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i .... . v PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1957
CZ Police Form New Union,
AfWate With AFGE Herex
aim.t 4h "entire Canal Zone Police force hat Joined new
,.Ata!L. f the American Federation of Government. Em Em-police
police Em-police enapUroT the. "n rM yesterday in CtirtobaL
p,0,TheWSre5id S tS ne"ly-formed Canaf zonr Police Lodf
nW tome.". Hatcher who a..P' a..P'-.
. a..P'-. th ranal Zone Police Associatwnito head the
f0' SeaSod'aVtnat isi men out of the total-police com com-ponent
ponent com-ponent of 176 Joined the new lodje., 7
' Meanwhile, Rufus Lovelady, pre pre-.
. pre-. iWent of AFGE ; Lodge M today
congratulated the police chapter
and Stated he wai tremely
pleased" that they have joined the
inion. He said this is the fifth
chapter of AFGE( on the Canal
ZMembers of Lodge W98 met at
Cristobal last night for their first
'regular meeting since 1
' their charter, from the ArWr,
TU" long been1 felt by many
of the local men that the Canal
Zone police should affiliate them themselves
selves themselves with other government law-
(...h.tit a0pncif. such as vne
FBI, special pohce in the District
of Columbia, correcuvui
throughout the Bureau of -Prisons
s and the border patrol-.
These organizations have been
J -tr.r.. Jifh AFIM5 1 f or. many
years. Since the local police unit
is tacea wim u.u w,
problems, Hatcher contends, mu mu-itual
itual mu-itual benefits can he derived by
1 belonging to this uuion. -1
Hatcher explained at the meeting
that the Canal Zone Police Asso
ciation, now headed py rom 01.
ii,n Wnttlpr as its new president,
;- ..11 AAntimiA .fla S rt imrlortant or-
i ganizatioii for the members of the
t Police Department-
As in the past tt win xoniume
to fill the needs set forth in -its
constitution, to advanc.fr we mumy
Will Be Honored i
r jr. toifl watch this yer' In-
, ,;, dependence Day pai'a6on 1 Wv. 3
'ijfrom a reviewing stand to he fculld
J lnN JtistotArosemena Ave.it was
V announced today in a communique
from the Panama Iiformation Of-
flC6 1 ' -'
At the ame time.' it was re re-vealed
vealed re-vealed that the Panama LiongrClub
which has been commissioned to
organize the parade, has decided
that it Will begin on Via Espana
fc opposite Hotel El Panaiha and con con-tinue
tinue con-tinue along Justo Arosemena A A-.
. A-. a tribute to the found-
1 fing father after whom the avenue
if is named.
f i ) After passing the reviewing stand
r IJl rAsident de la Guardia will
see the paraae "" "'r
bers of his vapinei, vne uih,...-".
. ) 0nvmment otiiciais,
the parade will continue towards
Fifth of JlayPlazi. along C e n-
tral Avenue oown xo iiucvy
-di... nk,r, thm narade will
break iip- and disperse along both
"A" and !'-"B" Avenues. -As
the did last year, a number
Will oarticintae in the
"dynamic Independence Day pa-
The National Brewery, Clay Pro
j.,t. iTiin-T v T.117. Martinz
,hirh will disolav construction and
woodworking, equipment-and se several
veral several otheri- have signifies their
hifention to nresent floats and
nutributors of marine equipment
will disolay boats and other para paraphernalia
phernalia paraphernalia jointly with the Panama
v.t,t .nd FishiTiff Club Farm and
road-boulding machinery also will
be displayed. in addition to to-plays
plays to-plays planned by the Institute For
Economic ueveiopmem vun;. j
US Ponulation ;f
Now 171.9 Million
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Census Bureau today esti estimated
mated estimated the U. S. population on
Sent. 1 at 171,790,000.
This was an increase of 20,657, 20,657,-'000".
'000". 20,657,-'000". orlS per cent, since -the
'last actual census in 1950. It rep--iresented
an increase of 3,053,000
since Sept, 1, 1956.
Air Force Puts
i ; "" .... '
On Howard AFB
: 1 '. t ....
h Headquarters at Albroek-A i r
I Fare .BM anoounc today
that a weight, limitation hat boon
; placed n a ire r alt landing at
' Howard Air Fore Baio. :
I Somo of th Howard runway's
1 concroto alabt hr aottlod caua caua-ling
ling caua-ling cracks duo to th oxcostivo
i moitturo hi the subsoil and ro
quire timHation of 7t,000
poands for twin wtiootl aircr',
TomporarWy, aircraft ever this
w:ht limit wl land at Albrook
AFB until repairs aro comalot
; od en tHt Heward ruaway. It is
antioipatod th'a will bo .dene
during tHo coming 'Iry aaason.
ana material t,tiuuji oi u
jueoiuei. wuii tmiiuue 10 yo
viutf au auuuujr, :io ueam "U
vasaoiuiy ucuciiv ifuu, 10 tiiu ami
assttii. us wuiuiy- 4nu uttuy uicm-
lUeU'' WMMWS f UipUdU.
lUULuuui Ox ui ryunj UJuie, a,
(bii xioo, s iianuuiiK au mauiirs
pei'iaw"' iu woi 1UB4 vunutiions,
ifti's tft'liauuii 10 wi uiu4i 1111-
Liuvciae"i ui uie vuai une j-uitc.
. 1 it is Xkscteu tnat,taw ouui ouui-aoa
aoa ouui-aoa wui nave cose uarmonious
coopeiauon wuh uai' '&oue um
cia me uaiiQiiuj 01 local a
liajis, anu wnu ui,e aiu 01 lis
iiaiio.iai oixite, woiw cirecuy wun
tae congiesg of ine Uiiiieu otaivs
on mauers at me wasnington le
me liist meeting wiiu oa record
as Deueviug in uie principle 01 a
uniteu euotc in uie impiyvement
ao aa couuuions Detwetu an em
..nvK. il tnereiofe instructed its
oliicers to prepare and suDmit lis
application ior attiliatwn wiuv tne
Canal Zone Central Labor Union
and Metal Trades council at their
Oct. 20, meeting.,
Soldier Comes Back
To Zone To Adopl
Wile's LilllcT: Boy :v
I& orderrto complete the adop
tion of his wife's -little boys'' aU.
S.Tsoldier yesterday said the'Arrfly
had sent him baok down Jherg SP0
ifically for th case-w 'Wsz
-He appeared n U. -S. Distriof
Court t Crjstebal yesterday "to
tsonTDiete tn aaoonon 01 a tnree-
yearld hoy who is his wife's son
nf alv nfaifiine fYl ftrf! 9 DA I .V
The .aurlvAaired youngster who
aTso"solemny lifted -his right hand
when the couple was being sworn
in, clutched his new daddy's hand
and. smiled as they were granted
the adoption and marched out. of
court. The motner is native ox ra ranama.
Half a dozen adoption cases were
A middle-aeed American couple
wanted to adopt their nephew. The
father had conseted to the adop
tion, so they were given the rrght
to call the child their own.
As the Judge said the happy
phrase, three faces beamed at him
and mumbled their, ."thank yous."
' Several persons, also appeared
in court to correct their marriage
Los Rios Housewife
Fined $125 In RP
For Drunken Driving
''- An 18-year-old Los Rios house housewife
wife housewife has been fined a total of
$125 by Panama Traffic Judge
Sebastian Rios aa the aftermath
of an incident involving drunk drunk-drivinS
drivinS drunk-drivinS 'and disorderly conduct
early Sunday morning.
Police said Mrs., Colleen F.
Reichell ran into a lamp post while
driving along Francisco de la O-
ssa Avenue (Automobile row) and
attempted to flee when appproach appproach-ed
ed appproach-ed by the National Guardsman on
duty in the area.
Bare footed and "half naked,
she was caught after a short chase
by-the :ppliee officer.
- Before being- pooKea sne was
examined by doctors at Santo To Torn
rn Torn as HosDital and lound to be
"in a state of intoxication, uncoo
parative and unabie to coordinate
the .movements Of her umDS ana
In addition, police said she was
truculent and abusive.
vr. Oinkall m 4inA t1HO An
the drunk-driving charge and $25
for disorderly, conduct.
Radio Call) Brjngs Help To Propeller-Less Judy';
But PC Tow Job Costs Cris tobal Shipping Man $24
The owner of a 5 ft. speedboat
which had engine trouble i the
Cristobal breakwater yesterday af af-ternoon
ternoon af-ternoon was all "shook up" to today,
day, today, not so much by the fact that
he was towed to shore, but by
other circumstances which deve developed
loped developed later. .'
Young Don Francey of Tenton
and Co. in Cristobal aet out with
two friends, Doug Madura and Paul
Cain, in bis speebow Judy at about
5:30 p.m. from the Club Nautico Nautico-Caribe.
uiilla Viin at.ffi hrakws'r
they, hit a piece of driitwood tiTat
knocked the prepc-'er off the en
Herrick of RP
Dies In Gorgas
, William Herrick, an American
farmer 'resident of Cniriqui and
Panama City, died at Gorgas
Hospital this morning.
He had been a patient there for
the past three Weeks since the
American Legion's Post No. 1
found iiim' suffering from malnu malnutrition
trition malnutrition sand other rllnesses. He was
also" Gorgas patient earlier this
, ine S4-year-oa man uau uau
hout 18 vears of military service,
and has lived in Panama for about
20 years, H6 was eropioyea oy me
Army as a civilian netore ne was
"riffedi" and decided to buy his
own farm in Chiriaui.
Prior to that he worked tor tnree
years tor tne ranama canai-uni'
pany irom i45 to i as a ieau
ineman laborer, r:. i
A Legion spokesman said today
that thev were making funeral ar
rangements for the American. A
William Herrick Fund had been
set up by them to help repatriate
the stricken farmer to the States
afteif hospital treatment was
completed. He had reportedly been
mrfferine from Bolio. in. addition
to -other illnesses, during the past
year or two.
' He is survived by a wife, a Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, who now lives in Pana Panama
ma Panama City.
Buddy Is Nabbed
Colon Pine Thief
iTwo unemployed Colonites In Involved
volved Involved In stealing two pieces of
9rtJnph snare nine suoneside a
water jtnaln at the back entrance
hr Pt. oullck. were each tried
yeerday, but -In different
;. JiiHoir. fiasttfrieda. 33. had
h await, ln trial in U5. Dls
fit! 4aWeny etUtrreTT esterdaV
llstrict cnurtfejuai?e urow
rnSniThim irWiltv and eave him
a oiie-year sentence suspended
for three years conditioned on
his good behavior.
.jRemarked the Assistant Dis District
trict District Attorney Morton Thomson.
"We have hoDes of picking up
the other rrmn involved."
Shortlv 'afterwards, Castane Castane-da's
da's Castane-da's alleged oartner-in-crime
was apprehended nd chareed
in the Cristobal Magistrate's
He is Carlos Valverde. 39-year-old
Panamanian who was bound
over for trial in District Court
for stealing the pipe. Bail of
$250 was set in the case.
' Th .hft occurred last Jan
uary 28. It was brought out in
District Court that the Panama
Canal had moved the two pipes
to the area as replacements for
the water main. This had to be
done during the dry season since
it is impossible for vehicles to
eet Into the area during heavy
ra'.ns. The replacements were
left lying-there, and were suDse suDse-quently
quently suDse-quently stolen.
The niDe was later sold In a
scrap yard in Colon for $29, "po "police
lice "police stated. It was worth $400.
Actine Gov. Hugh M. Arnold re
turned to the Canal Zone early
yesterday morning irom a brief
official Dusiness inp 10 wasning wasning-ton,
ton, wasning-ton, D."-C.
He attended budget hearing
Monday when Gov. W. E. Potter
made his annual appearance before
the Bureau of the Budget on the
Panama Canal's budget program
for the coming fiscal year.
Several other Canl officials who
attended the hearing are to return
later. Col. C. O. Bruce. Health Di
rector, is expected to return to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, while Philip L. Steers Jr.,
comptroller, and U B. Magnuson,
chief of the budgot branch, are
expected tc return at the end of
ne. When the engine stopped, the
trio climbed back ilita the boat
but discovered they bad no oars,
so they hailed a Panama Canal
launch. It was getting dark, so
they bad to shout and to light mat matches
ches matches to attract the launch.:
When the launch finally pulled
alongside tha distressed boat, the
stranded trio learned that they
would hava to contact Phil Whit Whitney,
ney, Whitney, marine traffic comptroller,
for permission to have their boat
towed in. Using the hunch radio,
thev called, and learned that a
work launch would be sent for
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PRIZE VVftl Patsy Black
.theorize ta be given attffte
'w.,.rhi.h iirtir h held at tha AmericaaVLeKion Club n Frl-
d;!A partly housebrokeitf-U
v T, r i t uA -r' for separat
; .'is. .t ; .. 0ms
Mankind Can't Escape Path
By ROBERT MUSEL
Once again mankind, as the poat
said, is standing with reluctant
feet where the brook and river,
On the "one side there is .the
placid stream that represents the
world we know, the world we
have learned to live with in spite
nt it alarms and uncertainties On
the other is the" turbulent torrent
of progress leading to the strange
and perhaps frightening vista-
which began to become apparent
last week at the international Con?
gress of Astronautics here. .-ty.
It is no use lamenting th age
of aviation which was beginning
to fit like a comfortable old shoe.
It will be with us for quite
while anyway. But in the wings,
impatient for, the center of: the
stage, is the age of space. x
Nothine can stop it. This was
inevitable when Russian scientists
pulled a lever that sent a mignty
monster towards. the heaven .ten
days ago. j.
In six minutes its beeping sate sate-ellite
ellite sate-ellite had reached an orbit. The
world could never be the same
DREAMERS OF SPACll
All last week I wandered, note notebook
book notebook oDen. among some 300 : as
tronauts. These were the men we
viewed induleentlv -even though
they included high military of officers
ficers officers and scientists as the
dreamers of space fiction.
Suddenly the dreams were pos
sible. And suddenly many of them
were of strategic importance
' A scientist explaining a futur futuristic
istic futuristic project for transporting
troops in rockets using "inertial
navigation" to the enemy couid
not track their coming excused
himself to take a trans atlantic
While worried wives waited
the Colon Beach, the Judy
towed into the Cristobal -.Yacht
"It wasn't as much a shock get getting
ting getting stuck, there, as it was to
find out we had to pay the Canal
$24 for the tow, "Ftancey remark remarked
ed remarked today. ;
When aAed whether this would
deter him from coins out again,
the sun-burned sjupper shrugged
and smued: 1
"Nope. I m all et witfi a new
propeller, and I'll be out -again to
holds "Lonesome -Lulut one
.Amencan, egigu irw
s He returned with; his lips sealed.
'Mankind has. another chance in
the age of spacanot to underes underestimate
timate underestimate itself. v
It is a notorious fact that pre predictions
dictions predictions always run behind actual
events. British delegate Val Cleav
er said he had made a study of
how wrong we weje about avia aviation,
tion, aviation, 5--'.v-''
Octave Chanutethe famoii en engineer
gineer engineer and contemporary of t h e
Wright Brothers,' J wore airplanes
could have no V other use than
sport. Lord Kelvin refused' to join
the Royal Aer. Club in the
1890's because! he refused to be
lieve heavier than -,a-h craft
could eVer amoung
Only 27 years ago flying pioneer
Sir Denistoun Burney decided we
would have to leave commercial
long distance aviation to dir
Andrew Haley new president of
the astronautical 'federation: point
ed out that in 1938 When uranium uranium-235
235 uranium-235 was discovered; -scientists esti estimated
mated estimated it would be the year ,2,000
before we had atomic energyl The
A-bomb was dropped" in 1945.
So it is bound to be, with the
age of space. Astronauts', who
kn6w this, cushion their predic predictions
tions predictions cautiously i." with ', warning
that scientific progress tends to
accelerate onct there' has been a
k rsident Rainbow City has
been required, to vacate Panama
Canal quarters' as a result of vio
lation of eommissary purcnase
privileges, according td an an announcement
nouncement announcement at Balboa eights..
The case reported this week in involved
volved involved a former employe who was
living with his .brother in Rainbow
City. The report stated that he was
arrested while making excessive
Durehases of certain hems in the
Rainbow wiy commissary
He was using uie iceuuiicauon
privilege card issued to his brother
In violation mreguiainms.
Anybody lose a rowboat?
Tha Canal Zone Police In Cris
tobal today said they were holding
a rowboat at the rtatioa waiting
ttw the owner to claim same.
It was found drfane ia the
Cristobal harbor on On. 7. It can
be sees at Crutcb.l station
THE EXISTENCE of landlords
in the city's shanty towns was
disclosed yesterday when a
Mnn nf residents complained
to the Rent Board regarding
"inhuman" practices by some 01
One landlord was accused 01
removing the roofs from shan
ties in reprisal when tenants
fall into arrears, otners report
edly dismantle wnoie iean-tos
and shanties when tenants are
behind in their paymetns.
Convicted ex-President Jose
Ramon' Guizado will probably
be called to testify at the trial
of alleged triggerman Ruben
n Mirn and six others.
Special Prosecutor Romulo, E.
Escobar has requested that Gui Guizado,
zado, Guizado, attorney Jose Isaac Fabre Fabre-ga
ga Fabre-ga and Prof.,'Catalino Arrocha
Graell becalled to testify dur during
ing during the trial, which is scheduled
to begin ionaay i
The system of nananne
in Panama has gone unchanged
since 1915, according' to me an
mini rpnnrt submitted to the Nav
tional Assembly by Minister of
Government and Justice Max
Heurtematte lso revealed, a-
mog other things, that trw pan
ama Post uinee ww?
rViSnajrel nost t)fl
The man accused of misapr
propriating the manuscript pre prepared
pared prepared by former Argentine
dictator Juan D. Peron for the
publication of a book has been
tried in absentia and sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to fine and confinement...
Fiorencio Avila Sanchez,- a
Mexican who disappeared after
Peron allegedly gave-.nim tne
mnnnsprint to arranse for its
publication, was sentenced to
$20 fine and costs and 30 days
in 1 all. :
Sentence was nanaea -qown ay
Colon Municipal Judge Carlos
Hormechea S. Tlje manuscript
was valued at $50.
Snanlsh classes for foreigners
began yesterday ait the Panama.
University, and 'will Continue
until Nov. 29. Classes,will be held
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Fridays and are divided into
mrfiiti nl oHuonpri i Tfnioll-
ment will remain" open ,ior sev-
eral days more. ; i r
the rorrSLE of the damaged freighter Hawaiian Tourist was one" of three llace4 where
nnDolelaaen shin wis Wt last Thursday when she collided with a big passenger ihig
Pff.Poff San PabS Slch. She almost Znt at Cristobal-. Pier 10 over to, weekend
wnahV.Urted taking on water In the engine room. The we JJ
of her port de was torn away In the crash exposing most otW.l Se?.SS-'
tho sooo tone of canned pineapples were stor edl RepsOrt to the freighter today were prc-r-rs
weTand sVP's seent. Norton and liUy said ha expected her to saU on Saturday
th3e7th iKew'z'a'a'nl-bound passeigtr.W EaiUn with 413 passenstr, aboax.
aalled today at a a n. rj;,'
She ll E
Capt. John Smith,
Land at Jamestown
JAMESTOWN, Va., Oct. 16 (UP) Queen Elizabeth
II today arrives In historical Virginia to make her first
visit to tne umrea jiuic ihvc
A dazzling reception awaited the young Queen scar
ely a dozen miles from where Lord Cornwallis heralded
the freedom of this country by surrendering his trapped.
The Queen and Prince
rive by Royal Canadian Air torce pmnt raier idh
noorr at Patrick Henry airport, not far from vhere i their
nation planted the first English-speaking colonies rn tht
New World 350 years ago at Jamestown and Williams Williamsburg.
burg. Williamsburg. :
Thbusnads of persons were wait waiting
ing waiting to greet the Royal couple, who
will .pel the rest of the day
touring tntf tradition steeped jre.
Autumn lay scarlet and gold
across this eom.r of land I rich
in mamorio of courage and pri privation,
vation, privation, of the flowering
thriving eohy and fmaly W
rosontmont ad robollion against
Here an swampy
ml !-;.-.- it
Carefully restored and reconstruct reconstructed,
ed, reconstructed, Virginia's capital grew to a
center ot colonial elegance irom
1699 until 1780 when. natation
was aflame with leyolti
The 600 troops lining the route
of the Queen's carriago ride
down WillUmsburg'a main street
today will re-enaet the Battle of
Yorktown Friday and Saturday.
Even the airport fhat was the
landing site for the Queen's Royal
Canadian Air Force.', p'ane was
named for Patrick Henry, the fie fiery
ry fiery Virginia patriot, J '
As 'Wanted' Man
Mrs. David C. Mead of Balhoa
got him dead or alive. At 5 p.m.
yesterday. About sixth in the line
of callers, she phoned, Balboa 1447,
and correctly identified, the "Want
ed" man on yesterdays iront
page as Judge E.I.P. Tatelman,
the Cristobal magistrate.
Mrs. Mead's reward; 10 tickets
to the American Legion's Festival
of Fun -on Friday and Saturday.
Among those who- missed out on
the tree ticKets: me caner wno
dentified him as Gov. W. E. Pot
.vAAun u-f tBaaamalamOj'NIW'NOw
Philip were scneauiea ip ir-
CZ Police Trying
To Track Down
m a! 7nno
trying to .tracK; down a thief js-hrf
has beil!.puteringioinea Mvfe
Hnr m ttie'Gavuan area. '-Fni
Within tbjtet week half
en theftsin alboa hav beep ra-r
ported. Several autosr parked him ?
der houses avernight also navt; t
been pilfered, police sard. v
Although one Suspect was picfc y
ed up, police said he was releaf-
ed because no one ciaimea a m
pair of dungarees which the sus suspect
pect suspect had in his possesion. i
Polico said rhay aro still try
ing to locate the wnor of tr
bluo loans which appear ba ba-long
long ba-long to a boy about alio 12 or
14. Insido tho packet lining, thoy
say, appear tho names of Chubby
and Patricia. If tha parson ow owing
ing owing tho loans comes fortlvfha:
auspact can bo roarrostod.
A bundle of dirty laundry ran -cently
set outside the bachelor i
quarters on Balboa Road, to he
picked up by the laundry, appar apparently
ently apparently has been taken by a thief.
The owner is still trying to find
some trace of it.
Radio Theft V
For stealing a friend's radio,
an overnight lodger yesterday waa
sentenced to spend 30 days m tho
Efrain Vivian Jr. was permitted
to sleep over in his friend's homo
at 6175-B in Rainbow City, but in
the morning, Vivian was gone, and
so was a $15 radio.,
Crstobal Magistrate Judge E. X.
P. Tatelman found him guilty of
petit larceny and imposed the Jaij
Vivian has a previous record for
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REGULAR ARMY ATTACKS
'-, nr. nf trauh i short Timer (Mall Box, Sept. 26)?
Only a stupid and Ignorant Commie would sound off as he
floes. He is a disgrace to the American people, and to the uni uni-'
' uni-' lorm he wears. He Is a disgrace to human society In general.
He Is the kind that we Americans don't want either as
Army or as a civilian, ir ne
wJuld finish his tour of duty,
, Join the turncoats.
V Am AffixAra enri
" irorld. We Americans are proud to serve our country at all
times, without shooting off our mourns as snon, inner u,
v If he were man enough he would back up his charges witn
itmnf InatMr! of wrltlne a lot
dm Vila nam fn Vilft lft.t.prS.
Our wives and children are
Timer's advice, nor for any details on wnai ne wunas sdou.
them or their future. They are proud to be Americans, the
.wives and children of Americans, and not of a turncoat. If he
were the son of a military family he could call himself a man
instead of Short Timer and what he is today.
I have three sons in the Army and take my hat off to
' ithem because they are Regular Army, not alley rats. We Amer Americans,
icans, Americans, either In the Army or In civilian life, don't ask Short
Timer for any advice, and we aont care w nave ms m"u
round. Let him go back and tell the others like him what a
" liero he has been, and show them his Good Conduct Medal.
An Old RA
Seems that the Proud Parent (Mail Box, Sept. 17) who is
tdlsgusted with Teenagers' attiure is just a chronic, ailing anti anti-Teener;
Teener; anti-Teener; She even snoops In the Balboa theater, dark as it is,
-vi spo t.hrw Txmftzers ffoins into the ladies, or snoopers' room.
tTbera she sees these young
' rWhat fan exciting way for her to spend an evening, uia iney
- cwastf their hands also? I'm looking forward to hearing In her
Dont blame the Teenagers for their attire. They have
'enough, trouble with parents, both the snoopy and the un un-noopy
noopy un-noopy kind.
, t Proud Parent should have a flash camera to get photo photo-'iraphic
'iraphic photo-'iraphic proof of such events as the fantastic James Dean
episode she 'understands" happened. She also says she can't
get Into the piablo clubhouse after 10 o'clock without falling
jorer a horde of Teeners. Whatever she drinks, smokes or sniffs
. to jnake her fall over Teeners must be good stuff.
Let the' Teeners wear their levis and tights. It's a fad, -and
tnot as bad a one as the snuff dipping of a few years back. I
Jfo out a lot, In the .evening and do, not find things so terrible
mpd dastardly m Fraud Parent describes.
"'T- for XT eeners
Where was Mrs. Elizabeth
tolerance and reason were passed out? From' her latest Mall
Box letter it would seem to me that her gripes are not against
-levis and shirts, but against Teenagers in general.
' I am sure there are women here on the Zone who do not
.measure u to Mrs. ZJlch's moral standards. Shall I put her
in- their class simply because they are all adults? Shall I class
her with the people she says stay out till three In the morning
simply because she and they are parents? Tms is exactly
What she Is doing to our Teenagers.
' I don't know where or how she gets her information. Some
Jof It I know for a fact, to be exaggerated. As for the rest of
'It, she Is either 'repeating gossip or she is a busy woman who
'spends most of her time, night
X More nower to Not Too Old
Sept. 20). I remember a very dirty pair of saddle ovfords and
!a very sloppy size 44 sweater. What c&n Mrs. Zilch remember?
' : As for the Teenagers, I like 'em. levls and all. Could It be
'that Mrs. Zilch Is a little envious that she cannot be one of
Mother of Three Levi Kids
Short Tim rr ought to be
write the things he does. His mother and father are to be pitied
xor navlng such a o-sgracciul
I'm proud to say my husband has fought for his country,
and I thank God 10r a son who is serving his four years with
the Navy with no smart remarks about the men who are over
him He has respect fot onyone who Is teaching him how to
uciena nis wuitt.
t Short Timer Is a disgrace
ought to be put lr. a nut house
THI! IIERRICK CASE
M? aooloaifi te 'William Herrlck for the few thouuhtleiw in
' dividual who use: his plight for cheap publicity. Most readers
- re familiar with the old trick posed pictures, half truths, and
utte disregard foi the victim's feelings.
,.It now appears that Herrick's plight, which was foisted on
' me public as a new clKcovery,
! ynx was done durlm all that
, ans? At these meetings, when
anyone "sick or In distress," did any one of his veteran friends
; aubseouently call on him and offer help? j Or did they merely
past the buck? Certainly there are so manv veterans In the
' Zone that the individual cost
i too mucn. r
I As a result of the publicity a few others would now have
Ins believe that Herrlck would condone their suggestion that
those who m the'r charity helped him should wtlhhold their con con-,
, con-, tnbntions from ctfce recogr,i2d agencies and organizations.
- That's a new twist to charity. I cannot accept the lmpllca lmpllca-J
J lmpllca-J Hon that Herrlck wouJu approve depriving others just to be help-
d himself. My apologies to him for those who weuld have us
f think so.
LIKE IT OR
. I would like tc add mv two cents worth to self conscious
' BHSer't rem arcs (Mali Box, Sept. 28) concerning Balboa Junior
J High and the iover grades of Balboa High School I (a so-called
suffering Teenager) don't think him a traitor, but I do think
, lie tray be a little weird.
Eld he ever stop to think that these "dear children," as be
I esils them, spend 75 per cent of their active hours under the ln-
13uer.ee of "self conscious" upper
; mat miuim example we leiiow?
t r He doesnt like to sec girls wearing levls. He doesn't like
J to tee people nnoke. He can't stand profane language. He be-
hevea these things are miring our parents' names. Though I do
not necessarily approve of the actions of all people, It appears
much more sensible to me to spend mv urns njoyinc my school
t days end preparing myself for things to come, rather than b-
Ins continually ill trom the actions of others,-
; Ciaee sli the faults which he says make him HI are com
. on m an waiu n uie and In
; xirm belief and honest opinion
r.u days retTntftattng.
a 170 w .w
bo Impatlont it It doesn't opeea- tha
were any sun vi b um
then get out of the country ana
wins we have the best In tne
01 veilOW lies, ne wuuiq oiou
not asking for any of Short
lassies turn their shirts around.-
Zilch (Mail Box. Oct 8) when
and day. checking up on people.
To Remember When (Mail Box.
pitied. No sane American would
to the people of America, and
or sent to a Communist country.
A Proud Mother and Wife
had been known for two years
time by Herrick's fellow veter-
the question was asked about
to them would not have been
classmen such as himself? Or
ail parts of the country, it is my
that he will spend the rest uf
By VICTOR RIESEL
Secrets of our man-moon pro.
ject were stolen from our gov government
ernment government from our government
agencies, and supposedly close closely
ly closely guarded plants, by Soviet
spy ring exactly 10 yaara ago.
The ring picked us so clean that
it was able, in its transmissions
to Russia, to describe the project projected
ed projected American satellite a decade
ago. We have the word of one of
that Red ring that his chief des described
cribed described it to him in this fashion:
"He (the rjng chief or chief liai liaison)
son) liaison) said that it was some large
vessel which would be suspended
at a point of no gravity between
the moon and the earth and as a
satellite it would spin around the
This was told to David Green Green-glass,
glass, Green-glass, now serving 15 years for
espionage, by Julius Rosenberg
executeu in Sing Sing for stealing
our atomic secrets and sending
them on to the Soviets. Young
Greenelass has cooperated lully
with the government and is still
imprisoned, though eligible for pa
role alter 7 years in Lewisburg Ft
Rosenberg to'd this to Green
glass in two conversations. The
first came late in 1947. Rosenberg
ana ureengiass were strolling a
long the streets of downtown New
York in the neighborhood known
as Knickerbocker VjlUge. The
talk turned to scientific develop-
ments. Rosenberg was cocky. He
spoke of the Russians' efforts in
the held of astronautical and as
trodynamic war that is after he
had talked of passing on secrets
of our atomic submarines.
To most of us this was still
science fiction stuff which even
that future TV here, Captain Vi
deo, was still to discover. There
was another conversation later.
Croenglast reportjd all this ta
the FBI eventually and repeated
it publicly when the government
triad him as an accomplice of
the atomic couple. It was Roy
Conn, than an assistant U.S. At Attorney
torney Attorney in Naw York's Southern
District, who questioned Green-
glass in court:
Cohn: "Did Rosenberg mention
to you any government project con
cerning which he had obtained in
formation from any of his con
Greenelass: "Well, once in the
presence of my brother, he men
tioned a sky p'atform project ..."
Cohn: "Did you have any con
versations with him later. I asked
him in privacy."
Question: "Can you tell us about
when tms conversation occurred,
the period of years; or months,
however you can do it?"
Answer: "I would say this was
'47. late 47. He told me ne nad
sotten. this information about the
aky platform projects Did he des
cribe it to you at all?"
Answer: "Yes, he did. He des
cribed it in front of my brother,
If was then that Rosenberg
described the American satellite
to which "sputnik" bears
such similarity. Creenglats'
brother corroborated this in talks
with the FBI.
There Is no doubt In our intel intelligence
ligence intelligence circles that this know knowledge
ledge knowledge helped speed the project
of the much vaunted Russian
By how much time? Well, there
is an analogy in the other end of
Rosenberg's spy businss the
stealing of our atomic secrets.
Our Atomic Energy Commission
security people estimate that the
data which Rosenberg and some
of his international espionage col colleagues
leagues colleagues delivered to Russia sav saved
ed saved them at least 18 months of ex experimentation.
perimentation. experimentation. True, the Rosenberg ring was
cracked In 1960. And a lot of us
were accused of whipping up cloak-and-dagger
tales when we talked
oi new spy rings. Then along came
Boris Morros with word of others
spira'ing around Washington. And
we discover a Russian eolonel o o-perating
perating o-perating an intelligence apparat in
Each time we come up with
one we find we've slipped just a
little behind. The Pentagon has
just asked for new and tough laws
to seal up tne leaks from our scien scien-take.n!)
take.n!) scien-take.n!) this seriously, we might
as well bill the Russians for our
services. They're getting the be
Drom Shop Act
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UP)
The Supreme Court refused today
to interfere with a Connecticut
law which allows a person injured
by a drunk to sue the man who
sol the drink.
The high court said that a ease
challenging the statute, known as
Connecticut's Dram Shop Act, did
not present "a substantial federal
The case was brought to the
high court by Pasquale Albanese,
Newtowa, Conn. He sold some
beer on Sept. 28, 1952, to Floyd
F. Gilleo and his nephew, Floyd
H. Gillee. Later the Gilleos' car
collided witfi the rear ef an auto automobile
mobile automobile in which Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon D. Pieree were riding.
The gilleos and tht Pierces sued
each other for damages.
The Pierces also sued Albanese
under the Dram Shop Act.
A Jury Canceled out the law.
suits by the car owners, but
awarded the Pierces $35,000 in
their suit against Albanese. j
Walter Winchell In
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Orson Welles' daughter Christo-
oher weds architect Morman ie-
Haan after New Year's in Chica
go ... Judy Holliday s new escort
is a handsome scientist ..Amoas-
sador Lodge's daughter Lily has a
new beaumance. He u actor itory
Harritv ... Dorothy Arnold :the ex-
Mrs. J. DiMaggio) gets her or-
.... i n a : 1 1
enias om Damster reiei miuei
Jack Lemmon give that new
snarlder to Sharman Douglas? ...
They say Howard Johnson, Jr. of
that propserous chain) may sur
prise one ana au Dy merging wnn
Mrs. Reginald White, aocUjte of
Providence:-R.I. Billy Daniels and
his mate are reported asunaer a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. She' j-eturned to ki in Cans.
dt.iau4Turner newest lotha lotha-fid
fid lotha-fid h Gerald Thompson who wmg'd
to London to be closer" ... Jayne
. Morgan shelved ner romance.
20th Century-Fox convinced us
that British news photogs used a
trick lens to get that exaggerated
rear-view of Jayne Mansfield ...
She's a perfect 36 .:. Mambo star
Teddv Rodriguez is ill at the Hos
pital for Joint Diseases ...Rober-
ta Mcuonaia, ine larn. ana oieve
Herzfeld have had it She winged
back to Dallas... Wendy Vander Vander-bilt,
bilt, Vander-bilt, the season's ton deb, and Geo.
Hamilton coo in th Cbxrdas corn corners...
ers... corners... Patrieia McClintock is get getting
ting getting an Arkansas decree from an
Oklahoma oilionaire. Horace Sch Sch-mrdlapp
mrdlapp Sch-mrdlapp appears to be ber new in interest.
terest. interest. Colonel George Hartman of
th Air Force' and his wife (Elaine
Shepard) are experimenting apart.
She moved from wasnmgion iot a
teevee career... It's a girl lor the
Robert Olsons of San Antonio, lex lex-as.
as. lex-as. Mom is former New York
model Jackie Copeland.
The Ben Gages (Esther Wil
liams) debunked untrpmors by
dueting at Bal Taharin... Ginger
Rogers' escort at me same Done
was Dan Topping, 'the Yankees'
boss... "Miss Houston" (Gayiynn
Baker) and Dick Brown, textile ty tycoon,
coon, tycoon, do their uh-huhneying at the
Embers ... Add Tin Pan Alley
feuds: Fats Domino and "Little
Richard." both rocknroll idols ...
Jane Morgan her "Fascination"
is high on the Hit Parade) finds
her pianist fascinating ...Paul Carr
(star of "Jamboree," W a r a e r's
new musical) took actress Joan Joanne
ne Joanne Murphy down U New Orleans
to meet the folks ... The Swan
Club at Glenwood Landing, L.I.
has a millionaire conducting tne
orchestra. James Culier landlord
of all those super makrets ...Italian
income taxers have sour news for
Sophia Loren. They want their
share of her J975.00O tase.
rom noser Richard Rodger s'
daughter Mary and Stephen Sond Sond-heim
heim Sond-heim lyricist for "West Side Sto Story")
ry") Story") are an after-curtain duet ...
Devra Korwin, femme lead at
Damn Yankees," is steady dat-
ipg Wall Streeter Jason aeuer,
whose limousine waits nightly at
the stage door... Cole Porter gets
175.000 to compose fi songs for a
Yule teevee spectacular ...Nanette
Kutner of American Weekly is OU
leave to prepare an original dra
ma for "Telephone Tme ... some
of their friends suspect Susan
Harrison, leading lady of "The
Cave Dwellers," and her manag
er Joel Colin are secretly stitcned
... The future of Broadway's late late-life
life late-life will be decided by Jan. 1st If
cooks sod waiters demand anoth
er raise all late eateries may close
by I s.m.
Raging feud oo both sides of the
Atlantic: HeUe Bonnet (wife ef
the ex-French Amb?sador to the
U.S.) and fashion kins Christian
Dior ... That dsiiling blonde drama-
at Cavaaafh's with Chat. Hol
lerith. Jr. (Michigan printing heir
procucmg sway piayg; was eociai eociai-iU
iU eociai-iU Kathleen Merritt...Toby Deane,
actress, and Bob (in see you m
my) Weems, the talent agency ex exec,
ec, exec, eloped to Arlington, Va Lau
Our Three-Stage Rocket
ra Brock, teevee thespian, and
Martin Wilson, recording firm ex exec,
ec, exec, will ha united on the 20th...
Maxie Rosenbloom (punchier than
ever) lost his head over stripped
Dixie Evans, who bills her act
"The Marilyn Monroe of the Exo Exotics"
tics" Exotics" ... Author Grace Metalious
("Peyton Place") pays all expens expenses
es expenses of her entourage about a dozen
people) when she visits New York
... Jazzician. J. Castro calls "the
world's richest girl" Doris Duke)
The Mayfair Theater closing at
47th) and the blacking out of six
B'way spectaculars (including the
block long billboard from 45th to
48th) is hardly noticed, ...If a fem female
ale female hi Britain wins a paternity
Cttset the most the father has to
pay is 30 shillings a montBLena'
Home's new show "J a mil c a"
changed 'musical conductors in
Philly. The replacud batbneer has
a run-of-the-play contract. So he
will be paid just for shrugging ...
"The Bells Are Ringing" n o w
makes a weekly profit of $11,000.
The Iiit will pay off its $400,000 in investment
vestment investment this week. Then the bac backers
kers backers will get their dividends.. .2oth
Century -Fox producer director!
oeorge Sstevens has tested 45 girls'
to date to play "Anne in "Diary of
Anne Frank." He's looking for an
unknown brunette ("who looks
soulful") and must appear to be
The Duchess of Windsor's cou-
eln tjA..,J Vf i ti 1
nuwttiu iviuigHii, aim isoiores
Del Rio's niece Carmela are an
elopemental case ... Starlet Gia
Scala, former N.Y. hatchick, and
writer John. Butler are at tha eve-
ry-night date stage ... Mutual
network staffers are in a state of
constant jitters.- The new manage management
ment management has fired 30 percent of the
production personnol ...Ofor the
first time in Hollywood history
major siuaios were permitted by
unions) to hire Negro stage hands.
So great is the shortm?. .. Film.
land's Arthur Desser and HarnM
Garfield paid 12V4 million $ a few
monins ago for 3000 acres near
Miami Beach. They will build a
10,000 home suburb called Ceroid
City ... Scott Brady 'j new friend is
blonde IB-way atftresr Susan Ter
ry. &ne Has that windblown look
all over... The Collie Small, rha'.
the magwriter) have separated.
Shes a former Goidwyn gh-L
Gina Lollobrisida hart tsi rfoia
her return to films for at least an another
other another month. Still 20 lbs overweight
... Diana Dors ha hn nHi9
her recent culture from London
inaicn proiessor Hilton Adams.
Prob ly studying her figger...CBS'
Bill Leonard, who was bedded for
t JMT PAA Affiliate
months with a heart-wallop, is
reported at Belmont Park trying
to beat the Daily Double... 'then
there's Bobo Newcombfc, who had
his second serious auto accident
this year. Hadda be stitched at
Harlem Hosp. .. If the busybodies
have heen wondering which of Jill
Corey's swains gave ber that new
mink she used her own money
...Canada's teen-age singing idol
Bill Wardle and Janice Hall (Ca (Canadian
nadian (Canadian heiress) may elope despite
Latin Quarter goddess Charlotte
Winston and British cinema star
Neil Gardner are breathless ...Ce ...Cesar
sar ...Cesar Romero's entrance turned near
ly every neck at El Morocco. He
had only three of the ( town's top
models with him. Huntington Hart Hartford
ford Hartford heir to the Atlantic and Pa Pacific
cific Pacific grocery chain ) was in Lon London
don London where reporters called hfm:
"The owner of some American
grocery stores" ... Networks are
planning to "voluntarily" unload
Broadcast Music Inc. before the
Dept. of Justice orders them to do
so ... Fifty weekly half-hour teevee
shows are controlled by four adv.
agencies: J. Walter Thompson,
Young and Rubicam. B.B.D and
O and McCann Knckson ...Mar ...Margaret
garet ...Margaret Phillips, top-fl'ght leading
lady, and Lee Norcii.ess made
their hand-holding public at the
Bourbon ... Mimi Benzell does the
town wearing pale blue pajamas
under her mink coat .. The cast of
"Copper and Brass" (in Philly)
wonder who the sneak thief is a a-mong
mong a-mong them.
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WASHINGTON Andrei Grotny-
ko got his first introduction to
w asuingion as the csour, uncom uncommunicative
municative uncommunicative secretary .of the Soviet
Embassy on 16th Street.
He lived not far Irnnv tne wnue
House in the mansion once owned
by Mrs. Pullman of tht Pullman
Car company whose president was
Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abe
Lincoln. That residence, however,
was Gromyko's only connection
with American tradition.
John Foster Dulles first saw
Washington as a young adviser to
his uncle, Robert Lansing, secre secretary
tary secretary df state for Woodrow Wilson;
his. grandiatner, John ioster, was
secretary of state in ; Benjamin
Harrisons Cabinet; and Jonn ros roster
ter roster was steeped in American tra tradition.
dition. tradition. His great ambition was to
become secretary of state.
I do not know what Andrei Gro Gro-mvko's
mvko's Gro-mvko's ambition was, or whether
a Communist bureaucrat is sup
posed to have .'.am ration. u
But" I do know that Gromyko e-
ventually worked up the Commu Communist
nist Communist ladder until ho became am
bassador in that old fuiiman manr
sion on 16th Street and later
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Simultaneously, John Foster Dul Dul-ioc
ioc Dul-ioc had enme from one of the old
est most renowned law firms" on
Wall Street to become a speciaupi
in foreign affairs, then secretary
Both men officially were equal,
but unofficially Dulles was always
able to talk to Gromyko from a
position of prestige ana power
the prestige of his knekground and
the powi.- of having the n Domp,
the A-bomb, and'ithe gratest air
force in the world
Last wrtek? however, that sit situation
uation situation was, reversed. As these
two men sat down In Dulles
colonial mansion overlooking
Rock Creek, our Secretary of
State found himself talking to a
man whose ce"imrv h
ed the intreor.tmental ballistic
missKo, a new et transport, and
an earth satellite which e.ectrl e.ectrl-fied
fied e.ectrl-fied tha world.
twp pnuld have been no
worse time for Foster .Dulles to
have held this talk. Hut ne naa ro.
Fvont in various parts of the
world were slipping away
I do not know the specific de de-t.u,,
t.u,, de-t.u,, m what the two men talked
taut) w VI w
about, but I do know 1 that before
they began talking this was -what
faced John Foster Dulles. .TJiis
was why ht asked Gromyko to sit
down face to face. v j
1. The Turkish Ambassador had
w falline at the State Depart
ment repeatedly to warn that Tur
key was hot gomg w siauu ,'buu
while Russia built up a vast arms
race, in Syria io jho souths and
von? f Ttutfttan fleet three times
A ci7 of the U.S. 6th Fleet to
tho nnrth in the Black Sea.
9 Turkish Prime Minister Menr
deres hinted to the American Em
bassy in Ankara that Turicey migni
take thmes into us own nanus re regarding
garding regarding the big Russian arms
base in Syria unless President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower makes a bold mover to
halt Russian jexpansion m the Near
3 The Lebanese Government has
informed the State, Department in
blunt and vigorous language that
the Russian timetable is scheduled
to take over all the Near East
within one year.
4. The Israeli Government has
told the State Department that
there will be little use having a
NATO army protecting western
Europe from Russia, if Russia
takes over the Near East and can
cut off oil to supply the NATO ar army,
my, army, plus oil to supply the facto factories
ries factories of Europe.
WAR BARELY AVERTED
These ambassadors and prime
ministers were not kidding. ;
When the Prime Minister of Tur Turkey
key Turkey talked about moving in on Sy Syria,
ria, Syria, the State Department knew
he meant it
For, one month ago, Turkey al almost
most almost marched on the Syrian city
of Aleppo. And the American pub public
lic public never knew how close the
Near East was to war in mid-September.
One reason the Turks didnt
move is because they haven't ben
able to set assurar-ces from the
United States of NATO support m
rasp the Russian fleet s-t a r t e d
bombarding the Turkich coast in
sunport of its satellite, syria.
The State Department h a s n t
said. ves. and it hasn't said no. It
4iict hasn't said snvthhlg.
Tt Wsn't want to Sec OUt Rood
friend and ally. Turkey, saueezed
between a Russiani7cd syna on
the south and the Russian fleet
on the north. But at the same
time it doesn't want to risk a
HEART OF THK AMERICAS
AROSLHLNA AX. 4 BETWEEN list and 32nd Sfs.
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My U1W PIAlSQM
world war.. y 1,1 ',
That's one of the reasons John"
Foster Dulles bad to talk with An
drei Gromyko. v ',.
. - ,:
'The Russian timetable in ""the
Near East has not been publish
ed, but Arab diplomats friendly to
the West feel sure they know what
it isVv':-):: 'y,:-4:'-y:'
It is first of all o consolidate!;;
Russian gains in Syria; develop
airports, the harbor of Latakia,
highways, irrigation proeotf ;
and make that country a moc(i.;
Arab state, ; completely depend
ent en Russia. . .;v
; Once Syria is certain of Russian
support,, here is the schedule.
A. Syria will work through : a
gents in Jordan to assassinate of
overthrow King Hussein. TbeO the
new government of Jordan will
propose a union, with Syria. Since
this will be an internal move, noi
foreign, aggression it won't come
under the Eisenhower Doctrine.
We couldn't intervene
B, Six-months later. King Saud :
will be asi-.ssinated. He was near
ly assassinated last spring .and -:
another attempt on his life was
made last month. -Crown Prince
Faisal, .the King's brother, who
doesn't particularly like the King,
win succeed him and move tor u
nlty with Syria; : '';
V. im tiny uuuiiu y uj ucuaxiutij
half Christian, half Moslem, will
be relatively easy to take over
next. -' i
D. Iraq, bigger, richer and
member of the Baghdad Pact,
will be tougher to absorb, but the
Russian timetable calls for it to
be annexed to Syria in about 18
months. : vr
If that timetable Is followed, the
Near East, which hold 70 ; p e r
cent of the world's known oiL re reserves,
serves, reserves, falls into Russian hands.- :
With it will eventually go domi domination
nation domination of northern and central A A-frica,
frica, A-frica, with the uranium of the
This would put the Sues Canal
virtually under Russian control,
together with two pipelines a a-eross
eross a-eross Syria.
Israel would be the one demo-
cratic outpost of the west in a
Russianized Arab world if sne
can hold out. '
These were some of the reasons
why John Foster Dulles consider considered
ed considered it imperative to talk with For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Gromyko. - in
He was prepared to talk tough
-to talk from the background of
his vast experience as an Interna International
tional International lawyer and grandson of a
Secretary of State; with the pow power
er power and prestigeof the United
States behind him, He hoped to
draw a line in the Near East be'
LVond whtch Russia could' not go i
without risking' direct ScUon'frdm t
th United States. f t
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Gromyko's country now had ibe
IGBM, and just one night hs'ore
had launched man's first break
with the earth.
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Prospects Of Strong
KKKIan Seen 4s lnfoy
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-BIRMINGHAM, Ala (UP)-The
JUttle Bock integration crisis has
provided a new-"impetus" to Ku
,'Klux' Klan recruiting in Alabama
" but variety of internal troubles
Slus ,the brutal -mutilation of 'a
egrp Have all hut wiped out
; prospects foi; building another
' atrong &KK. ; ;
v An informed source who ..has
- watched closely the fve klans op operating
erating operating iiuAlabama, 'estimated to today,
day, today, that membership in the jjood jjood-ed
ed jjood-ed order has jumped,. 20 to 25
per cent In recent weeks s. ,,
Prior to that time, state klan
forces bad fallen to "perhaps
000" he nald due to factional dis dis-putes,
putes, dis-putes, court trials, the marriage
of'' one ".grand dragon to teem
aged girlt and his subsequent re resignation,',
signation,', resignation,', and the emasculation of
Negro, 'allegedly by klansmen
A crime which shocked the state.
A'The Little Bock troubles have
given the klans a new impetus,
the source said VTlie Jdansmen
, have made, it a strong" selling
' point to prospective members.":
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' "-, !v Fiv Competitors ,-
'The five klans' operating In the
i state-are the. Knights of the Ku
' Klux Klan the 'Gulf Coast Klan,
the U. 5.- Klans: Knights of. the
. Kn .Ktu '' lan.- the Orieinai KU
b. KluX: lar of the Confederacy and.
the. I lorwa fan wnicn nas some
supporters in the southeast sec section.
tion. section. i
The U; S. Klans, which comes
under the aouthwide group head-
bA -W K.-i I.j RHwards mf Atlanta.
U the largest but jsuffered. a se
vere Mow wnen urana uragon aj-
vin Hum lrirrilrt i 15-vearild
girt last spring and later resigned
his post in the face of widespread
publicity, t v-
Klansmen have been involved
lir two court trials, one as the
result of Negro church bombings
in Montgomery and the other
stemming from a shooting at a
(Birmingham klan ( meeting in
which two kjansmen were wound wound-'
' wound-' ed. f 1 i-
All r white Juries acquitted the
defendants in the bombing trial
and one of the four accused has
been freed in Birmingham.- The
others, including outspoken segre segre-eatinnuit'Asa
eatinnuit'Asa segre-eatinnuit'Asa Carter have not yet
been brought to trial
A suit brought by a Georgia
. klan group to force the Knights
of the KKK to change their name
i was followed by the submission
v of resignktions. of Grand -Dragon
j. Elmer Brock and four other lead leaders,
ers, leaders, of that group, -i
' -Blamed for Vklencn -.
k Alabama Atty,-Xlen.-JohnvPa't-ierann.
himself a strone seflreea
tionist, has accused "splinter
' AMI .V.
groups of .the Ku' Klux Klan'; of
..oiai'i iinlonr. in Alabama. '-.
The climax to lliat violence
nioht nf. Spnl 2 when
tame .'o'v i
Judge Aaron, a 34tyear-old men.
ta.lly-retarded jetterson uumy
Mpprn wax seizea o.v kiuup u
white men and taken -to a klan
rendezvous a dirt-floored, one-
room shack. V
There he was given a choice of
emasculation or deathAaron fr-
iially jchose the former and tne
group carried out the brutal act
with razor bladea.; x
Kit'' whiti men have been ar
rested on v charges of mayhem,
which carriea up to "20 years im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment and were recently ; in
dicted by a grana jury iney are
currently free on $5,000 bond each.
Khnrtlv aftprward. E. C. Ber
nard,' grand dragon ot the Gulf
Klan, ran for city commissions,
in Mobila but finished third in a
three-man face., -1 t
. x x fxi.
Sharman : Douglas
! LONDON, Oct .16 UP) -Prl
got .together at sa ocktail party
last night. -; A if---r,
;, Miss Douglas,, one of Margaret'a
closest friends when' her ; father,
Lewis W. Douglas was'-U.S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Britain, v staged the
party in a Mayfair apartment.,'
' oicat pwiod in whith m'wm born.jY wMI 14 it fuav vM
ATOM' UNIT HEAD? The
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to obtain the post of director
general of the new Interna Interna-inni
inni Interna-inni Atnmip Enersv ARency,
for Rep. W. Sterling Cole,
above. The ew xoris, nepuo
llcan has informed his cohstitu
nt hat h fa tirenared to re
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MACKKN2IE-K0ZAR ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
AT BUFFET SUPPER ON SATURDAY NIGHT
Mr. and Mm. L. V. MacKenzie of Cristobal entertained
with a' buffet supper on Saturday evening to anonunce the
engagement of their daughter Joan to Mr. Andrew Kozar of
Margarita, Canal Zone .
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Kozar and Mrs.
Robert McHenry of Margarita, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
AVhaleiii Mrs. Robert Bond, Mr. and Mrs. "Pat Quinn of Pan Panama
ama Panama City, Her Majesty's British Consul Mr. S. S. G. Simons,
and Miss Margaret MacKenzie.
A February wedding is planned.
Wedding At Coco Sol
At a double rjng ceremony at
Coco Solo Chapel n 1 Saturday eve eve-nig
nig eve-nig Miss Mary Louise Allen, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mi? and Mrs. William B.
Allen of Margarita became t h e
bride of Paul Leroy Whitlock, son
of Mr. and Mrs.. Andrew A. Whit Whitlock
lock Whitlock of Maffgarfta. ReV. Father
John F. Kang wl.officfated was
assisted by Rev." Father James F.
Murphy aiid Mr.; Roinig Steiner,
cousin of the bride.
Soft organ music played through
Fine Bone China
cool, different plaee to eat ..
oWgolden fried chicken
J r f served in basket!
with French fries, vegetable salad,
bread and butter...
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out the ceremony, and MrsMar MrsMar-guerlte
guerlte MrsMar-guerlte Schommer oj; Balboa sang
"Ave Maria, "On This day O Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Mother" and other selections
accompanied by Mr. Edmund Ar Ar-chibold
chibold Ar-chibold at the organ.
White gladioli and lilies with ba baby's
by's baby's breath and other fin fern
formed a background on the altar
with large jStanding baskets of gla gla-dkli
dkli gla-dkli ihd potteof palms on either
side Tall white tapered candles
graced hoth sides of the taberna
cle. As the lovely bride walked up
- th aisle on her father's arm, Mr.
.M 0.00 oh 10 j.m. tuff.
Archibold played the traditional
wedding Piodessiona,; and when
the young couple came down the
msie ne pi a yea me necessionai.
' The .bride wore a ballerina
length wedding gown, with import
ed skirt over., lull flowing tissue
taffeta, an empire bodice of Chan-
UiJy lace enhanced with a sabnna
neckline, Her necklace and ear earrings
rings earrings of cultured pearls were a
gift from the groom. She carried
a spray of white roses a"d a ker kerchief
chief kerchief given to her by the groom's
mother. Her shoulder length tulle
veiltell from a tiara of tulle flow flowers
ers flowers and seed pearls.
Miss Betty Ann Allen was her
sister's maid of honor and Miss
Florence Allen,; another sister, was
junior bridesmaid. They wore iden identical
tical identical ballerina length dresses of
sky blue embroidered nylon with
full bouffant skit, and off the
shoulder soft pleated empire bo bodice.
dice. bodice. They wore circlets of blue
rosebuds in their hair and carried
bouquets of roses varying from
deep red to white.
Mr. Andrew A. Whitlock was
best man for his son. Ushers were
Mr. Thomas McDonald, a cousin
of the bride who is visiting the
Isthmus from Atlanta, Georgia,
and Mr. Leslie Rinehart and Mr.
Larry Sergei. -'
The laride'4 mother was dressed
in a Cameo pink chiffon dress with
draped skirt and pink and white
accessories. The mother of the
groom wore a French blue embroi embroidered,
dered, embroidered, Honan, sheath style dress
with pink accessories.
A reception was held immedi
ately after the ceremony at the
home of the bride. The background
for the receiving lins was a bower
of green fern and white lilies
White tables in the yard added a
festive air. The buffet table was
set on the terrace. A four tiered
wedding cake was served upstairs
where the beautiful bridal sifts
were displayed. The buffet lunch
eon was catered by Mr. George
Marceaul Mrs. fiertha Dyr. Mrs.
Gertrude Kueter and Mrs. Dorothy
Ramsey decorated the Chapel and
arranged the flowers. Mrs. Flor
ence Mailett and Mr. Leonard
Stranton, photographed the wed
For travelling the bride wore
pink faille suit with a corsage of
wood roses tied with brown rib ribbon,
bon, ribbon, dark brown shoes and acces accessories.
sories. accessories. The young couple left by
plane for Miami, Florida, for their
honeymoon and will then travel to
Quantico, Virginia, where Sergeant
11,'t. 1 i 1. i 1
niiiuuct nas ueen assigneu.
jars, wniuocx graduated from
Cristobal High Schsot and attend
ed Roanoke, Viretriia.fi National
Business College and has been
employed in Special Services at
Fort Gulrck. Sgt. Whitlock, a grad grad-uate
uate grad-uate of Cristobal High .School, at
tended Texas A. ancTM. College
before entering the Marine Corns
At St. Luke's Tomorrow Night
, All members of the parish of the
Cathedral of St. Luke have been
invited to attend the annual Loyal Loyalty
ty Loyalty Dinner in Bishop Morris Hall
tbmorrow at 6:30 p.m.
This annual dinner-meeting is un under
der under the sponsorship of the Every1
Member canvass committee of
the Cathedral Chapter, and serves
Whether you are a Mother, a Housewife or a Career
Girl Whether you took dancing asva child or never had
the opportunity to take those longed for lessons, You are
ure to enjoy a new lease on life when you join the SPE SPECIAL
CIAL SPECIAL WOMEN'S CLASS every Saturday at 10 a.m. at the
Balboa YMCA. ) v
For all Information call Balboa 1751
Limited openings In present classes for all ages.
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Pedro Miguel Assembly No, 3 of
the KainDow lor Uins is sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a card party to be' held Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening at the Aucon Masonic
Temple. The tickets may be pur purchased
chased purchased from .any of the Rainbow
Girls at 50 cents each at by con contacting
tacting contacting Sue.Mable at Balboa 3785.
There will be a door prize, table
prizes and refreshments. All Mas Master
ter Master Masons, Eastern Stars, Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Girls and their friends are
cordially invited. j
IAWC Luncheon 1
At Albrook t,'
The Inter-Amerrcani W 0 m e n's
Club will hold a iuueheon at Al Albrook
brook Albrook Officers' Club for members
and friends next Wednesday at 12
noon. .'' j 1
Members and friends are invit invited.
ed. invited. Mr. Henry Somertreund will
show some, of his exquisite gems
and will talk about them at the
Those who wish to attend
asked to make reservations by
calling the club office before Mon
Chaplain and Mrs. Brenntman
Feted At Despedida
Chaplain and Mrs. Marshall
Brenneman were the guests of
honor last Sunday night at a fare farewell
well farewell sponsored by the combined
youth groups of the Margarita U-
nion Church, Margarita, C.Z. The
Brenneman's leave this week for
Parris Island.' S. C. where the
Chaplain has been assigned to the
Marine Kecruit Depot.- Sunday
night's festivities began at 5:30
o'clock wrtha Pot Luck Supper.
Approximately 165vfriends gather gathered
ed gathered about the colorfully decorated
tables. Mrs.. Fay Brown and Mrs.
Chester Harrold, sponsors of the
Junior Youth Group, were co co-chairman
chairman co-chairman of the supper.
Mr. Will LTmkeman, chairman of
the Senior Youth Fellowship was
in charge of .the program which
followed. A rousing hymn sing led
by Mr. James Plan loliowed a
devotional period led by the pas pastor,
tor, pastor, Rev. Theodore E. Franklin.
Testimonials as to the contribu contributions
tions contributions made to the church and com community
munity community by Chaplain and Mrs.
Brenneman were made by Mr",
William Gibson,of the Youth Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, Mr, John Wainio, of the
Junior Fellowship, Mr. Rufus O O-Neal,
Neal, O-Neal, chairman of the Church
Council, and Mr1. Bruce Sanders,
chairman of the General Council
of the Union Churches of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.' Rev. J, W. Ltmkemann
closed the service with prayer.' -t
An appropriate gift of Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian figurines was presented '-to
the Brenneman's by the Youth
Groups. Chaplain" Brenneman' re
sponded to the gift and program
stating his appreciation and, com commenting
menting commenting on the friendly and re responsive
sponsive responsive spirit of the church and
. The Brenneman's will said from
Cristobal, Thursday morning. .,
100 Guests Attend
Birthday Party ,;
Mr. and Mrs. B.iP, Scott of Bal
boa gave a buffet party Monday
afternoon in honor of their daugh
ter, Rita Belle. The party was to
celebrate her fifth birthday. More
than 100 guests attended. The ii ii-bles
bles ii-bles were beautifully decorated by
Mrs. Charles A. Garcia and Miss
passenger ships to New
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MR. AND MRS. PAUL LEROY
day at the Coco Solo Chapel.
Angelica Ailed. Mrs. Scott was as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. L. Farlow," Mrs. J.
P. Miller, Mrs. Eugene White and
Mrs. W. J. Bright Jr.sThe chll chll-dren
dren chll-dren .enjoyed sfn afternooh of
games, prizes and refreshments.
Second Lecture y"
Iri Bible Seriea .... ,v f ',
: The Balboa Y.M.CA.-U".S.d:'will
present the second lecture: in the
series, "Six'fCveninga-with. the Bi Bible"
ble" Bible" tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. lu
The Reverend Walker M. Alder-
ton, LL. D. Minister of Gamboa
Union Church and retired fromi
the Federated Theological Faculty
at the University of. Chicago will
be the speaker,;
He will bring to this lecture the
best in research and scholarship
on the subject of, the Ten Com
mandments'' and their historical
The public ,is Invited to attend.
For Reservation Call
Ellen Bailey ....2-3712
Bill Bright 273-3146
Rose Casey ,'.
William Townsend. 2-2472
Harnett A Dunn .2-4239
Nov. 8th, 1957
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WHITLOCK Shown atHheir wedding, which took t)lace Satur-(
Mrs. Whitlock Is the former Miss Mary Louise Allen of Mar- r
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IF, you want to have some fu
next; time you go shopping, amke
a nrlvate survey of the types of
women shoppers you encounter on
You may una many omer dui
here are a few types, you are
bound to spot.
Mrs. Just Looking. If a! custo
mer admits openly to the clerk
that she is just looking, she may
end up a purchaser. Mrs. Just
Looking isn't 'so frank. She pre
tends she really wants to buy
sometnmg, dui sne .nas vsucn a
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Shown her that she gives herself
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concerned unconcerned about the price of what
she looks at, That's because she
has no intention of buying.
There is no admission charge.
The USARCARIB Signal Offi
cers wives uiuD neiri its regular
monthly luncheon in the Driftwood
Lounge of the Albrook ; Officers'
Club last Thursday. Mrs: j John
Morgan and Mrs. Donald;, Clark
served as hostesses. 1
The club welcomes Mrs. Rich
ard Leslie as a new member.
Mrs. Donald Clark was the win winner
ner winner of the doorprtoc. :
Other members, attending" werev
Mesdames Charles Nash, Marian
Smith, Rod Meaney, Von Greeman,
William Grady, Alfred Bynum, Er Ernest
nest Ernest Knight, FredWinslow,: Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Jackson, Wesley. Clenn ; and
William Brookshire. v ;
NCO Wives Hold d "$Js-r'r
Aloha Cottso v t -'' :
. The NCO Wives' Cluh of Albrook
Air Force Base held its monthly
Aloha Coffee at the NCO Club
last Saturday morning, Oct. 12." As
we had no departing members we
honored our guests and the new
members of October.
A small oart"of a Collection of
earrings and souvenirs which have
been collected by Moiiy ana Jim
Keever during their tour in Pana Panama
ma Panama from the San Bias Islands;
Colombia ; Venezuela ; : Ecuador;
Peru; Chile; Argentina; Uruguay;
Haiti; Paraguay:. Brazil; Nicara Nicaragua;
gua; Nicaragua; Mexico; Guatemala Costa
Rica; and El El Salvador;'; were
shown to the members and guests
present,- ViVr-lVi',v ?
The door prize was won by Ger
trude Ma ger. Hostesses for -the
Aloha Coffee were. Sue Coumaa:
Lois Empio;" and Betty Girard.
Those present' were: Theima
Morris: 'Bernice Corrisan, Allene
"Pete" Leigh; Sue Coffman, vLois
Empio, Esther Pehiso, Betty Gi Girard,
rard, Girard, Lou Gomez, Evelyn Butlef,
Jean Barber, Manula T'orrez, Mar Martha
tha Martha McFall, Gloria MacKissic, Lau
ra Burns, Kit Ziegier, uenurae
Mager, Dean Fairclotb. Jan Dee-
mer, Jorct Malorte, Jean buinvan.
Clara Camp. Doris OUon, Carne
Leadbitter, Gerrie Greenfield, and
- Watching Is Fun
Mr?. Somebody., Shopping tips
give her a beautiful chance to,
throw her weight around. She ca-j
sually or so he thinks lets
the saleswomen know that .she
wants only the best, that' her clo closets
sets closets are already -bulging, that she:
is just back; from a trip lo some
glamourous spot or just about to
take one. She'll be more interest-j
ed in the labels than in the clothes.
HIR CAPTIVE AUDiENCI
MRS. NEIGHBOR. She'i
fho takes) 1 I
's time 1
dren, her n
chatty type. Theone who
up a busy saleswoman )
talking about her -children.
grandchildren, her diet or what
ever concerns her at the moment.;
To ber a salesperson is a captive
audience and she. chats along, re
laxed and happy to have a listen-
. Miss Teen-Age. If she Is alone
she may be a quick and expert
shopper., But if Mom is along, she'
wUl probably have 10 try on every
thing Mom pes as well as every-.
thing she likes. Ana an too oiten
there is a pitched battle before
daughter gets to buy her own se selection.
lection. selection. v.
Mrs., I can't Decide. She w 1 1 1
have trouble if she is just buying
a pair of plain biacK gloves., to
help make up her mind, shell ask
questions, ask the salesperson's ad advice,
vice, advice, ask the advice of any shop
per who happens to be standing
nearby, and then probably leave
the store .without having made up
her mind. If she does makers pur
chase, cnances are sne u return it
next day. -V
you can spot au tnese types-
and more, tooi in just one day's
snoppng.tnp. uxe nira-watching;
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and amusing hobby.
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e ANTHONY JORDAN ;
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Melaque ln-Melaque 4orh SepwmDer "iwaiu commander, Is shown presenting the plaque to
Butler. (U.S., Army rnwvu
ibJe For Ikf
American Bible Society presented! rranCisco VfJ Mowatt of Pana
to President Eisenhower today the
500,000,001st copy 01 ine ocripiuiea
distributed bv t he society since its
founding in 1816.
ThB,3Rfv Dr. James Z. Nettin Nettin-ga,
ga, Nettin-ga, aociety executive who deliv?
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a White House ceremony, said it
symbolized "the start of the sec second
ond second halfbillion." ,
Of the first half billion -volumes
givea away r sold at, cost by the
society about 51 per cent were
distributed in this country, The
rest in 60 foreign (countries. The
society publishes Bibles in nearly
200 languages. .
The volume presented td elsen-
hnwr. lira larpn familv Bibie
douiiq in xea morocco,
att.anta f UP) Police admit-
m 4nHsv that whrln he wasn't a
doctor, Jesse C. Matthews was. in-
ucu m "if-'-- r
former hospital employe, -w a s
charged wun. praciicmgti'j;"'
without 'a license after he "omit "omitted
ted "omitted giving his select "patients"
Francisco v,,- aiowan w -ma
City, has been awarded a dii
ploma in Accounting training by
La Salle Extension' University of
Chicago, Illinois after four years
of study .in spare nine. s
Mnnrotf iin ffradnaie of AntiUian
Union College at Santa Clara, Cu-
ba and Extension course insuiuie
at Gunter Air Force Base, Ala. In
t..i., .rofotvoti his t.itl as a li
censed accountant from the Pana
manian government.' He is a ior-
mer secretary-treasurer oi -Miccinn
and now serves
as respolisible property clerk for
Detachment llt WhJIVeather uroup
atAlbrook Air Force Base.
Yhiskey To Insure
wkfalrw in 4 n aura altrtAnth laillllfl
KnnvH alnnff a rllhhpr : bott and
its 38-year-old ransiam aupper to
day on a ooo-mue open-sea vojgr
to Nova Scotia. ; 1
A Th urhixlrv uraa i all IntreDid
set saU from Brooklyn Sunday in
. jean Lauomoe cimm io vue
v fruul and drink when he
set, sau Irom oruoiuyn ouuu;
a 15-foot, surplus Air Force life
raft. . V'
LaCombe, no novice at manng
... vnu.sorf in linlilrvlv Craft.
said he intends to live on fish and
plankton during the trip.
He recalled that he made out
.11 i-iffht last var when he spent
68 days sailing from Franee to
New York in an ih ioot sioop.
Ttiot tn hvA nmithinff nleasant
to remember while en route "to
Halifax, LaCombe dined nearuiy
before casting oh. hc. aownea one
.nirt.iv niits nf thick vesetable
soup, a' heavy slab of steak, po
tatoes, beer, ana steaming- conw.
LaCombe then donned his yacht yacht-inff
inff yacht-inff ran and with about two doien
friends and wellwishers stepped
down to the dock lor a nnai in inspection
spection inspection of Hippocambe (French
The raft, purchased from his
earnings as a kitcnen neiper, is
Eleven Killed1 ?
As Building Falls'
CALCUTTA, India,-Oct. 1 (UP)
T-Eleven persons were killed
lapsed here early today.
Amnm th dead fnund in tha
rubble of the two-story structure
vtrm fiv mmWi An, famllv
the father, mother, two sons and
a u-montn-oia cnud.
A requieni mass will be held
inmnrrnw mnrnitta. at a n'flnlr
in St. Paul's Episcopal Church
lor tne repose of the ioui oi
Mrs. Bernlce S. Applewhite
Mannlnr. who died here last
Mrs. Manning Is the daugh daughter
ter daughter of Samuel Applewhite.
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and left to right, Floyd H. Baldwin, director, Mrs, Thomas Spencer, a'nd 'phafles R.
Heard, director. "
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Jo Ann Marti and Tommy
Kennedy complete a turn In
the Tamborito &t the Harnett
and Dunn Jamboree on Fri Friday.
day. Friday. The couples in the
background are Carol Ra Rapines
pines Rapines and Andy Jacobsen,
Su Su Schlatter and Perry
rr.ir i,pr,r The Teener QueentTand their managers will be at the American Legion's "Festival of
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER It, 195T
Mams Play Tigers
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Athletic Club Slim Favorite
Jo Whip Improved Cristobal
By TREVOR SIMONS
' The Rams of the Athletic Club, Jamboree champions
of 1957, will put their undefeated status on the line once
more tomorrow night at 7 when they meet the interscho-
. lastic leaders, Christobal High School, at Mt. Hope Sta Stadium.
' Th. a r AND Tiizcrs were
, only two teams in the Jambore
to do any scoring, and it was the
Athletic Club that drew the win winning
ning winning nod when the ttcoresheet show showed
ed showed that they had been unscored
' upon throughout their three quar quarters
ters quarters of Jamboree play. The Tigers
Will take the field tomorrow night
to vindicate this victory scored a a-mhii
mhii a-mhii the Rams will
be out to prove that their pair of
wins for 1957 were no nunes.
(Since the Jamboree, both A C.
and' Cristobal have scored a vic victory,
tory, victory, Athletic Club over Balboa
High 7-6 a.id Cristobal ever Junior
College 6-0. Both teams appeared
So- be tiring at the end and the
ipncensus of opinion is that a
touple more minutes of play might
'have resulted in reverse decisions.
r. Luke Palumbo ha.V already noti noti-,
, noti-, fied his boys that this will be no
idle "exhibition game," Though
, the Athletic Club does not figure
' th0 interspholasti" race. the
Tigers are pointing ahead at their
tiot. 25 eame with the defending
champs, B.H.S.", and this could be
,iho i.mrm.lin that Will tell LUKe
' Palumbo and Paul Moser which of
. their football players are prepared
fr the task of dethroning the
I Resides their first string, Cns-
flatus to be Known
Within Few Days
CLEVELAND (UP) General
Manager Hank Greenherg, whose
status with the Cleveland Indians
is considerd precarious, will learn
within a few days whether he will
keep or lose his job.
Jj Greenberg's future with the In Indians
dians Indians will be decided at a board
M directors meeting that proba probably
bly probably will be held later this week.
,J Board Chairman VV i 1 H a m R.
Bpley said the meeting is being
called for "a general discussion
about what will be done or can be
done to improve the welfare of the
tfcam, and while 1 don't want to
pinpoint it as a Grenberg meet meeting,
ing, meeting, I am sure his statui will be
, LANGUAGE BARRIER
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEA)
Union College soccer opponents
rire in for confusion when they
hear the Dutchmen call to each
other during contests this season.
Six members of the squad are for foreign
eign foreign exchange students from six
the tobal has some promising talent,
all anxious to earn a starting berth
in the home-coming game against
Balboa, and these lads might will
be tested against this bigger, ex experienced
perienced experienced crowd of gridders. Two
second-string backfiefd men, (second-string
in name only but near nearly
ly nearly the equal of the' first straing)
are Herb Spectre and the ever
hustling quarterback. Donald Hum
Chuck Crawford did a good piece
of work at end on defense and was
particularly impressive in his
tackling against J.C. last Friday
night. Kieth Ruling, first string
full-back has been ailing since alst
Friday's victory over Junior Colle
thus paving the way for John
Boseman, who saw plenty ac
tion against Junior College, to
again prove himself tomorrow
Make no mistake; the first
stringers will be in there most, of
the way tomorrow night, but the
knowledge that some capable lad
is sitting on the bench anxious to
take over a staring berth,' will add
to the impetus that the Tigers will
bring to play againft the A.C.
A.C.'s main clain to fame is Bill
McKeown, quarterback, and end
Curtis Jeffries, the one-two punch
that has two knock-outs to their
credit already. The middle of the
Athletic Club line is power-packed
with Joe Oliver and Dick Leme Leme-dico,
dico, Leme-dico, while other heavy-weights
like Louis Taber, Joe Vowell,
Charlie Widell and Tony Dyer, con
tribute- grettly to a line that ave
rages 185 pounds no matter who
gets into the act.
Boston Red Sox Sell
To New York Giants
BOSTON. Oct. 15 (UP) The
Bpstop Red Sox today sold their
San Francisco franchise to the
West coastbQund New York Qli
In return, the Red Sox re received
ceived received a cash settlement and
the Giants' Minneapolis fran franchise
chise franchise in i he American Associa-'
tlon. The deal is subject to
Pacific Coast League approval.
The Red Sox withdrawal from
San Francisco was expected ever
since the Giants announced they
were moving their National
League operations to the west
coast next season. The move has
been definitely arranged.
General manager oe Cronln of
the Red Sox made the announce
ment In a brief statement.
The sale, the announcement
said, includes the Pacific Coast
League club itself and the ter territory.
ritory. territory. The Red Sox also ac acquire
quire acquire the Minneapolis territory.
Boston bought the San Fran
cisco Seals In December 1955.
Amount of cash Involved In
the sale was not disclosed.
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For Bout With Eclwin Sykes
ftSMi Hill TV VUJitW V IV1 KJ U V I" Wit T J fLl0 M-If
der Toto Ibarra climbs' Into the National Gym Oct. 27, ha will
ring lor nis ren-rouna jeature ; aireaay nave stasnea away a
the .'$500 guarantee to be put up by
promoter, Egbert Kern, tows
handlers announced today.
( According; : to terms of the
Chirlcano's contract, the first
9500 which is picked up at the
box office will be turned over
, to Ibarra's trainer-manager
Alfredo Perei. If the total gate
exceeds S2000, then Toto will
receive a 25 per cenjt cut in
CARDS SIGN SCOUTS
ST. LOUIS (UP) The St. Louis
Cardinals have signed six new
scouts to,. their staff for- 1958.
They are Sheldon Bender, Bob
Whitey) Ries, Charley Frey,
George Kissell, Eddie Lyons and
Nelson Burbrink. The Cards also
have named Arthur Fetzner ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant in the
scouting and minor league department.
In 12th Straight
NEW YORK, (UP) Middle Middleweight
weight Middleweight Gene (Ace) Armstrong, a
stacker in a gin distillery at Eliz Elizabeth,
abeth, Elizabeth, N.J., was in excellent spir spirits
its spirits today because his 12th straight
professional victory had assured a
future fight with ex contender
NAME IS FAME
LOS ANGELES (UP) The
name "Los Angeles Dodgers"
sounds just fine to Southern Cali California
fornia California sports writers. They voted
16-6 in favor of having the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers retain that name when they
transter to Los Angeles.
JUST MADE IT Unpredictable Chilean jockey Julio Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez pushes Sunfalr (3) across the finish line-' a whisker
ahead of Serabueno. The latter was ridden by Apollnar Re Reyes
yes Reyes Rlos. Sunfalr got up in the last jump to score an all all-Chilean
Chilean all-Chilean victory. The four-year-old colt, bred -in Chile, is own owned
ed owned by Gabriel Ossa Vicuna and trained by Salvador Jimenez
L. Owner and trainer are both Chileans.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
r J 1 Ht
By Conrado Sargeant
NOTED TRAINER DIES
(BALTIMORE (UP) Joseph H.
(Bud) Stotler, 63, who once was
trainer for the Alfred G. Vander Vander-bilt
bilt Vander-bilt stahle, died Monday. Stotler
set a record in 1935 that still
stands when horses h trained
won 37 stakes.
Unbeaten Gene scored a techni
cal knockout over Eddie (Machine
Gun) Thompson of New York in the
TV fight atSt. Nicholas Arena
Monday night. Referee Petev
Scanzo stopped it at the end of the driver Ronald
seventh round because Thompson Monday night
was bleeding Dadly from his left
brow and hi nose.
It was Eddie's firit defeat in 14
Armstrong! weighed 153S pounds
to Thompsori's 156.
HARD TO CATCH
LONDON (UP) Juan Manuel
Fangio of Argentina was presented
with the "Driver of the Year"
Trophy Monday during ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies at the Royal Automobile
Club. Fangio won his fifth w6rld
championship this year.
DIES IN CRASH
MONZA, Italy (UP) British
Searles was killed
when his Cooper
racing car swerved off the Monza
track and burst into flames. The
accident occurred while Searles
was attempting to ?el a new 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour world record on the famed
Fourteen horses, Including a
Chilean bred five year old
named Geyser that has not ar
rived on the Isthmus yet were
entered for the $10,000 added
mile-and-a-half Nov. 3 Panama
Independence Day Classic.
The entries and weight assign
ments for the welght-for-age
blue ribbon event follow: Jalis Jalisco
co Jalisco 121. Town's Wall 121, Gavilan
121, Geyser 121, Mossadeq 121,
Horacio 121, Crew's Hill 121,
Best 121, Sculptor 121, Poslbie Poslbie-mente
mente Poslbie-mente 118, Hostlgador 118, San San-turron
turron San-turron 118, Scintillation 113,
Tiequest 113. v
The early favorites to cop
this annual feature are Santu Santu-rron
rron Santu-rron and Jalisco. The Luis H.
Farrugia trained Jalisco will
form part of a triple entry if
Geyser and Mossadeq also
No jockeys were suspended last
Saturday. Hlncaple got an eight-
meet suspension for his poor
performance in the first race.
day's second race. Onda Real,
which refused at the break in
this same event, got a four-meet
suspension from the starter.
Emlllo Dario drew a fi fi IIP fnr
falling to report that ha had scoring
dropped his whin while ririinp- over
Rock 'N' Roll in Sundav's fifth1 match
Ibarra has been one of the
biggest boxing attractions in
Manama since n turned pro
over two years ago. His April,
1957 championship bout at the
Olympic Stadium against 118 118-pound
pound 118-pound king Melvln Bourne pro produced
duced produced nearly $4000, considered
an astounding figure in these
Bourne was awarded a unani
mous verdict in that bloody 15-
rouna battle, which was later
changed to 'no-decision" by Box
ing Commission officials because
of Bourne's .unsportsmanlike
Toto was TKO'ed by By Byron
ron Byron Cumberbatch in his only
defeat, but redeemed himself by
a unanimous verdict
the veteran in a return
Taams y W L
Seymour Agency ' "' 15 -9
Europea Furniture 15 9
Fuerza y Luz .' J is fi
Pan American Airways 10 10
iiucxy oiruct 12 12
El Rancho "., 1 11 13
H. I. Horn a Co. s 15
R. C. Ne-Hi i 5 W
Five leading averages -Coffey
198, Balcer 193, Lane 190, Cleich Cleich-man
man Cleich-man 188 Samaniego 186.
A three way tie now exists in
the Major League between the Eu
ropea Furniture, Fuerza y Luz
and Seymour Agency with the
latter making the biggest jump.
four players roiling over 500
for Seymour and two for H.
Horn a is the story in the nutshell
as far as this match was concern
ed. Seymour by taking all rf 0 u r
points ahd the distinction last night
of being the only team to gain
clean sweep at the Diablo Center.
Seymour had a close call in the
first game which they won by nine
pins, the other three were over
whelmmgly for the insurance re
. Leadoff man Don -Rudy set the
pace with a 550 and Bowers' kept
right with him by smacking 568
Art Graham, in' the fourth slot
came through with 525 and Bill
Coffey, the. league's leading bowl
er, put the finishing touch with
542. For the contractors. H. I. Ho-
ma, "Long John" Les Pahl was
tops with 576 and his anchor man,
Bud Balcer, battled the pins for
a 550 score.
It's time tb step up to
Four Rosea Bourbon time is now.
Don't miea another moment's en
joyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
iIKU&Q' I FOUR I
Jockey Gllberto Ramos was
fined $5 for not returning to the
weighing-out enclosure on time
after riding Miss Patience In
the second race.
Jose Avila was set down four
meets for changing course while
entering Jthe homestretcn witn
Mimi and disturbing Chito (G
Sanchez) and Linda Susy (E
Dario) In Sunday's first race.
Guillermo Sanches later
changed his first version of
the crowding incident and was
fined $10 for rendering false
Apollnar Fyes Rlos netted a
four meet suspension for pulling
up nis mount (Mio uai Deiore
reaching the finish, line in Sun-
The main event at the Presi President
dent President Remon racetrack on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Oct. 27, will be the Repub
lic of Italy Handicap. The group
of horses that will dispute the
purse and silver trophy will be
selected next week. 1
The highly rated Geyser, re-1
cently boueht In Chile hv thai
Stud Buena Fe, is a five-year-old
brown son of Welsh Honey-1
Glencorry. He is the winner of 1
nine races, six classics and" nvr
$100,000 (5,376,000 Chilean pe-i
sos) in 28 starts. He has finished
second twice, third four times,
fourth six times and out of the!
Ibarra has received offers to
return to the U.S., where he
has chalked up two wins in
like appearances. But his man manager
ager manager said today that he would
like to give the young slugger
a bout with Claudio Martinet
and possibly another crack at
Bourne before sending him
Jaime de la Guardia
Wins Panama Golf
money on seven occasions.
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The expensive thoroughbred
is the winner of the Polla d
Potrillos, Club Hipico, Alberto
Vial Infante, Republic of Ven
ezuela, Jockey Club of Peru
and Alfredo Jackson Classics.
Ruben and Alfredo Vasquez
have completed lengthy suspen suspensions
sions suspensions and will return to the-sad-dle
this Saturday. Meanwhile,
Braullo Baeza has Increased his
lead in the jockey contest for
the second semester to 14 over
injured runnerup Heliodoro Gus
unes. tiaeza nas 55
while little Gustines
counted for 41.
I Jaime de la Guardia Jr. won
the 1957 championship of the
jf anama ooir Club and will re
ceive his trophy Saturday after after-nono
nono after-nono in the MachAtero Bar.
De la Guardia defeated Al
Corsale 7 and 5 in the 36-hole
final. In addition, he was also
the tournament medalist with
a gross score of 71, one-under-par
ove rthe difficult Panama
Panama Golf Club champion championship
ship championship course. (.
Ruben Vasquez and the pres presently
ently presently "hot" Guillermo Sanchez
are tied In third olace with 33
Eight horses have been enter
ed for Sunday's $2,000 one-mile
Horse Owners Association Clas
sic. The animals and their
weight assignments are: Opulen Opulen-to
to Opulen-to 120, Mossadeq 120, Rosier 116,
Poslblemente 115, Embassy 115,
Hostlgador 113, Ezcasay 102 and
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Corsale advanced to the finals
Winners ,t.nr "Rw" Valr Knt. vraa Sna,
has ac-:bie to cope with the fine shot
making of De la Guardia In the
In the first flight, Luis Chan
deck won the beautiful silver
trophy with a 2 and 1 victory
over Dr. J. Massot. The latter
had advanced to the finals by
defeating Dr. Aurello Arias 5
The consolation flight for
the silver cup donated fey the.
Argentine Ambassador Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Allperin was won by Jo
Mullarkey over Dr. Rogelio
Boyd Jr. by a score of t and 1.
All trophies were donated by
the board of directors of the
Panama Golf Club and will be
presented Saturday afternoon.
Foeria y Lux 3 R. C. N-HL
The Kilo-Watt kids of Fuerza S
Luz piled up a 119 lead in the
first game only to see it melt a-
way when the cellar-dwelling Ne-
Hi scored the highest league game
of the night, a 968 and 170 pinds
over the Kilo Watts. But this
wave of prosperity was of short
duration, because Fuerza y Luz
bounced back with a 52 pins ad
vantage in the curtain game.
By this come back Fuerza y Luz
sot the total Din tally to two pins
and also gained a tie for f i r i t
Jim Davit was the main Kile
Watt with a 603 and Wallace as
sisted with a 578. The ironic part
was that four Knee-Hi's went over
the 500 mark, .and yet the team
could garner only ono point, Tony
Luttenbereer 570. Al Kaelin 522.
Bill Allen 557 and Chuck Almeda
547. V; 1
Europea furniture 1 P. A. A. I
Last week the furniture stackers
occupied first place all alone, now
they share with two others all
Decause me European r uuuure
salesman could only take two
points from Pan American Al r
Bob Toland stacked away the
best series of the night with an
overstuffed 651 To onset tnn
Mike Nunes P. A.iA. Jet's aee
fired a 638. These two premium
sets overshadowed such scores as
Butch Lanes 521 Ind Ted Schmidts
563 for the Central Avenue. Euro
peans, and Ted Albrittons 548 and
Joe Sullivans 585 for the Jets.
era 500, Minor 528 and 'Richard
A fellow named Best was ain
best for his team, Lucky Stiute,
with a 564.. Close behind him 'was'
Dick Soyster with 560 and J a c k
Voss, secretary of the league, re recorded
corded recorded his own 509.
Six Hundred Society Davis 603,
Nunez 638, Toland 651 and Kunkel
Honor Roll 225 or better- Kun Kunkel
kel Kunkel 234, Nunez 235, Toland 235 Al Allen
len Allen 232.
Seymour Agency ':
Rudy 184 183 183 r'saa
Bowers 152 191 218 s 561
Bates 152 159 157 I- ark
Graham -f, 188 168 169 525
Coffey f 171 200 171 .542
Totals 847. 901 898 2646
H. I. Home 1
Jamison 159 145 11T 421
Thomas 152 181 150 483
Klumpp 179 130 155 464
Pahl 182 204 190 576
Balcer 166 191 193 i 550
A. A. 1
- 956 897
235 ? 651
899 ; 2696
894 883 '884 2651
El Ranch 3 Luck Strik 1
Three more marks in the second
game and the El Rancho Gardens
would have walked away with all
four points. As it was they took
four points from the Lucky Strike
Cigarettes. Ed Kunkel had a big
635 for the El Ranchos. and yet
had to settle for the third best of
the evening. Three of his bowling
partners tossed good series, Kog
NBA Prexy Requests
Be Called Off
GEORGE NADER in ; ..
',v "JOE BUTTERFLY"
Today Encanto J5, J20
Victor Mature Anita'.,
Ekberg in -:
Guy Madison in
Today IDEAL-25. 15
: SPANISH DOUBLE I
Ana Berta Lepe in
. "Qui Lind Cha Cha Cha"
; Manuel Capetillo In
"CONTIGO a la DISTANCIA"
i Moraam in r itmm
Robinson vs. Baaille
.FOUR BOTS AND
Kinr Richard and
- Also:- .
THE BAD SEED
with Nancy Kelly
Gold Prix f 506.0I
Th Anknal World
" THE SEA CHASE
with John Wayne
- JAMAICA RUN
' with, Ray MUland
with James Stewart
RACINE. Wis. (UPV Gilbert
Jackson, newly elected president
of the National Boxing Assn., has
asked the Massachusetts Boxing
Commission to call off the sched
uled fieht between Tonv DeMarco
and Virgil Akint that's being billed
as a championship bout. :
"It's out of order." fired Jack
son in a blistering letter to Harry
Lamar Monday that labeled as
"ridiculous" Lamar's contention
that the Oct 29 fight will be for
the vacated, welterweight title
"This is an utter, absolute vio
lation of NBA rules, t said Jack-
son. "and it appears to me to be
strictly a local promotion to shoo-
in DeMarco as champion." The
fight is scheduled' for Boston, De
Marco's home town. (
Jackson said the NBA Execu Executive
tive Executive Committee agreed in Septem
ber to "sponsor" an elimination
tourney among the four top con
tenders In the welterweight divi
sion, if champion Carmen BasiBo
defeated Ray Robinson to become
the middleweight tnieholder. 1
"Massachusetts was represented
at that meeting." Jackson said.
"Sine that time. : I personally
wired each of the lour top con contenders
tenders contenders to learn if he would take
part in such a tournament
"I got yes answers from all but
DeMarco, who didnt even reply,"
said Jackson. Th other contend contenders
ers contenders are Isaac Logart, Vince Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez and Gil Turner. Akins was
fifth in the latest MA ratings.
"How In Navn's name can
thfv pick a f l h ra'r and tall it
Totals 833 B07 79t, 2535
In the Major League Sootlieht
William Coffey, 39 years I A.
Bill, or Billy as he is called, has
been bowling" foronly six "years
and during that time he' hai be become
come become one of the foremost, bowlers
on the Isthmus. His highest Aver Average
age Average Jit the end of league-Slav was
208. He has won so may trophies
and honors that he does not re remember,
member, remember, them all.
One accomplishment has eluded
Bill and that is that perfect came
but he has been flirting with
that mark and sooner or later he
is bound to hit it.
From the number of games be
rolls weekly, it would seem to in indicate
dicate indicate that next to bowling Bill
likes some more bowling.. V
, Bill in his younger days played
pro baseball both in Panama and
the Canal Zone. He calls, Newark
N. J. home in the States and is
an independent paint contra ctorln
the Zone. 1
Along The Fairways
FT. AMADOR WOMAN'! flOlF
;' By HESTER
. Congratulations to th Handi Handicap
cap Handicap Committee. They must be
doing an excellent job, there there-have
have there-have been so many tie scores
lately. On Thursday, Oct. 10, th
ladles of the Ft. Amador, Golf
Club had a match play against
par tournament Bev Dilfer and
Ethel parantie both shot 83's to
tie for low gross, v
i The loser of the play-off for
low gross will win first low net
for the day. Bey Dilfer was plus
one and Ethel Parantie minus
one In the match play tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. There was a three way tit
fo r second low net. first flight
Ruth Lincoln, Sylva Carpenter
and' Mae Askew.
In the second flight Jo Alex
ander and Zel Batchellor tied
for 1st low net The loser of th
play-off will automatically win
the second place spot '.-
Marge seweu won th tnfttm
ball with 27 putts.
Tomorrow, tbe tournament
will b medal play with full
handicap, te off time, 8:00 to ;
4:30 am. ; :.
All members of the Ft- Ani.
dor Club are reminded that th
17th u the first day for eualllv-
lng rounds for the .Ladles ClaO
cnampionsnin o urn a merit
Members playing golf that day
will turn In their cards. Qualify.
in t rounds may be plaved
through Oct-20. However, th
first round played on or-Bffr
Oct. 17 must be used ai V a
THE PANAMA AMERICAN u. AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1957
Defense, Ball Control
k (pvnote n roc
BV OSCAR FRALEY,
NEW YORK "(UP) Football,
whether you talk about, the college
v- or pro 'frame, has moved into a
, new cycle of pf ay lody "inwmcn
s; the keynote, is defense and ball
s ... Gone on the:;: wholes are the
, ; tremendous scores of the. past few
i years.,:ione,i too,, to a great .ex
i tent Js'i ;ihf : wide open f passing
i game which marked the height pf
-. the -T-fortnation craze;
A1I of which means that the de de-;
; de-; fense finally has caught up to the
offense. m K,',y
"Thkt'a -th'e'W ithe ,8ame
; goes,?'- explains-Buff Donelu, t the
r Columbia coach.'When -the j T
grabbed hold,; It toofc a while for
everybodyta ilearn to use uy-and
stop it. Now we're in for a new
era until i somebody omes up
with something new jJThen the
game .will, break wide open
, again," -v
A4 r'iNFL Scorn f
' fOmtamtttnnal c inH n if which i WAS
reacning siraiu&piiei i. yi ut.ui
at one stage, is inmcauve iw, mjc-
' .', i
Last vear,' the Chicago Bears
led the N a 1 1 o n a 1 Professional
League with 363 ooints, which was
an average of 30 per game.-This
year they are averaging 14 2-3
points per game. The New York
Giants. who, were the league
champions, led the Eastern Con-
' ferencevwith. 264 points last year.
That's a 22-point per game aVer-,
age. This season they're averag averaging
ing averaging 17: points for three games.
,..si-r';, i $''
, (Baltimore? came up with part of
the' answer to such scorinfr when
it devised a four man defensive
line composed entirely of tackles.
These i are Gino ; Marchetti, 240
pounds i Art Donovan, 265; "Big
Daddy" Lipscomb, 285. and Don
BREAKING WATER Themarlin came and showed their
stun, as this leaping billfish does here in big number during
i i Venesuelan fishing tuornament. When hooked, a marlin
" tries leaps such as, this to jet off the hook and is successful
. fjn doing: so many times.
JBy XL McCLANE v
READERS will recall our ecsta ecstatic
tic ecstatic observations on Venezuelan
fishing and hunting while survey surveying
ing surveying that country last spring. Well,
' the Venezuelans hai themselves a
martin tournament recently and
racked up 242 billfish, 90 per cent
0T them white marlin!
Coming in a toufnament depres-
: sum year, wun the great Ocean
City; Maryland, contest attended
: hv everybody but tlie marlin, and
! thfr Nova Scotia tuna tourney .. a a-gairi
gairi a-gairi proving that fish can't read
Sublicity releases'- the Venezue Venezue-m
m Venezue-m fiesta renews our confidence
''iff big game fishing:
- The national tournament was
won by Freddy Bennaroche and
oup old friend Dr. Reuben Jean,
both gentlemen taking the best in
.number and size. Inasmuch, as the
port of La Guaira is not ready to
handle international toursit traffic
. in contest quantities, .the local lads
1U r ; t
1 ) n::r
Tnvnp ?M nminds.- Even a veteran
pro line finds it extremely diifi-
cult, it not impossible, 10 siup uu
kind of tonnage when it- crashes
in to flatten the ball carrier or
pursue; th- passer.--'1-;.,;
' Pass Dtfans Expands
. TVion thorn ha ho'on an- accent
oo scientific pass defense, and the
prOS' nave aevciuyeu vuuu
like Jack Christiansen and 1 Yale
Lary, of Detroit, Mndon trow o
the Cardinals and Emlen- Tunnel
of the Giants who make it tanta
mount tit "ffivins? ud possession i
you ,try to throw in their' terri territory.
tory. territory. --U'H: :-'-'
This works out the, same way
niioao -AuhprA mnrh time has
been devoted to defense. Consider
the Southwest Conference, v. which
iwir was known as the ; aerial
nf thp rnllpeiate eridiro
tIia Tovas Appies Saturday threw
. turn And mm nlptp.1 both but let it
of that in hfd tin a Houston
Arkansas and TCU, tossed only
eight passes each.
Missouri gained only 10 yards
....Inn (n nncptflntf SMU. WhlCh
'k..,,.i tny nnv 4?. vjrds. Clem-
v r- v. vards
aon 7r-ir i ; i
naccinV thmWinf OWV I1VC BS K
passing, throwing only five, as
Lass Pass Offense,
t ctt throw inlv seven nasses m
upsetting, Georgia Tech. Dune
used only eignrpasses in svupiunS
Ricel OKianoma pua joi "'"j
ia ric in rirnnninj Texas: South
Carolina threw jonly three in whip
ping i urman no, nijouiii, iwaacu
only seven to balance the attack
in beating Kentucky. ; ,v
The loser) always could be count count-0A
0A count-0A nn to throw and throw. But
Mahraclra !nntv nitched five in be
i hoHiir,'. hootpn hv Pitt and
William & Mary passed only eight
times in Deing natteea Dy ;eii"
invited a Myimber of, foreign an angles
gles angles to fish in a separate contest,
same being won by Jhn Kyoo
vitch, Jr.. and Georne Bass.
Bass is the expert who did the
exhaustive survey work for Field
and Stream along the -Venezuelan
(nact In -thr Hav. tfi toani nf
Rybovitch and Bass tallied nine
white marlin and threr sailfish,
with John- Jr.. snaffling, the big
gest white marlin which shaded
. r. 3 I'"lt .L
iuu pounqs. au m an,, me action
was fast and furious, tor. as a rule,
you lose several to land one.
. The boats fished from four to 12
miles off La Guaira. Marun were
easily! located by following the
man-o'-war h'rs who hovered o
ver vast schools of Spanish sar
dines. Under the' sardines ; were,
as one angler put it, "universities,
not schools, of marlin.". ;
To add suspense .to the angling,
90 to 100-foot long killer, whales
competed for the herds of bait-
J right for you and get
J '.smoothest shaves ? t
- Ar :rija's r-f ezi
; n..- if. ;
NCOs AID LITTLE LEAGUE
i irnrt- K-nhh NCO Club this weeK, wiin me ureseniauon oi- a:
Malcom Grossr far right,-' NCO
tft 1st Lt John M.: Hanna, ine team nianagcr. Appreciauve xawwe w8uws: iwmii u, wc,
left totigbt,fVlctor wan, Ken Meredith, steva Stone, I Lewis, Phillips- (in front), Richard
Stone, Dicky. Sullivan and canel .Qrantham. (U.S. Army 'Photo) '''
Pro Grid Games Yet
NFL Trails Pace
The' National Football League
attracted 242,451 fans to its six
Sunday games but has fallen, al
most 50,000 Denma uie
4.nj.n. nii'D it set last seasor.
Sunday's individual crowds :
Rams Lions at Detroit, 55,914,
Browns-Eagls at Cleveland, w,
im. Pnrtv.NiinprK-Tipars at Cbica
Ai ion- Redskins Giants at
Washington, 30,086; Steelers Car
dinals at Pittsburgh, 29,446r Colts.
Packers at Milwaukee, 26s,322.
Crowd figures given out to' the
various press boxes so far this
season bring the total attendance
for the first three weens to w
Th attpnrianrp totaled 769,759 aft
o- tho first three weeks in 1956.
The vNFL drew a record total at attendance
tendance attendance of 2,551,263 last year.
Braves' Series Win
Called 'Big Break'
For All Baseball
MILWAUKEE (UP) All of
baseball got a break when the
.Milwaukee Braves defeated the
Ne Ydrk Yankees in the World
Series; said the player who starred
at the plate in me ioi tii"..'
Outfielder Hank Aaron of the
Braves, who had the best batting
most home runs and
most RBIs in the series, said:
'Wa showed all df baseball that
just by playing good ball you can
me. xt-vear-oia craves oiuk&ci
the1 23-year-old braves slugget
said Milwaukee's triumph "put an
end' to the domination" the. Yan Yankees
kees Yankees held' o baseball under man
ager Casey Stengel.
"That's going to do baseball a
lot nf onnri said Aaron.
"We especially did the Ameri
can League a favor," he said.
"The Braves set the example for
the other seven American League
teams by showing them that you
Dlav ball against tnose guys ana
vod can beat them." he said.
"We took them by surprise and
really broke them up," adaea Aa
rnn on tne Braves iour aeries yjc
tories that brought the world base
ball title to MflwauKee ana toucnea
off a wave of jubilation from
Manattan's western boundary to
the West Coast.
"I know we have a better ball
club than the Yankees," said
Aaron. "The Yankees didn't think
we had it, but we showed them -by
capitalizing on anything that could
benefit us. They outhit us but we
got the runs that counted."
Aaron had three homers, seven
runs batted in, and an average pf
jsyi to ieaa in ure wree uiubi im important
portant important departments in the Series.
Some LA Citizens
Oppose Transfer v
Of Land fo Dodgers
T.OS ANGELES (UP) A group
of citizens opposing transfer of 300
acres of valuable land :to the
Brooklyn Dodgers for a ball park
plan to start ringing doorbells to
day m an enorx 10 iorce a puuuc
vote on the issue. ? '
C. A. Owenr a' former Civil
Service commissioner, .said tne
doorbell ringers are members ot
a "Citizens' Committee to Save
Chavez Ravine lor the People.
The group was organized last
week to force a referendum on a
City Council ordinance -involving
land lor a ueager oaa, pare
Under terms of the ordinance
pased last Monday, the Dodger
would get 300 acres of land in
Chavez Ravue in exchange for
their present ball park is the city,
Wrie'ev Field, when they move to
Lotf Angeies next year, upopnents
of the ordinance' charged that the
Chavez-Ravine property is worth
far more than Wrigley Field abd
branded the .deal, was, a "give
away." : J : -Dodeef
President Walter O'Mal-
lev said the clubjieeded 300 acres
of land for a 50,000-seat stadium
he plans to build when the team
moves to the West Coast for the
1958 Season. - :
Opponents of the transfer need
nearly sz.ooo signatures from vot voters
ers voters within 30 days after the ordi ordinance
nance ordinance is published in order to
Little League baseball at-Fort
CIub manager, made the' presentation on behalf of the cluo
But not Great'
CHICAGO (UP) Terry Brennan
sizes up his Notre Dame football
team as "good but not great" and
with the worst yet to come. v
The youthful coach reminded
his followers that a rough road
lies ahead on the schedule and he
cautioned Irish backers not to get
any. notions of an immediate re
turn to the oldtime football glory
j "We're in a happy position now
and our team is much better
than last year," he said. "But by
no means does it indicate Notre
Dame is back."
Brennan made his first appear appearance
ance appearance as a victorious coach in al
most two years before a Chicago
Quarterback Club lunch Mondays
"And it feels good, let me tell
you," he said. "I always felt we'd
get going. I'm thankful that the
Supreme Court didn't repeal the
law of averages."
Although Brennan warned of the
rough competition ahead, he still
basked in the glow, of last Satur
day's 23-21 triumph over Army
when Monty Stickles' field goal
won the game.
'Vust think, if that kick was off
the- mark. I could be a bum in
stead of a hero," Brennan joked.
He said he was happy with' the
team's performance from the sea season's
son's season's start, when the Irish beat
Indiana and then Purdue.
"The team is in the best shape
it's ever been and it's a fighting
club that refuses to quit." he said.
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Kuts Sets New
ROME f UPKVlacHihtr Kuts1 of
Russia broke the world record for
the 5,000-meter run Sunday, there thereby
by thereby serving notice he will be the
man to beat at that distance in
the 1960 Olympics.
The wiry Russian, winner of the
5,000 and 10,000 meter races in the
1956 Olympics at Melbourne, was
clocked in 13 minutes and 35 sec seconds
onds seconds flat, clipping 1,8 seconds off
the previous world rec ord' of
13:36.8 set by Gordon Pirie of
Kuts registered his victory be before
fore before 10,000 spectators on the cinders-
of Rome's Foro Italico.
where the track events of the 1960 1
Olympics are scheduled to.be held
Klein To Manage
Cubs' Farm Club
In Fort Worth
CHICAGO (UP) The Chicago
Cubs signed Lou Klein as manag manager
er manager of their Fort Worth farm club.
The Cubs also signed former
National League Umpire Lee Bal-
lanfant as a scout in Texas. 1
Klein has been a manager in the
Cub chain since 1955. Last year
he managed Memphis of the
Southern Association and finished
Ballanfant, a native of Dallas,
broke in as a National League
umpire in 1936. He Worked in five
World Series and four All Star
"The Army win was a real shot
in the arm that should keep the
boys morale up for the remain remaining
ing remaining games."
New Ice -Blue
"Something nbout tHa.t mem..." & m m
' i ii-
Michiaam btate mrabs
Spdt lh UP Footfall h
';7:p1 FRANK LITSKYv
State, s rolling up better than 500'
yards a game, grabbed the num number
ber number one" spot today "in 4he weekly
college football ratings of, the
United Press Board, of Coaches.
Notre Dame and ArkAa7 tw
unbeatens who turned in last-quarter
upsets over sectional power powerhouses
houses powerhouses last week,' crashed the top
10 in the ratings by;-35 leading
Michigan State displaced Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma as the national leader for
only the second time in two. years.
iThe Spartans, who won the 1952
national championship, rolled to a
35-6 win over a Michigan team
good enough to rate No. 5 last
week. Meanwhile; Oklahoma won
its 43rd straight gartie with a 21-7
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triumph over Texas but had its
hands full. ..'..
The coaches gave M i c h i g in
State 321 of a possible 350 points,
based o n lO.'Points for a first
place ballot, nine for s e c o n d
place, etc. Oklahoma dropped to
308 points and second place. ?.
; Eighteen coaches rated Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State No. 1 while Oklahoma
received only 12 votes for the top
rating. Minnesota drew two first first-place
place first-place ballots and fowa, Duke and
Arkansas had one each.
Notre Dame, a- 543-21 'winner over
Army in the renewal of their col colorful
orful colorful rivalry, jumped from art 11th
place tie to eighth place, Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, a 20-17 victor over Baylor,
advanced from 13th to 9th place.
Michigan and Army dropped out
of the top 10.
Behind Oklahoma, shooting for
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Smart decanter bottle. Easy
WEEKLY FLIGHTS :
to Mexico and
to Los Angeles
6 to Nw Orleans
14 non-stop to Miami
Ponomo: L Street No. 5. TL 2-0o70j
its third straight national title,
came Minnesota Mip one y notch
from last week. That dropped
Texas AaM to' fourth place. -lovi x
leaped from .ninth to ; fifth. Dul
was sixth and Oref on- State xsev xsev-enth,
enth, xsev-enth, switching tnsir positions of
last week. Auburn "again w a
ranked 10th. ...S U
After the top 10 came Missis-
sippi in llth place, Wisconsin 12th
and Pittsburgh 13th. Rice and
North Carolina State were tied for
14th, followed by Army in 16th),
Ohio tate: and Navy tied for 17th,
and UCLA and Texas Christian
Other teams drawing votes were
Michigan, North Carolina, Florida, -Oregon,
Perm State. Georgia Techy'
Washington State, Texas, Dart
mouth, Arizona (Tempe) State
and Louisiana State. r
1 1 v.
1500 knen tested leading after aftershave
shave aftershave lotions. New Aqua Velv
with scent-prolonger M-10
won hands down.
A ney skin-conditioner,
Humectin, "gives your skin a
drink". .. restores moisture '.
removed by today's closer,
New feel I
New Aqua Velva refreshes fn
a new way cook without bit
tingles without sting. Now at
better drug counters every-'
where, 60 and Jl.
and San Francisco
Colon: Solos B!dg, Tel. 1C97
orce the reierendum.
V-;s; WEDNESDAY'. OCTOBER Mt. ti
; THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
: THIS SPACE IS f OH SALE : r
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V PHILLIPS Ocaantld Cottage
? Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pn Pn-ma,
ma, Pn-ma, R. d P. Phona Panama
J-1877, Cristobal 3-173.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and larga
kaach houia, on mil part Ca Ca-aine.
aine. Ca-aine. Phona Balboa 1866.
Baldwin' furniihad apartmtnM
' at Santa Clara Batch. Talaphon
Trim, Balboa 1622.
?.V FOR RENT h Spa for of fie..
'.i CompaRia da Saguro building in
, 4 Camp Alagra. Air conditioned,
t elevator, clainerman, big space
' for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
FOR RENT.- Site. Opposite Na National
tional National Stadium. Suitable for
a t r a s, offices, warehouses.
'Social and Otk
(Continued Prom Pate 4)
In Coeoli On Saturday
The General George W. Goethals
Tost No. 3835 Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the United States will hold
a benefit dance at their Post Home
' In Cocoli this Saturday night start-
'' lng at 8:30 p.m.
Z v The profits from this dance
will be donated to the Boy Scouts.
, Itfusic for dancing will be furnish furnish-."td
."td furnish-."td by Al Martin ?nd his Orches
Twelve door prizes will be dis distributed
tributed distributed to the lucky 'tickt hold holders.
ers. holders. Absentee ticket holders will
be notified if their numbers are
ticked for prizes.
The door prizes have been do-
Bated by Kaplan Insurance Brk Brk-.
. Brk-. trs, Mercurio, Casa Fastlich, Na Na-'
' Na-' tional Distillery, AbernathyS. A.,
., Brass Key Club, William Viollete,
Cerveza Nacional, Arizona Restau Restau-,
, Restau-, prant, Diers and Ullrich S. A., Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Radio Central and Peruana
' Bar and Restaurant.
WHAT DID I DO
BURLINGTON, Iowa (UP) An
Unidentified Burlington High
School student got into the wrong
line at school yesterday and was
dismissed because he had Asian
flu.. He was trying to get an eye
1954 Plymouth Belvedere
1954 Ford Country Sedan
4 door 9 passenger
Ford-o-Matie Vinyl Radio
1955 Ford Fairlane
Vinyl Radio $1995.00
1953 Ford V ton. Panel
1952 Bulck Super-Hard top
1959 Lincoln 2 door Sedan
Hydromatic Radio etc.
1953 Oldsmobile "98" Sedan
Seat Covers $850.00
' COLPAN MOTORS
1.1951 Mercury 4 door Sedan
' COLPAN MOTORS
1951 Ford Customline Tudor
I COLPAN MOTORS
1955 Pontiae 4 door Sedan
Hydromatic Radio etc
?i.5!J5.oe (.v-, - ;.r
JleL 3-7010 :
ATTENTION, a I.I Just buik
modern furnished a pail mania. I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : Furnished Mod Mod-dcrn
dcrn Mod-dcrn apartment, 6 closets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen,' porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment completely furnished, Be Bella
lla Bella Viita. Alio one room unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, Via EspaKa. Tel. 3 3-0934.
0934. 3-0934. FOR RENT: 2 badroom apart apartment
ment apartment on ground floor with in independent
dependent independent porch and yard. Fur Furnished,
nished, Furnished, $100.00, enfurnished
$80.00. Jose d'e Fabrega Avenue
No. 16, Pasadena. Phone 3 3-2411.
2411. 3-2411. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, dining and sitting room,
two porches, maid's quarter
with service, 46, street No. 8.
Phone 3-0351. Price $110.
FOR RENT; 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, ga garage.
rage. garage. Excellent location. Cell Tel.
2-0326, from 8:30 a.m. re
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom partmnt, living-dining-room,
and garag. Excellent lo location
cation location and neighborhood. Avail'
eble December 1st. Call Tel. 2 2-0326.
0326. 2-0326. From 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one bedroom apartment. Best
residential section. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: Small apartments,
completely independent. "Via
Monumento Roosevelt." Phone
FOR RENT r Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, liytngilining
room, independent service. East
86th street No. 6 San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. Near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: In best residen residential
tial residential section of Bella Vista one
room apartment (studio), fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished. $40 or
55. Call 8-6096
FOR RENT: Spacious cool fur furnished
nished furnished reom In Bella Vista for
bachelor, preferably American.
Call 3-4638 for information.
FOR RENT: Two large room.
11th street Bis No. 13-A, Rio
LITTLE 10CK James T. Kar Kar-am,
am, Kar-am, close friend of Gov. Orval E.
Faubus, in buying TV time to an answer
swer answer charges he was a principal
agitator of snti-Negro violence at
Central Higk School:
"I'm not going to be a patsy for
anybody. They (President Eisen
hower and Little Rock Mayor
Mann) are desperate.
They are pi
biting on me because
SAN FRANCISCO Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential Assistan; Sherman Adams, in
saying that U.S. space scientists
were workiqg to serve science,
not to compete mith Russia in the
'The serving of science, not
high score in
an outer space bas-
has heen and still is
ANN ARBOR,. Mich. Sen. Wil
uam t. Knowland. in imposing
an investigation into the satellite
"All of this work on the satel
lite and misiles didn't start when
Mr. Eisenhower took offic. We
have to so brick further than that
in any investigation."
as J. Hagger-
y James Hoffa for
on his cha
nces of eventualy tak-
" .... We are confident we still
will win the iUr to establish the
hohesty and integrity of the great
agent Ricliard Hoy, in reporting
that Marlon Brando's wife, Anna
(Joanne O'Calaghan) Kashfi, has
applied for permission to remain
in the United States as a perma
"She is eligible for permanent
residence and I have no rionht th
request win be
acted upon favor-
aoiy very soon
Frank Lloyd Wright, in' proposing
that, the nationjs capital move to
coivaao because Washington is
no. piace to rut
feeling we should beautify it and
preserve it. Bud
it is not annrnnri
ate as a place
jto do the nation's
' $6.00 per hundred
LEAVE rOD AD WITH ONE Of OUK AGrNTS OR OUI OFNCFS AT 13-31 "IT atlTKEl'. FANAMA. UBRRRJA rEECIAOfM-T re ACKNUAS
INTEBNAU OK PUBUCACIONES No 3 lottery Plau CASA ZALOO-Csntral Ave. 4S XODBDK8 PHARMACY IS2 I C.rr.sQullls rAKMAtl lOM-BARDO-Ne
IS W Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave I SL LEWIS 8ERVICb-Ave Tlvoto Ne. 4 fARMACIA ESI ADOS UN1DOS-.I4 tflti!
FARMAC1A LUX 14 Central Avenn HOUSKHOLD EXCHANGE I Pe. la 0a Ave. N. 4 OTO OOMT Jmla Armemena Ave. ai 3i 81 PARMAlJ.i
f Street Ne. S3 PARMACIA SX BATURRO Paraoe Lelevre
Theatre. COLON! Centre! Avenue 12,161 TeL 433
p- i lil a j n
the Bella Vlita
FOR SALE: Beautiful htfm In
the mountains of North Carolina.
Home located In Laurel, Park.'
IVl miles frtfm the town of Hen Hen-dersonville,
dersonville, Hen-dersonville, North Carolina. Lot
I Vl acres; beautifully landscap landscaped.
ed. landscaped. Two story house, three bed
rooms, bathrooms and sun parlor.
Downstair: Large livingroom,
diningroom, terraza, sun parlor,
breakfast room, kitclien fuity
equiped with stove, metal ca cabinets,
binets, cabinets, and maid room. Price
$30,000.00. For further refer reference
ence reference call Panama 354 19.
FOR SALE: 1956 fordomarie
station wagon $2000. 2491
Pyle Street. 2-3050. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiae 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, 3800 miles, one owner,
clean, excellent condition. Phone
FOR SALE: 47 Kaiser, new
transmission, battery, clean
throughout. Excellent mechanical
condition. Call Barxee at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 3254.
WILL TRADE hardtop Mercury.
Automatic shift, radio, heater.
New tires, rings valves, genera generator,
tor, generator, battery. A-l shape. Will
trade for 1955 Ooel. Call Balboa
1304 at 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge
station wagon, good condition,
first reasonable offer accepted.
Phone Chung Colin, 1800.
FOR SALE: Hot rod-convertible
Ford. Excellent running con condition,
dition, condition, radio. $185.00 Apply
IUSA Bolivar No. 7.7. Tel. 3 3-1719.
1719. 3-1719. FOR SALE: 1951 Ford V-8
convertible, new paint job, new
seat covers, best- offer ever
$325.00. Call Albrook 6268.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Tudor
6 cyl. 3200 miles. Good price.
T.I. Panam 3-1933, or Boy 52
FOR SALE: Station wagon,
1956, English Ford, 4 cylynders.
ws tires. $1,200.00. Can be
financed. Can be seen next to
National City Bank, Central
Avenue. Call 3-2594 from 5 to
1 0 p.m. today.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet pick-up
A ton and Willys jeep. Beth In
good condition. Medera San Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Central Avenue final. Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. new canon
Model V -With
F 1.2 Lens
1.1. HUM W,
Panama N. York
Gibraltar T.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-0553
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packer Shippers Mover
Phone 2-2451 Jrt2 jJ562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 4 Jumping Classes dairy
I re 5 pja. Phone 2-2451
155 Central Are.
Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
East 34th St Ne. 6-25'
Across from the Lz Theater
Honrs: 9 to 11 3 ts
TeL 3-3272 Panama
. BIRMINGHAM, Ala.
Par military etvfl errlre
ptrwnnrt mIj in C.Z. emu
phooc for tnf ormm tiom Phii ert
nrr. Grml Armt. Pbene l-7
Vtx S ai humi
FOR SALE: Glider, outdoor
furniture, plants,-, coffee maker,
portable 4 typewriter, "bambo
chair and table,' miscellaneous.
Phona Balboa 3252. House
FOR SALE Westingheuse, 25 c.
refrigerator; freexer compart compartment
ment compartment $138.00; 10 pc. maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining modernised, $275.
Crome upholstered leather pa patio
tio patio furniture, $25.00, Bribes
FOR SALE: Save money! "Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
xl2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco tr Alfararia, S.
A., Via Espafia Ne. 17-40.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Sohmer's
Baby .Grand Piano. Excellent
condition. Must be seen t ap ap-Phone
Phone ap-Phone Balboa 1751 for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. FOR SALE: 6 pc. bedroom set,
3pc. livingroom set, leaving
Isthmus. Call 3-1755 after
5 p.m. Apt. 4, House Ne, 9.
Installed In Style
By San Marinese
REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO,
Oct. 16 (UP) San Marino citiiens
made more noise and blew of
more steam at the instalation of
new anti-Communist govern
ment today than they did through
all 11 day of their "civil war."
Only the Communists were
glum. And they, stayed out of
sight to allow the Christian Demo
crats to have their .Victory cele
bration. ; ... a.
Christian Democrat f leader
Freerico Biggi led his 30 fellow
councillors across the threshold of
the Florentine-style fovernment
palace wmch the Communists had
vacated. Their entry- ended 12
years of Red ruleJ in the world's
smallest ad oldest republic high
in, the Italian Appenine Mountains,
More than 2,500 San Marinese
ammed the square before the
building shouting, singing and
waving blue and white San Marino
Another 3,000 residents Jfned the
twisting six-mite" road from the
iron factory where the anti-Com
munist government held forth
during the "civil war" to the gov government
ernment government palace which the Reds
held only to lose when faced with
superior forces Blus nressure
from Italy. s
Almost 400 vehicles were in the
victory cavalcade along the road
from the foundry to the palace.
VARNISH & PAINTS
OF FIRST QUALITY
hp 5 I
DESTILERIA CENTRAL, S. A,
1 .' Exclusive Distributora ';
I Street PABHIACU -AV-Vla rerra
. st f I i
I I i 1 a"!'' Vi
Home Articles m
rOK j SALE: Thor automatic
washing machine, -excellent con
ditien $100.00.' Thor semi-Sute-'
matit washing machine $40.00,
can be seen at -fjtrs. 49-A, Al Albrook
brook Albrook r call 86-41 19 ; after
r. :, 4
FOR 1AH: Three year eld 60
cycle Keemor automatic washer
and Sud-saver tub. Good xond.i xond.i-ditton.
ditton. xond.i-ditton. $100. Balbea 6367.
TOR, SALE -3 ever stuffed liv living
ing living room chairs, phone 2-3780,
FOR SALE Apartment' slxa t
stove 4 'burner with even, bot bottle
tle bottle gs if necessary. Also large
Estate cooking range.' Acoept
reasonable offer. Phen" 3-6895
days. 3i6435 nighH,
FOR $ ALE: Westingheuse
Laundromat, completely auto automatic,
matic, automatic, like new, used 9 months.
330-B. Albreek- 86-51 20.
FOR SALE Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES 3 months,
con on attoN' SET Friday
nvenine- Kin-. Juan. 1 and Queen,
Luisa 1. (above)- will .De, crownea
in colorful 'ceremonies at tne ior ior-mer
mer ior-mer Mechanic's 'Club, on Frahcis Frahcis-ca
ca Frahcis-ca de Ja Oss..A Venue, .(Automobile
The coronation win citmax r ies-
ta 1957,Ksp0nsere by the SUPaurs
EDiscoDal Church in its annual pa-
nh Hriua in .hirh aU thfeorea-
nization,s lind friends gi Vto paresis
are pajrticipatin;g.i .''..LS'
r unriron is scneuuien i iWb,
at' 8 o'clock and imadditioii tol doof
nri7.es and other novelties, music
will be furnished by Carol. rfirear
ves "and hi, combo.
GLIDDEN PANAMA, 5. A.
Phone 3-7711 y 3 7712
.is iimMuatt dry I.
' 1 -a '
e e tffor
wttM ysa Jrtnt BurrMihs
Bt raijitt or mixed
111 NOVEDlAPES ATH1S BesiiH
5 ; I 1
I rrnWirrc I
i 3-.ninute cat 'wash $ 1 steam
' Cleaning of motor $5, Waxing of
cars $5, Aute-BsBe. Trans-Isthmian
Highway ne,ar Sears.
For the best In, TV and electric
repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. All service
C. 0. D.
Boats & Motors
'Priced far quick sale. Mahogany
boat. 12 ft. Sin., mahogany,
complete with equipment, li licensed.
censed. licensed. Cabina fishing 1 outfit,
complete for 2. Paint spray com compressor.
pressor. compressor. Trailer materials. Phene
Many Entries Fail To Show As JWB
Table Tennis Tourney Gets Underway
The sixth annual -Isthmian
table tennis tournament got un underway
derway underway last niRht at the USO-
JWB Armed1 Services Center
with Panama Physical Education
director Gil Gonzalo Garrido
throwing out the, first bait.
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
V K J 10 9
' si ;
SJI7B58 ,42 i
Q J.10 o
- SOUTH (D)
No one vulnerable
South West North
14 Pass 2 V 3
3e Pass 4 A Pass
Opening lead 7
South's rebld 'to three spades
was questionable.. He had only
13 points in men caras ana nis
trumn suit, six cards in length,
but rather weaK.
There was nothing; ouestion-
able about North's four spade
bid. He .had an exceptionally
strong single raise to start witn.
West opened the seven of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. East won with the ten
and cashed the Jack. West drop dropped
ped dropped the deuce so that East knew
for sure' that declarer held the
one remaining diamond. Ease al
so noted that he would, have a
sure trump trick if his partner
could trump a third diamond
lead with any trump higher than
the three spot. Hence, West led
his three of diamonds. ..South
played the nine and West ruffed
with his six of trumps. Dummy
had to overruff with the jack
and now East had hi trump
South still had one ahotleft In
his locker. He cashed his ace of
spades and went after the heart
suit.- If : East held three hearts
South would have been' able to
shed both his ; cluba. v .Unfortu
nately East held only two hearts
and ruffed the third heart lead
with his king ot trumps.
Then he led a club to his part partner's
ner's partner's ace and. set the contract.
, The most interesting feature
of the play is East's lead of the
three of diamonds. 'If he had
led one of his high 'diamonds his
partner might have forog'.tea to!
ruff fn. in that case dummy!
could have ruffed with the three!
of (rumps and .declarer would!
have romped off with.tha rest of
ihe tricks. : 1
tduetothe CREAT OPENING of the most distinguished Record Store
of Panama located in
rrom' :00- a.nau
to 1 :00 n.m.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO 1
80X1211 CRISTOBAL C t.
LOST z- Young hound : jDog;
white brown spot. Between Co Coco
co Coco iolito and1 Cativa.'j 3-1633
Cristobal. ,'. :
TRUCK GOES OVER CLIFF
BLOWING ROCK NC. (UP)-:
The body of 45-year-old Paul H.
Bumgarner was found at the bot bottom
tom bottom ot a 300-foot precipice Sunday
near the wreckage iff his pickup
truck. Police said Bumgarner: ap-of
parently lost control ra the 'vehicle
at high speed, causing it to swerve
over the cliff. , r
Despite wide publicity ;-glven
to the openinsr date of the tour-
nament almost half f the play
ers enterea jn me tourney taiiea
to appear last night.:
However, 'tournament chair:
man Julio G- David has revamp
ed the scnedule to give those
who failed to show up last, night
another opportunity" ,to iplay
their first matches Monday
night before declaring them los losers
ers losers by forfeit. v
Only eight' matches were
played last night with former
Colon table tennis champion
John Hall taking two matches
in the hope of reaching the
quarter-finals in order to meet
last year's Isthmian champion
Arthur Joseph .over whom Hall
once scored ft victory in a club
tournament some years ago.
Hall took?hls first'' game from
u. Jordan, sii-io.' 21-19. in the
tiAArinJ wm m e-'tviV tt m. J.Jm1 j. j ml
win arvjs, 20-22; 21-15.
In other matches played "last
night: ohn Ng defeated A. Ham
ilton .21-16. 221-12: ohn perrv
man over Mike Guttenberg 21-3,
21-13; William Hill over plinio
Ortiz, 21-13, 21-9r" J. Griffith
over Orlando Chong, 17-21, 21 21-15,
15, 21-15, 21-16; W. Chandler over. C.
Innis, 21-18, 21-18; James Web-
V-:-.('!ifV;:i' -tC"-' vf'ST' ;'v"t
O "PABCO" LinoleuTil ;
O "ARVIN" Ironboardi & Coverg
O "VIRfuE" Dinnettes
O "MAYnELD" Talile Lamps
O "KEG-O" F.V. LAMPS
O "BATES" Bedspreads
O "pARTON" Velocipedes & Scooters
O "GILL" Chandeliers V
O "PETERSON" Hi-Chairs & ,Baby
.'Carriage ? .;''
O "VIRGINIA" nks
O "ATLANTA" Garden Furniture Metal
O "GERMAN" Dolls
; 7th Street and
.607.;; i' ; COLON.
ON WHOLE STOCK OF RECORDS
on 'Tuesday October
Central Ave. '18-21 beside
G RE CHA
Central Ave. No. 18-81
beside Cr-' 'l Tbfatre
WANTEDS Two" Salesman' T
, Must b fluently bi-lingual;' )
' experienced, f, Apply between
9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. t
, MODERNA, S. A. 96 Kodak Pa-
tie, ,' i -Hi ,k
POSITION ANTED Spanish
Cook-house, keeper English
speaking, excellent references.
Recommended for w o r kin f
mother. Phone 925-3679.' 7
WANTED: : To rent by Nertb
American family within nex tw
months,' unfurnished '.four or -spacious
: three bedroom house.
Call. Rambe, Balboa 221 1 1. .
-Small safe. Call
WILL BUY: National Dlstiler
stock, Common Shares, Tel.
ster over Tommy Kou, '21-9, 21-
i' No games were played in fcho
muuary DracKt last night
These are scheduled to begia
Monaay nigm, aiong witn the
other preliminary1 singles and
doubles matches in both brack-
ets.1.'- .- V: .v -:
taeh notice for inclusion in this
column should be submittasl in
typs-wrrtten torm and mailed -ee
the boxtnumber Hated daily in 'So- ''
eial and Otherwise," or delivered
by hind te the office. Notices el
meetings cannot: b accepted b
telephone. v-- f i k ...
The Panama". Consumers Codpe-
rative. will hold its third general
meeting on Monday Oct. 28, at the
Sojourner's Hall on "P" Street. 'y
Matters pertaining to coopera cooperatives
tives cooperatives service station and its two
food stores are the main issued
on the agenda.
The meeting" 'is scheduled
begin at 7:30.
; Bolivar Ave.
. v .,
Wth 50 Off!
TE1L TOTR FKTTNDS
THIS PANAMA AMKKICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1LX NEWSPAPER
' GEORGE WJJNDEB
THE STORT OF MARTHA WAVNE
Sense of Humor
Bv WILSON SCRUGGb
By AL VERMEEB
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1957
N.',.5, JCiBBJ AND ME PDJAT
nr t I
K.6VATOK before. iTl ninrtSi r iM tSSSrt lxV;v
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FRECKLES AND BIS FRIEND
By MERIIX BLOSSER
, SWEET AFToa,
I VAttW OW TfLL. CANT" It l'
WHY THESE LOOK. ) AL-
almost likp ) MOST
Boy, You're Bright!
By V. T. HAMLIN
I SURE..JUST RUN
AN AD IN TH
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L- "SjONiy IVE A HAVEN'T PETE 6AKE, I SUPPOSE
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StovPC WRONG WITH JZ
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIE
By EDGAR MARTIN
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"by the United Nations General Assembly against Turkish
-it said presage "imminent
A Syrian note to Assembly president Sir Leslie Munro of New Zealand said the
'situation on the Syrian-Turkish border had become "intolerably dangerous.
t "At present," it said, "there exists li actual military threat to Syria, resulting
from the heavy, unprecedented and unwarranted concentration of Turkish troops, up
Vtd several divisions, in close
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fnfa small sector and have taken
i "disposition which presages 1 1
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parently apparently been given a slogan'To
Aleppo!' which they now pub'icly
T'The Turkish delegation had no
To Prowl Again
On Hallowe'en night the UNI UNI-CEF
CEF UNI-CEF gobling will ride again this
year, according to plans JemZ
Wprtied out in some of the church churches
es churches fn the Canal Zpne. .
. Children, will dress up in their
traditional attire a"d ring door doorbells
bells doorbells as usual, except that they
Collect coins as treats for the
world's children instead of, or in
addition to, the trirk-or-treat rou-
XColleclion containcij are lunisn lunisn-efl
efl lunisn-efl by different churches where
the children later assemble to turn
ip their coins and enjoy a Hallo Hallowe'en
we'en Hallowe'en party.
.Although the money is put io
ildren and fami-
UPC A r 1 iv vwj -
lies rn many parts of the world
through UNICEF (the United Na Nations
tions Nations Children's Fund), the local
emphasis is not on the financial
aspect of the project as it would
be it were an adult, fund-rais-
.ThenCanal Zone UNICEF Hallo Hallowe'en
we'en Hallowe'en is more of a recreational,
educational, character building
activity, and details concerning
what churches are participating
will be announced later.
Wins Miss World
LONDON (UP) Marita Lindahl,
18, or Finland, won the "Miss
Woijd" contest at London's Ly Ly-ceum
ceum Ly-ceum Ballroom last night.
She edged out six other final finalists.
ists. finalists. The representatives of Den Denmark,
mark, Denmark, South Africa, Tunisia, Ja Japan,
pan, Japan, France and Israel were run-ners-up
in that order.
's U.S.A., Charlotte Sheffield
cif, Jhe University of Utah, did not
; KILLS BROTHER-IN-LAW
MIAMI (UP) A mild-mannered
male secretary was held today for
w.at police said was the revenge
slaying of his sister's husband. Of Officers
ficers Officers said 24-year-old James Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton beat John Rebar. 36, with a
crowbar as Rehar slept. Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton said the dead man had beaten
Mrs. Rebar, Hamilton's sister.
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Y., Oct. 16 (UP) Syria today demanded urgent action
proximity to the Syrian-1
'immediate comment, opnding rec
eipt of the official Syrian com complaint
plaint complaint which was submit ed to me
The Syrian charge followed
close on the heels of a warn,
ing from Soviet boss Nikita S.
Khrushchev that barely dis disguised
guised disguised threat of vr and
threat of aggression, which may
have the most dangerous conse consequences
quences consequences to all international life"
exists in the Middle East.
It came only one day after Le Lebanese
banese Lebanese foreign minister Charles
Malik declared that while his
country would adhere to the Ei
senhower Doctrine which gave it
American aid, it "certainly will
rise to the support of Syria in
case Syria is attacked."
The Syrian delegation, acting on
instructions from Damascus, ask asked
ed asked for Assembly debate on its
"complaint about threats to the
security of Syria and to interna international
tional international peace."
It demands an urgent meeting
of the Assembly's sterring com
mittee to put the complaint on the
to $ouN Exoress
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) The
general manager of the National
Association of Manufacturers has
reocted a survey shuwed south southern
ern southern business leaders are more anti-union
than their con'emporaries
in other sections of the country.
Kenneth R. Miller of New York
included the survey in a speech
at an industrial leadership lunch luncheon.
eon. luncheon. Miller said the survey showed:
76 per cent of southern indus industrialists
trialists industrialists opposed compulsary
unionism compared to 66 per cent
87 per cent of southern industri industrialists
alists industrialists are in favor of state right-to-work
laws, compared to 74 per
46 per cent of the Dixie leaders
believe employers should resist ef efforts
forts efforts to unionize their plants, in
comparison to 74 per cent through
out the nation.
82 per cent of the southerners
be'ieve the NAM should suoport
right to work legislation, while 73
per cent agreed nationaly.
"Labor should be put under the
anti-trust law or the Taft-Hartley
law shou'd be' revised," Miller
He said the events of 1958 will
be shaped by negotiations between
automobile makers and Walter R
Reuther's United Automobile
Workers, who are seeking a four four-day
day four-day week.
For Three Monlhs
A dark, curly-haired defendant
yesterday pleaded f.'uiity in the
Cristobal division of the U.S. Dis District
trict District Court to a charge of posses possessing
sing possessing marihuana, and was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to three months in jail.
Domingo V. Cantoral, who
claims he is a fruit vendor at the
public market ra Colon, was pick picked
ed picked up on Sept.i 28 tor vagrancy
near the Camp Jierd Commissary
early in the .notning.
A search revejiled that Cantoral
had two marihuana cigarettes in
his pocket. Since; he hac previous previously
ly previously been found gulltv of having ma marihuana,
rihuana, marihuana, the vagrancy charge drop
Judge Guthrie F. Ciowe, follow following
ing following the recommendation of the
Assistant District Attorney, impos imposed
ed imposed the three-mopth jail sentence
on the marihuana charge.
Red Police Tiohlen
Border To Mop
BERLIN, Oct. 1 (UP) Commu Communist
nist Communist poiice in tight border checks
today arrested Germans attempt attempting
ing attempting to expor the new East Ger German
man German mark to West Bc-lm.
Border guards Jarried out close
inspection of mototists. pedestrians
and passengers on the city's el el-vated
vated el-vated railway. I
Reports Teaching tht West said
many, were arrested. The number
The communist bress today re reported
ported reported "a great f number" of
"smugglers" werejarrested yester yesterday
day yesterday as they tried to bring new
eastraarks into Welst Berlin.
One East Berlin! woman was
sentenced to four months and four
weeks imprisonment for attempt
ing to brine 682 Kara to West
Berlin on Mondai.' the commu
troop concentrations which
Be On Guard
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 (UP) -Secretary
o" State John Foster
Dul'es said today the United States
must be on guard against a pos possible
sible possible attack on Turkey by Syria
and the Soviet Union,
But he said he does not think
an outbreak of war in the Middle
East is likely.
Dulles implied that the United
States would take the oflfensive
ag,sinst Russia if it attacks Tur Turkey.
key. Turkey. He ruled out any defensive
reaction by the United States
which would leave Russia wna
he called a privileged sanctuary.
Dulles told his news conference
that despite recent Soviet scienti scientific
fic scientific achievements, the United
States still has a very marked
military superiority over the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union.
He conceded that Russia proba proba-b'y
b'y proba-b'y has some advantage in poten potential
tial potential military activity of the future,
but he said he is absolutely confi confident
dent confident of this country's ability to
move ahead and stay ahead in the
In this connection, he said,
Russia's satellite accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment is very use ul.
He said Sputnik completely
voids comlacency based on the
idea that American superiority
is automatic and alerts the na
tion and Congress to the neces necessity
sity necessity for pushing ahead in scien scientific
tific scientific fields that may be discisive
five to 10 years from now.
As for Russia's violent propagan
da campaign against Turkey, Dul
les aaid he always teeis a mea
sure of concern when such charg
es are leveled so wildly and indis
He is fearful that this type of
campaign may be a smokescreen
to hide smothing more serious, he
4th Cuban Facina
Charge In Miami
In Arms Conspiracy
MIAMI (UP) Federal authori authorities
ties authorities conferred today on whether
to charge a fourth Cuban national
seized in an arms plot with con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to ship arms illegally to
Guido Adolfo Gonzalez de Bus Bus-tamante,
tamante, Bus-tamante, 40, was being held on a
charge that he had overstayed his
visa in this country.
Charles E. Wyatt. supervising
customs agent here, said there
was litt'e doubt that Bustamante
was the man who escaped when
o'ficers arrested three Cubans on
pano Sunday night and seized a
store of arms and ammunition.
The Cubans, in two cars and a
rented trailer, were transporting
lour anti-tank guns, more than 200
carbines and more than 20,000
rounds of ammunition southward
from Alexandria, Va., where offi officers
cers officers began trailing them.
The three originally arrested
each posted $1,000 bonds after a
lengthy hearing before U.S. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Roger E. Davis here.
They were identified as Daniel
Vasquez, 31; Adalberto Alvarado,
46, and his brother, Humberto, 34.
In RP Postponed
To Next Wed.
Because of sudden illness of
two of the soloists, the concert of
the National Symphony Orchestra,
scheduled for tomorrow night, has
been postponed until ntxt Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, October 23, at 8:15 p.m.
On professional grounds, and with
due consideration for the public,
Conductor Herbert De Castro rs
of the opinion that the seriousness
of Bach's Concertos requires the
soloist to be in best physical con condition.
dition. condition. Hence he has decided, aft after
er after a conference with the Depart Department
ment Department of Fine Arts, to postpone
their sixth and last concert of the
Reservations already made are
valid for Wednesday.
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PANAMANIAN CREWMEN on board the cable ship line up for a picture with a whale's jaw jawbone
bone jawbone which they found wrapped around the cable about 400 fathoms down while they were
grappling for damaged cable. It happened off the Peruvian coast.
Cable Ship All America' Makes Brief Call
At Her Home
By HINDI DIAMOND
A unique ship that neeSs no
sailing papers tied up at a Cris -tobal
pier today for minor re repairs.
pairs. repairs. She is the cable ship All Amer America
ica America which is based, at Cristobal,
but which spends only a total
of about a month out of each
The 310-ft. cable ship, one of
three owned by the All Ameri American
can American Cable Company, can usually
be found on the nigh seas,
where she Is on 24-hour call.
She no sooner repairs a bro
ken line off the coast of Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, than she gets a dis distress
tress distress call to rush to Lima. Her
area covers any place from
Guantanamo Bay to the
Straits of Magellan, or about
36,000 miles of underwater ca cables.
bles. cables. For this reason, the 1819 gross gross-ton
ton gross-ton ship has been given "free
practlque" which In shipping
lingo means she doesn't need
regular consular papers to clear
in and out of ports.
Now she is tied up at Pier 14
of the Industrial Bureau for mi minor
nor minor repairs. But recently she was
here waiting for a shipment of
cable to replenish her supply.
At that time, she tied up at
the same dock as the Erginn
freighter which brought the ca-
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bow to bow. j
Cable was unwound from the
bow of the freighter, over its
bow and into the hold of the
cable ship where it Is stored in
riatches. But the cable is in one
continuous roll it is never
The cable ship, which has
seen 35 years of service, has
tnree cabe tanks aboard and a
dozen large red buoys which
hold up the underwater cable
while It is being repaired.
While grappling for, damaged
ALPS PLANE CRASHES
INNERTKIRCHEN .Switzerland I
(UP) Four members Of Sswitzer
land's Alpine air rescue squad
were being treated at Interlaken
Hospital today for injuries re received
ceived received when their plane crashed
on a glacier during an air rescue
demonstration. Other planes and
helicopters of the rescue squad
rescued the four injured men, a
pilot and three parachutists.
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THE ALL AMERICA'S SKIPPER, Capt Robert Hamilton -Theaker of Plymouth, ; England,
smile as his ship hits its home port here on one of Its Infrequent visits. ; j ,':
Port, Cristobal; Sails
CABLE BTJOYs one of 12 aboard the cable ship. All Amer America
ica America rests on the deck of the ship. They are used to mark
the position in the sea when there is no" land around where
cables are being repaired.
cable lines, crewmen have come
UR WiU1 ovlllK
But perhaps the most unu unusual
sual unusual item picked up from 400
fathoms down was a huge
jawbone of a whale wrapped
around in the cable. They were
making repairs off the Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian coast earlier this year
when the jawbone was found
to have damaged the line.
British skipper Robert Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton Theaker says he isn't sur surprised
prised surprised any more by the variety
Gf objects they have
out of the sea.
'We've stoDDed counting these
things, he says with a sly grin.
Theaker has been with Ail
America for the past 18 years.
He says he gets home to his
family in Plymouth about once
every two years.
Originally the cable ship was
based at Kingston, Jamaica, but
because the company found Pan Panama
ama Panama to be more of a central
point for their repair operations,
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the All America was moved to
Cristobal about 18 months ago.
With the switch in home
base came also a changeover in
personnel. Except for British
officers aboard, all of the 61
crew are Panamanians.
Says the ship's captain:
"We're all very happy with the
local boys. They work well, we
have no trouble at all. This is
really our very best base."
And local agent for the cable
ship, C. B. Fenton and Company
seems inclined to agree.
"The only thing is," said one
of the clerks, "that when the All
America ties up here we're bom bombarded
barded bombarded with applicants 'coking
for work on the ship. Word must
have gotten around that she's a
good ship to work on, I guess,"
She'll be ready to take off Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Destination? The High Seas.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Oct.
troops aent here to enforce court-ordered Integration of the
Central High School return to their Kentucky base -today in
view of the relative eabn prevailing in this previously, tense
City. ; t -' J f
However, a spokesman for MaJ. Gen. Edwin Walker com commander
mander commander of the Army troops, said it may be "several more days
before 8500 members of the 10,000-man Federalized Arkansas
National Guard are mustered out.- 4,
Secretary of the Army Wllber
M. Brucker earlier this vweelc or
dered the paratrooper integration
froce Halved and 85 pe cent oi
the Guardsmen demobilized.
The paratroopers, members of
the 101st Airborne Division were
to fly out in giant transport planes.
They were to be trucked from
Camp Robinson, just outside Lit Little
tle Little Rock, to Little ( Rock Air Force
Meanwhile a Federal appeals
court in Virginia studied a demand
that Prince Edward County make
a "prompt and reasonable start"
toward integrating its schools.
Two Negro attorneys entered
the plea Monday in (he Circuit
Court of Apepais.
Attorneys Oliver W. Hill and
Spotswood W. Robinson III, ectr
ing for the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People, asked the court to re reverse
verse reverse a Federal judge's refusal
to set a deadline for desegreaga desegreaga-tion
tion desegreaga-tion of Prince Edward schools.
Hill said the NAACP will fight
application of a new state law un under
der under which schools, would, automa automatically
tically automatically close if Negro pupils enter
TAR HEEL APPEAL
In neighboring North Carolina,
there was an indication the drawn drawn-out
out drawn-out Old Fort school integration
case may soon be bajbk before the
The McDowell County Board of
Education Monday rejected the ap
peals of 42 Negroes from the town
of Old Fort who are asking that
they be reassigned to the White
Old Fort has no Negro school
and the country provides transpor transportation
tation transportation to a consolidated Negro
school in the county seat of Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, 13 miles awav.
The: board said the appeal was
Parai$or Sanla Cruz
Civil Defense Holds
The combined Paraisc Sanfa
CrUz October Civil Defense meet meeting
ing meeting hedl at Santa Cruz Service Cen Cen-er
er Cen-er set a record for attendance at
any traimg session, it was announc announced
ed announced by Civil Defense Headquarters.
There were 71 adult members of
the Volunter Corps and many ju
A bus brought about 40 volun volun-teeres
teeres volun-teeres from the town on Paraiso
to join with those of Santa Cruz
to witness a denjostration by Mrs.
Charlotte Kenndy, Civil Defense
Mrs. Kennedy exhibited the e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment .and supplies necessary
for rescue, for emergency sanita sanitation,
tion, sanitation, for cooking with a minimum
of water, for first aid, and for in insuring
suring insuring maximum comfort and sa safety
fety safety in the event of any disaster
which would disrupt the normal
A demostration was then given
of the new Red Cross first aid
techniques in administering arti artificial
ficial artificial respiration to an infant or
small child, and in placing a blan blanket
ket blanket under an injured person, with
the various methods of carrying
an injured person.
The joint meeting was under the
direction of Mrs. Ruby Wilson.
It was announced that Philip L.
Dade, Chief of Civil Defense, will
supervise tha annual election of
officers to be held individually at
each town during the- regular
monthly meeting in November.
iu COLlCiS ca EORTCN
THE. MOST' J
STORY OF FAITH
EVER TOLD I
16 (UP). Half of the 1000 Arnvr
rejected because It was pot made
through proper channels and be
cause there was evidence the
trans.er request was not ma.de in
good faith. v.
i A petition circulated in South
Caroline protesting the alleged
Clemson College dining haMasf
Clemson Coiege dining hl last
The petition said the Negroes
were members of the North Caro Caro-hna
hna Caro-hna State College band and ask.
ed Gov, George Bell Timmerman
Jr. to "launch an immediate in in-vestigation."
In Nashville, Tenn., DistAN
ty. Hsrry Nichol said he is' go going
ing going ahead with plans to try sag sag-regationist
regationist sag-regationist John K a s p e r en
charges of Inciting violence that
flared when first grades were
Integrated last month. The trial
is scheduled Nov IS.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused
Monday to review Kasper's convic conviction
tion conviction for contempt of court in Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, Tenn., a year ago, meaning
the New Jersey crowd-baiter avill
have to serve a one-year term.
Another Supreme Court action,
denial of Negro Virgial Hawkins
plea for admission to the Univer University
sity University of Florida Jaw. school, drew
favorable reaction from Florida
Gov. LeRoy Coib'iis described
the court's position jh the .case as
"more conciliatory and under understanding,"
standing," understanding," since it left the deci decision
sion decision in the hands of the U.S. dis
Hep Hymns Hit
In North London
LONDON fUPV Hot Wmnets.
sweet clarinets and -throaty saxa- i
phones replaced tha traditional
organ in an Anglican church Sun- 'r,
day night and played hymns 1a
swing and jazz time,
The congregation, from- all re re-ports,
ports, re-ports, was enthusiastic about it.
The Rev, Geoffrey Beairmonl
conducted the experiment in jazz jazzing.'
ing.' jazzing.' up church music at St Au Au-gustine's
gustine's Au-gustine's Church in Hi g h g a t e,
North London. . ; ?
Peter Knight, a top musical ar
ranger, adapted the hymns to
The British Broadcasting .Corp.
liked the idea so much it tele
vised the service. s?
The orchestra was made up of
musicians from some of London's
top jazz and swing bands; It in included
cluded included a popular singer and a
four-piece rhythm section.'
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tha
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
U prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
High 86 U
how 73 75
Low 66 81
(max. mph) NW-11 N-lt
RAIN (inches) .04 .M
(inner harbors) 83 85
THURSDAY, OCT. 16 -4
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