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' HOMEWARD and
" The Cosmopolitan Capital.'..;
"lei fw people feitou) the truth and, the counlryAs safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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NEW Y?RK. Oct. 17 (UP)Once aln,
-Jw' atvBi aa the
Ttt'JSioS? S-PWS appreciation poetry In
rS&r-" 8trMS 1
Airi ftti dav-llk tb flt man-made aatelUte.
t0pl? thrawi forward to the tune of an old song. Be Be-Cj&ATLtihmaw
Cj&ATLtihmaw Be-Cj&ATLtihmaw blow to the flftt ayl--ffl
owh Un?, Ready? ,oe, two. three, four...
L A6low, llttleSputnlk, glimmer, glimmer.
' Feed W the text for a spaceship primer,, ;
' ' Warn on the earth with a double whammy,,
' JMake like a moon over old Miami..
, Beep! In your meteoric glory,
. Beepl in- your polar trajectory
- Beep with a beep that is catalytic
- For better mousetraps satellite.
Whiz over black and white world nations,
" V Pond'rlng celestial Integrations;
- Shine over Ike and Orval Faubus-.
Skim! mllkyway whltewashi and daub us.
' ",Beep;Uttle'"8pUtniC orbit, orbit.
Cv iBlna ina.'Pac Nt,'-not-m;war. WJf
' let Washington with Its headlines splashy
- Ruminate on a program crashy.
Shine on the Army and the Navy;
r Khino m -.th hudeetarv srravy
Beep with the music f the spheroids;
; how the futility of vmerft wolds.
Hang In W?ky like globaT mobile
- Scorlmr us" earthklnd, you osmlc schmoblle!
Will your force that lr eentrl-fugal
' Make Mars smile or blowajhis bugle'
" .'v v''.? ,v .' .. '. ". ;
Up In the heavens wide and starry,
- Shot fr6m the steppes all commissary,
Will your diurnal time variation
Accelerate or creep like inflation?
Sputnik, ..shine with a spooning glitter,
. Mak i lovers', hearts, go patter-pitter;
Please dont tell us that love's up-gudnlk
- By the light of Jhe silvery Sputnik
' t-i it
Let's air' gather" round and 'sing... t
The' Sputnik rounde)ay, , ..
iCaivHit Target, 'Exactly
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A Soviet embassy officials h ere
claim that Russia's Interconti Intercontinental
nental Intercontinental BaUi8tic Missile is capable
el hitting a target "exactly.
Alexander T; Oustinov. first-secretary
at the embassy, also "said
the Russian space satellite is not
sending coded meassages t it cir circles
cles circles the .earth,
It was reportod manwhil
jfhat tho Soviets probably will
' JawBch a soeond ate4lit within
V.th nxt three wooks. It ex ex-1
1 ex-1 pected-to be eyen larger then tN
present IM-pound Sputnik, ee ee-t!
t! ee-t! eerdinfl to Informed foreign dip
- -Also in Washington, two Navy
' Scientists-said the original esUe
rnates- orr the life of Sputnik may
be cut in half by and "electrical
drag" -and) normal air resistance
: to the sphere."'.
.' vDr Bfthort Janfrnw and f!.- A.
Pearse of the Naval research lab-4
oratory said the life of Sputnik
may "be'-cut by a factor or two
a a result of this effect.".
Meanwhile the Air Force conced conceded
ed conceded failure yesterday in four, sep separate
arate separate attempts to shoot rockets a a-bove
bove a-bove the Pacific to a -record alti altitude1
tude1 altitude1 of from 1,00(5 to 4,000 miles.
' The Ai Force1 Ttttributed Vthe
failuresj,briinarily'' to unfavor-
tb' weather conditions. It 4 In-
Porting Oul; Trains
f. HEW a1 HI a 1 U. WU. u.iu
schedules put '.into effect early this
fall are working out Satisfactorily,
' a Balboa Heights source .said .to-
: day. He added:
a 'ADDapentlv the new tralnsllave
met with favor by the public iiM
The schedule, however' is still on
. an -experimental basis and Is sub
. ; ject to change, dependent upon use
" of. the various trains.; Vv. r-j
-The new schedule has been par par-.
. par-. tlcularly helpful to torc.muters who
! come from the Atlantic to the Pa Pacific,
cific, Pacific, side to work, f anc", for J the
' transportation of school children
- hetween Gamboa and Balboa.
'Comparisons of passenger traffic
are inconclusive because of normal
. fluctuations over brief periodsjt
.SEOUL- Korea. Oct.-It (UP)
v Three officials of the Seoul Rail-
road Bureau were ismissea tot
'. "unbeeominf conduct" today fol fol-V
V fol-V lowing their arrest 4m charges of
.stealing 10 tons of rails.
SONG mm&nrtYn Nrnnr WM mnM1r-ilfns.:i
u, nf nf "flDeclal daya,
sisted. thef were no malfunctions
in the four-stage rockets them-
lt said its scientists at the ,Eni-
Wetok Atoll nrovine Grounds will
make at least two more attempts
to tire the rockets when ; at1
mospheric conditions there imr
The Air Force's admission of
failure thus far represented a
stunning 1kw to the prestige of
American science, already dam
aged by' the Soviet; success in
launching the first earth satellite;
Although the attempt, dubbed
Operation Far Side, Was not billed
as this country answer to Sput
nikf American officials had honed
it would 'restore' at least some of
the standing of ihe iinited States
in: the world of science.
Under original plans, the rock rockets
ets rockets were to be lifted It an altitude
of 100.000; feet on a ; launchine
platform carried by a huge bal balloon,
loon, balloon, The plan then called for the
rockets to he fired to a height of
more than 1,000 miles, highest
ever reached by a man made
device. t v.
But the Air Force said 'extreme-:
ly low temperatures at Ugh alti altitudes
tudes altitudes ".have had adverse effects
on the balloon, with the Tesult that
the rockets have: not been posi positioned
tioned positioned ri operly : to j achieve, the
desired results." .MfU-
z. ' Vk;sv'. :
In two of the attempts, it said
the- rocketi were fird "in th
thope of obtaining some useful
oata." In the other two easei. it
said,- the rockets were not fired
but were brt. aayyayi'
Operation Far' Side oritdnallv
called for the firing of. six of the
huge 1,900-pound -rockets; Besides
the four used i&i the unsuccessful
tests, two others
thers' stilL- remain at
th proving groundsi- 4
. ; .-J
The Air Force did-not specify
when these two rockets would be
fired.t except te ;4ay' that further
tests must await mor favorable
weather eondithmsv-j 1 fv
it's "National Po- U H -V T J V t 'i ;
- The Federation w British In Industries,
dustries, Industries, a voluntary association
of British manufacturing firms, is
operating a plan to-sward scholar scholarships
ships scholarships to graduated engineering
students from other couLtries, so
thst they may contihne their stu studies
dies studies in the United Kingdom and
obtain specialized training and
practical A experience in British
industry. : a u. .v:.-..
More tint' 50 ; yourg engineers
from the countries of Latin Amer Amer-rica
rica Amer-rica have attended practical en engineering
gineering engineering courses .in the United
Kingdom tinder this schoolarshipi
' ; '.. 1 1 Jl 'i in mi m -inin't'ir-iT t- II I I """""
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Miro Trial Monday
All indicationa wera today
trigeerman Ruben 0. Miro and aix other detenaam. lor
th 1955 asaaasination of President Jose A. Rem6n will
eet underway Monday morning as scheduled.
- .till Kat thAra would
However, specuianon r-- -.
l j i.nn4' uihish wniiM Halav: the
be some last minuTa geveiupm.
start of tho trial. x
..u.. i.al mnv to
nnuLnoi ' -
Gracia'a right to pre.ida over,
legal technicality. . j
There was talk, however, that pressure is bing
brougp to bear -from Influential -political sources to have
D. Cfacia replaced presiding judge.
. Murce lias
Sficance on whether or not De
firaplft'will preside over tne
ffi and has linked the outcome
of it trial Itself with the s.
t'on of who will come out of K
wltt thenvat control oyer
th National patriotic Coalition
(CTW) prior to and during the
196ft presidential elections
-Some sources re of the
otrtnlon that Plt b;
ihe-icenes move ettt e
another nde for De.p
are successful, the relatives of
the late President Reuion. whe
AMiro 1 accused assassinat
ing; win wse'n
Mlros defenseas fetltestfed
These witnesses inchidcd
NS Guard hiefs BoUtar
?affino and Saturnine Floras
several1 other Kuardsmen the
warden of the Carcel Modelo,
three doctors sfnd three of Mi Miro'
ro' Miro' fellow defendants.
Defense lawyers iui w
six persons Involved in the case
nd the prosecution have also
: v,f laree number
of witnesses be summorutd to
In all It is estimated
more than 200 witnesses rtave
been listed by both the prose;
eutlon and the defense
Informed sources today pre pre-m.i.j
m.i.j pre-m.i.j tv. trial. would last any-
w;k. fmm 17 to 20 days, not
includinir the time the jury, w.ill
a..i. MartVt a vfrdiCt. '-
. According to these sources It
should take about four daysjo
read the lndicwneiu.
nt th tasttmonv designat
ed by the court, plus any Other
documents requested by the de defense
fense defense or the prosecution.
T..Mmnnv hv witnesses snouWi
take another week, according to
the same sources: Another seven
days should oe occupies
hearing of arguments from the
defense and the prosecution,
The trial Is scheduled to get
underway at .8 a.m Mondaj:
at the old LeglaUve JPalace Jn
lTrnnptii. The schedule for
.ocinns has been set' at
12.45 P-nv na
Vao rant Told
To Stav Away;
pnr hanelnsr around the Par
also Service Center where he
had no right to be, a 82-year-old
Panamanian -was found
emllty of vagrancy during to today's
day's today's session in the Balboa Mag
r .The defendant, Lionel E See
ley, alias "Bozo" Graves was
iriven a six-month sentence siis-
oended on the condition that h
Denaves nunscii m. ur v.aiii
Zone, and that he keeps out of
He has a previous ..poUca iec
ord In the Zone. ., .j,
and this year,' an: engineer
from Panama is continuing his
studies there with the help of one
lof these scholarships ..
i Once more' the rederttion is
offering -two scholarships to Pana Panama."
ma." Panama." v.s
One Is for two years, and is
intended for recently graduated en engineers,
gineers, engineers, the total cert being met
from the scholarship fund -of the
Feoerauoa, ;i y -.-
me secoua is ior esiaousneu
engineers who- wish, to follow ;a
shorter course of specialized
training, and the student is ex-
that the trial of alleged
DOatpone me inai thiiou
motion challenging Justice Vitelio de
the trial was denied on a
2:3ft to 8:45 p.m. dally and Sun-
DrAM.mit.lnn attorneys are Dls
t.rirt. Attorney Francisco Alvara
do Jr. and special prosecutors
Luis Carlos Abrahams (against
defendant Adolf o St. Mlo) and
Dnmmin ir.jic.obar (aealnst MirO'.
Defense counsel will consist of
RamonPalacios paruia lor r.ii-rti-
nullermb Marauez Bctreflp
fni st ; Main- "Luis Morales He
rrera.for Jose Edgardo Teiada
and Luis C Hernandez; Rodrlgo
Molina for Camllo Gonzalez and
tri Felipe. Juan Escobar for Te Teresa
resa Teresa Castro, y
The seven Jurora will be; chosen
fcom il list of 4040 persons whose
itames will be piacea in .iwe .poxn,
es. n&M&VSkM-&4 presiding
judge as soonvas the court is in
' Arguments by the defense and
the proseoutlon will bsvbroadcast
hv radio, hut testimony bv the
witnesses will be heard only, in
the courtroom. f,
Admittance will Be limuea xo
persons having special passes is
sued by tne coun. u ptjrns
entering will be iriSKea ior
$el For Friday ;
Graveside services forWilliam
ft. Herrick who died at Gorgas
Hospital yesterday, wur oe neia
tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the COr COr-ozak
ozak COr-ozak cemetery.
C.Mr. Herrick was 54 years old.
V Services for the American
farmer will be flonducted by Rev.
Elmer O. Nelson of the Church
nf th Na7arene 1n Ancon.
- pallbearers will be members
of Post No. 1 of the American
Legion which was instrumental
in getting Mr. Herricn uiw oot-gas.-
' ;' ry
f When Mr. Herrick was. found
by Legion memDers ne was in
and sufferlne from malnutri
tion. They started a campaign to
collect money ana cioines ior
L.- ...l.lran lmai1.an vllA mac
Tjniim in destitute
T . . in i i v
-i A Iinai saiuie wiu ue mtu
a U5. Army firing squad and an
Army bugler will play taps, v
A; native of Framingh&m,
Mass.. Mr. Herrick was employed
by the Canal organization as a
leadingman laborer in the
Mechanical Division from 1945
to 1948. He was a veteran of
World War I and also had peace
time service with, the mlltary
w After leaving the Canal Serv Service,
ice, Service, he was employed with the
TJ.S. Air Force and the U.S. Ar Army
my Army is the Canal Zone, leaving
the Utter service-: in February
1955. He also lived in David in
: He entered Gorgas Hospital
Sept. '19. -f
He Is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Hose Herrick. v,
.peeled to contribute lo his main-
. lh aoatuon to tnese two scnoiar scnoiar-hips.
hips. scnoiar-hips. the Federation of British In Industries
dustries Industries in co-operatiop with the
British Council is offering '. fditr
scholarships to the countries of
These are intended for; full full-time
time full-time university professors and lec
turers, in engineering subjects and
involve a stay of 20 months in
the United Kingdom, during which
time the student will receive
monthi academic training in
RotAL FAMILY AT EASE The British Royal family at
is Fc1MtmedTy the camera at the lake on the beautiful
grounds of Buckingham Palace in London, Queen Elizabeth
II and Prince Philip overlook Prince Charles and Princess
Ahne from an ancient bridge. The photo was taken shortly
before Elizabeth and Philip flew to Canada and the U.S.
No Bod Effects
ilinnf I ftflfl.'nenDle working for
the- Panama Canal Company-Government
have been given shots a a-gamst
gamst a-gamst Asiatic flu, it was learned
The Army reports that about 78
per cent ol their military person personnel
nel personnel recieved the "Vaccine since it
arrived in this area.
So far thr have Men no 111
effects, both sources indieattd.
Dispensaries report that nobody
has bn made TMally "'' K
though somo" people., their
arms worn slightly '' Others
claimed there wii.no reaction at
II to tho vaccines r.
The first shipment Of th vac vaccine,
cine, vaccine, made last week was distri distributed
buted distributed to the Canal Zone by the
U.S.- Army Caribbean headquar
They report that spost dispensa dispensaries
ries dispensaries have been inoculating not on only
ly only military personnel but their de dependents
pendents dependents also. ?
Children" under six years of ge
have not been vaccinated, and
those youngsters between six and
13 have received shots in "broken
The Canal's figure of 1,000 in includes
cludes includes the priority group pilots,
12 Officers Riffed
By Army Here; Some
May Enlist As 61s
Twelve Army Teserve officers on
duty in the Canl Zone have been
hit by the recent cut ir. military
expenses, and are being5' rebeved
from active duty.
About 1,500 reserve officers,
some with as much as 18 years
service, were affected nation-wide
by the military slash.
Headauarters, U$ Army Caritean
said todav that the Zone officers
and warrant officers vwh0 have
been 'riffed' include -several whose
requests for renewal of categories
had been denied.,
Many of these 'officers will re re-enlist
enlist re-enlist in the Army s enlisted
Certain officers Of the dozen a a-ffected
ffected a-ffected will be returned to the
United States for-sepEfation,' the
Army stated. '-
The men were given 60 days to
make their decisions. ,.-
liniversitv or senior5? technical ins
titucion. and 10 monthi practical
trainmg in mdustry.r" -These
scholarships include main
tenance. but students -will have to
nav their return travelling ex-
DMisei to the United Kingdom.
'Applications-for it these scho scholarships
larships scholarships for the academic year 19-58-196J
are now being, received.
Full detail may be obtained from
the Panamanian Society of Engi-
neers ana Arquitects, ranama unt-
versity. or the British Xmbassy in
1 f i
feachMS. s Wl Is" volunteers
Their program of inoculation con continues
tinues continues this week.
The Army s program also in includes
cludes includes civilian employe of the
Army and their depndents.
The Army's schedule ior inocu inoculation
lation inoculation Of dependents is as follows:
at Fort Clayton shots will be ad administered
ministered administered from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
nn Mondavs throueh Friday; at
Fort Amador from 1 n.m. to 4 p.m
only on Wednesdays; at Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Mon
days,, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. At Forts Davis ana uui uui-ick
ick uui-ick the flu Vaccine is still being ad administered
ministered administered to military personnel
and it is expected that dependents
will be able to receive their shots
sometime next week.
Panama School Kids
Hundreds! of Panama school
children from elementary
schools jri Panama City have
heen taken t' oh deluxe cumea
tours through. the Miraflores Fil Filtration
tration Filtration Plant, during the past
few weeks. ':
This week- alone, nearly 250
youngsters and six teachers were
escorted through the various
sections of the big filtration
plant and frven a lecture on tne
womngs or ine various
pumps, ana macnines.
Tne tour tnrougn me piaiu as
well as the lecture, which Is giv
en in Spanish, is handled by
Mortimer Jordan, a clerk In the
Water and Laboratories Brancn,
who exnlalns each sten made at
Miraflores in -the transformation
of raw chagres River water into
clear, pure drinking water.
The subjecs oi waier mirauou
and the provision of a pure wa water
ter water svstem is one of the subjects
studied by the sixth grade pub
lic school staaents m ranama.
and in many' schools the tour
through the Miraflores plant is
a part of this? course.
A majority r tne siuuems vis visiting
iting visiting the plant this week were
from the Justo Arosemena
School. ADoroximately 80 more
school students-from the Pedro
J. sosa school made the tour
through the Filtration Fiant tnis
Two men who were found
trespassing in the Army's dump
area in Curtmdu today faced
the Balboa Magistrate.
Both defendants, Jose Miran Miranda.
da. Miranda. 28. and Klcomedes Osoria 2J
wr riven a susnended sentence
and placed 5n ne year proba-
ty, -Panamanians were nicked.
up in the dump area yetwrday
WASHINGTON, Oct 17 (UP) Britain s captivaN
ing Queen Elizabeth II swept into the nation s capital to today
day today to one of the biggest, fanciest red carpet welcome!
ever extended a distinguished visitor. j ..'..
Hundreds of thousands, including President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, greeted her. . ...
The 31-year-old sovereign, seemingly tireless in th
face of unending ceremony, stepped from Eisenhower I
personal plane to the cheers of thousands at Washington
National Airport. ;
The President was there to greet her andlier dashing
consort, Prince Philip, and to escort them Mhe White
riouse -along the crowded, flag-decked Streets to starf a
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and a host of high mpioma mpioma-tic
tic mpioma-tic and military officials, were on
hand with tne rresiaem w
A militar band played The
Star Spangled Banner" and can can-Knmoi
Knmoi can-Knmoi a 21-cun salute s
iomed a 21-gun saiuie m
' pair stepped to .thete-itand-
..i.in-"tn TomPHTttk Henry
airport near Newport News, Vs,
after whirlwlml tow
of tho historic oarfy British sot sot-tltmonts
tltmonts sot-tltmonts at Jamostown .pnd WU
liamiburg on Virginia's Tidews-
The weather both there and her
,.,,o nuerrast. and brief ear ly-
morning showers wetted the flag
kwirpri streets ot Washington.
The parade route from the air-
. i xl DAtmao
port took tnem aiong me ruw"--!
close by the Pentagon, across the
Motnnrial Rridsfe- to the Lincoln
lurmnrioi alnna Constitution Ave
nue to 12th Street, thence along
Pennsylvania Avenue, and doubling
back to the White House.
i.amn' Dosts all along the way
bore the flags of all the Common Common-wealth
wealth Common-wealth nations from the ancient
motherland to the newest Ghana
simnB from hieh fire ladders
was a huge banner across Penn
sylvania Avenue wmcn prociaimeu
the theme ot tne aay:
"Welcome Queen Elizabeth.
The Queen and Prince Philip
promised o captivate Washing Washington
ton Washington with thoir engaging informa informality
lity informality as they did in Jamostown
and Williamsburg yesterday and
in thir four-dav visit to Canada.
They were up "early this morn
ing, despite a laie party i a u en
with Southern hosoitalitv at the
onlnnial Wiliflmshlirfi' Inn.
Surprisingly they both look e d
frpsh and eaeer to' extend the
frionHshin of their nationa.
Kiiahpth hpeao her first state
visit to America with a tour of the
historic region where- British pio-
npprs hecan new aflvemures m
froiwlnm" 3S0 vparc flffO.
The monarch and her husband
Prince Philio drove in. President
Eisenhower's bubbledomed limou
sine to the Jamestown festival
Park after a flight from Ottawa,
At tho ravored site ntar the
banks of tho James River, tho
smiling Quoon told ehooring
throng that "I eattnot think of a
more appropriate point for us to
start our visit to tho United
FIRST ENGLISH COLONY
It was there in 1607 that a hardy
band led by Capt. John Smith es established
tablished established the first English-speaking
colony in the pew world.
The Queen said the observance
of the 350th anniversary of its
founding illustrated the saga of
the British Commonwealth and the
"In essence they are both sto
ries of experiments and adven
tures in freedom, sne saio.
Elizabeth and Philip were ac acclaimed
claimed acclaimed .by an estimated 10,000
persons as they srrived st Patrick
Henry Airoort from a gruelling
four-day Canadian visk.
After a 25 mile 'drive through
the autumn-tinted countryside of
tidewater Virginia, the royal cou-
Ele reached swampy Jamestown
(land, the cradle of colonial A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. Another 30,000 to 40,000 specta
tors were on hand to greet inem
at tk morf-mitic navilioa whkh
serves -as headquarters for the
.. Mat Qwn tpci dainrth;
holmots, hroastplatos and baggy
pants of tho 17m century pre
sentsa arms '""l. -."'! y
' COUPLE SIGN REGISTER
She and Philip inspected a copy
.r tk. 19QB Maims Carta. Which
she had loaned to the festival.1,'
Tho nnpn rpcistered. at tbe-pa-
vilion as Elizabeth H., for Regl-
sa) and the handsome pnneeoign- mi
ed simply a Philip,.',
- a m. Mink, IW trmc t tfrn
Ottawa, got aea on inm
side of smmon by pushing
aide Gov. Thomas B. Stanley of
Vlrginli so1 they could got hot
"Excuse mo," said tho star
As was the case six years ago
when Elizabeth, then a princess,
and Philip visited the United
States, the prince was the subject
of much comment among womea
The royal couple will leave,
Washington Monday for New. York
where a ticker tape parade and a
sight seeing visit to the Empire
State Building are planned, s
Radiant the adjective used,
most often in describing the Queen
still was the word for Elizabeth.
She was decked out in a .coat,,
dress and hat of blue, a favorite
color but one she had shunned so so-far
far so-far this trip.
"I know that we are going to
have a wonderful time,": she told
the airport audience.
It was unavoidable that '. sh.
land at an airport named for tho
Virginja patriot whose "Give mo -liberty
or give m death" hlp -od
spark tha revolution against
the rule of hor forebears.
Bot in touring tho area, ah
was tactfully spared a visit re
noorhy Yorktown, Va w h r
Lord Corn wa His, tho British -commander,
surrondorod to rho
rag-tag American Army. .' v.
AIRPORT JAMMED X?Z
Crowds, which included tourist! v
from as far away as California,
jammed the airport, the James,
town festival Park and the streets
of Williamsburg, former Virginia
capital, to see the Queen. .-,';
The 50-piece Army Band boomed
"God Save the Queen" and a fours r v
gun field artillery battery thunder- 1 1
ed a 21-gun salute of welcome.
The spirited strains of "Bntania '-Rules
Rules '-Rules The Weves" accompanied
the Queen as she went through the
familiar ritual of reviewing tho
Clapping and cheering echoed -across
the Virginia scrdb pine as
Elizabeth walked toward tho ;'
crowd. She responded by -.raising -.
ber hand and smilieg. Prineo
Philip walked several paced be be-hind.
hind. be-hind. j '
GREETED BY GOVERNOR ,
The Queen was greeted by Vlf
ginia Gov. Thomas B. Stanley;
Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr.,' U. S
chief of protocol, and a dislin -quished
arrav of oilier British and
A corps of moie than 300 pre.(.
radio and' television reporters and
photographers dogged her foes-
steps, unintimidated by the g'.rrt
that Prince Philip directed
cameramen ia Ottawa Tuesdjy
As rho Ouooa passed -down tho
receiving lino, .tho Englishm
bowed end thoir wives curtsvi,
tho Amoricans simply rv- J
and oxtondod thoir henrft.
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that fall short of b'"9 t
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TO INI VtAK IN ADVANCI
tHE MAIL BOX
PANTS AND PRETTINESS
This Is tn ooen letter to a little spunkle teenager who. I be
lieve, is a pretty sharp cookie; judging from her letter to the
v Mall Box.
- Honey, (I forgot how you signed your letter), would you
read your letter to tnc Man box in aosuiuie privacy, au Dy your yourself
self yourself and really consider It in good taste?
'' I Is read and eluded an osmosis of cold, standoffish, and
somewhat sang-iike suggestiveness, which is not at all in keep keeping
ing keeping with the ideals and fond hopes of modern-day parents.
1 Perhaps your parents are in the younger and more lenient
category but young gal, I'm not concerned about your broad broad-minded
minded broad-minded and ler.ient parents I'm concerned about you and all
' the other adoraDle Teenage girls who have oecome participants
In an outlandish and visually repulsive lad.
I'm a homeoody now, busy with my household and three
iweii. kids, two oos i schooi and a girl aged three. I've given
a la oi thought to you Kias in tne Teenage group wno nave
acquired, through fad, the 'stage door strut" and the furtive
sancster slouch (the former executed by the female Teenage;
-the latter by the male). It's been going on for quite somstime
now and it seems to get more Dizarre an tne time.
If onlv vou coulu see how you appear in the eyes of the
general public perhaps you would give some serious thought
to your tuture apparei.
- All you cute girls who dress in tight levis and a shapeless
long shirt are only labeling yourselves as memDers or a Dun
Headed, arrogant, and thoroughly uninformed group.
, Ytou attract unlavorable attention and derogatory com
znent. no little! Your very persistent reproach of public disap.
firovdl through the Mall Box and elsewhere, no doubt proves
that you are intellectually aware that the clothes fad you avidly
nave adopted is out or tne ordinary and not in tne oest taste
You Teenage giil3 are so lovely and poised and most of you
are beaunful in physics ieatures ana so natural in personality.
Why not enhance your charms? If you are wise you will go back
rtp wearing dret.&es and enhance your femininity. A dress, plain
Or extravagant doesn't matter, It's what's In It that counts.
You grls in levis, tight or roomy, have acquired a special
walk or strut xvnicn is Doth comical ana very sen conscious.
Fleise tell us non-understanding folks, why or what is the
purpose of your present ridiculous clothes fad? we d surely like
to know. I was a kid Gurme tne Charleston era, Dut I must ad
jnit, the girls aiways looked like girls. I honestly believe that
only the extremely masculine remaie would have rorieited ner
sparse femininity in lieu of skintight levis and sloppy oversized
snirui as you cute do;is are aoing today.
J Tell me, has any of ycur immediate family, friends or ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances complimented you on your "good" taste in attire?
Have thev. aiter nontelv and discreetly sizine you ud and
dbwn. told you that you ccitainly look nice or that you certainly
stack up ? tsei trere isn't anyone wno nas. Honeyi
Bi an individual, and dress in feminine attire, as you were
meait to. Plain or iancy. make the most of it. Your strut will
change to a poised and self-assured walk, because you'll know
ypu look good, and just as we all want you to look.
Without saying the male levis, long sideburn set has had a
measurable efftct on bringing about the tight lev! fad in girls.
Let's not bring, up oiids of a feather," but it certainly fits.
Don't be hitter towards the critics you really haven't seen
ySJirselvts. Staling that it is none of our business, or that we
snfmid mmd same, win only increase your bitter aloofness to toward
ward toward coastructive criticism and convince the -rest of us that
Kdli do indeed need special enlightenment in becoming the nat naturally
urally naturally jfemihipe ard lovable young woman that I'm sure you
really tre. s C A
' rormer Rockett
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON NEA) Any
country flirting with nationalizing
its industries and adopting more
socialistic or communistic form of
government economy would do
well to study the Argentine.
Samuel C Waueh. oresident of
the U.S. Export-Import Bank, in
issuing its report for the year,
points out that 15 years ago the
Argentine had a gold and dollar
reserve of more than 1.6 billion.
It was solvent.
Then along came Dictator Juan
Peron and Evita, nationalizing and
socializing everything in sight.
They emptied the treasury.
Ptron paid British interests
tht equivalent of 900 million dol dollar
lar dollar for tho Argontini railway
system th-ay had built and epor
tad. Tha purposo wst to drive
out roiuisn capital, make the
railroad Argarrtlrto-ownad and
"Ach; I Feel.Conspicuous''
TODAY, SAYS WAUGH, who
recently returned from' the third
Inter-American economic confer
ence in Buenos Aires, the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine railroads are in such bad
shape they can't haul the coun
try's farm products to markets
lor domestic sale or export.
The country was as devastated
as though it had been through a
war, says Waugh.
Today the provisional sovern-
ment of Maj. Gen. Pedro Aram Aram-buru
buru Aram-buru is trying to put the country
back on its feet. The first big task
is to re-establish financial credit.
Dr. Mauricio Yadaroli. Argen
tine ambassador in Washington,
says Tree enterprise has now
heen restored in his country and
that future investments of foreisn
capital will operate under every
safeguard, me Argentine, he says,
needs all the economic cooperation'
it can get from North America.
-i- : '.y ,:. ; '.
Z We think Mrs. Zilch'g If that is her name) letter (Mall Box,
Oct 8) was extremely unjust to the majority of Canal Zone
Tgfcnagers. She makes her point quite clear, and it does apply
toasome of us. Wearing levis and acting sloppy is just a phase a
lot of us go through. We know from experience, because we used
tobe the same way. But now we prefer bermudas, etc.
About tne article rrom "Motner no. i" we'd like to thank
hfjr very much for her aef ense. She expressed exactly the way
? Mrs. Zilch has it wrens: about the five cirls tearintr th
man's shirt off slmpiy because he happened to resemble James
Dean. They took pictures of him (with his permission) and
tatked to him. if i were Mrs. zilch I'd refrain from making
cutnmenis on urngs i &uew aosoiuiiy nutning aoout.
Is there anything wrong with girls, dressed in the clothes
ofjtheir choice, and boy, seeing the late show at Diablo? She
complains about seeing kids in Panama, and complains about us
oeing at tne late snow, where does she want us to be? At home
lrbed by nine o'clock? If you can remember anything at all
about being a Teenager, she can probably remember wanting to
conrorm to me gang, ana was snenn Ded every nignt Dy nine
The problem of some place to go will be Improved to our
satisfaction with the new 1 een Club. Did Mrs. Zilch buy a ticket
tofrtne 'Teeno Bail" to help support H?
Z, We think she Js cut of line writing such articles without
knowing the trrtt. We also wish she'd mind her own business.
Ste can criticize the Teenagers when her own children become
that age. Now let's hope this puts an end to all the controversy
ofcr Teenagers. Well, till next time, this is station PTCZ (Proud
Teenagers of the Canal Zone) signing off with our favorite com commercial;
mercial; commercial; "Look Happy, Be Happy, and Wear What You Want."
Two Proud and Happy Teenagers
JOBS IN PANAMA
Z I saw an item in the Pulse of Panama which said the Min Minister
ister Minister of Labor, Health and Social Welfare had reported there
are 45,000 men out of work in Panama. What's the matter that
she can't find work for them. There's plenty of work in the
republic, if she wanted to look around for it. Why doesn't she
make up gangs say 10 men each and a foreman and put
thCm to work cleaning all government properties within the
city limits. In this way she could make the city look like a
- decent place in which to live.
CANAL ZONE WAGES
. What Is the minimum rate of pay for employes of steam steam-8h,
8h, steam-8h, oil and cable companies on the Canal Zone? Imagine a
TJSrOwned company (in this case a cable company) paying its
employes $50 a month.
,4 Is there no agency any more to enforce decent wages on
th Zone? Working conditions in some of the large firms there
arC worth Investigating. But it seems the local unions do not
try to clean up the situation because the companies are not
cohered by either the canal Zone courts and laws or the Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's Courts and laws.
2 A Victim of the Setup
FOR ITS PART, the Export-Im
port Bank of Washington has ex
tended a 100-million-dollar credit
to the eountry. Some 56 millions
have already been released for
purchases of much-needed railway
equipment. The rest will be allo
Additional loans will bo made
to help rivtr transportation, port
facilities, roads and new buses
for Buenos Aires. Some of the
moroy will be used to finance
private enterprise salts of con
struction equipment from U. S.
Profit from this nnef Argentine
summary could well be taken by
the people of India or Egypt or
ny other developing country, it's
the fashion to call them-develop
ing countries' now, instead of un-
deideveioped or less-developed or
Delegates from 63 nations to the
annual meeting of the World iBank
in Washington could study this
Argentine case to advantage. So
could delesates from 82 countries
to the United Nations General As Assembly
sembly Assembly in New Hork.
Walter Winchell in New Yorl
The rhythms of time have touch
ed another crescendo. Zephyrs
hum love songs and the ballet of
clouds was never more graceful
"The West Side Story" has con
quered the town. Fall of magic
and music ... Tho Rockefeller Pla Plaza's
za's Plaza's gardens are displaying their
Muiti-nued wonders. ..Joe E. Lewis
is full of the devil at the Copa. Sly
and smiul ... The silken whispers
and satiny swish of first-nighters
The foliage bordering the West
Side Highway glitters with gold,
russet, brown and yellow. A leafy
conflagration... Tryout-town reports
about Lena Home s chantalizing
performance in "Jamaica" .The
sky's beautiful clarity. Peer intd
the blue-blue space and you are
touched by its hypnotism.
THE LESSON OF THE ARGEN
TINE has apparently impressed it
self on most of the Latin-Ameri
can countries. For at the recent
economic conference in Buenos Ai
res there was far less clamor for
establishment of a regional, Lat
in-American local currency hank
or a common market plan for the
There was a growing realization,
says Waugh, that enough dollar
capital is now available to take
care of Latin-American Industrial
expansion as fast as it can be ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed and as fast as the coun countries
tries countries can develop managerial
brains to handle it.
Previous demands that the U-
nited States establish a giveaway
program for Latin America have
As one finance minister told
Waugh, "How can we expect the
United States to solve our prob
lems when we haven t yet put our
own financial houses in order?"
SANCTITY OF THE MAILS
1 aCanfc at fViavrao innsorsit Ha4l Qnv lf a In wIiIa! TMcrii-
c5complained that his mail had been tampered with in a ca carat
rat carat Zone post office. Now my mall too has been tampered
wiJu The contents of a business letter were revaled by one
cfihe clerks. There have been grocery lists written on the cov cover
er cover of my magazines. It is a shame that the postmaster does
T..I get wise to whoever is responsible for these wrongdoings.
Mother Who Lacked
Garbage Can Lid
Calls Jail Tough
NORFOLK. Va. (UP) Mrs.
Lavina Barr doesn't think the ab absence
sence absence of her garbage can lid was
serious enough to land her in jail
'with all kinds oi women,"
Mrs. Barr. whose Navy husband
is at sea, registered a resounding
comolaint with the police depart
ment giving these details:
JjBSi weeK ins rccciveu a iuiii-
mons made out to her husband.
C. Barr, ordering him into court
for failing to keep his garbage
can covered. She mailed the sum summons
mons summons to hubby.
Friday, she "said, a policeman
confronted her. in a supermarket
with a warrant against 'C. Barr."
"I told him I wasn't C Barr,"
Mrs. Barr said, "and he wrote
'Mrs. in front of the 'C. Barr'
and put me under arrest and took
me in and put me in jail with all
kinds of women."
"I spent a miserable night.
Some of the stories those women
told were horrible. They laughed
at me because I was a little
housewife in on a garbage vio violations
lations violations charge."
She said neighbors, not know knowing
ing knowing what had happened to her,
took her two young children in
for the night, then located her
the next morning and paid her
$10 fine and S3 court costs.
Pnlir Oiief HrnlH Andefaoa
promptly ordered an investigational
The quickening pace in market
places and centers ofentertain-
places and centers of entertain entertain-pulsations
pulsations entertain-pulsations while coomg "The Par Party's
ty's Party's Over" in "Bells Are Ringing"
... All of the city's sounds seem
sharper and clearer. The metal metallic
lic metallic throb, the skid of tires, the stea
dy shuffle, the human noises which
pass for conversation. The cons constant
tant constant clang and roar .. .Emotional
spirals whipped up by Fredric
March and Florence Eldridge in
"Long Day's Journey Into Night"
... Beekman Place's garden ter
races sprouting charm. ..Leaves in
the parks skiing down slopes, leap leapfrogging
frogging leapfrogging across lakes and taking
free rides on the tail oi a oreeze.
Lady" audiences enchanted by
bursts of happy Sounds ...Bowery-
ues walking through beautiful days
marooned on an island of per personal
sonal personal tragedy ... The sounds of
Autumn: Dry leaves crackling,
creaking branches and swaying
trees rocked to sleep by the lulla lullaby
by lullaby of the winds.
The Street of Lights conveying
its unique music. Lights and sha shadows
dows shadows are its instruments. A nerv
ous, bewildering tempo. And
strangely beautiful ... Moonlight
flashing across the Hudson's blue blue-green
green blue-green waves ...Greenwich Village's
traditional outdoor art exhibits. An
impressive array of colors and i-
magination ... Roz Russell's hflar
ious rocketing in "Auntie Msme"
... Times Square s midnight jam jamboree.
boree. jamboree. King Frenzy rules the night
... The sleeping beauty of suburbs
... Tenement kids playing stick stick-ball
ball stick-ball in the streets ... The wailing
of zoo tenants in the dark of night
The happy fusion of Summer s
epilogue and Winter's overture:
The afternoon's warming touches
and a tmge of frost at night.
cliffs proudly majestic in the Au Autumnal
tumnal Autumnal sunshine. They are com composed
posed composed of cooled volcanic reck ...
The tingle of cool days and the
magic of clear nights. There is
more spring in steps and hearts
beat faster. This is the singing
climax of the year.
WASHINGTON The Russians
are not only (serious about space
travel, but expect to fire the first
rocket to tne planet venus oeiore
1867. ,- f ..
This Is the conclusion of the A
merican Technical Review Section
which analyzes U.S. technical in
telligence from behind the Iron
The Soviets first Plan to shoot
researcn rockets to the moon con
tainina tiny "tank laboratories
tilled with instruments to survey
tne moon s surface.
Later, in the 1960's. the first
rocxeis wiu oe iauncnea to venus
i no first vonus-bouncj rockets
will also be unmanned end will
skim over the planet's surface.
Instruments Inside will report by
radio-television whether there is
lite on Venus.
Soviet scientists hooe to develon
te.evision to the point that it can
transmit actual close-up pictures
vi veuua tijr mi,
The Russians have heen atran.
ping dogs inside their research
rockets and shooting them into
space to determine the eLects of
space travel on ammal life.
They have also established an
institute oi cosmo-biology in Le Leningrad
ningrad Leningrad to study the nossihilitv nf
human travel to other planets and
tne lorm oi me that already exists
While the Russians were work.
ing actively on interplanetary trav
ei, secretary of Defense Wilson
discouraged Pentagon scientists
from planning experimental fights
io tne moon."
Artists sauatting on camp chairs
near the waterfront briskly sketch sketching
ing sketching ...Gwen Verdon's energetic torso-tossing
in "New Girl in Town"...
Birds scaline the blue heights and
pigeons frolicking on St. Patrick's
lawns ... Model boat races at tne
Conservatory Pond in the Park ...
Tourists gaping at the magnmcent
ares and extensive curves of tne
skyscraper panorama ... "My Fair
TRUST TO DISTRUST
PARIS (UP ) Japanese engineer
Kitano Hiroo was tjuickly trans
formed from a trusting soul
to a doubting Thomas. A
stranger offered to look alter Hi
roo s luggage in a notei eievawr
until the engineer got to the loDDy.
When Hiroo arrived, the obbgmg
stranger and the luggage, mciua mciua-ins
ins mciua-ins 11.200 in travelers' checks and
a round the world plane ticket,
, O Britannic Jr. Eneyelopeoi
The nation's capital dty
Washington, DC, is unlike
any other city in the country
ia that it is not allowed to
borrow money or sell bonds
for needed improvements. It-,
must pay as it goes and Its
books must be balanced every
year. All money spent by thV
city must be approved by the
United States Congress, andr
elnce the taxes collected in the
city are never sufficient to
meet expenses,. Congress must
also provide anyadbonl
The Sardi's gab, about the sea
son's forthcoming shows. Aspira Aspirations
tions Aspirations are riding high ...Fifth Ave Avenue's
nue's Avenue's grand perspective: Immacu Immaculate
late Immaculate glass reflections, granite arch
es, and bursts of ornamental de
signs. See it a combination of stone
and sky and it is a memorable
tapestry ... The Royal Ballet at
the Metopera fascinating those
who are pushovers for toe-and-torso
diversion ... The Mdseum of
Modern Art's private garden bright
with visual poetry ...The Bronx
Zoo's hummingbirds being fed
honey with an eye-dropper ...The
waterfront skyline's soaring mag
nificence. Towers shimmer like
flaming swords thrust toward the
heavens. The aerial grace of the
pinnacles constantly renew a
The great democracy of nature
sharing its miracles with rich and
poor, the jungles and cities ...E ...E-thel
thel ...E-thel Merman whamming across
her bouncy arias in "Happy Hunt Hunting"
ing" Hunting" ... Strange folks from the
Planet of Baseball. The ball park
is another world. The immense or orchestra
chestra orchestra of the crowd is perfectly
attuned to the game's movement.
An emotional chorus gay and
discordant ... Youngsters roller roller-skating
skating roller-skating along Riverside D r i v e's
paved paths ... The remarkable
advance sales being roiled up Dy
incoming shows ... A bright spot-
ight of sunshine focusing on the
shaDtw pues oi Mam ttem arcu arcu-tecture
tecture arcu-tecture ... The commonplace mir
acles: Dawn and dusk, seasonal
transitions, the glint of dawn, the
glory of stars and fallen leaves.
Chess players on park benches
lost in concentration ... Ann Todd
collecting the, valentines of review
ers for her performance in VFour
Winds" ... wind wliiuDed waves
at Coney Island roarina and crash
ing upon the shore. Lacing beaches
with a foamy embroidery.., The
World Series debates among fans
Twilight's brilliant vellow fire
on tne nornon extending its beams
ffrom nowhere into eternityt5 Re-
nearsais' in empty theatres. A
single huge bulb glares on the strip
pea stage. .Players, playwrights
ana producers are toiling and do.
lishing. Out of such rigorous ef-
lorts may, come the shimmer of a
hit or the twinkle of a star... The
town's restless energy is being re renewed.
newed. renewed. You can see it, hear it,
A colyumist who has known the
city intimately for so many years
can easily record its uniquely won wonderful
derful wonderful aspects: The soaring struc
tures, milling streets, the Broad
way lights an the people. Imagi
nation is a great composer and
constantly plays back the vivid i-
magery of experience. The myriad
sights and sounds of a Bis City
Autumn have become a part of
our personal symphony. And the
melody of New York life strikes
its most responsive chords when
the voews of Spring and Summer
are fulfilled... For the beauty and
nromise of Autumn inspires new
hopes and restores eld dreams.
The lengthy human chain linked
to the Music Hall box-officers ...
The charm of midtown when mid
night's jungle tempo is replaced
by the waltz of dawn. Broadway
is strewn with paper remnants of
the carnival. The million glitter glittering
ing glittering eyes of marquees have been
blinded. The superficial joiuty of
the night has been defeated by
serenity ...Lindy's continuous show
co-starring Hustle and Bustle ...In
the Plaza forecourt, the Pulitzer
Memorial a fountain of abund abundance
ance abundance imoressivelv erect. Shallow
nools, tiers of basins and a bril
liant array of posies. Beautiful ...
When Autumn's cool winds -come
lauehing and gay. the citv Is full
of sorcery. And life becomes vi vibrant,
brant, vibrant, wsrm and desirable.
The marble and aluminum gran
deur of the United Nations edifice
radiates solar fire and creates an
almost mystical sura ... Joynts are
iumpin' and Birdland. as always.
is Real Cool ... There is increased
activity at the ports. Ingenious
machines are in action: Massive
escalators, giant cranes and float-1
ing derricks briskly handle the
cargoes The tangy perfume of
burning leaves. The off Broad Broad-wv
wv Broad-wv nlavhousei'ire hrimmine' with
plsns and. hopes The Palisades
Hp'II ho QIIIIJC vnnl
iv aa mv vyuiM jwua
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NAZI WAR CRIMINAL HAILED
If VOU want tn .a at infn tha TTni
ed States, it makes a difference
whether you were sentenced to 12
years tor manuiactunng Nazi
aims zor Killing American troops,
or if vou were spntpnrpH tn onlv
six weeks ,for stealing $25.
in tne tirst case you enter the
United States and Pet vnnr na
ture featured nn tha frnnt nm. nt
m the latter Case you are bar
red from the United States Kir At
luruey uenerai Brownell,
The two cases are that of AWed
KVlirm vrtn TtnMiai. I-T 1 V, u .1
ft" wuim iiaiuumif lilts
big Nazi industrialist, member of
me mazi party, ana iriena of A-
dolf Hitler, whn ant 19 voire fry
plundering the industries of France
and Belgium an9 using Jewish
siave laijor to manutacture the
weanens of war.
Latterly, he became friendly
wun neury iuce ot lime, and was
aamittea ta the United States des despite
pite despite a lawhich bars "aliens who
me, or at any time have been
members ff any totalitarian par
ty of isnv fifnreitfn stata
The other case is that-of Gertrud
Baver. a German trirl wkn .nt.
ed to come .to the United States to
marry an American GI. In 1952
sne naa oeen convicted of forge forgery
ry forgery involving $25. She returned the
money but got a six weeks', sent sentence.
ence. sentence. She was barred from the
Attorney General Brownell, who
barred her, is a great friend of
Henry Luce. He rlmitfri KVunn
- ... UUI,
the munitions maker. He barred
ueru-ua nayer, tne German girl.
BROWNELL'S OFFICE DODGES
When this rohimn
jui,l l.l4 lUi
Brownel's Justice Department as
to Whv Kruno was marls an av.r,
tion to the law, we were referred
to the Immigration and Naturali Naturalization
zation Naturalization Service where a Mr. eaton
explained that Krunn .rimit.
ted under section 212 d-3 of the
waiier-MccarranAct, which gives
the Attorney General the right to
Waive the law in nrrier tn
mit the temporary entering of an
such "contro's and safeguards" as
the Attorney General chooses to
"What controls and safeguards
did Brovnell establish in tha pacA
of Krupp?" Eaton wai ,.-
1 aon t Know," he replied.
Eaton was then asKe ,... sec
tion of the Walter McCarran Act"
had made Krupp excludable from,'
the United states in the first p ace.
!'I doubt if I can tell you that
because it was based on vuu.f
tial information and I doubt if w
want it in the press," Eaton e-',
plained. . ,m..v'4 t
"Furthermore, we don't h a
the file," he said. "It was shippej'
out to the field office after the del;
cision was made." '
"Where is the field office?' y
"Wherever Krupp entered tos
"Well, then, where did he en-
"I don't know," said Eatonf lt
might nave been New York.",
"You're saying you don't have-
thn file heranse it was aent tn thh
place Krupp entered the country.
ineu you turn arouna ana say you,
rlnn'f- lrnnur wherw h nfrif... fh
country," Eaton was reminded;
now can i pen you wnen i oobt;
have the file and don't know where
he came in?" he insisted.'' irv
"Well, somebody must know.
Whom should we talk to to finif-
out?" a .
Eatpn, left the phone and confer
red with Assistant commissioner.
Leland W. Williams, i r
, "I've talked tn the acct.tant Mm
missioner and he says we're notf
giving out any information," dec
lared Eaton, ending the question
'What is your first tamep" h"
He reiused to give it.
The Germ an ffirl nartruf TlaM..
er, whom Brownell would not adi
mit to the TTnltait statac nn
won the sympathy of Congressmaa
"-j.no nays, uemocrat of Ohio,
got. a private bill passed for hetv
ft nermita har t rf u. tti.i
ed States to marry her boy friendl"
uuv uuiy iur uiree montns.
Canarfian Prima. HAririi... tsi
zabeth during her Canadian visit
that She flnnnint her ciot. r:
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cess Margaret, as Canada's first
woman Governor General. He ar argued
gued argued this would hinil n - JtJ
closer to England. The position ot
uvvciuor is cnieny ceremonial.
The present Gov.-General, yih yih-Cent
Cent yih-Cent Massev. mnvie .at t..
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mond Massey's brothet, will finish
iija mui nex.1 year ... uuf iNation.
al Chairman Meade Aimrn
to make the Little Rock crisis i:
campaign issue next year.' He is
ueaoy preparing campaignlitera campaignlitera-ture
ture campaignlitera-ture blaming the Dam
the Little Rock nots.;.U.S. SteeT
Corp chalked up record high pro-S
fits for the first eiv mnnth.
1957, 1 per. cent higher than last!
Even bictrer nrmfit. are
ed for tnp last iv mnnthe nr
wiim ui iiaia I
year uue utile recent boost, mi
steei pnres,- whirh the steel com-i
panies? contended was necessary to?
KeeW file Wntf irn,n thaia
One- Teaxnn tha, a.tinn.l
budget is h'llcin it Tha rrnn. n.
partment is the Wggesf user of
steel.. .".WialijoH". hikn...
be tha navf !t4iM J tr m
that if we had privately qwned
ouceis sua nignwiays "operated as
a Drivate enter nrica tho 1
of traffic congestion "would nev!
nave arisen ana would be self."
SOlvins?." ... Pntaa'U .u
i - --".so ucc rave-
lopes of Sen. James Eastland' of
Missisippj are Being used by The
Christianform, 2200 R Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. It's against the,
law for a Senator to farm: out bia
MADRID. Snafu TTPA At A
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hullfiehtintr rtni? tn. hnw hi vai,
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in the tme and an eMerh, attAj.
lilt H1I IrilloW whan k..n 1
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ed the fence into the Jisrrow nn!
man s-iand petween the stands'
and ring, s ;
Music to Remember
Answer to Previous Puzzle ;
12 High not of
14 Operatic solo
26 Baked clay
II At this time
23 Musical work
24 Man's name
20 Frocen d assart
32 Unruly fellow
33 Meat indolent
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7 Compass point
17 Slow to
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, PAGB TBRE3
hers Deny Race Tr
ATLANTA (UP ) Southern offi officials
cials officials vehemently denied today
mat racial trouble are, slowing
down tne regions mausinai ex
If 'anything, said an industrial
development spokesman at Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, Tenn. the publicity given
that city's school Integration dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties last year "has-had the
Young 'Cop Haters'
Face Assault Charge
Aller Bumpinq Car
"HOMESTEAD, Fla. (UP)rTwo
young ''cop haters" were hospi hospi-tflteed
tflteed hospi-tflteed today after allegedly pro provoking;
voking; provoking; a fight with the wrong
people-r4wo off-duty policemen.
Upon their release from the
hospital, Ronnie Yates, 25, of
Florida City, and John w. Sper Sper-ber,
ber, Sper-ber, 20, .of Goulds, must face
charges of assault with a deadly
weapon (their automobiley r c e k k-less
less k-less driving, disorderly eonduct
anH resisting arrestr
. They '. were hospitaluced with
bruises 4 inflicted when the two
policemen, Sgt. W. R.? Roper and
Patrolman; Dennis LaPradd, over overcame
came overcame them by striking them with
their service revolvers.
The brawl started when the
youths tried to play "bumper
tag" by ramming intc the police policemen's
men's policemen's car. Roper and LaPradd
were hot in .uniform and were
driving a private yehicle.
Jtoper said he stopped the car
and he and. LaPradd identified
themselves to the youths, telling
them they were under arrest for
reckless driving and disorderly
After a sharp exchange of
punches, Yates broke away and
jumped into his car and tried to
cash into the officers." narrowly
missing LaPradd. The officers
saj they shot into the tires of
Vales' car to stop him.
hen the two continued to re resist
sist resist arrest, the policemen said
they had to use treir revolver
-Homestead Police Chief C. L.
Tracy said Yates yhad been ar arreted
reted arreted twice yefore on charges' of
carrying a concealed weapon. He
$id the youth was known as "a
Clinton, a major forerunner to
Little Rock in the spreading net network
work network or integration trouble spots,
"has waived its troubles," the
spokesman said, nd is moving
ahead with an 'organized cam campaign
paign campaign to lure manufacturers.
In Little Rock, the executive
director of the Arkansas Industrial
Development commission, Wil William
liam William P. Hock, said several new
industries are planning to locate
in the state In the next few
"No matter what the racial
problems are, the state still has
two. vital elements for fiidustfy
water and an almost untapped
lahor source," Rock said.
No Effect Son
The Southern Association of
Science and Industry,: which
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THREE DEPARTMENT ,OF THE ARMY suggestion awards and cash awards amounting to $70
were presented to-George I. Stanley, Sydney E. Johnson and James J. Fealey, civilian em employes
ployes employes of the U. S. Army Caribbean Quartermaster Maintenance Division, Corozal, for their
contributions of beneficial ideas which have improved the Division's operations.
Stanley, second from left, submitted a work simplification proposal for simplifying
the shop cleaning duties of the Allied Trades Shop by designing and relocating an excess
exhaust blower system,' from another building, improving working conditions and reducing
health and safety hazards. He received a certificate and a $60 cash award.
Johnson, third from left, furniture repairman of the Allied Trades Shop, got a $10 cash
award and a certificate for suggesting that cut-off gauges be used with Dewalt saws where whereby
by whereby delays and mistakes have been eliminated.
Fealey, right, -foreman of the office appliance repair shop, received a certificate for
simplifying the receipt, delivery and repair of the office appliances by rerouting work and
having customers bring equipment direct to the shop where inspections are made to deter determine
mine determine if the machine requires minor or extensive repairs.
Stanley and Fealey live in Curundu, while Johnson makes his home at 3875 Carlos Ica Ica-za
za Ica-za Street, Panama City. (U.S. Army Photo)
keeps in close touch with southern
expansion, reported "no measur measurable
able measurable effect" on industrial devel development
opment development in the wake of "sporadic
outbreaks of racial tension."
The association predicted that
1957 will see a total of 1,400 new
plants established in 16 southern
and border states. A survey of
profesional plant location spe specialists
cialists specialists determined that "the race
factor is receiving little or no at attention."
tention." attention." s Industrial spokesmen in the
South have found that expanding
markets, '.productive .labor and
abundant raw materials are the
bie attractions for manufacturers,
with racial relations rarely men
tioned as a significant consideration-
A New York factory locating
expert's claim last week that
industrialists are steering clear of
such places-as Little Rock, Clin Clinton
ton Clinton and Montgomery, Ala., drew
Exptrt "All Wat"
Pleas P. Looney, directdr of the
Alabama Planning and Industrial
Development Board, called the
statement "a propaganda device"
and Joe Hollingsworth of the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Commision at Clinton
said the expert, Leonard Yaseen,
is "all wet."
North Carolina sent an industry-hunting
task force, headed by
Gov. Luther Hodges, to New York
this week to try to drum up new
business to supplement its abun abundant
dant abundant tobacco and textile installa installations.
tions. installations. ' ,'
In Nashvile, Tenn., scene of the
bombing of an integrated school,
Solar Steel Corp. announced an
exDantion n r o gram after the
school trouble was siampea oui
by determined police action. Wil William
liam William n nlrH rhilrmin nf the
Tennesee Agricultural and indus
trial Development uommisaion,
nreriirt lh ntltp Whole wil
get from 75 to 100 milMon- dollars
worth of new industry m tne nexi
Other southern states with firm
segregation policies but a minir
mum of racial turmoil report in industrial
dustrial industrial expansion programs rol rolling
ling rolling along.
No Such Rtperts .. . ....
"We have not, received any re reports
ports reports that racial differences have
caused any drop in industrial ex expansion
pansion expansion or production." said Wil William
liam William Anderson of the Virginia
State Chamber of Commerce.
Curt Siegelin, executive director
of Louisiana's Commerce and In Industry
dustry Industry Department, said his state
has too many natural advantages
for enticing manufacturers to wor worry
ry worry about racial influences. New
plants that will produce paper, ce cement,
ment, cement, aluminum, oil and chemi chemicals
cals chemicals are rising all over Louisiana.
In Georgia, Gov, Marvin Griffin
said Industry is coming south at
a record pace and there is no
slowdown in sight.
The only significant note of cau caution
tion caution in the otherwise bright indus industrial
trial industrial picture painted in the south
was sounded by Winthrop Rocke
feller, who heads an Arkansas in industrial
dustrial industrial development campaign.
He said the historic events in Lh
tie Rock would haye "some ef effect"
fect" effect" on, business expasion but
that it would take "six months to
estimate the damage."
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l THURSDAY, OCTOBER IT, M51
Sociai and Otli
tjtmt tf f1Mli, WarritfM,
Jt Jl L rtctivtJ Upl
OFFICERS WIVES CLUBS COMBINE FOR GALA
LUNCHEON AT TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE
Pacific Side Officers Wives Clubs combined for a gala
,; luncheon, which was held at the Tivoll Guest House yes yesterday.
AH the clubs were well represented, and the ballroom
was decorated with native flowers and foliage for the occasion.
. Diplomatic Corps
Honors Monsisnor Bernier
At Union Club Banquet
Members of the Diplomatic
Corps accredited to Panama and
their wives gave a banquet at the
Union Club, last evening honoring
the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps
Monsignor Paul Bernier, Papal
Nuncio, who is leaving Manama
after nine years in tho Diplomatic
service. Monsignor Bernier will go
to Canada where he has been nam named
ed named Archbishop of Gaspe. Province
of Quebec. The traditional silver
tray was presented to Monsignor
Bernier from his associates in the
Mr. Frank Lambert of the Amer American
ican American Embassy and Mrs. Lambert
arc giving a cocktail-buffet for a
group of friends at then; home this
Ihe Newcomers' Club will' have
their, installation luncheon at the
HotjM Washington on Thursday,
Oct; 24 at 12:30 p.m. Reservations
must, be in by Monday to Mrs.
John E. Ellison phone 08-652. No
Cancellations after Monday.
In -Collage Coromony
Traditional investiture of fresh fresh-mam,
mam, fresh-mam, students in collegiate cap
and gown at Mercy College, De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, will be held on Monday,
t,,l:30 p.m. in McAuley Audito Auditorium
rium Auditorium on campus. Parents and
friends of all students are invited
Taking part in these impressive
an($rtreditonal Ceremonies marking
thefficlal recognition of new col colleges
leges colleges on campus is Judith M.
Sigfe daughter of Mr. Roger J.
Sign of. Balboa. Judith attended
Balboa High School before enter enter-ingwfttercy
ingwfttercy enter-ingwfttercy College.
ArMtival Of Pun
Job; Knox, General Chairman of
tht. Legion and Auxiliary joint
com mitt e for their third annual
Fejtival of Fun has announced
oat' of the many prizes that will
beTa-vailable to those in attend attendant
ant attendant tomorrow and Saturday.
J addition to the first and
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' Whether you are a Mother, a Housewife or a Career
Girl Whether you took dancing as a child or never had
the opportunity to take those longed for lessons, You are
ure to enjov a hew lease on life when you join the SPE SPECIAL
CIAL SPECIAL WOMEN'S CLASS every Saturday at 10 a.m. at the
For all Information call Balboa 1751
Limited openings in present classes for all ages.
3icws. ipou tkiod
Try it tonight
FINE DELICIOUS REFRESHING
. and very DIGESTIVE DRINK
BirlL, Pvtitt itJ Vrtvtt JJuU it mmiU
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second door prizes, for which tick tick-et
et tick-et purchasers need not be pres present,
ent, present, Panama City merchants have
donated the following items lor
prizes lor the evening?. Shaw's a
centerpiece; a necklace and ear earing
ing earing set from Hawaii Jewelry Store;
a lambskin billfold from Nat Men Men-dez;
dez; Men-dez; and Oriental salt and pepper
shaker set from the Oriental Ba
zaar; an alligator billfold from 0 0-chao;
chao; 0-chao; Oriental mug from Salih Salih-Charley;
Charley; Salih-Charley; Smoked ham from
Swift's, liquor and wives from Na National
tional National Distillers and from Casa Ri Ri-cha
cha Ri-cha Pinaud's Apple Blossom, Op Op-pera,
pera, Op-pera, Extrait d L a v e-n d a r de
France and 2 bottles of Cologne
on Rhine. Kodak and Mercurio's
have also donated prizes, which
have not yet been announced.
Ticket holders must be present
for the first two prizes only.
The first prize, a round trip air
ticket for two to Costa Rica was
donated, by COPA. Second Prize,
consists of an insulated picnic bag
donated by Lou Glud' which; will
contain either : certificates or the
following articles;, a batlery donat donated
ed donated by Auto Service. 4 long playing
12" record album from C. C. A.,
a sterling silver cigarette case
from Tahiti, a $15.00 permanent
from Nino's, and a 6 piece break breakfast
fast breakfast set from Casa Fastlich. These
will be drawn on Saturday night
on both nights a Chinese raffle will
be held for sets of Chinese vases.-
One evening a set 'donated by the
Sun of India will be the prize
and on the other night a set donat
ed by Solomon's will be the prize.
"The Festival of Fun is the an
nual event held by the Legion and
Auxiliary to raise money for their
various charity and welfare work
and fun. dancing and entertain
ment are the main features, with
prizes offered" stated a Legion
Will Bo worn
At NCO Wivot Social
Halloween will be celebrated to to-nighf
nighf to-nighf by the NCO Vives' Club of
Albrook Air force Base. The
monthly social to h4lield at the
NCO.aelub at 1:30-wift.be a c o s
tuwe partyf arid "all; WeWibers are
asked to come in costume.
Prizes will be awarded.
Postponed Until Oct. 23
The concert which was to. have
been given by the National Sym Symphony
phony Symphony Orchestra at the National
Theatre this evening hat been
postponed until Wednesday, Oct.
23. This concert which is th last
in a series of six, will be given in
honor of the Minister of Education
Ing. Victor N. Juliao and Mrs. Ju Ju-liao.
liao. Ju-liao. (CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
m 9;00 mnd 10 .m. tuff,
DR. WALTER FREEMAN In Internationally
ternationally Internationally known psycho psycho-surgeon
surgeon psycho-surgeon arrived today to lec lecture
ture lecture tonight at the Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian Academy of Medicine and
Surgery at the university of
Panama. Dr. Freeman will bo
the guest of his former stu student
dent student Dr. Antonio Gonzalez Re Re-villa
villa Re-villa and Mrs. RevJUa during
his visit. He is en route to
Venezuela and ;. Brazil on a
lecture tour. Dr. Freeman
holds degrees from 'the Uni University
versity University of Penniyl vania,
Georgetown University and
the University of Paris.
George Allen Takes
Over USIS Reins;
Larsen Has New Job
..WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) (UP)-Arthur
Arthur (UP)-Arthur Larson, one of the bright
voune men of the Republican Par
ty, is being replaced as chief of
the U.S. Information Agency in an
apparent move to placate congres congressional
sional congressional budget cutters.
Larson's shift te a new post
was disclosed at a time when the
USIA is faced with one of its
greatest challenges in countering
the tremendouss propaganda vic victory
tory victory scored by Russia in announc announcing
ing announcing its Sputnik and other scien scientific
tific scientific advances.
The White Houe announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Larson, whose agen agency'
cy' agency' funds wer isevetrelyv cut last
y e ar a f teAifcbi iter conjgr es sio n al
budget battle, will be replaced by
George V. Allen, one of the State
Department's top trouble shooters.
Sometimes called the philosopher
of "Modern Republicanism," Lar Larson
son Larson will become a special asist asist-an
an asist-an to the President. He will be in
charge of "special projects in in international
ternational international affairs."
Allen headed the original
"Voice of America" radio project
that later was expanded into the
No more bother with tea bags or leave.'
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hot water. Tea's ready. A grand-tasting blend
of Pekoe and Orange Pekoe you'll love at
first sip. Never too Strong or too weak. Simply
perfect every time. Top your shopping list
with Nestea this week. It's economical too
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Each notice for inclusion In this
column should bo iubmMcd in
tyvt-wrltteii form ana mailed oo
iha box number litttd daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
y hind to tho office. Notices of
mcttineji cannot be accepted by
All members of the Alumni '36
are reminded that starting tomo
rrow all meetings will 'be held at
Uie French Hall situated in "O
street in Panama City, this change
had to be effected due to the near
Closing ol the La 'Boca settlement.
Meeting will commence as 7:30 p
m. and matters of vital impbrtance
wall be discussed pertaining to our
coming festival to be held shortly.
Is is requested that ail graduates
of the Class of 1936 (La Boca Jr.
High School) who are not affiliat
ed witn this ciud as yet ana are
willing to become active members
attend the coming meeting.
PTA Will Meet
The Atlantic Side Parent-Teacher
Association will meet on Monday,
in the library of the South Marga
rita School, at 7:30 p.m.. Mr.
James M. Wolf, -Director of Spe Special
cial Special Education, will address the
group ou the proposed program for
this year. With him will be Miss
Marilyn Flynn, Speech Correction-
ist, who will talk to the group on
her work in the schools. Following
the meeting, there will be a so social
cial social hour, where all will have an
opportunity to become acquainted
with the teachers and other par parents.
ents. parents. Everyone is welcome; your
attendance amy be the deciding
factor in your child's room being
Paraiso Civic Council
Will Moot This Evening
The Paraiso Civic Council will
meet this evening in the music
room of the Paraiso High School,
present its slate of councilmen for
present it's slate of councilmen for
election, report from the beautifi beautifi-cation
cation beautifi-cation committee and other impor important
tant important matters ior discussion. All
are cordially invited to attend.
Old French Recipe
In Cookie Bakeoff
BEVERLY HILLS, vCalif., UP)
An old world recipe With a new
world variation last, night won
$25,000 for a French;- born com commercial
mercial commercial artist in Pillsbury's Grand
National Bake Off.
The grand rize winner was
Mrs. Gerda D. Roderer of Berke Berkeley,
ley, Berkeley, 'Calif., who used a fainily
recipe from Strassbourg, France,
to create shortbread-flavored but butter
ter butter cookie called "Accordion
Mrs. Roderer, a resident of
this country for four years, got
the name from the accordion-
pleated aluminum foil which she
used as a baking vessel when she
was uname 10 una ine type or
utensil used in Europe. The cook cookies
ies cookies were shaped like grapefruit
As Cancer Cause
MADISON, Wis. ? UP) Bron
chitis, ana not cigarette smoking,
may be the primary cause of
lung cancer, according to i Bri
tish cancer specialist.
Dr. R. P. Passey 0 the Chester
neatly Kesearcn .institute, Lon London,
don, London, made a specia lerport here
;o the University v of Wisconsin,
Medical bchooK '.
"Just because a man dies of
lung cancer and also smoked dur
ing his lifetim.e'YPassev said, "it
is not justifiable1' to call smokingj
Pasey said a study of British
death certificates at the London
Institute disclosed' that the inci
dence of lung cancer was twice
as nign in England as in the
The lung cancer death rate in
i,reat Britain is 251 per million.
me American rate is 112, he said.
.Bronchitis is a "likely candidate
for the role of primary cause of
lung cancer," he said, adding that
mcic la .iU jciauun Decween uie
ouantity of cigarettes smoked and
me susi-vpuoiuiy hj jung cancer.
By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written tor NEAi Service
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Opening lead 4 Q
' Hard Luck Joe won the open opening
ing opening spade lead, entered dummv
with the" king of diamonds, ied
a heart and. finessed the queen.
West, played the king and Joe
commented, "I don't know why
I bother to. finesse. They never
work for me:"
Joe trumped a second snade
lead and laid down his ace of
trumps. West failed to follow
and school was out. Joe had to
lose two more trump tricks and
a ciup anci was down one.
Joe gave out the usual moans
about his luck but as always it
was bad play and not bad luck
that was responsible for his
Joe had nothing to gain by his
first tound heart finesse. If it
worked he would 'still have to
lose at least one trump trick and
if it lost to the guarded king he
would lose two or three trump
tricks depending on how the
The one combination that he
could guard against was single singleton
ton singleton king in the West hand and
the other four in the East hand.
Joe had two ways to guard -gainst
this. One way would be
to lead a low heart from his
own hand and reserve the fi fi-r.esse
r.esse fi-r.esse until the second 'round.
The other way would be to lay
down the ace of hearts and plan
to lead a heart toward his queen
Both these plays would pro produce
duce produce exactly as many tricks as
the first round finesse in all in instances
stances instances except the actual one.
With the actual situation e"ach
one would have pained a. trick
i d saved the contract.
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FETED AT LUNCHEON The Board of the Hotel Interamerlcanos, S.A. gave luncheon
recently In the Washington salon of the Hotel El Panama in honor of Ruben Dario Carles, y
i jr., former Minister of the Treasury, and Gilberto Arias, Minister of the Treasury. v Shown
fhere are Minister Arias chatting with Roberto' Eisenihann,v president of the Hotele Inter
amerlcanos, Joaquin vauanno
Joke Not On Brando
Bui On Newsmen
HOLLYWOOD (UP) So Marlon
Brando's exotic Indian bride
turned out to be a former Welch
butcher's assistant name of Joan
Well, the joke isn't on Brando.
gentle reader, it's on you. And on
us newspapermen. For this is the
sort of hoax' Hollywood has been
staging without inhibition and with
good profit since the silent flick flickers
ers flickers first made those of us born
every minute curious about the
private lives of the stars.
And, what's more, Hollywood
will go right on doing it.
We asked an independent pub publicity
licity publicity man today what he thought
of posing Miss O'Callaehan as
that Buddha-worshipping daughter
of the Himalayas, Anna Kashfi.
bo whate", he said. "As long
as no one loses monev. or is hurt.
what difference does it make? It's
a game the public expects.
Miss O'Callahan's own studio,
Metro uoldwyn Mayer, says it
didn t know that Anna was not
"I didn't know Her real name
until this; marriage business came
up," said MGM publicity man
Howara stricKiana. -we discov
ered by checking her passport
ana wont permit mat her name
"Or course we exnloited t th
lact she was Indian. It is always
a pius lacior wnen an actres can
be called an exotic import."
Brando himself is the result of
a publicity campaign. He of the
mumbles, torn shirt and Boh
mian background turned out to be
a kid from a quiet family in Oma
ha. He must have a yen for the
Orient. In his first Broad wiv
piay, me program listed him a.
Dorn in Bangkok.
Dogs In Space
MOSCOW, Oct. 17 (UP) Rus Russian
sian Russian scientists have sent dogs 142
miles into space aboard a rocket,
the official Soviet newspaper Red
Fleet announced today.
It said the dogs, which, were
sealed in globes with instruments
and cameras to record their re reactions,
actions, reactions, parachuted back to earth
in good physical condition.,
PARIS, Oct. 17 (UP) Gen.
Lauris Norstad, supreme Allied
commander in Europe, today ap appointed
pointed appointed British Adm. Sir Charles
Lampe as commander-in-chief of
NATO forces in the Mediterra Mediterranean.
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IT'S a mistake for a woman ev ever
er ever to argue with a man. There
are a lot of sound reasons behind
that conclusion as all truly femi feminine
nine feminine women eventually will agree.
A woman is iever less Jeminine.
than when she is attempting to
prove a man wrong. What woman
would rather be right than be fem
The man's ego can't be ovei
looked. When a woman tells a man
he is wrong and can prove, it, she
is putting him m a position wnere
he has to defend his stand even
if he is convinced she is. r l g n t.
How can he i happily admit that a
woman has bested him in an ar-1
If a woman does occasionally
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Idaho Governor Likes His
State s Potatoes As Is'
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
WE lunched withGOT? Biobert
E. Smylie of Idahorf;," : v
A friendly ; fellow; young, a fam
ilv man and hosPitalble. he likes to
give Saturday nruncn parue ar
nis nome'ffl uoise. or n miuuj
and guests, he always cooks his
state's famous, potatoes -the-i way
he likes them best.;
Although he 4oes often use- the
new instant mashed potatoes pro processed
cessed processed in Idaho, his two favorite
recipes call for Idaho' Rusets -"as
Hashed Brown Potatoes
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tatoes, potatoes, 1 Idaho sweet Spanish o o-nion,
nion, o-nion, salt, freshly ground pepper,
Wash,- but do not peel, potatoes.
Slice very thin, using a long knife.
Chop onion into small chunks. Mix
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per pepper to taste. Place shortening 4n j
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maybe you're right," she drives
a, wedge between their mutual ad admiration
miration admiration for each other. Tor a
while at least, he thinks she Is
bossy and opinionated., and she
thinks he is a stubborn mule.' This
doesn't help their relationship.
HI CAN't LIT HER PORGIT
' THERE is always the chance
that the man is right and wins the
argument hands down. Then he
isn't going to let her iorget how
wrong She was. The fact that she
doubted hir wisdom in the first
place makes it necessary for him.
to run in his triumph-just a little.
So nobody wins when a man
and woman argue. Wise women
learn this young and prove tho
points ,they want to. make without
damaging a man's self-esteem.
i It's-one of the reasons men say1
they can't understand women. N
What they really mean is they
can't understand w o n e n who
know how to get their own way
or put across point without re re-sdrting
sdrting re-sdrting to an argument.
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Slice potatoes -very;, thin. Chop o o-nions
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BrealC up corned beef and mix
with onions and potatoes until mix mixture
ture mixture is weU mixedj
. Place mixture ini Sparge cast
iron skillef With enough shortening
to keep hash from burning. Heat
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ft A ttTt 'returned to lintm after n
extended Tiiit to California. ( t
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jT, JOfficera Corpa of Jo Jo-4
4 Jo-4 ; ment f Panama, will jfc
t ; ph .R. "XimniBgham, mth ,te
BroMO 'medal "Ricardo Arango,
1: ; & TwoiUon the valuable coo-
h: Jayne s Bosorn
j,ONI0N,Lbct. IT (UPwo (UPwo-..n
..n (UPwo-..n -who should know laid today
S fcanra bowm like Jane Man.-wai'-like
bavin- too bif
nt'ibowa too mwh,"' aid
- degner. "If;y?u have lot f
money,, you wni ;
peration he hat given to the Corps
oe jDomoeiui wum in auua
Mr. Cunningham h leaving the
nnmnt nf Hotel El Panama
after almost seven years arid hi;
new connecuon wiu oe announcea
n hai beerr'an honorary mem
ber of the Bomberos of Panama
for several years.
..nk -T rnnninpham. will i also
serve -as a goaiainer i"raan-
no") of the new fire engine ot me
(Continued on rare
. BONN. Germany, Oct. IT UP)
a. a .n fi snn draftees renort-
ed for duty today with the new
West Germany army
The boys, all in the 19-year-old
.:.ii.liiil th second
ciaant ---- i
draftee group .to enter the army.
The first .group 01 iU.WJU irameea
Florida's Seminoles Seek
ling Rights In Swamps
. eiffli At 1 T 'TIPV
Jta Seminol? Indians hnnHng and
fejggtog rights on 200,000 acrea of
Ky fw tt And they also asked
P exclusive frogging rights in
objected to giving the Indiana ex-
. . T 1:. 1,. Tndiana Set-
u- inH hut they did not
want them 'to have exclusive
right to hunt on it.
We want them- to be under the
- lame Uwa aa1 the white man, he
- At pre.ent. tbo llfitfSS
the state and 98.000 wbch they
got 4rom the feaerai goy ej to.
' They areispllowed to hunt for food
. ii..;. c.trtinn at anv time
of the year; and. it is that type
n Bimtinir thev want on the adai"
tional 200,000 acres. ;
Oentoav eaid th Seminolesnad,
jurroedto eontroliea nunxmny uie
Fisk and Game Commission dur dur-k.
k. dur-k. uiif hunting ; season
UU ,1111 ....
mJTA .M thev were willing
work ewt detail! of air boat oper-
,' nor. LeRer : Collins, who met
with 4he Indians this .summer, to
work out tribal problems,' thought
the iat method to settle .the issue
would be for Denton to meet with
the, Indians, sportsmen and the
Game : and Pish, Commission to
work out aome plan and bnng' it
back to the eabinet for its ap
Di UV 1 4
The eabinet was agalnstvgiving
f.ni.nUi title to the land.
but was wiffing to settle on hunt-
ing and fishing lights worked out
t the -meeting.
, a .un.it hv Itnffalo Tiller for
a trading post location near Andy-
town was aisoewMiuwBu uf iu
cabinet, -but no action was taken
.iiii th land. There was
one objection by air boat oepr oepr-ators
ators oepr-ators who. contended a trading
mi.lit kIiim appesa to the
Everglades Dy ine snauow uioiv
tuL ..Kinot affraad to look into
the matter and provide a suit suit-.M.
.M. suit-.M. liuiitimi fnr a tradinf DOSt
that would not block air boat
traffic in the swamps.
Polar Bear Rug 1$
Undoing 01 Thieves
Who Hoisted Minks
iiTiMr' ivim (iflTPS Two
elaborately -oqulpp d thieves
mlBht have., gotten, avay with
.thousand!,, dollars worth ol mrs
froW an exclusive Lincoln Road
i. u it harin't insisiea on
311UU 11 uicj
taking along, a $600 polar bear
' Henry schecntman,
Theodore" Ziemba, both of New
if .u '. hhmfi hv Bolice
her., in tti-"rocs Of hoisting
minlt, same na ermuw xiu
es through hol i th roof of
the Dienbaeher fur aalon. The
shop'! f refrlgeratea v a 1 1 -tahied'
furs valued at $800,000.-
The men, outfitted with an
elaborate' set of burglar tools,
were careful not to trip alarm
wires in the shop, police said.
They mounted a ladder and cut a
hole in the roof and lifted the furs
past the alarm system,-
nt tnitaatiaa'tnra' tn Spha.pnt-
man and Ziemba decided they
wanted th bulky rug as well.
While .hoisting it they dislodged
a police 01 insulating maienai
which fell to the floor and touched
off an alarm.
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r AGE SIX
Social and Otlt
THE PANAMA AMERICAN J AN INDEPENDENT DAILY. NEWSPAPER !"'
The Howell Movement was play play-mi
mi play-mi at the regular weekly bridge
James on Monday evening at the
largarjta Service Center with the
following winners: first, Mrs. S.
J). Aycock with Mr. Julius Loeb;
Second, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dor Dor-1
1 Dor-1 w third, Mrs. Woodruff with
IMrs. G. A. Tully; fourth, Mrs.
Hsyden Jones with Mrs. Julius
lioeb, and fifth, Mrs. Myra Brown
; with Mr. N. Norton.
' The public it cordially invited to
, fclay bridge on any Monday eve
Pills Work. But
Side Effect Bad
I NEW YORK (UP) Deyelop Deyelop-Went
Went Deyelop-Went of a contraceptive pill, oe-
Jieved to be the ultimate form of
jrth control, was reported here
t the annual meeting of the
Planned Parenthood Federation of
However, developers reported
Home undesirable side effects in a
r The pill, tested among 218 worn-L-
'.km,ic oroat nrnmise for the
fU. ouwno o 1
future," acording to Dr. Aian r
Euttmacher, director of obstetrics
nd gynecology at New Yorks
Jit. Sinai Hospital,
f Guttmacher ia chairman of a
n( TfMrti who discussed a
variety of new contraceptives dur-
fng the prat aay session oi
-federation'! S7th annual meeting
i ; Dr. Manuel Paniagua, medical
V i (director of the Puero Rican Fam-
fiy Planning Aasn., reported on a
' study begun in March 1956 in
' which the 218 women were given
' pill i baaed on a synthetic steroid,
hormone preparation. No preg pregnancies
nancies pregnancies ocurred while the pills
' were taken daily as instructed
for 20 days each month, Paniagua
V. 1 But many women reported var var-'
' var-' i ous unfavorable reactions to the
, pill, he said.
ning at 7:15. For further informa information
tion information call Mrs. Myra Brown any
day after 9 a.m. at 3 1892.
Club Mts Friday
A special meeting of the Paral Paral-so
so Paral-so Bridge Club will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 7:00 p.m., at the Meeting
Room of the Paraiso Service Cen
Matters of importance will be
discussed and all members are
expected to attend.
Opposed To Merger
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) The
National Assn. of Congregational
Christian Churches had the back backing
ing backing of a congressman today in its
opposition to a merger with the
Evangelical and Reformed
Rep. Walter H.-Judd (R-Minn)
told the 200 delegates at the
three-day meeting last night that
such a merger would "create at
least as much dissension as it will
cure.' He said "the stmgth and
effectiveness of our Christian wit
ness do not come from organic
He said that if some Congre Congre-gationalist
gationalist Congre-gationalist leaders want a mer merger,
ger, merger, "why should we not go the
whole way and unite with the
Episcopalians or the Methodists
or the Presbyterian?"
Earlier, Dr. Howard J. Coan of
Minneapolis, Minn., said the move
was an effort to create a "Prot "Protestant
estant "Protestant super-church.'
M. W. Hughes of Chicago, a
layman, who made the keynote
address, explained that anti-merger
churches believe that in the
new united church a "distasteful"
theology would be imposed on
them. He said they are con concerned,
cerned, concerned, too, with the disposition
of 'vast sums of money" in the
various boards of the Congrega Congregational
tional Congregational Christian Churches.
lUA. W.-k.J. A. ,,iiiBSe3iJ!!8 E. , J iitftInti.m.inirnnniiinnnnninmi H-- ir n .1 rim 11 j l
Judge Sees Amputee
Salesmen As Victims,
Sends Them Home :
i MIAMI BEACH (UP) .Thre
amputees who admitted flaying
on the sympathy of housewives to
sell magazfn subscriptions 'were
sent back to their home outside
judge who said they were "mort j
sinned aftinst thin ilnnerl.? J
for all the Family
ORDER NOW BY
AID EN S
ALBROOK NCO WIVES HOLD ALOHA COFFEE Last Saturday morning the monthly Aloha Coffee was held at the NCO Club by the NCQ Wives Club,
of Albrook Air Force Base. Part of a collection of earrings and souvenirs ac cumulated from the" Latin American Republics and San Bias Islands was dis-'
played by Molly Keever, publicity chairman of the NCO Wives Club. Shown around the collection are members and guests present at the Aloha Coffee,
Left to right: Thelma Morris, Bernlce Corrigan, Allene ."Pete" Leigh, Sue Coffman, Lois Empio, Esther feluso, Betty Girard, Lou Gomez, Evelyn Butler,
Jean Barber, Manuela Torres, Martha McFall, Gloria MacKissic, Laura Burns, Kit Ziegler, Gertrude Mager, Dean Faircloth, Jan Deemer, Molly Keever,
holding a Colombian water Jar made by the Indians In Colombia, Joyce Majone, Jean Sullivan, Clara Camp, Doris Olson, Carrie Leadbitter, Gerrie -Green-
field and Belle Diaz.
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' Disorderly c o n d u e t charges
were dismissed Monday against
Robert Lee Cullif er 22, of New
Bern, N.C.; John Richard Corliss.
2x, Port'and, Me., and Richard
D. Could, J4f North Jibington1
Mass. r t
Judge Albert Saperstein told
the youths to return to their
homes. They had told police they
fled their employer in Philadel-
phia when he went away on a
business trip. They said they 7
feared he would beat them for
faling down on the job.
-' f :
The youths said they were part'
of a ring of amputees selling
phony magazine subscriptions by
claiming they needed the. money ;
to buy artificial limbs.
the judge brought, out that pone
of the youths was' able to' say
whether the magazines sold' sc-
tually were delivered.
How Rodgers Get
That Honey Disc
"LUCHO" is his (nick) Name
'( if anvone here doesn't know Lucho)
ri If you don't, you should lose no time in dropping Into our
delightful Sunday Brunch Dance. Also Lucho and his
' Conjunto now play one night weekly In the Bella Vista
" Boom, where you can enjoy an evening of dancing to
Lucho'i toe-tapping tunes.
llf you know his music, youH be glad we reminded you
about that Lucho night.
Thte week it la tomorrow night.
It's eheaper than yon think at.
A Klikcbjr Hotel
VETERAN'S DAT DANCE John Housely, ticket chairman, Robert L. Robinson, co-chairman, Willard W. Huffman, Post
Commander and William Garner co-chairman discuss plans for the fourth annuar-Veteram' Day dance which is sponsored
by Lt. Garryn H. Moumblow Memorial Post 3878 Veterans of Foreign Wars in Crlstobal. The dance will be held in the Sky
Room in Cristobal, Nov. 8 and Lucho Azcarraga, and hla orchestra will provide the music. Tickets at $1.00 each mav be
obtained from John Housely 3-2906. u y
Teenager Admits Kidnap-Rape of Two
Teachers; 1 Flunked Him In English
DOWAGIAC. Mich.. Oct. 17
(UP) A teen-ager today admit admitted
ted admitted the kidnap-raped of two young
high school teachers, one of whom
had flunked him in English. Po
lice said he left the English teach
er naked and bound in the horse
stal of an abandoned barn.
The youth, Robert Lee Ball, 18,
facedan array of charges that
included kidnaping, rape, assault
and battery, car theft and robbe robbery.
ry. robbery. his two victims?, Judith Schnei
der, 24, and Rita Murray, 22, both
teachers at Dowaglac High
School, were admitted to Lee
GEORGE NADER in
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$1.10 per CAR!
Jane RUSSELL In
" In TECHNICOLOR!
Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Both had been beaten savagely.
Sheriff Kenneth McLeod said
Ball gave this account of the at attack:
tack: attack: While walking near the school
last night, he saw Miss Schneider's
car in the School's parking lot. He
went home to get rope, wire and
a knife and then returned and
climbed into the rear seat of the
car. When the two women, who
had been teaching adult education
clases, got into the car Ball
forced them at knifepoint to drive
to a wooded area four miles from
town, men ne ordered them to
remove their clothes and bound
both with the wire.
After raping them, Bal said he
rpopped the teachers against tho
side of the car and beat them
with his fists. Then he shoved
both into the car's trunk.
Ball said he left Miss Schneider
in a barn several miles from the
scene of the attack. The sheriff
said Miss Schneider had flunked
Ball in English last year and then
turned down repeated requests for
Bal fashioned a crude shelter
in a partially constructed cement
block house and left Miss Murray
lying under it.
Miss Schneider got loose and
stumbled to a nearby farm house
fhere she reported the attack.
Ball, meanwhile, drove Miss
Schneider's car back to the nark
ing lot and left it after locking It,
HOLLfWOOfMl r I
by Erskine Johnson
NCA Stall Correipondtnt
KAUAI, Hawaii (NEA) It
was the bigest and craziest inva
sion of a Pacific island since
World War II, with Holywood
winning the "Battle ot Kauai."
Four thousand men of the
First Marine Brigade hit two
Kauai beaches in an amphibious
operation from 21 Navy trans
ports. On hundred fifty a i r r-born.
born. r-born. mombors of the Delta
Kappa Gamma profetional sor sorority
ority sorority landod in the lobby of the
swank Coco palm Hotel.
The Hollywood "defenders" of
the island 178 cast and crew
members of the 20th Century-Fox
"South Pacific" movie company company-were
were company-were ready on aJl three fronts.
A salvo of 65-mm film in Todd
A-0 cameras "shot" the Marines
on the beaches with special per permission
mission permission from the Pentagon. The
attackers didn't have a chance as
two "courageous" Hollywood cam cameramen,
eramen, cameramen, Leon Shamroy and Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Cortez, "repelled'5 all '4,000
Marines without a single retake
on their regularly scheduled prac practice
tice practice combat maneuver.
on the rocks
THE INVIGORATING '. jl
T RO PI CA I DRINK
A IT AW MM
"THB STUDIO and the hotel re
gret this incident," Mitzi announc announced
ed announced to the sightseeing women in.
vaders of this lush tropical island
100 miles west of Honolulu.
"The fifm company," sho ex explained,
plained, explained, "arrived a week early
to photograph tho Marin ma maneuver.
neuver. maneuver. Th hotel was threaten threatened
ed threatened with a world-wid travel a a-gency
gency a-gency boycott if it canceled th
Mitzi Gaynor, the Ensign Neie
Fbrbush of the movie, "captured"
the ISO sorority gals with blood bloodless
less bloodless psychological warfare at a
special "peace" meeting in the
dining room of the Coco Plam Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. iBut until Mitzi turned on the
charm, the sorority ladies were
on the verge of hand-to-hand com combat
bat combat over their particular beach beachheadrooms
headrooms beachheadrooms for their one night
The invading Marines were to
spend the night in self-dug fox foxholes
holes foxholes on the beaches. The ladies
had long confirmed, one night
room reservations: But when
they arrived by plane from Hon Honolulu,
olulu, Honolulu, the big film company had
taken over every room at the Co Coco
co Coco Palm.
The commander of the island
"defenders." Film Producer Bud
dy Adler, had suggested a peace
plan, Mitzi explained. Members of
the film company would sleep five
and six to a room for the one
night if the sorority women would
do the same. The studio also
would like to be host to the ladies
at a cocktail party.
That did it. A spokeswoman for
the sorority accented the truce to
wild appaluse. "General" Adler
later pinned a medal on Mitzi
for bravery above and beyond the
rules of the screen Actors Guild,
FIVS HUNDRED Marine invad
ers remained another day on Kau
ai to work in the movie as Mini's
audience when she sings "Honey
Bun" in the special "morale boast boasting"
ing" boasting" show staged by Ray Walston
as the Seabee boss, Luther Billies.
After bing xpsd to Mini's
charms, th tough Lathrnckt,
IHc the sorority matrons, all
rtratd In an orderly sealifr to
th waiting Navy transports off
OR AS FELLOW "combat cor correspondent"
respondent" correspondent" Buch Buchwaeh ol
the Honplulu advertiser grinned in
the press room of the movie com command
mand command post:
If th Marines had an unlim unlimited
ited unlimited xpns account, like 20th
Cntury-Fx, th Hollywood 'd
fndr' conld hav bn wiped
NEW YORK (NEA) There's
quite a story behind the big sue sue-less
less sue-less feet of Rodgers, a handsome
eycomb," the first smash nit of
the fall. It's a story that travels
from the state of Washington to
Korea to Tennessee to California
to New York. It travels on th rest rest-ess
ess rest-ess feet of Rodgers, a handsome
young man from Camas, Wash.
That's paper mill country, and
Rodgers says he put in many an
hour in the mill before the Air
Force got him for the Korean War.
He'd sung some, too, hut not much,
It wasn't until he was, in Korea
that he began plucking on a gui guitar
tar guitar in earnest and building up a
repertoire of folksongs.
He was tranferred to Nashville,
in the guitar belt, and added
more songs and began, perform performing
ing performing a little. At one of hiy perform performances,
ances, performances, a woman said she had a
song she t thought he would like.
And she jrtayed ah oldi record: of
"Honeycomb;HiRodgers liked it
and, afteiKchanging it a. little, to
suit his style, he added it to his
list. Pretty soon it became' 'bis
After the war, he played through throughout
out throughout California sometimes singing
for five solid hours in a dance hall
and this led to his discovery by I
Hugo Pieretti and Luigi Creators,
th hnssea of Roulett ; Records.
They heard liim sing 'Honeycomb'
and asked him wnere ne iouna i
He told them the story.
So thov started trackinB the tune
down. Both felt it must be an old
folk song and probably in the pub public
lic public domain, but just to be legal
they asked ASCAP to check. And it
turned out it was written oniy iu
vears aso and the composer was
the very prolific Bob Merrill
"Doggie In the Window" and
So now Merrill has another nig
hit. 10 vears after lie wrote the
song. And folk song singer Jim-
mi le Rodgers looks like he's here
to stay he'll make an album,
more singles, personal- appearance
the works. He found real noney in
, Jimmie Red (era)
Milton Berle admits "I com commercialized
mercialized commercialized on my mother," but
he says he never lacked sentiment.
And he says she was always hap happy
py happy about the whole thing. Never Nevertheless,
theless, Nevertheless, perhaps his feeling is one
reason for a new Roulette album,
"Songs My Mother Loyed," with
Berle conducting a 80-piece .or .orchestra
chestra .orchestra and a choriu and narrat narrating
ing narrating the lyrics of some of the songs.
"This is a complete departure
for me," says Berle. "I used to
lead orchestras in presentation
houses in the old day, but I doubt
if the public remembers. This is a
very beautiful album, I think, and
Tod-w tncanto .25 ,15
Denise Darcel in
"FLAME OF CALCUTTA"
Edmond O'Brien In
711 OCEAN DRIVE"
Today IDEAL .25 .15
Deborah Kerr In
' "TEA AND SIMFATHY
Stewart Granger In In-"GREEN
"GREEN In-"GREEN FIRE
it brings back such memories to
me. And I think it'll also bring
hack memories to a lot of people.'
The album includes, Milton says,
songs, that were, genuine favorites V
at ls mother "Boy of Mine,"
"The Anniversary Waltr." and such ; r
i-plus a few tunes he wrote him ;
sures '' ?.? -f
0 ejj(MSi. ft iwWttt ." Mi
'"Music raeane to fou'cVto her,''fc?
ne eays. "Our house1 was always
iuu oi music, wnen t was a ooy., u ,,
I could always; tell when.' Mother ,., i
was the unhappiest that's when, ,,,,
she sang the loudest," -"
Pick's Picks: Pat Boo'ne's "A.
pril Love" (Dot) should be anotlw
er in his parade of hits, Others; -. ;
"Ca. C'est 1' Amour" Tony Ben
nett, Columbia); "Please Hurry'
Home" Sue Raney, Capitol) ; "Sal
ty, Salty Is Ue Sea" (Robbin Hood;
MGM); "On My Front Porch"
dy Scott, Decca)'; "Rickety-Rac-
kety Rendezvous'.' (Doris, Day, Co- -;
lumbja); "The Sound of Love"
The Voices of, Walter Schumann, -RCA);
(S,tan Freberg, Capitol); ."Texaa J
Tambourine" (Johnnie Ray, Colum-
Good late jazz albums Duke
Ellington has an original, "Such
Sweet Thunder," inspired by
Shikesperare, which is great EI EI-lineton
lineton EI-lineton ('Columbia): "Jasi At
the Hollywood Bowl!' is a two-rec- ...
ord set featuring such artists- as
Ella Fitzgerald, and Louis Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong (Verve); Bobby Brookes
"This Is the Night" is expert stuff,
all the way (RCA); for a unique,
.iazz experience, try "Diexieland 1.
Goes Progressive," with groups
led by Dick Carey and John Plons-
ky (Golden Crest).
Three more operas for your ope--
ra shplf Debussy's icvely "Pel "Pel-leas
leas "Pel-leas et Melisande" gets a thrilling
reading from Victoria de los Ange Angeles,
les, Angeles, Jacques Jansen and associ associates,
ates, associates, with Cluytens conducting, on
Angel; Mozarf s "The Marriage of V.?
Figaro" is well done by the Vien-?
na State Opera Company on Enic:
irom L.a scaie comes weium s seldom-performed
with Maria Callas hesding up the
cast and doing a superb, job, on
Z5c : 15c.
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Miss 'Sadie Thompson
with Rita Hayworth
Indiseretiosi of Aa
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To.Keep Boby Girl
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Actress
Marie Wilsou promised .tearfuly
4 lulth mtt her miffht
to keep a thre-montlM)ld baby
cfri aha and her husband adopted
from an unwed mothar Jhrea days
after birth. t
The actress and her husband,
TV producer Bob Fallon, were
served with a writ today order order-ing
ing order-ing them to appear in Superior
Court Monday to show cause why
they shou'd not give up custody
of the iniant to the baby's atrsc-tive,-21-year-old
Miss Wilson explained that she
and Fallon tad paid for the young
woman's medical expenses and
gave her $75 a month in expense
money during her pregnancy.
mother, identified by the county
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senting to the adoption. j
New, Drug Brings Fresh Hope
For 20 Million Heart Cases
BOSTON. (UP) Two doctors,
me of them the. incoming pres pres-dent
dent pres-dent of the American Heart Assn.
isve announced discovery of a
Irug they said promised new hope
Eor 15 to 20 million Americans
luffering from, high blood pres-
iur."- 1' L, 1U.
The jdrug, named chlorothiazide,
j expected to he ready by next
January. It was reported in pro production
duction production now and available as sam samples
ples samples to doctors. f
Dr. Robert W. Wilkins," 50, a
native of Chattanooga, Tenii., and
president elect of the American
Heart Assn., and Dr. William Hol Hollander,
lander, Hollander, 32, of Waltham, Mass.,
made the announcement at Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals,
where they are on the staff.- ,,
They, said the discovery, -pro.
Jucingr t fftartllnf new cure,"
would aid inane 25 year battle
against America's- most common
orm of ; cardiovascular disease;
High blood pressure, or hyperten hyperten-lion,
lion, hyperten-lion, reduces life ; expectancy of
most sufferers by, as much as 20
year and strikes at the average
ige of 32,' r-'-
WilkiPs -and Holander4 ba sed
their opinion of chlorothiazide's ef effectiveness'
fectiveness' effectiveness' on tests made of 51
hypertension patients in Boston
during the past eight months.
sAmong their findings was that
chlorothiazide .tablets were not .on .only
ly .only a potent diuretic, but appeared
directly responsible lor S lowering
H blood pressure, when, used in
combination with current treat treatments.
They" also found the drug was
tffective in controlling the blood
pressure Of highly resistant cases,
and was useful in management of
hypertension, complicate by. heart
diuretic is an agent used to pro
mote elimination of body 'fluids
and salts that cause sweHlng in
heart failure cases.
Rut Hniiander discovered that
the new drug also brought about
startling drops in Diooa piesiu
in avail the mnst Severe. C&SeS.
Patients who had shown resist
ance to every. type ot treatment
for as long as 10 years showed
Wilkins said tests of the drug
on persons not suffering from high
bioOa pressure snowea inai .mere
was no drop in pressure. He said
there was no evidence that it
could be used to prevent high
Chiang Tells His
'"'TAIPEI -(UP) Generalising
fhiiria Kai shpk has told his
ruling Kuomintang Party to re re-Vli
Vli re-Vli It rnnRtitutmn and iniect
new bloo4 into its ranks.
Chiang told some 500 key party
memDers at a secret aessiuu ui
thalr oiirhth national congress
here that these should be their
two main objectives.
Thu fiQ voir- old ffenerallls-
simo, leader of the party and the
. .... v i 1
nation, saia toe xvuomimanK uccu
to revitalize itself with a revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary spirit. i
He said a cultivation of new
talents in the, party that has xuled
and a revision of itjconstitution
is the only way the Kuomintang
can meet the changing situations
MILWAUKEE (UP) Marvin
T..,.fm.in 9S thrpw his aroii
over his head yesterday when a
10-foot ditch in which he was
working collapsed and buried him
TV,o air nnrkot created bv Traut-
Ttiann'o- arms safpd his life", au
thorities said. It gave him pre pre-rirflis
rirflis pre-rirflis mnmrntu tn live while near
by rescuers dug him out.
He is in lair conamon i a iu iu-waukee
waukee iu-waukee hospital.
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With Toto Ibarra
Bill Rigney Signs Two-Year
Contract To Manage Giants
Br HAL WOOD
RAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17 (W?
-He may be whistling in the
tiark, but Bill Rigney, right on
the heels of signing; a new two-
year contract as manager of the
San Francisco Giants, said to-
day he) hoped to get the club
., into the first division In their
-Initial venture on the pacific
"I'm counting on two things,"
said Rigney, a local boy who vill
be starting hls third season at
the helm of the club. "One is
that the fan enthusiasm we ex
pect from San Francisco people
win De contagious and instill a
new spirit into our club, such as
happened at Milwaukee; and
the other is our hope to land at
least one more good, solid ball
"We had the second best rec record
ord record in the National League dur during
ing during the month of August last
season and if we had had that
one good player, I'm sure we
would haVe been right up there
in the first division," said Bill.
R'fney, 38, said he will Rwap
any man on the club with the
exception of Willie Mays and
The entire membership of Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso Tennis Club is undergoing earn earnest
est earnest training to get in shape for
their annual tournament in Feb
ruary next year.
It Is expected there be a one
hundred per cent participation in
Members like Mitchell, Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, Hoyte, Hinds, Abrahams and
Lopez have improved their game
to a standard that there may be
upsets in many single matches.
,' For the doubles, La Motte with
his American twist service is seen
practising diligently with Brown,
"4 WEIGHT COUNTS
. FORT WORTH NEA) No Nobody
body Nobody on Texas Christians start starting
ing starting line weighs less than 200.
Both guards weigh 235, a tackle,
230, and an end, 223.
and they have defeated many of
their opponents often enough to
cause a split between the Brown Brown-Sinclair
Sinclair Brown-Sinclair team.
Brown and Sinclair were the
doubles champion for this year's
annual tournamnt. In the finals of
the mid-season tournament, thev
lost to the Howell Smythe team
6-2, 10-12, 5-7.
The Johnson brothers is another
team that is expected to put up
Rupert Yard, veteran singles
champion of Paraiso, stated that
he is out to represent himself and
his contenders will have to be
very good to wear him down. He
is screening for a doubles partner.
Seen on Paraiso Tennis courts
last Sunday morning was Dave
Joshua, an outstanding player for
Santa Cruz Tennis Club. The ef
fectiveness of his Cannon Ball
service was highly acclaimed by
spectators. It was clearly evident
that Dave enjoyed himself as
guest of Paraiso Tennis Club.'
"And I might consider trading
Johnny away if we could get
enough help for him. I consider
Johnny the best left-handed
hurler in the National League,"
He also predicted a great year
"Willie, who has been around
New York all these years, is
tickled pink With the idea of
playing in San Franclsoo," said
Rigney. "I think Wll move out
here. And I'm sure he'll hit bet better
ter better in this ball part The Polo
Grounds was' hot made for Wil
lie's type of hitting. : V'
"In fact, I think our whole
club will be stronger late In the
season here than' it was In New
York. The humidity back there
saps the strength of the players.
It will be cool at all times here."
Rigney should know. He was
born in nearby Alameda played
baseball in the Pacific Coast
League for several years and
currently lives across the bay in
Walnut creek about 15 miles
from Seals Stadium.
Athletic Club Has 'Edge'
In Weight, Cristobal
In Youthf ulriess, Condition
By TREVOR SMONS ;
- Cristobal High School and thr Athletic Club were
both conceded even chances to score a victory in tonight's
football contest at Mount Hope Stadium.
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The manager revealed that
coach Tommy Henrich had re resigned,
signed, resigned, but he said he did not
know yet what coaches would be
retained or hired for the next
Lookinr over the rest of the
National League, the manager
predicted that there would be
a dog-fight every year for the
next 10 years.
"I don't go along with the talk
that the Braves have set up a
championship dynasty," he said,
Tney can De Deaten, aitnougn
I'll admit they have a very aolid
"But every team In the league,
including Pittsburgh and Chica
go, has improved and it is go going
ing going to be a close battle right
down to the wire every year." j
He was optimistic about some
of tyie young players in the Gi Giants'
ants' Giants' farm system and some in
the service of Uncle Sam.
"We have nine farm clubs
and 230 players In the farm sys system."
tem." system." he said. "And I'm sure we
nave some good talent on the
The team that gets the breaks
and knows how to use them to
ieir best advantage will be the
one that comes out' on top when
these two evenly matched football
teams meet on the gridirion at
7 p.m. tonight.
Weight and experience is on the
side of the older Athletic Club e e-leven,
leven, e-leven, while conditioning and team
coordination is not at its best.
Cristobal tosses in theifr youth and
spirit plus a few heavvweiehts of
their own in linesmen Russ Favor Favorite,
ite, Favorite, George Kirkland, Don Gruce,
Jon McGraw. Arnold Brooks and
bo far this season, Cristobal's
most effective offense has been in
the air with Bill. Gibson the capa
ble tosser, firing his accurate shots
at Ed Pabon, Jim Brooks, Wendy
Sasso or Harry Keepers, all good
The Athletic Club, of eourse,
have an airborne attack of their
own that features quarterback Bill
McKeown and end Curtis Jeffires.
So the outlook for tonight is such
tnat the fans will have their eys
glued to the skies as though they
were conducting a hunt for Sput Sputnik.
nik. Sputnik. V'
Cristobal's tactics will, no doubt.
be built around an attempt to hoi
off the A.C. in an efforg to wear
down the Jamboree champs and
settle for a one touchdown victo
ry, scored m the final quarter
when the Athletic Club should be
at their weakest. A.C.'s aims
will be just the opposite; a quick
touchdown or two and the resort
to a slow, waiting game.
No advancet ickets have been
put on sale for this A.C. game at
mi. uope stadium, so it will be a
case of "first come, first serve
as the grid-loving fans of the Gold
coast throng to Mt. Hope Stadium
Elongated Edwin Svkes. t h
fast stepping Fancy Dan who
fights out of the city of Colo
speeded ud his training grind to
day for his ten-round feature bout
with Toto Ibarra at the National
Gym Oct. 27.
Sykes will have to be in perfect
physical condition if he is to sue
cessfully stand up against the shif
ty; hard-punching Ibarra in the
most important fight of his ca
The five-foot, nine-and-one-half-
inch youth, who was. born in Co
Ion 19 years ago, dropped a deci
sion to Tito Marshall in his pro
1-1 1 xi .1- 1
ueuui uui inier swept, luruugn nine
opponents to boast a 9-1 record,
The lanky bantamweight, who
uses a clowning, crowd pleasing
styie 10 pepper nis opponents with
accurate, effective punches, lists
Players Vote McMahon
Full Share, Bob Hazle
3-4 World Series Cut
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK. Oct. 17 (UP)
Don McMahon had a full share
of world series gold today to
compensate for the fact that he
didn't get half- his share of
praise in the Milwaukee Braves'
march to tne National League
The Brooklyn-born fireballer
had only a 2-3 record after join joining
ing joining the Braves on June 28 but
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Other matches in the Champion Champion-shin
shin Champion-shin nlfl V-nff QfAr. Anuallv n
TJ1 ,,11 1. E. r. .!"..: "
at, jviuwauB.t;csana thrnung. Results of play on
aaiuraay ana Sunday were as
Tommy Jacks bested Bin De La
Mater 4 and 3
Joe Kincaid squeezed past Dale
AKers 4 and 3
Mr. Henry downed Gregg Armi
tage 2 and 1
Sgt. Coffman sat with a Bye
Jacks beat Henry 3 and 1
Coffman overcame Kincaid i
Jacks outlasted Coffman 1 un
All Flight Winners and Runner-
ups were prestnted beautiful silver
prizes by Captain T. F. Ryan,
ubJN in behalf of the Golf Club at
ter the final round. From all re
ports everyone enjoyed the Tour.
ney and are looking forward to
the Clubs' next event.
was voted a full
compared to the
late-season slugging sensation.
Hazle Joined the club July 28,
mi .528 lor almost a month and
nnished with a .403 mark for 41
That was the only real surnrise
In the distribution of the series
melon, revealed yesterday by
commissioner Ford Frick, but
even Hazle wasn't Inclined to
make an issue of it.
I would like to have gotten
a full share," said Hazle at his
Columbia, S.C. home. "Bu It
isn't for me to say what I
should have. What the play players
ers players voted is okay with me."
McMahon was en route to Ran
Juan, pjt.. where he will play
winter Dan, Dut nis Brother,
Bill, said Don knew of the vote
and was "very happy."
"Don really sweated it, out,"
saJd his brother. "He deeply ap appreciated
preciated appreciated It and, if anything,
was surprised Hazle didn't get a
iuu snare too.
McMahon, a red-faced 215-
pouna righthander, had one of
tne most deceptive record? in
baseball this year. Braves' man manager
ager manager Fred Haney repeatedly call called
ed called him "my club reliever" and
pointed to a 1.53 earned run av
erage as the true measure of his
ability. McMahon pitched 47 In
nings or relief without once
throwing a home run ball an another
other another indication of his ab'llty.
The Braves voted 30 full
shares, includine one to regular
center fielder Bill Bruton. who
was on the disabled list alter
July 11. They gave Nippy Jones,
purchased late in the season
from the P.C.L., a three-quarter
slice; awarded $60.00O-bonus bov
John Demerit, who played In 33
games, a one-third share of 2.-
974.78 and handed $118.000-bon-
us kid Bob Taylor, who appesred
in only seven cames. a flat.
The American League cham champion
pion champion New York Yankees exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited their traditional generositv
when they voted 33 full shares,
including one to coach Fill
Dickey, who was sick all year,
and another to Pete Sheeny,
who nut in his 30th year as the
team's clubhouse boy. They also
voted a full share to traveling
secretary Bill MoCofrv.
The Braves' full-share value
was exceeded onlv by the $11, $11,-147JM
147JM $11,-147JM whkh went to earn
Brooklyn Doiljrf r In W55. Th
Ynks' full losln share of
$5,606 06 was comparatively
Charlev Seear, baseball's sec secretary,
retary, secretary, revealed that Sal Maglle
had been voted shares by both
the Dodeers. with whom he
started the eammrign, and the
Yanxees, with whom he finished
it. Frick ruled that Maelle should
have the Yankee share a one one-half
half one-half share of $2,803.08 compared
to the Dodeers' full third-Place
share of $1,057.18.
The second-place St. Louis
Cardinals voted 30 full shares
worth $1,636.22 each and the
runnerup Chicago White Sox
awarded 32 full shares worth
Is New Amador
As the soke of battle cleared
the Fort Amador Golf Links, Sun
aay anernoon steady, Tom Jacks
Albrook civilian, emerged as the
1957 Club "Handicap" Champion
To gain his crown, Jacks, had
successive battles, with DeLa Mater
Henry and M. Sgt Coffman (also
of Albroook) during the Saturday
-bunaay 54 hole play-on.
In the finals against Set Coffman
Jacks was pushed to his maximum
in gaining a one up victory on the
18th holt. Tommy attributed his
victory to a sweet putter, while
coffman lamented his putter, par
ticularly on the 18th hole wher
he missed his par putt to tie the
maicn witn jacks.
Info Chief Named
At RP University
PROF. JOSE R. DOMINGTJEZ,
a former newsman, has been
named chief of the office of
information and publications
at Panama University. Domln Domln-guez
guez Domln-guez received his higher edu education
cation education at Drake University, in
Iowa, and at Indiana State
Teacher's College, where he
received his master of arts de degree.
gree. degree. His specialties were so social
cial social studies and audio-visual
communications. Since re returning
turning returning to Panama, he has
been active in programs de designed
signed designed to improve national
health, agriculture, economics
Rodotfo Ampudia v (twice! Bailllo
Williams thrice), Ernesto !Camp-'
At Gym Od. 27
bell Sonny McKay, Balvado Moli
na and Byron Cumberbatch as hii
victims, but none of these e m
pare favorably with Toto, who ii
regarded- as the No, 1 eontendei
for champion Melvin Bourne's 111
Sykes supporters insist howev however,
er, however, that' the Colon iuy will um
his longer reach, height and nmi
to hold the shorter Ibarra, admit
tedly the harder hitter, at bay.
He'll be extra careful 'W "thh
one, for Toto is tough." savs train.
er Curro Dosman, "but I ha vi
no oouots my boy will Be the win.
ner when It's all over," ". ;
Sykes has one advantaie oviJ
most or Manama's ore boxen.
Since he is a nrotese of Colon rm.
taurateur Isaac Kresch, he is kept
well supplied with; steaks, his
On thlne's anra. V Hu mmt
man loses, it won't b beeaua
Around The Isthmus
Last 'Sunday's snearftshlnr
competition at Fort San Loren Loren-zowas
zowas Loren-zowas attended by over 30 par
ticipants and their families.
The water at the sit of the
competition was slightly choppy
and due to heavy rains the pre
vious day, visibility on The sur
face was noit what it could have
I saw aulte a few Beginners
testing their fins alongside many
dous feeling of comradeship was
evident in the water.
First prize, was given for the
largest number of nsn caugnt
and Al Benton of the Atlantic
Skin Diving Club was an easy
winner. Al was properly equipped
with a short, low-powered spear
gun, a three-pronged spearhead
and a bae to carry his catch-In.
This arrangement permitted him
to stay offshore .for?.. the entire
threes houri, alloted ; instead of
returning wimeaciv nsn caugni.
I tried to use a, stringer .and
found it unsuccessful .$ too
much time waa spent tying the
stringer .to my belt, and try trying
ing trying to string small fish in the
existinsr choppy water.
John "Pappy" Boraen of tne
Atlantic Skin Diving Club -took
the beautiful! trophy1 given for
the largest fish caught. His 5
pound grouper was 60 pounds
heavier than any other fish
caught. "Pappy" neveri falls, (to
enter a competition and never
fails to win a prize.
Bob Mcllvaine of the El Pan
ama Skin Diving Club effected a
reversal and came up with a
two-inch fish to take the small
est fish prize. v
Following tne competition a
picnic was held at .the mouth of
tne Chagres and although every
one appeared to have a good
time, it was ; evident that very
few of the members of one club,
knew the member of' the other
club. This situations should be
remedied in the near future ; by
having more combined outings.
Special credit for the success
ful handling of the competition
should eo to Albln Reynolds and
Wlllard Reese of the El Panama
Skin Divers, who headed the
committee in 'charge, and kept
thing moving very smoothly.
Thla competition wo eolyf
speaffishinr cluba.which I think
show a definite trend. The in-l
aepenaent sun diver h had his
day. Clubs, make it possible fori
a group or sun xiivers to pool
their resources and accomplish
a great deal more than the
"lone shark" is capable of doinor.
Weekend spearfishing tripai are
oeiier, new locations, are r ex
piored and at much less cost ,to
. "' ..
The eensewsy hae recently
been opened e ekm diving
once more, although certain
restrictions en the areas allow
ed have been published in the
"daily bulletin." The instrae-
tions sire decidedly, haty; how
ever, I'm sure' that any r skin
i dlyer wishing te ose the eaase eaase-way
way eaase-way ean check with he Pre
vost Marshal for clarification
of the permitted areas,
Fishing on the Pacific has not
been too good lately, although
rumor has It that: ,. ,.,.-
the corblna are in at Bird
Rock, the 12-mile reef, and Me-4
a iewflsh Is hanrinr around
the S.W. side of Bird Rock.
the whale sharks are in at
Bona. I :
corblna can be taken at the
Cable Crossing although the wa
ter is very dirty.
October is the last month
for enjoyable divinrr on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side.
the snook are in at Oatnn
snlllwar. .. v. ,-mis .H
HAPPY OUT (.
NEW YORK YNSAWA visitor
to the Belmont Park stable area
notieed a trainer putting brandy
m a horse's oats and asked why.
mi w : J 1A ..... T
Aiiv cuuiunuufrr' lulu.. wh pup
posed to make the steed win. The
visitor -thought's ; minute and then
observed that it obviously didn't
work very will since the horse
hadn't wop in his" last 12 starts.
"I know," said the trainer, "but
I've got the happiest horse in the
HANOVER. N. H. NEA)-Scott
Palmer's touchdown oats recep
tion against Pnnylvnia this sea
son was the first oas caught by
Dartmouth right end in two years
of play at Hanover.
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Lowe, owner of Gallant Man. mov moved
ed moved all of his breeding stock from
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1857 v
(Horn Team Listed Frt)
- x-denotes night game
Friday; Oct. M
i x-Doane'vs. Chadron St.
; -College; of Emporia v. William
sX-George Washington vi. West Vlr-
fx-Miami (Fla.) va. North Carol!-
iu St. .
x-Morehouse va Alabama St.
' .v.niHanfiii v T a Verne
'Kx-San Francisco -St. -vs Nevada ;
a-Shaw va.Elizabetn uiy
? x-Superior St. vs.- Stout St. ;
'X-iTJiane va. wussisiypi
. x-Weit Chester St vs
Saturday oef. it
Akron vs. capital
w Alabama vs. Tennessee i (1)
- Allegheny vs. wove uny
Allen vs. Fbrt vlley ;
It-Arizona vs. New Mexico
." Arkansas vs.. Texas -,
Army va. Pittsburgh
- x-Ashland vs. Defiance
.X-Augustana (S.p.) vs. Wester n n-,
, n-, linoia Ball St. vs DePauw ;
vX-Bemidji St. vs. Mankato St. .,
X:Bethune-Cookman vs. Benedict,
Bloomsburgh St. vs. Shipepns Shipepns-..
.. Shipepns-.. ,burg St,,. iT
.. Blufftqn ys. Ohio Northern
t Boston Allege vs. Villanova
' .Bowling dreen vs. Toledo
Bridgeport vs; American Interna-
Brown vs. Pennsylvania
Bucknel ys. Boston U.
x-ralifornia Polv vs. Fresno St.
'' California vs. Southern Califor-
. ..Carleton a.. Grinnel
Case Tech vs. Wayne St. U.
Central Michigan vs. Northern
Central St. vs. Taylor
x-Chico St. vs. Sacramaento St.
x-Cincinnatl vs. Marquette
X-Citadel va. -Richmond 1
Clark (vs. South Carolina at.
Coast Guard vs. Amherst
vs. Colorado Col-
Colorado Western vs. Adams St.
Cornel College vs. Coe
" CorneU vs. Yale
Courtland at. vs. Brockport St,
Davidson vs. West Virginia
Delaware vs. New Hampshire
Denison vs. Heidelberg
Denver vs. Utah
' Detroit vs.'Xavier (0.)
Dickinson vs. Susquehanna
Drake vs; Colorado St. U.
Duke vs. Wake Forest
Eastern Illinois vs. Eastern
X'Eastern New Mexco vj. Los An Angeles
geles Angeles St. v :
X-East'n Tenn. St. Vs. East'n Ken-
, Elmfeurst vs.Augustana (111.)
v x-Emporia St.: vt.; Southwestern
. Aanssasa 4 -s it.
Ferris., ys Northern- Michigan
j? inaiav vs. Jonn carrnl.
f Fisk vs. DiUard
f!:: it-Florence St. vs. SE Louisiana
' Florida .A : and Jtf vs., Mo r r i s
r loriaa vs. xttisaissiDDl St. v
1 1 ranxun ana. jwarsnaii vs., Tufts
; beoreia Tech vi.y Auhurn
Lodk Haven vs. Ithaca
v.T.nnisiana St. VI. Kentucky
x-Louislana Tech vs. NW Louisia-
na ..--". '""v ;.'..' :
x-Louisville vs. Dytoi) (
Luther vs. Belolt
x-Macalester vs. Duluth Branch
Maine, vs. Connecticut
Mritta vs. Bethanv (W. Va.)
x-Marsha'l vs. .Kent SW
Maryland vs. North Carolina
. THarhnt.tt v J!hnrt TslanH
ViMpMurrv vs': East "Tex as St. f31
xMemphis, "St. t vs. Mississippi
t Southern r
tl Miamt (0; va,; Ohio U.
x-Michigan Tech v, Moorhead
; Michigan St. vs. Purdue
i rMichigaA vs. Northwestern
' Middlebury-vs. Bates
ic -Middle Tennessee vs. Chattanoo Chattanooga.
ga. Chattanooga. Millefsville St. vs. D. C Tchrs.
' Milium irt I r..t
x-Millsap vs. Mississippi College
j Aiuravian, vs. renn Military
X-M6rehead St. vs. .murray St
it-Morningside vs. Iowa Tcfits.
Morris vs. Savannah St.-,
x Mount Union vs Wittenherff
; Muhenberg vs. Lebanon Valley
; wavy vs. ueorgia (;
x-New Mexico A and M v. West
X'H. Mexico Military vs,2 Mex-
North Carolina A and T vs.
North Carolina College vs. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia St.
Nnrth Central vs Parrnl fWi
North Dakota St. vs. North Da Dakota
kota Dakota North Park vs. Concordia (111.)
Norwich vs. Upsala
I Oberlin vs. Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio St. vs. indiana
Oklahoma vs. Kansas
Olivet, vs. -Alhinn
x-Oregon College vs. Portland St.
x-Coll eoe Pacifi caldoh e.sv
x -College of Pacific vs Idaho
x-Pacine, U. vs. Liinlieid
Pacific Lutheran vs. C e n t r a i
Pmhi St. vs. Vanderbilt
x-Pepperdjne vs. Redlands
Fomona-uaremont vs. caiuornia
Princeton vs. Colgate
Randolph-Macon vs. Washington
R.P.I, vs. Union
x-Ripon vs. Lawrence
Rutgers vs. Lehigh
St. Augustine vs. St. Paul's
St. Lawrence vs. Buffalo
San Dimas vs. Riverside
x-San Jose St. vs. San Diego St.
x-Santa Barbara vs. Long Beach
x-Santa Barbara vs. Long Reach
x-Scrlnton vs. King's (Pa.)
Slippery Rock Vs.J Western Re-
South Dakota St. vs. South Da-
x-Southern MethodiSt vs. Rice
t '!:- tit' i
DETROIT (UP) Baseball is
nnmnlsterl fnr th vear hut the
trade talking season is just in its
"warming up" penoa, ueirou 11 11-ger
ger 11-ger General Manager Johnny Mc Mc-Hale
Hale Mc-Hale said today.
McHale brushed aside Chicago
tvkita Qnv Vtro Pnsi,-Int Charles
IT .1. b. Mvn -. .
rnmiclrov' talk nhmit ohtainmB
Harvey; Kuenn or Charley Max-
"He's been talking about Kuenn
for a month," McHale said. "But
.11 h want in eivp nn are sec-
Ipnd liner like Sammy Esposito,
Wnen UnUCK lr uitiuumg
names of Minnie Minoso, Nellie
Fox and Bill Pierce, we'll start
getting down to business.
"After all, McHale laughed,
"it's about time they gave us
Pierce back he's been on loan a
long time." The Pierce trade was
probably the worst ever pulled by
Detroit. The Tigers o b t a 1 ned
catcher Aaron Robinson, who, did-
McHale said he wouldn t trade
hurl ji b ad vear av
any players who had a bad year
this season jusi ia uauc ";....
v ,.,9. mrn0 thp Tieers who
had poor seasons, hitting below
.300 for the nrsi time in m wp
u'k.n ,. inHo it's eninB to
to to help the club," McHale em
He said Detroit's chief interest
tj;ii m.riin nf Kansas CltV.
ii smith of Cleveland, a first
baseman, to spell Ray Boone ana
,ili.Mr Th fourth-
place Tigers also are weak behind
ht.ii.i siri rir(nt wax lone on
pitchers and that the hurlera were
the Tigers' top trade bait. The
A's want southpaw uuiy noeii. xar
Trade To Get
rtrT- nr rw-f 17 fTIP
Tuesday Vice President Charles
Comiskey of tne crucago wiuit
env .oih vis mniilr! continue trade
DVA Oi w
talks with four teams and Indi
cated he probaDiy wouia maif.e
at least one aeai in ine
x-Southern MethodiSt vs. Rice it was believed Comiskey
f zutMern '"S" A sought outfielder! BiU Tuttla pr.
Slie MaxweU or infielder
southwestern vs.-1 ausuh;
'rritpf ratfman iralns ten yards, fumbles, then recovers for Balboa High School before
'?tK. rluh TRams J r Oliver (14) and (J. Windell (15) can dive on the ball. The action took
Jlace at las? rEtSL at the Balboa Stadium. Tlx Rams took the Bulldogs 7-0.
t "mnvinp" Hav in the
ll w ao av
toatrnps tndav. with several
former big leaguers returning foi
another chance ana oiners Degi" Degi"-ning
ning Degi"-ning the long road back to the
ctn Psivs whn ltd the South
ern Association with a .359 batting
mark last season, was purcnasea
h,i th rinrinnsti Redlees. who
gave up shortstop Bobby Durn-
baugh ana pitcners jonn umnam
and Jim Brecnin to seauie oi inr
Pacilic Coast League in exchange
' Geneva vs: Westminster iPa.l
4 Gettysburg vs;; Aifiht
'X-Gustavus-Adolphus vs. Hamline
1 Hainpden-Sydney vs. W e s t e r n
4 1 Maryland
Ix-Hardin-Simmons vs. Wichita
S Harvard vs. Columbia
Hayerford. Vs. Johns Hopkins
, Hillsdale vs. Alma
i Hiram vs. Otterbein
iHobart vs. Alfred
a Hofstra vs. Northeastern
Holy Cross vs.- Dartmouth
i, x -nouston vs. UKiahoma State
, Howard U. vs. Morgan St.
X-Humbodt St. vs. California Ag-
Idaho it. vs. Montana St.
illlinois Normal vs. Southern Il Illinois
linois Illinois Illinois vs. Minnesota
Iowa St. vs. Misouri
. low vs. Wisconsin
. low Weslean vs. Wartburf
X-Jackgonville St. Vs. Austin Peay
,J. C. Smith vs. Delaware at.
J Juniata ys. Lycoming
"LX-Kalamazoo vs. Wayne St. U.
s x Kansas St" vs. Colorado
. N Kings Point va. Wagner
: Kanox vs. St. olaf
, ,Lewii and Clark vs. College of
X-LincoJn (Mo.) v. Langston (2)
Lincoln (Pa.) vs. Virginia Union
J Livingston vs. South Carolina
Snrincrfiplrt VS. BrittdelS
Swarthmore vs Hamilton
Temple vs. Lafayette
Texas Southern vs. Texas'
T.Tavaf ToK vs. Ravlnr
Tougaloo vs. Philander Smith
Trinity (Conn.) vs. Colby
x-Tulsa vs. North Texas St.
U.C.L.A. vs. Oregon St
, Ursinus vs. Wilkes
Utah St. vs. Montana
Valparaiso vs. Butler
Vermont vs. Rochester
Virginia vs. Virginia Tech (5)
Wabash vs. Sewanee
Washington and Jeferson vs.
Washington St. vs. Oregon
Washington vs. Stanford
Waynesburg v. St. Vincent
Western Kentucky St. vs. Ten Ten-nesseeTech
nesseeTech Ten-nesseeTech Western Michigan vi. Washing Washington
ton Washington fMn.r
x-Western Washington vs. British
West Virginia St. vs. Rluefied
Wheaton vs. Iinois Weseyan
i-Whitworth vs. Pueet Sound
x-Williamette vs. Whitman
William and Mary vs. V.M.I.
Williams vs. Bowdoin
Wimington vs. Kenyon
Winston-Salem vs. Hampton In Institute
stitute Institute x-Wofford vs Furman -Wooster
. Worcester Poy vs; Wesleyan
Wyoming vs. Brigham Young
Xavier (La.) vs. Aabama A and
. Sunday, Oct. 20
Loras vs. St. Ambrose
1 at Birmingham, Ala.
2 at Kansas City, Mo.
3 at Stamford, Teft
4 at Norfok, Va.
5 at Richmond, Vaf-
trlH from Kansas Citv. and OUl
A Marls, or Al Smith from Clevc
Comiskey emphasized that no
deal was ciose lo connjieuvn.
Man O'War Other
Top Stars Enter
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.
(UP) Man O'War. reearded bv
most experts as the greatest
thoroughbred who ever lived, to today
day today wai enshrined in the National
I Museum or Racing along with
nine other' champions of the 1910 1910-1
1 1910-1 1930 era,
I Winner of 20 of Ids 21 races,
"ig. Red" was the unanimous
choice of a national committee of
sports writers for racing's shrine
along with EauiDoiaa and Exter
minator, two of the great at
i weight carriers t all time. -!
Others selected -were Gallant
) Fox, Twenty Grand, Blue Lark Larkspur.
spur. Larkspur. Regret Grey: Lag. Saraxen
and Sir Barton. Gallant Fox waa
the 1930 Triple Crown champion
'while Regret gained fame as the
only Wly to win. the Kentucky
TWO FOR TWO V--V
BOSTON. ( UP ) Tt -was "open
house" toay at Suffolk Downs.
All patrons were allowed to enter
the race track free of charge.
However, it still cost $2 for a $2
Harvev Kuenn from Detroit,
Ditching neip irom uaiwi"i,
infielders Hector Lopez ana Biiiy
Former Big Leaguers Get
Another Chance, Others
Sent Down OnMoving Day
for the out-fielder-firsl baseman.
Dl-,c -flrct hrnko intn Ihn majors
with the Philadelphia Phillies in
Jim Greengrass, who tormeriy
played for the Redlegs and Phil Phil-lias
lias Phil-lias uraj! nil rrhased trom Sacra
mento of the Pacific Coast League
by the Detroit .tigers.
Walt Craddock and Ray Her Herbert,
bert, Herbert, both with Buftalo of the in international
ternational international League, were pur purchased
chased purchased by the parent Kansas City
Athletics, who gave up on both in
Upset In Every Package;
Hoople Has Loads Of Em
In other moves, tne a s em
catcher Bill Shanti, left hander
Hnst and the rieht-handed
Al Aber, 30, also a former Tiger,
to Buftaio and secona. oasem"
Curt Roberts to Denver of the
American Association as part of
last summer's big deal with the
New York Yankees.
Nippy Jones, 3:, whose celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated "shoe shine" led to Milwau Milwaukee's
kee's Milwaukee's fourth game, 7-5 victory over
the Yankees in this year's World
Series, was sent to Wichita of the
American Association by the
Braves, who called up inneiaer
Joe Morgan from Atlanta of the
Corky Valentine, 27, and Red
Mnrff 3S hnth nf whom saw little
action with the Braves, were sent
to Wichita in exchange tor Kay
Rippe'meryer, a right handed
pitcher, and Vic Rehm, a left lefthander.
hander. lefthander. Bob Kennedy, 37, was given his
outright release by the Los Angeles-bound
By Major Amos B. Hoepl
r.r.Atii Tuiiv aware that crow
ing is distasteful to ray zillions
of faithful followers, I retrain from
tooting my own horn except under
The time has come for me to
hroalr tho mnrlpst ailADCP that SUT-
rounds me like a shroud and be
speak my mind to my detractors,
who are few, it is true, but loud.
May I confound them by listing
few nf th inlcv uosets handed
out this Vear by only one forecas forecaster
ter forecaster the length and breadth ot the
land namely Major Hoople?
jn the Toretront ot my upset se selections
lections selections were Brown to beat Yale,
Miami over Baylor and South Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina to humble Texas. On another
week-end, I predicted Wyoming's
victory over Kansas State, North
Parnlina Slat nvsr North Caroli
na and Southern Methodist over
California. And m mv very lirst
kickoff week, 1 gave my clientele
Kentucky to heat Mississippi the
same Kentucky that lost to Missi Mississippi,
ssippi, Mississippi, 37 to 7, the yesr before
Thus nerhaDs the little grOUD
of disgruntled carpers who would
find fault witn tne Mona wsa Be Because
cause Because there was nrt large balloon
with a HAW HAW! in it beside
the lady, will tune in their ears
this wek to my upsets. I'm select selecting
ing selecting Penn to beat Brown, Auburn
in heat Reorsia Tech. Rice over
Southern Methodist, lowa Mate ov
Missouri, Wisconsin to deleat to-
wa and Stanford to hum Die wasn-
Now, go on witn the rest m tne
Army 20, Pittsburgh 13
Pennsylvania 20, Brown 14
Navy 20, Georgia 0
Cornell 19, Yale 13
Columbia 14, Harvard T
Princeton 14, Colgate 7
Illinois 21, Minnesota 14
Ohio State 27, Indiana 6
Iowa State 14, Missouri T
Wisconsin 14, Iowa 7
Oklahoma 21, Kansas f
Tennessee 26, Alabama 13
Mississippi 13, Tulane 7
Arkansas 20, Texas 7
Auburn 20, Georgia Tech 13
Duke 27, Wake Forest S
Kentucky 14, La. Slate 1
North Carolina 20, Maryland 7
Miami 21, N. Carolina Slate 14
Rice 20, So. Methodift 13
Texas A and M 21, Tex Christian 14
So. Calif. 14, California 7
Oregon State 20, UCLA 13
Stanford 20, Washington 13
A.C. 13, Cristobal 6
iBHA 7, Jr. College 6
IT MAY BE YOUR LIVER
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it may b your livtrl
It'a a fact It takes up to two pinta
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Tommy Wilson Tops
Pro Football League
In Ground Gaining
dutt Ar.vT.pmA i'TTPU-Tommvi
x niuniuua "- v -
wiianh of the Los Angeles Rams,
unfettered by a college diploma,
was a magna cum iauae penoi penoi-mer
mer penoi-mer among the univeristy alumni
in the National Football League
U7i 1 oati wnA Vivnassid college
lidVU) nv "J r"-
and won his football experience
during a service niicn, w me
leading ground gainer in the lea league
gue league after three weeks of play
with a net Of 350 yards in S3 car carries
ries carries for a 6.6 yard average.
Eddie Le Baron of Washington,
the wee one among the NFL hus huskies,
kies, huskies, held the No. 1 spot among
the league passers.
Le Baron's top position with the
passers came from average gain
of 10.67 yards for every pass
thrown, the league's method of de determining
termining determining the ratings. The Red Redskins'
skins' Redskins' mighty mite completed 27
of 43 for a 62.8 percentage. He
threw four touchdowns while gain gaining
ing gaining 459 yards and had two inter-
Clyde Conner of the Forty-niners
led in pass receptions with 16
caught for 218 yards and one
Tim MiitsrhelW of Raltimnr
leads the scorers with five touch
downs lor 30 points ,au on pass
Along The Fair-ways
A reminder to all members a a-bout
bout a-bout the National Distillery spon sponsored
sored sponsored club championship tourna tournament!
Entries must" sign up at the club
by Sunday at 4 p.m. full handicap
will determine each flight and will
be used during the ensuing match
Medalist will be low score shot
during the first round, of match
play using his full handicap and
will receive one ease of the Na National
tional National Distillery products.
' There will : be- championship
trophy; a case of National Distil Distillery
lery Distillery products will.be given to all
winners of flights; one half case
of each runner-up... j-
, In hopei of getting enough wom women
en women for one flight the Club will use
the P.W.G.A.-or -club handicap.
At least eight women are needed
to play. There Will alse be a case
of National Distillery products for
the winner and one half case for
Spot prizes will be available but
will be determined after the com completion
pletion completion of the" pairings. 1
v&zmA i vKb
II til Hera u VICIR0Y' liBiiil
If Hill xclutv filter I I
II mil VICEROY. I
ithu you will prefer,
They are the 20,000 pure white filtering;
elements of the exclusive, cellulose
VICEROY filter. Inhale the smoke of a
VICEROY cigarette and slowly very
slowly taste its wonderful flavor, its
incomparable freshness and its delicate
smoothness. VICEROYS are made
in Panama with a select blend of the
finest imported tobaccos. That's
why they come to you fresher. .
give you more pleasure.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPEB .,,.;j,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19 V
PAGE TEN t,,
C L A S3S I F I E D S
$X TH)5 SPACE IS FOR SALE : ','
,this space is for sal.e
for Information telephone 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 20740
: ... in
PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Bo 1890 Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. da P. Phone Panama
S-W77. Crittobal J-147S.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
each houta. on mil past Ca Ca-tino.
tino. Ca-tino. Phona Bilboi 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Trim, Balboa 1622.
For ratarvation at Shrapnal'i San Santa
ta Santa Clara, alio regarding iile of
proptrty. Phona Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Tha bast dinners and drink
are served in our modorn air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotai Intarnacienal "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S da Mayo.
FOR RENT: Spsca for offica.
Compafiia da Segure building in
Campo Alagra. Air conditioned,
alavator, claanarman, big spaca
for parking 26 M2. T.I 3-0136.
FOR RENT: Two largo rooms.
11th street Bis No. 13-A, Rio
FOR RENT: Furnished rooms
corner 4th July Avenue and I
Street. Information: Call 3 3-0575.
0575. 3-0575. Apartments
FOR RENT: Three badrooma,
apartment, 3 baths, maid's
auarters. 45th Street No. 38.
FOR RENT: Apartment at Via
Porras. No. 54. Phone 5004.
FOR RENT: Modern "Duplex"
two bedroom apartment. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished or unfurnished, near El
Panama Hotel in Campo Alegre.
Tel. 3-3379 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: $50.00 completely
furnished apartment, North
American noighors. Via Ispa Ispa-Aa,
Aa, Ispa-Aa, 82nd street No. 48. Phona
Bulldogs Make Interschool
Debut At Balboa Tomorrow
By TREVOR SIMONS
Tha (Balboa Bulldogs, defending
football champions ol 1956, will
make their debut at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium tomorrow night, when they
face the C.Z. Junior College ele ele-.
. ele-. ven ;n the latter', tirst interschol interschol-astio
astio interschol-astio game of the 1957 season.
Though this be their first inter interschool
school interschool game, the Bulldogs have al already
ready already played their annual "R e d d-White"
White" d-White" game, the Jamboree and
one exhibition game against the
, Athletic' Club. They were hold
in the jamboree and dropped a
close 7-6 decision to the A.C.
' In all three of their previ previ-r
r previ-r oua appearance they have experi experienced
enced experienced difficulty holding on to the
ball. No doubt Coach Anderson has
1 had his boys working overtime on
i s cure for fumbleitts. If this Bull-
dog team can get otgaznied quick quick-,
, quick-, ly, they should turn out to be a
tough customer in their efforts to
retain their grid championship.
There is no question but that the
UNITED STATE Or AMERICA
United States District Court For
' The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Cristobal
Isaac Williams, Plaintiff vs. Earlean
ailluma, Defendant. Summons Case No.
1172 Civil Docket 10 Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
- aftet the last publication.
In ease of jour failure to so appear
t and answer, judgment will be taken a-
gainst you by default for the relief de de-'
' de-' anended in the complaint.
: WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crewe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
this first day of October. 1957.
, C. T. McCormick, Jr.
By l David M. Jenkins
' Deputv Clerk.
To Karlean Williams
The foregoing summons Is served up--n
you by publication pursuant to the
order af the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge, United States District
' Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated October 1, 1957. and en
tered and filed in this action In the
office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, on October 1. 1057.
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
, : BysDavM M. Jenkins
" TEC" 2-2374
Corner -H" Darlea St.
ATTENTION. & I.I Jail built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bat, cold watar.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 closets, 2 bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment on ground floor with in independent
dependent independent porch, and yard. Fur Furnished,
nished, Furnished, $100.00, unfurnished
$80.00. Jose do Fabrega Avenue
No. 16, Pasadena. Phone 3 3-2411.
2411. 3-2411. 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 3-6090
FOR RENT: Spacious cool fur furnished
nished furnished room In Bella Vista for
bachelor, preferably American.
Call 3-4638 for information.
FOR RENT: Duplex apartmen
in El Cangrejo. Two bedrooms,
one is air-conditioned, parlor,
diningroom, front porch, garage,
maid's room and bath. Watar
pipe installation for heater.
$120.00 monthly. Call Panama
3-0960 from 10 to 12 noon or
from 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, $75.00. El Cangrejo, east
55 street and Alberto Navarro.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment over Panama
Auto on Automobile Row. $75
monthly. Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and bath. Hot and cold
water connection. Recently built
modern house in front of Park
Urraca in Bella Vista. Informa Information
tion Information Tel. 2-1958.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
for gentleman. With private
service and entrance. Chile Ave.
No. 6 corner 38th St. Panama.
50 discount on all purchases
of records on Inauguration Day
of GRECHA beside Central
Theatre on October 22nd. Whole
record stock 50 off.
material is there. 230 pounder,
Bruce Bateman, presents an un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant picture of a tank to his
opposition as he runs from F u 1 1 1-back
back 1-back and along with this huge
Bulldog, there are a pair of half halfbacks,
backs, halfbacks, Charlie French and Gary
Ness, with the potential of hsing
tops in the interschool league,
Joe Reynolds at 155 pounds,
and Tom McKeown share he quar quar-terbacking
terbacking quar-terbacking with the latter getting
the nod over the former. Their
starting line, reading from end to
end, averages somewhere m the
neighborhood of 180 pounds and
that alone could go a long ways
towards wearing down the under undermanned
manned undermanned staff of Canal Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College.
The Green Devils, of course,
are not exactly featherweights, and
they do have a 22 man squad
which, in the terms of previous
Junior College teams, constitutes
a crowd. Joe Cicero, team captain
of the Devils, has beep sidelined
since 10 days Jprior to the Jambo Jamboree
ree Jamboree and that has had a heavy bear bearing
ing bearing on the showing of J.C. to date.
Their scoresheet is scoreless, hav having
ing having failed to hit pay dill in the
Jamboree, then fol'owed up with
a 6-0 defeat at the hands of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal ont week later.
It is hard to predict who will
be playing where for J.C. at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa tomorrow night, for coach
Brown has reauired that earn ni
his players learn mure than one
position in an effort to plug up
gaps that may be caused by inju injuries
ries injuries during the season.
College's most powerful weapon
is on the ground and usually fea features
tures features the Morris brothers, Jim and
Kenny, with Jim, the older, doing
a brilliant job of running from full fullback
back fullback while brother Kenny helps o o-pen
pen o-pen the holes from his guard or
Three candidates are still trying
to earn the wide-open qcarterback
position. So far, Brown has gone
along with Gerald Dare most of
the time, but it womd be no sur surprise
prise surprise if either Gerald Ermin or
Bill Hatchett take ove' tomorrow
night for Junior College. And then
there is Donald Alexander, a no-so-unsung
hero of J.C who was
the main force in keeping Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal from scoring arv more than
their 6 points last -Friday night.
Alexander pnly punts, but his con consistent
sistent consistent long-distance kicking has a
ready proven priceless to the
I Green Devils and should continue
. i i .,
to uo so inrougnoui me season.
This game promises to be a
close one. sp this writer sives
Balboa Hieh the nod over Co'le.
J Sticking my neck out even furth-
er, the Bulldogs take the field
such slight favorites, they should
come out winners by a 7-6 score.
a..M a.m. .sna
BAJtDO-No 2 Street a MORRISON 4th of Job Ave. A j SL LEWIS
rARMACLA LUX 1M central avenoe
VAN-DF.R-JI8 SS Street No. SJ FARMACIA
the Bella Vista TtMatre. COLON
FOR SALE: Beautiful home in
the mountains of North Carolina.
Home located In Laurel Park,
212 miles from the town af Hen Hen-dersonville.
dersonville. Hen-dersonville. North Carolina. Lot
1 acres; beautifully landscap landscaped.
ed. landscaped. Two story house, three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms and sun parlor.
Downstair: Large livingroom,
diningroom, terraza, sun parlor,
breakfast room, kitcbarl fuXy
equiped with stove, metal ca cabinets,
binets, cabinets, and maids room. Price
$30,000.00. For further refer reference
ence reference call Panama 3-5419
FOR SALE: 1956 Fordomatia
station wagon $2000. 2491
Pyle Street. 2-3050. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 47 Kaiser, new
transmission, battery, e I a a n
throughout. Excellent mechanical
condition. Call Barxee at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 3254.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Tudor
6 cyl. 3200 miles. Good price.
Tel. Panama 3-1933. or Box 52
FOR SALE: Chevrolet pick-up
'A ton and Willys jeep. Both in
good condition. Madera San Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Central Avenue final, Cs-
FOR SALE: Cadillac 4-door
Limosine suitable for Embassy.
S500.00. Tel Balboa 1662.
551 1-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 British MG.
color blue with interchangeable
regular and fiber glass hard top,
wsw tires, low mileage. Perfect
condition, $1400. Call 83-3141
after 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1949. 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, flue drive. Call C. Z. 2 2-2731
2731 2-2731 day or 2-4246 after 6:00.
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth
Tudor sedan $225.00. See at
7M-B Lacona. Tel Navy 3966.
50 discount on all purchases
of record on Inauguration Day
of GRECHA betide Central
Theatre on October 22nd. Whole
record stock 50 off.
the McLevy way. Body Massare,'
Excerrlslnr Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor ladles
nd fentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosrmena Ave. S3-4S
PANAMA e COLON
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
- Tel. Panam. J-055J
; TRANSFEREES BAXTER, 5 A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phonos 2- 2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding e Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
155 Central Ave.
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th St No. (-25
Across from the Lx Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
TeL 3-3272 Panama,
For military and civil eervtre
personnel enry la CZ write or
pfcesie tea inersMtien PhH Wet Wet-er.
er. Wet-er. General Arret. Pkoae 1 07SS
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J tm. 4.
RMAC1A U. BATURRO Pergne Ufevre
Central Avenue 12.16 TeL 431
FOR SALE: 6 pc. bedroom set,
3 pc. livingroom sat, leaving
Isthmus. Call 3-1755 after
5 p.m. Apt. 4. House Na. 9.
45th St. A
FOR SALE. Beautiful 'Sohmar's
Baby Grand Piane, excellent
condition. Must ba aaan to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate true value $715.00.
Phone Balboa 1751 for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. FOR SALE: G. E. Radio-phone-graph
console, with 3 speed Gar Gar-rand
rand Gar-rand changer, beautiful cabinet.
Phona 2-1662 ar 551 1-B Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. $150.
FOR SALE: One Upright plana,
cheap. Telephone, Curundu
6186 House 2000-A, Curundu,
FOR SALI: 1951 Ford V-S
convertible, vary goad condition.
Must sacrifice, leaving lathmus.
Best offer. Call 2-2742 before
4:30 after 2-1659 Balboa.
50 discount an all purchases
of records an Inauguration Day
of GRECHA baeida Central
Theatre en October 22nd. Whole
record stock 50 off.
In Tugging March
MIAMI (UP) Circuit Judge
Stanley Miledge engaged several
cameramen in a tugging match
yesterday when the lensmen tried
to take pictures in the courthouse
The incident occurred after the
judge ordered attorney Roland W.
Granat jailed for contempt when
the latter questioned a ruling.
Ben Silver, cameraman for a
television station, photographed
Granat behind bars, then snapepd
a picture of the judge as he
walked from his courtroom.
The judge ran to Silver and
took his camera, witnesses said.
Silver surrendered tha,JUm and
was allowed to depart: with his
Then Miami Herald photograph photographer
er photographer Lewis McLain tried- to take
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Roaches And Anls
Re ten tilts recommend that jn eon.
trol roaches and ants the modern
way with Johnston's NO-ROACH.
Brushed just where you want it
(table less, cabinets, sills, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless eoatlnf kills
these, pests. It's effective for months,
sanitary, and easy to use.
or. 89c; pint l.S at Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commis commissaries.
saries. commissaries. VARNISH & PAINTS
OF FIRST QUALITY
Full command of the English language Imperative;
capable of translating Spanish text to English ad advertising
vertising advertising copy and of producing layouts with ideas
Please apply in writing for an appointment to a per personal
sonal personal interview, detailing experience and previous
employment. Please give telephone numbers where you
qan be reached.
The General Manager,
Box 134." Panama. R. P.
aasssHM a M A MM 1 l' W BfJPVfjilem BVITI A Win T tt'ateW MaB. II JB
SERVICE-Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 PAKMAC1A ESI ADOS UNIOOS-HI Cendrel Ave
I. Oasa Ave. o. DOW
Street FABMACU "SAS" VU Perree 111 MOVED AD ES ATHIS B
FOR $ALE:i Ther automatic
washing machine, excellent con condition
dition condition $100.00. Ther semi-automatic
washing machine $40.00,
can ba seen af Qtrs. 49-A, Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook or call' 16-4119 after
FOR SALI: Double waffle iron
$7.00. G. I., toaster $5.00, 25
cycle train transformer $5.00,
boy bicycle 24" $20.00, t mimA
camera $10.00. Call 17-2290.
FOR SALE: Table taw 10" tilt tilting
ing tilting arber craftsman h.p. Tel.
FOR SALE: Kenmere washing
machine, vary reasonable, good
condition. Albroek 1-06 287-A
FOR SALI: 25 cycle Laundro Laundromat
mat Laundromat washing machine, motor and
parts. $20.00. 2.4338.
FOR SALI: Refrigerator,
clothes bureau, food cabinet,
electric dock, 3 tables, 2 bam bamboo
boo bamboo curtains, S chairs, 2 lamps,
2 rugs, 4 sheets, assorted pots,
kitchenware, etc. $35 cash for
all. Ancoir 2-4301 after 4:15 or
50 discount an all purchases
of records an Inauguration Day
of GRECHA beside Central
Theatre an October 22nd. Whole
record Stock 50 off.
LOST: Young hound Dog,
white brawn apats. Between Co Coca
ca Coca Solito and Cativa. 1-1633
Milledge's picture entering the
courtroom, and the judge, aided
by Bailiff Charles Michel, strug struggled
gled struggled to take the camera.
The judge ordered McLain into
custody in his chambers.
Another Herald photographer,
Steven Wever, showed up next
and tried to take a picture Of the
i..A. inniUr (tmpcl ensued.
but Wever managed to hold hie
camera na gei away. ib
era was damaged slightly;
Rnh Rnimfield. another televi
sion photographer, was next on
the scene. He snapped the judge s
picture and was hauled into Mil Mil-ledge's
ledge's Mil-ledge's chambers.
"What (in von think this IS. a
circus?" the judge asked a photo
grapher at one pomi.
MoT.ein and Rrumfield were
later allowed: to leave, their film
intact. The judge had contended
to them that a law proniDiung
picture maKing in me courtroom
extended to the corridor outside.
The judge apparently missed
one cameraman, who got an ac action
tion action shot of Miledg and the bail bailiff
iff bailiff struggling with Wever. The pic picture
ture picture ran in this morning's Her Herald.
GLIDDEII PANAMA, S. A.
Phone 3-7711 y 3-7712
AMERICAN PRESS, INC.
-.niAuta car wash $1, steam
cleaning at motor $5, waxing af
cart $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Far tha bast In TV and electric
repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. All service
C. O. D.
50 discount on all purchases
' of records en Inauguration Day
of GRECHA betide Central
Theatre an October 22nd. Whole
record stock 50 off.
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES 3 months,
t 1 ' tf "f i-nn-Wflr)-, .," S," 'Trim ."J I -Illliill. mi iiii .1 ..V ilijIljiJillM
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I.A.G.S. PRESENTATION George Stillman, reproduction lithograph specialist with tht
Inter American Geodetic 6urvy, receives a Department of the Army suggestion award cer certificate
tificate certificate and a check for $210, in recognition of submitting an Idea which effects' savings of
approximately $7500 annually In USARCARIB. He suggested that a plastic proofing system
be utilized for proofing all maps prepared by the Engineer Section reproduction division.
This method reduces the cost of color proofs and provides a means of checking the accuracy
of original data, type and other errors without the use of plates or offset press. Present
at the award ceremony were, left to right, O. L. AInsworth, deputy chief of the TAGS oper operations
ations operations division; Col. Ferdinand S. Tate, TAGS director; Stillman and Lt. Col Burr E. Adams,
chief of the IAGS 'operations division. The award was one of many made under Project
Paydirt, an ArmyTwide program to Increase the effectiveness of Army operations: ."'
; (TJ.S. Army Photo)
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T-w fry's tf&r4?l
CWO JAMES M. CLONCH JR., second from left, receives from Col.. W. R. Seymour. U. S:
Army Caribbean Quartermaster, a letter -of appreciation, for the exemplary manner in which
he carried out his assignments while serving here In the Canal Zone. Clonchr who Is due
to depart the command for stateside duty", served as chief of Food. Service, was with the
QM Atlantic Supply Point, and. as commissary officer, Ft. Gulick, a position in which he had
no previous training. The letter of appreciatipn cited that Clonch's outstanding perform performance
ance performance while commissary officer, was Instrumental in gaining a superior rating for the QM in
the FY 1958 general inspection. At the left is Lt. Col. J. N. Herndon, chief of field service,
and at the right Lt. Col. G.-W. Carter, Jr., executive officer, Quartermaster USARCARIB.
(U.S Army Photo)
-CHICAGO Robert: Kennedy,
chief counsel of the Senate ; Rac Rackets
kets Rackets Committee,, charging : that
more than 75 per cent of the dele delegates
gates delegates "it the recent. Tes miters
Union convention were there ille illegally:
gally: illegally: - i
"How could this happen? 'Very
simply. When h became oeeessary,
Mr. (President Dave) Beck just
waived the constitution."
iAN FRANCISCO Vice Presi President
dent President Nixon, while saying that
Sptrtnik hasn't increased Russia's
Ui 111 i J HICUU1,
- xne aocouue necesuiy oi raim raim-taining
taining raim-taining our superiority in military
strength must always take prior priority
ity priority over the understandable desire
to reduce our taxes."
LONDON t- Nikita S.
cbev, accusing the United States
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOIAU CX
Boats &. Motors
Priced for quick tale. Mahogany
boat. 12 ft. 1 Sin., mahogany,
complete with equipment, li li-censed.
censed. li-censed. Cabina fishing outfit,
complete for 2. Paint spray com compressor.
pressor. compressor. Trailer materials. Phona
Wanted Diesel light plant, ap approximately
proximately approximately 5 kw, Good condi condition,
tion, condition, cash. Call 2-0559 all day,
er Tropical Theatre' Soda'
Fountain after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE. It ft. cabin crusier
35 h.p. Evanruda motor, remote
controls. Price $900. Phona
and Turkey of preparing an at
tack on Syria:
"Armed conflict which is about
to arise around Syria contains a
threat of spreading and becoming
a worm wide tire of warA
AUSTIN, Tex, Gov. fcrice
Daniel Of Texas,, pledging never
to let federal troops "occupy" any
school in Texas: -.
"Soldiers and bayonets do not
mix with the education of our
LITTLE ROCK MeTba Patillo,
15, one of nine Negro, students at attending
tending attending Central High. School under
protection of the federal troop de detachment
tachment detachment now being reduced:
"The only way I'll quit school
's for them to pack me out.
"Whether the soldiers are there
or not, I'm going to school"
WANTED: Salesmen and col collectors
lectors collectors for our Club System. Je Je-yeria
yeria Je-yeria New York, apposite Chase
WANTED: Jxperienced ag.
tittais. bookkeeper between 22
and 30 year of age. Mutt read
and write English and Spanish.
Write to P. Q. Box 51 1, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. P. enclosing a picture.
POSITION WANTED Spanish
cook-house .keeper, English English-speaking,
speaking, English-speaking, excellent references.
Recommended for w or king
mother. Phone 925-3679.
WANTED: Vacation 'quarters,
begining Oct, 44. CaH 92-3345
50 discount on all purchases
of record's en Inauguration Day
of GRECHA betide Central
Theatre en October 22nd. Whole
record stock 50 off. r-
MC MURDO SOUND, Antartict
Carl Boyl.es of Kennersvillesville,i
N. C-, a construction driver ex explaining
plaining explaining why he volunteered for
18 months duty in Antartica:
. "It's a challenge; it's something
new."' t s '
. GOVT STJUTLTS
' AUTO PARTS
Ford, Che,' CMC,' Meek, Jeep, etc.
Listing evailable on reqaeet.
A tew select territories for agency
appointmeota are still open
1NTX AUTO PATS CORP.
td W. 124th BU H I. 17. N.T.
i WHITP MilP
ITIllltd 4' SU avlMSW
$6.00 per hundred
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17; 195)
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1LT NEWSPAPEH
terrx and ran raum v
BI GEORGE WINDER
THE 8TORT VW MARTHA WAlNE
By WILSON SCRLGGS
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PHOJJfi THE FLOOR
DO-TELL JOKES AND LEAt
LCAKHWGOMTHC KMEB55NCY7CA6C JUST BSTOOn
PNOW H6LP MATTERS.
fKCCKLES AND BIS FRIENDS
a MAKib HOMe PEr-
MTw.y 5VT His :
How'd I Get Then?
By MXRILL BLOSSEB
His PEN IS HIS
LAW? ALWAYS TAkK A
MAT AFTSfc HE CATS A LOT
IP 1 DIDHT KNOW BETTER.
It) SAY THIS BEAR COULD g
By T. T. HAMLIN
Nobody Told Him
By Al VERMEEB
HrI pIDNT RCAL12E
BUYING A BARN
COULD Bg SO r--lCOMPLICATEDy
HECe'S A BILL FROM)!
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As Threats Fly Thick and Fast In Middle East ...
West Fears Russia May Start
World War III Over Syria
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.f Oct. 17 (UP) Western diplomats expressed concern today that Russia might
blunder into World War III over the Syrian situation.
Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko charged late yesterday thart the United States is "prodding" Turkey
' to attack Syria after Turkey's Oct. 27 elections. He pledged Russian aid to Syria and said war might break out
"at any moment."
Western diplomats said Gromyko's accusations, couched in the bluntest language, indicated the Soviet Union
felt it was dealing. from a position of power because of Sputnik.
Such overconfidence could cause the Russians to stumble over their own propaganda and provoke a world war
that even they might not want, the diplomats said.
U.S. TO RUSSIA-WE'LL FIGHT'
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) (UP)-American
American (UP)-American officials said today Rus
sia is now on notice mat a nus nus-sian
sian nus-sian attack on Turkey will bring
the fury of U.S. retaliation a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Soviet Union itself.
. Thw' will b no sanctuary for
Soviet aggressors as ihe Chinese
Communists had in Korea, they
-aid, if the Russian action is o-
Use of "volunteers," however,
probably would not bring any
retaliation against Russia, they
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles told a news conference yes yesterday
terday yesterday he did not think a Middle Middle-East
East Middle-East war likely. But he said non non-theless
theless non-theless this country must be on
guard lest Russia attack Turkey.
Later Soviet foreign minister An Andrei
drei Andrei Gromyko charged that the
Turkish general staff, with Ameri American
can American "prodding," was planning to
attack Communist back Syria
immediately after Turkey's Oct. 27
,. The United States has denied
repeatedly any intention of seeking
or instigating an attack on Syria.
Faces Fraud Count
"NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 17 (UP)
Bep. F. Edward Uebert (D-La)
aid today the U.S. comptrollei
general has filed charges against
General Motors co recover two
million dollars paid G M for F84
jet fighters made at Kansas City.
He said the government charged
"misrepresentation," sought "re "recovery
covery "recovery f civil fraud" and cited
the "possibility of criminal liabil liability
ity liability on the part of the contractor."
Hebert's subcommittee on spec special
ial special investigations said several
weeks ago it had turned up evi evidence
dence evidence that G M had violated terms
of its contracts with the govern government
ment government in production of the fighters
at a G M Kansas City plant.
. Hebert said the comptroller
general's office notified him from
Washington that the charges had
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But Russian charges of such a U
S. aim have continued and have
been stepped up in the past few
American officials with s p e e-cial
cial e-cial knowledge of Middle East
affairs said they do not know
whether Russia actually is try trying
ing trying to provoke a war between
Syria and Turkey. But the offi officials
cials officials expressed misgivings about
the possible results of the Soviet
By naming specific dates for an
alleged attack and stirring up
violent hysteria, the officials said
Russia might prod jittery Middle
East nations into sudden military
Beck To Hold Up
As Teamster Prexy
WASHINGTON (UP) Dave
Beck announced today that be
cause of court proceedings here
he will not resign as Teamsters
Union president in favor ot fres
ident-elect James R. Hof'a.
Beck, whose term runs to Dec.
1, had planned to resign imme immediately
diately immediately from the $50,000-a-year
job to let Hoffa take over.
Hofa, 44, was elected to suc succeed
ceed succeed Beck at a recent convention
in Miami Beach, federal Judge
F. Dickinson Letts has granted a
10-day injunction forbidding Hoffa
to take office at once. The order
stemmed from charges the elec election
tion election was rigged.
Beck's announcement was
made through the union's Wash Washington
ington Washington headquarters. His attor attorneys
neys attorneys had advised him to continue
in the post, until Hofa's status is
Meanwhile, Hofa has pleaded
innocent to perjury harges in
New York where a judge is
considering when to order him to
It is possible the Teamsters
leadership will still be in doubt
on Oct. 24 the day the AFL-CIO
30-day cleanup order expires. The
AFL-CIO has indicated that if
Hoffa is at the helm of the union
then it will kick the Teamsters
out, of the federation on grounds
it is dominated by corrupt influ
The AFL-CIO executive council
still intends to meet on Oct. 24 to
determine if the Teamsters have
complied with the cleanup order.
But labor sources said if Hoffa
still hasn't taken office by that
time the deadline may e ex
Runs To Antarctic
May Be Routine
By CHARLES CORDDRY
MCMURDO, Antarctica (UP)
The skipper of the first commer commercial
cial commercial airliner ever to land in Ant Antarctica
arctica Antarctica said today the flight dem dem-onstrted
onstrted dem-onstrted that regular passenger
operations can be conducted
across the South Polar region.
Capt. Ralph Savory said flying
conditions across the bottom of
the planet were "precisely the
same" as in the Arctic where
passenger flights long have been
a daily routine.
Savory, an Arctic flyer for
some years, landed m an mstonc
flight from New Zealand to
Murdo Sound Tuesday.
Its two stewardesses were the
first women ever to fly into Ant Antarctica.
arctica. Antarctica. They got closer to the
South Pole than Soviet women
who have sailed there.
The girls, Patricia Hepinstall,
of Houston, Ter., and Ruth Kelly.
of Holyoke, Colo., both based in
San Francisco, were within 750
miles of the South Pole when they
stepped out into a minus 15 degree
Tbey received a rousine wel welcome
come welcome from Rear Adm. George
Dufek. commander oT Operation
Deep reeze,.and his men, some of
whom have1 been in Antarctica
for more than seven months.
"This is a proud day," said Du Dufek.
fek. Dufek. "We've been tryine to eet
Pan American rfown here for two
years. M?ybe you 11 be doine it
roii'cely 'ome day.
The eir!s immediate v were
bundled up in two sleds for a
dog sled race, but it wis cal!eH
no cdhtest when the ston watch
Gromvkos charges were con
tained in a letter to Sir Leslie
Munro of New Zealand, president
of the U.N. General Assembly.
He called on the United Nations
to demand armed assistance from
all its members for Syria if it is
attacked by Turkey.
U. S. ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge was understood to have
been in close touch with secreta
ry of state John Foster Dulles for
more than two hours after Gro
myko's message was made public,
At the end of that time the U.S.
delegation spokesman announced
there would be no comment.
Apparent the Unite States
was content to stand on a state statement
ment statement by Dulles in Washington ear earlier
lier earlier in the day.
He said that in case of a So-.
viet-Syrian attack en Turkey,
The United States would take of offensive
fensive offensive action that would not
leave Russia a "privileged sanc sanctuary."
tuary." sanctuary." Meanwhile Britain reacted with
alarm today over the latest Mid
die iast threats and counter-
war iaiK over Syria, an
eight-column headline in the Dailv
Express proclaimed. "Syria talks
By Protest Strike
PARIS, Oct. 17 (UP)A Protest
strike by 100,000 gas and electric,
workers cut off power for nearly
14 hours throughout France today.
leaving the nation's 43 million res residents
idents residents without light, transporta transportation
tion transportation and, in some cases, food.
The strike, which protested a
wage freeze, had been expected,
but it nevertheless caught the na
tion unprepared. Cities and towns
all across the land were plunged
into darkness. Electric trains,
which make up one third of
France's rail system, including
the Paris subways, were shut
Gas for cooking and heatine
was turned off and food spoiled
as refrigerators became warm. 1
Hospitals Without Power
Many hospitals in provincial
areas nad no power. At Dnon.
the lives of 22 premature babies
were endangered but quick quick-thinking
thinking quick-thinking soldiers rigged up a
temporary g e n er a t o r to keep
Electric current was cut off
from 4:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lights
immediately came on in Paris
and officials sard the subways
would be able to handle the rush
The strike was- scheduled to end
at midnight, with gas to be re restored
stored restored by morning.
The strike threw Paris into tur turmoil.
moil. turmoil. Traffic on the Champs Champs-Elysees
Elysees Champs-Elysees and near tho opera, tra traditionally
ditionally traditionally the most clogged area
of all Paris, was worse than po police
lice police thought possible.
Traffic Lights Off
The city's traffic lights were cut
off and the result was chaos. Po Policemen
licemen Policemen were at nearly every
corner but could not stem the tide
of confused traffic. II was the
same all across the nation.
Shipping at the major ports was
tied up because the electric
cranes could not.be operated.
Jbven the cows and farmers fell
victim of the strike at Melun,
near Parts. Agricultural officials
said the cows were used to the
"lectric milking machines and re refused
fused refused to be milked by hand.
The walkout was called to pro protest
test protest the wage freeze initiated by I
Mc.the government of Bourges Bourges-;Maunoury,
;Maunoury, Bourges-;Maunoury, which fell 16 days ago.
it was expected to affect the
chances of Conservative Antoine
Pinay to form a new government vernment personnel who are slat slat-uner
uner slat-uner a policy of no new taxes ed to give $65,660 of the more than
nnd no wage freeze.
For F'pctrical 1
Man H. U. Wilson
Funeral services for Hezekiah
Uriah Wilson, 66 year old em employe
ploye employe of the Electrical Division
who died Tuesday, will be held
at Mount Hope Cemetery tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 3:30 p.m.
Prior to the graveside services
at Mount Hope, the remains will
be on view at the Co!on Hospital
Chape1 in Colon at 3 p.m. tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. Wilson died suddenly Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning at his home in Colon.
He has no relatives on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, i
of Ward," a bannerllne in the Dal Dally
ly Dally Herald announced.
The Daily Mail warned in a front
page editorial that "a dangerous
game of warlike words is being
played between East and West."
The mail, which also bannerlin bannerlin-ed
ed bannerlin-ed "Syria War of Threats" said
that "a strained situation in Sy Syria
ria Syria is being prodded and provoked
into a world crisis."
"What is going 0n?" the Mail
asked. "What ends is Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev trying to serve for it is
he who has been stirring up the
embers to make a small fire in into
to into a big one."
the Mail said Dulles yesterday
had issued warnings which must
mean that if trouble breaks nut
between Turkey and Syria and Rus
sia intervenes (as sne says she
will) America will attack Russia
Stone That Marked
Wyatt Earp Crave
Will Be Returned
SAN BRUNO. Calif.. Opt. 17
(UP) The tombstone that marked
the grave of famed gunslinger
wyau j-iarp was recovered in San
Mateo County today, three months
after it was stolen from a Colma,
Robert Johnson, of San Bninn.
and Ron Dill, of South San Fran.
cisco, told San Bruno police they
feund the 300-pound granite block
snoruy alter midnight.
Authorities planned to return the
tombstone to the Hills of Eternity
Memorial Park where it was tolen
July 7. The gunslinger died in
Earp's family disclosed last
April that the ashes of the frontier
marshal of Wichita, Dodge City
and Tombstone rested under the
The thieves who took the bii?
block dug a five-foot hole, appar apparently
ently apparently in an unsuccessful attempt
to find the urn containing Earp's
One Day's Pay Asked Of All Zonians
As Contribution For CZ United Fund
Confident that the first report
was a sign of the success to come,
Canl Zone United Fund officials
received Wednesday the initial con contribution
tribution contribution of a complete unit in the
Company-Government organiza organization.
tion. organization. At noon yesterday Keyman G.
P. Maynard came forth with con contributor's
tributor's contributor's envelopes from the Main
tenance Division's Sosa Hill Qua Quarry
rry Quarry had turned in envelopes to
score a record of 100 percent par
ticipation for their unit, Maynard
had carried the United Fund mas massage
sage massage to his fellow employes. The
Maintenance Division Chairman
for the drive in Joseph Watson and
tne overai Engineering and cons construction
truction construction Bureau Chairman is M.
Thirteen Division Chairman and
80 Keymen are actively engaged
in conducting the United Fund
campaign throughout the Engi Engineering
neering Engineering and Construction Bureau.
Earlier that Bureau had joined
hands with the Supply and Em Employe
ploye Employe Service Bureau to produce
three special doutdoor United
Fund signs, one of them the larg largest
est largest such sign every turned out in
the Canal Zone. The giant 58 feet
by 12 feet sign located in Balboa
at the end of the Prado and the
two smaller counterparts set up
on the circle at the entrance to the
Administration Building, Balboa
Heights, and in the Mount Hope
area on the Atlantic Side are to
serve as official registers of con contributions
tributions contributions from the Company-Go-
$100,000 sought by the United Fond
in tne overall drive.
Six persons on the signs repre represent
sent represent the various Company-Government
Bureaus. These figures will
be filled in regularly to show the
percentage of the Bureau goal
reached to date According; to the
percentage of the goal reached, a
ship, the SS United Fund, will move f
a cross t he top of the signs. Each
Bureau will have to contribute its
share in order for the SS United
Fund to transit the Canal painted
across the signs.
Meanwhile, the first Zone-wide
United Fund effort enters its
fourth day todav with a oatal force
of some 2.000 vo unteer workers c
tacting every civilian employe and ;
military man. individual donanons
being made in cash and pledges
are confidential and it probable
will b the iim of next week be-
Boys 10, Girls 8
Ten boys-and eight girls, 'in 'including
cluding 'including a et Qf girl twins, were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at tnidnteht
Monday, according to the regu regular
lar regular hospital report. '; The twins
were born Oct; 11 to Mr. and
Mrs. Wr-.- E. Scott, of Curundu
Heignts. ..:' 'i.
During, the same weekly ne-
rlod, 202 patients were admitted
and 186 were discharged. A
The names and addresses; oi
the boy babies follow: Ale and
Mrs. Jesus Aranda, of: Locona;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Waters, of
Gamboa: CaDt. and fMrs. T. G.
Foster, of Quito, Ecuador; Me.
and Mrs. J. N. Headleyvof Man Manama
ama Manama City: Mr. and Mrs.. C. A: Me-
lendez, of Gamboa ; Sgt. and Mrs.
R. D. Alleman; of Fort Kobbe;
A2c and Mrs. A. N. Beckford, of
La Boca; Mr.-and Mrs. H. W.
Reece, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Smith, of Cocoli; and
Mr. and Mrs., G. J. Herring, of
Girls were born to the follow
ing parents: Sgt. and Mrs. V. E:.
Noble, of Gamboa: Mr. and Mrs.
Teofilo Gomez, of Gamboa; Sic
and Mrs. P. Garrlga, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Caddie,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Cook, of Summit; Capt. and
Mrs. V. M. Fernandez, of Fort
Amador; and Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Aanstoos, of Farfan.
Safety Chief Smith
To Attend Chicago
W. H. Smith. Chief of the Safe Safety
ty Safety Branch,, will leave the Caanl
Zone by plane tomorow for the
United States where he will attend
the 45th Annual Safety Coneress-
xand Exposition to be held in Chi
cago next week.
He will be accompanied by M.
F. Millard, safety Engineer in the
Engineering and Construction Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, who will attend those s e s s-siops
siops s-siops of the Safety Congress and
Exposition which pertain to the
Engineering and the construction
Smith also will attend all ses sessions
sions sessions of the Federal Safety Coun Council
cil Council annual meetings which are to
be held for the purpose of inte
grating the work of al governmen
tal safety engineers.
Before returning to the Caal
Zone at the end of the month,
Smith will report to the Panama
Line offices in New York to spend
a week working with the Panama
Line Safety Director on the ma
rine safety program.
Millard will return to the Isth
mus by plane Oct. 28.
fore actual dollar amounts contri contributed
buted contributed will be known.
The United Fund is urging all
constributors to give one day's pay
as one's fair share in meeting the
minimum needs of the 18 commu community
nity community health, welfare and recrea
tional agencies participating in his
umieu lunu-raismg enoit.
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Little Rock lit Customary Crisis )
As Half Paratrooper Force Leaves
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.,
a tense routine today, with a' reduced soldier guard protecting Negro students at Central Hlgl
School and no end of the deadlock In sight, i,, '(''' -i
The Army flew 500 men df the 1000 elite troons of the 101st Airborne Division In TJttlit
Rock back to their home base
f The Army's decision to
National Guardsmen, showed
integration of Central High.
Gov. Orval E. Faubus said he
has no intention of living President
Eisenhower additional asurances
that the Negroes will be protect protected
ed protected and integration continued if
Federal troops are withdrawn.
The only other way to solve tne
crisis would be to withdraw the
nine Negroes form Central High
and Mrs. L. C. Bates, president
of the .'JkanSas chapter or tne
JMAACP said that is out.
.She said the only way the Nc
croes will leave school will be
because of "lack of protection."
' Mrs. Bates said h belitvas
troops will have to protect the
Negroes throughout the school
year, and "many more (Ne
groes) will be in Central next
Nine 123C transports a i r
lifted about 500 men of the 101st
Airborne Division's 327th Battle
Group from Little Rock back to
Fort Campbell, Ky. They arrived
in Little Kock bept. 24. a
Col. William a. Kuhn, com
mander of the 327th Battle Group
and Lt. Col. Paul A. Conlin,
spokeman for Mai. Gen. Edwin
A. Walker, outlined plans to re
place the remaining 500 men with
troops from the 502nd Battle
Group of the 101st Division-
Later, Walker's headquarters
announced that "There is no cur
rent plan" to replace members of
the 327th Battle Group with 500
men from the 502nd.
"Approximately 500 men of the
327th will remain on duty in Little
Rock folowing the reduction in
strength announced by the Army
yesterday," a statement from
Walker's headquarters said.
"Press reports indicated that
members of another unit would
come in. No replacement or rota
tion plan is in effect. J
Capt. James E. Smith, another
public information officer who had
talked about the rotation plan, was
asked whether the conference
next week between President Ei
senhower and five Republican con
gressmen from the South had any.
thing to do with the witch.
"I .cannot comment in the politi
cal realm, ne saia.
Little Rock took the departure
calmly. The paratrooeprs were
driven to the airport in trucks.
then marched into the planes
with the same speed' and preclu preclusion
sion preclusion that marked thuir arrival
three weeks ago. Their trucks
and jeeps will be returned to
Fort Campbell in a convoy.
The departure of the 500 para
troopers was ordered by Army
Secretary Wilber M. Brucker who
said that peace and order pre prevailing
vailing prevailing in the city made it posi posi-ble
ble posi-ble to cut the Federal force in
Brucker also ordered ,8,500
members of the 10,000 man Fed Federalized
eralized Federalized Arkansas National Guard
mustered out of service, a pro procedure
cedure procedure that is expected to take
several days. L j
A FRIEND INDEED
LAURENS, Iowa (UP) Police
said thieves took $600 from a safe
in Laurens High School but left an
envelope containing $160" marked
"this belongs to Mrs. Joe Work
man, hands off." Mrs. Workman
lis secretary to School Superinten-
dant joe miterman
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Oct. 17 (UP). The Little Rock
at Fort Campbell, y., yesterday., t '
leave 500 paratroopers 'in Little' Rock, besides 1500 federaliiei
the White House has no intention f relenting on th eontlnuei
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GOP Boss Admits Party Damaged
By Troop-Enforced Integration
WASHINGTON, Oct, 17 (UP
Republican National .Chairman
Meade Alcorn said today, it was
"self-evident", that GOP hnne in
the South were damaged by the
Lime itocK, Arv school Integra
But he made it plain that the
GOP. National Committee has no'
plans to abandon "Operation
Dixie," its all-out drive to estab establish
lish establish the party firmly in what was
once the solid Democratic -South.
He also said tha damage was
not as deep as some Democrats
Alcorn discussed the political ef
fects of the Little Rock contro
versy wiui newsmen aner a 4D 4D-minute
minute 4D-minute meeting with Sherman Ad
ams, President Eisenhower s top
assistant. He said he and Adams
discussed a number of political
In a separate interview, Rep.
Ex-Spy Says He
Kept Money Sept
For Mrs. Sobell
NEW YORK (UP) A Russian
espionage agent who allegedly
worked for accused master spy
Col. Rudolph Ivanovich Abel testi
fied yesterday that he kept for
himself a $5,000 payment which
Moscow had ordered given to the
wife of convicted atom spy Mor
The government witness, for
mer Soviet Lt. CoL Reino Hayhan-
en, told a federal court jury that
he and Abel had buried the mon
ey in Bear. Mountain state nark
In l955(.Hayhanen said he later
dug it upi ana "kept It myself.
He testified Tuesday that he had
not Deen aDle to deliver the mon
ey to Mrs. Helen Sobell because
the police were watching her
tiaynanen said a Del told him a
second $5,000 payment ordered by
Moscow tor Mrs. soDei had Been
deposited in a bank. He said he
did not know whether this sum
was ever transmitted to Mrs. So
Further s details of the alleeed
connection between Abel and the
Rosenberg spy ring, of which So-
bel was a member, were exnec-
xea to oe orougnt out under cros-
exammation by Abel's attorney,
James B. Donovan.
Hayhanen. a former nfflepr t
the Soviet secret police, has iden identified
tified identified Abel as the paymaster of a
spy ring that operated for years
in the United States.
On -hearing nf Hivh.nonV oti
gry denial saying it was i all a
luvuj, huo, kjuueu lssueu iu an-
nor I have ever commute esnion-1
omcai. -neiuipr raj nUSDana
age or conspired to commit es-
pionage," Mrs. Sobell said.
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interratlnn crisis sIlDM back Infal
JoelTV Broyhill R 'speed!
that the administration's' use of
Federal troops to. enforce -Jehool
integration jn -Little' Rocfc, ? haol
nun tne Republican' part and itsi
candidates in the-South:
But BrovhilL one of liv Smith.
ern GOP House members who will
discuss the' issue with Eisenhowei
SOOn, doubted that Snnthom
would shpw their -resentment ,by
defeatmgNmy of the GOP con
sressmen irom tn Scuth.
Alcorn said reports from tha
South indicated that fh. (ihP h.A
not been damaged "nearly as
badly" by the Little Rock crisis
as some politicians,' mostly Demo
nus, una ciaimea.
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But he conceded -it was obvious
the party had suffered some dam
age from the fact tha a number
of Southern Republican workers
resigned" after the troops "were or
dered into Little Rock,
He said, however, that he 4i.j
agreed with the recent tatmit i
of Malcolm Forbes, .Republican
gubernatorial candidate in New
Jersey, that the GOP was dead in
He said 20 of the 24 party off!-1
Kiaus who resigned over th trnnn s
issue already have returned "to I
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PRINCI PHILIP NARRATII
LONDON rrPRrififnr PrTn.
Philip made; his debut on Russian
movie jcreens at the sam
time Queen Elizabeth made her
iirsi television appearance in Can Canada.
ada. Canada. Radio Moscow, reported, thai
the 'Moscow Polytechnical Museum
showed the British documentar
film ""This1 Restless 'Sphere" oui
lining the work of the International
Geophysical Year Philip appear
in the film as narrator. 1
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