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The Piflijci Canl titrary
' NOV 12 195T
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Zef the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1957
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' '' ."33rd FEAB '
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United Fund Agencies
4. Boy Scouts
. 1 ..'.V-- i .-.
ThJf Canl Zone- Boy Scout
Council has 4V member units
In -civilian eommunifiei and
n military installations. Last,
. year it served more than' 2000
One of the oldest councils In
the TBoy Scout ol America,
Council 801 has grown from a,
single troop in ,1911' to a well well-organized
organized well-organized system of Cub Packs,
Scout Troops and, Explorer
Posts that provide continuous
participation in scoutinj by
C.Z. boys years old to their
Last year the council's : pro program
gram program ranged from teaching the
boys outdoor skills and crafts
to training citizenship and
moral responsibility, The counr
cil Is solely dependent on com community
munity community financial support for
its basic operating- needs and
for maintenance of its scout
camp EI Volcan in Chiriqui
For Nov. 17
The United Fund's "Contribu
tion flundav" will he -observed in
the- Canal Zone next Sunday,
"I expect that virtually all of
the cnurcnes or ail uie aenomi-
nations in the Zone will partlci
i Bate.' Philin L. steers. Jr.:'caffl
paign committee, for the J'uod.
eaid in announcing the day. -s
,. "All 'of the church leaders we.
' have talked to and we have
been able to reach most of them
,by .!,now have endorsed the
' Steers, said he expected that
support, of the current United.
Fund ddve would be expressed'
" from the pulpits f all the
churches, and that the nfem nfem-berv
berv nfem-berv of. the e o,n gregations
would Te invited' to reinforce
theiK financial support of the
Unttel fund wherever possible.
Where churtih policies and cir cir-cunmarfces
cunmarfces cir-cunmarfces permit, special of offerings;
ferings; offerings; may be- taken, with the
proceeds to be forwarded to the
f '"in some cases lump donations
may be voted from the church
Otherwise, Steers said, the
:; church members would be invit-
ed to give Additionally to the
Fund according to their means
and either directly to the Fund
or through the churches.
Supplies of special United Fund
or through .the churches.
Supplies of special United
Fund bookmarks totaling 5000
are being distributed to the Zone
churches for, use in hymnbooks
on Contribution Sunday.
The markers bear in full color
the United Fund's 1957 theme
; picture of the little girl reaching
; upward toward a helping hand,
i together with a suitable printed
: senument ana the Funa Con.
tribution Sunday sloean: Share
Your Blessings the United Way.
Several Turn Down
Position As Dulles'
Prosecutinsr attorney Francisco
Alvarado jr. wouna up nis sum summation
mation summation last night by asking for
the acquittal of Mrs. Teresa Cas Castro
tro Castro Suarez, the only woman de
fendant in the Remon assassina
Earlier yesterday Alvarado al also
so also asked for the acquittal of for former
mer former cadet Camilo Gonzalea, who
admitted participating in the
sale of a machinegun to alleged
assassin' Ruben O. Miro.
Alvarado said he asked for
Mrs' fiuarez' acaulttal on the
grounds taht she was only a vie
tim of Miro's brashness.
During his summation, which
lasted for more than 28 hours
over a period of four days, Al Alvarado
varado Alvarado asked for the conviction
of Miro as the sole assassin of
President Jose A. Remon on
Jan. 2, 1955, and of former
cadets Jose E. Tejada and Luis
C. Hernandez, Alfonso F. Hy-
am and Rodolfo St. Malo as
Special prosecutor Luis C,
Abrahams took the floor im
mediately after Alvarado to
point out that attorney Luia
Morales Herrera, who is de defending
fending defending two of the accused,
should only be allowed to
address the court twice instead
of four times.
judge' Angel Vltelio de Gra Gratia
tia Gratia refused to consider the re request
quest request on the grounds that
Abrahams is the special prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor for Miro. But when state
attorney .Alvarado took un tjif
question, the judge ruled that
Morales ;r Herrera ; - could spe k
Morales Herrera said, however,
fhat he only needd;to sneak
tone ln'rder tofvobtainthe ac.
qiajpl df Jils two deeMfi;'
; One seetet or ine spectators
gallery which applauded at
Morales Herrera's remarks wa
cleared by the National Guard
on orders from the judge.
The session was Wcissed im
mediately af terwardsiAintil this
morning at 9 o'clock, with Abra
hams scheduled to voiake his
opening address to seele ihe con
victlon 01 Miro, :
llilMll i fil
PART "OF THE' TEMPORARY JEQUIPMElT set, -p for television and mi Jrowftve transmission
trontthe-top df the Arnty transmittervbuilsUng on top of Ancofc' Hili after thfi ..CaTibbean
FOtees Network tower' was 'damaged a;week ago. Amew 204-foot tower has, arrived1 .by plane
from the United' States;,' Members .of. the 518th Engineer Company are expected shortly to
begin,' erecting the structure. When their Job isNcomplete, technicians of the U.S.. Army
Signal Service will install the TV and microwave units on the tower., (U.S. Army Photo)
WASHINGTON. Now 0 (UP)
The -State Department either
en t pay enough or can't pro
vide Interesting enough work to
attraet a topflight man to serve
as- science adviser to Secretary
oi state jonn roster Dunes.
Aitouo-h President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower said Dulles is going to ap appoint
point appoint someone to help him nan-
aie tne complicated scientific
problems cropping up in diplo
macy, inree'Or iour men already
nave reiused tne loo. The State
Jjepartment would not name
The Department also la plan
ning to recruit a n unifier of sci
entists to .serve as advisers at
key embassies abroad. Present;
uunkffiK ls that thev would be
paid between 112,000 and 417,000.
The plan for getting a new sci
ence aaviser ana science atta
ches was talked over with the
President' new science "czar,"
Dr. jame R. KJlllan, last week
before It was publicly known
that the "Massachusetts Institute
of Technolosrv nresidtnt would
(De appointed to the key Job. -I
The State Department used to
have a science adviser In the
;e-ri and about H sclentl
Romulo Hscobar Bethancourt.
special prosecutor xor ,. St. Maio,
is scheduled to follow Abrahams
peiore Miro's spokesman and
defense attorney can make their
opening pleas for acquittal.
With Western illies
WASHINGTON, Nov. S (UP)
President Eisenhower ha voiced
tne nope that "tne curse -of the
atomic explosion may pass from
man s xnowieage so that the
world may benefit from neace
f ul uses of nuclear energy.
The President snoke feellnsrlv
on we suDject as ne aeaicated a
new $1300.000 headauarters
building for the Atomic Energy
Commission at German town,
Md. yesterday. ,., ,.: 4
The United States, the Presl
dent said,, seeks noadditional
power or territory or domination
over anyone, but "a peaceful
worm m wmcn -all nations can
Nonsense Says Catholic Theologian
To Protests Against Mutt In Sutnik
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP) such experiments are "perfectly first human beings: 'Rule over
tne iisnes of the sea and toe
fowls of;-the air 'and all living
creatures that jnove upon the
A prominent catholic theologian
said today it is "nonsense" for
people to carry on so about the
plight of the dog whirling
throueh snace in SDutnik I.
The Rev. Francis j. conneu,
Theology at Catholic university,
said vehement protests wnicn
humane societies and individ
uals have raised amount to "sen
timentality eone astray" and a
deplorable inversion of values."
"I wish some of those wno
protest so loudly over the dog
would make their cries meaning
ful and protest the exile, torture
and death of the hundreds of
thousands of human beings who
have been victims of communist
tyranny," he said.
Connell made the statement
to The Catholic Standard, week
ly newspaper of the Washington
He said the theological princi
ple involved in conducting tests
on living animals, such as those
done in medical research, is that
permissible" if they can benefit
"One human life Is Immeasur Immeasurably
ably Immeasurably more valuable than the lives
of many animals."
Connell said it would be sin sinful
ful sinful to cause unnecessary pair! to
animals out of "perverse cruel cruelty."
ty." cruelty." "But man may use animals for
his reasonable needs. This is the
principle that God himself
enunciated when He said to the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)
Army space experts raced the
Navy today in a new all-out ef
fort to be first to shoot a U.s
satellite up with the Soviet Sput
niks at the earliest possible mo
The Defense Department's
surprise decision to reverse it itself
self itself and throw Army missile
hardware into the program
underlined the determination
of the United States to catch
up with the Russians and sal salvage
vage salvage lost prestige.
It also showed administration
officials are trying to guaran
tee that a Made-in-Amerlca
Sputnik will be launched suc
cessfully, perhaps in a few weeks
Scientists associated with
the U.S. satellite effort said
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc Mc-Elroy's
Elroy's Mc-Elroy's order yesterday for the
Army to backstop the Navy
vanguard program signaled an
early launching. But they did
not try to guess who would be
The Army said it is "confi
dent" it can carry out the or
der to "supplement" Vanguard
with a scientific satellite launch
ed by a Jupiter experimental
The Army was reported to have
had a satellite ready to go for
six months at its Redstone ar arsenal
senal arsenal in Huntsville. Ala.
William M. Holaday, McEl McEl-roy's
roy's McEl-roy's guided missile director,
indicated tbevuecision' of who
wfll be first the Army or Na Navy
vy Navy will depend upon who has
a satellite ready to launch first.
The Navy has been proceeding
along a pre-arranged timetable
that calls, for sending up six
pound test moons next month
and a fully-instrumented satel
lite in March as part' of the in
ternatlonal Geophysical Year.
Holaday insisted there was no
race between the two services
But both were certain to push
their programs to completion as
fast as possible to get the nod
In CZ Exile Sees
His Fight Won
ATLANTA, Nov. 9 (UP) The colonel who wos "exil "exiled"
ed" "exiled" to a remote post in the Panama Canal Zone because
he championed too loudly the Army's role in the missile
program must feel partially vindicated today.
Col. John C. Nickerson, Jr., one-time trouble shooter
for the Army's Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile pro program,
gram, program, warned the country last June the IRBM was very
much the Army's business despite Defense Department
Nickerson entered into the missile picture quietly a
year ago when former defense secretary Charles E. WiU
son assigned the Air Force to take charge of IRBMs. In
doing so, Wilson bypassed the Army's Jupiter and ordered
concentration on the rival Air Force's Thor.
Nickerson began his own private fight to swingthe
missile program emphasis back to into' the Army camp.
The Army had German scientists with 20 years ex
perience and the government could save 100 million dol
lars by forging ahead with Jupiter... so why scrap it?
The AEC. Which ton aert out
grew its neaaquarters. la down
town wasnington, built new
ouueung on a lio-acre tract ai
mllea from the White House, so
that It would be away from the
devastation wrought hv inv nn.
dear weapon tnat mignt be
dropped on the Capitol--"About
1500 of the Agency's 1600 em
ployes will move, into the build building
ing building In January. '
A metal box containing me mementoes
mentoes mementoes of the atomic era was
deposited behind the corner cornerstone.
stone. cornerstone. It included photographs
of various type of nuclear reac
tors, a motion picture of Eisen
howers 1953 atoms-f or-peace
speech before the United Nations
and pictures of Atomic subma
" EMPLOYMENT UP 4
WASHINGTON (Upf Fewer
workers were on strike during the
frit nine months of .this' vear than
But the last science It any comparable period aince
.. ;v'' "1. KoerH1 Call- tie end o World War JI, the La La-forjU
forjU La-forjU institute of Technology, bar Department said Monday. De-
n : .'w3 and the post has partment statistics showed 8.025
been racant since. v- t TOiit idled 1,250.000 workers dur-
In lhl T ft Mlf thW Vaa ins h nnijut mmA ,k
,k itB int lor sue- bat due to the strikes amounted
2nd KKK Member
Gels 20-Year Term
In Attack On Negro
i oas per cent of all time worked.
BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (UP) Ku
Klux Klansman Bart A. Floyd, 31,
was under $20,000 appeal bond to
day after being found guilty and
sentenced to 20 years for the
emasculation of a Negro.
Floyd was the second klan lead
er to be given the maximum 20
vears for mayhem in the Labor
Day mutiliation of Judge Aaron,
34. which was to serve as' a -warn'
mz to Negroes attempting inte
Judge Alts King, in pissing
sentence, declared, "There s no
justification for such a crime. Yeu
deserve more. ;
, The jury of while men delib deliberated
erated deliberated about 45 minutes before
returning a verdict.
Han Cyclop Joe P. Pritchett,
31, was also given the maximum
sentence last week by King after
being convicted of leading five.
other klansmen on the Septal
search for a Negro victim,
Aaron was selected atrandom
and was emasculated with razor
blades on the dirt floor of the
one-room Ku Khut Klao of the
Confederacy headquarters here.
Pritchett ordered Fwyd to per
form the Jdutilatioa, witnesses tes
tified. v;, T
Highway Hard Hit
u) Thursday Flood,
3 Washouts Caused
The Trans-Isthmian Highway,
and not the Panama Railroad as
reported earlier, was hardest hit
by a record November flood this
week which caused damages to
tailing about $75,000.
Three washouts along the
highway were reported, about
seven miles from Colon.
The washouts are along em.
bankments, Canal officials said
today, and the road is not con considered
sidered considered to be in any danger.
The Panama Railroad report
ed only one small washout
About $50,000 of the total sum
required to complete repairs will
be expended to fix the highway.
A temporary drainage system
was being put in to prevent ero
The flood which drenched Atr
lantic-siders early Thursday
morning cut communication
lines in New Cristobal nd Co
lon. Crews worked, round-the
clock to restore service.
PALM SPRINGS. Calif. or-
mef President Truman, in com
menting on the possibility of a bi bipartisan
partisan bipartisan foreign policy:
"ft would be a good plan to re restore
store restore the bi-partisan foreign policy
which had been hi effect while I
was in the White House and Presi
dent Roosevelt wis there and
which has been thrown to tie
winds hy the present admims admims-tratioa."
US Senators Want
To Know Why Auto
Prices Keep Soaring
WASHINGTON (UP) Labor
and management chiefs' got an in invitation
vitation invitation today to explain to the
Senate Antitrust and Monopoly
Subcommittee Nov. 25 why auto automobile
mobile automobile pricey and auto workers'
wages keep going up.
' Subcommittee Chairman Estes
Kefauver (D-Tenn.) said the invi
tations were sent to President
Walter Reuther of the AFL-CIO
United Auto Workers and the pres presidents
idents presidents of the "Big Three" auto
They are Harlow H. Curtice of
General Motors Corp., Henry Ford
u ot the Ford Motor Co., and
L. L. Colbert, of Chrysler Corp.
Kefauver said the subcommittee
hopes the hearing will develop a
better understanding of the prob
lems involved in a formula for
holding the wage and price line
in tne automobile industry.
Hp aiH (hp hiphpr nriin to as
being attached to 1958 automobiles
will have an "inflationary ': im
pact" on the economy. Auto price
increases thus far announced, he
said, are "considerably in excess"
of amounts that can be directly
attributed to higher cost for
He said presidents of leading
steel companies indicated, in pre previous
vious previous hearings that the increased
cost of steel in an automobile
ranged from less than $2 to about
$8 or $10 per car.'
Kefauver noted that Reuther
had proposed! some time ago that
if auto makers would reduce
prices $100 on their 1U58 models,
his union would consider that in
formulating .. its 1958 wage de
The proposal was rejected.
In his letter of invitation. Ke
fauver .said the subcommittee
unanimously decided that "al
though Reuther s offer., .was
rather vague and Indefinite, the
four mea should be brought to together
gether together in hope of producing a
better understanding at the Issues
involved ia a firm hold-the-line
wage and price formula."
Increasing in U. S.r
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)-
The nation's payrolls increased
by an estimated 300,000 workers
last month, bringing total U.S.
employment to 66 million, the
government reported yesterday.
The Commerce and Labor De
partments said in a joint state
ment, however, that the increase
was not as big as usual for this
time of year.
They also reported that unem unemployment
ployment unemployment was almost unchanged
in October at 2,500,000 although
it should have shown a seasonal
decline. This compared with
2,100,000 out of work in October
The report said an unprecedent
ed number of persons 2,700,000
lost working time last month
because of illness, mainly the
"sharp rise hi cases of influenza
and other respiratory diseases."
It; attributed the job pickup to
farm employment which had
slumped in September. Non-farm
employment, which normally rises
in October, fell by 50,000 to a
total Of 59,100,000.
Factory employment actually
dropped by 100,000 to 16,800,000
but increases in other non-farm
groups partially offset the decline.
October factory employment was
more than 470,000 belcw the same
date last year.
Job reductions were reported In
such industries as steel, foundry
and metal working. electricaU
nd industrial machinery, air
craft, and household appliances.
Trade, services and state and
local government employ employment
ment employment continued high.
The Army was directed yester
day to prepare., to launch an
earth- satellite using modified
form of the "Jupiter C" test -ve
hicle, an outgrowth of the Ar
my's Jupiter IRBM program for
which Nickerson fought.
The order brought partial
vindication to the colonel and
in this respect he went the :
late Billy Mitchell one better.
Mitchell, champion of air
power, was court martialed
and did not find his place in
history until after his death.
Nickerson fired a salvo of me
mos to ftlgniy-piacea ngures in
an effort to get the Wilson de
cision overruled. In doing so, ne
used secret documents. When
this became public, an explosion
Nickerson was court-martialed
on charges oi leaKing nis coun country's
try's country's secrets. He was fined $1500,
suspended of rank privileges for
a year and sent to Panama.
At the start oi nis tnai, we
Armv colonel had admitted he
failed to safeguard classified ma
terial. In exchange for tnis ma
Armv droDDed its charges oi
But the veteran officer then
turned his "mitigating" testi testimony
mony testimony into a full dress airing
of the inter service, rivalry and
praised the Army's missile role
in a stem-winding address to
Nickerson cited the achieve achievements
ments achievements of the Army's missile pro program,
gram, program, pointed out the experience
of the German scientific team at
Redstone and said the govern
ment stood to throw 100 million
dollars down the drain by ditcn'
if6 on Jup!ter ln fvor
oi theirAir force's Thor
" NlckersenV ; Special'' counsel
uy Jenkins: attempted to
flhow the colonel was taking the
rap for Army brass from fim
Maxwell D. Taylor, chief of staff,
on down all of whom felt as
the colonel did.
However, Nlckerson's com commanding
manding commanding officer at Redstone.
G,en-John B. Medaris, tes testified
tified testified taht Nickerson had "lost
tl ,iaf service because
of the security leak and said he
jiui, wans to retain
SCOTT INDICTED FOR ASSAULT
COVINGTON, Tenn. (UP)
Jesse H. Scott Sr., a 44 year-old
farmer who married an 11-year-
old last July, today faced charges
of attempted criminal assault on
two little girls. Tipton County
Sheriff Ben Billings said Scott
was indicted Tuesday on two
counts of felonious assault with
intent to rape. The girls involved
are listers, aged I and 10,
Deeply Felt Faith,
Ike Tells Lawmen
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)-
President Eisenhower said today
that if it were not for a "deeply
felt religious faith" a man in nis
position of responsibility would be
in a mental institution.
He also told the 60th graduating
class of local law enforcement of officers
ficers officers trained at the FBI that he
dailv cooes with "messengers of
fear" and "Oefoole who want
things- that can't be given."
.- r-i fi
Eisenhower scone c-neny aner
the main adddress by Dr. Norman
Vincent Peale, the New York pas'
tor and author.
Peale said he feared the country
was "developing a national psy psychosis
chosis psychosis of tension." He advocated
prayer as the best antidote to this
Eisenhower said that if it were
not for "an underlying, deeply felt
religious faith" and the knowledge
that "there is a God whom we all
trust," a man in his position would
be in St Elizabeth's. St. Eliza Elizabeth's
beth's Elizabeth's is a mental hospital here.
The President also criticized
'mistaken police judges" who re release
lease release criminals after competent
law enforcement officers arrest
them. He said the judge who re
leases such an offender is "as
wicked at the man who commit committed
ted committed the offense,"
Convair Gets Order
For Large Number
FORT W0R'fH7 Tex., Not: !-UP)
UP) !-UP) Convair annnnn.H ie
night it has received a 12 and a
naif million dollar government
contract to build an undisclosed
number of B-58 Hustlers, the
world's fastest bombers.
The statement said the Air
Force contract authorized the
Convair division of General Dy Dynamics
namics Dynamics to produce B-58s "be "beyond
yond "beyond the 30 aircraft.
tially for an exhaustive test nro- .L
Convair designs and produces
all components of the superso supersonic
nic supersonic Hustler at Fort Worth ex-'
cept its four turbojet engines,
which are made by General E E-lectric.
Convair also announced the
B-58 has entered into "phase
two" flight testing which in includes
cludes includes stability and performance
tests in addition to test drops of
the plane's disposable pod.
The Hustler, which can't fly
at its top speed because it might
burn up, takes a three-man
crew. It is 97 feet long with del delta
ta delta wings and can not only move
faster than any other bomber,
but also higher.
It was first flown Nov. 11, 1956,
May Be Sent Off
To School In 1958
LONDON, Nov. 9 (UP-PrIn-cess
Anne may go to boarding
school with other children next
year just like her brother, Prince
Charles, a newspaper reported to today.
day. today. J-
William Hickey, columnist of the
Daily Express, said. Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and Prince Philip were con considering
sidering considering whether' to send their
daughter to school when- she reach reaches
es reaches the age of 8 ne'xt year. There
was no immediate comment from
palace officials. v'
Charles, novr. has been attend
ing Cheam Shooi tus fathers
alma mater. ; V. -i
His enrolment- startled tome
Britons. Traditional, royal chil children
dren children have studied in the palace
under private governesses and tu tutors.
tors. tutors. Anne currently- i studying at
Buckingham Palace-under jovap
net Catherine Peebles,
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10. M5T
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' ) Tk Mai! to an op orum foi reader. o( The Panama "''"";
tenT tW5rJ rrttfully and ar. h.ndlad in .-wholly ..arid.rW.I
'r'y. eentribirte a letter don't ba Impatianl l doatn t appaat tha
flbrt day. Lattara ara publlihed in the order received.
J Please try to keep tha letter, limltad to ona page length.
- Identity er letter writers is held in rtrlcfait ",''"t M maltllont
, fjrto aawip.p.r assumes ao re.pon.lblllt for statement, or epmloM
. prtted in lattara from readers.
i T H E MAIL BOX
' . ,-vr.iut.. frtt-. noceiniT nut th TTnitfid Fund en-
. MoKntoWto children be
ifiSttto donat rXn tn,; head of the family has already been
w.- ls the child's and the teachers time used for such tr tr-'5B.
'5B. tr-'5B. whenS have wort to do In class?
Jpliiti ai-eatlv betausf the classes are too blgxoi the cnnarens
; Sons to 'be V a os, to the alow students along with the rest?
- A d ar, the leuonerb putting the donations on a com com-"Ifctittw
"Ifctittw com-"Ifctittw toft. iu the classroom? My children would not go bac.K
i school UU at lefet a nicxrt was put in repe
- When are tha Panamanians feolntf to subsidize the Amen
Iwis ioi a change, insteac ol the handiul ol Americans subsidiz subsidiz-nir
nir subsidiz-nir the masses? .
-a An noiocr
In New York
W taw it go: ramambar how
Wa lookod and found fha dream
no longer now?
Without a warning shadow. .
that's th way
It happened. . .there wat noth nothing
ing nothing we could do.
W watched it die: hew pitiful the
Of love can ba; pirhaps you will
How valiantly it flickered, fought
And then at last a silence that
Today wa walk the retrospective
tn quest of little crumbs of mem memory;
ory; memory; And as we sadly view the aftermath
W count what love has left for
"wc no-wesident Cana1. Zone employes resent contributing
to the United Fund because the benefits thereol, if any, ar re--stncttt"
to thr Cana; Zone.
- Since we are oul off from all Canai Zone privileges, and
irnctica.y subject to arrest if seen on the Zone In other than
wwklns hours, it Is unfair that we should be coerced into giving
"AlMhe" organizations to be benefited oy the United Fund
Drive are prefixed "Canai zone," such as the nal Zpne Boy
Scouts, Canal Zone Hed, Cross, Canal zone Civic Council and so
Jihce we are. cut otf trom receiving Canal Zone benefits, we
dtfnpt feel It jutf androper to contribute to exclusively caril
Zcne organizations. a cheerful Giver
Three things remain from one-
A heartachi and a headache. .
and a rhyme.
r.l.hi About Town: Marlon
niotrich iust ax clamorous in the
Bigtown Downpour, sliking along
sth Avenue fin the 60s) in tight
trench-coat and floppy chappo. .
The David Nivens charming the
Left Bank bunch just by acting
natural Snnhia Loren. the Su
perstitious On who always wears
a small coral necklace. It protects
her against "All Evil". .Author
James Jones, winner in a half half-million
million half-million Ubel action flung by a ker ker-rickter.
rickter. ker-rickter. who claimed he was the
roi Mncffin ( niaved bv Sinatra)
in the movie version of "From
Here To Eternity". .Jimmy Cag Cag-ney
ney Cag-ney at House of Vienna making
mit der Knockvurst unat auer-
brahten. .Tony Bennett doing a
radio-spot commercial for a cola
remedy, between snitues.
. Tup AiFin rMon Rnv nnt an has broucht ud asain a
question which has been with us for a long time. It is proper
inat It also be given thought by many others who donate to a
' worthy cause.
Tne United Fund drive I do not feel to be cracked or crook crooked
ed crooked It can perform a worthy amount of worK. When an or organization
ganization organization oi business becomes so involved in the intricacies of
Kucting itself on a large scale it must have a large staff of
workers under a central command. Almsgiving has become big
busings. Probably one third of the donations taken in will go
iortne necessary ofiice ana staff, as well as to pay the presi president
dent president of the fund. The various people, paid and unpaid con connected
nected connected with tnis drive are not. wrong. They ate attempting to
help someone else In the way they feel to be right.
JLa feeling prevails mat me balvation Aimy does the most
good of the United Fund agencies. They may beat the drum
orTthe corner and wake me up at night, yet their mempett
Mem weli suited toHheir calling. A numoer of them hava
Xd through the slums of life, have extricated themselves
iwn-the swamp of living, have found power to profit by- bad
eSote4 and to elevate themselves as a result thereof Who
can compare with'0them In this understanding? Certainly not
f Tnereis something to be said for performing charity as
the Chinese and Hebiews obtain help tor their kind ihey
never ask an outsider for anything they take care of their
own. Price, in accepting aims, is a sacrea thing. To maKe a
business of it, to hire help and pay for office service engenders
disrespect for the thought behind the action
rSffo7 long time now people have been helping one another.
VnJ every church, regardless of denomiantion, in every lodge or
business club there often arises the problem of aiding the
taetedv: not necessarily members of the organization. This metu metu-tod
tod metu-tod may not be big business, yet it exercises the talents of those
who wish to remain anonymous. Also those who care to do as
their hearts dictate, and not as a government orders. This lit little
tle little business, without a president and grand office force, does
Stnbre than- the big bi.mess to uplift the faces of the needy.
flelp i giTen by someone who cares, not by a corporation exe exe-utive
utive exe-utive wjio must be paid.
fnight be wise to seek out your own love in selecting which
aHiB In Our AllftV. Ethl Mer
man was first tn snter The Little
Club the other eve'g. Rex Harri
son was last to leave. . wnat a
night," said owner BiJJy Reed,
"Ethel opening the show ana nex
rlnninff it!" . .Telecram from
WW to TV reviewer John Crosby
on his, debut as a TV narrator:
"Good luck, hut take it. irom me,
it is lots easier being a critic."
cause t- support. .TJien one'ean do no more.
M. R. Grew
if 'it is much easier for people to write to the MaUBox knock knock-iniiia
iniiia knock-iniiia United Fund than it is for them to put their hands in
their pocket and pay up to help those less fortunate than
' ; "Witai the dollar shrunken in value one can't buy much
ijth it anyway. Why not pay your fair share towards improv improv-Ine
Ine improv-Ine the world around you, and hold your peace?
Broadway Novelet: Mrs. Jack
(Vonnie) O'Brien presented th.)
Journal-American's TV critic wjth
Bundle of Joy fa daughter) re recently.
cently. recently. .The O'Briens waited a
long time for the thrill. .A c'u-
voutly religious girl, Vonnie pray
ed for a child. .So did her moth-
or and Bishop. Fulton J. $ h e n,
Father Dolan and Mrs. Thomas
O'Niill. .The other day Mrs. O' O'Neill
Neill O'Neill remarked: "Well, that's the
first. You will have at least five"
. ."Five?" exclaimed th young
mother. ."Yus," was th giggled
retort, "beware of answrd pray
3&iU OiKlXe 9rH
Memos of a Mirlnighter: Mrs.
Jack Soble, convicted Red spy, is
finding solace talking to a mon-
signore at the Women's House of
Detention. She may become a con convert.
vert. convert. .Pamela Hutton (Barbaras'
rich young cousin) and George
Kearn, investment broker, are a
nightly date at El Morocco. ..Lena
Home's lovely dghtr Gale has a
marriage proposal from the heir
to a Celanese 'fortune. .It's a boy
for Cliff and Judis Kerre. Pop co co-wrote
wrote co-wrote the song click, "Money
Tree". .Count Jose Dorelis and
Anna Marie AlbergheU) spotted
at Chandler's by the boite's Bos Bos-well.
well. Bos-well. .Gen. Douglas MacArthur
ailing?. .Variety tagged the re revue
vue revue "In Your Hat" as "clever "cleverness
ness "cleverness in lieu of indigo".' .So how how-cum
cum how-cum 90 per cent; of its material
can't be cleared for TV guest
shots?. .Dick Martin (Rowan
and Martin) weds Sinatra's sing singing
ing singing discovery Peggy. Connely on
the 13th. A Cleveland-Statler hon
Naw York Side Show: He's an
executive with one of the leading
machine firms. .About 3 years
ago he shopped at Sogno's in Roc Rockefeller
kefeller Rockefeller Plaza, where he purchas purchased
ed purchased a diamond-studded wrist-watch
. v .A betrothal gift for one (A his
daughters. .The wedding, alas,
never happened, because the vil
lain iilted her. Last week dad
dy ordered another bracelet for a
' '''' ''.i'" '"''
second daughter. ;. .Also a bnde-
to-be. .Happier enaing uu umo.
.She eloped. . wan anoiner
r.. af Characters: I ring Ber
lin, who whistled while I rviM
strolling. Usually "Got You Under
My Skin" by Col Porter and i som
Harold Arln mlolis. .Milton
Macklin (oditor of People Today),
who won a rol in a film "'"c!
"Never Love A stranger.- Be Because
cause Because (they told him) "You look
like typical gangtr' .GW9
Roy Hill, newcomer director of
ki.. l: "i ,Lr Mom ward Angel."
He's a' former t piloi, gardnr
at th Cathedral ot t. Jonn
niuin. and a uniformed guard at
.1. tl A. Ullealiim
ress Number 31 (Mary Mills) at
tha 55th and 7th Automat, l. a n
- .u...iika. . Michael
Darrow role at i.ompii".
When Frank Conroy was
Constantino DUyed it be.utWully
at tho premier, wji -of
the' jrd aetrUse some "legal"
Baners to make sure ot his lines.
The "documents" were th script.
Curtain Calls: Tony Bennett's
"r. rct T.'Amour. a
new uiat, v V tii
quick click. -The Mary Lou Wil
liams THO at ugar nun..j
n I (M'uxie Hall)
Paige's first album, "Showplace of
the Nation". .Katyna Ranien at
the Persian Room. .Jom James
platter of I Give xou jvxy wyiu
r n.-.. M.roarot MrHride S
book, "Harvest of, American Cook Cooking
ing Cooking which confirms the jacket
blurb: "More like a novel".
Hoagy Carmichael's new platter of
"I Get Along Without You Very
Well." How he found the lyric (by
Philly newspaper woman Jane
Brown) will he dramatized via
ABC-TV's Telephone Time Nov.
Stage Door: HltywW TV hro
m:.t ur.it.r mat n.KpruVttv Cuard
in a Vegas gaming casino three
. Af hia anAPIftl inns
years ago. uik ii
was to baby-sit for Rita Hay Hay-worth's
worth's Hay-worth's tots when the star was
. a nioir UiTinii. . .Ella
Thompson of the Nancy Walker
show, "Copper and Brass,' adds
to her bankroll by hand-pamtmg
baby ratues. .raxau
gets a good performance. He re recalled
called recalled Frank Overton's emoting
"Truckline Cafe" (over a decade
ago) and cast him for "The Dark
at the Top of the Stairs". .Merv
..uk. un nn trmihlp eettins
'name-guestars. They appear at u-
nion scale per suuw. .
sound-a -likes: The newy, "Love
Me Forever," and the click of a
few months ago, "With All My
Heart". .Only three girls are list listed
ed listed in the first 25 recording larks:
Delia Reese, Jane Morgan and
Debbie Keynodis. .Actress n-v-ans
Evans explains it is a Welsh
name. .it means Jonnson jonn-son.
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YOU MOTH-EATEN LOONS, I havy trav.l n.wt for
youi Likewise weathar nw; No, you foo, not achanga?
in the Tabogti launch schedul. but big-timt travtl nawt,
Quit fucking your horrible thumba and pay aoma at attention.
tention. attention. ,, . .WJrA.;.,v .-
The only group which may ba excused is that large
bodv of Tsthmlan opinion which believed that the world ia
flat except at the Summit golf club. This bunch is chiefly
people who have travelled as far at Colon and, having
taken ohe look at the joint, decided they have fall off
the edge of :th world. Columbus had trouble with hi
sailors over the same thing "When Colon was still called
Aspinwafl. :s '. 'J-- ' "..j
My; travel and weather information concerns the im
minent onset of the snows Stateside How, when the Pan
ama Canal in its parsimony does not own so much as one
snow plow, do Tknow this? ?
An ancient weather sage, who as It happens was
never hired by the Panama Canal, told ma that whenever
three or more Congressmen board a Panama Line ship In
New York the city authorities start dusting off their snow snow-shifting
shifting snow-shifting equipment.
As any ornithologist can tell you, swallows and
lame ducks fly south in, the Winter. Likewise the sched scheduled
uled scheduled airlines.
Just before we are hit by the annual migratory wave
of the Lesser Crested Throttlebottom (habitat: Capitol
Hill) I would care to draw your attention to the peculiar
negljgence of Panama Canal accountants and other ex executives
ecutives executives in election years.
Shortly after the first Tuesday in November, yet be before
fore before Congress re-convenes in January, they somehow go
all to pieces. Alert Congressmen, who could be milch more
profitably occupied telling their political opponents what
a good clean election fight it was, and that the second second-ber.t
ber.t second-ber.t man won, are obliged to set aside pressing matters
of state and come down here to count the petty cash in
the Tivoli Bar.
Why should these dedicated statesmen have to for forsake
sake forsake the comfort of their Washington fireside to come
and inspect the Panama Canal, count the locks to see
theyre all still there, and get their photo taken with Gov.
Potter's grandfather clock?
Why should they be subiected to the dare of the
sun on the 'fishing waters at the Pearl Islands, and to
duty-free liquor aboard Panama Line ships? Will We ever
know what a passion for patriotic service- it as that causes
these selfless men to pass up a series of Washington cock cocktail
tail cocktail parties, with the reassurinsr slush in the streets out
side and inside the hacking tokens of Asian flu, with
canapes getting trodden into the 'floorail these civilized
delights, ard nothing here but the full tropical moon rising
This briners me to a SariOila nilH intarsainrr nnliioal
phenomenon I believe may not have been remarked by
those charged without security. It seems that to the- list
of birds who move south in the fall must be added Communists.
I may be the first bn tn hrin it ,iut- xu.
... . "mm ,fc iB.iifc uwi uiiu trie
open and sav unflmchmo-iv that rnmm. .i.
nmdergroand vayr aisr Trtigrafory.
gi'n, xne nrst persons to suffer are the congress.
rnrJ. uf t!!! brac,in coma induced by th winfy
winds of Washine-ton h h ue. x...: . l
l. i o---. invur waiwie un oi cnasino
5 i asr-5 4wm?
shrewri InnL- u f?r In wMh to 'take a
shrewd look into the Communist menace there.
.Another devilish trick nl th
- if w vviiiiiiMine uoui
to be to consrrearate in the cltis nr tat whar h knai.
are best. This obliges the investigating cdngressmen to
snnnH their tim& in i :x i-
rrI , "'"""mhiwwm tunes in Tirsr-ciass
hotels, wheh is hichlv inconvnninf fnr ail tkn.. U.,A-J-
of Congressman of the Justice William 0. Douetas type.
Whose loilOfintr it Is tn crnrl U:. J.. Z7 J J
of alien hJlisr r J' m Vfnnn
I have fears for Salvador. With a now fiVit.ia
hotel going up in the caDital. I ausnct that romm,,ni.m
will need investigating there next winter.
Some of us without a security clearance to enable
us to get on a f irst-name basis with a cosmic ray might
be so naive as to think that with Sputniks sprinkled all
over the sky, and passing Overhead every few hours, the
Red threat is a shade more frequent than the annual onset
of winter's snows. It ain't necessarily so.
ii is wnen November winds start to chill the splindly
shanks of Washington's lawmakers that th natrintin naif
to resist Soviet infiltration in the sunny Caribbean swells
, uooming aemano impossible to ignore.
' ' "KhrUSnChV Will nVr raanh kinnatnn .1... ai..
"Bermuuat yes, vi; Buganin no," conies the indo indo-minitable
minitable indo-minitable answeu
There is no use firiossinc over the unforturiatn affair
of the tair-skinned Congressman who gave his constituents
" "hiiiioii mai. ine nea menace in tne Caribbean could
be warded otf by prudent use of sunburn lotion, and by
keeping in the snade as much as was convenient.
His political career suffered such a aatharir h
- v ii. UflllU.i
got put on the Panama Canal subcommittee. (This is not
.i tiiBiai uiscussion at tne moment, but there are strong
grounds for believing that the Panama Canal subcom subcom-mittee
mittee subcom-mittee was seriously considered uhn ru....u.u.
. j - .xiii uaounay was
trying to find a. new post for Marshal Ceorgi Zhukbv.)
Now and again the junketing defenders of everything
that is most true in the Treedom-ioving soul of the United
States see something to their liking. One such fortunate
legislator was Sen. Olin- D. Johnston (D. S.CO of the
Senate internal Security subcommittee, who recently
KirrrA ah Ua n..!.!... n LI:. .. .
vi wuiiMiiiv.au rvvpuunc as xne implacable
foe Of Communism" and "th roc.lr af atahilitv in u.
.Inknnn At A 4tlA sin 4Ki wlcerl rrM uitK r &f er
W VI llltW UIU IIWl IVIIWTT M 1 1 1 V IWM VI J I HI ll
ences to US pilot Gerry Murphy, who got pushed off the
vvr v, awuin. III fcu aai UIIWHIBIIk wi iWV.BM,
k I j;j i.i i. tj .i- M ... i .a t i
nivr oig tionnston dstouio tn rair winos ot nispa nispa-ninla
ninla nispa-ninla with mv inch r.lantran a "ernvarnmant nf the nan.
pie, by the people, for the people. The Dominican Re.
ublic runs on the single stockholder system, just like
the Panama Canal
There is just one matter J do not understand con concerning
cerning concerning the November-December hunt for alien Ideologies,
in the Caribbean. Would it not spare the dangers of too-,
swift changes of climate for the stout-hearted investi-
gaiora it wij wtni irvrn winiry niininjiun v winiry
Moscow, instead? Or isn't there anv Communist menace
to investigate in Moscow?
; PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this '- week, stems
from the fine example of democratic practice set by the :
local fate towns with a 96 percent vote ; turnoutin ; last
week's civic council elections, and the lousy erample set
by the Pacific aide US-ratere with a zv percent turnout, so ;
could typify something democratic such as cash.
f, I 'J
SEVEN" OFFICERS1 of United States Army Car ibbean were of liclally notified Friday that they
i- j 1.. 00 nffinci-c in t.hA T?pcriilir Arm Plpt.iirpri .1 frnnt- rnw left, to TiEht. are:
liau ocicuifCU wiiti-wo
1st Lt Frank -et Garaner, -u haku axvjjj scnuui, i-ori uuiick; wen. inumas u
commanding general;, USARCARIB, -who officially congratulated the officers; MaJ. Robei't G.
Eettie; office of the Assistant 'Chief of Staff, G-l, Headquarters USARCARIB, and 1st Lt.
Paul B.Curry, fl37th Engineer company (Aviation-lAUSJ, ori koddb. in we oacn i"y,
same order, are:1 1st Lt.-Ellis G. Crumit, U.S. Army Aviation Detachment, Fort Kobbe; Capi.
TM-,i..f tr .Allen ttr im irinanrp. Srv!ca. Vnrt Clayton: 1st Lt. David T. Larsen. com-
manding officer, 518th" Engineer Company (Combat), Fort Kobbe, and 1st, Lt. Donald E. ClarlE,
U S Army,. SignaJ Service, Fort Clayton. (U.S. Army Photo),
9 Panama Area Officers Get
Regular Army Appointments
Nine-oificers in U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean (Panama rtth) were noi
tified of Ntheiu sejection for ap,
pointment in : the. Regular Army
last week. They were among 1000
Army officers "who' were on the
third list released this year by
thp Department- Of the .Army un under"
der" under" under its augmentation pro program.
gram. program. -
Capt. Paul V. Romero of the
U.S. Army Military Mission to
Colombia was .appointed a captain
in the Military ; Police Corps, and
three' officers from U.S. Army
Forces Antilles in Puerto Rico al also
so also were included ihthe list.
1st 14. Paul R. Currry, one' of the
nine local of icers- to receive no notice
tice notice of, appointemeftt, was imme
diately congratulated here by his
father-in-law. Col., Willliam R. Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, Quartermaster lor' USAR USARCARIB.
CARIB. USARCARIB. Curry is assigned to the
937th Engineer Company (Avia-
uon-iAUS), and was appointed a
first lieutenant inihe Corps of En1
Other local officers of USARCA USARCARIB
RIB USARCARIB selected for the recess ap-
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pointment, which must later be
confirmed by the Senate, were:
Capt. Edwara V. Allen, U.S. Ar
my Finance Service, Fort Clay Clay-tc
tc Clay-tc appointed a captain in the
Medical Service Corps.
Gapt, George S. Bosan, due to
arrive in the Canal Zone in May
1958, appppointed a captain in the
1st Lt. Donald E. Clark, U. S.
Army Signal Service, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, appointed a" first lieutenant
in the-. Signal Corps.
istLt. Donald W. Coggins, 937th
Engineer Coriipany (Aviation TA TAGS),
GS), TAGS), Fort Kobbe, appointed a first
lieutenant in the Transportation
1st Lt. Ellis G. Crumit, U.S. Ar Army
my Army Aviation Detachment, Fort
Kobbe, appointed a first leitenant
in th? Adjutant General Corps.
1st. Lt. Frank C; Gardner, U.S.
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1st Lt. David P. Larsen, 518th
Engineer Company (Combat) Fort
Kobbe, appointed a first lieutenant
in the Corps of engineers.
Mai. Robert G. Rettie. offfice of
the asssistant chief of staffi", G-l,
Headquarters USARCARIB, ap
pointed a captain in the Adjutant
Department of the Armv indicat
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"it u by no means the final list
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ALEXANDRIA, La., Nov. 9
(UP) Authorities said today
there still may be undiscovered
bodies blown Into dense woods
near here-by. tornadoes which
spread death and destruction
over three states.
The death toll has reached 13
with at least 260 persons Injured
and millions of dollars in dam damage
age damage from tornadoes which hit ut
least 15 cities and towns in
Southeast Texas, Louisiana and
Mississippi Thursday night and
Louisiana state police said
they fear the tornado that hit
Alexandria, killing two persons,
may have blown additional bod bodies
ies bodies into the dense woods near
Two more persons were killed
at Boyce, near Alexandria, two
at Groves, Tex.,, one at Orange,
Tex., two at Carencro, La., and
two at Cruger, Miss-.
The Red Cross said about 500
families in Texas alone suffered
from the tornadoes. It said $6
homes were destroyed in groves
and 99 others badly damaged.
At Orange, it said, 155 dwelling
units in a housing development
were rendered unfit for living.
The Small Business Adminis Administration
tration Administration in Washington designat designated
ed designated Jefferson and Orange coun counties
ties counties ih Texas and Rapides Parish
In Louisiana disaster areas.
The state pplice radio dis dispatcher
patcher dispatcher at Alexandria said Sil Sil-ton
ton Sil-ton Dorsay, originally believed to
.have been among the fatalities
at Alexandria, was killed In
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Army officials at Fort Carson
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Claims Ren. Kelley
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)
Democrats today renewed de demands
mands demands for relaxation of federal
restraints on credit to counter counteract
act counteract rising unemployment; now
running 400,000 higher than a
Rep. Augustine B. Kelley (D (D-Pa.),
Pa.), (D-Pa.), a member of the Senate Senate-House
House Senate-House Economic committee, told
a reporter: 1
'It's high, time for the Presi President
dent President to recognize that our econ economic
omic economic situation is not favorable.
It's high time for adjustments
In credit.. Tight money is squeez squeezing
ing squeezing the housing Industry to a
halt and hurting automobile
sales and small business."
The so-called "tight money"
policy Is under attack from a
f rowing number of Democrats
he policy Is under control of
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MISS CHARLENE HAZEL BEESON BECOMES BRIDE
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Mr. ink Mr. Charles Ladoux Beeson of Miami, Fla. and
Panama announce the marriage of their daughter, Charles Hax Hax-el,
el, Hax-el, to Mr. Phillip Randolph Barrett on Oct. 27.
The bride attended the Graham-Lckes School in Palm Beach,
Fla anil Is a gradaute of Penn Hall in Chamberiburg, Penn. Mr.
u. : .. c... Mr M re n K R9rrf4t nf I.and.ithul.
1! Oermany. He is a graduate of
' Coral Gables I la. ano is now
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' Ik Their address is Box 70, Florida State University, Tallahasse,
l'-ll. and Mri. Heck
Inrtrtain For Seymours
Lt. Xol. and Mrs. George Heck
Ijgave a party at their home last
night in honor of Col. air Mrs.
jWillet K. Seymour who will be
Heaving tht Isthmus Nov. 30.
tMi. an4 Mrs. Wtbtr
, Mlnp and Mrs. Alvin E. Weber
;hav issued invitations to a grou
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the Coral Gables High School (n
attending the Florida State Uu-
of their friends to attend a cock
tail bulfet at their Robbe quarters
this evening. The parlv is a des des-neclkla
neclkla des-neclkla for Col. and Mrs. Willet
Usad at Clayton
Offictrs Wivat Coffat
Allrnrtivp riisnliv flnH decora
tions of fresh 'and vegetables pro-
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Clayton OOfficer's Wives' Club at
their effffee and business meeting
last Wednesday in the Fort Clayton
Hostesses at the meeting were
the Quartermaster V ives, who in included
cluded included the Mesdame Carter,
Hughes, Ash, Weinshelbaun,
Heckinger, and Van Ernst.
Before the meeting began, Mrs.
Spurgeon Messner, club president,
introduced Kabbi laliian WUKin
to the ladies, who gave a brief
talk on the importance of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone United Fund Drive.
Following Rabbi Wikin's re remarks,
marks, remarks, Mrs. Messner presided over
the meeting and presented a num
ber of new members to the club:
Meselames Killilae Harrover, Di
xon, Waddcll, and Killilae.
Guests included Mesdames Hern-
don, Dorsey, Call, Frazer, Hull,
Pierce, Williams, Rice. Barber,
Black, Brockmeier. Mairila, and
Chances were sold on the ame
thyst stone presented to the club
as a gin some time ago. The me-
thyst will be the featured door
prize at the club's Christmas party.
Plans were formulated to pro
vide a Christmas dinner for mem
bers of the School of the iBlind
Womiin s Club
The Quarry Heights Women i
Club will hold a lunciicon meeting
on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 12:30
p.m. at the Quarry Heights Of
Mrs. Blanca Corsi de Ripol, who
is the teacher of Spamsh dancing
at the National School of Dance
in Panama City, is a charming
and entertaining lecturer.
Hostesses for the luncheon are:
Mrs. Thomas Barfield 82-3275,
Mrs. Franklin Simmons 82-5298,
and Mrs. James Emmett 82-2208.
The October meeting of the
Cristobal Woman's Club was held
last Wednesday afternoon in the
Red Cross buildinf
Mrs. Wm. Brooks as president
welcomes as guests her mother
Mrs. G. C. Horine, Mrs. A. Zarega
and Mrs. Arthur Payne.
The short business meeting was
followed by an Interesting Speaker
Mr. George Edman, Public Affairs
Officer of the United StatesEm StatesEmbassy
bassy StatesEmbassy on a pertinent topic "Point,
The musical program was ren
dered by solist Mrs. Burt Watson,
accompaimed at the piano by
Mrs. Wni. Nelson. The songs were,
"If r Could Tell You," by Firestone
"Hear Ye, Israel, '"by Mendelssohn
and "Poor Pierret," by Jerome
A delighful tea was served by
Mrs. Howard Harris and her com
mittee with Mrs. E. C. Horine and
Mrs. Stanley Kidd presiding at
The Woman's Club. 1958 En-
gagament Calendars are now on
sale at Surany's.
Plan Gat Tagathar
Oklahomans on the Isthmus have
two compelling reasons for the
big get-together planned for Sa Saturday
turday Saturday Nov. 16 at the Elk's Club
in Balboa. The barbecue-buffet
from 1 to 6 will be the occasion
when Soohers celebrate the 50th
anniversary of Statehood and
root for an Oklahoma victory, po potentially
tentially potentially their 49th straight win,
over Notre Dame at a listening
All Oklahomans, men, women,
and children are invited to make
their reservations for the $1.00
buffet by calling either Mrs. Hem Hem-brick
brick Hem-brick at Albrook 4218 or Mr. Clay
Randel at Panama 2 5484.
Oklahoma wives may bring non non-Oklahoma
Oklahoma non-Oklahoma husbands and vice ver versa.
sa. versa. The local Committee for the
Semr-Centennial Celebration plans
to have movies for the kiddies
so that oarents can devote full full-time
time full-time to the birthday party.
Ft. Clayton Wlvns
Will Tour Panama
The Fort Clayton Officer's Wive
Club will make a tour of homes
and places of interest in Panama
Wednesday. Nov. 1.1, in a trip
which will begin at th? Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Officer's Chbb at 9:00 a.m.
Members and guests are ured to
be prompt. Reservslion will be
accepted until noon Monday
through MHs. Louise Heckinser,
telephone Fort Clayton 87-6121.
OnOe of the features f the ior
will be luncheon at the Union Club,
The Swimming Pool
Association of Curundu
has finished the project for
which it was organised and
will be desolred as soon as
all accounts are cleared.
The persona owing money
to the Association or having
claims against the Associa Associate
te Associate nare requested to con contact
tact contact Mr. Wade Thompson Thompson-Tel.
Tel. Thompson-Tel. 83-C205, P. O. Box 2044,
( Curundu, prior to Dee. 1.
O.K. wipe that lost weekend
look off won't you? cause here
wt come again with the weekly
The SDanish Dress this week in
formed that an incident between
protestors and students of the
Arts and Crafts School and mem members
bers members of the National Guard result
ed in the suspension ot two mem
bers of the country's only armed
During the observance of the
Patriotic exercises the Santo To
nus Hospital reported having
treated 70 accident cases. And
apparently one death was thrown
in lor good measure. .impress
sive combination Isn't it?. .
Unbeiieveable but true At
this time when most centers of
diversion are making improve
menls, the Salon Kncanlo, lormer
tlks Club, closed it doors alter a
Very promisling weekend.
Not so long ago a $75 line was
imposed by local authorities on
this same joint for allegedly per
mitting minors to consume aco aco-holic
holic aco-holic beverages durin" "bailes In In-lantiles."
lantiles." In-lantiles." The rains came. .the heavy
showers which married the pa patriotic
triotic patriotic excercises in a mreasure
in Colon, resulted in heavy Slides
on the Trans-Isthmian highway.
OiU man Jupiter Pluvious certain certain-bnad
bnad certain-bnad his way about things. .
Have you any gripes cgainit
the Ministry of Finance?. .IP
so park them until Wadnesdays,
that's tha day thit Finance
Minister Dr. Gilbarto Arias G.,
dadtcates two hours to hearing
camplaints. Tha time 9 to 1.
Popping in from New York aft
er a stay ot six weeks was Ken
Rice, man-about town. Imagine
Ken went on a vacation, now he
declares, "Man, I am now catch catching
ing catching up on my sleep. ." How a a-bout
bout a-bout that!
Birthday greetings will be going
out tomorrow to Una Genore, so social
cial social worker, politician and promi prominent
nent prominent member of the scout move movement.
ment. movement. Twenty-threa years is a long
time, but not to the Herbert
Thompsons of Paraiso, who on
Wednesday, will have been mar married
ried married for that much time Here's
wishing the popular couple many
more years of happiness.
Time waits for no one, and aft after
er after 48 years of consecutive serv service,
ice, service, Theophilus Morris of Colon
was retired from a'clive service
with the Panama Railroad Co.
Come Wednesday, Atlantic sid sid-er
er sid-er re in tor a real treat when
the Atlantic Beavers Club will be
on stage at the Rex Theater in a
3-act comedy drama directed by
Mrs. Ruby Hall of Colon has
booked passage to leave for Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica tomorrow on a business
A bo.it rid undar tha auspic auspices
es auspices of the St. Paul's Episcopal
church, will be held an Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Nov. 28. Incidentally this
data will also mark Pant mi's
Indapandenca frem Spain and
tha U.S. Thanksgiving Ol y.
Wa have ban told -that tick tickets
ets tickets are reasonably priced so gat
your today. It's for tha Church.
Attend Church today: A special
remembrance service is scheduled
to be held this morning at 9 o' o'clock,
clock, o'clock, at the Panama Methodist
FINER RICHER PURER
establishing; operations in the Colon Free Zono has
immediate employment openings for the following
.Traffic Manager Chief Accountant
Office Manager with Accounting
or Traffic Experience
Person applying for these positions must be between
the ages of 30 and 45, have perfect knowledge of
Spanish and English, and no less than six year ex experience
perience experience in the positions htre advertised.
Applicants for these positions must submit a detailed
resume of their working txperience and past posi positions
tions positions to Box 536, Colon, R. P.
Church, during which Her Britan Britannic
nic Britannic Majesty's Ambassador to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, His Excellency Ian Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, wil read the lesson, and the
pastor, the Rev. Ephraim S. Al Al-phonse
phonse Al-phonse is listed to deliver the ser sermon.
mon. sermon. The choirs of Panama and Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso Churches will render spe special
cial special music.
We believe it was Confucious
who said: "Marriage is like a be be-seiged
seiged be-seiged city: Those in want to get
out and those who are out want
to get in. Local proof of this
is the goodly number of licenses
issued at the Cristobal Division of
the U.S. District Court, In addi
tlor. to those issued at other courts
A Spanish language columnist
commented this week on the work
of colleague George W. Wester Wester-man
man Wester-man in the U.N. an article to this
effect vas written by Ellis A. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, in a widely circulated U.S.
George Todd of the Balboa
Branch of the Chase Manhattan
Bank, returned from a stateside
trip during course of the
Did You Know?; .Thit tha
employes at the El Panama
Hilton, art wondering if It was
Mm Sputnik that pasad by, be because
cause because the new management is
certainly broming the joint. .
yas, gantla folks, several of tha
employes have ben suspended
Grin and bear ft; In the absence
of a marriage certificate which
was claimed to be misplaced or
lost, a youhg woman in order to
gain admission to the obstetrical
section of a hosDital whirh wa.
reserved lor "married women on
''i icucsieu oi me cnief nurse
that Elder Cromhv. whn l
leugea to nave performed the cer
einony, De summoned to verily
ci icgm Hiatus.
Arriving hastily at the hostpial,
and appearing minus his surplice,
"ic uie inquired of the Rev
erend gentleman: "Pray, sir, what
jvm occupation-" receiving
the reply "Who, me ma'am, I am
Thought for today: Suspicion is
far more apt td be wrong than
right; of tener unjust, than just. It
is no friend, to virtue, and always
an enemy to happiness.
Bye Now! !
May Be Used
In Hoffa Trial
NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UP) 8
Teamsters" Union president-elect
James R. Hoffa was granted
delay in his perjury trial today
after the government said i
would attempt to use wiretaps as
Federal Judge Frederick Van
Pelt Bryan, who originally had
set next Tuesday as the trial date,
granted the postponement pending
a decision by the U.S. Supreme
Court on whether sucn evidence
The Supreme Court is consider
ing an appeal from a Court of
Appeals ruling which held th.-'
evidence obtained by state or
local authorities through wire wiretaps
taps wiretaps in which federal officers had
no part may be used in federal
DATING A QUEEN Ronnie Valentine looks proudly at his
night. She is Teeno Queen Ruth Thompson.
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LYONNAISE NOODLES baked with paprika, onioiLand lots of
butter or margarine are delicious with roast turkey.
By GAYNOR MADDOX
, NEA Fooff and Markets Editor
Let's try noodles with roast tur
key for a welcome change. Baked
with paprika, onion and lots of but
ter or margarine, they make a
Baked Lyonnaise Noodles
One tablespoon salt, 3 quarts
boiling water. 8 ounces medium
egg noodles (about 4 cups), V cup
butter or margarine, 1 medium-
sized onion, sliced, teaspoons
paprika, salt pepper and garlic
salt to taste.
Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly
boiling water. Gradually add noo noodles
dles noodles so that water continues to
boil. Cook uncovered, stirring oc occasionally,
casionally, occasionally, until tender. Drain in
colander. Melt butter or marga margarine;
rine; margarine; add onion and cook until ten tender.
der. tender. Add noodles and reamining
ingredients and mix well. Turn
into lightly greased l'a-quart cas
serole. Bake in moderate oven
(350 degrees F.) 15-20 minutes.
Sprinkle with additional paprika,
Quick Turkey and Spaghetti
One tablespoon salt, 3 quarts
Sent To Hospital
For Menial Care
KEARNEY, Neb. fUP) A.grain
buyer who threw Kearney into an
uproar when he .claimed to have
talked with spacemen was con con-finnrf
finnrf con-finnrf tnHiv tn Hottinps State Hos
pital for mental treatment.
Reinhold O. Schmidt, 48, of Bak Bak-ersfield,
ersfield, Bak-ersfield, Calif., was committed
Thursday night after a hearing by
the Buffalo Countv Board oi Men Mental
tal Mental Health.
The action was taken on recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of two examining psy psychiatrists,
chiatrists, psychiatrists, who advised that
Schmidt was "in immediate need
of psychiatric treatment."
Schmidt, an ex-convict who once
served a term for embezzlement,
was ordered confirned to the hos hospital
pital hospital for "an indefinite period for
observation, diagnosis and treat treatment.
ment. treatment. ,'--
Authorities said they had re received
ceived received information from bis fam family
ily family -that Schmidt was suffering
from seeming "instabilities," and
demands on him from unidentified
persons anf "craokpots.HJ-
Schmidt stirred considerable ex-,
citement and touched off a major i
investigation Tuesday when bt
rsced into Kearney to tell of see seeing
ing seeing a space ship parked on a
creek bottom southwest t' the 1
He said the occupants of the
ship, four men and two women,
were friendly enough and invited
him to have a look around rnsid- 1
the cigar-shaped, craft. The space spacemen
men spacemen and women spoka German :
and English, bo said,
Liver Pate Makes
boiling water, 8 ounces spaghetti,
1 medium-sized onion, chopped, 2
cups diced cooked turkey, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons melted butter or marga margarine,
rine, margarine, one lOVi-ounce can condens condensed
ed condensed tomato soup, one 8-ounce can
tomato sauce, 1 cup turkey stock
or chicken bouillon, teaspoon
thyme, lh teaspoon salt.
Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapid rapidly
ly rapidly boiling water. Gradually add
spaghetti so that water continues
to bpU. Cook uncovered, stirring
occasionally, until tender. Drain in
colander. Meanwhile, cook onion
and turkey in butjter or margarine
until .onion is tender. Add remain remaining
ing remaining ingredients; heat to boiling
point, stirring occasionally. Add
spaghetti; mix well.
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date at the Teeno Ball, Frltfay'
Each notice far incluiioa la this
column should at submitted in
lyps-writtan form and mailed aa
tha. bax number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to tha office. Notices el
meetings cannot a asceated ky
Girls Souf Loaders
Will Moot Wednesday
The Girl Scout leader's club
of the Canal Zone, will hold their
next meeting, Wednesday, Nov. 13,
at a.m. in the the Diablo Girl
Scout House (located behind the
Mrs. Schroeter urges all leaders
New arrivals on the Isthmus.
who are interested in any way
m scouting, are cordially invited
to tnis meeting.
for further information., nleaca
call Mrs. Shorter at Balboa
Balboa Woman's Club
Will Hoar Lecture
By Woslsy Townsend
The Balboa Woman's Club will
hold their November meeting on
Wednesday evening, Nov. 13 at
7:30 p.m. in the Library' of the
JWB. on Balboa Road.
Our guest speaker for the even
ing will be Mr. Wesley Townsend.
He will tell of his experiences a a-Riong
Riong a-Riong the Guaymi Indians, fea featuring
turing featuring "La Balseria" a native fes
tivity which is rarely seen by other
than the Indians themselves. Ho
will illustrate his tslk with his
excellent color slides and curios.
A special invitation is extended
The date of the November Ge General
neral General Assembly of the Inter-Ame
rican Women's Club, Cplon Unit,
has been cnanged irom Monday,
Nov. 11, to Tuesday, Nov.12. Mem Members
bers Members are urged to he on time as the
meeting will begin promptly at
4 cm. at the Club Headquaters.
5th and Melendex.
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WASHINGTON. Nov. 0 (UPV
Having trouble getting that mort mort-cai
cai mort-cai e on the house you want to
buy? An expert on mortgage mat
ter! nai some upa tor you.
The expert ii Norman Strunk,
executive vice preiident of the
U.S. Savingi and Loan League, a
private group of 4,000 aavingi and
The aiociationa finance about
40 per cent of all residential
mortgages. The following, strum
says, are what savings and loan
officials consider when they decide
whether to make a home loan:
The prospective buyer's past
credit record. This is especially
important to the lender because
home loans generally are long
term 20 years or more. Hence the
lender will scrutinize the home
buyer's credit history his previ
ous repayment of bank loans, in installment
stallment installment debt and charge account
bills to see if he met payment
dates promptly and regularly.
Job stability of the -borrower
The lender wants to know if the
' lt::k;CAEPENTER,''ieft; chief of the maintenance division, UJS. Arms Caribbean Quartw Quartw-niaster
niaster Quartw-niaster Office at Coronal, presents Carlos. .E, Abbott, center, and Santiago MarUnez, r Kht,
with suggestion award certificates in, recent ceremony at Corozal.v Both men f"wviuan
ewployel of the. maintenance division. Abbott suggested using a cabinet in he Quartermas-
teMiiVshoD t store 'touch-up materials. This resulted in. ranuffWture
ove boxes which could be stored in paint carts outside.the buiWingafterwork
e eifminting a fire hazard,' He lives at Apt. 11 -B, 1297, Jerontmo de l Ossa 6t., Pm
'Martinez suggested 'a modification of the bracket system on stop WUWjW
which saves time, simpliffes work and improv es safety, He lives at, 4918. th St
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ZONE GOLFERS TO BOGOTA
The distinguished group in the
picture is 'made up of 55 amateur
golfersi from the Canal .Zone
about,. to board the luxurious
AVrAJlA airliner en route to
Bogota, where they were very
cordially received, by the mem members
bers members of the sumptuous and ex exclusive
clusive exclusive Botola ,-, Country Cluh.
This'; gdodVwiU, golf tour was
made possible through the ef efforts
forts efforts of AVIANCA, the oldest
Airline in the Americas, in co co-'operatlon'
'operatlon' co-'operatlon' with the well-known
travel agency of Fidanque Her-
manos e Hljos.
The members of the golf tour
Paul M. Runnestrand, Execu Executive
tive Executive Secretary Panama Canal
Co.; Col. David C. Burke; Cap Captain
tain Captain and Mrs. Warner S. ,Rodi-
mon; Mr; and Mrs. ; Allen -Alexander;
Mr., and, Mrs. Leroy B.
Magnuson" Mr.:and ; Mrs. Wil
liant1 H. Devoref Mr. and Mrs.
Noel C. Parnsworth; Mr; and
Mrs. Robert E: ,Medinger; Mr;
and Mrs. Eugene I. 'Askew; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. Donaldsdn;
Mr. and Mrs. James1 p. pesLoriJ,i
des; Mr. and .Mrsr Rarph E.
Stansbury; Dr. and Mr. H. W.
Mitten Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. William
F. O'Sullivan; Mrs. Dorothy E.
Hamlin; Mrs. Mary M. Zemer;
Mrs. Elizabeth Sudron; Mrs. Ca Catherine.
therine. Catherine. W. Fisher; Mrs. Anna H.
Pruitt: Mrs. Virginia M. Dixon;
Mrs. Shirley E. Clymer;- Miss
Margaret F. Wiggin; Judge
Guthrie F. Crowe; Mi$s Betty
Crowe; Mr. J. Patrick Conjley:
Mr. Roger W. Adams; Mrs. Floyd
H. Baldwin; Mr. Miguel Corc6;.
Mf. Michael X.Ariaer Mr. Bry
an:W. Mercer; Mr Harow a.
Feeney; Mr, Artnur, J. OLary,
Mr. JoseDhr I. Kincaid; Mr. W.
D. Hardie' Mr. August I. Bau Bau-man;,Mr;
man;,Mr; Bau-man;,Mr; Bart X Eilch; Mr: John
ae Grummona; Mr. Jenry j.
chase: Mr. John C. Adams: Mr,
Delrhas A. waf ford; Mr. Edwin
C. 3otiesf Mr. William I de la
Mater; and Mr. Hugh A. Norrla
Members of the bon Yoyage
jinmfinn fountain Her-
nando Lewa Suarez, Consul
rianaral nt rinlnmbia. tn Panama
anrl fVia nrtranipr of the trlD
KJCr sfanlnv JTIriannUP Of Fidan-
quc Bros.; & Son Traveil Agency,
and Mr. Jorge saaveara u., uret ureteral
eral ureteral Representative of AVIANCA
for Panama ana uenwm aiucu
ert Advises Home buyers
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Oii How To Get That Mortgage
man (and possibly his wife) have
been working regularly. If he has
a job in an industry that is stable
and where the chance of layoff is
small, so much the better.' But if
he has changed jobs frequently
and his work record is sprinkled
with periods of unemployment, the
lenrer will be more cautions.
What is the borrower's overall
financial situation? Can his budget
stand the monthly interest and
amortization payments on the
mortgage plus necessary tax and
Insurance outlays? xne answer oe oe-pends
pends oe-pends on several factors: Size of
the' family income, amount of the
mortgage payments, other out outstanding
standing outstanding debts that must be paid
concurrently with the mortgage.
Desirability ol the property. A
lender prefers to risk his money
on a house in a neighborhood of
stable or climbing property val values.
ues. values. He also looks to see if the
house is well designed and attrac
tive and offers good acees to
transportation, schools, snooping.
ehurcnes, paras ana recreauonsi
E-Convict Sought In Tennessee
For Planning To Bloiv Up School
CLINTON, Tenn., sfov. 9 (UP) one of them "was afraid some-
Authorities hunted today for an
ex-convict who allegedly hired
two men to blow up racially-integrated
Clinton,' Tenn., high school.
Sheriff Glad Woodward said
"several" warrants were out for
the arrest of Edward Cline, 40,
who lived across the Clinch River
from Clinton. Police said Cline
was released from prison last
year after serving two terms, one
on a larceny conviction.
Avon Nolan, .19, and Clifford
Lowe, 20, were charged with con conspiring
spiring conspiring with Cline to dynamite the
school last September. Woodward
said they failed to carry, out the
plot, instigated by Cline, because
facilities. If the borrower de defaults,
faults, defaults, the lender does not want
to discover that the value of the
property has fallen to less than his
equity in it.
Size of the down payment. Lend Lenders
ers Lenders feel that the bigger it is the
safer the risk of financing the bal balance.
ance. balance. They shy away from so so-eahed
eahed so-eahed "shoe-string" buyers in fa favor
vor favor of the man who can and will
make a substantial initial payment.
body would eet killed.
In other integration develop
ments, Ku Klux Kiansman Bart
A. Floyd was under $20,000 ap
peal bond today,' following his
conviction in Birmingnam, ; Ala.,
Floyd, who is 31, was sentenced
ta 20 years imprisonment for the
Imssculatlon of Judge Aaron, a
An associate of itinerant segre segregationist
gationist segregationist John Kasper aid mem
bera of the Seaboard White Citi'
zeps Council of Washington would
picket the White House, today in
support of a petition for -a hearing
by the full Supreme Court on
Kasper's contempt of court con
Floyd Fleming, acting executive
Secretary of the council, said the
group would picket! the White
House because "the Supreme
Court gets its orders from the
Kasper's attorney. J. Benjamin
Simmons, said the high court
would be asked to review the
ease despite the fset it has al
ready refused once to do so. Kas Kasper
per Kasper is in jail in Washington await-
int transfer to a federal prison.;
10 Atlanta, AJpna A. fowler.
Jr.. head of the American Reset
mat a iiwuing uiouf id lomf
exclusive naighborhood will wak
up the morning before Christmas
to find a Negro family living next ;
Fowler said the foundation.
which plans to move southern Ne Negroes
groes Negroes into wealthy northern neigh-
borhoods. hag received so nfiV
from owners of homes in excli-.
sive residential areas in the North
to "sell, lease" or loan -tilelr
homes,- V. $ ..Kr f
Medgar Evars, field iscretarr
for the NAACP in Mississippi,
predicted at a state convention convention-that
that convention-that Miasixximii wHl tiffin int-"
gration by 1963 amd "I hope when
we make, our big move here., the
people will be- ready for and
A New Boundary In Screen Enteriainmenl: "A HATFUL
OF RAIN" Wednesday Al The BELLA VISTA
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Broadway stage, "A HATFUL OF RAIN,"
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tnry Cen-tnry Fox. It wil be released on Wednesday
at the BELLA VISTA Theatre.
Starrinr Eva Marie Saint, Den Murray,
Anthony Fnuiciosav and Lloyd Nolan, the
iilm reunites director Fred Zinmemann and
predneer Baddy Adler who last pooled their
talent on the 195S Academy Award winner,
"From Here Te Eternity."
A HATFUL OF KADf tefli the pelfnant,
ftea naanf ol tale of Johnny Pep, ft yoanr
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beng treated for war wounds and his rela relationship
tionship relationship with his family, three decent peo people
ple people who art anddenty faced with the awful
truth that has already confronted t some
10a,ooa American households.
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5dp Glass Horses
Kor $1000 In Sprint
Wour of the President Remon racetrack's best
sof inters will Watch Strides this afternoon in the
? SljfiOO seven furlong main event,
-I J ?:chediile to dispute the purse are Melendez, Ga Ga-.!
.! Ga-.! .JtMw rnn.t;nn oiit Dnnhlp Four.
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- Udin the &Jg&&
Starling wieieuuez,. j'caj
', V. -I Aim
will be Gavilan, then Gonetino and
last, but far lrom least, speedy
J Double Four.
Melendez will be ridden by Vi-
, cent Ortega who is now enjoying
' falr measure ot success in me
saddle once more,
iftavilan. an ever-dancerous and
" Unuredictable racer, will be guid
ed "by Jorge Phillips. The latter
. was aboard when Gavilan raced to
his- last victory.
- TJpnetino, probably the fastest
- tijvse in training at the track, will
have hustling Virgilio Castillo in
the pilothouse. Gonetino will at attempt
tempt attempt to outsprint Double Four and
score a post to post victory.
Double Four, track record hold holder
er holder ,for six furlongs, is having his
best year since being imported
from England. He has already ac accounted
counted accounted lor nine wins and most of
them were scored with leading
jockey Braulio Baeza, who will be
up today, in the saddle.
' The race has great possibilities.
Gonetino and Double Four are ex expected
pected expected to set a sizzling pace with
Gavilan going within striking dis-
' tance and Melendez far in the ruck
'for the iirst half.
' The' final' quarter, however, is
where the race should be decided.
Gavilan and Melendez figure to
command join the leaders for one
Of those nerve tingling finishes.
Posiblemente seeks a repeat win
tb-$600 fourth series -.sub-feature.
He will be opposed by-- Embassy,
Elostigador, Opulento and Maria
t Eight other prospective thrilers
are included on the program.
Yjesteiday Town's Wall chased
pacesetting Gramilla until the
latter shot her bolt then held on
to ward favorite Kadir's closing
mslT tin. score by three-quarters
efialength In the $750 seven
f itfloijiKsprtot for second ana
thjlrd series Imported thorough thorough-,
, thorough-, tujeds.
jMichlripa came up from the
nip Gramilla for third
the wire. Comatose,
which was used up chasing Gra
milla. wound up a poor last.
Town s Wall was ridden by
Guillermo Sanchez. Lead lng
jockey Braulio Baeza was once
more the saddle star with three
victories. Alfredo Vasquez and
Gilberto Montero, with two wins
each, were the only riders to
score more than one victory.
Lyrical, the day's biggest long long-shot,
shot, long-shot, opened the program with
a $29.20 payoff and combined
with second race winner, Curri Curri-ta,
ta, Curri-ta, for a $309.80 double payoff
tops for the day.
1 Lyrical $29.20, $7.80
2 Money Maker $3.60
1 Currita $12.80, $6.20
2 Ika $6.60
First Double: $309.80
1 Pichoto $3.80, $2.60
2 Avispa $3
r One-Two: $10.20
1 Tinela $2 80, $2.40
2 Julie $4.40
1 Delta $3.20. $2.40
2 Singful $2.80
1 Ornamental Star $3.40, $2.20
2 Cartillero $2.80
1 Don Dani $10.60, $3.80
2 Clarucha $3.20
1 Sideral $4.20, $2.80
2 Radical $3.40
1 Manandoagua $6.20, $3.20
2 Elko $3.20
lTown's Wall $5.40, $2.80
2 Kadir $2.60
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CAMDEN, N. J., Nov. 9 (UP)
Wheatley Stable's Bold Euler
gave the "horse laugh" to the
experts today as he romped to
an easy victory in the $82,350
Trenton Handicap the "dream
race" of 1957.
"He'll never carry his 'speed
a mile and one quarter against
the likes Of Gallant Man and
Round Table,", they said. But
bold Ruler put the lie to that
with a thrilling demonstration
of speed as he romped under
the finish line two and one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter lengths ahead of Ralph
Lowe's Gallant Man.,- J
Kerr Stable's Round Table,
the only other starter in this
race which decided the three-year-old
champion and prob probably
ably probably the "horse of the year"
wtle, was an outdistanced third,
Mght and one-half lengths be behind
hind behind Gallant Man.
Three times before Bold Ruler
had been tried at a mile and
one-quarter or longer. Each
time he, failed, finishing fourth
in the Kentucky Derby, third
in the Belmont Stakes and
third in the Woodward Stakes.
But with the championship
hanging in the balance, Bold
Ruler found the stamina to bo
with his vaunted speed. He
whisked under the finish line
in 2:01-35, only three-fifths
of a second off the stake and
track record set by Social Out Outcast
cast Outcast in the 1955 of the Trenton
V'fJfJ pkifT. TCP" A i
Score major Football Upsets
WEST POINT, NX, NOV. 7-r
(TJP)--Bob Anderson, the crash
ing choir singer from Cocoa,
Fla., took a firmer grip on the
nation's touchdown scoring hon
ors as he scored three times and
pitched another to neip Army
saueeze oast surprising Utah,
39-33, at Michie Stadium today.
COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 9 (UP)
The Oklahoma Sooners,
using sophomore h a 1 fback
Bobby Boyd as their star, won
the Big Eight Conference berth
in the Orange Bowl today by
downing Missouri, 39-14.
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Nov. 9 (UP)
Quarterback Randy Duncan
and end Jim Gibbons surprised
Minnesota with a two-man pass
ing attack today to lead Iowa
to a convincing 44-20 triumph to
move the Hawkeyes within one
victory of a second straight Big
LOOK. MA, SIDEWAYS Jitterbugging on water skis, i
Nancie Ridout and Alan Bronberg have a .ball at Cyprus!
Gardens, Fla. They are the world record-holders in -water ski 1
jumping, Nancie with 76 feet from a five-foot board and Alaa I
with 126 over a six-foot They even use bare feet as waie skifcj
1 Yoyita Orando
2 Princesa Vanidad Grimilda
3 Naranjazo Takeaway
4 Presidente Golden Moon
5 Destello Tingat
6 Escorial Camberwell
9 Polo Magnetico
10 Double Four
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Race Track Graded Entries
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1st Race, 'G" Native Purse $375
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 1:00
G Montero 112xc0uld pay juicy odds
C. Iglesias 108 Seeks another upset
F. Alvarez 110 Notoriously poor starter
B. Baeza 115 returns from layoff
J. Phillips 106 Good early speed
A. Ycaza 116 Dropped in class
G. Sanchez 116 Racing in good form
2nd Race, 6th Series Imp 7 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes. 1-30
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Alvarez 105 Rates remote chance
R. Vasquez 114 jockey should help
B. Baeza 108 -Nothing to indicate
A. YCaZa 110 RllT,. Uroll .f tin...
5Princesa Vanidad Cado. 108 -Only sound one here
jLamy uuciiess j. iaia. 103X Should be retired
7 Amat S. Carvajal 105 Improved in last
1 Ocala Miss
3rd Race "C and D" Nat.
8 Fgs.Purse $425
Pool Closes 2:00
DICK RUSSaL AMY
MILLER JOHNSON DALTOK
REVOLT Or THI TCHAKfll
liS&X A- "zal?s 10 -Should be close up
2r"ntkCa ay TB-.?a,eza, 112 -Consistent performer
3 Black Bee F. Justinian! 99xMust go lower
4 Portal H. Ruiz 108 -Distance to liking
5 Don Gp.u J. Talavera 103x -Could be upsetter
6 Don Brigldo G. Sanchez 124 -Form indicates
7 Daniel G. Alvarez 105 Runs well in mile
ITHACA, N.Y., NOV. 9 (UP)
Cornell spoiled Brown's first vis visit
it visit to Ithaca since 1895 today
when it rallied for two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in the-third! period to
score a 13-6 victory.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 9
(UP) Veteran halfback Barry
Maroney sparked Cincinnati to
a 21-0 victory over lowly Indiana
today in its first invasion of Big
Ten territory since 1948.
. CHAMPAIGN, III., Nov. 9
(UP) Second-string halfback
L. T. Bonner ran 59 yards for
one touchdown and five yards
for another today to lead Ill Illinois
inois Illinois to a 20-19 upset over
Mich igan and ruin what
chances the Wolverines had
left of going to the Rose Bowl.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 9 (UP)
Pennsylvania, with the dismis
sal of coach Steve Sebo in the
balance,, whipped itself together
today to roar back from a two two-touchdown
touchdown two-touchdown deficit and over
whelmed Yale, 33-20, in a thun thunderous
derous thunderous Ivy League upset1 which
would- be a job-saver tor the
4th Race, "G" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $375
1 Golden Moon B. Baeza 102 jockev will helD
arnSlrefntteH Y?aZa 112 -ShouW beat these
3 San Cristobal V. Ortega 113 Early speed only
4 Cuca F. Alvarez 106 -Not good enough
5 Tanganlca J. Phillips 105 -Longshot possibility
6 Don Manuel E. Dario 106 Must go lower
7 Solito F. Justinlani 105x Despite weak rider
Pool Closes 2:
5th Race, "A and B' Nattives 7 F. Purse $500
Pool Closes 3:00
1 Tingat J. Jimenez 108 Back in best form
2 Marcelita H. Ruiz 102 Would pay nice odds
3 Apache F. Justinlani lOlx Slower each time out
4 Destello G Sanchez 122 Seems "sure thing"
6th Race, 6th Series Imp. T Fgs.Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:40
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 My Friend B. Baeza 110 Usually close up
2 Camberwell H. Ruiz 108 Has strongest finish
3 Matriculado C. Iglesias 103 Will score soon
4 Trirreme G. Sanchez 113 Usually close up
5 Miss Patience G Mon. 105x Could make it here
6 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 110 Jockey insists
7 Escorial J. Jimenez 112 Form indicates
7th Race, 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $600
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Embassy B. Baeza 106 At best in mud
2 Hostigador R. Vasquez 115 Dangerous contender
3 Posiblemente F. Alvarez 115 Should score again
4 Opulento G. Sanchez 110 Regaining form slowly
5 Maria atuardo Montero 105x Not against these
Pool Closes 4:10
KNQXVIIXE, Tenn.,. Nov.
(UP) Gaining momentum! by
th wpoir loth-r sited. Tennessee
stormed: over Georgia Tech 26
today Jbehhid Bobby Ootdoji's
leadership and built statrong
case for a return trip to the Sug Sugar
ar Sugar Bowl. x
RALEIGH. NX NOV. 9 (UP)
William and Mary, a patched-
up football team keyed to a nne
Ditch, staeed a major upset by
knocking olf previousry-unDeai
en North Carolina State 7-6 to
day with a 67-yard fourth quar
ter march ana an extra point.
Our favorite news hound,
Scooper Dooper, reports that
narvie wara Has formally p
plied to the golf fathers idr re
acceptance, among the imon
pures. The San Frariciscov ama amateur
teur amateur wassrQunded for a year be because
cause because oflrregularitiea involving
tournament expenses. He -was
national champion in '55 and
as ana, would have been odds
on to wan in '57.... The first
amateur ever to mak It three
in a row. His penance served,
war as reaamission to tne tem
pie of the untainted is automa
AN ARMY FIRST. President
Ike's schedule was so tight dur during
ing during his brief west point appear appearance
ance appearance he wasn't able to find time
to visit-the football team before
or after iiie game. The players
were frankly chagrined; they
naa nopea ne mient. He's one
old grad who would have been
most welcome in the dressing
room. Anyway, they put on a
smash performance for him,
lathering Colgate, 53-7, for their
most explosive power demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of the season. This week
they meet Utah, next comes Tu
lane, then- Navy. No Army team
nas ever piayea Utah .before.
Normally we'd be nlayimr one
ii me ivies, expiamea coacn
Red Blaik. "But, as you know,
they're running a closed shop
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 9 (UP)
A 45-yard punt return by
halfback Bill McClure set up a
touchdown arid Whitey Mlkanik
added the deciding conversion
as fired-up West Virginia up upset
set upset Pittsburgh 7-6 today to
send the Panthers down to
their worst season in seven
NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UP)
Unbeaten but once-cd Dart Dartmouth,
mouth, Dartmouth, favored by 19 points,
squeezed out a first-period
touchdown on a six -yard
"drive" after a fumble recovery
today and made it stand up
for an unimpressive 7-0 victory
over fired-up Columbia
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 9
(UP) Penn State scored the
first time it had the ball in
both halves and added a sec second
ond second neriod touchdown while
holdim? Marnuette to a last
second score to defeat the
Warriors 20-7 and extend their
record losing streak to 18
8th Race, "Special" Imp.
6 Fgs. Purse $650
Pool Closes 4:45
1 Silver Heels A. Gonza. 105 Must improve more
2 Rory A. Ycaza 120 Should score easily
3 Puesto Jose Rodriguez 103 Has shown nothing
4 1 Forget J. Phillips 106 Depends on start
5 Red Label H. Ruiz 102 Off recent starts, no
GAM T OLIO
5 5c 0c
The Alan With A
. nettsand Faces
v ..h James Cagney
th 'Audie Murphy
CAD A HI JO UNA
with r, Fernandez
- Also: -EL
GATO sin BOTAS
with Tin Tan
R I O
with Lauren Bacall
with Eleonor Parker
with George Nader
- Also: -DEADLY
with -Craig Stevens
9th Race,, 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $500
Pool Closes 5:15
1 Polo Magnetico Baeza 108 Distance suits style
2 Blue Sky J. Phillips 108 Fastest at getaway
3 El Agheila R. Vasquez 120 Form indicates
4 Pi be Undo G. Prescott 108 Early speed only
5 Alhajar F. Justinlani lOOx Lacks early speed
6 Verygood F. Alvarez 110 Could score at price
10th Race, 1st Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $1000 Pool Closes 5:45
1 Melendez E. Ortega 112 Rates good chance
2 Gavilan J: Phillips 110 Always dangerous
3 Gonetino V. Castillo 118 Will fight it out
4 Double Four B. Baeza 118 Form indicates
HTUANSTON. Til.. NOV. 9 (UP)
Northwestern held Wisconsin
to a standstill in the first nan
today, but the sophomore-laden
Badgers took over in the sec second
ond second half to roll to a 41-12 win.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. ; 9
(UP) Second-string halfback
Tom Morris rallied a shocked
Princeton team, to a pair vol
fourth period touchdowns on a
10-yard pass and a 39-yard
scamp r to give the favored
Tigers a 28-20 Big Three vic victory
tory victory ever Harvard today ',i hi
their 50th annual Ivy. League
, EAST LANSING, Mlchi.ltov
9 (UP) Michigan State broke
loose for three touchdowns in
the third period and added
another In th fourth today ;
to rout T4tre Dame, 34-8, be before
fore before 75491 fans at Spartan
Stadium, r .... ,-s-; ?
A REAL BIG ONE. The Army-
Navy annual adding significance
to glamor as the season deepens.
Both are quality- teams and by
Nov. 30 they may occupy formi
dable positions on the national
scene. Navy simply outclassed
Notre Dame along the ground,
in tne air ana aown in front. In
rushing the Middies' bulge was
237 to 83. in the second half the
Irish netted only four yards.
"A stronger and better team
than Army,'? said Terry Brennan
after the game. Three weeks
earlier Army had tried to hold a
leaa against Notre Dame with
second stringers and was shock shockingly
ingly shockingly ambushed.
For comparative score addicts:
Notre Dame beat Army. 23-21:
Navy beat Notre, 20-6. All three
Navy touchdowns were scored by
Ray Wellborn, a junior fullback.
With a name like that how did
the lad miss going to Harvard?
SPEAKING OF BOWLS. Even
if the cadets should go unbeaten
from here on in it's improbable
they would be receptive to a
Bowl bid. The regular Academy
policy is against post-season
play, and barring Pentagon pres pressure,
sure, pressure, there almost certainly will
be no change. On the other
hand, the Navy brass encourages
extra curricular carnage, pre presumably
sumably presumably on these two counts;
(1) it's fine publicity for the
school; (2) it's an added lnceni
tlve for the team.' v
. Of the other major Eastern in independents,
dependents, independents, only Syracuse, would
seem toave a chanc to attract
the Bowling people, Pittsburgh's
l allure even to approximate 1U
lofty pre-season rating hu the
exrJerts talking to themselves
and you can imagine how aby aby-mally
mally aby-mally boring that must be.
EXCUSE IT PLEASE, ngurini
prominently m Dartmouth's dra dramatic,
matic, dramatic, closing seconds 14-14 tie
at New Haven was a controver
sial 15-yard penalty against Yale
the penalty we would have to
doubt that Dartmouth -nnirt
have salvaged a tie. And Yale
insists the penalty was all wet,
anyway; or to be more exact, all
mud.. Rain had made a massive
mud spread of the fieldk render rendering
ing rendering identification difficult, and
this could explain, says Yale,
charitably, why the official mis mistook
took mistook a perfectly eligible player
for one who wasn't 100 per cent
kosher, a tousrh blow, hut vai
was traditionally big about the
whole thing. Even toasted the
poor fellow, we hear, staging...
IT'S A RAT RACE. The busi
ness of making substitutions in
modern football is so mystifying
complex we are amazed that, tt
is carried off asorderly as it is.
He must assume' there is a min minimum
imum minimum of errors because the Ille Illegal
gal Illegal substitution call is quite
rare. One was railed rninc
Penn State in the closing min
utes ui me Syracuse game last
season and the boys are still de debating
bating debating its Validitv. Turning
the game movies for corrobora corroboration
tion corroboration wasn't helpful: the penn
State films triumphantly proved
the official hadvpulled 4 skull;
the Syracuse films were non noncommittal.
committal. noncommittal. They didn't show "all
22 players on the play under dis
eussion." Unlike Yale, who was
leading,. 14-7, Penn state was
trailing, 9-13. There was no fur fur-ther
ther fur-ther scoring. .,
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fifliTnScil cham-fifliTnScil yterday by Dick Deh mg mg-SSfcSanof
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A Panama Open with an in inert
ert inert a se of $2,5000 hi Vteemomy,
a gold trophy to be yarded the
winning professional, donated by
s iBrm'i inc., to be known as
th f SswiiB HSoid Cup"; 15 mon mon-eUryfprKo
eUryfprKo mon-eUryfprKo b?( distributedfi a a-monK
monK a-monK the professionals, with silv silv-Tr
Tr silv-Tr awards io be donated among
th winning amateurs by Pan A A-micin
micin A-micin World Airways .'te
and many more new and thrilling
features were announced by vem vem-inKcr
The Panama Open, with these
new innovations, will be co-spon;
Association. This was decided in
Havana, Cuba, threee months ago
when establishing the Caribbean
tournament circuit. Under tne
terms of this co-sponsorship, ac according
cording according -to Dehlinger, the Panama
Open will have the option of chooos-ing-13
to 15 of the top money-winning
professionals of the United
the United Stated Jhe prize for
the w nning protessionai
creased to $2,250 with an additional
ISUm Deing nuucu ",-J
other professional money awards.
i i iHlfi" will am
run by th. P.n.m. Golf Club
during the tournty. In this, or
$2 lucky ticket holder can w n
$2,500. The "CaleuH"' pool wHl
s'lvebr SiSdi for tb winning
amatuers willl be contributed by
amaiuers wi Airways, as
ran ftiuniw"" :.,.,,, r,
in past years. These beautiful tro tro-.
. tro-. -:n i jinto,iaH at the ra-
pmes wui oe uiav"Jv"
nama Golf Club.
While the 1957 Open Champion,
Doug Ford, as well! as Dow tins tins-terwald
terwald tins-terwald and v'Poco Pelo Bayer
have already orally stated they
would return, the Panama Open
will see many new faces as well
as many of the professsionals who
have graced the Panama Goxl
Club greens in the past.
Tht list of professionals In the
top monty winning spots has
not yot boon announced, but
J u.. kun raraivad bv Don
linger that the PGA is soliciting
tho professionals for tho Opn.
It is hopod that t'na eomplata list
will bo available for publication
tho end of this month.
Among those known to be in the
top bracket, however; are Cary
Middlecotf,,Gene LUtler- Jck.
Burke, Doug Ford, Tommy Bolt
(who recent y hit tne neauue
with' his comments on the British
during ftydcr., Cup tplay ) ; he 1956
champion, Arnold Pauner Sam Sammy
my Sammy Snead, who tied with Palmer
in the 1956 Open' and lost the play playoff,
off, playoff, and several others.
It is understood, said Dehlinger,
tharseVerjtltKer! wea,.i knowila knowila-cal
cal knowila-cal p-rdfessforfals. Including the
ever-popular Roberto De Vicenzo,
the Argentine '"star who holds the
' to Ulo innrw rernrd of 62. set in
the 1956 tourney and who won the
Open in i5z ana muii
Cerda, also irom Argentina, who
won the Open in 1955, and some of
the popular amateurs from Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, Venezuela, and the United
The additional: $2,500 award for
the Panama Open was contnourea
by Seagrams of Canada, thus put put-tina
tina put-tina the pnams Onen Ghampion-
hip right in' the middle" of some
Entry fee for the tournament
will be $10, and entries wiU be
w"i;.:-j ,i niavsrs having
, j: m onrt hplow. only.
nanumnw Vui";r...oV,t will
All Scoring in ure luul""'J"-" 'A
be done Dy memoers ui uw
tries in the tournament should be
jj "M o Nnrma" the
IU1 1USU i.u
nt..u c0nl,rv unit must DO ac
companied by the entry feee.-En-
tries wuu oe receiveu oivie
290 moh Hexl Year
LAKE 'CONISTONi Eng. (UPV-
Donald CamPDeu,,wno aei i
water speed record of 239.065
miles per hour Thursday aboard
his jet-powereu oiut-uu u, mc
tndav for an ex pec t-
ed assault against ihe 290 m.p.h.
barrier sometime nrxi ye
. v,i..ufi Mrt,i7orH uith a 4.000
pound thrust engine, skimmed a
measurea o pumuwwi v
miles) course at 260.107 m.p.h. n
the first part of tiie record-break-ing
run Thursday. Because the
boat's nose got dangerously light
at that speed, i,ampwi
down to 218.024 m.p.h. on the run-
The two-way average, wiped out
the lormer mark, also set tw
Campbell, of 225.63 over this same
a ti nlirrVifintf frnm the DO at
Campbell revealed plans to make
a try .t at tne zau !"
"sometime next yaar.v ine nexi
step,, he: said,- whould be' to, head
back to the wind tunnel to begin
preparations tor me assauw.
r .!!,. rnnl.tnn i Wofinitelv suit
,juavB wwwvw. ,
able for speeds up to, 300 m.p.D.,
CampbeU said. "But Biuebird, in
her present lorm, wiu nui w -j
. ho riiri this time. She
was designed for 250 m.p.h. and
-U. nnckoil in thtt limit.
sue W1B fWWf
CAMDEN, N. J. USTEA) Wil
lie Hartack, who got oil Jewei is
Reward in favor of Nadir in the
Belmont Futurity-and then wound
up stuck with the r.orse an ic
way to tne winners
Oarden State has another prob
Nadir has been retirea ior m
season to Bull Hancock's Clai Claiborne
borne Claiborne Farm at Paris, Ky.
rru. Xiivi1in HIITliriTV. WI11UII
,u wiio a thp world s sec-
111C UOvn wii.w
and richest rac6, comes up, nov
oo Ant ui ho -wnn iikpr in is iiiuu
ey to be wrapped in baling wire,
Hp. hesan with Mrs, aiizaoeui
Graham's Jewel's Reward, ship
n Narfir" then tfJOk Li'l Fel
is onH annnimred this Was the
.... ..o.-.niH ha wnnlH sstav on
Li'l Fella got hurt in New York's
rhamnacne Stakes, so Willie went
right back to Nadir.
AS for fimiico: we roinc m
with something." Chick Lang,
Hartack's agent, notes. "Willie
likes money you know.
ikuee I BDAnDOCK
Tho depression and a fadin?
fight career sent Jim Braddock
back to the New Jersey docks in
.vi t ttir.A Viis hnnnrv lamilv.
lu ii,u ii. a ..un- T
Only a year later, in a comeoatfc
he launched to get an occasional
"Cinderella man" by upsetting 8-1
favorite Max aaer ior ine ucov.y-
. InM jihonHriinnshtn of the world.
In 1937, in as gallant a fight as
a fighter ever maae, ne losi mc
crown by an eignt-rouna kuovrui
Whatever nappeuea io niuimj
Braddock? Today, at 51. he owns
ohin'c chanHlpr store dealing in
surplus supplies and. personally
runs the thriving business at North
I FYTRA CURRICULAR Michigan Irtltback irea Junan was, ine camera seems o snow, ia
S of mofixeVcTseKwhile dragging Georgia's Travis, Vjnesett, No. 60, so h .topped for,)
tftoe-touching drills. Actually, he was, being hit from behind for a seven-yard loss, y
How To Lose Self In Work:
Be A Pro Football Guard
each of its first five football op
.f tlnaintf tmirnament in nonenetS. yet lOSl tmee Kdiuca
CHAMPAIGN, 111. (NEA)
nois gained more yardage
J i a:'
By JIMMY BRESLIN
mitw vnpw CNF.A In New
York, there are a number of time time-honored
honored time-honored ways to get lost if some
one is after you. Riding the sub
ways during rusn nours uauauy
is thought of as best.
But Bill Austin, a Wond, out out-sized
sized out-sized young man who came to
town irom iorvaius, wie., oc.cn
years ago, has found a better
Adstin plays left guard for the
xt..., vnrtr ftiant' offensive nla-
m Tndd couiu may ieii
twu. "." ,1. -1
guard and after a coup oi weens
i jv,'t Ko vnnwn bv enough
people to get up a card game,
mucn less a paiuy. -been
playing the position for sev-
don't get to talk to many people.
Aust n has tne naraesi juu m
football. In the Giants' system,
both guards pull out m inc uue
40 per cent of -the time. One w
th; other nulls out 80 per cent
of the time.
This entails a consiaerame -mount
of runiing. When a line lineman
man lineman pulls out he must be ahead
of the back,. wheels fast.and Im Impatient
patient Impatient t6 get places. So play alt alter
er alter play, when the Giants have
the ball, Austin hops from the
huddle, gets in a fierce attacking
stance at the line, tycn wh sks
either left or right In one motion
to head the interterence.
Ronnlnj parallal with scrim scrim-mage
mage scrim-mage as Austin usually does,
many problems present uii uii-"ii...
"ii... uii-"ii... Ma tartlp mieht break
-u ,u lin. Viohinrt him. The
tackle promptly reacnea wui,
whacks Austin with a hand. The
results oftimes have been specta
Austin might be running smart smartly,
ly, smartly, heading for the linebacker or
any of his other targets, when
somebody breaks through in front
I Harry Jacunski, Yale end Coach
and for years a star in tne liauu liauu-oi
oi liauu-oi Fnnthall Leacue. sums up -the
Dartmouth squad in this way:
"Dartmouth has more oiiense
than we had at Green Bay. Bob
Blackman has more than 40 pass
plays. Actually, there are so many
that it is -nam to count mem. ic
Big Green has more than 40 varia variations
tions variations of just running off tackle. It
is an amazing ottemse. --
"Ttiov arp pmiallv adeDt on de
fense. In one quarter, they pull
more defense stunts -go into, more
alignments than most teams do
in a season.
COST OF HANDLING
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (NEA) Pur Purdue
due Purdue fumbled the football 23 times
in its first five games and lost
it 10 times.
of him. Austin's first move must
be to knock the guy down. Usually
there is no time to set himself for
any particular block, so he just
shoves into the guy. Sometimes
it i noor blocking form and in
football when you do something
wrong it otten nuns.
Tf Austin isn't nilllitl2 OUt. he
tries to move some burly tackle
out of the way ior a piay Down
the middle or drops back to form
part of a passing cup for Charley
He gets a good scrubbing from
opponents' hands at times such
as these and you havt to feel sor sorry
ry sorry for Bill because, as he wails,
"T'm nhnnt thp lishtpst lineman.
you can find. Only weigh 218 and
most tackles are 245, 250."
To tht avaraga fan, the fact
that Austin does all this work is a
surprise. To .them, a nlay consists
of a back getting the ball and
running, wnen tne game enus, me
tide tlm or-ffAlnrlf-s This is
because comparatively few peo
ple know wnat tooioaii reany is.
en tviov match thp harks who can
be partially understood, anyway.;
There are, oi courac, me, sum
who watch bnly line play and
hiuant soon a Kail carrier in five
years. These are the people who
would spot an Austin ai wor.
"There aren't many of them'
the big soft-spoken guy says. "But
this- is just like a business. You
do the job and those who are in
charge know whether it's good or
i"You do a lot of runmng. . .an
awful lot of running. And not at
your leisure, either. You got to
really get out there."
Nov. 8, Weather, overcast; wind,
none; seas, choppy.
Strlnert. 129 lh.. eaueht bv H.
Wilder, boat Seri.
143 lbs., caught by V. Adams,
129 lbs., caught by D. Foskey,
115 lbs., caught hy R. Harbour,
109 lbs., caught by J. Adams.
99 lbs., caught by Dr. F. Spahn,
n lhs.. eauaht bv Leslie Ad
ams1, boat flying-Scott.
94 lb., caught by Bill Adams,
boat Flying Scott.
92 Jh., caught oy r. uonaiong,
79 lbs., caught by u. a. wann,
50 lbs. caught by Capt. Cooper,
aboard Q56. Caught on 54 thread.
Ramarkt en the Fishlns
Mnet hnat havp TaispH marlins.
Capt Adams' 143-lb sailfish was
caught on the smallest boai ititii
tournament, twanoo). -,
Boats are coming back up, tft
fniMM inAav an ti will he Kick .in .
Balboa tomorrow evening when-..
the tournament enaa. v, ...
(Bill Eldridge fishing on tne t
"Yankee," boated a 543 lb blacky
marlin, but he was not entered in
the tournament. ,-... ,j
Bobbie King on Who Cares iad
a thrpo.l for twit hnuri
35 mins., before the line broke on
Thursday. U vt
To Lead National
Horse Show In KY
$11,500 Long Beach Open, last stop.,:,
k, tha fnurinir ant nrofesslonal n
in the West this year, got undcti
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way nere tuuajf witu o,,vi.,-f
ers teeing off on the short but tx?i
acting LaKewooa couniryi; vno
Such well-known golfing name.?
as Gene Littler, three-time -Tooth's,
nament of Champions winner: i6M
mer National Open kinLloy
Mangrum, former World chintpfcfci
on Bob Toski, Jay Hebert, B Wn-J
inger, Ed f Porky) Oliver and Billy
Casper will be among the 149 Wat-.
4 tn tee off in the- 5l-hol tvtxA
that ends Sunday.
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Festers cartages end large beach
haute. Phone Balboa 2830 Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
PHILLIPS Oeaanslde Cottagee
Santa Clare. o 1M0 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, da P, Pherte Panama
31177, Cristobal 3-H73.
FOR HINT Spaca far office.
Campania da Segure building in
Campe Alagre. Air conditioned,
lavatar. clcanorman, big apaca
far parking 26 M2. T.I 3-0136.
FOR RINT: Spacious sites for
business ar offices in recently
. contracted building, opposite the
, Ministry of Treasury. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718,
FOR RENT: Furnished room to
'responsible bachelor er lady, Pe Pe-rejil,
rejil, Pe-rejil, First street No. 7-83, up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Team Will Replace
Dior As Leader
Of Fashion House
fcARIS, Nov. 9 (UP) Jacques
Rouet, commercial director of the
Htfuse of Dior, has announced
;that "no one man but a team"
Will replace the late Christian
Dior as the bead of the fashion
establishment, the Paris daily
furore" said today...
""Publication by "Aurore" of the
: statement quashed reponts that
21-yearrOld designer Yves Saint Saint-Laurent
Laurent Saint-Laurent had been chosen to suc succeed
ceed succeed Dior, who died Oct. 24 In
Monte catinl, Italy.
V It alo made clear that the
' i,pr Fashion House would be
run, on a "collective leadership"
Basis by, the same team whic'i
vhad. worked with Dior until hisj
iA.ccording. to "Aurore" Balnt Balnt-Laurent
Laurent Balnt-Laurent will be one of the key
members of this' team. The gift gifted
ed gifted young stylist has been on the
Plor staff since 1953, when he
joined it after winning first
place in a designing contest.
. Others will be Mme. Raymonde
Zenacker, one of the late style
czar's closest collaborators Mme.
Marguerite Carre, his top-rank
. ing technical assistant, and Mme.
Mttza Bricard, who will super-
vise questions of millinery and
' LONGVIEW, Tex., Oct. n (UP)
A Longview firm has built one of
the most destructive machines ever
tt I'- n engineer's drawing
.The electric tree crusher of R.
R. LeTourneau, Inc., rips huge
trees up by the roots, siaps them to
the ground, then literally smashes
them into splinters.
; The machine, costing in excess
Of $190,000, weighs more than 280,-
000 pounds and cjn clear an acre
pf land every ,15 minute. It has
wrecked giant oaks 12 feet around
! Tha firm believe the machine
' can effectively joost economic
1 conditions and living standards in
dozens of jungle-ridden countries,
s, "It appears somewhat incongru incongruous
ous incongruous to be sending billions of dollars
in- food and clothing to people
abroad, when many of them are
- v .
: "29-28 "Peru Avenue
; Cerrama City
ATTINTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 eedrooma, hat. cold water.
Phene Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment idaal
for office or clinic, acroti Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel lots of parking ipaca.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living and diningroom,
kitchen etc. Across Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Via Eipaffa 106. Apartment
FOR RENT: I bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments in new building for 60,
65 and 70 dollars at Tivoli Cros Crossing
sing Crossing and Jose Francisco do la Os Os-sa.
sa. Os-sa. For information apply at this
address er telephone 3-5469.
FOR RENT: Nively furnished
one bedroom apartment. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. $65 monthly. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Apartment, two
bedrooms, 1 bath, modern
closets, living-diningroom, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, big kitchen, maid's quarter's
with bath, big laundryroom, hot
water, pipe, all wired, private
parking $110.00. Ave. Juan A.
Jimenez in front of Colegio Ja Javier.
vier. Javier. Huosa No. 23 apt. 2. Tel.
3-1382 or 3-1636.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments
ments apartments completely independent
one bedroom, closets, sanitary
service, living dining room,
kitchen, balcony and backyards
etc. etc. $32.00. Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedroom, living, dining
room, independent service. San
Francisco. Street 86 Este No.. 6.
Near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living, kitchen,
bathroom, balcony, garage. In
front of Panama Hotel. Tel. 3 3-5340.
5340. 3-5340. Tagged AHbacore
Give New Data
On Range Of Fish
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UP) The
catch of .two albacore(tuna) by a
commercial fisherman here has
revealed new knowledge about the
ocean movements of the sleek and
highly mobile speedsters.
The two fish were among bat batches
ches batches tagged by the California De Department
partment Department of Fish and Game.
One of the fish had been tagged
is July, 1955 and had been at li liberty"
berty" liberty" for 710 days. Department
spokesman said this fish could have
made two round-trips to Midway
Island or one long round-trip to
Japan during the time between be being
ing being tagged and bein? caught. It
also had gained 13 1-2 pounds while
free, weighing 24 1-4 when caught.
The other albacore, at liberty 306
days, was one of a group tagged
off Monterey, Calif.
hvmg on sort far richer then ours,"
said R. G. LeTourneau, vice pres pres-dent
dent pres-dent of the company.
Difficulty in the past has been
trie astronomical costs involved in
cleaning jungle and semi-jungle
that with the giant smasher mil
lions ol new acres can be quickly
and economically prepared for
pasturex tree farming, reservoirs
or food crops.
He expects the greatest v..
of the machine to be in Africa
and South America wlwre e sin sin-7
7 sin-7 elaarinj project may involv involved
ed involved 100,000 acres or more.
This is th thiivi ro i
Le Toumeau has ouilt. Of th
Otner two. onn is rinnino ih. -;u.
of;way for a j-0ad though the
jungles of Peru and the other i
being tested on tTmir., n
000-acre proving grounds at Long-
The latest machine recently
cleared some 1,500 acres of unpro unproductive
ductive unproductive scrub forest ner Carthage
lex. The land will bey used for a
reservoir to supply wrier lo Car Car-Uiage
Uiage Car-Uiage and surroutirl;nr communi communities.
ties. communities. The crusher behaves much like
a steam roller. Working its way
through a jungle, it leaves a 20 20-foot
foot 20-foot path of matted pulp and
It talces only one mn to oper-
'i.th crulh,r' the
wallop of tlx heavy crawlers.
Parched high in the cab above
the rollers, the aoeretar fserJs
power and steering with simple
The machine is 74 5 feet long, 22
feet wide and 19 tt-t hi eh Tk.
diameter of roller is nine feet and
ine rouer Dase is 49 feet.
More than 300 heavy steel cleats
extend from the rollers. The cleats
are shaped much like a conven conventional
tional conventional ax blade.
When the machine is pitted
against giant-sired (rets the front
roll-' e,i, tr.tr.i-.
i '"! ' r f
. re. ...... i- H i
'arl,.. f. m-chtne'- px-Ih.c tPCth
':dir in b a c W h kv i-pmendons
j 1 weight
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FOR SALE: 1956 Buiclc hard hardtop
top hardtop Special, excellent condition.
Low mileage, has many extras.
Can be financed. Call Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 8121.
FOR SALE-I950 Ford V-8,
two door sedan, good tires. Best
offer. Balboa 2474.
FOR SALE:, 1950 Packard 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, duty paid. $250.00. Phone
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Belvedere, two door and many
accesories. Low mileage. $2700
Phone 2-2761. Balboa C. Z.
FOR SALE: DeSoto coupe 1940
Al condition $200.00. Tel 2 2-2426.
2426. 2-2426. Balboa. ;
' iu.in n
(Across Banco Nacioral)
Gibraltar r ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel Panama Sf-0552
transports; Baxter, s a.
1 Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
155 Central Ave.
The game of chess is the
oldest of all games of pure
mental skill a game in which
chance cannot enter. One of
the first books, if not the first,
published in England was a
txok on chess printed in 1474
oy William. Caxluii. The game
a as first brought into prom prominence
inence prominence in the United States by
C) Britofiniea iunnr E.crcloeedi.
There are many more sounds
in the English languaee than
there are letters, so some
sounds must be -made by a
combination of letters ar by
associating different sounds
with a given letter. For ex example,
ample, example, the sound made by mM
tn sioct: is made in at least
19 additional ways, ia other
sords. Example are: appre appreciate,
ciate, appreciate, ocean, machine, mua mua-ach
ach mua-ach s t n e h 1 c v fuchsia,
cenario, schist, conscious,
tai-sra. extension,, sjambok,
,r. .( R'tTfeO". fi"T. ini-
"7 J ANXIOUS I
FOR SALE: American flyer
train set: two complete trais.
Many extras with plenty extra
tracks 15 15 13 Akee St. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone 2-2652 cheap.
FOR SALE: Rotary white elec electric
tric electric sewing machine; maple ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, al attachments; very
good condition. Call 2-2161
FOR SALE: Two gardner Diesel
engines, 6 cylinder, 57 brake
horsepower. Good operating
condition, low fuel consuption,
reasonably priced. Call Balboa
(2-1500) 8.00 a.m. to 3.00
FOR SALE: Special sale today
until November 30 on all our
many splendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's Ave. J. Frco. de la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Sacrificing 4-door
Dodge Custom 1956 white and
g'old with air conditioning, like
new (8200 miles), mink stole,
Fox cape, hot water heater, pil pillows,
lows, pillows, Minox camera, living room
set, curtains, paintings, golf
clubs, tire pumps, transitor ra radio,
dio, radio, rosenthal China, and miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous items. Telephone 3 3-6894.
6894. 3-6894. FOR SALE: Electric Dormeyer
Rotisserie Lewyt Vacuum Clean Cleaner.
er. Cleaner. Two electric clocks 3-7571.
FOR SALE: Piano; cub acout
suit; clothes; toys shoe skates;
Miscellaneous. 2308-B. Las Cru Cru-ces.
ces. Cru-ces. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1 steel buffet,
$12.00; 2 Venetian blinds 52"x
62", $10.00 each; 1 wrought
iron book rack, $4.00; 1 maga magazine
zine magazine etad brass, $5.00; 6 trings
Christmas tree lights, 14 lights
per string, 3.50 each; 2 wall
lamps, 2.00; 1 set ancyclopilia,
$10.00; 1 spotting scope,
$10.00. Also big assortment of
misc glass ware and other items.
1 545-A. Mango St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Nine pc. mahogany
dfining set $270.00, metal dres dresser
ser dresser $8.50, large mirror $10,00,
fiahing equipment, fifteen inch
tires. Tables $2.50, cabinets.
FOR SALE: Hotrod Cushman
powered Remington' model 521 521-T
T 521-T and Winchester model 75
target rifles 508 Curundu Htt.
FOR SALE: Crib and Mattress
25.00. Potty chair $4.00. Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous baby equipment. Tel 2 2-2426.
2426. 2-2426. Balbof.
FOR SALE: Practice piano,
old, needs tuning but it tropical tropicalized.
ized. tropicalized. 288 Gorgas Rd. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 6360.
FOR SALE: -Must leave. Fine
sewing -machine portatil, perfect
condition 40th street No. 2-66.
FOR SALE: Siamese kittens
"Sealpoint" beauties. The per perfect
fect perfect qift for someone special.
$50.00. Call 3-4679.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet,
radio, plastic interior, excellent
$1200. 25 cycle Frigidaire, $75.
Balboa 2-2305 evenings. Navy
25-2366 work days.
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip.
"Elna" portable sewinq machine
in perfect condition. 40th street
- ' If
I i 1 f TS
Jl -ft".' 1 '.i
that even today's well-regulated
society has Ita momenta of
confusion, this sijn in Astoria,
c.ieo 10 to c-is-.v jcrc.
la Oana Ave. No. 41 a FOTO DOMV Ju)o Arosemena Ave. end 33 81 FARMACIA
f fteeet FARMACIA "BAr'-Vla Porta. Ill NOVEDADEI ATH18 Beside
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washer. Phone Albrook 6222
FOR SALE: 5 pieces sectional
living room rurniture. Phoae Cut
FOR SALE: Frigidaire automa automatic
tic automatic washer, one year old. Perfect
condition. $135.00. Call Albrook
3149 Qtrs 134-A.
FOR SALE: Rattan furniture 8
pieces $70.00, good condition.
Ave, Juan A. Jimenet, chalet
No. 13. Tel. 3-1636.
FOR SALE: A. K. C register registered
ed registered -wire Fox Terrier puppies.
Phone Navy 2407.
At New York Auction
NEW" YORK (UP) The
Georges Lurcy collection of mod modern
ern modern French paintjngs, brought
$1,708,550 at auction Thursday
night, breaking all records for
painting sales in the United
Rosenberg and Stiebel, New
York art dealers, -bought a flower-blight
Renoir landscape for
$200,000,' the top price eve? paid
at an American auction for a can canvas
vas canvas of the Impressionist school.
One ;o' Gaguin's Tahitian, scenes,
bought by Greek shipping tycoon
Alex Goulandris for $180,000, ran
a close second.
Auctioneer Louis J. Marion said
the bidding was "the most spir spirited".
ited". spirited". .in his memory of 30 years
of auctions at the famed Farke-
Bernet auction galleries!
in almost every case' the sale
bids 'exceeded expert pre-sale s-
ttmats of the paintings' values
from, 5,000 dollars, to as much
as 60,000 dollars in the case of
the top-bid Renoir.
The'r-'Golden Greeks" made
up the largest bidding group. The
Kulukundnis, Goulandris 'and Cou-
mantaros shipping families openly
bought $334,500 worth and prob probably
ably probably bought other paintings
MIRROR. MIRROR Though
this wacky mirror at the Mid Mid-South
South Mid-South Fair in Memphis, Tenn.,
reflects a squat, goose-necked
image, it doesn't bother Shirley
Ray Atkinson, 20. She knows
all would agree that this pres presentation
entation presentation stretches truth a little.
T-v C0NNECTI0N? C0NNECTI0N?-ahab
ahab C0NNECTI0N?-ahab Khan, leader of the
Pakistan delegation to the 6th
in I v-r(n,' lists F'-; --
:.v. l .ani oi:iiiisiaedor:
; the conference. g 'j
. DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
GHOSTLY VISIT -j- A military
surprise as the ''Green Ghosts
Present Scroll To Commanding Officers
The famed "Green Ghosts of
the 1 Jungle reappeared at Fort
Kobbe Hallowe'en eve to haunt
locaj residents and f present, a
scroll to the commander of the
20th Infantry, Col. Robert W.. Gar-rett-.
The" ihosts were 1 : 'iven their
name lor all eternity 'by news newspaper
paper newspaper corpespondents covering, the
Spanish-American War. When the
men of the 20th "Infantry, 'under
the command of Col. William S.
MCCaskey, stormed the Spanish
works at Santiago. Duba. it look
ed, a newspaperman said, as if
Speech Clinic For Retarded Children
Sets Pace For New Program In States
By VIVIAN SANDE
NEW YORK (UP) Silence
isn't always golden. ;
In a Small room of a New York
hospital clinic, a little boy looks
at a. picture mounted j(m a piece
of cardboard. A pretty girl asks
him what that picture shows, and
he opens his lips and '.; tries to
speak the word "apple.".'
Yesterday, young Tommy said
the word "kitten," and it was a
triumph. But today, the sound
that' comes from his lips is gar gar-hied
hied gar-hied and unrecognizable, little
more than a. grunt. The grey-eyed
girl takes his hand gently.: and
blows on if so he can feel, her
breath as she says the word.
Then she puts "Tommy's hand in
front of his mouth, and Tommy
tries again. This time...falteringly
...the word comes out. Tommy
has said "apple," and he laughs
out loud, and says the word
This laborious procedure Is part
of months, sometimes years of
training that many boys and girls
go through when they dp not learn
to speak as other Children do.
"Every Case Dramatic"
Across the corridor, dark-haired
Doris Trepel Leherfeld, head of
tne nrst soeecn ciimc tor meniauy
retarded children in New: .York,
looks through a file of ease his histories
tories histories and says "every speech
case ia a dramatic ease."
. The cline ooeued in September
1950 af tj' Flo.wer Fifth-Avenue
llosoital. It was the first v of : its
kind Irr New YorK. and' has' grown
in size; and techniques and served
aV a -' guide r r simHar clinics
throughoot the country." V 3
Sorms.;t,ooo ehrldreni with speech
problems have been diagnosed at
the ehnie, and about 500 have ra ra-ee'ved
ee'ved ra-ee'ved therapy. -. ""'.,' -Jilt
after a year or tW of work
the. instructors caa teach a child
f.a even a few sanleces. they
feel they have aef.ouplihedf ont
of the most important things to
tha ehiid't lifa.. t 'f ;
Viettm W Pali
' ''Speech" and lanfaaira -are? the
basic means of communicaUon,"
said Dr. Leberfeld. "We would not
be able to get along in the world
as well m the next fellow Hnless
w-r-v'd tk." "-.
aVe'r-Sw tnows'-'isl'it tnc to i"
(drive for- normalcy oncer a nan nan-dicao'theiifh
dicao'theiifh nan-dicao'theiifh she never had any
trouble with her own power ever
Spanish made easy with Mrs. Ro Ro-,
, Ro-, mere's practical conversational
system. Classes day '.and night. -4th
of July Ave. Tl-352 No. 10.
I .Across from Quarry Heights.
( fOK SALE: Cottage at Gorgo
lna beach, far retirement ar vaca-
rioii.'. Fully furnished, including
gas stove, refrigerator, electri electricity,
city, electricity, fhone Bjlbaa.4474.
-.'', -.-'' .;..,..- -V."..
ipoliceman on duly at the Fort Kobbe main gate Is' taken 'by
ot the Jungle? invade the home of the 20th Infantry The
Of Jungle Haunt Ft Kobbe;
they had risen Jike "'Green Ghosts
of the Jungle." -
Their first knnwn visit in thb in.
tervening 58 years began over a
wee ago wnenmey were spot spotted
ted spotted -at 3?ort Clayton, r
JtePOrtS' from various narts T
tha Isthmus kept-drifting in.- A
woman in voioa reportea they had
eaten some, of her, mangoes. In
sometlocalitiea panic spread, and
it, was reniinisceat of the Orson
Welles-spOris'ored invasion by the
men from Mars many years ago.
Alarmists wanted to attnihut
the ghosts' appearance to the Rus Russian
sian Russian satellites.
words. She was a victim of a bad
case of polio when she' was five.
It kept her bedridden for a year,
and left her with one immnhilWorl
Now Dr. Leberfeld combines
teaching speech at Hunter Col College
lege College with her work' at .the clinic.
.She aHviSA mttfhore' in tA,f
' j Diaii
talking to their babies as soon as
nicy urmg mem nome irom the
hospital (no baby talk, please),
aui eveiuuaiiy, sne says, the
child will do some talking himself.
However, she said, ,if child of
CETTiNG AN EARLY iSTART-Krister Gidlund, U, seemi f
to be quite pleased wrth the unusual position he enjoys at tha
Blackberg Secondary School in- Stockholm, Sweden. He'i the
only boy in .his class. Krister, who- plans to become a diplomat f
when he grows up; will probably bare an. opportunity ta ntilize
Ulents when dealing With 30 girl classmates
3-minuta ; cat was) 'f t. Waani''
cleaning of motor $3, waxing af '."
(art $6.!" Auto-Bano, Trans-lstk-
: mian Highway near Sears. i a;
Tha best diunarf and idj-inkg
era served in pur modern $be
cenaiHonao eafeterla. grill 'andV
bar Hons' Intamaclonal PPW-''
ia S. da Meyp. SvV: V
FREE-t-teiavlsien )-Pick-es) an(f
delivery service during tha month '.'
of November. -Phone U. S, Tele--
vision, Panama vJ-7607 for as
service- w ( s r i1
They scared a few children but
after all, you cant blame ghosti
for exercisins? !! that' w
They even went so far. as to pre
acjn uk scrqji ip oionei tiarrett.
The scroll carried the rgreen-ink-
ea mscriptiom "Members of th
20th Infantrv. thifi rlsv1 f i.w
year we, your Green Ghosts sal
ute you." .;
k few skeptici said they thought
they Were inst nrpspnt-riat, mom.
bers of the regiment impersonat impersonating
ing impersonating ghosts. Those people had bet better
ter better hope they don't run into tha
green ghosts next war Tt
pay to be skeptical about ghosts.
3 mdnths haj .not used,, some
words his parents should, seek the
help of a, speech therapists
"We .cannot always cure a
child's speech defects entirely, '.
but our -measure of success with
improvement is greater thai we
dared hope in the. beginning" said
the teacher of talk, 5
. She added, "and we doknow
that the longer speech therapy is
delayed, the harder it is to teach
the child to speak...and the longer
the child has to live in a world
he can't communicate with,"
ZST j HI
k 1 ri
Tmr SIWDAT AMERICAN
teUNDAT, NOVEMBER 10, 195T
Ws All Done With Tables
.,1 .ill ..III
. fsf w p 1
j i p
6 tauer Saic
avvahnin toribto is shown with his mother on a recent
visif to.Gqrgas 'Hospital; 0!i?.. SWttS
arnw.4, Mecucac treatment a.u i uhui. mus .y.'r
Will You Help Buy Arms
For A. Little Lost Boy?
wviof nhiiiM ha n little Canal
Zone boy born without arms? Not
much unless money can be found
to heln him. Not much unless you
contribute to the Canal Zone torn
m;t Li A tn' Phvsirallv Hand
icapped Persons through the Unit
eu x una. ,
Gregorio is threa years old. He
was born witn stumps niaicau
arm Hia fatheplis a local rate
r,o fanal wmDlovej whose
entire annual income would not be
sufficient to pay for the surgery
and artificial limhs this child will
: i j : n 4Ua iinirt tn pfrm p.
Grecono lives wim nis lanmy i
Gamboa, and since ne.nw uey
known any different kind of life,
u. ti tiiof hi ..mother' has to
feed him,: .clothe, him ,and attend
to his toilet needs, does not both bother
er bother him. put, as he grows older me
ill 't.I m a hifferont asDect.
u n,;u nht tip able to attend school
and learn, to be ,1 useful citizen.
without arms. ,He1 will be an out
a n af
The doctors at Gorgas Hospital
who lav been taking care of the
boy,, have worked out a plan to
prevent this catastrophe. The plan
wniilH include Greeorio's being
taken to the States to be fitted with.
upper exiremny prusuiesc, auuic auuic-thing,
thing, auuic-thing, which cannot b done here.
Surgery may De requirea, inu, uie
w chnnlH' h sent tn an amDutee
center where the combined efforts
of the orthopedists, iimo maicer
and physiotherapist are available
as a team. Four to si?t months at
this center "with fares back and
tnrth uinnifl rnxt an estimated $5.
000. Thereafter the cost of replace replacement
ment replacement of the limbs as the child
at as the limbs wear out
wnnM h relatively small. The
doctors are hoping that this year
thov win he a We to earmark $2,000
from the $7,000 they are asking
from the United Fund as" a down
navment nn Greeorio's future.
Ti.rBiic Grecnrio is iust one of
the oatients who need financial
One traCic case is a quadriplegic
requiring continuous hospitaliza hospitaliza-tinn
tinn hospitaliza-tinn This nxtient hsu, five chil-
dren, and all but 5 of lus monthly
ly disability retirement goes to pay
for his hospital expenses. K United
Fund money could oe spent 10 py
his hospital bills, hjs children could
Another patient is the daughter
of a local-rate employe, a bright
girl, who was attending the U U-niversity.
niversity. U-niversity. of California when she
was struck down' by Guillian-Darf e
disease, whicn is similar to polio poliomyelitis
myelitis poliomyelitis except that it has an ad additional
ditional additional functional loss of sensa sensation
tion sensation as well as loss of muscle
funetion. She needs braces,
crutches and a wheel cnair m ner
Wheel chairs are needed by
mmv natients. esDeciallv those
who have had anioutations be
cause of diabetic tangrene. The
remaining, leg has vascular de deficit
ficit deficit rand the additional burden with
eriitohes. will often cause the sec
ond leg to be lost to gangrene.-
Wheel chairs Help tnese patients
and help their families who are
caring for them.
A child hnrn with a Severn club
foot needs constant orthopedic
psr until he ie fii f ffrfiwn. some
narent ran afford this care. Some
can't. In the canal zqnc, mere is
no oiner program' w neip pay ior
the special shoes and braces which
are often required.
The cost of an artificial limb
may keep a grown man from re
iiiTri!nrf 4 til a irtVt Cotrdfol ine,
hnnnc rtt ihie -fa lea nnnnArnV llOVA
oassed through the hospital clinics
in me pasu
PahfiKilif atinn r-f tho hand.
icapped is painstaking, patient
work. It is the salvaging of human
lives, une committee ior aiq to tne
Physically Handicapped Persons
i aclrfnff 47 000 from 4he United
Fund to neip tnem in tms worK.
1 By BETTY VANCE
" Hav you ever thought of "shopping" for a new figure? I've come thousands
of air miles from rSarasota, Florida, to tell you how you do it.
' Opening in Panama City Friday afternoon (with a formal Inauguration and
ribbflfi-cutting- ceremony) was the first Stauffer Salon in this country. Stauffers
- specialize in figure improvement through passive exercise and it's all done with
. -tablesi very clever mechanized tables which do your exercises for you. Controlled
exercise in a pleasant method that will help you correct faulty posture, sway-back,-hunched
shoulders, all of your disfigures. The bedlike machines (no dis dis-roblng
roblng dis-roblng necessary) do the work for you (supervised by saJon experts) and you
literally just lie thera getting the figure of your dreams.
-.Having 'this figure-is more than a matter of weight. If your clothes aren't
hanging properly if your skirts hike up if your back is curved and you
can't wear backless gowns, it may be that your posture is to blame. Maybe
you've beeri slumping for a long time, it's possible you've been promising yourself
to "have some will power" and stand up straight. Just plain will power won't
do it. You need exercise not push-ups -r- but Stauffer-supervised exercise on
these specially designed machines that gently curve your figure and correct
your posture fauls.
what is the beautiful outcome
you can expect? A reproportion-
ing and reaistriDution into uuneu uuneu-sions
sions uuneu-sions most flattering for you, the
figure you should have. How do
you' know what figure is right for
your rjrsi, you cau me tjiaui tjiaui-fer
fer tjiaui-fer Salon and ask for a courtesy
treatment. The receptionist wOl
make an appointment ior you ana
when you come into the salon,
your measurements are taken and
the Stauffer expert and you agreee
on how you want to change your
shape, what parts 01 your nsure
need to be changed and by JiQW
many inches. Then you find out
how many fifty-minute treatments
are necessary to guarantee you
this figure you want, This is with with-out
out with-out any charge.
For the definitely overweight,
stauffer sensibly and honestly sug
gests, cooperation with the ma-
cmnes Dy asiums uic iu w
low a two-week-easy-to-follow diet.
Tha calnn in Panama Citv in E-
dificio Campo Alegre, is charming,
air conditionea ana aecoraieu ui
soft colors planned for your com complete
plete complete relaxation. Selected music
will add to your enjoyment of your
Stauffer treatments which, inci incidentally,
dentally, incidentally, are in complete privacy
in little booths. The overall of the
Stauffer plan is to give you what
you want in the way of a new fig figure,
ure, figure, One you'll be proud, of and
not have to apologize for to your yourself
self yourself or ypur friends. At the salon,
the most -important customer is
you and their entire time is de devoted
voted devoted to thinking about you while
the machines gently remold your
Stauffer methods are copied but
never duplicated and if you decide
Befty Vane is Woman's Editor
for The News, Sarosoti, Fla. Htr
work hat won her 21 national and
state awards for coverage of news
for women. Sh is mentioned in
Who's Who In American Women
and has been named. Florida's
Warn an of Distinction. She has
three sons' and a daughter, and re
gards her writing as a hobby rath rather
er rather than a career. She is visiting
Panama ta assist in the inaugura
tion of th new Stauffer Salon in
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tBy toSl IIUBIE LAWRENC:..
When I waa a fchildl i Wan a
friend named Ina whose father's
ill health made it hard for him to
keep i job. The struggle, to make
ends meet had turned her mother,
into iverjr anxious woman. 1
One day, invited to supper- arT
rived to find. Ina and her mother
in tears. Her father had lost' an another
other another job. But Jna's mother shook
her bead whea I, -offered to go
borne "No? she said nervously,
'we've got :toT behave las though
nothing bad had Jiappened. ; Re Remember,
member, Remember, not' a word joS wbatJ've
told you to Father. It would only
make thing much' 'mUcbr worse."
I leit suciivsympauiyj t-neariy
But at supper wben there eame
little lull In the onverSItjbfl. I
said to. Jus's father, -tt, Mr. MiW
ler, i in m aorry you vm. your joo
again.'. : : : '.'
Thea,; of -course, J ."wanted the
rtK t damn, and swallow me. I
was not being defiant I was Just
neing so acarea or saymg uia ior ior-hidden
hidden ior-hidden thins that I went ahead and
said -its -w-yi ,A V"-'
I recall fhbs,eineiienc for a
mother -hn critc 'M mother.
11-yorfrd daughter' habit of say-
inf prop oeaa, inougn i va re
peatedly asked ner to watch hsr
tongue when ner grandmother's
here. ah defiM me Kh aem tn
go out of her way to use the phrase
more- oiien wnea ner irinunoia-
era arouna. .. r-.-j:. 1
m fnrfaid ohiertionlhle err.rec-
nn in children the more act
they are to go on using them
Like Ina's mother, we can make
such, a point. tf the words' offen-i
siveness that the child takes on our
Tkniiirh e esin't afford to COn
done objectionable- expressipna
frnm ehiMren. neither fan ml- af
ford fear of them For the intense
i-nmmTirW diet and healthful
snacks during each day, rest as
much as possible to add weight. H
you are continually active, you are
burning up more calories man
when inactive. Relax as much as
possible and conserve energy,
. """ i
Clean hair is a good start to toward
ward toward pretty hair. To keep it clean,
thoueh anvthine that comes in
enntaet with it must he washed
frequently. This includes scarves,
hair brushes and combs. Even
hats need cleaning.
Sometimes slipping an old ny-
ium war oi.ieiu uic umi sometimes supping an uiu un unfeeling
feeling unfeeling behind our anxious reproof ion over a hair brush will keep a
m aVa the nffencive wnrita sn im.li u -i lint ttin Krush
nressfve' that : the child can't Set
Jtljem out of his head.
Then. like myseu or mis 11 -year-old
youngster around her critical
grandma, when he finds himself
in a strained situation, the forbid forbidden
den forbidden words may rush from his head
to his tongue
Which is why child guidance
experts ask us not to make-big,
hocked broductions of reorttvine
youngsters' offehsive language,
fear tA them Then the werda nitl
tivtmt tvrantc. tiklnff Bver ron-TV
-ijuick lunches -eaten at the corn corner
er corner counters' may tie your- stomach
in knots. -Clattering dishes- and
noisy banter of other diners1 is a
nervous-strain, although most peo people
ple people don't realixeritat first Try
to find- quiet place to lunch and
take your time eating. Yoa will
feel more, relaxed and look.lt,
: SVirminff meila is an W vnaouhil
i tn diet. It is better to eat reff-
nlir, well balanced' meala than
to avoid lunch or dinner and stuff
yourself on fattening foods in be between.
tween. between. Persons wbo make a habit
of missing meals may soon won wonder
der wonder why tbey aren't feeling up to
flair that has lost its luster mav
not be traced to the wrong sham shampoo.
poo. shampoo. It may be accompanied by a
rough' skin and a more tired-than
usual feeling., If this is true; check
to sec if yoa are eating properly
a la.: tn
ana geiung wuickdi iw
iuh wwa. -
brush clean longer. But the brush
still needs its regular Datn. warm
uiu curie ncuallv will do the trick.
rwasinnatlv. a water solution with
aromatic spirits of ammonia is
needed. After washing, air and dry
the brush before using it again.
pilliiil 1 1 m Ipplppl Jiy l
mmmmfimm fill ill:lilp; 'rmilmm
lii mil WKKJm mxxm
4 : ? r .7. I
r.RJRN RAY Wis. fNEA)
Thousands of school children can
now get a first-class early intro introduction
duction introduction to the air age because 'a
Catholic nun decided to take fly
That's why Sister Mary Aqumas
is so proud of being nicknamed
"The Flying Nun."
The Franciscan Sister of Chari Charity
ty Charity 'from Green iBay holds the un unusual
usual unusual distinction among nuns of
being a licensed pilot and an .ex .expert
pert .expert in aeronautical science.
She has framed this extensive
Unnwlerlee into a new Air Age
Smonre Prnpram now being
taught in Catholic grade schools
thrnnohniit the nation, ine ot-
vAar n d nun uses a series oi
mnrVchnn nflHects to teach an
estimated half million pupils the
sons and received a private flying; flying;-license.
license. flying;-license. ;
"I always tell people that I did
not learn flying to be a glamor
girl or to have a career in flying,
since that is not consistent' with
mv life's work." she exnains. "Mt
flying was all background for
teaching. While the manager. qf
a local airport, conducted the d-
tual-flying "lessons Sister Mary
taught theory, of flight and atrcrfU
When news of her clas&es reach
ed Washington, she was invited
the nation's capital a an intrlftp
tor for the- Civil Aerpnautics. Ad'
ministration. She taught CAA
courses in maintenance, naviga
tion, meteorology and communieae
tions. ; ..
Plans for her Air Ag Scienoe,
wonders of aviation. The use of Program started soon, affer 9
war enaea -ne course s sucoesa
prompted the Air Fore Asso'cfi!
tion this year 'to award.he n vCi
tation ot Honor tot "contriquuons
. j i; ,,
to air age education,
this sDerial teachinc technique
stems from her conviction that
you learn best by doing.
"1 BELIKVE that Deoole must
o,,nht hasie skills m everv sub-
ject on the curriculum, she says.
"Teaching and doing must De com combined
bined combined at all times in the process
of education, so that true learn
And her enthusiasm to practice
what she preaches holds the key
to her nationally recognized suc success
cess success as an educator. It also ex explains
plains explains why she learned to fly.
During World War II, sister
Mary decided it was important to
tearh suhiects that would heln her
jpupils when they entered I; the
armed forces. She added naviga navigation
tion navigation to the high school, curriculum
and used her wide OacKgrouna in
science and mathematics to teach
Then she introduced a sixweek
course in radio. Tinkering witn
equipment in a downtown radio
shnn nrnvided her with enough
know-how to be the instructor. La
ter she attended classes at a aignaj
Corps training center and stretch
ed her radio course to last tun
WHEN THE WAR started to
.r..a in..a..n aHoiiiinn nn air snnal friend. C
lULUa mv.1 i-aau .uviuiuii i --
power, Sister Mary took flying les- ami businessman.
VISITING NEW SALON Mrs. Lolita Mufioz de Velasquez (right), chats with- Mrs. Doris
Duffy manager of the new Stauffer salon at campo Alegre.
to be the guest of Mrs. Thomas
Dnrfee who owns tne salon (and we
hope you come in and visit, see
for yourself; shi'll be happy to in introduce
troduce introduce you toHhe "new you'
that you can bef its something to
Maybe you're wondering What
these exercise machines 'are like
what they do? Machine One puts
you in a stretch position, mas massages
sages massages your shoulders; : Machine
Two exercises your nn jntuui
Three and Four repeat these exer
cises in a little variation; maciuue
Five is a leg, thigh and bin exer exercise
cise exercise machine and Machine Six is
a gentle all-over massage that is
especially designed to help your
circulation which has a lot to do
with your health, reducing and
the re shaping of your figure.
Don't make excuses for needing
ho stauffer Salon treatments
when you do you'lll be joining worn'
en all over the1 world who care
how they look. Staufffer patrons in
clude fashion models young
mothers who want to "get their
figures back" career women who
must make a good appearance and
who know that taking care of the
figure is just' as important as a
trip to the beauty salon middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged women who don't want their
figures to tell their age and young
girls who haven't beeen able to
outgrow' their "'baby fat".
A .... ..A. mmnfArifttf Ulhir l' IWtDl.
nainVMn mm iM mm a Hnwii tn
Panama City just to write this
story mere s a gooa reason.
Tike a mail off Tmir feet if vou
At Last-Instant Healing Action for.
Cracked, Chapped k bore Hands!,
T, imW- TIM
- BY Ny
don't believe everything I read in
the newspapers or magazines so
when I heard and read about the
Stauifer System J decided to find
out for myself and then write my
impressions. So I did. The story
was one of the easiest I have ever
written because I found out that
Stauffer keeps its promise to you.
I couldn't resist coming down Jo
delightful Panama to tell you how
many happy hours are in your fu future
ture future when you join women like
myself who want compliments for
their figures without working to
The little black dinner dress; in
lace is a s o u n d 1 investment;.
Straight' and 'narrow, ft may hjlVe
a tiered skirt' for a romantic
look. With it, black satin bag and
slippers.: ; ' ' "',(!
Lace,' imported or domestic," Js
lavished en' gowhs and' peigrtifrs
this11 Sea'soifi Frequently ai '"all-
lak. ?rtof ernAiV S'-'li ." chnwn w t'f 'llf'
a u v. vj a auvii ia aiiunu
that has' lace
MIAMI (UP) Vice President
Richard M. Nixon has, arrived, in
Miami for a week-long; seclude'd
vacation. The vice president vffio
slipped into town Wednesday, was1
spotted dining at several restau restaurants
rants restaurants Thursday. He is staying
his aDartment at Ihe exclusive
Key Biscayne Hotel vith a per
sonal friend, C. G. Rebozo, a M
' Exclusive Distributor
ditwsi ipu thisid.
Try It tonJglit after Dinner
you will like it;
fine) delicious Refreshing
ondvery DIGESTIVE DRINK
DistriBntors: CIA CYRN0S, S. A.
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woodwork, furniturpr walls
In two Sosjj-to-use
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Here's room beauty you can hove
mm . -- J
so quickly . enjoy for so incny years
Cophire the exciHng- ?
magic of pleasing wall colors with
easy-to-use SPRE0 SATIN. Use new
SPRED LUSTRE enamet matching or -;'
harmonious colors on woodwork. '.
This combination of beautiful fin fin-iches
iches fin-iches gives unexcelled charm and
style to any room. Both finishes are.
guaranteed 'washable I
6LIDDEN Panama!, s. a.
fE0. F. N0VEY Inc. ; ; ;
MATERIALES DE C0NSTRUCC1ON, S. A. (Colon)
ARIAS & CU (David)
it '- I
trol of hii tongue i
want to gain weight. Besides a re-
Oklahoma ... 39
Cornell ..... 13
Illinois 20 Penn ....... 33
Vm. and Mary 7
Mich. State V;.34
Notre Dame . 6
Michigan .... 19 Yale ;y. v. . 20
N. C.State,., 6
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Season Ahead Sav Trave Aaents
i & im.ai in ti. ii ii iia n .111 11 1
Sftiii&S by HELEN REILLY
THF TORY Sarah Casement now remembers where
Ke had seen Grant Melville, the painter whose death
might have been murder instead of an accident. He had
been living in the house next to her AunttSrace on Cape
Cod the previous summer.
The sound had come from .in .inside
side .inside the house. It was like the
impact of a huge fist. The walls
; skook. The two women looked
'at each other, white-faced. They
were both terrified. Their terror
was instincitive, unreasoning, but
Carlotta was the first to re recover.
cover. recover. She jumped to her feet.
"The front door," she exclaimed.
Sarah followed Cariotta across
tht bedroom to the tiny entrance
i hall. The door there was swi fl fling
ing fling on its hinges.
Carlotta shut it, working with
th. lock until it caught. "We had
a party last week and I sent Tim
, Breck over to borrow Grace's big
i punch bowl. He must have left
th door unlatched when he went
out." ... I
Sarah was looking up me sieep
flight of steps painted blue and
confined by off -whit 3 walls that
Lur hunt! with etching of Lon-
'don during the blitz. There was
nothing in sight, notnmg aiauim.K,
no sound... and yet she felt, it,
irolv und definetely. A presence.
(Someone or something near. Some-
f . ... t VTAnsl t Via
thing mat was jusi ucju
reach of her eyes and ears.
And thpn whatever it was with-
f Jrw Tf there had been anything.
t (Before Carlotta left she insisted
km going upstairs and looking
through the bedrooms. There was,
of course, no one there and no
thing out of order, it was auer
she had gone that Sarah discov discovered
ered discovered what was missing from her
bedroom. It was the white blan blanket
ket blanket striped with black, a lovely
angora throw Grace had picked
up in Scotland. It always lay in
a neat roll at the bottom of the
bed. It wasn't there now.
The angora throw wasn't in the
pink room either.
Turning away from the shelves
with an armful of sheets, Sarah
stopped moving. The window in
the west wall was partly obscur
ed by vines. Above the vines a
dark shape was silhouetted againt
the -last of the light. The dark
shape was a man. The man was
crouched forward, peering into the
tiny1 room. His face was unrecog
nizable, a pale, featureless Diur.
Sarah's month went dry. Ev Everything
erything Everything at once fell into place.
The man was vagrant. He h a d
been living in the house, sitting
in the chairs( moving them around,
Wlten she and Carlotta came in
wtfjjdut warning "he had hidden
upstairs, then he had made his
escape by way of the front door,
leaving it unlatched behind him.
That was why it had hanged. He
was the one wno naa taKen ine an angora
gora angora throw. There was something
mPgn, threatening, about his
croached figure. He might be a
criminal, hiding out in an empty
house, might be covering her with
a gun. ..There was nothing between
them but a frail barrier of glass...
The man stood up straight. He
raf$ed a hand. Sarah drew a long
shaky breath and collapsed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the shelves, weak with asto astonishment.
nishment. astonishment. The man was Tom Gil Gillespie.
lespie. Gillespie. Tfcey met on the terrace out outside'
side' outside' the ping-pong room at the
balk of the house.
"What are you doing in Corn Cornwall?''
wall?'' Cornwall?'' Sarah demanded.
jtyhist what I was about to ask
you" Tom Gillespie said.
ite looked different in a plaid
sHlrt open at the throat, a strong
piiiar-hke throat, and corduroys
stuffed into hunting boots. There
was. no recognition ins his voice
or -manner of that kiss he had
given her the night before.
It was cold -out and thev went
inside and he told her about it
over highballs in front of the
living-room fire. He said that after
he left Sarah the night before he
and Mrs. Melville had had a talk
over the phone and Mrs. Melville
had suggested tne trip urani mei mei-ville
ville mei-ville had a cottage Up- in ..the hills
to which lie had. been coming for
years to? paint, and she thought
it might' be V good starting place.
He. had a .lot of friends and ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance here, including his
first wife, who had also married
again a Mrs. Satterlet.
"Oh?" Sarah said. "J know the
Satterlees,. at least I've met them
about. Pleasant people-they have
an art school up ;he road. The're
only here in the summer, they run
another school somewhere on the
Keys in vinter."
Tom Gillespie naa nown lp
Boston that morning' and then
across the bay to Provincetown,
where he had hired a car which
expalined his early arrival.
TOM GILLESPIE liked jt, these
old places are delightful mind if
I look around?"
She wasn't going to have a
solitary evening, and he did not
have a chance to do more than
saunter into her bedroom and
admire the fireplace Pre-Revolu-tionary
brick you've got here"-
and the panelin "this is the real
MpCov" .when there was a rap on
the kitchen door and Steven task
No man could move as Tast or
sit as still ro Tenalse into thought
mnrp deenlv than Steven. What-
i..' I -JiA' ikrtMniiHUIu. and
ever um tie u muiuusuij
"Sarah'- He gave her a hug,
kissed the tip of her nose, put
his hands on. her shoulders and
held her off.-a smile of pleasure
on his face; Wide forehead) com
manding nose, a massive jaw and
chin he always marie her think
of what one of the better Roman
emperors would have been like.
STEVE had come to take Sa
rah over for dinner and he asked
Gillesoie to join them later.
The house seemed coriously stiill
when they 're gone. The thought
of the endless empty rooms was
dismaying. ..Sarah lumped ana
droDDed her listick when the kit
chen door opened. It was-Tom, Gil
lespie. He had torgetten nis snot-gun.
What Tom GUespie had reauy
come back for was to warn her.
At the high lattice gate, with his
hand on the latch, she said quiet
lv. "You came ud here to find out
all you could about Grant Mel
ville. The only way you can find
out is by asking questions. My
dvice is don't. If here was some
thing phony about Melville's death
if the fellow who bumped him
off could be here."
She said all right, looking up
at him. He was looking downat
ler. And the moment was there
between, them, a moment that
lad nothing to do withh the late
Grant Melville. Last night when
he bent, and kissed her he had
been aloof, grave, almost detach detached.
ed. detached. He wasn't now. Neither was
she. Nothing like this had ever
happened to her before.
The vividness- and intensity of
the moment, their awareness of
each other so sharp as to touch
the edge of pain, was broken in
on abruptly. Someone was com
ing "along the road humming a
It was Florrie Brown, a friend
of Carlotta's who lived up the
road and whose husband worked
under Steven at the Coe and
Brsfd ord plant in South Cornwa 1.
"Sarah Casement!" she ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed vivaciously, tossing her
iong blonde bob over her shoul shoulders
ders shoulders and smiling her wide, flash flashing
ing flashing smile. "I heard you were here.
It's all around town you, know
this town. You can't, turn over in
bed without everybody knowing
it." She laughed her contempt and
dislike of Cornwall aloud.
Fiorrie would have been a verv
pretty girl except for a alight cast
in one eye. She wasn't morer" than
19 and she was noisy and brash.
She and her husband were a
couple of crazy kids who enliven
ed the neighborhood by their cont
"I know all about you too. Mr.
Gillespie. You're writing a lue
of Grantie, aren't youp Ha if
people only knew the old footsie
player! Butter wouldn't melt in
his mouth when that cow of a
wi e of jiis was around, oh, nor
nut i could ten you plenty aDout
mm. lioing to Carlotta's tonight?"
THEY both siad they" were and
then Florrie and Tom went on
together and Sarah closed the
gate and started up the driveway.
She crossed the flood-lit grass a a-bove,
bove, a-bove, noting abstractedly that the
roses badly needed pruning thev
were a wilderness almost obscur-
ring the four front windows and
the front door. The vines were in
disorder. Sarah moved closer, stood
still, and stared down.
Tom Giliesnie had drivon Hip
afternoon out of her head; it
came back with a rush. Someone
or something had come through
me vines irom msiae the house,
half a dozen long thornv stream
ers trailed outward on the grass,
aim mere were crusnea leaves and
breaks in the stems where the
vines had been torn roughly aside.
Carlotta had said that some man
or other had come over to borrow
Grace's punch bowl 10 days ago
and had probably forgotten to
close the door firmly behind him.
These breaks looked fresh.
, A booming" tourist season ft predicted for Panama this year.
- Or at leas that is the opinion of most of the local travel
and tour' agents handling traffic from foreign shores.
"This season should exceed any other prior to the War,"
said Charles Smith of the Persons Travel Agency today.
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4 "jn.r mtk
SOME SUB With the Stars and Stripes flying from its tterb,
this somewhat odd-looking submarine taking part in, operation
"Deep Sea" surfaces in the Dardanelles. Crewmen topside on
the sub watch a landina craft returning from the coast of
O Canakkale, opposite the Gallipoll peninsula in Turkey. The
' landing craft, as well as helicopters, which presumably landed
: "on What appears to be the sub's flight deck, carried VS. Ma Ma-lines
lines Ma-lines ashore to aid Greek and Turkish troops already "engaged
. la simulated combat. HATO forces are engaged ia mock.
bikww wanar. .
When she went in she turned
on all the lights, made surp that
the bolts leading to the little en
trance nail and the stairs were
in place, and dressed in a hurry
She buckled her belt as she went
through the little pine grove,
snapped on her earrings as she"
muvea aiong tne Tasks' porch.
She had intended to tell Steven
ana canota about the broken
vines ana ner conviction that
there had been someone in the
stone house that afternoon, but
they weren't alone. Two other
coupies were dining with them,
mi ana Mrs. satterlee were al-
iH. woman who had been
in civ me s iirsi wire was
somnolently handsonr? and hag hag-grad
grad hag-grad in jeans and a red pullover
She was helping Carlotta set the
table. She gave Sarah a casual
greeting, recalled meeting her in
Felix Satterlee was more cere-
m ODIOUS. Hp was q tali t u
, van, ii CSI1
uea man m his early sixties
on-gray nair and a pleas
ant manner. He lrt th. ..i.j
dressing he was concocting to
come and shake hands with her
u hsk aoout urace.
Steven was Stirling snmpthina
in a biff not on th ctn it .....
his paella. He made her taste it.
watching her anxiously.
During dinner at tho la
ered, candlelit table the talk
ranged idly.There had been an another
other another spy scare at the Coast
uuaru siation. A Dprfprt v innn
cent man had been arrested
iw uuiL-iai5 out mere are
fools," Satterlee said disgustedly.
ic uijiiui iu-iibuuv. i ni nrnpr
siae Knows all about what goes
on, all there is to know, but if the
people here ask a simple question
the're slapped behind bars. Most
os this security stuff is as ridu ridu-culous
culous ridu-culous as it is naive."
Steven didn t agree.
j j riwitfWWniTff I 111 i 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 1 i ri 1 1 i f r mj ii n mw na mfflTrw-ftiVM fi rnni rT -mii- in ri i- it n ri -n-.-1 rri Itrf -rr r- n raw- nn n n imf--ir imr
ON her MAIDEN voyage,, the ; brand-new, 20,000-ton Arosa
Sky is arriving here In January as first. of-the Swiss Line
ships ;to come to Panama, panama Agencies are handling ner.
(TO BE CONTINUED
On Mid Wesl Plains
COLBY, Kan. (UP) An orga organization
nization organization including such celebrities
as Lawrence Welk and former Sen.
Edwin Johnson of Colorado is busi busily
ly busily promoting the. memory of the
sod house of pioneer days.
The organization. Sons and
Daughters of Soddies, Inc.. head headquartered
quartered headquartered in a genuine sod house
here, is non-commercial. It spon sponsors
sors sponsors a free museum, and life mem memberships
berships memberships cost $1. Only persons who
were born in a tod house or lived
or taught school ia one are eligi eligible
ble eligible for membership.
Lifetime memberships have been
sent to hundreds of persons ia near nearly
ly nearly every state, as well as Alaska,
Hawaii and Canada. j
The organization's president, V.I
A. Kear, Colby, was born in i
sod house aBd for many years
taught school for the pioneers in
soddies in. this area. Kear s Sod
House Museum has attracted some
200,000 tourists since it was opened
ia 1954. u- ', . : : 1
He attributes the boost in
tourism to the fact that there is
more available space on ships,
airline rates1 are lower and that
travel companies in the States
now seem more aware of Central
America and the Joys it has to
offer to Itsrclients.
William, Boyd of Panama A-
genoies doesn't quite agree. He
feels that although they will be
handling, several new ships this
year, there are many liners
which will by-pass Panama this
season for Mediterranean ports.
Boya lists me maiaen voyage
of the SJS. Arosa Sky, of the
Swiss Steamship company. This
marks their debut into the tour
ist field. 'They'll be offering the
same type of hospitality on the
sea as ney are iamous ior on
land," he stated. Over 800 tour-j
ists are due here on that ship on
January 14. .'-::-.';,
Gilbert Moreiana of c. b. Ten-
ton Company said they expected
a brisk buslness-thls season, add
ing that his firm was the first
to mtrpauce San Bias to tne
tourists about A decade ago.
persons Travel Agency, which
Is handling some of the cruises
ior phnu saia tnati.tne Maure-
tania will be completely aircon-
ditioned for her four trips here.
The Cunard Line ship carries
775 passengers. Its first trip here
will be with a group from the
packaged Liquor Dealers Asso
Other new cruises Include the
Cunard Line's Sylvania which is
a new ship -with a capacity of
550, similar to the Kungsholm,
which is due at Cristobal on Nov.
25 according to the ship's agent
C. B. Fenton.
The Holland liner Statendam
carries 650 passengers and the
Nieuw Amsterdam will bring 750
nere on each or two trips.
600. listed, and will return to
Panama three times.
; About 200 shriners are due
here Deoi 1 from; Florida, accord according
ing according to -Charles Howell of APA,
who said many tourists are fly flying
ing flying here this year from nearby
Remarked one travel agent:
"Panama is really getting on
the map because of the increas
ed feeling of security Americans
have that they wlir not be mis mis-treated
treated mis-treated here that there are
no .imminent revolutions, and
that they can malje themselves
Each a tourist, according to a
rough estimate taken, will leave
about $25 per person per day
here- during a trip.
"The Pacific Steam Navigation
Company claims that they will
be handling fewer ships than
last vear.- but each vessel will
carry, between 400 and 500 pas
it Their schedule follows:
y. Not. 18, Reina del Pacifico;
Dec 27, Reina del Mar; Dec. 2S,
Queen of Bermuda; Dec. 28, Syl Syl-vaniat;
vaniat; Syl-vaniat; Dec. 29, Statendam;
Janft, r 15, Bergensf jord .(maidea
7 '' Feb. '"Mauretania ; Feb. 8; f
Reina' del Pacifico; Feb. 22, Mau Mau-retania;
retania; Mau-retania; Feb. 28, Ndeuw Amster Amsterdam;
dam; Amsterdam; Mar. 8, Ocean Monarch;
Mar. 15, Mauretanla; Mar. 16,
Nieuw Amsterdam; Mar. 20, Rei Reina
na Reina del Pacifico; Mar. 21, Ber Ber-gensfjord;
gensfjord; Ber-gensfjord; Mar. 30, Mauretanla;
Apr. 21, Statendam; May 4, Car1
onia: May 8, Reina del Pacifico.
Persons Travel Agency lists
their schedule of ships they will
be handling this season:
Nov. 25, Kungsholm: Dec. 28,
Gripsholmr Queen of Bermuda;
and Sylvania; Dec. 29, Staten Statendam:
dam: Statendam: Jan. 14,.Arosa Sky ; Jan. 15,
Bergenstjord; Jan. 2Z, Kung-
j ' ' y " ' Q yt '-i ,"' ' f i I
f1" ,mptfl -Y.W'A - Til
1 HAT'S PANAMA'S Bill Boyd riding, Jn the' Egyptian dese'rt He wasTeceritryl.fQvited by the
government for a 10-day tour while attending: the 27th Annual World Travel Congress in
Madrid as a delegate from Panama. He has just returned from his trip.; v..
Homeric of Home Lines has sholm; Jan. 23, Empress of Engi
COINQ TO WORK-Actress Irene Dunne, left, and Mrs. Os-
Z IT TTlt. OI lne u s- delegation to the United
Nations. 12th General Assembly, are pictured as they enter
delegation, headquarters in New York. Miss Dunne was re-'
?t?'r,'y?n,7? a -representative. ,M L6rd served with
whj. cictuwi to tne inn uenerai Awembly
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ONE OF THE BIGGEST of the jrtiesenger ships due to bring Its tourrsts'to Panama-is the
Swedish-American Lins ship Ky.igsholm.:5Persons Travel Bureau will be arrangins tours for
the visitors. fc -
land; Jan. 27, Osjofjord; Jan. SO.Hy&ensfjordra-. March 22. Em.
Homeric. ., ifcjBs of Ingland: March 30.
Feb,;3.'Mauretaniaf Feb. 11, Jr liretania Mav 4. Caronia.
Empress oi Bngiana;' ;. reu, 1 la. j, anama
Homeric Fee.' 20, Arosa u:
Febj 22y Mauretanla; Feb. 23,
Gripsholm;- Feb, "28, Nieuw Ams Amsterdam.
terdam. Amsterdam. N T t
March 1; Homeric;- -Marcn 1, .1 .S'VLV .i,'
Empress of England; March 4, 1 .MOT'S
Stella Polaris: March .8, Ocean ;S-ieRR :
Monarch.' March 15, Arosa SunHNci' ' tt'iB
March 15," Mauratania; March "ftj'l. 0lP
16, Nieuw Amsterdam; March 2Um-udt arrfyesTfrom New Yorlc
encles lists the fol
ia ing sche -ule; :
Vov. 11 Hon the Panama
LF.TS Ancdif.othje Frank B. Jew Jew-e
e Jew-e chapter :fefthe Pioneers of
HOLD THAT. TIGER-Nc"l' plays hold that tigert with .1
one vt hertripleU as -the -other I wo peer- out from behind J J
Although, the cubs are six weeks old this is their, first public j
appearance.The giant tigrest had kept them hidden in a cornel 4 .,
of ber ag-at th HerUbrunn..Zoo-irvMunich. Germany.
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Vm-i; -;t ft p., j
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;4iiwKiIiii I'll w r li;timnw inirn I M f i 1 1 1 i
11 iLfe It
with about eoobassengers for a
Jan. 14"i-i Milden Voyage, of
Sky, with over BOO' passengers.
Feb. 20 -iji Sister ship s. S.
Arosa Sky,1-' with over 800 pas passengers..
sengers.. passengers.. ?.' ; : -' ...
Feb.. 20, Sister ship s.
Arosa Sun arrives here from New
York with 80d aboard.
Mar. 1 s. S. Homeric of
Home Lines due for one day.
Mar. 4 M. S. Stella Polaris -will
make only one trip this year
as comnared to three completed
Mar. 15 Arosa Sun.
A college tnixer is o plocet
Vrtnere girls without dotes meet!
men without money.
1:30, S:20, 5:10, 1:5, 9:09 nm
RIDES TO A
JOAN COLUrtSJAYN MSFIELD-DAN DAILEY 'rcx sc-
3 rVi IVII&S
npO tMtwitt inter, fro
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el, u4t Muwoer iWteoi o
lflte-a or wnwere. Insert o
inyle tfijrtf in eocft gr8. Tfte
tricfc is to get answers that will
Junction aero and down.
1. Minnesota's Centennial lnvt lnvt-Ution;
Ution; lnvt-Ution; Mak a date, visit us
3. Riddles Take ntae from ten
and what remain ?
4, If you enjoy puaalea writ
348; if you don't, don't,
0, Clues On every day we Iron
wvry shift worn,
7. Whleh letter of the alphabet
make oil boil?
g, Seven burning matchee pro provide
vide provide how many candlepower?
9. The and onlyi the unlucky
ball In, pool; the atop dance,
XI, Football conference: 3ig
in the Mldlande; Big In the
13. How many error in spell spelling:
ing: spelling: bassoon, piccolo, ukulele f
14-. Difference between winning v
and losing a, quarter in bridge.
1. The mother bragged that her
eon could recite the Gettysburg
Address when he was ten years
Of age and that Lincoln didn't
say it until he was
2. Clue,: Morning1! when t
, .- k awaken surly;
It alwaya gets so latt
so early i
And even's when I
"To see how early it
" t .- gets late.
3, Housework: Something
A SOLDIER on patrol wa re required
quired required to cross a river and
J five bridge. This got monot monot-,
, monot-, onous after awhile and he do do--
- do-- eided that every day, for a many
day as possible, he would choose
a different route.
Each route would be one that
would, require hi crossing every
one of the five bridges once and
: only once..
For how many successive days
i' wm he -able to pick a different
route? ) K '. . ',
1 Hia tour of duty atarts on the
near aide of the stream and he
finishes on the far side.
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. !-. v a a a a v oa -ay
. n-o a ,a-v-v a a 'o v-a
a a a-v i- a 'd v a o
, -a 'a-o-a-v-a '-oa a v-a
'3-a-o a-v :o a a-a-v -a
a a o-v a a a 3 v a-
o a a v oQ3ay
joi '.Xi si joj amaj jousijip
T TQTF many
oldtort n t
oroueat Jet To op,
t cheek bfloto t Iff J'OH
Naturally, easy to owf
noses when the Tnk Pt HMdo
art at halt. But how about wfce
a procion Aa been Mtttd tn
tft wtod'a eyef Lt o
onicfcly you eon oomwi i moron moron-r
r moron-r Wen, ffer,a M tta.
The plumed helmato of th
Queen' rFullr or Juat ap ap-proo,hing,H
proo,hing,H ap-proo,hing,H announco th official
in, charg r
Th proeion ha halted and
th marcher or drawing up into
a now formation. Eaoh mm 1
atepplng gracefully Into place,
"The guardsmen rt now drawn
up in thro rows, on behind th
other, and thar ar thr time
a many mn. In aoh row aa
theivwer to aoh row of th
aquare. Now th band la r.M
Th queation, again, ii how
many guardsmen ar In, the
group T Can you anwr?
9 sue-.uii i
M tm& MI l JIPI WM'Wi
rirtf Hidden Names
1 1 OOK eloHly wtd you'll find th
fint nm Of wt ptifr in
1 ceh of th
y, Juat you ift
2. "Tht Jarn old fool did It
' 3., "Out In th cool X vtry oon
1 'pjowT t
does that nobody notlcea unless
it is not d -j.
- 4, A batter in baseball some sometime
time sometime ha 0 t and count"
called on him,
, Perm; 7i nndred
Good Paul J?stw tpos then
.. alive," ;--'
8. How many members In th
10, Foologys A diplomat is a
gent who tbinka times before
he says ,. &
12. Which letter of the alphabet
la the name of a kind of bird?
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On Roberts Age
PRISCILLA 1 the only girl in
the Peters family and the eld eldest
est eldest Of seven children of her old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned parent. The children'
. age run in four-year steps, Pris Pris-cilla
cilla Pris-cilla being four times a old a
Albert, the !"babyM How old does
that make Robert, the second
on Guard Duty
AT THE finish of a race, A la
100 feet behind B.
B is 75 feet ahead of C
C ia 150 feet behind P, who Is
30 feet ahead of E.
. F la alongside of B.
Who wins? Also: How far
ahead or behind C Is FT How far
ahead or behind B is D? Hew far
ahead or "behind B is A? How far
Ahead or behind A is F? How far
' Ahead or behind CUE? j
i s on 1 0
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' a :q paiH 1J si i g JJTO
-1 JJ Si 01
VA I mm
n 'wui a 1
' OOLtTlON .Al..r t
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poskb or N.
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THREB V i
, UKB4 V
GREAT FIGURE PENCIL SKETCH
I 1 1 I J I X f 1 II 11 II H ii ki
LXTTUB Johnny, when aaked
how many penniea he had
aaved 1m far to do Christmas
ihopptnf for. hla fcrothere and
alatera, aaldi "Xf I divide tew
by two, three, four, Ave or
aUc, X alwaya hv on left
How many penniea h
Johnny aaved ?
Sum Workout Here
THREE membera of the board
of director of an orphang
each year glv aunt of money
which ia determined by multiply
ing the agea of thetr respective
ions. Each has on son,
This year they gav total of
230 to th orphanage, th prod product
uct product of the agea of thelf ,three
sons. Th total of the' product
was twenty yeara.
What amount will they b glv.
Jng next year f How old Will th
boye then be?
tara ee ni tX Jl0P OA
Pu)nq4)oe III 4IU, eiwf
By JST. 0. Kaufman
LBT'S suppose oe pic(re 4a
wort IO0Q9 words, AM
VMr4sgtyM blow id yo kmm
; the J'tMn9"
gOta tot of
peopi not ne ne-tier
tier ne-tier ta opilaf
iaee it we '"
firet need in
weatherman, it should be located
wy from Buuainge, on grmeey
surface, thro to alx feet above
the ground It should alwaya
open to true north,
Here'a th thhg-what ia It?
un eqj JO J 9JTP "HI qane
jniisduJ9i j ,nJ 0 o eiqwoA.j
-un saiaa.JSe uioii i?nuiruiuj mo
jo ja)3iuou44i() uaJM o pqJ
-sp astAap 'J6iat.-)u.innJl8ui
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; By Eugene Sheffer
5 Beware of these prophets (Mat
10 How many porches did the
pool of Bethosda have? (John
14 Last book of the Bible.
16 City in .Rumania.
18 The love of money Is the root
of all this (1 Tim. 6:10)
19 Valley (poet)
20 Most sagacious.
22 Note in Guldo's scale.
23 American patriot
24 Plant juice.
28 Frightened. .
28 What if the 18th book of the
' 33 Office holders.
34 Gibeon was a greater city than
' this ene (Josh. 10:1)
37 Godly person.
39 Potfeisive pronoun.
. 40 Death notice.
42 Seed covering.
44 In what month wss the lot,
Pur, cast? (Efth. 8:T)
43 The angel of the Lord rolled
this back" from the door of
Christ's sepulchre (Mat 28:3)
46 Street tabbr.)
4Transaetiona with ethers.
50 A sen of Benjamin (Gen. 48:
53 The turmeric.
54 Feminine name.
57 A city in Samaria (John 4J)
- 62 Untruthful one.
. 63 Impel
. 65 Puff uo.
66 Greater quantity.
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Ii' Ii u ii u ii U M U u U H U Ik 4f9
A GREAT figure in more way
than on ia eonoealed ia th
diagram above. For Initances this
oolossus has an arm 43 feet long;
ita hand ia better than 1 feet
long; and a fingernail is almost
a foot square. To eketeh this
figur in miniature, follow the
Take a pencil and, starting at interaeetfen
11-0, draw a continuous Hue, adhering to th fol following
lowing following route; 11-0 to 13-L, 13-K. lo-JC. I-L, -N,
il-O. 1J-0, 3-0, 3-R. 3-0, 3-Q, l-N, l0, T-JI,
i-U 7-U K, K, 14, 10-lC, 10-1. U-K. K.
JS-L, 14-U T-0, 3.0, -r, 4-0, 3-. 3-F, Ml, 3-JS,
3-D, 4-d, a-u, a-, aF, 14-x. h-h, ia-J, 3o-L, l'J.
40-, 40-U, 33-S, 33-T, 34-1, 34-U, I-W, 1T-T. 14-U,
14-T, 16-8, 18-Q, 31-F, 3a-Q, 30-R, 84-S. 84-Q, 3-H,
81-K, 33-K, 83-J, 18-K, 13-L, J8-0, 31-M, 31H0, 30-F,
23-F, 18-Q, 1-S, 14-R, 18-0, 14-L to 18-J.
Steps to Trip You Up
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MOO 000 OUT FAN'S tempi, above, haa aa an,
usual aet of teps leading up to it
Coneentrat your ey en the diagram and it Witt
be dlnloutt to tell if th step eM fmed by coH'
seeutive ef of blocks or by one eemtinuous Una.
Quiekry, whleh do you any it ia t
TWa M an opOoal Uluaton, of oourao,
$00 This Weighty Problem
yrmkm out walking wtta hr baby and th faa."
W uy dog, a mother passed a penny aeale add
sought So weigh herself. However, sha eould not
put dtwn' th baby and when ah stepped on th
scale with th child in her arme, fad dog got on
also. 80 th dial Indicated Ml pounds.
When ah told her husband of the incident, he
aid h could tU how much ah weighed, T tease
her. he told it in this wy "ee1n that th dat
baby had weighed ten per cent lea and th dof
ten per cent more, and if you had not lost Ive
pound on account of th great heat, then the earn earn-bined
bined earn-bined Weight ot all thr of you would have been
How much did each weigh?
tpqnotf mj "tea u
-u.. !mh-Xho pejpeuq ee '4mon ie.w.t
. 60 Individuals.
70 German city.
71 Cozy retreat
1 Before the cock made this cry
Peter was to deny Jesus (Mat
2 Son of Leah (Gen. 29:34)
3 Topaz hummingbirds.
4 Short for Peter.
5 Note in the scale.
6 Goddess of infatuation.
IS Greek union (abbr.)
21 Scotch, cap.
27 Wt are advised to consider
her ways, and be wise (Pr.
' 30 Relative of the heron.
31 Son ef Haran (Gen. 11:37)
32 Classic nymph.
85 Islands (poet)
39 The locusts hsd bresstplates
of this metal (Rev. :)
Cat and Chios, combined to to-fetAer,
fetAer, to-fetAer, Jfake drink popular in cold
What Is the drink?
Sir ;e uiiai Smsiqwo pas u.noi
un. nug rami Stuu, im.
My IW ftt
Mttltd hi m
ryon If you.
not htvo oolowHl
eolo room, our
UtM, rug, tur
sn4 th UftU
br. ThM vory
line of room He He-tur
tur He-tur and paste it
on one-half Bheet
paper. Uao wrap wrapping
ping wrapping or aete'eook
paper if you wish,
frees under book book-W
W book-W h a dry,,
at top lin ov
put th pietur
on th waM la ate atroight
line, net too htgb aal not to tow,
Fut th rug on th toor, by put
ting pest oa th baek and areas
lng untU dry. tt of au, put th
little beay bear la the room.
For tind Results
IF TOUjiro a persea of resehi-
ttoli, youUl n"d lhi pusse oa
bo rosolvod to th end by apply
ing the inlasinf I'ttew to th
words ending ia "end" defined
blow. Fivo N aia-letter wordaj
sve aav aeven
, lit WstXXIti
..d that if the
41 Benefice witheut eure of eeuls.
42 Mountain aborigine.
44 Pen point
51 Fixed gaao.
54 Italian eailor'a seiat
i1 1 1 i4 r i"'v'-Tr'r
i4 ia :
To 1 7:
PROVIDE THE WORDS?
ANAX.TZB almost any word of four or more let let-tent
tent let-tent In th Kngtlsh language and you'U and
shorter word contained therein. For example, you
' G o TeT"
ISWl WP WW
t, i J I I :.M- ,,
1. T my
3, To broaden
3. An aasoelate
4. To preteet
a. to go -$,
waieh yea ana asked to aupply misaing letter.
To achieve Ull
8. To hang (a tap and dowa
f, T forefeU row ooatant th
jf. An aHowane mom lettwf, re-
'Or ee iDeoMvely). Then,
'"a 1 fom nw short
Wt Qbsewtlon? a'WSS
S0Fli00ta) aeaM t, wis oil- you Hafa fovd
aarvatipaoa ho huaiaaa f iftters wWea win
M M fee the futur whea the .funeUea in a 11
! dark, To m 18, htjaaatai row,
eepfcer thja lupatitutiea etyp to inelHdiaf th top.
gaanAS .. or Iiof word; row.
you've found two or thre of th shorter words.
A time limit of two minute ia suggested or the
sAlutioa of eaah problem given.
Dividing This Is a Matter of Addition
7 1 7 I
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a 3 aaf
3 Fraternity. 1
Itwe are enjoined to d good to
, them that fl this toward us
64 Summer (Fr.)
can nnq nana anq
some in hand hand-aoma,
aoma, hand-aoma, 1 ran and
poi in transpose.
Here' a puzzle
that derive from
As 1 apparent
word appear in
at th tops of th
are key words for
result, copy all of th letter now
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thlss Draw thre
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a divided into
seven part, each
ef which eontain
Line are to ex extend
tend extend to parallel
idea. (You'U need
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three lines are re required
quired required and are to
bo drawn atraight
through the dia diagram
gram diagram either
from aide line to
aide lino or, from
bottom line to top
A solution i
ia the page.
It's Your Move
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By Uillard Hopper
Long-Tlme Open Champ
VYrarrfi hs his men In position
for a quick and decisive win
in this problem. White, moving
up the board, moves first and
wins in four moves.
Which plays decide the game?
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TRY THE NEW 'COPTER CALYPSO Helicopters of Britain's Fleet Air arm do art interpretation of the calypso. It takes place at jiir.shows when
the pilots demonstrate the maneuverability of their aircraft. This aerial dance is being performed at Royal Naval Air station; Sussex, England.
WASHINGTON (IRVING) SLEPT HERE BetVen Irvjngton and Tarrytown, Sunny Sunny-side,
side, Sunny-side, the horn of Washington Irving, fits the author's deicription,'"As full of nooks
and crannies as an old cocked hat." The home is open daily to visitors.
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STUDY 0 STUDENTS STtJDYING-Th tJniversity of Afichlgan hw aatfot tha fin' tJ, v.
est librarjei inthecountry.-but, like sudents everywhere, es.lrhnen
their -classwofk inother places.-This is -AneirhallT one -of .favorite spots -1
SIZZLING CIGAR SMOKER Jimmy Bryan of Phoe Phoenix,
nix, Phoenix, Ari4 one of the nation's jtop auto racers.likes ;
to light up before a race,,but when he gets moving,
the other drivers may, be left "watching his smoke.'!
WAKES UP TO REALITY A dream came true for this little girl whert she discov discovered
ered discovered that there are real cowboys still in existence out Arizona way. She is enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying her meeting with a cowpoke at the Desert Willow ranch near Tucson.
mm ":" ".
BIG OTY POW-WOW America's Indians; are be-V,:
: KEEPING UP WITH JONES BEACH This is a scene tfat many Viw Yorkers and ginning to petform their, ceremonial dancesin the
.ZZ out of towners will remember fondfy this winter. If Jones beach..the largest of oig ciues. new. i w.v uii
several Long Island beaches. Beach can accommodate fifteen thousand bathers.
This, is ene edltars built by Generaf Patten's men in trcrinfng -f or fwty,everseas ; .
s ' s; ".-.', i''i''
ON'THE SOUTHERN SLOPE of California's Iron mountain Gen. George -Patton
drilled.. his tank corps iri; desert warfarerbefore: going into, the; real ; -b
thing,1- Nowv an effort i being made to have this 50 acres'ift" southern California-:
set aside as a memorial park to ''Old Blood and, GuKr iTwo imposing stone; aJtejsTj, ,'
staM at what was ;the late genefluV, heajarteriibri'ajafeaie alters,' .the
chief attraction is, a huge relief ,mapi30' byl6a ft It represnts'an are'pSl'U'
thousand square roiles Over the. map, orientafeort classes are'heidl1' The Warder !J'.x-;';"
partment blocked efforts to turn the area intoa mernorial because it f lt that too Vi
many memorials were being rushed through. The wasteland is stUl, a' :tetdmonIaL x :, '"'-f "-'
r.4 I VK''' V-Vi-i ; 5
for a pow-wow Iru Chicago's Thillens stadiunt .1 1 .. kinjfjoi Tfc buil-to-cel. rlif tnoj.-W4ti Mnyitnk aii jneuAtoies:
' : Kim Frtu a Syndic f Vv.--- v'-.'t:;:--;-- V
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IX MAftCOT Al MISTRESS Carol Wwte' f Margarita nujiU toy fox terrier, "Ljttl.
f : tuWJ."; kig'our around the club fr jt uch occationa, at meeting up with
Ah pretty yomrfJt f X - "' -v:.
;: r-;:: -. Ster and Picturti en Pagea 2 and 3
r AN AM A, B. P, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER It,
j iim-i J iliiMtu Ju.mlllH.'JU Wiy,ljlWJIAl.f '"'
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- AUSTRIAIt-BORIf manager Paul Dukaar who managed to
escape from Hitler's clutches, buzzes around the club taking
, caie cf members and ruests. Here be chats with several la la-r
r la-r dies who drop in dally for lunch at the club.
' $ By HINDI DIAMOND V-,'
Perhans seafarers are a friend
ly folk' but those wba pat them
tip are even irienalier..
This a wis t few Hii Issliw f
Iwetsrede f veyaaer
stopped for while at Faaama'a
with informality ill kevaote. the
Crfttobal Yacht Club Has ptayea
host,' with great ueeess,-o poor
men. tkh men; begKrmeo out
luckily, never thieves.
rv Says one of the club's officer 1
'Some came to as without toe
provelbial shoe string, while saany
are multi-millonaires. But nost
of them are swell peopte." i
The ;feeaags seem to oe nuniai
judging by the well-filled Jog book
which club manager Paul Dukasc
keeps up diligently. .
AM utrks aWst ta the siwfwr
(ttabW SMSpiUVty -that Ihraa:
Axadas af aailiim im aad
art in aw have raeaired at she Kt
tte yacht cM wMoh, wtM ft
was fnwthd in ttZ7 was caOod
tha Cftstabaf Cano Clib.
Times aaav have changed, bat
the warmth and friendliness tiat
the place exades remain the same
Perhaps the fact that boats nay
3e wp for free the first two weeks
of their stay, and then pay the
fantastically low rates of two cents
a Soot a dayi helps- attract sailors
5o "park" for awhile
But most'y its the unusually
riendly reception they receive
Jut makes sea travellers return.
Thor Ueyerdahl of Koa Tiki fame
tie up twice at the yacht club and
raved about the service. -i
Wrote one skipper, a Saa Fran-
dscan, S. Olddea. whose 38 ft.
ketch Acorn enjoyed the club's fac facilities:
ilities: facilities: ..v....-.. -'"''J-ff 1
4We thank you members for your
amiable hospitality so important
to the. cruising boat but unfor unfor-tunaleo
tunaleo unfor-tunaleo not too common. ,;: We're
coming.' back aoon." '".v
One f thaXsvatt boats. to
trace their watarfrant Was the
$ ft. Utopia, M aJr-canditiarocT
craft swwad by boat builckr Frad
Patarsan f Witamiw who was
at)' a Hwoa-yaar rowadtfcs world
Each day It becomes more dif
ficult -to leave. Your hospitality
has been wonderful.. Good luck,
good health and good sailing.
Smallest stun to. naw cnstooaL
the Skaffie, was promptly dubbed
a hard luck boat bv its British
crew and owners J. L. Beard and
G. AugbertOB. :;i;.:cv : y
Tms ia what, shay wrata in m
Tha aaa Is ao big,
Skaffia so saaalt.
We escaped ants ear lives,-"-But
that's ebswt a!V v
They lost their mast once, .their
diaghy twice, aod tha rudder
arane xnnce. nnauy uey soia tne
28 ft. craft to a Ionian, Bob Turn
er, and returned to New Zealand
The first and only, Honolulu-reg
istered ship was the Tropic Bird
ACTRESS TERRY MOORE'S, yacht the "South Wind" graces the harbor. The Hollywood star
who fc Diarrled to Eugene HcOrath of Panama commutes here between films.
tfc, Y ft w4 ft, I
, V.-V VC1 k III
f -jr J MrtTn 11 in nmimroo W-sv.Jba-1 il
Seca' To Tic Up
. & r, W 1..'" w ,,
A. J If
which arrived at Cnstohal last vear
with aa American vcoupk' Hugh
ana JLverya uacDonald at the con
trols. ' i' w
"Fondest Aloha." they wrote aa
they signed the guest' register.
It was wonderful meeting you all
we will never forget you."
Romance blooms at Cristobal al also.
so. also. In May of this year a young
American, Frank fiirdsall, pulled
Onb officer Don Brae
Photography In The News
The Nikon S2, a Japanese-made
camera that has established itself
firmly as one of the world's out
standing 35mm cameras, nas been
surpassed by the announcement of
the .Nikon SP. Boasting the -same
lens equipment that made .Nixon
synonymous with quality, the new
SP camera box itself Is a marvel
of compactness, precision and ease
se of the most important
chances in the new Nikon is the
universal range finder-view finder.
Thisjarge and brilliant finder
gives the exact field of view for
the 50mm, SSmm, luSmm, and the
135mm lenses when the respective
lens is bayoneted ante the camera
body. The frame outlining the pic pic-tore
tore pic-tore area of the individual lens
seems to be suspended in -mid-air.
. As tha fans is faewsad me
iaw finder frame moves to
compensate for any change in
A second separate view finder
just to the left of the regular
range-view tmaer xves me exact
field of view for the wide angle
35mm and 28mm lenses.
Other features of this re -design
ed camera include a rewind han handle
dle handle knob on which is engraved
the adjustments for the various
focal length lenses. The adjust
ment is made merely by twisting
the ring to the marker for the SO,
85, 105 or 135mm lenses.
An exposure meter fits into the
accessory shoe and couples to the
shutter speed wheel. By using the
meter, the correct shutter pseed
is set automatically.
, Flash synchronization Is cwr
ceded witti tha shutter spead
dial and is set by lifting up and
turning owtsr ring of dial. -A
clearly marked exposure coun
ter sets itself automatically when
the film is waded into the came camera.
ra. camera. One of the most important
features is an ootional electric
motor hack which permits the
photographer to make as many
as three shots a second. A smaU
motor in the-'jack is powered by
six pea-light batteries.. One set of
batteries will fire 50 tilm. rolls.
This excitin g new cemera will
be priced at $415.00 when equpped
with the Nikkor F-1.4 lens. :
FISHING WAS FINE when these guys went out. Here's Fop Parker, John McClaln, Harry Sea-
mftftr Donald- Bruce- and Don Parker.
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
at-'lf r 'l(
iundn ksnttkm Sucsteanst
Sunday; November 101952 :
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4 awi w-
Sooncri Or Later
C ft7i YatHt Club
and greeted the Club's Commo Commodore
dore Commodore Jack Coffey," Ha was .looking
for work here to supplement b
income.' t ' -,
'v- Two month Jeter the young sai sailor
lor sailor whose boat 'Typhoon" was
still at Cristobal had an Army Job
here, and a brand new fiance. He
married the local, girl and return return-ed
ed return-ed to the states eventually." -t
Even women fall prey tp the
club's wonderful '.'atmosphere.
Pretty Peggy Poor, skipper, of the
Windjammer cruised around Pana
ma waters for several weeks leav leaving
ing leaving seamen agog at her courage.
Wrote she with a flourish:
'eve anil kisses to all mem-;,
bers...as friendly fellows as w
r spliced the mailt brace.'! Peg Peggy
gy Peggy was collecting mMnl for
mi ha aiiwanturet.
A- EA ahlni ltttVJI tfPft
A many uv
- iv,m mull rlnti at one time.
nil then nave Often ; uy mi
there were no visitors. r
. t..i.- n.kihai : tha transient la
(.mniii i iirfimmii makes no dil-
iiamuiM - ...
fn.nnA Porhini -that's the secret
lof the club's popularity; One club
r ... ..j i. ... iinh thifli-
officer summea u up
They re au me came iu u,- w
troat thnm : alike., and we like to
treat 'em all well."
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-NEW YORK J(UP) There, are
probably more variations in piano
playing than, on any other musi musical
cal musical instrument, from the cool jara
of the modernists to the. soothing
melodies played in the cocktail
A'For a Lazy Afternoon" is In
the-coiy rather than tho cool cat
ergory. It introduce to the vwld
ol records Neil WoUV who takes
his place. with the est of the
mood-piano enterta'ners. i
.Th Vik LP is quiet one for
a lazy afternoon, as the title sug suggests,
gests, suggests, or a romancie evening.-And
Wolfe plays J? old favorites in a
fashion that -could "make them
more popular fean ever",
'Perhaps the bnf of the lot ts
th sons Eddie Cantor made fa famous;
mous; famous; "Whoopee," Wolte flives it
pleasure to hear. Other songs
Include- "My funny Valentjne"
and "Over the Rainbow,"
Tr t. wirvra than ablv assisted
by Billy Mure on guitar, Terry
Snydet on drums 'and Sandy Block
ori bass. The guitar drums and
Ha ear mrtt aft softlv muted at
.irit nf th" Week "Hand
ful of the Week" (KCA Victor).
This is a reprise of ,someof the
hest recordings made by the late
Fats Waller. Numoerj inciuue iue
titi timp "There'll Be some
Changes Made" and "I'U Dance
at Your weaaing.
w,. Ki. Tins ."iTnwdv" is one
of Pat Boone's best effort for Dot
Records. It's a collection ot ine it
standards sung by one of the
country's most popular young per
Rigor mortis hasn't set in on
rock 'n' roll yet and "Rockin'
the Oldies" by Bill Haley (Dee (Dee-ca)
ca) (Dee-ca) probably will help to the
pep musie : family alive and
kicking for quite a while.
'Pub Crawlin' With Jimmy Deu Deu-char"
char" Deu-char" (Contemporary) is one of
the better o4 the.-current .-c ool
t d rtiilial tha litla of the
ILP indicates, Is a Bnton and one
of the greatest oi tms oruiMi
trumpet players. .-.
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"POP- PARKER'S cruiser the "Sea Horse"-has probably put In more. mes than any, other
'shin aMhe Cristobal Club. He's made hundreds of trips with Zone re-siderits and their their-iueS
iueS their-iueS to the San Bias Islands which he calls th "Playgrouna of the Atlantic Ocean."
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'WORLD'S URCESTMrs. Murphy
i a lot of chowder to cover these everalls, elainied to ?J
' Urgest in the world by the maken, Key Work CTotheg of Tort
. Scott. Kan.' Mr Elda Glenn, left, and Mrs. NelUe Blosser
how one way of pressing the SO-foot-long, 150-pound garment
after it was sent to a Port Scptt laundry for cleaning. Tour
persons could fit in each ofthe huge pockets. :
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and hospitality makes up for it.
stmrvn roal JAPAN are two former til's rho served In Ko Ko-fea
fea Ko-fea during the ar Cdehompson, 26; be-musfached
Skipper ? ; tht C 1. ?one of the greatest." He's here with
vp buddy Ed Brady. v
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From The Paris Review'
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Author David Loufee's work has ap appeared
peared appeared In The Sewanee Review, New Directions, and Poetry
(Chicago). He has been invited to read his work at the Mu Museum
seum Museum of Modern Art. . James Broughton, born a San Fran Franciscan,
ciscan, Franciscan, has published two volumes of verse in the United
States, but Is better known as a maker of poetic experimental
films. His film "The Pleasure Garden," received a special
prize at the C.nnes Festival... Jane May hall, a Kentncklan,
has taught in the New School for Social Research In New
York. Her fiction has appeared In the Best American Short
IF BY THIS WANTOM SURGE
By David Longec
If by this wanton surge
Devised for man and beast
When first a green world told
Through blossomings of seasons
Her nature would endure,
We pay no heed to clamor
Outside the bolted door
But urge our soft play wild
And shout out love Is bold.
Who cares if a city riots
And speaks of an Ivory tower?
This room is all we hold.
Let gravest matters impending
Destroy for whom they will
The glad voice veiled in stone;
If rumor of quick disaster
Or spell of a flourishing market,
The prospect of tumbling down,
Divert the milling crowd
From all the ageless wonder
Inherent in the bone,
We beg no special treaty
But plead through wordless hours
They leave our night alone.
THE DRY-DOCK STRIPLING
By James Broughton
What are you cutting down, my boy?
What are you erasing?
. Off the bilgey bottom, off the petrifying weighs
I am chopping the old ballast that has leaned on my eyes,
tuid now I know a topmast Is where I look to sea.
What are you cutting up, my soon?
What are you replacing?
My rages will not stutter now behind the grimy burners
where my shovel-thumbs blistered soothing an old furnace,
lor off slid the anchor when I launched my own free.
What are you cutting loose, my man?
What are you disgracing?
No stlcker-in-the-mud will longer barnacle my travel.
Now off Is rubbed the rust and the glue from my keel
and scrubbed swim the mermaids round my brand new me.
By Jane Mayfaall
Always above, one a stair, in a tower.
The diamond-eyed magician treads the air,
and dabbles in the witchcraft of perfection
waving wands, batons of Ideation,
he reasons, rich and rash as all heretics,
: and plains a song as pure as mathematics.
At flawless dawn he rises,- like the wind,
: unreels the murky crystal of the mind
to catch the sun with dappled eloquence,
i unsheathes the shady snakes of Idle sense
and drives them Into shining-shafted logic,
; the source and sorcerer of honest magic.
His art Is long who wakes at dawn to see
the evolution of a single day.
He fools the time that dawdles In a clock,
and plans enchantment for a lasting trick.
In castled air and guarded by a moat
his magic moves canonic with the light;
But light as air, the wilful conjurer
Instructs his art at night to disappear.
No dying cadence clutters permanence;
he keeps his craft as wise as Innocence,
to rise again with every crafty dawn.
with tower and stair and reason to begin
Bo magic ever was a morning vision F
Up at six, the diamond-eyed magician
will burn through all the elemental 'dark
and strike the sulphur spirit like a spark,
and shake the genii of our bottled sleep,
t and jWake us like the wizardry of hope.
FLIP-FLOP Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer has done jus; that with a pyramid design"
in this model of the new Caracal, Venezuela, art" museum. The windowless structure shaped
like an inverted pyramid, will be lighted by. the sun streaming through louvers in the roof. The-y
building, which Is tab completed next year, will give visitors "an emotional lift," Niemeyer
rays. He calls most art museums "modern dungeons." j
The Washington Menr-Go-Round
ly DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON The decision to
switch our satellite from "Opera
tion Orbiter" under the Army,
Navy and AF to "Operation Van
guard" under the Navy alone was
made on the recommendation of
the Stewart Committee of the Re Research
search Research and Development Board,
of which Dr. Homer Stewart of
California Institute of Technology
Also helping to influence the
transfer, as a member to the Ste Stewart
wart Stewart Committee was Richard Por Porter
ter Porter of General Electric, who now
heads the Earth Satellite Panel
of the International Geophysical
These men, more than any other,
transferred the satellite in 1955
at a time when it apperared to be
makins excellent oroitress.
The transfer permitted Russia
to score one of the most important
scientific and psychological vic
tories in historv.
It also contributed In part to the
fact that the Army, which was
transferred out of the picture, now
has six satellites n a Huntsville,
Ala., warehouse but is not permitt
to launch them. Because of rigid
administration censorship, it is
extremely difficult to ascertain the
reasons for the transfer ana me
When Dr. Stewart was queried
on the long distance telephone at
Cal Teen ne was uncommumca
"I can't talk," he said.
"Mv instructions don't permit
me to comment at all," he replied,
when pressed lurincr regarding
the reasons for the disastrous
transfer. V j
You cant even comment as to
whether you are chairman' of
the Steward Committee?"
"No, I cant comment on whe
ther I am chairman of the com
mittee," was the reply. '.'All I can
say is that I've served on .several
This was leaning over backward
bit because Dr. Steward lists in
his self-penned biography in. Who
is Who that he is a member of the
Technical Evaluation Group of
Guided Missiles Committee, Re
search and : Development Bo'ard
1948-50; chairman since 1951."
Dr. Stewart has been privately
criticized for selling the Pentagon
on the satellite transfer because
he was allegedly antagonistic to
Dr. Fred Singer of the University
of Maryland and Dr. Wcrnher Von
Braun the ex-Hitler scientists now
attached to the Army.
Tbev bad been given the main
job of designing Operation Orbiter
and propelling it oil the ground.
All Dr. Stewart would say, how
ever, was: "My instructions don t
permit me to comment."
DID CE PROFIT?
It happens that one private com
pany benefited from the transfer
General. Eelctric. v-.v
It also happens that Richard
Porter, an offical of General Elec
trical, simultaneously advising the
government, advised the transfer
which benefited his company.
GE has the contract for the
first-stage engine for the Van
guard satellite. This is the engine
which has delayed the program
and in earner tests couldn't get
off the ground. Last week, how
ever, it was successful.
When queried by this eeluran,
Porter admitted that he was
member of the Stewart Committee
which recommended the transfer,
and also of the Earth Satellite Pa
nel, which likewise- recommended
When asked about the fact that
his company, GE, benefited from
the transfer, Porter replied:
"I don't know anything about
Checking with Porter's colleagues
convinces me .that he was telling
the truth. He is a man of great
integrity; and his associates state
that when he discovered that Ge General
neral General Eelectrlc was getting the hew
contract as a result f the trans transfer
fer transfer he recommended he was hp
rrified and offered to resign.
As far as I can ascertain, ne pe pecuniary
cuniary pecuniary interest er cecflict er in interest
terest interest was involved.
Perhaps the mistake was just
bad judgment. In view of the ri rigid
gid rigid wall of secrecy thrown up by
the Eisenhower Administration,
however, it's impossible te probe
further, ;, j ...
But the mistake was so Important
to the prestige of this country that
a Congressional committee with
the power of -subpoena should pur pursue
sue pursue the matter further. The above
is abput as far
man can go.
as a mere news-
100-YEAR COLD WAR
Now that the Prima Minister el
England has had a chance to re report
port report to friends and associates,
more details of his talks with Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower are leaking out.
The most important aspect of
their conference was Mcmillan's
and Elsenhower's conclusion that
from two to four generations. If
the span of generation is about
25 years,- this would be from 54
to 100 years.
Jtf acnullan has told mends was
r and Eisenhower concluded the
Russians hed shown themseuea
much stronger than expected, with
the result that the free world must
gird itself for a long, slow economie
and political battle.
Other highlights ot nis repon:
Relations between Bntain and the
United States were never better...
The Dec. 1$ meeting at Paris will
be but the beginning of sever!.
There should be many, meetings
between the heads of the American
and Britrsh government. "Alter
all, the distance between London
and Washington by air is no long longer
er longer than the distance between
London and Edinb-irgb by train.'
The Prime Minister even bad
praise tor r osier uuuri. is
forthcoming," was the way he des described
cribed described himMacminan' only en-,
ticism was for the loint -British-,
American onmmliniaue issued after
his talks...'?There are two ways of.
saying things," he explained to a
other is the American way fulso,
ly. There were some direct points,
.1 k.,t mm tlla
whole it's rather .wooly."
. Herewith tad solution te Sunday Crossword Pua Pua-tl
tl Pua-tl No, ?K published today. ;
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Y'TLYfNC JEEP?-Artfst'l sketch shows ths dream vehicle ot
Army; Aviation, an aerial, jeep. The burgeoning new Army
; uitnca oTTif oevnopms planes which- would change
mr we, si wnu-scaie wariare regarding reconnaissance, ob observation,
servation, observation, troop deployment, etc The ducted-fan principle,
a propulsion 'method which may give the Army a whole new
family I airborne transport vehicles. Is used on the aerial jeep.
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Tur DCADncn DDiiurr civis.. Fnrplm Minister Max PetitDierre. left-chats with Prince
Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco during their vfsit to the Federal Mansion in Berne,
'SwitierUnd. The Prince, vacatiohing with his Princess at Gstaadt, Switzerland, took ad advantage
vantage advantage the time away from official duties to wow a maxnificent beard.
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"WIN THfS MAN" Ex-Army Mai. C. C. IT P,.,.n
"prize" la what mav be thmo.t .,..i .17. Tl."7.
Srwa?" J10 Tenj Hewitt, as the boy 'a oher look. en.
j ThenLondoa (England) Di, sketch ,'t J
' ESSS" B,W Cntf St' with P,we11 P'e." Win thta
; "an!'' the Wnartai. "He will do anything lor you-but it
! bcV'f r ThT Sketch would aimnce contest rule,
oon. Stuot la another oi zany antic, wed b London newa newa-C
C newa-C paper, fa attract new readers.
K oAi Washington News Notebook
tMoneybags Sheep Tale Fancy Car-
vj yFedup Driver Hot Stuff Bussy Man
Uj DUDliLAS LAUSEN and KEMNfeTH U. UlLMUKB
out there is more ghtter
wealth ameng Washington
lortune Magazine finds
ur of 76 fine nation's richest
persons only two Jiv3 around here.
Paul Mellon is listed as about
the fifth richest American with
between $400 million and $700 mil
lion. But the- Mellons live about
45 miles from here in Upperville,
Va., where they entertained Queen
Elizabeth. The Mellons1 rarely mov
in Washington's social circles.
Mrs. Merriweatlier Post. Post
Toastie heriress, is thhe only le
gitimate Washington iao on the
list. She is ranked 72nd with be between
tween between $75 million and $100 million.
She was formerly married to ex ex-U.S.
U.S. ex-U.S. Ambassador to Russia Joe
HEARD AT THE Italian
bassy the other night:
"The Russians are raising a
new breed of -tiny sheep. The plan
is to put them in the mose of a
satellite and make them the herd
that is shot around the world.
"I'd have to stick two of my
checks together to pay. for a car
as long as that," Ike s assistan
GEORGE DONOVAN who drives
for House Speaker San Rayburn.l
is easily the best fed chauffeur
in twon and worries more about
his waistline than about Rayburn's
The reason is thai every time
the congressional leader goes to
a party he always tells his hostess
not to forget to feed his ehaufieur.
So, all evening, waiters file
back and forth from the automo
bile carrvine him travs ef hors
d'oeuvres and dishes piled high
with food from the buffet table
OTHER EVENING young auto
maker Bill Ford from Detroit was
in town showing his new Ime of
b'ock-long Lincolns to governemt
officials and dealers
Ike's No. 1 man, Sherm Adams.
was examining the longest one of
the lot when Bill said to him.
Just give us your check, Mr. A-
dams, and the car's yours."
All right." said Sherm. "But
where', the Scotch tape?"
f r'WhV do vu iweri Scotch tane?"
FOR THE LAST two weeks, de
livery trucks have been unloading
crates of coconuts at the Malayan
They are being stored in the
basement until new Ambassador
Ismail Bin Dato Abdul Rahman
announces the date of his first
Then the embassy chefs will
crack open the coconuts, drain
out the milk and nix it with chile
powder, cinnamon and curry powsi
The result will be Washington's
introduction to Malayan curry, one
of the hottest tastiest sauces in
the Far East.
But an embassy official savs
that guests who can't eat hot
suacs won't be forgetten.
"We'll serve ketchup, too." he
USUALLY WHEN a man change
jobs, he manages to sneak a few
uays of rest in beiucen. Not so
Uuf egghead Arihui Larson who
is moving to a Wn.te House spot
after heading the U.S. Informa Information
tion Information Agency.
Larson's successor, George V.
Alien, dasheu inio town from
Greece, shook hands with Larson
and rushed right back to wind
up his duties as U.t. ambassador
Meantime, Ike aoKed Larson to
get busy on tne typewriter batting
out the speeches that the Presi President
dent President will soon be delevenng to
assure the public that the country
isn't nearly as bad oil as Spilling
makes it look.
So, for the next lew weeks, Lar Larson
son Larson i stuck with two fobs instead
ol getting a vacation.
A HOSTESS says about Bill
Rogers the new U.S. tttorney ge general:
neral: general: "He irritates nv. ibat divine divine-iooking
iooking divine-iooking man was made lor draw drawing
ing drawing rooms, formal d.nners, tan tangos
gos tangos and cocktail patties, but it
takes an' A-bomb to uet him out
of his own living room alter dark."
A friend says about Mrs. Bill
'It s almost a crime the way
that woman can keep such slim
figure and still eat ail those lus luscious
cious luscious desserts she makes."
Mrs. Rogers is the uncontested
champ among her friends for
making Frencn pastries, chocolate
cakes, banana cream uies and
The main reason 1 like to fix
such things is that I like to eat
them," Mrs. Rogers explains.
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AWHAT, NO MICKEY MOUSE?" Children, at New York
City' Public School 185 .are shown getting a science lesson
XI television.- Th ftrtt
J .10gU XYjUUoo wat ."almost as (ood as Mickey Mpui.;
THE STORY OF A RADISH Worthy of the lead atory on anjr ntwrlaper's Garden Page is this
gianlred radish sent to the offices of the Independence (Mo.) Eaaminer by Lester Eastep. Pho-'
tograplied en a typewriter carriage for comparison purposes, 1 he radish measures 14 inches ml
length aatf 10 inches around. (
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By Unittd Press:
Greek and Macedonian
armies auiereo oniy in ubsuso
from modern- armies jnd Chang
ed war from a "walking tour end
Ing in, a brief hand-to-hand com
Haf" in mnrfr dpartlv affair.
This Is the theme of The Gnek
and Macedonian Art of War,, by
F. E. AdcOck (V. of Cdiil. Press)
The basic troops of the ancients
. were the hoplites, armored by
' heavy shield and lsing short spear
and sword. The ho.ilites fought in
a tiehtly knit phalanx. Opposing
armips would charge at each otb'
... r and .coma together with- the
crash of shields and clatter of
- Meanwhile, navies were develop-i-fj
' from mere., conveyances for
t-oops to -actual 'warships. At
though they carried fighting men,
their greatest weapon was a ram
at the forepeak to smash the thin
si-Ys of ooDosine stuns.
Alexander the Great developed
a well-disciplined cavalry but de depended
pended depended upon the Macedonian pha-
lnnx to win nis wars. He usea ei
chants but with indifferent sue
S'egecraff the art of offense
and defense of cities was carried
to a hieh degree throup.h develop
ment of battering rams, stone ana
r-ow throwing catapults and
"When one reflects on modern
Inventions." Adcock says, "it ap
pears that most of them are only
Dossible because of materials
which were beyond the reach of
tve Greeks and Macedonians,
They had, for example no rubber
or means of making high speed
seel. Yet they were ingenious as
a-v modern. There were scaling
1-Hders and bronze nlites whose
v'brations recorded the progress
of a mine. There were flame
throwers and a forerunner of the
But, Adcock takes little stock
In the tale that Hannibal sent
sailors ashoru to collect poison poisonous
ous poisonous snakes to be hurled into en enemy
emy enemy ships.
"The highest achievements of
the Greek art of war," he con concludes,
cludes, concludes, "are more to be found in
the triumph of mind over mind
than in the triumph of mind over
In a contest for the most inap inappropriate
propriate inappropriate finction title Kathleen
Winsor's America, With Love (Put (Putnam)
nam) (Putnam) might be hard to bet. This
320-page "memory of childhood"
novel about one year in the life of
a 12 year old girl might better
have been called Love on Laurel
Avenue." It should not, however,
disappoint Miss Winsor's fans
who expect from tier a sexy, earth earth-y
y earth-y story. The author does display
a talent for the conversation of
early adolescence. But a little of
A 10 .ui.
Ion? way, particularly when the
child is precocious Cassy Span Span-gler,
gler, Span-gler, deep in her first puppy love.
Cassy, her brother, Don, 9,
and her parents were one of
Hie many depression haunted
families of Laursl Avenue in a
Their father's business brought
In barely enough to provide nec
essities,. o)Mrs. -Spajngler took a
job to earn extra inor ey for the
children's Christmas. Father ob objected
jected objected that 'she was neglecting (he
children at a time when they especially-needed
her. But no real
harm came to the Spanglers dur during
ing during their 12-month Sojourn in what
Miss Winsor apparently regards as
a typical American small town
during the depression year. ...
Talents and Geniuses (Oxford)
is the wrong book to lake into
exile on a desert island For Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Highet's most recent collec
tion of radio talks would torture
a reader isolated from other
works of literature and ort toward
which Jie would be drawn by Dr.
Trn radio listener (there are
more of us left than vou think)
familiar with theea short essays
on people, places and books
does not have to be told of High Highet's
et's Highet's skill in writing of both his historic
toric historic and contemporary times in
But for those 'who have not, or
cannot, tune in his programs, here
is the third collection of the High High-et
et High-et lectures in book form, a delight
ful series of short talks (about
eight pages each) on music, art,
characters, reading, writing, and
Art In Review
.. BY LOVE POSSESSED James
PEYTON PLACE Grace Metall Metall-..
.. Metall-.. ous
ON THE BEACH Nevil Shuts
RALLY ROUND THE GLAQ.
BOYS! -.Max Shu'man
THE WORLD' OF SUZ1E WONG
LETTER FROM PEKING Pearl
COMPULSION Meyer Levin
BARUCH: MY OWN STORY
Bernard M. Baruch
THE HIDDEN PERSUADERS
THE NEW CLASS -Milovan Dji-
STAY ALIVE ALL YOUR LIFE
Norman Vincent Peale
THE DAY CHRIST DIED Jim
NEW YORK ( UP) Stuart
Davis' large retrospective show at
the Whitney Museum shows this
highly original artist at his best.
Davies has two kinds of paint
ings in the show, borne look luce
posters, others like the work of
primitives. These resemblances
are misleading, however, for Ua Ua-view,
view, Ua-view, who is an accomplished
craftsman with an ironical turn of
mind, is a jester.
He enjoys playing tricks on the
spectator by making believe that
he is a slick commercial artist or
clumsy self-made painter from
The colors of his pusMr like
pintings are bright like neon
The shapes, abstracted from
such typical American sights as
movie fronts and gasoline pumps,
are geometrical. The process otl
abstraction has not deadened them,
however. They have no great in individuality,
dividuality, individuality, but an enormous vitality.
An irresistible rhythm bounces
and jolts the squares and circles
of this abstract world,. It vgener vgener-ates
ates vgener-ates an excitement that is as
meaningless as it is contagious. 1
The dizzy rhythm of thes.e pic
tures whirls around the eys even
of the most reluctant spectator.
Nothing is French in the art of
this adherent of the Paris school.
It is, as genuinely American as
Davies has many tricks up his
sleeves. One of his paintings. Co
lonial Cubism' apparently invites
the cultured connoisseur to laugh
at the expense of the clumsy A A-merican
merican A-merican cuhits. .1 f
At second look however.
'-'the-' painting reveals itsilf as a
reifimd cubist Canvas. The .table
turns. It is now the picture that
pokes fun at the snobbish con connoisseur.
noisseur. connoisseur. Ci ,k v
The "primitive'f work of Davies
features: citji, scenes1 and Ian d d-scapes.
scapes. d-scapes. XheV, 'reveal the jester's
serious mood. The colors are som
ber, he sights are dreary. There
is rio rush, no excitement.
The shops, doorways and boat
houses of the empty streets and
shores look like traves of a
strange race on a far away planet.
It is perhaps the strongest com
mentary on our days that to an
artist of the. talent, the sensibility
and the culture of a Davis, the
concrete world looks dead and
dreary and that he can find life's
ryhthm, joy, brilliant e elation and
vitality only in the abstract.
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For The Best In Fotos & Features
. It's The Sunday American
SUNDAY; NOVEMBER 1,0, 1957ir.
SOVIET RUSSIA CELEBRATED the 40th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution last week while ita
two eartn satellites span rouna toe woou.
SPECTATOR SEATS WENT begging About the mid- IXTTLE ALPHONSK HALIMI f France slugged his
die of the week aa prosecuting attorney Francisco way to a split 15-round deceaion over Mexico s Raul
Alnmla Jr. started bla nnened address before the Macias at Los Ancelea WdnMd n1o.t tn nanture
Rnutnik II'' was nroiected Into Its riove-clreling Jury at the trail of the seven defendants Involved In the Wolrd's Bantamweight Championship.
orbit by means of sources of power's Moscow the Jan. 2, 1955, assasstnattoa of President Jose A. Re Hallmi baffled his taller opponent with superior
said. A v; ';..' v mdn. boxing.. but both men falledto land anything ra rain
in rain the new satellite was sealed a dog, the world's Defense lawyers held whispered conversations, rest- sembling a knockdown punch. The Frenchman scored
first space passenger, along with scientific instra- ed their eyes or took frequent walks about the court often with long, looping Jabs and hooks. He opened
ments torecord and broadcast Its reactions as it sped building. Attorney Ramon Palackn. who Is defending several cuts on Macks' face,
at the rate of 17,885 miles an hour, 1050 miles above alleged triggerman Ruben O. Mlro, missed whole ses- Both of the judges gave the fight to Halimfr. but
toe earth r atons. v , referee Mushy Callahan had Mads In front.
Communist leader Mixrca B. njiruancncr uic tome newsmen ana pnuwsrimei uw .mm u numi im u,uuu ijlus rawsuy Mexicans jam,'
put in ineir appearance. ne ueicutuuiui sat nuuc
orator at a special meeting of the Supreme soviet,
the parliament. :
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Khrushchev boasted of BaadaNi ictif to se se-cesses
cesses se-cesses and derated the Carted States for Its slow,
nesa, He toasted also that Russia would overtake
the Catted States to industrial arodactien, tni
he called again far a conference of capitalist and -.
Coauaualst eoaaitries on warld Issaes.
- Marshal Radian T. Mallnovsky, the new defense
minister reviewed an impressive military parade. In
this, new weapons including two rockets, about 75
leet long, and numerous smaller rockets were cos.
played.) f 'i ' T.''
Th. unh National Assembly, the controlling
house of parliament, confirmed Felix Oaillard as pre
faced, all except Mlro who smiled occassionaly and
' yesterday perused a volume of the Civil Code as the
prosecutor summed up the government's ease against'
each one of the defendants. 3 ...
Bat the trial saddenly cane to life agate yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday as fanner cadet Jaae E.TeJada task the
stand at AlvaraaVs reaaest and again denied that
the aaaebiBegan identified as tb soarder weap-
an is the ane be and twa fanner colleagues said
to Mira. -, . -'
It feecaase even mere dramatic when Alvarada
asked far the aeajuittal af Telada's faraaer eal.
leagae Cam lie Gasisalea, wba the mraseeator said
nly participated la the sale at the weapon, bat
had nothing to aa with the assassaaatiam. ;
men into wngiey neid for tne bout. . and while a
carnival spirit was evident before the fight... Macias
gave his supporters little to cheer about.
Hallml was supposed to be the slower of the two..,
but he peppered Macias with his hooks and Jabs.:.
orten lanaing as many as live mows without taklr
mier after a J7jday cabinet crisis. The vote was 337. mured their approval of Alvarado's request as
to 17S. : : ::':' Angel Vrtelio de Oracla rang his bell to restore
. t ? ,-'. One da Alvarado nictuied th 4d vear old si
OaQlard heads a coalition cabinet based on the So Socialist,
cialist, Socialist, Conservative and Popular Republican, groups
which cordially detest each other and disagree ra radically
dically radically on all big political Issues. k i r
Gaillard's first act as premier Was to win Assembly
approval for a 600-mUUon dollar loan from the Bank
of France to get urgently needed cash for the trea treasury.
sury. treasury. ,1 J. i "'"' J' S;l
In the United Nations, Russia threatened to boycott
disarmament negotiations unless the present 12-natkn
committee was scrapped in favor of a committee
comprising all 83 members.
Unimpressed by the threat, the U.N. Political Com.
mittee voted 579 to 9 to maintain the present 12 12-member
member 12-member committee. The committee and Its fivemem
ber sub-comlttee, which conducts actual negotiations,
were Instructed to continue their work with Western
disarament proposals. Introduced at the recent Lou.
don conference, as the basis,
Syria continued industriously, with luke-warm sup support
port support by Russia, to keep alive the accusation that Tur Turkey
key Turkey threatens it with attack.
The latest: allegation was that unidentified planes
presumably Turkish were violating the Syrian
frontier. A border skirmish between trespassing Turk Turkish
ish Turkish troops and Syrian "public, resistance forces"
armed civilians also was reported.
la Washington, President Elsenhower and
scientific and military officials studied the hnatl-
cations of Russia's successes in the rackets and
ballistic missiles field. But it was indicated that
no Increase in the budget IhnH of S3 billiea far
' defense spending this fiscal year was; planned.
US. scientists today wrote off the" rash of "what,
nik" fightings as tricks of vision or mirages, but a
Tennessee schoolboy insisted an Interplanetary fly flying
ing flying machine landed outside his window and an ex.
1 convict stuck to his story of a chat with spacemen.
Reports of more strange, unidentified flying objects
zooming about the skies came from many, other sec.
tions of the United States and across the seas.
Some reports were taken seriously and Air Force of officials
ficials officials were Investigating, them.
Bat scientists said most of the alleged sightings
were tricks af vision, mirages and such. They said
the excited "spaceship spotters" actually may have
seea something, but the apparitions were likely
to be the bright planet Venus, stars,-or mirages
caused by natural weather phenomena.
While scientists kept cool, however, skywutchers
said they had seen "whatnUcs" shaped like cigars,
fishtails, saucers, a "big meat platter," and "the open
end of a' bucket,"
The most eyebrowraising stories came from Rein Rein-hold
hold Rein-hold O. Schmidt, a grain dealer and ex-con vlct who
Insisted he talked to spacemen near Kearney, Neb.,
and Everett Clark 12, who said spacemen tried to
kidnap his dog at Knoxville, Term. !v
Schmidt. 48. appeared to be weakening In his story
after intensive questioning by two Army intelligence
officers and two Investigators from the Continental 1
Air Defense Command at Colorado Springs. Police
said they also -turned up discrepancies In his story.
But Schmidt refused to back down entirely.
Schmidt, a native of Bakergfield," Calif ., drove into
Kearney with a tale that he had come upon a silvery,
cigar-shaped "space ship" outside of town.
Two men invited him inside the contraption, he
said, where he met two more men and two women.
They spoke English and German,- dressed in conven conventional
tional conventional clothes, and told him not be afraid Schmidt
said. Then, he said, their ship .swooshed off into the
Authorities half -believed there was something to
Schmidt's story until he was revealed as a former -convict
who served time in the Nebraska penitentiary
embezzlement, r :.- --.u y-.r. ; c'r
Police also, revealed that a can of greenish oil had
been found- ia jSchnitdt'st car, matching greenish. oil-.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER i0-1957
Gonzales covered bis face and went for Jov. Tears
also ran from the eyes of women spectators who mur-
(tee dav Alvarado nictured the 4J vear old Mird as
an unscrupulous man who could not be intimidated by'
mere threats of arresting his family or by m injec injection
tion injection of .the truth serum' pentothaL The next day
he pictured him as a coward who hunted down pres.
Ident Remon and shot from the darkness without
But Ex the end, the prosecutor asked the jury for
the conviction of Mlro as the sole assassin of Presi President
dent President Remon.
Alvarado also asked for the conviction of the other
five defendants as accessories.
With Alvarado ending up his first of two addresses
last night; Luis C. Abrahams, special prosecutor for
the Remon family against Mlro, will take the stand
five defendants as accessories, with the exception of
Mrs. Teresa Castro Suarez, who Alvarado said was was-only
only was-only a victim of Mlro's impudence.
Abrahams will be followed by Romulo Escobar Be Be-thanoourt,
thanoourt, Be-thanoourt, special prosecutor of the Remon family
against Rodolfo St. Malo.
Daring the course af the week, the court Is aba
scheduled to hear from the spekessaea and the
lawyers for Mlro and St Male and the defense
counsels of Alfonso F. Hyams, Tejada, Gensales,
Lais C Hernandes and Teresa Castro, although it
is believed that some af the Utter will not get an
opportunity to present their pleas until next
found at the place Schmidt said be saw the ''space,
At Knoxville, Everett Clark said he saw "a long
round spaceship" settle down in a cow pasta re
' r.Tfht oatstte his window today. Two men and two
women, talking like German soldiers la war
movies, got out, he said.
The 'spacemen" grabbed at bis dog, Frisky, he
said, and then tried to kidnap another dog before
they flew away.
Everett's lather said the boy "is not given to tell,
lng stories." And a newspaper reporter and photo photographer
grapher photographer said they saw "a peculiar imprint In the
grass," z leet long ana live ieet tnick.
Other reports of strange sky objects included:
James Moore, Pell City, Ala., said his car battery
went dead today and he looked up to see "something"
200 feet up and 600 feet long. "The ground was slight,
iy scorched all around," he said.
- Residents of four Centralis; Wash., area commu.
. nities said they -saw a brilliant white vapor trail
shooting from the ground to the right of the moon.
The sight started children In one family screaming.
An object the size of a small-sized football barely
missed a S-yearjold girl and landed with a whistle
and a thump In a -school-yard at Sunbury-on-Thames;
England. Authorities said the object, though
-not a meteorite, was "not of earth."
Two crewmen of a Coast Guard cutter which re reported
ported reported tracking a UFO on radar In the Gulf of Mexico
were taken to New York for questioning. Military au
thorlties also place some credence in an electronic
engineer's report that he saw an object which made
cars stop near the White Sand Proving Ground, in
A leading candidate for "most valuable" In the
tlonal League is more Interested In talking about
.Milwaukee's future. .3
,, Second baseman Red Schoendlenst says he doesn't
see any reason why the Braves can't repeat as pen pennant
nant pennant winners for several years. "We won this year,"
explained Schoendlenst, "despite injuries to key players.-
Also," added Schoendlenst, "we have fine play play-ersln
ersln play-ersln both Atlanta and Wichita ready for the big
. You've heard about the man who came to dinner dinner-well,
well, dinner-well, Bob Turley did Just the opposite last night in
The Baltimore Boosters Club was prepared to give
Its top award to the New York Yankee right-hander
who lives near Baltimore. Turley showed up two hours
before with his wife and discovered the affair was
stag. Turley thanked the officials, turned around and
Wal1 Mlt vrifh hia mif A frtanH mnwntti t.h a.
ward for "Bullet Bob."
"Come one, come all" is the challenge being made
uy we new oanaunweignc King or me woria.
Alphonse Balimi, who took the crown with a deci decision
sion decision over Raul Macias in Los Angeles, is heading back
to France. Before leaving, the champ said "I'll take
on anyone now. This was the big one. I might even
come back here If the right money is offered."
Macias said T just had an off night. J wasn't
the better fighter. The better man won. But I would
like another chance." ;
Macias probably could get that chance if he is
willing to go to France.
A Jack of all trades and a curve balling right righthander
hander righthander have been voted rookies of the year.
Tony Kubek of the New York Yankees, who filled
In at five different positions, was voted tops In the
American Teavne. And the Baseball Writers Associa
tion of America went for Jack Sanford of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia in the national circuit. Kubek was first on 23
of the 24 ballots. Third baseman Frank Malzone of
Boston received the other vote. Sanford finished first
on 16 ballots. First baseman Ed Bouchee, of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia received four votes, right-hander Dick Drott
of Chicago three and outfielder Bob Hazle of Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee one.
Sanford won 11 games and lost eight, led both
leagues In strikeouts with 188 and walked only 93"
batters in 237 innings. Kubek batted .297 as he was
switched from left field, to shortstop, centerfield,
third base and second base.
Right-hander Jack Sanford said be had expected
a somebody else to be voted the National League's most
valuable player. ;
Sanford, who lives a short distance from Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, said he had a "feeling" the honor would go to
Phlllie teammate Ed Bouchee, the first baseman. Or,
said Sanford, maybe to Dick Drott of Chicago. The
19-game winner said "It's a good feeling and I
hope those victories keep up for a few more years."
The already battered football legions of Indiana re received
ceived received another jolt.
Sophomore fullback John Meegan suddenly quit the
squad and school without giving any explanation.
Meegtn failed to show up for practice Wednesday and
investigation revealed his room was empty. Coach
Bob Hicks said it wasn't because of any disciplinary
action. Indiana has one win and five losses this sea season.
son. season. The plainsmen of Auburn remain unbeaten large largely
ly largely because they have the tightest defense In major
.NCAA figures prove that. Auburn has allowed an
average of just under 137 yards in six games. Georgia
Tech Is second with an average' of 165 and one-half
yards. Iowa is the toughest team to move against on
the ground. The Hawkeyes show a 66-polnt-two aver average
age average against rushing attacks. Georgia Tech has held
the' enemy air fleets to only 35 and one-half yards.
Isaac Logart the top contender for the vacant
welterweight championship says he will fight any
high-ranking contender for the title at Denver, Co Colorado.
lorado. Colorado. Logart's manager Eddie Mafuz says that
neither an opponent nore a date for the fight has
been set..-, but added that he and Logart have a-,
greed to stag the match In Denver.
Mafuz says that Denver fight promoters have as assured
sured assured him that any fight will be recognized for the
world's championship. :
1 Mafuz says that Logart would prefer to meet Virgil
Aklns of St. Louis. Akins is ranked second by ring
magazine and third by the National Boxing Associa Association.
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