The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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ftinobile and then leaped to safety herself today in a narrow
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The princess, on a tnira aay oi a quibt tisji. iov ueiKium,
J' i wai walking with her party through the market square of this
ancient city when a small Euorpean car drove straight at them.
Margaret swept np a youngster directly in the adto's path.
' She then Jumped aside herself at the ear braked sharply and
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- cams to a Stop alter graiing.
BriUsh 'detective accompa
- nying Margaret, Chief Inspector
Frederick Crocker, sprang for forward
ward forward to make fure the Princess
was all right. -. j 1
She smiled "her thanks to
" Crocker; assured ; Belgian police
' at the scene that she was un unharmed
harmed unharmed and then walked on,
' "continuing her sight-seeing tour
' 'of 4hli medieval city.
'. The fact that.tragedy- came so
' close to striking down the pret pretty
ty pretty princess damped the spirits
' ot everyone in the party with
; 'the, apparent exception, pt,:Mar:
garet herself.
, .'The' erscued Belgian youngster
'wandered off.
- Newsmen could not immedl immedl-'ately
'ately immedl-'ately discover his identityf-'-All
that was known was that he was
young, small, blond- nd -eager
to see the visiting princess. Sit
was thlS"eageft?oess,,that placed
him In the path o tiie utomo-
3-bUe.-v
' The d,r)yer- was' ldentilief .as
Miss Martha' Sels; 3T, an Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp secretary.-Miss Sels seemed
- am th wit, ot collapse when
' police- grounded, her stopped
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Or.'SI:p$fTounfcr
Oi ClrCi Control
Clinic, DiQd Today
tJOnKlNoI lngland, Oct. 2 2-(UPD
(UPD 2-(UPD Dr. Marie Btopes, one or
the founders of the worlds first
birth control .clinic, died todaj
at her vhome at Norbury Park
near Dorking, She had beepf ill
for some time.
Dr. Stopes who was in ner
..venttos went to Germany one
tear ago for treatment of an
nnw that she described as
caused by radio-active fall out.
She claimed that she had been
stricken by a rare virus caused
by radio-activity in the atmo atmosphere.
sphere. atmosphere. 1 ' j
Her books "Married Love and
Wise-Parenthood," published in
" 1918, and "Radiant Mother Motherhood,"
hood," Motherhood," that" appeared two years
later, were considered frevolu frevolu-tiorfary.
tiorfary. frevolu-tiorfary. "They laid the ground ground-'
' ground-' work for the first bin control
i clinic in the world -a- The Moth Moth-'
' Moth-' er's Clinic for Constructive Birth
Control in" London that .she
helped found.'.
She was' the'; daughter of an
snthropologlst ftnd, a widow of
the 'late Humphrey Verndon
Roe. She retained: Stopes as her
legal name.' ,,, ;
Dr.' Stopes was- i doctor of
science from ?London University
And doctor of philosophy from
the University iftOf Munich.' She
wi tha-author of two plays, a
novel and several books of
poems. ''-'.'xV- pf
Asst." Comptroller
Pays Second Fine
Iri jBalboa Court
Arthur John O'Leary, 47, asslst asslst-entf
entf asslst-entf comptroller of the Panama
Canal, made his second spoear-
1 sncet his week at Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court yesterday. 1
H pleaded guilty to falling to
yield the right or wy at an inter
" section and was fined $20 by Judge
John E. Deming.v
n'Learv first appeared in court
.' mi Monday when he; was fined
: $10, for driving without valid li'
mm ft ni atated that his .11
eeme had' expired in June and he
bad failed to renew it.
i H was also charged Monday
With falling -to yield the right of
way but requested that the case
V rnntimiert until veterdav. The
v charge arose Iron an accident at
the intersection 01 Kooseveit Ave Ave-Buff
Buff Ave-Buff and Gorgona Road when 0'
, Leiry's car collided with a -motor
cycle..1 s f'ft
Police said O Learv -was on
P,orsevelt Avenue and turned left
without yielding the right-of-way
. to the tmotorjcycle which was tra
veiling in the opposite direction.

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the path -of an onrusbinc auto-
ner ssirw, a woman was srmnr,
tered to the policemen. ,I did
not know it was Princess Mar-
"I thought It was one 'of
those tourists who are always
r hanging around the middle of
the street to take pictures.
" 'I am sorry It all .happened.' I
hope someone will convey my
sincere apologies to -the prin princess.",
cess.", princess.", i , 1
The police took.- down Miss
fiel's, license number, spqk to
her. briefly but did, notj reveal
whether any charges; would be
preferred. v
The 28year-old Margaret tnd
her party were admiring- the
medieval buildings of Bruges
when the incident took place."-1
De Gaulle Reathos
OrIcarisvilIer Sees r
Alolers Tomorrov
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OBLfiANSVlLLi:,' Algeria, Oct,
2 '(UPD-'U'remier Chsrles de
lout of Algeria wat caajr Herald a
new French policy desiened w ena
the four-yesr-ola rebeiiioiv, v
De Gaulle flew by Jet.;from .-Pa
ns, landing urst at uran. inen ne
flew to the village ot Tiaret i ana
then here. Tonight he will go to
Algiers and tomorrow, befort fly flying
ing flying on to Corsica.' he will make
a. major speech at Constantine.
The Premier- planned talks with
French and Algerian, officials m
Algiers. They hoped his, two-day
visit wouia maKe ine lurnmn puim
in the costly war against independence-seeking
nationalists. De Gaul
le began his tour with DC4 flight
from Oran to Tiaret.7 the- villa
which gave him a record 99 per
cent of its votes in last Sunday's
constitutional' referendum. v
ChauffeuMakes
Enaineer Boss
Walk ItHome
LONDON lUPIV-The five-tot-
tall chauffeur glared at his titled
millionair boss and said tersely.
"Either you walk home or l do.."
Sir Robert Mayer, ,the boss, a
79 yar old philan t h r o p i s t,
scowled -' back at chauffeur -. Bob
McConnell, opened the door of the
gleaming Rolls-Royce .end walked
home,?- is
"He was a "proter back seat
d-iver' McConnell explained to
newspaper, men. "Always com complaining
plaining complaining about my driving."! -..
.McConnell told Daily Herald Re Reporter
porter Reporter Brian Woosey the million millionaire
aire millionaire philanthropist paid him his
$28 a week wages and fired him
afer McConnell rode home in
style.- i
. Sir Robert cannot drive.
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BORDER LINE Panama traffic policeman directs traffic
Zone as helmeted Canal Zone motorcycle policemen look on
of the Natlonar Assembly's 1958-1959 sessions. .

General Hotors,

UAW Deadlock
Idles i75,000;
i, ; : f" i
DETRorr.Dct, (upi.n
General Motors- and the United
Auto Worker .Union failed to
reach an agreement before a 10
a.m. (deadline today ahd more
than ".275,000,GM employes left
their lobs in, plants across the
nation, -;.v 1
. GM. vice-president -Louis- a
Seaton- estimated' the strike
would cost the workers $5,000,
000 a day in wages, and that the
company also-, would lose, about
$5,000,000 a day,
JSeaton said- the company was.
Standing by its: Offer to1 give the
UAW the saine-, terms as were in
the Ford settlement 'which the
union praised When it reached a
settlement witn Tora.- v
The. union- Insisted there
were issues peculiar to GM
which must be settled, includ including
ing including short. work-week sched schedules,
ules, schedules, and differences Jn- wage
scales for the same work",
.The strlkinsr DM employes fia-
duded 25.00" members of the In
ternational &TJnion of Electrical
Workers tJE, which etlso fan
ed tOjTeaclr -an agreement ;be
fore th deadline. v.'
' GM and UAW negotiators
spent a total pf 19 hours over
the bargaining table during the
past 24 hours in an "unsuccessful
attempt'-to reach an agreement
on national conirtrci; oetwr
the deadline. ;" ' :
Some of the strikers left their
jobs, early, failing to report for
work when their shift began
this morning,
. .'5k I-5 -y i.
The UAW ordered all prepar
tlons' fori a nationwide strike
made well in 'advance and said
the local unions-were permitted
to strike at their local time, al-
thnn'ch this put some of them
,W-i:i.ttl3bef orf .the- "r aeadllfie
was reacnea an jjetroit wnere
the- negotiations were conduct
Ho Pojies, Please;
Elvis Ain't I!ulhinr
Biil A Douqhboy
RREMERHAVEN, Germany
(UPI) Elvis Presley csirrying a
duffel bag instead of a guitar, ar arrived
rived arrived here today with 1,300 lesser
known American soldiers and was
greeted by -more than 500 scream
ing German teen-agers.
American military police and
German police had to hold back
the rock-and-roll fans -Who tried
to get close to the singer as -he
disembarked from" the. transport
Randall.
This waf the first day of-autumn
school holidays, and the
youngsters turned out in force far
a glimpse of the SS-year-old pri private
vate private whom- they have heard on
records.
;. '. J: -
Anita Rochau even tried fo pre present
sent present Elvis a big bouduet of car carnations.
nations. carnations. She identified herself as
a "representative of R.C.A."
? n Artnv nff'"'-1 u I c k I y
.iimned inland declared Sternly:
"No flowers for Presley. Sol-
diers-don't carry flowers
Another, soldier was assigned o
nuke' sure the flower-bearer did
not "e e'vsee ough lo Elvis to
hand" him the gift
Pres'evwill loin the 32nd Ar
mored Battalion, a unit of .the 3rd
Armored Division,, at Friedberg.
A spokesman said he would be become
come become the gunner., loader or driver
of an M48 medium tank, 1

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'JET-PROP PLANJC SERVICE TO THE ISTH MUS was initiated yesterday with the arrival at
Tocumen of TACAi International Airlines "El Centroamerlcano." Shown above (center) is Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Krlete; TACA's-president withvlsltors who greeted the arrival of the new Viscount plane.
From left t orlght are: Javier da-la Ossa, TACA Manager, for Panama, Mario Facio, Director of
Civil Aviation of Costa Rica; Fernando Calvo, TACA manager for -El Salvador (both of whom
arrived on the Viscount) Cipriano Pan Rodriguez, Esso Standard Oil manager for Panama;
Kriete; Charles Howell, general manager of APA Fred Bryan, Esso Standard Oil; and Rlcardo

K.neie, jr., iaua BU'SHttn
ts ..ij,-t- iL-liftlSft-Jlfe
t.'svimsn f Iy1!:rlh
On TACA Viscounl
." -.
A irrnim nt Panama travel agents
left Tocumen t
U:45 a m, today a guests -of TA
CA International Airlines on its
flrif nhrttihrtund fiieht or tne new
iet-nrmi fservice inaugurated south
bound to. Tanama yesneraayft
The news and travel group is
flying as far as San Jose, Costa
TJion annorn rnp airlines hcw vit-
kers plane assignea as me v"s
"El Centroamencano. j
The flight was expected to take
only 0 minutes, cutting the usual
flying time to Sarf, Jose by about
An luruM due to' the cruising
soeed ofithe Rollt-Royce powered
Vicount. W ,.
. While pver 250 planes oi mis
model art in regular ervic on
world-wide air routes TACA s El
Centroamericano is the first and
as yet the onlv viscount irregular
service initne western neiuipucic,
Tii. iiw vlpe connects Pana
ma with San Jose, San Salvador.
r,,.(moi. ritv Mexico Dty ani
New Orleans, arriving at the last
wn rttiet; at 5:45 p.m. ena o;aa
p.m. respectively.
The
JnHs Bench
Rlcardo Martin, 35; Panamanian
was fined$25 by Judge John E.
Dkmlng at Balboa Magistrates
Cour1. today for trespassing at the
Diablo Heights Commissary.
at the border with -the Canal
yesterday during the. inaugural
-'', 'l

American Legion Seeking Law

ror vers Mas
The American Lerlon is to

children over the hurdle of paying; the increased tuition, fees in

uanat Zone schools.
The Let ion knows of at least
ami who are unable to ret an
.tone because tney cannot ai lord
.Department Commander Al

ference of department commanders at Indianapolis, where he

will brint up the matter. ?
"Wnen they crow up. these
for the draft, and perhaps to
said Gauvin., "Wo feel it Is the
ment to see that these children
Gauvin said the Legion knows
of one case where three boys of
a World War II veteran who
died some years ago are unable
to attend Canal Zone schools
because their mother, not a U.S.
citizen, cannot afford the tui
tion for, them.
The boys are honor students
and registered as U.S. citizens,
Gauvin said.
- The Legion knows of at least
12 such cases, apd believes there
are a great number more.
"We are going to seek legisla legislation
tion legislation to guarantee a free U.S. ed education
ucation education from the first through
the twelfth grades for the chil
dren of veterans of World War
I, World War II and the Korean
War,." Gauvin -declared.
Husband Told:
Prison If You
Beat Your Wife
Herbert Flatts must not, beat his
wife for a year. If he does he
will go to jail -for ten days.'
This unsual condition was Impos Imposed
ed Imposed by Judge John E. Deming at
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
when 29-year-pld Flatts :, and ,,hls
Wife Muriel Iganacia Flatts; 26
were both brought before the court
and charged with fighting one an
other. ; r ;v ..
l The fight took place at quarters
313, Gamboa
The' Judge fined them vo each
and sentenced the nusb&nd, to 10
days in jail which Will be suspend
ed during a -year probation; on
condition that he does not strike
his wife during that time. ; t
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CliGorgasJPatierit
Accused Of Havrng
Marijuana fThere
A G. I.: Jrom Fort Kobbe who
is in Gereas Hospital being treated
for diarrhea -was i charged at Bal
boa Magistrate's Court today with
geingn possession of marihuana
att he hospital, v, tvwr-'.
lie is James N. McCauley.v 28.
of 1st Battle Gronn. 20th Infantry,
frnn, Olft&ifAltef,.! .' Wo teas mA.
mitted to the hospital with lntes-.
tinai trouble on sept. 3. v
Judge John E. Deming continued
the cast until October 6 at 1:39
p.m-

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scnooung
seek legislation to help veterans'
12 such -children livlnr in Fan-
American schooling- in the Canal
the tuition.
J.'Gauvin leaves today ror a con
boys will be reauired to rertster
fight and dla for their country,'
responsibility of the US govern
get a US education,"
He said that the provision of
such education was not a char
ltable function of the Legion,
but a duty of the U.S. govern
ment.
CZ Cops Seek Family
Oi Panama
Killed By Liohfninq
Canal Zone Police appealed to
day for assistance in locating, the
relatives of Genairo Batista,; the
Panamanian farmfer. ivhnftWns kill.
ed by lightning while out on Mad
den Lake in a cayuco on Monday
It was established late yester
day that Batista had been strucK
bv liehtmne. Preliminary exam
ination of a 6 inch long would on
his right temple led police to spe speculate
culate speculate that a bullet could have
been the cause.
Batista was the' third person to
be killed bv lightning on the Ca
nal Zone this season the highest
numDer tor many years.
The only information Pti-ce had
about Batista is that he was born
in Santiago, R.P. where he lived
until about 10 years ago when he
went to live at La Vents in the
upper region of Madden Dam
Lake.
Anyone who can assist the Po Police
lice Police in tracing the relatives are
asked to forward their informa information
tion information to- Balboa Police Station.
27 Navy Employes :
At Rodman Losing
Jobs In Few Weeks
Twenty-seven employes at the
Rodman Naval Station both U.S.
and non-U.S. citizen will be -laid
off in -the next 45 days due, to a
reduction in budgetary funds, the
Navy announced yesterday. :
The (economy cut, directed by
the Navy Department in Washipn Washipn-ton.
ton. Washipn-ton. will affect employes in the
Rodman Supply end Fiscal De
partment. j
The first 30-day notices were ex
pected to go out next week. The
Navy said all of the employes
must be off the rolls by Nov. is.
" Navy officials said that ... every
effort will be made to find the
employes new jobs with other gov government
ernment government agencies in the Canal
Zona.

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Twomtsmberg of th oppoiition wen arrested eortyc;.

mis morning several nours oner eignr nomemaae cqmps; k
were expfodedin different areas of Panama City. lh
The two men, former Assemblyman Norberto Zurita
and Oscar Navarro, were arrested as they crossed the bor-
der from the Canal Zone at the San Miguel crossmgona.
of the points at which National Guard units: had jeen" -stationed
to search alt cars coming into, the. city.. 'i:,r'
Meanwhilethe first sign a split in the ranks of the
students came last" night when the executive body of the
Panama. University;. Students Union issued a communique
branding Jhe'stjike celled yesterday by the Students Fed- 1
efation as "untimely -' v-r
' -Education Minister Carlos Sucre has appealed to the-.
striking students to return to classes "no later than Fri-

day. ,
. Sucre warned that there was
a danger of violence and repeat
ed the charge that, the student
movement was being, influenced

'I an duideiHis j Tfaei&mA,. iAli,;e la a.m. today at they tnmn

its latest communique; has :
scrioea tne strute as succeasiuj.
They said it had the hundred
per cent support of public school
students and again cautioned
the students to stay at home to
avoid clashes with "government
elements." 1 ..
Spokesmen' for "the University
students, who are presently on
vacation, said they reserved the
right ;to join the present strike
only alter a general assemDiy is
held whenl University classes are
resumed.
The spokesmen "bfaiAded the
strike as f disbrg'ahlze'd.,
Panama's schools have been
closed Since Monday when
teachers' organizations called
a Walkout which coincided
with th two-day strike called
by the students federation
Friday.'
As the teachers strike -ended
Tuesday, the leaders of the high
schoofitudents called another
strike lo fieht for the "demill
tarizatlon" of the National
Guard among other things.
t.k. hlffht shortly after the
first bombs went off. National
Guard units began searching all
r-arti eomine into Panama City
from the Canal Zone and at. all
checkpoints within the city,
it was learned today, that Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone military authorities al also?
so? also? began searching vehicles -entering
and leaving at least two
military establishments on the
Pacific side, r .
A. VS. Army spokesman said
the military was Exercising
their tight to check all cars
enterinr and-leaving the mill-
tary reservations : at Curundp:
Huff And Fayrot
Give Management
Talk To
Th. latest In a series, of
lee
nf
t ... tha a fttlvitv. ftCOnCeDl
mica w 5
management, was; presenieu o? w
sccounUng policies ano proceauire.
suff of tie Office of the Comp
troller, yesterday at the BaiDoa
Theaer. . ...
The illustrated lecture on ca
vity, accounting was ; given oy
Maenner -mhit i '"
fo t,of the aecounung sian.
Tm session was organnea Fa
cially for the supervisory person-
nel of tne supply amsion.
attended by supervisors of various
uni s of that division. A simuar
lecture i will be given tne' near iu iu-tare
tare iu-tare for personnel en the Atlantic
Arrangements for the training
session were made upon recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of consultants recent recently
ly recently here on supply division acitlv acitlv-ties.
ties. acitlv-ties. The lec'ure is ur the nature
rJ an In.tra initio) POIirse to SC-
auaint personnel, with both' acco
ing and reporting procedures.
The meetine 'was attended by
Stenhen V. N. Powelson. acting
comptroller, and :T. G. Relihan,
superintenden of the sales and
sarviee branch.

Bpmbs

Harm
and lort Clayton.'

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- ? Aunia, wnoe arrest naa Been ,
sought since the discovery of an v
gi-tnTs-tiche InChlrlnnl and W. i

into. Panama City, in -a tehicle..
ownea by AssemDlyman Domin
go Diaz, Brother of First Vice
President Temistoples Diai who
is at variance with the adminis administration
tration administration of President da la Guar Guar-dia.
dia. Guar-dia. -Vv
It Is believed that Zurita and
Navarro hH hen hiding out In
the Canal Zone. j
The organizing committee of
the Civic Junta proposed vby
businessmen Justo F. Aroseme Aroseme-na
na Aroseme-na is scheduled to meet tonight
at a o'clock to lay the ground
work fox forming the organiza organization.
tion. organization. At the same hour, the 38 orr
ganizations which make tip the
civic committee proposed, by the
students is also scheduled, to
hold a meeting, at which It was
predicted that some .. students
would propoi" that the .rreht
student strike be called, off.
Three student leaders,' Bias if.
Bloise, David Acosta and tPedrer
Rivera, who Were arrested Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday nleht. were reportedly-?tiU
under arrest today. w.t;
, :s.-. '. .'Hmi:,
Panama Line Ship
Won't Be Idled
- (R
By Officer Stride
Panama Line shinlr will notba

directly affected by the deck offi offi-cers'
cers' offi-cers' strike which started la-New -.York-today.
' "' t
While- th strike is affecfrtg tl
major steamship lines and ttwiSfc r
cripple East Coast shipping mve -.
ments. it was pointed out "'ioday w
In h. r.n.l Tmu that all njtirmrm v

oi me ranama mnes iwo rmyt ,A
are government employisrr.jan4 s
therefore under eontract-ndt
strike. t f-A
t.--Sft. -.
The Anewrts due to arrive in ;
New York tomorrow and the Cris--

tobal is oa. her-waf back te 'the

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Bodies Of-27
RecoYered Froti"
Belgrade Mine
BELGRADE. Oct.' 2 (tTPD
The bodies of ,27' eoal vtiner
have been recovered' fronj 1 tho
poavis mina neanzaTecar a.n.er

disaster struck the pit; yesterday t
afternoon .j

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Spokesmen-for-' the ftUerblart
Executlve Cdpncll said there
were 188 mlnersnnderground
when lire broke out after an ex
plosion. One hundred and forty
slightly-injured have been ;. re recovered
covered recovered as well as the, bodies of
the 2T disaster dead, -vv.j'
Thf fate of the other 11 men
still trapped in poisonous sub subterranean
terranean subterranean gases under tons -pi
fallen rock is TmcettaJo,,

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
a u.. mr. fimM; hn told. Alcoholics Anonymous is not

Sir:

a temperance society within the meaning of the word si nee an
Alcoholic can never be temperate. It is. an orgtntoitton whose
individual groups, all over the world number over 200,000 people
who have thrown in the. towel in the battle with John Barley-
COf"up to that point, John had always come up smiling for the
next round. We could not win, so we quit.
As a group we are not fanatics. We do not waste time on
a person who can handle his or her liquor. We are neither
evangelist or crusaders. We hold no public meetings. We resort
to no high pressure tactics, solicit no funds for we are self self-upporting
upporting self-upporting within ourselves.. u u
"o--f o h. read other articles on Alcoholism

which appear from time to time in various newspapers and
magazines. to the person who' has read one or more of them,
rearitner i-mIItm) h needed the help offered by Al-

coholics Anonymous, but put it

us ask a question: Are you any oenei, uu wiik 1-1
from now? Will alcohol be any less of a problem? Will your
family, business and personal affairs be In any better condi condition?
tion? condition?
The answer is No. i
vm, rH thin Articl as vou did the others, but take

tock of yourself now and when the next article appears give
yourself an honest appraisal and see if you are just a bit worse
than you were. You will be, because alcohol ts progressive. You

re on the toboggan ana a looogsan rune i jm? u

Interested in the temperate drinker wh thinks he should ut

it down a bit he can flo tnat wixnous our new. e ic
interested in those who, although they knotf they must make
a fight against alcohol, have paved the. road over which they
may find it convenient to retreat if they wish.
We are interested in the man or woman who realizes he
or she is an alcoholic and really wishes to do something about
it; the person who never thought he could stop,, or the person
who-has tried to stop many times and 11??.
We are interested lh the person wtio wrnher t exchange
the .stumbline despond of alcohol for the vigorous confidence
drunkeness ; f6rniahtftolet,
sanity We do not always succeed, but we do succeed frequent frequently
ly frequently enough to believe we can help those afflicted as once, we
WC"you may get in touch with Alcoholics Anonymous toy writ writing'
ing' writing' Post office Drawer A, Diablo Heights, Canal Zone or box
lib. Cristobal, canal Zone. Aft

DIABLO'S DOCiS
I see where "C.W.P. (Mail Box, Sept. 29) Is happy and wants
to throw a bouquet to the "Society for the Prevention of Cruelty

be;kept on a leash jftwl Mea inmial lovers that have dogs
aria let them run should be shut up at Corozai with their pets.
I agree that no animals should be abused. I have had many
pets and have been fond of them. But they never ran the streets
as pets do here. You cannot walk along the sidewalk In Diablo
without watching where you step. Walk along any street there
and watch the dogs come tearing out as though to eat you. Ride
in the car and try to keep from hitting, the dogs that run at

me car. v. f: ., v. ...
There is one particular- nondescript cur that has a habit

of leaping out and snapping at your neew, vne ls 10 iry lo
stay on your feet. Try it sometime when a dog is trying to grab
you. .
One big police dog acts as though he had been trained for
the combat dogs of the Army. Walk past his home some eve evening
ning evening and out of the dark bushes he will leap with a growl that
scares the people that pass. If something isn't done about this
brute then action will be taken. y.-;
Across the street is a pooch that looks like a dust mop but
never misses a car or person that passes.
The same dog-ridden condition exists elsewhere on the Zone.
Wade through the dogs around the Balboa Post office and you'll
see what I mean. If these dogs are run over or poisoned their
owners cry tb the heavens. Anyone who poisons a dog should be
punished .but so should the owner that lets him run. He is as
bad as the killer.
. I do not blame the dogs. They do not know any better. They
are animals. I blme the animals who own the dogs. And so I

say to you who have been nipped, snapped at, or scared to death Two of Hoffa s advisers are ton ton-let'us
let'us ton-let'us "Society for the Protean of People agaitreto shewd-

Roamine Does

If you have ever read A. Conan Doyle's "Hounds of the Bas Bas-kervllles"
kervllles" Bas-kervllles" and want to relive that story, just take' a walk through
Diablo Heights some evening.

HEAD OF THE HOUSEHOLD
Sir:
It was about time someone stated the case of the American
woman employe who is not "head of the household," as "Bache "Bachelor
lor "Bachelor Taxpayer" did (Mail Box, Sept. 30).
After I was employed by the Army here it didn't take me
too long to realize that I was in effect "a second-rate employe."
I found out that because I was married and not "head of a house household"
hold" household" I automatically fell Into a catecory which exempted me
from most of the employe benefits enloyed by widows, divorc divorcees
ees divorcees and single women. Taxes, and all other restrictions of
course applied.
I found out in short order that:
I could only accure 36 days annual leave. Penalized because
I was hired locally. Of course the fact that it doesn't cost the
Army one red cent to send me back on free travel leave, pay
for my household goods, etc. does not enter Into it.
I am entitled to no medical attention. The privileged

'"'"heads of household" and .their
tidy sum for medical care.

Quarters. No responsibility to the Army, consequently no
cost to them.
Schooling. No responsibility to the- Army.. This case has
been well stated In "Bachelor Taxpayer's letter. No cost to the
Armv for mv children. .'

Now about the ereat concession. 'l 'Kjr been Kiven nost

exchange privileges 4n a left-handed sortof way." f have ihem
with a few reservations; I was told that technically my hus husband
band husband was not entitled to accompany me' to. the exchanges.
Since we are a family which shops together, exchange shopping
is out. ;'.''';".
Then too, I was told -my Teenage children couldn't be fur-

nished a privilege card In order

buy tne ticicetg ana .accompany members oi my tamiiy to toe
theater. Well; If you know anything about Teenage children
- parents do not always accompany them to the movies. So movie
privileges are also a joke; PX prlvlieges--.what a farce.
Now about commissary privileges. Here we really get the
business No privileges, period. Not even a mall' limited amount
ir Afforded the efnnd-rat etnnWe: But. the rtrlvUererf head

of household not only are given this outlet but abuse It by buy
ing for "their folks, tc. -who are retired or otherwise.
t So' you see discrimination doesn't always apply to non-citizens.
I m a second-rate employe even though In the long
i run I am the best buy the Army is getting lor their money. "No
. responsibilities for me at all. .. .'. V ',.;
-1 would like to see any firm in the States try: to get away
with making some" of their employes rflrst-raWwvl. others, be because
cause because Of marital status or where their house Is located, become
' eecorrate. An employe should be treated fairly lack of fair
treatment here is the reason for such poor morale.
, VM jhv Second-rate Army Employe

is e,
MM

MiMtltW if 4mm rke
off until he became worse, let
dependents cost the Army a
to attend movies alone. I must)

y VICTOR RIISEU
For more than a year now James
Hoif a has been jueeong secretly
won a mysterious New fork wat wat-eruuiu
eruuiu wat-eruuiu operuve. That man is Irv Irving
ing Irving Charles Velson, of many aLai aLai-es.
es. aLai-es. iit na. been charged during
i Senate Internal Security Com Committee
mittee Committee nearing with being an aide
of a Soviet mas r spy who acted
as liaison between the American
Communist underground and the
Soviet vecret police.
The Hoff a-velson conferences
have been held in New York
winch soon wiu oe'the setting .or
the urst meeting of the new Con Conference
ference Conference on Transportation Uniy.
In uie past. weeu i.u a nu am
aides have been making trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental telephone calls inviting
unions in land, air and sea trans

portation to that parley.
ine oi ineose invi ea is narrj
Bridges' left-wing International
Longshoremen's and Ware house housemen's
men's housemen's Union, the Pacific Coast
dockwallopers. In the long talks
with Huff a, the western lognshore lognshore-men
men lognshore-men have been represented by Vei Vei-son
son Vei-son except at the "summit"
meetings between Hoffa and
Bridges himself.
Thar can b.rw doubt that
that Hoffa-Vtln gabfaitt wr
hld. Confirrnatien conn warn
a particularly unimptachSlt
SAwrc in this Instinct. That
SAurcA I JamAt Hoffa himaolf.
Hia admission cam n
tioning by the McClollan Com Com-mitteo's
mitteo's Com-mitteo's rackot-buating Bob Ktn Ktn-nody
nody Ktn-nody on ha aftornoon of Sept.
H tastimony which has boon
Avorlookod by the public, but
which has national labor circles
butting.
They had not expected this. Hof Hof-fa's
fa's Hof-fa's admission came when Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy sprung a sudden uesun.i
inr the Ions duel which will bum
like acid through the history of
this decade.
Kennedy asked Hoffa if he knew
Irving Charles Velson. Hoffa said
he did. He said he had known him
for about a year. Kennedy quit
sparring and landed one.
"You've, jiau rnofe ,rs wi'h
him, have you not?" the commit committee's
tee's committee's chief counsel asked.
"That is right," Hoffa replied.
He also said the sessions were held
in New York.
- "That is in connection with the
association the possible associa
tion with Harry-BrKia or ni-
zatlon on the west Coast?" asked
Kennedy.
Hotfa said that was right.
Then Kennedy asked Hofia if the
Teamster chief knew that Velson
had refused, before a Congressional
prooing committee, to ai'M'r whe
tber he (Velson) has been or was
presently a member of the Com Communist
munist Communist Party; whether he had been
in secret contact in the Forties
with onf RorHdjSott,rOp Com Communist
munist Communist Party functionary.
Finally, Kennedy asked if Hoffa
knew that Velson had re I used dur during
ing during the same hearings o say whe
ther or not he (Velson) "worked in
the underground of the Communist
Party with Alexander S evens, who
also known as Jay Peters. Were
your aware of all that?"
After conferring with his counsel,
Hoffa said he knew no hing about
that.
"I havo no knowlod-- any anything
thing anything that Volson does oxcopt tho
discussion I had with him," Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa assorted.
Rotortod Kennedy:
'I thought you wore intorottod
from tho converse ions that you
have had before' this committoo
on prior occasions. .in whether
there waa any Communist back background
ground background on any individual with
whom you wore associated."
Hoffa said, "Thanks or the in
formation. I will takr f"-" o' it."
What surprised informed labor
circles was Hoffa's stra eeic 'ac-tic-1
error and incomplete briefing
revealed by me velson conferences
American Communist movement.
These are the so-called egg-heads
of the Teamos, vlce-preiident Ha Harold
rold Harold Gibbons and public rela ions
man and counsellor, Edward Chey Chey-fitz.
fitz. Chey-fitz. Both are formed CIO officials.
Both were in a position to know
that Irving Charles Velson was
ousted from the Marine and Ship Shipbuilding
building Shipbuilding Workers Union by its
president, John Grogan, for pro pro-Communist
Communist pro-Communist activities. The conclu conclusion
sion conclusion in labor circles is that ei her
Gibbons and Cheyfitz are not as
de'ailedly informed as they were
reputed to be or that they did not
know of the Hoffa -Velson whisper whisperings
ings whisperings for some curious reason.
Hoffa's testimony could well
crack the egg-heads in his desk
se
Their value to Hoffa stems from
their contacts with intellectuals,
respectable political groups and in industrial
dustrial industrial circles. -They can survive
being red-faced, over the parade
of big Teamo muscle through the
McClellan. Cofhmittee hearing
room. Bu' red-hued Velsons are
another matter.
KIDrJEYSmust
CLEANoutACIDS
Tour htt lea,ne eut exeeaa acid
id sotaonoua wait in your blood
through million o tlny delWte tub;
or filter In the kidneys, Whea rm
Invad the delicate tube And Irri Irritate
tate Irritate the bladder, making yu euffer
from the discomfort rssuitlng from
the infections, then you feel old,
tired, nervous and deprexed. Try
CytK and get Affective relief from
the Ailment., Cytx combat
Cerma, cleans eut exceea Aelda from
Idneya and bladder and soothes Irri Irritated
tated Irritated tius. Ak for Cyetex from
year druggist today and a how
Much better And happier you Will feel
gain. Get CyeteK front your druggist

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WORLD SERliS HIGHLIGHTS
tvnen uit xan&ec ana srayea
USueu 111 uie im nulla
teruiiy, it manced the beginning of
63 years of play for the fall cals
sic. in all Jia. ume, only six play players
ers players have hit grand slam homers
and oi Jiese, uve have been mem members
bers members of the Mew York Yankees,
'the lpne non-Yankee to reach the
magic circle was Elmer Smith of
Cleveland, whose bases- loaded
homer enabled the Indians to de defeat
feat defeat the Dodgers, 5 to' 2, in the
1920 series.
Kiki Cuyler, who hit .309 for
the pennant-winning. Prjates in
Via ana wno was tne herp in the
1925 series that ups4...a,;favored
Washington team,, tailed1 tJee Ac Action
tion Action against the 1927 Yakees "that
stopped Pittsburgh in four straight,
luster was ,tj.. on l'io ..i
bench throughout the four games
because ot a grudge held by .Man .Manager
ager .Manager Donie Bush.

How close can a pitcher come'Bobo's fa.her died. Although sor- TV contract with the GUlete Safe Safe-to
to Safe-to hurling a world series no-hit- i rowed, NewsoL, again took the y .Razor Company and NBC, an
ler? No one knows better thanlmounu in t.ieK.tii duie an blan. additional $3,000,000 was obtained

Yankee pitcher Floyd Bewens
when he was assigned the chore
of hurling the touin game of the
1947 series. Sporting a2 to 1 lead
going into the last inning, Bevens,
whose freedom in dishing up bases
on oaiis iea ,o tn lone Dodger
tally, was one out away from his

no nitter when he walked -CarliU nis equally grief-stricken bro- "e "gamsi vot raimes, mana mana-Furillo
Furillo mana-Furillo and Pete Reiser. Pinch hit-1 ther in the second game and ;9M Carngan apparently had
ter Cookie Lavagetto, now man-.brought St.-Louis its only victory, httle confidence. in the rookie who
ager of Washington, took Bevens to 3. in the series which the om' anpe?ranci..o tiie nox. score
first pitch and crashed a double Yankees won, 4 to 1. was as an unsuccessful pinch-hit-
for the first and only Dodser hit' .ter,-This also was, the series in

. T
wnicn arove across ihe tying and
winning runs.
In 1934 when Dizzy Dean won"
30 games and his brother Daffy
copped 19, Diz apprbach'-d Grant-
lanu Kice. tne in e n o m ..
can sportswriters and urged him
to intercede with Manager Frankie
Frisch so he could pitch the entire
series against the Detroit Tieers
Granny was a bit amused at the
request and said "You can't wjn
rour straight games, Diz replied
with a straight face, "I know 1
can't, but I can win four but of
five." Diz did however win two
of ihe three games he started. Bro Brother
ther Brother Dafty won h s two s. r
That was the series in which Duc Duc-kv
kv Duc-kv MedminV '"?snrrWfJ he""'1'"'
by CommissionerrLandis to avoid
os?ible injury to the Cardinal nut.
ielder who was showejred with!
fruit, vegetables and other missiles
u u uatl?n for h,s s'ahing slide
wmch bowled over Detroit thifd
naseman Mairv Owen.
,. u,
Dreams akin to a little boy's
vision of fame and fortune come
also to the freshman .manager of

c,u, r Fms or w'"-1'0"
ning ne Pennant in his own lea one

" ,nierUth,: W6rl1 Series, Bak
in 1946 Freshman manager Eddie
uyer of the St, Louis Cardinals
fi u lIl0St, an- Better,
stni. be made them all come' ?rue.;
Jjyer drove. the, Cards, intj a sen-i
.stion.1 playoff, the; firsin over
the Dodger, Facing himtJn the,
eneS WII Ih flWPSnmft nnurw ..P
Ted Williams and the Boston Red
sox. Nevertheless, .Dyer's under-
;fn .. W the. cham-N
K'"iiiu. iimuu ra ioc series
was the seven h' game in which.
with two. out atad .the score tied

in the eighth inning. County a revolve and pornographic Ht Ht-Slauehter,
Slauehter, Ht-Slauehter, now a Yankee, scored erature. V T i ; -'-'!'.'
all the way from, frst on Harry Police said V Mulroy had" been

head.
Casey S'engel, the winningest
scored hi greatest triumph as a
base runner when be played for
lohn McUiaw h ,wt- v,.
n h 1S3 ,"hr, f"ev
ped up to the plale in the ninth
inning of the firs 'game. 1 there
were two outs and the score tied
1-4. Casey worked 'he count to 3
and 2. Bullit Joe Bush whipped a

(fast ball down the alley. Casey
got the fat part of the bat on it
ana siroxea u to leu ceni&:. xan
kee outiielders Bob Meusel and
vvnuey wilt racea lot ine baa. as ;
a utiud: otciiu. :.jau,t.. tA

base, Yankee infielders heard him prcticauy urove Meitey Cochrane
muttering "Go on, Casey! Go on." mad as he doVe head-Lrst ih sieal sieal-His
His sieal-His legs were fading as he round-! ing five bises to lead the Gashouse
ea third in running his home run Gang to a world championship. He
home. His legs barely held out as also batted an even .500 with a
he slid over tne plate in awkward homer, four doubles,' seven singles,

tasnion as cauuvi'
made a futile effort to apply the

tatv.iua, wgs tnei. couapsecL..4lBervuittv( uai Jptioiea a peunaut

wouian-i carry mm out tor .ne iasi
half of the inning, His place, ia,
csntpr field was taken hv Rill Ciin.
ningham and Casey sat out the re-1
nincham anri I asev sat .nut thp re.
maindet- of the nmaum the henoh
with McGraw.
Personal tragedy hat mnre than
once touched contestan s in Series'
nlav. In 1940. a few hours after
Bobo Newsom of the Detroit Tia-
ers hung up a 7 to 2 win over
the Cincinnati Reds in the onener
ed the Reds, 8 to 0. .Again in
1943, only a few at the Yankee-
Cardinal series were aware that
the father of Morton Cooper (St.
Louis oituhwl and nis hat'erv
mate brother Waiter haH riioH nn
the morning of tht second game,
stilinc his crief Cmtne, nitoh.H
p r-i
,u

imruvn, iaiuuui incim ji .u. or-ricuucut ,iu iucuu

yiuyuit neiu yesieraay ne win oe
shooting for new records that he
Testahlished i : 157. The Yanke
ctcner inscribed five new marks
ra recoru doohs last year,
Tney were most games, 54, in to-
tal Series play; 'most games wi'h
0De club -5-' in ttal Series play;
most ,s u
i0De cluh,,55; nyst games caught
" l ''"V" n'ay 54 nd niost
Series played, 9.

Chicago CppSekingloe
Friend Of IqdM

.'
rUTP Aflrt -YTTPT inthnfl'Us
sought a platinum blonde .oday
i for questioning in the death of a
-mystery man-who-poll aaid
may have been involved inta Mce
and prostitution ring.
'
The body of Robert Mulrov. 36.
formerly of Wheeling, WA'a.; was
'.-"i ,',,J -leneafi' a
heat tit Hriiunr, fnllnmlnff fire
in his; luxurious four-room. apart-
ment. ; ;
An inques; was" scheduled 'for
this morning in aiteffor' to learn
the cause of death. A nrellminary
investigatic Indicated heauf-
focited dou
A search of the purtmenC-wblcli
ho' flrAimtari ItU lit a j.Ak1latat
wife. Jeart. 26 under the aUasjof
Rober Miller, turned up two no'e
books containing the enamel : of

nunareaa1 ot Businessmen airomaOTAsa, m.w"t.m !"t
girR about J.OOO pills-, believed to io lu 'covered r with ruga am
be "goof alls,"a mUd narcotic, pfflows sV :

with vice Jnves'iga'ions once on
suspicion of, taking money from
For the Best
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in. news and ent.ertainment
f;:;?iiH.O.eSY:C.Ni:

40 PANAMA

- One of the most colorful starts
of v orio Series play was a brash
rookie by ihe-naiue of f euDer itiar-

tin. iviiany sprwwiikes ttvun wui
with vir.ualiy,. stealing the 1931-se
neS irom Connie MacK A'. He
scored Jtive runs 1 and batted m
five. The "1931 team .was the last
winner a
-, .. , r
- -, t S
ine 108 aeries IS' expected 10
top the1957 classic in the money
.deparvment, which has been term-
ed ';'JthAyiche.sLi.ieri..veta.At-
tendance,4 f6rlanke?aei
games last year otaieo 34,tiz,
nearly 5,000 ovef the previous rec
ord set by the Yankees and Dodg
e" in 1947.. Another high, was sett
m gate receip.s $2,475,978.94
after taxes. Under a new radio-
of which 60 percent wenV into the
Players pension fund
' Babe Ruth, who as a rookie led
the American League pitchers in
1915 with an 18-6 record and helped
the Boston Red Sox win, the pen,- J
nant,, wasn't allowed io start a I
4U. T,L!ilt II
wmcn vroourow vrusun occmne uio
woria series ana tarow out tne iirsi
ball. It was in the second game of
the 1916 series, that Rulh was per-
mitted to take his turn pn.-the
mound, rms turaea. our to ne tne
longest m series history,, 14 Innings,
wi'h Rtfh blankinft the i Dodgers
after a first inning homer by Hi
Myers. He won 2 to 1. When e
Babe retired from the sport,-tie
. had clouted 15 homers In 10 series,
a record which still exists today.
O' V1' ''' ' ."n ; ' i-1- -'V-, i
- nn. lli,t. .'ti.!t: 'M.
. victed. .v
- The notebooks contained the
-aaiBes:'f'-moni.4aian 400-tiiainna'
men across- the naUon, detectives'
said,- and the names of eight ; girls. I
jCoded notes -denoUng dates and
' sums bf monev wer founu' wufli
i th wmtir'-:. rK?i''rri II
Police, said they learned Mulroy
all urea iokmiiI inirtmin' aiith
beautiful blonde who could not be
located? Th registration on Mul-
roy 's; white TCadillac listed the ad-
dress of the second apartment,
'I.&lKitnyt-': ,9&
;Jilra.:MulroyCtold i authorities
- iaa:)eeii'.l4ainbler. tnd: oiurtbook
Anaarafsw Im rM nu:.
., : She said Jh was at the home
of a friend when Multoy teleho"-
ed -, her yesterday and $. said, th

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vIWt!.'V''
.1090 COLON

WASHINGTON Robert Mont

gomery sat in the Colony Club
Restaurant In New York on uit
evening Sherman Adams bowed
out of the White House over tele television.,
vision., television., Montgomery goes to Wash Washington
ington Washington to coach Ike oa bis TV ap appearances,
pearances, appearances, but he didrnot coach
Adams. m ..v.
Nor were any of the Hollywood
experts whe spent a whole day
coaching Vice President Nixon be.
fore Ins TV explanation ot the
personal expense fund around to
coach Adams. : :rf-:.
When Adams sat down in the
White House to '-.write bis state.
ment -before the :n Congressional
MmmfHuv. k. i ... m -nn I A
None of the White House speech-
writers wno grind out statements
in record time on :t any and all
subjects was on hand to help,;?
' He played a lone hand in run.
ning the White House and tie
played a lone hand in defending
nis -reputation.- ...- ,. '.nrjs-
-He was not In on th man an-
'proaches Inspired by thePresideot
to rind .pm& job. Some 20 corpor corporations,
ations, corporations, educational institutions, and
foundations 'were : approached to 1
give Sherm a job. There, were no
takers. . - -r 'x?: ---" :i
So there Wa i something a' little
sad about the .v Adams .bowed
out weary ; stubbornly -Insistinfii
that he was innocent, 'and very
much alone. ; s
One reason It was sad was be'
cause Adams' eift-receivincr had
been meagre compared with that
of his chief. Perhaps that was why
me rresment never did actually
sk for' Adams' resignation. GOP
Chairman Meade Alcorn did the
asking. : : r.
Eisenhower in his heart must
nave -felt that hit assistant did
nnthin? more than he the Presi-
aent in fact, less.'.
ARABIAN RING
. Eugena Black, president of the
International Flank r nernntimr.
tion and Development, was travel traveling
ing traveling in Saudi Arahis when.' King
Saud prjsenled bfm with various
eifts,- including a jeweled ring for
mvs. oiacK. ;
Whfn he retnrni'd to. Washin Washin-ton,;BIaok
ton,;BIaok Washin-ton,;BIaok realized that the ring
ws rv"" vaina'e : inn hit vT'e
the Arabian ambassador, sskin!;
Whether- -it wonl ht CfinifeeH
an affront lo the Kinj If the ring
wrre xeturnerl
' I am afraid,' replied the Am Am-hnssador:.
hnssador:. Am-hnssador:. 'tnat this would be bad badly
ly badly received."
Bhck 'len went vi his lank
hoard- explaining his prp'licament'
R.nrtvakin iti ,ift"i! flu. mn
decided-t!vat he thould keep th
mature. f Kln Sm-l'.the civ-i
sworfl and the Ar.inijin rob
inre. thev Vr .ot valimhle lnf
that he should deposit the ( Tin
viththe nk, Dv v as o
be done when the Arnbisn ambis-J
saror MWCiwl' M Het llaol
and asked what had happrned.
pi'"s "vuHineo.
'In that esse.- said Hie Amhsa.
Bor, "you might as well return
it."
Airs. Black did.
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Freei one quarter-karat diamond for holders of
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Hont of the' many" gifts receiv-
ed by the Eisenhower lamily iiom
foreign potentates has been either
returnea or aepositea in the State
Department as required by law,
j MOST fXPENdlVK GiFT
Current gift-giving ,to .the White
House began when one oi Ike's
aides suggested to American Air- -lines
. that the President i admired
a .portrait i of "Custer's Last
Stand" painted by Harold von.
Schmidt which hung"' in the -air
lines' Admirals Club." The airline
promptly sent, the, portrait to Ik
and for some time it hung direct
ly facing his desk.
i American Airhnel, the biggest in -'
the USA, does all sorts -of busU
pess with the government, has all
sorts of. problems before the CAB
and CAA. When innuiries were
made at the 'White House by my
staff resardina, the picture, it sud-
denly disappeared. v

-Most expensive gift of 11 to thA
cuennuwers is, vne socauea "Ma "Mamie's
mie's "Mamie's cottage af the Aueusta Solf
Club. Though called a4,cottage,"
it is one of the: most luxurious e. --
tablishroents at the Augusta Golf,
uun and no newspaperman hag
eyer been permitted to inspect a- Y
nythine except the downstairs liv living
ing living quarters. .,...,. f. ,r
, However, those who built the
cottage estimate its cost, includ-
425(1 nnn
The. money was raised "bv" a
group of businessmen who also
HIV iniMrtinr nw,V,1&ma .
Their influence is credited with
the Eisenhower-proposed tax law
RIVJ"? soecjai cnnnns .tn Atnrjc
market Investors. Chief money raia -'
er for th coHa ws CHff Rob
erts, of the New York investment
firm. Reynolds and Co. ,.
Helen Worden Erskine, 'who :
made a study of the"cottae,.",rf
Mnn. : tkf 1fl.Ai,M,k 4-1. firuj..
House officially describe it.a a
'si-rnnin eahtn tha Itiillillfiit
."it fled in Augusta showsit ha ;
19 rooms and six bathrooms, with
a. eventh addert later nr $50,000.
The cottage has radiant heat,
dnof locks costing 16 cfi -vo
giant TV sets, air conditioning, in indirect
direct indirect lighting, a barber's chair.
a model kitchen with double sink,
food freezer.- electric '' dishwasher,
and two stainless steel ranges.
All' the furniture wss. nsid for bv
the little, group of Wall .Street do. :
nors,, J

President, .built a cottage at Ra-.
idanVa., for1 summei;-, fishing, !,
hjif b"id for We 'lumber'anl nils,'
ibimself, though government laboi"

w usert, ,
, Franklin Roosevelt 'enWed a
cottaee fit Warm Snrines. G..
though it wa s built, -py. the Wa,trti ,
Sprints Tounddtion' "before he be
came President! ;

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" FENESTKATION AWAJID Archftect Ernesto de 1 Guardla III, received the Miami Win Window
dow Window Fenestration-Award 'Irom Sidney C. Kusworm Jr.,; president of the Miami Window orp., ior
SSSSr&tSOgVtn palace-during a luncheon offered by the local firm at Ho Ho-C
C Ho-C -tSjiJidUwwi'W to r.) irving H. Bennettpresident Bf the m

cal 0, and the architieet father;; President Ernesto de la Guardla Jr.

New Record: Under 55 Days

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Iraquis

Big

Distribute Plts

tod Jury Indicls

Woman For Murdsr

Of Drug Executive

mmANAPOLlS.' Ind. (UPI)

Mrs. Connio Nicholas. 42. central

figure in ttoe slaying of wealthy

dru firm executive r arrest ivei.

today wit indicted on a first de-
1 -u....- -.!

ine erana' urv ". accused the

nrettv divorcee of "malice afore

thoupht" in the July 31-.. shooting

of f eel, who she said' loved her
ior 15 years before he left her for

another woman. k; f

No trial date has been set

Teel, USn executive of vthe-.EU

Lilly pharmaceutical firm, was

shot in hisi expensive car near
the apartment of Laura Mowrer,
29, a former Lilly office worker.

Mrs.' Nicholas is still under po police
lice police euard at a hospital where she

is Deine .treated for: paralysis' of

the right arm. She aamittea me
sbootine after she; was found- un

conscious fvonV' an over. A. , ui

sleeping pills in her parked car a

tew mues trom ine staying scene.

.. Teel. found wing .in bis car,

refused to tell police- who shot
binu Attorneys .for Mrs. Nicholas
indicated she will plead, self de defense
fense defense on the theory that Teel was

snot during struggle5 tor 'gun,

BAGHDADl. Iraq (UPI) The
Iraqi government, following the
lead of the United Arab Republic,
mo ed'topy to br-1- un..'t'".
land holdings and dif"Tibute small smaller
er smaller parcels among the peasants'.
. The announcement followed dis dismissal
missal dismissal of Abdl Saleiti Aref' as
deputy premier and minister of

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The 'nu ,rine ever built, completed i!s 54th

(...xuxM sulimarine" Seawolf tlay submerged at 11:45 a.m- e.a.t.

has- set wni&i world record by, Tuesday. ...
.hniopoxri tnr 55 davs He said it is still ebms strong,

and ia i still agoing strong, x it was completely independent of the
disclosed todavv earth's atmosphere. Counting

l,iWt?nP-'ubinerged record, set las May
aS-efSluut by.eclear.pow.ea Sk,

in nil i-eeord that other na- "" ".Tj" u the interior.

j IT" ".Vj j' j r itit in tenner me riesiueiii iiw-.uk;
( tons, would find mighty hard to j h ddm l
beat'-;-';-.-:! -: .-r. s'-Srtlli, wi he Seawolf s record : Premier Abdel Kenm Kassem

eCond hucjear powered subma-M ia "w fpn miles "he public jner' and appoint.

" BurU i hal' maintained a speed ed him amhas,adW to, west uer-
of 20 knots, wtich ie presumably mai?y v.
is capable of approaching, it could : Ak ha(J been f() coun

nave, coverea enougn nu ( w f making speeches in favor of

equ?i Qlsia"CB uuu v"c unity with the U.A.R. and eulois eulois-world
world eulois-world at .he equator. ing p,res!dent Abdel Comal Nas-
,The Seawolf submerged on iu ger , crowds had cheered him
record run at 11:45 a.m. e.d.t. ..j a Nasser,
Aug. 7.
mi T J j it: C ...1 4

ine mvy sam Karsem aim removed two of
commanded by Cmdr. Richard B. A f folnwPrs Development
T nrn rt An rf A rrt hnrpt IO le Jr..

aii.us. ui. '.. Minister uad Kl Rikbv and Ed-

owra uig iu .ne uui-v nufluuw uu ucati0n Minister Jaber Omar,

win return iu vtevi uuiiuun. uuiiii..

Emmanuel Baalist
XliilliliiW?

Members 6f the Emmanuel Ban-
Usti' Church i willihold their ; f'rst
rhurch Family Lovalt'; -,

. T - 'A Will ICtUlU IU ilCW UU11UU1I. UI
r"!Tbw, M the home of Mrs. Ana i t dt nPXt Mondav
i ictK ctof ,r in Ahaihi81 P-.m- next jvionaay.

at ,7:30 .pAuffe -, :
Special' speaker at this dinner
wH:,b -the -Rev,' R.. G.iVan Royen,
wperintendenU .H0mftv s i n.
, Vr&, Sflte'asCppx-.

the members pay tri-,

mite; w i;naries ayne. wo

TTaeBflni woo tnnivn in V o rial".

Eisenhower's announcement was -v,j h Arofc inniaae!nrt tills

me latest in a wies naiung ms- ror cncer jie, with the U.A.R. but
tone accomplirhments of Amer- ha. dicl -no Rtor. Kasem from fol fol-lca
lca fol-lca s nuclear submarine fleet. iowing the U.A.R. lead on land re-

wo?:; ,a,0In,c W?irea snip,. Unrter ,he new iaw. ownPrshin

f.na;.l Kate crossea over ne 8 restricted to ?0 acres of land

iwrm roie wniie cruising .unaerrriBaW hv rivp- wtr and twice

me Arctic ice cap. that amnmiHrrioafoil fcw rainfall

rbttWIiW depart, to the y-m' zur

! ,TT?l"1't)rt,se' Wat : was when the Seawolf I

.i

, cundav ; will Be o b.s e r v e d

tsledge'-DSy" arid' the acffvl-i

tie-' m dy -jncluae:; ..,,
9:30 a:m?i?Sunday; School H1
a"s llrOQs'm. Morning Wor Worship)
ship) Worship) p.m. Baotist Traiim U-p"'!-
"130 'tJ.fh. Evening Worshfp.
Immediately -after the Eye""
v'nfw; rhe brdinante' of the
Lord's Supper will be observed.

T;hp Navy said that. 11:45 a.m.

BiaDnstvrMefitinq

Mondqv At Pqraiso
Malt members of the Central
Panama4 Bntifit Association will
attend' therFir'st Baptist C"rch
Panipo' ;6n 'Monday at 7 p.m. to
participate' ih ah execV''"!-.
ing to discuss; 'plans and elect ofj
ficers for 'the "church's hew year.
At 'i a Program, will be
fawed wiM Wnfesentatives f"oi

rHqnV:.rlvi'v: Prf; isthmian,

Emmanuel, "and The First Baptist
of .Paraiso, 1 Taking part
on the program, will e men only;
but the;public; is invited.
' -""' -iiv'' '' '
Other churches In the associa association
tion association are elisible -take part n the1

exuUve-fnteetfhgnce their male

membejcjiryoyer 17

officially pepor ed o the Nayy on

its submerged operatiws.
maiintairied officially that the Sea Seawolf
wolf Seawolf was hot at'emoting a new
submerged record but was merely
cogged in "routine environmen environmen-taf
taf environmen-taf es s."
The Seawolf -carries a crew of
about 100 men .and was commis commis-s'oned
s'oned commis-s'oned ,,in March, 1957. It is a
3.2fi0-ton vessel and 337".feet long.
ig;he only submarine pawered
by a' liquid' sodium cooled reactor.
AH 'he others use pressurized re reactors.'
actors.' reactors.' ii .' -4'i

Iff

; aid- a.'i.

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received:
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CATALOGUES
Volume 2
MORRISON'S
4th of July and J Street

roy-To.ffsto67ft .Severo

MissWBaWiMfiNATO:

ROME .(UPl) itaiy;will es

tablish a "limited'" number ef
American in jrmediate range mis

sile bases on its soil, the govern
ment announced tonight.' r :
Italy thus joined Britain as the
nnlv twn members .of the NATO

alliance .io accepV a United Stales

offer to insiau nuciear-warueu

missile bases on their territory ior

UVlVUBVl t j

' Th Italian bases were expeciea

to be armed withVtWe JUpi-j

l7 mwaiics.,

Defense Minister T ami "Deputy

siles would remain in Amerjcan-
hands and could be fitted on th
.missiles nly on orders tram;
Washington. Italy would control
the missiles themselves.
"
The same "two hands on the
trigger" plan applies to the Amer American
ican American bases in Britain, ; which are.'
being fitted with Thor missiles,.
v The United States offered all
.the NATO allies missile bases dur.,,
ing the NATO summit conference
last December. .,

France and West Germany,;,

premier Anton o Mgm mwow ng NAT0 leaders shied away
the agreement to parliament. He v,a.. ni

said the bases would be "Jimi ed
r l a. .4 i .'-J

in number, but refused to give fur
ther details. : :

CHARLES BROWN, a civilian employe of the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Ordnance, upon retirement from Federal service, receives
congratulations from Col. J. C. Nickerson Jr., ordnance chief.
Brown who has more than 14 years service with the. VS. Gov Government,
ernment, Government, all of it with the Ordnance section, Is a citizen of
Panama? living at Quarters 523, 18-20 CentraUAyenue, Pana Pana-mi
mi Pana-mi City. He was a packer in the shippings-department of the
section : (U.S. Army Photo)

from accepting such bases, and
the Soviet Union chimed 'in with a
series of warning notes to the sep separate
arate separate NATO powers.

Replying to .previous Russian, The note,., -n sp ;e w
Albanian and Jugoslav warnings country could be turned
against such bases, Segni saTdhto a "graveyard" in any future
there should be no cause for wor- huclear war.
ry "in view of the defensive na- .. ....
ture" of NATO Sources said that the Italian
"ti.. "'iif-K missile base program would pro-

j deterren. against aggression,!' said ytlde Ame"cn c,rewLtot fil I
Seeni i Italian personnel now taklng"-

should help East-West negotiations 4fcinfetw,J?10.S7VwnHT
oif disarmament inr "alri.mpnt I the first m!SSlleS WOllld be de-'

livered. Press reports nave men mentioned
tioned mentioned dates any time between
next December and March.

HOLLYWOOD. Oct.' 1 (UPI) -!

Actress Anna Kashfi, complaining

of Marlon .Brando's' ''indifference
and neglect," last night disclosed
her intentions of divorcing the

moody actor. ,v

The dark-haired, sultry beauty

told her close friend actress Pier

Angeli that her decision was final
and conclusive." She had rented
an apartment and moved out of
Brando's hilltop home because he

was never there."

Miss Kashfi's decision to divor

ce Brando came just n days
less than a year since they were

married in a surprise ceremony

The announcement of divorce
also came on the actress's 24th

birthday. She took her and Bran

do's four-month-old son Christian

Devi with her to Jicr new home

At the Brando's fish 1 0 n a b 1 e

home which appeared deserted, a

note on the door read:
"Please If you have not pre

viously arranged to come here do

not under anv circumstances dis

turb this household, po not con consider
sider consider yourself or your purposes ah

exception."

Asked about reports of trouble

between Brando and the actress
Miss Angeli. who is havine m',):

al problems with singer Vic Da-

mone, said:

"Yes, it Is true, Anna wants a

divorce. She called me tonight

and told me about it."

Congress Will Hear Charges
Probers Go Hunting Headlines

w a QHTTM rVTON (UPI) The1 denied the charges, asserting that if ac Jf"?. V?' ??ibed
Sifan S the subcommittee it is impossible to inv,, ?e "P .. """bsUnUaUy c

o u- -..li...n.. courses at Fort Bliss. Tex.

ip. There was no indicaiww when

on disarmament since "agreement I

is tar easier to reach on an equal
footing than through, appease

ment.

The bases, combined with those;

being established in Britain, would
place all of western Russia, the
Middle East and the east Euro European
pean European satellite nations within the
1,500-mile range of the Jupiter
missiles.
The Italian bases were expected
to be established in areas of the
Alps and Apennines.
Kecen -I'-in trs reports
have said Italy would get two

squadrons of 15 Jupiter missiles

chairman

ITIUVM'

casesam y?"?,

ca a ederai ouicuu. w'---.

charges that congresu.
Jtt Js -eneaged in headline hunt-

fng and scandal mongering.
Ihe congressman, Hep. Oren

Harm v;-' .v.. vAra

John W. uwynne oi "-7"
Trade Commission, who aired the

charges last weeK, pp-'i"V
changed his mind since last June
.:-. .iH nwvnne wrote a let-

tor to his House Influencfe Investi-

ga.ing Subcommittee at --fn
fn --fn which he. joined aBother FTC

member, Kooerc oe i"" ":.
isg the congressional group for its
"fair-Mas ."

Gwynne, a former GOP con congressman
gressman congressman from Iowa, leveUed his
headline hunting charges las t Fri Friday
day Friday in a speech before the Fed-

AHams.ftnldfine ooweriui ictuiatory agencies with

out stepping on someway s

toes.

curate.

Atomic warheads for the, mis-

PDr.1PQ.EG

DISAPPEAR

The applii-itlon of Nlxorm olr"
pimples from th ikln. V Nlxodwnti
tonight ,wid how yoijr b,
eomei cUan, dear and loft, Nixodernr
U a modern treatment that kllle-iCw
erm and paraeitee that aua e
Mint, Itchlnf and pimplea. You will
not set rid oi ekin troublee nntil yo
kill the serme that are hidden to thi"o,
poree. 80 ret Nixedtrm Irom j oat.
runlet today to dean. out plmplef
and clear and eoothe your ekin.
-V '

But

the

d Association

The FTC chairman did
name Harris' subcommittee,

he indicated that group was me

tig j$'mmr m f deral
agencies they were supposed to be
trying to improve.
Harris, who also addressed the
bar group, sat unsmiling as
Gwynne made his speech. He later

Harris announced today at the

concluding session of the subcom subcommittee's
mittee's subcommittee's current round of bearings
that Gwynne would have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to explain his charges
when the group resumed its in inquiry
quiry inquiry after, the Nov. 4 elections.
Harris headed the investigation
of Boston textile tycoon Bernard
Goldfine and his relations with
federal agencies.
Subcommittee investigators con contended
tended contended that Goldfine, who passed
out costly gi 1 10 out?
dential aide Sherman Adams and
other federal officials, received
favored treatment from the FTC
and other agencies.
At yesterday'ss ession;t he sub
committee heard spokesmen for

. the American Federal and District
"Ut -!. ,u: d a

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of Columbia Bar Associations urge
orea ion of a tight code of ethics

to block efforts to influence gov government
ernment government agencies. j: i-
The grotps joiBed in a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation that a new'ageiicy be
created to enforce the proposed
code.
The Harris subcommittee pro proposed
posed proposed a stiff new code of ethics
for the Federal Communications
Commission, another target n
inquiry, earlier this year. But the
legislation died in the congres congressional
sional congressional adjournment rush.

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ROME (UPI) U.S. Secretary of
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AT EL PANAMA'S FOOL Members of the Cabana Club of
I the Panama Hilton Hotel and their guests had a "splash
, party" last week at the hotel's pool. Seated, from left, are
Mrs. Elton Todd, Mrs. E. W. Waring, Mr. Todd, Fmilio Clare,
' Mrs. Clare and Mr. Waring. Standing are, from left, Joaline
Clare, Vivian Nahmad and Marian Clare.

J Farewell Party Fetes
Visiters To Isthmus
Eugene Eisenmann, well-known
lawyer and ornithologist, was hon hon-'ored'this
'ored'this hon-'ored'this week at a family party
I given by his bro her-in-law and
t sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
,Madro. Attending were Mr. and
.Mrs. Richard Eisenmann. Mr. and
' Mr, r'v .....
'Mrs, I. Rober' Eisenmann Sr. and
Mr. and Mrs. I. Robert Eisen Eisen-"marin
"marin Eisen-"marin Jr.
. The ornithologist left by plane
to return to his home in New York

DOROTHY -CHASE-
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BALBOA Y.M.C.A.
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Other courses include: Ballet, Tap, Toe, and Special
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For all information call BALBOA 1751

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City after visiting on the Isthmus
more than a month. He arrived
here in late August o attend the
wedding of his nephew, I. Robert
Eisenmann Jr., and Maria Euge-
nia Vallarino.
Mrs. Vast Entertains
At Wednesday Luncheon
The French Embassy residence
on La Cresta was the scene yes
terday of a luncehon given by
Mrs. Lionel Vasse. wife of the
Ambassador of France in Pana Panama.
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Museum Society Names,
New Rtcerrfina Secretary
The Socie y ol the f aiuma Na National
tional National Museum, through i s presi president,
dent, president, Richard Eisenmann, has re received
ceived received the resignaion of the re recording
cording recording secretary, Mrs. Diana
Chiari Gruber. She plans to leave
Panama oon to make her home
in the States with her husband,
who is soon to return fiom Korea.
Juan Obarrio was elected un unanimously
animously unanimously o fill thfe vacated po position
sition position at a recent meeting of the
society's executive board He is
Director of the National Fish La Laboratories
boratories Laboratories in Panama.
The museum society was found founded
ed founded in July this year 'o aid in all
activities a' the museum Pros Prospective
pective Prospective members are invi'ed to
attend a meeting ot the group Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon at 3:30 in the up-
C T salnil nf 'ha mtlcanm AMiifA
fcommit ees for which new mem
bees will be accepted include fine
arts, publicity, display architect architecture
ure architecture and interior decorating.
Lorratta Roaara Laadi
Manchester Quaen Contest
Miss Lorretta Rogers of Pana Panama
ma Panama (,'i V taok thn lead in the first
count of the third annual beauty
aueen contest snonsnreri hv the
Manchester Club.
Miss Rogers tallied TOO votes
followed by Susan Duncan with
550' Elena Henry with 475; Joan
Chambers, 450; Amin a Saunders,
390- Julia Gittens, 200; and Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Lewi-., 125. Miss Emelia Fedce
Miss Bet v Hnaan and Miss F.H.
' wina McGee were not present.
! The next count in the contest
jw'll be held Saturday, October 11,
1 at the Sajourners Hall. The dance
and coronation will be held in
November.
Knight Of Columbus
PUn Holiday Ball
The Columbus Day Ball, spons sponsored
ored sponsored annually by the Knights of
Columbus, Council 1371, of Balboa,
, is planned this year for Sa'urdav.
October 11. at 'he Tivoli Guest
House. Music for the occasion will
be presented from 8:30 p.m. to
1 a.m. by Lucho Azcarraga.
A hishl ghi of the evening will
be a drawing for the cash door
pH'e,
Tickets for 'he ball are avail available
able available from Knights of Columbus
members and at the Columbus
Club.
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Lands Safely
CHR1STCHURCH, New Zealand
(UPI) A. U. S. Navy R4D en
route to Chr'stchurch 'o join an
Antarc'ir squadron landed here
safely today after an epic fligh'
from Canton Island.
The transport plane lost its
port encine over the Pacific and
flew 500 miles on one engine, los losing
ing losing he'ght and speed all the
way. It ran out of gasoline short shortly
ly shortly before landing.
The rema'nlna engine was found
'n be b'-rne-l on1 when ho pilot,
Cmdr. Frank F Kimberling of
Ri.pn, Park. C I set it down
on the runway hei-e.
Kimberline ordered Ihe six-man
crew to jet'ison everything re removable
movable removable as 'hp plane Hroppcd to
1.700 feet. Tool bn- nrsonal
gear -n-' -" their
moun'ings were thrown out.
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Big Bess Braddock
Beats Suez Critic
For tabor Office

SCARBOROUGH, England (UPI)
Dt. -.Edith Summerskiii, 'who
once denisd her British nationality
in sname curing u sue orliis,
veste f nay losv ner seat on toe
bor Party's executive committee
to Bessie Braddock, a 240-pound
militant Socialist from Liverpool,
The annual Labor Party conven convention
tion convention delegates, balloting with blocs
of votes, elec ed Mr. Braddock
over Dr. Sum merskill, 4,820,000 40
'3.489,000. "I-.
rr. SummerskilL wno was min minister
ister minister of national insurance during
the postwar Labor government,
lost oul as a result of ciasnes wun
trades union leaders who charged
she was out ot touch With "mod
ern socialist Ihoughts and trends.
During the 1959 Suez crisis, she
visited the Egyptian, city of Port
Said after British troops, attacked
it and claimed Norwegian' nation national!
al! national! y. She said she was ashamed
of the Bri ish attack.
World Series fans will be par particularly
ticularly particularly interested in the timely
appearance ol a new book on base base-bail
bail base-bail j narvey Kuenn, American
League Rookie of the Year m
1953, and Jim Smiljfoff, wel-known
scout, training camp director and
coach. The oook, "Big League
Bat ing Secrets," was placed in
circulation his week by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Library.
Kuenn is known to many play players
ers players and fans as one of the most
promising hitters in baseball. He
has been a serloua student of the
science of batting since his col college
lege college days as a star on the Uni Uni-versi
versi Uni-versi y of Wisconsin baseball team
His lifetime batting average is
well over .300.
An old hand at helping hitters
improve their batting averages,
Smilgoff spen 19 years coaching
high school teams in Chicago dur during
ing during which time he compiled a to total
tal total record of 376 wins and only 74
losses. From 1941 to 1953 he serv served
ed served as scout and raining camp di director
rector director for the Chicago Cubs.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
thl week follows:
NAn.Eirllan. SflpnP and H
an Values, Jacob Bron&wWr .-Wi
i..ci nf-tK T.iffht Kathe.ritrfe Bill
ton; Retiremen. Policies Under So
cial Security, W. J. Conen;
Sourcebook of A omic Energy,
.Samuel Glasstone; sal: ine strat strategic
egic strategic Air Command, R. G Hubler;
iThe Mentally Retarded Child, Ma
Hutt- .TaHnn J. A. Kee: Pract
ical track Athletics, Donn Kinzle;
In- t .... n I i Un
jjig League Daiuii oclic o, noi noi-vey
vey noi-vey Kuenn; America's Education Educational
al Educational Needs, G. S. McClellan; The
I Wells of Ibn Sa'ud, Daniel van der
Meulen: Commodity Survey, 1957,
United Na'ions.
i Fiction Lost Traveler, Sano-
ra Babb; Edge of tne Desert,
Giff Cheshire; Showcase. Martin
Dibne:; Chiara, Gene Q'Olive; De De-Isign
Isign De-Isign for an Acciden Denise Eger Eger-ton;
ton; Eger-ton; Cork in the Doghouse, Mac Mac-donald
donald Mac-donald Hastings; Catch as Ca'ch
Can, F. L. Lockridge: Princess
Sophia, Edison Marshall: The Old
Blood, Edgar MitteJ.holzer.
Children' Books Littla Laag Laager's
er's Laager's Firs' Uniform. C. P. Jack Jackson;
son; Jackson; Come to the Zoo, R. M. Ten Ten-sen;
sen; Ten-sen; Wheels. Edwin Tunis; Wea Weapons,
pons, Weapons, The Fir.t Book of Eskimos,
Mary Elting; Albert Einstein, E
C. Levinger.
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BY GAYNQR MADDOX. NEA

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BAKED beans, steaminr in a pet, ani brown bread and pickles.
Sound like a good breakfast? They think to In New Enlan4.

And what's wrong with baked
beans for breakfast? beans for
breakfast? Nothing, according to
several New England friends wno
often serve them with the morn morn-ina
ina morn-ina fruit and coffee. Nor with
many nutritionist who say a good
mess of beans provides lots of
needed protein.
Speaking of beans, we went to
the Bean Hole festival in south
Paris, Maine, recently. Families
came in droves and sat at ion
wooden tables having a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful time.
Great iron kettles, 42 inches
in diameter, with enough dried
Maine beans in them to serve
from 300 to 400 people, were
buried in deep holes in the
Oxford County Fairgounds. They
cooked for over eight hours i n
this slow heat.Then the kettles
were hauled up by cranes and
the visitors served them themselves.
selves. themselves. Price 75 cents! That in included
cluded included brown bread, pickles and
condiments, chocolate drink, milk,
coffee or punch and ice cream
slices with as many repeats a s
the stomach coulfl take.
Charles g. Hall, president o f

US Army Expert Says Sputnik III :
Could Lift Man Into Space, Return
. t : a, iyr feV-iai w
WASHINGTON (UPI) An Army the "space traveller' c6uld ""utilize

space exDert sa yesf-iv I
Russia's ton and a half
Sputnik III was large enough to
carry a man into space and return!
him safely to earth.
Charles L. Barker Jr., chief of
the aslronautical engineering sec-
tion of he Army Missile Agency
at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville,
Ala., said the Soviet satellite was
"adequate for orbiting a man",
Robert B. Bemoret of the Den-
ver division of the Glenn L. Mar-
tin Co said missiles this coun ry
is building will be able lo launch
satellites as big as Sputnik II. But
re tti .- w'
enough to put a man on the moon,
The scien'ists appeared at the
firs session of an annual joint
military industry symposium,
Discussions of space problems will
cpitimio thmii"
Barker said the Russian satellite
12 feet long and 5 feet. 8 inches
in diameter, could keep a man in
space several days and provide for
his safe recovery after "a short
"V U'imated ihat the final

was 30 to 40 feet long and proba
ably, like the satellite itself, 58
feet 8 inches in diameter.
If this s'age had no' been sepa-'f
rated from the satellite, he said,

Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor
V4
k a tndMuark
maktrt of
CuipbU'l loupt.
The juice of S different garden
frtah vegetable tre blondod Into
thi famou drink. You'll love it
lively flavor, and thrive on It
vitamin-packed goodneii. At
mealtime or between meals-V-S
give you the refreshment
, you want end the nourish nourishment
ment nourishment you need.
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Food nd Market Editor'

the South Paris Chamber of Com
merce, who runs this annual fes
tival, said they tried a new
recipe this year. Here it is, cut to
iamuy site;
Down-East Baked Beans
$erv 4-8)
Four cups navy beans, 1 teas teas-spoon
spoon teas-spoon dry mustard) 1 tablespoon
salt, Vi teaspoon white pepper, 1
cup mud, light molasses, V pound
salt porK.
Wash beans; discard imperfect
ones. Cover with boiling water;
soak 3 hours. (Or cover with r
water and soak overnight.) B
to boil in same water in w.
hearts have been soaked (to
preserve mineraW and vitamins),
adding more water if necessary.
Skim, Cook slowly 50 minutes.
Drain, reserving cooking water.
Combine 3 cups cooking water,
salt, mustard, ginger and pepper;
combine with beans and molasses.
Pour into bean pot or Casserole.
Score rind of pork; press into
beans, leaving rind exposed.
Cover; bake in slow oven (325
degrees F.) 3H hours, or' until
tender uncovering last hours bak baking.
ing. baking. If necessary, add more water
during baking.
me e. .j. isiik?, ior ms nyuig
laboratory before he returns to
earth." v
Barker said one reason Ihe Rus-
sians have np. attempted sucn a
fea:, and have not attempted re-
covery of a satellite, might be
that the angle at which he Sput-
niks are launched is unfavorable
ior sucno peraiions.
i He sa'id the most favorable or-
bit far a recovery operation would,
be parallel to the ear.h's equator,
To achieve this the launching site
mus be at or very" near the
equator.
; Bemoret agreed that a 3,000-
pound payload is "adequate to ac-
complish the placing of a man in
orbit and safely re.urning him to
the earth."
Bemoret's firm is the prime
contractor for he Titan Intercon-
tinental ballistic missile which, ac-
co-ding to original plans, would
be ready for tests by the end of
nexi year.
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Two
neighbors were at odds today
ove the odorous effects of out
door barbecue cookery a situa situation
tion situation fraught with implications for
' all of suburbia. ;
Water Johnson of nearby Mar Mar-low
low Mar-low Heigh' 8. Md., swore out a
warrant against Anthony J. Vas Vas-(o,
(o, Vas-(o, charging him wi h "jeopardiz "jeopardizing
ing "jeopardizing th it
son with the odor from a porta portable
ble portable barbecue grill. v
Johnson wa incensed by the
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smeus waiieu w nis noairus uy i
Vascos backyard chefery. The
Johnsons and Vascos live snugly
in connecting semi-d e t a c h e d
houses on a blot of pround 70 feet
wide and 110 feet deep.
Johnson is an Infernal Revenue
Service agent and Vas'co is a cat cataloging
aloging cataloging supervisor with the o'flce
of the secretary of d'ns"
Johnson and hi wife claimed
Monday that Vasco. was a "nuo "nuo-lie
lie "nuo-lie nuisance" who torment them
by cooking food with exotic, but
smelly, lessoning en the grill i&H
ms patio.
The wind, they said, blew ihe
fume into the Johnson kitchen
through their brk Hoor pset pset-ting
ting pset-ting their own effort to eat.
"Sometimes the Vasco borrow
a grill or two and hsve three
Roing at once out there," Johnson
said. ...
Mrs. Vasco defended her hus husband'
band' husband' culinary artistry, isylng
he cook, only the normal fill fill-type
type fill-type food such a steak chop,
hamburger and hot dog. She de denied
nied denied any attempt wa mad to
mok. out the Johnson. ; -
The Vascos were called Into
court to oust $30 cash on a $500
bond pending a hearing irr-Hya'ts-vllle.
Md., Police Court Oct. 9.

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ACKOM : DOWN
1 Baked '1 Damage
Virginia 1 Region
. -mm 1W
I gating plact
Roast Uf
of
Exist
It Eye part
Ulroquolan
Indian
15 Legal matter
18 Holding beck
II Rulers -j. o
20 South
. American
mountain!
II Possessive
pronoun -nbltcori
. 4 Prepares.. 't
- bacon
I Above
Tenant
T Consume food
I Incline
Dry
18 Pronoun
U Wager .'
17 Complained
II Weary
II Price
24 Foundation
25 Broad spread
21 Send in
; payment-'"
goddess ';
Wild hog ,
! Genuine
27 Morning
moisture
SO State
22 Cylindrical
24 Rarely
25 Newspaper
xtcutlv
U QoddM of
tho dawn
27 Containers
29 Corn
40 Singing voice
1 Cyst
42 Think
45 Wind storm
40 Come in
, 51 Labal
, 52 Solar disk
; 53 Pertaining to
the ear
54 Make a
mistake
55 English Co. .1
St Writing tabU
57 Observe

THE VOICE OF
fJ BROADWAY
Y&! by Dorothy Killgalkn

GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Paulette Goddard's best friend
ria Remarque have discovered
meir romance went more imoom imoom-ly
ly imoom-ly before the wedding than it does
now. Of course K's an odds-on bet
that they'll deny any rift, just as
they denied so often that they
were planning to be married.
Peggy King's most adoring com companion
panion companion is on the staff of a week weekly
ly weekly magazine. .Brigitte Bardoi: is
rather understandably furious over
the length to which her kid sister
has gone to launch a screen ca career.
reer. career. The cute little "baby" of the
family, in a film titled "A Ball
in the Cannon," will play a sex sex-hungry
hungry sex-hungry jeune lillft named,; by t:w
marvelous coincidence, Bngiite.
Nancy Oakes (the Baroness Ho-yingen-Heune)
Is due back in the
umiea aiaies any aay now, leav leaving
ing leaving Michael Parker a lonely chap
in London. .Even Tony Curtis
i and Sidney Poitier must be laugh-
ing ai me auverusemeius ior
"The Defiant Ones." The bodies
used with the actors' heads super-Impose,-1
w"ul': be the envv o a a-ny
ny a-ny professional muscle man In
I the country.
I Lana Turner's headline-making
daughte-, Cheryl Crane, has found
a handsome new high school
beau. .Sid Luft, Judy Garland's
husband, still- plans to try to col collect
lect collect a large sum of money from
'be A'i Khan for the care and feed feeding
ing feeding of 'he horses once stabled on
ithe Luft-Grland acreage in Calif California.
ornia. California. .Drama critic John Mc Mc-Clain
Clain Mc-Clain is wan ed to write the
screenplay fo" a flicker based on
i the history of Roseland. The fa famous
mous famous dance hall celebrates its
AClt K lntlil!.'l.1l HAul ........
British bandleader Ted Heath,
who'd never heard of Dakota S'a S'a-ton
ton S'a-ton and Ahmad Jamal at the time
of his first -Carnegie Hall convert
two years ago. takes third bil'ing
to the ho album sellers, when
they join in a Carnegie concert
Oct. 3. He'll fly in his whole band
from London Just a day before
the event.
Some weeks a so. when Hitmth
from abroad were announcing
that Group Captain Pe'er Town-,
send in royal di'favor over the
fo-th-coming book abou' his at attachment
tachment attachment to Princess Margaret,
this column revealed t' wasn't
true end tha, in 'act, Meg would
assist the. sale nf th hnnlr fanrl
the box office receip s nf his forth forthcoming'
coming' forthcoming' film) "via publicity."
International dlsnatehci confirm confirmed
ed confirmed that Her Royal Highness was
anything but anwy wi'h Townsend
and member of the Roval Fami
ly piannea to snow a preview of
his movie at Buckingham Palace.
If you offer to helo your hosi
ess get dinner on the tab'e or
wash the dishes afterward and
h firmly tell you she dnesnlt
need help, : don't Inalst.;? Some
women rind it easier to work
elone thn to hove someone who
r'oeso't know where things be belong
long belong trying to help but in Hie
kitchen, ; : J
And some hostesses believe
that a guest shouldn't Ditch -in
and work, but should relax 1 n
the living room, no matter now
hard the hostes la v working' in
me uicneo.

Anewer t Prevloui Hume

17 Explode
21 English school
21 Lived
21 Drinking glass
II Mature,
as fruit
II Make
- memoranda
40 Concerning -
41 Destroy
42 Oem
42 Boy's 1
nickname 1
44 Arrow poison
41 Elevator
t inventor
47 Venture :
41 Monster,
SO Used to
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Off-Broadway production art
going farther and farther' away
way from Broadway for their out
of-town tryouts. The upcoming
version o 6ean O'Casey' "Cocka-Doodle-Dandy"
will be unveiled ta
Toronto. .Princess Sherin, cou.
sin of the late king of Iraq, U In
-...., P.111K an cung career.
ne waso nee married to a Hollv-
nru, uii'' -oveust weyer Le Levin,
vin, Levin, just back from Israel, reporti
he discovered there'd been five
successful produptions of his orl.
ginal version of "Compaision" in
a thearres. "lending to
show that Meyerberg made mil mil-lmn
lmn mil-lmn dollar mistake when he fore fore-ed
ed fore-ed a re writ'en version oh Broad-
ii 1 ., U1B j SHOW. : 10
(juote the author,
H.7--n K8me' deDt: Evange Evange-hst
hst Evange-hst Billy Graham's movie compa compa-""d
""d compa-""d e archetype of all
hi 2way pres,8 aen w- bally.
UAhlL,tr,,r "The Heart
i X v 10 complete tho
! scene, they're using a beauty nam nam-ed
ed nam-ed Georgia Lee, described as hav.
f ryeil p a uccessful Holly,
wood and TV career to devote her
Me to religion," to make person-
I tj V, wu" lne "iCKer.
Londor NewspaperJ seem: t b
able to elicit the most off beat
iSUh6.' r?m .tne stars ther Jour'
ample, Mary Pickford was anoU
ed as telling the Daily MaVuTat
her husband, Buddy Roge-s wa"
too nu o -n u ..::-t. -js. s' wiJ?
'rt 7n'- ..X- w".nea ne wou in
8 ,a,"tln- Somet me$ I would
thinking," she said. (No word on
why she jus- didn't ask.)
in rufi V ,c ine ureat Volt
"Uuu r?tl J-'w'SeL,u Prodction.
2.fur? .il dm'M the- ff-ounri
that she's no in the mood to do
another historical film t0 Voo?
fter "War and Pe.ce." JT
tL Lpar!Vwi11 be danS,el before
Je beautiful eyes of ballerina
Noelle Adam Originally Mart!"
Carol was set to plav Cafhwln
cildl6 Hb?Wed when sheWdt
cided to divorce the write.r-produc-
Local bars and grills have' a'
vnj of ideas on the sublect of
what lures ou'-of-town customers
Ala-ka sign: o'hers a rr content
to proclaim "Welcome Milwaukee"
. .Gen. Rinaldo Van Brunt chief
f staff of he ?nd Armv is' 3
to pa;n a son. His daughte,- Rinal.
d-. will wH'rin.n rt -id- "HL
Richard S'evens 3rd of New Yoit
society.
unks Ruin Lawn;
5M htihmif
CHICAGO 'UPn Remember
the doc'or who told his sniffling
pat ent 'o fen out iH catch pneu pneu-monia
monia pneu-monia because "THAT ; we can
It'S SO-t O' l''
Catherine Pssierb'. SheViot
skunks, nd thing' wou ( oe m".n
e'er if 'hv were rat
-.The varmin-: iw grubbing' her
beauHful uburhan lawn to bit
and Mr. Paslerb' hand are tied.
Gnni ara mil hsfDiirA n
"d'nnre aalnt shooting within
ciiv umiis, roison is out because.
anvone, children, dog, cat.
Mr. Plerb ha tried, without
ilccess. to Interes )) following
grmip In her nl'vht. :
Tho Anlmsl. Welfare League ,'
The Anti-rttieltv8or1ety ,',
Afb Rord HeiVh v
i Thii,Police'Bepartment, and
; T1' Fo-est, Preserve Distrlcf. 1
"Everyone we talk to says 'yon
have our symoa'hv but r there'
nothing we can do'." Mr. Pasierb
aid,.VThe city has pa provision
for dealing with skunks, but if it
were rati the city could get after
them."-



.Social and

Fahr Wye T B Honor
By farmer Parishioners
. buniiay evening, OcioOer 19, hi
' been set aside as '.'Fa.ber Wye
NignL" when parishioners i 0 d
friends will honor the former pas-
cr of Sacred Hear) Chapel, Father
Wye recently wa transferred 19
" Margarita. M-v-
A dinner win be servea it
, p.m. in the St. Mary's Hall An
Ha lhn ind short urogram Will
' icke s may be obtained from
Frances Sharp, Helen Owens, Vlv Vlv-1
1 Vlv-1 ian Mikuuch, Joan Arosemena,
'- Pafricia Patcun, Ann Baraett, Car
r men Edmondson or H&len. Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. .'','
Farawtll Luncheon PeMs
ir. jonn narnson 1 :
A luncehon served Jresierday at
the Fort Amador Officers' Club
' was,, a farewell compliment to
Mrs, John C. Harrison of Gamboa.
aost of the 40 guests were resld resld-nts
nts resld-nts or former residents of Gam
v boa.' i
Mrs. Harrison1 will leave 'he
, isthmus' nex week her hujband,
who it retiring "as tenior chle en engineer
gineer engineer of the Dredging Division
of the Panama Canal Comapny.
They have lived here U years.
The Harrisons plan to make their
home In San Francisco, Calif.
CHUCKLE HEAD

AD IUKI '
i HOVE, England UP1)-A new jaWC Com miftte Meeting
bus scheduled '0 .stat a 10,000- Tne Commiitee of Asik de la
mile overland service from Lon- iniancia of .he Inter American
flow to Bombay Oct. 17, set out woman's Club has planned a des des-from
from des-from the factory here to be ex- Mrt party of one o'clock next Mori-
hif V JL'Ld0inn ftllf of dav "fernoon st the home of Mrs.
It broke down 10 miles out of JnlM) ,.l(,her( 0A 57 oleander
town. ;" 1 1 Place, Balboa. y ; -:

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GRAND RAMDS Mich JUPU
-Spelling It Jiot .. strong point n
StJv,n.. fh. hlork
The stree t. Just thref iWoc",
St. Ivan, Saint Ivan.
nvy wt out today to moe the
army sick. .
Two army officers ana bo en-
listed men cumoea imp ruouci
rafts in 'a huge nayytes tanK
and were tossed about by two-root
types of anti-seasickness pills.
waves, tne onjeci w
HE JOINED THEM
LU5 AiNuc.iu.a yvrti j,
cpn't beat 'em. join em.
t mmt mnnth ROSS PUCKO t lOSt S
w
,AikiiM.M-rrt rmoaiEn to save
one of his mother's P.Pf I

tie 'from Becoming ,.uvt-i' iPibuv -ter husything-' she. wants-1 : r
G'den Wat. .Freeway. ? "None of the other kids' Barents

isow, rucsei- ""''JZfa'm
in tne ninwy v,..-..,
eviction see ion.
PROVES HIS POINT
TTTSrtJMBIA. Ala. (UPl)-Her-
Byrd 1 Sheriff Hy
"rh-pipr a bi 6f advice after
!-"kin P"or or the tec tec-end
end tec-end time this month.
-This coumy ncra
than a dead man neeas ai,
coffin," Byrd wro
Q:te Unquote
- LITTLE ROCK-Arkansas Gov.
Orval Faubus, when informed
otwrnt U.S. Circuit uoun ci ao
about a u.s. M.Y' V'
ic n-risr rp.strainine le;
Li tie Rock schools to a private
f-nrnnratlnn Which WOU10
keep
i
them segregated:
I am
;-l .-naveni suite uCu.

nnf rpadv to surrpnner ana 1 avn i ,j iu
not reauy i ; if there's a teen-ager in your
In end to surrender. family ,n n hr
NEW YORK Godf-ey V. W "Wm
Schmidt court-appointed monitor 1 of them over a -"l
th TMitisWa Union, on hve .vour answers ready ahead of
?harfef by TeTms& bosl james i Mm. r If you don't want to be out out-Hoffa
Hoffa out-Hoffa that Schmidt solicited and talked.

received contributions irom em employers
ployers employers and employer groups:
"I.knowi there is no conflict of
In'eresV
iltm Federal Judge Ha Ha-1d
1d Ha-1d R.u Medina,, in asserting spir spir-imal
imal spir-imal forces are the greatest weap weapons
ons weapons .against Commun'sm:
"All history gives the lie to the
?2ltte!iri!,,S,ll!:

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spiritual force."
INDIANAPOLIS -,- Vice Presl Presl-flent
flent Presl-flent Rfchaird M. Nixon., on Repub.
Mean chances in the elections this
fafl:'
W will If wp pontlnu. M

hackoedal and to allow ourselves!" show, for a final rehearsal on

to be a punching bag for the
Parry Trumrfn and his ilk.'

Olt

C wtA mmmJ
Tm Will Hnr --.
N Church Assistant
v Bv. ana Mrs. ruu.p IJams will
,be honored Sunday afternoon at a
given irom lour to auu at: be
te.i.eiy ;,ot he Cathedral of, St.
-Luke. -, V .s-i
.- tnurcb frienda and r members
are invited 10 the event, which
a.wui welcome me new assistant 10
ltet wi .1i, v. 'so ueou 4.
the cathedral,1 and hir wife. i
' Lack Mtice Ht lncUsiaa tm Hm
iana aaBaitf tttaitua m
WBkftttaa lny 4 mm
tut baa .aib Uttti aaity m
tat mi MMrwiM," et tUtt
M taFia ttit. MaiMm
Mannas uwt
la.ant.'
Balbea Weman's Club
jue uc.ouer tueeuug of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa women a Cluo will be ueid
itex. Wcouesuay evening at 7 p.m.
at tne Uso-.lv ft in nalooa. in
program, joaeuuiea for 4a, will
leamre a ,cussion on pelvic
cuuccr 0? .... 1. J. strumpt, utile
of .he Opatreucb and Gynecology
Service at Goieaa nospuai. Cluo
members and oam: interested wo
men in the community are invit
ed to a lend.
Rtird Workers
Th M 0 6f c.
, Zone Retired workers Asspcia-
Hon will be held Tuesday at T o.m.
An memberg ,re urged to attend
l,nce' ;
Wifht Sap...
1 ... w'
'
jf you navt a epn.,er ;n y,,,,
famUy you nad tur have some
fim aniwers t0 these typical teen
age arguments:
"Everybody else in coin,"
I "None of the other kids parents
are as strict you are
'Wliv rln linn kmia is wtt mil tin ftr
me when I have a date? Why
on-t you just o to bed and ?o to
,jtr. M.ika A1
bivvw line iiivov nivtiinin uu t
VI.. m,hl a k... Mn.
clothes so-and-so has. Her parents
them earn their, allowanc
,
"If you make all A'i the other
kids think you re a saure
"Everybody goes steady, What's
..Ath(lr viHV ns
Other kids' parents don't ask
them 'where they're "fling every
time they leave home."
"Why fo I hve to get in at a
rt,n time?
.
It makes me feel
like a baby to tell the kida 1 hivo
to go home, whvi most of them
n htay out as late as they want
to."
"What's the matter? Don't you
rust me?
"What "lakes you sv sure it's
wrong, when practically nobody
e"" eee ivttnn vtopt w if'
"But I promised to. drive our
car. How w?s I supnw"
you and Dad were planning to go
11 8 noc dangerous, nonest. ine
trouble with ibu, Mom. Is yo'i'rn
always thinking Of what might
,.,,
Rockoween Artists
Rehearsal 5atirdav
A .neci.l meeting has vm
iby the El Panama Walters and
Bartender Club to comnlete plans
for Saturday ntsh's 'Rnckoween'
how irA dance at tH fjulnn v(.
fia rtel Mar In San Francisco de
la Caleta.
The club ha also, summoned sll
rtlt who will take Part in
Ssturr'nv mnrntn" t 10 He Ca-
sino. The artists who are being re requested
quested requested to attend the rehearsal
ar;"
The Gay Crooners, the voung
Brother, To'd Cobra.'the D'snn
S'sters, Rfael endy 01Wt
Thousand, Bienvenidi ftloi, Sir
Panama. ,P" Williamson,, Ind
th Jet eembo.

llixon Turns llcrlh
In Bid To Carry ';;
California For GOP.

WITH NIXON IN CALIFORNIA,
Oct., J (UP1) Vice President
Richard M. Nixon, th Republican
Party's No. 1 fireman, turned to
northern California "today in hir
campaign to. rescue-, the GOP
Ucket in the November election.
Ad mi ting once again lhat De Democratic
mocratic Democratic claimi of a landslide .vie
tory in hit hem state and the na
Hon on Nov-. 4 'could happen,"
Nixon declared that the Republican
party can win only if it wages a
"campaign of, attack."
- Nixon planned' to confer with
GOP. leaders in the-San Francisco
Bayjarea today and toniaht ad-
dreuea a tlOO-a-plate GOP ban-
quati under the same roof and at
tbe same time that Adlal Steven
son, Democratic-presidential no-;
minee In 1952 and 1956,. apeaka to
a; Democratic rally in the Oakland
Auditorium. Only firewall will,
ieoarate the two campaigners.
In a speechlast nieht; at San
Diego to a crowd .of almost 6,000
which paid & a piece to attend,
Nixon aaid Democrat think they
can pick up 60 seats in the House
of Representatives and 10 or 12 in
the U.S. Senate in the November
elections.
"This could happen," he said.
"It could happen if we let it hap happen.
pen. happen. We can lose and we will lrre
if we continue to take it on the
ch'n and stay on the defensive.
"We must go on the attack, not
like Harry Sv Truman with his
looseness of the truth, but with a
message of real tru'h throuehout
the states and the nation."
Business Booms,
But Tire Factory
Denies incentive
NOTTINGHAM. Eneland fUPI)
Truck driver Ronald Matthews
waj a bit peevea yesieruay wnen
he picked up 25 punctures in two
of his. tires right outside a tire
Wory.
Fac'ory representatives, lookintr
it hundreds of nails scattered all
over the road, denied they were
vying 10 orum up Dusiness.

a ihck 01 nans naa tauen irom goon as practlcaDie against a miu miu-ruck
ruck miu-ruck as it turned into the fae-'

tory gate, they said. They gave
Mat hews two new tires and fixed
punctures on three other cars
which ; came along before the
nails could be swept up.
By OSWAkD JACOB Y
Wriit.n for NEA Service
NORTH
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South Weat North East
IV 2 3 V Pass
4 V Pass Pass Pass
- Opening lead Q
When declarer, at a auit con
tract, has a certain number of
losing tricks and is also. laced by
tne prospect or the defense get getting
ting getting in a ruff against him he
should endeavor to fix things so
tnat tne run, 11 it does come, will
take away one of his losing tricks.
not one of his winning tracks.
xnis principle s clearly Cdv-
ered by today's hand which is
also taken from Watson on the
play of the' hand."
aoutn ia in a heart game and
has one spade loser, one club
loser and one trump loser. He Is
also faced by the prospect of a
club ruff since West almost aurelv
has six clubs for his overcall.
south makes his contract by
making sure that when,' and it,
East does ruff a club It will be
a losing club, not a winning one.
souin just wins tne first club
in dummy and leads a trump.
West is in with the ace and leads
a second club. South follows In
dummy and now if East ruffs,
South simply plays a. low club
from his own hand and East will
have ruffed South'a losing club
tr'ok.
Watson's book does not cover
bidHlng and many pair would
arrive at three no-trump with the
North-South cards. In that case,
four odd would .be laydown and
there would be no story.
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biding haa been: ; V
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Crosby, and, his bride,- showgirl

beit wlsnes over tne -leiepnone irom irienaa alter tneir marriage
in Las .Vegas.. Phillip -la the aecond Crosby son to marry a Las

Vegas showgirl. ; y

Jimmy Byrnes Out lines Decisions
That Led To Dropping 1st A-Bombs

NEW YORK (UPI) Former
Secre,ary of Sta.e J m e $ t.
Diue a!o yei-w.ay u
dent Truman ordered a surprise
atom bomb attacK to eno worm
War II on the unanimous recom
mendatlon of a committee which
iearea American prisoners would
be moved into the targe, area if
advance warning were given.
Brynes, who represented the
President on the committee to de decide
cide decide upon the first use of he
atom bomb, said there also were
,ai tne bomb might fail to
explode.
In the first Installment of ex ex-r
r ex-r I'Oiti ins new .
One Lifetime,", as published by
Look Magazine, Byrnes saia tne
imorim committee recommended
to Truman on June 1. 1845, that
u 1- bu snoi'i1 o
"without specific warning ana as
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01 Japan, Red China
TOKYO (VPI) Prime; Minister
Nobuseke Kishi saidt odav Ja Japan
pan Japan would continue to work close closely
ly closely with the United States and oth other
er other nations of the free .world to
solve international disputes peace peacefully.
fully. peacefully. v
With war clouds darkening over
Asia, the 61-year-oio pro-western
prime minister told an extraordin-
, a, iL t. tUlai
....inn nf narliament that this
would be the "keystone" of the
nation's foreign policy.
He said a peaceful soluUort of
(he Formosa Strait crisis was nec-
essary to restore "the peace of I
i.in ft

Thi wii a "rav of hone heivlsin station while Sister Fides
aM I that Jaoan and I Red China rehearsing fo- a televised al-
said mat Jspan ana "o Vnin" --k.. ta hi ...

ism,
For five months the two coun
tries have had virtually no con
tacts, commercial or diplomatic.
lit t. 1! ,1.. i .
tJ.Ln ,Z nirt rZ iZliV
di&aind pScffreVets:1?
a ..ra equally tor ine preservawn
of world peace," Kishl said.
Even while he was speaking,
Peiplng Radio broadcast a blast
ot tr;ru: ,.,) k.. ri T .....
Z JE tLrJJ!:en
Chu, president of a Commiinlsc
Chinese association designed to
make cultural contacts with for foreign
eign foreign nations, said 'hat only a
"firm struggle" by the Japanese
against the Klshi oollcle could
open the way for friendly ties be
tween tne two countries.

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CASA.ZALDO
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CASA ZALDO
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24-year-old son of sinaer Bins
Sandra Drummond, 20, receive
tary installation or a war plant in
Japan."
"Wa rejected two other sugges suggestions
tions suggestions for a first tacget," Byrnes
wrote in the book to be published
oy Harper and Brotners. imp
would have been an Isolated island
with officials of Japan and other
nations observing the test. Ex Experts
perts Experts told us tha,, even if the test
were successful, they would not
guarantee that a second bomb
would explode when dropped.
"If we gave the Japanese ad advance
vance advance notice and the bomb failed
to explode, we would have played
into the hands of the Japanese
militaris's.
The other suggestion was to
give the Japanese fair warning as
to time and place, but we felt that
American prisoners of war would
be brought into that area."
Byrnes said that he and the oth
er committee members felt that It
was essential to avoid an invasion,
if possible, and pare the U.S.
heavy casualties. It would have
lanen at least a 5,ouu,uuoman mil
itary force to carry oul ihe- inva-
sion, ne said, with tne expectation
of 1,000,000 casualties.
' h w '", that h "'
bomb was dropped on Hiroshima'
on Aug. 6, 1945. and the second
was dropped two days Icier on
Nagasaki.
Dominican Sisters
Like Pink Habit
Used For TV Show
MEMPHIS (UPl)-Sister Fides
lost her halo when she donned a
shocking pink habit,
But her "new look" was an in-
stan hit with Dominican sisters
Sln" College here,
Tlnelilo UP n monl-
tors at the city s educationa e e-
her habit.
Sis'er Fides dyed her habit pink
and draped her head with a white
veil. The halo disappeared.
aome of the Dominican nuns at
,he college expressed hope that
ffl would 'wltch ,0 the lnk h"
..Th,v rMllv ,.k.d thtl npu, pn.
ors," Sister Fides said.
Heath Sentence
iCommutation Gets
Hand In Enaland
SCARBOROUGH, England
(UPI) A cable from Alabama
Gov. James E. Folsom announc announcing
ing announcing the commutation of the death
sen'ence of a Negro condemned
for a $1.95 nighttime robbery drew
loud cheers at the annual British
L"Htr P-rv "mf)t(wif)o i
The 1,200 delegate boofd when
a party official added that the
prison', Jim Wilson, would have
to serve a life sentence.
take excellent pictures.
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: THE DEVIL'S

CORNER
By BARBARA ELICH
ut n n-on rwil Fans!
. 1 Xz rv....iT. u.'
Tnls la mt .uevua corner,
which will be coming your way
weexiy an year it,iis.t,iu owaii,
our first column off, we have
some tootball news;
Junior .College tor fan first
time In yes.r& ha an overman overmanned
ned overmanned team. Coach Browr. has
even "cut" a fe men (Inter
ested would-be flayers please
sign up, as aoi.ni as po&MbW ;
The team has cnosen iresn-
man Eileen Danierau for their!
(.uou to. re'gti at tao jam jam-bcree.
bcree. jam-bcree. Everyoha Is cordially Uivlted
to uttend tne Jamboree this
Frlduy to he cheer for the
team. JC will have a special
section In the stands, so be
sure to come out and give your
support and incidentally,
have some fun. Remember to
watch for the Green Devil I
(Earmuffs are the order of the
night for all unlucky 0 u t t-slders...)
slders...) t-slders...) Marriage seem to be in
the air for the sophomores.
Judy Beavis is becoming a
"Mrs." on Oct. 1, and Pat
Peck's wedding bells come
closer every day. That twin twinkle
kle twinkle in Bobble Carter' eye is
reflected from her third fin finger,
ger, finger, left hand. Be careful,
men!
Familiar scenes around JC:
Jim Des. Londes talking about
Jim Des Londes... that FT
freshman Eddie Napoleon sign signing
ing signing autographs in the lounge .
Donnle Alexander being tutor
ed by all the girls... our SA
president learning .to play gin
rummy between classes. .Bren .Bren-da
da .Bren-da Cunningham appear 1 n g
promptly at 8:05 for her 8
o'clock class...
Well, that's it for this week.
If you have any information
you would like to see printed
or if you Just have a yen to
see your name in the Devil's
Corner, let us know.' Till then,
see you next week.
Safety Council
Wants To Save
2,000 Humans
CHICAGO (UPI)-A savinir
of
2,000 lives on the nation's hlgh-
ways in ih5B is an attainable goal,
the National Safety Council said
today.
The council based its forecast
on the traffic death total of 22,ro
tor tne first eight months of the
year, a 6 per cent decline from
the same period last .year. Th
figure represents a saving of 1,580
lives. ,.r." f ... ;,
"If the same rate of improve improvement
ment improvement can be maintained the rest
of the year," the cot' c 1
"the highway death toll for 1958
will be at least 2,000 below the
1957 total of 38,500."
The council placed the highway
death toll during August at 3,500,
a 5 per cent drop from the 3,690
deaths in the corresponding
month last year. It also was the
12th month in a row and the 20th
in the last 21 to show a drop.
m Orlando, Fla., and Kingsport,
T.enn. were among eight cities
cited for death es recoW.s in tne
Santa Ana, Calif.; Jackson, Mich.;
wnittier. uaiif.; Boise, Idaho;
Birmingham, Mich.; Medford,
Ore., and VictoHa, Tex.
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Lawman JleceiYes
Moonshine Shiner
In Bootleg Raid

TAZEWELL, Tenn. (UPI) Con Constable
stable Constable Andy Johnson got plenty of
evidence when he burst into ihe
hnmah nt hnntlAtrrrint nanaAi .
- " .r'"-f6
some ot it ngnt in tne lace
Johnson said
that when he
, walked through
the door Mrs.
Chris Brantley hrew a bucket of
moonshine whisky at him apd ha
didn't have time to duck.
But he and other raiding offi officers
cers officers found 50 full half-pint bottles
hidden aound the place and
AhoniVnil VnlL 1ST 1T it. .
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Yankees Try To Even Series
While Braves Now Favorite

By LEO H. PETERSEN
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 2 (UPI) Two strong strong-armed
armed strong-armed right handers, Lew Burdette, the hero of last
year's Milwaukee victory, and Bob Turley, who fires
bullets from his no wind-up delivery, square off to today
day today "with the underdog Yankees trying to even the

World Series at one game
The weatherman promised
. .Idd IntA
the
temperature wumu hoc
the
60 's put cauwonea agwi
hi ihnwera durine the
possi-
aiter'
Wv
nnnW Tn the event ol
rain
UVVMt --
r.harles Seear. secretary-treasur
er of baseball who Is acting
... I Cnrrf TTl
for
Frick
auing conuniBsiuiiti j.v
order a
has soie auuiwuor w
postponement.
m, J. J makers
backing
inc virus -
rdette. who beat the Yankees
tees
the
three times in 1957, made
Braves 11 to 10 favorites to
win
take
today's game ana o w a
...i.. uefnrp warren S
, spahn
U1C BWl0' vv-
whinned the AmerlcanLeaguers
tiers,
, the
4-3, in 10 innings yesterday,
'for
Yankees naa uecu
At- Dut 1 tn ID
Manager Frd Haney of
I j i...til at tl
the
those
Braves nu sv
-.c,i. ndds. Today.
Casey
UJt-0v
m .1 ekinner 01
the
at
Yankees, was laughing
inciaav
t,, with the KUr
.who
j-ik. MAnnont. fnr me.
ex-
us
piainea t -odds
even. rrVof 24 13
Burueite .
8Corele innings golor
13
for thf Boston Red Sox before
he was old to the Yankee js and
transformed into an outfielder
ud the greatest .home rut hit hitter
ter hitter of all time. Also ahead of
Burdette Is Chfistv Mathewson j
string of 28 13 shutout innings
In 1905 -and 1911., thft
. dftw start In tne
spring. Burdette OTSBtSSl
nlng 20 games for the Braves
-arded a
control," won 21 games fee
toe Yankees while losing but
thameo,
Sgamwaittleofsouth-
PaBurdette beat the Yankees 4
2, in the second game last year
then hurled two shutouts a
S-l-C I over Whitey Ford In
the fifth game and 5-0 over Dai
Larsen in the seventh and de de-.
. de-. .. miriou won tne
ClQing game. -
aixth game for the Yankees to
o vie.
even tne ssenes
tory in Series competition.
Their pitching styles are in
sharp contrast. Burd ette,
whom many National League
clubs accuse of throwing a
"spitter," uses sliders and sink sinkers
ers sinkers to baffle the hitters. Tur Turley
ley Turley relies, for the most part,
In his attempt to "get even,?
Stengel was expected to make
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CAPITOLIO
BANKt f U5.M
'sEYtif ANGRY
-, .-MEN
with R. Massey
. 1 'Also:
NIGHT FREIGHT
with BlU-EUott

each,

Bill Bruton
bern, who bats left handed, was
expected to start in left field n-
stead of the right handed-hif-
tlng Elston Howard. And catch
er Yogi Berra was expected to
replace Howard in the cleanup
spot in the Yankee batting or
?er.
Despite his ailing knee, lefty
hitting Billy Bruton was expect
ed to get the call over the veter
ar. Andy Paf ko In centerf leid
Bruton, whose ailment kept .to
our oi tne, 1857 Series altOKCi T r
rapped oujt the hit which
He had batted for Pafko, a righU
handed hitter In the ninth, on-1
ly to strike out, but with" two
iueu on oase ana two out in tne
10th, he drilled a sharp single
w, ngni centeriieia to arive in
nuuuu( tun uij imiK.Ke rc-
not ate, tiync uuren.
Duren had come in for Ford
when the latter weakened in
the eighth and the Braves tied
the score at 3-3. He struck nut
five of the first seven batters
(o face him.
Two wh i were sure to stav h
the Yankee llneun were Han't
Bauer and Moose Skowron. Thei
nome runs off SDahn. th
Braves 22-game winner, gav
tne Yankees a 3-2 bulge afte
five innings, but Ford couldn'
make that hrld up. After Bauer'
blow, which came in -the fifth
innine with Ford, who hn.
waiKea on Dase, spahn turned1
the Yankees back scoreless frr
the next five innines. In nni
stretch, he retired 14 batters in
a row.
Despite the not-too-favorabl
weather forecast, today's crow
was expected to equal yestf :
day's 46,367 fans who jamm
County Stadium to capacity.-
After today's game the club
will go to New York, where th
third game Is scheduled for Sat
urday. Friday is an off day fo
travel.
Gridder Finds
Ring Tougher
NEW TORK fNEA TharW
Powell, the San Franrisfn Fnrtv.
Niners' defensive ace turned hea
vyweight boxer, may not be the
nrst football player in boxing.
But he is certainly setting a
new style of speech around the
fight beat.
What was that Question, sir?"
and Sir. I think I can set him
with left hooks," is Charley's way
of talking to those who question
mm.
You ever hear a uy in this
racket talk like that?" Joe Valla,
wno is naodung him. asks with
pride. That's what you call mnn-
ners. This kid is loaded with
them. There s ho bum in him."
Powell, on a comeback, won a
10-rounder at Madison Square Gar
den during which he again found
that a fighter has to be in better
condition than a football player.
You get hurt all over in foot
ball," be says, and here you
nave to protect oniy your f a c
and body. But you don't get any
sort of rest. You need to be i
way better shpae."

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Ike Vaughn
Impressive
In Workouts

. Visiting Miami lightweight Ike
Vaughn, a 2S-year-old Negro
who meets Panama 135-pound
monarch Federico Plummer in
a 10-round feature bout in Colon
Sunday night, had Colon fight
fans impressed today after hav having
ing having watched him work-out for
the past three afternoons at the
Colon Arena.
The dusky Vaughn, who is
pretty close to the lanky Plum Plummer
mer Plummer in height and reach, has
been sparring with lightweight
Fenley Hooker and feather featherweight
weight featherweight David Wright.
His sharpness and apparent
knowhow has brought compli complimentary
mentary complimentary comments from observ observers.
ers. observers. Sentiment will probably con contribute
tribute contribute greatly to the local boxer
being the favorite at fight time,
but many who have seen the
Florida boy go through his train training
ing training paces agree that Plummer
should know he's in a fight when
be squares off with Vaughn.
Pacific siders will get a chance
to see the Statesider go through
a drill this afternoon at the Na National
tional National Gym at 4:30.
Sunday's six-round semifinal
brings together Benjamin Lewis,
a Bocas del Toro product who
has made good fighting in Cen Central
tral Central America, and Roy Tugwell,
a former amateur middleweight
champ. The boys have agreed to
make 162 pounds, or less.
Two four-round prelims round
out the card drawn up by pro promoter
moter promoter Louis Craig. General ad admission
mission admission will be $1.25.
Spun by Spahn
New York
Ab R H Po i
.5 1 '2 0
Bauer rf
fMcDoueald." rit
2 1
0 3
Howard, If
Berra. c
0 4
4' 0 2 13
4 12 7
Skowron.'ib
Carev. 3b
Kubek, ss
o o
0 1
0 0
0 0
Ford, d
uuren, p
totals 36 3,8 29 7
Milwaukee
Schoendlenst, 2b 4 0 0 2 2
Logan, ss . ; ..U d jut i
b-Torre i n n n n
Mantilla, ss n n n n n
Mathews, 3b ... 3 1 01 3
Aaron, rf . r . 4 1 1 J 0
nuuucK, ID .... 5 1 5 A 9
oovington, If . 4 0 0 2 1
Crandall, c .... 5 1 2 7 0
Pafko, cf 3 0 1 n n
a-Bruton, cf . 2 0 1 0 0
Spahn, p 4 0 2 1 2
Totals
39 4 10 26 13
a-Struck out for pafko in ,9th.
. b-Popped out for Logan in 9th.
New York
Milwaukee
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000 20001014
E Kubek.xLOB New York 7
Milwaukee 11. 2b Logan, Ber
ra, Aaron. HR Skowron
Bauer. RTP Pftv!ntsn nnr
- wu, 1101
Skowron, Bauer. 2, Covington,
ofami, jDiutun. ,:s
B IP H R EI
Spahn (W) 10 8 3 3
xxFord 7 6 3 3
Duren (L) 2 23 4 1 1
xxFaced two batters in 8th.
BB Spann 4 (MeDmicraM
Ford, Mantle 2), Ford 3 (Aaron
Mathews 2), Duren 1 (Schoen (Schoen-Hlenst).
Hlenst). (Schoen-Hlenst). SO Spahn 6 tKubek,
Ford, Carey, McDougald. Skow Skowron,
ron, Skowron, Bauer). Ford g fMathewn 5
Aaron, Crandall, Spahn, Logan
l, ocnoenaienst), Duren 5 (Mt
cock, Crandall. Bruton. Mathews
Aaron). WP SDahn, Ford. PB
Berra. U Barllck (N) plate;
ferry (A) first base, Gorman
n second base; Flaherty (A)
third base; .lackowski (N) ritrht
field; Umont (A) left field: T
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$277,283.00.
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Tournament To Beg

Midwest Football Giants ?
Figure To Win This Week

By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK (UPI) ; Those
three eiants of the Midwest-Okla
homa, Michigan State and ; Ohio
State '-"ure to do it again -this
week
In tne East, the pek is Army
over Penn State in the first ma
jor showdown for sectional hon
ors but out in the Midwest, where
titles so often are won. the "Big
Three" are likely to be grabbing
the headlines. It s Oklahoma over
Oregon, Michigan State over Mich
igari and Ohio State over Wash
ington in the Midwest's big ones.
Around the naton:
The East
Army over Penn State -Cadets
outspeed 'em with new stuff.
Navy over Boston u. wavy oy
weight of numbers.
Brown over Yale Yale to de
velop later.
Also: Boston College over vuia-
nova, Massachusetts over Bran
deis, Bucknell over Carnegie Tech
Rutgers over Colgate, Cornell over
Harvard, Dartmouth Nver Penn
sylvania, Lehigh over Gettysburg,
Syravuse over Holy Cross, La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette over Muhlenburg, Rhode
Island over New Hampshire,
Pnncenton over uoiumoia, Delaw Delaware
are Delaware over Temple, Maine over Ver Vermont.
mont. Vermont.
The Midwest
Michigan State over Michigan-
On depth and power.
Ohio State over Washington -Husky
passes a mild worry.
Oklahoma over uregon Bang!
Bang!
Pittsburgh over Minnesota- Pitt
a surprise, so far.
Also: Iowa over Air Force,
Northwestern over Stanford, Wis
consin over Marouete, Houston
over Cincinnati. West Virginia 0-
ver Indiana. Kansas State over
Utah State. Colorado over Kansas,
Nebraska over lowa Mate, uxia uxia-homa
homa uxia-homa State over Wichita.
The South
Illinois over Duke Comeback
for the Illini.
Mississippi State over Tennessee
Stacy the difference.
Clemson over Maryland But
Terps proved they can be danger dangerous.
ous. dangerous. Also: Vanderbilt over Alabama,
Auburn over Chattanooga Georgia
Tech over Tulane, Georgia nver
South Carolina, Louisiana State
over Hardin-Simmons, wake or-
Bruton, Spahn
Team Up For
Brave Victory
By RAY DOBERTY
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 2 (UPI)
Outfielder Billy Bruton, still
hnt.hpred hv the bad knee that
kept him out of last year's
World Series, teamed up wun
veteran Warren Spahn to give
th Milwaukee Braves a 4-3, 10-
lnning victory in the first game
of this year's October classic.
Bruton singled sharply to
right center between the
churning Mickey Mantle and
Hank Bauer to score Joe Ad Ad-cock
cock Ad-cock with the run that gave
the Braves victory before 46, 46,-3fi7
3fi7 46,-3fi7 fans.
-It was the third hit in that
innlnir off the sDeed-balling
Ryne Duren, who was called to
the rescue of tne Yanxees- star
southpaw, Whitey Ford, in the
eighth inning.
Spahn, who lost last year's
first, oamf to Ford. 3-1. then
Lbeat the Yankees in 10 innings
in the lourtn game, iouna nun-
self behind. 3-2 alter five in innings
nings innings because of home runs by
mil skowron and Bauer.
The southpaw, who has won
more games than any other ac active
tive active National League pitcher,
then set aown 14 xanxees m
succession before Gil McDougald
singled in the lOtn witn two
nut. Mantle walked, but Spahn
got the side out when Elston
Howard filed to Bruton.
Joe Adcock got the Braves
started with one out in tne lutn
with a single to right.
Duren got Wes Covington to
fly out but Del Crandall sin singled
gled singled through the middle send sending
ing sending Adcock to second. Then up
came Bruton, who didn't get
into the game until ti-e ninth,
when he batted for Andy Paf Paf-kn
kn Paf-kn and fanned.
The slender outfielder, who
sat out half of the 1957 season
beep use of his bad knee and
played in only 100 games this
year, fouled off one pitch, took
a ball, then connected with a
Tliirpn fact hall for. his bleeest
nit since ne socxea a nomer in
his first maloE league same here
in 1953. r"
TODAY ENCANTO ,25 -.15!
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Richard Widmark In
"Pickup On South Street'

Rounds for Diinlop
-. 7'-- It

'"" '7-'
est overAFiorida State; The Cita
del over Davidson, VMI over
Richmond, Virginia y Tech over
William and Mary. vVirgina over
North Carolna Stated : A, &ry,T
' The Southwest
Baylor over Miami-Home team
edge.
Purdue over Rice-Line, should
be the answer.
Notre Dame over Southern
Methodist Close with Meredith
passing. ; .-,
Also: Missouri over Texas A
and M, Arizona Tempe State over
West Texas State. New Mexico
over Montana, North Texas over
New Mexico A and M, Texas
Christian pver Arkansas, Texas o-
ver Teas Tech. Texas Western
over' Abilene Christian, Mississip
pi over Trinity, TUlsa over; Arizona.:-',
:
The Far West
Southern Calfornia over Norih
Carolina-Added woe for 'Jim-,.. Ta Ta-turn.
turn. Ta-turn.
Washington State over Calif or
nia-A flier on Newman's passes.
UCLA over Oregon btate-uclans
are back on the beam.
Rockies: Brigham Young over
Colorado State, Idaho over Utah,
Wyoming over Denver.
TRAVELING MEN Don Fuel,
the heralded back involved in
the Auburn recruiting scandal,
accented a jfootball scholarship
at Nebraska.'
" s T
HEADS.UP PLAY Seem
ingly carrying his head in hia
hand, v Jo Scudero or t,
Washington Redskins Is off and
away with an intercepted pasaj
TUNISIA ASKS ADMISSION
CAIRO (UPI) Tunisia offl
daily requested admission tot be
Arab jueague, ..yesteraay. xne
league council was expected to
aoorove the. application,, with that
of Morocco, at its 1 council meet-
mgt oday- ,

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in Today

- Qualification for the 1958 Dun Dun-lop
lop Dun-lop Golf Championship vat -the
Panama Golf Club will start to today,
day, today, according to an announce announcement
ment announcement of the Club Tournament
Committee. ; ,. : ; j . ...
The -1958 Dunlop tournament,
one of the oldest at the Panama
Golf Club, will feature two men's
flights and on women's flight
Qualifying rounds win extend
through Sunday, October 19th
for all three flights, and first
round play will commence Oc October
tober October 20th. y v
' First round play must be com completed
pleted completed by C p.m., October 26th,
and the second round will start
October 27th,
. The two men's flights and the'
women's flights will use full han handicap
dicap handicap for medalist play, and the
difference between full handicaps
for all match play in all three
flights. '-v-a -y
The men's qualifying flrst
flight handicaps will be from,0
to 11, and the second flight han handicap
dicap handicap will be from 12 upward.
Succeeding rounds of play will
be played each week following
the first flight. ;; ,
The' Dunlop tournament is
sponsored by Doel Agencies of
Panama City, the genial owner
f which, Billy Doel, is an ardent
golfer, as is the General Manag Manager,
er, Manager, John Mayles. The Doel Agen Agency
cy Agency is offering, as annually in this
tournament, many beautiful sil sil-ver
ver sil-ver awards for the medalist in
the men's and women's flights,
and the first, second and third
places in each flight. Medalist
play in each flight will be the
low net.
Second Game
Probable Lineups
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 2-(UPD
VmaIi. KIa 11 1
"": inicups iur me secona
game ot the World Series r
NEW YORK
Bauer, rf
McDougald, 2b
Mantle, cf r
Berra, c
Skowron, lb
. Seibern, If
Lumpe, 3b
Kubek ss
Turley. n s
MILWAUKEE
Schoendienst;-2b'lr
"! ;BMltoA; cU'f' 01' !?"(! tJ tJ-'Mathews,
'Mathews, tJ-'Mathews, b -I
Aaron, rf
Adcock or Torre, lb
Covington, If
Crandall, c
Logan, ss
Burdette, p ;
Umpires:' John Flahprtv m,
plate; Albarlick (NX.) 1st base;
viancv oerry 2nd base;
Tom Gorman (NX.) 3rd hasi
Foul linear Bill Jackowski (N.
a-.) ana Frank Umont (AX.)
World Series
Facts, Figures
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. '2
luni racts and figures on the
1958 World Series:
Opponents M i 1 w a u kee
.Braves, National League cham champions,
pions, champions, vs. New York Yankees
American League champions.
Winner First team to win
four games.
Results to date 1st game
Milwaukee 4, New York 3 (10 in
nines).
Remaining games and sltes-
2nd game. Countv stadium Mil
waukee, Oct. 2; 3rd, 4th and 5th
ur necessary), Yankee Stadium,
New York, Oct. 4, 5, 6; and 7th
ui necessary), county Stadium
Oct. 8, 9..
.Starting N times Milwaukee
crames start at. 2 n m Tanom
time); New York games start at
noon (fanama time), except Oct
5 game which starts at 1 p.m!
(Panama time).
Series favorite Milwaukee,
o-o.
Second game favorite Mil
waukee, 11-10.
Second game pitcher Mil
waukee, Lew Burdette (20-10)
New York, Bob Turley (21-7).
Weather forecast Increas
ing cloudiness with possible
showers in the afternoon. Slight
ly warmer witn.high tempera
ture In low 60's. f ;
Rival managers Miiwoniro
Fred Haney; New York, Casey
otciigei.
Umpires Al Barlick, Tom
Gorman and Bill. Jackowski, Na National
tional National League; Charley Berry,
,unn rianerty and Frank V
mont, 'American League. ,
Financial figures of the first
game: i
. Attendance, 48,367. .'
Net receipts, $277,263.60. '
Players' share, $141,404.44.
Commissioner's share, $41,589.
54 ,'- J.;' ', ;,.' a,--:
Clubs' and leagues share, $23,
587.40. ,, i ,)
KACLES BACD SIDELINED
' WASHINGTON (UPI) Offen Offen-sive
sive Offen-sive halfback Sid Watson of the
Washington Redskins will be side sidelined
lined sidelined from two to four weeks be
cause of two broken ribs suffered
in last Sunday's game against the
Philadelphia Eagles,

Editorr CONRADO
JLaHenHappy
On Bench For
MILWAUKEE i VUPIV- is i Don
Larsen; -who went from hero to
ham in one swift year, was Mppy
to be sitting on the bench as" the
World Series opened todays;
Two i years ago he stood the'
baseball world on a its collective
ear by pitching the first perfect
game- in world, series ; his tory
against; ;the Brooklynr 'Dodgers.
Last-year he was the loser as Lew
Burdette won the final Sgame tor
amwauxee. : v::: v-Z't.-;-.'-?-- f"
This time around as the Braves
and Yankees go back at it again
Larsen almost didn't make: it."
''It looked ior a; time asiif I
wouldn't even get on the Yankees'
World Series eligibility list," he
remembered. "I worried about it
a lot. But now I'm in, thank good?
ness. v -'' v ;-.;. "'A::,
And. he toredcted. he iust mieht
have a "pretty good series.' ci
Had Bad Year
Larsen almost missed the boat
because of a "tender" fight elbow.
it kept him out of action through
most of August and early Septem
ber and, whue he still isn t cer
tain just what was wrong he
knows he won only nine games
this season. 1
"Coming up toward the end. of
the season," he recalls,' ""there
were two pitching spots enen on
the Yankee World Series eligibili eligibility
ty eligibility list. There were three of us in
contenton-Tom Stufdivant, Mur-
rv Dickson and myself. Well, Vir
gil Trucks was dropped from he
'sst and we illt hree made it;But
there were moments when I won
dered, I'll tell you."
Sports Briefs
ADDED TO ALL-STARS
NEW YORK (UPI) Barney
Cable of Bradley 1 and Bennie
Swain of Texas Southern aret he
latest additions to the Collepe AH'
Star basketball team which will
play the New York Knicke'bockers
in a charity game at Madison
Squarev Garden Qct, 18.
STEELERS ACQUIRE END
PITTJJBURGH (UPI) The Pitts
burgh Steelers have purchased of
fensive end Dick Lucas from the
Chicago Bears on waivers and are
now asking for waivers on rookie
end Jon Evans.
SIGN CLEVELAND CAST-OFF
KEliiNA, sask. (UFi) xackie
Harry Javernick, dropped by the
Cleveland Browns last week, has
been signed by the Saskatchewan
Roughriders of the Western Con
ference.

Hoople Changes Lineup,

But Stays Unbalanced

By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOP EL
Adviser to Fielding Yost
HAK-HAFF, Followihg a start-
line disBlav of orognosticanting in
which South Carolina defeated
Duke and College of Pacific turn
ed back California as 'my zillions
of readers were assured before beforehandI
handI beforehandI found myself working dou doubly
bly doubly hard on this week's: set of col college
lege college football forecasts.
Egad! Compacency, the very
enemy of genius, reared its head
within my organization.
With people clustered along the
length and breadth of the land a-
waiting news of this week sv as astounding
tounding astounding array of upsets, my as
sociates. Mr. Caspar Swayhoover
and Mr. Red Board uaiy, lett
their slide rules unattended during
a round of luncheon parties, fron'
which they invariably failed to
return.
When I received word that Dr.
Quentin Zlobotny, the noted fourth
dimension scientist, had obtained a
writ of habem cornm 'and "iv
nsttonomer. Dr. -Vladimir Mc-
Grath, had recovered from his
satellite fixation, i summarily dis dismissed
missed dismissed my co-workers.
Zounds! There was much work
latev Into the night to make up for
lost time, but we were able to tri triumph.
umph. triumph. Dr. Zlobotny 's fresh ap approach
proach approach immediately manifested it itself.
self. itself. .-.'.:.
He has had a good, rest of late,
thus was able to stat Unit the
nrs of the midwest, will be filled,
Saturday night, bv the emoo
John Phillip Sousa termed the fin
est college marching music in
the world. That would be the Uni
versity of Michigan's "Champions
of the west." n shall be played
endlessly, following the. Wolverines
smohlne 27-14 victory over mieh
ty Michigan State. Zounds! What

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World Series;
'Jt-
' X
l There it a Wt bf irony to Larv
sen's ups and downs. When hr
pitched his famous ; perfect gim
against the : Dodgers, he used a t
brand new?? "no i windup" tech- J
nique.
. Adopted By Turley'

It was so effective H was adoptx
ed by" "Bullet Bob'Turley,1 who
used it with 'sensational success

and became the Yankees'1 leading '4
winner1 this season.?; :"-' '

Now the 225-nound Larsen is
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ups using met no-windup tech j -nique
when he has baserunners i

and wnding- up "'to get a liflla : -something
extra -and a changenol

contuse tne outers : wnen taera
are no oaserunners. , -..;
Charnley vs.Orllr
Contenders' Bout
In London Oct 28
LONDON, Oct. 2 (UPI) Brit-
ish lightweight champion Dave
Charnley will fight third-ranked
Carlos .Ortiz of Puerto Rico ; in
a 10-round bout at 137 lbtC HOct.
28, promoter Jack Solomonsan Solomonsan-nounced
nounced Solomonsan-nounced today. :, .-z
.! Also on .the card of die,,meejk
which will be the last staged";
at London's Harrlngay Arena -before
it is turned into a grocery
warehouse is a 10-round bout (
at 121 lbs.. Between Britain's
Terry Spinks and Dal Dower,
Thirty two days after ;hls bout
with 22-year-old Ortiz,, a demo-
lition staff sergeant in the U.S. I
Aimy, Charnley will fight top-
rated challenger DulIlo Loi.ofc
itaiy in Milan ior tne latter
Fnrnnonn HcrHt.weltrlit tltlo
Should Charnley win both
fiehts, Solomons will match him

with Joev Brown for the "world...
title "rieht. here ; in London,." ;

- uotn- urazr ana nis uiaaicier

ma r erguson wm arrive nere c. ,t
21SOlomons said. Although few i r

remember" it, .Ortiz hasfourht
hit England once before fivejaij

years ago wnen ne iougnt a an v (
afriateur 'for the1 boys 'tlub (

; New York against the "London

Federation of Boys Clubs. He i!i
then won a three-rOund decrMony
over a London lad named, George' 1
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Kilowatts, u win be tne "seventh
tn he hinlt in this nnntrw It will
t. ...1 t r..,..n. -. .

ue ereuiea in puiioiK uuunty. t,

Genius at work,.
an upset!

Ah, but there are more! Villa-' .' t
nova, Dr.'McGrath vows, l'w III ";
have the Philadelphia Main L'ee (; ;
citasv after it( opples Boston
College by 21-20 v
Can you believe it? Heh-heh.
These, are only the cream off the.
milk. Bead on for Ihe rest of" my t
unbelievable predictions: ;Jjs
Alamaba 7, Vanderbilt 9 , V
Tax. Christian 27, Arknnsas t 4,

Ariny 27, Penn State 7
Villanaua 91, Rutlm rIU.. Ill

Villinova 21, Boston College 'SO t t
Michljn 27 Michigan State U r J r
Navy 34, oon UnWinityJ 7
Ciierrn 40, Knss t r
West Vrflinla 21. Indiana Ii ';J
Oregon State 14, Oregon IS i t, r
Rica 7, .Purdue 7 v vt"-v
Sou. Calif. 20, North Carolina IS,..
Notre Dame 21, So. Mathodlst V y
Ohio State 44, Washington 1 1 -Y t
Princeton 14, Columbia 4 ',,1' .;
Miami ef Fla. ,14, Baylor 11
Duke 14, Illinois v i, Vv,r v I
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PRACTICING FOR UNITED FUND TOURNEY Major General Charles L. Dasher, U.S. Army Caribbean commanding gen gen-ITri..
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ed Fund Tourney October ,14-18, are General Dasher, an in "the .background, left tojright, IA Col James A. ''MooreFort
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'WOMIN'S WORLD OP
M BOWLING

gunday, the Canal Zone1 chapter
Y the Women's International
Jowung Congress met "J"
to Service'Wnier.'.One of the im im-Sunt
Sunt im-Sunt isfuea brought for discus discus-ion
ion discus-ion was "unsanctioned" leagues.
WIBC, Mowing the same policy
j i, th. menV ABC, makes it easy
?r att leagues to be sancion ed.
Wording ?o WIBC, the defirotion
' f a Ieague'il two or more teams,
fowling to a prearranged sched sched-wwuoB
wwuoB sched-wwuoB y r .anctioned

.guesirewtrmittedtobowl

: ,ith Or in iubvWv..vv. .-
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PACIFIC WOMEN'S LIAGU1
" OP CLAYTON wL

Eye Open
. Dreamers
.dsides
Cats &:
tr GaUv.
v:;iahs ..
r iUes'

M EyiOpn

JOE WILLIAMS

, By TREVOR SIMONS N
The biggest iDectacle in the

Canal vZone Interscholastic Athle-.
tie Droerim. the football Jambo-.

ree will officially signally signal
the ; opening of the 1958- footbU

season at Mt. nope tamum To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow night (Friday). It will be

the 9th playing of this spectacular

Tntrchool function that also 'is

the set-away for the enure Atme-

uc season. ;

Pre Jamboree acuvmes a:e

scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
and advance reports on -) ticket
sales indicate another banner turn
out 'that should match, last year's

recora auenaance.

The 'Cristobal 'Tigers will be

hosts for th event that will fea
ture the four competing teams,

B.H.S., C.H.S. Jr. College ami the

Athletic Club. Eacn team win oe
renresehted by their lovely queens

with Pat Lawson.as the official

hostess, queen for cristooai mgn
School. :

Coach Paul Moser has announc

ed that the plans for pre game

ceremonies will include tne ent entrance
rance entrance of the four, queens, eacb re

presenting uie'r resnective teams.

at e:30 p.m. jpoiiowii? inis, me
team captains will each present
ther queen with a football charm
necklace- as a momentn of this

memorable occasion. The cheer

leaders will enter on a fire truck

and after the presentation of tne

colors the -starting eleven for each

o' the four teams will be introduc

ed, .

Football action Is expected to

begin at 7 o'clock with the Atlan

tic Club scheduieat o meet t.i.jr

College int he first quarter. The

rival High Schools. CristoDal ann

Balboa.- will Play tne seconn
scheduled period of play. They

willt hen follow in rder, TWS v

JC. CHS vs .TC. BHS vs AC and

CHS vs AC. The team scoring the
most points will be declared win winners.
ners. winners. In thee vent, of a tie, the
team w'h the best defensive rec

ord shall be crnwned champions

of 'the 1958 Jamboree.

First Landing's Loss Sweetens

Chariibas

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Race Of Champ

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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA)--First Land

ing had been so impressive win-uongs on a lightning fast strip was
ning seven straight that his beingTan inordinate 1:43 3-5, only a fifth,

performance, although

splendid race." -.- y

The time for slx-ahd-a-half fur-

, Accountants 4 Merchants
, The Accountants went to work
on the Merchants and when it was
all over the Merchants found

tnemseives on me stiori end oi the
figures, showing jio profit, but a
comple e loss of all Dour points.
This week's success kept the Ac Accountants
countants Accountants undefeated, with a
streak of 12 straight wins. No bell
of the bowling crashed the 5C and
the scoring honors went to Elean Eleanor
or Eleanor Borgij of the- Merchants' maid maidens
ens maidens with 493 (Muriel Mtfchusson

(was the leader for the accountants

with;488.;" '-"':-
Balboa Brewertttei 2 Buyers 2
The Buyers bought the first
game by paying out 8 pins from
thtt ten pins handicap they had in
reserve. However the Balboa
Brewerette Beer Beauties boune.

ed back by bowling blistering 840

it s fame. .

9 7'- This foamy gam gave theni
9 two Doints because the

8 8 'brought into the win column the

7 ibsi game. Mere too, none of the
' i" 9 queens Joined the srtn rnvniHr

7 9 with Buyer Betty Coleman being
'v ? 10 tpps for ter team with 493, and

J Beauties T ,iewereiies -star was Marilyn

ShODDSrS 3 Salaelartia. 1

As oftenis the case,, the Shop

?. WnMu broke in:o the wm
fia' bright.' and early, but
4mnJ-. MAA frJa rWn maidens

P iSWT rJz;-ZJ .nrt took pers gave the salesladies rnPrH

SSa tSfcFQurJJh VI Rudy and. Marge Hicks

icaiueo up, eacn roiling no games
and sparked the Shoppers to their
a win,Vl tame DacH with 180

? iif e., oavperB iooifttiiat one.
In the linaie Little Lil Gunn took

i i 1 M'iee and donui iee"c -fcS
month.. Marcetta P ucker

i tristeredf i28r-Louise Broadhurst,

v nnn .VM BUCKS IM ". j i u u

"O! wiii.rkv making it four ypunea ner tour

cuties to a decis-

i 5 'i r.T-.. ... I... .M-n

wsssry -ivage-r

tror theaBeauties the steuaj

i .... via s' Danhne "l.iUI wJt

AlthOUBh tho nUlo.' lor.no

lacking 500 series this match pro produced
duced produced five. For the Shoppers Vi

i Psl"" 7ift,"wlth a

KtNexrwas Donia'RufX 557 Marge Hick, 517 and
&Me5wiui561ndJean Helen Glud 508. For the Sales Sales-ite.
ite. Sales-ite. San smacked out 503. Udtoi LU Gunn 509, and Dolores

.R.... 3 Alley Cat. 1

The ,Alley pats fuU of vim
r n to win the opener,

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BALBOA MENS LEACUI

The winter session of tha Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Men's League is scheduled
o start this evening at 7.30 p.m.

Pole-Sitting Fan

Goes To Hospital"

tvi'h fA on

jr,,, alii m it ; c w

;.The AUey ,Cats full of vim and j vm na no, cap and gathered a to
'f i i. t in Mu- ooBner.- but l 823.

turned into quiet kittens and were
th. Roses in the next

three points; mis aept t
itied for second place.: Wally Mor Morgan
gan Morgan maintained her topnotcn keel keeling
ing keeling with 504, and got excellent sup
port: from teammate F. Holtslandr
t-MA' Vnr thw nussv kittens

Margaret. IHcks knocked ott theK

boards sw iw ? r rr
tames'"- :';'.?-'-v-V,:iO"
Lucky Dreamers 4 Broadsides 0
The Lucky Drea,m?rs did v'pt
- nni. did they i Seek, assist

ance front. Lady Luck, but went
..i vnrVprf oft the Broad

sides for aU fou points, M game
fWe considerably close, one by

li sticks; anomer oy t
h 23.' -'" ' '

Diminutive Anne Hill woke up
s 543 pin fall; and Noreen, Jones
tas neict with 527 and Anita Pa s s-ki
ki s-ki i vnn the flattened :' out

SHsi'He. Betty McCloud n d

Shirley Van Osdol joined the" "elite
r?!5ii J h Ml and SB1. I iKMr

' utter Oels J Martians 1
i- whi bang of a match

(iWhere'no quar'ers Vere asked'not

were any given, me.: uu yuoio
repelled the Invading ,Mairtianas

their weapon of .46 hdep -sticks,
dealt the opening blow by 12-pina.'
The Martians counterattacked and
-won by one pin In the next battle;
iru'twA outfit -: continued their

tfwsle when the Martians were

two princesses with regal 500
v. For the GCN Kayt Ca'bot
,, Id Leone- Stockier 538. 'For
i' irtians. Thelma Gnibert 818

overly Jackson 542,

,J' Jul C TTV A VkWfl

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MILWAUKEE,-Is it good Judg Judgment
ment Judgment to sacrifice defense for of offense
fense offense In a short series? Obvious

ly Fred Haney, manager of tne

champion Braves Deneves h or

else he would not ce stressing me
importance of Wes Covington's

bat.; v '

"We are a better ball club when

he's in the lineup," he told us be before
fore before yesterday's curtain dropper.
"Conseauentlv. I'm going to get

as much use out of him la th Se Series
ries Series as I can."

Covington has a knee conaiuop.

datirig back to spring training. It

is the tvoe of injury which not on

ly narrows hia fielding range but

Compels mm to stay inieuirai

gear; he is tncapapie oi a quica
forward, or quick backward move-

ment... but he can still swing a

crashing bat.

Only Hanx Aaron ana &aaie
Mathews have made more homers
and driven in more runs, and

they've Put in twice as much play

ine tinie. In consistency of per

formance Covington has paced an

the local' hitters.

Back in the dressing room of
the Cncinhati Reds. Jimmy Dykes

shook his head ... "I'm glad it's

Hanev's problem; not mtne

You've got to be lucky to get by

with crippled outtielder. Me can

hit a millioh and still murder you

For every run he drives in there 11
always be the danger he'll give

way two." ,

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Logan Jlrtory
We then mentioned that Haney
had indicated an awareness of
just such a danger by volunteer volunteering
ing volunteering the information that under no
circumstances, ld he use Jo
Adcock in Yankee Stadium's left
field.
Dykes nodded..."Naturally. Han Han-ey's
ey's Han-ey's too kind a man. Besides he d
be risking a manslaughter charge.

You see, that's what makes hil

problem a real tougme. Adcock s
a good hitter but a poor fielder.
You don't notice this much out
here where left field is rather
short, but in the Stadium it's dif

ferent. There you must have
speed as well as the sure handed
glove." : ''V-'"
We were soon to discover that
most of the Reds agreed with
DykesuThey felt Covington might

prove to be more a hindrance than

a help; that if circumstances

should contrive to cast him in a

MTT.waTTtrrMP n pivotal roie, ne couio lose tne se-

4,tv,., iu' f,i' I ries as easily as he could win" it.

.VJ..SrV 'Tl Reds also-had their doubts

olj": r ir"' "10fc"w-v.bout' Johnny Logan, another key

vn8i"l- weeVuin?' erayei member of the Braves. Han,y had

mmm A nllaCvu AVIU ViC WjJ OI U
135-foot light pole In centerfleld
at County stadium. J.-'-
Why?: .' i rr:l f.-'ij J..; i
"I'm a baseball fan," said Al.

bano, who ?was numbed with was no problem

rear awi com when firemen got

The Reds disagreed "..."Against
is he 'certainly hasn't been, the

shortstop he was a year ago. When

a guy goes into a batting slump
bis whole game suffers. And Lo Logan
gan Logan is no different from any oth

er ball player who all of a sudden

nnas ne cant nuy a oase mw ne si
worried plenty." .,

This reminded Dyses jof tne
childlike, trusting faith managers
usually, bring to such situations...
"You're sure yor guy is going to
snap out jf it overnight and have
a b.g series, ti,tfiigh simple logic is
all agains' i.- If anything, your

guy aci.niiy tgures to g?i worse
to tighten: up and itart pressing.
That's; what Itifppehed; td Gil Hod
ges the year he didn't a get a loud
foul. The. i harder be tried, the
worse he looked."

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In most pre Series analysis.

pitching and hitting reDeive the

highest critical consideration. It is

agreed that one Or the oilier vail
be the determining factor. You

wiirnote- htwever, that the, Keds
were piimarily concerned with

the Braves strength ui the field.

Defensive defects stand; out glar

ingly and are often more disas

trous in the Series because ; t h e
play is restricted to a maximum

of1 seven games; over A longer
pbll superior hitting and pitching
will nullfy, If not offset, certain
shortcomings Jri, the feld. ;

Almost invariably the big hitter

or the mow-'em-down pitcher will

malce off With the top Series hon honors.
ors. honors. That's because the dramatic

normally overshadows the dexter

pus. A clutch double play, a runn

ing siiueBiruie caicn. a cuioii man

euver that prevents an advance...

These things don't always stand

out out they decide more cham championships
pionships championships than is generally real

ized.

previously admitted his shortstop

wasn't hitting up to his usual

standard (.225 against a career av

erage of .278) but he was still mak

ing all the plays, -and, in any case

Spoils Briefs

Opinions are somewhat dividpd
In the selection of a favorite to cop

the 9th Jamboree t'tle. The Athlp

tic Club, with a 27-man souad o!

experienced hands re given a
slirfht edee. though lack i of frp-

ouent practice seisinns h8"e 1',f
many grid fan in a doubtful

franie of mind. The cofcensuis nf

opinion is that the Athletic cum
will improve with each Pa me ann

are excepted to be at their Dest

later in the season.

Balboa's powerful backfield of

Reynolds. French. Ness and Cap

have shown enough to put the Bull

dogs right up on the fop of the

list wheac: selecting a winner for
the iJamboree. Cristobal's chances

will: depend greatly on tne staying
power of some 19 players, while

C.Z. St.- College is listed as the
outsider.

Since the inauguration of the

Jamboree back Jn 1950, grid fans
throughout the Isthmus have come

to expect that the winner m wis
opening event will eventually eo
on to be grid champs of the C.Z.

In 1950 J.C. made a dean sweep
of the Jamboree and the title. In
1951 CHS won the Jamboree and

went on the share a ro-cnam'in-

shin with Balboa.. Balboa High

nosed out the Tigers in 1952 .-.nn

finished the season interschool

champs and so on right nn t?""!
1957. And so itl s that this yard yardstick
stick yardstick has proven nearly foolproof;.

beaten a length by Intentionally

in the $114,396 Belmont Futurity

was shocking to most.
' This set up further the greatest
race in memory, which will be
the $150,000 Champagne at a mile

on Oct.. 11. This will be the 88th
running of the Champagne and

many of them are memorable.

wno wiu ever torget me tenn non nondescript
descript nondescript Alsab setting the world

recordfor two-year-olds, 1:35 2-5,

in 1941? And Count Fleet, just
starting to demonstrated his true

worth, lowerjng it to 1:34 4-5 a

year later? r

But this Champagne could top

them all and oncemore lower the

record. Here you have the five

top juveniles of the finest crop in

years First Landing and inten

tionally, swiftest in the East;

Restless Wind and Dunce, the

leaders in Chicago; and the Irish Irish-bred
bred Irish-bred Tomy Lee, the California
champion, at Belmont Park.

The beauty of it is that a
scratch or two will not material-

lv affect the, production, as it so

frequently does in racing. Others
afmost sure to go are Black H'Hs,
Sherry Prince, That Lucky Pay
and Pilot. Colts cominff out of

mile maiden races are expected

to fill the corking fieldt o 10.

IT WILL TAKE MORE than

one defeat to convince First Land

ing's admirers that the racey look

ing son. of Turn-To Hildene isn't

the slickest Juvenile to come a

long in some time. They include

the justly celebrated fcooe Area
rn currently riding the C. T. Che

nerv bay with an aluminum guard

protecting an infected, shin.

Dancer's record for the

event.

historic

THE TEMPERAMENT OF nu

merous horses which stand out on
the much maligned Widener chute
is such thatt hey are worried a a-bout
bout a-bout turns.
"I was on Intentionally when
he was beaten three-and-a-quarter
lenghts by First Minister in the
Grand Union at Saratoga," recoj recoj-lected
lected recoj-lected Arcaro. "Then, you wnl

recall, I was on First Landing

when he beat First Minister five-and-a-half
lengths in the Hopeful."

Willie Shoemaker- rode- intention-

allyi n the Futurity, but wiU'be

astride Restless Wind in the

Champagne. The Shoe also is the
regular jockey for Tomy Lee,
which easily beat all-comers n

bagging six straight in California,
where breeders believed they had

their most formidable lot of young
sters since racing was resumed
there.

But Fred Turner, Jr., was luc

ky in oil and cattle' long before r
he acquired Tomy Lee as a tfirow
in while buying another for $35',''
000. Bill Hartack's 15-day suspen- 1
sion will be up just in time for '

him to ride the colt with the fly

ing four white feet.
The Champagne will be a race

of champions horses and jqckeytv-

Athletics Complete; ::
Carl;' TJ AUU :-

Lqinci naue hum
New York Yankees
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (TJpf) The
Kansas "City Athletics have com com-nleted
nleted com-nleted an earlier trade with the

New York Yankees by bujin a
"van! annA nrncnoM minne"

leaguer John (Zeke) Bella. ;

Acquisition of the 27 year-old
Bella Tuesday night was the final
chanter of a deal that sent Murry

Dickson to the Yankees 'in late ;
August. r--3
Bella, who plays first base .or,
the outfield, hit .399 with Denve.,,W

11113 BCB3UU, I ?

Asked if he would trade the

mount on First Landing for an

other of his choice, the disappoint

ed Arcaro, who has ridden sever

al and seen them all, said: Most
certainly not. I've got to assume
that Intentionally oatdid himself
and unoed on the straightaway of

the Widener chute and First
Landing wasn't quite up to his top

Santa Cruz Sports

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YOU'D DO IT TOO It's no special 'occasion when Jockey.
Willie Shoemaker, leftrarvd George Edward Arcaro go out for

. W LFet.

2 0 1.000
2 1 .667.
1 2 .333

0 2 .000

him, off -his windy,,, swaying

percn.

Albano said he climbed the

DOle In the morninc After

sneaking Into the stadium.. He

took that course when he could

nu puy a wo.es. .;,vv- RIDES THREE WINNERS

He wasn't discovered until aft- -BOSTON (yn)-Jockey Henry
er the game had started, and ,B,,?ck nrode thre "in h ilm
v..m u aaa L. j folk Downs Tuesday, including

tere Wth play to get him down.!"0"1 Dream in the feature

e.te?f.ewm; mSK 'uiv.fill'-- CHICAGO (UPI) Golf Digest
?S(ey4nt 8 e5rfl magazine, has named Bob Goalby
him a couple ofe. ' 0f BeJlevflle; Hl.,1ts "golf rookie
.An aerial fcladdet was leaned of 1958." Goalby r 27, f won one
against the pole, but it was 35 tournament and was in the top

By C

Teams

Ecuador

Cuba

Coca. Cola
Tulsa

w,- Last oamas .Results, f.
Ecuador, 43 Cue Cola 20 -,
, Coca Cela 2i Cuba 30
Lhst Tuesday Ecuador wont hetr
second straight; Mme without ? a
loss by dowms Coca; "Cola 43-20

while Cuba beat Coca Cola '30-26.

Ecuador kept their winning
streak vauevr pjr whipping Coca
Col.

Eric Carew' (E) gained" scoring fbihg.

honors with 14 points. He was fol

lowed by team mate. E. Cooper

iz ana Miiiett tec.) 8.
' In the second contest Cuba

knocked Coca-Cola into third

place. Cuoa has won two conse consecutive
cutive consecutive gamesi after the'r bnlv set setback
back setback on opening day, High Print Printers
ers Printers were; R., Sealey- (C) 13 H.
Jackman (C.d) and R, Millett
(CC) 6.

Paraiso Sports

Paraito High Will Invada
Rainbow City Friday For
Third Volleyball Contests
Male and female volleyball play players
ers players from the Paraiso High School
will invade Rainbow .City tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, afternoon for the third meet meeting
ing meeting of the scheduled five game
series for the 1958 chamnionshin.
These Pacific Siders, who took
theo pening engagements on the
Atlantic Side last week Tuesday

and Friday last drooped their op opponents
ponents opponents in the second day's as as-signmnts
signmnts as-signmnts for a commanding lead,
will endeavor this Friday to wrap

up the titles on the nomesiers

pmirt- r.

UThe Rainbow Citv boys and

girls showed some improvements
V ; ---l AU- ..

last weeK ai raraiso wnen imb um um-mer
mer um-mer -went three games in the set

before they were stooped ano m
girls passing ten points in the sec

ond game of their set. The boys
lost -15, 15-13 and 8-15 while the
ladies took a 15-0 and 15-11 drub-

feet short.

7:

V-l, Ifi
. lit

five in three others to. earn more

VOMEN'S- LEACUE, .V? ;tlff breeze about four feet, fire- Jnkm n.n

man Ea Curran, -carrying -125 DETROIT (UPI The Detroit
feet Of life rope on his ; backlputona f the National Basketball

. i. ,, . V'''!1 -5 w iuusuvi anu Association nave ; renucea ineir
W i sl nUni n ;- ."Untor i the .trip roster to "12 players by dropping

,Mff .... BV.. -. '..i, I till CO IIFVJUCW .4W

lies v- v' 2 M cniuea erooKiyiuw w
. iv.i th rinnn 151. 1 taken to the Milwaukee County

'job 150, Roberta 144. i General Hospital for observaJ;lonJgan St.).

nessee Tech), Hank Morano (St,

Peter'sv and jacK wuiggie (JUiciu

T CROUP "B"
Team .-v. WLPet.

Diablo 1 H sir V 3 0 1.000

Malta Vigor rt 1 1 .500

Sour Cola 12 .333

Nabisco "v3M-0 2 .000

Last Game Results
Diablos IT vs Malta Vigor 18 f
Spur Cola 14 vs Diablos 32
, Last Tuesday Diablos won both

of their games to stretch their

winning atreak and league lead.

Diablos beat Malta Visor 37-18 tne

following day whipped Spur Cola
32-14. t vu ;f.:'f'1 '

- In, the firstl game. Malta Vigor

never threatened., Hi"h pointers
were: K. Evelyn; 23,: ; R. r Bowen

and G. Sealey 6.
In the second fame, high Point

era we: K. Evelyn 19 and A.

Fauey 7. r,

Violents Annx First-Haf
Schedule In Paraiso VB Loop

Steve Garhett's Ciolents annex

d the first half of the current Pa

raiso male volleyball league nere

this week by virtue of a 6 ana' o
perfofmance after th.ee wekks of
itrenuntu endeavors, which saw

them facing stubborn opposition
from the Quebec and Cornet S'x S'x-es,
es, S'x-es, both of whom were early fa fa-vorites
vorites fa-vorites to take league honors. :

i The Violents deserve mucn
praise for theire xploits as the
(tminrl had none of the highly rat

ed players about the community,
but were able to shape a team

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'THURSDAY, OCT Or HI t,.l:J
AGI EIGHT
C LA S S IF I ED S
: THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE'
1 FOR IN FORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0743
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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FOSTIR'S Cottasee ana" Lara,
Beach Hoom. On mil Mat. rkei
Casino Phons Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS OccsmM Cottasee
Saul Clars R. da P. Hwm p p-ama
ama p-ama 3-1177 Cristobal 8.1673.
Shrapnel's furnished nomas,
Santa Clara Beach. Call Balboa
'T72-
Baldwin'! furnished apartment!
'at Santa Blara Beach. Talaphona
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Spand your weekends at Rio
Mar. tha bait baach In tha Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kind of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, opan day and night. Tha
new management it at your aerv aerv-ice.
ice. aerv-ice.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished houae,
$55.00 a month. Inquire at
Tilcreit 1 Vi ""le beyond Ar Ar-raijan,
raijan, Ar-raijan, check station.
FOR RENT: San Francisco,
furnished, chalet good for two
couples. $90.00 with garage.
Half chalet, furnished, $50. (Gas
including). One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished new apartment. $60.
Tels. 3-2930 o 3-6222.
WDtTES YUGOSLAV MINISTER

LONDON (UPI) The Foreign
Office announced today that
Yugoslav Foreign Minister Koca
Toovic would visit Britain as
"est of the government Oct. 28 28-3
3 28-3 The announcement said Brit Brit-i
i Brit-i Foreign Secretary Selwyn
iT yd invited him when Lloyd was
IinJfUgoslavia last year.
kXicAN VOLCANOS ERUPT
. Kampala. Ueanda (UP1

Twtr voleanos have erupted in the
1&iarr Congo near the Uganda
h-Wejy according to travelers jre-t--fling
from the area. They said
'-fcfieurest one erupted near the
Coftgo ;town of Goma aruWthere
vce iiears me iv wum.
the RUtchuru River and cause
floods, h vv.
lit- :" 'r'-';
fGUARDIAyCIA, S.A.
Justo Arosemena Ave.
Tel. 3-7225
YOUR FEET HURT?
Mined Chlropodlsl wlU relieve
nv foot trouble, eoma, canons
tec Inirowa toe nails, toot
safe, etc
Services SCHOLL'S"
Products
I. Arosemena Ave. S3-4S
Tel. S-2Z1I
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 1-0552
I DAI
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, tranffen, toare,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
more burned out tabes
no
cuaranteed for life
work on flashlirht batteries
angle of 7e
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
NEW!
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Apartments

FOR RENT) A three bedroomi
apartment; with two bathi, living-dining
room, balcony kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, maid's room with
bath, laundry, porch, hot water
installation, "Donichita Aparts."
Near to Santuario Nacional $125.
Information Ave. Cuba, No. 25 25-43.
43. 25-43. Tel. 2-0481.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, one bedroom, living living-diningroom
diningroom living-diningroom area, kitchen, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, excellent location. Calle
50 4 1 A, call 3-6415 after 4:30
p.m.
50.00 furnished apartment,
North. American neighbors, yard,
parking frecuently transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, 2-3343 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Via Porraa
No. 120, opposite SAS. Phone
3-5024.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautiful furniture, only
one bedroom. Tel. 3-2085
2-2948.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautiful furSture Du Duplex.
plex. Duplex. Near bus atop. Tel. 3-2085
2-2948.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, private en
trance, light and rock gas. 114
Via Baliaario Porraa.
FOR RENT; In new recent built
house, two bedroom, living din din-ingreom,
ingreom, din-ingreom, kitchen, laundry tuba,
hot water, balconies, garage and
other commodities, all indepen independent
dent independent apartment, $80. Via Beliia Beliia-tio
tio Beliia-tio Porras. Entrance to Carres Carres-auillai
auillai Carres-auillai beside eld Eden Theatre.
Tel. 3-354?i Martin.
FOR RENTt-2 bedroom ppprt--menf-.
wfth- .III ; : onVniencea,
tl:1a". Et Citigreib, Edlf ici4Ca ici4Ca-pri,iCallf
pri,iCallf ici4Ca-pri,iCallf !f. fall; 3-g&ty
FOR RENT: New apartment.
Transitthmian highway. One
bedroom, diningroom, kitchen,
bath, closets, Call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Military inspected, $55.00.
Phen 3-2061, Via Porraa No.
99., ' ;v
FOR RENT: Furpishid andlin andlin-furjtithed
furjtithed andlin-furjtithed apartment, .Telephone
1386. New ; Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
TIST SEASICKNESS PILLS
LONDON nuPI) -The- British
admiralty disclosed today that
the ermy was helping the navy do
a miserable job test seasickness
pills.-The admiralty said Jw off i
cers ana 90 enlisted men. 1L vol
unteert 'atc hearty mfcals and
then 'boarded rubber life rafts in
a tanlc. The water in the tank was
agitated to simulate ocean condi
tions. The object was to deter
mine which of six pills worked
best for most men.
CAR BARGAIN
Diplomat leavinr sells Buick
Convertible Roadmaster 1958
used only three months, duty
free, reasonable price. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3308 9 to 12 noon, or
3-6219 1 to 6 p.m. 38th street
Not 1-50 P.C.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Canal Zona
United SUtea District Court lor the
District of the Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Howard J. Toland. Plaintiff vs. Do
rothy M. Toland, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 4545 CivU Docket 21 Action
for divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entiued acuon wunin ninety
days aftet the first data or pucucation.
fn case of your failure to so appear
and anawec, judgment will be taken
asalnst you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Wltneaa the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this 24th day of September, 1958.
Sara da la rena,
Clerk.
(Seal)
By Marian u. Bowen,
Deputy Clerk.
To Dorothy M. Toland.
The foregoing summons Is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated 24th day of September
19S8, and entered and filed in this c
Hon in the office of the Clerk of said
United States District Court for the
Division of Balboa on September 24,
1V58.
Sara de la rena,
Clerk.
By Marian D. Bowen,
Deputy Clerk.

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AIR CONDITIONED
UTILITIES INCLUDED
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ApuBLiSciOnS-No! I iSSai. CAM ZMOitral Ave. 41 UHIRDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasqollla FARMACIA iJoM iJoM-MRrN.
MRrN. iJoM-MRrN. 2iB" 8trt SWVICE-A.. TiwB Wo. A fARMACIA EST ADOS CNIDOS-ltt Central,.,
i f!??! Lra-1 re. do la Om Ave. No. 4.1 TOTO DOMY-Jmta Arwemena Ave. and 33 St
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ATHIS Bldt lh. B.1U VIsU Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
ration, 4-door, 6 passengers,
standard shift. Call Fort Kobbe,
5239.
FOR SALE: Lite new, Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 1957, Bel-Air, model V-8,
WW tires, two rone, automatic
transmission, 6.000 miles, can
be financed.' 3-1710 mornings,
3-0868 afternoons.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super,
power ateering, Dynaf low, radio,
wsw., owner driven. $1500.00,
$500.00 down. Balance at House Household
hold Household Exchange, 41 Automobile
Row.
Martin, Lewis Have
impromptu Reunion
On Fisher's Show
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) The last
thing jittery Eddie Fishei had in
mind for his opening TV program
Tuesday nieht was an impromptu
ranninn nf npan Martin and Jerry
Tourishut that's exaouy wnai
While JSdaie ana me ne u
. .-.1. qua
utnrrien annul duksiuic -""
from the s,udio auaience, Marun
and Bing Crosby conspirea Deninu
a curtain for an unscheduled ap
pearance.
In tne miaaie oi cuuicuj
sketch with Fisher, Lewis broke
into song. ...
Halfway tnrougn we cnoru
Dean burst through tne .curiam
pleading "pon't sing! von .j
sing! sl)
Fisher and Lewis, startled to
silence, gaped in further surprise
when Der Bingle dressed in golf
cap and sport shirt hustled on
staep irraDDea. macun auu uauicu
the singer back through the cur
tain.
Flabbergasted, Lewis sprang to
the curtain and sane, "Return to
.. A . -Al- J 1 1 11 -J
me, DUi jnarim anu viusujr ucu
to a neutral dressing roam.
It was the first time- in three
years Martin ?nd Lewis had ap-
u J lnrfn(V. n hAfftvA t n 1 ttlfl
yeaieu lucuin vavio m
sion camera.
Fisher and Jerry spent three
minutes getting the show back on
its track, after which Jerry ran
from the NBC studio to catch a
plane back to Las Vegas, where
he is appearing at a hotel.
"It was just a gag, Mortin
grinned. "Bine and I were re
hearsing for his show and decid-,
ea to nave a imie iun. u it naa
been planned ahead of time I'd
have worn a suit."
"You could call it an unre unrehearsed
hearsed unrehearsed walkon," said Crosby,
who draws the highest salary in
TV as a guest star. "If we're
lucky we may get a coupla car cartons
tons cartons of cigarettes out of this."
REDS VISIT KABUL.
LONDON (UPI) Soviet Presi
dent Klimenty Voroshilov flew
from London to Kabul yesterday
for a state visit to Afghanistan,
Moscow Radio reported. It said
voroshilov was accompanied by
N. A. Mukhitdinov. Moslem secre secretary
tary secretary of the central committee of
the Soviet Communist Party who
nas just returned from a visit to
Cairo.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Two safe 'x4' each
one. $250.00 and $350.00. In Information
formation Information Pawn Shop Stanxiola,
Tel. 2-1155.
FOR SALE: 100' cyclone fence,
2 gates, 5' high; Ceiling fan, 60
cycle. Call Balboa 4319.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
$50.00. Violin, $30.00. Spanish
guitar, $25.00. TV 21" RCA,
$195.00. Chevrolet 51, $300.00.
Dresser, $75.00. Call Balboa
3694.
FOR SALE: Hemstitch ma machine,
chine, machine, button machine with ma material
terial material to cover buttons. Pleating
machine and pleating forms.
Steaming cabinet and tablea, vary
low prices. Also diningroom fur furniture,
niture, furniture, Westinghouse refrigera refrigerators,
tors, refrigerators, China closet, gaa stove,
wardrobe, dresser, beds, chairs.
Other household articles. Apply
over the Chase Manhattan Bank
11th St, Bolivar Avenue Tel.
233 Colon.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: IS feet runabout
and late 1956 Chevrolet, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, atatien wagon. A bargain
you ean't miss. Tel. 3-7744.
Fiber glaaa your boat with BOAT
ARMOR. 44, inch cloth. $1.81
per yard. Resin, $7.80 gallon,
factory sealed. Guaranteed not to
run, go further and last longer,
easy to apply. ABERNATHY.
New and used wood and fiber
glass boats, 10, 12, 14, 16. 18
ft. Also large stock outboard mo motors,
tors, motors, ABERNATHY.
One of the finest outboard cabin
crusiera over offered for sale in
Panama or the Canal Zona... 21
foot fiborglassed, fully, equipped,
beautifully refinshed, 45 gallon
stainless steel gaa tank, two 35
. h.p. Jobnso 1951 metejs, Aa Aa-'
' Aa-' cedent trailer. YActuat ;sr.it
: owner $4800, 'will sacrifice for
$2800, cash. Worth aaeing
whether you buy or trot, ABER
NATHY. !' s..
SWIFT GETS STOCK
CHICAGO. (UPI) Swifti & Co.
has af quired more than 99 per
cent of jthe stock of Globe Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co. for an undisclosed
sum.
BUYS MATCH FIRMS
KALAMAZOO, .Mich. (UPI)
acauired Superior Match Co., Chi
cago, and Monarch Match Co.,
San Jose, Calif., for 60,000 shares
of Sutherland common stock, cash
and other considerations. The two
companies were owned by Harold
and Paul Melius.
REGATTA
YACHT PAINT
for your boat
mi
Mauricio
Across El Panama. HUtoA
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OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
' In new modern commercial building (no residential
apartments Air conditioning available. Janitor and
Night Watchman Services Central location, half half-way
way half-way .between new banks, government buildings -and
Hotel CI 'Panama. Directly on all public transport
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Home Articles

FOR SALI i Motorola 21" TV
set with 40" antenna, price
$125, phone NR 14-6147 Qrta
No. 647-A, Kobbe.
FOR SALE: 7 piece rattan liv living
ing living room set; 1 mahogany dree-' ;
aer and stool, 1 mahogany chatt
f drawert, 2 night tables, I
rocker call 3-7139, Calle 62
No. 2, Apt, 4.
FOR SALE: One wringat type
washing machine, 60 cycle, $15,
One mahogany bed, double,
with spring and foam rubber mat mattress,
tress, mattress, $50.00. 0419-B, Venade.
FOR SALI r TV RCA 24" con-
aola, very good condition, $115.
Phone Balboa 270S.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set
(Philippine Rattan), refrigerate, r
8 foot), stove (4 burner and
oven), one Wardrobe full-lenght
'mirrors, one dressing table etc.
Apply Oserie, Avenida Manuel
Maria leaaa No. 5, downstairs,
near Raymond Clinie.
FOR SALE: For leaving country,
living diningroom, all modern,
the three sets, $600.00 uphols upholstery
tery upholstery living room set, wine and
pink in perfect condition, 3-061 1
to 6 p.m.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: 4-bodroom unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished house,. Yard. Urgent. Call
2-5491 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:30
p.m.
WANTED: Used car 1956
Model preferred. Call Panama
2-5491 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:30
Dogs
':F6miDoberma pup, Itl
weeks, finest breed. Call Pana
ma 3-6300. 5.30 p.m. to T p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zona
United States District Court far tha
District at tha Canal Zona ...
Ralhba Division
In the matter of the estate of George
Frederick Nadeau, deceased. Probata
No. 8489. Notice to creditor.
Notice is Hereby given, that all par-
is claims against ueorge Fre
derick Nadeau, deceased, are hereby
required to file said claims with the
neceasarv vouchers in the Office of
the Clerk of the United SUtea District
Court at Aneon. Canal Zone, or to ex
hibit them with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned Executrix at the of
fice of L. S. Carrington, Attorney, at
Law, located 'at 17-55 Aveniaa 13,
(formerly Call Eatudiantc) not later
than the 15th dav of January 195. or
thev will be for ever barred. Such
claims filed or presented must be sup supported
ported supported by the affidavit of tha claimant
or someone on hia behalf that the
amount la Jusuy due, tnat no pay payments
ments payments have been' made thereon which
are not credited, and that there are no
off-seta to the same to tha knowledge
of the affiant
Dated thia 12th day ox BeptamDer,
1J58.
Grayce L. Nadeao,
Executrix of the aetata of
George Frederick Nadeau,
deceaeed.

Real Estate t
OR SALE: let $00 'end.1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbaniiation, ecreta theRemet
Racetrack. AU lots,, with street
fronts, sewage, water main end.5:
electricity. Call WMcBamettl
. tel. 1-2567. -
WANTED
WANTED: AKC l.x.r rtud
fawn. Writ, box 915 Jan.ma,
Tel. 2-1344. 1 i
WANTED; Practice piano.
Phone 2-6336, ialboa, C.2.
JWANTID: American couple,
t' ehildren dpairet 3 bedroom
unfurnished apartment, El Con Congress,
gress, Congress, Occupancy Kov. 1, long
term. Box 1781, Balboa.

Space Agency Takes Charge

Of Rocket And
WASHINGTON (UPI)- The gov government's
ernment's government's new civilian space agen
cy today tooK over mrecuon
of the U.S. moon rocket and Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard satellite programs from the
military services. S m
Transfer of the programs to the
National Aeronautics and Space
Agency (NASA) was ordered, by
President Eisenhower who gave
the agency broad responsibilities
in the U.S. effort to conquer space.
The order made no change in
the Defense "Department's respon responsibility,
sibility, responsibility, for missiles and other
space weapons and defenses
against attack from rockets. v
It also made NASA and the
armed forces oartners in the pro
gram designed eventually Ut, put
'man in sDaee.it vi c a
The Navy's pioneering Vanguard
program, successful Dniy once in
seven snots, was put airecuy un
der the new gency ,
NASA chief TKorlhu'GIennan
said Dr. John P. Uagenof-the
naval research laboralorv would
mntliMist as Vaneuard director,
But he refused to' say u me
rogram would be carried, en after
our Vanguard rpekets already
built are fired. The 150-meraber
Vaneuard staff will continue to
use Navy facilities "forJhe time
NASA also takes wetWectioiu
but -not the actual work of four
more attempts to shoot rockets to
the moon.. The Air force ana tne
Army each plan two ''lunar
probes,1' and will continue proj projects
ects projects under NASA supervision,
In .addition, NASA will be re responsible
sponsible responsible for three Army space
projectsone to launch a new
cosmic ray explorer satellite and
two attempts to place balloon-type
satellites in orbit. One of the bal-

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otic "(exotic fuel) engines anrl th nna.
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Miscellaneous
' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO v.;
. tfM 111 CB1STOSAL f Til
- PHONE BALBOA 1701
Commercial Sites
- FOR RJNTrTws room sHict
suits, 41 m2 available. imme
atialsfy im the f asaaaa Insurant I
Co. bids, aerosf from Hotel III
;.-Panama Hiltaaj, ..Airsonditiening, I
alecrnciry, elevator, ianitor ass
night wstthman ssrvlest alrinlf
Ui$ fountain, raslrearaa. Ceffss
'she in building, Ss et sbsM
Mrs. Mary Celsmasi at lbs Ps-
. tiama Insurance Cav 1-0U6.
TO YOUR ADVANTAGE: About
to build place for OfFlCES.
BUSINESS OR STORE, acssrding
to your naad and" taste. Reason
able rant, Phono 3-1759.
Baby Thunderbird
To, Answer Demancj
For Smaller Cars-
2 24759 FORD CB915A .10-1
DETROIT (UPI) -.The Detroil
nree -Press says-Ford Motor Cc
ate next' year' will 'offer I
stripped-down six-cylinder Thurl
dereird as Ford's snswer to
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Money Reported Pouring In
For Last-Ditch School Plan
By Don OakIy qnd Ralph tan

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 2 (UPI)- Little. Rock's private school corporation re reported
ported reported today that offers of money arid erne igency classroom are pouring in t for its
new, last-ditch plan to keep the schools w .tit.
The plan for privately-supported and privately-housed schools apparently would
leave Negroes with no high schools and wo uld be staffed by retired teachers.
But Justice Department officials said the plan was another "scheme" that simply
Won't work. The officials told United Press International in Washington it would be
the people of Little Rock, rather than the courts, that would 'reject the plan because
it would mean the end of free public education which has become the foundation of
the American way of life.
' The prohibitive cost also would be a major stumbling block, the Justice Depart

ment spokesmen said.

Dr. T. J. Raney, president of
the corporation said in Little Rock
he had picked up one contribu contribution
tion contribution of $5000 for the plan but he
declined to estimate the total.
"We'll let you know from time
in HmA what the total is." he said.

"I don't have any way of keeping,

posted hour by nour.
HI iterttary said accommoda accommodation
tion accommodation which had bn veluntr veluntr-d
d veluntr-d for classrooms, included a
crpntr's union hall, suit in
lift insurance building, "quit
'' i fw" rumpu room and a

large living room.
' Raney announced yesterdayt hat
the corporation, which has been
"stymied by the Eighth U.S Circuit
Court of Appeals in a plan to lease
the four closed high schools and
.Operate them as private institu institutions'
tions' institutions' with state money, had hit up upon
on upon the new plan.
.. The plan is to operate private
segregated schools he doubted
there will be any for Negroes in
private buildings with funds rais raised
ed raised by popular subscription.
Raney said the plans will be put
into operation next week, if the
Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals permanently forbids the use
0' four public high school build building
ing building for private, segregated
Hcrappealed for both buildings
sndTmoney and said the corpora corporation
tion corporation has chosen its course and as
long as it is supported by the peo people
ple people of Little Rock, "there will be
no turning back."
Raney read a statement about
the corporation's plans at a news
Conference in Gov. Orval E. Fau Faubus
bus Faubus conference room.
He refused to answer questions
there, but a reporter asked him
later whether the corporation pro proposed'
posed' proposed' to take fundi from white
segregationists and aet up privU
schools for Negroes.
"It looks like w art operat operating
ing operating in private homo," ho aid.
"Thtr will be no Nogro school
tht I can so. W hav reiv reiv-ed
ed reiv-ed no contribution for ny."
He announced that the first ma major
jor major contribution was "$5000 and all
l have to do is pick it up." He
declined to say who made it.
It costs about $4,500 a day to o o-perate
perate o-perate the four high schools on a
public basis.
The schools hv boon elod
mar than 3000 ttudentt, of.

whom 700 ar Ngro, 'mc.
Spt. 2.
Charles Beaver, 22, a Negro
waiter, charged that a white boy
in a passing automobile shouted
"nigger" at him yesterday and
shot him in his arm just below the
shoulder.
Surgeons took out a .22 caliber
glue', bandaged the wound and
Sent" him home. They said the
wound was minor.
.Police said they were investigat investigating
ing investigating reports that Beaver was shot
In scuffle with other Negroes.
Raney did not answer the ques question
tion question of what privately financed

schools will use for teachers.
The Little Rock Classroom Teach
ers Association met with its law lawyers
yers lawyers and announced that they con consider
sider consider themselves under contract
to- tie Little Rock school board,
no the private school corporation.
Furthermore, all the teachers
ire under the eighth U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals' restraining or-
J top legal authority in the State
ministration said the new plan
is hopeless.
"All that Faubut can do I
tfirowln tnt ewl," h taid. "It
-.would b political tulcid but h
, Jits e good out; h can ay,
'Boys, you what th ordr
fjiaya. .'

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BOin mis ointe ami inp gover governor'
nor' governor' .office has people calling up
and laying they are ready to do
anything, and they mean anything.
"But the Federal government
haS got everybody enjoined froTi
those who have charge of the
State money, the whole works.
There is no way the state can
financee duration."
In a statmnt stemming from
the Suprm Courf latest rol rolling
ling rolling Monday, President Eisen-
r aid ytrday that any oth-,-r
court xcpt compliance with
;'eourt school orders would b
J 'fraught with grave conqunc conqunc-)
) conqunc-) to our nation."
.The President came to his first
news, conference since Aug. 27
jmed with "a little slatement"
oh the integration prohlem. In
.fcrief,",,it was a plea to all Ameri-jcans-public
officials and private
citizens alike to be true to "our
constitutional ideals."
Tr rUscussing the school integra integra-"tion
"tion integra-"tion crisis, the President avoided
soecific reference to closing of
Southern schools. He noted that
he had warned last week that
'ituch, action would hsve evil ef ef-end
end ef-end said he would not elabf
'Orate.
' n asked about the Arkansas
end 'Virginia situations, he vqlun vqlun-'re')
're') vqlun-'re') his brief statement noting
"that the Supreme Court held un unanimously
animously unanimously Monday that there

must be "equality of opportunity

for education" where public funds

are involved.

As for how clostd Southern
schools could b r-opnd, th
Pridnt said that a number of
case (till wr pending in vari various
ous various courts and ho would hav
nothing to ay until they had
been dcidd.
The City Council at Norfolk,

Va., became the first public body
to directly petition for the reopen reopening
ing reopening of schools. It passed a resolu resolution
tion resolution declaring that Gov. J. Lind Lindsay
say Lindsay Almond's closing of six city
schools to avoid integration had
created an "emergency."

Almond said he hoped within a

few days to announce a plan that
would "alleviate the impact of the
volume of those children not now

in school."

About 1(1,000 studnt ar ldl
in Norfolk alon. and hundreds
mora at school in Charlott Charlott-vill
vill Charlott-vill and Warren County.
The Norfolk group's resolution

made no mention of the racial is issue
sue issue but pointed out to the eover-

nor that Virginia s Constitution

provides the Legislature "shall
maintain a public system of free
schools."

Almond alto said that although
in his opinion the S u or hv
Court's far-reaching rulinn Mon Monday
day Monday mdt o annul Virgin!'
"massive resistance" program,
"I will nvr voluntarily yield
to that which I am unalterably
convinced will destroy our pub public
lic public school system.."
Groups both for and against in

tegration were waiting to adant
their strategy .to developments
during the com,ing week.

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The National Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People ex
-pressed the hope that If schools
stay closed long enough, white
parents might take action to ct
them then again. On official
suqpestcd a writ of mandnmut
might take action to got thm
open again, On official sug suggested
gested suggested to writ of mendamu
might b. an effective, instru instrument
ment instrument In that ease.

In Florida, .a state, pree.nt"-

tive wno .ran on a plaHorra pat patina
ina patina for gradual intention of the
schools was defeated by segrega segregationist
tionist segregationist David C. Eldredge in a
Democratic primary.

The lopr, incumbent .Tonn Orr
Jr. of Miami, had urged that
classes be mixed on a grade-by-grade
basis.

The Florida rhapter of the NA-

acp charged that the state's w

ml assignment law is unconstitu

tional. The H'llsborouph County

(Tampa) school board has turned

down an NAACP request that

schools be, desegrePated, citing

provisions or the assignment law.
Justice Department sources
indicated there is a serious eues eues-tion
tion eues-tion as to whether the little Hok
School Board could be forced to

operate the schools.

Legal expert in Washington
said thev had not reached H
end of the line at far a ability
to maneuver i concerned. On
he other hand, they think Fau Fau-bus'
bus' Fau-bus' mov.t are becoming limit limited.
ed. limited. A few minute after Raney Is Issued
sued Issued his statement taying the
corporation would not be able to
put Into effect Its plan, misspell
ed lions which said "this school
closed by order of the Federal
government" wer post- at
Central. Tech, Hall and Horace
Mann Negro high school.

Lawyer Thinks He
Has Face-Saving
Plan For Faubus
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 2
(UPD A lawyer disclosed today
that he will take to the Arkansas

Supreme Court a case that could

provide Gov. orval c. f auous witn
a face-saving, way to order Little

Rock's four high schools reopened.

The lawyer, Kenneth cottett, aw

not say that was his object. But
the implications of taking the ease

to the court, which could rule that
the state law under which Faubus

closed the schools it unconstitution

al, were obvious.

The case involves a suit-titled py
Mrs.' Gertie Garrett, wife 'of a fife fife-man
man fife-man and1 an avowed segregation
ist, charging that the law under'
Which Faubus closed fte schools,
is uncostitutional. Special Chan

cellor (state district judge) t.ugene
R. Warren dismissed her suit yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. But Coffelt disclosed today that

he will appeal to the Arkansas

Supreme Court, whose integrity is,
above reoroach.

If the Supreme Court holds un un-constituional
constituional un-constituional a law which was pas passed
sed passed by a special session of the le legislature
gislature legislature five weeks ago .at Fau Faubus'
bus' Faubus' request, Faubus can take the
attitude that h has no choice hut
to open the schools, not withsand-

mg integration.

Deck Officer Strike

Hits 100 Shins
Of Atlantic Lines
f
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UPI) A
strike by deck officers agaist 21
major U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coast
shinnine lines tied uD more than

100 passenger and dry cargo ships'
today, threatening one of the most
serious strikes to hit the martime

industry in many years.
Negotiations between the Amer

ican Merchant Marine Institute,
an association representing the

ship owners, and the International
Organization of Masters, Mates

and Pilots were suspended inde

finitely yesterday and there were
indications of a standoff. The
strike already had begun to effect

New York City where many thou

sands of jobs are dependent on

shipping.

ShiDs Idled in New York harbor

included the liners United 'States,

America and Santa Rosa. Cancel

lation of the United" States' and

the America's European voyages
yestarday sent about 55 passengers
to European liners.
The strike eventually will af affect
fect affect about 300 ships if it is not set settled
tled settled soon.

Picket lines were orderer at
Moore-MeCormack and Isbrandsen

piers.

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-round the Earth, next to solv.ng the problem of mb ZiZ:
air supply, providing a means for removing carbon I bTdone in entirelv
, dioxide and body wastes, and recirculating air t aone.l; nrely losed Coalnm., v
and water, the problem of food Vill be f. prime (3) Anoihir icVhaWtl'jio taportance
a liquid state, Sucked through a tube as this Air ifc of space, un ess protected with -a sdbcc suit a m
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and forks could still h ut hut fr an rimA t I .u. i.: ww"lu nappen

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fhip or orbital station, the danger; of sudden de.
compression- will be ver present. .This space
ttton hai ;beea punctured by large meteor, l J?f
lowing air Inside, to rush out with explosive force.'
Automatic devices imiriediatelykeal off the punc punc-tured
tured punc-tured section.' Althoueh A collision with a meteor i

this large it expected to be a rarity, the possibility .t-

win iwajra nm. Ana men wui not Know how J
great thapossibilitjr ia until they actually ;
into space.
Nextj Lenelinets of Spec.

Four Zone Classes In Home Nursing
To Graduate; New One At Margarita

Volunteer students in four das-;

ses in home nursing will be gra

duated in the Canal .one haturuay

and Monday, it was announced to-'

day by Philip L. Dade, Chiei.oi
the Canal Zone Civil Defense. Gra

duation ceremonies will be held at
Santa Cruz Saturday -and -at Pa-

riso on Monday.

A new class in nome nursing wm

be started in Margarita on Oct.
8, in the kindergarten building, lo

cated next to the post ouice in

Margarita. This class will meet

each Wednesday trom to u a.m.

All persons interested are asked to

register,, by calling Mrs. Maxme
Carpenter, Cristobal 1966, Zone

Warden for Margarita, it is nopea

there will be' a good turnout for

this class in Margarita as this will

be the first time the home nursing
course is offered by the Cankl

Zone government Civil Defense in

U. S. citizen community,

classes of 117 graduates -have been

conducted in non-U.S. citizen com communities,
munities, communities, during the past year. s;

Teachers of the home nursing

courses are certified by the Ame

rican Red Cross. They ere war

lotte Kennedy, Curunau Heights

Miss Violet Henry, Sani truz;

Miss Janet A. Marshall Paraiso;

and Mrs. Rosa Josephs, Rainbow

Cty.

Also cooperaung in this trajnmg

program are the too soio ana

uorgas Hospitals, Dy loaning e e-(juipment
(juipment e-(juipment to the Civil Dnfense and

the Housiii2 ana bcnoois uivisions

hy providnii meeting places for

the classes
Santa Cruz graduates: Mrs. Isa Isabel
bel Isabel Jacks'.u Mrs. Viol-':; Hcad-

l(y, Mrs. Luise Henry, Miss Eu

genie w... Henry, Miss Isolda n.
icorge, Mrs. Andora Myrie. Mrs.
Rosalie M fiiase, Mrs Gloria Fot Fot-Mrs.
Mrs. Fot-Mrs. M L. Brathwaite, Mrs.
Louise Bovell, Mrs.' Culicia V.
Wide, Mrs. Ometa Millett, Mrs.
Lillian Joshua, Mrs. Virginia
Small, Miss Arlene P. Baxter, M.
Lorlene Williams, Mrs. Doris M.
Roberts, Mr. Martin W. Johnson,
Mr.' Luis Brownie, Mrs. Lucille

Officer: Sergeants Face Court ffial
For Alleged Mistreatment Of Trainees

Wade, Miss Ethlyn PowelL Miss
Florence Brownie, Mrs.-Thelma E.

Welsh, Mr. Joel Tappiri, "Miss-Dorothy
Headley, Mrs. Ruth L, At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, Mrs. Mildred Hall, Mrs.

Sylverton Amantine, Mrs. Mignon
Sampson, Mrs. Josephine Sealey.
Mrs. Edith McFarlane; Mrs.
Pearline Ashley, Mrs. Milcah E.
Newball, Miss Enda M. Church,
Mrs. Sylvia G. Brown, Mrs. Ernes Ernestine
tine Ernestine Archbold, Mr. Frederick Lawrence.

Paraiso graduates: Mrs. Lillian

R. Atherley, Mrs. Maria Ai Alexis,

Mrs. Esther Beckles, Mrs; Rhyna

A. Brown, Miss Doris I. Bernard,

Miss Marva E. Best, Mrs. Rose
V. Coote, Mrs. Doris I. Daniels,
Miss Gloria Evans, Mrs. Pearl C.
Fawcett, Miss Jeanne -Ai Gordon,
Mrs. Mvrtle M. Gordon, Mrs. P P-nilda
nilda P-nilda R. Holder, Mrs, Maudlin
Holder. Miss Yolanda J. Holder.

Mrs. Eugenie I. Wilkinson, Mrs.

saturna Wilson. Miss Joyce H.

Bingham,, Mrs. Lucille Jamieson,

Miss Myrna E. Inniss. Mrs. Muriel

Johnson, Miss Mavis E. LaMont,

Mrs. Melvma R. Legall. Mrs. Ada

L. Lawrence, Mrs. Wilhelmina

Layne, Mrs. Louise L. Grandson,
Mrs. Mrytle I. Marshall. Mrs. Inez

D. McKenzie, Mrs. Tns B. Marr?ii,
Mrs. Myrtle M Nelson, Miss Mal Mal-vina
vina Mal-vina B. Niles. Miss Diana C. Nurse,
Miss Janice C. Nurse, Miss Delcle-

ta L. Oaklev, Mrs. Lucy C. Oakley,

Miss Wmnifred Osborne, Mrs. Leo Leo-na
na Leo-na M. JRobinson. Miss Do'ore J.

Sanchez. Miss Claudette G. Saw

yers, Miss Hilda A. Sawyers, Mrs.
Elease L. Squires. Mrs. Rosaline

C. Sealey, Mrs. Lillian M. Smith.

Mrs. Ruth C. Smith, Miss Darna
M. Thomas, Mrs. Ruth Thomas,
Mrs. Mildred A. White.

CZECHS JAM BROADCASTS
VIENNA (UPI) Czechoslova Czechoslovakia
kia Czechoslovakia has begun jamming Austrian

television broadcasts because

many viewers are ignoring the
C i e c h Communis' propaganda
programs to watch Western-style
quiz shows, returning travelers re

ported today.

FT;
Army

Monday fdr 1 the general court-

marual Of an officer and two ser-

' am
Cook said: Moman allegedly TITt

JACKSON S.C.? (UPI) geants charged with mistreating is a graduate of Qie-University of
authorities have set next .trainees at this sprawling infantry. South Carolina law school' He haa

training center. ; served ; in i the' adjutant geiici'!
The commanding general of Ft. corps for' the past three year
Jackson T ues d a y relieved the after four years of private prae

with trainees and ordered tbemi

.... a BWlineft in the fa wik him

oi KicKing urainees ana rendering i.-j, "j v. v-. ";-
other bodily harm. u'kei Jf 2
The tnree soldiers, aU wFth the 1 t Jin
1st Training Regimen, were 1st f"? hlt hlm in hl
Lt. Gerald L. Wheatlev. 24 ' Y,

Bridgelon, N.J.; M. Sgt. George Sovie4 who is charged-with kick kick-R.
R. kick-R. Sovie, 30, Oedeflsburg. N.Y.i tog trainees in (he shins and in

LONDON (UPI) Britain's and Sfc. Charles L. Moman, 28, connection4 with, the footlocker in
"partnership" plan for blood- Empire, Ala. ? cident is ,.. veteran ol World War
stained Cyprus went into efieu At Capt. Paul I. Cook, post public U and the Korean conflict,
midnight despile violent Greek op- information officer, said the two
position that threatened NATO sergeants were accused of kicking -Cook said. the charges "againsi
unity and new violence 'on the trainees on the shins ; and punish- the Jieutnant alleged conduct ua
Mediterranean island, u .mg" ye vout" 4 t' ,) beeotjiing an Officer ind charged
Under the plart, Cyprus becomes hem hold footlofckers over jtbAlr specifically. thtt W he a tie
a tei'.-itory technically ruled in heads for 15 to 20 minutes, t ( 6r4bbed and hid Uralnee by thl

and Turkey for a seven-year pe- Th alleged offense,s occurred at

riod. A Derm anent solution would e fort between Aug. 23 and

British Pari nership
Plan For Cyprus
Put Into Effect

h found latePi WSifl C

OneJfourth 6f the population of
Cyprus is Turkish,, and the Turks
were going along with -the plan.
Three-fourths are Greeks, who de demand
mand demand union with Greece, and
Greece was having no part of the
plan now. i d29
On rus itself the powerful
Eoka, Greek Cypriot extremist or organization,
ganization, organization, ordered a 24-hour gen general
eral general strike today to coincide with
the start of the plan. Police main maintained
tained maintained an extra large guard
against possible violence.
The Eoka distributed leaflets
saying Greek Cypriote would not
bow down befa-e "the Anglo-Turkish
conspiracy." vv;
poth Turkey and Greece were
to have appointed a commissioner
to serve on the "partnership"
government but Greece refused.
And because Britain refused to
reconsider the plan, Greek repre representative
sentative representative Michel Me"i -walked
out Tuesday on a NATO confer conference
ence conference in Paris which Was trying to
achieve a compromise to avert an
open rupture among the NATO
partners.

Sept. 9.i and were brought to light

vy ,i.eccui jnvesugauun. ,
First Lt. Henry L. Brown,
Great Falls, S.C., defense counsel
for the three, said the Armv had
decided to hold the court-martial
next Monday and that he would

not ask for a delay.
Brown, -a regular Army officer,

Fire Prevention
Week Is Noted
By CZ Governor
Attention has been called by
Gov; W. E. Potter to a proclama proclamation
tion proclamation issued by President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower designating the week beginning
Oct. 5 as Fjre Prevention Week,
In the proclamation, the Presid President
ent President called upon the oeople to pro promote
mote promote programs for the prevention
and control of fires and urged busi business,
ness, business, labor, and farm organizations
as wel) as schools, and civic groups
to assist in the national effort to
reduce the loss of life and 'pro 'property
perty 'property resulting from fire.

arm'.,

Weather Or Not
Tbis weather1 resort far th ti

hours ending ft .m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the

ranama canal Company:
? 'Balboa. .Cristobal

TFMPERATfcRE:

High 90
Low ..........73

HUMIDITY:
High .....

Low

,99
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WIND: v
(max. mph SW-1J
RAIN (inches) 1.50
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82

71

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BALBOA TIDES
s FRIDAY, OCT. t ?
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7:03 p.m. ; 1:01. p.m.

ELECTED TO LIACUI
CAIRO (UPI) The Arab
League yesterday elected Tunisia
and Morocco, as its ninth and
tenth members. The other mem members
bers members of the league are the United
Arab Republic, Libya, Sudan,
Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia,
Yemen and Iraq,

1:00, 2:5, 4:40, 1:50, 9:00 p.m.

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