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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Panama -- Panama

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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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33rd TEAK

PANAMA, R.P. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 195f

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Meeting On Treaty
Implementation

SeForWe

dhesday

You Can Soon
Stop Shouting
-Sea To Sea

WASHINGTON, Oc.t 3" V(UPI), Panama and the
atniti State will hold hieh-lvl talk in Washington next

WNk on the implementation of the 1955 treaty of mutual

understanding, it was learned today
, , Diplomatic sources said Panamanian Foreign Minister
Miguel, Moreno is Scheduled to meet with Secretary of
' fitata John Foster Dulles on Oct. 8. ;

' They plan, to discuss such problems as equal wages

- for "Panamanian workers in the vanai one ana r
matters covered. by the treaty, the sources said.
' Moreno it in New York attending the United Nations
General ) Assembly. 5
The U.S. Congress completed action on legislation
Implementing the treaty some months ago i But diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic officials said there are some outstanding problems in
Implementing the legislation which Is flow up to the ad ad-;
; ad-; ministration. ..i

V,' I f''.. I

Zone's Library rTimed
For Questions On Teddy

l,forU rira?rs nfCdipr information

n Theo(ior pooseveii,
leamrJtetaluun Canal Zone it
brarian, said yesterday on the
ompletion of a comprehensive bi bibliography
bliography bibliography of Roosevelt material
by the library's reference staff.
'Anticipating the need for infor information
mation information by all participating, in the
Roosevelt. Centennial preparations,
.WMwace librarians used every

spare moment to dig out and

e-

.ma kii th works available on

this subject. i
Mrs. Beverly Williams, reference-librarian,
was In charge t
the. prelect, ,bwL rnvh 4 f he,
-werk was on by Mrs.' Rom
Townsend, Branch Coerdmator,,
ho relieved Mrs. Williams dur during
ing during the time that she was en ve-

After scanning some 150 pieces

i il Ol
tin "1 mi a eazine articles ana

42 books to be included in the bi-
n.rtixularlv aDOrO

triate for use, by the schools and
: .t.t m fk.. 'Canton.

otners iBKins m
' tiial rlAhrat.ions. 1

ThA bilioeranhy Includes many

. u;Hfa k P'nnpv1l' himself, in

hi. offic al : Jetterx. niS

-1 i Mv..itwnMnM Tfl nil

Children, and his speeches as weU

as articles en ma iue m ums,,iim

ii ... nf Theodore Hoose-

UUIl

'V v t" -BV Ja.owry,- ana r iie

Jmth of which wer jpiTahih-

... 1 ea inu

The eldest beek, which 7 wee

nnkii.hui in 1 1U5Hi "Huntins

trips f e "Ranchman,- Reose,

vmlf mm acenunf af hi exot-

riences hunting big game' In the

Th Anlv n' Knnlr In th inl

Uctinn u fhp nnethals Memorial

volume which was prepared by

canal empiovcsr 1 nere are umy
twn nf thp hnok in existence.

Th nthpr was nresented to the

I.AAINI Q TSttlllV. ' 'V" i

In addition to compiling the. M-

bliograpnyr-ine UDrary neierence
TTnit ha nlannpd dixttlavs Of DhO-

tographs of Roosevelt taken lur.

ing.Jiis.visns .wi-the, WnaL.zone
which will 'be set un in all branch

UDranes. jne Mam uorary win
have an exhibit of relics of the

Roosevelt period in addition

tliA nhntncfttonhlA .HivnlttV

story hour on the life of Roose

velt to be) given in Spanish and

English bf branch librarians at
Rainbow City and Paraiso Libra

rles. :

Crislobal Oldtimor
Chsrlss A. tloht
lbs Heart All2ck

A Ctn til Zone' old-timer,
Chsrlei A, Mohl of .Crlst6bal,
who is 89 years of ago collftpsed

Willi a jjcki v
bal today and Is In. Coco Solo
hospital on the seriously ill Mat.

Crist6bal Commlsnary talkinf to

he. suddenly lost consciousness
jV n full Sheehan

caught "him and summoned the
fire department. A machine ar

Cotton applied a resuscitator to
rniv 1 RhftrOv afterward an

ambulance arrived and took him

TO VWV" W aMfaira-w. 4
Mohl la the father of Sgt. Fred

O. Mohl a Balboa iiremaiu
. v.- 1 . '" f
PC Safety RecoVd
Nosedives: Locks

Overhaul Blamed

rATm Vinv Vi.n flit rduflinff

disablement and loss W work

o iar this year compared with

2 VP 10 irus unw auruig ivo 1.
nrtist number of cases oc

curred among Marine Division
mrJnvs of whom 30 have been

lnjurieo. -'
This ficure Includes injuries

received during lock overhauls

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A micro-wav radin hook-un

between Ralbna. and OristAbai

telephone exchanges is being
designed to Improve telephone
communications across the Isth

mus
The new system will replace
t.hp 44 vpor-nlrf fin.nftlr t.pTpnhnnP

cable which runs alongside .the

rauroaa iracs.

J An assurance has been given
that thp vnlr nt a. a,Iler

could not be picked up on an
ordinary radio receiver under
any circumstances because the
microwave is super high f re

ouencv' snort wave.

A contract for the design' of

thm n, sudtpm vm ftwardpd

recently to the New York engi

neering iirm or qidds ana hui

Tri( rennrta the current issue or

the Pnnttmi Canal Review, and

the finals plans are expected to

De reaayiaooui nexi jwarcn.
The first is also to design a
raHln and tnir.rnwave relav SVS-

tern for weather reports.

When the new teiepnone ays
tm comes "into operation, ; the

voice 01 a cauer wiireo oy cawc
to the microwave station and

then broadcast across tne lsin-

mus where, it wm oe put dsck

onto anotner underground came
and relayed to its destination.

The system wjii iirai oe uc uc-tvrf
tvrf uc-tvrf tar .1(1 channels but

expansion 4e an ultimate ca

pacity of ZZ3 cnanneig is. con-

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CIVIC COMMITTEE MEETS Some 50 civic an professional groups have Joined a move movement
ment movement led by Justo Arosemena to find a solution for the current student stalemate. Other
officers of the committee are tuis Martlnz, Bolivar Marquez and Rodolfo Garcia de Paredes.

Cargo Handling At Balboa, Cristobal Piers
Costs Less Than At Nearby, Most World Ports

Charges for handing eargo ever the Panama Canaiy piers in Balboa and Cristobal are
considerably less than .'at any port In this area and in Most ports in the world, according to
the current Issue of the Panama Canal Review. .f 1

l SU W by the Terminals )ivlslon of the Buteau of Transports,.

uon ana .xern"" ; r?

30, totaled 84Z tons over tn us

Panama City high school stuaWs today sought the
"disarming" of what they termed: "government party
shock troops" as Isthmians went about their business os
usual despite several more explosions last night,
The Striking students, who have set up headquarters
in the National Institute, this morning stopped all traf;
fic from driving along Estudiante Street opposite the In Institute.
stitute. Institute. 1 r;' ..5;. Jt
Last night, a' homemade bomb exploded n the vici-

niry gr rne insrirure. MCCOramg TO tne Students It WOS
thrown from a passing automobile.
The nresented their AemnnA fnr tkA Arn.

I 1 ....i.i.w .v. im uiaui 111111 ui
government supporters, along with nine other demands

TvAii,rfsrf Irt tvm T?vtw atorv

JThe'jiew weather reporting I r figures of comparative. Casts
system wiI fee.tnvaluabl for tet4 f lf-im&Tto&tm

iviui-v ... .. iranai von uicra. aiuwwmw

levels from Temoie weatner sta

tions Gatun ,ana jwiaaweu
Lakes.. ...

There are 40 of these siauons
on at strategic positions on the
ranala nat.prshpdt but OnlV five

have communication systems. ;

. These reiy on ; 01a veieuuun?
cables which are unreliable at

flood times-just wnen tne mior mior-mation
mation mior-mation thev .. would, transmits
most important to the opera operation
tion operation of the canal.

President Enters
Hospital For Annual

;-up

Soviets, US Plan

A-Tesl Ban Talks

At Geneva, Ocl. 31

WARHTMnTON. Oct. S fTJPI

.The United States will enter

nuclear test ban negotiations
with Russia Oct. 31 "in good
faith" despite uncertainty over

Soviet testing policy, oinciais

, T? 11 aula nnnflrmprf lftst nlffht it

naa resumea xesung or nuciear

wannnarter it naa announcea

last Ma?ch 31 it was halting

such experiments. The new so soviet,
viet, soviet, announcement accused the
TTnlloH ; RtafAri and Rritain at

forcing the .resumption because

tne western countries reiusea to
follow the Russian lead.
nfflnlala aournea here said the

United States plans to stand

last oy its oner to suspena tests
starting Oct. 31 when-the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations 1 are scheduled to open
at Geneva: Switzerland, on a

nuclear test ban; m
They said the tfriited States
was scarcelv In a position to

protest the "Soviet resumption,

vigorously since tms country is

in jne miuaie 01 lest series 01
H nvn at the Atomic. Enerev

Commission's (AEC) Nevada

tf. alt Thun tjK r a atjiii

to be comDleted by the end of

this months .T- ': '':

The AEC announced last night
Russia had exploded two more
nnriaar wa.anon of "moderate"

size at Its proving ground north

or. tne Arctic uircie ine tests
were the third and fourth re reported
ported reported by the AEC in the last

two days..s -K

vLUcvmnrnft net. s fUPI)

oraciiHant TTUpnhnwer enters Wal-

Unnlts1 hpre this

! afternoon for an annual physical

r"r'' .. , . Jin 4

An indication 01 nis conaiuuu u.
days before his 8th birthday was
that "after spending tonight in the

u ppntpr he exnectea

to be playing golf by lunch-time

tomorrow.!. '.

Possibly more indicative 01 ms
feelincs however was mounting, e

vidence that the chief executive

seemed to be taking on tne ar arduous
duous arduous command of. a major fiort
--j.o.Vx.f Daiihli(an rtpfpatiam

1,11 lUHllW KVM"l'-
!in the current congressional cam

paigns. ..

from a corn-nicking contest in Io

wa-to a national football dinner
in New York, by glad-handing lo

cal GOP leaders irom .APmne,
lr.fi tn fian Franciico. the PreS-

Unf hnnsi in rnrrect aome of

the apatny currenuy dcsbiuu

party. f,. .. .-it-i

" iseiore going 10, mr hwhiw w
day he scheduled a campaign

at Chairman Meade Alcorn ana

Howard K.: PVle. administrative

assistant to the President ana one

of the White House poiiucai vecu

Rven' thoueh the President has

just undergone months pf Ph-

iiniiana iTiuia. uri auua lbvuvhv,

him expressed belief that his sta stamina
mina stamina ; and general condition have

improvedover tne pasi year.

Canal Zone piers: A special rate

has heen granted ny u "-governor
for Panama eemenVln" or order
der order to stimulate the export of
this Panama! product. This fig figure,
ure, figure, as shown by the following
table, is considerably lower than
in major United States ports.

By tons, tne cargo n"""
charges are:

Canal zone t per
New Orleatt. $2 28 per ton
Baltimore ') fi f 4.25 per ton
v. v..ir : tlKI) ner ton

tw t.ha aafclt. !tha comparable

prices for tement nanaung are;

Canal zona s.ueoa
New Orleans $.1083
Baltimore i $.2019
KWTArk ; S.2138

Duxlng the' fiscal year 1957,
238 jwns of Panama cement were
exported over the Canal Zone

V1UK9 iiie juRvywi jv. .D--

1 la addition to lower caro
'I charges; the Canal Zone's Ter Ter-mlnals
mlnals Ter-mlnals Division offers other
advantages te the- shipper and
recelveri ; .
ftti! of these is tthe Cristobal

freight house, where local cargo
Is held for the consignee for

three xiays without cnarge ana
at a moderate charge thereafter.
During the past fiscal year, 218,-

165 tons or cargo noweu wnuu8
the freight houses
, The freight house was remod remodeled
eled remodeled recently at accost of ap approximately
proximately approximately $40,000. improve improve-mtntu
mtntu improve-mtntu innliidft the widening 01

,I,VUVW .-
its platform by five feet to a to total
tal total width of 15 feet, opening of
artrfit.inntti rioors from the plat

form' Into the storage bays,

lengthening of the platform to
547 feet, extension of the shel

tering overhang, which previous

. t.; i

piers; cement exports iuf juwucims Wimuibi

year ip58, wmch enaea last June jy pm nw mm'

Judae Fines Man'

For Drunkenness

Eusebio Visuettee; Panamanian,
was fined $10 bv Judw John T.
Deming at Balboa Magistrate's
Court todav for being intoxicated
pn. Shaler Road, . ; ,. ., ;

Panama s Balboa Beer To Be Sold

In States, On Panama Line Ships

r-u. 1 .fiii.i. i riala.4 todav that arrange-

eral managr, for the aistnouiion na 01 b"
Unid Stas i an n Kn-inegg trin

the Panama canai t;o. in new iwr

beer on Panama liine! vessew. .., UmU
.. .t .i.. u aiatmati' xr an allered Umlta-

Hon of the sale, of Balboa beer by Post Exchange sales Of Euro

pean beer, the Panama canai tommiMr, u.t.muU v..,,. -l
.Ti .: ..m th hrisrv'a disnlar nosters in air

wara wnn n wui w vj ; -
commissaries. 4 V ' .,w i

It is understood, that ranam wni unuui..
U.S. and Panama beer, '

Governor Fes To States

Foi PC Company Conference

platform ede;Ho !l!Bree feet and

seven lnuu-4'BtllSil(i''',
the' platform, and flighting of

tne enure piatiorm, ior tne issi

time. 1
Lengthening of the platform
has provided space for 20 more
trucks than could be accom accommodated
modated accommodated before the remodel remodeling.
ing. remodeling. In addition, the street op opposite
posite opposite the loading platform
has been widened 15 feet and
truckers now have considera considerably
bly considerably more space to maneuver
their vehicles than they did in
the nast.

According to recent figures

the Canal Zone ports handle
43.2 per cent more cargo per
tnan hour than Boston. 27.9 per

jent more than New York, and
45 per cent more than Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore.
': The Terminals Division of offers
fers offers cargo service 16 hours a
day seven days a week while
most ports handle only eight
hours a day, except by special
arrangements.
Last fiscal year a total work workload
load workload of 1,833,087 tons of cargo
was handled, transferred or

stevedored in the two Canal
Zorfe ports with a force which
ranged from 1,767 to 1.735 em

ployes. The high month woric-

load, 189,151 tons, came in No November,
vember, November, and the year's low, 116, 116,-756,
756, 116,-756, was In February.

Not long ago. a representative

of a shipping agency which

handles hundreds of vessels a
year said of the port of Balboa

and he coma nave usea me
same words about Cristobal:

' :i "It is the best working port on
the entire Pacific Coast. Here
tut. handle 40 tons of flour an

hour, as compared with 20 tons

handled m some 01 tne larger
ports of the United States. We
can handle 10 tons of frozen tu tuna
na tuna at Balboa while three or four

tons are handled in an hour in

California ports."

The other' demands of the
students Include:
1 Elimination of the practice
of establishing party centers, 2
Llftlnir of what1 thev term the

tntol ... u

bombs went off yesterday after.
poo and early last night, Sev Several
eral Several aalse ilre alarms were also
setoff, but fire department of

ttom lor tt thoswested,: and
liranrre
Ouaranteesor the safety of the OnHhe other hlnVh.

Dr. Arias Attends

Meeting Of Press

In Argentina

nv.PMtiriant Dr. Harmodio A-

rias, dior and publisher of E1

Panama America ana iB faun faun-ma
ma faun-ma American, left last night for
Buenos Aires to, attend a meet-

ing A the Inieramerican Press

Association i&ir; 01, wmcn

a director. ; -1 :..
if Hi nrt of th' aesaion. i Dr.

Ariai will give an address ; dur during
ing during the presentation of a medal

datlon,' to Gen Fearo cugemo

Aramburu, ex-President of Argen

The presentation will be made

Caring with hhn a hank vou vou-ta
ta vou-ta onn noo Gov. E. W. Pot

ter left the IstVnus by nlane ear-

this morning for wasmngmn.

D.C oh a brief official business
trip. ,-

The voucher is tne jranama v-

nal Company's contribution to the
Civil Service Retirement ?nd to
cover; the company's liability re resulting
sulting resulting from the extension of Ci Civil
vil Civil Service retirement to the non-

citizen employes;'

vi.it at rivli ftorvira Retirement

Division officials to the Canal

7nnn. f 'Sm,

The company's contriDuuon ,a 10

fVio ratlrnmont funrl ia based on

it. tiahilitv .inpo thp ineornoration

in July 1951. Additional computa

tions will be required Deiore unai

settlement is maae,

The Canal orianization will be

reauired to cover only that part

nf tha in noo.ona liability flccumu

.Ih. tha rnol nnoralinno

.. v ... iiaicui1 atuQ .. mic vw.iw.

Potter Is to atteno- tne quaner were ucorporaiea, ine lemauiuci
lv meeting of the hoard of "direc- of some $25,000,000 will be absorb-
IJT lUMB"t w ..IU ..ill .J W.. 1U- A.J .13 '.

j,r tha 1 anai aji. wnii:ii .m cu uv uie iuuu.

. . ". TT" 1..U!.nlnn 1 1.

be held Saturday in Washineton.

He is scheouiea to appear-.!

dat before the Bureau 01 me omtr

et for hearings on company ano

government budgets ,ior .we, com-

mg iw.cai year. ... -,;

The Total Uabiuty 01 me
hrvanlxatinn to the retirement fund

i h r ratirament Of its em-

nloyes who are not U.S. citizens
is estimated at $30,000,000. -Thij
figure was supplied on the recent

Pnttr la tn nraaaiit the bit Cash

.nnfriViiitlnn 4n Harria F.llnwnrth.

chairman ot the U.S. uvu aerv-
Irak 4r,AmmioaiAii V',!

The Governor is expected to re-
1 . .. a. .a a 1 a J

iturn to tne jstnmus aurmg- me

coming week. During his absence
T r.nu Inhn TV MrElheDV will

act as Governor and perform the

luties Of president or ine raoam
Canal Co. which relate to loct)

operations.

student Assurance that the
National 'Assembly :.wlll, pigeon pigeonhole
hole pigeonhole recent .amendments to ed education
ucation education laws, ft Elimination of

thp measure which forbids the

Students'- .'."right" toi visit ; other

schools. 7 Guarantees tnat

there will be no renrisals for do

lltical pronouncements, demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations or meetings. 8 Resto Restoration
ration Restoration of freedom of speech
through the press and radio. g'
Respect for the students' honor.
Meanwhile, several different
groups were seeking a way to

solve the current crisis brought

about t tne students; strike,
aimed nrimarilv at the removal

of the present commanders of
the National Guard and that or

ganization's "demilitarization."

Among them is the "civic
junta" being organized .by
businessman justo Arosemena,
which met yesterday to form a
permanent committee.
Another group Is a committee
of parents and teachers which
met with a delegation of stu students
dents students and later with Sucre In a
series of meetings which lasted
until early this morning.

Chain Of Squalls

Keep Planes Alert

In Caribbean

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Oct.

3 (UPIV Weather reconnaisance
planes Ttepi a close watch today

on a larje chain of squalls kick-

ing up the Caribbean Sea with 50-

miie-an-nour winus.
Forecasters said so far there

has been no Indication that the
squalls will build up into the lOlh
tropical Morm of the season.

At dmim ttlo Mwnnna i SR3 Tl-

lots said the squall was stretched
.,t a.m j uriHo ara in the Ca-

uu. ' --

rlhhaan about 100 miles sou'n 01

Haiti nd Jamaica. This was a
bout 700 miles South-east of Mia

IUt
The disturbance was moving to

tia wait ftnrthweat at. aDOUl i

..si, nmr hnnf Tha Weather Bu

Tau said expee'ed the squall

line would keep on me same
course at the same speed for the

next u or nours.

Cuban Rebels Said
hloitfo" Money
From US Business

wavama net. s fTTPfi The

U.S. Embassy charged last night

tnat cuoa-g reoejs.apa .o t n e r
lnpftl riolitlcftl trouM have been

usine raeket-stvie threats to

extort money from American
businessmen in this country.
The embassy condemned the
practice, and urd Americans

not to give in to it. ; t

"A nnmhr nf American com

panies oners ting in Cuba have
recently been approached by re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary groups', nd b ren ren-resentatlves
resentatlves ren-resentatlves of. various Cuban

nolltlral nartles for financial
cortrlbutionji:' the A Emhassv
statement said. "Some of these

anwopches have beeri acenm-

nanied threats of ret.a"t'nn

If contribution re not rortn rortn-comlng
comlng rortn-comlng by a certain date.

'Tha ttR -o-overnme'nt'1 on-

ooed- tAtAmerlcan1 nationals ln ln-volvl
volvl ln-volvl themves In the intern internal
al internal nnKtlWnl Affair n ft.nv 1nr.

iirn conntrv. Accordlnffiv. tne

Un'teH States d'sannroves' of

contributions, whether for"fd or
voluntary.' bv American citizens

firm to n Taction or wi wi-ftnal
ftnal wi-ftnal Tiaifl. nrlthln 'fhiha whlrh

. -, ' --

would violate tnat principle.;

At "tniime time, the TJ.S

government condemns any ef

forts to force such payments
Vnm Amarlran rlt.l7n nr com

panies, whether In Cuba or else

where. M

mlnlatrat. on mnaj J7.iZ.-J

COm5ly ?m one Phase of the
mUch-talked-about "Hilltop A-k
greement," with the ..presenta ..presentation
tion ..presentation of a bill, to the National As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, for an additional tax on
cigarettes. ,''.

s The bill was presented to the
Assembly by Finance Minister
Fernando Eleta and calls for
the use of the funds from the
cigarette tax for the improve'
ment of educational facilities.

w.a Hiiaitiii, UJyUDlWUH
leaders, Oar Natvarro and Nor-

as they crossed the border from

mo vauui iune into f anama ;
Glty in the smaH hours of yes yesterday
terday yesterday arestlll In custody.
Secret Police had been looking
for the pair since early last
week in connection with arms
found.

Canal Zone authorities stat stated
ed stated todav, however, that it was'
believed the two men had not
been in hiding In the Canal
Zone but were Just driving
through.
Military authorities said $hfy
were stopped by Military Police
on a military reservation at jCfJ-' ;
rundu and since It was felt that
their presence was undesirable
there, their car was escortM to
Balboa Police Station, lyhere)
they were released after 'Tones
tlonlng. They promised $qi;l
straight back to Panamas,,,; '.
The car was being drivett,
Assemblyman Domingo Diaz, an.'
other member of the opposition.

Dr. Takot Former
Inleni fiornaSr.

!''..-."'' -aaa .'.!'

mes in riorida

Di Ttflrhaal .T TaVnawhSTtnfllt

his internship at Gores Hoitpita,

died Sept. 9 to Miami, ia.v or ; a
heart attack, according to Infor

mation received on the Isthmus,;
He was 39 years old. r
Dr. Takos warregarded as one
nf tha loaHino- medical researchers

of Florid and. had: been employ

ed as director oi tne nesearcn nu

Soecial Studies section of tne

Dade County Health Department
Last winter he was tited foe his

work in isolating tne Asian lniiu?

enra germ.

Dr. Takos was born m Hones.

sen. Pa. He was eaucatea 'as
Penn State College and at the U-

niversitv of Maine, receiving" a

master's degree from the latter.

v served in the Army durtnf
World War II and, late' entered

the University of MicBigan for

his medical training.

He was employed as an intern

in the Canal zone Heann uren

in June 1951. After.completion ,ef

his internshm he was employed as
. Marilial nffirer at Khrctt- rmt

signing in Octpber1953 to return

to the states. ;.
IT- 1. aiivvlvail K Mt wif and

'two sons, Robert, and James. ; 2i

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I TWINKLING SAN BLAS
s$: .r t th T.,thmus ol Panama. I must

m i relative ucwwiuvi TO e ma.

confess myself puzzled and Put ov o

we endeavor w ire -"r:.r Th 72 ed Indlf-

hftr and restaurants in tne uanai iuue
leVence andTy to ignore them in a kindly sort of way

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nt th mnr I see Of tnem ine niuie a

lauKhlng a u7 because we feel so superior. I twney a.
ffi palm huts and their peaceful life on the Islands, not on-
of the extra civUized comforts they enjoy, but to ob-
a twinkle. w..rv1n our weird ways, the In-

Aiter a snort pw.a v --- -, Tsl.nds.

. .n a man 1 1 1 u i iimi.iv hi

wheVe with the! ewTound knowledge of the world outside
n Blaffhey can do a sounder job of extracting money from
'astute race of people is one which realizes tat a tour tourist
ist tourist w wVSuK. a picture of one or more of them
and the presence of a few machetes around the area work
wonders in dissuading the tourist from taking pictures with-

Ul 6f course these Indians show that they a bit back ward
when it comes to all these superstitions.hey tell rhe tbte
Is the time of evil down in San Bias. The time when nlas or
bapirits roam across jungle and sea Of course we 1 have Hal Hal-lowken
lowken Hal-lowken but that's different. We avoid walking under ladde"
an doini f anythlngP important on Friday 13th but that's all

righl because we're lvmzeo. savag

CHILD BEATING

Sir:

j-w... i. .ntv,(nir T Kk It' tWO SidM tO a OlSCUSSKHl.

:4'm parent of two and I'd like to defend any parents who
are" told when they can or cannot "beat'' the children.
.t liv. k if ''Arhlne Heart." (Mail Box. Sept.

-v...i.t "nwrififd" ar narents themselves. I

K', to tell these pednle that I think all

the'-beatingr' they hear are their imaginations working over overtime
time overtime Maybe if they had kids of their owit they wouldn't have
tirte to listen in on other people's households no matter how
thinlv thewal!s-are; built. V
From what these people say, it is very old fashioned ever
to spank a child. Let me repeat an old saying: "Spare the rod

I believe the .Mail Box is to express a person's opinion and
mine is that tnyotte who accuses a parent of child beating had
better have more evidence than what they hear. "Dont be be-lie
lie be-lie ve' anything you hear and only half of what you see.
Disgusted

Labor News
' And
Comments

Sir

TvrnoM atidn WANTED ON1 MAID'S BUREAU

Can someone tell me more about the Canal Zone Maids
Bureau mentioned iA a letter last .week? (Mall Box, Sept. 28.)
Who runs this bureau? Who supports it?
Is it merely an employment broker's service where employ employer
er employer and applicant are introduced but the agency makes no war warranty
ranty warranty as to either-?
Or is it operated by a group of maids who are trying to
win better wages and working conditions, and at the same time
improve the service given by maids, and their reputation as to
reliability.
Does this place have an office? I don't need a maid now,
but I might later.
Interested

"DECISION"

Sir:

There comes a moment in every man's life
To make a decision;
There also comes a moment when a nation
Must decide,
But can there be a decision without coiperation
And unity?
No! Only some greater force must decide for them.
The world in which we live of today, is sick:
There's no peace or rest among us.
We have forgotten that we are human.
We have lost the sense of reason.
We have become as animal, guided by instinct.
The only place of rest and peace,
Lies within the sanctuary of God.
Let us pray sincerely for what is right.
Do not use religion as a shield to cover our
Wrong deeds
Or else we'll invoke the wrath of God.
Each hour of the day I pray, for myself and
For those who are sick with ambition and greed.
This world must not be governed by a handful of
Greedy men which is termed as parasites.
There must be only one leader, and that is God;
Someday he'll elect someone to lead the way,.
Only then will peace rlegn upon the land
Which he has made for us,
A paradise that, is now lost.
Albert Ward

MAIDS AND THEIR -MISSMjp, ..
via. ,. -'Viiil3s it"

Some weeks ago, a mam wrote, a iewer w uit mu dm
complaining of rudeness, by "middle class" employers. She
probably has a rightful complaint, but the problem. I think
lias several aspects. And trouble of this kind is more often due
to inexperience and uncertainty on the part of women employ-
-rs who have not had domestic help, than of any ill will.
There are also some experienced housewives who allow
their maids to Impose on them unmercifully,
f All of this-tends to lower the status of domestic service,
and to cut down the number of well-paying jobs in this field
which will be available In the Canal Zone.
I like any other honest work, skilfully and reliably "perform "perform-;d,
;d, "perform-;d, domestic work should have an honorable place on the Isth Isth-jnui
jnui Isth-jnui just as it does In France. Italy and the Scandinavian
countries.
There is room here for some missionary work by repre representatives
sentatives representatives from the various women's groups on the Isthmus.
Including groups front Paraiso, Rainbow Citv and Pedrp Miguel.
. '?; Some voluntary standards should be arrived at as to what
v .employees and maids should expert from each other.
,.f Has anyone some sugtestions? Not vague Utopian ideas,
.but down to earth stuff about, how a good housewife-maid rela relationship
tionship relationship can be achieved in the individusl home?
j Woman Employer.

By VICTOR RIESEL
. Here we are within 00 days of
anotiier revolution ilie "je re re-yoiuuon."
yoiuuon." re-yoiuuon." Tnere will be more
noise made over the new commer commercial
cial commercial passeiige. jeis no about lo
crisscoross the land then ihe jeis
will make over our pig towns. Tnai

noise will spring irom an uncivil

war on die industrial front as u u-nions
nions u-nions try to wrestle with an under understand
stand understand ihe amazing new s reamlin-
ea problems.
. Watch tnis battle for as civil
je. flying goes, so goes much .of
American industry.
as uie jsts iiui .e by. thousands
of jobs will vaporize all along the
line, from the point where .he jet
is just a gleam in some engin engineer
eer engineer s eye to the finished craft.
I'm told this by Transport
Workers Union chief Mike Quill,
with whom I've been talking lor
weeks. Quill's union has contracts

with 19 airlines, VI amine seryice

companies ana one neiicopier oui oui-fi
fi oui-fi He'll be negotiating, new con contracts
tracts contracts with them in the next few
weeks.
Quill, reading from soma o o-cumentt,
cumentt, o-cumentt, said that there must
now bo now way of measur measuring
ing measuring pay by space and time'
methods to make up for the
fact ihat there will bo to much
loss work on, in and around jots.
For example, there may bo few
or skilled repair men needed bo
cause in the cockpit alone there
ore 117 fowor gauges, gadgets
and controls than in the piston
ongin planet new heading for
the tin bonoyaed.
T.is means fewer manufaturing
jobs, fewer installation jobs and,
therefore, fewer inspection and
maintenance jobs at the airports
where Quill has so many. .mem .members.
bers. .members. Quill's technicians then pointed
to the jet aircratf itself. There's
virtually no vibration. Therefore,
the plane requires far less inspec inspection
tion inspection and repair. Safe y is maintan maintan-ed
ed maintan-ed more easily with longer stret stretches
ches stretches between overhauling, because
the plane body isn't shaken. Bolts,
nuts, the shell of the aircraft it itself,
self, itself, seats, galleys and instrUni
ents are no shaken loose as nuicfr
ly over a period of time. Fewer
inspections mean smaller ground
crews.
The Transport Workers Union
pxnerts ilso poinH o V rss rss-ing
ing rss-ing need for overhauling jet ; en engines.
gines. engines. They stay In good shape
longer than the prop piston motor
so many of us have watched so
inten ly all these years, as they
y by.
Quill said the nrdoeller

; which grew old fashioned even as

we waccnea, needed to be over overhauled
hauled overhauled about twice as often as the

jet motor. That meant twice as

much work, or twice as manv nh

Now, with even some ie's

outmoded almost as fast as they

come on me time, there is Jess

and less need for inspection and
maintenance as the new ones are

perfected.

For examplo, not too lonq ago
the U. S. Army utod to change

' overhaul fat nl wrv.
250 hourt. Now these ongints
can ga tix timet longer withoii
doing rolled int the workshop.
The Army today reviews its jats
overv 1,200 hourt. So wii toon
bo with commercial jot planet.
The aerial expresses now are so

safe the insurance companies are
ratine premium navments tnr al allots
lots allots on a par wi'h house painters.

And the industry points out that
there would be no sense in flashing
through the air only to be bo&ged

down at airports. So vast new sys

tems of electronic reserva'ions
and baggage handling systems ire
being developed at a cost of $50.

000.000. This mus inevitably cut

aown ground staffs.
And. savs Quill, what about our

flying stewards and stewardess

es? These new Dlan! will en

twice as fast and carry twice as
many passengers as the old plan
Quill says. That's twice as much
work in hah the, time.

That's why other big unions have

meir eyes on these let-propelled
problems. The Machinists, for ex-

amole, watched 100,000 railway
maintenance men dwindle to less

than 60,000 as D'esels replaced lo

comotives and elecfric trains re
placed some Diesels.

But Quill really is the first to

face the "revolution." in his com

ing negotiations he'll ask for a 30 30-hour
hour 30-hour week, a guaranteed annual

wage. And anyway you dress it
up, he'll ask for a tough profit-

snaring contract. Not in those pre

cise words. But in drive to cut in

to whatever profits and benefits

the airlines reap from the "Jet

revolution."

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WASHTORTON Here Is one

factor which makes -the showdown
over Quemoy ana Ma u so dan dangerous:
gerous: dangerous: At the same time Ameri American
can American pilots. have been given orders

to pursue Red planes over : the

Chinese mainland, ttuian piio.s
have .been! given, somewhat simi similar
lar similar orders regarding American, pi pilots
lots pilots over Iran and Turkey.

Jfivery American puoi uying any

Right-To Work Battles
By PETER EDSON

MERRY

rjGTo:

Gonoum)

MAttQIS

Art Gallery to motel manager
bykes. "h you'd done achiug,
you could have put up a sign
'George Washington drowned
here
" MILLIONAIRES' RaC .'.
The race between the two mil'
lionaires for governor of New
York is eoine .o be deser .v hn

where near the Russian border of the .Republicans expected.
Iran and Turkey has been warn-1- Nelson Rockefeller of Standard
ed ihat the Russians are ready to Oil millions, i Republican, is giving
shoot lo kill 1i our planes xomejAverell Harrimanv of he Union
near the border.'.?' ,.-,- .1 : Pacific Railroad millions. Demo-:
.Reason for a leng time was se- crat, a real run for bis money.

cret 4o ; the" Amtn'n oubiic. ,r

though not perhaps to the Russian1 Rockefeller is crying "bossism"
Government.- j because Harriman lei Tammany
However, it Is' now well knows chief Carmine De Sapio put : Dis
that the Uni ed States has, been trict Atorney Frank Hogan over
operating-some of the most pow-las New York's Democratic nomi nomi-erful
erful nomi-erful radar stations in the world nee for. the Senate even though'
from Inside Turkey; :, also fly'ng Harriman didn't wan: him,
planes.; along -the i border loaded De Saplo. X't charged wanted
with sensitive electronic e-cj ui p-; to dictate HOgan's ; successor as
ment.: fa U : District A'torney, thereby having
This combined equipment can a finger in who is prosecuted and
detec 4 Russian missiles launched who is not prosecuted in New

WASHINGTON (NEA) -"Right-!b-wiiic"
laws 'oil lue ualiots -xm
approval or rejection in six states
this year arestirring up more in interest
terest interest tnan almost any other elec election
tion election issue. V
In this respect, "right-to-work"
Is something like the "humane
slaughter" issue that Was in the
last Congress. It's something thai
people cau unders and. They re ei ei-uier
uier ei-uier lor it or against it. There is
no middle ground.
, Pressure groups favoring ;or 'op 'opposing
posing 'opposing the right-to-work -principle
of compulsory union membership
the ciosed shop vs., the ppen
are keeping tht issue boiling.
A major question is whether the
fights over referendum" on this
issue will influence the outcome
of gubernatorial and congressional
elections in the six states of Ohio,
Kansas, Colorado, Idaho, Califor California
nia California ''and Washington. Of the six,
only Washington ..doesn't elect-1 a
governor this year. Ohio. Califor California
nia California and Washing on elect senators.

ee, organized in 1955. now claims

J.000 employer members mostly

,mall business owners paying $25

o ove .uou a year ao

claims 8,000 employe members pa
ing $1 dues a year,

upio oie oil rigni-to-wiM'K laws
will have nothing to do with he
way hey vo e bn candidates.
Ih this he differs from Gover Governor
nor Governor Hall, who vetoed r ghl-to-work,
legisla ion in Kansas, then was

de eated in the 1956 Republican
Execu ive director of the Na- primary when he ran for renomi-

tional Rieht-to-Wa k; Commit ee na ion. '

is W. 1. Harrison; a iormer Louis- Democratic Gov. Georfia Dock-

ville railway clerk and union ing, opposing right-to work, won

member for 25 years. He was dis- in November. To Hall this Droves

trict chairman of his brotherhood righ -to work is a political issue.

un il as he says,'" he was kicked

out for writing union reform let

ters to Congress. His organizations

now acs as information clearing

house for stale and local nght-to-work
committees.

REPUBLICAN EX-GOV. FRED

HALL of Kansas thinks right-to-

work voting will influence other

election results. He urges the de

feat of all Candida es favoring
right-to-work laws, regardless of

party.

Governor Hall is principal cam

paiener for the recently formed

National Council for Industrial

Peace which is working to defeat

right-to-work legislation, now on

the books in 18 state's.

Most prominent members of the

Council s executive committee are

Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, ex-Sen.

and ex-Gov, Herbert Lehman of

New York, ex-Sen. -and ex-Gov.

Edwin C. Johnson of Colorado,

They are expected to take part in

tne campaign during Oc'ober.

Executive director, of the eroun

is Jack Keddine, a former Demo

cratic National Commi'tee official.

He says the council will operate

on a budget of around $200,000 con

tributed by unnamed business and

labr organizations.
AFL-CIO headquarters and prac

hcally all state federations and

local unions have their own cam-

naiT -id repeal right

to-worx legislation.

PBIM-I.OAL PRESSURE

CROUPS In the other corner,

fi"""" for nnnfjon of rirtVi-t0!

work laws In all the sta'es are Na

tional Association of Manufactur

ers, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
nd the National Rlght-to-Work

committee.

AH these organization are well
heeled : for this, battle. They are

jimmying oamnhlets and informa

tions kits to local' organizations as
part of an educational campaign

against compulsory union member

ship and for the open shop.

Stompin' At Savoy

Ceases As Progress

Dooms New Houses

NEW YORK (UPI)-The stomn-

in' at the Savoy has come to an

end.

The cavernous Savoy ballroom.

where jazz came of age as dance

music, was shuttered today,
ready for the wreckers. The site
will be included in a new Harlem

housing project.

The ballroom fixtures were auc

tioned Tuesday while Charles
Buchanan, manager since the

opening in 1928, looked on sadly.
A Steinway piano that had been

used by Fats Waller, Duke Elling Ellington
ton Ellington and Count Basis was knocked
down for $i50.
"One time wo took in 4,200 peo people
ple people to hear Glenn Miller at 20
cents a head," Buchanan recalled.

Those were the days.

I

National Right-to Wcrk Commit join any union. He thinks they way

almnsf nnvnlacp inside RUSSIS

The planes can also pick up duit
par'icles from atomic ; explosions
and take pictures of thousands of i
miles of Russian territory.
Moscow now seems de ermined
to stop this. This waif why the
American C-130 loaded Wth elec
ronic equipment was pounced up up-n"
n" up-n" by Sovt i"or"f- Sep 2
The t)lane was reported to have

ed insifle' Soviet Armenia -'

WASHINGTON SWAM TUSK
It didn" mike headlines, but
the V S.' Court of Aop-als nearly
lost one of its distinguished judg judges,
es, judges, by drowning las' summer.
Judge George Washington des descendant
cendant descendant of the Fahe? of our Coun Country,
try, Country, was vacationing on the beau beau-tifu'
tifu' beau-tifu' North Crilina bnacb a K't K't-ty
ty K't-ty Hwk where the Wright broth brothers
ers brothers msde the world' firs' suc successful
cessful successful motor powered airplane
flisht. '

Washing'on is as broad of girth

farstgntea

York uty. When you operate a
big el'y political organization this
is important. R v
v'- ' vr.-- "t-,
To show that he was not boss boss-ed
ed boss-ed by Tammany Hall, Harriman
promp ly thwaried De Sapio.' by
appointing Frank Adaras -as pis-
trict Attorney.
Adams, an ex-police commission commissioner,
er, commissioner, was a roon'-too'In' campaign
manager for Tem Finl tr : th

4man De Sapid pushed aside, or

tne oenate. nomination.-- Not only
was Adfms not picked, bv Tam Tammany
many Tammany chief De San e,' fb:rere,
but lie won't take orders from De
Sapip. ,' i v
This has led to strong' political,
rumors tha. the man who -'mv
de'eat Hrriman is no' so "much.
feIlowmUl7ona're NeKon Focke'el.
ler bul his own Secretary of
SUt-. Carmirie De Sapio, the head
of Tammany. j
All Tammanv.has a A in New

York City is switch a hundred

so and Harri-

IN HARRISON'S VIEW, the

right-to-work principle isn't a poli political
tical political issue, and it isn't an-economic
issue. fHe :iayi-it'8l;a mai er
of; individual, freedom giving any

Warner a ngnt io win or noi iu

It is mot sharply pointed un in

California this year where GOP
candidate for governor William F.
Knowland favors be right-work
law. while his Democratic opponent,-Edmund
G. Brown, opposes

as nis oo nions are

and he has no trouble noa'ing in thousand votes or

silt wa'er. His custom was 'o man is defeated, t u p
float on his back beyond he; V ',,
breaker in front of the Sea I NeWsoapirmaO.t checking t'on
Rpnch Mo'eJ. these rumors, asked t Hsrriman
One Hay he floated too for. Sua-, whether. if re-elec'ed, he 'V. would
denly he looked Uo, saw that the reanpoint De Sapid as his Secre Secre-shoe
shoe Secre-shoe wi -rn ti'nc swv. 1 'arv o State. J
and re'Tired 4h?t if he kent on "We'll see when the : timo
floating 'be next slop" would be comes." replied the Governor,,
Havre, France. i De gapio, relayed this informa-

Helpl" yelled the descendant of J10" Inew'm;n- tepl-ed ommons;
. ,lr 4,Tlii., tilanfv.' ftr.-tlmA f

the Father of our Country.

Bob Sykes of the Sea Rach
heard him and called the Coast
GuarnY Judge George Washington
was too far. out for any; swimmer
to reacb him. but a. Coast Guards Guardsman
man Guardsman finally brought him in on an
V'You m'ssed .the opnorl unity of
s( lifetime,?;- craeketlvf the Cpus'ie,
Huntington Cairns of the National

mi

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gives patented blowout protection in the

regular tire and tube price range!

Rnurinet is one of the oldest

means of transportation. The
Phoenicians and Greeks used
ships called blrmes and tri triremes,
remes, triremes, because they had either
two or throe levels ot rowers,
to carry men and materials.
These were powered by slaves,
chained, to their seati, each
with Ion oar and oUrected
by a faster. ,The wUin
steered the sratt ith Urge
sweep t the stern.
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ORIGINALLY ESTABLISHED IN 1865

P. 0. Box 2140 No. 25-45 Justo Arosemena Ave. r- Tel. 2-1913
(DAVID: Naranjo y Aroscmcna SANTIAGO; JiilioSpicgcl
CHIT RE: Jose Caridc. LAS TABLAS: S ilvcrioVillarrcai Jr..

lv : "There's olentv--of time.','

Note Irony is that Dis'fict At Attorney
torney Attorney Hogan,; nominated by De
Sapio for the Senate as a Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, is so pro-Republican that he
resinpd;s a rf'n-'at r th, "8
Democratic National Convention
because his friend Peweyj was

running ior presm,eui.r. a v?

DULLIS tHRIATIN -h
Seeretarv Dulles is warniM-A.

merican allies of a new and gov

nw'ng reapparaisal .of Amefcan
policv unless' they back' the Unit-
ed Sta'es agains Red .Chjna,'.;

Dulles has instruc'ed' American
ambassadors in nearly 20 pountrles
to call on the foreign minister and

emphasize ihis.

Unless they support the United

States in a moment of crisis in A A-sia,
sia, A-sia, Dulles warns,' they may wind
up wi'h no American sTipport

Most countries, especially -. the

French, are not much impressed

wi n mines warning, xney ve

heard Dulles threaten agonizing

reappraisals before. i

WASHINGTON PIFILINt
Adlai Stevenson: lust back from

Russia, reports that dictator

Khrushchev was Quite conciliato-
ry, but Foreign Minister Gromyko
was just the opposite belligerent,
Giromyko is the bov we have to
deal with in New York right now.

. .ine late sen. Bob Taft would
turn over in his graye if be could

see the austee monument erect erected
ed erected in his memory near the CapK
toL .Congressman Morgan Moul Moulder
der Moulder of 'Missouri has demanded a t
Concession nl n-ohe ttt TV ou ;

shows. He first started looking in-,
to quiz shows six months aso"
through Dr. Bernard SchwSrtf,
then ehief counsel of the -Over- ;

si?ht Commit'ee. Schwartz was fif fifed,
ed, fifed, however.-for wantint to inves

tigate Sherman Adams and TCC

( omm'ssionei- R'chard Mack, J and
the quiz;show probe -also got side side-racked.
racked. side-racked. Sow Moulder has urged
Chairman Harris to go ahead wi'h
a full-scale investigation of the
quit-show scandal ... .Robert Ken-
nedy,- counsel for the Sena'e Rac Rackets
kets Rackets Committee, is right in criti criticizing
cizing criticizing the Justice Department- for
being slow in cracking downs on
racketeers: Over five yer ago'
Attorney General Jameo McGrane McGrane-ry,
ry, McGrane-ry, retiring under, the Truman ad ad-ministra!on.
ministra!on. ad-ministra!on. lifted .hnnilri i-n.

ke'eers for deportation. In tho -five
and a hal' ye-s under At'or
ney General Rrownelt onlv a hnt
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NO PLACE MISSED Enterprising Teenagers Billy Williams and Johnny Blevins put up poster
advertising the Teen Fair while Montavani, American Legion Club Manager supervises. The
Teeners spent many hours and gallons of gas getting the posters .displayed on all clubs and
publi& buildings throughout the Pacific side of the Isthmus. Posters were cleverly constructed
ax that the bottom portion, with the date, folded up to make a pocket to hold the book mark

ers that had been printed advertising me f air.

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GOP CSndidales

Urged To Point Oul

That Mack's a Demo

i w ARHTOfiTON i UPlCReoubH-

can National Chairman Meade Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn urged GOP political candi candidates
dates candidates yesterdayt o poini out t.'t
former. Federal Communications

Commissioner Richard A. Jaack is
a Democrat even though he was
appointed by President Eisenhow

er. v.: "iv.-f -., ; .,:

Alcorn offered the advice in the

publication, "Chairman! Fact
Memo", a spamphlet of political

ammunition maued to uur canoi canoi-dates
dates canoi-dates in the November congres

sional elections and other party
members;:. sr -; ir;-
Mark resiirned from' the FCC

af er a House subcommittee inves

tigated award of Miami television

Channel 10 to a subsidiary of Na-
tinnal Airlinpn Mark hai hppn in

dicted by a federal grand jury on

cnarges ot accepting money ana
other things of value .from Mi

ami attorney Thurman; A,- White Whiteside
side Whiteside in return for his vote for Na?

tional. : .- .i-

Alcorn said that in view of the

indictment "it is appropriate to
point, out 'that Mack ir-a Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, that he was appointed to -a
position which law required lo be
filled by a Democrat and that his
appointment was made in re

sponse to the wishes of congres-
einnnl Ttamutvatai

aiuua iiuuvi av(

Alcorn said that at Senate com

mittee- hearinss on Mack's nom

ination June 6, 1955, Florida's

Democratic senators. George

Smathers and) Spessard Holland,
"testified they had recommended
Mack's appointment and wee
pleased the President had named

him."

"Mack answered a question as
to his politics by Haying 'I am a
Democrat, sir'," Alcorn said.
Alcorn also noted that in testi testimony
mony testimony before the House influence influence-investigating
investigating influence-investigating subcommittee last
March S Mack denied under oalh
that he had supported Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower in Florida and said he was not
an Eisenhower Democrat.

RED CROSS HELPS OUT When fire destroyed all the worldly possessions of Gregorio Bar Barrios,
rios, Barrios, a grounds maintenance employe of the Canal, -the Cristobal Chapter of -the American
Red Cross, a United Fund agency, immediately came 'to his aid. Barrios', gutted apartment
was 6187A, Rainbow City, where he resided with, his wife pafld" four children. An' accident
with a-kerosene stove on which milk was being heated for tjie babyi had set the blazft. Mrs.
Ruth Rubelli,: second from right, and Mrs. Maxine L.ogan,;to)k up ..the family's problems.
Clothes were brought for Barrios, left,Mrs.;Barrios, baby Isa,, daughters Judy and-Diana, arid
? son George. Sheets, blankets, pillow-cases, po $, pans, dishes, beds, mattresses, chairs and a

fining table were provmeu. uku .cuaisc nvcuuui, was aet up at tne commissary so mat
Mrs Barrios could buy food until her husband's -next pay day. s

Former Lebanese President Turns

Thumbs Down On US Compromise

DOUEIF.K SHOUEIft." Lebanon

(UPI) Former Lebanese Presi

dent Caraille Chamoun yesterday

turned thumbs down on U.S. Am

bassador Robert McClin ock's pro proposals
posals proposals for resolving 'the potehtial-ly-explosive
Lebanese political cri

sis ani wrrned bis supporters
were ready to fight a civil war.

McClimoek flew by nencopter

from Beirut to this mountain vil

lage yesterday morning for a pri

vate talk with Chamoun. Mcuin-

'ock said Wenirt" mght h's

point program "seems as if it
might coniain the 'seeds of an
eventual compromise" between
'ha forp nf npw Prpmipr Rashid

Katrami and the pro-Western dba-

mmin, ...
-But following his conference

wHtj wcrijfiot fioin told

the UPI that "we -are no seeking
a civil war but i it is imposed on
us we will fight it."-
McdmtotK me. Wednesday wi'h
President f aud Chehab and Mar Mar-onite
onite Mar-onite flafiareh .Paul Meochi and
told tham nt the formula hp out

lined o 12 too ,Lebaneje politi

cians to end the months-long cri

sis

heavy blaw, to current hopes that
the Mc itutock formula would re restore
store restore peacp to'. Lebanon torn by
more than five months of s rife.

Bank Employes
Dip Into Till
For $4,169,000
CHICAGO (UPI) The head of
a bank protective group estima'es
that crooked bank employes have
dipped their fingers in the till to
the tune of $4,169 000 in the first
six months of this year,
Malcolm C. Engstrom, president
of the Bank-Share Ownerf Advis Advisory
ory Advisory League, said Tuesday that the
money embezzled this year was
almost as much as was stolen
during all of 1956.
Five banks were forced to close
so far this year because embez embezzlers
zlers embezzlers bankrupted the institutions,

Engsb'om said. He said ihe banks'
were in Concord, N.H.; Halfway,
Ore.: Richland Springs Tx:;

Hoyt, Kan., and Edgewater, N.J.

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ANNIVERSARY

SMS

x CONTINUES

The nrneram included Exnan-' it .1 II. IV! U,"S,'S

i,:,h.f 'JLhyJ" most of their deposits 'through

lour numsiers arawn from pro

Chamoun orces; -expansion of
parliament from 66 to 88 seats;
a vote of Confidence in the Kara Kara-mi
mi Kara-mi government; and an ctive
effort io apprehended the kid kidnapers
napers kidnapers of pro-Western journalist
Fouad Haddad. r
Chamoun would not comment on
his talk with McClintock on the
comnromise formula. But when
the proposals were put to him one
by one he criticized them all.
Chainoun's opposition was a

Cristobal K of C
To Hold M"ihly

Union Church
Margarita
Uniting with : C h r i s t lans
throughout the world in the ob observance
servance observance tof the sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will be the
theme at the Margarita. Union
s ChuYch and Coco Solo Chapel,
fcath'year the first Sunday In
October Is observed as the day
when Christians around the
world join with fellow believers
Ibout the Lord's Table Even
though separated physically they
are united spiritually.
- At both Coco Solo (9:30 aip.)
i :, mi m v the

Eev. Theodore vfc Franklin will
? it.. : i,Kiaf nt trie

ureacnvon. mo u'jv.v
G6od Samaritan.fl Hia sermon
obtains Its title from the ques7

"Who ja my neiBiiuui. ''
Margarita service the Sacrament
will be served. ;
lri the evening the confirma confirmation
tion confirmation class will meet at $ p.m.

615. p.m. Will Llmkemann 'Will
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secona group.
SUNDAY Ift THE INSIDE
CAVALRY BAPTIST
i Panama City

Attendance ot every member at
flie H a.m. and-Wfrp.m. services
Will De a favorable -contribution

cs the Calvary Baptist, Church of of-'
' of-' ficiallyrbeginr a new churoh year,
Membeis are urged to attedn both
services for sprayer, warship, and
thanksgiving
The'Lord'a Supper will be' ad administered
ministered administered to the members at the
MAnnliiDinA V,nth ArvS. tlV ulA

Rev; iiuis A; Sealey, pastor of

tne v-nurcn. ai mc morniuK ci v v-Ice
Ice v-Ice the Rev. Sealey will speak on

'.Full Life";.and at the -evening

service, die topic win oe: ine
Imagined One-World". i
An Inciillutinn csfvlAa fnr. tisv

officers will be held next Sunday

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llie Cristobal Council 1689,
Knights of Columbus has organ organized
ized organized a nightly public recital of
the rosary for the entire month
of October at the Holy Family
Church In Margarita.
: This month the Catholic Cal Calendar
endar Calendar Is dedicated to the rosary
to the Blessed Virgin ... Mother,
Mary. Each evening at 7 mem members
bers members pf the council will meet at
ther Holy : Family Church1 to re recite
cite recite the rosary. s
"Grand knight Levin Invites all
the council members to bripg
.their family and other Catholic
parishioners to join In this op opportunity
portunity opportunity of public expression
honoring the Holy Mother Mary,

October is also a significant

month for, the Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus as the birth month of
their patron, Christopher Co Columbus.
lumbus. Columbus. As Dart of the commem

orative exercises, the Cristobal

Council 1689, 111 how a memo memorial
rial memorial dance on Oct. 10 at the Cris

tobal Sky Room for members and

friends.

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"But there" wasn't enough in insurance
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COMMAND CHANGES' HANDS
NICE, France (UPI)-Vice Adm. Adm.-Charles
Charles Adm.-Charles R.' (Cat) Brown handed
over command of the U S Navy's
6h Fleet Tue day to Vice Adm.
Clarence E. Ekstrom.

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GALA EVENING PLANNED AT RODMAN
FOR OPENINGS OF ENLISTED MEN'S CLUB
The enlisted jpen'f club at Rodman Naval Station will
be re-christened this evening with a new name, new fur furnishings
nishings furnishings and decor. The festivities are scheduled to begin
at 6 p.m. w;th a cocktail hour, followed by a buffet supper
and dancing. A Hawaiian floor show it planned for later in
the evening.
Highlight of the evening will be the announcement or
4he winner of the name-the-club contest and the presenta presenta-'
' presenta-' ttdll of a cash prize.
High-ranking military officers, as well as all enlisted
Navy men of the area, have been invited to attend the

opening.
Charge d'Affairai From China
And Mr. Chen PUn Reception
The Charge d'Affaim of the
Chinese Embassy Peer L.K. Chen
and his wife, Mrs. Daisy Liem
Chen have issued invitations for
a reception to celebrate the 47th
anniversary of the founding of the
Republic of China.
The reception will be given at
the home of the Ambassador on
Or 10 from six to eight p.m.
Fori Clayton Officers' Wives
Plan Lumhaon For Tuesday
-The Fort Clayton Officers' Wives
Club will meet a. the Fort Clay
ton Officfr? Club for lunch next
Tuesday m 12:30. Arrangements
for the luncheon are being carried
out by the Medical Wives under
the chairmanship of Mrs, Leon Leonard
ard Leonard F. Wilson.
Followuifi lunch, Mrs. John C.
Njckerson will present a review
of the book 'Army Social Customs'
by Ruth Wier.
All members and their guests,
as well us alt officers' wives ai Ft.
Clayton interested in joining the
chib, ate cordially invited to
at'.:nd. Late reservations will be

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Chriitmat Card Inhibit
It Planned For Oc 19
The artists of the National
League oi American Pen Women
have planned a Chrls'mas Card
exhibit to be held October 19 from
four to six in the Little Gallery of
the Tivoli Guest House.
The cards to be displayed are
of special in'erest since they wee
designed by local artists. The
public is invited to the exhibit
i Tea Sunday Far
lKev. end Mm. Ijam
Rev arid Mrs. Phillip Iiams will
be honwerl Suhdav at a tea given
1 from fo,ir to iix at 'he Dea"ry of
the Ca'hedral of S Lukr
Church
invited
friends nnd members "are
to nt'em?.
Rev !isms is thp new assistant
to the Vctv Revprpnd Ma'nort Pe Peterson
terson Peterson Par of the Cathedral.
Tel. 3-1917

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Museym Set le y Meets
The reguiai meeting ot ine ao ao-cie
cie ao-cie y o me ? anama National Mu Museum
seum Museum will be held Saturday at 3:30
p.m. at the museum. Memberi
mav" brii,a Drosoective memberi
to this ti.eeting.
Club Altamlt
A bjs, ... iieeting of .he Ciub
Altamiia will be held Sunday
mt 'n! t the French Society
Hall' in ttitr city. A full agenda
will be prtten ed, Including tha
working out of details for a "Hal "Halloween
loween "Halloween Hop" at Balneario Balboa
in Juan Diaz.
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BY GAVNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

One of the most popular of can
ned vegetables is corn. l"5tsonal
lv 417A in thla hnnni' rpcnrrl It nn
one of man's greatest blessings
a blessing we like repeated in ms-
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Corn Podding
(Makes 6-8 servings)
Three eees. sliehllv beaten: 3
tablespoons corn oil, 1 tablespoon
sugar, lVa teaspoons salt, 1-4 tea
spoon pepper, 1 tablespoon lineiy
cnopped onion, 2 cups (l 16- to n-
ounce can) cream style corn, vi
cud drv bread crumbs, 1 cup
scalded milk.
Combine all ingredients: mix
well. Pour into greased iv4-quart
baking dish. Sp. inkle paprika ov
er top, if desired, bet in pan ot
hot water and bake in moderate
oven (350 degrees F.) about, one
hour, or until knife inserted in cen
ter comes out clean.
Cream Corn Casttroie
(Malices t servings)
Two cuos (14 8-ounce package)
thin egg noodles, Vi cup corn oil,
1 can (12 ounces) luncheon meat,
cubed; 1 teaspoon salt, 1-4 tea-

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spoon pepper, 1 can (16- to
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cup fine dry bread crumbs, 2
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Cook noodles according to pack package
age package directions. Drain. Heat oil.
add meat, salt and rpef. Saute
meat until lightly browned. Rc
move from heat. Combine meat
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per pep-per Sauce. Turn into well-greased
2-auart casserole. Heat 2 table
spoons oil in a skillet. Add bread
crumbs and brown lightly. Re Remove
move Remove from heat; stir in parsley.
Sprinkle over contents of casse casserole.
role. casserole. Bake in modprate oven (37S
degrees F.) about 30 minutes.
NOTE: Two cuos cubeH. cook
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may be used in place of luncheon
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'I MAIcX (DlCMnt
If voti want to entertain a friend
from out of town who is visiting
in the home of someon yn don't
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friend's host and hostess in you
invitation. And, of course, you
must check with the hostess to
arrange the most convenient t'me
before going ahead with our
plans and Invit' or guests.
Consideration is the essence of
good manners.

MODESS

"I'm sick and tired'; writes a
orkini lfe( ?of having the 'av
aki' woo.ottg tiu vuatfc vuatfc-.oi
.oi vuatfc-.oi tha 'average' i ay-at home
jousewue, ,v.
tjust who is this average re-

preseniauva of each group?
i anow tnere are ww song wives
.no lutUwLi. uit'ir I'liiiiii an nt.
cause thev aren't eood manaeera
b planners. V"
"But looking abound my neigh neigh-hornood
hornood neigh-hornood I can also tea wivea wiio
uott't ears a nickel lUitiectinu
Itii a,veAA au iAk-.
ings, elub meetings, morning cot-
tee Uatcdes, afternoon bridge set set-Sims
Sims set-Sims and so on.
"la a child mora nriltil ka.
caua ale mama a earning a pay
check than because she is out play
tag bridge?
OO tha other hand t tnnu nlan.
ty of working wives like myself
whhv the energy and tha tan
ily cooperation ana the know-how
to combine a career wi a running
a uume. u can oe aone and a lot
of women are doing it, thereby
helping to nay for homes and send
kids tr college.
"I'll gladly admit, of course,
that many full-time homemakers
do an excel ant fnh. tnn &, i
4 urw, ,u, ,UUf
JU..I lSH i khV 'a uproot.' j uev
housewife or stay-at-home house-
wue. mere arc only individuals.
"Some can be of most use by
combining a job and homemaking.
Ana tome are going to be poor
homemakers and mothers whether
they escape lrom their duties by
taking on a job or by filling their
2,Mh wMd ctJvities for
w?Sh ,,hy tr,e PW nothing.
So let's an t milrlMo i
Jons Let's just have a kind word
t.. womn wnosg home is
uavu anu wnniiit iiii,ii-u.. ..
1 1 ....v. v lie
Ior whether h works
. outttae the, home
Summer School Was
Huge Success Says
Margarita PIA
The flrit f!an1 Vrxn kfiinHmf
- -ww-MVtig DlltUUiVl
Bcnooi ior pupils in the elemen
tary aradea whtr-tr m
Margarita school rinHtia- tv.
pait vacation, was declared a
success at a recent -meeting of
me rareni xeacneri Association.
It was suiieested. hownvar that
a six-week course would be" more
Denenciai tnan the rourweek
course covered last summer.
capt. Lucien Lebei of Fort
ouuck inaugurated the program
as president of the Atlantic Bide
Parent Teachers Association,
Father of four children, tebel
has a son in fourth grade and
a daughter in sixth grade.
The school was subsidized by
wno paia 7 tot each
child attending. Reeding and
arithmetic were taught in grades
one through six for one hour
each day.
Teachers who conducted the
scnooi were Mr, jane Polite,
Mrs. Virginia feraig, Mrs. Mary
Redmond and Mrs. Ethel Bial Bial-kowski.
kowski. Bial-kowski. All teachers agreed that the
child who made the m06t prog progress
ress progress was the one who was as assisted
sisted assisted bv his parents in the eve evening.
ning. evening. The comic book wax rfi.
cussed, and some of the teach
ers expressed their cnnvlr-rtnn
that children substitute the pic pictures
tures pictures in comic books for tmatin tmatin-ary
ary tmatin-ary oletures thev mlht t trnm
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reading books.
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tROADWAT ORAPlVlNI
TVit nolv ratiB
case involving
Ill IUIC11V1 ..v-
retlry who required hospitalization
after her ordeal won't hit the law
courts after all. The victim was
given an impressive sum of mon money
ey money to forget the whole dreadful in incident.
cident. incident. .Onetime Miss America
XCB 4Uf JC1BUU I as l lid ufs
her shell now that the headlined
breakup with husband Allan Way
is 'way in the past. She's dating
Norman Mailman, an executive
with a New Jersey drug ftrm.;;
The Hollywood gossips say Mar
ilyn Monroe killed all those stills
fn "nm. t llca Tt Mat" he.
cause she was overweight. .Ed .Ed-die
die .Ed-die fisher's off-theufl remark;
"You can't be a boy all your life,"
has been fashioned into a song by
composer Eddie White. (Now if
he can just get Debbie to record
"At The Grand." the musical
Mated for Broadway, is the talk
of the Sural e tot "ome mys
terious reason, the producer failed
to bind Paul Muni for an appear appearance
ance appearance in New York, so he's been
able to pull out of the show before
and some $400,000 goes down the
drain.
Ma.rlene Dietrich's newest ador adorer
er adorer is causing considerable gab a a-long
long a-long Madison Ave. .Paramount
is about to start a "worldwide''
search for a new Tamn. now
that the studio has decided io
jump into the adventure sweep sweepstakes
stakes sweepstakes by filming the jungle se series
ries series in wide screen and color. .
Joe Adams of the "Jamaica"' cast
off to California to be at the bed bed-slHe
slHe bed-slHe of his ailing wife.
The Pentagon Jirass are wor worried
ried worried over 'he prospect of losing at
least three bases in the Middle
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dot's cute fiancef arriveu in Man
"n- His pilot while he's here
. .i ? "w xorlt represen representative
tative representative Duke Niles.
A leadintr man at tir ..
screen, who not so long ago was
uiCApuciiuiy coy on tn subject of
whether or not h u,&.
. v wwmm .,1B1 i tCU.
nas a hew reaann. tm himnM -Z
weeding band.' She's Ariadna, an
. -miuiiik if i n i
wuuc uancer on StMd St, ,
Beautiful Elko Ando, in town to
yhh.?. The B"""1" md the
Geisha," is making the rounds in
atentiomgetting Japanese garb,
But those who knew her "whet"
--j ub never atiectea the Orien-
lal eoatlim nnttt TUk u.....
lected her.ior thtiiim.. Sh.was,
-iuea anowiri wno Is vored
ihlS do' W miy ,0'
nin Lft sm 1Mce ire
fhi, er ? new gin singers
y reaaurant In Boboli, She's
iJi ui.0" ?.t001 nd '-'WtWei
bal ads especially tailored for her
style. .Burlesque star Betty Row Rowland
land Rowland hopes to make soma sort of
literary mark with her book
that title, do you suppose?)
If the star of the situation were
not uertruqe Eflerle, a pillar of
linearity, you'd swear it was a
puoncity stunt-but anyway, the
famed Enullsh rh-,ni
w OvTtiUlliCi
vi. .vt-!iLcrvitjr ti n
h i r
usuauy nrw reward for the re
turn two diamondrings she lost
in uiniDeis: a swimming pool.
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The Old Vic in London hss e e-tabllshed
tabllshed e-tabllshed a firm rule which might
uea-M-speciaiiy for use on open-
ng mums. Patrons w'ro ar "it
in ineir st nv tha a
cur am are exeliirlprl
theatre uni' hp PtH of
(A slogan printed on all proittamB
reads. AJrival So'lt Yonr
gjJJJj Enjoyment and That of Oth-
Intimates of Gtiss: Morsn ind
her latent husband, Ed Hand, con con-firm
firm con-firm rumors of the thunder cloude
on heir marital horlson. Thev're
?flJHB,th frmlr '.nH Oueerr ft
reMy to walk off th- oou-t .-or
P.T' mrtre "Cfuratelv, in'o rne.
0"'e 0 tO-f0 When An'hnn r..
Ville-Bell airs charges against hie
Primo de Sivers Everyone expect
T xe l0"?" Sonih Amb'ssa'
"wp.w antriana to mean dlbloms.
w,U,,PI',n,ty'.b,,f .th 'ke fol followed
lowed followed his rational Un .nlik
tn defH Mrs. Crevllle-Bell's hon-.
ui anu ms own.
-fJPi1i0r" f Nft Klt C9,
rffDnr sfl ft Mat I A. ax
Hb;nuss Lt0 Vhe Angles on'
lice. The bombs. When ntnvtA
fO'fl-' f-. -'. V,,,
lT..c?n, of a length of nlna
filed with exnloslve nower. No
other clues. .Susan Hayward and
nurcurrent h"ban''. Eaton,
nslkov, ire nt to "iak news itt
,. wuaviii l-UIIIB- ;
dienne Dagmar:. She's -ou of Uie
hospital, recuperating at heme
f-cm a serious liver condition.
Perhins mechaniza'ien hat taken
over, The Times Bouire penny ar-
eanai now tail mAia ah. u.
tures e' foreign csrs than of for-1
ign aiart;
JIT MAKIS TUT RUN r
KV.W Vrtnir tirt a
American World Airways jetliner
Bermud In tlx hours and one
minute Tuedv. Tn the, Boeing
Stritoje-, which will be placed la
nsssen" service obn, msde it
from Bermuda o 'New York In
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COLONEL AND MRS. PAUL A. ZARTMAN departing Albrook
Air Force' Base for the United States. He is scheduled for re retirement
tirement retirement after completing over 34 years Of military service.
The zartmans will tour the Tjrnited States for about one year
to visit old friends and decide on a retirement location. -i
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Hew Fords Feature
Less Chrome, More
Glass In '59 Models
DETROIT UPK) Fn-rt InvelM
veiled Us 195S line of cars lo the
press today and drew the styling
JrOnt as the battle line for the
ales struggle in the coming year.
Tastefulnesf. versus extremism
Fins versus functional design
was the way J. 0. Wright, Ford
Vict president, outlined the com coming
ing coming battle.
-'Despite the temporary postwar
' successes of garish design, inevi inevitably
tably inevitably there must be the revolution
against 'tasteless extremes,'' said
nvrigtf 'We'feef thartnM is 'h6w.
- f,This i,eornwe placed our1 bets
on offering our buyers a truly fine
car, a quality car with lines of
classic1 simplicity rather than
brassy ostentation."
There' was just the suggestion
of fini on the rear fenders, the
rbof was flatter, than last year,
there was greater glass area, with
wrap around rear window as
well as windshield. Ford went
'back to the single large taillight
in each fender, and chrome Mm
is used sparingly.
Final Rehearsal'
For 'Rockoween'
Show Tomorrow
A final rehersal for Saturday
night's "Rockoween Show" to be
sponsored by the El Panama Wait
ers and bartenders Club schedul scheduled
ed scheduled ror tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock in San Francisco.
Rehearsals will be conducted
under conditions that will prevail
during actual performance, so as
to acquaint the artist with the use
of the portable stage now under
Construction for the occasion.
Because of the great demand
for invitation cards, a second
printing had to be ordered and the
entertainment commute has an-

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Club Will Count
Voles tomorrow
The Pacific Evergreen Garden
Club wih ho'd a count of votes
on Saiurcu v from 8 p.m. to 11:30
pm. at the Paraiso gymnasium,
to select the queen at the Garden
club con est.
A popular combo will furnish
mnsip for the occasion with re
freshments and other delicacies
on hand for friends. The admis
sion is free.
The coniestan elected, queen
will' be drowned' at a oronation
and ad co'ti.n fashion snow to ne
held ou Saturday night Oct. is.
fntil.!nr,fs irp Mrs Edna Walk
er, lily: Mr. Malzie v Morrison,
gardenia; Miss Hermtnia Dixon,
gladiola: Mrs. Ida Young, orchid;
Mrs t.lnrtn Howell. lxoria: Mrs.
Muriel Vsssell. carnation and
Mrs. Clatissa Flemmings rose.
TOP POWER PRODUCER
NEW YORK (UPI) -American
Electric Power Co. announced
Thursday its total generating ca
pacity now exceeds five minion
kilowatts; the first electric power
comoanv to suroass that mark.
The placing in operation of the
225.000-kilowalt Unit 1 at tnc
Clinch River plant at Cafbo, V
raised the AEP. system's total
power capacityt p ,X13,000 KW.
nouhced that no reservations have
hppn 'nken nwinff to the lane at-
rendance that is expected, there-
lore j'lests wno aesire the Desi
locations to view the show are
urged iO be there early.
Music fn dancing from 0 p.m.
will be fuvnished by Willie Moro's
"Super'' orchestra. For the show
and the rest of tne function tne
"Je s" combo will be in atlend-
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Adventure Series
For Balboa YMCA
i ti vinrt nf pdnratlonal-r.
creatlonal series It ready to be-
j;ln next Tuesday, at t:3U p.m.
at tha Balboa YMCA-USO, in
tha fnrm fif kn elaht weeks ci
nce and adventure series, in the
past the' Balboa y nas present presented
ed presented six. adventure aeries and one
purely aclence series, covering 52
different toplca, generally alined
at tne panar.a area.
To begin the new free aeries,
nmrro tvv1 win orcsent an ad-
venturetype program entitled
"To the USA via the Inter-Amer-fcan
Highway." Doyle, hU wife
and two daughters actually
made the trip during this past
summer in their iw wa
tlon wagon. The trip back home,
Kif fiiia tnaam in search of ad
venture and good photographic
Items, produced noin. ine pru pru-will
will pru-will include about 100 col
or slides, planned to take the ail-
atence on an- unaKumrj v
from Balboa to the Sioux Canal
in Michigan and near the Can
adian border, but with empha emphasis
sis emphasis on the Central American
countries, with some prerequis prerequisite
ite prerequisite hn would recommend the
trip to the average iamily.
Doyls is the chief oi ine ar architectural
chitectural architectural branch of the Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division of the Panama
Canal co. Originally hailing
rrom Cleveland, onto, ne nas
lived in the Zone for the past 11
years.
The program will take place
to the Y Auditorium and Is open
to the public free of charge.
Paul S. Wilson, 77,
LoiMtoe Resident
Dies In Coco Solo
Pa". s. WUson. of Gatun, who
had lived on the Isthmus for the
tat 54' years, died soon after
midnight last night at Coco So Solo
lo Solo hospital. He was 77 years old.
Mr. Wilson, a native of St.
Brides, Va.( came to the Isthmus
during the early Canal con construction
struction construction period. He was first
emoloyed in June 1905 by the
tRthmian Canal Commission and
had continuous service from
then until his retirement In Oc
tober 1938, except for a brief pe
riod when he served wjth tne
U.S. Army during the first World
War.
Durlna- most of; his service
with the I.C.C. ar-1 the Canal
operating organization. Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson was employed In Dersonnel
work with non-U.8. citizen em
ployes.; r, v : ''
He Was one of several employ
es who became interested in ba banana
nana banana growing in the Gatun Lake
area soon after the Canal was
opened. He maintained his plan plantation
tation plantation and devoted most of his
attention after his retirement to
banana growing.
During the many years he
lived on the Pacific side, he took
a prominent part in social and
fraternal affairs. He was a long
time member of the Masonic
Order.
He was the brother of Mrs
Herbert c. Clark, who died re
cently in the States and who.it;
husband. Dr. Herbert C. Clark,
for many years was head of Dor
cas Memorial Laboratory. Mr.
Wilson was not married and has
no surviving relatives on the
Isthmus.
.Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.
" t 11 "r1
Awards Tomorrow
For Ski Marathon,
Boat Race Winners
' Watef Ski marathon and
boat race winners will receive
awards tomorrow at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Yacht and Fishing Club
at 6 p.m. All those who par participated
ticipated participated are Invited to attend
as refreshment will be served.
A complete listing of results
and prlxe winners will be pub published
lished published in a few days.
Taxi Service Being
Offered By KolC
For Columbus Ball
Th Knlshta of Columbus.
Panama-Balboa Council 1371;
has announced that to ease the
narking problem at the Tivoli
hnt.Pi n r.nyi service win run oe
tween the Administration build
ing m Baiooa xo ine nvou.
Slnra tho Tivnll'i nnrlfinff fftcl.
lltlas or llmlfjtrl nerxnna at
tending the Columbus Day Ball,
on Oct. 11, can nam ec tne ao ao-ministration
ministration ao-ministration building and ride
bv taxi to the Tivoli for onlv 23
cents per person, ; :' ;4i4:U. f
Those who -. want reseryed ta tables
bles tables for 1 theilfcll, can contact
the Tivoli quest House m An?
con.. ''''S-'i '' I
Tickets will be on sale at the
Tivoli on the nlfrht of the Ball,
flntiirrinv. Oct. 11. But it in ad.
vised that you pick your tickets
un as soon as possioie irom. ny
Knights of Columbus member.
Resident of Fort Kobbe can
purchase their tickets by con.
tacltng Pfc. Charles Deslderlo at
hours or pfc. Dan Hallady at
Ft. Kobbe 2277, during duty
nours.
T uhft Xmrirrmm will aunnlv

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WAR AND PEACErA Chinese Nstionsllit antiaircraft batiery
in the background spoils the illusion of pastoral peace given
by the toiling farmers in the foreground. The incongruous
grouping v seen near Taiwan,' capital of Formosa.

Mrs. Martha Tall,
Widow Of Senator,
Dies In Ohio
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Oct. 3
(UPI) Mrs. Martha Bowers
Tait, 6(Y warm-hearted widow
of Sen. Robert A. Taft who help helped
ed helped "Mr. Republican" over his
campaign trails, died here yes yesterday
terday yesterday after eight years of ill illness.
ness. illness. Her death at her suburban In
dian Hill home came suddenly,
although she had. been confined
to a wheel chair after suffering
a stroke in 1950.
Mrs. Taft was best known for
her campaigning in her hus husband's
band's husband's behalf. A Cleveland news newspaper
paper newspaper usually displayed a "Bob
and Martha win" headline after
a senatorial victory.
She was at his side In three
winning campaigns for senator
from Ohio and in his three un
successful bids for the Republi Republican
can Republican presidential nomination.
Illness kept her from taking
an active part In his last try for
office in 1952. The following
year Taft died lnauljf of cancer.

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at it nrnvino ffrniinris north of the
Arctic Circle the A'omie Energy
Commission announcea.
In the first Soviet announce announce-men'
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Th te's "'"e th th'rrl ann
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days. The announcement by AEC
Chairman John A. McCone gave
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Sate Department spokesman
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this country expected to go ahead
wi!. East West talks scheduled 'o
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2 Pass 3 Pais
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Pass Pass
Opening lead A 2
How would you play today's
hand at a six spade contract and
against a trump opening with
East following suit?
Pedro Cabral of New York who
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iihsiiv acivc H9 real me muuei
for Pessimistic Pete decided to
piay sate for his contract and to
EUard aCiVnst a nnsihlfi four-ntlr
heart break.
Here ia Pedro's safptv nlav. He
won the first trump in his own
U m rA .nJ I.J K L 4 1 r I
ace. His next play was a low
heart from ritimmv Thta aiv un
all play for seven but just hap
oenea io dp tne oniy way lo nnn"
home six. Furthermore, it guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed six once both onponents
followed to the first heart.
East chose to return a club.
Pedro went up with the ace, led
at rump to dummy trumpet a
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iiiw iieari, ana got 08CK lo (lum
my wun us mst trump.
Now durrmy's three remainins
hpflrK nmvidfiA narl'ino nlonnc
for his three losing diamonds and
ciuos ana me siam was. made.
It is interesting to note that
this Particular Kafety plsv m a
complicated variation of the play
from Wtnn' hrok flint I Hi..
cussed Saturday. Pedro allowed
wei a rnance to nitr. t he
wioheri. hut let him ruff a loser,
not a winner.
1
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K South West North
Pass Pass Double
Pass ?
You, South, hold:.
AQJt Jt AK6I
What do you do?
A Bid two elubs. You want
to play tame but don't know
whr. This foreos roar portacr
to ehooM and clearly shows sup support
port support for both major suits.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
bid of two diamonds. What do
you do now 7
Answer Tomorrow
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Tex., ease a Bell 7J helicopter into the bowels of a Brazilian I
Air Force C-82 cargo plane. It's for the official use of Brazil's
President Kubltschek and is identical with the two acquired v
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Ole Rockin' Chair
Could Have Cot
Cranny Byrne
CHORLTON ON MEDLOCK,
England (UPl) Granny Byrne
didn't know it but the ole rockin'
chair could have got her at any
moment. It was full of dynamite.
The rockins chair was bought
by Mrs. Cathleen Clarke from a
neighbor, Mrs. Ann O'Leary, who
was moving to the United States.
Then along came Granny Mrs.
Mary Byrne of Dublin on a vis
it. It was such a comtortable
chan she sr'on'l it -"i-i -qt fir
long hours happily rocking by the
fire.
One day a letter arrived from
Mrs. O'Leary savins she had
learne 1. one of tne ihree uohol-
stered chairs she sold the Byrnes
was "full of explosives."
A search disclosed the rocking
chair was full of dynamite hidden
there by a burglar who hao rented
a room from Mrs. O'Leary. The
burglar, since tailed, told police
and they told her.
Bu' now the dynamite is gone
and Granny is once more rocking
in her favorite rocker.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN' AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, OCTOBER, Z,y 1958
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13-5 Defeat Worst For NY,
In 37 Years: Burdette
Bruton Star For Winners

By RAY W.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 3
Braves battered five New

including home runs by Billy Bruton and Lew Bur Bur-aette',
aette', Bur-aette', to bury the Yankees, 13-5, in the worst World
Series defeat in 37 years for the American League

champions.
The Braves, who beat the
Yankees four games to three in
last year's series, bombed Bullet
Boh Turlev off the mound in
the very first inning when they
rnred seven times, sending 10
men to the plate.
It took two other pitchers,
Duke Maas and Johnny Kucks,
to finally subdue the warpatn warpatn-lng
lng warpatn-lng Braves in that Inning. The
rest of the game was for fun,
with Burdette, the three-time
Yankee killer of 1957, putting
rinsn thP Yankees in order in
ix of the nine innings.
Billy Bruton who won Wednes
day's first came with a 10th in
ning single, opened the bombas
tic first with a nomer over uic
right field screen. Red Schoen Schoen-dienst
dienst Schoen-dienst followed with a double
and the carnage was started.
Turlev struck out Eddie Mat
hews but Hank Aaron walked
onH wps Pnvincton sineled for
another run to chase the Amer American
ican American League's top winner this
vear from the mound.
dp
LEW BURDETTE
1 Maas got Frank Torre to fly
out before Crandall walked to
load the bases. Little Johnny
Logan, who had one of his
worst seasons at bat this year,
then singled to drive home
two more runs.
" Up strode Burdette, whose
scoreless string against the Yan-
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
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(UPI) The Milwaukee

York pitchers for 15 hits,
i.m,i,.fe..t
BILL BRUTON
kees had been broken at 24 13
innings in the opening frame.
The lanky pitcher, who hit four
homers during season play.
socked a Maas fast ball over the
left centerfield screen to make
the score a shocking 7-1.
Out went Maas and in came
Kucks. He got Bruton to end the
. UJ lllllllg Villi. 411C acvcu
runs were the most ever scored
In the first Inning of a Series
game and only one short of the
highest total ever run up against
the proud Yankees In a single
inning of Series play.
The Yankees not only broke
Burdette's scoreless string In the
first, but they threatened to
drive him to cover when Bauer
led off with his single, Mathews
threw wildly to first on Gil Mc Mc-Dougald's
Dougald's Mc-Dougald's grounder, and Mantle
was purposely passed, filling the
bases with none out.
Elston Howard forced Mantle
at second with his grounder,
Bauer scoring. But Yogi Berra
rapped into a double play to end
the threat.
Burdette almost didn't make
It again in the ninth, when the
Yankees got four of their
seven hits. Hank BAuer led off
with a homer,
McDougald singled and then
Mantle got his second homer of
the day and his 11th in Series
competition. He moved into sec second
ond second place in Series homers be behind
hind behind Babe Ruth, who has 15.
Norm Siebern got the fourth
straight hit, and Don McMahon
was working in the Braves' bull bullpen.
pen. bullpen. But the fidgety righthand righthander
er righthander steadied to get the next three
batters and end the game.
Late Start Is
No Handicap
MILWAUKEE (NEA") Eb Eb-ber
ber Eb-ber Darnell Easter was named to
the qualifying category of the
American Bowling Congress Hall
of Fame ballot.
One requierement is particiDa particiDa-tion
tion particiDa-tion In a minimum of 15 AB.C
tournaments.
Sarge Easter, who will be 76
on Nov. 20, has become almost a
legend. He was an Army ser sergeant
geant sergeant for 30 years, didn't take up
serious competitive bowling un until
til until he was 62. He bowled in major
competition in Detroit and St.
Louis, now lives in California.
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U.S. lightweight Ike Vaughn
and Panama 135-pound cham champion
pion champion Federico Plummer wind
up training today for their 10 10-round
round 10-round feature bout at the Co Co-Ion
Ion Co-Ion Arena Sunday night.
Vaughn, who arrived on the
Isthmus last Sunday, worked
out at the Panama Gym yes yesterday
terday yesterday for the benefit of a
good sized crowd of Pacific
siders. He is housed in Colon
and has been training at the
Arena since Monday.
The visitor gave the impres impression
sion impression that he'll be no pushover
for Plummer and is expected
to have a host of backers when
the boxers climb "into the ring
Sunday night.
Vaughn, who as an amateur
won 72 of 74 fights, also has
an impressive professional rec record.
ord. record. The 26-year-old Miami
Negro has won 29 fight-for-pay
scraps, drawn once and
lost eight.
In the other bouts on the
card arranged by promoter
Louis Craig, Benjamin Lewis
and Roy Tugwell meet at 162
pounds in a six-round semifi semifinal;
nal; semifinal; Valentin Brown and Kil
Fenghe will swap leather in a
127-pound four-rounder; and
In the curtain raiser, also set
for four, David Wright tangles
with Serafin Garcia at 128
pounds.
General admission tickets
will go for $1.25; general ring ringside,
side, ringside, $3; special ringside, $4;
and children and boxers 75
cents.
World Series
Facts, Figures
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UPD
Facts 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 innings)
nings) innings) ;'t 2nd game: Milwaukee
13, New York 5
Remainine games and sites
3rd, 4th and 5th (if necessary)
games at Yankee Stadium, Oct.
4, 5, 6; 6th -and 7tn ur necessa necessary)
ry) necessary) County Stadium, Milwau
kee, Oct. 8, 9.
Starting times New xor
games start at noon .(Panama
time), except Oct. 5 game, which
starts at 1 nm. (Panama time):
Milwaukee games start at 2 p.m.
(Panama time).
Series favorite Milwaukee, 11-
5.
Third gam favorite New
York, 7-5.
Third game probable pitchers
New York Don Larsen (9-6);
Milwaukee, Bob Rush (10-6) or
Juan Plzarro (6-4).
Rival managers New York,
Casey Stengel; Milwaukee, Fred
Haney.
Umpires Al Barlick, Tom
Gorman and Bill Jackowski, Na National
tional National League; Charley Berry,
John Flaherty and Frank U U-mont,
mont, U-mont, National League.
wnriin and television Via
N.B.C. Radio-TV networks (TV
announcers: Mel Allen and Curt
Gowdy; radio announcers, Earl
Gillespie and Bob Wolff).
Financial figures of the 2nd
game: Attendance, 46,367; net
receipts. $277,263.60; players'
share, $141,404.44; commission
er's share, $41,58.S4; ciuos ana
leagues' share, $23,567.40.
Total financial figures: At Attendance,
tendance, Attendance, 92,734; net receipts,
$554,527.20; players share, $282, $282,-808
808 $282,-808 88;, commissioner's share,
$83,179.08; clubs and leagues'
share, $47,134.80.
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Quipster Burdette Says
He Doesn't Think He'll
Get 3 Cracks At Yankees

By MILTON RICHMAN
MILWAUKEE (UPD Lew Bur
dette looked a little unhappy.
"I don't think I'll get tnree
cracks at 'em this time, said the
perspiration soaked MilwauKee
pitcher who naa just pui mc
Braves 2-up in the World Series
with a 13-5 victory.
"Nope, I didn't ease up in the
ninth inning," he explained. Not
intentionally, anyway.
Burdette. always the quipsier,
drew a laugh from a throng, of re-
oorters when they asked mm wnai
he hit for his three-run homer in
the first inning.
A long ball," he dead-panned.
Yankeai Depressed?
Fred Hanev. who displayed
some cockiness after the Braves'
opening day win, was more sub
dued Thursday. He even trotted
out his favorite bid chestnut
I'm still playing 'em one at a
time" when an effort was made
to draw him out more.
There was no thought in my
mind of lifting Burdette in the
ninth when (Hank) Bauer and
(Mickey) Mantle hit those hom
ers, Haney said. He sun naa
an eight-run lead.
Shortstop Johnny Logan said he
thought the Yankees looked de
pressed," especially after the sev seven
en seven run bombardment they ab
sorbed in the first frame.
Logan, whose first-inning single
Four-Minute Miler
irinls Half-Mile
To Get Woman
Help
BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) The
only American who ever broke
the four-minute mile may have
set a hew record Wednesday -when
he raced half a mile to get help
for a woman pinned under an
overturned car.
Don Bowden of the University
of California was taking his morn
ing track workout when he heard
groans from the bottom ot a l.w-
foot embankment deep in the
hills.
A car driven by Mrs. Doris
Scott. 42. had careened off the
road and plunged down the em
bankment, pinning her underneatn.
"At first I thought It was a
wounded mountain lion groaning
in pain," Bowden said. "I had a
look and I knew 1 couion t move
the car an inch."
Bowden then did what he's best
equipped to do he dfV-hed a
half a mile to his parKea car ana
drove to a golf club for help.
Rescurers found Mrs. Scott suf suffered
fered suffered onlv a few bruises but she
could have remained undernearth
the car for hours or days had not
Bowden found her.
Bowden ran the mile in 3:58.7,
in 1957.
Lou Klein s Son,
Wife Die After
Auto Accident
nfW ORLEANS (UPI) Jerry
Klein, 8-year-old son. of ex:major
league baseball player Lou. Klein,
died Wednesday night in Charity
uncnitai few hours after his
mother was buried.
Both received fatal injuria
Monday in an automobile cbll
sion.
ur. vieln died Instantly whea
her station wagon apparently
went out of control. Anouier son,
Louis III, aged 12, was reported
in an improved condition today.
Klein managed the Fort Worth
fca.oh.n rhihln the Texas League
ki. ..r h nlaved in the major
leagues witn we ow iu wi-
nals and tne vhwhumu
Series Briefs
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UPD
Not even the weatnepnan c
vnoir. ,.n his mind, about tomor-
row's probable forecast for the
third game of the World Series.
TV,. oriv nredlctlon was
''cloudy and cool, with a chance
of rain." That was changed ear early
ly early today- to "mostly fair and
mild." V',
NEW YORK, Oct. J-(UPI)-The
Milwaukee Braves now ire
11 to 5 favorites to win the World
Series and are 4Vs to 10 picks to
complete "t four-game sweep
over the NeW York Yankees.
For tomorrow's third game,
the Yankees we favored at T to

was a key "blow in the big explo explosion,
sion, explosion, said he didn't feel the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees were licked yet although he
felt a lot of the starch is out of
them."
Burdette pursued a season-long
ritual by buying beers for the rest
of the club. Warren Spahn did it

Wednesday and Burdette made
sure that was the first thing he
did upon entering the clubhouse
Thursday.
Lew Used "Everything"
The winning pitcher has been
doing it all season long," he said.
so why should we quit now?"
The Milwaukee ace said he
used a little bit of everything"
against the Yanks Thursdv.
They look more or less like the
same ball club to me as last
year." he said. "I wouldn't sav
they are any tougher or xny easi
er just about the same."
Bill Bruton, who contributed a
homer and two singles in the
Braves' IS-hit attack and now h
four-out-of-six in the Series, wasn't
getting overly excited about. t'ie
orospect of winding up as the
hero of the classic.
"Naturally, I'm glad to be play playing,"
ing," playing," he said, "and I'm delighted
that I'm helping a bit, too."
He hit his first-inning homer off
loser Bob Turley and said he
thought, reliever Rvne Duren. off
whom he got his game winning
single Wednesday, "was the faster
of the two."
As usual, Burdette came un
with the last word in the rather
quiet Milwaukee dressing Quar
ters.
When someone pressed him as
to what particularly had struck
mm about the game, he com commented:
mented: commented: "The Yankees and nrettv hard
in the ninth."
Army Atlantic
Beats Kobbe
In Overtime
The Army Atlantic Bushjnas Bushjnas-ters
ters Bushjnas-ters tossed away a four-point
lead in the waning seconds of
their Panama Area Armed Forc
es basketball game with the
highly touted Fort Kobbe Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars Wednesday night, but
came back strong in the first
overtime period to defeat the
Regulars, 74-65.
Playing on their home court,
the Bushmasters held a four
point advantage with 20 seconds
remaining In regulation play but
the second place Kobbe five
fought back to tie the score
when the buzzer sounded.
In the overtime stanza it was
all Army Atlantic as they out out-scored
scored out-scored the visitors, 16-7. Gerry
Roberts was the big gun in the
extra period. He tossed In six
markers and Bob Stallworth and
Marv Ksdell each had four.
Roberts, playing one of his
beter games, was high scorer for
the victorious Bushmaster five,
tossing in nine field goals and
four free throws for 22 points.
Bob Stallworth had 18.
High man for the Kobbe quin quintet
tet quintet and high man in the game
was Dick Hill. The burly Kobbe
forward tossed In 24 points.
PAAF LEAGUE STANDINGS
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At 6:30 p.m. tonight (Friday)

four lovely young ladies, each re
presenting one of the entries in
the big C.Z. grid classic, will par
ade into Mt. Hope Stadium and
the official opening ceremonies
will begin for the ninth playing
of the football Jamboree.
Queen Pat Lawson of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School will bt tht
hosttss as tht tour competing
levtns, CHS, BHS, CZJC and
ptrado into the field to bo in introduced
troduced introduced to the crowd prior to
tho btgining of play.
Those who dare venture a pre
diction on the outcome of the 1958
Jamboree are sharply divided
with the Athletic Club and Balboa
High sharing the role of ftvorites.
But most would-be experts tre re
luctant to pick a winner for it is
expected that the Tigers from
Cristobal High also rate a few
votes when selecrng a Dossible
winner for the grid opner. In fact.
C.Z. Junior College are the only
rank outsiders with some globe-
gazers even going so far as to
predict a winless season for the
older, more experienced, but bad
ly undermanned Devils.
All roads are expected to lend
to Mt. Hope stadium tonight, for
advance1 ticket sales indicate an
other good attendance figure
which is expected to match lst
year's record turnout for this,
the most popular of Canal Zone
athletic events. Arrangements
have been completed to augment
the Mt. Hope seating capacity in
order- that everyone may be to
find a seat for tonight s Jamboree.
MILWAUKEE (UPI)-Boxscore
of the second 1958 World Series
game:
New York (A) ABRH RBI
Bauer, rf
2 2.
1 1
2 2
0 0
0 1
0 0
McDougald,2b
Mantle.cf
Howard .if
Siebern.lf
Berra, c
Skowron.lb .4 0 0 0
Carey ,3b
0 0 0
c-Slaughter
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Richardson,3b
Kubek.ss . .1
Turley ,p
Maas.p
Kucks, p ...
a-Lumpe
1 0
0 0
Dickson ,p
d-Throneberry
O'O
0 0
0 0
Monroe, p
Totals 33 5 7 5
Milwaukee (N)
Bruton, cf
AB R H R Bl
....4 2 3 1
Schoendienst,2b ...... 5 2
Mathews,3b -. 5 2
Aaron.rf 4 2
Covington.lf 4 1
b-Mantilla 0 1
Pafko.If 0 0
Torre.lb 5 0
Crandall.c 2 l
Logan, ss 4 1
Burdette, p 4 1
Totals 37 13 15 i3
-FIid out for Kucks in 5th; b-
Ran for Covington in 7th c-
Grounded out for Carey in 8th;
d-Struck out for Dickcon in 8th.
New York 100 100 003 5
Milwaukee 710 000. 23x 13
E Mathews. PO-A New York
24-10, Milwaukee 27-12. DP
Schoendienst, Logan and Torre;
Logan, Schoendienst and Torre.
LOB New York 2, Milwaukee 5.
2B Schoendienst 2. Mathews. nR
Bruton, Burdette, Mantle 2,
Bauer. SB Mathews. SF Cran
dall, Pafko.
ip h r r bb so
Burdette (W)
9 7 5 4 1 5
Turley (L)
Maas
Kucks
Dickson
1-3 3
1-3 2
31-3 3
3 4
4 4
3 3
1 1
2 2
Monroe
1 3
3 '3
II Berry (A), plate;' Gorman
(N), IB; Flaherty (A), 2B; Bar-
lick N), 3B; Umont AO, Jaco'
ski (NV foul lines. T 2:43.
A 46,367.
New York (A) 100 100 003 5 7 0
Milwau. (N) 710 000 23x 13 15 1
Turley, Maas (1), Kucks (
Dickson (5), Monroe (8) and Ber
ra.' Burdette and Crandall. Loser
Turley. ,HR Bruton, Burdette,
Mantle 2, Bauer.

Burdette(d)

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SMU More Than : Guinea Pig
For Irish Of Notre Dame

By HARRY CRAYSON
SOUTH BEND'" Ind. -(NEA)
Southern Methodist's oluckv stanu
against the Ohio State man eat
ers helped rocket 'the college
football season into the stand-
up-and-cheef stage in the first
complete round of fire.
And set up a rousing engage
ment fn the Dallas Cotton Bowl
on Saturday when the Mustangs
give JNotre Dame's millions of
footers a definite line on - the
1958 edition of the Fighting I-
rish. Whhith six-foot-three Don
Meredith passing and Dave Sherer
kicking," Bill Meek's lads are.
considerably more than guinea
pias. They are the dark ht ses
of the Southwest Conference, and
while Notre Dame ;is the Pick
here, an upset is not impossible.
Michigan state has beaten Mi
chigan the past two falls and
the bpartans have their custom-
nrv HiettncniiQliimy phoraritaricHnc
depth and speed. This seemsf
too much for tne Wolverines, but
this is an early traditional game
: k:-L . 1 l
111 wiiiuu auyuuiig can ndppen.
North Carolina Started by los
ing two games to North Caro
lina State and Clemson by as
many touchdowns, the openinc;
reverse due strictly to fumbles.
Clemson figures vell as-inst anv
college outfit, and the fact that
the highly rated Tar Heols scored
theree touchdowns against the
Tigers spells another headache for
improved Southern California in
Lbs Angeles tonight.
Army's attack ae.unst unsusr
pecting South Carolina .vas so
cyclonic that football writ
ers have Red Blaik Inventing the
nanKer. as a matter o' la"v
only difference in Coack Blaik's
moderns version of the anc ent
formation is that the so-nick
named lonesome end rioes not
participate in the huddle.
Ihe real difference in this fine
West Point team is that Colonel
Blaik appears to have developed
a quarterback in Joe Caldwell and
now has two swift rtsckle".': 'n Ed
Bagdonas and Maurice -Hilliard
They'll : treat Penn State'.- much as
they did South Carolina,. .
Syracuse hardly: will be as for-
turrate at Holy Cross, as- tug- .Or .Orange
ange .Orange was against formidable Bos
ton College. Yale bumps into dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties at Brown and H&rvard
into more trouble at Cornell.
There's a, rousing game at
Maryland, where you must stick
whith solid Clenison gainst Ter
rapins who manage to get up
steam only occasionally. Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi State has too many horses
for Tennessee. Virg'nia '''ec'v Aor
William and Mary and North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina State is ?iven a shaky
vote over Virginia.
Pittsburgh has never beaten
Minnesota, but there is every in in-dicat'on
dicat'on in-dicat'on that the Panthers will
get the job don this trim Hous
ton uest the call desDite a 6tout
uncinnai defense. Ohio State has
yastlv too muoh nower for Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. West Virginia rarelv beats
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; Hector Marino Ruiz'
nria 7irn!irh will ft nut.

core a repeat victory tomorrow afternoon when he
aatches strides with three other fourth series im imported
ported imported thoroubredsC;itthe raain event at the Pre-

Posiblemente, iJoselfto- arid' Ga-
no art th three opponent. oi
ht m-omisine Chilean horse. Jose
!t,Deat outr Posiblemente' for the
lac in a racewon, by; AcropoHs
nother Hector Marino Ruiz own-
d racer last Sunday, 'Ai -Zarnazo
ii .considered to be ? a
uuerfor racer to Acropolis and
hould acore more- eaiily than the
tt,er if ha it ;at tot nest. Jose
pa, who gave in o9 ,wf?1'
ow a i .powerjui -,,riae :,; wmp
utuels choice Critic? Iist.'weeK,
ill afrain Hn th whlO wieldinB.
Jnxelito will once; jnoref by gid-
kipnt will have 'the 'much baDy-
hooed Carlos farmed irj the sada sada-SJ
SJ sada-SJ LearUm inckev' Braulio" Be-
fei eeta the assignment on the Stud
Calif a' Gazapo which returns 1 to
Mction following ,a tengtnyv jayon.
The co-feature; i.notner, seven

furlong.'dash for a'vWtaker group of!are included, on the program

HOOF BEATS

Isftiitt and urlrm testa will so
into ff eet this weekend, begin beginning
ning beginning tirttht tomorrow's races.
Trainers and owners iouna guu-
tgr of using drugs on their horses
ili be pununea Accoramg to me
tamishea regulations govern
or doping.
Axzentine colt Pastoreo died
Thursday afternoon of an un-
Uclosed cause. The promising
Tse-year-oia cnesuiuv w s
ned j-hd trained by Daniel
iglio.
Jostling Braulio Baesa broke
n4Her record Over the last'
Weekend. Baeza's eight1 vkrto'-
v. ries gave him a total 180 tri-
$ nrnphs for this year to eclipse
in former mara or una
hT ; Alfreao.YAstjtieaiirjar :, lh;
i rat Baesa going,, n snouia
i reach 250 easily, barring, n
) accident or stiff suspension.
Unergetle track manager Fa-
bio A. Thayer yesterday morn morning
ing morning returned from Chile where
he spent several weeks, buying
horses forth local track. Thay
er reportedly closed deals for the
purchase of over 20 Chilean
Jioroughbreds in Santiago.
jCedlocre r nd fractious
Peruvian thoroughbred, Oro Pu-
rito, yesterday was-sent. to Chi Chi-ftra
ftra Chi-ftra where he will be used for

i breeaing purposes, oro runio is

m son of the English thorough
bred 7 Fasll which once star
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world. rDlstingo, ta Generala,
Joe's Fiddlins and Matriculado.
Another race of interest is thn
eighthr in which highly rated
sorinter Alpira meets former top
fliphtpr Hnrarln DeoendaDie. sa
risti.-Loberia and EmilyMary.
Eight other prospective tnnuers
yesterday as the new trainer, of
the; Stud "13's" six horses
Sputnik, Narval, Mulchen, Bo Bo-degon,
degon, Bo-degon, Nebrisca and El Pobre-
ton.
oOo
Panamanian jockey Sandino
Hernandez, who returned rom
-the U.S. early this, week, re returns
turns returns to action tomorrow with
several good mounts. He also
has some good ones lined up
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rider, who should bear watch watching.
ing. watching. oOo
1 Ruben (Caliche Vasauea who
Was suspended' hy the stewards
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Chilean Jockey Fernando Alva Alvarez,
rez, Alvarez, was given permission to
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watch bis weight and would
probably blow up if he remains
inactive for the 90-day period.
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, La Generala reappears this
week under the ownership 0,f
Mrs Eleida Kenny with Norman
Kenny her new trainer
oOo
Hard-riding ManueiT (Man (Manny)
ny) (Manny) Tcaia yesterday donated,
the price of seven pints of
blood to the Nicolas Solan
Tuberculosis Hospital at La
Chorrera. Teas is scheduled
t return to New York this
weekend to resume riding at.
Belmont Park.
t.
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Santamaria
"I ha bit plana for Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian featherweight champion.
Jesus Santamaria,'! wealthy
sportsman Carlos Eleta, man manager
ager manager of the Colon boxer, told a
gathering of sportswrlters yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the Jardln Panamar
in San Franclseo.
- XilCVtt 111CU went UU.IU CAUiaill
why Santamaria had been
matched against Roberto Muri
Uo and Colombia's Ramiro VI-
veros. Eleta said that Santama Santamaria.
ria. Santamaria. unbeaten in IS professional
fights, had been through a rigid
campaign in the last two years
since turning pro and needed
some easy bouts to keep fit and
also to employ the new things
that he is being taught.
Amone the plans held for Je
sus.are a trip to the VS., where
he will be sent to observe, and
a bout in December against Cu
ba Anfel (Robinson) Garcia.
"Santa" at present Is taking
it easy while absorbing all the
finer points of the boxing
game from veteran and com competent
petent competent trainer Tomas (Bolo)
Royal.
; If Santamaria continues to
improve gradually and 'keeps
climbing, Eleta will finally make
a bid to bring world champion
Hogan (Kid) Bassey to the
Isthmus for a championship
fight if the Nigerian is still the
ifworld champion early in i860.
Along The Fairways
WOMEN'S FORT AMADOR
CITIB CHAMPIONSHIP TOTjR
NAMENT TO OT UNDERWAY
OCT. 8
Qualifying rounds for the
Women's Fort Amador Club
Championship will get underway
Oct. 8. All women members of
the Fort Amador Golf Club are
eligible to play. There will be
five davs of ouallfving Wednes
dayvOct. R through Sunday, Oct.
12.
First round played on anv of
the davs designated as quality
ing will be your qualifying
round. All rounds must be play
ed hi threesomes, unless the
other member., of a twosome is
Lais .fluajlfylngi (,
Qualifiers will be put into
flights according to gross scores
and according to club handicaps
In other words, the first 8 low
handicappers will constitute the
Championship flight, positions
to be decided by qualifying med
al scores. The number of flights
will depend upon the number of
girls Who qualify.
This is not a handicap tourna
tnent. There will be no strokes
exchanged. Medalist will be the
low 18 hole medal player. USGA
rules of golf will govern play
throughout the tournament,
There is a $1 entry fee.
First round will be completed
by Sunday, Oct, 10, second round
by Sunday,. Oct. 26, and third
round by Sunday, Nov. 3. Please
consult the -club bulletin board
for all rules and regulations gov
ernlng this tournament. Come
on out girls and sign up you
just might be the next club
champ!
There is also a Ringer Tour
nament underway for the wom
en golfers Of the Fort Amador
Golf Club. The Ringer started
on Thursday, Sept. 19 and will
run through Thursday, Nov. 14.
Only two rounds may be played
per week, the weeks running
Thursday through Thursday.
Each player must declare the
round as "Ringer" before she
tees off, then ring the Improved
scores, sign, date, attest, and
mark the card Ringer, and place
cards in Ladies Tournament
Box.
.3 To aid those working gals, 9
hole scores will be accepted.
There are two flights according
to handicaps. Handicaps of Nov.,
1 will decide the low net winners
In each flight. There will be a
gross prize and a most improved
prize, it is fun to watch your
improvement girls so let's all
sign up for this tournament.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
V BALBOA GUN CLUB
The registered trap shoot, un under
der under the sponsorship of the
"ITA," that was postponed last
weekwill be held on Saturday,
October 4, 1958. : Shooting will
start at 2:00 p.m., registration at
1:80 p.m. i V
' Matches will be as follows:
25 Birds at 16 yards. :'
, 25 Birds Handicap.
; 12 pairs, doubles.
Overall.
Entry fee will be 50 cents for
each match and 80 cents for the
overall, a total of 83. Registra Registration
tion Registration fee is 25 cents.: Prizes will
be awarded for each match and
the overall. au,-;' '.'-s.X'J'-a vyi
We have some new shooters at
Balboa. How about "you Cristo
bal shooters coming over to meet
the gang? in the future the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa range will .be open on the
first and. third Saturdays, each
month.

Race Track Graded Entries

itklf t f St.
1st Race Special Imp. 4
.1st RACE
Fgs.
OF
115
1 Porro F. Alvarez
2 Ramo B. Aguirre
3 Deungalope J. Phillips
44-Nebrisca J. Samaniego
5-Campagnard G. Sanchez
Palave 1 i C. Farmer
7 Pocas Pilchas B. Baeza
8- rA!i'Cautiva mS. Carvajal
113
106
112
110
110.
108 j
106
2nd Rac 4th Series Imp. 7 fg.
' 2nd RACE OF
1 Lark
2 Rose of the W
3 Distingo
4 i-Behader
5 La Generala
-i-Jose'Fiddl.
7 Matriculado
B. Aguirr 113 -,
F.Sanchez 107x
F. Alvarez 115 -A.
Alfaro 115
A. Credidio 103
G. Sanchez 113
C. Delgado 102x-
3rd Race
Natives
7 Fas.
ONE
1 El Pequefio
2 Guacamaya
3 Rock'n Roll
4 Pichoto
5 Filon
S. Carvajal 113
A. Alfaro 115
A. Lourless lOOx
R. Vasquez 113
C. Farmer 108
4th Race "H" Natives
1 Sideral
2 k-Golden'W
3 Buscapleitos
4 Tingat
5 Don Grau
6 Don Vito
T-Okiland
8Pilluelo
A. Alfaro 115
A. Credidio 110
B. Baeza V.
J. Jimenez 113
G. Sanchez 113
C. Farmer 108
J. Baeza 108
A. Lourless lOOx
Sth Race "A and B" Nativs
1 Tinela
2 Don Brigido
31 Frijolito
4 Nirvana
E. Dario 106
G. Sanchez 110
A. Credidio 106
B. Baeza 115
4th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1st RACE OF
1 Red Label O. Bravo 110
2 Kensmeton H. Ruiz 110
3 Baranoa F. Justinia. llfix
4 Julio Verne J. Avila 115
5 Ma.' Stuardo S. Hernandez 115
6 Town's Wall A. Credidio 108
7th

ftac 4th. Srls Imp. 8 Fgs. Purs $400.00
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Cor. Day A. Lourless lOOx
2 Mariema C. Ruiz 110
3 Fifitb O. Bravo 110
4 Greco B. Baezall3
5 Miss Patience H.Maciai, 103)6
-King F. Hidalgo 113
f Colifato A. Ycaza 115
-Don'Dani j H. Ruiz 110
9 Ghivilingo i .&. Carvajal 106
10 Alhaiar t A. Vasquez 113
Sth
Race Sth Series
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Imp. 7 Fast Purs $500.00
: QUINIELA

1 Saprlsti A. Lorless 104x
2 Horacio G. Sanchez 113
3 Emily Mary A. Alfaro 106
4 Loberia F. Sanchez 107x
5 Dependable C. Farmer 110
8 Alpina F. Alvarez 115
Mi Rac 4th Sris lm.
8 Fgt.
ONE
1 Sicabu
2 Destello
3 Plateado
4 Vergnieux
8 Recife
B. Baeza 113
J. Phillips 105
G. Sanchez 110
C. Farnfer 115
H. Ruiz 103
S. Hernandez 115
0. Bravo 108
F. Sanchez 102x
7
8 Otorongo
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10th, Ra 4th Sris Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 Posiblemente
2 Joselito
8 Gazapo
4 Zarpazo
C. Farmer 112
H tfniz OR
B. Baeza 113
J, Ullpa lfS-
nY Rac "10" Nativs S Fgs.
1 Mayrita F. Justiniani lOOx
ir irtngo B. Baeza 5
8 identica E. Dario 108
4 San Vicente B. Aguirre 110

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Pool Clos( 1:00
Purs $450.00
THE DOUBLE
I '!
Rates best chance 3 2
showing improvement 8-1
Would surprise 10-1
Promising prospect 4-1
Excellent effort last 5-2
Disappointed in last 51
Jockey may decide 3-
-iLast -doesn't count 4-1
Purse $400 00
THE DOUBLE
..Pool Closes 1:30
-Not against these 10 1
-Early speed only 15-
Hard to beat here 3-2
-Form indicates EVEN
-Nothing recently 5-1
-Back in best from 4-1
-Doesn't seem likely 4-1
Pur m $375.00
TWO
Pool Closes 2:00
Last was poor 2-1
Rates good chance 2-1
Hopeless case 15-1
Form indicates 2-1
Usually disapponts 4-1

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7 Fas. Purse $375.00
QUIN1ELA

Pool Closes 2:30
Fractious, unpredictable
Nothing in ages -"Has
strong finish
Way down in class
Form indicates
Hut go lower
Early speed only
Quits badly in stretch
10-1
4-
2-1
5-2
2-1
25-1
10-1
10-1
4 Purs $500.00 Pool Closes 3:00
Could be runnerup 3
Enjoying good from 4-5
Seems next best 1-2
Excluded from betting XXXX
Purs $500.00
Pool Closes 3:140
THE DOUBLE
Never threatned last 31
Good early speed 8-1
Ready for payoff 5 2
Rider only handicap 2 1
Better this week 3 1
Mutuels favorite 8 5
Pool Closes 4:15
Returns from layoff 15-1
Early speed only 25-1
Distance to liking 4-1
Jockev may help 3-1
Not good enough, 25-1
WlU' fight it out 5 2
Seems best herp 3 ?
Early speedoniy 1 80-1
Could surprise 31
. Distance- to liking 3-
Pool CIoms 4:40
Early speed only 10-
Returns from sick bay 3-1
Nothing recently 1.V1
Would surprise 8-1
Fractious at times 2-1
Seems best here 4-5
Puri $400.00
TWO
Pool Clets 5:15
Jockey spells difference
Must go lower
Distance to liking
In hard fight here
Distance may help
Nothing recently
Vastly improved
Could take it all
3 2
10-1
3-1
2-1
10-1
J5-1
4-1
41
Purs $400.00 Pool Cless 5:40
Better this week
Vastly improved
Returns from layoff
Mutuels favorite
2-1
5-2
52
3-2
Purs $375.0
Pool Closes
Flopped in last 5-i
Usually disappoints EVEN
Hard to. beat here 7-5
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Willie Pep Meats

'This Ain't Your

By JIMMY BRESLIN ;
HARTFORD. Conn. (NEA) In
Boston, Hogan Bassey chased Wil
lie ep into a corner and threw a
right hand that made people at
upside close their eyes as it
smashed into the former feather featherweight
weight featherweight champion's face.
wuiie Papaleo, 36 years old.
went down in a frightening crash.
it was as it somebody had taken
an om cnair and smashed it a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a wall. As the referee start
ed to count, soft-eyed Bill Fore
already was on his way up the
stairs to pick up the fighter he
nas trained tor zi years.
Now. Lou Viscusi was talkine
about it in his room at the Hotel
Bond in Hartford. "Old guys,"
he was saying, "thev eo bad. But
old guys, young guys it'sa 11 the
same. When they get hit like that
you tell them, 'This ain't your
racket, kid.'
Viscuai has been Pep's manager
through a 230-bout career and he
had shuddered when Willie caueht
the punch. Now he was m a.Dir
oi Diue-sinped pajamas adn he
was getting ready for a good
night's rest because there was a
job ahead of him.
VISCUSI HAD TO GET Wiltio
out of the ring before the little
CUV foreot th nnnrh
1 ve got to be careful" Lou
mtise-l. "You're takinj a guy's
life away from him. You don't
hae to listen to me rrn ask anv.
body. This was one of the great-
e." ngniers we ever saw. But
what ran he HnT Hp's nvr h-,rt
a job in his life. You got to do
mis ngni. ii u ever comes to the
day he can't put his hand in his
pocket and come up with eno""''
to rrab a check I don't kno
what's going to happen.
"All hi life, it's been 'Willie,
hoe are you holdin'?' or 'Here,
Willie, take a couple hundred un un-til
til un-til you see Lou and get straight straightened.'
ened.' straightened.' Now that's over. There's
no more coming in. He'll get de-"""-ate
if he ever comes up emp empty."
ty." empty." in the second floor kitchen of
the bie framp hriusp at 1Q MnTCin.
ley Street, Willie Pep, wearing
sun glasses to hide a damaged
right eye, chattered through an
auer dinner cup ot coffee and a
cipr;
"I had a job once," he said.
"It was for a wallpaper joint. I
Was like the hnv arnniui
Veah I worked, Of course this
m in 1338, r think. Bufybu can't
ay,i never new a job."
"WILLIE," A GUY NAMED Ti Tiger
ger Tiger cut in, "had a business. He
had a saloon in Tampa."
'It wasn't a saloon," Willie
said. 'It was a class joint. You
know, one of them places with a
stage behind the bar. We got
Tommy Bazzano, you kuow him,
he used to fight around here.
He s behind the bar. Every nicht
at 10:30 the morning papers come
up with the race results.
'"So Tommy is on the first night
and he grabs for the paper to1 see
how he made out. He can't see
so good on the bar, wp "ot the
Iients turned down to ie peo people
ple people can see the dame dancing. So
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Racket

Tommy turns around and spraeds
the paper out on i the stage ana
here's the doll dancing and Txii-
mv readme the results- riBMKii i,!
der herfeet. The guy in with me
everybody laughed and (hen
Willie's face changed imcl "i.e'looR "i.e'looR-ed
ed "i.e'looR-ed at the cigar in his hand.
"I wanted to win that fight uo
bad," he said. "I'm five and a
half minutes away from a $100. $100.-000
000 $100.-000 title shot and it's gone. What
ani I going to do? I don't vnow.
Let me talk with Lou., Dotv't ask
me, pleasel:" y.... ttefflfy
"In my oplnionJ5 guytiM
Tony said, solemnly Wflie v is
best suitedUor a job at the race
track. He should have a couple of
horses adrt he should hustle bet betting
ting betting clients. You know, manipu manipulate."
late." manipulate." v I
PEP HAS BEEN through the
Army, Navy, an airplane crash,
has his fourth wife; And ti ring
career old-timers insits is equal
led only by Sugar Ray Robinson
in modern times. And nov, ni 3ti.
he has to start something .sit o o-ver
ver o-ver again and it is going to he
murder.
"Boxing," he says, "it's all' I
know.
The $400,000 taken in thrnii"hont
his career is gone. To fast mov

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me Bassey tight, rep nas gone
through better.
He now faces a life where you
can't double jab a business man.
Nor can you tie up a bill ccllec-
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ropes. Or hit the insurance man
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Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
1 Pocas Pilchas
2 Distingo
3 Pichoto
4 )usCaplitos
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information, and photographer
George Weber are working on an
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Resorts

FOSTER'S CottatM aad Li'eo
Beech House. Om mil past the
Casino. Phoae Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Occanslde Cottages
Santa Clara R. da P. Phena Pa-
Mma 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spand your weekends at Ria
Mar, tha bait beach in tha Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kindi of commo commo-ditiai,
ditiai, commo-ditiai, opan day and night. Tha
new management it at your serv service.
ice. service. Banquet Manager
Of Waldorf Faces
Tax Evasion Count
NEW YORK (UPD- Claudius
Charles Philippe, vice president
ana banquet manager of the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, was indicted
by a federal grand jury today. He
was charged with evading $88,706
in income tax on cash gifts and
kickbacks from the" hotel's suppli suppliers
ers suppliers of food and liquor.
Philippe, successrot to the late
"Oscar of the Waldorf," was
charged with making false state statements
ments statements to the Internal Revenue
Service and evading the taxes be between
tween between 1952 and 1955.
The indicting grand Jury said he
failed to declare $144,535 in gifts
and kickbacks during the three three-year
year three-year period. As head of the ho hotel's
tel's hotel's catering department Philippe
has a controlling voice in annual
purchases of about $3,500,000
worth of food and drink, U.S.
Atty. Arthur Christy said.
He said Philippe had reported
Income of $147,874. for the three
year period and paid $50,846 in
taxes on it. The indictment c'lar c'lar-es
es c'lar-es the income should have been
reported as $292,409 and the taxes
$139,552.
TIER'S
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Wfl3 H3' "WIS: M'lldiiUii
GUARDIA y CIA, S.A.
Justo Arosemena Ave.
Tel. 3-7225
TOUR FEET HDBTT
taincd Chiropodist will relieve
an? toot trouble, corns, eallont--ses,
Ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S
, Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
' Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAI
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-16G1
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
, only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
NEW!
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Apartments

FOR RENT: A three bedrooms
apartment; wifh twe baths, 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.
50.00 furnished apartments,
North American neighbors, yard,
parking frecuenrlyV transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, 2-3343 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Via Porras
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 entrance,
trance, entrance, light and rock gas. 1 1 4
Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: In new recent built
house, two bedroom, living din diningroom,
ingroom, diningroom, kitchen, laundry tubs,
hot water, balconies, garage and
other commodities, all indepen independent
dent independent apartment, $80. Via Belisa Belisario
rio Belisario Porras. Entrance to Carras Carras-qoilla,
qoilla, Carras-qoilla, beside old Eden Theatre.
Tel. 3-3547. Martin.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with all conveniences,
high in El Cangrejo, Edlficio Ca Capri.
pri. Capri. Calle F. Call: 3-7453.
FOR RENT: New apartments,
Transisthmian highway. One
bedroom, diningroom, kitchen,
bath, closers. Call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom aoar aoar-ment,
ment, aoar-ment, living, diningroom kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, independent service, to
bcacn front San Francisco de la
Caleta, Ave. 2a. No. 1, Tel. 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
kitchen, independent service.
San Francisco de la Caleta, Ave.
la. No. 43, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Modem two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, garage, hot
water, maid's quarter, 68th St.
El Cangrejo, Torosina Building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and gas in Vista
Hermosa, Tel. 3-3589.
Special Talk Set
For Sunday By
Jehovah Witnesses
Calling; It the message of the
hour, Jehovah's Witnesses to
day announced a aDecial talk t.n
oe given Sunday by their min
lsters throughout the world
I his lecture, "God's Klnedom
Rules Is the World's End
wear?" vwas first given bv the
presiaept or the Watch Tower
society, N. H. Knorr, before an
audience of 253,922 persons in
New York City on Aue. 3 dur
ing ine "Divine Will Intematlon.
ai Assembly" of Jehovah's Wit
nesses. A v.
.,. 'ijnis jpeecn, Which was ap ap-puded
puded ap-puded some 25 ttmes during
aJdVaiffWitness-
esv; :
This speech, -which was ap applauded
plauded applauded some 23 times during
its delivery, Is considered so
timely and important that it will
be given in some 38 different
places in Panama and the Canal
Zone ,as well as In nearly 17,000
other locations throughout the
yorld on Sunday.
For those living in Panama
City it will be given in English
at the new Watch Tower Build Building
ing Building in El Cangrejo at 7 p.m.. at
the P,ueblo Nuevo Klngdam Hall
nd Rid Abajo Kingdom Hall at
the same hour? Tor those of the
CanaL Zone-.it will be wiven in
Wirz Memorial Hall. Balboa, at
4 p.m. and at the Paraiso Civic
Center and in Gamboa.
Spokesmen for the group es estimated
timated estimated that thousands will
hear the lecture in Panama and
that the combined world at attendance
tendance attendance will run Into the mil millions.
lions. millions. The lecture is free and
there are .no flections. The
public is Invited. i

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PARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
PARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 60 Street No.
ATHIS Beside, the Bella Vista TOeatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 195.7 Chevrolet
station, 4-door, o passengers,
standard shift. Call Fort Kobbo,
5239.
FOR SALE: Lite new, Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 1957, Bel-Air. model V-8,
WW tires, two tone, automatic
transmission, 6.000 miles, can
be financed. 3-1710 mornings,
3-0868 afternoons.
FOR SALE: BARGAIN! STA STATION
TION STATION WAGON, MERCURY 1958
9 passengers, 4 doors, two tones.
6,500 miles. Tel. office 3-0030,
residence 3-7596.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1950,
four door sedan, R&H 350 Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 283.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buiek Super
convertible, new, Dynaflew, ex excellent
cellent excellent tires and top, radio and
heater. Price is right. Call 828 828-3409.
3409. 828-3409. FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac,
hardtop, Catalina coupe, fully
equipped and in new car condi condition,
tion, condition, want to sacrifice, for older
car, trade in. Call Balboa 2-2472.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super,
power steering, Dynaflow, radio,
wsw., owner driven. $1500.00,
$500.00 down. See at House Household
hold Household Exchange, 41 Automobile
Row.
Commission Probes
Charge Syrian Veep
Plotted For Iraq
CAIRO (UPI) A special com
mission today opened an official
investigation into charges that
Syrian Vice President Sabn el As
sail "plotted to unite Syria with
Iraq under the late King Faisal.
Assali, second ranking leader of
the United Arab Republic, arrived
Wednesday night from Damascus
for meetings with President Ga-
mal Abdel Nasser. They jconferrea
shortly after Assali's arrival.
Prior to meeting with Assali,
Nasser conferred with Abdel Ha-
mid Serrai, Syrian interior minis
ter in the union cabinet, and for
mer head of the Syrian military
intelligence.
There was no official announce
ment on the Nasser-Assali meet
ing. However, authoritative
sources reported that a special
committee was set up by the
U.A.R. presidential office to inves
tigate the charges against Assali.
Assali's alleged involvement in
a "conspiracy" to form a Syrian-
Iraqi union was reported Sunday
in the newspaper Al Akhbar. The
newspaper published purported
evidence of Assali's role in the
plan said to have been hatched
and financed by the former Iraqi
regime.
Haney to Start
Rush Tomorrow
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UPD
Bob Rush, a 32-year-old right
hander who never before has
played In the World Series, to
day was named to start Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's third game of the classic
for the Milwaukee Braves a-
galnst Don Larsen of the New
York Yankees.
Rush, who had a 10-6 record
this KPnsnn fame t.n r.ho T?ravs
last December from the Chicago
Cubs in exchange for pitcher
Taylor Phillips and catchers
Sam Taylor. The six-foot, three three-inch
inch three-inch fastballer spent most of his
career in the second division and
called his assignment for tomor
row "something I've been hoping
for all my life."
Milwaukee manager Fred Ha
ney was torn between Rush,
rookie Carlton Willey and left
hander Juan Pizarro for his
third-game starter, but finally
settled on the bespectacled ex ex-Cub
Cub ex-Cub because of his "greater ex
perience." This is Rush's 11th
major league season and, facing
Larsen, he will be in position
to put the Braves three games
up in the current Series.
YOU COLLECT LATER
LONDON (UPD Sign in an un undertaker's
dertaker's undertaker's window:
"Pay uow go later."
CALIDONIA

AGENTS OB OTJK OFT1CES ATS-37 "H

household EXCHANUE J. ice. ae la una Ave. ne. i ruxu uumi jusw Aresemtna Ave. and 33 St
S3 PARMACIA EL BATTJRRO Parqne Lefevre 7 Street a) PARMACIA "SAS" Via PORRAS 111 N0VE9ADE8

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Miscellaneous
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 tables, very
low prices. Also diningroom fur furniture,
niture, furniture, Westingheuse refrigera refrigerators,
tors, refrigerators, China closet, gas stove,
wardrobe, dresser, beds, chairs.
Other household articles. Apply
over the Chase Manhattan Bank
11th St. Bolivar Avanua Tel.
2J3 Colon.
FOR SALE: Fall dresses, suit,
coats, new and used, sise 13,15
short, shoes, sixe 5-B, pocket
book stories, trad or tell.
1504-A, Balboa.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18 foot runabout
and late 1956 Chevrolet, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, station wagon. A bargain
you can't miss. Tel. 3-7744.
Fiber glass your boat with BOAT
ARMOR, 44 inch cloth. $1.88
per yard. Resin, $7.80 gallon,
factory sealed. Guaranteed not to
run, go further and last longer,
easy to apply. ABERNATHY.
Now and used wood and fiber
.glass boats, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18
ft. Also largo stock outboard mo motors.
tors. motors. ABERNATHY.
One of the finest outboard cabin
crusiers ever offered for. sale in
Panama or the Canal Zono 21
foot fiberglasscd, fully equipped,
beautifully refinshed, 45 gallon
stainless steel gaa tank, two 35
h.p. Johnson 1958 motors, ex excellent
cellent excellent trailer, Actual' cost to
owner $4800, will Sacrifice for
$2800 cash. Worth seeing
whether you buy or not. ABER
NATHY.
US Construction
Hits New Peck
During September
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
government reported today that
construct'on in September set an another
other another record.
The Commerce and Labor de departments
partments departments estimated construction
work for the month at $4,835,000, $4,835,000,-OflO,
OflO, $4,835,000,-OflO, up 32 million dollars from
the previous monthly record re reported
ported reported for August.
For the first eight months of
1358 construction outlays amount amounted
ed amounted to f 36,367. 000.000. a sliffht in
crease from the comparable 1957
pace.-
The report noted its dollar es
timates are derived from past
contract awards, standard pro progress
gress progress patterns and assumed nor
mal seasonal variations. They do
not take account of extraneous
factors hat may affect construe
tion activitv such as strikes, bad
weather oir shortages of materials.
HIKE PLATE PRICES
GRANITE CITY, 111. (UPI) -Granite
City Steel Co. has an announced
nounced announced price increases on tin
plate in line with advances made
earlier by other steel companies
Kaiser Steel Corn, also said it will
boost tin mill products averaeine
3 per cent compared with S.5 per
cent rises by other firms. Both in
creases are effective Nov. 1.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE. Motorola 21" TV
set with 40" antenna, price
$125, phono NR 84-6147 Qrts.
No. 647-A, Kobbo.
FOR 5ALE: One wringer type
washing machine, 60 cycle, $15.
On mahogany bod, double,
with spring and foam rubber mat mattress,
tress, mattress, $50.00. 041 9-B, Vonado.
FOR SALE.-TV RCA 24" con console,
sole, console, very good condition, $185,
Phono Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: Diningroom tot
(Philippine Rattan), refrigerallr
( 8 foot ) , stove ( 4 burner and
oven), one wardrobe full-lenght
mirrors, one dressing table etc.
Apply Osorio, Avenida Manuel
Maria lease No. 5, downstairs,
near Raymond Clinic.
FOR SALE: Modem Simons
steel bedroom, suite, twin beds
with inner spring mattress, large
chest of drawer, vanity and bad
side table. $150.00. House 5292
Morrison St. Diablo.
FOR SALE : Refrigerator West West-inghouse,
inghouse, West-inghouse, all porcelain, now unit,
9 c.f., 60 cycle, $65.00. Double
bled, metal, (complete) inner,
spring .mattress, coil spring
$15.00; bureau $5.00, 602 An.
con Boulevard, 2-3659.
FOR SALE: 6 piece Rattan
bedroom set, phono Balboa' 2765
after 4 p.m. on Friday, all day
Saturday and Sunday.
FOR SALE: 7 piece Rattan liv liv-ingroom
ingroom liv-ingroom let, one mahogany dres dresser
ser dresser and stool, one mahogany
chest of drawer, two night tables,
one rocker, call 3-7839, 68th
Street No. 2, Apt. 4.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: 4-bodroent unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished house. Yard. Urgent. Call
2-5491 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:30"
p.m. i
WANTED; Used ear 1956
Model preferred. Call Panama
2-5491 from 7:00 a.m. ro 1:30
p.m.
Journalism Dean
Ed Barrett Will
Meet Newsmen Here
Edward W. Barrett, Dean of the
Graduate School of Journalism at
Columbia University, New York, a
former Assistant Secretary of
State and well known journalist,
will be In Panama from Oct. 27
to 29..
He will be returning to the Unit
ed States from the Inter-Americ
an Press Association meeting in
Buenos Aires.
Barrett has expressed a desire
to meet as many radio and news newspapermen
papermen newspapermen as possible during his
visit to Panma, and also students
and faculty of the university in
terested in journalism.
He is visiting several Latin Am
erican countries as part of a gen
eral program of studying the
press in relation to future Maria
Moors Cabot prizes in journalism
awarded by Columbia.
Barrett, former executive di director
rector director of "Newsweek," served
with distinction durlngt he war as
director of overseas operations of
the Office ef War Information,
making his headquarters in Al
siers. Nanles and Rome.
He succeeded Ambassador
Georee V. Allen as head of the
United States Information Agency

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Real Estate
FOR SALE. Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in tha Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across the Ramon
facetrackv All lota with etraat
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Can W. McBarnatt.
Tel. 3-2567.
WANTED
WANTED: AKC Bexar tud
fawn. Write box 915 Panama,
Tel. 2.1344. J
WANTED: Practice piano.
Phono 2-6386. Balboa, C.Z.
WANTED: American couple,
no children desires 3 bedroom
unfurnished apartment, El Can Can-grcja.
grcja. Can-grcja. Occupancy Nov. I, long
term. Box 1781. Balboa.
WANTED: 4x5 camera. Phone
84-4203 (Ft. Kobbo).
IKE PLAYS COLP
j WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower olavAd cnif Til a a-
day afternoon at Burning Tree'
vwuury wuD- in- neamy Maryland.
Of

Speller To Be Celebrated

WASHINGTON fUPn Tho T.t.
brary of Congress is celebrating
the 200th anniversary of the birth
of the nation's most famous spell spellerNoah
erNoah spellerNoah Webster.
Webster was born Oct. ifi. i7ia
By the time he died in 1843 the
pnrase "Webster says" ended any
argument over how to spell a
word in these United States.
He wrote the first edition rrf hi
spelling book in 1783. Bv 1890 .Am
esicans had bought 60 million con
ies of the book in its various edi
tions. (The U. S, population in
1890 wis 62,900,000.)
The Xibrarv of Conn-ess is mak.
ing its bow to the great speller
with a prominent dismay nf first
editions of his spelling 'booky ic-
uonanes ano related worksj; Even
a casual perusal shows .Wehsrw
offered Americans their nioney's
worm.
A 1790 second edition of the
speller added a Jong list of max maxims
ims maxims including:
'Hot love is soon cold."
"Give an inch and take an ell."
(about 5 inches.)
"When wine is in, wit Is out."
Then came Webster's "compehd-
9 Latin American
For CZ Honor Roll;
At the end of the third mark
ing period for the Canal"-Zone
Latin American Schools, the "A"
honor roll in the. Rainbow City
Junior High School was made by
three girls; 39 made the "B" hon honors
ors honors roll.
In the Rainbow City So lor
High School the 'A' roll' was made
by six students; 35 students made
the "B honor roll
Hortencia Rosemond Pauline
McFarlane and Melva Watson
made the Junior A -roll.
Those making the B roil were:
Grade 7
Roberto Anderson, Hermima
Bailey, Leroy Burton, Eunice
CUrk, Sheila Clarke, Antonio
Dun, Mocdie, Adriena Fagette,
Virgilio Gaona, Clara Hardy,
Georee Kire. Cvnthia Lewis. Luis
Lewis, Richard McFarlane, Ange Angela
la Angela McKinnon Rufina Rojas, Sylvia
Sewell. Cecil Springer, Cecil
Thompson and Felix T. Waisome.
Grade I
Elvira Brathwaite, Wendell Cow
ard, Diana Fale, Maria Gordon,
Winston McFarlane, Rodolfo Ottey
Zeleta Price, Mitzie Reid and Leo Leo-poldo
poldo Leo-poldo Welch.
Grade
Joscelyn Evering, Roland
Josephs, Jacqueline King, Soma
Mason Jose Moreno, Audrey Reid,
Veronica Rosemond, C a ril o s
Sobers. Arthur Trottman adn Earl
Watson.
The six on the A-iroll at the
High School were: Ronald Parker,
Annetee Cordoba, Arlene Dimons.
Lionel Fergus, Frank Watsonnand
Tyorne Hunter.
High school students on the B B-roll
roll B-roll were:
Grade 10
Justin Anglin, Kenneth Drayton,
Beverly Gordon, James Guerrero,
Famed Flier Leaves
Estate Tq Widows
And Eiaht Children
WASHINGTON (UPI) Gen.
Claire nhennault, loader of the
Flying Tigers who died July 27,
left an estate of $406,500, docu document
ment document on file in U. S. District
Court today showed;
.The wiil of the famed flier who
fought for China against Japan
before Pearl Harbor, allocated
half of $362,000 in securities in
the estate to Neil Thompson Chen
nault, the general's first wife, and
weir eli?nt children.
which included other personal
property and real estate, went to
Anna C'n Chennault, the gener
al'a second wife.

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Nation's Top
ious dictionary" In 1806 offering
more than 400 pates of words and
uennirions including:
"Silk the nroduefi nf snrnc
luxury-excess in eating, dress' or
pleasure: sex the distinction be between:
tween: between: male and female Cnn rl.
tails); rum ardent spirit." (Gin,
a popular beverage in certain
quarters of London, didn't get a
menuonj
Finally .Webster, in an apparent apparently
ly apparently more devil-may care mood
published his huge two volume
"American Dictionary" in 1828.
A16ng meiOs. expanded
definitions and 'many new words,
it Included -
t "Silk ine soft Jhrfid! frodueed
by the J 8 Met .calledahe silk silkworm.
worm. silkworm. f''f-;r"-' .''fr.i.,
"Luxury-Lanythiji? delightful to
the senses. '-
"Sex 'the distinctSoir. netween
male and female. The male sex is
usually characterized by muscu muscular
lar muscular strength, boldness and firm firmness.
ness. firmness. The female is characterized
by softness, sensibility and mod modesty."
esty." modesty."
"Rum (he gave a recipe for
making-.)"
, Gin still didn't get a fine.
Students Make A'
74 Get 'B' Mark
Thelma Johnson, .Melvyn Jones,';
Roberto K.in. Charles L o w ej
mujcb iuuir, oianey Myers, jonan-
na auarez and Glen Watson,
jGraeie 11; '.
Barbara Allevne. RaRnMn- -rl.
wards, Carlton Gittens, Gloria
Gordon, Pearl Griffith, Edwin
Josephs. Gertrude Lowe, Mabel
jjoDeni raargaret Smith, Joan
Warren, William Wood and Arthur
Smith. ;
Grade 12
renzo Holder, Lionel King, Ed-
far Lewis, Maurice McLean,
eryl .Marshall, Roger Pessoa
vjicuvuiB ocou, nicarao rnomp-
uu, ana- lauaeue weicn
Little League
10 Girls, 11 Boys
At least two babies were born
at Qorgas Hospital every day
during the week ending at mid midnight,
night, midnight, Sept. 29, with a total of
22 births for the whole period,
according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report. During this time. 189
patients were admitted and 197
were discharged. :
Parents of daughters are Mr.
and Mrs, I. Gordon, of Rio Aba-
Jo; Mr. and. Mrs. A. Bonilla, of
uamrjoa; Mr. ana Mrs. o. Ham Hamilton;
ilton; Hamilton; of Rio Abajo: -CS id Mrs.
Ek M. Bell, Radio Farfan; Mr.
and Mrs. N. Guarnieri, of Coco Coco-11;
11; Coco-11; Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. G. F.
Wise, of Albrookr Mr. and Mrs.
Pablo C. -Petit, of Rio Abajo:
Aic ana Mrs. o, a. varney, jr.,
of Rousseau; Dr. and Mrs. J. C
Wong, of Panama; SFC and Mrs,
p. A. Johnson of Ft. Kobbe.
': .. ..i.
' Parents of sons are Bgt ind
. - a .
Mrs., j.-a. ooraan, oi AiDroun;
SFC and Mrs. E. G. Sabin, of
Kobbe; Mr,, and Mrs. A. Agullar,
of Panama City: Mr. and Mrs.
A. Marshall, of Rio Abajo; SP4
and Mrs. p, H. Stovall, of Kob
be; Lt. Col. and Mrs. C. A. Doo Doo-ley,
ley, Doo-ley, of Albrookr Sgt. and Mrs. A.
Micelli, of Ft. Kobbe; SP5 and
Mri. J. C. ; Readlnger, of ,, Ft.
Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. F.O. A A-larcon,
larcon, A-larcon, of, Rio Abajo; Mr. and
Mrs. j. n. Brown, of parque Le Le-fevre;i
fevre;i Le-fevre;i Mr. and Mrs. H. O. A.
Bingley of Rio Abajo

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2-3436.
MAJOR LEAGUE'
Teams W L
Fuerza y Luz li u!
RC Ne Hi ii i
Seymour Agency 6 -'
Lucky Strike 5 7,
H. I. Homa 4Vi VA
Wynn Oilers f 4 it 1
Pan, Am lets t' 9
Pan Jmplarial mm
rueria y lik 4 H. I. Heme 9
With every kilowatt of F and T.
hitting 'Over 500.. and only juia tri
the-'.Ho.ma.'s lineup tells the story
of the Homa's Titers dropping all
four.1 The-F and L gang s pickun
of the .four markers, ran their
streak to twelve and left them the
only undefeated team after threa
weeks of howling.
F a L: Gleichman 560, Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez 537, Sullivan 504, Winquist 51,

riiuim.n oui. jnoma: itogers 4S4. if
C.mwaJJ.. j ft,! ,t a. IF

uuuiiGiucr not JLJiomas aui, narv
ers 4i. uaicer 490.
Royal Crown Ne Hi 4 -Pen
Am Jets 0
The R. C. Ne Hi soft -' rrw
pers had an easy timeji.iw.
Pan-Am Jets, and kent i :.am. f
hind the league leading squad.
neing only one point behind. Four
of the Np-Hi' went nv mn nit

only one Pan-Am Jet could' solve- J
1 II Tr 1" a ... k a '. n

uks macs, .ai naeiin oi ine iioyai
Crown Ne-Hi was his teams top
kegler with 545. and bis Me Lane
wim ae was tne only zooming let? :

RC Nehh Vescio 490, Kumpr 1

am, Alien ao4. ivaeun sst. coite't
545. Panama; Lane 564, Lowanrl?
4zy, voss 464, Jamison 481 Mela, i
son 485. t
Seymevr 3 Pan Jmnerlal 1
The Breadwinners nf tha, T.'
Imperial hroke into the win 4
lumn hv nHrintr i ftiin 19 nln

tory. In the mid stanza. Sevmry I S

Agency reversed the nrocedtb
by coming out on top by 14 pinf
ine mira ana last game was mm
close, but the policy writers wroft
it off on their side with a 21 pia
margm. uick soyster of Seymour'
blasted 546 and Imperial's Ed
Kunkel 563.

Seymour: Boyer 501. Hassler 50 F

Bates 419, Schmidt 536 and Soft
er 846. pan imnertal: Atbritton 481 1
Pruslnowski 466, La BeaT. 457.
Burgoon 521 and Kunkel 563.
Wynn "Oilers" 2 Lucky Strike 1
The Wynss won. walloninc i
laUCKy smKe Dy s ptns in tnt
opener. However the Lucky Strike
struck back and wrapped vo a
35 stick win. The Strikers contin continued
ued continued their success by taking j tha
last one' by 16 Bins1' but fell ihort
in recovering the first fame de
ficit and the teams split,, two a
pice. The two leadoff men put on
their own battle, when -Torse So
to outlasted Ray Dube 578 to- 576.1,
wynn: DuDe 576 .Hinely. 444.
Graham 574, Amato 411 and Ben
557. Luckv Strike; Soto 578.:Mor
row 438, Meteer,'M2, Luttenberg.
er 479, Dmian 498.
DON'T. PARK-; imSTDE.I':;
p.b-n-t.Pqr!'xHere:ll
pa, am -',"" n 2 :' l "t'-'
i.-adiilacs
la 111'-!-!
r,! vv iiriiiiiri
1ST. LOUIS (UPI) City auto

pr.-:.s warned ,1959- Cadillacs to
stay away today in newspaper mi-i
yvHisamanti here. :y"in I
"The. notice read: :)mblX
"Due to the current trend -.tfVj'-ward
ever longer and wider auto- A
mobiles and the adornment of ;
bumneri with daaa. wo Mcret tel.'.'

announce that we will not be able-'
to accept for parking eertata' of i' t j
the 1959 model automobiles.' Thai'1
firs'- of these will be all of tha f v
1959 Carjillacs :, ii
"If other makes exhibit similar P
characteristics, we will be obliged

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With Big Parade

TOKYO (UPI)-Communist Chi

na celebrated its ninth anniver

sary yesterday with a hug oa oa-rade
rade oa-rade of armed force and labor
battalions and a warning that it
intended to take the offshore Is.
lands, Formosa, and the Pesca Pescadores.
dores. Pescadores. f
Marshal Pemr Teh-huai. denutv

premier and defense minister.

proclaimed in yie jnam adres
in Peiping's Tien An Men Squr
that if the United Sta'es forced

war, the; Chinese would unite to
protect their "sacred soil.
iUdio Peiping warned that Chi China
na China had stopped taking a back seat
to the West. It annnnnrpH th

People's Republic was out to over- from 70 countries.

GLIDER CRASH KILLS MAN

WALLS, Miss. fUPIV A glider
crashed into the edge of a landing
strip near here Sunday killing Ed
Szczepenik, 35, Tullahoma, Tenn.
Dr. Joseph Battle, 40, a Memphis
dentist, was hospitalized with in injuries.
juries. injuries. NEW X-RAY UNIT SHOWN
WASHINGTON (UPI) A new
X-ray uni', which will permit doe doe-tors
tors doe-tors to examine the heart on a
large television screen, was dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated here today to the A, A,-merlcan
merlcan A,-merlcan Roentgen Ray Society.
lion iextyeaB.:' ,
t The big event of 'National Day"
was the four-hour parade in th
giant square before the Commu

nist chief of state, Mao Tse-tung,
and his assembled leaders and
1,000 official and pr'vate visitor!

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lumihum only six-mUli6nths of an inch thick. Yet it reflects
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latter refuting- roe a job was signed by the
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OUTW. TOTHE STARS (10) Loneliness
By Don Oakley and Ralph Lane
wo More Negro Pupils Eniei
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Sen oq I Sys t em

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(1) Few men so far have spent, any consider considerable
able considerable amount of time in what can be considered
space. On Aug. 20, 1957, one man, Air Force
Major David G. Simons rode a research balloon
to a record altitude of 102,000 feet. At that dis distance
tance distance 99 per cent of Earth's atmosphere was below
him. He experienced every situation a man in a
rocket satellite will have to face, except weight weightlessness
lessness weightlessness and the initial acceleration and high highspeed
speed highspeed re-entry.
(2) A camera inside the balloon capsule took
a picture like this of Major Simons. Upon landing
the major said that his most striking impression

was the feeling, of loneliness in an "unfriendly
realm." How much more so it will be for the
first pilot of an orbiting satellite.
(3) To see just how men will be able to live
and function inside the confines of a spaceship,
the Air Force has been simulating space voyages
for almost -four years at the School of Aviation
Medicine' at Randolph AFB, Tex., and also at
"Wright Air Development Center in Dayton, Ohio.
Above, at Dayton, a "ground crew" monitors a
mock-up spaceship, observing the effects of a five five-day
day five-day isolation test on the "passengers" inside.
(4) In the cramped interior of the cabin, con

ditions are made to approximate those that wiV
be met in actual space. Tests in, one-man chain
ers have also been conducted.
The first space "man" could be a woman, for at
least one member of the "weaker" sex has out
performed men in isolation tests at the Wright
Center. v; C
Achieving fame at Randolph Field school was
Airman Donald G. Farrell, who Successfully' com
pleted a seven-day "space flight" inside a capsule,
breathing an entirely synthetic atmosphere.. He
was, to all intents and purposes, alone in space.
Next: The Re-entry Problem.

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct 3 (UPJ) Tht Charlotte .chool board yesterday or
dered two more Negro pupil into the city's school system. One of the children, Na Nathaniel
thaniel Nathaniel Abraham, 12, will enter, the previously all-white Shamsock Garden school as
the first Negro pupil, .7
. The ether, Fannie Waterman, 15, will attend Central High School, 'one'.Neffrtf
i already in attendance there. 1 t
Florida Gov. Leroy Collins disclosed In Tallahassee he Is drafting nhe form of
a bill" to submit to Congress asking it to help ease the segregation crisis; Although
Collins said the bill was not yet readied,, it would ask Congress to form state com
missions appointed jointly by the governor and the President,, Jo-decide ,egrega
tion problems on an individual -state and community basis. t. : V t

Jerry Doyle, Wife, Little Girls try Pan American Highway

"We traveled the Pan American castenango

Highway when... will be the' and Lake

,1.

and Quezallenango,
Atitlan, well-known

'daughters of Mr. and Mars. G. A

Doyle, of Balboa, will speak of the
Vacation trip they took this sum summer.
mer. summer. Traveling with their parents,

Gwen, who is seven years old and

Slides in Guatemala sometimes
made the road impassable, but
road equipment and helpful natives
were usually available to give assistance.

From Huehuetenango, Guatema-

Claudia, 11, covered approx- la, to El Ocolal, Mexico, the Pan
imately 9,275 miles on their trip American Highway is still not

from Balboa to Canada literally
jSrom the Panama Canal to Sault
S'.e. Marie by way of the Pan
American Highway.
. Their story is carried in the

Panama Canal Review.
After driving the highway, Mr.
Doyle, who is Chief of the Archi Architectural
tectural Architectural Branch, feels that the
trip can be made family-style
wi h little difficulty if you have "a
spirit of adventure and at least a
fair knowledge of Spanish." Since
road signs are inadequate and
most people along the isolated
stretches speak no English, he
feels the ability to, speak the lan language
guage language is important.
The Doyles left by air for San
Joe, Costa Rica, June 12, hav having
ing having shipped their 1956 station
wagon the week before. No
special equipment other than
three extra tires was taken along
for the car as adequate service
stations are available all along I
the route.

From San Jose, they took a train
down to Puntarenas where they
ha to wait overnight for the car
to be unloaded from the ship. This
delav did not bother the girls who
spnt the day on the beach mak making
ing making friends with Costa Rican chil children.
dren. children. The road was generally good for
some time after they left Punta Puntarenas,
renas, Puntarenas, but as the Doyles ap

proached the Nicaraguan border

completed and to travel through

this section it was necessary to
take the old road.
From Tapacula to Tonals, Hex Hex-ico,
ico, Hex-ico, there is no road at all and

the car had to be shipped by
rail.

For this trip of 150 miles, the

station wagon was loaded on a flat

car. rjie, Jarnily was allowed to

siay in ne' car ior tie rwe wnicn
took ll hours as. (he 'train made
frequent stops at small towns
along the way. The children took
advantage of these opportunities
to get out the car and talk with
the Mexican children who gathered
along the track selling souvenirs,
puppies and parrots.
This was the only time during
the trip that they carried food
with them, the rest of the time
they ate at local restaurants.
Between Tonala and Tehuante Tehuante-pec,
pec, Tehuante-pec, the site of one of the early
Canal studies, they lost their way

Chamber Opera
Group To Be First
Here In Many Year?

ft" f "Js 4 mm

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A lawyer disclosed a lesal ma.

neuver vesteruKi Liiar hn.. t.uu

Gov. Orval Fauous a face-saving

way io ooey the U.S. Supreme
Court, anc1 reopen Little Rock's

mgn senccjs a ms pnvaie-icnoois-in-private
classrooms nlan fails.

The lawyer, Kenne.h Cotielt,
said be will appeal tq the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas Supreme Court, a chancery
(district f Illirt's-rpfllSal tn rnla nn

the consul utionali.y of the special

iaw unaer which Faubus closed

me scnoots.
Cofleil' wnnld nrit cav thof ha

trying to provide Faubus with a

isce-saving no khi if tha m.

preme Court of Arkansas, whose
integrity is unimpeacaable, oe oe-orees
orees oe-orees the law Unconstitutional, the

He pan throw im li! honito

he is powerless to keep the schools
closed and ivrhsnc

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uuKM consequences of simply
caving in and drdering; the schools
reopened. ,1
Faubus said the new plan is
not aa abortive attempt" to pro provide
vide provide a segregated education for
more than 3,000 Little Rock High

HOME FROM THE HIGHWAY After rolling through Central America, Mexico, the United
Stes and part of Canada, the carport of the Jerry Doyles home looked pretty good to the

For the first time in many due to lack of road sians and tra-

it narrowed into a single muddy years isthmians w u De g.vcn tie velod 100 miles on the wrong road
i.,n Th Mi i opportum ty to witness the per- before discovered their mistake.

lane. The Nicaraguan border was

reached on Sundr- which prompt

company when 'he lyric group of

i;" h"" : r It Chamber Opera arrives

customs.

T h e a l,e r this

The same thing occured in Mex-

at the National

mon h

Comprised o( singers who have

lco when the Dovles aean found scored individual successe at La

tii-mselves at the border rn Son- Scala Theater- in Milan, Italy, the
d-'v hut this time the fee was $30. group, which is subsidized by the
S"'"r than pav this much thevil'al'an government, is under the
t-' the officials they would wait conducter Cesare Brera.
unj'l the next day so af er much Jn addition to having excellent

r'scussion, the fee was lowered to voices ana training, singers who

$6.

They spent IHtle t'me in Nica Nicaragua
ragua Nicaragua bwt took a i47-milp trip
the highwav to Tepucipalpa,
Honduras whre ev -a'pd
evernight, leaving the next day
for San Salvador, capital of El
Salvador.

are enlisted in he Chamber Opera

iv" nossess proper diction,
voices which are acceptable in all
registers and exceptional dramat dramatic
ic dramatic ability.

I The local performances by this
I group will be staged by Espec Espec-taculos
taculos Espec-taculos Lugra of Panama and Con
i.'r.Y-t.L Twiki..l r a:

ci c.i.j. At u "'n niucii i ui Duriius Aires
El Salvador proved to have. the. under the sponsorship of 'he Fine
W.M pnavpH hihlad tW'th, W Art Dwrtraents and the Italian
lanes of paved hiehway stretching! Embassy.

irom ooraer 10 ooraer. From San The National

naivaaor, one nay 5 travel Drought
them to Guatemala Citv and from

here they took the highland route
ir'i the Mavnn pountr" whrp thev

Visited the Indian towns of Chichi- of the National Theater

Symphony Or-

ches ra will provide the ac ac-comDaninent
comDaninent ac-comDaninent for all three or the
prfun'5 nei-formaprp", wh;oh will
cVpH''- with "he 50th anniversary

re discovered; their mistake.

Stnct his bobby is archeology.

Doyle found Mexico particulary
interesting and took several side
trips to pre-Columbian cities.
Although both Gwen and Claudia

are interested in archeology, their
father took them to so many

museums and excavation sites
that interest began to fade and
one morning when they heard the

nay s itinerary, one of them sigh

ed and said, "Do we have to go to

look at some more old pots?"

When they reached San Juan

Tcotihuacan, however, and the

children saw the Pyramid of the

Sun, the largest of the pre-Colum

bian monuments, their interest

picked up and they, were very
proud when they succeeded in

making the strenuous climb to the
top.

Air-conditioned motels with

swimming pools similar to those

in the United States began to ap

pear as soon as they reached
Oaxaca, Mexico, and more tourist
were in evidence.
From the time they left San
Jose until they arrived at the
Mexican border, they had en en-countered
countered en-countered only one traveller
from the United States.
After entering the United States
at Brownsville, Texas, they drove
on to Michigan where they spent
three weeks visiting relatives be before
fore before crossing into Canada at,,the
Sault Ste. Marie Canal. From1 Ca Canada
nada Canada they drove on to Washington,
D. C, by way of Niagara Falls.
They .returned to the Canal
Zone, Sept. 3 abord the hurricane hurricane-delayed
delayed hurricane-delayed Panama Liner Cristobal,
after having traveled about 11,275
miles, 8,500 by automobile, 550 by

plane, 225 by train, and 2,000 by
ship.

The Doyles feel that the expe experience
rience experience of traveling the Pan Amer

ican Highway and actually seeng
the interior of these Latin Amer

ican countries outweighs any of

me ojsaavantages such as occa occasionally
sionally occasionally fording a stream where
there is no bridge or having to

tow me car out ot a muddy stretch
of road. r

They both feel also that Claudia

and Gwen have a better under

standing of the people 'and the
geography of Central America as
a result of the trip, and although

they still can't spell Chichicaste-

nango or quezaltenango, they are
no longer merely strange unpro-

nounceaoie woras on a map.

RP Jury Finds
C. E. Roman Did

Not Try Homicide

A Panama iiirn

found Carlos Ernesto Roman

v,use not guilty of attempted
homicide on four people in La

viiaoquuia, l
The incident out of which the
case developed

. - 4 ""vuiivy nunc
24, 1956. when Phnsp in o

tremely drunken state, threaten-

, women ana a man with
a knife. There were1 no serious
injuries to any of the people '

A Jury of six mtn

women, after ripiihrotiTitt fK

50, minutes yesterday, fpund the

ucienaani not guilty.

threatened were listed as Leon Leon-tina
tina Leon-tina Abrego de Abega, Jeronimo
Baeza. Jr. Xinmnrn rl,,D oj

' vtivjfl nuu
Julia Marcuscano.
Francisco Alvarado, Jr. was
prosecutor, an Jose U Faun Faun-des
des Faun-des handled the defense.

School students. This is their fifth
week withou school.
Dr. T. J. Raney,' president of
the- Llitls Riwlr PirUata Hohnnl

Corporation, relused yesterday to

say wnai Toiai contribution to the
new pr'vatp school plan are. ,'
If the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court
of Appeals next Monday makes
permanent a restraining order for forbidding
bidding forbidding tne Little Rock School
Board to turn the school buildings
over to the corporation, he plans
to put the plan into effect.

.essentially, n is to use retired

muiAnmiH..t. : ff

- -r "ui dujci visor jn
the '-audit branch of the U.S. Inter,
nal Revenue Service, said -contri.
buttons to public schools are dt.
ducUble but the IRS will have to
look into,- the private school plan

r5 A PePartnent of JusUct

jicuic.eu iduure ior tne private private-school
school private-school jn private v classroomi
Dlan. Nil haA kink

J 7t "-f "SHi icgaj source
ln e stale administration.

w uunoar Ogden Jr..
ttJu Hf J3"?1 Presbyteriail

and volunteer teachers to. teachibody of his church decided last
Classes in rhiiwh.c h.n. niohf. th. ... Sl

" io -" any person- Of Sn
and homes on funds raised by race whatsoever" who turhrnD t

scriphon. 4 any so-t f serrfinrf i n0Ul

Mrs. Juanita Morgan, wid-f He sad three other PresbvtVf Ian
Owed nu'se W th n fnnr-vpar M J phrir.hoe ...iL.Tji .,S(l'ItrU'

iite vesieraay in an anteroom off

iF.- naneys wai'mg room. She
said she is -a volunteer,
' Mrs. Moriran renrvrteH thaf h

is petting 0t t of telenhone

caus- irom persons willing to
teach anvthinc frnm

W to flilA nrt

She; said she has had no calls

Iney are undM onntra

Little Roc school board and also

unaer :ne tigh'h Circuit Court's

restraining oraer.
There wpr nim talAMvnw.

Pledging amounts from

muu jown une man nledged $25

im sam i e woma pledge more if
assured he am dAdunf u irn i;.

"ituine lax.

W. German Consul

Returned From NY

For Alleged Slur

"ans Von Saucken, West Ger

man consular official suspended
from, his post In New York after
allegedly makinc an ,onH.;om;H

remark, arrived here yesterday.

vun aaucnen, 01 ne legal divi division
sion division of the West German consu consulate
late consulate in New York.-was reported to
have called Max Beer, United Na Nations
tions Nations correspondent for Swiss

newspaper, a "dirty Jew;"
In Bonn, it was announced offi officially
cially officially that Beer, a naturalized
America eitWen hud

meaai which he had received
from the West German govern

ment. .,

1 The t'fpqhvtiwlo nn '..

outgrowth -of a minor uproar t
f "iasj" Heights Me'hodist Church
nriiU"day wn' a "Mto
brought in a Negro woman. Th
minister charged that she did, it
to pite him for preaching an la.
tefrration sermon. ; ".
The -case that Coffelt 'iplans ts
take to the Arkansas Suprema
Court invnivac .: iivT

Mrs. Gertie Garrett, wife of a
fireman. Fubus has denied hav.
uig anything to do with the- suit.
She Manru) tk.t :L. ': .-i..

closing law is unconstitutional be
cause it yolates the 14th article
of the state constitution, which di.'
Ich 1 to-provide pubUe

Meanwhile fudant.

tegrated New Orleans branch col.
lege of Louisiana State University
were greeted yesterday by 'sign
on buildings reading: "Nigger."
"KKK" and 'Mau Mau..

The ripii were,. 1 apparently
placed on the building during th

The airnr-wMW rh-J,2'' ''-

series of .incidents,, at thi college
since it opened its academic doorl ;
this fall. f :

Sixtv-nine "Mpprn ctndsnf.

enrolled at XSUNO under federal
court injunction.. One of the Ne
groes was expelled when a six
inch sneaih lfnifo nraa tntinA i

. .VMI1U ,V 1
Ms possession. .; 1

uean Homer Hitt, reluctant to
. alk nf (hp eionc ; tlilt m-nan n.l.t

v.0..u. f.1 VCII pailJ::V
was annlirrt tn th htitl1intr Jn..

ing the night by unknown per
sons sometime after midnight. Ho
said Tiers wef' "aboqt half .a
dozen" vn nn virinni nn111itir

in letters about 18 inches high.

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This weather report for the 24
hours ending $a.m. today is
prrnared by the Meteorological

and Hvrtrorraohfc Branch of the

Panama Canal Company:
Balboa CrlstAbal

TEMPERATURE:
Hlirh
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HUMIDITY:
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86
74

g
70

88
78

92
69

WIND:
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RAIN (inches)

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WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) (3
BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, OCT. 4

14

Hi(rh
7:13 a.m.
7:40 p.m.

Low
1:19 a.m.
1:43 p.m.

The
Judge's Bench

Trespassing at the U.S." Army
Curundu dump at.'Albrook netted
Ofelino Ballestro, 35, Panamanian
a IS day jail sentence

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DO YOU REMEMBER JACK GOLINA?

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f. Wnwwwt-tahfBtHoriil Pidun Hirrini i :1'
) JOHN GAVIN LILO PULVER

JOCK MAH0KEY- DON DtFOK KEENAN WYNnl

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The handsome Jack Gono who during the last war was stationed
in the Canil Zbne, as aide-de-camp of one of ihe commanding officers
in the Pacific area, is the same person who stars in the picture A TIME
70 LOVE AND A TIME TO DIE under the name of JOHN GAVIN.
. We wish to remind his many friends in the Canal Zone that Jack
Golina, the ex-soldier, is now JOHN GAVIN, principal actor in "A TIME
TO LOVE AND A TIME TO DIE" which is being released today at the
Central Theatre. V V 1

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