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-f'". .. ,t PANAMA, R, P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1958.
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liiimi fliiiiiiiioooiiifiOiiiiiiriiiiniiwiiiiimiinoiiiiiiinmimiiiifiWT i in i '""n '",a
a.drp mistered. Thera wer graf fears.
Lia, assistant Vatican pro-secretary or
he Popt't "eeneral condition" showed a
added.. '::. 'i ;,:
Pius XII, in th wintef of his
or stroke, early today, Sand the
orts that Ex-
the last rites
said tliat 15x 15x-d
d 15x-d Holy Com-
nistered "as a
the "last an-
and the p ray-
of the Pope's
Contracts To Six
Contracts were awarded by the
US Air Force to Panama
companies during Septebmer a, a,-mounting
mounting a,-mounting to slightly: under $218;
000 according to Capt. Burvett B,
Sewill, contracting otacer lor ai
brook Air Force Base,
The contracts awarded to low
bidders were for painting, electri
cal work, construction ana resur resurfacing,
facing, resurfacing, educational services and in installation
stallation installation of tile flooring. The con contracts
tracts contracts were in amounts ranging
from $1,190 to $1490 to $192,652.
TWO YOUTHS are4 escorted Into Balboa Magistrates Court today
by Detective Lt. Harvey Rhyne to face charges the Panami stu student
dent student conflict. On the right, with his hand over his
bastian Cesar Augusto Villa, 21, Panaman an, who is i charged
with assault with a deadly weapon fo lowing the shoot ng .to
Ancon on Saturday of a National, Gutrdsman. Cm-toe left to
qenh Henrv Plcans, Jr., 18, who allegedly smuggled into the
ffiSa rSitK6hotunVhich stole irom a Canal Zone
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CZ Judge Sets $10 000 Bail
In Ancon Cop-Shooting Case,
The parents of Panama's high school students were getting them back to school
today. Six high schools in the Interior were due to open as the parents gave the re required
quired required assurance that at least 50 per cent of the students would attend. Parent
groups of three Panama City public high schools are to meet tonight in an effort t0s
give such assurances.
Only the National Institute, the nation's biggest high school and center of stu student
dent student defiance of the government, remains without visible effort b reopen. About
150 students, including many from the Panama University, have locked themselves
in, proclaiming they will never emerge alive till the government meets their demands.
Meanwhile in Balboa Magistrate's Court, Judge John E. Deming set $10,000 bail
for Sebastian Cesar Augusto Villa, 21, unemployed, who appeared on a charge df as
sault with a deadly weapon.
He was allegedly involved in Saturday night's running qunbattle which National
Guardsman Teofilo Villarreal, which extended into the Canal Zone. Deming told Villa
that for the crime with which he is charged the maximum penalty is 10 years in the
penitentiary, or a fine of $5000, or both.
Villareal, who was picked up near the old Ancon commissary with four bulled
wounds, if gravely ill in Gorgas Hospital.
Asking for a continuance of Villa's case, Canal Zone detective Lt. Harvey Rhyns
told Deming: "We (the police) need as much time as possible because the victim is
on the seriously ill list At Gorgas Hospital, and there Is tome doubt about his re-.
The students holed up in the Natienal Institute yesterday spurned the pleas of
their parents and professors to abandon this defiance of the gOvertlmentand Under-.
.fhe leadefirof tfis'sttfy
May centered on the National Institute.
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on the pro-
Ivill h limited
Fund top of-
. Potter, pres-
E. Mott. USN,
th will speak
Fund to set
he 1958 cam-
e made aboard
pter will be as
b will be In Pa-
to 9:40 a.m., 1
s -will entertain
kwill-,.Y present a
stop will be
:55 to 10:10,
r'pe program to
eater show will
2 p.m.. where
m will be pre-
at the Balboa
from 4:45 to 6
e la.r srest 'possi-
es and their
kill begin at
e hours a pa-
i the cameras
ms, as) a finale J
of the drive.
rogram is part
of the 1958
lirive ,' under Its
h la. Steers, Jr.,
PLEA FOR FEACE Mrs. Araminta Miiez, mother of student leader Carlos Niifiez (second from
left) pleads with the students at me wauonat iuuwk w m Vc.",,
dlniE of blood. Listening unconcernedly are (1. to r.) Etfuardo Berbey, Nunez, Victor D'Anello
and Anares uanuno, seciewifjr Kcllclttl
take to discuss the. points s4wwMany p arentsirhtr plewtfrHjir cfvr&en;
'h etriki, plainfy feired a repetition of the broodsHed which li
'Saturdar night, shortly before
Villareal ; was shot, Education
Minister Carlos Sucre ordered
all public high schdols in the
country closed uu parents or xne
students gave the 50 percent
This was xne governmerji s
counter to the Panama Students
Federation's call for a general
strike in support of the students'
demands against the government.
Water and power were cut off
from the hold-out National Ins Institute
titute Institute yesterday, but have since
All approaches to the instV
tute are barred by Panama
National Guardsmen, who acr
cording to the holdout stu students
dents students are not letting food in.
The students are down to a a-bout
bout a-bout three sacks of potatoes,
according to one report.
Though equipped with rifles,
the guardsmen are not In battle
dress as during last May's street
Some students who apparent apparently
ly apparently left the Institute and bought
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some food today attempted to
pitch the supplies over the back
gate of the Institute from the
security of the Canal Zone side
of the Fourth of July Avenue.
Canal Zone police broke up
this blockade running operation
after only a few cans had clear clear-ed
ed clear-ed the gate.
A number of Villa's relatives
were in the crowded Balboa
court during the brief appear appearance
ance appearance when the youth's case was
Villa looked pale and drawn.
He stood with his hands clasp clasped
ed clasped behind his back as the
Judge explained that he had a
right to hire a lawyer belong belonging
ing belonging to the Canal Zone Bar As Association.
sociation. Association. He was given a list
of the lawyers available and
was allowed to consult with
his father at the side of the
Villarreal was hit by four .45
caliber ballets one of which graz
ed off a pencil flashlight in his
pocket P(". grazed his heart. The
other bullets struck him in the ab abdomen.
domen. abdomen. I"? and ankle.
The sbootmc took place neair the
old Ancon commissary building at
about midnJght on Saturday when
the guardsman chased some men,
of whom Villa was one over the
border from Panama City.
Canal Zone Ponce were alerted
and three r.ffkers. Set. Lewis Par
ker, and policemen Freedman hoi hoi-lowell
lowell hoi-lowell and Pershell Dempsey ran
af er the mn being chased by the j,,..
Thtn rapid burtt of gun gunfire
fire gunfire rang out and th guards guardsman
man guardsman dropped while Barker ra radioed
dioed radioed for Gorgas ambulance,
the ether two policemen chased
the fugitive. Hollowel captured
Villi. The ether two escaped.
' One of the others was later cap captured
tured captured In Ftmima and was identi
fied ns Francisco Becerra, a non
gled it into the National "Institute
also' appeared beiors Deming. to today
day today charged with unlawfully enU
ering House No. 771-C Balboa wit
intent to commit a felony.
His case was continued until 1U
er today tor him to obtain a lawy.
er and he was kept in jail? with
hail cot si .inn
Deming explained to him that $ a I,
was not tor the Magistrates Court L I
t. determine his guilt, but only
to discover whether there was a
case lo answer. No evidence was
Picans, a former Balboa High
School -student and now unemploy unemployed,
ed, unemployed, was in the National Institute
when it was cordoned off by the
police on f riday. ?.
He leu the institute and, went
into the Canal Zone where he is
alleged to have broken into the
house of a friend Edward Rigby
he knetv possessed a shotgun. He
appareii.iy took the gun, a 1J
gauge Winchester, and re-entered
Canal Zone detectives discover
ed his identity and went- te
his father who agreed to"" try
and deliver the boy to mint
The father went to the Insti Insti-tuto,
tuto, Insti-tuto, entering by the front door
and brought his son out. -;
Canal Zone Police asked the
boy to return the shotgun. K to
mem. He went back into the In Institute
stitute Institute and a few minues later
climbed back over a wall into, the
Canal Zone with the gun '"and
handed it to waiting Canal Zone
It is reported that he toldd
tectives that others in tne
k...ue hao guns and he want wanted
ed wanted one too.
Grade scirools were in normal
operation today in Panama.
The situation all over the city
was normal, except in the vici vicinity
nity vicinity of the National Institute
where ell traffic was being ui-
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that tho threp men nccordinif to i cre were stoPPecl and question question-sutem
sutem question-sutem nfmTbyTcS hsajj n, "'SStfT & reTT
stolen a sation wagon at knife .".h- rnt1tf.ti ""
point and wilh it intended to car- round the Institute.
ry out a pif.n for spring lire to a
Centril Avenue sto
Their clnn went wrone. howev
er, and returned to the National
Word from the students in the
RECTOR URGES LEAVING INSTITUTE Prof Ismael Garcia, rector Of the National Institute, urges students to leave the Insti Institute
tute Institute building. Addressing himself to student leader Andres Cantillo, Garcia pleaded, "avoid pipre bloodshed, you are father and
you have lour children.'' cantillo replied, "Not four, air, I have six children"
Institute bul on finding National
Guard cars stationed round the
Institute backed the sta'ion wagon
in'o a lamp post in panic and a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned it. One person was injur injured
ed injured bv the station "on '''r:n(
i. One.peron was injured by the
station wa?on during this He was
Fedenco W!lliams, 40.
. Villarreal geve chase as they
fled from the crashed station wa
Beorra a former member of
the Natienel Guard, was arrest arrested
ed arrested about an hour after the shoot-
ln. H t'l bee" .h-e '"h"
his clothing and was returning
te the Natienal Institute when
he was caugl
An 18-yir-old Panama City
youth wi'h Cuban nationality, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Henrv Picans, Jr. who is al alleged
leged alleged in have s'olen a shotgun
from a house In Balboa and smug-
in me ouhuuig uiuil
the government revokes the de decree
cree decree ordering the closing of
In addition te closing the:
schools, the decres else regu regulates
lates regulates the operation of student
erganiiations, limiting their ac activities
tivities activities to sports, cultural er ci civic
vic civic activities.
Student Federaton leader E E-duardo
duardo E-duardo Berbey said the students
have sworn that they will remain
in the institute until they die, "if
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Carlos Arellano Lennox, presii
Ident of the University Students;,
Union, Issued communique te te-dy
dy te-dy calling en businessmen an
government employes te support
the federation's indefinite strike,
which the university students
have now apparently eined...J
THg PwAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSP APEX
MONDAY, OCTOBER $, JJ5t
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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this is rout forum thi madehs own column
The Mail ImIih aaaa fw.ni fet raaara at The 'aiuma Amartcaa
lenar are ncmv. gratefully aa ara kaarfM mi a whallv caatieaatial
fH cantrtante a lattar tfaa't aa Imaatiafrf tmtm't appear rha
. i i i
t Mtran ara juDiMaae la taa waar racam
-aw tn ta kaaa the lattart limttta ra aaa aa tana".
Idantrry at tartar writtrt n M4 ia ttrictaat aaalidtaca
Tail aawipaaa' auumti aa raipantibilitv at atatamanti ar aliii
expreuad in lartara treat readara.
7 HE MAIL BOX
-'what. Is hannenlne in Paraiso Commissary? Is there a Lit
tle Rock siuation? Or -is It the Single Wage preview?
PRAISE FOR TEACHERS
'p-.aiMn.- that, the Mail Box Is famous for Its gripes, I must
apologize for deviating from that trend.
I would like to compliment the Canal Zone government for
extending the recent District of Columbia wage hike to local
teachers Nobody can justly affirm that this group is undeserv undeserving
ing undeserving of such consideration. I understand from these noble ser servants
vants servants of humanity that their, work is always going on They
work far into the night in order to have their work well pre prepared.
pared. prepared. (Incidentally, they get no overtime compensation for
fi.. v,.,, viov- tn atmo-cie with Droblem children, most or
whom possess two problem parents. They sometimes have to be
thinking of Johnny, while in bed or on a picnic, and devising
some way to reach him for Johnny's and society s benefit. Some
recent magazine articles show that the present educational
philosophy manes tneir wonc naraer m many iy.
I think the Canal Zone administration has done well in
giving this raise to its truly devoted servants. May the Canal
Zone teachers be motivated and encouraged to greater heights
by the liberal show of appreciation Dy a gravejui guvemmem,
representing a grateful people. .ch
THIS IS TOO STATESIDE
't that this letter should have been addressed to the
managers of the Kobbe and Corozal Army Commissaries, but I
figure if I send it to you, it will get read not only by those two,
but also by enough others to make an impression.
The managers of these commissaries have done their best
to make the army's groceries as much as possible like a super-niarket-away-from-home.
The shiny new check-out counters,
frozen food displays and a grand variety of packaged goods
could be transplanted into any Stateside .community without
In fact (here's the pitch), these commissaries are so much
like any Sam's Corner Market that the meat is neatly packaged
in little cardboard trays with sanitary and sometimes leak-prodf
plastic. The wise shopper in Sam's place knows she may find
under the lean porkchops a hopeless sl', of fat and bone. So
she figures, oh -well, Sam has to make his profits somewhere.
But I ask you, dbes the military have to take the same at attitude?
titude? attitude? I personally feel that I have been betrayed by my own
kind when I discover this trickery. I think most homemakers
,ui nritvi .a that, it i better to nav a few more cents a
,n,m(A. nn9ntv than nri nr with a still-hunirrv family and court removes Jim Hrtfa. and
uuuuu iwi M "J i til -f ----- " It i u.. K-IJ-r t
,.nforf An it is the bfi.:e' of
If the commissary managers deny charges that the bad is
concealed under the good meats tnen 1 mk mem wny r,ne hues
By VICTOR RIESEL
I have just spoken to Dave
Beck tiie lormer, cerlainly not
... .-rt'oein, oui perhaps Ule su suture
ture suture prt'sidenl of the Teams.eri
BroJierbood I called Mr. Beck
after the angry Teamster moui moui-lhj
lhj moui-lhj aAf J StiuLdi court to
remove Jim Uoffa, who must hav
n'.Lice'. vvu.i riouuiUi.
If the courts remove Hoff a,
ILj luust ut-ciare, lue last 'ledm-
ster crvtntion illegal, if they
do, when little Gentleman jiui
noids omce illegally under an 1-
legal cons'i'ulion which was a-
dopied tha: illegal convention.
This might reinstate the old con
stitution end o ficers. And i is
the considered opinion of several
prom.en Wdsmng.on attorneys
that i powerful argument can be
made for Dave Beck return to
Dave Beik. Ihey say, was the
last legaiiv ejected Teamsier pres president
ident president -at he Los Angeles Conven
tion n 1352.
Under Article Six, Sec. 2a, tht
old constitution says that the pres
ident hs too "au hority to inter interpret
pret interpret the Consilu ion and laws of
the International Union and to de decide
cide decide on all questions of law there thereunder
under thereunder I asked beck about this. He a-
greed tnt ihe interpretation was
correc:. Under the old document
the presirten: could rule that the
old officers were still in power.
Beck, sof'ei spoken now blended
wistfullness with an undragon like
reluctance He would no' com comment
ment comment firther on the throbbing
Bro'heri.ood he led one in quiet quieter
er quieter times.
Beclc did say that he was doing
well '.n he real estate field. Only
once J d he machine-gun it out
like the old Beck. Not one, he
asserted, in all the past months
and investigations had his name
been linked with gangsterism."
And there was not "one iota of
evidence that he had ever run
with ii mobs, he insis'ed.
From other sources there came
word tha. Beck would like to sten
back into the presidency tempor
arily, hp would want to out the
Teamsters back on the road and
then rc'uin to some executive
suite m i business man watch watching
ing watching the world go by.
W'07i Of lh S O. 'pnrv 4u;:st to,
the Beck saga is flaring like fire
hro"','i n -'ni"" i-"n!n" -id
dyeing store. The thousands of lo
cal Teamster officials are between
Scylla and Chary.bdis and I'm not
at libe-tv row fo tell you what
locals they are in. If. th Fedral
f 3 If
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Walter Winchell In New York
are so long at theiWlnaowiK where meat are cut to order? P
STUDENTS' PLACE IN COMMUNITY
' Tn view of the intransigent attitude of the students, what
ever action that may be taken by President de la Guardia to
nut an enrt to the critical situation will be more than justified
if it is successful. Regardless of how drastic the action might
be. it is the opinion of all weli-thinicing individuals tnai me
time has come to put a stop to the idea that the students are
the "moral force" of the Republic and that they are the ones
who can tell the government how the country should be run
and who shduld hold what office, etc.
The fact that several people died last May is regrettable,
and something that Panamanians will not forget in a long
However, although the deaths could be attributed in part
to faulty reasoning by the administration, the full blame rests
squarely on the shoulders of the student leaders who have no
right to 'directing tneir aciivixies lowaras mings poiiucai unoer
the guise cf complying with tneir civic amy.
I onlv hone that no more deaths result from the present
conflct, but I am firmly convinced that the time has come for
the government to take drastic action to put tnose conceited
student leaders in their places once and for all.
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WOOL ARCYLES Playing a joke on city slicker visitors to
the Wisconsin Stat Fair at Milwaukee, farmer William McKen McKen-row
row McKen-row paints a colorful Argyle plaid pattern on his Shropshire
ewe lamb. He says one in ten visitors fall for the gag. Mayba
they think that'! how Argylerpatterned socks grow.
some that this
may be imminent 'he Teams'ers
will be run e;her by a ceurt ap
pointed receiver or Dave Beck.
Talk to thr boys and you ll f no
ey wonld' prefer Beck. With Hof-
out Bck m'trht n nb'f to eet
them back in o the AFL-CIO. they
feel. Fur kermore. even some of
Hoffa's shfe.M-crrlers cros the
country arf.' taking tht possi possibility
bility possibility .-. a personal insult.
Tell you whv. All the Other
Teamster presifVn's meaning
Dan Tobin nve Beck had
let the wor!o"s hissest union run
like a series of baronie. Today
Hoffa and hi aidps. wib execu executive
tive executive vr pre'if'pnt HarMd n'bbons
as pri:tie nvnUter, are wh'po'nt;
the un'on into a centralized gov government.
ernment. government. The Tparir,e- across 'he land
will rally to Ho'fa while he's un under
der under tha Klieg l'gh's. But they
their own terr'"res. However.
Hoa's obnr call for 'oueh cen central
tral central author!' over all locals and
No' only that. Ho'fa olan tn He
the Teamster to Har-v Br'dses'
left-win-1 Tecific Coas' Lon?sWe Lon?sWe-men's
men's Lon?sWe-men's Union, the oued New
Vork longshoremen and the N N-fional
fional N-fional Maritime union in a coali coalition
tion coalition which is bou"d to br'"g rd rd-eral
eral rd-eral restraining law and keen
he Teamos in hurricane of pu pu-bl'citv
bl'citv pu-bl'citv for years.
Beck, r, pne of Ms old vice-
w.aett)tf ' 1 n rA
French rres'dent e'd fcnv lo's
of panrply but lit'Ie real power.
And things would be quiet for
When the seed-bearing pods
of the Para rubber tree ripen, i
they crack open with a loud'
noise. They open with such!
force that the seeds are some-1
times thrown 100 feet away
from the tree. Rubber growers ;
believe the "explosion" of the
pods and the resulting scatter scattering
ing scattering of seeds is nature's way of I
getting the eeeds out of the i
shadow of the mother tree and
into the sunlight j
6 Baeyalaaaaia, Srttaaata
BIG CITY CONCERTO
Hew can toolun uxabox air
that two apart once used to
Shatter the stars and bring them
In gulden tears ever New Yerk
How can a stranger's passing
How can a stranger's passing
A flea ing likanass, bridge the
Betwaan a kiss and a secret
Outline a ghett that will not
Hew can the hand that held
Once warm as love, then cold
Make e rhyme of the words '.hat
. Like drifted leaves en a gate gate-'
' gate-' less wall;
nard mumbled: "He'd make a like!
Memos oi a Midnighter: The
Shah of Iran banned the issue of
Life -hat played up his dates with
mooeis, eic. in the U.S. . ihe
FCC may step in any moment
and tha I'll be the end of the big
coin quiz shows. . .Betsy Blair
(ex-Mrs. Gene Kelly) becomes the
wife. of, French director Robert
Piquat next month. .The N. Y.
Times rapped the TV play, "Plot
To Kill Sialin," alleging it
shouldn't Lave described Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev as viriual "murderer. Re Research
search Research for that show was done by
Harrison Salisbury, a Times re reporter
porter reporter .Whutzzzz all that newsy
buzzz about Consolidated Laun Laundries?.
dries?. Laundries?. .Blaze Starr, top strip stripper
per stripper at Uie Con.inental on W. 52nd,
has a new mink coat. The gift of
her newest fan, whose song hit is
hummed, whistled and played all
over the world. j
r IUW MAM jn
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WASHINGTON We re in a himself for almost nothing, : ? then
trovwsy u. e which, depends the .Briefly here is th detailed sto.
quaU y of American democracy, try which eflnsylvknia's anti-S aat5
Silhouettes About Town: IT. s
High djuit Chief Earl Warren's
kin readying his St. Moritz Hotel
pau. Mr. justices annual ir.n to zie Wong". .Currently she is fea-
lannee a:uaium. .Movie villain tured in the film version of "Sou h
Richard Vidmark ankling alone Pacific" a? the Criterion Theater
Broadway without scaring anybo- In November she will be seen
dy. .Jeanette MacDonald gra- in 20th's "In Love and War",
ciously aechmmodatinc hlri tiro'All fractions aDDeaine within a
fans near the Waldorf. Th:few Hocks cf each other. ...-.One
Greg Jt'enks waiting mcrov e year ago lust June France was a
Komeo Sana's like the rest of us
ne'sants. ..To-n lonrell iav--lK
mg across 44th Street. . .Ethel
Nerman clsnnine loud for Lisa
v 9 aiu at in
ew ,?rk Novelet "Dear Mr.
Winchell,' writes Harry Uolaen,
author. ,of. "Only iA America,'1
tve just read your warmheart warmhearted
ed warmhearted expression, on the recent hews
stores about my past, as a result
pi my book becommg a best-seller.
I. ihought 01 something I'A lit. t
,s" 'he paper, in the early
1930s I workeu in t.ie pionioviu..
department-ton the pre-date issue)
pf The Mirror. Figuring out ways
to get niore rooming houses and
hotels i .ti) aaver.ise. Someone gave
the story of my past to the late
Jack La't, editor. Anonymously of
course. Air, LaU discussed it with
my dcpar.nient chief,- a Mr E E-gan,
gan, E-gan, Avho said: 'Go on "upstairs
?h.d vaC ttork-' So Long Live
the N. r Mirror and its' staff!"
.Staje Eotri,nce: Howard Keel
Broadway Cinderella (what a erman' becaiisa Mr. v-.i
Difference a Year Makes): Very I whiskers would give her the hiu
tiu.nc avi .i .me vesas ironirana
Broadway in "The World of Su- hopes Red But ons (its new s'ar)
-u v V5 ad us promems. .Dot .Dot-Ue
Ue .Dot-Ue Harmony whose last name ex explains
plains explains why she "goes mad" t.
bout singers ha hn th.
. Joan Crawford going backstage
at "Dark at Top of the S airs" to
congratulate tne caSu .Swele .Swele-froe
froe .Swele-froe leg sow: .Tip:h P"i?e slio-
pmg out of a keb feet first.
Sallies In Our Alley: A chorine
,1" frv q r-'-itnwi pon'-' rhnn
a few streets from those theaters.
Times Square Circle: Eddie Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, they say, had fired his produc producer,
er, producer, direc'or. choreographer and
writers of last year's net work
show. They all wonder why Deb Debbie
bie Debbie didn't know she was next. ...
Poor Bilue" Holiday ha nothing
bu' sour iuck. Her $465 concert
check just bounced 'he producers
was bragging to another tha1 hi leaving town. .Have a 1'sten at
just got a set of seats to the Se-I,he iw di!1y from Europe. "Tu-
. in XTa... it. t i hno H rfm &mcrHlrti flnri OA
nes games in New York.
'What's World Series?" inquir inquired
ed inquired La Doap. ."I dunno." eie-
gied Our Heroine, "but it's all
men!" .Jack O'Bria
est teevee critic fn town.
ing lindy s. .Comic Jack E. Leo-
lips F-rfm Amsterdam," and see
if it doesn't remind you of "Ah,
Swee' Mys'ery of Life . .Rob .Rob-erl
erl .Rob-erl Morse of "Say Darling." and
Jane de Gore, the video-ho-ho-ho,
won't rmke October afly saner.
. .20th will tes. Shirlee Adam this
week. Siio' a stewardess frr A A-meri.?in
meri.?in A-meri.?in on he L. A. to N.Y. hobi
. .Arthur Murray w'll get rich richer
er richer via 2 new projec' dance' tu'or-
ing on recirds. .Merle Oberon's
'o-mfr fin p, Dr. Rex Ross, and
Ballerina Lillian Montevecci look
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840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
MACON, Gi. (UPI) Gene
Cochran was assigned by a firm
that makes fish lures to "fish all
summer and learn what fish think
of the DroduC. He stopped by his
office one in a while to collect
Across the Chase Manhattan Bank!
- 'iwrj, aanas ana now
singer John Ashley. .Talk about
gamblers! Budd Schulberg is blow blowing
ing blowing jnos' cf his personal bundle
(mad on "Waterfront")-on his
"Ever-gladM" pictures. .The tip tip-s
s tip-s er who phoned the New York
papers that Eddie and Liz were
ct rossfnger's in the C-k"M
making whoopee, was a social di director.
rector. director. Long-time mutuar hate so society,
ciety, society, Cas' f Characters: DavTd Bren-
Defi Lthslf,,d in "The Kiss" (a
half.t,our feature at the Baronet),
the canav botcher a "The Mu Mu-sican"
sican" Mu-sican" (Majestic Theater).
Dick Montgomery, one-time ban-tamwe-gh'
ftehter (won 30 out of
32 is now thrushing at the Fin
and Claw, a 79 h and 3rd Avenue
spot Tommy Edwards kut a
hot disc for MGM. records 7 years
ago. Then they forgot him for 7
P""". R'Ppntlv M,, "r-ft -,,v
chief ariha' platter place, re-rec
orded Tommy's hit. of 7 years a a-go
go a-go wi h Tommy belting It. The
dit'v "it. All In th. n.mi ...
rently No. 2 on the Hit List and
fast closing in oh "Volare". The
cop hrthe eih Precinct, breaking
' he'ween drunks, and
scolding: "Gwan home and make
your wives happy!"
American pecple 'have 4 read a-
boul.- hear imil :mmilmn met
fooled aoou. the men thev will
picund run -the nation.
uu Hoejitr uiey are looiea or
educMiea. wbe.her they ee .through
the rjinnaiun talk hp iinrlara.xnH
the Straight talkr will depenij the
nonesiy -u fiovernment aiier elec election
tion election -dayij..-v'.
In .11 effort to nnlrf th a.
ratoHcal facades and the politic political,
al, political, tinsel this column will report
some' of the. facts that don't ap appear
pear appear on tie .surface during the
lec ion campaign. U ;; ,.-
jtiere, is off situauon anecung
the thir-1 hiocpil lrtnral stala
in the -union Pennsylvania which
has elected Republican governors
in all except three cases since
Ihe Civil Var-
In an effort ,to continue .that
tradition tbe Republican high
enmmand Ihic vmp. nirtot rol.
atively unknown pre. zel manuf ac-
preference 10 -' Harold Stassen
hard-working aide to President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and negotiator for dis
armament... V- --"
Mpflimul waa niih1ifi7i) a a
self-made clean-cut businessman
who would bring a businessline
gOvernmnt to the state of Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. He, was promoted as a
"sound" man who had come up
tha hard wjv in pnntraat tn Sta.
sen who though former president
or ine university 01 Pennsylvania,
was too liberal a Republican.
Mrfionirrlu in afnrVv riidHv
pleasant ana personable. lie looks
successiu ana ne luces 10 talk a-
hnut hi nppa itnrv
"I manped to scrape together
$300 and my brother Ray got the
same amci nr, Mcuonigie saia 01
himself in a highly laudatory arti-
rlff niihlistipH Viv 'ttio Phtlnftftlnhia
Inquirer Sept. 21 wh,ich told how
luvviuiuKie (ui ma uusmcss siari.
"And wit" some very necessary
help from a bank," he continued,
"we look over."
That, however, was not eax'ly
the circumstance under which the
GOP candida'e for governor of
Pennsylvania got his start as a
prosperous pretzel magnate and
head of Bachman Bakeries'. Re Republican
publican Republican leaders who. fought Stas Stassen
sen Stassen and- parked McGonigle have
been quaking in their boots JesJ
the facis leak out. Some of Ihem
now wisa they'd, stuck, to ,SU ,SU-sen.
sen. ,SU-sen. ,. ".' '.
, It happens tljat ttie facts .'ariji
matter ef court record and there there-ford
ford there-ford noi subject to argument.
They show that ,McGonigle's busi business,
ness, business, star wa'M jio 'mnns' the
pretzel tnanufacfure?, McGoftiigle
pot So iwistd,'rnkiP"rJ a aucss
of preteftis that he, his bfother
and their associa'es had to cough
up $8ttf fOp.' plus $50,000 In attor attorney's
ney's attorney's fees. . 1
The record, in the U& District
Court for 1 Eastern -Pannvlvni
Sept. -29; 1957. shows in-brief that
u. nrr m
mc ui t taiiuiuaue ror governor
was appoin'ed as a receiver of
Bachman Bskeriea tn, mrntArt tti.
In'eresrs- of creditors, then turned
rouna ana soic the company to
sen n' ti uk-oon't iunt .n,,hii,k.j.
Mni, PPointet March
M, 19 receiver for Bachman
r Readiflg,. a company
of which hp had been, vice presi.
den Hff was appointed by the
Berkr Couhtf iCourt on the'nomi the'nomi-nation
nation the'nomi-nation ,ot Loraine J. Schumaker
who eoctruiled American Cone and
Pretzel one. of Bachman's chiel
Eight flay later. March 31,
Gonigie turned, round and jold
Bachman's to Herbert Fields, of
the Lauret Dis'ributing Co., fop
only S5l4t The.esseu bad been
valued at $16S7.0. Later it war
charged that Laurel Dis'ributing
was a "fictitious purchaser."
iu iunrit was maqe and ta-t
citly admited in Federal Court
neiore junge wmiam H. Kirkpat Kirkpat-rick,
rick, Kirkpat-rick, Jr. m hen A.; Lj Hall, a share share-holder
holder share-holder tor -American Cone and
Pretzel brought suit against Mc McGonigle
Gonigle McGonigle his brother, t and asso asso-ciates.
As the suit was settled for $188,.
500, the following colloquy took
place in court:
''Counselir. are your cUents
puttinur up this $186,500?" asked
Miton Selig, represenung Imegri
ty Management Co.-' -
"I want to say we are putting
up a considerable portion of it."
repliel John- Rhoda, attorney
for the two McGonigle brother!
and their cmpanies Reading Bak--ing
antPreteel and Bachman Bak Bakeries.
eries. Bakeries. V
Thai'? the American success s'o-'
ry of the candidate for governor
of Pennsylvania. v. -
Putting up a good part of $108,.
0, Plus $0 000 attorney's fees,
was ood business. For the McGo-nigles-
Jater old Bachman Baker:
jes for a reported $3,500,000. It
had cos them $5140 plus $600 for
fees and commissions. v -1 1
Frieiidi of Vire.nrirfia Mlvnn
coniiae that he is so aisturbeu v
ver tne Democratic trend that ha
is. talking privately about a poli.
tical divprce, from the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration. v
He thinki- he. may have a let.
ter enance for the I960; Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential race by taking his own stand
than runiiing on the ,Eisenhow ,Eisenhow-record.
record. ,Eisenhow-record. : '. c.
Acerdiag!y Nixon will start
speakiniz more for himiif ini
less for the Admmistratiop. ne
wiu. not' crincrae tne ; Administra.
turn -but simply offer fais own opi
TOO FAST lir.K.U rhi.l
economist' Raymond Saulinier has
resorted to (he PraiiHant that- tha
mnr ishpullhgiifeo the reces
ion Bimmi: to- rapioiy. ine re
cession he-aaTadid. not fnllnia
the iimial r-iaipant-ahanaH'. pnrv
but .first-plunged" down and is sow
snooting up.!- fit,
Safilnie ; privately -eredits the
much-abused New -Deal with help help-inff
inff help-inff null -th -rnnntrv nttt nf F: the
doldrums.-. New Deal reforms,' he
told Eisenhower, had kept- the
country's purchasing power- up,
but he is now worried that -the a.
brup' rise will cause skyirocketing
prices.- . j
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RedlGhinispn s Quit Battering sf-l
llhiang-Held ;Quemoy And Matsu spt-
V TAIPEI Focmoi. Oct (UPl)-?Th gun of Communist China which had been battering th Chmesa .Na .Na-StioMJirtffthor.i.land$f
StioMJirtffthor.i.land$f .Na-StioMJirtffthor.i.land$f of Quwnoy nd Matetrfell .lent today ahortly after the ed announced a .even-day .ut
" 'tmmS would be suspended providing that the United States did
noV heip with tupply; pr peace talks with the Nationalists withouv U.S. parti-
f'Jenehl interview with NBC .correspondent Cocil Brown the Nation-
lists tfirrly, vlgoruily-ahf na an oireQTjpegqxiaiions mmm.mii.
(M&icis?ir ?3bment-bjr'.ied Cat .. A new CWnt Communists News! f. .' -,mJ
3ft?SfrfihtoM nese Dfcfehw Minister, Peng Teh-1 Agency statement broadcast by t N.8h.onl,. 1
, a Hick and necepuon, viuu
said. J tope me American Jpeople
will i-it .be take in. we wui con continue
tinue continue convoys ; to Quemoy ; in t&e
usual paVern. I hope the- Americ Americans
ans Americans mil provide the convoy es es-cortf
cortf es-cortf ar ?n tb past; frrespectif
were iidmitting: their faUure ; to
break Quemoy and, said he was
'certain,lbtrvwlJlKbe;ini the ae ae-cond
cond ae-cond phase In- the Feraosa
straits Vithin .the next few days,
- The eifeuncemtiw,) as bfaeo bfaeo-cast
cast bfaeo-cast by Radle- Falelnf tate jhe
suspension ot 1 the.'setorifcen
hellinn wa eWared; effeeHve
yeeeNtf'Mfer f humanitarian
raatenv' and that wi -blokade
of thi Wands would be
lifted to permit landint of sup supplies
plies supplies previdad' there was ,'ne
American efcert." .. i. ;
Huai a? roupled with a denuncia denunciation
tion denunciation of the United State and a
call tor faitct talks between the
Communist and Generalissimo
Chiang Kat sbera regime on For Formosa
mosa Formosa ,"to effect a peaceful settle settlement"
ment" settlement" of tho Formosa Strait cri-
" In Henf Kong, tha Chinese
language rawspapar Nanyang
Slang, which today quoted "high
lv Mliable" seurcas "as saving
there weuM be a Formosa Strait
ceasefire, said If-learned that
the' Red were willing to atop
the spoiling because they were
Worried ewer the use of Americ American
an American mad Sidewinder ari-t eir
missiles by Nationalist Chinese
et pilots, f
The Mdewinders have been cred
ited with knocking down a number
of Red ;Ch?nese Mig Jets
To Aid tlaflonalisls
I TAIPEI,, Formosa (UPI) -Jhe
anguard of a U.S. Army Nike
HercwlSi misnle battalion arriyed
yesterday help provide the Chi Chi-n.c.
n.c. Chi-n.c. Nattnnxlists with the means
to destroy an attacking Commu
-f "rii mlKtrT eario shin Wyom'
4nt Vimnr rtnrkM at KeelUUK,
the main ormosa port, w i t h
jeeps trucks and pare Prtfor
tk 9ni Minsila Battalion of the
71st Art31.ry Regiment now Hearing--
Formosa aboard the U.S.5.
Breckenri(ig"."The '500 to 700 men
of the baltj.lSoh and their 2f7-foot
long nncie'.-capable missile were
due co arrive later thi week. V
An American: enguieering 'fwni
was vushfng construction M the
laun 'Am i pads at undisclosed
itBs riQ Fcrmssa unden a. -crash
" progfrm MiK'iry authorities iiave
the radio said r en g message was
beamed by radio to "the com-
patruta in Taiwan (Formosa) at
But Peng's message was direct directed
ed directed primariK to the Nationalist far
rison i-n Quemoy now undergoing
its seventh week of intensive art artillery
illery artillery bombardment by Red coast
al 511ns in Fukien province
Hie message was broadcast ;as Lin this way if can have- the in
renorts from uuemoy toid 01 a
marked tapering off of artillery
fire from the mainland. Only 048
shells were fired today- HvJ',
"I have ordered the bombard bombardment
ment bombardment to be susoend on. the- Fu
kien Iron for seven days starting
Oct. 5." Pene's message said.
"Witnin thin period you. will j be
fully free to- ahip in 'supplies on
condition) that there will be no
American escort." ;
USSR Position Distored
By Ike, Avers Khrushchev
not discioffd, wjien.w.pve ?B
ground to .Aft ,htissHe,wift 'be
ready tor firing, if needed.
,yrti IT S: Tiwan t Formosa) De
fense ljmtitllssuedt irt brief
wtfttiiMit 4 connection" wim me
arrivil of the Wyoming Victory
ration flatlv ;h8'r .' "
a r nnntional or atomic var
head. Nike Hercules has theAbil-
Wv tn: kill nv, Icnewn mannri air
craft flviR? tuday er to become
availble In the aarifufure.v
r tt sW; tho; normal missile hat
talion conmists of iour firing- bat
teries with .1- launchers lor eacn
, The Nike Hercules missile are
ah improvement, ovw e,,Qjftg&sl
Nike-Aiax missiles and -are simi similar
lar similar to .those v now being, used to
protect Chicago, Tyos-Angeles and
the,Washington-New York area.
: Tha Nuie Hercules missiles
will not '.be. the first on Formosa.
A year ago, the United States; Air
Forhn rent Maador winged mis
' 11pq in the Nationalist bastion
The Matadors, ground-to ground
suided .wefcBons. can carry con
ventional- or n c 1 a r wrt-('
across the 10C-mile Formosa Strait
to key target on; the .Communist
, U S. made SWewinder missiles,
carried -by ; Nationalist jet fighter
planes have 'been used against
MIG jets with amazing success.
MOSCOW. Oct." 6 (UPI) -I
Premier Nikita Khrushchev de declared
clared declared yesterday that President
Eisenhower had "wrongly inter interpreted"
preted" interpreted" Russia's Formosa policy
in his news conference last week week-He
He week-He accused Eisenhower of using
"treks" to "distort" the Soviet po policy.:
licy.: policy.: Khrushchev, in a statement
to the Soviet Tass News Agency,
stoppedthall a step short of accus accusing
ing accusing the American President of ly
The Soviet leader asserted that
the position ol the Soviet Union
is dear and definite and is
rovirnerf tov a concern for pres
orvatimt 'of neace in the Far
East .But ne warned again tnai
an attack on the Chines People's
Repuhlicn is an attack on kus
Khrushchev, referring to re
marks .made, by Eisenhower in his
news, cujiiereiite ui jaai ticvicuc3
"president' Eisenhower quite
Vtonfirulty,, teertoted, well-known
StanSr rtSSovietf govern-
fflgnt on events jn sme ; laiwan
One can only express surprise
at the unceremonious way in
which the: position of the US.R S.
1: 1 A JT T J . u
is Dein.j OJRioriea. 1 wuuia never
have thoufht that such tricks
Would bp used.
"I am still sure at this moment
that the U. S. President correctly
undestand our statement on the
situation in tits Taiwan Straits.
According to the Tase state
ment, Khrushchev specifically
took exception to this Eisenhower
"If that the Formosa crisis is
civil wjr. why them did Russia
say through the medium of Mr.
Khrushchev' message that she is
ready to take part in such a war?
if that fs civil war. it means tnat
am at a loss to understand the
real meanirg of the world".
Khrushchev said that the clear!
and ttef'ire" Soviete position as
stated in his major Formosa mes message
sage message to F,ienhower, was that Rus Russia
sia Russia would stand by Communist
China in cafe of attack but would
not "ake par in civil wr in
ing to the United States for help
and swing behind the Red gov gov-ernmt.
ernmt. gov-ernmt. .
; ."The American era. beund te
go., Thy have te go' the mat mat-tag
tag mat-tag Id "Tha dayr will .i eeme
whetr ttui Americans Will aband abandon
on abandon you." : "i-if-i
"For the ; United SUtes, the
quicker they go the better' because
TV HAS MENTAL VALUE
I.ONDON tUPI) Television aeta:
in mental bomea.,have sometimes
started oatienas on the road to re
covery by re awakening their in interest
terest interest in their surroundings, ac
cording to a sturtv ptibHS'ieti to
day. "Patients who for months,
and sometimes years, have shown
little or 00 interest in their sur surroundings
roundings surroundings cep be seen staring
fascinated ai the TV screen," the
report said. The study was com compiled
piled compiled by Kenneth Robinson, Social
ist memDer ot raruamem ana a
member ol the Metropolitan. Hos Hospital
pital Hospital board.
DEN OF THIEVES
HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI)
Jail matron Margaret De Leo re
ported that she lei. her handbag
in a locked, unoccupied cell and
""turned to find $29 missing from
Kiative. Otherwise it will be to its
disadvantage because ft wiu then
aiwaya De on the defensive.
It appeared the Reds ctually
songhT two things
To tev to get the U. s. 7ih
Fleet and' other American forces
ouf of the Formosa area.
To get ihe Nationalists to ne
gotiate something Chiang has re refused
fused refused to do.'
i Referring to the long battle be
tween the Communists and the
Nationalists, Peng's message
."The war between us hat been
getnq e for 30 years. It It net
good thai It hat not been tte
pad. We prepete that alkt be
held to effect a peaceful aettle
"You were notified of this by
( Communist) Premier hou En-
lai several years ago.- This Is an
internal affair between you and
us, not r -matter between China
and tha United Sttes."
The message went into th Idea
of a ceasefire, which the United
It fs believed that a eeaseWre Is
one one of the nublects of discus discussions
sions discussions between U. S. Ambassador
Jacob Beam and Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist Ambassador Wang Ping Ping-nan
nan Ping-nan in current tlaks at Warsaw.
Peng dismissed the ceasefire
plan with the words "There is no
war between the Pefrole's Repub
lic of China and the United States
and so 'he question of a cease ceasefire
fire ceasefire dres rot arise.
"Is it not a farce to talk about
a ceasefire when there ids no
He then went Into his appeal for
direct talks with the Nationallts
IT'S A PIPEMOBILE Making a toygh job look easy is the
PipemobUe. an invention of the American Pipe and Construction
Co. of South Cite, Calif. Riding on seven huge 21.00-25 Good Goodyear
year Goodyear Earthmover tires, the 80-ton machine crawls part way
through a section of 68-ton concrete pipe, picks it up, waddles
it to position, Jockeys it into place, then takes off for another
- section The powerful monster is being used in construction of
the 'V Los Angeles-San Diego Metropolitan Water Aqueduct,
where it places an average of 15 pipe sections a day, oa slopes
at steep as 62 degrees.
ROME (UPI) Rome's stray
I dogs romped in treecom yeseraay
spareu lruin uie uuu caituci iui
48 hours in honor of St. Francis
of Assisi. The society for the
Protection of Animals got the city
.pound ti agree .to the dog anmesty
over the week end to commemo commemorate
rate commemorate the festival day of the saint
who lovpd i-nimals and birds. It
also at ranged a festive meal of
iripe for the city's horde of cats.
Cat lovers toured the streets, dish
ing up tripe at dinnertime Satur Saturday
day Saturday arid Sunday. They converged
on the Coliseum, the Forum, and
other historical ruins, where gen generations
erations generations of cats have made their
homes. Veterinary natrols went
I out to treat stray animals and
I promote benes for dogs from
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i'ry "do something" abou'
CeHc sruund a street light id
rjnr r ner ouse. Tnld there
vas rc-M.if they could do, the
wcnrr hun ur but called back
to ccy she'd taken care of the
nn'ter herself by shattering the
Get ready for a real treatl
Just add 2 heaping teaspoons
of rich QU1K powder to
your glass of cold milk stir
- and drink chocolaty,
chocolate flavour all the
You'll love the way QUIK
mixes instantly without
beating or bother. Makes a
wonderful hot drink too.
Your grocer has it and it's
economical. Get QUIK
today and treat the family.
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SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS
MRS. GEORGE WALES ON SATURDAY
Mrs. George Wales was guest of honor at a surprise
partv arranged and given for her Saturday evening by her
husband, Rear Admiral Wales. The event was held In the
Wales' quarters at the Fifteenth Naval District.
Sixteen guests were invited to the dinner party.
Mrs. Acly Entertains
Embassy Wives At Lunch
Mrs. R, Austin Acly, wife of
the Charge d'Affaires ad interim
ol the L S. Embassy, entertain entertained
ed entertained Embassy wives last week at a
uncheon. It was given at the A-
cly residence on La Cresta.
Plans for the embassy's Christ Christmas
mas Christmas activities were formulated
after the luncheon.
Cristobal Returns The Essers
Superintendent of Schools Sigurd
E. Esser and Mrs. Esser return returned
ed returned to the Isthmus today aboard
the SS Cristobal after an extend extended
ed extended vacation trip in the Staes
Ttheir daughter. Miss Becky Es Esser,
ser, Esser, has returned to her studies at
Mt. Holyoke College, Mass., where
she is a junior.
Announcement has been made
of the recent marriage of Miss
Nazarena Yolanda Cucalon of Pa
nama City and Mr. Stanley G.
Weiss. The nuptial vows were ex
changed recently in New York Ci
Newlv-Decorated Rodman Club
Has Gala Opening Friday
A fun filled event of Friday eve-
ni was the re-ooening of the Rod
man Enlisted Men's Club, where
hundreds of Navy personnel and
their guests gathered for the eve evening's
ning's evening's entertainment.
Included in the special guests
were Rear Admiral George Wales,
Commandant of the Fifteenth Na Naval
val Naval District, and Mrs. Wales,
members of the Admiral's staff,
Cant. Kenneth Hines. Comrnanrlin?
Officer of Rodman Naval Station,
and Mrs. Hines, Col. R. W. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace and Mrs. Wallace.
Highlights of the evening includ
ed a cocktail hour, buffet supper,
For the Best
in news and entertainment
H 0 G Y C N
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
1 840 Kilocycles
i and Jtlierwide
a Hawaiian floor show and danc dancing.
ing. dancing. Entertain At Buffet
Mrs. Anita Sedda de Abaunza
was complimented with a buffet
supper given in ther honor by Mr.
am. Mrs. Richard Durling at the
Durling residence. Mrs. Abaunza
will leave the Isthmus soon for
Return From Vacation
Returning today from a vaca vacation
tion vacation in the States were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles A. Behringer, who
have been visiting in New York
and other cities.
Mrs. Behringer is judge of the
Children's Court in Panama, and
took the oDDortunitv to visit simi
lar courts in the States during the
For Peace Issues
VIENVA ( UPI) The Vatican
is inleres'ed in all moral and
spiritual issues concerning the
use m ator.ic energy for peace,
the Re. Theodore M Hesburgh,
preside, i it Notre Dame Univer University,
sity, University, said here.
Fa'ner hesburgh wa one of
the Vat.'C?n representatives at the
second joneral conference of the
International Atomic Energy
Agency which closed here Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Fa 'ier Hesburgh represented
the Catican at the, first statute
mee'ina oi the agency in Wash Washington
ington Washington in lBfiG. He signed the sta statu
tu statu es in the name of the Vatican
City. He was named a member of
the U.S National Science Board
four ve-'ti ago by President Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. Dauphine
Ave. Cuba end 26 Street
U EVERY MONDAY
Vhl6:30 TO 7:00 P.M..
Net vork YCN
mm, J frmmpttf U Ut-mHrnlf Jim.
Llw 8:00 JfOM mtf
lack notice tor Inclusion in this
celwmn houla' tee tubmitua' m
tVM-wrlttea term ana mailt
the boa numbet lilted daily in '-cial
cial '-cial and Otherwise," at delivered
b hind te the efiice. Notice M
meetinfls cannot tee accepted by
American Sociey of Panama
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
American Society of Panama has
planned a meeting for Tuesday
afternoon at four at the Panama
Golf Club. All women who are e e-ligible
ligible e-ligible to join this group are in invited
vited invited to attend.
Color Photo Display
On Panama, Tropics
Opens Al Tivoli
A special showing of color
photographs of Panama and
the San Bias and other Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean islands went on display at
the Tivoli Guest House today.
The 60 photographs, each
about three by two feet, show
the beauty and glamor of the
islands and Latin American na nations
tions nations from Mexico to Venezue Venezuela.
la. Venezuela. The special color exhibit,
which will be oh display at the
Breakers Cluto at Coco Solo next
week, has been made available
through the courtesy of Kodak
Inc.'uced ;n the dispiay aie
landsca; es, seascapes, archi architecture,
tecture, architecture, m3iket places, am the
people in their native costumes.
The first stop on this special
color camera tour is Mexico
with views of the Aztec Pyra Pyramid
mid Pyramid of the Sun and the Float Floating
ing Floating Gardens outside Mexico
City. The visitor is then whisk whisked
ed whisked to Yucatan, Guatemala,
Manama ana Venezuela.
Caribbean island views in include
clude include scenes in Trinidad, the
harbor of St. George In Grana Granada,
da, Granada, Barbados, Martinique, and
the town of St. Piere with the
threatening volcano or Mount
Pelee in the background. Also
Included are "you are there"
pictures of the Virgin Islands,
Puerto Rico, the Dominican Re Republic,
public, Republic, Haiti and Jamaica.
At CZ Jr. College
Three students from t.he m.
nal Zone Junior College were
aaaed to the membership roster
of Phi Theta Kappa, national
honorary scholastic fraternity
for the junior college of the na nation,
tion, nation, In a formal "closed" serv service
ice service Friday.
Brian M. Cox, Oulda Rochelle
Head and Gloria N. Tait wpre
the 'students whose over-all
Etrade averages for work done
since enterinn college made them
elieible for the national hnnnr
group. Cox and Miss Tait are
sopnomores, wnue Miss Head is
a second semester freshman.
Thft 1rtlt.taf1nn 0vrAli.A. iaa
headed by Anita Schneider,
nresioent, assisted by Roberto
Chan, vice-president, and Bar-
nara Eiicn, secretary, other of officers
ficers officers of the Canal Zone Junior
College chapter of the group
who assisted in the services were
"atricia Peck, treasurer, Nancy
Lee Bryant, council member,
nnd Subert Turbyfill, faculty
srjonsor and honorary member
of National Phi Theta Kaopa.
f'ouowintr the Initiation, a
hort discussion was heir! rpln-
1 ve to the observance of "Found "Founders
ers "Founders Day" in November.
WITCHPKC (Humboldt County).
Calif. (UPi A cons ruc ion work
er, who said he found tracks of
n enormous human foot, 16
i inches long and 6 inches wide, in
1 primitive timbe- country planned
yesterday to take "irtu'ee ill?
i "abominable mountain man."
1 Gerald Crews, 40, of Salyer,
Calif., said he made a mister cast
of the irnorin'. which was 'wo
inchs deep What puiiles him.
however, ti that the tracks always
lead down a new road but nevr
come back up.
"Whs: ccr it is it can onlv
walk in one direction," h said.
Th mnb'inc prints, shaoed ex
arllv like priilr foo' wi h toes
were first noticed by orrws s i
den si- fnrs) and down thp new
cofi iiirr rohd o Rliif Creek, sev
er;l Inindwl fpet away.
Is quite so rewarding si that of
me woman pnysician, says nr. sa-
Dr. Jordan, director of the gas gastroenterology
troenterology gastroenterology department of the
Lahey Clinic end considered the
top woman i doctor in Boston's
world-famed medical community.
lays nothing can eaual the snirit-
ual rewards the field of medicine
No woman should want to be
come a doctor without in "urge
'o, overcome ail obstacles, she
said. "Medicine is as much a call
ing as theology. It demands an
urge to serve numfcnity."
forget tne sex barrier. "The
prejudice against women in, med
icine was eliminated fay the effi-
BY GAYNOR MADDOX. NEA
At latest counting, there are
1.029 canned foods on the market,
all the way trom canned abalone
to canned youngberry juice. Whetn
er it's tiny peas from American
farms or Norway sardines in o o-live
live o-live oil, cans bring them to your
table. For budget, quality and labor-saving
reasons, canned food
plays a major role in feeding the
United States well.
Zesty Bean Salad
(4 servings or t appetizer
One can (1 Dound. IS ounces)
beans (ereen or wax. lima kidney
or chick peas); Vi cup corn oil,
Vi cud vinegar, 1 tablespoon su
gar. 1 teaspoon salt, V teaspoon
pepper. 2 radishes, sliced; .1 ta ta-blesppon
blesppon ta-blesppon chopped scallion, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon chopned green peoper, 1
tablespoon chopped pimento.
Dram llauid from beans, com
bine oil. 'vinegar, liquid from
beans, sugar, salt and pepper.
Pour over beans and other vege vegetables
tables vegetables and marinate at least 3
hours in refrigerator. Serve plain
or arrange on lettuce leaves, h
(Makes 6-1 servings)
One can oeaches. halves or slic
es; 1 quart vanilla ice cream, l
recioe Melba sauce.
Drain and chilli peaches. Spoon
A home freezer should be com com-Dletelv
Dletelv com-Dletelv defrosted and cleaned at
least once a year. A good time
is in the fall. When defrosting, al
so wash and dry exterior through
ly. Then check for rust, scratches,
or breaks, and apply quick-drying
When refinishine furniture, use
a putty knife with rounded cor
ners to scrape oil the oia nnisn.
Scrape with the grain of the
The margins on mats in picture
frames varv in lize. The bottom
margin is wider than the other
three. In matting a horizontal
rectangle, make the two side mar margins
gins margins wider than the top. A vertical
rectangle should have the top
and side margins of the same
To keen silk scarves neat and
easy to select, mount a strin
of foam nlastir in the closet, or
clip it to a skirt hanger. Han?
scarves from one corner witn
A disposer should not be used
as a garbage can. Get rid of food
scraps as soon as they accumu
late. Banish any lingering odor
in the diposer by putting through
a tray of ice cubes or half a
To take Brazil nuts from the
shell easily, rover the unshelled
nut with cold water and bring
to a hoii Boil 3 to 5 minutes.
pn"er with cold water and let
stand a minute. Then crack
Aells. The meats should come out
whole or in big pieces.
Wrap wieners in pancakes for
a lunch time snack. Serve with
mustard, catsup and relishes.
Fresh vegetables or fruit make
exciting centerpieces. Use the fruit
later for dessert. Wash and shine
vegetables. JC fruit is cut, put lem
on t'.iice on it to keep it from dark darkening.
ening. darkening. Dispose of used fat by pouring
it into a paner plate to harden,
Cien throw plate and grease a
Only four births, two boy! and
two girls, were recorded at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week
f-ndlng at midnight, Wedneidfcy,
October 1, according to the reg reg-'lar
'lar reg-'lar hospital report. During this
ime, 48 patients were admitted
nd 56 were discharged.
Parents of the girls are Mr
nd Mrs. Arthur Evans, of Co
on; and Sgt. and Mis. Pan!
iremmlnger, of Tt. Davis. Par Par-its
its Par-its of the boys are CT-2 anr
rs. William Darr, of Coco Solo
nd Mr. and Mrs. Alexande.
ramwell, of Colon.
- .. I I
clent work of women doctors dur during
ing during World War II." she laid. The
only remaining prejudice of any
ion u in meaicai scnooia wmcn
fear female students will msrry
and never use their training.
Dr. Jordan said women doctors,
who usually enter the fields of pe
diatrics, obstetrics or psyebjstry,
find "htDDinesi to a far greater
degree than in any other profes
sion, i nave never heard a woman
physician regret her choice."
And, she emphasized, ."Women
in medicine often marry And 1ive
children and remain doctors."1 Dr.
Jordan said "being a woman Hoc Hoc-tor
tor Hoc-tor is spiritually and financially
rewarding and causes no treat
problems in marriage."
The Word For
Food and Markets Editor
ice cream into dessert dishes. Ar Ar-rage
rage Ar-rage peaches, cut side down, with
ice creams Four Melba sauce o o-ver
ver o-ver ice cream and peaches.
Mtlba Sauce (Makes 1 cups)
One cup canned, fresh or froz frozen
en frozen raspberries or strawberries, 2
teaspoons corn starch. 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon water, ft cup light corn sy sy-nip,
nip, sy-nip, V, cup currant jelly.
Combine berries, jelly, com
starch, waier and corn symp ;n
small saucepan. Mix thoroughly.
Cook over medium heat, stirring
constantly, until mixture comes to
a full hui Unil i f
Until mmfwhit tu:i i
. i : luituruso ana
i.spreni. nemove Irom heat
v-uui, emu. rress through a strain
er or sieve.
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v Wffyn ,'or NBA Service
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East and West vulnerably
South W North East
1 Pass 2 Pass
2 Pass S Pass
4 Pass Pass Past
Opening lead K
I km indeheted in rr t t
Guertin of Bai irniir Omlui,
for today', hind.
ine game was duplicate and for
today s hand.
The earne w iinniuai. j
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all tables reached four hearts
Without inv inverts Vilrirllno Th
king of spades was opened and
iiiuuwcu io noia me nrst 'trick.
East signaled with th ih( .ni
the oueen af stria 11 AC Ur rn
Unued and taken by South's ace.
compietea me echo With the
This marked West with v.
spades to the king queen-jack
u mi. uuerun, meretore, mark marked
ed marked East with the ace of diamonds.
nence, ne drew trumps, led a dia diamond
mond diamond and finessed dummy's ten.
East took his iirlr
a lub whereupon Mr. Guertin
iook nis ace and led a second dia diamond.
mond. diamond. East made his ace of 11a-
monds but evenlmllv taxi.-...'.
lOSlng SDSde wnt nn nu Inm
my'a long diamonds and the game
At most other tables declarer
tarted out the am iv.v v.t
played either the king or queen
manuring on me nrst lead of
the suit. East was smart enough
tO duck. whereiinnn Hslm-or
came back to his own hand with
ine ace oi ciuds and led a second
diamond. East would take this
and lead another rink in Lnnnlr
out dummy's king. Now when the
uiamonas sei up, soutlt would be
wn u up losing snotner spade trick
and his contract.
There were other wavs to
make the hand hut Mr' n-i
just adopted the best line of play.
Q-The bidding has been:
Soitth WnI Nerth
1 Pass Pats Double
J" l Pass IN.T.
" Vou, South, hold:
What do you do?
Aam three ae-trttHp. Year
lHr bas atw skea the
tOfJAT S Ql'tSTIOM
The bidding has been:
tasl v?ert !fHh
' Ps Past Doubi.
You, South, hold:
What do you do?
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14 citrus fruit
Uneola i J
ll Golf mound
20 Romas hrtnxe
, lent. '-."K-
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11 Ihe helped :
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ij Card game
p THE VQice OF
MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTE
BOOK: Anita Ekberg and husband
Tony Steel must have reached t
more relaxed point of view than
they were credited with when
ineir marriage was new. oat
been escorted about Rome by
"Prince" Mario Bandini, the not-qulte-so-weslthy
,Trujillo Jf. of I I-taly
taly I-taly who made many a picture
spread wnen ne was epgagea -to
Kim Novak a year or so ago...
. .Jacques Bergerac, and Dorothy
Maione, who 'just' happened to
cnoose me same vacauon spot
Panamawon't be far apart dur during
ing during their New York stay. .Hedy
Lamarr may reconcile with her
most recently-shed husband,, Tex
an Howard Lee-the generous chap
wno reve ler a miiiiop-ooaar sep
aptration present when they sart
ed. If they do get together again
Hedy's chums imagine he'll have
to build her a hacienda some dis distance
tance distance away from the scene of his
money-making; they get the im impression
pression impression she's bored with life in
the Lone Star State. .The next
issue of Harper's Bazaar should
be a collectors' item with us
lush photograph of Sophia Loren
wearing a necklace worth half s
million dolart. (A that and dia
The beoved Ethel Waters has
in ambitious project: shf''il try
to lose 100 pound inside a yeir.
. .Marilyn Monroe's friends ssy
they're quite sure she's not ex
pecting a baby at the moment;
but is visiting an obstericiain in
hopes that treatment will help
her fulfill her dream of becoming
a mother. .Canada Lee's ion
Carl works as maltre d'hotel at
the Cafe Bonemii.
Elizabeth Allen, the pretty ac actress
tress actress who stepped out of the Ju
liet role in "Romanoff and Juliet"
when the play took to the road,
is celebrating her. new leisure
with Urey Krasnopolski, the pianist-conductor.
. .Janis Paige lias
turned down reconciliation please
from her ex husband, Arthur Stan Stan-der.
der. Stan-der. She's dating Pete Rugelo, the
arranger who used to cut quite a
figure in Peggy Lee's life.
Harry Grossmger, husband of
Jennie, is on the mend after a
heart attack. -The off-Broadway
theatre scene keeps getting more
and more posh. Ticket requests
for Eva Gabor's opening in "Ui-
lu' came from an impressive list
oi social, financial and artistic cel celebrities,
ebrities, celebrities, and tickets were so hard
to get that al much l $50 was of offered
fered offered for a pair.
A Hollywood star who made
headlines recently with a suicide
attempt, has a history of similar
incidents all hushed by her stu studio.
dio. studio. During the making of one
picture, ihe tried to kill herself
three times. .An auto company
wants Joe Leahy to become chief
executive of of all things its new
record company. The car cats
are prepared Ao spend at least
$2,000,000 to launch the disc firm.
Adolph Greene was the envy of
all the other fellows at Goldie's
New York the other night. The
belle with him was Phyllis JNew JNew-man,
man, JNew-man, Judy Holliday'i pretty unaer-
study, and soon after they arriv
ed he was surrounded by two oth other
er other glamorous Greene fans Rosa
lind Russell and Vivian Blaine.
David LIS. who carted with Sha
ron Le for a ihort-lived mar
riage to Debra Plget, has start
ed wootng snotner former me.
Miry Beth Hughll. .Friends of
i wealthy society chip Ire chuck
ling over the society columns that
link him romantically with "an
actress" most ihow business ex-
lerts couldn't identify. Actually
she's well known is an extreme extreme-v
v extreme-v available party girl,
New York must be a lone town
r many. Just a few hours after
1 small newspaper notice announr-
I a new TV show. "Chance For
omance" designed "to bring
iples together" hundreds of tel tel-hone
hone tel-hone calls came in to the video
lion involved, and the produc producers'
ers' producers' office was. swamped with tel
Anewer to Peviom Pu!
)0 Pieces out ; -42She
.little hatchet 1
' inner crusade
' appellation -.
41 High card -Solatia
It Saturn, for
85 Spanish lady
SI Puff up
egrams, all from bachelors and
IJP .'1 wl? hPed And the
Real Thing m front of the earner-
, on wouia nave
you believe there's a feud on bt.
tweenpianists Dorothy Donegaa
and Barbara Carroll. . .Those
Z "ht "Dtiak t0 M On Only
ly Only out of town report that Tom
Poston does a drunk scene bril-'
in en.W l0. be classified as
sheer i theatric! potryj i ;Nel
Blu Didinto di "ii "being ulei
- muvie uue, oi course.
Just as inevitable: the EngUsh-duSl
bed veriinti. urlli -.-ii-j ....
jar i " u vo-
"Sine nur imn...t .liu1
. w- (vuuicii Buna got a
Jh.!lS0,ne!' mK my hu-
oand and i m ia a i. il
round in the evening and watch
TV. At least we used (o have thai
kid to talk shout. And the nous"
i' feml mpty when they
and their irienas wei'e in and out
ail in timA
"Rnr j .i
..ov we uon i even seem
wKhfvi "ything to talk about,
it f 1 d2.,,,lhtr couple do w h I n
their children all' leave home?"
M t F'M FTTTTT
J"-- i-" -y-
i rlr :
r sr ;
wey have a golden opportunity t
or doing some of the things they
vvesssivcu m UO,
thl v.rf .Kele 6,n MA
...cau ie io oe tun and
hippy ones, they know that they
have tf. 1 nit a.
4.c new interests
that they can share.
hT,"l..P5p ,w"ch what
IC are. just SO that
lealf J"? lit tO
iiinit0J,ay olf- study tr.
tlln 1'nuj'8e- to plan and live
for a wonderful trip, to go In for
gardening, to remodel Zme tl
,D's wlde wor d that ia
fc e,d.f- theafir?
1 r,c,1 ou can thine
w,Snttforr,elveS nd what
If mt tint i- 'l '
i?. ?J t0 m,k an effort to get
fn lfJheKrulthe tW0 of you ar.
ere.d iidif,C0U.ruged- et in
"erested in a few th ngs yourself
nd see how cstchinienthuS;
This-ls a time when the Woman
often has to lead the my Et V
member, you can't lead the
by talking br wishinrYou I've rt
to get un iii .t ..r...J ve m
Milr rh t
.van lumorrow. and
.V." '.'. "V." crr una time vttt
tn'ngl you to do.
Diablo PTA Meets
In School Gym
Uon Ot DUblo ElsmenUrv School
Will hftld H. flrtf w,.fln'. j
" -" JX iiUW
school yew Tuesday ivening at
the Diablo School Gymnasium.
An intereit.tn mvimin. k
been planned, starting at 1:30
f.ui. a nrii iijt will D6 elVen
by Lt. Gov, of the Canal Zont
John D; McElhenny, Refresh-
...lit U .a ..
All parents are urged to at
4 til a ntMMi.n V
THE rAXAMA AMERICA AX DfDtT EUDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WAtHlNCTON (UP!) '. -i- Mrs.
Eleanoe Roosevelt MM. yiteroiy
, thst actre Irene Dunne "pt "pt-faipi
faipi "pt-faipi unwl 'Intiy has allied herself
with those who seek-to enslave the
American worke" through k X
espoii ial of' right-to-work laws.
The, Me vesident v f fi v
praised MiM Dunne for her "eom "eom-mendsWe
mendsWe "eom-mendsWe (hraptonihip of human
rights" it m alternate U.S. dele-,
fate tO ihe United Natkma Gener General
al General Assembly last year. Mrs. Roos Roosevelt
evelt Roosevelt has aJsoEerved as a V.N.
lot ahe added that the actress,
an crve 1 Republican, had appar
ently been "betrayed by the (nun
ulent arguments of the promoters
of the so-called right-to work
laws." V. ..
Mrs Rnoevelt paid fhe was re referring
ferring referring e report that Miss
Dunn hax accepted "an honorary
post with supporters" of the oro oro-posed
posed oro-posed unM-union shop laws lit Cali California.
fornia. California. Former OOP Sen William
F. Knowland has endorsed right
to-work nriersures in his camnaifn'
In a sttement Issued by the Na National
tional National ; OudpII for Industrial
Peace, Mrs. Rooseveli scored the
International Oil Operator
William Buckely Dies At 77
NEW YORK, Oct. (UPI) -William
Trank Buckley. 77, attor
ney and International oil opeator,
died at Lenox Hill Hospital yes yesterday,
Buckley was president of the
Catawba Cprp., which represents
foreign cafnpanies exploring for
oil, and also of the Pari-Iirael Oil
Comoanyi which is seeking oil in
- He was the founder last year of
the Sharon School, in Sharon,
Con. where he. made hist home,
dedicated time safeguarding chil children
dren children "against contamination by the
theories of so-called 'liberalism.'
One of his 10 children is Wil William
liam William F. Buckley Jr., editor ol
the National Review, a weekly
conservative magazine, and au author
thor author of "God and Man at Yale"
and "McCarthy and his Enemies,"
Supreme Court Opens Term;
Faces Integration Decisions
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Su-
pre .ie voun o ,eu us im
term today with a variety of
school integrity and, th
lems affctlni tKoMelieate raci la-
mm f-n a wniiAai Mkiik i
suft still outsunoing on its ,ociteu
But the nine justices were ex expected
pected expected to confine their first ses ses-g.un1
g.un1 ses-g.un1 t ) a short pa.'funclory meet meeting.
ing. meeting. 'Admission of attorneys to the
high coar bar was (he only item
on the egenoa.
During the week, the justices
will confer on whether to review
or reject some 350 anneals thit
have, come" in during the summsr.
It w.ts exofcted thai a good num number
ber number of 'these will be disposed-of
the follow.Tig Monday.
The po'ir subsequently will be begin
gin begin hearing oral arguments
cases it accepted last year too
late for a full-scale review. Deci Decisions
sions Decisions will b handed down later.
iJwilke othr years, today'"
optning session was not the
first mcefine of the justices since
they aajoiirned tor
a summer re
cess lt Jur.e. The court has met
Al;. integration dispute,
ruiih. ..rfu w..i'rfr.
jnatioft Sept. 29 of its historic
1954 decis.on several cases jn jn-olvins
olvins jn-olvins Negro rights and the pub-
li tktinit ram a in nne H Ann
Involves-Arkansas Gov, Oirval E.
Fubu3 a key figure in tha spe spe-ial
ial spe-ial twm.
Faubui hat appealed to the high
court from lower court orders
forbidding him to use National
Guard truopr to keep Negro puoils
from en'erlng Little Rock's Cen Central
tral Central H'gh School.
Other school cases involve inte integration
gration integration in Delaware, Alabama,
.-. Alio on appeal are challenges to
three 1956 Virginia laws directed
FECAL REGALIA Making
, one of the most colorful exhibits
, in a cars mica display at a 4-H
fair in Slin, Kan., were these
. t replicas of a coronation crown,
;i -aword and scepter, displayed by
, Mary. Msgnuson, They were
-, made by Mary'a" aunt, Mrs.
; Robert H. Levin, who collected
' tarrlnii-to aet tha "Jewels."
rifht lo-work' proposal as 'a "cun
nlnf say screen to beguile the
innoc-tfit and unknowing.? v
She Botud that voters in several
states ire being a iked to vote on
suoh Jaw thi-: November. If ea ease
se ease ed. she said, they woerid "de
stroy the democratic rights of
manatemeu'. and a majority of
workcr i bargain collectively far
wages, working hours, and other
conqmons 01 employment,
"The truth V-rvi
'right-to wort' proposal does not
concern itelf one iota with human
rights or the right to work," she
said "lns'ead 'he right-to work
proposal nt$ as its aim the de
strucUnn 'rf human rights"
She said she hoped "that Miss
Dunns whr t a jus'iy renowned
actnsi, will acquaint herself with
the real alms of this fraudulent
If Miss Dunne does, Mrs. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt adder! she "will come to real
ize that rhe perhaps unwittin?ly
has allied herself wi'h those who
seek to enslave the American
worker install of providing him
with the. freedoms of the United
vf(, declaration on human
a defense of the 1st Sen. Joseph
Buckley was born jn Texas and
received his Bachelor's and Law
degrees, from the University of
Texss in 1905. He settled in Mex Mex-co
co Mex-co Citvand engaged in law prac practice
tice practice with two brothers, primarily
representing' oil llrms. In IMS he
gave up the law to become an in in-denenrient
denenrient in-denenrient oil operator.
He fcftcim htnA .nl tha Pnt..
pec Oil Company of Mexico and
was active m enoni to protect A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan oil interests in Mexico.
In 1921 he was expelled from Mex Mexico
ico Mexico after having several times
been charged with fnmntlnu
volution to overthrow governments
umaooraoie to nis interests. He
was later permitted t return,
Buckley is survived by his wife,
he former Aloise Steiner; four
sons and six daughters.
against the National" Association
for, tne Advancement of CMnA
People, A .snecial (hr.lnd ua.
from tttmo'er's wmn in
.i.u.j ii. i
still aaother is 4
' wi Tennessee law re re-qulriru
qulriru re-qulriru pfccial segregation on
street trr-iVvs and buses. A lower
cour' dismissed the case on
groundi ;hai the protes'lng Negro
was not regular bus rider but
merely td to fore, test of
The new erm also was expect expect-fbrVr
fbrVr expect-fbrVr ome of the court's
securl y The court greed las'
lfli?-, 0 ,hr rments on cha-
of the Hou.f Committee on tin
Amf-can Activities ,nd New
HnT hl,ro "'i-tbversive I,w
,i u the ones Ions, of:
rf'teu" "WV can deny
r jh Ik m 4
v-r FA' n nrTlPAl A H m I 4.I
nome 1: the officer h.. ,n
... vi "tsiiiiOJiiiin n
jrefus. a lictns sh!, Win
Ml A hrl Lover
ume 10 a political candidate be
held responsible for th, libelous
atement,i of the broadr.Zr U
prize: one NECCHI sewing
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one of tha Galena's 100 hp. Perkins marine dlesel englnei before starting out from England
on their Atlantic trip.
Former Canal Pilot Will Undertake
Atlantic Crossing In Unusual 60' Craft
A former Panama Canal jllot
and towbbat captain and his fel
low adventurer will undertake a
voyage from Britain to Panama
this month in an unusual craft.
They are Robert W. Bailey, 52,
now a resident ol St. Tnomas, vir-
in lsianas, ana nis inena, ivmui
'. Koning, 44, formerly of Rotter
dam, now of Coata Rica.
For nearlv a vear. the two men
have been planning the 6,000 mile
journey. They purchased in Brit Britain
ain Britain a 35 ton, 60 foot craft and
have since been working at Great
Yarmouth on a giant overhaul
and refurbishing project.
Cristened the Galena, the cratt
was once used by the R.A.F. for
Two While Mice
Are First To Be
Born In Test Tube
LONDON (UPI) The Sunday
Times trinled a picture of two
that it said were the
"firs cn U'be
mammal In tne
The new-born mice were remny-
u b.NaiU a t risk Tivn.Qnn.a.n i r
'he fmbr0' sta?e two-and-a-half
days after fertilization.
The nnhrvos were then keot
for Mvo dy In "a Mirnr""
rlmol" fhf-mlppl infi-iini Hur'n?
'vh!"h. lime they developed nor normally.
mally. normally. They werr n'arert wi'hln a sec sec-nn''
nn'' sec-nn'' urn-'nei' mone "' t-rn o-rh-
iyli !t nn'mil offpsrlng
in a CKO'pricn operation.
A "crfi'id fnftr mother U rear rear-iWft
iWft rear-iWft -hi 'w: white mice.
The Simdnv. Tex renort said
'he sucrepefiil ev"crl'nen'. ner ner-orfed
orfed ner-orfed hv 'wo dnoforx t lon lon-fnn'
fnn' lon-fnn' ftoy' Ve'erinflrv Co'le"''.
'''nrov'He be Rnwer tn a prob prob-im
im prob-im ihni vhlfib Sid
nhltnsonliir hve wondered "r
hnnHi-od of year's; 4hp oosihili oosihili-ty
ty oosihili-ty of V-'pnmc rtpvpiorvn" nrm-.-i1
i'n p '"" d
Vine i-i-hans '"luencing its lat lat-pr
pr lat-pr developmen ."
Box Identification No.
at the NECCHI Store
next to the Lottery .Building
"AW si - J
' former Panama Canal: oilot,
THE EX-R.A.F. PINNACE
GALENA tied up in Great
Yarmouth, England, as Bailey
and Koning were readying
her for their 6000-mile At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic crossing.
toroedo recovery work. It has a
14 ft 6 in beam and a 4 ft. draught
when loaded. She is powered by
two Perkins S6 (M) marine en
gines, each capable Of developing
100 shp, with 2:1 reduction and
sea water cooling. The craft has
a cruising speed of 10 knots and
a maximum speed of 13 knots.
Both eneines have been over
hauled bv the two men with the
help of a Yarmouth engineering
firm. They have been stripped
rieht down and fitted with new
niatnm. valves and heads.
"We are confident that they
will take us anywhere," says Bar
He and Koning are to take the
Galena to Marin, near Vigo, or
the Spanish coast for reparis to
the double plank mahogany haul
and painting. Certain alterations
arfe also planned including cutting
down headroom in the engine
room to give a flush teak deck
and enable en extensive deck
house to be built.
Says Bailey, "This Is essential
in the Caribbean and onth
Van areas where it is too hot to
live below deck."
The present fuel tank capacity
of 500 gallons is to be increase
to 1700 gallons by the installation
of a large tank in the hold. Be Before
fore Before the Atlantic crossing, the
Galena will be fitted with a mag
the 6th till the 11th Oct.
enlr ena wh cn put It into
and Karol Koning worklnt
netic type automatic pilot and ra
Bailey and Konine hone to
leave Europe for Las Palmas in
the Canaries about the middle of
October and they plan to sau ior
u'lmuad on Oct. 25. They esti
mate the Atlantic crossing will
take 14 days.
Roth have already crossed the
Atlantic in small craft. They
oougm the 80 ft Orion, which had
been captured by the Roval Na
vy from the Germans during the
war, and sailed her across the
Atlantic in 1956. Before she was
sold last year, Bailey and Konine
used the Orion for trading in the
Caribbean, carrying lumber, bana
nas, sugar, cement and other
Koning has made a solo Atlan
tic crossing in a 32 ft ex-Drawn
er, which he still owns in Costa
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Red Scientist Says
Russia Will Launch
Man In A Sputnik
WASHINGTON (UPl)-A top So Soviet
viet Soviet scientt said yesieraay itus-
sia sooner or laier wm 1aum.11
"a man-carrying spuinix.
Dr Abatol. A. Blagonravov, one
of the Soviet scientists credited
with .1 pn-i in developmem of the
firs. Rusoun satellite that went
up a ye?.r fco Saturday, also flat flatly
ly flatly denied there had been any fail failures
ures failures in launching sputniks.
Some Americau scienusis and
olitlcians have said Russia has
ad ss many difficulties in put
ting its three sputniks into orbit
as the United States has in
launching fcur artificial moons.
They have contended that the dif difference
ference difference lias bten the secrecy sur surrounds?
rounds? surrounds? the Red space program.
Asked 011 a television panel pro program
gram program (NBC "Youth Wants to
Know" fUmeri last July in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow if a man-carrying satellite
would be launched in the "near
future." Biaonravov replied:
"Sooi.er vr later most probably
we w'!l be able to send up a man man-carrvinij
carrvinij man-carrvinij sputnik that will be cir circling
cling circling 'lie ecirth I can't say when
that wf ht at present."
The liite-haired Russian, who
is a Hi 1 Ar"iv "cni'rs1 well
as a Sovle' Academy of Sciences
member, sWrslepped several ques questions
tions questions about the site of Russia's
"This has practically no signifi significance
cance significance i all." he said.
He said American scientists
agreed with him on that point
during his visit to 'he United
Slates lai October when Spu'nik
1 was hunched.
Blagonravov a I sidestepped
questions about whether Russia
would announce any failures in
t-ying to launch a manned sput sputnik.
nik. sputnik. "Ur uniil now we have had no
failuren." he said. "We hope that
we will meet with no failures and
all measures are being taken 'o
make the launching of every sput sputnik
nik sputnik i success."
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means of curbing juvenile delin delinquency,
quency, delinquency, he received comment
from all over the country most
of it agreeing.
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Spahns 3-0 Shutout Gives
Braves 3-1 Margin In Games
By LEO H. PETERSEN
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UPI) It looked like
World Series money in the bank for the Milwaukee
leading the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees three games to one, after
Warren Spahn's 3-0 Tictory yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the defending World
Champions sent "Yankee killer"
Lew Burdette to the mound in
an effort to wrap up the lg58
Series in five games. Burdette,
who beat the Yankees 13-5, in
the second game was trying for
his fifth straight win over
A victory by the Braves today
would make the first time since
1921-22 that the Yankees had
suffered two straight World Se Series
ries Series losses. It would also mark
the first time the National
League had two straight Series
winners since the Giants won in
1954 and the Dodgers beat the
Yankees in 1955.
Barring Burdette's path was a
trim and determined band or
Yankees, led by 67-year-old
manager Casey Stengel, who
"This ain't over yet."
Stengel, with his back to the
wall, chose Bullet Bob Turley. a
21 -game winner during the reg regular
ular regular season who was knocked out
In a riotous first inning of the
second game when tht Braves
scored seven runs to make it a
lark for Burdette.
"He's gonna do it," Stengel
predicted. "We've been down
before but when there's a tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow there's always hope
Stengel referred to the 1956
World Series In which the
Yankees lost the first two
games to the Dodgers but came
onto win with the help of Don
Larsen's historic perfect game.
The only difference Is that the
195d Yankees were all square
mt 2-2 after four games and
took a 3-2 tea on Larsen's no no-hitter
hitter no-hitter In the fih game.
In fact the only precedent for
a Yankee victory goes back to
1925 series when the Pittsburgh
Pirates fell behind to the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators, three games to
one, but won the series' by win win-nine
nine win-nine the last three games.
The odds-makers, however,
were betting It couldn't happen
again. They were laying 5-1 a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst the Yankees winning the
series but made New York a 13 13-10
10 13-10 favorite for today's game.
Stengel was expected to bench
left-fielder Norm Siebern, whose
three fielding lapses led to all
three Milwaukee runs yesterday,
In favor of 42-year old Enos
Slaughter. In an effort to get
more punch into a Yankee line lineup
up lineup that has produced only six
hits, three by Hank Bauer, in
the last 18 innings, he also was
expected to start Jerry Lumpe
at third base and put EIson
Howard somewhere in the line lineup.
up. lineup. Manager Fred Haney.-stlll re refusing
fusing refusing to say his Braves have
the series clinched, said he
would-go with the same lineup
that routed Turley in the sec second
ond second game. This means that Bill
Bruton will be in center field
and Frank Torre at first base.
Burdette, already the only
pitcher in world series history
to beat the Yankees four
times, aims to add still anoth another
er another chapter to his short but
fabulous series story. In four
previous games, all complete
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:20
"The Seven Hills of Rome"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Gary Cooper Diane Varsi
"10 NORTH FEDER1CK"
niARI O HTS. 7:00
Belinda Lee, Michael Brooke
"THE SECRET PLACE
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:00
Peter Greaves Lita Milan
Karl Maiden Natalie Wood
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"IN THE MONEY" and
"PHENIX CITY STORY"
CAMP BIERD 7:0
Ann Blyth Paul Newman
"The Helen Morgan Story"
SEVEN HILLS OF
with Mario Lanza
SADDLE THE WIND
witr Robert Taylor
against the Yankees, he has
yielded a total of 28 hits.
He has pitched four straight
seven-hitters and allowed only
six earned runs. His earned run
average against them is 1.50.
Te run salt into the wound,
the one-time Yankee farmhand
capped the Braves' seven-run
first-inning rally in the second
game of this series with a three three-run
run three-run homer. The only pitcher in
series history who have better
records than Burdette are Jack
Coombs and Herb Pennock (each
5-0) and Lefty Gomez (6-0).
Burdette had only a 6-7 rec record
ord record at the mid-summer All-Star
break but finished the season
with a 20-10 record. Turley, one
of the hardest throwing pitchers
in baseball, ran up an early 15-3
record but was comparatively in ineffective
effective ineffective during the last two
months of the American League
Spahn, Burdette's roommate,
pitched one of the great games
of series history yesterday to
give the Braves their 3-1 lead.
He allowed only two hits a
450-foot fourth inning triple by
Mickey Mantle and a single by
Bill skowron in the seventh in
beating the Yankees for the sec second
ond second time in this series.
After today's game, the series
scene, if more games are neces necessary,
sary, necessary, shifts back to Milwaukee
where the sixth and seventh
games are s c h e d u led for
Wednesday and Thursday. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Is an off-day for travel.
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UPI)
Facts and figures on the 1958
Braves, National League cham champions,
pions, champions, vs. New York Yankees,
American League champions.
Winner First team to win
Results to date 1st game:
Milwaukee 4, New York 3 (10 in innings);
nings); innings); 2nd game: Milwaukee
13, New York 5: 3rd game: New
York 4, Milwaukee 0; 4th game:
Milwaukee 3, New York 0.
Remaining games and sites
5th game: at Yankee Stadium,
Oct. 6; 6th and 7th (if necessa necessary),
ry), necessary), County Stadium, Milwaukee.
Oct. 8. 9.
Starting times New York
games start at noon (Panama
time); Milwaukee games start at
2 p.m. (Panama time).
Series favorite Milwaukee,
Fifth game favorite New
Fifth game pitchers Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, Lew Burdette (20-10)
New York. Bob Turley (21-7).
Rival managers Milwaukee,
Fred Haney; New York, Casey
Umpires Al Barlick, Tom
Gorman and Bill Jackowskl, Na National
tional National League; Charley Berry,
John Flaherty and Frank U U-mont,
mont, U-mont, American League.
Radio and television Via
N.B.C. Radio-TV Networks (TV
announcers: Mel Allen and Curt
Gowdy: radio announcers: Earl
Gillespie and Bob Wolf).
Financial figures for fourth
game: attendance, 71,563; gate
receipts. $434,479.07; players'
share, $221,584.33; commission commissioners'
ers' commissioners' share, $65,171.86; clubs' and
leagues' share, $36,930.72.
Financial figures for first four
games: attendance, 239,018; net
receipts, $1,423,616.74; players'
shares, $726,044.55; commission commissioner's
er's commissioner's share, $213,542.51: clubs' and
leagues' share, $121,007.41.
ft today VZ
Anne BAXTER In
Maureen O'HARA In
with John Hoyt
With Mara Corday
with R. Burton
GOSH OF CHINA
with David Brian
Yanks Can't Ever
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UPI)
No wonder the Yankees have
so much trouble with Lew
Burdette's pitching they
don't even know how to spell
his -name correctly.
The Yankees' official pro program
gram program for the World Series lists
Burdette as "Lou."
For the Yankees' informa information,
tion, information, the "man" spells it
AB R H PO A
5 112 2
Aaron, cf, rf
Pafko, rf, If
36 3 9 27 10
AB R H PO A
3 0 0 1 0
Ntw York (A)
0 4 4
0 0 0
0 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
29 0 2 27 12
A-Called out on strikes for Rich
ardson in 7th.
B-Popped out for Adcock in 8th.
C-Ran for Covington in 8th.
D-Called out on strikes for Ku
bek in 8th.
E Popped out for Kucks in 8th.
E Kubek. DP : MacDougald,
Kubek and Skowron. LOB Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee (N) 8, New York (A) 4.
2B Aaron, Pafko, Logan, Mat
hews. 3b Mantle, Schoendienst.
IP R E R
XFdrd (L.( 7 8 3 2
Kucks 110 0
Dickson 10 0 0
Spahn (WJf 9 2 0 0
xFaced two batters in 8th.
RBI Mathews 1, Spahn 1. BB
Ford 1 (Crandall), Kucks 1 (Cov (Covington),
ington), (Covington), Spahn 2 Siebern, Ford).
SO Ford 6 (Mathews, Aaron,
Spahn 2. Adcock, Covington):
Spahn 7 (McDougald, Fod Sibern
inston), Spahn 2 Siebern, Ford).
LP-Ford. U Flaherty (A) plate;
TWlick (N) first base; B6erry
(A) seond base; Gorman (N)
third base; Jackowskl (N) left
field; Umont (A) right field. T
2: 17. A 71,563.
EARLY OOT After winning
only one of 10 last fall, Nebras Nebraska's
ka's Nebraska's football team upset Penn
State to quickly show it was
vastly improved under a drill
master, Bill Jennings.
TODAY- ENCANTO -35-2(5
Glenn Ford Jack Lemmon
- Also: -Dan
LOVE IN THE,
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GUN BATTLE AT
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L. f-fes-s? I- HfMM Wtq spun ", i, 1
Baeza Smashes Riding Record
With 7 Victories In
'"W"-1-4'"1 W M' Wo- -' i 7,.;, 'v
GALLOPING HOME The Haras San Miguel's native cham champion
pion champion Romancero gallops home an eight-length winner in the
$3,000 added one mile Arturo Delvalle Classic yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the President Remon racetrack. Braulio Baeza, who
won seven races to set a new riding, record, has the leg up on
the chestnut son of Keyhaven-Jam Roll.
Saturday's Collcgt Football
Dartmouth 13 Pennsylvania 12
Princeton 43 Columbia 8
Rutgers 21 Colgate 7
Holy Cross 14 Syracuse 13
Villanoba 21 Boston College 19
Navy 28 Boston U. 14
Army 26 Penn St. 0
Brown 35 Yale 29
Cornell 21 Harvard 14
Carnegie Tech 19 Bucknell 13
Delaware 35 Temple 14
Juniata 20 Alfred 0
Coast Guard Acad. 12 Norwich 0
Gettysburg 14 Lehigh 14
Bloomsbcrg 32 Mansfield
W. Va. Tech 41 Liberty St. 9
Lafayette 27 Muhlenberg 14
Allegheny 6 Wash, a Jeff. 0
Penn Military 13 y. Maryland 0
Oberlin 21 Swarthmore 12
Trenton St. 38 Lincoln (Pa.) 12
Shippensburg 14 E. Stroudsburg 0
Westminister 46 Waynesburg 0
Moravian 30 Wilkes 8
Slippery Rock 14 Clarion St. 12
Lycoming 41 St. Lawrence 9
Massachusetts 36Brandeis 14
Susquehanna 6 Ursinus 0
Albright 14 Lebanon Valley 14
Geneva 12 St. Vincent 12
Westchester Tchrs. 63 King's 7
Clemson 8 .Maryland 0
N. Carolina St. 26 Virginia 14
Georgia Tech 14 Tulane 0
South Carolina 24 Georgia 14
Duke 15 Illinois. 13
V.M.I. 12 Richmond 6
Tennessee 13 Mississippi St. 8
Auburn 30 Chattanooga 8
Davidson 8 Citadel "6
Presbyterian 18 Wofford 14
Florida St. 27 Wake Forest 24
Alabama O Vanderbilt 0
Louisiana St. 20 Hardin Sim. 6
Miss. Sou. 24 Memphis St. 22
Miss. 21 Trinity (Tex.) 0
N. Carolina Coll. 14 Morgan St. 7
Johns Hopkins 20 Franklin a M 8
Virginia Tech 27 Wm. a Mary is
Virfinia St 14 Bluefield St. 6
Middle Tetin. 10 Westn. Ky. 7
Tenn, Tech 22 Morehead St. 7
Eastern Ky. 14 Murray St. 8
Michigan St: 12 Michigan 12
Westn. Reserve 52 Betheny 18
TEMPERS OF THE TIMES
UK BAT6 MTV' T- H
Kent St. 14 Ohio U. 6
Northwestern 28 Stanford 0
Wayne St. U. 7 Case Tech 7
Ohio St. 12 Washington 7
Pittsburgh 13 Minnesota 7
T n ... n -II A I .
iuw xo mr rorce Academy
Nebraska 7 Iowa St. 6
Colorado 31 Kansas 0
Wisconsin 50 Marquette 0
Ohio Wesleyan 13 Akron 0
Muskingum 33 Denison 15
can si. i4 Wooster 6
Baldwin-Wall M u .,,,., no
, ...... j.,. liqvcil ..,
Toledo 13 Louisville 7
Bowling Green 25 Dayton 0
Western Mich. 30 Marshall 24
ueorgeiown (Ky.) 33 Hanover
Bluffton 35 Defiance 0
Wittenberg 27 Heidelberg 20
Ohio Northern 24 Wilmington 0
Kenyon 16 Otterbein 8
Oklahoma 6 Orpunn n
Notre Dame 14 Sou. Meth. A
Texas A&M 12 Mi
Texas Christian U Arkansas 7
Miami (Fla.) 14 Baylor 8
Purdue 24 Rice 0
Texas 12 Texas Tech 7
Tulsa 34 Arizona 0
New Mexico 44 Mnntono 1
Ariz. (Tempe) 16 W. Texas St. 13
Wyoming 15 Denver 12
uregon St. 14 U.C.L.A. 0
California 34 Washington St. 14
Colorado St. U. 32 Brigham Y.
Idaho 20 Utah 0
Hard-riding Braulio" Baeza yes yesterday
terday yesterday added another page of glo glory1
ry1 glory1 to his brilliant riding record
by winning seven races in ten at attempts
tempts attempts at the President Remon
racetrack. This was the first time
in the history of local horse rac racing
ing racing that any jockey had won more
than six races.
Included, among Braulio's tri triumphs
umphs triumphs was a victory on Roman Romancero
cero Romancero in the $3,000 added one mile
Arturo Dejvajle piassic for three three-yearjold'
yearjold' three-yearjold' natives, 'Homaricerb ; was
considered so superior to his on only
ly only two opponents, He'nco and Pan Pan-cho
cho Pan-cho Lopez, that no betting was ac accepted
cepted accepted on the race; Romancero
easily won the race with Henco
second and Pancho. Lopez last.
Romancero turned the mile in
a creditable. 1:42 the same time
made by Bacancito in beating the
track's top class -horses. Perdula Perdula-no,
no, Perdula-no, ridden by Baeza, was an ea easy
sy easy winner in -the nightcap for sec second
ond second series horses. Baeza's other
winners were' Lobo. Del Veeinn
Baremo, Jabalina and RutiianteJ
was seconat witn ; unto ana
Hostigador and out of the moneV
only once.v with- Fudge "Girl which
wound up fourth in the first race.
Lobo s $8.20 to win was the
day's best win dividend as favo favorites,
rites, favorites, and second choices virtually
swept tne card. ,;
1 Clajucha ?., $2.40
1 Mar Bravo $3.60
1 Pangal $7.40 $4...
2 Renata $5.20
First Doubla: ill. 40
1 Rutilante $2.20, $2.20
2 Zutphen $2.20-
1 Jabalina $3., $2.20
2 Marcelita $2.80
1 Romancero (No betting in
1 Baremo $4.80, $2.60
2 Abolengo $3.
2 SEVENTH RACE
1 Del Veclno $4.20, $2.80
2 Michungo $4,
Sacond Doubla: $9.10
1 Ciria $4.80. $2.80
2 Chito $2.40
1 Lobo $8.20, $4.
2 Guadalcanal $4.20
1 Bacancito $7.. $3.60
2-rHostigador $3.20 .
1 Perdulario $2.20'
2 No Place betting.
Chanel. Hill N.C. (NEA) Co-
capt. I'hil Blazer, left tackle,
leads six senior North Carolina
HORTA. FAIAL. Azores Islands
(UPI) The Canelinhos volcano
erupted last night with a series
of loud explosions that spewed
streams of laval and columns of
cinderi from the crater a on this
Azores island. The eruption shook
nearby buildings but no casualtuesl
Editor; CONRADO. SARGEANT
NBW YORK, Oct 6-CUPl)
Series facts and stax:
Poor Whitey i Foidl The
Yankees rate him as one, of
the greatest pitchers In their
proud history but he is the on
ly hurler in the elub's history
who has lest four World Se Series
ries Series games.. .Pitchers who lost
three were Waite Hoyt and
In a severf-rame series, onlv
one team ever has come back
w : .''.. ,.
from a 3-1 deficit to become
wnrlrf MiomnlAn., 'T Vi a
Pittsbureh Pirates fell behind, S
,VMWjnwu t I 1 t :. VW
1, to the Washington Senators
but won the last three games.
That, Incidentally,: is the last
world champ ionshlps the Pirates
ever won. .They haven't been
in a World Series since -W27
when they lost four In a row.to
the Yankees. 1
Yankee tlcketmen say the dif difference
ference difference between a crowd of 69, 69,-000
000 69,-000 and 71,000 tor a World Se Series
ries Series Gram at Yankee Stadium "Is
how many fat men are in the
Dieacners une Qinerence in
the crowd is mostlv In the
bleachers but it can vary 3,000
depending on the number of
standing room tickets sold.
Gene Conley, :j-6. with the
RUBDOWN Casey Stengel
kept massaging his chin dur during
ing during the World Series. The Pro Professor's
fessor's Professor's brain went on over overtime
time overtime trying to keep up with
himself and what the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves were pulling on
his New York Yankees.
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Brave8 thJbi yew, li 'reported
considering a return M n 1...
Mnou fiinvint Boston Celtics
. ..Western Tlninn fi.ii. ...
wiey are moving about. 500,000
,.- -W-VWQ 0W
rvuiuo uft on me series. -'
Yankees hn tni ... kit."
in the Series are Elston Howard
u uuy is-uDeic., .ubeK also :
a c vuiy .iwo errors
KT V. ."n"ef M
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I man in min :
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'I didn't a-et. a. hit.'in ,. 1. ir
levauicq Ana i. n that doubl
uie eignm inning real good.
ow iimyue ... 1 m on my way"
injiuicwx iiwprtvi rna kamm.
the Yankees with a 10tl-lnnln
ui lourut game last
year and strarir v iki.
the seventh game onc he start-
Hank Bauer's 17-game hit hit-ttag
ttag hit-ttag streak ended when he
went o:forrVfaOJng to hit a
ball out of the Infield, but
Hank Aaron, stopped tt Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, started anew with a
double and alnrl In 4.r..
" vim wa ICS
San ToDnlna- tniinnn.ir.
owner of the Yankees, nicked nti
ie entire tab for Injured ex
outfielders who lost-their duels
cuui in -woria jseries
competition t Yankee stadium
include Pete Rtesnr nt t. rj-
?in i947. and ne WoOdllng
of the Yankees In 1950, so Norm
Siebetti shouldn't feel too badly.
If this Series doesn't go seven
games it will h t.h r.t .ui
one" since 1945 when the Giants I
ght."Braves' BU1 Bruton, r
Pflmpfi m Hnwn tA Ann v:
a Z I w w UUa
ror Third Game
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Probable startlnr lineups for
the fifth game of the World Se Series
ries Series today;
. ... MTTUrtTr ;
Covington, If .'.
, .Torre, IB ;
. Logan, gs
: Burdette, b'
- Slaughter, if
, Lumpe, 3b
Umpires Al Barlick
plate: Charley Berrv
Tom Gorman (NL) tb; Johnny : v"
Flaherty (AL) 3b; BiU Jackow-'-'
ski (NL) and Frank Umont (AL) ?n,"l
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'" fi"-i TAILBACK? Sj$gp: DXXHZ
By JIMMY BRESLDi
vww BRUNSWICK. '. N J. .--
(NEA) Back fa 1891, Frank
(Pop) Grant. Rutgera taasa oj
on tr led mlehtuv -to swp
Princeton wedge formation and
wound up with a DroKen teg.
A they carted mm on ine
field, Grant, ar oenuea a rep rep-reaentatlve
reaentatlve rep-reaentatlve at the school which
founded f ootball In ,1869, said,
"I'd die to see Butgers win this
ed it to form football! most fa famous
mous famous phrase "Die for Dear
This Is only one. of the many
bits of tradition which can be
nrnunterea on ht w
Rutgers campus, avery pi
turn football lore te upon you.
One merely has to peer over the
ton of a Manhattan at. the fa-
T. ... 4a a V.
CUlty llOUSe loungo v
Hnt. ncter which 1 proclaims:
"Grand Ball Match! Rutgers
Princeton! Pltu ceton
OroundS. 2Vt O'CIOCK. AamiBBiou
The uninformed say it is an
ad for the first game of football
.r ia-ved. Les Unger, the Rut-
gers historian, sneers
Thr no'ster is for the second
game, played In 1870," he says.
Bear's 'Bama Team Great
Coming Out Of Tlie Huddle
that It would be suicide to start
before. s-'r i; ?
."It isn't bad now, but. when
iayilght saving ends It is bru brutal.
tal. brutal. We do everything under the
lights and- it ruins your passing.
The kid throws all week under
liphts.? Then, on Saturday he
passes in tne aayngnt. it s an
Recent history shows you don't
buL'3 blc winners if the boys are
held In classrooms.
- Austin, cadet colonel in -' the
frnooJ's-Alr Force ROTC,"was
stuck late drilling. This situation
seemed to wear on quiet, pipe-
smoking Stegman. For Austin is
the type, one prefers having a-
This smallish, trim-legged 20-
year-old Is Rutgers' throwback
to the days or All-America Hom
er Hazle and gridiron glory In
the season opener against
Princeton he scored twice, pass passed
ed passed for two more, ran. 40 yards
with an interqepted pass and
made eight key. tackles from ms
Some claimed It was the fin finest
est finest one-man performance
Princeton's 'Palmer Stadium had
ever seen. And they boosted the
Rutgers tailback over Dick Kaz Kaz-maler,
maler, Kaz-maler, a Princeton. All-America
of-recent vintage, stegman, who
coached both, concurs.
Sy HARRY CAY$OM,
NEW YORK (NEA) The old
Alabama man had just returned
from Mobile, where he saw the
one-time fearsome" crimson .Tide
lose its first football game unoer
Bear Bryant He was n a t a i y
standing up and cheering.
"The Bear hat a new wrinkle."
he told' Buff Donelli of Columbia
at Leone's. !'He calls it adoubie
huddle. After huddling.' the Play
ers lineup a yard short of the
hall. The center and strong aide
end take their positrons first and
men the interior linemen ,na
backs snap into theirs with mili-
Mir j lireuuus.
I never saw a team iook so
good getting up to the ; line of
scrimmage. .and do less after
getting there." y
"Some times coach has trou
ble getting a team up to the line
of scrim ma Be," consoled uoneui.
Bryant's first Alabama edition
managed a field goal from the
eight-yard line in the second pe
riod and went to the flresun
room at the half leading, 3-0. But
Louisiana State took over' In the
second half and won going away.
with rare exceptions since
those glorious daya, however,
Rutgers has been more or less a
minor factor Ml the sprawim
national college football picture
and one tradltioh-soaked visitor
The answer came when Billy
Austin, the .Scarlet's talented
168-pound tailback, quickly lac laced
ed laced his shoes, buckled on hip
pads and trotted out of the lock locker
er locker room to begin practice. It was
5-40 p.m. Any college football
team worth Its scholarships Is
finished practice by this hour
and is headed for dinner and a
round of evening skull sessions.
w nan't start until 4:30,"
Coach Johnny Stegman explain explain-on
on explain-on "we've eot a load of engi
neering and pre-med students
here and so many have late labs
feSRemains IBC Meal Ticket
Wi,?lo Patterson Se eks Spots
if?-. iA?rr-Trc .. mmkmy- .. . ....
Peoole not Jteadfc wj4
L it tniich during the yar
."Vl," Jr. come uo. with
L.rtment stores nave a sons
,ing ; there i counter
jof the toy department. Or you can
'"paper, mayoe eVeu
rXrchie Moore has -never held a
I Arcme v Beeds
tnht tn tlffpn- thn ancient,
It wasjttne'f Hiwrt jw
spread the impression loya was
to be the new Joe Louis., Since
then hehas come .back
field more than somewhat.
.. . '..;l:.nU Arrhitt is
nre With" him. the interna
tional Boxing Club 'can always
get a little1 match by hierely pick picking
ing picking up the telephone .'and getting
him at his San Diego diggings.
In the i midst of ; Investigations,
The thing coaches like about
Jilm," Stegman mused, "is the
way lie runs when trapped. He
puts his head down, and gets
low. like he was going off
tackle, and drives for every yard
he ca nget."
Austin moves like a natural
athlete out of the Rutgers single
wing. While not a natural throw
er, he has learned to Become
more than adequate.
A lightweight, he has abso absolutely
lutely absolutely no nro aspirations why
kid myseir, tney re just too Dig
for me" but as far as the scar scarlet
let scarlet is concerned he is giving
them something to boast of for
one of the few times since Pop
Grant was ready to put every
thing on the field for Rutgers.
Along The Fairways
Paul Dietzel has Louisiana
State running from a double wing
with 6-1. 197-oound BUlv .Can
non operating t as one of the wing
backs. Dietzel, who played for
Miami of Ohio and coached at
Cincinnati. Kentucky and
considers the 20-year-old Cannon
the finest back he has seen in col
"Making Cannon all the more
annoying," commented tne old A A-labama
labama A-labama man, "is the fact that he
Is an outstanding blocker."
feuds and all, Moore is the IVC s
saver. . ...
Durelle, the tougn nova co."
fisherman, is a, strong Dooieo
plugger. But ne can pe nu uj.
And Moore figures to do well
ooolnot that kind.
rhrictmax. at thev aav. on uec
in. And. of course, somewhere
.rnnnri the middle of January
he'll be looking for a quick match
rn thn Pacific coast topay ex
penses for ebruary
nh and neariy
M?rw time" Jack Kearns
for au oi ui- a. -
y-rior.irt.M'"th; match and
Zi" u rm there.
an '-s"v;;;; when he's 50.'
k. match for' ioyd
. hVraoa. the 23-year-old: heavy-
weighfe&champion 70UJ .n
!LeiV!n.ti of BI training,
i.rter of a mtuioil
KnVnt nobody ever
m ..iiiABrt Tiuaa aim v,v vv .,
I ogmie" ..h pust6mers
h, acceptawe w fCST.H
vwtk irrae nwii
WHh Archie Moore, ttiere .are
,lv two problems. Money and
K opponent he hasn't knocked
an $ oppyuuv -,-agn,.l.htl
ut. Of ma 1wsv7"7r,j
f Air.r.TH.rold Johnson, Tony
5 "ill- .nd Nino Valdeso
Aniuuu, ,f Tnhnnon SO
S Z h i habit.
5e d vUSs jnlxand he
Y.nt tftOK aoan VBiura r
I round go in Las Vegas. .....
' I very m f v" t.
record the impression is g
S ole "thfeteaZ-of all Ume.
.When the Durelle match was an an-,e.
,e. an-,e. the' only people who have
Jounced, the record book was fin-
ed.H -that in the past five
been able to handle Archie were
t Rocky Marciano, who had to come
f M Se floor to do it, and Patter-
rf. who put together his onesi
A FT.OYD PATTERSON-INOE-
MAR JOHANSSON heavyweight
title match la definitely in me
works ... and will come off no
later than next June ... with
the slueetoK Swede prepared to
ienore -hls rematch clause a-
gainst Edaie Macnen u ne
get the title shot .;. a big tax
deaj figures In the maneuvering
At least two conege ,uiww.
jiii-ector are responsible for new
rarale daaale offenses ... after
cueing their coacnea iney a
onen un the aame to compete
with the pros..,.
r.hnok Connors, the first base
man-turned-cowboy in TVs
"The Rifleman." was never one
to discourage easy ... even aner
he Joined the Brooklyn organi organization
zation organization in Montreal a dozen
years ago; got a batting prac practice
tice practice pitcher .to lay 'em in there
i he could wallou a half dozen
balls In the stands to Impress
skipper Clay Hopper; tnen wait waited
ed waited until the other players had
cone so he could snower wim
. .i i mmrn
Hopper ana una gut nuw jic vo.o
doing "we're gonna sena you
down tq Newport iNews," gruneu
Hopper between lathers. "Better
work- on that curve ball.".-.
"He," Connors throws up ms
hands, "thought I was a pitch pitcher!"
Rest back on tne ruggea Au
burn team Plainsmen coacnes
onnfide. is a BOOH lUIIDarK
named Ed Dy as, who's only get
ting a shot at a starting ion ne
cause Ronnie Robbs got hurt. .
and Shug Jordan is not only a k
smart coach but a tremendous re recruiter.
cruiter. recruiter. And Shug gets plenty of
help, as the successive three-year
sentences for too vigorous prose proselyting
lyting proselyting make crystal clear. Auburn
has bulge by being situated only
18 miles from the Georgia line, so
gets a solid whack at the material
of two states."
a PITTSBURGH (NEA) One
"av a boy playing ai i """";
V.j former nrofessional ball
a. player who has been scouting for
a major lerfgue club since 1947.
The scout followed him from
u hm lnwer erades on up and on
one occasion had him attend-his
dub's tryut camp. The boy jm jm-'
' jm-' hps ed evervbodv and his club
ad the first chance to sign him
The scout begged the .boss to i dp
this, but he believed VthC boy
should start in the lower minors
for a $4,000 bonus. '
The club didn't get the boy at
that ',. price, and Bill Mazeroskl
4went to the Pittsburgh Pirates
How careers turn: One night
at a football -Giants' training
Minn in Minnesota, a young
prospect turnea up ai me ooor
of assistant coacn Aine ner
man's room, bags packed..;
"I'm going home," announced
Frank Glfford. -I'm not aoing
any eood." ... "Walt," caution
ed Sherman. 'Give It one more
same before vou make your oe
clslon," . The Giants played
ihe Lions in an exhibition, and
Glfford reeled off a couple of
long runs.,,. In the dressing
room. Sherman' approached
rrank: "Made up your mind
now?" . ; n think I'll sUck a
round a while," said Glfford, six
years and a Hollywood
Big reunion a long way from
home in Raleigh between Jim
Crain, an end at North Carolina
State, and a man coming in
with the Virginia team... the
man being; Cavalier coach uick
Voris, a Santa Cruz, Calif boy
who once had Crain on his Hart-
nelL Calif., Junior College team.
When the New York Giants
began playing In Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium a eroundskeeper asked
Well Mara, "How do- you want
your field next Sunday, boss?
Fast or slow, spongy or hard?"
'What do you mean?" weirs
eyes popped "wen, we ai-
avs fixed it up for tne people
before you (the Yanks of the
All-America loop)."... That's
nothing Michigan still claims
Forrest Evashevski grows the
grass so high in iowa siaaium
to stunt their speed ... that
they lost three footballs in xne
Latest enroll In the rootDau
Writers Association la ferian
eonerly . the wife of Chuckin'
Chuck of the Glanta .,1'Who
files reports on the doings of the
pros back home to the paper in
Clarksdale, Miss.... v
SEAGRAM RINGER TOURNEY
Mobs Ausnehmer continues to
lead the ladies in the Seagram's
V.O. Ringer tournament now
underway at the Summit Hills
Golf and Country Club having
lowered her score to 98 at the
end of the second week of play
Jack Smith took over the lead
ership among the men with his
six unaer par o.
In second place, four- strokes
behind Smith,,. -la. cjub, p?exy
Frank Day who has 88. .Ted
Jordan's 70 puts him in third
place, and Bill Conger rides, in
fourth place eight strokes pe
hind Smith at 72. ft
Mrs. Ausnehmer's nit rest
competitor is Pat Waring who
has a 102. Velta Sharp is resting
In third place with her 104.,'
Mixed Scotch Foursome
Two of the youngest golfers
on the isthmus travelled to
Summit last week to form
winning combination In the
monthly mixed scoth foursome
golfer tournament. Darcy House
and Babe'Marquard led the way
with a very neat 83 net score to
take home tne first place silver silverware
ware silverware furnished through the
courtesy of Mercurio's.
Betty Coleman and Jack
Smith's 67 won them the second
place honorsr with Shirley Za-panclc-Bill
Conger and Louis
Thomas-Don Hause finishing In
third and fourth places respectively.
Chuckles In The News
United Press International
ORPHANS SEE SERIES GAME
MILWAUKEE (UPD- Two or
phans from St. Joseph's Orphan
age had grandstand seats for the
World Series opener Wednesday to
prove- once again that crime
doesn't pay for the criminal.
The kids got the tickets when a
judge gave Harold Torke the
choice of paying a $50 fine or do do-nating
nating do-nating to the orphanage the tick
ets he wa accused of trying .o
BRYANT PACED A MORAL, I
PROBLEM at Alabama, where
football has olummeted for four
years. The Tide won only four
eames the past viree, autumns.
Bryant, called the other end be because
cause because he played opposite Don
Hutson at the Capstone, contends
that he arrived too late from Tex Texas
as Texas A. nd M, to do much recruit recruiting
ing recruiting this year.
"But Bear has a tough haul,'
said the old Alabama man," "be
cause the situation is vastly differ
ent from what it was in the glo
ry snd New Year's Day Bowl days
of Wallace Wade and Frank Thom
"Alabama pretty much had the
run of the state then, but by now
Auburn has captured the imagina
tion of the section's youngsters,
THE OLD ALABAMA MAN has
good reason to suspsect that Au-
Army.burn will not lose its momentum
at least for another two or tnree
campaigns. There are too many
stickout lunlors. sophomores ana
freshmen for any sudden change.
"You have to be there to rea
lize the enthusiasm," he went on.
"Whn Auburn was voted the na nation's
tion's nation's number one team in a na national
tional national poll last year, a trophy was
presented the school some time
after the season's end. Auburn is
a little bit of a place, but there
were 12,000 people in Cliff Hare
Stadium on a rainy day. Most of
them had driven more than SO
OUT OF SHADOW -Stepping from behind Frank Kremblas,
right, and into the calcium's glare is Jerry Fields, left, who
assumes the quarterback role for Ohio State. A shoulder
separation suffered in the Southern Methodist squeaker
shelved the top man and passer for at least two games.
"Do you realize that this is the
only college team where the name
of the town has gained general ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance as the name of the
team?" The Tieers wear API on
their practice jerseys, but if you
speak of Alabama Polvtechnlc in institute
stitute institute no one knows What you are
"When Shug Jordan walks out
on-the field before games, the
band strikes up "High and Migh Mighty.'
The tougest kind of opposition
has fqjind Auburn to be just that
In IS consecutive games.
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SHERRJNGHAM. Ens. fUPIl-
Pupil Roderick Saunders did not
collect his perfect attendance
prize at a secondary school
Wednesday. He was absent.
BIRD FLIES IN STYLE
AUCKLAND. N.Z. fUPH A
specimen of the New Zeland wing wingless
less wingless bird the kiwi, took off today
for a 14 000 mile flight to a Lon
don zoo. A Osadian Pacific air
liner was doing the work.
Amazing how a wonder? boy
like' quarterback Bernie Faloney
eot to Dlav with Hamilton, the
standout of Canadian football
this year . after a previous
stretch with Edmonton in the
West When Faloney left for
a hitch in the U.S. Army, the
Edmonton, front office fouled up
and simply forget to file his
name on the reserve list
which enabled Hamilton to pick
him up as a free agent, .
Biggest tug of war on tne
Baltimore Colts has been the
front office plugging for Dick
Szymanskl to play offensive cen
ter and the eoachlnr staff in
listing Buss Nutter was their
man;... V; .:ft 1 J'
x Between you'n'me, Frank Glf
ford is making more on his net
work radio contract as a aide
line to his grid performances
this fall than he made in his
first five years as a Giant..,
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
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Complete Prize-winnlnx Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2065, Sunday, October S, 1958
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" Si "B" of 26 pieces each.
$ 7,800 00
. 156 00
Approximations Derived From First Prize
SI S'lf f Si
1235 526.66 1237 526.66 123 526.66 I 1241 526.66 1243 526.00 1246 520.06 1248 520 00 1250 520.00 1252
1236 526.66 I 123S 526 00 I 1240 520.06 I 1242 526.66 I 1245 526.60 I 1247 520.66 I 1249 520 00 I 1251 520.00 I 1253.
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
$ t I i S S t t t s
6186 266.66 1186 260 M 216 266.66 ,1186 266.6 41S6 266.06 5186 266.06 6186 260 00 8186 260 00 9186 266 06
7177 136.66 7176 136.66 7181 136.66 713 136.6 7185 130.00 7188 130.00 7190 130 00 7192 130 00 71"4 130.06
717 130.66 I 716 136.06 7182 13166 7184 136.06 7187 136.66 1 7189 130.06 7191 136 00 7193 130.00 7195 130.00
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
S f $ . I I ." $ s
6382 156.6 1382 156.66 2381 156 66 3382 J 56.66 4382 156.06 5382 156.6(f 6382 156.66 8382 156 00 9.182 156 00
7373 104 6 7375 164.6 7377 14. 737 104.66 7381 j- get 7384 104 00 738 104 00 73S8 104 on 73 104.00
7374 164.06 737 164.66 7378 164.66 7386 10) 00 7383 104.00 1 7385 104.66 7387 104 00 7389 101 00 7391 104.00
Priie-wlnnlng Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were so Id at: The 1st. Panama, 2nd. Panama and 3rd. in Veraguas
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 4 and not included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.
The whole ticket has fiftj-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" & "B"
Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama, JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
The Representative of the Treasury JOEL MEDINA
WITNESSES: Luis E. Malangola Ced. 8-28585
Antes Ramos Ced. 47-26980
ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Public, Panama
PABLO A. PINEL
elrjher iddW only to tho First Prize.
The First Prize and the 2nd and 3rd Prizes ire drawn seoarately. The so
proxlmation are calculated on the first, Second and Third prizes In case
a ticket should carry th numbers of each prize, the holder is entitled to
claim payment (or each.
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, Odober 5, 195S
Drawing: Number 18f
Firgt Prize. .
The prizes will be nald In accordance with the Offlclsl l.lst of Panama In
the offices of the National Beneflclenl Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
PLAN OP ORniNARYTVRAWINGNoTof.6WHTH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1958
Divided lr two series of 26 frsrtlonn ench denominated
1 first Piis, Series A and B of
1 second Prize. Series A and B. of
1 Third Prize. Serie A and B. o
' 18 Approximations. Series A and B. of
ft Prizes. Series A and B of
SO Prizes. Series A and B. of
MO Prizes. Series A and B. of
J2B Onn oo each series
7, son 00 each series
3 nn on each series
2R0 no each merles
1.300. 00 each series
7S 00 each series
26 00 each series
IS Approximations, Series A snd B. of S AX H each series
9 Prizes, Series A and B, oi 130 no each 'fries
IS Approximations, Series A and b, of $
ft Prizes, Series A and B. of
12 00 each series
,S O0 each aeries
S 1.340 0a
Price of a whole ticket $2600
Price of a fifty-second part $. 50
PRIZES ARB PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
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FOR WFORMAnOIfcTELEPHOKZ 2-0743
FOSTER'S Cettaee. one" Larie
Buck Heuoe. On mil past (hi
Casino. Phono Selboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cortaoea
Stirt Cloro R. 4 P. Pkene p p-name
name p-name J-I 177 Cristobal 3.1671.
FOR RENT: Chalet for office,
buiinati or ttert, 7 roemi, perch,
fange, No. 15, 34th Street.
Hout for rent in Paitilla. Fur Fur-nithed
nithed Fur-nithed three) bee'room house,
two hatha, enclosed garden. For
details call Panama 3-7974 after
FOR RtNT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Via Porras
No. 120, opposite SAS. Phene
FOR RENTs 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
beech front San Francisco d la
Caleta, Ave. 2a. No. 1, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
kitchen, independent service.
San Francisco da la Caleta, Ave.
la. No. 43, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Two room office
suit, 41 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the' Panama Insurance
Co. bldg. across from HMti El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
electricity, oievator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phone
Mis. Mary Coleman at the Pa Pa-nanca
nanca Pa-nanca Insurance Co. 3-0136.
TO YOUR AOVANTAGI: About
to build place for OFFICES,
BUSINESS OR STORE, according
to your need and taste. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable rent. Phone 3-1759.
50.00 furnished apartments.
North American neighbors, yard,
parking fracuently transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. 2-3343 3-0471.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautiful furniture Du Duplex.
plex. Duplex. Near bus stop. Tel. 3-2085
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Beautiful two-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, dining, living, kitchen,
porch, two baths, maid's room
and garage. Call 2-4696, 8 to
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Field & Stream
By JOE STETSON
The professional dog groomer
takes a dim view of wasting
time when trimming toenails.
He me'rely sets the trimmer at
the correct length and snips.
Nails that have been growing for
a time usually have the quick
extended well down the nail and
jthe quick is therefore cut. The
application of an astringent
pCwder stems the bleeding. The
job is done quickly and, so far
a the operator is concerned, ef effectively",
fectively", effectively", ';"'
allihoutOrittlVt t the
proper Jengthtejelopment and
maintenance, oi. gooa ieei ae
pend upon the halls not being so
long as to cause toes to deflect
bi Ipse their ability to contrib
ute to normal locomotion.
a trood nail trimmer is a help
M instrument in shaping nails
to proper proportion, but the
non-professional doing his own
trimming: can best use tne trim
mer by cutting back only to, not
through, the quick, which can
easily be Identified as the soft
rubbery part on the under side
of the toenail.
Nails that have been allowed
to grow too long are not short
enough when thus trimmed.
They must now be filed back
carefully leaving less protection
,for the quick which will soon
shrink back and allow further
filing. Once properly shaped,
shaped, the nails can be quickly
either filed or trimmed if done
at frequent intervals.
I object to "sudden death"
trimming. It causes dogs to be become
come become foot shy. Any such loss of
confidence is not good. Bench
dogs will shrink from having
their feet handled in the ring.
Field dogs will put up a struggle
if their feet are Inspected fqr
cuts or burrs, or to remove a
Dogs should be handled from
puppyhood in such a manner
that they have utmost confi confidence
dence confidence and can be handled a a-round
round a-round the head. eyes, ears and.
of course, feet, and submit
mildly to medication by mouth.
Dont wait until Just befoie
showing or working a dog to cut
Gibraltar Life Ins, Co.,
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
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O FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenn, HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. do to Oeaa AjeNe. p.00"-" 5eJUl1T!; v?n5na?
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ATHIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICE: llth Street and Amador Gaerrero No.
FOR SALI: Old.mebile 1950,
four door sedan, RtVH 350 Cam Cam-bee
bee Cam-bee 283.
FOR SALE; 1955 Pontiae,
hardtop, Cataliha coupe, fully
equipped and in new car condi condition,
tion, condition, want to sacrifice, for elder
car, trade in. Call Balboa 2-2472.
FOR SALE: 1956 Opel Station
Wagon, good condition. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Call 3-7342 office
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
FOR SALE. Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Rem en
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Mrs. Nona White: Your visit ac accounting
counting accounting -department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
Herman Foster, please contact
Agencies Otis McAllister, where
there is something of interest
BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
, 7 DAI.
an, air fare,, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave yt Tues, and FrI.
TeL Panama 3-1661,!
Teams W L
Pabst Blue Ribbon 1 5
Boyd Brothers 10 6
Camel-Winston 10 6
Ideal Bread 10 6
Turco Products 10 6
Canada Dry 9 7
Bass Shoes 8 8
Orecha Music Stores 8 8
Garnis 7 9
c- '"nia 6 10
Atlas 4 8
Ebonite 3 10
155 Central Ave.
broke Into the print
With built-in Universal
COMMUNIST MAKES APPEAL
Think Braves V
NEW YORK, Oct. lUPD
i ThP Milwaukee BrPves are "in"
i so far as Broadway bookies are
They are not accepting any
more Milwaukee money on the
i Braves winning the World Series
; but are offering 5-1 odds to
. those bettors who still feel the
' Yankees can win the champion championship.
ship. championship. For today's fifth game, thr
, Yankees were favored at 13-lr
In man-to-man betting.
BUDAPEST. Hungary (UPD
Hungarian Uomnfunist Party Chief
Janies Kadar appealed to Hun Hungary's
gary's Hungary's "pt-tite boureoisie" t h e
lower middle class Saturday night
to give "active support" to his
regime. In a f ia;gn spee-h
for Hungarian deletions scheduled
fa-Nov. 16 Kadar said "it is im impossible
possible impossible for one single party or
one 'ass alone to build up a So Socialist
cialist Socialist society." "We also need
the peasants the intelligensia and
last but no1 least the active sup support
port support of the urban petite bourgeoi bourgeoisie."
sie." bourgeoisie." be sid.
THOMPSON TO LONDON
MOSCOW (UPI) U.S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador tj Kussia Llewellyn Thomp Thompson
son Thompson flew to London yesterday to to-attend
attend to-attend s regional conference of
American ambassadors. ThomD-
son was flying by way ol FVank FVank-"urt,
"urt, FVank-"urt, Ge-many He was expee'ed
to remain in London (or several
Pabst Blue Ribbon 4 Atlas 0
Last season's champs, Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer Bowlers, took
over the .first place in the league
Spotting, the Atlas aggregation 73
nins proved no handicap t the
Blue Ribbon Malt Mixtures, 'who
were only pushed in the first game
which they took, by 17 pins.
Dee Carter and Blackie Miller
both rolled 500 scratch series plus
579 and 553 hdep. And Maid en
Minnie Carter sent 518 of timber
off the lanes. With Joe Bicbe
absent Scottie Mc Mahon pinched
bowled 'a 522 set for the Atlas
quintet, and he was supported by
Mim Smith, with 502.
Camel Winston 3
Sylvania Spark 1
J. R. Reynolds five packs of
Camel. Winston and Salem smok smoked
ed smoked to three; wins", out of four.. Only
in the last game ;did the cigarri cigarri-llos
llos cigarri-llos failed to .register a win. This
'hree point pickup placed the
Camel Kids into a -four way tie
for the second slot. The dolls in
the smokers lineup took things
easy and the guys did the heavy
work of removing the lumber
from the lanes..
Tiny Lindy Lindenberg lifted 531
Jesse Pate punced on 524 pins and
Jerry Hill made it 550. In the
camp' of the opposition, the Syl Sylvania
vania Sylvania Electric Spraks, the two
damsels' did the work. Seftorita
Carmen de Flores was the starlet
with 565 and Joan Dauphin 501,
with Ernie Wolitarskv helping the
I ladies in distress with 574.
Boyd Brothers 1
Canada Dry 3
After spending a week on the
top rung of the ladder of team
standings, the Boyd Brothers lost
their balance, and failed to collect
nremius in three of four attempts
and came tumbling into that over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded second olace. Onlv in
the finale were the Policy Writers
an' to collect any.
The nemisis of the Boyd Broth Brothers
ers Brothers were four nf the Canada Dry
powerpacked Hi Spot soft drink-,
ers. Bruce Haler was esnecially
rough on the'BB's. with a 203 line,
scratch series, and 616 hdco.
His better half Jinneu tabbed 529
nd Mimi MetzPer had it all over
her man, George with a 557, and
Mannv Fernandez flaunted a 540
to complete the rout.
In the 'neuo of the Boyd Broth
ers, the Karst duo, Paul and Jua-
mta n"t together 557 and 539, and
the old youngster Curly Bates was
" 'here with 532. All three had
their best games In the finale
which Soloed in salvaging at least
Grecha Music 4 Ebonite I
The Grecha Music Makers had
plenty of everything, plenty of
volume with a 2950, three-game
total, plenty of harmony with
everyone hitting over 500, plenty
of rythm when every game was
close to 1000 mark. On the other
hand the Ebonites had plenty of
tough luck, because their 2810 total
was enough to beat every
one their foe.
Vi Rudy of Grecha played auite
a tune of the pins. Her prelude
was a 216 game, a chorus of 167
with an encore of 202 for a 585
scratch composition. This display
of bowling was one of the best
showing of the weaker? set in
any league. Her hubby Don had
a 529 scratch, and Lo Glud 505
Tn fit a ItanHnojiea n1umn T
au iiauuiveip .vuiui a,
Rud 648, Bev Halliday 599, Helen
Glud .573, Lou Glud 559. and Don
Rudv 571. Although the Ebonites
weeelvefl ;10T pin. handicap -; and;
aitnougn two or tneir memDers
went over 500 scratch and three
over 600 hdep they- dropped all
four points. Burt Devau and Bruce
Morrow of tne railroad round
house rounded out 501 and 500
scratch, and 609 and 605 hdep
Fred Martjnez upped his average
witn a czo nacp ana Bess snepra
PACIFIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE
One Eye Open
On Eye Open 0
Lucky Dreamers 4
FOR SALI: piece Rattan
bedroom set, ohene Balboa 2765
after 4 p.m. on Friday, all slay
Saturday anal Sunday.
T 7300 Kenmort
Sale Priee $99.00
2 7440 Kenmort
Deluxe Automatic -10
Salo Price $229.00
1 7420 Kenmoro
8 pound capacity
Salo Price $249.00.
1 563592 Kenmoro
Deluxe Automatic Washer
10 pound capacity
2 Spaed control
De most rat or
Sale Price $227.00
3 7810 Kenmoro
Sale Priee $188.00
ON SALE AT OUR
LOS ANGELES STORE
USE SEARS EASY
SEARS ROEBUCK, I.A.
FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandali 8 1 -bass
accordion with case; perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Hen at 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa. 1
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds,
reasonable, house 5422, Diablo.
FOR SALE: Light plant, 9 kw,
1 10220 volts I phase 60 cycle;
. $400.00 A.C. generator 1 kw.,
110-volts, 60 cycle. $40.00.
Motor IVi h.p. 60 cycle brand
now $70.00, various other tools
and equipment, 76 1-1 Balboa
FOR SALI: Piano, Upright,
excellent tone; good condition,
$100. 2-267J after 5:00.
' 0774-B Williamson PL. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Baby articles, sew.
ing machine, automatic ironer,
camera, adjustable dress formn.
3-6526, after 5.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
, table, six chain studio touch;
coffeo .table, lamps, bamboo
chairs, cabinet. 0918 Amador.
Road. Phone Balboa 2-3166.
FOR SALE: A living reom.iuit
and a couch bouse, 2264-B, Carr
WILL PROMOTE ARMY
JAKARTA, Indonesia fUPH-
President Sukarno siad today
that his government has shifted
emphasis from economic and do
uticai problems to concentrate on
forces. Speaking at an armed
forces dav ceremonv featurin? a
fly-past of 15 Communist-built jet
lighters and bombers. Sukarno
said Indonesia had to build up
military sirengtu to win respect
Call And Deer
DENVER (NEA) calling
aeer now is recognized as a fas
cinatlng way of hunting-.
Calling can be an aid to old
fashioned stalking and still
Calling deer Is not easy. Just
as one learns skill that call
ducks, geese or crows, so must
one develop the know how In
A Denver sporting goods com
pany reintroduced deer calling
to American hunting. The first
modern, deer call, based on the
long-tested Indian model, was
nrst offered by this concern In
The tone produced by the call
Is most, important. Why deer
come to the call la unknown, but
hunters, report deer bleating In
answer,. .., ;
One of tha most Important
features of th tone produced Is
"flutter." As a deer bleats there
is a slightly rasping; fluttering
quality in Its voice. The Indian-
type call, with a reed that origl origl-rally
rally origl-rally was the inner bark of a
cedar tree, now a special size
rubber band reed, supplies the
flexibility to produce the flut flutter
ter flutter quality.'
WANTEDS) experienced ao.1
'. count en t. Write starting axse-
Hence to Leika, Apartada 3031,
rename, .r,i,i ;rf.:.
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You get lervices the same day
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Complete, lasting repairs'. All'4
make of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellis William and Alfonso Shirley
Under new management
Balboa Beauty Shoppo
Tuesday October 7
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
. Betty Roe . -Introducing
new Gyre -Later
The oldest Independent TV Senr Senr-ieo
ieo Senr-ieo in Panama, and the. Canal
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Prompt scientific treatment on
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, WANTEQ: r Efficient femala
bookkeeper with experience and
good references. Interviews from
2 to I p.nt. Irving Zapp Co., SX
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Wanted young accountant k
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r Besides accounting training must
bo bilingual and experience In
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a well established comeanv.
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TV, Panama 2-3142.
Ideel Broad 3 Bats Shoo 1
The Lucky Dreamers Damsels
blinded the One Eye Open gals
with an array of four 500 series.
and the dreamers are all alone
in' first place .in the Friday morn morning
ing morning loop. The opener was a run
away for the Lucky Dreamers, the
second one was close with only 19
sticks separating the two teams,
and 14 maples in the getaway
game completed the rout.
For the Lucky Dremers Eba Lee
launded her 503, Anita Passon
packed away 553, Norreen Jones
.lolted a 558 and Anne Hill heaved
556. For the Blinded One Eye
Open, Marcella Plucker plunked
557 pins, Nancy Mokray moved off
the lanes 547 sticks.
Broadsides 3 Beauties 1
The Broadsides fired a broad
side against the lumber and
smothered the Beauties by the pin-
fall by a count of 3 to 1. In the
Eo-home same the Beauties as
serted themselved and won their
only marker. A trio of princess of
the Broadsides wore the mantle of
supremy, when Betty Mc Clound
made it and then Dottie Crudhup
crouded in 545, and Margot Arthur
added 509. The beauts of the
Beauties were Daphne Bauers 538
and Mimi Metzger'536. The tramp
led in the cellar.
, Gutter Gals 3 Tha Roses 1
This was a spine tingling thril
ler all the way. despite the fact
that the Gutter Gals grabbed the
count by 3 to 1. In he opening
IOWA CITY, Iora w (UPI)
Sixth-grade arithmetic pupils In
Davenport, Clinton and Keokuk
ngureu out mat a stack of one
billion $1 bills would be 78 miles.
4,826 2-3 feet high.
t t in f'timmiri -Vn n l
MOSCOW .fUPliTher-: Soviet
ores? yesterday hailed the birth of
the Republic of Guinea : In West
Africa s a new and glorious
page" In "the long struggl
against colonialism." Guinea, led
by Moscow-educated Premier Se-
kou Toure. declared l'self mde
pendent last Sunday by voting
against the new French constttu
tion. It was the only French over overseas
seas overseas territory to do so. The So Soviet
viet Soviet Union has recognized the new.
state. Radio Moscow said katur
We always have a complete line of PERFECTION
kerosene stoves and replacement parts.
For your country home and for camping, there is
nothing like a good kerosene range.
Special prices for our C. Z. friends.
After dropping the opener the
Ideal Bread wrapped up three
loaves of winning points and
they ioined the cramful second
soot. Earl Freund and Jim Rec-
r tonic charge of the Bread
Bakers' putput with 514 and 504.
ner the initial game the Bass
Moccasins of Maine found the
road rough nd now are ven for
the season. Frau Elsa Kelishman
id Don McGuire were tops for
the Shoe makers with 518 and 511.
Turco Products 3 Garni 1
The two teams were evenly
matched with only four pins dif differences
ferences differences In the handicap but with
he league leading bowler, Bill
Nickisher rolling as a s h a m p.
swamped the Garni in the first two
games, but the Garnis rallied and
sneaked in a 10 pin win in the
nightcap. Bill Nikisher tabbed a
561 scratch and 579 handicap. For
the Garnis it was chubby Mac Mc
round he Roses had a long stem
count of six sticks. The Gutter
Gals came right back and won bv
21 pins and the last one bv 29
The ironic part for the Roses
was that four of their buds bloos-
somed into the 500 club. Dolores
Castr from 15 ND nabbed 502,
Helen Streeter stretched her pin
fall to 506, Wally Morgan contin
ued her steady outpout with 521
and Dottie Chadderton donated
509. The Gutters Gals, heroines
were Nellie Waltz's smooth 541.
Leone Stechlers 522 and Bea Bal-
Martian 3 Alloy Cat 1
The Alley Cats started out all
right whipping the Martian Maid Maidens
ens Maidens in the first round. But the
Martians up their forces and
smacked the Feline Fmmers for
the next three points. This puts
the pussy very close to the base basement.
ment. basement. Not a single Alley Cat could
break into the 5C circle, Dolores
Taylor was the closest with 498.
However a trio of Martians of
fair ladies were balls of fire, with
Billie Dais 518, Charlotte Dodson
514 and Erna Foster 501.
DEATH TOLL SET
BTPT flVLTW. Vnirnalavt. nTPT
Authorities'yesterday placed the
final death toll at 61 in the blast
and iire that ripped through the
Podvs coal mine in eastern Ser
bia last Wednesday. The explosion
trapned 213 miners underground.
Further rescue efforts were aban
doned today after four days of
around-the-clock operations that
resured In the rescue of 152 men
Officials said 36 of the rescued
miners are still hospitalized with
burns and bruises.
ettJE-HOUND Joining th
If rowing parade "of TV .crime
, hunters is mm vetera,,Graig
stvm: decorativeiy ? assisted
- by Lola'Albrighti. Aa "Peter
r.unn". NBC-TV7Cfalg playf
' i.raUnvMr'and murder clue
bound.! Lola playa a nigboluv
singer, in an alter-nours jouh,
Professor, graduate of University
of California, M. A. degree front
, Oxford, secures excellent results
tutoring college and college pre- L
paretory aubjects. Phone Panama'
2-1451, Mr. Franci Fielder. ; .0
alwmnana cioanes w mw
someday snay: kt the Ajweaicataj
landscape, howsang atosaee m
actor atrf a4j-powml
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Blast Clinton High Into Shambles
ATLANTA, Ca., Oct. 6 (UPI) Violence erupted again yesterday at Clinton,
in.f after two .uneventful years of integration.
I Three carefully-placed explosive charges ripped Clinton High School in the pre-
lawn hours, leaving it an untenable shambles. There seemed little doubt it was the
. vvprk of the integrationist underground, a fringe element which has been denounced by
- th great majority of Southern leaders and citizens.
I The Federal Bureau of Investigation quickly entered the case.
Gov. Frank Clement offered a $5000 reward for information on the bombing and
pledged full support of all state agencies in the investigation.
This was the fifth major bombing in the South so far this year. Jewish cnterr
rjiVe been dynamited at Jacksonville and Miami, Fla., and at Nashville, Tenn., along
with a Negro school at Jacksonville. The FBI took no part in investigating those cases,
which still are unsolved.
Meanwhile the legal struggle to
maintain school segregation conti continued
nued continued in Virginia and Arkansas. A
key -court decision was due today
in the Little Rock case.
A" n Wuhington, the Su Su-prm
prm Su-prm Courl today began a
ttrnt in which it will again takt
up rh racial issut. Among tht
' bonding cases art apptals from
Arkansas, Dalawaro, Virginia,
iana dealing with integration.
Tha' eichth Circuit Court of
Appeals was expected to rule, to today
day today on a request for injunction a a-painst
painst a-painst the leasing of lour Little
Rock schools to a private corpor corporation.
ation. corporation. Spokesman for the corporation
said it wouid make no move un until
til until af'er :hs court ruled. Secreia Secreia-ry
ry Secreia-ry &en lsgrig Jr. said in the e e-vent
vent e-vent oi an adverse decision 'he
group would go ahead with plans
to open classes in private build buildings
ings buildings and "v;e hope to have the
schools opened this week."
The corporation's attorney, Leon
Catlett, said public donations were
"coming along fine," although he
declined to give a total.
Four Negroes tried to enter a
white Baptirt church in Little
Rock yesterday, but an usher re refused
fused refused to admi' them. It was the
second Sunday in succession that
such an attempt has been made.
The Rev. Dale Cowling, pastor
of the chinch, said in his opinion
thr NpToes wer n-s""r'" o
make the aMempt by "extreme
pressure groups." He has urged
in his sormens that the Little
Rock schools be opened on a de de-segregntrd
segregntrd de-segregntrd bais.
" Meanwhile Clement immediately
made pla"s for. "positive action"
to find school room space for tne
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870 students of Clinlon High
Among the students .are 11
Negroes who btgan attendance
in 1956, touching off an out outbreak
break outbreak of racial chaos that re required
quired required bayonet-carrying Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee National Guardsmen to re
Segregationist leader John Ras
per was in the forefront of the
1956 ami integration fight in Clin Clinton.
ton. Clinton. Ha la'er served a jail term
for his activities.
School authorities and District
Attorney J. H. McCartt estimated
the damag at about $300,000.
Several classrooms were destroy
ed, along with a new laboratory'
as boiler room, and a boys' wash washroom.
Rule-s. book? and papers were
blown through shattered windows
and sca'terfjd over the well-trimmed
rchool law. Metal ockers
were twis'ed "pretzels."
The walls and roof of the build building
ing building wore buckled.
Officials at nearby Oak Ridge
offered the use of a deactivat deactivated
ed deactivated hiqh school for Clinton Hiqh
students. Clinton .authorities
pledqed the facilities of a .Na .National
tional .National Guard armory across the'
street from the battered Wgh
school. Classes alto may be set
up in churches, an official said.
Mnnwhile. in other intpgration intpgration-troubleH
troubleH intpgration-troubleH narls of the South, court
a c ions wi re pending.
In Virginia, the National Asso Association
ciation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People prepared to" move
to re-open sic schools closed in
Norfol'i by the state's "massive
resistance" statu". Similar
has ben taken regarding schools
in Charlottesville and Front Roy-
Clinton authorities had not de determined
termined determined Hie type explosion used
or the number pf persons involv involved
ed involved in ? school blast, but police
officer Jess Brandon said 'V
smells like dynamite and I've
sr-''d plenty of it." i
Othnrs said the explosive might
hnen rvirnohll pViorrt
used in mining operations because
(here is li t tie damage of fire.
Fire fAarihi.1 Virgil Kittt sal d
the blasts were "definitely a
professional job" and those re responsible
sponsible responsible "definitely knew 'the
layout of the school."
Police Ooubted that one person
could have set off the three
charg? at such short intervalf
at sucn widespread spots.,
The Tennessee Bureau of Crim
inal Identification began sfting.
through the wreckage but agent
Walter fiearden said the investi investigation
gation investigation wis being hampered by
the dinger that the walla might
collapse at anytime.
"We have some evidence but
nothing that would lead us fo a'nv
specific individual." Beardert said.
School officials, meanwhile,
were faced wi'h finding ct ct-rooms
rooms ct-rooms for the students. "We'll
open up but I don't know when or
wher," spid Principal W. D. Hu Human.
man. Human. School board chairman Francis
Moors summoned the board 'no
session Monday nieht o deter determine
mine determine what course of action o 'fol 'follow
low 'follow in reopening the school.
Human s?id the buildine would
have 'o he "earefullv inspected"
for str;ic'nrji defects before re repairs
pairs repairs coul ". be s'arled.
The fchooi's student council
president Calvin Hill, said he
' "o..-- :ce and shocked" at
Hill said the students had at at-tendd
tendd at-tendd eltss hrmoninu'v dur dur-In
In dur-In tli pas several months.
"The has been no trouble at
aM among the students' he
Clin'nn's intp"ration trouble"! be be-?an
?an be-?an 'n 'S.M vhen sejregation'st
leader Ki" r- ind band of ci'i ci'i-zens
zens ci'i-zens from Clinton an'' mi'tvinc v
reas trlin fn tvws', 'Ho Metroes'
attendrtnop 'n the hieh school.
Onlv las' weeV sn ev'osinn was
sp off 'n 'he Folpv V'U cotrimH
nily. i Nero section here. No one
Three men were arrested last
ye air and charged with conspiring
to blow up the Clinton school. One
of them, Ed Cline, was convicted.
A Federal court injunction, is issued
sued issued in August, 1956, prohibits
anyone from interfering with ra racial
cial racial integration in the school:
The iniiinction was issued and
made perrrsnent by U.S. District
Judge Robert L. Taylor.
Kasper was twice convicted of
violation of the injunction and
was sentenced to one year in Fed
eral prison in 1958 for trying t0
prevent Negroes from attending
Six other persons from Clinton
and the surrounding area were
found guilty in : Federal court at
Knoxville in July. 1957, of con con-spring
spring con-spring with Kasper to violate the
Of Negro Could
The next war wwy be fought In
outer space, ortd there couldn't
be o better plocc for it.
WASHINGTON (UPI) rfot
just around the corner but far
down the road there appears to
be one decisive home grown
answer to the South's problem of
racial integration of its schools.
That answer would be a resound
ing "aye" yi favor of integration:
it could and may come from in
creased political activity by south
ern Negiruea. The Negro vote al already
ready already is a political powerhouse
in the United States.
James A. Farley always was
easy in his mind during FDR's
campaigns when he could figure
he had the Negro, vote going for
his candidate. Farley estimated
that tu Negro" vo'e was the bal balance
ance balance of power between parties in
17 substantially industrial states
outside the South.
Southern Negroes are more
numerous actually and proportion proportionately
ately proportionately than are Negroes in the
North. Disinterest, disfranchise disfranchisement
ment disfranchisement and one thing and another,
however, so diminished voting
activity by southern Negroes that
hey hid practically no political
impact. That situation began to
change some time ago and the
change continues it an accelerat accelerating
ing accelerating pace. The federal civil rights
law of 195? was intended to speed
the movement already under way.
The Naiional Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People is
campaigning to register three mil million
lion million southern Negroes for the 1960
presidential election. That regis registration
tration registration in 1P56 was about 1.300,000.
It is calculated that in 10 south southern
ern southern statfs plus Texts there are
about 9.T00.O00 Negroes and 27,500, 27,500,-000
000 27,500,-000 whita persons, 75 per cent
of the aggregate population being
white and 25 per cent. Negro. The
percentage of Negroes in these
states is calculated as follows:
Virginia 22-ppr ct-' Tencee
16; Arkansas 22: North Carolina
South Carnti" .? Oor 31-
Florida 22; Alabama 32; Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi Louisiana S3; Texas 13.
It is obvious that if Negroes In
any of thosr states other than Tex Texas
as Texas and Tennessee voted their
potential strength and voted to toother,
other, toother, thev w"'H become a ool ool-itical
itical ool-itical power of tremendous pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities That is what may come about
and w'th i', perhaps, pressures
on the sou i hern political structure
so severe as to bring about a
real two party system. Moreover,
in local elections voting Negroes
might pi): in'A state capitals and
county coithduses officials as
enthusiasn'cally in favor of inter intermingling
mingling intermingling the races as some of the
present otice holders are opposed.
News stone occasionally come I
out of the South indicating that
political leaders are beginning to
give serious though to th" likelv
coming role of the Negro. The left
wing liberal wing of the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Par y in the North is firm firmly
ly firmly tied to the Negro vote, although
Republicans have begun again to
share s bit of it.
November 1956 election returns
showed that the Eisenhower-Nixon
ticket, had Improved its situation
over 1952 in significant New York,
Chicago, Philadelphia and Detroit
Negro districts. A majority sup supported
ported supported the Democratic presidential
ticket, but a larger proportion in
1fls than In J952 went to K'sen
Political stature of the Negro
voter is Increasing in the North
as well as in the South It was
estimated, a yelr ago that the
nen-whi e (mostly Negro popula population
tion population of metropolitan New York
City had increased 42.5 per cent
since 195,0. The Negro increase
was more than 360,006.
1) As U the spaceman did not already have
nough to contend with, the absence of a protective
blanket of air in space' will post yet "another
problem that of intense heat and cold. In orbit
about the Earth, the side of a ship toward the
Sun will be heated to hundred of degrees; the
aide in ahadow will feel intense subzero cold.
Permanent-apace stations may solve this prob problem
lem problem by rotating, thus presenting each side briefly
o the Sun,' or by a system of light shutters, or
by strips of light reflecting andor absorbing paint
Adequate insulation and temperature controls in
tht interior will be a necessity, Information gained
iron the first satellites, the Vanguard and Ex-
If 1.1 1
plorer, show ; that livable interior temperaturea
were successfully maintained,
V 2) Perhaps even more difficult than escaping
the Earth is the task of returning to It. Traveling
at an orbital velocity of some 18,000 miles per
hour, a spaceship would burn up from friction
upon entering the atmosphere. Ships like the X-15,
ttue to be flown next year,; will investigate, among
other things, waya-of safely returning to Earth,
i Inset shows two miniature nose cones, before
end after a heat test. Nose at right shows the
destructive effects of extreme atmospheric fric friction
tion friction generated at a speed of 4,500 miles per hour
In a wind tunneL The Army has announced that
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" Chop, tl w"w 'JHER1
tests with it Thor missile have solved the re-entry
problem, at least for a mouse passenger,
:3) Returning a satellite to Earth may mvotvaj
a series of dips in and outjof the atmcepnere.
gradually Blowing .he craft's speed. The ship
would "skip glide"; around the Earth on top of the
atmosphere, alternately gliding into it at a shal shallow
low shallow angle, pulling out into apace to cool off, then
entering it again. Jt would finally land as a high
speed gUder, -r
Although the first manned satellite, need hoi
necessarily be a winged rocket, but possibly a
nose cone capsule equipped with braking rocketi
and metal mesh parachutes, advanced aatellitel
willrobably employ the method shown above.
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Bombs Rock Beirut
In Rebel Allempl
To Enforce Strike
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Oct. J
(UPI) Bomb explosions rock rocked
ed rocked Beirut before dawn today in
a fresh attempt by followers of
former President Camille Cha Cha-moun
moun Cha-moun to enforce their two-week-old
general strike against Pre Premier
mier Premier Rashld Karami's goyern goyern-ment.
ment. goyern-ment. ,:
Police reported some 15 dyna dynamite
mite dynamite blasts inside and outside
the quartet controlled by the
pro-Chamoun Christian phalan phalan-glsts.
glsts. phalan-glsts. ,
At least four shops were, darn -aged,
police said, but ho casual casualties
ties casualties were reported, ; apparently
because the blasts took place .be .before
fore .before opening Ijours
Officials said, at least three of
the damaged shops were within
the heavily guarded commercial
district, 'proving the Phalangist
opposition was able to Infiltrate
to the very heart of the business
The explosions were aimed', at
intimidating merchants to keep
their shops closed and thus make
the general strike totally effec effective.'
tive.' effective.' :
De Gaulle Works I
On Final Decisions
For lle7 Republic
PARIS, Oct. 9 (UPI "premlef
Charles de GauDe today worked
on his. final decisions on hove
France will elect its new "Fiftjl
Republic" parliament next month
The new; constitution became law
yesterday when its text was fo
mallv published in the govern
menf's 'official ; journal.H Today
Minister of Justice Michel Debri
places the official seal on a copl
embossed On' vellum And files
with the previous ,11 ednstitutiom
that- France has had since 1789.
A decree issued by the De De-Gaulle
Gaulle De-Gaulle cabinet- last week under
the constitution! "strong mah't
powers went into effect today giv.
Die nollce sweeoinr new- authnri.
ty-to crush any fresh outbreakt of
Algerian terrorism in France.
The terrorist front was relative :
ly quiet. Officials last night an
nounced the arrest .of 14 alleged
rebel agents.' Police aaid they in included
cluded included the men who tried to as
sassinate. Information; v Minister' j
Jacques Soustelle in Piri last
WASHINGTON, Oct, 6 (UPI)
Factory employment showed a
"modest improvement" in August,
the Labor Department reported to today,.
day,. today,. Layoffs declined instead or ris rising
ing rising as is usual in August, and hir hiring
ing hiring increased, the department said.
The layoff rate dropped from 20
to 16 per 1,000 persons employed,
with most improvement shown in
transportation equipment and met metals
als metals industries. (
Hiring increased from 33 to 37
per 1,000, with auto plants show showing
ing showing the biggest increases.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the-M
hours ending S a.m. today 19
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company.:
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RAIN (inches) T
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