The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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"Let th people know the truth anil the country is iajV brauim Lincoln.
24th YEAR
PANAMA, 'RV'P TUESDAY OCTOBER '7 1958
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Bahamas

MIAMI. 0ct" T (UPI) -an-earn
Janice lashed the Bahama
islands w-fb 75-mph" winds "before
churning into the open, tea and
leaving at least one deadaad.un deadaad.un-eounied
eounied deadaad.un-eounied damage in. its, wake.'
VAn inridenlif.ed nilboat skipper
was believed-to have drowned in
Wassau harbor when waves
J ki- 1Cnnt dinOhw Witn.
esses saw the man, estimated to
be in his late 50's, swimming in
the swirling waters. before he dis disappeared.
appeared. disappeared.
From ether parts f tha ,mf,
. faverita far hajwyratfonara and
teuris.; there war raparts at
ewer i lhias, dawn; nnmannaa
' beats destravad and Waal and
.The eenterr'Of the Morm ase4
about 30 to 49 miles west oL 'Nasl
aau shortlv after noon Monday,
At 11 p.m-v it waa. located at- lati latitude
tude latitude ,2.5" nortH,' longitude 76.1
west, or tome 250 milea east af
Palm Beach, Fla. '
Miami ..weather forecasteri' $ald
; Ma U.S." coastal areas were in inv
mediata. danger. ' '"
The? aatd the -tborm was mov moving
ing moving notiheastward at U -miles an
howv Soav decrease in forward
movemert wat reported and the
storm was expected, to undergo
".alight increase in Intensity.
tir Fight Leads
To Fines For 4
It Bsliij Court
til H sov, a.STj 'W
rour Panamanian TOrs ,ii
by' Judge Johrt E. emlng; ay
Balboa Magistrate Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday for fighting and disturb disturbing
ing disturbing the pece -outsde the Bal
boa "Police "Station Saturday
mornings s j
Ildetonso Riande, ?? and Etel Etel-vlto
vlto Etel-vlto Lopea, 21, both Spanish,
were fined 115 each and broth brothers
ers brothers Renato and Waldemar Isl Isl-dro
dro Isl-dro Beluche aged 18 and 19 were
fined $5 each. '
The fisrht arose because cf a
slight 'collision- between the car
of the Beluche brothers and the
car of the other two In Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The Beluches rove straight
over into the Canal Zone and
th nt.her r.ft.r l followed. When
they, reached the stop sign at
the junction of Balboa Road and
naTtiebv street, the mil eot put
of their cars and. started to
fight about it. i- -V
Judge Demlng' 8.1d- he ns-d
ftned Riande and Lopez more
because he felt their action in
followlnf, the. Beluches lnto.'the
Canal Zone had precipitated the
Merit
With his sons at the time was
Tidro a Beluche. president of
the Panamanian-North Amer!
can Society; He was not charg
ed,wlth fighting.' :.; ',;
GOP Plols All-Out
uriYe io Kcccpiure
Control Oi Congress
WASHINGTON Oct t UPI) -'
president Eisenwhoer appeared to to-iiv
iiv to-iiv tit liave assumed leadership
ef a reinvigorated Republican vote
getting campaign oasea on a
Outlines of the all-out GOP
drive to recanturS' control of Con
gress were written-large at the
conclusion of yesterday s White
House, conference1 of the President,
Vice President Richard ;M. Nixon
and Republican Congressional and
, party- leadersV-'tevi's'ft.
In statement eftdor ed ty Eisenhower-
and, .bearing 4 signs of
Nion'a ttademark the conferees'
charged that reelection of a Denv
ocratte congress wouia mean aw
er taxes, bigger spending, nation nation-alization
alization nation-alization of industry and eventual
socialism'' f6r America;
Only elecUon of a Republican
congress, it declared, could main main-,
, main-, tain a "free economy jrigbrously
wnrk."' ''.t'iff4!'i':.i'?-
The Democratic National Com
mittee withheld immediate conv
mentBut Sen. Hubert H. Humph
rey (D-Minn.) confidently forecast
ing a Democratic landslide aext
month., scoffingiy eaiiea tne wnue
House conclave aw "wake''' even
before delivery of s the "political
corpse.'gM
. Detaus ff- theheV;-?OP('' "'
SlauRht remained to be spelled
ut in Cimoalin. soeeches by lead
ing Republicans including the Chief
Executive who plans to exoana
; evn farther his- already large
role U the 1958 political wars

2 Recall Day The Panama American
Printed First Issue 33 Years Ago

--; Tw employea atlll remember the first day "The Pana
toi American" hit the streets. Jt was Oct, 7, 1925, and the
man at the helm was Nelson- Bounsevell, whose name atiU -appears
on the masthead as founder. -''. :.. : :
In office and shop today, 33 years later, employea were',
exchanging birthday congratulations with each other, and
with members t the publisher's family.

Shop foreman George V, Davis has the longest service

' record f anyone, . ,.M )
i' :' Seven days before The Panama American was launched,
'Davis joined the staff of The Panama Times, another
Rounsevell enterprise. Today, he likes to recall that he'd
piled up a week's service in his proofreader's Job even be be-f
f be-f ore publication came off. Panamanian Davis was reared
In the capital city, where he received his education,
Fits A. Myers, now a pressman in the job shop, is another
who remembers the excitement of launching a shoestring
paper with the .dynamic Rounsevell at the helm. Myers had
come from St. Lucia In 1922, and had worked for two years
at the. Mt. Hope Printing.- Plant. He resigned to take a
K chance on the P.A. Except for a two year break in service
20 years ago, he's been on the Job ever sinee,and never
1 fcorry. ' r
' In 1930, El Panama America was born to join the English
paper. And In' 1931; the enterprise was purchased by ex ex-President
President ex-President Dr. Harmodio Arias ahd associates.
; jOn the mastheads, Dr. Arias is listed as director of EI
Panama America, and editor of The Panama American,
-j ''And so, on the 33rd anniversary,, Panama American peo-
''"pie are saying, '"Que eumpla muchos afios mas." :

British Courts
LONDON. Oct. T (UPD A Brit
ish judgo today adjourned for two
weeks a bearing on the validity
under English law of the "quick
ie" Mexitan divorce of tne nana nana-some
some nana-some Marquis1 of Milford Haven,
Prince Philip's cousin, and close
friend 01 actress Eva Bartok.
The judge" observed wryly that
come; travel is making it easir
er" ta sti tucn z4-nour aivuires.
His reference was to the opening
of regular commercial, jet transa-
Milfm-d Havea nd wealthy New
fork -divorcee Roma'ine Simpson
received a divorce frema ahihua-
hua,; Mexico, court in early ; 1954,
two years after they separated in
New York and' four years after
their Washington, u.n., weaaina.
The 38-yeaT-old Marquis ran in
to a certain amount of judicial
skepticism: on the Chihuahua1 pro pro-ceedinz
ceedinz pro-ceedinz when a hearing on his1 pet
ition cpened yesterday.
JuaS Aniuan uavies, ueaiuig
Milford Haven's petition, asked
Do I understand correctly tnai
this divorce was granted the day
after peutioiting?" w i
Lawyer nawaon xempie, repre
senting Milford Haven, : repued
quickly, "Yes Btiy 'lord."
Judse: a on quicK. u was
final decree?" a
Temple: '11. was." -v.
"Had either of the narties ever
been to the State of Chihuahua?"
f'The wife for purpose'- of mak
ing the complaint."
"For 2 hours?
"Yes. my lord."
-The ludee let this' line of ques
tioning go at that point, announc announcing
ing announcing that he waa asking the gov-
Sends Sane Sailor
To Head Shrinker
11 .nilnr Wilfred .Toseoh Bour-
assa learned the hard way about
the evils of strong Hquor.
Bourassii at the tender age oi
"." ot ft drunk that police wno
found him took him .straight
round to Gorges hospital, wnere
thev Vent, him in a osvehiatne
ward for over a weex unoer oo oo-servation.
servation. oo-servation. yt
However, after extensively psycho-analysing
him they found he
was sane enough and had1 merely
heeit celebrating too hard with
a bottle.
.The hospital released him, hav having
ing having relieved his mammoth hang
over considers oiyr, anq ne apoear
ed before Judoe : John E. Dem-
ins at: Balboa Magistrates Court
yesterday charged with being so
drunk ; in a public- Pce as 10 De
unable to care for nis own saieiy
or the safety of others.
It was stated that officers in a
National Guard patrol car on the
limits had spotted Bourssa "act "act-ine
ine "act-ine atraneely '.' eloag the cycldne
fonc npar snaier Koan ana reDorr
ed the matter to Canal Zone Police. 1
The nature of bis actions was npt
disclosed. v :
y The udge fined him $25r i
Heart Attack Fells
Worry 'i Mreaor'i;
, COSHOCTON, Ohio,-Oct. 7
(OTDUS; Rep. J. Harry McGre McGregor,
gor, McGregor, 63, Republican who had rep represented
resented represented Ohio's 17th district in
Congress for. 20 years, was found
dead in his .apartment ; today,
apparently of a heart ailment.
Although the Congressman
had a history of heart trouble,
he had been campaigning ac actively
tively actively for re-election ) :,

Marqui

Questio n

i Quickie Divorce

ernment'? top divorce authority,
tne' socaiied queen's proctor, to
sit on the rest of tne hearings ana
assist' in finding a decision.
Milford Haven, a man-about-Lon
don wiiose name has been espe'
cially associated with that of ac
tress Eva Bartok m the past few
years. 2ave the court a brief, in
timate post-mortem yesterday of
his marriage's break-up.
Mrs. Simpson locked him out
at the end, he said,, and in anotb.
er instance took his British pass
port''
Bawe,rlr te5tiriedr'''"fer:
ne 'iota ner mat ms nonor oictat-
ed they would have to move
from New York to London.
wanted her to go home-with
me. She did not approve of that,"
said.V'She wanted to Jive In New
York.
For a period she managed to
remove my passport. One day I
found a man issuing me with a
summwis for separation.
. Auc ;the summons was serv
ed, the apartment was locked
to me.
Miss Rartok, presently unmar unmarried,
ried, unmarried, gave birth to a daughter out
of wedlock a little over a year a a-'go.
'go. a-'go. "'.; 'v
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Loaded Tanker Hih
Chain Fender
During PC Transit
it was revealM today that a
laden tanker tf anslting the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal southbound on Sun Sunday
day Sunday struck a chain fender across
the lock chamber at Pedro Mi--
gueu The purpose of the chain
lender, which. la iowerea as tne
lock gates open, is to prevent
any likelihood of a ship striking
the gates.
The ship la the Nueva Grana
da, a Norwegian flag vessel car'
rylng a full cargo of petroleum
from. Venezuela to Los Angeles
8he is. 12,801 tons gross.
Divers ascertained that dam
age to the hull was slight and
consisted mainly or scratcning.
The tanker carried On to Los
Angeles and the damage win not
need to be repaired until the
next regular dry dock of the
ship,,-
Canal sources stated that the
chain had been raised prema
tureiy when the ship was almost
m the lock chamber, ana scrap
ed the rear end. The divers' In
spection in Balboa Basin reveal
ed that neither- the keel or rud
der had been damaged.
CI Who Took Drugs
Nyhile n Gorgas
Gets 30 Days Jail
A QJ. from Fort Kobbe was
ialled for 30 days by Jtidge John
trate'a Court yesterday for ore-
serlblng his own drug treatment
when, ne was patient ai uor
gal Hospital. ;:.; vy r V:
lift .i '' .-'
' ine urog, ne was vkkiiik
the court was told,! was mari
juana. Doctors at the hospital
caught him 1 in possession of
marijuana and called Canal
Zone Police. ".,;:' v
fy'tv-,:'d:. "i'Jv!i.,',fir,':;";'wV'-'.:;?;:!
- The man Is James N. McCau
ley. 26 Of 1st Battle Group 20th
tnfantry. He comes from Cleve-
'and, Ohio. He was In hospital

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GETTING THEIR EXERCISE t Adamant students whp refuse to leave the National instftute
went to the ball field this mbrnihgvfor. a game of soccer and to get "the sunlight." In the pic picture
ture picture Ricardo Qulros is adyancing with the ball while Carlos Nunez, secretary general of the

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eKeaams

Bill -Condition

CASTEL CANDOLFO, Italy,. Oct, 7 (UPI) -Pope Pius XII regained hi fuH mental
powers and his power of Speech today in another surprising comeback from the brink
of .death, but a high Vatican -official cautioned that the fraily 82-year-old Pontiff re remained
mained remained "gravely III. J'
A medical bulletin this morning said the Pope passed a generally good night,
despite a brief recurrence of htccups, regained use of his senses, took some food and
continued to improve. It added there were no signs of paralysis.
But it still was an unpredictable battle between life and death for the spiritual
leader of tht world's 450,CK)C!,QOO tlpman C atholics. Heluffered a stroke and a "kidney
crisis' yesterday morning.

Four doctors wh have at
tended him at the Papal summer j
villa here in the Alban Hills
south of Rome since yesterday
appeared to .be waiting cauti cautiously
ously cautiously to see if the Pope's re
markable recovery was a genuine
improvement or the result of the
Pontiff's own formidable sta stamina
mina stamina and will power.
Prof. Antonio uasbarrini, one
of the doctors attending tne
Pope, said no prognosis (fore (forecast
cast (forecast of the course of a disease
and the outlook afforded by this)
could be made for another two
or three days. Medical experts
feared a second stroke might be
fatal. ..
Millions of persons around ine
world, praying for the Pope's
recovery, drew encouragement
from the wording: of this morn morning's
ing's morning's medical bulletin.
it said that his condition "on
the whole continues to improve ,"
that he waa lucid following pe periods
riods periods of unconsciousness yester yesterday
day yesterday and that his temperature,
wise and respiration were nor
mal.
The communique auaea tnai
there were no signs of paral paralysis,
ysis, paralysis, the hiccuos had disap-,
peared ajraln this mornlnr,
and the Pontiff was able to
labs imt food.
church sources added that the
Pope received Holy Communion
this morning roiiowinp- a mi
said in the chanel adjoining his
second floor bedroom.
Msgr. Aneelo Del' Acjua, vaw-
a. n Assistant secretary oi
State, sal the Pope remains
'B-rftvelv Ul."
Prof. Jirmanno Mingazzini,
nt-nioirist and one of the four
doctors whd slened the medical
bulletin. ; said there was "well-
founded hone" tnat tne-rooe
had overcome the "very serious
difficulty represented by a block
age of the kidneys."
"This doesn't mean to say
that he is out of danger yet."
he added. "At the same time., it
's certain that he hps comnlete comnlete-iv
iv comnlete-iv re-acauired the faculties of
understanding and memorv."
, ; The Pope J was reported to
nave been nconecou vester-
day for long periods following
the Initial stroke. "T ;
cThe Vatican City newspaper
Osservatore Romano said that
'he Pone : had "decidedly im
oroved' and 'already was re
questing Information on church

jiauonai jinauiuie, wiea to. siop
matters from Msgr. Dell'Acqua.
The Pontiff was reported
anxious to return to Rome, but
doctors ruled out any such
move at the present time, even
though the Papal villa here is
only about 15 miles by car
south ef Rome and the Vati
can State.
Meanwhile, Dr. Paul Niehans,
a Swiss specialist in the ail ailments
ments ailments of old age whose methods
have at times been controver
sial, arrived in Rome by plane
from Paris tonight and drove
straight to Castel Gandolfo.
There was no immediate in indication
dication indication whether Niehans, who
gave 'the Pope a live animal
cell treatment before his 1954
illness, actually was visiting
the Pontiff as a medical con consultant
sultant consultant this time or simply
paving a courtesy call.
When he reached Rome's Ci Ci-amptno
amptno Ci-amptno airport, Niehans told reporters-
"I can only say that I have
arrived.' I was In Paris for a
medical conference and I inter interrupted
rupted interrupted my stay to come here."
Niehans was with the Pope al almost
most almost an hour. He was beseiged
by almost 100 reporters, camera
and newsreel men when he
emerged and started looking in
the square for the car he -hired
at the airport.
, At first he refused to make
anv comment but reporters per persisted.
sisted. persisted.
"I am a doctor," he finally
said. !l can not make anv state statement
ment statement 'whatsoever except I did
( see His Holiness."
Asked if he would stay in
Rome for visits to the Pope, or
returrl to Switzerland, Niehans
answered: "That does not de depend
pend depend .on me." He did not elabo elaborate.,
rate., elaborate., V
The?' mystery doctor," as many
Italian newspapers describe
hlm.vthen began searchlngvfor
his Cr again, gtill followed by
a press army, he took refuge in
the Oburch of St. Thomas Just
off the main square.
x Tour Italian federal police fi finally
nally finally came to his rescue and es escorted
corted escorted him through the press
harrier until the car wal found.
. Afterward, a brief night med
ical bulletin said tnai me ron ron-tiff's
tiff's ron-tiff's milse-beat had Increased
from. 82 this morning to 102 but

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Still Grave

that his temperature and respi respiration
ration respiration had remained about nor normal.
mal. normal. Blood pressure was given
as 130.85.
No Official Can
Exercise Powers
Of Stricken Pope
(UPI) No official of the
Catholic Church can tempor temporarily
arily temporarily exercise the full authori authority
ty authority of Pope Pius XII while -the
Pontiff lies incapacitated at
his villa In nearby Castel Gan Gandolfo.
dolfo. Gandolfo. Routine Vatican, affairs con continue
tinue continue to be administered by
the Secretariat of State or the
various sacred congregations
of the church.
But decisions which are
within the province of a-Pope
alone must be delayed pend pending
ing pending his recovery or in event
of his death the election of a
Successor.
Such powers cannot be del delegated
egated delegated to anyone no matter
how lonr the Pope might re
main Incapacitated.

Heigh, Oh Heigh Jo Court Went He,
But 5 Days Later, $75 Said Judge
Roberto Cano saw the funny side of It when he ran his
station wagon off Thatcher Highway Into' a ditch last
Wednesday. In fact when a policeman came along half an
hour later, and opened the door of the station wagon and
asked what had happened, Cano was still laughing.
1 The policeman took Cano, 39, Panamanian; over Thatch Thatcher
er Thatcher ferry to the Balboa Police station where he had a hlK hlK-arious
arious hlK-arious time. He howled with laughter when they made
him try to walk on a straight line and he couldn't.
He split his sides with mirth as they asked him to touch
the tip of his nose and he succeeded only in poking his eye
. and prodding the bridge of his nose.
When they charged hint with drunken driving, he still
regarded the whole thing as a big joke.
But when he appeared at Balboa Magistrates Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday after five days In jail he viewed the situation more
seriously. Not the ghost of a smile crossed his face as he
faced Judge John E. Demlng. Nor did the judge see the
funny sMe of It. But he fined Cno MS Instead of the usual
SI 00 In view of the fact that he 'had been In. Jail for five
days.

Assembly

To Act On Pact;

Villarreal
The 'National Institute

state of seige today, but cordial relations existed between
the'adamant students and police officers who are trying
to persuade them to leave the school premises theyfavt

occupied since Saturday midday.

Late yesterday, President de la Guardias adminis

tration moved to implement another of its commitments
with the students bv oresentina to the National Assembly

a bill restricting the activities

chiefs of the National Guard.
Following the presentation of the administration bill,
which was sent to committee for its first reading, Educa Education
tion Education Minister Carlos Sucre was branded as a "Communist"
during the discussion of an opposition bill protesting the
government's closing of the country's high schools last
Saturday. The charge was hurled by opposition deputy
Harmodio Arosemena Forte,
The condition of National Guardsman Teofilo Villa Villa-rreal,
rreal, Villa-rreal, who is in Gorgas Hospital under treatment forfcul forfcul-lejt
lejt forfcul-lejt woundseceivd- Satuard'round midnight lr d-runv
ning gun battle Vitrreei mcit Vicar IhAold Ancon-Com-missary,
was described ias "poor" this morning, '

Members of the Rational Guard
ctiii ernarripd all aooroaches to
the National Institute-' Where an
estimated 80 students,. are still
holed up, refusing V leave. How How-ever,
ever, How-ever, although adamint, they are
cordial to officers of the National
Guard who talk to them through
the Fourth of July gate of the
Institute. .
This morning, a group including
student leader Carlos Nunez took
to the schoo's ball field fpr a
game of soccer.
The students have made no ef effort
fort effort to take advantage of an of of-(a
(a of-(a tn lea vp the Institute by the
back gate with the understanding
that none would be arrested by the
National Guard, but that they
would be searched lor weapons uy
Canal Zone police and tnen re returned
turned returned to the Panama border.
The University stuoems union
last night swung some support to
tht recalcitrant students by cal calling
ling calling a 48-hours strike to protest
the closing of the high schools.
However, the strike call was not
answered by the students of. the
law faculty who met later and
agreed to continue their studies.
Tnhnr nronnizations met last
night and decided to make indiv
idual decisions on wnai acuuii wcj
will take regarding the present si situation.
tuation. situation. They are scheduled to re
port back tonight to me uivic wm wm-mittee
mittee wm-mittee formed by the students
and labor leaders.
The still critically ill guadsmen,
Villarreal, has been submitted jo
sureery by Gorgas doctors wno
have removed, four millers from
his body, including one wnicn pe penetrated
netrated penetrated his heart after being de deflected
flected deflected by a pocket flashlight.
The bill concerning the National
Guard which was sent to the Na National
tional National Assembly yesterday provid provides
es provides that:
i The President of the Republic
is the supreme chief of the Na National
tional National Guard and will appoint its
three commanders.
2. The commanders will autom automatically
atically automatically leave office as soon as
the term of the president who
appointed them ends. Each new

Moves

Poor'
continued under a virtual.
and term of office of tht
President will replace or-reap
point new commanders within
la days after taking orrice.
S. No officer or. member of the
National Guard can participate ,d
rectly or indirectly in commercial,
industrial or profit making orga
nizations, nor engage in pouuca
while holding office.
A message accompanying the
bill said additional bills will be
introduced to Imolement other
phases of the "hilltop agreement"
wun wnicn me -siuueuis wer ap appeased
peased appeased last May.
Panama Minister
In Washington
For Treaty Talks
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 OJPI)
Panamanian Foreign Minister
Miguel Moreno Jr., arrived to to-ri&v
ri&v to-ri&v for talks with the State De
partment on ways of speeding
the implementation oi we xoa
treaty of understanding between
the two countries.
Moreno is scheduled to ifieet
with Secretarv of State John
Foster Dulles tomorrow. He also
will confer with Assistant secre secretary
tary secretary Roy R. Rubottom and with
other department officials.
The ministers said he is espe especially
cially especially interested in finding a a-quick
quick a-quick solution for the wage sit situation
uation situation in the Panama Canal
Zone. Under the treaty, Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian employes are to receive
the same pay as United States
citizens performing the same
work.
The U.S. Congress passed a
law last summer authorizing tha
equal pay measure.
The
Judge's Bench
Leond Fm'itdio Jaen, 19, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was found not guilty by
Judge John E. Deming at Balboa
Magnates Court yesterday on a
charge of vagrancy arising out of
a theit from the car if a group of
soldiers at Farian Beach.
Francisco Antonio Vuelvas, 26,
Panamanian, was fined $10 for op
erating a taxi on Curundu Road
wihoul commercial drivers, lie
ense. For having no operator's 1U
cense at ail Francisco Salcedo,
19, Spanish, who Was caught driv driving
ing driving oh Paraiso Road was fined $15. V
Defective tires on his car cost.
Geraid Oswald Wynter, S3, Pana
manian, a fine of $10, ; t
Benito Sala. 23, Panamanian,
was fined f0 for being drunk, on
Pier 18 Balboa on Oc'. 1. He
pleaded not guilty and claimed
that al'hough he was fighting and
singing, h was not drunk. He
had only had one drink of Turn
but refused with a grin to tell the
judge how big the drink had been.



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Balboa High School principal T. F. HpU. ,. .
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rally promote school spirit to7 our fxr?t football game. When our
hard-working football players wore atnuent red and whje Ber Bermuda
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CHILD LEADERS
Sir:
Many of us have a Bible in our homes, but do we read it care carefully'
fully' carefully' If we did, we would not question current happenings. The
Bible tells, us "ForGod said that it shall come to pass that a child
"Manalohi's way and also his soul because he Jj" J
too wise. His wisdom ha given him a feeling of superiority: over
GOdM?n has made over many of this world's things to suit himself
but who is he in the eyes of God? He is a simple creature wandering
in the vast expanse of the universe.
God is good, and He ha selected a child to lead the ,wr. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes we say that the children of today are stuoid but this is not
o. They are simple and innocent, and that is why God has chosen
Wan with all his ego has accomplished many things, but he has
defied God. For that act he must pay,
God in His mercv shall show us that He is right if we follow
the way of the Lord, we must also follow the way of His dn-

PENFRIENDS WANTED
Several years ago I was fortunate enough to visit Panama and
I think it is one of the most beautiful and interesting places m all
the world. It is .trulv a tropical paradise.
I would like to have some pen tals from Panama and the Canal
Zone and T promise to answer all letters.
So until then, I'll be eagerlv waiting out here on the lone prairie
for some correspondence from the "Crossroads of the World. Thank
you and best wishes from Texas.

SOCP AND SYMPATHY
"Never Interfere with a man and his wife"
That is a saying that is always right.
Now I will relate you what happened to me
And an ignorant woman named Charity.
We lived In a room, my wife and me
In a tenement house in Guachapali
And one of the neighbors happened to be
This stupid woman called Charity.
Now everyone knows in domestic life
There will be quarrels, there will be strife.
And aribther thing that everyone knows
Is that after harsh words, you come to blows.
I had a fight with my wife one day.
When I earner from work, she had gone away.
She was with her mother, I knew for a fact
When her anger was over she would be back.
But until she did,' I had my woes
There was no one to cook and to wash clothes,
I will not deny I was sunk in gloom
When who should appear at the door of my room
To offer me soup and sympathy
But this foolish woman named Charity.
She said that she was sorry to see
The way my wife had treated me.
That a man of my masculinity' -Could
replace his loss quite easily.
The very next day she was there again
And soon she began with the old refrain
So it went, until when I caught up my head
I found myself sharing her board, and bed!
Well the arrangement was not too bad
She could wash-and cook, and she had a job.
That was the status, 'til one afternoon
I returned to find my wife in our room.
I gazed upon her delightful charms
And I welcomed her with open arms.
When who should disturb our felicity
But a most belligerent Charity.
She was very abusive to my wife
She said she had forfeited all her rights.
When she turned her back upon her home
And left her husband all alone.
Then she stated most emphatically
That I ws now her property!
I had to ask where she got the nerve
To make a statement so absurd.
She would not admit that she was to blame
For a situation that caused her shame.
She kept repeating that what made her sore
Was that I had made a fool of her.
She couldn't see what was evident
That she had made a. fool of herself!
The more we argued the madder she got.
She wouldn't reason, she wouldn't stop.
And when she asasulted my loving wife
I gave her the- licking of her life.
She had got -herself In a terrible state
The words she used were a disgrace
But the method I used as you may suspect
Had a most tranquiltzlng effect.
I came home to find the following day
That Charity had moved away.
It didn't disturb me In the least
In fact it was an immense relief.
You know Dhy i Write this history?
As a moral for all like Charity.
' ,If a woman Is Absent from her home
Leav'e her Husband strictly alone.
No matter7 how great the temptation may be
To offer him soup and sympathy.
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LESSONS
"school spirit" as understood by
two occasions in which "school
Mar ell "Tex
Chatwell,
IMiryw gtk Street,.
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By VICTOR RIESEL
The man who had a rug pulled
from under him was busy taking
pictures off some mighty, famous
wails last Tuesaay. While Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams was packing, even his

closest staif members knew not
where the boss was heading The
wora was that he had. turned
down Bernard Goldfine's offers and
importuning, although the indus industrialist's
trialist's industrialist's empire is doing rigm
well.
Of Mr. Goldfine's five textile
plants, lor example, all are pay paying
ing paying their 1,200 men and women
well. One plant is on a three-shift
basis. Tue mills are spread from
i.iassacnuseus to Maine and, a-
long with the branch offices and
auuiinistrative genius.
There were reporis, too, that
lumber and pulp producers had
talked to the austere man to in-
ciuce him to return to the indus
try he left some years ago when
he gave up his promotion and pub
lie relations job in New York to
battle lor public office.
Whatever it is Sherman Adams
does, he must do it swiftly. Blunt
ly, he is broke. But what tnis white
maned man of steel nerves wants
to do even more quickiy is to drift
quietly out of the headlines. And
for the quiet man, it would have
been a quiet week if he hadn t
been whipsawed by labor circles
for months now, labor chiefs
have been belting Adams with
heavy speeches and even heavier
type in their headline-making stat
mnts. Literally hundreds of thou
sands of leaflets and pamphlets
snowtlaked some 10 major union
convention floors blasting Adams.
The labor people chanted quit.
Not more than a week after Ad
ams did his own version of the
Duke of Windsor before the TV
cameras, the "AFL-CIO News"
suddenly found him not so bad a
chap after all. The official voice
of millions of unionists charged
that Adams had really been oust
ed by the conservative wing of 'le
republican party because he I d
been friendly to labor in the past.
it seems to me to be the only
possible interpretation of the pa
per s Sept. 22 editorial. It put Ad Adams
ams Adams in a GOP group "that has dis
played an understanding of labor's
role."
As much as anything else in the
Adams saga, this irritated those
close to the former Assistant to the
President these past few days. Dur During
ing During previous attacks on Adams,
these associates had pointed out
to at least one inquirer, that' Ad Adams
ams Adams was quite a labor expert and
had worked closely with some u u-nion
nion u-nion chiefs for many years.
When he was in the New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire House of Representatives,
Adams was chAirman of the state
labor 'fommitlle. Textile Work
ers union officials had easy ac
cess to him as they did when he
was Governor. When he got to the
House of Representatives in Wash
ington, Adams readily took a seat
on the Labor Committee. Union
chiefs found him easier to deal
with than many of the others.
Then came the moment in 1956
when! Adams, Ambassador Henry
Cabot Lodge and Harold Stassen
made tip the Eisenhower combin-ed-chiefs-to
- staff. Together they
wooed the labor movement. It was
Adams who made the final deci
sion which moved the late Martin
Durkin from the presidency of the
AFL Plumbers Union to the Presi President's
dent's President's cabinet as U.S. Secretary of
Labor th fst union chief to
hold this office.
Only once before had this post
been offered to a labor leader,
That was Calvin Coolidge's bid,
via Herbert Hoover (then Secret
ary of Commerce), to an upcom upcoming
ing upcoming fellow named John L. Lewis.
It was Adams who aporoved Dur
kin's successor, Jim Mitchell, who
certainly hat given labor a square
deal. But Adams turned on the
ice water when the union people
decided to attack President Eisen
hower personally.
The labor chiefs forgot .his old
record until after he resigned.
Then they remembered.
1
When Juias Varna wrote his
famous "Around the World in
Eighty Days," it came out as a
serial in tha Paris newspaper
Le Temps (Tha Timet). The
story aroused such interest that
bets were placed on whether
Phileat Fogg, the book's hero,
would get back to London in
80 days. The Paris correspon correspondents
dents correspondents of U.S. newspapers
cabled home summaries of the
chapters as they appeared.
9 Encyclopedia Brltannlca
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JOIS SHOW IMPROVEMENT
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Factory
emplovmem showed a modest
improvement" in August, the
Labor Department reporiea to
day.- Layoff declined instead of
rising as ia usual in August, and
hiring-Increased, the department
sai,.,;--.

Walter Winchell In

BROADWAY SPOTLIGHT
Katharine Hepburn may return
to tue loo.ljgnis in a new come
dy this season. She's in town talk
ing u over hush-hush. . .Add
Wars: Novelist Pearl Buck scald
ea piaywriem John Osborne in
Tne ijaiu'uay Review. .Don't
worry about Priva.e Presley, folks.
contracts will bring him over
One Milium Bux me first year
he's out a uniform. .Althoueh
Mr. Sinatra was the star of "The
Tendar Trap," the re-issue at The
YorKtown 1 heater advertises on
ly Debb'e Reynolds in the liehts
.No! toward is considering a
cinema version of the best-seller
novel, "The Lndemround Citv." bv
h. u Humes, xne Chiei charac
ter is an American Ambassador
to Ffrance. Mr. Coward would
play tfli role. .Atm Editors 1
Big story at the Metrdpolitan1 Mu Museum
seum Museum of Art. Involves theft of re-
movaole parts of a male Etrus
can s aiue. A female is suspect suspected.
ed. suspected. Danny Cosicllo, one-time Pirate
pttche. was in "Damn Yankees"
along the Roster Circuit this
hummer. .His favorite baseball
character was a former Yankee
pitching star, who after leaving
iew sorK, went to Hollywood
looking f-r a job. .He never had
trouble With the applications un until
til until the last auery which asked:
Reason for leaving last job?".
.To which he would answer:
Couldn't get anyone out."
Add Don't Invites to the Same
Par.y. Agnes DeMille, choreogra choreographer
pher choreographer of "Goldilocks" and drama
critic V'alter Kerr, who directed
the play uth'd by Mrs. Kerr. .
Helen liaye? reportedly complaiiv
ea mac sne couldn't hear her lead
ing man in "Touch of a Poet"
which is the same complain of
an ou '.-of town critic. . .Chums
report that Susan Johnson is ho ho-mg
mg ho-mg hard that Paul Va'entine
doesn't get the lead in "WhooD-
Up." No love lost between hem
since they clashed in "Oh. Can-
tain!". .Terrific camera ma""
in "Fou- D'mensional Man" will
chanse-lhe beau y of youthful
Chicki James into an old hag as
she ;s hich'ened bv the monster.
. .Neal Kenyon of ,"The Boy
Friend" may get rich. Inven'ed a
new gam called "Broadway."
Joni Jame' hottest recording
"There Goes Mv Heart." v
written by Bernv ("Margie!") Da
vis -n iu-'s. .me Bos'on-" or' ics
next week at the 54th S'ree. Thea Theater
ter Theater (nee AdelDhii. .Ozzi and
Harriet assure you that son Rie
ky was nisni-ntM ohont pHnpa
tion. He is taking tui'ion in night
classes st Los Angers Hi?h
School. .Sitfhtt ArnnnH Tnurn.
Arthur Godfrey whizzing along

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midtown streets at the wheel of
ms station wagon while his live liveried
ried liveried chauffeur relaxes in the back
pew. .Overheard at the Mile Milestone
stone Milestone about the bustups of he
Eddie Fishery the Vic Damones
and the S. Davis, Jrs: "This has
been a tough year for singers".
"Don'tche mean for lingers'
wives V"
E. Hilgermeier, who blew the
whistle on "Dot'o" which led to
all the o.nei embarrassments for
quiz shjws, is rehearsing a night
club act. What's he gonna oo?
Blow i nbislle for cabs?. .Nev .Never
er .Never give. up. children, Johnny Til Til-lotson,
lotson, Til-lotson, who was crating oranges
last Summer to pay his tuition
at Flor.da U.. is making pleniy
of perUters singing for Cadence
Reco.-ds. .Show Biz Iz ,Like
Thiz; Young comics Phil Ford
and M:mi Mines opened at Phii-
ly's Latin C&sino the other night
at $750 per week. The same spot
has signed them few. next Spring
at $2,250. .Soundralikes: v "Al "Almost
most "Almost In Your Arms" (the "House'
boat" iheme) and "Where Do 1
Go From You?" . .The big Car
negie Hail concer Oct. 3 is the
5th for orodueers Long and- Fried
man. A year ago they were hot
dawg vendors at Yankee Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Ir Britain when a TV
pe-formei s?ys he "dried" he
means he froze.
How cri ical are critics? Brooks
Atkinson of the N. Y. Times de
voted a lengthy piece to panning
the 1913 theatre season. They'll
eo to see stood movies. "Gig i"
keeps playing to capacity at the
Royaie. wow in rs stn mon n. .
Maxwell Anderson's upcoming
play, "The Golden Six," depicts
Nero when he was a years young.
.Hoilvwood s top mail-puller is
Rock Hudson, they say. Averages
over V)00 missives weekly .the
reported plans to film "Loli'a,"
the novel, is an eyeb"ow-riser.
Its themo makes even sophisti
cates wince. .Old band leaders
never die. Kay Kvser is eaching
at N Carol'na Univ. D'ck Jur-
gens is in electronics. Art Jarret
is in 'lie orange juice b:x. Rich
ard Himber turned magician.
Georcc Olin has a -estaur',t m
Paramus. N.Ji. and Shep Fields
a booking office in Houston
Tex.
Hank Bloomearten. a auiz win
ner m "21 w:U hive his. i"'tial
book. "While We Sleep."-publish
ed by Pnt'u-m hns weeic ex ex-nose
nose ex-nose of medical research funds.
Where the mov goes. How it
is use! tc, .The only fund not
1

New York

meniionea is the Runvon Cancer
und, wJiere medical researchers
ail over .ne wonu now excy
where tho donations go. .And
never expenses of any Kind ue
ducted from the donor's Dollar!;
. .How torgetful can fyou get,
nans:
Jacques Tati is not only the
star ot (he forthcoming film,
ivion uncle," hut he produced,
directed and wrote it. .Mardyn
Monroe s playwright husDand (Ar
mur Millet) likes 10 sit on i
bench overlooking tlie East River
and meditate for hours. .Oscar
Levant would not appear on his
iv program n H wood auring the
recent Jewish holy nights. His
wile June ftmmceed. Herv euests
for ypm Kippur (most sacred of
Jewisn holidays) were producers
jerry warn nd Arthur Freed.
non-Gcn;iles. .Singer Sam Cooke
is be'ng considered by Columbia
Pictures for the Negro lead in
"Last Angry Man." Sammy Da Davis
vis Davis would I'ke the part, but they
say ne s too oia" tor. the role.
. '.Lou s Armstrong starts his 11th
European tcur in Jan. . .Latest
in cnoruj g'ri lingerie: "Poe ry
pan ies.' r.muroidered versus
(Tch-tchi.
The headlines said "Clem," the
wonder racehorse, had won an
other lar; purse. But none of the
pieces we saw mentioned Clem
McCarthy former race-caller aft
er whom the champion steed was
named. Mr. McCarthy is confined'
to a rui sins home at 36 E. 67 h.
His voice wrs the symbol of The
Sport of Kings. .Tin Pan Alley
historians remind you that the
"Oh, Or. Ob" chorus Domlnico
wails in his "Volare" hit, is the
same gimmick that made"Music
Goes Round and Round" a pet.
zz years ago. .There will be ma
ny people who'll claim discover
ing Fra-ice Nuyen of "Suzie
Wong." We hrnk it will be estab
lished that Life-Time photogeer
rnuip Haiman first focused at
tention to her at Cannes a few
seasons ago with a Life front.
Candy Jones of the Conover Agen
cy toolc i from there. .MmMlvn
Monroe gets eight percent and
Tonv Curtis .ceven of "Some Like
It Hot ', .Everybody likes a cri critic's
tic's critic's pry'-'e. but nobody likes cri
tjes, as the saying goes. But cri
tic George F. Nathan reminded
one and all: "It is the function of
the c tic3 to be honest, not nopu nopu-lar"
lar" nopu-lar" .ya"iety repor's Tommy
Edwards' "It's All m the Game"
has passed "Volare" as the new
song wrner. The next No.,1 may
De "Bird Dog," which Is practic practically
ally practically i carbon of "Hound Dog".
. -Jacqurs Bergerac and Dorothy
Malona broke the record for the
longest kis (seven minutes) while
allegedly dancihg at fl Morocco.
CHUCKLE HEAD
STAMPS ISSUED
ROME (UPDThe Italian Dost
yv''if.rt vrslrrHfl o. - l
stamps commemorating the 100'h
annive'svy of the first postage
stamp of n spies. The two stamps
kare sienp brown 25 lire (four
cents) and i, sena brown and
black bordered-60 lire (10 cents).
Both stamp? depict a reproduction
n the firs' Neapolitan issues in
history half and a one "granb"
value. "GTano" was the moneary
system usid In the Period of 1858
by the king of the two Sicilies,
Ferdinand II of Bourbon.
DIGNIFIED SHELL GAMI
NEW YORK (UPI) A Shell
game came off as scheduled Sun Sunday
day Sunday s the quiet and proper Na.
tional ar s Club. Nearly 1,500
land and sea shells were offered
t auctirt.1 from the collection of
Nick Ka sa'as. a Bergenfield.
N. J., cobbler. T price wat $48
for a Stromhus Goliath, found
only On certain nirta of tha
Brazll'in coast.

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roll by during which he has metlnuie like a top.",

14 rresidenrt Thl ll almnct nno.
half the Presidents of the". United
States. r i
nis memory j,s quite, ciear re-
MtwiiK uiciu, .-,
u" aaW Mwa-wu
HaVP.. whn fame tn PrAtriHenr
in 1877 Mrs. Hayes seeing the 10-
hind he- in tha r.iv s lin
said:! "Come her, littl W Villi
can't see what's going on." There Thereafter1
after1 Thereafter1 he stood right beside the Pre
sident as the latter shook hands
wnn ine people of Providence.
James A. Garfield, who follow followed
ed followed Have Vll neInafbJ Ha
was the only Preside since 1877
Green did not meet! ;
wnesier ; Annur, wnof replaced
HarfiAlH in Ififil Asm- t M 1
.-.v-.u ... iuui, vinc u cnwii
when Green was about 15. When
they4 shook hands, T h eodore
wancis yelled: VOuch!" t
i"Look here, young man," said

President 'lWk

something. I always squeeze the
other man's hand first. Otherwise
he'll squeeze mine."
Grover Cleveland, the first De Democratic
mocratic Democratic President Green met,
came to Harvard '..'when- the Sen Senator
ator Senator was studying at Harvard Law
School,, and the future Senator
was? Invited to sit on the plat platform'.
form'. platform'. Later, he met Cleveland at
several receptions in Washington,
where Green's .uncle, Sam Gren
Arnold, was a U.S. Senator..
Eight of Green's relatives, In Incidentally,
cidentally, Incidentally, served in the Houxc or
Senate.
The Senator recsTlK mpptino
Beniamin Harrisnrt hrieflv it a
White House reception.
TEDDY ROOSEVELT'S
FRIEND
President WiUiam McKjnleyf
Green also met at a White House
party to which he had been in invited
vited invited bv Secrfttarv of State Tnhn
Hay, a friend of Green's fathfer at
orown university. , ; ,s
Mrs. McKinely was subject to
SPasms but insisted nn attenrtino
White House receptions, and the
cmei memory young ureen tooK
away, from Washington was of
Mrs. McKinely dressed in elegant
finery, sitting in a wheel chair,
then suddenly bring aeized with a
Sialm. A hanHVprrhiof tvq
thrown over her face and she was
licii away,
"Theodore Roosevelt was really
a cood friend." reoalU Senatnt-
Green, "so much so that he ask-
ea ; me to De nis ew England
campaign manager. v
"I had attended th Balttmnm
Democratic convention which was
deadlocked so long over Champ
Clark, of Missouri that. Peter Ger Gerry
ry Gerry and I were. 1he only Rhode 'Is 'Is-land
land 'Is-land delegates remaining. I threw
the Rhode Island Votes to Wilson
and went home to find Teddy's
wire asking me to help with his
Bull Moose campaign in New Eng England,
land, England, "I had to sav no that T wai
sunoorting Wilson.
"During World War I, Teddy
was anxious to command a divis division
ion division in France. Remixe T hart inn.
ported Wilson at Baltimore hei
tnougnt Jt. had influence, end ask, ask,-ed
ed ask,-ed me to approach Wilson,for hm.
I replied 'that I had never asked
a mrsonai iavor. o
"You're not askintf1 a favnr fnr
yourself, but 'for a personal
friend of yours,' Teddy replied.
TOP-SPINNING TAFT "-
"So r saw Wilson. He laid he
wonld take the matter up with hi!s
military advisers, but he i never
gave TR'a command.'1.

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Howard
1 v iuiib wcu vug once
Ihim if Vi AiAit j
asked
"spin-
I "Tin .u .:
vhen a top stops spaninc?" Taf
asked. "It dies;" 1"umu 1
l- ureeo first met Woodrow Wil-
'iniiii wnpn tpia Bttm. ...
ii. iroies-i
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len&ak- t T. w
the night at the Green residence
H.. 0IU-
'.'Wilson WB 'alnnf
Senator.- admired' him

much, but I never could get close ;
to him "".,.' .... -

Warren G. Harding, who died
in office. fJrpen Irnan. .nu.

h Coolidge, who "followed him-
G"en met many times, and he
.euitTODers a wmte House recen-
UOn at Whirh h atn.J 1 :j r
former; Cpolidge. classmate,, whs
proceeded to tell the President the
w mutual School nranV
;Colidge didn't crack a smile!
to pnvi nn
'Lamn, wasn't .than an mus mus-ing.
ing. mus-ing. anecdote?" she said. "I'm so
giaa you told us"',
Green also roit ..u
him by one of the famed Patton

vcitwno new. sne was going r r-to
to r-to sit beside fnnlMff. ..j v.. .,1

- "U uvi. ill i
she could make him talk. At th.

wnner tne following conversation
took place.
; "Mt prcsldent, I'm so honored
TA Glf hai1. II ,.
w oat, MCB1UC UU. 1
xno answer.
ThPV tnlff mi hah .....ij.u ..

talk "uian i

No answer. i (
'But I knew jrou'd talk to me.
No .answer. 'V.,,.
"v U? Uet ten dollr 0" K
You lost."
Herbert. Unnvr i-i

nicht- at lh Rr... I..

secretary of Commerce. Green-"

- I J1 v v i most mteing- s
ent, but a bit ret cent p ,.-

pleasant, though quiet. Took in
more than we gave out."
Franklin P..t.u .i
,.... rit als wal en entertained
tertained entertained at th. $!. u.
12 x?0V1 ence wheB Secretary o
me iiavy., tie was a real friend

recalls Green. "It was he who got
me started takincr a owinm ,.t .i:

was-at. the White House one day
wiien ne saia ne naa to go to the
hospital. :
'Whftt'a Mia mafti T -.i,-J
" 'Nothine.v just a checkup.' hej
explained. 'If vnn Hnn't .t h.'
--- --
you re foolish. Come with me;'

ai me nospwai t un. .gal d, -'Give
Senator ftropn th am

examination you give- me.'. They
did and I've had one very year'

unce. h '.V.iAt,'
Green- firsts -mat- TTaprv.Tniman.ln

theiSesatei and ccuped the office
next to hii four veara. Thtv.niar.
close friends. i,
President Eisenhower he first
met when Ike was an army officer.
That is th wnrrf, nt tha nMmt'
man ever to serve in the Senate.
Probably no other maa has ever
'known nn, manv Preaidonfe .. anrl
it mav taki annthpr half antiir
for anyone else to equal the rec-1
oa. -r
STUDY MONEY REQUEST
, tr-V 'i.i-'',.-nv',-!.Vr';-;i); ';y
: CATKO r f ITPTi Tha Sr.
League.: Council has ',- decided to
fiwiaul- mamhar. crnvarnmanto r
th: rewst of the Algerian Dro Dro-virotl
virotl Dro-virotl rpernmeit'',for a budgel
of $33,600,000 xto-carry on the
Algerian war against f r e n c h
forces- it was announced today.
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But ainnnid -.these laicf-essM ,sre recorded .the numerous

' failures live Vanguards and; two Epiorer Any Russian
failures still regain ;. matterf speculation to the West.

Inventor Found In 'Jungle
May Earn $35,00 A Year

idcaf lorva ipettO;preyent;

tPlf eduWe inventor W ";

ceive ar mucn. as
vice. avblAnment. v:

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for prevenilng; aerial, ;musf.
a working prototyi ould be ;der
V Theeianky,- haWtripied3'!dreain:
tt" returned I home Sunday j vafter
1... AitVio 'n a life. o a .hODO.

vsthhitins honmnrfretehts

in a jdurney. .tht-Jended -t
bb jungte aear RenwNevadai.
Waiting" Jor Meukel 'was am

c.cij.. tv.. tointoi nther HeveloDmenti included the dis

covery of ah intense band of radiation abov the Earth,!
currently being mapped by Explorer TV; the first American
attempt at sending a rocket to the vicinity of the Moon in
September; the Russian announcement that they had rocketed I
animate several hundredmiies into space and returned them
alive; and the successful launching of the British "BlacKs,
Knight" rocket, putting that nation in a position to add iU
satellites to those of Russia and America. Space Age, Year
Two? Probably the ftrstattemgts to aend a.man Into f pace.

wifer who' had taken a to hold
t,; inop.her. and their

thtee cbildrenChristine. U, Eric,
6. ?n.4 Jaes,;:3

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tion, aco which Md hm
deep & o Uebt : to suppott his

family, s.v,ne;-woi.w -,vu
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was wanted :tuttil a few; days y ago

whetf he. spoke w a enc.-i y
Uyery, clerk : at; the ;.: pt'.;-

Knoi- ift i'c Antrplps and 'to' the

mAHudi-. hivm which his family

had obtaiaea aiier eyicuon uu

their- oia -one wnea, a lepuiwi

i During his stay in the hobo

Jungle, Uie uivcuim 4
gained 30 pounds on- "Mulligan

stew" ,inade out oi ,vegeiaoies

acavengea irom' neno marteta

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AIMED AT MARS--Thi elicafe;deVicistis';ii
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Studies of the planet Mars. Looking t over are, the-Boeing
1 acientfsts who developed it Richard D. White1 (standing) and
1 Henry Hebeler. The full-sized, vehicle would be about 40
I feet across,. weigh 600 pounds and be assembled and launched
Ifrtm ,tr satellite platform at least 400 miles above the earth.
ITaking power from the sun and propelled in space by continu continu-'cui
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CAN FILL YOUR ;NEED$!

Nellie Won't Tell

Secret Of Cider So

Villagers Are Sad

PLAXTOL. England (UPD-The

drinking men of this village are
: .,,.r,ir,n tnHav because

they've' had their last drop of Nel-

UC B ai w w

Miss Nlhe Hodden movea oui

of the village inn, the upmen
Hoop, and took the secret of her
nvfanf Hor with hft".

svvri'&ub viuvi ii ...

The asBemDiea arinniug
.iiwi o; nut in shocked disbelief

O tlvU MfclVM
as Nellie made her t sobering pro pronouncement.
nouncement. pronouncement.

"The recipe for my nectar w
nf ihoi'e haen in the family

for 150 vears. and I'm not telling

k4pi tn nrv Nellie's secret

out of her with money, but she

turned him down. .

So tha drinking men of Fiaxtoi
mourned today. Many a tippler
hmuil mietfiiT ove tit Nellie Hod-

IIUUCU T. UU". J
j 'unnla nrpharH 11 100 trees

ioaded with juicy red fruit just

ready to be made into eiues
delectable cider.
"Thow av thp eideir thev make

in Somerret has the kick of a
mule," said farm vorkef Fred Jor Jordan;
dan; Jordan; "Nellie's had the kick of an
ClButa Nellie, who suddienly called
it quita after turning out a batch

things-would never oe xne same

At- nor nrpw HiiuuaiiT jlui ov jmhi i

refused to budge. It seemed that

again.

Missouri Farmhand

Rapes Young Wife,

Kills Husband, Sell

PARAGOULD, Ark. (UPI) A

pretty, 17 year old farmwife
u KnAav hnw a vnnnff Missouri

farmhaud on a "Saturday mght
beer binge" kidnaped her and her

husband as tney emergeu rrwm
a midnight movie, slew her hus husband,
band, husband, Taped her and then took
his own life in a fit of remorse.

swiff William F. Hyde said

Mr Rptiv Hen son of Black Oak.

Ark., is fiv months pregnant. He

quoted Mrs. Henson as saying sne

and her nusoana uiarence, were
lv "nicked at random"

by Jerry Truelove of Hornersville,

Mo. She said they had never seen
him before.
Truelove pulled a .22 caliber
taropf niUni and ordered the

couple to get into his truck. He
drove them nine miles from Pa Pa-ragould
ragould Pa-ragould acal down into a gravel

P".
' Hyde quoted Mrs. Henson as
saying Truelove ordered her hus husband
band husband out of the truck. "They ar argued,"
gued," argued," fhe said, "then he started
shooting Clarence, even after he
fell to ihe ground."
Hyde said Truelove then raped
Mrs. Henson.
"She said Truelove told her he
would kill her the minute she
resisted him." said Hyde. After

that, he picked up her husband's

body and put it in tne oacK oi
the truck.
"He told Mir. Henson to drive
his truck back to Paragould," the
sheriff said. "He told her he was
going to 'walk into the woods and
kill myself ,1 have-done too
much.' " .
Mrs.; Henson gtarted driving and
slopped at the first lighted farm farm-houe
houe farm-houe and notified police.- They

found Truelove had shot himself
between the eyes without go

ing into the woods. ,f
DOGS RUN FREI

ROME (VPIh Rome'i stray

dogs ran free all weekend In
nterriiiry of St. Francis of Asslsi.
Th iloff catchers took 48 hours

off to commemorate the festival

of the saint who loved' animals

Court Upholds 2nd

Conviction Of Red

Leader Scales

U. S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

trulov ifnhplH thp fippnnri ronvic-

tion under the Smith Act of form

er Carolines Communist leader

Junius I. Scales.

ec book is the latest re vision oi

i wAi-ir .- iiisrTiniirpn T.n .lewisn Der-

sonnel-in rnc armea iorces siuce
World Wr U. The prayer book,

which contains services in Hebrew

and F.nelish for all occasions in the

Hebrew calendar, was edited by

JWB's Commission on jewisn cna-

plaincy

This commission, wnicn pro pro-uIHpc
uIHpc pro-uIHpc neolpa'iactiral endorsement

for Jewish champlains in all bran

ches of the armed iorces, is com composed
posed composed of represen atives from the

Central Gonterence ot American
Rabbis (Reform), Rabbinical As Assembly
sembly Assembly of America (Conservative)
and Rabbinical Council of Ameri America
ca America (OrthMox). JWB is the government-authorized'
agency for serv

ing the religious, weuare ana
morale needs of Jewish personnel

in the armed forces and in VA

hospitals. It If also the national
association of 355 Jewish Commu Community
nity Community Centers and a member agen

cy of USO.

Slocks Rise As

Far East Picture

Shows Improvement

mttw vnPTf mpn Stocks rose

ViirVk affain tonav on the

ILL! ircvv ILK" J O
strength of favorable economic

news and an improvement m uic

Far Ea picture.

TV,;. the market's eighth

Jt ll.O TKWH
advance in the past 10 sessions
ani tha siviii rise in the past

nuu
o.iph cst:s.i.nK The rise has car

ried industrial stocks to a new

all-time lush and rails 10 a new

high in more than a year.

DODY MOSS
Dody Moses, teen-age daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. John H

Moses of Panama City, will play!

tne title roie in me uneaser

Ouild's Droductian of "The Dia

... cant, MbrArtf rket.

I y ui nunc JL l amv, vfvuuiB www.
27 under the direction of Adela

Bettls.

Anne is the central character

of the play. At first, she Is a ty

nieoi ortnipsopnt mooav. re Dei

llous, silly, and bften hating her
forbearing mother. The play

shnuR hnw In two vears of an

gulshed living under Nazi terror

in a cramped Amsterdam a.wc
sh orrnwc nn to he tolerant

deeply understanding of life, and

capabla of mature love.

"Th Diarv of Anne Frank"

closed only recently after a two two-vear
vear two-vear run on Broadway in which

Susan Strasberg nad tne ieaa. it
Is rpcnrded as the most movine

play to emerge irom wona war

II.

SELL ATOM BLASTS

WASHINGTON fUPI) A sci

nnrifir tMihlinatioin said the Atomic

Energy Commission is considering
cpllinu atomic PVtlloSions to Dfi-

vate industry for blasting jobs In
mines and liarbors. The publica publication,
tion, publication, "Washington Science
Trends," said the AEC believes

industrv mav be interested in

paying fees for such nuclear ser

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ine coui ruieu uibi acaics.
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encourags the overthrow of the

crnvamrmpnt nf thp TTnitpA States

by force or violence knowing the

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The appeals court affirmed the
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before Federal District Judge Al

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SAAnd fnnixiptiinri nn pharcipa nn

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zauon auvocaung me vioieni over-

tnrow ot tne government.

Scales. S8 was convicted on the
same charge in Greensboro in
April 1955 and sentenced to six
vears in terison. The circuit court

upheld that conviction, but the

United States Supreme Court re reversed
versed reversed it and ordered a new trial,
cales was found guilty again
3 1 i

ana semercea to six years,

c..i. mi cunnnrt on indica-

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ied deplet-ied during the recession. Settle

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I helped the steels. Youngstown

added a major fraction, as am
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T..,n.i far another boost In

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hrnuirht new

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i Kpmvrtpd Imnrovemenr in new

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t ;!n flimnrbrt n p fl in wiin

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tions. Nickel Plate firmed on 2,000

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MISS MARJORIE BORDEN
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS MARJORIE BORDEN
TO MJt. DAVID HOPE IS ANNOUNCED
at
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Borden of Puerto Pllon, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, have announced the engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter, Miss Marjorie Armeade Borden,
to Mr. David Allison Hope, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winters Alli Allison
son Allison Hope of Gamboa.
The bride-elect was graduated last spring from St.
Mary's Academy in Colon.
Mr. Hope is a graduate of Balboa High School and at attended
tended attended the United States Merchant Marine Academy. After
serving threo vers 1" (hp Army, he returned to the Isthmus
and is employed as a member of the Canal Zone Police
orce in Cristobal.

int- ir Rstiv Bore strom. vice

president; Mrs. Dorothy Roane,

secretary; Mrs. jaciue nominee,
Untnitilitv Chairman: Mrs. Lucy

Gomel, Membership; Mrs. Iris E-

rickson, telephone; ana Mrs. wa wary
ry wary Jape Pearson, publicity.
Mr. i.nii Puliism. retirine pres

ident, ws presented a gift by
her former officers. Flowers lor

the luncheon were the gift of Mrs.

Elizabeth Patricio.
Mtm mpmhprs wplrompd into the

guild were Mrs. Betty Judson,

Mrs. Jean Nolle, Mrs. ixeu roi roi-larrf
larrf roi-larrf Mrs Terrv Trask and Mrs.

Louise Hyatt. Visitor introduced

were Mrs. Nancy Williams, Mrs.
Ruth Owens and Mrs. Wilma Mc-Lane.

Others attending the luncheon
prp Mrs Ruth Himes. Mrs. Mar

jorie Miller, Mrs. Vivian Ralph

and Mrs. Pat Warren.

Catholic Sodality Mnetinjr
Members of the Catholic Sodali Sodality
ty Sodality of Coco Solo met Monday eve

ning in the Chapel.

Each aetiM tor Inclusion in tali
(Una tknwld fce ukmi(d HI
twc-wtittan torn ld mailae
lb nnmoar listed dally rn 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OHitwiM," ot 4elir4
M lw ai'ict. HotiaM f
Matins cannot b accaatad fci
toieohona.

Kniahti of Columbus

Cristobal Council 1689, Knights bt
Columbus, will hold a speqial
meeting this evening at 7:30 at
the Council Chambers in Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. Plans will be completed for
the dance to be held Friday eve evening
ning evening at the Cristobal Sky Room,
and other plans will be made for
the celebration of Oct. 12. All
members are urged to attend.
Cathedral Gu Id
Mrs. R. Heber Gooden will be
hostess at a meeting of the Morn Morn-ing
ing Morn-ing Guird of the Cathedral of St.
Luke Friday at 9 a.m. at the Bish Bishop's
op's Bishop's House. Mrs. Louise Trucks
will lead discussion on the topic
of vocations and problems, and
plans will be furthered for the an annual
nual annual bazaar.

Broilers And Fryers Head

Plentiful Foods

BT GATNOR MADDOX, JJEA Food And Markets Editor

Return From Extended
Vacation In Spain
Mrs. Herminia de Gabaldon and
laughter, Miss Carmen Gabaldon,
returned to the Isthmus today aft after
er after a two-months' stay in several

E

Meals taste
better

with...

cities in Spain. They are the wife
and daughter of the Ambassador
from Spain to Panama.

Officers Installed
At Fort Gulick Mooting
New officers of the Fort Gulick
Protestant Chapel Guild were in.
stalled at a luncheon meeting in

the home of Mrs. Alice Chaphe a

bfort Gulick. ,.

In an impressive service con conducted
ducted conducted by the hostess, Mrs. Es

ther Keelean was named presi

Pacific Sido Pilots' Wives

Moot For Lolch At Tivoli

A nautical theme was nredomi-

nant in decorations for a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon attended by Pacific Side Pi Pilots'
lots' Pilots' Wives at the Fern Room of

the Tivoli Guest House Saturday.
Guests were "logged in" at a ta table
ble table holding a ship's bell and
lieht and tables throuehout the

Yoom held items of nautical inter

est.

Ship models were arranged on
the luncheon table in lieu of place

cards, and miniature nautical hand

books had been prepared lor
m. V 1 I J

eacn guest. Alter Deing pipou

board, those attending were given
a box lunch similar to those hand handed
ed handed to pilots transiting the canal
on small craft.
Tho cnmmittpp in charfie of

luncheon arrangements included

Mrs. Jonn Barren, Mrs. nenry
Johnstone and Mrs. Hugh Melo Melo-nev
nev Melo-nev Guests attending the luncheon

were Mrs. Helen Barrett. Mrs. El

len Baverstock, Mrs. Betsy Bi Bi-vi'n,
vi'n, Bi-vi'n, Mrs. Mary Boyd, Mrs. Elea

nor Buchler, Mrs, Jo Cole, Mrs.
Oralyn Cramer, Mrs. Arlene Far-

rell, Mrs. Mildred Fritts, Mrs.
Evelyn Harrington, Mrs. Agnes

Hearon, Mrs. Jean Hill, Mrs. Ar Armenia
menia Armenia Hudson. Mrs. Emily John

son, Mrs. Evelyn Jonnstone, Mrs.
Fran Longmore. Mrs. Ann Malo Malo-nev.
nev. Malo-nev. Mrs. Dorothy Nehring, Mrs.

Doris Poore, Mrs. Margaret Ren-

me, Mrsv Kita senwanzman, irs.
Bea Sergeant, Mrs. Martha Spin Spinney,
ney, Spinney, Mrt Judyt'StuartMrs. Rita

i f uttle mimxft Wfl Weade,
Mrs. HelenTentwottlt ind Mrs.

Betty wniteneaa.
'CONTINVED ON PAGE FIVE)

Atlantic S'do Teonagtrs
An important meeting of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side Teenagers gill 'be held
this evening at 7 p.m. at the
Teenage Club in Coco Solo. Mem Member
ber Member are urged to attend, since the
business meeting will concern sev

eral factors which require imme

diate attention.

Charity Card Group
The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Clu-b has plan planned
ned planned a dessert card party for
Thursday at 12:30 at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers' Open Mess. Res Reservations
ervations Reservations must be made by noon
Wednesday with Mrs. J. L. Whit Whit-more,
more, Whit-more, Panama 3-4736; Mrs. V. E.
Williams, Panama 3-7168;8 Mrs. K.
Reiland, Panama 3 7043; or Mrs.
W. C. Merchant, Balboa 3317.

1

Eyes...to remember

EYE-GENE

4

I

io CLEAR SPARKLING

tar. for your eyes... take

care of them well! Use the
modern eye drop... that
soothes, cleans, refreshes and

, beautifies.

t)8E F.yE-GHNr. DAILY TO LOOK YOUR BEST

Use it on rice! See how
delicious it is with sea
food, spaghetti, meat,
eggs, salads every everything.
thing. everything. Add Maggl Ketchup to
all your meals and
everybody wrll be delighted.

r KETCHUP

KETCHUPS!

Carnpo Alegre Building Across El Panama Hilton

Anounces the arrival...
of they new collection of
beautiful, beautiful

OhSLbMA

at priu' so lonvenient, you can
afford to liuu more than one

Manuel Guardia Will
Succeed Si. Moore
With Esso Standard

mm sm

Lots of good things, to eat this
month and all in plentiful supply,
j.ia lould mean reisonsble pric prices,
es, prices, too.

de, c s the official national list

of plentiful foods for October, is

sue j by the U.S. Department ox

Agriculture.

features: Brailtrs, f rytri;

Cheese; Applts.

Beef; pork; medium, 'small eggs;

potatoes; honey; peanut butter;
canned ripe ohves.

Apple production this -year is

forecast at 126 million bushels. S

per cent greater than last year

and 16 per cent above average.
Fall potato output Is forecast at
174 million hundredweight, up 11
per cent from last year, and 8

per cent' above average.

Home economists of the Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture mom-need
this cheese sauce; 1

Cheese levee

One-quarter cup butter or mar
garine, ti cup lifted all purpose
flour. V4 teaiooon lilt 1 eiins hot

milk, lvs cups shredded cheese

ucuover mis.may ,oe usea ior c
conomy).
Melt the fat; blencMn the flour
and salt. Then stir in the milt.

Cook until thickened, stirring con

stantly. iNow add the cheese and
stir until melted. Before adding
the cheese, reduce the heat; oth
erwise it gets tough and stringy.

o

12

MANUEL GUARDIA
S. Scollay Moore has been suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded by Manuel Guardia V. as

regional manager for Esso Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil, S. A., in Central Ameri America
ca America and Panama, according to an

nouncement made by u raz Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez Efso manager in Panama.
Moore, who has been chief Esso

representative in Central America

and Panama tor many years, nas
been assigned to work on special
project,? for the Esso board of
director.?.
Guardia was, until recently, Es Esso
so Esso manager in El Salvador. He
joined the company in 1938 as a
clerk in 'be accounting department
in Pr.iama. He advanced to high
er positions in accounting work,
but in 1952 transferred his in'er in'er-est
est in'er-est to marketing and became a
salesman in Panama. In 1954 he
established the company's opera operations
tions operations in British Honduras.
Later he was marketing assist assistant
ant assistant for the Cen'ral America and
Panama area. In 195(1 he became
Esso manager in El Salvador.
Gaurdia was born in Penonome,

Code Province, in 1918.

Moore, in leaving his position as
western regional manager, will not
completely sever his association
with Central America and Pana Panama
ma Panama whHi bepan 30 years ago when
he arrived in Nicaragua as assist assistant
ant assistant manager for Esso.
y. F. W. Announces
Committee Chairmen
For Vet Day Dance
W. T. S'rkkland, of Cristobal
Post No. 3870 Veterans of Foreign
Wars, has been anooinled ch lir lir-man
man lir-man of the fiftn official Veteran's
Dav -1ar.ee on the Atlan'ic fide.
Announcement of the appoint appointment
ment appointment was made by W. W. Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, commander of TJ Oirwn
H. Moinnblow Memorial VFW post
387fi, at Cri'tobal.
Rowland flso apnointed John
Houselv. ticket chairman, enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. R. G. R'ehardton- re re-servnllons,
servnllons, re-servnllons, C Brwne; Program
Rook. R Micek, N. R-ownlee, and
R. B 'lehcr.
Pos' 3fl"b o'flcial 5ti pnniia' Ve Ve-teran'
teran' Ve-teran' Day dnace w'H be held In
the Skv Roor. Cristobal Nv. 10
with Lui.hn Azcsrraga furnihing
misic for dancing from 9 to 2.

Jerrv's mother had iust begun

to bathe his new brother when he
appeared with his storybook ot
"The Three Bears." He wanted

it read at once. Recognizing his

jealousy, his mother said nervous nervously,
ly, nervously, "Later, later not now." Where Whereupon
upon Whereupon he shoved himself in be between
tween between her and the baby's rubber
bath stand, demanding even more

urgently. "Read me my boon

read me my book!"

Later she remembered how at
the baby's bathtim Jerry was al always
ways always discovering scratches that
suddenly required bandaids or
needs for immediate assistance in

the bathroom. And she decided to

solve the problem by postponing
the baby's bath until Jerry had
been retired to his afternoon nap.
This was not a solution. For
while it rid Jerry's mother of his
jealousy at an inconveninet ti-ne,
it failed to rid her of her fear of
it.
It is our far of children's jea

lousy that makes it a problem.

Thev can always feel our fear

of it. Concluding that it must be
a terrible thing to be able to scare
us, they are driven to seek our
reassuring attention more frantic frantically.
ally. frantically. Later, to avoid our anxious
disapproval, they may start pre pretending
tending pretending the jealousy is brotherly
devotion.

Usually, those of us who try to

"prevent" jealousy in cnuoren

have not reauy iacea u in our
selves. 1

We should try to. For Jealousy

is the demand that we should be

able to surpass other people in ev
ery way.
Obviously we can't. We can't el

wavs exnect to have more charm.

more success, more popularity,

better behaved children than our
relatives and neighbors any more
than Jerry can always expect to

have the lion s share of his mom
er's attention.

Sooner or later we have to stop

envying our brother s income and

start deriving more joy from our
own.
Until this difference is accepted,

fresh
on all
out doors

O PURER O FINER O RICHER

Thev could be regarded as the

"poor lone Whites rattling around

in the big house, with not a sin

gle one of their four children liv

ing in the same state.

But nobody could ever honestly

feel sorry for the Whites. Because
they aren't rattling around in that

b e. o d house they lived in until

the last child was married and

gone from home.

They sold the big, old house

and built themselves a house ex

actly right ior two persons who

want a nome to nave as mucn
comfort and require as little care

as possible.

And instead of being lonely, the

Whites are having as much fun

as anvone in twon.

That is because the Whites are

making use of the advantages

that come with their time of life.

They aren't wasting their new

freedom on loneliness, or busy

work, or fretting about the lives

their grown children are leading.

They are using it to do at long
last the things they have wanted
to do for years. They can't travel
as much as they would like to,

but thev make up for it by care

fully planning the trips they do

take. They study uo on the placr

es they are to visit, and enjoy
each trip to- the utmost all the

way from planning for it to look

ing back on it as having given

them exactly what they wanted.
They are both busy with hob

bles, some shored and some mir
sued "'ithout the other's partlclpa
tlon. They have more time for de

vetonlng friendships than they have

had in vears. so tneir nouse if
of-n filled with friends.
They have more time for each
other now. too. And they are tie tie-Ing
Ing tie-Ing It to share Ideas, talk over the

books they resd, end to nlsn their
social life far enugh ahead so

that fere ) no time fdf fMlinf

loneiy or ien out.

No twe people 'who care abut

each ether need dread the time

when their children are grown
and gone from home. It doesn't
have to be a lonely time. Like the

Whites, any couple can change

from living for the children to

living for. themselves. i

jealousy'! cruel and unfeasible de

mand that we should excel in ev

erything can keep us miserably
discouraged over ourselves and

frightened of the cyild who is
struggling with his heed for li

mitiess satisfaction. 1

Jealousy is the beginning of Jer

ry's discovery that he is not Su

perman, and essential step-in his

acceptance of himself as he is.

So we don't have to fear it. We

can say, "Later not now" with

iirmness instead of anxiety.

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II Venlur
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roast
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7 Operatic sola
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device v
JO Smelled eut
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34 Bays

11 Heavy drinker u Notion

il ;- it ,- si Locations

II nut of

33 Shad
34 Mouth pert;
IT Standard
21 Impediment
32 Worships
34 Ancient Urfa
, 36 Wish
37S4v
33 (pokeft
33 Lapse -4JUtt
, 43 Baverif e
i 44 Kind of boml
41 Eddied
41 female
relative
3Also
34 Mamber ef

nomadle group

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37 Awry
S3 Mind
tlreetlikep&tl
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flavored -33
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33 Testify

40 Gentlewomen

33 Deserve

30 Bewildered

43 Worship place
43 Light fogs t(

41 Pace
47 Had en
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SQ Therefore-SQ Australian
Mtrieh

31 Walking stick'

13 Finishes
34 Honey maker

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Written ear NIA Service

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Pass Pass
Opening lead 4

Pass

"There eoes another rnhhr."

CO plained Hard tjiri Jn

"Sometime I'm going to pick up

more man six points and win one
myself."

"If vou had iust used a liitla

inteil'eem-0 ahnut vnnr nnanlna

, v..

leaa," growieo jsast, "tnis rubber

woma ttiu oe going on.
"I ODened vour suit, didn't 1?"

said Joe.

Joe had opened the four of
diamonds. South harf wnn th

trick with th im trnmnrf

diamond in dummy and played

ce ana one ciud. ixow me de defense
fense defense had no way to stop South
from ruffintr out hit lat twn dla.

monas wun aummy s trumps and
the three heart contract had

wheeled in.

If Joe had onened a trumn it

ry. ine aeienoers would have

npen a Die to man a lornnn inimn

later and South would have been

una me to ruff more than two los losing
ing losing diamonds. He would hive
Son down a trlelr at hi. thva

heart contract and the rubber

would still have beep going on.

Furthermore, a tninln niunlno

waa ciaariv innicaien Nmth tin

taken out his partner's business
double and surely was short in
diamonds. It was up to the de defense
fense defense to kill ruffing power imme-

aiateiy.

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Acts Like Matie

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Talcum eontalna de deodorant
odorant deodorant inilatptle
C-8 (Hstachloro (Hstachloro-phtns).
phtns). (Hstachloro-phtns). Keeps the
kla trash and Matt,
Sootbss sunburn.
Prevsatt, rallavas
htat and diaper niah,
loot MtaHMia tlitvt

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"IWBJfWIgWnl
wi$ the voiceoi;
ffi' BROADWAY
iW?i: h Dorothy KMgalkn

and Bins'; three unmarried sons.
Blng s baby was born weeks ago.
end no matter how you list the
Crosbys, they itijl represent only
three generation!.
Bette Davii is being offered the!
fUm role of Joanne Woodwird'e
mother in "Sound and the Fury.'
Marsaret Leighton could have had
it, but turned it down... The Sardi
Set ii gnawing on the gossip that
June Havoc has refused to sign
the release necessary for her por
'.al in,lhe Brodwy.bound mu-
Kennedy h i reedyjng some -hot tna tna-teri'l
teri'l tna-teri'l fin the juke box rackets.
Sammy pv,s, jr- 0me. yean ago,
in the process of- getting a di'
in Indianapolie. She phni to try
for a movie career.
Aha CwJne CO,
ItSH0
ifkofsMtt, : Indignant
hei ht check arrived Complete
With Fedftrnl in. HIi Uniui

at oni Job gives him dlplom.
tie immunity for that sort of fi.
nncial annoyance and Jte de.

r lo Bruisels witfi herf ir""! "b;n"'mB;:5 P
te can get a divorce wmoved.

Cozy Cole, currently beating- th
Metropole, plans branches f his
skins with his hot combo it the
Minhittan drum school In Lon London,
don, London, Paris, and Rome all be because
cause because of the Increasing popularity
of American jszi In European
countries.

JOTTINGS IN PENCIL
Debbie Reynolds has become

the victim of a vicious whispering

campaign all the more shocking
because the propaganda hs
originated with her former "dear "dearest
est "dearest friends" among the Holmby

Hills "rat pack." Just because

she didn't appreciate having Ed Eddie
die Eddie Fisher stolen by Liz laylor,
she's being described as "square,"
"frigid"; end even "anti-Semitic."
One of the originators of the mean
propaganda ii n .actress who
quite obviously undestands Miss

Taylor's viewpoint, because she

herself practically frew from her

husband's funeral into the arms

of one of his best friends, a famous
crooner.. y
Les faul'i beloved alary Ford
will have to Remain in Flower 9th
Ave. Hospital for another two
weeks.' She's suffering from hepa hepatitis....
titis.... hepatitis.... The beauty with Nicky
Hilton at Birdland the other night
was cover girl Helen O'Connel.
Nicky was so delighted by the

Slan Kenton music he presented

the maestro with box seat tickets
to the opening game of the. World
Series.

Broadway's hottest rumor has it

than Ann Sheridan Will merry an

actor en route

as soon as

from his wife.;. Newest glamor
boy on the Ava Gardner scene is

mer Elliott, who makes his liv

ing imitation Frank Sinatra's disc

style... -Sean O'casey'e doctor re

fused to permit the noted Irish
playwright to visit the U.S. for
the opening of his "Cook-a-Doodle

iianay m November, mis condi condition
tion condition js too delicate.

Sacha Dlstel, heralded is the

fiance of Brigitte Bardot, charmed

the ladles who met him at El

Morocco a few hours after be ar

rived here. All agreed bn waa en enchanting
chanting enchanting ehougn to become a a-notner
notner a-notner Chevalier, now mat : his
career has been launched tia the
headlines.., i ranee fihe, owner of

Huoy roo s, nas lUea suit against
a Montreal restaurant using tne

same name witnoui jier puimu-

sum.
Jonathan Winters' quotes on
Jack raar, treeljf aireu in local
bars, vwouiU me a lascinnting
'i v oit... imogene Coca, rentars rentars-ing
ing rentars-ing lor a new play here, la receiv
ing cables trom comedian juics
iiunsino.. He a in Loiiuon s.aning
in "Krouhana ror tne retoru:
kim Aovas ii bac wan ale xnm,
anv) s tier lavorito iciiow until
someooay who tan get nr on tne
iront pages come along.
it's pretty swinging itt those
Hou)oou Jans Ilwse sights,
wnat with pianist yredole Stack
having eti krietly incarcerated
for being urunk and disorderly
and nsing some decidedly son son-bop
bop son-bop language and pianist Jess
feiacy similarly detained for al al-iegeuly
iegeuly al-iegeuly nsing some mysterious
pins... The Communists plan te
take over Guatemala, via coup,
before the end of the year.
The October issue of Theatre
Ans magazine, on the Hands in
a few uuys, is stuck with a cover
picture of Barry Sullivan as the
star of the incoming "Goldilocks."
Naturally the. euliurs ; wished it
looked more like Don x Ameche,
who is slated to open in the pari...
Intimates of Dr. Jonas Sals (of
polio vaccine fame) predict he'll
make more history with an even
greater medical discovery.
Queer quote from motion pic picture
ture picture magazine now on the sends:
"After the birth of the Bin Crosby
baby there'll be four generations
of family living under: the same
root Holmby Hills: his mother

Kate, Bini and Katby, their baby.

Summer; Winter
Uniforms To Have
Same Basic Design

In s memorandum to mem
bers ot the clothing unci texti'e
Induatry, the Army Uniform
Quality control Board announc announced
ed announced thnt Army eummer eervics eervics-and
and eervics-and white uniforms are to be
made In the same basic design
aa the Army Green winter uniform,

This glvea effect to the estab established
lished established policy that all summer
and winter uniforms b of that
same basic design and appear appearance,
ance, appearance, with material, color, shade
and ornamentation the only dif
ferences.
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The same bulletin, Issued to
firms doing business with the
Army or thoie desiring to do so,
also outlined several changes in
ornamentation.
After Feb. 15. 1059, certificates
for gold thread lace chin straps
Will be InvalM Eventually; the
chin strap is to be made of gold
wire and those of thread lace
will not be regulation.
Garment manufacturers were
advised that o r n amentatlon
items such as trouser and
sleeve braid or can lace used
On Clothing with Quality Con Control,
trol, Control, -certificate numbers' also,
must be certified by the Quality
control Office; v j

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in new and 4nl1frlainnifrit
HOG-YCN
40 PANAMA 109O,COL0.V V



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CE8DAT. OCTOBER ?, M5!
Democrat Lanslide CoasWo-Coast
Predicted In November By Humphrey
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fHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAtlT NEWSPAPHt

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ClhB WeiW Attend i- a f i,
I Annual Communion Ersakfsst .--

rTht ballroom ef the Ttvou

Guest House wsl the scene o( thi
annual Communion Breakfast giv
en for all Catholic- women f St,
Mary's parish. About sixty guests

tended the hrefkfssL. which wss

sponsored by St. Mary's Altar
Rosary Society. Devotional music,
jas placed during the breakfast.
-Guest speaker for the calo
svtt Mrs. Dorothy Neville, 1 who
was introduced by Mrs.; Mary
tyyce; Mrs. .Neville-discussedHne
book Tht Convert" by tyargaref
fennings and also spoke briefly
M her; personal views on the Sub Sublet.
let. Sublet. :;. m .'

- rt i. . .' All

jini comminee in cnarge oi wc
breakfast' arrangements included
Mrs, Ann Maloney, Mrs,' Phil Fu-

per, Mrs. swriey cox, Mrs. si si-He
He si-He Husum. Mrs. Mary Hummel

and Mrs, Ann Parks. ;

ft Mary's Parish : V-' '),;,;
Honors Blessed Virgin
-A special ceremony honoring the
Blessed Virgin Mary wan present-

ed Sunday afternoon at St. Mary's

Church by members of tne
efiurch'i parislu After the children
of the school formed living Ros Ros-tT
tT Ros-tT sround the Grotto Shrine of
the Virgin, those attending joined
lit the recitation of the Most Holy

Kosary.

"After the procession returned to

cnw cnurcn, r ainer James mur mur-pay,
pay, mur-pay, pastor of St, Mary's lave a

sermon on tne importance oi ros ros-fiy
fiy ros-fiy devotions and Altar Rosary
focieties. He then conducted the
cHurch ritual for the reception of
new members into the Rosary Al

tar Societies of Balboa, Ancon and
Ctirandu. which was followed by

distribution of blessed roses to all
Rossrians. v-;?-'

After the ehuren services, new

members were guests of honor at
a formal tea given in the Parish

Hal) by the St. Mary's Altar Kos Kosary
ary Kosary Society. Mrs. VlviaB Haydel,

Mrs. Dorothy Rose ana Mrs. firm

Jy Snedeker presided at the at

tractively ippotmeawa ana puncn

Others assisting with the, lea

were Mrs. Manr Joyce. Mrs. Em

Mrs.;Phyins Best, Mrs. rnu su super,
per, super, Mrs.' Shirley Co. Mrs. Ellle
Husum, Mrs. Ann Parks and .Mrs.

Ann Maloney.

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Entertain At Dfnner

Mr.r'and Mrs. Francis Bernsrd

Pohms entertained at their,, home

In Margarita honoring-miss mar

gie Reimann, who presided as
queen in Friday's Jamboree, At Attending
tending Attending with 4helr daughter were
Mr. and Mrs. Francia A. Reimann

of Curundu.

Meeting

A proposed measure regarding
Increased loajj' facilities will be
discussed tomorrow night by the

San Antonio, de ,PMu credit

Cooperative.

The general assembly meeting
la slated to begin at 7:30 at the
French Society Hull VO Street.
Members are urged to attend

to vote on the measure

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From the colleetion of that up-and-coming young French designer, Pierre Cardln, eome these
two new approaches to the look for autumn evenings, Empire dress (left) in 'raspberry red
rlon, nylon and silk satin is richly draped In U shape. Short evening dress (right) in black
faille has puckered skirt, ribbon belt just under the bosom.- By ROSETTE HARGROVE,
NEA Staff Correspondent, Paris.

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Reds Protest That TV Show
Slanders Stalin's Death

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WASHTNtfiToM ( UPn The So-1

viet Union yesterday protested as

"filthy slander" a recem televi television
sion television drjms which pictured Josef

Stalin as having died Irom a

stroke after fellow Kremlin lead leaders
ers leaders retusfd 1'im proper medical

aid.

Russian Ambassador MiKnau
Mensbiko" handed the protest to

Deputy Underscore .ary of Mate
Robert Murphy. He idenMfied the
drama as ,rThe Plot to Kill Sta

lin," which visa aired sepy a on
CBS' "Playhouse 80."
- He I sa'd tbc program was a
filthy slander against the Soviet
Union and the Soviet government.

"This kind ol slanderous atiacit
is incimpatilile with international
standards and inadmissible in
normal diplomatic relations be between
tween between two countries." he said.
!I voiced a resolute protest
fegainst sHw? provocative action,"
Menshihcv told reporters.
Sta'a Department spokesman
Lincoln Whito revealed that Mur Murphy
phy Murphy old Menshikov in effect that
Russh was directing its protest
to the wmnn place.
Points Out Difference
He vt'A Murphy pointed out the
dif'ermrp between the Soviet
and U.S. systems of entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and information and went
on to exp'tKiu "that television net networks
works networks in thi? country are not con controlled
trolled controlled by the United States gov government.

Whi'.e added that Menshikov's

p-otest "was taken under advise

ment." Asked what this meant.

.he spukesnan replied that it

il'f protest "nas Been

Gamboa Church
Family Dinner
Set For Thursday

Indiana -"tine of the pleasant
jurprises Hs said Democrat
Vance ilankc was out in front
of Rsbubbcar Gov. Harold W.
Handily in their race for thp Sen Senate
ate Senate sen vacated by Republican
Sen. Willi m Jenner.
WisroMn Democra'ic Sen.
William Troxmlre was "way out
in front" in his re-elec ion bid.

Pennsylvania "Looks very
good."

Weit Vfginis The Republi Republicans
cans Republicans have "virtually conceded"

they will lose both Senate seats

they now hold.
Minnesota Democratic Rep.
Eugene J. McCarthy was "gain
ing all ma t me" in his campaign
to unseat Republican Sen. Ed Edward
ward Edward J. Thye.

means

noted."

The Soviet envoy clearly was

not satisfied. He said that he ex expected
pected expected the Lnited States to take
a nmn vw i o t a massuvAs" in caa

HWiaiiruj laic iiicbbuivj hi v

that there i? no repetition of the ed

episode. He said such program
"can only be detrimenlal to the

relations between Russia and the

United States."
Menshikov was asked what Rus Russia
sia Russia wanted this government to do
about a prosiam aired by a privately-owned
network. He replied
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occurred "on the territory of the
United Mates, the U.S. govern

ment bean responsibility for it."

A hosp'taliiy committee of tbe

Gamboj Union Church has an

nouncei a Tot Luck Supper for

Ti"rday evening. Each family

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i e e a casserole of meat or
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WASHINGTON. (UPI) Sen. of the sta es he

Huhert. H HumDhrev (DMinn.) Mi? uur "Vei y

vesterdav forecast a coast-to- ocra' it pamriise

coast Democratic landslide in
November. He said he did not
believe President Eisenhower
"will change a vote" with his
all-out campaign for OOP can candidates.
didates. candidates. Humphrey vice-chairman of the
Demorraiir senatorial campaign
commiMee, told a news confer conference
ence conference the omlook was "very good"
for Ojinoti atie candidates in all
the 11 states he visi ed on a re

cent campaign tour.
Besides his home state of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota Humphrey campaigned in
Califoin.a Missouri, Indiana, Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, luwa Sou h Dako'a, Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. West Virginia. New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey and New York.
Humphrey saw California as the
''banner state" f" he Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. He predicted Democrat Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Frown would defeat
GOP Sen. William F. Knowland
for governor and Democrlic
Rep. Clair Engle would beat Gov.
Goodwin .1 Kni?h' for the Senate.

Scoffs At OOP Meeting
He scoffed at yesterdav's White

House meeUnc between President

Eisenhowc and top Republican
leaders wh'rh was designed to
pep up ihf- Republican campaign
and put an end to apathy among
party vorker?.
"It's the first ime I've heard

of a party holding a wake before
the pol'tici.! corpse was deliv delivered,"
ered," delivered," Humphrey said. He said

Knowland's failure to attend the

strategy session shows the GOP
Senate leader "unders'ands the
fac's of life."
He also belittled the effect of
the President's decision to wage
an a'tive personal campaign on
behalf of GOP candidates. He re remarked
marked remarked thai "the people will al always
ways always bp g';td to see the Presi President"
dent" President" but he added:
"I dn't think he'll change a
vote. The people have already
made uo their minds."

Humphrey said the two big is

sues of the campaign thus far had
been "the economic issue" includ including
ing including the effects of the recession
and '(he lack of faith in the ad administration
ministration administration due to the lack of
leaderrhip."

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chairmen, respectively, of the
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Canal Zone.

In a 15-minute televised
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ganization's organization's purpose, activities,
value to the community in the
training of youths and the sup support
port support of the organization by the
United Fund.

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I, Air Command, succeeding Col. Paul A. Zartman who left for
retirement last month. Colonel Powel has served as executive
.inspector general, Air Force Headquarters in Washington, D.a,
;m commander of Keesler.Air Base in Mississippi, and as Air
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NEW YORK, Oct. 7 (UPI) Bob Turley caught
up to the Milwaukee Braves and the law of averages
caught up to Lew Burdette.

And so the 1958 World Series
goes back to Milwaukee tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow with the world champion
Braves still in the drivers' seat
but the New York Yankees con confident
fident confident they can win the "Series
now that they have routed the
No. 1 jinx in their history.
A crowd of 65,279 saw Turley,
kayoed in the first inning of the
Yankees' 13-5 second-game loss
in Milwaukee, blow down the
Braves with an assortment of
fast balls and change-ups that
had them "taking" strikes all
afternoon.
The Yankees, meanwhile, hit
Burdette, the man from Nitro,
W Va., who had beaten them
four straight times, sharply in
the early inning rally that
clinched the 7-0 victory.
GIL McDOUGALD
Turley, a 21-game winner dur during
ing during the American League sea season,
son, season, was superb. He faced only
34 batters, struck out 10 and was
in trouble only once, in the top
of the sixth when left-fielder
Elston Howard, subbing for
lourth-game goat Norm Siebern
hailed him out with a splendid
diving ... catch of Red Schoen Schoen-aienst's
aienst's Schoen-aienst's sinking liner.
At the time it was still any anybody's
body's anybody's game. Gil McDougald had
given the Yankees a 1-0 lead in
the third inning with a homer
that crashed into the left field
foul pole screen but the Braves
brilliant defense was keeping
Burdette out of trouble.
Bill Bruton opened th sixth
with a bad-hop single over
shortstop Tony Kubck's head
and Schoendienst followed with
a looping fly to short left cen center
ter center It looked like a hit but How Howard
ard Howard made a diving catch of the
ball and Bruton was doubled off
first base.
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That took Turley out of his

only jam and the Yankees sew sewed
ed sewed it up in their half of the
same frame when they finally
put their World Series nemesis
to rout.
Hank Bauer led it off with a
single and Mickey Mantle al also
so also singled after Jerry Lumpe
bunted foul on a third strike,
line double by Yogi Berra, a
walk to Howard and Bill
Skowron's single finished Bur Burdette
dette Burdette and brought on Juan
Pizarro, who subsequently was
tagged for a two-run double
by Gil McDougald and a two-
run single by Turley.
The six runs, of course, were
the ball game as Turley worked
his way through the final three
innings without serious difficul difficulty.
ty. difficulty. It was big Bob's second Se Series
ries Series win, overall, and the second
time in this Series that the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees shut out the Braves' slug sluggers.
gers. sluggers. Don Larsen and Ryne Du Du-ren
ren Du-ren combined to do it in the
third game.
Burdette said he pitched a a-bout
bout a-bout the same as he had in his
four previous victories over the
Yankees but he didn't look the
same. The Yankees hit him hard
right from the start and only
fine defensive plays by Bruton
and Hank Aaron postponed his
eventual departure.

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i COOD DAY'S WORK Contestants in the International
; Game Fish Tournament off San Juan, Puerto. Rico, pose with
; their catches of blue marlin. They are, left to right, Dr
! Rafael A. Blanco, Tato Blanco, Fred Schock, Jr., John Tassie'
and Jose Beauchamp. Fifteen were boated in first two days.

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of the fifth 1958 World Series
game:
Milwaukee (N) AB R H RBI
Bruton.cf 3 0 2 0
Schoeadienst,2b 3 0 10
Mathews,3b 4 0 1 0
Aaron, rf 4 0 0 0
Covington.lf 4 0 10
b-Wise 0 0 0 0
Torre.lb 3 0 0 0
Crandall.c 3 0 0 0
Logan, ss 3 0 0 0
Burdette.p 2 0 0 0
Pizarro, p 0 0 0 0
a-Hanebrink 10 0 0
Willey.p 0 0 0 0
Totals 30 0 5 0
Maw York (A) AB R H RBI
Bauer.rf 4 110
Lumpe, 3b 3 0 1 0
Richardson, 3b 10 0 0
Mantle.cf 3 12 0
Berra ,c 4 11 1
Howard.lf 3 10 0
Skowron.lb 4 111
McDougald,2b 4 2 2 3
Kubek.ss 4 0 1 0
Turley.p 3 0 1 2
Totals 33 7 10 7

a-Fouled out for Pizarro in 8th;
b-Ran for Covington in 9th.
Milwaukee 000 000 0000
New York 001 006 OOx 7
PO-A-Milwaukee 24-9, New York
27-6. DP Mathews and Torre;
Howard, McDougald and Skowron.
LPB-Milwaukee 7, New York 4.
2B-Berra, McDougald. HR-Mc-
Dougald, Schoendienst.
ip h r er bb so
Turley (W) 9 5 0 0 3 10
Burdett. (L) 5 1-3 8 6 6 1 4
Pizarro 12-3 2 1 1 1 3
Willey 1 0 0 0 0 2
WP Pizarro. U- Barlick (N),
plate; Berry (A), IB; Gorman
(N), 2B; Flaherty (A), 3B; Umont
(A), Jackowski (N), foul lines.
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on Nov. 11. The little colt who
beat Round Table three times in
a row in his last three races, will
face horses from li over the
world in the mile and one-half
race with Russian horses com competing
peting competing for the first timuffere capii
DUFFERS CUP STARTS
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Delegates from the World Ama Amateur
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matching strokes nd scores today
in the "duffers cup" tournament
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drews. Andrews. The 36 hole competition to today
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Play-by-Play Of Fifth
World Series Contest

NEW YORK (UPI) A play-by-
Dlav description of the fifth game
of the 19598 World Series follows:
BRAVES FIRST
Bruton walked when Turley's 3
and 2 pitch was low. Schoendienst
sacrificed, bkowron to Mcuougaia,,
who covered first base. Mathews
flied to Bauer on a 1 and 2 pitch.
Aaron flied to Mantle. No runs,
no hits, no errors, ,one left.
YANKEES FIRST
Bauer went down swinging on
three pitches. Bruton made a
beautiful one handed running
catch of Lumpe's bid for a base
hit to right center. Mantle struck
out. No runs, no hits, no errors,
none left.
BRAVES SECOND
Covington flied to Mantle in
deep center. Torre walked on four
Ditches. Crandall was called out
on strikes. Logan also was called
out on strikes, ino runs, no. mis,
no errors, one left.
YANKEES SECOND
Torre made a fine stop of Ber-
ra's ground-ball bid for a hit into
the hole and threw to Burdette,
covering first, for the put-out.
Aaron dashed into deep center to
take Howard's drive few feet
from the bleacher wall. Skowron
rolled to Logan. No runs,, no hits,
no errors, none left.
BRAVES THIRD
Burdette struck out. Bruton be became
came became Turley's fourth straight
strikeout victim when he missed
a slow curve. Schoendienst lined
2 and 2 pitch into center field for
a single, the first hit of the game.
Mathews was called out on
strikes. No runs, one hit, no er errors,
rors, errors, one left.
YANKEES THIRD
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McDougald hit a 2 and 0 pitch
against the foul pble screen in
left field for a home run, putting
the Yankees ahead, 1-0, Kubek
went down swinging. Turley rolled
to Schoendienst. Bauer grounded
out to Logan. One run, one hjt
no errors, none left.
BRAVES FOURTH
Aaron flied to Howard in deep
left center. Covington was called
out on strikes. Torre bounced to
Skowron, who made the play un unassisted.
assisted. unassisted. No runs, no hits, no er er-rrs,
rrs, er-rrs, none left.
YANKEES FOURTH
The game was held un when
three fans ran onto the field with
a banner reading, "Castro Frees
Cuba". Lumpe hit a chopper over
tne mound and beat it out for a
single when Schoendienst could
only knock down the ball behind
second base. Mantle grounded
sharply into right field for a sin single,
gle, single, Lumpe, who had to hold uo
to avoid being hit by the ball,
stopping at second. Juan Pizarro
was warming up in the Braves'
bullpen. Mathews snared Berra's
erounder, stepped on third to
force Lumpe and threw to Torre
to complete the double play. Man
tle going to second. Torre had to
leaD for Mathews throw and
Berra argued his foot was off the
hn" but, to no avail. Howard flied
to Bruton. No runs, two hits, no
errors, one left.
BRAVES FIFTH
Crandall bounced to Lumne. Lo Logan
gan Logan struck out to become TnrleyV
venth victim. Burdette flied to
Howard in deep left center. Nr
runs, no hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEES FIFTH
Skowron flied to Covington ir
deep left center. McDougald

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bounced to Mathews. Kubek drib dribbled
bled dribbled a ball in front of the plate
and beat it out for a single,, his
first hit of the Series.. Logan
tossed out Turley. No runs, one
hit, no errors, one left.
BRAVES SIXTH
Bruton's sharp drive took a bad
hop over Kubek's head into left
center field for a single. Howard
made a diving catch of Schoen Schoen-diest's
diest's Schoen-diest's looping fly and threw to
nrst base doubling off Bruton.
Howard's jthrow was deflected off
McDougald's glove, but Skowron
picked up the ball and tagged out
Bruton. The play went Howard to
McDougald to Skowron. Mathews
lashed a single through the right
side of the Yankee infield. Aaron
struck out. No runs, two hits, no
errors, ,one left.
YANKEES SIXTH
Bauer singled past Mathews
into left field. Lumpe was called
out on strikes. Mantle dronned a
looping fly into short lefVcenter
for a single, Bauer going to third.
eerra lined the first pitch into
right field for a double. Bajer
scoring to make it 2-0. Mantle
went to third. Howard was nur-
posely walked, filling the bases.
Skowron singled sharply to right
field, Mantle scoring to Dut the
Yankees ahead, 3-0. Pizarro re
placed Burdette on the mound for
the Braves. McDougald's long
drive bounced into the Braves'
bullpen on one hop for a ground ground-rule
rule ground-rule double, Berra and Howard
scoring to make it 50. Kubek
struck out. Turley singled to left,
Mcowron and McDougald sconns
to give the Yankees a 7-0 bulge.
uon MCMahon and Carlton Willey
were warming up for the Braves.
Fizarro's 1 and 2 Ditch to Bauer.
up for the second time in" the in
ning, ,was wild and Turley went
to second. Bauer struck out. Six
runs, six hits, no errors, one left.
BRAVES SEVENTH
Bobby Richardson olaved third
base for the Yankees. Covington
went down swinging. Torre
bounced to Skowron who made
the play unassisted. Crandall
walked. Logan flied to Bauer. No
runs, no hits, no errors, one left.
YANKEES SEVENTH
Richardson bounced to Pizarro.
Mantle valked. Berra rolled out
to Mathews. Mantle going to sec second.
ond. second. Howard struck out. No runs,
no hits, no errors, ne left.
BRAVES EIGHTH
Harry Hanebrink batted for Pi
zarro and fouled to Berra. Bruton
singled to left center. Schoendienst
popped to Kubek. Mathews rolled
to Richardson. No runs, one hit,
no errors, one left.
YANKEES EIGHTH
Willey replaced Pizarro on the
mound for the Braves. Skowron
struck out. McDougald struck out.
Kubek flied to Covington. No runs,
no hits, no errors, nne left.
BRAVES NINTH
Aaron struck out. Covington
singled off Kubek's glove into left
field. Casey Wise ran for Coving
ton. Torre popped to McDougald.
Crandall bounced to Kubek who
threw to McDougald forcing Wise.
No runs, one hit, no errors, one
left.
LOGART FAVORED
NEW YORK (UPI) Welter
weight contender Isaac Logart of
Cuba is favored at 21 to win an
avenging decision over Rudell
Stitch .of Louisville, Ky., tonight
n their return 10-rounder at St.
Nicholas Arena. Tonight's bout
will not be televised.
.Oct. 7
. .Oct. 21
Oct. 10
Oct. ir

By LEO H. PETERSON

MILWAUKEE, Octj. 7 (UPI)
To gamble or not to gamble
that's the question 1 that con confronts
fronts confronts rival managers Fred Ha Ha-ney
ney Ha-ney and Casey Stengel today
when they name their starting
pitchers for the sixth game of
the World Series.
Haney, his world champion
Milwaukee; Braves still on top,
three games to two, had a well well-rested
rested well-rested Bob Rush to throw at the
New York Yankees but appar apparently
ently apparently was undecided whether to
go with Bob Buhl,'anx18-game
winner in 1957 who was out with
an arm Injury most of this year
And Stengel, still insisting
his Yankees could come on to
win the Series, had an equally-well-rested
Don Larsen, the
perfect game pitcher, ready
but wondered whether he
could afford to gamble with
relief ace Ryne Duren or
right-hander Art Ditmar.
Haney and steneel too. nrnh-
ably will announce the big de decisions
cisions decisions at around 2 p.m. today.
Haney said he would reveal his
sixth game choice alter a
Braves' workout. Steneel alsn in
dicated he'd rnake up his mind
ttiier a nignis sieep.
Kush. a lfl-erame winner Anr
Inr; the National T ,ea?up. Kpasnn
lost the 4-0 third-game decision
to J-arsen but allowed only two
runs in the six innings he work worked.
ed. worked. Larsen retired after seven
shutout innings and Duren com-
pieiea ine game.
Duren started onlv One tram
for the Yankees this year but
aiengei pointed out: "I can just
ask him to throw as hand as he
can as long as he can and fol follow
low follow him with anybody I need.
I've got a lot of pitchers and
they've got all winter to rest so
nobody's going to be spared."
It seemed certain, however,
that Haney would hold out two two-time
time two-time winner Warren Spahn for
the seventh game if one is
necessary.
Stengel breathed defiance
despite the still-desperate po position
sition position of the Yankees because
he had finally seen the Amer-,
lean League champions beat
the greatest nemesis in their
history. Lew Burdette, in the
wrap fifth game-1 ? 4 1
"i been savins all alon we're
no- out of this thing," he said.
Ana i sun say we'll win it."
Burdette, four times a winner
over the Yankees, finally got his
come-uppance yesterday when
he was kavoed in a six-run
sixth-inning rally. He had been
nil snarpiy during the early in innings
nings innings but had allowed only one
run Gil McDougalds third-in
ning homer until the roof fell
in on him in the big sixth.

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PAGR SEVEN
ESDAT, OCTOBER 7, 1958
Vrl t j!ii'iirr. i?isv, v-
aitimbfe Colts
Browns Grab Pro Gri d Loop Division Leads

Cleveland

SURE THING

4

IT HA 9C0M
Ok TuAT
BACH FALL ThB
ALL-AMEBICA wano
FALL ON AT LAT
Cvf OKLAHOMA SOY

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i v.-: -;- ,-. r- 1 J l I

-.at ll .. v at lfe.vir I

By EARL WRIGHT

ilfef i'' V 7-,

I

bets" Biggest Gathering

Ancient St. Andrews

f Top Amateur

Golfers

rThe"Baitimore ColU nd Cleve-nd-Brown,
the National Toot
oll T aatrna'a tnn Tnnnnti W

niernnm stnrtv crabbed the dibi-

3ion leads' during the weekend by
nroriucing a ihower of touchdowns

during their xammauons on

Th rnlti who hit the books in

i studv session under Coach Weeb
Ewban'k before every workout, be
came; early-season Western Divi-

'-hirago Bears saturaay mgni,
51-38.8 A sellout Baltimore crowd
of 52,622 watched, slenny Moore
trnrm' ffHlr timd flW tile Colt

durinf the .biggest regular season

scoring-spree since ineir ao-ti i"
umrh over the. Los Angeles Rums

in J956.f ''',ny;.

. Browns Ciebbtr ; sweiers
rnaoh Pn1 Rrnwn'i Browns.

utVia nrnhahlv An VMI more cUsg

rnnm ctiiHvin than the Colts fand

woe to the Brownie who lsei his

notebook),-, too tneir -usual spoi

at the ton 01 tne Eastern race

bv awatnoing the Pittsburgh Steel

r . . ''

Baltimore and Cleveland (notn
ni mriiH i the nr.lv unde

feated, elub. and took one-game
leads because of vital assist from
the Ranis, Philadelphia Eagles
andChicag8; Cardinals. Cleveland
tua ihm nnlv' favnrlta h1 tn win

as five underdogs whiooed or tied

119 aiippipi iRTr nauimore aione

in tha WActorn mca when it

handed the Sn Francisco Fortyi

Niners one of.meir worst defeats

suhdayr 33-3. Joe perry 01 me
Fortv-Niners gained 44 vards and
became the league's all-t'me rush-

tne chamoion witn 5.877. bteve

Van Bnfen of the Easles re
Hnnlv holH Th TPPfird With K Sfid

ThJ rn1t nt ih eamp left the

Hears, Fortv Niners ana Ham

(each l-i) tied tor second oenina

the colts. ...
Card Surorli Redskins

' Tha "PDrHinala siirnrte1 the

tVi thin lion K'Hskins Satur

day night. 37-10. arid the Eagles

konrert a 77.71 Minnav linear, in.

nmrih over the New York Giants.

Th mrnrmm lft tha fimnt Car.

di"als. K a ales and Redskins (each
11) tied for second behind the
Bmwns.
'The Detroit Tjons. defendine

I e. a g u e and Western Div sion

rhamninns. fumhlpn and Dooten

.wav several, scorinp chances and

were held to a 13-13 tie by te
ftraan Kav Parkers. Thev gh l

thaxWactarn pilar with a loss and

Ixa tie aoiece. Pittsburgh tO-2) is

ijst in tthe East. i

Weekend Sports
Summary

Results Of Taboqa-Panama

And Skiing Races

Ly HINRY W.' THORNBIRRY

err imrtPfflll! Rpntlanrl CUPI)

tolt "I
The greatest assembly" of inter inter-,
, inter-, jtional tmateur, g o li e r ever
tustered gathered here fat ;tne
adiUonat stsine of the gme

day in preparation tor we
orld team championship. ;
Twenty nine countries from all
tsvof the globe will compete
the magnificent silver "Eisen "Eisen-?wer
?wer "Eisen-?wer Trophy" over 6,526 yards of
;se toughest golfing country in the

But for most tour-man

battle will be tnira piace. ii
urnament aptieared to, be strict strict-..
.. strict-.. ht inr first nlaee between

lAmerica and Britain.
I ru. Imanaan w team WAS v tlie

I nt attantinn not. 80 much

W n .

L0,... Af fhi l'hftr of the T)lav-

rs but because vthe creat Bobby
nr hara is its' cant" 'n.

I To the citizens- of St. Andrews
I. n,ripiilr nH tn Scots in gen-

i.i.l -

tal; Robert Tyre Jones was we
reatest gdH ef whft ever rpiayed
he W- eowp -ok thiii ewt coast
. aiversity :'towir.. :.v
, Called Jf'Pasturt'
Any""maJl Vbw cwristall-i-th-..iia4
linV mw naature"

and Bet aw?; with Ws -We; e

did just this,ii on his first -visit

rere. He also, smn nc wuu w ;

play nere aga n-puA ... -v

it

Wolstenholme round out the Brit

ish team. Jack is a former Brit British
ish British Amateur champion while Wol-

atantin ma ann Kprnwnp am niiin

experienced Walker Cup players.

- vt tne otner u teams, ine Aus Australians,
tralians, Australians, Canadians, French and
New Zealanders appear best bets

for high placings. ... 4 i

The tournament win oe piayea
ovef 72 holes Oct. 8-11.

Greta Anderson
In Roundtrip
Catalina Swim

is

Lkm at Kf, Anriraws 1n'l930 that

'ne vuu ....... 7. ... ,
. tha 4nr VPTur tflum" titles he

.ticked tip that1 fabulous year.;:
ill Jones :Vb2.'1S!I?

lere wft'WTn. cnarue ww.-"!w
M tr.s:- Amateur vhtai,-
j w.ivai- rSTn-'filf in -Ene

-t4 aii W rtmneMiw in, J951. to
3ick; Chahmman ; in SW- British

Umateurt.Bii'V Joe Pntton is no
atranger, trh;oW circles
"h"" the Terit.ton 6f Dr. 'Frank

r.vinr a-nri Bill Hyndman iu nave

I tr-ceded3 them, -: 'M f )
if B..t tha British hava- heafT TM11!-

uif hv th. Api1s1on" of Harvie

ti rward .flf. J San ; Francisco. teased
I W best; iimsteur t n t e i .Tones
IKbi..a ha -wnn1 tha British' Amateur

I fin 1952 f "IM'owed ft by ,win ,win-M
M ,win-M ning the V.S'. Amateur two con-

ieeuiave;-7ean. j:- ; s

All the writers' and officials here 1

nelieve Ward's omission from tne :
'team Indicated ; a new tough, ;ai-mon-pure
line of ; amateurism by
th uSGA. Ward was' suspended
for a breach .of amateurism,, his
(Molting expenses t allegedly being
llntaH ti-mnlmrpr KH Lnwerv.

.The' suspension was lifted this
'year and he ; could have' : been

earned for tne world tournament.

TB- nonw -c a n t r ie are
matching the- Americans with : a
' "Great Britain and Ireland" team
eomorislng golfer from Ireland.
England and Scotland. They w'll
be led by non playing captain
Gerald Micklem' and byJnky .Joe
CCarr,. the reign'ng British charn-
?' lion," a Dublin men's outfirer w'-o
t rckoned Britain's 'ton amatehr.
Reld Jack of Scotlfn-i an-f F""
Ashmen Arthur. Perowne and Guy

Maraihon

. LONG BEACH, (Jalif. (UPI-
flrpta AnHorcon 3n.vaar.nTH Inn?

......... w v C3
itiotanrA cwimmar who nnra was

mid she would never swim again,
Today Held the record as the first

person to cross the Catalina Chan Channel
nel Channel both -ways in' the same swim.
-If T knpw what I was in for T

rwouldnt have done it,-" the pow-

day after more than 27,xhoura-in

ipe cow water. .. .v
The 1948 Olympic gold medal
winner for her native Denmark
underwent a knee operation after
a KWimminf" fnliirv aevplral -vaars

ago and was told she would, nev-

sne came to tne united states
in 1QS.1 anil tartat tralnlna-

distance swimming in 1956 after

cause of arthritis-.

kvw vnnv itptvI!;' Wiair.

cheatad retired Craak' ar'mv mainr

. II i t .u- it i UJ n:,

was jjuueujwuui me xiuusun niuer
blue and exhausted Sunday night
after a futile attempt to swim 35

miles arouna Mannattan isuna.
" iTAoAh 'TareranAi AOt 'ntw, ?a', M 1,

had swum the English 'Channel
ifouri times and 40, miles down the

me, was about ten miles from
his goal when he became too ex exhausted
hausted exhausted s itotti fighting winds,
strong currents 'and cold waters.

Riilesinfe

Baseball Clinics
To Begin Oct. 14
Secretary-treasurer Lewx HII HII-xlnger,
xlnger, HII-xlnger, of .the Pan-Canal Um Umpire's
pire's Umpire's v! Association, announced
thai series of baseball elln'ej
ptrtainlnfl to rules Interpretation
will be held prior, to the coming
'' baseball '.season.'yj-'' W!
The first of these clln'es will
be. at Reader 1 Gymnasium at
Port Clayton e 7 k Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Oct. 14. All .nwmbera ef
the Association, prospective im im-r
r im-r plres, managers or vbatabill
' p'syari, an' fans, are Invited 1e
'tend .these Informative ses-

United Press International
Saturday

NEW YORK Outer space
lienT ct in aHffe A -Glitter DV

a nose in tne $70,300 Beiaame

Handiean at RPlmnnt Parx.
L PffMI F BFAPH flnlif Tom

Pnhhina nt V nehurst.. N. C. WOO

the National Seniors' Amateur

antf tnnrnament with an unset 2

snd-1 victorv over Johnny Dawson
Int 1m An vales.

I ATLANTIC CITY, N. 3.

iMatapar won me itsi pnuuim i

the $5,000 Aoorentice Hanaicap

at Atlantic-. City. '
BERLIN Gustav Scholz of
fnnnprt Charles Humez

of Fr-nce in the 12th round to

win the Eurooean mioaieweigm

boxin? rhampionsnip.
MOSCOW Russia selected a
nir of three-vear-old bay colts
Garnyr and Zrvadto compete
in the MOO.non Washington, D. C.
International Race at Laurel Park
Nov. 11.

SAN MATEO. Calif. audi
ti.. nt4iri wiffh Performance

in the stretch to win the $23,250

Mapes Handicap at Bay Meaaow.

Sunday
att aimttp r.TTY. N. J. John

it..-i. nt th Npw York Ath-

letip Club won the National AAU

n lri1motr q vi miles) waiKing

championship in a time of one
hour, 19 minutes nd nine

seconds.,
rtvrrM- Fnolish auto race

driver Peter Mitchell was. killed

when his car oversnot a curve

and somersaulted twice.
nAUVTT.T.K. Va. Walt Hans-

gen of Westfield, N. J. won the

feature sports car race i me
Virginia International Raceway.

PARIS American owneo

t.11,n.ntfa uinn the 45.000.000

francs (8108 000) Prix de L Arc de

Triomphe, Europe s ncnesi norae
race. .'

Results of the boat races or

ganized .by the Club de Yates y

Pesca at Panama, neia on sepi:
28, In honor of His Excellency,

Ernesto ae ia uuraia, jr., pres

ident ox me KepuDiic.
i SKI MARATHON -tParticlpants

who finished the event) (Tabo (Tabo-ea
ea (Tabo-ea to Panama, 13 miles) Gulller-

mo Saint Malo, Jr; Buiort

carter. Jr. Robert Daniel. Jr.

Margie Daniel Frank Hlrt
Ricardo Bustamante Ra

mon Mldence Ernesto de la

Guardia, III Fred Walker
ntinrlaa R Vhnt) Rolando El-

n Bill Harris Tomas Dur-

tti.

RACE FOR "ZAPATOS" (lour
lans) Only one Inscription was

made. In order to hold the race,

at least, three inscriptions were

necessary.
RACE FOR BOATS FROM 13
to 15 FEET (with motors up to

35H.P one motor oniyj.
,1 Panama (P) pilot Chas Ab Ab-erhathv
erhathv Ab-erhathv Motor Evinrude (S-

T) 35 H.P.

2. "Eddy" (P) pilot Eawara
Abbott Motor vinrude $5 H.

p. ..

r "Pico-Pico" Pilot Roaono

Causadias Motlr Johnson 35
H.P.

P AflF. FOR BOATS FROM 15

FEET OR MORE (with motors

up to 50 H.P. one motor oniy).
1 wnta fC Z. nllot Jim Car

ter Motor Mark 58 45 H.P.

2. Fiberglass (P) pilot MUton

Lowe Motor Johnson 50

H.P.

3 Fairlane (C.Z.) Pilot tnranK

Hirt Motor Evinrude 50

HP.

PRESIDENTIAL C L A 8 s I u
(Panama-Taboga-Panama 25

miles, open).

1. Boy (P) Pilot James aoya
Motors Mercury 70 H.P. (each

one). ..

2. "Mollo Winy puot koqouo

Causadias Motors Johnson 35

4 "Fiberelass puot jmuwh

Lowe Motor Johnson 50 n r.

5. "Trebol" pilot Atomo J-eg-

iara "Motor Evinrude 35 H.P.

6. "Fainane puoi. rifm

Motor Evinrude 50 h.p.

7. "Quo-Vadis" pilot Luis pi-

an l Tn-nnara Motor.

8 "Moby-Dick" pilot Jorge

mamIh Tn-board Motor.

a "Turiravo" nllot Carlos A.

ruinii mntnr .Tnhnson SB HP.

iCIU. ...vvv

" 10. "Marltza" puot werni.uu

B.ninii Motors Johnson 03

uaibH
ttp raoph fine).

11. "Yuankar" pilot Maxranno

Lopez Motor west-Ben aa n.c

one case of Gulf oil one

case of Cerveza Balboa.

S.'Qne Panasllla, Bazar Ame Americano.
ricano. Americano. -One case of Shell oil oil-one
one oil-one case of cerveza Balbao.
5. PRESIDENTIAL CLASSIC
(Panama Taboga Panama 25
miles open).
1 "Motores nnlnan. 8 A Tro

phy One round trip ticket to

Lima, Aerovlas Panama, s.A.
(APA) one suitcase. Fabrlca

Nacional de Maletas y Baules

Valencia Avianca Trophy

two gallons of marine paint

O ldden. midden Panama. H A.

two cases of Cerveza Balboa-

two cases of oil (one Shell and
Ana niilf inna irrense service

Estaclon Sandoval prize from

imprenta tsarcenas.
2. Cerveza Balboa Trophy. Cer

veceria Nacional, S. A. One

mitnr) triM iMrt tA fisn JnKii I nth nlftppR nn rasft of Cer-

Costa Rica, liACSA one free I veza Balbao each one.

Army; Navy Get Chance

Saturday to Show How

Good They Really Are

pass for two persons for one
month Teatro Central Salon
Bahla prize one case of Gulf
oil one case of Cerveza Bal

boa one grease service asta asta-cion
cion asta-cion Sandoval.

3. oil Gonzalo Garrldo Trophy

One small battery radio, Econ-

agas, S.A. one case of Shell oil
one case of Cerveza Balboa

one urease service Estaclon San

doval.

4. One "plancha" of marine
plywood, Vlllanueva y Tejelra
One set of utensils Almacen 5
and 10 One case of Gulf oil oil-one
one oil-one cas eof Cerveza Balboa.
5. One "plancha" of marine
plywood, Vlllanueva y Tejelra
One case of Shell oil one case
of Cerveza Balboa.

6th 7th. ftth. 9th. 10th and

WHAT'S IN A NAME

you one to bs
ASLM TBTBLLUOtV

Touch NOTOikMMt

WA& CKSUVQl to bs
BY THS At AMES...

DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES
I. SKI MARATHON (Taboga
t Panama 13 miles).

"Cia. Cyrnos. S.A." Trophy in inscription
scription inscription of all the participants
who arrived at the end to re remain
main remain on exhibition at the Club
de Yates y Pesca de Panama.
Plastic ski Afeernathy, S.A.
tn v,a raffled among all the

participants who rrived tne

ena.
"White Horse' One bottle
nt nrViieirev for each one of the

participants who arrived at the

end.
Free pass for two persons (5
from Metro Goldwyn Meyers
and (5 from Colombia Pictures

of Panama.

One ladles bathing suit wio wio-das
das wio-das Vlco (Margie Daniel),
One carton of Phllllo Mortis
cigarettes one pencil of four
colors one lighter Tabaca Tabaca-lera
lera Tabaca-lera Nacional, S.A.
Five gallons of gasoline Es Estaclon
taclon Estaclon de Gasolina Bella Vista
(Navarro).

TOR "ZAPATOS"

By JOE SARGIS
Arm,, anil Now two of the

nation's highly regarded college

football teams, get a cnance 10
prove how good they really are
next Saturday when they play
(their first major opponents of the

season.
m,a fifth rankarl Cadets rolled

tn thair second straight victory

last Saturday by whipping Penn

State, 26-0, ana tne previous wee
they had an equally easy time of
it routing South Carolina, 34-0.

However, the. big test cones
Saturday when they take on sixth sixth-ranked
ranked sixth-ranked Notre Dame, which has
urnn hnth nf its starts. not in

such startling fashion but over

considerably tougner opponents.

Naby,. ranKed iziiv openeu u
aaamn with a victory over Wil

liam and Mary and followed with

28-14 decision over Boston uni

versity. Next comes Michigan, a
team which held second ranked
Michigan State .to a 12-12 tie in

one of last weeKena s niggest rata
reversals.
While the Fighting Irish were
satisfied with a 14-6 victory oyer

a stubborn Soutnern jvietnoaist
team, some of the nation's other
ranked teams found the going a

big rough.

Sooners Kdge Oregon

Fnnrth rankarl Auburn and

10th ranked Mississippi also had

things pretty much their own

way on Saturday, the Tigers

breezing over little Lhatjanooga,
30-8, and Ole Miss toppling Trinity
(Tex.) 21-0. The Tigers play

Kentucky, idle Saturday, .while

Mississippi meets rmane, a i-o
loser to Georgia Tech.

The Air rorce Academy team
and California provided Satur

day's other shockers. The fledging
Falcons, entering top competition
fnr tha first time nroved thev

were ready by battling eighth-

ranked lowa to a 13-iJ tie, wnue
the Golden Bears humbled Wash Washington
ington Washington State, 34-14, before a home hometown
town hometown crowd and a national tele

vision audience.

Iowa Meets Indiana
y
Tnua moat's Tnrliana nn Satur

day. The Hobsiers "held" Notre

r
it) 2L "1

: ..so KEEP a mino A&tie ; v J. f
THAT TH& YEAR'S. SStjJ f-
aCtr 4X .FULLBACK

7 ftmu m r?

Pro Football

Cleveland

New York f

Chicago Cards
Philadelphia
Washington

Pittsburgh

Loop Standings

NFL Standings
Eastern OivlaM

W. L. T. PFi PA,

2 0 0 0 IS 38
1 1 0 61 34

1 1 0 44 47

1 1 41 48

1 1 0 34 51
2 0 32 68

Waatarn Division

W. L. T. PP. FA.

Baltimore S t 0. 79 53

r-hiaaon Rears 1 1 0 72 71

Loi Angeles 1 1 0 60 33

Kan v rancisco i 1 i to oa

Green Bay o i i

Datrftit 0 1 1 28 41

. Sunday's Results Y'-
fl'miUmnA Aft Pittshurffh 12 V 'f

Philadelphia 27 New York 24 v
Green Bay 13 Detroit 13 (tle)f (tle)f-Los
Los (tle)f-Los Angeles 83 San Francisco 1

(Only games tcneciuieaj v v

2. RACE

(four laps). -,..
1 -Mnlraornr Tronhv B '50.00

of "McGregor" wearing apparel
one case of Shell oil one
case of Cerveza Balboa one
grease service Esttlcion Sando

val prize irom lmpreiiw

cenas.

, 2 Tomas G. Duque Tropny
One set of utensils from Alma

cen 5 and 10 one case 01 inw
oil one case of Cerveza Bal

boa.
3. One Panasllla Bazar
jfimerlcano one case of Shell
fell one case of Cerveza Bal

boa.

3. RACE FOR BOATS fROM
13 to 15 FEET (wiUr motors up

to 35 H.P. five laps).

1. "Jantzen" Trophy $25.00

of "McGregor" wearing- apparei
icviTirda rrl2e one case of

Gulf oil one case of Cerveza

Balboa one f ease service Es Estaclon
taclon Estaclon Sandoval prize from
Tmnrenta Barcenas,

9 nan. ir. NoveV. Inc. Prize

Almacen Maurlclo prize one

case of Shell ou one case or

cerveza Balboa. ;

3. One "Hlckok" belt. Bazar

Tntarnaclnriftl fine Gallon of

marine paint,. Servlcio de Pintu-

m r a one case nr uuir mi

n'ne case of TJerveza Balboa.

.. 4. RACE FOR BOATS FROM
1 r inr.WT OR MORtc (with motors

up to 50 hp,: nve laps).

1. uerveza Baioao xropny

Cerveceria Nacional. S.A. One

wrist watch Joyerla Emlllo
one ease of Shell oil one case
of Cerveza Balboa one grease

serve Bstacion eanaovai w
nrl? from Tmnrenta Barcenas.

, 2. One "Hlckok1 wallet, Bazar

irii"""'C'"r!sn 'vw t une set oi

utensils Almacen 5 and 10 cents

Tnn rankarl Oklahoma, a 21

point favorite, had all it could do

to beat uregon, o-o, anu we
Sooners have to play Texas next.
Tnn Tnnffhnrno in a tie for 15th

place in the national rankings

last week, beat Missouri, w-u,

fnr tha r second straient.

Mir-hiain State, trailing 12 -J

with less than four minutes to

niav finally pained the eauanzer

- -,i!.u:

atrainsr surorisme touen miciu-

wan hut missed the trv for extra

nnint Tha Knartans meet ninth-

ranked Pittsburgh, a 13-7 winner

over Minnesota, Saturday.
Third ranked Ohio State ran

into about as much trouble as did

Oklahoma In handling anotner

West Coast team Washington.
However, the Buckeyes did man manage
age manage to squeeze out a 12-7 victory.

They play Illinois next, me nam
have dropped 18-14 and 15-13 de decisions
cisions decisions to UCLA, and Duke, re-spectibely.

Badgers Wallop Marquette
Wismnsin ranked seventh.

tuned up with a 50 0 win over

little Marquette, dui aoesn t ngure

o do anywhere near as wen
acainst Purdue, which- went all

the way to Texas to hand Rice

a convincing, 24-0 wrapping, ine
Boilermakers are ranked 11th.

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Whatever
Happened to .
GEORGE NEWTON

all

1 .VI 0 II 14 VU Alt WIS OAVIWHU VS 111
'1929 ,4 32. He was-outstanding in

D9in('-aporis;-in iooiDait,. ne was

a wingoacxvwno exceuea at run running,
ning, running, blocking, calling signals and
playing safety. It was a remark remarkable
able remarkable comeback for a man who, as

i Die comeDacK ior a man wno, as

a rptn It nf spvara hums frnm a

Halloween pumpkin accident dur

ing cnuanooa, was cominea to nis
bed for three years.

Whatever haooened to Georee

Newton? A rtative of Boulder,

Colo., he now is general counsel

ana a partner in tne u. n.

Walker and Co. investment bank

ing firm in St. Louis.

Ham-era Newtnn a or pot

round athlete at the University of
Pnlnrarln wnn thraa fnnthall lat.

Dame to an i 18-0 victory a week te" and four in basketball from

a so ana Deal west vircima. a-u.

this past i, wee)cen$ California

plays Utah nexi$, while washing-

ion state,- genexauy ; consioerea
tVia tnn taam in tha Pacific Coast

Conference before the start of the
season, meets Idaho.

In last Saturday s other leading

Lgames, Northwestern, w.'h i c h

earlier defeated, wasnington state,
steamrollered,', 'visitjng Stanford,
28 0; Nebraska rallied to nip
iinrlarrlnff Tnwa Sfata 7-S- Tayas

Christian bounced back irom a

17-0 loss to Iowa to whip south southwest
west southwest Conference rival Arkansas,
12-7: Alabama, one of the South's

top teams, battled to a screless

tie with unheralded Vanderbilt,

and Miami Fla.). a leadine

Snufhprrt indenenrlent. t o n n e d

visiting Baylor, 14-8.

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Oddsmakers Quote
Yankee Favorite

If Larsen Pitches

NEW YORK. Oet. 8 (UPI)

If the Yankees pick Don

Larsen to pitch tomorrow's

sixth rame of the World Se

ries, they will be favored at 6
to 5 odds.
The Broadway oddsmakers
apparently are not too con

cerned over the probable
Braves' pitcher, but if Larsen
doesn't start for the Yankees
the price will be "eyen money"
in man-to-man betting.
The Braves are now 3-1 fa favorites
vorites favorites to win the Series.

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I PHILLIPS Oeeemlde Cettefet
$ Clare P. p-
3.1877 CrirtobJl J. 1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Blin Beach. Tilcphona
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Shrapnel's furnished homes,
Santa Clara Beach. Call Balboa
1772.
FOR RENT: Chalet for office,
business or store, 7 rooms, porch,
farage. No. 15, 34th Street.
Phone 3-1686.
House for rent in Paitilla. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished throe bedroom house,
two baths, enclosed garden. For
details call Panama 3-7974 after
4 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished concrete
and tile house in Las Cumbres
with large rooms and kitchen,
hoi, cold water, laundry room.
Spacious lawns shaded grounds
only, $75.00 per month. Nory
Rios. Phone Panama 2-0114.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Two room office
suite, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. bldg. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Aircondifioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, rostrooms. Coffee
shop in building.. See or phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
4 TO YOUR ADVANTAGE: About
to build place for OFFICES,
BUSINESS OR STORE, according
to your need and taste. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable rant. Phone 3-1759.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tel.
2-3436.
HELPS MENTAL PATIENTS
LONDON (UPI) Television
sets in mental homes have some sometimes
times sometimes started patients on the
road to recovery by re-awakening
their interest in their surround surroundings,
ings, surroundings, a study report said today.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave wt Tues. and "FtL
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Via Porras
No. 120, opposite SAS. Phone
3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. Telaphona
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom jpar jpar-ment,
ment, jpar-ment, living, dininfroom kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, independent service, to
beach front San Francisco de la
Caleta, Ave. 2a. No. 1, Tel. 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
kitchen, independent service.
San Francisco de la Caleta, Ave.
la. No. 43, Tel. 3-1221.
50.00 furnished apartments,
North American neighbors, yard,
parking frecuently 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
2-2948.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. House.
Beautiful two-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, dining, living, kitchen,
porch, two baths, maid's room
and garage. Call 2-4696, 8 to
12 noon.
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Completely furnished, air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, utilities included, maid
and hotel service. Apply: Lobby
Hotel Tropicana 8:00 11 :30,
2:00 5:30.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
living room, dining room, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's room, wash tubs,
garage and hot water, $120.00.
Eusebio A. Morales street, "Olga
Apartments", El Cangrejo. En Enquire
quire Enquire apartment 2.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Inquire at Arte y De De-coracioon,
coracioon, De-coracioon, Edificio Campo Ale Ale-gre
gre Ale-gre across front El Panama Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Tel, 3-7325.
FOR RENTj On bedroom
apartment.. In recently build
house, furnished or unfurnished.
Via Fernanda! da Cordova 15
across Commercial Center. Tel.
2-2883.
FOR RENT: New apartments,
Transisthmian higway. One bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, diningroom, kitchen, bath,
closets, call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautifully furnished, two
bedrooms and antenna for tele television,
vision, television, etc. Phone 3-2085 and
3-6535..
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including refrigerator. Til Tiled.
ed. Tiled. Screened. $55.00. House
112 Via Belisario Porras near
Roosevelt Theatre. Good vicinity.
Bakery Union Head
Indicfed For Lying
At Rackets' Probe
WASHIMGTON (UPIV-A federal
grand jury yesterday indicted
James G. Cross, president of the
Bakery and Confectionery Workers
Union, on charges of lying under
oath to the Senate Rackets Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. The one count perjury indictment
said Cross lied when he said he
was no, present in a San Francis Francisco
co Francisco hotel mini Oct. 21, 1956,' when
several delegates to the union's
convention there allegedly were
.beaten.
Cross' testimony conflicted with
that of M Nathan Ehrlich, wife
of the president of the union's New
York T.OC&1 51, who was a conven convention
tion convention (legate.
Mr?. ESjpch swore before the
rackets conmiit'ee that Cross was
oresent in 'he ho'el room occunied
by her bubar-d and herself when
sn alteica'lon broke ou. She said
Cross knocked he" down and
Vicksd h. r while fighting with her
huPb'iid.
Calbd before the committee.
Cross tes'ifie.d under ques'ioning
bv CMimi!r John t,. M"C,,,'l!tn
(D-Ark ) th Mrs. Ehrlich's
statement were fi Hp den'ed
he was in the hotel roorr at the
time.
The erano jury decided that
C-oss "well knew and believed" at
'he tima thst his t'imonv was
"ot true Cross, who live? in Be-
ithesd.i Md.. faces a maximum
Uen'enc? M five vppr? in jail and
la $2,000 fine if convicted.

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ATHIS Beside the Belli Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Oldtmobile 1950,
four door sedan, R&H 350 Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 283'.
FOR SALE: 1956 Opel Station
Wagon, good condition. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Call 3-7342 office
hours.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super,
power steering, Dynaflow, radio,
wsw., owner driven. $1500.00,
$500.00 down. See at House-'
hold Exchange, 41 Automobile
Row.
FOR SALE: 1951 Panel Truck
1 Ton. Excellent condition. Goodf
tires, new paint $800.00. Call
'3-1912..
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
I maple, 14 Midget Racer, Black
& Decker Valve Seat Grinder,
Call Panama 3-4955 after 4:00.
IGY Coming To
Long Live SCG,
WASHINGTON (UPI) CSAGI,
is dead (or at least dying); long!
live SG COSPAR SCOR SCAR,
and IVVDS (lor a year or so, any anyway),
way), anyway), and, of course, ICSU.
This is bv wav of savme that
IGY is ccniinp 10 an end Dec. 31
but that some phases of it will
live on to June 30, others to 1960,
and still others into 1963 where-
s one or iwo will keep function
ing indefinitely.
ICSJ winch sired all the oth
ers, hopei to live forever.
ICSU is the International Coun Council
cil Council of Scientific Unions which to
day CMnrii'dtd i:s eighth general
assembly here. Back in 1952 ICSU
orea'ed CSAGI, a set of initials
standing for Flench words trans trans-la
la trans-la able -. "Special Committee for
the Internal ional Geophysical
Year (IGY), a 66 nation scien scientific
tific scientific investigation of earth and its
setting id space, on July 1, 19,57.
How, Lonf a Year
Since lGYconcludes Dec. 31.
1958; thfuls i -Wifetime aM8
months, fiich M mlsleadingbe mlsleadingbe-cause
cause mlsleadingbe-cause a iot of IGY projects start
ed a year, or two before ;jujy A
1957. V
Take the Molects managed y
SCAR the Special Committee (of
ICSU) or .Antarctic itesearcn
The 12 nations operating stations
in Antarctica started their
programs as early as 1954. The
U. S. and Soviet space satellite
Droiects were started in 1955
But lGV officially will be only
18 months old when it dies at the
end of i he year. Actually, how-
eveir. it won t die all at once
Its aovernine body, CSAGI, will
keep on collecting and processing
IGY scientific data until June ju,
tow
Oii July 1, 1959. ICSU has de
cided, CSAGI will succumb and

Justice Burton Notifies Ike He

Resign From Supreme Court Oct. 13

By CHARLOTTE G. MOULTON
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 (UPI)
The retirement of Supreme
Court Justice Harold H. Burton
will give President Eisenhower a
majority of his own appointees
on the court for the first time.
His other four appointees have
all backed public school deseg desegregation.
regation. desegregation. Burton, a one-time KepuDii-
can senator from Ohlc. whep he
was named to the high tribunal
by President Truman in 1945,
notified the President ne wouia
leave the bench "with regret but
in accordance with competent
mfilcal advice and with the
best interests of all concerned."
He was 70 years old June 22.
The president late yesterday
announced the retirement, ef effective
fective effective Oct. 13.
No successor wfes named Im Immediately.
mediately. Immediately. The President's last
three appointments have been
experienced jurists John M.
Harlan, 59, in 1955; William J.
Brennah. 52, in 1956; and
Charles E- Whittaker, 57, In
1957.
Eisenhower's appointee, Chief
Justice Earl Warren, 67, had no
experience as a judge but was
once Attorney General of Cali California
fornia California and held a doctor of Laws
degree.
During past vacancies specu speculation
lation speculation on possible appointees has
included such men as Judge Pot Potter
ter Potter Stewart of the Sixth Circuit
Court of Appeals and Judge El Elbert
bert Elbert B. Tuttle of the Fifth Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of Appeals. The Pres President
ident President in the past has voiced his
intention to name as justices
men with backgrounds as ju jurists.
rists. jurists. The nine-man Supreme Court
has been under attack In recent
years for "policy making." This
might give added Incentive to
the President to Vappoint a Jus Justice
tice Justice who would not be open to
attack as a "political appointee."
Mentioned among posslhle
appointees witnout judicial ex
perlence were Thomas E. Dewey,

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meter, in the Nuevo Hipodremo
Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
PERSONALS
Herman Foster, please contact
Agencies Otis McAllister, where
there is something of interest
to you.
Mrs. Mignon lonthe Grinth: Your
visit accounting department CASA
ADMIRABLE will bo appreciated.
End Dec. 37;
COSPAR,etc.
be replaced by the "Special Com
mittee fur Inter Union Coopera
tion in Geophysics" (the afore
mentioned SCG).
SCG win manage IGC, other
wise known as the International
Geophysical Year 1959. Its name
seems to indicate IGC will die
at the end of 1959, but don't be
on it.
Frencn Have No Word
Meanwhile, international satel
lite, rwxet, end lunair probe ac
tivities started in the IGY will be
continued for one year by
COSPAR, an ICSU "Committee on
Space Research."
This committee was almost
named "The Committee on Outer
Space Research." but the dele
gates hem France said you can't
say "outer space" In French. Af
ter a year COSPAR will recom
mend future world space pursuits.
In the meantime, COSPAR will
take over the work of CETEX,
the "Committee on .Contamination
by Extfn Terrestrial Explore'
tibn" of -tJii moon and tBanets.
CSAGI with .' ICSU's approval
long since ofed to keep scar
activities going In Antractica.
ICSU alr,n endorsed an ambitious
post TGY program by SCOR,
the Specisl committee on Ocean
ic Research."
Ano.her IGY program to get an
extension of its lease is IWDS,
the "International Word Day Ser
vices." IWDS alerts the nations
to davs nn which something spe
cial is expected to happen, such
as a Hare on the sun so they
can all study it simultaneously.
How long all this activitity will
go on depends to a considerable
extent on MONEYv This is a ca
talyzing ayent without
which
'science cannot operate.
former Republican Governor of
New York, former Attorney
General Herbert Brownell Jr.
and Rep. Kenneth B. Keating
(R-N.Y.), now a GOP candidate
for the senate.
Bids Asked By PC
For Widening
Margarita Street
Bids will be asked this month
for widening and resurfacing
Espave Avenue in Margarita, ac
cording to an announcement by
the Engineering and Construe
tion Director.
The work consists of breaking
out and removing the curb and
gutter on the south side of Es Espave
pave Espave Avenue; widening existing
asphalt pavement by six inches;
installing a new 24-lnch curb
and gutter; and resurfacing
with asphaltic concrete between
First and Third Streets.
Plans and specifications for
this worft will be issued tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and bids will be opened Oct
24. Copies of bid schedules and
specifications may be obtained
in the office of the Designing
Engineer at Balboa Heights. No
deposit is required.
Religious Workers
To Meet Tomorrow
At Fort Kobbe
Fort Kcbbe will play hos to ma many
ny many Protestant; leaders of Panama
and the Canal Zone tomorrow as
the fsthmian Religious Workers
Federation meets in the post cha chapel
pel chapel annex. v-'-
Oft Hie agenda are a chapel tour,
an outdoor service conducted by
Fort Kobpe"! Protestant Chaplain
Willaiam D. Froesthner, and lec lectures
tures lectures bv Visiting clergymen.
The chapel's Protestani Guild
also will meet tomorrow morning
'i0
Inauxurpte 1U fan program ot
activities

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FOR SALE : -Mahogany dining
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FOR SALE: A living irsm! suite
and a couch heuie, 2264-B, Can
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NASHVILLE. Tenn. Gov.
Frank Clement on. the dynamiting
of integrated Uinton Hign Scnool:
"We have a choice of educa education
tion education by democracy or education
by dynamite. We will have law
and order" in Tennessee so help
me God!"
WASHINGTON Russian scl
entist Abatoli A. Blagonravov, on
Soviet plans for space explora
tion:
"Sooner or later most probably
we will be able to send up a
man carrying Sputnik that will
be circling, the earth. I can't say
when that will be at present."
NICOSIA, Cyprus British Gov.
Sir Hugh Foot, blaming new out
breaks of violence on Cypriot
Archbiship Makarios:
"It is a tragic thing that Jhe
religious leader of the Greek
community in Cyprus should so
serious'y deceive and j mislead
them? It Is a terrible thing that
he should openly encourage m
1
to vioience
NEW YOJtK Milwaukee Braves
pitcher Wirren Spahn, after
pitching the Braves third winning
game in he World Series:
"Tired? Pell no. I could pitch
relief tomorrow (Monday) if they
need me hu' I hope they don't."
Club Health Gives
Patients' Party
In Gorgas Lounge
On Sept 30 the Club Health Bur Bureau
eau Bureau sponsored an evening of ent
ertainment for the patients at. Gor
gas Hospital.
Walier A Woods and his band
played in the Red Cross lounge for
all ambulatory patients,
Member of the band were En
riaue Dowers. Lennv Thdmas, Sey
moup Warren, David Bennet, Jas
per Medtord and Aston u f nu nu-notta:
notta: nu-notta: soloist. Lennv iThomas and
master of ceremonies', Edwin Bel-
Member of the Club Health ur
eau oresont were Marrfn J u ait
v. Arthur Williams William Lev
el, Ernesto Thomas and Joseph
Wonrell.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: English .addle,'
perfect condition; girl'a bicycle,,''
. fair condition; Sandali 81 -baas
accordion with cat, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. House 0930, Amador
Road, alboa.
FOR SALE: Piano, Upright,
excellent ton, good condition,
$100. 2-2673 after 5:00.
0774-1 Williamson PL, Balboa.
Billy Graham Says
Scientists Predict
End Of the World
CHAPI OTTE, N.C. (UPI) 1
avanseiw jsmy Graham says
tnai scientists ana philosophers
are. for the first time in histort.
beginning to predict the end of
tne worm.
' Graham quoted British nhilo-
sopher Bertrand Russell as say
ing "I wouldn't give you a 50-50
change '-that there would be life
on this planet in 40 years." Man,
vriaujiii saiu, is t aiverung ma machines
chines machines which ronlH Kb
build a better world into engines
,ui aesirucnon.
Graham opening the third week
ot .nis Charlotte crusade. di.
cussed "Christ, the hope f the
world," A group of 589 persons in
the audienca of 15.200 answerer)
Graham's invitation and filed into
dounseling rooms to register their
"decisions for Christ." i-
Graham said the world is "truly
having a revival-of religion, but
tnat doesn't mean we are haying
a revival of true religion."
"I knpw people who carry
Bibles under their arms and are
orthodox h the core, but many o?
them have never experienced re religious
ligious religious rebirth he said. "They
lack4 the warmth, the glow and
the love that is the hallmark' of
the trua Christian.'?'
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK! Oct, 7 (UPI) The
stock market advanced cautiously
at the opening today in moderate moderately
ly moderately active trading. ;.
Profit-taking following the mar.
ket's recent Sharp advance helped
to restrain the advance; with -a
number of leaders off small frac fractions.
tions. fractions. ACF Ind
Advocate Asbestos
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors V
Am Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
Atlantic Refining ;
AVCO Mfg.
Bethlehem Steel
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chance Vought
Chicago Gt. West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Creole Pet
Crow.n Corp and "Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
Daystrom
DuPont
El Paso Nat Gas
Eversharp
Fairchild Eng
Fargo Oil
.Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
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Gen Elec
Gen Motors
Gen Plywood
Getty Oil -Gulf
Oil
Harsco Steel
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil ;
Int Petroleum
Martin Co.
New Eng T and T
Norden Ketay
Northrup Aircraft
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Pantepec Oil ..
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal -Royal
Dutch Shell
San Jacinto w.
Shell T and T vSi.
Signal Oil and Gas, A
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
Sperry Rand ?
Stan Oil N.J.
Sterling Precision
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prod
Underwood
United Aircraft -Unit
Canso Oil -US
Rubber -US
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WATER STARTS FIRE
PUEBIO, Colo. (UPI)-Wa.ter
caused a $20 fire in Mrs. Joseph
Caps' automobile. A, gallon .of
distilled water on the back seat
focussed the sun's rays out the
upholstery until it set it afire.

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40th "birthday" in HolywoodwiUt-e uscioecosw4d6ata
No Rinty is not 40 years oltLiThe current Rrntjc, now aamMriis
on ABC-TVs "The Adventures, of Rin Tm Tii ss-thelori
-to plar the part The original Rin Tin Tin' was -a pttpfossnel

pj Air Corps Sgtv.Lee Duncan
Pmry. t ranee, w jegr
Ponomo wno
OolllnOO
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Among me passengers i sail
Tuesday! on the Panama Liner An An-conS
conS An-conS New York for Cnstobal
are Captain and Mrs.. Elmer u.
Abbo't. Cam." Abbott u ""
Port Lapiam an iuuv. ...
Capt. Abbott has been on offic offic-ii
ii offic-ii riuiv as well as on leave since
he lett the Canal Zone in July.
His leave was spent in ana
dro, Califiornia. ..
His official duty included visits
to the US. Army Engineer Dis District
trict District in Chicago to discuss and ob observe
serve observe training operations of tne
Chicago River Canal, and M.
Catherine's Canal in Ontario Ca Canada,
nada, Canada, to observe the canal's light lighting
ing lighting system and transit operation.
He also- visited the ,, Cleveland
Diesel Engine Division in New
York whete he was to study
tugboat operations and the power
plants aboard the tugboats.
rh ranai emoloves ana
their families aboard-the Ancon
are as followr Mrs. Katheryne D.
Ackerman. Mr. and Mrs. William
E. .Affeltrangei and four children;
HaimM T,. Anderson: Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett W. Argo; John A. Bar Barbour;
bour; Barbour; John X. B ir a y t o nf Miss
Margaret L. Csdghy; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas J. Dee; Neville GvFraim;
Miss Tina S. Genore;. Bernard" J.
McD.inueell; Miss Mary Maguire:
Leonerd N. Martin; Mr and
M.r John W. Nits and four chil
dren: Jaines i-3. O'Donnell ; and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M, Watts,
ASKS FOR SUPPORT
BUDAPEST, Hungary (UPI)-
fHungarian Commuiist Party
Leadrr Janos Kadar appealed 'O
the Hungarian petty bourgeoisie
d it ring the weekend to- give
"active support'f to his regime, ,

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i bookkeeper with experience and

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2 te 3 p.m. Irving Zapp Co.. 1.1
11 kj-.: i a ii
. mm I'.'iwnii tw, rirar rioor, t
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Besides accounting training must!
be bilingual end experience ht
correspondence, Good future inl
a well ; established company.!
riease write re age. experiance.
personal references and eletuml
to P.O. Box 4247, Panama Crfy.l
. Accountant bilingual clerk wide
experience, including airline. Sv-I
eral years service with foreign I
concerns, capable ef taking
cnarge or cevresponeence and ot.
. f ice management aeekr employe
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Maritime First:
Propellers 7ere
Put In Backwards
NORFOLK. Va,. (UPI) In- freot
wn have the Snanish merchant
vessel ivotomar, nrignt ana snmy
from a going over at a shipyara
kalna tnuiofi ffnffl hr hprth.

.w.rvw "
destroyer ot esiort a arqunar.
The JNotrfmar s smpper si ;,
the seas ahead and orders
engine room to start her up.:Bellt
clans, and the Notomar, moves
proudly backward and dents tns

In -back the Notomar there s tnr ,1

Farquhar , - r 'n

xno one is nuri, ana mc uxaio
mar's engineers 4mit they'don't
know what (4ippened. Wotrmi
ftfV exsaf e j v. i'u uh wiv ituiwk i sv
3,700 miles to Spain; so-they hav;
ne notomar puuea DacK- in
port. ;
There, shipyard workers quick
ly diacnose the trouble... The No
tomar's propellers were--put la

baexwaru. and supt. i.. L. luckier
notes it as a nautical first,'
"It's never happened before In'
mariumftj annals," he says,. ,v .,
TV' CAUSES FIRES 1 f l
NEW YORK (UPI). FlrVI
Commissioner Edward F. Cant-

nagh blamed teleyision Sunday for.;!

at least part ot a 90 per cent in
crease in kitchen fires 'this year.
CavanagU said most of them oc occur
cur occur between five and seven in the)
evening. He suggested cooks keep
their eves on th not. lntid f
the TV screen. ,- t A

SOUNP SLEEPER i )

, nOMa aJPi). A non- stop

horn-vaKeped nearly everyone i t
the neighborhood. The police they
summoned, found Francesco I
Porro, 43, fast asleep against th p

norn oi nis parked truck,

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Ho Of Reds Blockade Fire
Sac ?use To Move Big Guns
TAIPEI, Oct 7 (UPI) The Communists silenced their blockade batteries only to
give them time to move giant 12-inch siege guns into place opposite the Quemoy and
Matsu islands, intelligence reports indicated today.
The Communists have so far kept their promise to suspend the bohibardment of
the Quemoy s for a week despite the refusal of the Chinese Nationalists to meet their
terms.
The Defense Ministry announced, however, that observation posts in the outpost
Islands saw "large Communist troop and vehicular movements" around the silenced
shore guns yesterday.
Sources on Quemoy told UPI correspondent Robert C. Miller, the onJy foreign
newsman on the scene, that Russia has delivered highly-accurate, long-range 12-inchr
guns to the Red-held coast

. Such guns, half again as large
as the 8-inchers that had furmche
Ithe Communist "Sunday Punch,
oJd pound the Quemoys at what
sue, only lightly bob etaoi
amounts to point-blank range.
They also could lbanket the Mat Mat-sus,
sus, Mat-sus, only lightly bombarded in the
past because they were mostly out
of range.
The heaviest artillery the Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists could oppose to Red 12 12-inch
inch 12-inch batteries would be the 8-inch
Howitzers recently supplied by the
United States weapons which
would be hopelessly outranged by
the big guns.
In Whington, the Unittd
States w rsolvd to do or y
nothing that would provokt tho
Chinos Communists to rotumo
thoir bombardment of Quamoy. -American
officials said the Unit United
ed United States without formally an announcing
nouncing announcing it was complying al-
Rainbow City
Council Meets
This Evening
Tbe Rainbow City Civic Coun
eil is remJnding all delegates and
residents of the meetine which
will be held at the Rainbow City
High School Study Hall tonight
The meeiing is to commence at
J:30 p.m. sharp. ;
The president added that exist existing
ing existing problems affecting the com community
munity community can be presented at. tnu
session for discussion.
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ready with the cease-fire terms

laid down by Red China.
The Chinese Communists stopped
firing at Quemoy Sunday. They
said their cease-fire would con continue
tinue continue for one week if the United
States stopped escorting National
ist Chinese convoys from For Formosa
mosa Formosa to its beleaguived outpost.
"You can bot thtroll bo no
mora U. S. oscorts until or unlets
the bombardment resumes' one
American official said.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles was due back later today
Funeral Services
For Paul Wilson
Conducted InGatun
Funeral services for Paul 8.
Wilson, Canal Zone resident for
over 50 years, were held yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon on the Atlantic
side. Mr. Wilson, who was 77
years old, died early Friday
morning at Coco Solo Hospital
after a long illness.
Masonic services were held at
the Masonic Temple In Gatun
under the auspices of Slbert
Lodge A F. and A.M. Mr. Wilson
was a lifetime member of the
Chagres Masonic Lodge.
The masonic rites were follow followed
ed followed by an Episcopal graveside
service at Mount Hope Cemetery
where interment took place. The
religious services were conduct conducted
ed conducted by the Rev. Jldwln C. Web Webster,
ster, Webster, of St. Margaret's Episcopal
Church hi Margarita.
Mr. Wilson, a native of St.
Brides, Virginia, came to the
Isthmus in 1905 and was em employed
ployed employed withN the Panama Canal
organization from then until his
retirement in October 1938.
Roosevelt Bust
To Be Unveiled
Here Nov. 15
The unveiling of a bronze bust
of President Theodore Roosvlt
on Nov. 15 will climax a week week-tong
tong week-tong celebration in the Canal Zone
in honor of the centennial ol Koose
velt'g birth.
Cansl Zone Gov. W. E. Potter
has announced that the heroic, or
double life si Ite, bust is the gift of
Edwa.'d A Bacon, lormany of
Milwaukee, Vix.. a lifelong admir
er of Roosevelt and at present De
puty Assistant Secretary of the
Army.
Bacon's tie and interests with
the Canal Zone also run deep. He
is a former Assistant to the Sec
retary of the Army in Charge of
canal zor.e anairs.
The Roosevelt bust will be 38
inches high. It will staid in The
center of the rotunda of the Ca
nal Zone administration building
at Balboa Heights and face the
Canal at i s Pacific entrance.
Anoihet- high spot during the
Nov. 1J celebration will be the
presentation of a plaque by the
American Society of Civil Engi
neers naming the Panama Canal
one of the sven modern engineer
ing wonuers or tne united Mates,
Among those invited for the
week-long tvent are the three lur
viving Roosevelt children: Mrs. A-
lice Roosevelt Longworth, of Wash
ington, D. C: Mrs. Ethel Roose
velt Derby, of Oyster Bay, Long
island, n.y ; and Archibald Roose
velt, of Oild Spring Harbor, long
isiana, !N Y,- and Archibald Roose
velt, of Cold Soring Harbor, long
isiana, in. y. uanai old timerOs
who hold the "Roosevelt Medal"
for Cans! construction service al
so will be among the honored
guests.
Neqro Pastor Quits
Ail-White Church
To Tour South
STAFFORD SPRINGS, Conn.
turn The Kev. Roland T. Hea Hea-cock,
cock, Hea-cock, one of the first Negro pas pastors
tors pastors ot an nil-white congregation
in the United Stales, will iravel
through the South to study deseg-
irga'ion.
Heacock, 65, announced his res
ignation as pastor of the Staffords
vine LMigregationa Church at
!undiy'3 morning service. He said
it becomes effective Dec. 31.
HeacrvcK said he planned to
spend some time doing church
supply wo-k, research and writ writ-ing,
ing, writ-ing, His trip, he said, will be an
extensive stur the segregation
issue in ft South.

from a five-day vacation at his

Duck Island retreat in Lake Onta
rio.
He has issued no statements on
the Chinese cease-fire and may
be weary of saying much at pre present
sent present in view of the delicate situa situation.
tion. situation. Sen. Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa.)
said last night the latest develop developments
ments developments "Justify the hope that the
American people are winning their
fight for peace in the Far East."
In a speech at Lansdowne, Pa.,
he credited Democratic protestes
and said it was "important for all
citizens to continue these protests
in order to hold Presides Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to the conciliatory ap
proach" he took last week.
Lebanon Army Fires
On Mobs Manning
Road To Damascus
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Oct. 7
fUPI) Lebsjiese Army troops
fired on anti-government mobs
manning barricades blocking
the main road to Damascus to today.
day. today. At least 20 persons were re reported
ported reported injured.
It was the worst outbreak of
violence Uriel christian PMalin-
gist supporters of ex-nresident
Camille Chamoun called a gen
eral strike against the govern
ment 15 days ago.
It came on the heels of a torn
my gun attack by terrorists on a
crowded bUs in the .heart of Bet-
rut. At' least 13 passengers were
wounded in what appeared, to be
an attempt to enforce the gen?
era) strike.'
The newest firing came from
inside the Phalangist sector but
an Army tank which roared up
to the nearest barricade found
it unmanned., A few hours l&tev
another sniper sent bullets
whining off the pavement be beside
side beside an Army tank at the other
end of the Place Des Canons,
forcing the tank crew, to dive
for cover while troops on nearby
rooftops fired back.
Seawolfs Men Are
In Good Health
After 60-Day Trip
NEW LONDON, Conn., Oct 7
(UPI) The men of the atom atomic
ic atomic submarine Stfawolf went
through 00 days of isolation
from the earth's atmosphere
with little or no harm to their
health, the sub's medical officer
said today.
Lt. Cmdr. John H. Ebersold
said the 11 officers, 94 enlisted
iren and one civilian who made
the record underwater cruise
that ended yesterday were in
excellent physical shape:
He said there had been a few
colds and other minor ailments
during the long voyage, but no
major illnesses.
No great psychological prob
lems arose from the men's iso
lation, either, Ebersold said,, and
so far as he could tell, the only
tensions felt by any of the men
had to do with worry over the
wellare oi tneir ramuies.

Newsmen Have Difficulty
Reporting Popes Illness

CASTEL CANDOLFO, Oct. T -(UPI)
- Newsmen reporting the
illness of Pope Pius XII agree that
the importance of their assigment
is rivaled only by its difficulty.
When President Eisenhower
was ill, for example, frequent and
detailed medical bulletins were
issued and correspondents were
permitted to meet with attending
doctors or authorized spokesmen
to get answer to further questions.
Not so wltht he Pope. Medical bu bulletins
lletins bulletins generally vague rather
than specific. Newsmen are kept
from Ue grounds of the papal pa palace,
lace, palace, unable to reach the diagnos diagnosing
ing diagnosing physician.
The official bulletins on the
Pope's conditions are I s s u t d
t-hrough the Vatican Press office
headed by Luciano Casimirri, a
layman who is a popular figure
with the entire. Roman press
crops. ""'
But the press Spokesman can
usually do little more than issue
the information or prepared bul bulletins
letins bulletins given him b higher Vatic Vatican
an Vatican authorities.
The t'ffJfial bulletins er announ

OUTWARD TO THE STARS '(UpRobot Scoiits

ti II .'

(1) At the same time that mo are undergoing
simulated apace tripe in sealed capsules on Earth,
nd edging ever further into the fringes of space
in rocket planes like the X-15, progress "in un unmanned
manned unmanned vehicles, or robot scouts, will continue to
advance. Not too many months should see the
launching of a television-equipped satellite which
will relay a picture of what the Earth looks like
t" an' altitude of some hundreds or thousands at
wiles. Vehicle at left is going into orbit, its tele tele-Tision
Tision tele-Tision device tad antennae alred extended.

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Temporary Integra fed

At Clinton; Of Her Bombings

WASHINCTON,vOct. 7
icial expressed fear that

I he blasts that shattered the now-historic school building at Clinton Sunday proVnpted school officials to seek an emergency conference 2
with President Eisenhower. The Anderson County School Board authorized a. delegation to request the meeting "at the earliest possible dat.f
Officials hoped to open classes for the 87$ bombed-out, students tod ay at a Vacant elementary school building ir the nearby "Atomic City" ij
of Oak Ridgp, made available by the Atomic Energy Commission.
Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation helped local authorities comb through the rubble of Clinton high In earch' of 'clues,' They
areseeking evidence that thai Bombing may have been a direct violation of the injunction against interference with integration at the school.,
In; Washington, the blast touched off a new move foMegislation that would permit the federal government to crack down on-the' destAio
tion of; public property with explosives. ,f

Ifesferday the U. S. appeals court
extended for,;. 9 days, the; restat restating
ing restating .order prohibiting the open
ing k Little Rocks high schools
as private segregatd institutions.
The Eighth U.S. Appeals Court
granted a U.S. Department of Jus Justice
tice Justice rsquest that the order be con
tinued until the judges have a
chance to rule on whether or not
me Lithe Rock plan to lease its
schools to a private corporation is
cotistituional.
The three appeals court judges
extended the week-old restraining
order through Oct. 15, when they
will, near arguments on an appeal
by the National Association for,
the Advancement of Colored Peo
ple of a decision by U. S. District
Judge John E. MiHer.
Miller lias dismissed on a teen-
nicality the NAACP's demand that
the school-leasing plan Da declar
ed unconstitutional. He said a
three-man court was necessary to
rule on ; a case involving the con
stitutions'' of Arkansas law.
The three judges sitting Monday
also sei an Oct. 14 deadline for the
filing of briefs for their Oct. 15
beamn?.
The court ordered that all rec records
ords records and briefs submitted on 'the
14th be typewritten, indicating a
written opinion on the case would
be handed down on the 15th.
NAACP atormV WiUy Branton
said "wt'r getting what we ask
d for an "inunetion until a
hearing en th appeal is held.
I'll back en tb, 15th."
ThiKgood Marshall, chief coun counsel
sel counsel for the NAACP. was more re
strained, but apparently pleased at
by the court.
m L'ttie Kock, the president ot
porahon. Dr. T. J. nancy, refused
to say whether he will attempt to
open the schools on a' private' ba basis
sis basis before the Oct. 15 bearing.
Arkansas Gov, Ortal Faubus had
issued a statement in advance of
the St. Louis ruling.'
cement generally tend to be op
timistic with the result that a dev
elopment minimized in one bullet bulletin
in bulletin is wholly confirmed in the next.
Early yesterday, unofficial Va
tican quarters reported through
the press office specifically denied
reports of- a '.'worsening!" in the
Pope's condition.- v ;
It said he was being given
special treatment for "some dis
turbances" that were af flic, ing
him.
An hour later came the official
bulletin? announcing the circulat circulatory
ory circulatory disturbances in the brain.; It
was issued under the heading "the
pops seriously ill."
Thisfin turn was followed by
orders from 9 Clemen "e, Cardinal
Mica', Vicar for' the city of
Rome, calling or special prayers
for the Pope in view of the "sud "sudden
den "sudden worsening" of his condition.
Mucfl of the .news about the
Pope come- from unofficial sourc sources
es sources witn private access to certain
Vitlcn ounrters. But it is not
unusual w these sources to come

up with conflicting Information

TIME TO REACH MOON .V 4-5 bAYS

(UPI) Temporary integrated .classes were being set up today for students of Clinton,
school bombing might be repeated elsewhere in the country,

It will be interesting to, see what
language the court in St; Louis
uses todny in reaffirming the in in-function'
function' in-function' he said.
The NAACP had the firm back
ing of the Justice Department in
its request for an injunction, U.S.
Attorney Donald MacGumeas told
the court Monday that without the
court ban Lntle Rock s four high
schools "would be under private
operation today.
Richard Butler, attorney for the
Little Rock school board, counter
ed with a warning that "there will
be no h:gh school opened in Little
Rock unless the schools are leas leased."
ed." leased." He sai' statements attributed to
Gov, Orval Faubus of Arkansas in
dicate, the h:eh schools will not re
open "under present conditions."
JSAACP attorney Thurgood Mar'
shall and Wiley Branton argued
that the court should decide whe whether
ther whether the' school board had the right
to lease its schools to private or
ganizations They also asked the
court 'jt consider, the alternative
of ruling that Negro st dents
should be allowed to attend the
high schdols even it they become
private institutions.
At Alexandria, Va., Fedaral
Judge Atbart V. Bryan, denied a
motion by tha Alexandria School
Beard le dUmiss a suit for the
admitsien of 14 Negre children
to white schools.
Attorney; for the school board
contended that the -suit should be
dimissed because the board itself
had no, power to admit the Negro
students. They said the defendant
in ths case should have been the
State; Pupil Placement Board
which, under Virginia's "massive
resistance" program! has sole au
thority to assign students to
school
Tha 'htdee rejected the argu
ment that the complaint was not
one on which reuei could oe grant granted
ed granted with the school board as de defendant,
fendant, defendant, He also held that the
board's argument that the place placement
ment placement board should be a defendant
was not sufficient ground to justi justify
fy justify di missal. 1
Instead, the judge set Oct. 30
for trial on the petition for injuc injuc-tion
tion injuc-tion against the school board. At Attorneys
torneys Attorneys for the board were told
they ecu Id renew their arguments
at the time.
- The judge acted after hearing
two school board attorneys, Earl
Tl Wagner and Lewis S. Pendle Pendleton
ton Pendleton Jr. He did not wait ta hear
opposing arguments by attorneys
for the National Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People,
which is pressing the'case't
Pendleton urged Bryan to meet
squarely what Tie viewed as the
ipeat issue by having, a three-judge
panel rule directly on the' consti constitutionality
tutionality constitutionality of Virginia's 'controver 'controversial
sial 'controversial pupil placement act, f V,
'i Oov. James P. Coleman of Mis Mis-slssiopi,
slssiopi, Mis-slssiopi, said yesterday, that he
doesn t necessarily "accept" the
Supreme Court's de-segrega'lon de decision,
cision, decision, but it "is the hwtf&w?
" ; Celeman, recently : elected
chairman et the Sauthar, Cever.
nirt Conference, said he belle.
td His' problem ef mixing white
and Negre pupils In tswthern "Is
capable f solution." v r .J,
"Not being a prophet," he said,
"l certainly woudn't want to has-
ard i gi'fsi as to how It may
come out.

He said the people of his stage

ORBIT OF MOON

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both Birth l Moon
(P) Orbit Amund
Moon
(0 Unding or
CrMsh on Moon

: (2) In the, first-Moon shoot, scientists had a
choice of three possible methods; a rocket to orbit
around the Moon, or both Moon and Earth;
-hard" landing (crash) against its surface; and a
"soft" landing upon it, the most difficult of alL
(3) A robot scout will undoubtedly precede men
to the Moon, and probably the other planets. Here,
automatic devices have positioned such a rocket
tail-first to the Moon's surface as it approaches.
Its landing pads have been let down,' as a radar
altimeter triggers it braking rockets. Aa atmoe.

"will go to every extfeme? 4o
avoid closing their schools to block
integrition.
Colemand said he heiieved the
court had usurped legislative func function
tion function by its school ruling.
"We hope to express our disa
greement with, dienitv and with
respect' he said, "'and then, of
course, we will see what develons
in the tears to come."
Coleman appeared on a radio radio-television
television radio-television interview..
He said that as an "abstract
principle of government he agrees
with a statement of Florida's Gov.
LeRoy Collins that the country
would fall in'o chaos, if citizens
Could disregard Supreme Court de decisions
cisions decisions with which they disagree.
But, he said, the court has on
occasion reversed itself. ;
The Little Rock priyate school
corporation reported meanwhile
that it has funds, personnel and
.facilitiesto open private schools
from which Negroes would : be
barred. Its president Indicated
the group now will not wait for
a federal court's decision n the
proposed, leasing of four pad padlocked
locked padlocked public schools.
A temporary restraining order
presently forbids such leases.
And yesterday the U.S. Eighth
Circuit Court of Appeals post postponed
poned postponed until Oct. 15 its ruling on
whether the restraint should be
made- permanent. ;

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Classes Begid

The. four Little Rock schools,
subject to federal court integra integration
tion integration orders,, have now r been
closed for more than five weeks.
The National Association for
the Advancement of Colored
People went ahead with legal
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schools reopenedori knlritegratJ
ed basis: Hearings are scheduled
later this week on petitions con
cerning- uchools i, In NorfolK,
Charlottesville -and Warren
County. v
In other developments:
Virginia GavJ Lindsay Al Almond
mond Almond turned down the request
of .a 16-year-old white hoy wh
had requested assignment to a
Negro school at Norfolk.. Ths
youth argued that his. admit admittance
tance admittance would automatically close
the school tinder state law and
persuade Negroes to withdraw
applications to white schools.
Federal District Judge Al Albert
bert Albert V Bryan Scheduled a hear hearing
ing hearing Oct. 30 in a suit asking- that
Negroes be admitted to whits
schools in Alexandria, Va.
The Virginia Attorney Gen
eral asked the state Supreme
Court of Appeals-to rule on the
state's entire package of "mass "massive
ive "massive resistance" segregation laws;,
presumably to head ott attacks
on the statutes .In the federal
courts.
Negro attorneys ai' Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., said they would re request
quest request "as soon as possible"; an
injunction that would allow Ne
groes to enter Memphis State
University a- state supported
school.' i
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