The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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Ttl , - - J Z PANAMA, B. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, t, l5t -.' 4.' '.-, '' ;. fTTat CPCT1
Ifee Mitad f r IPpe's Survival
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SSfrfe)scussfGn v( Second Stroke Hastens

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Ends In

Violent Row

VA'itinrfJabrrtwMntotlv-tdjditcuto i general sit-down strike in sup-

port? of ttudent ended in discord last fight ..
e u- nment said their unions-were ready to stags the stnks-

V.when.tht time came while others said they had been unable hold a general assembly

on the matter, However, the meeting was oroicen up curing a viomu v.
: motioif by a representative of the. taxi, drivers union who charged that the politi politi-.
. politi-. v cians Were behind the move to call a sitdown strike.'-
- Meanwhile, Canal Zone police were reportedly seeking custody today of Francls-
6ecerra and Rlcaurte Rivera in connection with the shooting 'of a National Guards

man- in Ancoit Monday night.

The National Cuard revaled
yesterday hat Becerra has admit-
I ted Mat the shots which serious seriously
ly seriously injured NationaU Guardsman
Teofilo Villarteal, who i improv improving
ing improving but U tiU in t critical condi condition
tion condition in Gorgas Hospital today, x
t The Canal Zone police are u
''ready holding Cesar August Vi Villa,
lla, Villa, who wa with Becerra and Ri Rivera
vera Rivera while they were being chas chased
ed chased by Villarreal near'the old, Att-
, con Commissary. Villa has ah-ea-dy
beenschirfged In Canal Zone
Vi Airlt with a- deadly

weapon, At present plans are to

fue ;tne sam ciuhjsc ,!
two other push" if they.-are, turned
tvef to the Canal Zone.. a -t v:.-
' The recalcitrant student who-

ing toe gayarnment's closing of

the couniry bibu i.iwui
' urday,' were stiU holed up the Na
, tional Institute today :
Unit (National Ov

""the aehoolbuiWins M-jeslri

Which patsea i-by. the Institute

, Meanwhile both Archbishop Fran

cis Beckman ana wwvaiumuui.
J of France, Lionel Vasse speaking
k. it;nif.matlit poms, denied

- reports published in -opposition

newspapers wnwtj l "t
cd to mediate in the student mat matter
ter matter because of official pressure.
A church spokesman made tne

following watemeiu:
mm.. AntAkKiehAA nr. Panama

desirinx the prompt restoration of

unity ana narmony iwu
. r..i,Ai :.tM that he has

Sot mediated for settlement of
- tre student strike because he is
forbidden to do sp by the jDhurch,

which does not wani h in""-
.'V.J J lit' nnlmnt.

to Decome iuivuircui
ir.. niiMarl as fallOWS

Some public organs have stated

' that tne aiptomawcxuiK'
ed in Pmama,: under appairent
pressure by the government, re refused
fused refused mediate in he student
problem. The diplomatic corps de de-'
' de-' iires ttf make clear that on its own
' decision exclusively it, not
deem opportune to mediate in this
case, in compliance with the es es-tablished
tablished es-tablished ; international -, lractice.
The diplomatic v corps expresses
' itg, fervent wishes for a satisfacto

ry 'solution ic the present anua-
tion.", i ,--
1 iv Colon,; meanwhile, an vn vn-therixei
therixei vn-therixei "hideft meetins was
ditpewd. Students of the Abel

Bra jsenooi a prviiwnT

7

A

d notie ef a'meMins in the of

fice ef ihe Mayor. Tht request

was refitted but seme demons demons-trater
trater demons-trater sthered anyway.
. w.ri.mi r.mrrfimen- dispersed

the group. One t officer fired his
pistol into the air when some 150

stuoents ana- sympauiiiieis umo
at a tadiff patrol car in a menac

ing manner,
About lft students weire arrested
in the affray and later released to
their parents? six adults arrest

ed at tne same ume weic
The National Guard said sever sever-.1
.1 sever-.1 f u thnj taken -into custody

i Colon residents t;eprieu mm
j titflflr.wc. have been

broken in- th downtown section

minor, scis wr Tuuou?n
during tne J?ast week, and other

In the cfcpital city, the. National

Assembly received iwo mjue

ment made wth. the tdenta last

iuthonty to aet up civilian comro

over vw' wuuuj w y I'i o
der the National Guard, and (2)

for .vrhoriiaron tor- iue

suits" agannst tne goverinnci". ,Yj
anrf hvij-the heirs w

those -slain (n the 'May rioting.

Old'PC Shovels
End Up As Scrap

AtZanesville

f.A Af 't.hV erlenf steam shov

i. i,a in ditrHno' the Panama

ronni have been consigned 'W

the scrap h,eap at Zanesville, 0
hln a.nrd1ni to ft TjictOrlal feS

ture appearing In a recent issue
nf ih rinMnnftti Enaulrer. t

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After completion oi worn u
tv vimma rnl. the shovels

were sold. Two were taken to

the Zanesville area on rauroaa

flatcars and have oeen nigguns
iimfrin t. th Columbia ce-

'ment quarry near East Fulton-

ham, Ohio tor peany u yers.
With modern machines in use,

and the quarry converted W
underground operations, the
huge shovels with their 62
cubic-yard buckets, are being
cut up for salvage.1

me Bteei iruiiKi mm
will be remelted and will end
up in boilers and radiators, the
article atated.

4

Moreno Says

OAS Plans
Must Hurry

WASHTNfiTON. Oct. 8 YUPD

Panamanian Fnrpiffn Minister Mi

guel Moreno said today that the
Amprican envernments must .act

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Witn "speeo ana unuy or purpose

on plans to comoai unaeraeveiop-

ment it they do not want to ais

appoint "millions of our people,

H rpjTistprpd tiia anoroval of

plans by the Organization of Am:

erican states tor tne uommiuee oi
91. vraiin rharcnil with' shidvinff i

wijysicf sspeedilTK hemispheric, eco

nomic growtn, to npiff usnaugur

akneeting on jnqv, j.u

f im Qlid," lie t.id, 'thaf
there is the same : seme ef ur ur-agency
agency ur-agency that prevailed during' the
'tnMting of Foreign ministers
last month wit ch recommended
the establishment t the commit commit-tee.
tee. commit-tee. "Tnlps w iacpij. the nroWems

ahead with speedy action and un unity
ity unity of mimose we risk disappont-

ing millions of our people who

hope to see concrete results."

Moreno made the statement to

the United Press International

shortly before IV called on Secret-
rv nf Rtatp .Tnn Foster T)u11es

to discuss what he described as
woblems of mutual interest,

He said one of the issues he In Intended
tended Intended to raise was the speedy im implementation
plementation implementation of -wage last envis envisaged
aged envisaged in the 1855 Memorandum od
Understanding between the two
countries.

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ONE OF LAST PHOTOS This -dramatic closeup 'of Pope Plus
XII shows his kneelina; In prayer during; the "Supplies" cere ceremony
mony ceremony at Castel. Oandolfo. Italy, This was one of the last pic pictures
tures pictures taken of the- pop before he suffered the first of two
cerebral strokes. In the "background is MagrJederic Callerl
Ds Vignala. Papal Chamberlain. t. ; ; .

SpellmanHdzRemote Chance

OfBetngQcf

$100

Two U.S. Servicemen were each
fined $100 by Judge John E. Dent Denting
ing Denting at Balboa Magistrates Court
fnHav fnr infnr iratprl d r i V i S.

Thev were Frederick 'Charles

xvaonar m ttt the TT.S. Navv and

'Joseph Thompson Le Noir of the
Army.;.

End Of Catholic Pontiff

VATICAN CITY. Oct 8 (UP!) Vatican Radio said todav that foot Pius Xlf It

in his ""'death throes."
The 82-year-old head of the Roman Catholic Church suffered a second strokt
and a heart attack earlier. '- 1 t

Doctors abandoned hope for the Pope s survival after a cerebrar attack Ihis I
morning and a new crisis brought on this afternoon by "a grave cardio-pulmonary

conapse.

fin New York. nhvirinn-internreterl the nhrnte 'Vnrrlin.niilmonnrv rnllnnte" in

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mean either that the right side of the Pope's heart had collapsed or that, the col-

lapse occurred in tne artery leaning rrom rne rignr venrricie ro tne lungs;.

The Pope was, unconscious as his life ebbed away in the bed-chamber of hit
summer palace hej
' A special broadcast by the Vatican radio from Castel Candolfo quoted' the- sixth
and latest medical bulletin on the pope's condition as saying: L;-,
"The syndrome (symptons) mentioned in this morning's bulletin has become
progressively aggravated. Energetic treatment has not given the hoped-for result. The
temperature is. 32.2 centigrade (101 Fahrenheit), blood pressure 14090. The pulse
is frequent and is 140. Respiration is 38.
"A grave cardio-pulmonary collapse Is setting in."

The pope's last words before
a deep coma set In were ex expressed
pressed expressed to two aides: "Pray,
prav that this regretful situa situation
tion situation for the church ends."'
SUa, snnarent.lv. wll fearful

that his incapacity wouW leave

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VATICAN CITY. Oct. jlttPl
rrKMAKAtinttiii unv Roman.

Catholic male' can be. elected.
pope,i but in practice only car cardinals
dinals cardinals or archbishops receive
the position. There presently
are seven churchmen -consider-?
ed "papabili" potential popes.
Six are ItaliawriSdone ;is
an Armenian, Of the three A A-merican
merican A-merican cardinalsJ only-Tran-.
cis Cardinal SpeUman. archbis

hop Of New YOrtt la.consiaeiBu
to have any chance of election,
and that very remote. ,, v ;
Not sincS; 1488 when at)utch at)utch-man
man at)utch-man sat In the chair. of St,
Peter has tthy but an Italian
been elected pontiff by the Col Col-leste
leste Col-leste of Cardinals. ;
The leading candidates are?
Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro,;
67r archbishop of Bolofna. He
has specialised in social workv
and reform and has hen sue
cessful ajralnst stronr Com Communist
munist Communist opinion in Italy's "Bed
belt." .....
Ouiseppe" Cardinal Sirfc 52, of
Genoa. He, is the youngest car
dinal In the Sacred vCollece
and is considered a "modern"

, Erneso Cardinal Ruffln!, '?0s

arcnbisnop or aiermp, eicuy
Ua Aa irnafH&Taf Ana svf t.ht

best church administrators and

Zoriiahs'. Claims For Illegal Taxing Of Income
Filed in Court Of Claims By US Citizen Group

A petitioa which may Mesa a
subsUnal tax refund for U.S.
Government employes the Can'
al Zone has been filed in the U.S.
Court rf Claims to. "Washington by.
La Vera RDilweg, counsel for the
' U.S, Citisens' Association. s
. Ths claim which covers the pe period
riod period from 1951 to 1954 alleges that
the taxes collected '.'..during this
time were "Illegally and improper
i. .eartid!" It ia based on the con

inn that '. r.anal Zonians are

bona noe tbsiuuhis" w
" tnsl threfnr rln not Ctme

under tli purview of a section of
the In ernal Itevenni Code which
' covers "?'lnc(me from sources with with-i
i with-i in posseasions ofthe.; UBted

States.' Vi--ty

Tne court is aspteo i
the IS per eeni tropical allew-
" ance, pl house rents, be
mat fri. tas. ItJt claim
d that a 'portion Sf ; the Mmeney
pant n necessities out if which
'the government made a profit
b cAiderd as a tax levied
, and therefore net subet te In Income
come Income tax. v-K-'f;!'"'--.;, :
The plaintiffs named! In the pea
ft Tnhn Wintw Davis and Mar

garet Collins employes of the om om-pafly
pafly om-pafly jovtrnment during .the;, pe pe-nod
nod pe-nod eovercd, but it wiU be a test
action onbehalf of all o'her ZO-

ninns In similar circumstances.;
; Th n'!tif.n ilalm tht; ?

'TTnt ari Stataa pitiran rimn

It is fiction to assume that plain plaintiffs
tiffs plaintiffs and other -citizens similarly

situaled have represenuiion in ine
tail, fvnm which thev orieinallv

came for the reason, that manjrvof

them were in fact oorn ana win
spend their entire lives within the
ranal Zone. Further, only a small

percentage of the states permit

absentee Dalioung ny iormer cm;
zens who- continually reside out out-.;).
.;). out-.;). that aiate. Plaintiffs and Oth

er citizens similarly situated are

therefore being taxea improperly
since they do not have represent-

"The Canal lone is noi a peav

session tht unitea Maras our
rafhar Its legal ttaus mutt be
deter mlmd by reference, to the
Treaty with the Republic ef Pa

ti)ttf. a11oa that See. 951

tt 1 I., tnlornal Kavfluc Code

of 1939 and the similar provision

of the Internal .Revenue wrae 01 1 1-54
54 1-54 eannnt be applied to them be be-na
na be-na .innlnvai nf th Panimk

Canal company ana or we uanat

Zone Government, piauiims-
nil ir Hurlrin thn na.riod of .the

claim compensated .out of funds

.ai rvw tna ammovmi '. ierdcv

od'aide of' ihe territorial limits of
tha tTn;tji sttp. Ths funds

never boranf.e s part of the gener general
al general fundi ef the United States Trea-
11 tu

Junds ev?r hsve their situs within

in the Canal Zone have he- right the territorial limits of the United
j 'representation. in the Congress..1 StaUSj ytf KfV-fj

The petition claims that arbitra

ry classification 01 tne u n 1 1 e a
tates citizens for federal tax pur

poses discriminates agauisi certain
of them because they are employ

ed by the Federal Government,
and yet places others in a prefer prefer-redatatus
redatatus prefer-redatatus beucase their employer

is other than tne eaerai uovern-

""It is contended that this Violates
knti. 4riir-in i. Spp 8. of the Cons-

titution of tne United States .and

as welt tne rum Amemuucui
thereto': ' '' rl':'-L

-. vThe peHtien also argue ,. tot
ith tax levied reduCas purchas purchasing
ing purchasing a-wer end vtierefore violates
the biigatiens imposed upon the
United Statts by their. Treaty
with the Republie Psnsma
, Tka ni.int.iif t isn ask that in a-

nv nt th following items snust

h. .xduded in computing their

taxable income? mi ; Si

tt .fn'.omonf nlaintiffo are re-

quired to live in housing units own own-ad
ad own-ad by their employer., They sre

neither permiueu w uwu

own cnoosinjj or resrae wmiuo i

. m. i.....:,. Xi.n,ttlarl flilfhfllf

A.h Kf !hA vaara 'was for the

convenience of their employer and
xnnded bv them

auto n -7
during -each of these ; years for
rent must therefore be excluded

ainRa inrnmi mirsuani.

to the proisions of Sec, ,11? of the

Internal revenue t coas ot .ia.

I x.

fofa

fU tauten th vsitiiMi tiaiiat In.

volved plaintiffs and others simil

ar v nnntort rapnivpn a nav al

lowance amounting to 25 per cent
nf their hnoe nav. The turoos of

this allowance was( to cover, : in

part, the increased cost of living
inniirrarl liv (horn SnH IWKIlltinP

from their' living outside the con continental
tinental continental limits 0$ ihenVa i t.e d

States. !;

PlainHffs further aver that dur during
ing during the years Involved they were
forced te contribute through the.
medium ef rent and ; imouW
paid for .other ntcestaries such
at feed and medical facil:tie, a
certain amount, capable of being
ascertained,, for the purpose of
providing revenue te the Canal,
Zone Government. -;-' '..4': V
Tfia vavennaa tnila' inTIrtad hv

the Canal Zone Government were

then U3e3 by it to provide ponce
anrl -flrn rrf.tftptlftn al wall as 0h-

er customary and usual govern governmental
mental governmental cervices. The amounts se

paid were compulsory in nature

and airnougn not oesignaiea s
such, c.nsii'ute a tax levied by a
governmental authority.;',

Other atterneys f of the plaintr
tffs besides Dilweg, are Robert H.

This is an amended petition, but
U 4. mod. rle.v that H final not

waive any of the grounds stated

10 ia original peuuon

...(,

-eanizeri and Is a skilled dip

lomat.' i

Angelo Ouiseppe Cardinal
ROncalli; 77, of Venice. Another
leading diplomat of the church.
Italians consider him a "saint "saintly
ly "saintly man" but his f mi may be
against him. '

.. Vaierio caramar vaien, 7S,
of Rome, He ia a' noted theol theol-Ojf
Ojf theol-Ojf 1st. expert on church law
and an' accomplished diplo diplomat.
mat. diplomat. .....
Ylrwhr Pptpr TtV Acrntranlnn

nrrtinnl nf th Armenian fi3

Hi represents a bridge between
east and '. west. An expert on

languages and a string orator

he eeneraJlv is considered, a

most learned man. ,.

Msgr. Giovanni Battista Mon-
tint 1 ar.nhfchnn rf Xllon

1HH th. nnltr "ndkoh nrhn i.

w..c j . t j klvi.uiii m.v ia
not a cardinal. He once refus

es tne Kea nat. He is a skilled
diplomat and administrator.
News Reaches Here

Of Former Zone
Teacher's Death

N"w of the recent death of

Mr, i Florence O'Connor Smith,

one-of the Canal zone's urst

schedl teachers., has just been
.. . i j ii. ...i.'

received Dy inenaa on weisui weisui-miift
miift weisui-miift Wn fimith died AuCUSt

29 In Los Angeles. Calif, after

a long illness. .
1Ura Rmit.h ram tn the Tsth-

inus during the early: part of
the construction period when

ner xatner, tne late u. u. u -Connor.
was appointed the first
superintendent of schools. Be Before,
fore, Before, her marriage she taught
in the school at Gorgona. one
of the four teachers on the
Gorgona school staff.
In November of that vear'she
and her fellow teachers super supervise
vise supervise over 500 boys and girls
from Gorgona and nearby towns
who-'turned out to pay tribute
to the President of the United
StftteB. Theodore Roosevelt, dur-llifl-
his visit to the Isthrmw.

,Mrg, smith is suryivea oy ner
hubsnd. Leroy Smith, who was
a foreman in the pattern. 'shop
Of the Isthmian Canal Commis

sion;, ana by a son ana a

daughter. :"

church' without y leacec

:or -utoni perjutu v f
. in.. -tale.! Amain Irtticitt

this morning ieht newspapers

with blaca headlines oi mourn mourn-in
in mourn-in inlr h' nt.re-tii of Rome.

the Vatican fadio established a

running .commentary on tne
Pope's condition in broadcasts
from the naDal antechamber in

Castel Gandolfo.

The mournful mice of a
priest reported some Improve Improvement
ment Improvement at Midday. Hopes re re-turned
turned re-turned for a time that the
amazinjr stamine of the pon pontiff
tiff pontiff might see, him thojigh a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. ,::,..v
But a few moments after 4
p.m., medical bulletin number
six confirmed the worst. The
pope had suffered grave com complications
plications complications following- the sec second
ond second stroke earlier this morn-
Inr

After readingr the text of the

meaicai ouiietin, tne Vatican
rnriln nnmmanfafnr otill ra.

portinsr from a room adjoining

ui papai oearoom. saia:

ine doctors themselves nre
now visibly showing their dis

couragement.

ih'.mfe'f lri his last lucid mo-

mente.

Everyone seemed to share
the crisis of the Pope they
lovd, the man the wi ld
catted t the "rope, of Pc.r,e."

women m DiacK snawis

"Yes. Ton can pray.
The Pnne's nenhewn. in

Princes Marcantonio, Carlo and

uiuno rusnea to tne sicxroom
from thetjf temporary homej in
a nearbyt villaw f f

Prince Marcantonio had, been

knelt n 'ihet cobblestones indstanding .'vigU through tbt

. MM . J ....

; ine eecona ti.roKe came uter
$ -night t that was surprisingly
calm ioe the Pope following
lntirancrannrts that, ht rirtn.

dition was giving new causa for

anxiety. ; -irv-
All four doctors attendinr tha
Pope were on hand at tha?J)i tha?J)i-pal
pal tha?J)i-pal cummer palace when thl

second stroke felled him a fevf
minutes after he awoke. 'v

"In the antechamber there
prevails an atmosphere of re resigned
signed resigned and calm anxiety.
"In the chapel adjoining the
Wnlv TPtht'B Vnnm nrlact gnif

members of the pope's family
are in Pmver

"From the door, which Is alar.
lira aa. Vnn. .J. 1M.H .1

" vcn n--"i, m, -nica. Mir
heavy brenthing of the august

psT'nt.

The somber drama In the

nernnd flnnr harirnnm nt fha

capal villa !rf the Alban hills

traaic one for the world's 450, 450,-000.000
000.000 450,-000.000 Roman Cr-tholir?.
Many of them joined in
praver for the Pope's refoverv
or the blf-zs.'nr; of a swift and
neaceful desvth, a fate tr which
rUa rnati w'Vim ttra ViSiv tPit rrantn

air. innu wnu TV a j uui 1 1 i..Uliju
Pncelll apparently had resigned

'dfpas Scheduling

Wnstma Prordit

Thmuqh Red Cross

fV'liailVll'"e V mow... ---of
Gorgas Hosnital, announced at

a recent meeting or tne Hospital
Christmas committee that the
loiint.l Ii urn vaanv til 1 atari

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scheduling any miereswa groups

or individuals program ior we pa
a.:...,, i '.:

j To avoid overlapping or acneaui-
ina .11 kKtitritiea will he COOrdinat-

ed 'through the Red Cross, Office
t. r., Unanital Anyone Inter-

ested pJeaSe call Miss Hester.

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Wedt.her- beat ti neflsants

stood .groups, reminiscing
about the ; long years during

which the pope had made cas-

ei Gandouo his summer nome.
fhn nat.lvea thtiriit; nrf mn

than 20Q reporters and photo photo-grapheitbteyes
grapheitbteyes photo-grapheitbteyes glued to

the massyre areh way; where the
Swiss guard stood on sentry
duty before, the summer palace,
tuu.J i-W .111.4. ..a..

Televlsinn p m e r a were

trained on the villa.

Two cafes flanking the piazza
nullari In t.ViPli. t.aViloa -arA

f uuvu .... hi. vnwina awa.u
chairs to make room for auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles to park.

It was a typical day of sun sunshine
shine sunshine on the shores of Lake Al Al-bano,
bano, Al-bano, set in the crater of an
extinct volcano.
But the undercurrent of ev-

cltement and expectat'on was

a etrange one i: this normal normally
ly normally ideepy village on which the
eves nf t.Vie nmrld noI fninca.ja

I v a aiiu nvaiu ..ta .v,va,uwv.
to witness the death agonies of

uie rope me zvina legiu legiu-mate
mate legiu-mate successor to St. Peter as
Bishop of Rome and vicar .of
Christ on earth, according to
Roman catholic doctrhie.

Cardinals. diDlo mat and

other high dignitaries moved

in and out or the villa.

Tne pope s sister, EUsabetta,
drove nut of the villi -nto:

after spending an hour with

ner brother. She lilted her
hands to hide her tear-stained
fate from w::.ng cameras.
Eariier, two of the Pope's
r.fijluws, Cano and Marcmto Marcmto-nio
nio Marcmto-nio Pacelli, & e away from
the vUla.
One woman from the vil village
lage village asked the parish priest
whether ihere was anv'.hlng
that told be done for the
Pope at this time. He replied:

Forty five minutes after th
stroke, the Pope asked for
Holy Communion. A 'priest
moved to grant the wish but
' before he could do1 so' the
pontiff's condition grew sud suddenly
denly suddenly desperate: .- "' ",'
"It was abruptly noticed
that the Pope was not in a
, condition to receive eommu
nion," Vatican radio said,
Instead of communion, thd
priest imparted absolution.
Extreme 'uflctlon ths last
rites of the church already
had been administered to the
Pope on Monday morning, when
the first interruption of the'
blood circulation in the Pope'
brain left him speechless, sight sightless
less sightless and partially paralyzed..
By yesterday morning thai

rope naa rained remarKably;
o-ivlncr hnno that Vila t-...

O C5 "vr" .aaaav ...W W.WillXl
dous fighting spirit which char-

auieuzea nis last severe illness
in Deremher 19i4 mlcht aim.

again pull him through.

The
Judge's Bench

Geoige Edward Graham 20, US US-AF,
AF, US-AF, vas fined $15 for ..unsafely
harkine a car at the Comxal Salea

Store parking area.

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at sla. Utters AN Ulislieel i the ;raraV;
'"Weaae try H Reap Ike letter limireel H aae Mia lent".
2 Mart, a letter writtrt m held ia striate eaalldeiice
Tia aewsaaaer sssumei ae reipenaibility rar statements i ataioi
AxVrated in lattai rraea readers. ,. ,'
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PARAISO RUMORS

, a resident of Paraiso I am aware of the rumors that arey arey-nnnd
nnnd arey-nnnd the commissary. 1 have this to say; the store has tafcen a

job M recenVrnonths. I can

Mr.'f An in nast vears. Let us Know me uiuu

e saved. Customer.

GENTLE FIRM DISCIPLINES

ir' and "Old Fashion

f Obviously, -uisgusvw vi "i"j;i; rParinir chil chil-fed"
fed" chil-fed" don't know that there Is a happy -e "L ad.
Iren which can be achieved very ?"CC"-S1eeth0d

bH or are denied some privilege
f0. S-fS, ifmore parent .would make bed-

I. 'Lntf children, there would erno neea iur

time a pieasani "i.r,; -J,.; i rweft jworth it. In our
?5ft- BMifw-M work

hnnsehold a bedtime srory, poy

wonders.
"Disgusted's". remark

listenlnai lr &n 'other people's

wVin lives in tne

lJSif rthould be molded
ienSy and61! irmly notVrshly and cireleisly

can force his

FOOTBALL SHEPHERD

i t would like to know why the princiatot BHS

teachers to ride back and forth across the istnmus io snePnu .,
El children to football games? Are they insured? Is that not a
a0nweK?.t it, why .11 this-expense for a few football
amBa?lboa has so many more students enrolled than the other
achools the results of each fame are forgone nclu.

Sir: Any overtime to be paid to the Canal Zone police due to neces neces-eity
eity neces-eity TkcJping them on the boundary between the Zone and Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama because Sf the;damn ruckus caused .by sOl ? udMiU ilwd b
deducted from the money given to Panama at the end of, the year
as rental for Canal usage.. Mad
N STUDENTS MISSING GOLD!fc.0fRTIJNTyo
Sir 1 ;
' I'd like to transplant a handful of these radical atudents to
some respectable school in tha States and see how long their
Alcal intervention"; laated i I think they .y0
afurry that nobody would giVa f hootj ljt they, went on strike
6 i'ntw. t hone, vouhe neolfli -W io, school fpr an

education in. the art? and sciences, lA? .?MJ'i'W?1

By VICTOR RIISEL

LINDEN, H. 3. It wa not so
merry ai .be Oldsmobile, p51 a nt
here even tfier word flashed from
the iunirai' meeting of ,GM, ihe
world i largest corporation, and

the wjild's most lamous union,
that a national strike which could
have cos 6l,000,000 weekly was
off. Whv? Because for once the

far-off sumou' was, far les impor
lant ihan the union's lower eche-
Why? Because for once, the U U-nited
nited U-nited Au'.o Worker union's nation national
al national leaders- -and informed labor cir circles,
cles, circles, oo-knew that there really
couM be no effec lve settlement
in' De' roil without the word flash flashing
ing flashing back from local bargaining
tables over which there has been
intense argument here as' well
as in the other 125 GM plants.
This time the UAW rank-and-file
nai ioldi heir leaders hey
would not automatically take the
signal from the summit.
When tnat signal came from on
high, company nd union region regional
al regional officials had been up for al almost
most almost ?0 hours They were a grog groggy
gy groggy as they were deadlocked.
Rani and file union officials
wearily said they had. argued fl flyer
yer flyer many issved which would hard hardly
ly hardly seeir. o shake more than their
own wont in this New York Su Suburb
burb Suburb mostly the amount of
"penoira' time" a worker could
spend away, from the Buick Oods-mobils-Pontiac
assembly irne.
To understand what sueh ahv is issue,
sue, issue, md several hundred Other
local" demands.' mean to the
men in plan s like this one is o
understand, however, the UAW s
reason for threatening to shake
the nation with' the grand-daddy
of all" strikes a GM walkout with
128 plan's shut down.
To the curious, and to his col colleagues,
leagues, colleagues, Martin Gerber, one of
Walter Tlei.ther's salwarts. and
leader o' the Auto Union's Region
Nine. ?sid tha he and the compa company
ny company people .had fought hard over
wh'ther assembly line workers
could average five percent of ther
working ime off for personal
needs. Thi comes to three min min-u'es
u'es min-u'es an hour or 24 minutes a day
away from the line. To the com company
pany company it menf a maximum of
two hours. "break" a week.

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Loaded For Bear
By BOB RUARK

KODIAK .ISLAND, Alaska I

will say one thing for Mr. Alf 1 you could have roped ihem, if you spee-jji lo

urly gentleman wno nao a rrpe ana were mat my. lecnn-cai

Biied. : 'Mm

"Thu is csl i

To get it, there must De a

-m .iik..4.tM' nf niid fviucatiom. Especially in

these schools in Panama, where the tultton lslmost negllg
those kids should; thank their lucky Vatara they have th
.ifi,nitii ......

I spea.k as one who does not have a college degree only ;be--c
it flmnrtallv lmnossible. ''.

In the States we pay dearly for an education with grew
Hniiars and sweat and strain. In Panama, the majority of these;

kids seem to take the attitude that the governments root ma
i t.hvhfm riritL to: attend classes. Why cant they

. that thev ara only denying themselvea a golden chance

for improvement?

Perplexed

WflAT CUT PORK CHOPS?

Sir:

t tha letter headed "This- Is Too Stateside,'!

(Mall Box, Oct. 6); let me say that if this person wants a cry.
i .i M.t. finrf nna for him.

8 Th nnrb hons he boudht were end-cut chops, by his de-

.tiim w sorrv .he made that miatake. If he honestly

r. f.w rnLs more for them, we could have tc

cTmmodaterhlm, since we are here io aerve the public. Too.

we always like to see a foundation lor tnese compiainw.
Also I would like to aeeViny Pork chops that do not have
any bone or some fat. We also can carry a semi-boneless pork
chop if the man would like to have those, but not at the price

he expects to pay jor mm, ... ,.
It is my opinion that he received Just what ht; paid for
and rrbt one cent more or less than any retail cut..
. t irn .rvnni. has a buditet to to by, o why com-

nlain. If he has any more complaints, come to see us. We'll be

glad to rectuy tnem wiuuu tcoy.

PANAMA

timp,"

fWef

man ta ke the place, of the .work

ers wha go out to the washroom
or brej't the tension o' the throb

bing, whirring belt noise by slip slipping
ping slipping out fur a smoke.

To stet regular relief time from

the assembly line withou' having
to explain each time why they

lare leaving the men are willing

to fight on the picke line. To the
company it means filling un the

maximum two hours of "break

ime" with more relief men and.

as explained to an inquirer, it per

haps meant slightly slowed production.

There the Issue rested when

word came from the summit. But
there were ether important local

oemanis which had passed up
the chain of command to Reu'her.

You ask another local union of-

ficial why GM andnot FVdu He

picK an issue without hesitation.
At Ford, he Savs, the Union hn

grievance committeemen who han.

aie tne Tonwamts o' union work

ers. lies commifemen pp naid

"j we compijDy,vaneT- soencl the

mm or weir'injne ononis eriev-

ance-hamiUjia bumes and don't

nave to rush back to the asem

bly line of th narf denartmnt

or whoever their job is when

tney a-e- finished.

ai i,ra. tne union erievanc

committee men ar paid by the
company for the time they soend

woriana: things out with a fore

man or the--mana?emen"s eriev

ance iroun Bu GM then exrcU

the grievance eommitteemnt o en

right pacl- it, th" embly line aft

er these discussions.

Tber have been disoute over

he amount of time crlevance

comm:t'e oeon'e soend on these
matters- Now the union wanN :
worked on' so thev can snnd nil
the time thev really need straigh straigh-en'ne
en'ne straigh-en'ne out difnu'e- i tl" plant.

Another demand 5 for "one.

lob,. ona wace," whv? because
in .SQnie tlants witMn the ame

GM divisJm. one fellow will he

earning six or even cents more
o les for the same work a a n-

nion broher jn another olant. The

nion vnt tighter agreements o
local seniority and promotions.

This means tba he. oact will spell
oi't Just who will, be. entitled to
what h'thef naylng job or who
fan move into a more desirable
shift.

Thus run three of the malor de demands
mands demands which he GM locals ar argue
gue argue ove- on the home lots.
When the dinute beean earlv

this year, Rether'i home staff
at Solida-ltv House In Detroit
counted 9,719 local demands roar roar-in
in roar-in up rom the 12 plnts In 71
el'les. Reuther wrote the locals
elling hem trim It Hown, fel fel-low:.
low:. fel-low:. Thev, did. but there are

ill "lundreda of sucM ssues be be-tor
tor be-tor fought out across the country.
The "little" local Issues sura
add up tn a massive national in industrial
dustrial industrial battle.

Lots of times they fed so

iviads-i me burlv gentleman

is currently holding my hand out

here in il'.it rugged real esia e
while i prosecute a one-man ven-

deita against the largest carnivo

rous nimal in tne worw, we iw-

dian brown bear.

Mr. Madscn is the best camp

cook I ever encoun.ered. I nave
gained a young ton in toe past

week, as, Mr, Madsen plies me
and cis jssistant, Nick Malutin,
with enough calories to last a

beaif all through a long, coia wim.

.what am I saying?
'Th hear hat to live off his

fat when he hibernates, by gully,"
says Mr. Madsen. "It is not so

long before ne crawis uim ma ucu
to sleep all winter."
"Ha sot to be olenty fat when

he, go to sleep,',!-Nick. ; the ius-sian-Alcuc
said, "specially Mama

Bear. She got to ieea iwo,. uuee,

mavbe even ve cuds ram-juaj,

all off her in

I didn't like the way both of
ihem locked at me speculatively
as Mr. Madsen, the chef offered
m. .ni.tftpr steak, some more

saw .
moehnH roLatoes. some more not

mil. anil hutter. some more

cheesed-up siilad, some more fruit

and another hunic oi appie
faded. The menu

a-,A oVnopihpr too much like

what the condemned man orders

for his penultimate snacK.
i LI riw. T said. "Couldn'

u. in-.t so watch the cubs fish

ing. r how about a little gin rum

my" It s a rousy uay

"Mt aid Mr. Malu in, his

Russian stubbornnes su-mounting
the Aleut'; happy disposition "Yu

came to num Dear, we num

The way you hunt bear is to
get into a rewboat and chug along
until von ini about half a league

ifAr mt.orp the bears might be.

Then you Hrag the rowboat as far
.. .h will rirae. and then you

ctnmhif. -.lonff over mossy slick

tnno. falline d!wn frequently and

Retting ymr hip boots full of wa

ter, squishing on roiien saiiuuu,
rA cmvtMnc the'r lovely 'reek.

Bears rank delicacies m this
nrHor- nponle. rotten fish, and

tin Ka rc

Thv also ea' wild cranberries
to clear up stomachic disorders
which result from eating peonle,
rnttn .talmon and their own

young.

After you have slipped on your
ultimate reeking salmon. Nick
indicates a young ,Mt. Everest
and savs: "We climb. See better

frnm nn there."

I am txptrling to be kniehted
any moment for that climb, which
I eventvallv came 'o love after
the first week. After five days, I
wans't even passing out from the

altitude any more.

Evev now and again Nick
would nudse me any say: "Bear;"
Away off in ? sea of yellow grass,
a flat blstk form would appear,
and move slowly. "Bear," Nick
would say. Then Iwo more Small Smaller
er Smaller specks. "Mama' bear and two
cubs."
This was fine with me. I do not

wish to tangle wth any sne-bcrs
with cubs or without cubs, fof
that mat' And I will say one
thing f'ir, Mr,' Madsen's acres,
Thev are very heavy, athi.vHm
of the year with -happy families;

I kept praying for more cubs,

more iiiamas,. ma;e unescorted
cubs, rain, snowfall, salmon short shortage,
age, shortage, anything. But day af.er day
the ::icxorablc Nick pushed and
hauled me up Mt. Eveies1, on tne
off-chance (hat a bachelor in a
foul mood might arrive and test

my baser mettle', if that is a pun.

Tune passed, and the days

dwindled. The Dutch courage was
down, to the last half bo tie, Mad

sen s iancv victuals were running

little low, and we were get ina

two cups of tea to the single tea-bap.

"B.it tha 's all ir eht Alf said.

"1 just jump in the plane and go
back to Kodiak and lay in more

supplies. We got n'en y.t.'me yet."
;"No,' i sale, '.'I promised i ja.

close dy in Ancnorage I would make a

the Laaies Aid on
Assistance to tne Na

tives cl Lower Bechuanalarid.'
"Wa takt OBe last little walk,'

Nick said. Five miles later he
poin.e-1. "Look," he said. "Bear.

All al'ne. Bacnelor."

"Oh. no, not w.Ui me only two

hours from freedom," I moaned,
"Yes." Nick said.

It moks like Mama has her

rug, by gully. It stands six feet

tali, nn a ragged mustache, bag

gy eyes and a bald spot. But that

blasted bear., who is. writing this,
will never be a decent columnist.

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WASHINGTON f-i What lil-'fhe

backstage record, of some of the

men the American people will vole

upon this fall to govern the Unit United
ed United States "in Ihe, I uturet ? The Of Official
ficial Official Tecord if usually known, but
not the record of backstage oper-v

In order to inform the voting

public, this column is Teoortine on

both Republicans and Democrats

up for election-to important office,
Earlier this .week', I reported on
the- Republican nominee for Gov Governor
ernor Governor of Pennsylvania. Today, here

is the record of the Democratic

candidate for the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives from Brooklyn, 'Abra 'Abraham
ham 'Abraham J. Multer '

Last fall, Congressman Multer

tooK his wife on a month-long va

nation to Europe, largely at the
taxpayers' expense He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Ms counsel, Irvin
Maness and Mrs. V Maness, who
supposedly went along to help the
Congressman inspect military post
exchange's for the 'House Small
Business Committee.-
.The State Department coughed
un $960.50 for two round'trip air
plane tickets-for the Congressman
and ManessUndeif. the ilaw" they
had to pay. foV-theiwives?. fickets.
but : later', in. JjJenevili MitU"
withdrew )8S37' in, couiifefpart
funds for expenses...
The' junketing Congressman" with
wife, and i Mr, and Mrs, Maness,
then proceeded r to tour.: Europe
with a Cadillacr.and'. uniformed

chauffeur, drawing on K, American

embassies jn each country ,a a they
went.- They drew: another.; 581'.W
before they-left Switze rlandt In

Austria they ook $492.97 mora for

their expenses. Whn thy fot

Germany 1bey touched the Ameri American
can American Embassy for 800. -J

.Living high' and handsome, thev

Dicked uo another. $526.32 in the

Netherlands.

EMPJV REPORT A

After one'month of tourme iur-

ope largely jat the exoepse of the

American .taxpayer. the Multen

ond the Mane.e came home: The

Congressman from Brooklyn then
submitted a report to thHouse

Small Business Committee In- ord

er to justify his tour.

The renort. rinnW m.rail "mn.

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sisiea oi live naees wn'cn ..i cn""i

have ben wnth bv anV Wh

school' senior Wthoitt leavintf the

united states. Th Defense'Depart

ment could nirvX toldlhe Ronaea

man everything"over th Ma

phone, or "his assistant' couM liave

eone to the Pent a eon for tha in.

formation at the cost of $1.25 taxi

tare. v.s a "-.1" :.-,''

VAlriJottah tho Denaptmant nt

Defenso has unified all exchange.

systems for th Armv and the Air

Force in the United States,"-Con-,

Kieasnian muiier wrote leameoiy,''
"two svstes are beine maintain maintained
ed maintained in the Euronesn theatre,"

Multer's report was. so suoerfi-

cial thst the committee w;isely did

not; maxe it oubitc. However, here

are some tyoical extferots: "'

The most Mmoortaht oueaflhri

before, our committee and mem

bers of Congress, we believe, is
how best to imnrove the exchanee
service and at the same time de

crease us cos and nwantae that

the "service w'll do the fob it Is in.

tended to do.'' I

J
Multer didn't annpar rl!tiirhi1

however, over whut he had eUrl

"the most imooHint duestff'n "be

tore mpmoer of Congress. He con conceded
ceded conceded h-t "the post exehn? vf
terns in Eurooe. to th extent tlot

we were a Me to observe on th'r

irm. are no'" a firlv eod iob
The only thin that reattv Knth.

ere-' him w the rlimUcation.

, ;neanite this constant effort for
'inif'oa'inn hecn nf uiwimii .ni

better bi's'nee- n'srHees.'' ft. rorr

nlamed. "we find that the Amv
nd he Air Tr-pe We eone the''
'merry wav' in osnrinuin to main
tarn two serraa exchange sv.s
terns. This rtunltcat'on of sctivi
tv. with rtiioHration of exoense
''"ol'Vation of mannower Is Kri

for the morale of the uniforms?

men an women,"
At a time when -the. American
neonle were wnrW'ng about sotit
nitrs and n unholaneerJ burtse
this 's what the Cnh'sm,
B-ook'vn wrote in nrW t

justify his junket. ;

DUBIOUS STATE DEPARTMENT
? Meanwhile, the .State Depart Depart-ment
ment Depart-ment began taklnr another innfc

atjt regulations wluch permit it
to pay the expenses of Coneresa.

men' travelling abroad and pnn.

eluded that it could find no excus

iot, congressman to be studyini
American mall business problem
m Europe:' where' American srnaE
busioss ttin'. operate.
So the State Department deli
cately conveyed -the idea to th
House Small. Business Committej

wa.. aiuuer snouid repay Amert
can embassies for the expensi
money be had withdrawn. '- T h I
State Department didn't mentiot
it, but especially interesting wai i
the faot hal Mulder had

drawn $1,569.77 in Switzerland, yet

met b i are- no j troopa or -posl
exchanges in Switzerland.

.w the end, the State Departmen
did npt press the Congressman.

MULTER'S HARANGUE
Multer is the Conereaamari ih,

hag Complained bitterly. Over nv
publication of the' secret transcrip
of the House-Small Business" Com
M ifl.i. nltt.V i 11 J 11--.' 5

wiutii .iiuuiea me sera J s
iron mdnopolv. Scran iron ia not i

sepret military.matter. Mr testi
mony regarding ;J 1 1 ',' mondpol

snomd, b.made publics When: thij
column made the facts public,
Multer harangued Congress ?

wi suggest tnat.thet .eonimittee
immediately invite: Mr; Pearson tow
-atrnl fiafArn -If h. -f.M tk. ita...

Of Representatives. '"If ie. does not

accept the. invitation, then -he

should f be J subpoenaed and "tie

jnouia reared Jo sUte under
oath now he has received, access
to testimony which' has been stal staled
ed staled by ? he: eornmittee, against exa

mination by anyone, excep1 tha
members of the committee...! sug suggest
gest suggest that jf Mr.- Pearson does re report
port report thatj'estimony. he will be guj
ly of a contempt of Congress."

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that "Priestly gave the material;
its; English name of "rubber."
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THE DRESSED DAGGER of the Braiilian military,' police is presented to Col. CeciT Himes,' center,
commandant of the U.S. Army Caribbean School, by 1st. Lt. Derly Silva. right and Ii. Olavo Leal
a-.,... : i, iDft Tho nn.enttJnn wan made on beialf of the -commander of the Brazilian Federal

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Nf4 Staff .CmtsssWmI

PoliceV Col Ddefonso Perelra de Albuquerque The. Brazilian officers are among 10 from their country,
taking a course at the Military Police Section of the' USARCARIB School.. .(Army Photo).

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AlBkWilGRKENE.rright, district deputy ot the Panama-Balboa
KnizbisUf Colgmbus todge, presents tickets for the annual Knights

t KniBhts have- invited all

l tbe ventn which .is planned

oi uiumous bh .wiprigtvx'w sittw-u"!
ino oAneraf'ftf II.fij'.Armrf fSrihhpan The

memberssof Ariny.CarAbearLfo attend

fc Fnday evening mMhe f lvdll Guest House. TickeU to tne semi semi-formal
formal semi-formal aiW raay"? obtteetf Srom, any member-of the Knights.
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been required 16 fill out the following questionnaiie on lire haz hazards,
ards, hazards, at home.. ' t
; Children have- been .requested to ask their parents help.
. Thto is a cooperative effort of the Canal Zone schools with
the-Canal Zone Fire .Division in observancB of Fire Prevention
Week, October -13.'"
Clip' this questionnaire, fill lt out, and give lt to your
teac&er.''

- i HOUSEKEEPING HAZARDS

lice's Hew Assistant

Sworn Info Office

As Adams Stands By

' WASHINGTON (UPI) JlaJ,

Gen. Wilton B. (Jerry) Persons, a
White House aide since 1953, was

sworn in yesterday to succeed
Sherman Adams as President Ei

senhower's chief assistant.

The oath was administered at
the White House by Attorney Gen Gen-eral
eral Gen-eral WilJiain P. Rogers as the
President smiled approval. Adams,
long a close friend of Persons,
watched from the rear of the room
and then went silently back to his
desk. : r: '-
Adam? resigned Sept. 22 in re response
sponse response to demands from GOP po political
litical political leaders who- decided his
gifts from industrialist Bernard
Goldf ins would hurt the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans in the November congression congressional
al congressional elections.
He will leave the White House

following what he has described

as the "orderly transition" of his
duties to a reorganized staff. The

White House said the s aff reor

ganization will be completed soon
with the appointment of a deputy
to Persons.
. Persons served .as special as

sistant to Eisenhower when the

five s:ar general was tead of
NATO, forces' In postwar Europe.
Earlier he had been the defense
department's top liaison man with
Congress 'A
After takine his oath, th erav-

rEaired affabfe" Persons was sur

rounded m by a. group of .family
members" and friends, including
members of the Cabinet and Re Republican
publican Republican National Chairman

Meade Alcorn.

Adams, who had been standing
among a eroup of White House

stenographers, returned to his of-

lfce i without Joining in the hand

snaKing. hi? quick aeparture ap

parently reflected his desire to

stay out of the limelight as much

as possible.

have I got a young wild-eyeo jeb jeb-el
el jeb-el for you today Mar(aret. 0

Margaret O'Brien? Yesterday'i
little Miss Misty Eye! In gingham
and pigtails? The same. But she's
20 now and those eyes flashed fire
only about her career you under-

xtand. .wiid-eved ana reoeiuous

was Margaret when a couple of

movie producers dreamed 4 up. a
new journey for Margaret. A ; ;

Now cues wnat tnev naa-

mind. You're riaht. A big switch

to the hot rod set with now-gorgeous
Margaret wiggling around ,;on
a high school campus and in jazz
joints like she'd been hit on the
head with a Marilyn Monroe cal

endar at 'the age of five.- j ;
Well, Margaret told 'em off In
the understatement of the year.

"RMittemen sne saw. nom

ine down her blood pressure, 4Tm

really not the type."

And I'm glad she said it and the

next time I meet those producers

I may punch 'em In the nose, isow i
it is. a new, and sad, journey for

Margaret. For the nrst ume in
her life she will be acting without
h gentle, beloved mother In "my
corner."1 It happens Oct. '16 when
she plays Beth in CBS-TV's mu musical
sical musical version of "Little Women'
a role she signed for just before
her mother's death..

Songwriter Eddie Samuels ana

Harold Lloyd Jr. continue to oe
Margaret's favorite fellas. "But,"
she told me, "I'm not serious a a-hnnt
hnnt a-hnnt either." But she is serious a-

bout her career "a variety ot

roles so I can learn more ana

more about acting."

But on this vou can rely were

will be no journey for Msrgaret

in a hot rod in any movie.

by a movie trade paper: v
"Italian exhibitors sow are blam blaming
ing blaming the pinball-machine craze for
bruising the Italian box office.

Moves against tne gadgets are un

der way and Genoa actually has
banned them, commencing Jan.

Two Women.Te$tify.Altteajring

On

Death of rormer Taxi Driver

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Are stprage areas kept clear 6f rubttish?
, Ate 'polishing rags disposed of or prop- (
'jptlVtored s.f. y
,Are oil mops kept, In jsafe, Ventilated
containers or places ?,.-.,
' Jts gasoline, or other flammable liquids
- used or. cleaning af home? ,,......,..
, COOKING HAZARDS
Is1 grease- permitted .-to accumulate on -.-
stpve? r
U kerosene or other flammable liquid .
ever used to start fires?
Are clothes -kept away from heater in
dry closet or dry locker?
Are curtains; towels an dother cloth or
combustible materials kept away from: .
stoyes: and bther source's f heat? ..... .
- MATCHES AND CARELESS SMOKING
.- Are matches kept away front young chll-
dreii? ,k

: Is, eveiry. room, equipped with non-Com

bustible ash trays? ...... ....:.-..i.......
Do all members of the family make
sure cigarettes, matches, etc. are out be before
fore before disposing of them?
Does anyone at your .'home smoke in.
bed?
! ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
Are qualified electricians, only, used for"
electrical wiring and repair work? A'...
Are all electric appliances properly test tested
ed tested for fire,, shock and safety? 4,
Are there enough electrical outlets
at home? t
'Are multiple outlets used for appliances?

No

Do electric Irons have metal stands? ..
i Arevall extension cords kept out-in: :the l -.
open? ".
A Binrtt wtiirwlf aa fnllnw- Wvpllnk All nr mnlnrtt.v

teood1 More than half "yes'TPoor Less than half "yes."'

yes"

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. Well, if you're old enough you
can remember miniature golf.
Tip to Italian movie makers:
Quick, Gina Lllobrigida in "I
Was Teen-Age. Pinball-Machine
Addict." ;
"Penalty pay" for Peter Law-

ford if the sponsor doesn't renew

"The Thin Man."- after MGM films

13 new shows is something new in
television.. Now if movie and TV

viewers could be extended the
same courtesy "penalty pay" for
shows they didn't like hie would
be as pleasant as it is for dear

old Petah.

Publisher Billy Wilkerson, In his

Hollywood Reporter :

"There ought to be a law that

NO MOVIE can run longer than

two hours To which I say "A

men" but what would those lob

by popcorn poppers do then, poor

thingsr

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US, Latin American
Journalism Students
Receive Scholarships
BUENOS AIRES," (UPI) Two
American journalism students
were each awarded a $2,500 inter inter-American
American inter-American Press Association schol scholarship
arship scholarship yesterday to study for one
year at a university of their choice
in Latin America.
Three Latin American students
were awarded similar scholarships
to study either in the United States
or Canada.
The two Americans are Richard
A. Atwood, of Champaign, 111. and
Robert W. Jones, a native of Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Md., now working at
Brownhville. Tex.
At wood, a journalism graduate
a. the In'versity -of Illinois, re received
ceived received the IAPA La Prensa schol scholarship,
arship, scholarship, donated by John S Knight,
president of the Knight Newspa Newspapers.
pers. Newspapers. Jones, who attended the Univer University
sity University of Mexico at Mexico City, and
now works as a reporter for a
Brownsville paper, was awarded

the IAPA Ezequiel P. Paz scholar

ship, dona.ed by Dr. Alberto Gain Gain-ta
ta Gain-ta Paz. publisher of La Prensa,
Buenos Aires. The award will per permit
mit permit him to iresume his study of

journalism until he is graduated.

Well. I euess nrivate eyes in Hol

lywood have to do something when

they're not shadowing delinquent

movie heroes ana s qui nun g

through keyholes in Palm Springs,
But Rock Hudson sure is burning.

A doll in Colorado sending a dal

ly mash note to his Malibu beach

dome wrote:

"I bought your address from )
nrivat detective in Hollvwood."

Things must be slow around

town.
Javne Mansfield is with US a

Min. With a different kind of

laugh for you. After appearing

with Tiubby Mickey Hargitay at
that increased child support hear hearing
ing hearing tfor his -kiddie by wife No. 1,

Mickey said, as l neara it:
"Thlncs like this happen, honey.

But in, 10 years all bur problems
will be behind us and we'll still

be young. Why, I'll only be 39

and..."

And Jayne ws right there with:

"And I'll still be 24:'t
Reasons for -poor movie attend

ance have been blamed on every everything
thing everything from the weather, to unusual unusually
ly unusually hieh tides in the center tank at

MarinCland. iBut here's a jeally

crazy one;; from Italy, as reported

Argentine Minister
Washington Bound

To Arrange US Loan

WASHINGTON (U?I)-Argten

Una is sending one of its cabinet

ministers here next weeK to sees
a US. loan that would- help the

South American nation recover

from its economic crisis.

Donato de CarriL Argentine

minister of economy, will arrive

here Oct. 15. it Was learned) to

discuss his country's financial
problems with high U.S. officials.

Del Carrll has been holding pre preliminary
liminary preliminary talks with Secretary of
Hie Treasury Robert B. Anderson
at the annual meeting of the In-

teR-MiAonal Monetary Fund and

World Bank in New Delhi.

,An Argentine request for a ma

jor U.S. assistance program nas
been expected for some time. The
country has been engulfed in a
long economic crisis that has crip crippled
pled crippled its commerce and industry.
The United States has estab

lished a special inter-departmen

tal committee charged with study studying
ing studying Argentina's economic needs.
The group, headed by Vance

Brand, vice president of the Ex

port Import Bank, includes rep

resentatives of the departments of
State, Treasury,. Commerce and

the International Cooperation Ad
ministration.
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CHICAGO (UPI) A coroner'
jury heard testimony Tuesday
from two women la the. life of
Robert Mulroy, pudgy former, taxi
driver founo dead in his apart

ment last .week, but said It could

not ajree whether his death was

accidental. .-;-.!

The Dody of Mulroy, 38, alias

Miller, was found a week ago

Monday, beneath a cnest ot draw

ers in a smoke-blacKenea nea nea-room.
room. nea-room. In the apartment were
found a heavy supply of barbi barbi-tuates,
tuates, barbi-tuates, two notebooks containing
names of men and of a few girls.

The coroner's Jury found tnat nis

death resulted from asphyxiation

and b&rbituate intoxication coming

in a fire of unknown origin,' out
recommended that the state's at

torney, the Chicago police and fire

departments, and "other agencies!

continue the investigation.. It also

recommended these agencies pur

sue an investigation of vice and
narcotics and gambling.

Cornelius Dore. deDuty coroner

who conducted the inquest in the

absence ox Coroner Wal'er Mccar-

ron, said tne coroners sun wouia

"pursue the case, ana wouia re

port its findings to law enforce

ment agencies. v ;

Dore Questioned red-haired Jean

Mulroy, 76, but she added little

to the unsigned statement sne

eava oolice soon alter we tire.

Jean said she married Mulroy 'in
April, 1958 She testified the

diouotea mere was any roui piay

involved in his death.

She told how Mulroy called ner
at the home of a friend about 2
a.m. the day he was found dead,
and told her "Honey, you'll have
no bed to sleep on here." She said
he told her he had imoke in his
eye and she told him to call the
tire department.
Mrs. Mulroy sat' with a slight
smile on her face as Ruby
(Peggy) Webb, 33, who flew back
here from a visit home to West
Virginia last week, testified that
she was Mulroy's common law
wife for 16 years, statrtirig out with
hifi in Wheeling! W.Va., where he
was a taxi driver.
Miss Webb testified she thought
Mulroy was a gambler, but that
she never saw him gambling.
"I knew him for 16 years and
know he always smoked in bed.
Many times I got a cigaret out
of his fingers," she said.
About a year ago, she and Mul Mulroy
roy Mulroy drifted apart, she said. She

testified that .sne never Knew mm

to be fn fear of his life.

Mrs. Mulroy and Miss Webb did

not -speak before vor after W tes

timony, in toe inquest room. s
Fire Battalion Chief Lawrence
Sullivan provided aa unexpected

sidelight to the'hearmg.
He 'aaid thai'; n&Vaigbt
got a telephone ,call at home from

a man who said he was Gilbert

Gerke, Norwalk- Wis. ; Sullivan tes

tified that tin caller -said he was
the father el a daughter. Jean.

and that he recognized, the pic picture
ture picture of Jeaa JUulror .as that of his

daughter long goner irpm home.

xna caller : told htm that Us
daughter left home at 13 returned

when she was 18, and then left

again.

Sgt. George Murphy,: in charge
of the investigation for police, told
of the discovery of the Dills in the

room. He said Mulroy mieht have

been under sedation, but death un un-douxtedly
douxtedly un-douxtedly wan eaused by ;his be becoming
coming becoming trapped in the smoky
rooms : -

Secretary ImDunips
CiwerM
TwstfCan Treasury.

Jessi C a r i w H a 43-year-old
Oakland Calif., secretary, spotted

an old greeting-card box ln the
munieipal dumps here Moaiay
and lumped for joy. -...
The bos, tojised away, with,
"soma other stuff by two ymin -Boys
who, stole her car, eontainea
$25,000 Jn blue-chip s ocks.
''-The boyl4 and 15,r stole JWsa ;
CarswelTs car Friday night; "Jp
visit some friends in Sacramento.
They, threw iut: the "stuff',, af
they, passed the municipal dump.
;The"boys were picked up. Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and .confessed- their
crime. Mit Carswell called ,0a V
land Mayor Clifford Rishell early
Monday, asking him to use hit in influence
fluence influence to persuade Sacramento
official? to hold up burning of

rubbish for a day.
Mayor Kishell got the support
of Sacramento Mayor Clarence
Azevedo. Miss Carswell rushed
here with two police officers and
one of the young auto thieves-
who quickly pointed out the box,
complete with stocks.

Eisenhower Names
Two New Trustees
For Clearing House
NEW YORK (UPI) Nelson
Poyn'er. president and. .editor of
the St. Petersburg, Fla., Times,
and Gabriel Hauge, former eco economic
nomic economic adviser to President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, have been named o 'he
board of trustees of the Citizenship
Clearing House, it was announced
Tuesday.
The appointments were an announced
nounced announced by E. E.rSchattaschneld E.rSchattaschneld-er,
er, E.rSchattaschneld-er, chairman of the board of
Trustees of Citizenship Clearing
House, and Professor of Govern Government
ment Government at Wesley an University.
? The Ckaring House,, located at
New -York University, is a nori nori-pront
pront nori-pront educational organization.. Its
purpose in to 'Work with political
scientists in 400 -colleges, and uni uni-versi'iesv
versi'iesv uni-versi'iesv throughout the-nation, to
encourage political activity by col college
lege college students in, the party of their
choice.

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TOMORROW AT COCKTAIL BUFFET PARTY
An outstanding social event of tomorrow evening will
be a cocktail buffet party given by Mr. R. Austin Acly,
Charge d'Affaires ad interim of the U.S. Embassy, and Mr.
Acly
The event is planned for 6:30 at the Acly residence on
Members assigned to the diplomatic corps' and foreign

offices, as well as other outstanding guests, have oeen issu issued
ed issued invitations.
Miis Head Other Orfiean ..Miss Heat Introduced her mo.her,
Installed m Rainbow Order J Mrs. Pochelle H. Head to the as-
Aliss ouia riotnuie Head, Wir- sembly and presented her witn
thy Advwov, and o her officers of a bouqoe' of red rosebuds. Her
Baibjj Assembly one. uruer 01 i moth hen presented o the wor wor-the
the wor-the Rainbow fo. Girls, were in-1 hy advisor her gavel which had
stalled u ;n; open ins allation cer- i been made by Leslie -W White
emuny in the Balboa Scottish Rite, Past Mas.tr, King Solomon's Lodge

Tempie ire yroup of more than 1 43, Woodstock Ontario, Canada.
100 at'eudmg included members of
the assembly, their parents, and Miss Head then m'roduced Rev.
friends from boih sides of the Oscar Ohen of the Balboa U U-lsthmui
lsthmui U-lsthmui nbn (hirer-, guest speaker, who
A !ars fl.nal rainbow ood in gave an insplrating address on
front oi the station of the Wo'thy "Faith the theme the worthy
Advise- aiifi he assembly rxim advisor hud chosen for her .erm.
was deenraied with while dahlias, i
The guests of honor wore o c i.. Service bars which had been
corsages and the girls each wore earned durinj the pas' term, were
a carnjiici, wnstle of the color presented K. the girls by Mrs. E E-of
of E-of he- statin. leanor iluchler. Mother Advi'or.
Following the installation cere cere-Ralph
Ralph cere-Ralph K Frangioni installed the monies refreshment were served
worthy hdvifor. Af er taking her In the banquet, hall by Orchid
vows, she knelt it the altar wh le Chapter Order of Eas em Star.
Miss Helen Nita sang "The Lord's 1
Prayer.' accompanied by Mrs. Return From Vacation
Louise Swafford a1 the organ. .in Now England Arts
The installing officers we'e Miss Re "rniug this week from an
Forest W;5e. Installing Worthy Ad-1 extended vacation in the States
visor, Airs. Francis Bagg, Mar-1 were Mr. apci Mrs. Donald C.
shall, Joanne Barnes, Craplain: Kaan of Ar-con. A highlight of
Martha S evenson, Recorder; Mrs. their trip Wn the weddin? of heir
Louise Swafford, Onanist, and daughter. Miss Emma B. Klan,
Miss Helen Nita, Soloist. to Hrlcy R. Wood. The Ancon
couple were swav for five months.

Officer-, installed for the term
were. BilJie Sue Spencer Worthy
Associate Advisor; Edith McNeil,

Charity Martha Miller. Hope

SinHn MrKav Faith

Mauldi. Chaplnln, Bcve-ly Smith, Shrine Club has planned a dance

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MISS MARY HELEN EDDS has

recently returned to her duties on
the nurses' staff at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital after a year's leave for ad

vanced training at the University

of Tennessee Medical Unit. Before

her return to the Isthmus, she
received a. Bachelor of Science
degree and a certificate of post;
graduate work in psychiatric nurs nursing
ing nursing at the Tennessee school. Miss

Kdd is the daughter of Mrs. Anna

M. Edds of LaMarque, Texas.

I Shrine lub Plan
Dunce Fridiv Niflht
I The rererrtly-organi&ed Atlantic-

Virginia Ulde 'I'romfolds of the World

Drill Leader

Love; Max.iv

Jo Anne

Fields,

religion;

fnr Frirtav evening at tho Break

ers Cl in !r Loco soio. ine semi

Char'otte Schultz, Nature; Naomi 'formal affa'i :, scheduled for 8

Litvin. Immortality: Harriet Dun-

derson, F'.deli y; Christine Huff,
Patriotism. Kay Flowers. Service;
ChrisHn.i Hwrrison, Confidential
Observ?- Doro'hy Strumph, Out Outer
er Outer Observer: Marjorie Miller, Mu Musician
sician Musician Jane Sutherland. Choir Di Director
rector Director Karen Nadeau, Recorder;
and Millv De.ierne'te. Treasuerer.
After inMfilla'ion of the officers,

to midniiih'. All Shnners in

area are invited to attend.

this

This new Shrine Club is an af affiliate
filiate affiliate of AlKU Saad Temple, and
is headed hy Past Potentate Wil William
liam William Bidders

Miss Nitlson Enrolls
At Wherton Collego
Miss Sandra Nelson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Olo R. Nelson of
Panama City, has been enrolled
as a freshmen p'udent at Whea Whea-ton
ton Whea-ton College, 111. During her school
years at BMhoa High School, she

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Military Snginoori
The October meeting of the Ca

nal Zone Post. Society of Ameri American
can American Military Engineers, will be

held Monday evening at the Tivo-

li uutist Houst. A social houte is

planned for 6 p.m., with dinner ai

7.

After otnner, a discussion on
"Engine.er:,i( and HeaKli on the
Canal Zone" will be presented by
Col. Charles O. Bruce, Health Di

rector of the Canal Zone Govern Government.
ment. Government. Sports shirts will be the appro appro-pria
pria appro-pria e at iie for the occasion.
Resurvntions may be made with
Robert Hall. Clayton 5169, Robert
Kruse, Navy 3322; George Abel,
Albrook 7201; Col. Rogers, Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 3215; or Jim Brigman, Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 1625.
was ncuve in sludent council acti activities
vities activities and dramatics.

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Planned By College Club
The Scholarship Committee of
the Caribbean College Club has
announced plans for a Senior
Night, o'l e held Oc 21 at the
Margarita Gymnasium.
Amung Mie even:ng's speakers
will be G-eor.ee W. Edman. Lt. Col.
Richard I. Phiil. Bernard Ever Ever-son
son Ever-son nd.R. L. DanielsorV A spe-

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NEW WORTHY ADVISOR Miss Rochelle Head stands before
her station in the East after being installed as worthy advisor
of Balboa Assembly One, Order of Rainbow for Girls. She
stands beside a floral rainbow which was made by Robert
Blades, Rainbow Dad, and decorated bv her officers.

Enjoy Old-Fashioned Apple
Snow. With Custard Sauce

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When Leonard Harmon of New

York and Dr. Ivar Stakiold of

Washington von both the i open

anirs and the Vandernut tjup ai

the recent Spring Nationals, it
confirmed the fact that they were
one of the strongest apiri in the
country.

A lane part of their success is

due to careful bidding.

In the hand taken from' the open

pairs all South players opened one

spade and all North raised to two.
At this point most Souths Jumped
to four inades and proceeded to go

down one trick' when trumps fail

ed to a break.

Ivar chose to rebid three hearts
and Lenny raised him to four. With
good play the four heart game was

unbeatable since Ivar was able to

discard dummy's losing diamond

on his fifth spade.

Careful play was essential. He

won the first club, cashed tre two

top tfumps, led a spade to dum

my's king, and a second spade to

ward his own hand. East could
not afford to ruff this. He might

be trumping his partner's trick. ;

Ivar took his ace and led an another
other another spade. West won and led two

high clubs. Ivan trumped the se second
cond second one srtd led out his last
trump. East was how in the lead

but it wis too late. The long spaae

was established for a dimond dis

card.
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BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

THI CILIBRITIIt

Candy Jones and Harry Gonov-

er are living apart, experimenting

with marital separation at-
though thev're still business part

ners. They hope for a reconcilia

tion after tnt trial period.-, .uov.
Harriman. conscious of the import
atlce of Harlem In the upcoming
election, Is hoping to; woo the sup support
port support of CongressmanAdanV'Clay.
ton PowelU-and probably wilt get
it. Powell 1 in a -mood to cdme
out for Harrtman 'and the entire

Liberal-Democratic ticket.

Leonard Sillman has optioned ail

He

me imaienai in mt civer;-iinit
cabirevue at the' Showpiece.-

Intehdsf fat use" it1 In ihis' next edt

Freeze & Hand Jive Will Be
Introduced at Harnett &
Dunn Jamboree

Harnett it Dunn will have

their tell jamboree for their

intermediate and Latin classes

tnis Saturday from 7: SO cm.

to 10:30 D.m. at the n. Ama Amador
dor Amador American Legion Cluo.

rhese students are the silver

and gold group and range in

use irom 6 to la. Many new

una novel ideal win Be present

ed at this aance.

tmanlalltv numuen win oe

danced bv Sheila Hoicroft, Ah
drew Hihley. Temmie Kettle

ana Stephen Hume, gnena ana

Aftttrew win ao tne oia wme

iox-trot-Thl Turicey iroi ana

'ltmmie and Stephen Ages e

and 7 win do the ne-i' and poo

ma? nit dance Tnu cnicKen,

Both of these teams will appear

witn tmrcy live otner stuaenu

on a forty-five minute t.v.

show that Harnett tt Dunn
plan to do the latter part of
this month.
The Latirt dance contest
which is based on a six months
course will be judged on the
oest all round in the toilowlnft
dances Rumba, MarrtBo, Ml
rengue, oha Cha Cha and the
newest Latin dance sensation
the Cha-iypso. The 0halyf6
is a combination of the Cha
and Calypso and was originated
by the young boys and tlrls on
that popular T.v. program
Bandstand, The two new novel"
tv dance that will be intro introduced
duced introduced will be the Freeie and
the Hand Jive. The Hand tlv
Is danced to Jltterbus music
while varloui hand movements

are executed while doing the

nasie. The lovely and graceful
La Vat-sou vlanna wilr also be
danced bv all groups. Parents
and friends are cordially In

vited 1o attend and watch the,

run. The judges will be Mr,
and Mrs. Kennedy from Ft. Kob
be andJoe fteynoldi from Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. The following Saturday
night October 18 another Jam Jamboree
boree Jamboree will be held for the Se Senior
nior Senior itudenti at 7:80 p.m. it
the American Legion Club Tt
Amador. P.A.C.

Hon of "New Faces.' Included in

the Skits is a devasting parody of
Sillman's Broadway epics. .
Friends are frantically-trying to
reach Faye Emerson and her best

beau. Jack walker, currently tour tour-infi
infi tour-infi Europe together. Jack's father
drODDttd dead in his doctor's office

after a routine medical checkup.

Friends esn't figure out why Gene
Ti6rney, who just announced her
availability for films, turned down
Warners' offer of an important

role In "The Philadelphia"

Henry Fonda's pretty daughter

Jane .is being wooed by William

Weilman Jr., son of the flicker
director. . Federal agents are
about to make headlines with a

crackdown on a big mail order

house operating out of Brooklyn
and prosing millions 'Of dollar
annually. The charge will be using
the mails to defraud.
Singer Bobby Short caught "The

World of Suiie Wong" in Philadel;
phia and has a new title for it:

'Two for the fucksnaw . .jack

Kerouac, most famous spokes-

. t 4L ft.. nAHAMA4lAM u..

a serious reason for being flWnt

from his usual Greenwich Village

haunts. He's in, a secluded Long

Island spot, suffering from a blood

disease.

Noel Coward is in Bermuda toil

ing on a new musical comedy. .
Cover eirl Eve Thompson, former

ly married to tailor Leon Bioeh,
new prefers Morris Levy, owner
Of the Roundtable. '

Those Roxv lobby signs proclaim proclaiming
ing proclaiming that the film version of "Damn

Yankees" features "the original

cast" of the musical comeny mut

be designed for patrons who don't
keep up with the local theatrical
ce"e. In Point of fact the male
lead Tab Hunter was 3.000

mlloi away while the Broadway

version was running. .Truman

CaDdte's "Breakfast At Fiffany'1,"
Just off the Random House presses.

Is marvelous the ultimate In ele

Kant and original prose. .Shin
Conway is back in town after I
quiet Alabama divorce from Bee

hi Wiivno.

Ksrol Fageros, the glamour girt

of the tennis world it, suffering
from, anemia, .Former Mist A-

mericagolleeit Hutchins, now Mrs.
Ernie Vanderweghe it expecting

ior uapitoi necords will feature
the DlVli T.amhprto fiinnova loU

Root, Jon Hendricks and Dave
the group so successfully present presented
ed presented oo "Sing A Song of Basie". .
Lisa- Rose.' Caotain of the rhnrm

line in the- Latin ...Quarter. -win

waits- down .the aisle with 'Theo

dore Harris -uf Baltimore,'

Singing comedienne ftsrirv An.

draws has opened a studio where
she'll coach aspirants "to the
world of musical comedy.".

siMiiK wnatrai aDinry to select
tasteful sones is wpll-esfahlishpH

so tit would seem "that his new'

Stat, -wr: success" must be in
the nature of ., a favor for

friend. The tune is nlpantio

Swingy, but the lyrics ar inexcus inexcusably
ably inexcusably bad example: "Success"
rhymes with "chest" (Or is it

"Succest" rhyming with 'chess"?

Bono Rockefeller's aonernee

at the Warwick'! Raleleh Room

caused a stir. Her escort was Gus

Siegmond. Phylhs Diller. the boun

cy blonde-who slithers all Over the
Bon Soir pianos in a wild imita

tion of Eartha Kitt, is the mother

01 live cniiaren one of them a

San Francisco college student.
Fred Clark and Bemy Venuta
may get together again, chuma
think. .The newest slice of Ame

rican Way 6f life: kiddie movies

tn supermarkets, so the moppets
can- be entertained while : mother
picks up the frozen foods

Will Jordan. Alan Dle and

Frankie Laine have parted from

tneir managers. The Lmdy's
crowd expects Dick Shawn and
Joey Bishop to make similar

moves in the near future. Julius
LaRosa has just wixed what looks

uni 41 uv v iwuicuca jjuu

Merrill tune titled "Until He Gets

A Girl."

It 11 be in the disc itores next

week. .Dinah Washington, Queen

of the blues songs, is flirting with'
a cyclone in, private life. He's an
ce trumoeter in one of. the ton

jizi bands, and they adore each

otner-but tnere are complications.
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By LEO H. PETERSEN
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 8 (UPI) -1 Fred Haney,
one of the most conservative managers in baseball,
gambled on an aging pitcher wiht only two days
rest to wrap up the World Series today against the
New York Yankees.

He called on 37-year-old
aouthpaw Warren Spahn, who
beat the Yankees 4-3 in 10 in innings
nings innings In the first game, and 3-0
with a brilliant two-hit shutout
In the fourth game, to try and
close it out
Manager Casey Stengel of the
Yankees, facing sudden death
because his club was trailing
the Braves three games to two,
wouldn't come out and name his
gtijirtcr
He was "toying with a lot of
guys," he said.
The top one seemed to be
southpaw Whitey Ford, who has
started against Spahn twice in
this Series.
"I know that little bugger,
and I know he's itching to
pitch again," said Stengel. "As
little as he is, he figures he's
big enough to take those Mil Mil-waukees."
waukees." Mil-waukees." Then the veteran New York
manager admitted "I don't know
what I'm going to do."
"That big guy (Don Larsen)
might be ready, too," he pointed
out Larsen, with relief help
from fire-baller Ryne Duren,
beat the Braves In the third
game when Yankee hopes were
mighty low.
"But I ain't convinced hes
had enough rest," Stengel went
on.
Larsen had to leave after
seven innings last Saturday be because
cause because his arm tightened.
"I'm ready if he (Stengel)
wants me," Larsen declared.
But he didn't seem too anxious.
"It's my decision to make,"
Stengel said. "It better be the
right one. I'm the goat if it
ain't."
Haney, still refusing to con concede
cede concede his National League cham champions
pions champions were in the driver's seat,
announced his choice of Spahn
after a dressing room meeting
"T atlrM wnrrn if he thoueht
he could close it out for us on
Wednesday," Haney disclosed.
"And he told me, 'I'd sure like
to try.' So he's going for us."
Haney, who doesn't talk too
freely in printable language, an answered,
swered, answered, "what the hell" when a
baseball writer asked him who
Major College
Football Ratings
NEW YORK (UPI) The United
Presa International major college
fWbtll ratings (with first place
votes and won-lost-tied records in
parentheses):
Team Pein
1. Mibiirn (11)' (2-0) 272
2. Oklahoma (7) (2-0) 251
3. v"tre Dame (5) (2-0) 224
Team Pointi
5. Ohio State (3) (2-0) 201
6. Wisconsin (2) (2-0) 179
7. Michigan State (1-0-1 123
8. Pittsburgh (3-0) 96
9. Mississippi (3-0) 71
10. Purdue (1) (2-0) 67
11, Clemson, 59; 12, Michigan,
34; 13, Navy, 30; 14, Oregon, 23;
15, Louisiana State 22; 16 Texas
(1) 12; 17, Houston, 10; 18, Color Colorado.
ado. Colorado. 9 19, North Carolina State,
8 20 (tie), College of Pacific and
Iowa, 4 each.
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BUDAPEST
with John Hoyt
- Also:
UNDERSEA GIRL
with Mara Corday

2 Days Rest

he might start in a seventh
game, should Spahn be beaten.
"I'll worry aDoui mat ir ine
time comes," he added. "But I'll
nv this the other 10 Ditcher
on my staff behind Spahn will
be out in tne Duupen."
There was considerable second-guessing
of Haney's choice
of Spahn. A lot of baseball
people thought he was patting
too many eggs in one basket
and would have been better
off had he gone with Bob
Rush, who lost a tough one to
the Yankees and Larsen Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in New York.
Had he gone with Rush and
lost, these experts reasoned, he
would have had a Spahn with
an additional day s rest going
for him. Spahn said his arm felt
fine and he recalled that the
last time he pitched with only
two days rest he beat the St.
Louis Cardinals twice back in
1955.
The guessing was that Haney
would go with Burdette if a
seventh game is necessary wmie
stenirfi would call on Bullet Bob
Turley, wjio hurled a flve-hltter
at the Braves Monaay 10. onng
the Series back here.
The forecast was for' partly
cloudy and: warm, weather. The
nnssihilitw of ishbwers before the
scheduled starting time of ; the
game 2 p,m. (Panama umej
was not ruled out.
"I just hope it 7 rains four
days," grinned Stengel as the
skies AsLX$WP$M&$$MM n"
kees' ;ernoorr,fvww-KuF ai
County StaoSuhU f efjs-eftjay.
"Then mWtieBBalifrVwin fc&Ve
so much rest his control will get
rusty."
The Pacific Little League
anticipates another banner
season, and needs the support
of many individuals. All sorts
of vacancies are opened.
You need not be a Fred Ha Haney
ney Haney or a Casey Stengel,' and
while knowledge of baseball
helps it is not mandatory to be
of service. If you like young youngsters,
sters, youngsters, there Is a way to be of
help. Those having the slight slightest
est slightest interest should be at the
meeting to be held Monday
night, at the Diablo Service
Center, Oct. 13. q
,i -fi". yf
Logart Turns Table
On Stitch To Regain
Some Lost Prestige
NEW YORK (UPI) Welter Welterweight
weight Welterweight contender Isaac Logart,
having recaptured lost prestige by
turning the tables on Rudell Stitch,
announced today he will have at
least five foreign fights before re resuming
suming resuming his United States campaign
for a title shot.
Cuban Isaac won a unanimous
decision over Stitch of Louisville.
Ky.. in their return 10-rounder at
St. Nicholas Arena Mondav nisht.
The defeat snaDped Stitch's win winning
ning winning string at eight straight. Ru Rudell,
dell, Rudell, lOth-ranking contender, had
won an upset unanimous verdict
over fifth-rated Logart at Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Aug. 27.
TODAY-ENCANTO-35-20
Glenn Ford Jack Lemmon
In "COWBOY"
- Also: -Dan
Duryea in
"THE BURGLAR"

'fl'iHiEA'ircsEsJQDAY

7 WOL1
25C. r 15c.
BANK! $125.00
THE TIN STAR
with Betsy Palmer
- Also:
The Naked Jungle
with Eleanor Parker

VICTORIA
150.

BLACK KNIGHT
1 31th Alatytadd ""
- Also:
DOMINO KID
with Randolph Scott

World Series

Facts, Figures
MILWAUKEE. Oct, 8 ttJPI)
Facts and figures on the 1958
World Series:
onDonents Milwaukee
Braves, National League cham
pions, vs. New York Yankees
American League champions.
Winner First team to win
four games.
Results to date 1st game,
Milwaukee 4, New York 3 (10 in innings)
nings) innings) ; 2nd game, Milwaukee 13,
New York 5; 3rd game, New
York 4, Milwaukee 0; 4th game,
Milwaukee 3, New York 0; '5th
game. New York 7; Milwaukee 0.
Remaining games 6th and
7th games (if necessary), Coun County
ty County Stadium, Milwaukee, Oct. 8,
9.
Starting time 2 p.m.
Series favorite Milwaukee,
3 to 1.
Sixth game favorite New
York, 6 to 5.
Rival managers Milwaukee,
Fred Haney; New York, Casey
Stengel.
Umpires Al Barllck, Tom
Gorman and Bill Jackowski, Na National
tional National League; Charley Berry,
John Flaherty and Frank U U-mont,
mont, U-mont, American League.
Financial figures for first five
games attendance, 301,175;
net receipts, $1,842,695.83; x x-Players'
Players' x-Players' share, $726,044.55; com commissioner's
missioner's commissioner's share $276,404.37;
clubs' and leagues' share, $210, $210,-061.71.
061.71. $210,-061.71. x-Players share in first four
games only.
Probable Lineups
For Sixth Game
Of World Series ......
MILWAUKEE! Oct, g(UPIl
Probable lineups for the sixth
game of the World Series:
MILWAUKEE
Schoendienst, 2b
Logan, ss
Mathews, 3b
Aaron, rf
, Adcock, lb A
, Covington, If
Crs-ndall, c
Pafko, cf
Spahn, p
NEW YORK
Bauer, rf
McDougald, 2b
Mantle, cf
Howard, lf
Berra, c '
Skowron, lb
Carey, 3b
Kubek, ss
Ford, p
Umpires: AI Barlick (N.L.)
plate; Charley Berry (A.L.)
1st base; Tom Gorman (N.L.
2nd base; John Flaherty (A.L.)
3rd base, foul lines BUI Jac Jackowski
kowski Jackowski (N.L.) and Frank Union t
(A.L.)
Fight Results
UrtiUd Prtj International
NEW YORK (UPI)-Isaac Lo Logart,
gart, Logart, 146, Cuba, outpointed Rudell
Stitch, 143V4, louisville, Ky. (10).
PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UPI)
Billy Ryan, 174, Chelmsford, Mass.
knocked out C a r d e 1 1 Farmos,
172ft, Boston (8).
BOSTON (UPI) Chico Maldon Maldon-ado,
ado, Maldon-ado, 133 1-4 New York, stopped
Jimmy K e 1 1 e y, 133'4, Lowell,
Mass. (7).
ROME, Italy (UPI) Ted Wright.
147u, Detroit, Mich., outpointed
Chris Christiansen, 148 3-4 Den Denmark,
mark, Denmark, (10).
CARACAS, Venezuela (UPI) -Ramon
Arias, 114W, Venezuela,
outpointed Masaji Iowamoto, 113
3-4 Japan, (10).
Sports Briefs
NAME PESKY MANAGER
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)
Johnny Pesky, a Boston Red Sox
infielder for 10 .years, has been
named manager of 'Ihe Knoxville
Smokies of the. Class' A South
wiantic League, and Bob Boni Boni-fay,
fay, Boni-fay, general, manager of Augusta
mst .season, has been named to
a similar post with Knoxville.
ihe club recently signed a
working agreement with the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers.
, RIO
25c. Bank Night!
Gold Prize $500.00
A FACE IN. THE :
CROWD,
with FatrleVtoeal
r , Also:
ILLEGAL
With' Ed. O. Robinson

r'A t-s-- I mmMwmmmm
(Sir '!f f.M
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- -i Zi" -j

i ARMORED TYKES Youngsters suiting up for the first Little League i football' squad -at
Forbes Air Force Base, near Topeka, Kans., find shoulder guards a big deal. Master Ser-
' geant, J. B. Joes, who organized the circuit, fits Rogers Jones as left to right. Buster Flow Flowers
ers Flowers and Tom Hiliery watch. More than .120 kids Jurned out for chance to make, the team.

Auburn Re

As UPl's

, f (NEA Telephoto)
HOWARD COMES THROUGH Sequence photos show Yankees'
left fielder Elston Howard making his diving catch of Braves'
Red Schoendienst fly ball in the sixth inning. Howard then
fired ball to first to double off Bill Bruton. Yanks beat Braves,
7-0.

Shooting Preserves Double

WASHINGTON (NEA) The
nation's shooting preserves and
the number of game birds shot on
them have nearly, doubled since
1955, the Wildlife Management
Institute reports.
A joint study shows that 1,207
public and private shooting pre preserves
serves preserves are operating in 38 states.
At the close of the 1955 season
there were 756 preserves in the
22 states that permitted them.
The upswing In shooting pre preserves
serves preserves is credited to the mounting
needs to sportsmen, the tightening
of Dublic hunting in crowded re
gions and the increased number of
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:50
"The Admirable Crlchton"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Anthony Qulnn
William Conrod
"THE RIDE BACK"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"MONSTER FROM THE
OCEAN FLOOR"
GAMBOA v "7:00
Belinda Lee. Michae.1 Brooke
MARGARITA :15 & 7:50
"THE BLACK GLOVE"
P ARAISO -'W 7:00
Ethel Barrymore .'
- V William Bishop
"JOHNNY TROUBLE"
SANTA CRtl2 "'. 7:00
"MOTOR PiTROt" and
"NAKED GUN"'
CAMP BIERD 7:00
u Jack Webb 1
"PETE KELLY'S BLUES"
in Cinemascope fc Color l

ipa
ces
No. 1
states making new laws for their
establishment and operation.
During last year's shooting sea
son on preserves 772,723 pheas
ants, quail, ducks, cnukar part
ndses and other species w e r e
shot. Rineneck pheasant were the
gunners .favorite, and 477,Sd4
were taken. During the 1954-55 sea
son, 248,622 pheasansts were shot.
Bobwhite quail ranked second
in preserve popularity last year
with 151,119 bagged on preserves
as compared to 28,054 in the 1954
55 seasons. Mallards were the
th!rd most".- pomilar game bird
and 113,779 'ducks were killed-' in
simulated pass-shooting in 1957
58. Three years earlier only 65,276
mallards were taken.
Six state conservation depart
ments have assigned personnel to
supervise and study shooting 'pre 'preserves.
serves. 'preserves.
How well, waterfowl gunners
observe the regulations this year
might well determine shooting
seasons in the1 years to come; The
1958 over-all population of water waterfowl
fowl waterfowl in the Atlantic flyway Is at
the lowest point in the last 10
years. The decrease has occurred
in all important species.
The season has been cut Id days
and special limits set for canvas
backs and redheads. "
DONATES VITAMIN PILLS
BOGALUSA, La. (UPI) Coach
Virgil Underwood and druggist
Fuzz Seal think they may have
the answer for the local ; high
school f o o t b a 1 1 team's poor
showing this fall lack of pep.
S, Seal donated 5,000 vitamin
pills free and Underwood began'
passing tnem out to the athletes
Monday. The team has scOrcd
only two touchdowns In Jour
games! but has yielded 107 points'.

Grid

.. Miiiiiiiiiiii '.wy1'

Oklahoma

Team
; By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK (UPI) Auburn
replaced Oklahoma in first place
today in the United Press inter
national major college football
ratings and the other teams in the
top 10 were shoffled like a deck
of cards after suffering some
rude treatment at the hands of
underdog opponents
Nine teams in the select group
advanced or slipped and Purdue
replaced Iowa in the first 10
Auburn had to work hard to
score a 30-8 Saturday triumpn
over Chattanooga, i ranked fourth
is the UPI small college ratings,
but moved from fourth to first
after the other top-ranked powers
also had their troubles with un underdogs
derdogs underdogs last Saturday. The 35
leading coaches who. rate the
teams for UPI gave Coach Ralph
W Shug) Jordan's Auburn cum ll
first-place votes and 272 points.
v Notre Dame Advances
Oklahoma, which had to re
cover a fumhie to set up tne
t&uehdown that tamed upstart
Oregon, 6-0, slipped to second
with- seven first nlace votes and
251 points. Notre Dame advanced
from sixth to third with live
first-place votes and 224 points
after its one toucnaown victory
over Southern Methodist. Army,
which visits Notre Dame this
Saturday, moved from fifth to
fourth with five first place votes
and 214 points. Army blanked
Penn State Saturday, 26-0.
Ohio State struggled to edge
Washington, 12-7, and dropped
from third to fifth with three
first-place votes and 201 points
Wisconsin, an easy winner over
Marquette, moved from seventn
tov sixth with two first-place votes
and 179 points. Michigan State,
held to a 12-12 tie by Michigan,
slipped from second to seventh
with 123 points for the biggest
drop suffered by last week s top-
ranked teams.
Pit Monos Up
Pittsburgh rallied to edge Min
nesota and advanced from ninth
to' eighth with 96- points, Missis
sippi moved from 10th to ninth
with 71 Doints after shutting out
Trinity (Tex.) and xpurdue, an lm-
nressive 24-0 winner over Rice
advanced from lith to 10th with
one first-place vote and 67 points
Clemson headed this week's
second 10 group. Michigan, Navy,
Oregon, ousiana State, Texas,
Houston, Colorado. North Carolina
State, College of-Pacific and Iowa
followed in order. Iowa was
eighth last week but slipped to
a 20th placfe tie with College 'of
ratine aiier oeing peiu 10 u-u
deadlock ,: bv he Air Force
A c a i d e m y,, Texa received t,he
other ficstpiace1 vote.
Each coach selects 10 teams In
the order in which he ranks them
nationally. Points are distributed
on "a 10.9-8-7-654321 basis for
votes fromfirstj'to 10lh place.
T
Whatever
Happened to .
LELAND M. T. STILWELL
Leland Stilwell, at 6-feet-4, was
the first "big center" ever to play
hnskpthnll at tho IIn!vorltv nf Illi.
nois, He'ifarrVd 'In' tHat long ago
era before, the giants really: took
AVer j Winning letters in 1922-23-24.
In his first two sesasons. the rules
stipulated the best foul-shooter on
the team could make all the free
throw attempts for his teammates.
But in his senior vear. the first in
which each player had to shoot
his own foul attempts, t suiweii
poured in the ''Onheard of" total
of i9 points for the season. It
mad? him one of theC great stars
oi "ine oay.
Whatever happened to Leland
Stilwell? He now nractices med
icine at Champaign, 111., and keeps
his hand in athletics by serving
at team 'physician at olluioii. ?

',V Editor: CONRADO SAR5EANT ' v

rh s i Coach
3 v By DON MARTIN '' -u
AUBURN. Ala. (UPI) Coach
Ralph (Shug) Jordan of Auburn's
No,; 1 ranked Tigers admitted? to
day he Is "extremely .'worried
over this.- Sattirday'f game with
Kentucky because pt tne nuua&a nuua&a-loo
loo nuua&a-loo which followed the Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference : clash here last
year.-' .-v ''r"
"We are mighty proud to oe tne
No. 1 team in the United Press In
ternational poll,": laid Jordan,
"but. this means every team we
play 'will be more inspired to de defeat
feat defeat us. Especially j.Kentucky.?
Auburn defeated Kentucky fl-0
last year but Wildcat Coach Blan Blan-ton
ton Blan-ton Collier complained long and
loud for weeks after the game.
Auburn Challenged
The inspired Kentuckians con
fined the bruising power of 'Au
burn for most of the game. It was
not until All-America tackle Lou
Michaels slugged Tiger halfback
Tommv Lorino in the second half
that AuDurn moved into scoring
position. The personal foul penal
ty placed-Auburn on the Wildcat
10 yard line and a minute later
fullback Billy Atkins crunched
over for the only score.
However, Collier said movies of
the -game, showed Auburn's All
America end Jimmy Phillips acT
many puuea Auuns acioss me
goal line. Collier never protested
the touchdown but he complained
about it for the rest of the season.
The fims show Collier was
right," said Jordan, "and they
wm be after us tooth and nail at
Lexington. Ky. Saturday. Ken
tucky is most unhappy with the
results of last year s game."
Jordan Fears Wildcats
Jordan said his scouts "have
CLASSIC LEAGUE
Teams W L
Carta Vieja 12 4
Marlboro 1 12 4
Agewood 7 9
S,eymour Agency x 10
Xieaaing averages: .wuej
Cnihert 203. Balcer 198. -High se
ries Coffey N705.. High game Cof-
ley hi. ( ;.
r. . a al.-ll f
barra vi j marivvr i
With Bill Coffev setting a torrid
pace with the first 700 series of
the season, the Carta Vieja took
the measure of the neretotor
league leaders, Marlboro, B o t h
teams now share the lead. ; i
In the curtain raiser. Carta Vie
ja posted a 1096 game and took
the point easily. With a complete
reversal of form, the jCartaVieja
came up with an 840 .total, but e e-ven
ven e-ven with such i ;low .output they
lost by only 19 sticks, The Rum
Runners recovered their touch and
rolled a modest 999 session, v.
This exhibition of. 2935, pintail.
gave inem nign series ana men
. 1 J Xt.!J
1096 game was the highest tor tne
leaffue. Bill Coffev after four
weeks of rolling, sports a 225 av
erage, and his 705 oversnaooweq,
teammates Ted Meianson's wm.
Carta Vieja
, 221 168
196 155
233 141
189 152
y 257 224
Melanson
214 603
199 550
214 588
148 489
224 705
Samaniego
Sullivan
Vescio
Coffey
Totals
Lane
T. Damlan
Schmidt
Allen
P. Damian
1096 840 999 2935
Marlboro
225 177 163 565
183 146 161 490
214- 179 204 597
199 178 194 571
156 179 201 536
Total's 9l1 857 923 2759;
Saymour Agency T Agawood 3
Seymour Agency broke into the
win column after dropping : 14
noints in a row. This win came in
the nightcap, when they pulled
the game out of fire by 38 pins.
In the second game Seymour were
leading as late as the eighth in inning,
ning, inning, but Agewood applied pres pressure
sure pressure in the ninth and tenth
frames and pulled away by 63.
The two outfits shuffled r their
lineups and the match produced
two 600 series, both being credit credited
ed credited to the anchor men, Ed Kunkel
for Seymour with 606 and Bud
Balcer 627. 1
Next Friday, the. tailenders will
have a chance to balance the
standines, when Agewood tackles
Carta Viela. and resume the rj.
valry between the two masters, of
local, bowling; Bill" Coffey and Btid
Balcer. in the other encounter,
Seymour at the expense of the
Marlboro, will be out to prove
that they are better than their
present records. showsN'
Seymour
Toland
V U57 m 180 520
Soto
Lowahde
Soyster
Kunkel
Totals
, ';"'
Oleichman
.-.'"A 175. 16 154 489
'. 154 174 158 486
' 166. 143 171 480
170 204 .232 606
... i . r h,;:, i'
822 864 895 2581
Agewood -f.V '.'
205 204 18T 596
Fistonich

Aubu

Saturday

Kentucky

t W turn s..-m.. .Ai.. ir.:-" ...

. 1 in nl: (Kltou i4 mn ...kli- ...:l u. t Z

. ., iw ..' pi"
Boyer

Shug Jordan?
1
.:' -ntuickr
n
convinced us that Kentucky not "8
only is a big jteam-iti baekfieU
averages close to -ZOOWbut It- has
poise and confidence,;;;. Z
rHe -said Kentucky ren1 for J
most 400 yards against Mississippi
two weeks ago "but penalties and
fumblea ; hnrteWildcittvt.Tkt'
score Missis sippl' 27, Kentucky
6 just does not indicate how
strong Kentucky is." : ;, i'' e:
Jordan added that, theKentuck.
ians "had last weekend off, 14 get
ready for us and to'evenge the
oisappoinimeOT oi i a s t year't
game." -: ,4'v p..-",-
irk. A !..... I...
- iw .Auuuin lucuwr, wuu nuw
guided the Tisers to th" lnniret
win. tvmn in m aii jAiitr fAAfhaii
at 16 straight, said his trrittv di.
fense" "was not as good al we ex ex-nected
nected ex-nected aeainit Chattunnnps w Tha v

scrappy Moccasins sppnrted for tt

eight first downs as compared
with Auburn'i' seven in -the first
nan last saturaay. two weeks ago
Auburn held Tennessee to a minus

30 yards rushing1 and passing atl

cirmingnam. . .

Moc Ware Threat i A

"But rm pleased with our of- fp

tense," said Jordan, "We ran and -:!T

Ipassed for 370 yards ;and thafc'a -,,

noi a oao aiternoon s work." jf i

But Auburn had to sweat it out.
The Tigers led 6-0 at the end irf iJ

the first half,. 12-8 at ?the clqse fif4

oi me uura quarter, ana men
rolled for three scores in the4 the4-fourth
fourth the4-fourth period to :win' 30-fc against
the fourth ranked .small college t

ii was ine iourtn quarter-snow n
of power which shot Auburn into
(M nliM TTOT

Aa iiiiw in, ure. ytj juu wuii vunp

uKianoma, in-sr last weex, had to
recover ,a fumble to edge'; Oregon
Albritton s
Balcer :
s Totals
92 8215 -857 2MIT
A; wife who made her rt at.
tempt at bowling was sked I by

o-u jbi oawroay. ..?? ..J,- 'zixl

uet nusoana wno was an avid-golf- nt'
er. How did iyou do; -dear? The
y Wed "'WeU atlleast :r
I didn t lose any balls.' ; ; -:
6 1 ARNAV5 MlXEDi-ifAUl"'!-:X',
Mst weMT if t; the Albrook
NCO, club the Arnav, League ron-

oreo uieir Uhampwns;, The Crabs,

wuu oeac me rinspiitters out of
the hamphionsliip by 1 points.
to third place,, only M marker- r
otf the pace were the pot Rods;
The roster of the winning team.
jjs Met Holifield, Herb Hoff, Doe i
Hplifield- and Leon ,Smith.- Ob the-f f
Pmsplittefs, quirtetBean and iLee-VJ
Strode, Dan Koester and Joe ,pa ,pa-loia
loia ,pa-loia while losing the crown, did

Kin ire runnerup tropmesi. s f
Wot ;thit third?piace '6eV!baiu i
who also received tropmes, there
were Mr. and. Mrs. Tom nd Dee
Tbomas, Stan- Strong land Fred
Eptey.; : "..
Jr individual prowess "the M--Iowing
were Jionored: : ; ,,v
Leading Average 'tfalph Tuni 'i

High Series Scratch Leon; Smith t
and Dee Thomas. ; : ,'

High Series with handicanDoue:!"

Johnson and Patricia Carter. -High
Game Sqratcb-Lee Mas Mas-sey
sey Mas-sey and BeaStrode. .t:v; ; .ZLl

Hleh Game with Hand can Mar.

tin Pestano and Laureli Butters, n, v i

t ne Burtons, Ray and Ann, iaVl
tured the MIB award, wjien the?
showed the most improvement 4ft 'i
both the men and women divi. t
sion. .

The final standines (MM

lows Crabs, PinspUtters, Hot "!

koos, saDurs cucarachos, Final :
who finishH' that unnii ffl. i...'""

who finished the season the 5 last
night by taking ell four noints

from the Champs. X ,
The final standings read' as fol X
Drives Hi, Flyers, and the Fours,

SHORTS

h: '-.t;!

THOROUOHBR EDS ON SALE

NEW YORK (UPI -Jt'iit

of 67' thoroughbreds includin.,

Bi-vcai auuwance penormers., arAi a

Belmont Park in the third end.Vj I
final sucUon of the annual twe-n.fi

ui.hvibcb in iraiuius.tnni
Twentv seven jrnnsi nnn hv..

itibmitted thorouglibreda" for gale

aeucuon ,4j v .
bETROtt1 (UPlT Outfielder
Charley .Maxwell of the Detroit".
rier set a mator league ; record
by playing errorless ball through

!, Kames j.qurmg ;and 1958.,
- LOS ANGELES -(UPI) First

Baseman teve Bilko, now wih i

the us Angeles ,Dodgersk is the
only man ever tff win the'Pacifie
Coast League's. 3 Mosb ,. Valuable
riayer award .mora than once,
He won it three time,!, in 1955,

u ntiua wiut, Ui; uw M

i

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'WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1951

TBI PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NKWSPAPEB
PAGE SEVEN

7:
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fCjAftfCS TACKtlNC-Pn Stat defenders put everything ftey had into their worlt, but it
wasn't' enough ai Nebraska rather surprisingly upset the NitUny Lions. -Here five State men,
Including Maurice, Schleicher, Charley Ruslavage and Fran Paolone, atop Max Marts, a
.Gaorte Harshman, 20, and',. John Pjseigo, 68, below in blue jereyi a.ttempt to' block.

Dortelli And Olivar Stop Being

Fathers When Whistle Blows

y.JDHM.MORRiSSBY
krw vnK -i.fNEA') L Deioite
hit fact that their fatheti are i the
Egad lOOtDBU CDHCnrs, uwiUMiiiw a
irk DoneUi and Yale"! .Harry
Poiivar ara -first stringers.. -:
Dick DoneUi quarterDSCKSi ine
IriAn A Harrv Olivar fills the
tight Uckla' apot for the Eis be because
cause because their fathers believe ., they
lire th best men for those posi-
"When I'm on the -bench,
rAk niivr iv. VI don-'t: stop
aa Mnt 'Nnw do I lend my boy
In or someone else.' I send in the
best player. As far as I'm concern
ed, Harrys is just another boy an
the team. I'm Just interested in
how ht:. is doing Us a player."
Buff- Donelll has the same senti?
m"Oncht gets rnithefieid''- Coirch
Donelly say. "I dpnt feel that
I'm looking at imthtt! I'm more
leoncerned with .white he'r-doing.
il never feel any "sense of elation
Dmt detection fV something Dick
has done.
"At first I used to et the-feel-
B!ng to watch him as my son, but
14 Aff while".
ran? may De crpcai oi
or Harry Decaur? ne
coach's kid. They second guess,
wondering if some one else could
have done better. But Puff and
Jordan have never Noticed 'any
resentment toward their toys by
teammates.
"Hirry has some competition,"
fllivtr says, "but nothinsE serious
enoush to knock him out a job.
was forced to use mm more
sn I cared to as a sophomore
t season. I had no one else. I
ad to ask Mm to be a man ahead
f schedule. He's experienced
"I was very happy to see him
iream lurnea
iauses Coach

' By JACK BERRY iwa's Wilson's practice to alternate
.. the, starting assignments, depend depend-DETROIT
DETROIT depend-DETROIT (DPI) A coach's pn? on who looked best in practice
"dream" turned Into a Texas-siied the week before a game:

, nightmare, for George Wilson so he
traaea veteran, quaneroacK jooooy
Layne to the Pittsburgh Steelers
lor Earl Morrall and a high draft
choice for both j.959 and 1960.
- Whin Wilson took over as head
coach of the : Detroit lions last
year, he was presented .with not
j one, but two brilliant quarterbacks
Layne of Texas .and1. Tobiq Rote
of Rice. : '" "' i;'
The one two combination gave
the Lions the strongest ouarter ouarter-hackinc
hackinc ouarter-hackinc in professional football."

, Rote' presence paid off hand

somely when Layne broke his
ankle in the second last, game of
the regular season. '
Rote guided .the Lions to three
straight victories, including, play,
c-ff and title wins. .... v.
, Luster Wart Thin ,
. But 'the lttstef ,f Vaving two
t "Nn. 1" men ,wsf' wearing thin
before' Layne wtfs ,hurti Neither
j liked the idea'-of flaying second
r fiddle. Both Layne and Rote had
became -accustomed to being the
-Me" M(.M. their tito 1 t ; 7
Layne- had pUoted Detroit to
nair of NFL titles and three divi
sions! crowns before Rote came
n the scene. Rote didn't have any
, title dubs at Green Bay. !.; ;
. i During the' 1957 season, Rote
" Went lo Lion President Edwin J.
Anderson with the complaint he
wasnt playing enough,"'
r (Anderson1 admitted there v was
yjction between the two Texans

i 40" no one xnew now much.
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make- tha first squad. He gets
along fine with the other players."
"I've never noticed "that thp
players resent Dick," Donelli
says, because he s my son. t.,
might be some if we had players
who were ms equal ai tjuaiiei
back. Dick and I are very fort
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unate in that tnere is no
competition, for his job.
stiff
"In coaching yocr boy, there is
always the danger of talking to
him as a son. Sometimes this is
good; other times it1 can be dan
gerous. I don't talk to him any
more than I have to. He s a nat
ural player. A better one than I
was."
Willie PepVWife
rrom
OvefdoseOf Pills
HARTFORD,- Conn. (UPlj The
wife1 'of former feathe'rwelght
champion Willie Pep was reported
in 'good condition 'today at a hos-
Irital where she was taken fol fol-owing
owing fol-owing what police called an over overdose
dose overdose of sleeping pills.
Mrs.! Patricia Papaleo, 24, collapsed-in
the hallway of her third
floor apartment Monday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, police said. She was found
bv her sister-in-law, Mrs. Francis
Nevlco and., taken to Hartford
Hospital.' Pep's real name is Pap Papaleo.
aleo. Papaleo. ; ,
4 Police quoted Mrs. Papaleo as
saying she took the pills because
she was despondent.
Pen arrived at his home aboutl
the time hjs wife was being taken
to the JiospitaJ.
El I
into mgntmare

To Trade Layne

Cheoies Yeung'er 'Rote
"They got along fine, onenlv."
Anderson said. "But they just
have been some resentment. No
one knows how wide the breach
was because they never discussed
it." 1
Wilson said he picked Rote to
stay because he's two years youns-
er than Layne who will be 33 in
.December. He said it was a "hard
decision because I'm the one who
EOt Bo McMillan to set Bohbv and
he's always been a close friend.,"
"I think "Bobhv .'"will 'do a 'mat
job at Pittsburgh, he's one of the
greatest," .Wilson said. Layne. is
in his Uth season in the NFL.
.The. trade was met with mixed
emotion for both Wilson and An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. It was on Layne's shoul
ders the Lions rose to the top. "it
was a decision that' just had to be
made though, Wilson said;
BRITAIN RULED FAVORITE
ST.. ANDREWS. Scotland (UP!)
1 Based on practice scores. Brit
ain ruled, a slight favorite over
the United States today on the
eve of the World Amateur golf
team cnampionsnip. Twenty-seven
other, nations also will be repre represented
sented represented in the' four-day competition
starting Wednesday over the
rugged old course at St. Andrews.
but it. still shaped up as a close
matcn between the yanks and
ose plv" presenting the
tl
ur'nome countries.

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"Buff has to talk to his hoy
more than I talk to mine because
they play different positions,"
Olivar points out. "All I do be before
fore before a game is wish Harry luck.
You have to divide the father
from the coach.
"If I happen to see him on the
.itramers table, ra ask him how
he is feeling and how he is doing
witn his studies. I ask the other
players the same things."
What doe a eaieh and hix inn
talk about when they re home?
"Dick lives on the campus.
Donelli explains. "But when he's
around the house we talk about
our next opponent. Well dis
cus what we should do in the
next game and things like that."
"Harry lives on the campus,
too" Olivar explains. "I'm only
at Yale three moths, so I rarely
see him. Sometimes when he and
some of the fellows have dates on
a week-end their girls stay at our
house. The boys usually just come
in and pick up the girls.
"I guess it's cheaper," Jordan
Olivar laughs, "leaving the girls
here."
Along The Fairways
WOMEN'S ISTHMIAN CHAM CHAM-,,PIONSHIP
,,PIONSHIP CHAM-,,PIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
MOVES TO FINALS
The semi-finals of the Women's
Isthmian Championship Golf tourn tournament
ament tournament were completed last week
end at the Brazos Brook Golf and
Country Club. Results are as fol follows:
lows: follows:
Chimplomhlp Flight:
The defending champion. Ethel
Perantie, won over Bev Dilfer. in
a match that was even at the end
of 16 holes. Bev losing the 17th
was then three down with one to
olay. Cleo Burns won over Pearl
Trim and will meet Ethel this
week in the finals of the most im
portant Women's golf tourna.nent
neia on tne isthmus.
First Flfoht:
Toiiise Jones won' over Eve
Wright, and Maggie Dalton won ov-
w Dottie La'Croix.i Louise and
Maggie will battle this one out on
Saturday, and since this is a no no-handicap
handicap no-handicap tournament, You Know
Who will probably win.
Stcond Fight:
Fran Twomey won over Betty
Hennon. Despite Betty's powerful
wood game, Fran' steady play
won 2 and 1. Fran will meet Nel Nel-l'p
l'p Nel-l'p Whitney who won over Mrs.
Wilder.
Third Flight:
Velda Sharpe was victorious ov
er Polly Zon and will play Ruth
fir.il . t. 1
waiiace in me iinais.
Play must be completed bv Sun
day. Oct 12 official tee off time is
9 a.m. Sunday.
Put this note on your calendar
oaa: Next FWttA at Summit, Oct
18.
OFFICIAL BALL
OF BIG LEAGUERS
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In a busy week end of feotbalL

the Balboa Bulldogs meet the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club Rams at T:00 p.m. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in what could prove to be
the-outstanding game of the 1958
season; ;
' The Athletie Club running; from
the single wing formation, will dis
play; the talents of many former
BHa and CHS greats. Jack Corn
can. Carl Turtle. Joe Cicero. Bob
Morris, Lou Tabor, Bob Fearon,!
Jim Fulton and Tony Dyer. Wi i
this extra week of practice and
conditioning the Rams could prove
to be a very large thorn in the
paw of the Bulldog. ;
The Bulldogs will be at full
strength for the first time since
the Red-White Intersquad game.
The return of Morgan Schoch,
Dick Scott, John' Morriii Jim
Price and Torn Cunningham again
give the Bulldogs full defensive
and reserve strength.
In last year's, encounters Balboa
lost their first game to the Rams
7-6 and won the second game 7-6.!
This year should also proye- a ve very
ry very close contest as it has in the
past. The biggest prohlWP facing
the Bulldog squad is a possible
let down after winning the. 1958
Jamboree. If the coaching' staff
can keep the Bulldog sauad uo for
this game, they should rate a 7
point favorite.
When playing the Athletic Club
anything can happen and usually
does for many new plays and sur
prising performances by individual
players usually makes this game
one of the outstanding of the sea
son.
Starting lineups for Thursday's
game:
No. BHS Wefeht
44 G. Ness, fn 175
24 G. French, hb 160
35 P. Cage, hb 170
15 J. Reynolds, qb 160
81 T. Cunningham, 170
70 J. Snodgrass, t 125
60 P. Corrigan, g 160
73 M. Schoch, e 185
82 C. Rentz, g 185
71 T. Womble, t 180
84 D. Adams, 170
Ne. AC Waieht
19 B. Morris, fb 1 185
25 C. Turtle, hb 165
10 J. Cicero, hb 135
26 J. Corrigan, qb 185
12 R. Linares, e 160
25 J. Fultott, t 185
27 B. Fearon, g : ' 180
29 T. Dyer .c ' 190
23 K. Fulleton, g 160
24 L. Tabor, t V- :':i 185
9 J. Coffey, e 165
-i: Um'-l.
Playground Sports
6AMB0A POOL
The Gamboa swimming pool is
being repainted ana has been cms
ed from Oct. 6. until further notice
All swimming classes; are cancel
ed until pool reopens. There will
be no change in the elass schedule
when the pool is in operation a
Class 'Schedule
Tuesdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Be Beginner
ginner Beginner Class,
Wednesdays from J to 4 p.m.
Irrmediate Class.
Thursday from S to 4 p.m.
Swimmer Class.
Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. Junior
Life Saving or Advanced Class.
Wed. and Fri. from 10:30 to 11:-
30 a.m. Adult Class.
GAMBOA POOL AND GYM
Activities Schedule
The days, events and time sche-
ule of the activities follow:
Monday Adult Tenmsx 7-9 a.m.
Elementary Football 4-5 p.m.; A A-dult
dult A-dult night in gym, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Tuesday Adult Tenmsx, 7-9
a.m. Kindergarten swimming 10:
30-11:30 a.m. Beginner Swimming
Classes 3-4 p.m. Elementary Foot
ball 4-5 p.m. v
Wednesday Abult Tenmsx, 7-9
a.m. Adult Swimming Classes 10:
3011:30 a.m.' Intermediate Swim
ming Classes 3-4 p.m. Elementa
ry Football 4-5 p..
Thursday Adult Tenmsx. 7-9
a.m. Kindergarten Swimming 10
3011:30 a.m. Swimmers Class
3-4 p.m. Elementary Football 4-5
p.m.
Friday Adult Tenmsx, 7-1 a.m
Adult Swimming Classes 10:30
11:30 a.m. Elementary Football J-
4 p.m.
junior life Saving or Adance
Swim mine 4-5 p.m.
Saturday Playground Activities
9-12 a.m.
Daily Swimming Pool open
from 9:30-5:30.
xThis event not supervised.
x 'Effective when gym reopens.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
Shotgunning as usual took pace
at the Cristobal Gun Club on
Wednesday afternoon and Sunday
morning of the past week, a hand hand-full
full hand-full of new shooters struggling to
catch up with the speedy clay pig pigeons,
eons, pigeons, and the regulars struggling
equally to maintain or better their
averages.
With good weather and good
targets, interest mainly centered
on the sociable Skeet rounds but
no scores over 23 appeared, R, C.
Casanova, "Buck" La stinger, Jo
Kueter (.410), W, J. Schexnayder
(20 ga.)( and W.;W. Rowland aU
performing at that level. Down
one notch to 22 were Walter John Johnston
ston Johnston and "Nobby" Keller, while
Geo. Lopp, t Cliff Hayward and
F. Chollar could only claim 21.
'Only four experienced Trap
bands contended, with these re results:
sults: results: Casanoza, 24; Bill Brandl,
20; Lee B. Carr, 20. Walter John John-stdn
stdn John-stdn shot a . mysteriously low
score, discovering too late that
he'd shot part of the ckoke out of
the end of his barrel.
'Next session, of blunderbussing
will follow the estSblished sched schedule.
ule. schedule. every Wednesday at 4:30 o.m..
continuing until the light fails.

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

The only ? jockey suspended i
over the weekend was OsCar
Bravo who was. penalized with
six meets for repeatedly chang changing
ing changing his course and crossing
King's Park and Hostlgador with
Bacancito to. Sunday's tenth
race. Bravo, earlier had been
fined $5 for dopplng his whip
while riding in Saturday' sev
enth race. .
Native, thoroughorea Biaerai,
J a..
wnicn once more reiusea at uie
start, was suspended indefinite
ly by the stewaras wno seni mis,
ca.se to the' Panama Gambling
Control Board for a final ruling.
curale was scratched ana sus-
nended for 15 days by the teter-1
lnartan when It was discovered
that he -was lame. . .Prlncesa
Vanldad and Horaclo were also
acratched 'and placed under tne
care of the vet. v w
, , -oOo.
Braulio Baeta's riding was
the big story of.the weekend
at the racetrack. This brilliant
and honest professional won
11 of the 22 races run on the
two days. He captured four on
Saturday and a record-break -Ina-
seven on Sunday.
Braulio. who won 92 races
durine the first semester al
thoueh being unable to ride the
last six meeu because oi a oaa
fall, has already won 96 in this
half and seems a cinch to Im
prove his own record or 105 win winners
ners winners for a semester.
His 188 winners for the year Is
also a record which he betters
every time he rides another
horse home first. At the rate he
is going, he could easily attain
the once "impossible- ngure oi
250 for this year.
- ,t C 0 "POO-"
The Jurado-Fernandez Im Importing
porting Importing firm this week received
two more British thoroughbreds.
They are the three-year-old fil filly
ly filly and col); Sunsque and Man Man-lart.
lart. Man-lart. Sunsque Is a bay daughter
of Solonowav-Lorlmer. Maniart
is a son of Fine Art II-Manl-gance.
.. , ... ;r
. oOo
Hard luck story of the year at
the track is that of Rose Of The
World. This very speedy, Irish
mare lost her sweat (not an .un .uncommon
common .uncommon haDDenlna In a tropi
cal climate) several days after
arrival on the isthmus, sne sui sui-fered
fered sui-fered from this illness for 11
rftonths, up until three weeks a-
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Tiger
By TRIVOR SIMONS
Tt is believed that, after the fi
nal tabulations are all in, the 1958
rnnthall Jamboree will have set a
record for naid attendance. The
overflow student attendance, wnicn
will never be tabulated, can be
termed a record; the Balboa and
Junior College following from tne
Pacific S de was so great tnat me
nld tvstem of attaching a few ex
tra cars to the regular evening
train had to be discarded in favor
of a "Football Special".
It is obvious now. as it has neen
for more than a couple oi years,
that the Football Jamboree, a bane
Palumbo brainchild, is the most
popular single event in the inter inter-scholastic
scholastic inter-scholastic schedule. Inasmuch ai
Cristobal depends upon the powers
that be in Balboa, it. is hoped that
they will see the problem of seat
ing and provide tne lgers wun
what is clearly required to make
the Jamboree a loo percent suc
cess.-
The Bulldofs went home with
fourth Jamboree win in 9 yean
and their third in the last four
years. Their superb backfield stand
a good chance of making all-Canal
Zone intact. The Bulldogs are
favored to cop the 1958 title and
their future looks pretty secure
with the likes of another French,
Worden annd another Ness. Dick,
showing signs of following in bro brothers
thers brothers Charlie and Gary's footsteps.
Both hovs aot into the frav during
their final ouarter of the Jamboree
and performed like anything but
freshmen.
But the Crisfobal Tigers are not
going to sit still and watch Balboa
walk off with another grid title.
Their answer to Balboa's reserve
power is pin-point conditioning. The
Tieeri, realizing that they wiu ne
called upon to bear the brunt of a
two-platoon Bulldog rleven without
an excess of reserve strength, jre
lak'hf to grueling work-outs like
a fish takes to water and show
tiovn good endurance as a result
of them.
Mr. Big in the Cristobal lne Is;'
co-captain Russ Favorite, probably
vi oniv tri one Jan wno ever
made the AH-C.Z. squad while sit sitting
ting sitting out a knee injurv. Favorite is
stronger and better than 'ever. And
r"-'v "nice slaving the oooosite
tackle from FavoTite has learned
well what to do with his 195 pound
frsme. L
Cristobal's No. 1 backfield is (til
Cotton, Humphrey.- Kulig and Bow Bowman
man Bowman and this- foursome gave Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal adequate drive and speed.
George Cotton seems to have solv solved
ed solved Coach Ingram's early work-euts
problem of searching for a good
punter. Jim Wi'l made a good ec
count of himself, in the Jamboree,
intercepting one pass and showing
well as a blocking back.
:; Cristobal's three man battle for
an end position still rages on with
Crooks and Hugo Tompkins row
leading the way and if guards Pet Peterson
erson Peterson and Woodruff fee that they
have their positions nailed down,
they'd better watch closely as

go when she was pronounced

cured after special treatment by
well-known trainer Oscar Gra Gratis,
tis, Gratis, who has also had recent
success in this line with other
horses, veterinarian examina
tion of the mare showed heart
condition normal, respiratory
action perfect.
So, in top condition for the
first time, Rose Of The World
left her air-conditioned stall
Saturday for the races. Jsweat-
ing beautifully. She was off on
top and opened up a wide lead
while under ,a stout pull and
most likely would have been an
easy winner. Except that three
furlongs from home in the seven
furlong race she bowed a ten
don, and then finished third In
a good fourth series field. But
she win never race again.
Her owner, Robert Lawler. is
selling her for breeding. One
of the finest pedigrees of any
maie ever Imported to Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, she is by the famous Pink
Flower out of Gloria Mundl. by
the equally-famed speedster
Goldbridge.
oOo
Romancero's victory In the
$3,000 added Arturo Delvalle
Classic was his tenth of the
year. The big chestnut son of
Keyhaven-Jam Roll Is tied In
this department with the hard hard-running
running hard-running Argentine horse Hostl Hostlgador.
gador. Hostlgador. oOo
The saliva and urine tests on
all of Saturday's winners proved
to be negative, according to a
reliable source. The results of
the tests on Sunday's winners
were not available.
Speaking of the tests, any
trainer found responsible for
doping a racer will be suspended
for six months and barred from
the premises of the racetrack.
He will pet one year off for a
second offense and will be set
down Indefinitely If proven guil guilty
ty guilty a third time.
The establishment of the
saliva tests Is another triumph
for manager Pablo ArOseihena
(Papl) Thayer. 1
oOo
Beginning this week, horses at
the local oval will have to be
worked out between 5:30 a.m.
and 11 a.m. After these hours,
both the workout oval and the
main racing strip will be closed
' ""'
Rags
Brian Lutz, only a freshman and
Richard Jones continue to show
marked improvement. Lutz in par
ticular is a natural athlete, Watch
ing this youngster in action one
can hardly believe that this is his
first attempt at football.
AH football action this week is
on the Pacific Side. Balboa High
takes on the Athletic Club tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at 7 o'clock andon Fri
day night the Tigers entrain to Bal
boa to meet C.Z. Jr. College in
the first interscholastic contest of
1)58. The Bulldogs, better condi conditioned
tioned conditioned and ready for taction are
favored over the A.C. and C.H.S.
are picked to down Jr. College by
a pair of touchdowns. There is no
remedy in sight for Coach Brown's
problems of not enough gird
talent.

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The second illustrated lecture in
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evening at 7 30. The subject will
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early Christinas.
The speaker will be Chaplain
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Chaplain Ettershank has been
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FOR RENT: Furnished end un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
50.00 furnished apartments.
North American neighbors, yard,
parking frecuently transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, 2-3343 3-0471.
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, t to
12 noon.
LIMITED .NUMBER ONLY
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS
Completely furnished, air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, utilities included, maid
and hotel service. Apply; Lobby
Hotel Tropicana 8:00 II :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 include all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Inquire at Arte y De De-ceracioin,
ceracioin, De-ceracioin, Ediffcio Campo Ale Ale-gre
gre Ale-gre across front El Panama Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Tel. 3-7325.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments. In recently build
house, furnished or unfurnished.
Via Fernandas de Cordova 15
across Commercial Center Tel.
2-2883.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including refrigerator. Til Tiled.
ed. Tiled. Screened. $55.00. House
112 Via Balisario Porraa near
Roosevelt Theatre. Good vicinity.
Testimonial Dinner
In Cristobal Given
For Union Officers
The Cristobal Union itaH- -of Lo-
the scene "of' a testimonial dinner
Saturday honoring the officers of
the local. The event was presnt presnt-ed
ed presnt-ed by the recreation committee o!
the Atlantic region under the
chairmanship of Constantine Park Parkinson.
inson. Parkinson. Officers honored Includes Wil
liam H Sinclair, international re representative:
presentative: representative: Harold W, Rerrie,
chairman; Santiago Graham, re recording
cording recording secretary; William G. Mil Mil-lett,
lett, Mil-lett, financial secretary-treasurer;
Purcell Gilmore, director or orga organization;
nization; organization; Roland Dean, organizer;
Harold W. Williams, legislative re representative;
presentative; representative; Peter Alexis, chair chairman
man chairman of the Atlantic region; Ru
pert Phillips, chairman of the Pa
cific region: lieorge A. tiowiana
mittee: Florence Thomas, secre
tary of the Atlantic Stewards
Council; Constantine Parkinson,
recreation committee, M. A. Wil Wilkinson,
kinson, Wilkinson, secretary of the Pacific
region- Samuel Blenman, chapter
steward of the Pacific region;
and Mrs. Anacia McNish, chair
man of the Woman's Auxiliary
J. E. Quinlan of Rainbow Ciiy
was in eharge f the short pro program
gram program which preceded the dinner.
Nearly sixty persons attended.
Field Day Croup
Plans Canal Trip
For Veterans Day
The Camp Bierd Field Day
Committee will sponsor an' excur excursion
sion excursion from Gatun to Balboa through
the Panma Canal on Veterans'
Day, Nov. 11. The ferryboat is
scheduled to leave Gatun at 9 a.m.
to make the transit.
The committee, which has spon sponsored
sored sponsored various activities in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zon through the years, in includes
cludes includes P. Ellis, R. Springer, H.
Gran and E. Franklin, all of
Rainbow City; C. Sp-inger and A.
Shov of Color; and W. DcSouza
of Panama City. Further informa information
tion information in vi be obtained from these
commit.ee members
REGATTA
YACHT PAINT
for your boat
at
Mauricio
Across El Panama Hilton
CALIDONIA

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OTJB

INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONE5 No. I Lottery plaza 0 CAB AUH tmnsi Ave. 4 a uiuuics rniinmii i" "'"u"'" "I 7...,
BARDO No. WW Street MOBR180Jv-4Ui of July Avev A J St. LEWIS S ERVICI Ave.. TlveH No. 4 'AfMACIA tSTADOS DNIDO-lf Central Ave.
FARMAC1A LUX-1S4 Central Avemie HOUSEHOLD EXCHANCE-J. Feo. do U Oesa Ave; No. 4r JOTO DOMY-Jmw .f,. jd tt. a
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS M Sintt No. S3 fARMACIA EL BATUBRO Parq 0 Lefovre 1 Street FARMACU "SAB" Via FORRAS 111 NOVEDADES
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICE: lSth Street and Ansador Geerrere Mo. V,;,,..-., V

Automobiles
FOR SALE: Oldjmobile 1950,
four door aedan, R&H 350 Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 283.
FOR SALE j 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,
wiw., owner driven. $1500.00,
$500.00 down. See at House Household
hold Household Exchange, 41 Automobile
Row.
FOR SALE: 1951 Panel' Truck
1 Ton. Excellent condition. Good
tires, new. paint $800.00. Call
3-1912..
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Imapla, V Midget Racer, Black
& Decker Valve Seat Grinder,
Call Panama 3-4955 after 4:00.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury,
Montdair, convertible, full pow power,
er, power, white sidewalls, white with
black top, duty paid, original
owner, can be financed, call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-H04 for appointment,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Country
sedan station wagon, 4 door, 8
cylinder with air conditioning.
Call Gamboa 6-358, Fordomatic
transmission.

DeGaulle G over nmenf Sets
November Election Dates

PARTS 'TTPTIPrpmier Charles'
de Gaulle's government yesterday
set Nov. 23 and 30 for general
election s lor a liew parliament
and cnattged the.eiection laws to
reduce the number .of Communist
deputies antf. splinter parties.
The government also set Dec. 14
and 21 for the Fifth Republic's
first presidential election, which is
expected to result in a victory for
De Gaulle An electoral college
chosen from regional assemblies
will elect the president.
IlnHor tho new lprt.iotl law. the
Parliament will have 415 deputies
instead of the.oresent 595. Ballot
ing will be held on a "uni-nomi-nal"
basu, which will permit vot
ers to choose only one deputy.
They now rote for a list of candi candidates.
dates. candidates. TYim nratant nrnnrvrtirtnal rpDre-
sentation-, system permits each of
j)rance;s 13 ponucai parties do put
up several candidates in every
electoral district. The new law

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. BRIG. GEN. GEORGE F. SCHLATTER, assistant chief of
Staff for Operations, Caribbean Command, and president of
Canal Zone Council 801. Bov Scouts of America, addresses
the Cub' Scout leaders at the 1958 "Pow Wow" held at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook AFB. Charles Wldell. chairman of the training com committee
mittee committee for Council 801 Is on the General's rlcht.

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
In new modern commercial building (no residential
apartments). Air conditioning; available. Janitor and
Night Watchman Services Central location, half halfway
way halfway between new banks, government buildings and
Hotel El Panama. Directly on 11 public transporta transportation
tion transportation routes. Ample private, covered parking facilities.
Up to 2500 Sq. Ft. available in one area, or smaller smaller-offices.
offices. smaller-offices. Contact Mr. de Lima "ELGA" Electric
Distributors, Inc. Tel. 3-1650, Panama.

SGENTS OK OTJB OPPICM AT ISSTH
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodroma
Urbanization, across the Reman
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel: 3-2567,
FOR SALE: turg.in. Modem
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, garden, terraces, El Coca.
Ocean view, payment arranged
3-6059, setter Aurelio.
PERSONALS
Herman Foster, please contact
Agendas Otis McAllister, where
there is something of interest
to you.
WANTED
WANTED: Dutch couple with
two children wishes to rent 3-
bedroom chalet, furnished er un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished with maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, garden, good neighborhood.
Responsible firm will guarantea
rental contract. Make offers at
telephone 2-3120, office hours.
reduces the size of the districts
but sets a maximum of two depu deputies
ties deputies from each district.
Candidates who do not receive
at least 5 per cent of the votes
east in their district will be torced
to pay a fine.,
The Communist Party benefitted
by the old law and had 149 depu deputies,
ties, deputies, raws than any other party, in
the last National Assembly. The
new 3ystem also was expected to
reduce .the number of splinter par parties
ties parties and produce instead, three or
lour major groupings i
The cabinet deemed n"ne new
election measures in a meeting
that lasted more than two hours.
It also decided on one electoral
law for metropolitan France and
another for Algeria. However, de details
tails details of the Algerian system were
not announced immediately.
De Gaulle promised in a speech
at Constantine. Algeria, last week
that Moslem deputies would be in-
ciuaea in in new rauunai m
sembly.

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10 Pound1 capacity
Floor Samples
Regular $289.95
Sal Prii $229.00
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8 pound capacity
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Regular $319.9$
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Sudsomatic and
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Sal Price $227.00
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SEARS ROEBUCK, I.A.
FOR SALE i A living ream suit
and a couch heuic, 2264-B, Car
St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Gas stove. d
condition, phon Panama l-5079t
FOR $ALE:-Mnglj( ut,rnati
washer, recently converted 60
cycle, 65 dollars, telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2747.
FOR SALE: Baby basket and
crib and mattress and gates. Call
Balboa 2-2482.
FOR SALE: Bargains, new Ken Kenmore
more Kenmore dryer, $80. Large Frigi Frigi-dair
dair Frigi-dair $75, Electric stove $400.
Windmill $150, call 3-6059.
FOR SALE: Carved Chines
-chest, silver chest, crib and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, stroller Venetian blinds,
misc. items, 6414 Los Ries, C.
Z. Phone 2-3182, after 4 p.m.
Alfonso While Weds
Miss Euphemia Telva
At Baptist Church
On Saturday morning, a lovely
wedding was solemnized at the
First Is tli mi an Baptist Church by
the Rev. Scarlett, uniting Mr. Al Al-fonse
fonse Al-fonse White and Miss Cuphemia
Telvas in holy wedlock.
Miss Sylvia Dean, sister of the
bridegroom was the maid of honor
and Mr. Guy Alexander was the
bestmaa.
The bride's dress was designed
by Miss Lillian Richards, mother
of the groom. The bridal cake was
amde and decorated by Mrs. Mi Miriam
riam Miriam Rianford. Mr. Cyril Davis,
God-fahter of the groom acted as
master of ceremonies at the recep reception,
tion, reception, where a picture was taken
Dy Mr. Edwin Ward.
The guests present included: Nr,
and Mrs. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Si Simon
mon Simon Yob'na, Jr., Mrs. Julia Alex
ander, Mrs. Adella Gayle, Mrs. Mi
dan Rianford, Misses Mildred
Payne, Yolanda Watson, sylvia
Dean, Joyce and Barbara Alexand
er, Marcu Russell, Barbara Whit
Grace Merchant and Messrs. Cyril
Davis, Wildred Girffiths, Wilfred
Daley, Orlando and Guillarmo Grif
fiths and Wendell White.
This Pipe Tobacco
Not Healthy, Says
English Testimony
PORTSMOUTH, England tUPI)
Doclots who blame diseases on
cigarettes might look at the pipe
iobacso Frederick McMahon had
on hand.
Testimony in court Monday
showed pipe tobacco told in Me Me-Mahon's
Mahon's Me-Mahon's cifar store contained
stained paper, metal foil, burned
tnhapiM and flirt. .'. '.'
McMahon was -fined $70 for
possessing tobacco containing tub
stances not authorized by cus customs.
toms. customs. He said he made the to tobacco
bacco tobacco by s t r i p p i g down
cigarettes that- had been In his

Miscellaneous

FOR' SALE: English taddl.
perfect condition; girl' bicycle,
fair condition; Sandali 81 -has
ccardien with case, perfect con condition..
dition.. condition.. H v 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Plan, Upright,
xcellmt-rone, good condition.
$J 00. 2-2673 after 5:00.
0774-B Williamson PI., Balboa.
Wanted Position
Accountant bilingual clerk wide
xprlnc, including airlin. Sev Several
eral Several years service with foreign
concerns, capable of taking
charge of correspondence and of office
fice office management seeks employ employment
ment employment with reliable firm. Will,
produce A-l references bo
4896 Panama.
JOBLESS INCREASES
LONDON tUPI) Unemploy
ment in Britain jumped 30,000 to
476,000 between Aug. 11 and Sept.
15, the Labor Ministry announced
today. The total included 60,000
temporaruyv unemployed.

Latin American Summer Recreation Group

To Participate
The canal zone summer Kecrea
tiin Program. Latin American
Communities, is one of the 17 agen agencies
cies agencies Which will participate in the
annual United Fund campaign
scheduled to begin Monday, ac according
cording according to the United Fund publi publicity
city publicity committee.
The Canat Zone summer Kearea-
tion program is supervised by a
board of officers whose titles are:
president, vice president, and se
cretary-treasurer. The -board has
two members for each of the fol-
lwing Latin American communi
ties: Pedro Miguel, Faraiso, San Santa
ta Santa Cruz and Rainbow Citv
The purpose of the organization
is to assist in decreasing juvenile
delmuency by attempting to. keep
youngsters jducj uuring uieir vata vata-tion
tion vata-tion period each year. While the
program vanes sugnuy in uuko, w
the Latin "American communities
in the 'nai Zone; it is generally
divided Inta two- sections which
are entitled: athletict and handi-
craft.
Athietics are suoervised by the
schools division and handicraft is
conducted by a group of volunteer
teachers who are trained in a va
riety of crafts. Assisting thet eacn
ers are others volunteer workers
including mothers, fathers, sisters
and brothers, and neiehbors.
Classes tie held five days a week
in each community. Subjets taught
in the handicraft Section include:
Quste Unquote
WASHINGTON Associate Jus
tice Felix Frankfurter of the U. S.
Supreme Court in denouncing Ar
kansas officials for maintaining in integration
tegration integration of schools in little Rock
would set off violence:
"Violent resistance to law cannot
be made a legal reason for its
suspension without loosening the
fabric of our society. What could
this mean but to acknowledge that
disorder under the aegis of a state
has moral superiority over the
Constitution."
FRIEDBERG, Germany A U:S.
Army spokesman on the assign
ment of singer Elvis Presley as a
"scout" jeep driver:
"The assignment of scout jeep
driver is given to soldiers of above
normal capability."
NEW YORK-Milwaukee Braves
Manager Fred Haney on Monday's
loss to the New York Yankees:
"They kicked hell out of lis. How
c -Id we win If we couldn't
score?" I
Club Allamira Plans
Big Halloween Hop
For Coming Veek
As ls final fund-raising- activity
for 1958, Club Altamira will hold
a "Big Halloween Hop" on Oc October
tober October IS at the Balneario Balboa
in Juan Diss.
According to a spokesman for
the group, noisemakers ana oiner
surariKi will be distributed amo
the guests There will be spejcial
rpues curing we aance, nu cuw
ful attire and soookv decorations
will make it a real Halloween af
fair. ...
Music for the occasion will be
furnished by Willie Moro and his
Orchestra.

For the Best
in new and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

SERVICES

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Y get services the earn day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phon
2-1905 TivoH Avenue 18-20.
Complete, lasting : Npaira. All
make of TV, Hi-Fi, transmirtcrt.
Ellis Williams and '" Shirley
2-5113.
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Zone. No pick up and delivery
charges, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00,
P.M..V,'. Saturdyie sejiOO F M,
PH.. 3-7607. ;
InSJJnited
sewing,! erochetiveteelcraRieit-'
craft. strineiBKo of rhinestones and
beads, glass etching, block printi
moldine. textile craft, basket weav-r
dng, painting of bateas, and china
and finger painting. MemDer.s ot
the class also make small items
from wood. cord, pyro lace, and
leainer.
Outdoo activities include trips
U. the jJtainbow ? City -swimming
pool,, square! dancing, .tennis, -and
ouungs to oiner uana.oneuwiis.
A 'coordinator in the Canal Zone.
Summer Recreation program trai
volunteer voriteja m aaaiuon o
working withnimunity ehiar-
men in developing the annual pro
gram. v f 'A'rii
Thn coordinator surctiasfii an mi
lejriaMwhicb are avatal teeall
m. -adaition to ordering auppues
frnni iUm TTnitoil Cirar
' Maferiais and supplies purcha-
Yesterday's Slocks
Take Sharp Upturn
In New York MMet
NF.W YORK fUPI) Stocks
turned sharply higher and active
late m the dav scrossine into un
charged regions- fop the seventh
time in tne, jaw, eignt sessions,..

A" m?VmZ?Z2Zmmr Motors

si 4nn.nnn.ono
tinrt. andln tn oast eieht trading
days has increased taiue, byl6.l
Ttehind th advance nas Deen

bullish econorr jews;and-theJ

easing oi ven r ia re'i
American Motors' led the 'merke'
in activity rising more n"
mint on volume of 118.000 Shares
This company has had the benefit
of mushrooming sales ot ns nam nam-bier
bier nam-bier car and sharply higher earn
fn0o ..-.'i'
The ?econd most actively traded
issue was Studebaker Packard
which adder! a laree fraction.
In the "bie three" auta stocks
Chrysler was the star with a, gain
of nearlv Z points. General Mo Motors
tors Motors added large fraction ; while
Ford yieldeo a mite.
High-priced IBM was the -main
sprinter of ,the day, up 26V4.The
high-flying icoppers. which ia the
past two sessions have been the
main market leaders, were : sub-
iprted tn brof It-taking but they
came &acfc smartly from .their
10WS. vwy ..
Anaonnrlj -closed UD a Point,
Kennecott was higher by a small
fraction. Magma, which has add
ed a nnintt in the nast two ses
sions, was off H, but up a point
from us low. .
Du Pont and Union Carbide led
the chemicals higher. !The former
was nip more than z, white we ia
ter added nearly 1.
Fansl and Youngstown were
the stars in the steel group, add-
inp more than 2 noints 'Cach.
Southern Pacific gained a point in
the rails.
Pittston was up nearly s on
rumorit later denied, that Esso
had offered to buv its fuel oil dig
tributing subsidiary New York
City. V
VnliimA matched Mondav's S.-
570,000 shares., H6wevr,- traiing
feu rjeiow Jrionaay s pace injure
first five hours and made; it" all
back In the last half hour which
saw T7o rni(i shares chans hands.
Of the 144 shares 'rraded.i 508
1.,.nn jci AmnKnitA end vn
461 declined and, 277
nged., New highs were
and new lows by 4
.a-hvvv;;
mA 1 1 11 V. I A ( 1U1 WWAUVU
held unchanged
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"WANTED Efficient female
bookkeeper with xpriM and
good rafarences. Intarviawt franm

2 t 3 p.m. Irving Zapp Ce., SJk,
a National Ave fin floor.
; Wanted young cuntant m
CT.A. not elder than 30 veare.
BesidM accounting training meat
be bilingual and experience la
correspondence. Good future ia
a wll astablished eompany.
Please writ re ego, xprinc,
personal references and plctur
t P.O. Bo 4247, Panama City.
Miscellaneous'
k ALCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS'
DRAWER "A" DIABLO V
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL, CJt
fHONE BALBOA 1709
hs
Professor, graduate f University
of California, Mi A. dgre-'frent
Oxford, secures xcllent results.
tutoring conege and college pr pr-paratory
paratory pr-paratory aubjects. Phon Paume
2-1541, Mr. Francis Fildr.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Pogfi
master General Arthur E. Sura'
menieia proposed this week a 17 17-per
per 17-per cent- increase in f ourth-clas
parcel 'posliand cataloi, ratea'tt
put the service on a paying basis
Campaign
edk by the coordinator are disM
buted lay the on anitation to aar4
ticipatmg communities for we Ml
yolunteer workers. ;-t:ji,VTp
Approximately 45 volunteer werr i

ers contribute over 9,000 hours oi l

wwk to inia program annually. ; y

money collected in the annual fune

drive is als used to nay travel

expenses- ior gne Doara membenj
-andthe;Csraiator.. .' 'ytsftl

au tBkiren elementary eetteol

reawif in xim America!
comfttttnltjiesiln the Canal Zone ari
eugimrt participate ia thia i
BframLi.'...
The eampaign goal for the Cm!
ne uniiea nvna m Us,0M.
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STOCK PRICES

jmoRx Oct. (upi) J
Stocks advanced on mnderetatlv eei;

uve trading ioaay. t
" The small rise lifter! Inrliifi4
Into record high territory and r 1
into new high ground for more:th
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f British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chance Vought
Chicago Gt West
Chrysler
Coastal Caribe
Creole. Pet
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
Daystrom
DuPont
, ElPasfTNat Gat .
f;Eve'rsharp
. Fairchild Eng
Fargo Oil.
JFelmont Pet
Gen Dynamict
Gen Ele&
"Gen Motors
"Gen Plywood
Getty Oil
Gulf ,Oil
fiarsco Steel
Hayden Newport
- Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Int Petroleum
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Martin Co. i
, New Eng T and T
Norden Ketay
Olin Mathison
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Pantepec Oil
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA"'Ar"
Reynolds Metal
Royal. Dutch Shell
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The date could be in the 1980s. For years now,
unmanned satellites of varying sizes and types
have been circling the Earth. Instrument rockets rockets-to
to rockets-to and around the Moon no longer make bead
lines. Improved rocket planes like the X-15 have
pushed farther into the fringes of space, achieving
Bear orbital flight. By this time, man in the
nose cone of a missile has possibly been shot into
space for a few minutes and landed safely.
Now, at last, the stage Is set for the first
manned satellite to be launched.
(1) It win probably be a three-stage vehicle,
lowering some 30 stories in height. Artist's con?

ceptlon above Is based upon state of present-day
fuels and technical knowledge.
' (2) This two-man third stage ts essentially a
high performance rocket plane, capable of both
atmospheric and space flight Its wings have outer
layers of heat-resistant material and inner layers
of insulation and refrigerant fluid. Their large
area will provide lift in rarefied atmosphere when
craft returns' to Earth, and" help dissipate heat
caused-by friction. Rockets at wing tips swivel
460 degrees. They wiU'be useoUa correct plane's
direction in airless space, for slowing down when
craft is ready to drop out of orbit and foraccel
ration, if necessary, upon landing. Small com

pressed air or rocket nozzles in nose. Wings and

rudder will also De usea ior minor wrwcnoiii u
direction.
(3) Throughout the day and early evening
dozens of ground crew personnel have labored to
ready the ship. Finally aU fuel tanks have been
topped off. Each of the hundreds of instruments
and parts has been tested and Tetestedf All items
check out The countdown reaches 10 . 5 .
. . S . a . 1. The first-stage motors thunder
and a great blaze lights up the launching area ail
the first rocket to carry ,rnen oa a sustained flight
Into space begins Its Journey.
Was Ue1n Orbit.

Dulles Flays Provocative
iAct By Red Chinese Migs

" WASHINGTON (UPI)-Secrtary
of Stae John Foster Dulles told
the Chinese Communist yester yesterday
day yesterday they will be condemned by
ail the free world if they resume
their- "Brutal" attack on the que que-jnoy'
jnoy' que-jnoy' Islands.
He "made the statement shortly
Jfter Ihe Slate Department ac accused
cused accused Bed China of committing a
"provocative act" by sending
tight war planes over the Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist held offshore islands during
fte temporary cease-fire there.
.Dulles, returning from a five five-day
day five-day vacation at his Lake Ontario
fetreat, did not speculate on the
Jfeipln? governments motives in
temporarily suspending their at attack.
tack. attack. Some officials thought it
tatght ba a maneuver to throw
Min on the United Stales when

br if. th bombardment is re

sumed. , j
"Iir a statement which he read
fiiflediately after his plane land landed
ed landed lit Washing on's National Air Airmail
mail Airmail Dul'.cs,said:
srn, rhinorp Communists, after

tomng brutally and incessantly
RKnhrripri Ouemov for over six

weeks, now say they will be hu humanitarian
manitarian humanitarian and have peace or
one week. It is not easy to eva evaluate
luate evaluate that statement.
"But at least for the moment
there is a cessation of the bomb bombing.
ing. bombing. This, the United States had
been vigorously seeking. And the
development assures world wide
Condemnation of the Chine e
Canfnuinis:s if they again resume

the fightin-.'
Asked why he thought the Com Com-munis's
munis's Com-munis's had halted theii at ack,
he said he was "not guessing at
the moment." He went direct lv
from the airport to the State De Department
partment Department for conferences with
Undersecretary of State Christian
A.tHlrter and Assistant Secretary
Walter S. Robertson, the depart department?
ment? department? Far Eastern expert.
The department's charge of
"provocation" against Red 'China
was leveled by press officer Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln White at a news briefing.
However, White did not go so far
as to accuse the Cammunists of
Violating the cease-fire they an announced
nounced announced Sunday.

But he rejected any suggestion
that Chinese Nationalist anti-aircraft
gunners violated the cease cease-lire
lire cease-lire by opening fire on the Rfld
warplanes. He said they were not
guil y in the slightest" because
the Communists had committed a
provocative act.
White would not say whether
U.S. warships had stopped convoy-

'ing Nationalist supply vessels to

Vuemoy. aui ne waicaiea mis
might be the case. This was one
of the conditions Red China laid
down for its cease-fire.
Meanwhilt, Nationalist guns
fired heavy anti-aircraft bar barrage
rage barrage at Sovitt-built M1G jets
that flew twice over Quemoy.
It wii the firiK eeton on; that
beleaguered f ffshor island
since the Communists proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed their artillery cease-fire.

Nationalist China and the Unit

ed States accused the Reds of a
"provocative action."
The MIG flights occured as

U.S. and Nationalist Chinese offi

cials placed a news blackout on
the movement of sea convoys to
Quemoy and Red China warned
the United States against mistak mistaking
ing mistaking the temporary cease-fire for a
sign of Red "weakness."
Nationalist Defense Ministry
spokesman Adm. Liuh Hoh-tu said
eight Communist MIG warplanes
flew over Quemoy Tuesday after

noon but escaped undamaged de de-snite
snite de-snite the Nationalist anti-aircraft

fire.

A dispatch from Quemoy by

United Press International corre

spondent Robert C. Miller said
that the first appearance of thp
Red MIGs over the offshore is island
land island group sent soldiers and civi

lians on big Quemoy scurnng for
shelter.

Clinton Bomb Talks At White House;

Revenuers Admit Goof Of Faubus Tax
ATLANTA, Oct. 8 (UPI) One of President Eisenhower' aides was acrieduled
to meet today with four officials from Anderson County, Tenn., for discussion of
Sunday's bombing at Clinton High School.
Frank Wilson, acting as attorney for the Tennessea delegation, said tha offi officials
cials officials hoped to talk with the President himself. The group took a prepared statement
to Washington, but Wilson declined to mak it public until after it is presented.
The group's appointment was with Presidential Assistant Rocco Siciliano.
At Little Rock, Ark., the district director, of tha Internal Revenue Service took
full blam for telling Gov: Orval E. Faubus it looked as if he owned incoma taxes,
on $105,499.H,
"Somebody goofed," IRS district director Curtit Mathls said, explaining that
anything a state furnishes by law to its chief executive is not taxable. Tha trouble
was that the total included rent and operating expenses on tha executive mansion for
two years, campaign expanses and a gift automobila that Faubus and his wife waiv waived
ed waived in 1954.

The Navy's swimming surgeon

from San Francisco, Dr. Robert
F, Legge, will make the biggest

plunge of his career Satruday when

he attempts, to swim the Panama

tanai in a day..

u he is successful.' and he is

confident that he will be. Dr. Legge

will" be the first person in history

to swim tne 35-mile waterway in

less than 24 hours.. .

The only thins -that mieht nre-

rent him from finishing was unex

pectea iouj -weather,. he said.
The 15th Jiaval District medical

officer hss Charted, bis swim like

a sailor going s On a -long cruise.

On a map of the Canal he has
outlined his route from Gatun Lock

to Pedro Miguel Lock, indicating

every Duoy ana marker and on

what side he intends to pass them.
It was originally announced that

he: would swim the canal from

ocean to ocean. 'But' Leeee said

yesterday that be had never intend intended
ed intended to swim the entire route, be

cause of the problem of the locks.

"1 don't intend to sk the Zone

to expend 9,000,000 gallons of wat

er just to put me through each

iock, ne declared.

"I only want to swim the canal,

u i can ana i nope l can."

Come Saturday that's exactly
what the 53-year-old Navycaptain
will have a chance to find out.

He plans to drive-un to Gatun

Friday evening- and sleep over overnight
night overnight aboard a fravy barge in the

tne snaaow oi tne locks.
Saturday morning will rise arlv

breakfast on bacon and eggs, and
dive off the south wall of Gatun

Locks.

. Usine; ever second of davliVht

Ligge plans to take off with the
light of the first sun, perhaps even

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BERRIES FOR BRITAIN
LONDON (UPI) The first
Cape Cod cranberries to be
shipped to Eritain since pre-World
War II davs arrived in London
yesterday. Dollar saving British
impwt restrictions had prevented
English housewives from buying
the New Fngland delicacy.

Investigators, Including agents
of the Federal Bureau 6f Inves Investigation,
tigation, Investigation, continued sifting for
clues at the Clinton school,
rocked by three rapid-fire blasts
early Sunday. Officers made no
report on their' progress.
Clinton Superintendent of
Schools James D. Newman re reported
ported reported yesterday that a guard
will be placed on duty "as a pre precautionary
cautionary precautionary measure" when stu students
dents students from Clinton High resume
classes in temporary quarters at
nearby Oak Ridge. Officials ex expect
pect expect to have the building ready

for use by tomorrow.
At Little Rock, Faubus report reported
ed reported yesterday that "some or all"
of Little Hock's four padlocked

schools are likely to reopen pri privately,
vately, privately, and for whites only, by
Oct. 15. contributions for private
operation have made matters
"look good for the private school
corporation," he added. ;
There wwas temporary quiet
on the itnegratlon front in Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, where Federal Court hear hearings
ings hearings are scheduled later this
week on attempts by the Na National
tional National Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People to
have nine schools reopened on
an Integrated basis.
In Charlotte, N.C a Negro

pupil entered a previously all all-white
white all-white elementary school,, giv giving
ing giving that city a total of. three
desegregated schools. No inci incidents
dents incidents were reported.
Faubus took the opportunity
to accuse the government of
using the IRS to punish him for
his stand against Integration
and to demand that President
Eisenhower pay for use of the
White House if he had to! pay
for use of the executive man mansion.
sion. mansion.
Faubus said he got a letter
which salJ he had 10 days to
protest the IRS charges.
Acting internal Revenue Com

missioner O. Gordon Delk; who
took a less apologetic attitude

than Mathis, said Faubus' over overall
all overall tax affairs are still tinder
scrutiny. He did not elaborate.
Mathis also said there are
some items his men are looking
into that may have "merit."
"The investigation will be
complete when Governor Fau"
gets with us and irons out a few

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bus or his attorney comes and

things," he salcl.
Put he said sending Faubus
an L-19 letter to come in ith ith-in
in ith-in 10 days and agree to pay
taxes or argue it out with an
IRS asent was a mistake.

Actually, it never got to the

noinfc of Faubus having toex

plain. When Mathis discovered
that Faubus had been sent the

letter, he wrote him. anothet

letter telling mm tnat it was ay
premature and he should con consider
sider consider the L-ld letter "as having
no effect." 1
Faubus said that if he paid
onlv uart of what the govern.

ment demanded- out of his $10,-000-a-year
. salary, he wouldn't
have enough left to "buy so

much as a handicercniei.

"If demands for payment or

nersonal income tax can be

made upon me because of this

gift autombbile then it is rea reasonable
sonable reasonable to assume that demands
will be made ut6h the President

of th United States for personal

income tax on all the gifts he
has been receiving at ,his Get-

tysDurg iarm, mciuamg iraciurs,
purebred hogs, cattle, etc., Fau Faubus
bus Faubus said.
"By the same rule, It would
also be necessary to collect
personal income tax on the
former presidential assistant,
..Sherman Adams, for the gift
of the $3,000 hotel bill, the
$2,500 oriental rug, and the,
$700 vicuna coat."
A 10-day letter Is a statement
by an Internal Revenue agent to
a taxpayer in which the agent
asserts what he believes tovbe a
deficiency in the taxpayer's re-

iturn. Upon receiving such a let

ter the taxpayer nas lu tiays m
which to agree to pay the claim claimed
ed claimed sum or to protest and ask for
a conference with the tax agent.
According to Internal Revenue
Service experts,, an allowance
for rations and quarters or their

direct donation is ordinarily

taxable unless they are furnish furnished
ed furnished by the employer for the em employer's
ployer's employer's convenience. One ex expert
pert expert speculated that this rule of
convenience probably would ap apply
ply apply to a governor's mansion;,
thus ruling out a, tax charge- a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a governor for use of the
mansion. ;

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. 6:45 p.m.

diving DOCTOR Dr. ftdbert Klewtf. iolnir backtawat'
dive here1, will make thfe biggest dive of his life Saturday- when
he take .off on his attemufc to. swim the Panama CanaL

High

12:25 p.m.

before siinrisa If he can see his

first marker across- Gatun Lake;

The sun rises at 6:08 and sets

at 6:07 Saturday, 12 'hours minus
ope minute later. Thus Legge will
have 'to awim; faster' than the-14
hours he "has set for himself to

arrive at, Pedro Miguel Locks be

fore nightfall. v

vDuring his swim. Legge said he
would probably eat chocolate
bars and drink bouillon to keep up
his strength. He said he also plans
to take along some beer to quench
his- thirst, r ; a v

"That's the.best thing tknow to

ae it," ne saw.
Balboa police officer- William

(Red) Nalt ivho iai Ibeen at. Leg Leg-ge'a
ge'a Leg-ge'a side as escort, since the be
ginning, and the (doctor son Gof-;
don will acompanyhim m a boat
alongside; i v t
The maker-bytmarker couse
Legge' has' mapped, out 'for himself
is an examnle of -the strict self

discipline' he applies- to-'hir wim-

ming..He knows exactly now nr-he-
travels by counting his stroke!
as he swims. '.
He counted 500 strokes for Mira-.
flores Lake's 1 mile plus 140 yards,:
and 850 for a charted 2-mile swim
in Madden- Lake-,
Saturday, if he Vgetstoi -count
that Jong, the ;total will bell.SuO.

Gordon M. Frick
To. Address Local
At Rainbow City
Local 900, AFSCME, (AFL-CIO)
will hold tbe'r Atlantic region

meeting on Friday, commending
at 7:00 p.m.. at the Rainbow Ci

ty 'gymnasium.
; Gordon M Frick. executive sec

feiary of the Canal Zone Civilian
Personnel' Policy Coordinating
Board, wi'J be the principal speak speak-ture
ture speak-ture on the "Sinele Wiee Scale."

; Questions on this subject will

be answered by him after the lec lecture.
ture. lecture. y,
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