The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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A group: f;68 students who defied th National Guard Saturday and Set up head headquarter
quarter headquarter Jrt the National Institute,' peacefully" evacuated the school buildings-early this
fnorning, ''i"4 v c '
Evacuation followed written assurances by Minister of Government and Justice
Max Heurtematte that no reprisals would be taken against the recalcitrant student
leaders, w t -M'V J i
The studehts who Tnduded' eight g!rfs',rwr searched by Attorney Cenera? Her
iriogenes de la Rosa and the National Guard as they ; left the building through the
front -door;; on Calls Estudiante about rt, s-,f" None carried weapons. f v
'f ? A search of the evacuated buildings later produced only some steel helmets,

Knives, and dummy firearms
The" Students Federation Im Immediately
mediately Immediately called oft the strike,
but vowed to continue their fight
: for the "demilitarization" of the
National Guard, and for the re relocation
location relocation of executive decree
irhich banned the formation of
student organlzationr like the
Federation. The Federation also
declared Education Minister Car Carlos
los Carlos Sucre an .'enemy' of the
Studeiitsi w v '
The peaceful evacuation of the
Institute was negotiated by three
founders of the federation, for former
mer former Deputy Foreign' Minister
Ernesto Castillerov-Manuel Solis ;
'nd Carlos X. Zufiiga:' r
' AS 4 result, university students
had been scheduled to return to
flasses- thisf evening and high
school student tomorrow. How-
? ever, 'with the closing of schools
sind governmeTiTi oiiices xoaay m
gesture of national mourning
ver the death of Pope Pius XII
th sniveTslty-fcudents; sdlfc not
i esume .dasses'flinUi tomarrow.
-! C'Thei National Guardsman. J
. Te6fflo Villarreal wb was shot
:n Saturday at Ancon is still;
in, Gorgas HospHjal and was
stated today to be still 'poor'i
and, on the seriously ill list, -At,.Balboa,.
Magistrates Court
ne of the men who is aliened
to nave oeen concernea lit nq
hnotinsf. Sebastian
C6sar Au
Susto Villa, 21 appeared before
udge John E, Deming for ,the
second tune; cnargeo toji.hs-.
sault-with: deadly -weapont His
case 'was continued until 2.p.m.
on October Id. Ball remainsv at
$10,000.
- Also In court today was Henry
Picans, Jrnrt8, charged with
stealing a shotgun ., from the
home of am friend, Balboa. High
School student William JRigby of
771 C Balboa, picans was com committed
mitted committed for trial at US. District
. Court at Ancon, Bail was reducr
ed f rom $2500 td $500 which 'PL 'PL-cans
cans 'PL-cans father said ,he thought he
Picans,aa,. former Balboa.
High School student, told the:
; court he ha been negotiating -to
buy a .22 rifle from, Rigby
and had made' a down., pa? pa?-.
. pa?-. ment of $13 and a watch.. He
. had' later, changed his mind
' and been given the money and
the watch back.
Detective1 Lt, Harvey1 Bhyne
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RECALCITRANTS LEAVE -r Last of the students left the National Institute with their bags about 130 am. while National
1 Guardsmen watched from across the street. A crowd of about 7S spectators who were on hand mildly applauded each little
. group that cams out. In white; carrying a valise. Is Students Federation secretary general Andres Cantlllo, :

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End Strike At Call

made of wood,
said that In a statement Picans
had said he was in the Nation National
al National Institute last Friday and to
gether with another boy, went
Dy'taxr to RigDV's nouse ana
rang the bell but there was no

Moreno Confident. Dulles
Will -Act On RP Issues

tyASttTNGTON. Oct.'e (UPI)
Panamanian Foreign Minister Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Moreno Jr left here today
confident that Secretary of State
John-Foster Dulles will act
promptly "to correct inequjiies in
the operation of the Canal Znic."
Moreno flew to Miami after a
half -hour talk 'yesterday with
Dulles pn problems of implement implementing
ing implementing th jiiemorandnnT6f rxrtf rxrtf-derstanite'
derstanite' rxrtf-derstanite' He fclartAo'-stay ja
Miami ,over fhe keek end..before
returning to Paifama ;
Moi'eno said Tie complained to
Dulles about the restrictive" in
terpretation' Canal Zone: authorities
gtve;the memorandum which" gov governs
erns governs 'relations between the v Zone
Snd the Republic of Panama,
W "T leave confident that some-
thing will be done soon to. correct
the inequities; that are now nurt nurt-inc'
inc' nurt-inc' our workers and oui business-
linen,' he- said before leaving,-
The Foreign Minister expiamea
that' In -his government's opinion
not enoueh has been done to speed
the equalization of .wages for Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian workers in the Zone in
accordance with the memorandum.
He also charged that certain
practices in the Zone? are hurting
Panamanian., business.
"I asked the Secretary what
bearing the sale of jewelry, luxu luxury
ry luxury .articles,' French, perfumes .and
Persian rues had' Dn the -opera
tion, of the canal," he said.,
? Another point at Issue were one
purchases of foodstuffs from coun
tries "other than the, United States
and Panama.
He said that Panama under understood
stood understood that it would get first choice
in supplying the Zone when it had
to make purchases outside the Un Unrated
rated Unrated States. ; 15
' Panama has strongly protested
recent Zone purchases of beef
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answer. So he went In while the
taxi drove round: another street,
took a Winchester shotgun he
found and went back to the In Institute
stitute Institute "because the others there
had guns and he" wanted one
too."
from New Zealand 'toad of rice
from Ecuador. Both -commodities,
Moreno said,, were available in Pa
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ATTORNEY GENERAL CONDUCTS SEARCH Attorney Gen General
eral General Hermogenes de la Rosa searches students as he walks out
of the National Institute. At left is Prof. Ismael Garcia Tector
of the Institute. At right waving a "no" to the. photographer
Is student leader Carlos Nunez,

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PRATING FOR "POPE Thousands of Roman !Catholie Sisters, student and adults jammed
the Metropolitan, Cathedral this mominj to, attend a mass conducted by Archbishop Francis
Beckman to pray for the repose of the soul of Pope Pius XII.
Announcement Of Successor To Pope Pius XII

To Be Heralded
' VATICAN CITY (UPI) With
the death ot Pope Pius XII, a
small, black stovepipe, hastily e e-rected
rected e-rected atop the roof of the iso
lated, walled-off Sistine Chapel
inside the apostolic palace, will

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Through Stovepipe Of Chapel

become the Catholic world's most
important news source.
By age-old tradition, the prog progress
ress progress of the balloting of the Sacred
College o Cardinals, whose re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility it is to name a suc successor,
cessor, successor, will be announced to the
world 4ta".: this whisps : of, ismoke
coming from the chimney,'
Thousand of Roman -Catholic
faithful .solemnly wailing; in t,
Peter' 'Square, wift keep "a' vigil
as the tardinIsca8t, meif billots,
in i room close to tfie bedroom
of the late pontiff,
If the tmoki "that curls up pe periodically
riodically periodically is lack, it will mean
that none of the cardinals has re received
ceived received the required two thirds
vote, -plUff cne, and that another
ballot must be taken.
A puff of while smoke will
inform the world that th
Jg has lctd a new suprtm
sovrfgn to sit on the throno
of St, Peter. V :
The apostolic constitution pro provides
vides provides that the selection of the
Roman Catholic pontiff shall be
made ""only and exclusively by
the cardinals of the Holy Roman
unurcn wno wiu oe free from a-
ny and all influence from any oth other
er other eccolesiastic dignitary or lay
power."
The election must be held with within
in within 18 days of the death of a pope.
Fifteen days, plus an optional ad additional
ditional additional three days, are permitted
for the arrival in Rome of car cardinals
dinals cardinals not present in the city at
the time of his death.
Grtat precautions are taken
to insui-o that the work of th
conchv shall b carried out
in absolut scrcy. All rooms
and corridors adjoining th cha chapel
pel chapel ar wilUd off som with
boards nailed t doors and oth others
ers others with bricks.
Small iron beds, kneeling stools
and simple cnaira aire placed in
a few rooms of the walled off
area, against the possibility of a
prolonged balloting process.
au at&istauis to tr.o carainais,
their special confessors, doctors
and a surjeon and pharmacist,
are solemnly sworn to secrecy,
on pain of excommunication, and
are pledged to reveal nothing by
word or sign which they learn in
their outside enclave of what
transpires within the chapel itself.
Sea'ed ou plain -wooden seats.
line along the chapel walls,
painted in fresco by celebrated
Italian artists of centuries past.
the cardinals will prepare to cast
their" swat ballot.
Mass i? recited and the car cardinals
dinals cardinals repeat the "Veni creator
spintus.' They renew a solemn
oath to elect as pope the cardinal
whom they deem to be most wor worthy,
thy, worthy, and lo guard the secrecy?of
the conclave. Three cardinals are
appointed to supervise the count counting.
ing. counting. Each cardinal is given a bal ballot
lot ballot on which is written in Lat Latin
in Latin "Eltge in sumum pontlficSm
Rv. Mum D. Mum, v. D,
card." I lct as high pon
tiff my Vary Rtvtrand Signer
Cardinal wjv
Their ballots filled in, the car cardinals
dinals cardinals one by one, in order of
rank, walk 'o the altar and which
a large golden chalice has, been
& laced. Holding his ballot high,
etween thumb and forefinger,
each will Vneel before the altar
in priyer. He then will rise1 and
pronounced the following oath in
Latin:
"I call as witness Christ ;, the
Lord, who will one day judge me,
that I select him whom, accord according
ing according to God, 1 deem most warthy
to be elected h ?a ;
After the counting is complete,'
the ballots are sewn together wi-h
a silver needle and a .golden
thread. If no one has received the

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required majority, the ballo s then
aie purnta m a small nv stand
mg in one corner ef the; chapel.
wgemer with a handful of wet
suraw.
ine wei straw, by creating a
smuage ot black smoke, will an announced
nounced announced the wai.ing crowds out outside,
side, outside, and to the world, that-an-
outer hauot must be taken. When;
lln,V' ,mJ POP elected, the
.baJlos.. alone, are -burned 'and the
Announces the tidings.
tsttimian Masses,
3-Day Moliming
Being Observed
President Ernesto de la Guardia,
Jr., today expressed the convic conviction
tion conviction that the paths traced by Pope
Pius XII during his lifetime Will
lead, humanity toward peace and
cordial relations between men and
nations alike.
. The President also named act-
mg Foreign Minister Mariano O-
teiza and protocal chief Cafnilo Le Levy
vy Levy Salcedo to convoy his eovem-
ment's condolences to th Vatt:'
can s aipiomatic representative in
Panama.
Schools, stores, government and
private offices closed down after
opening this morning, following an
executive decree declaring three
days of mourning.
The Closine is fftr Ano Aav nnlu
but the decree provides .that the
flag will fly t halfmast for three
aays Degmnlng today and again on
the day of the funeral of the Pope.
A mass attended hv thnuign4.
Of Catholics and srhnnl rhilHron
was held this morning at the Me Metropolitan
tropolitan Metropolitan Cathedral, rnndnrtiwt hv
Archbishop Francis Beckman.
This afternoon a reauiem mass
sponsored by the President and
Mrs. de la Guardia will be offer offer-ed;
ed; offer-ed; at the, Cathedral at 5 p.m. Be Besides
sides Besides government officials and
members of the diplomatic corps
ii it expected xnai vanal Zone and
U.S. military officials will be in t-
tendance.
St Mary's Mission in Balboa an announced
nounced announced today that a solemn high
miM will be offered on Saturday
at 8 a.m.

Death Of Pope Arouses Speculation
He Hay Someday Become A Saint

VATICAN CITY (UPI Pope
Pius XII may someday become a
saint.
An unprecedented vision .of
Christ and a vision of the "Fati "Fati-ma
ma "Fati-ma m'rjTcle" of the revolving sun
have been the only supernatural
events in the Pope's lile annouc annouc-ed
ed annouc-ed by the Vatican. However,
there h-a been insistent, men-ion
of the Pope bringing about two
miraculous healings as well.
. '
Visions do not in themselves
enter the cause of canoniza ion,
but tney Often speed the cause.
Vatican- circles believed that the
cause of beatification of the Pope
might be introduced shor ly. Un Unofficial
official Unofficial Catholic quarters said a
dossier of ''miracles" attributed to
Pius XII had already been col collected.
lected. collected. s
Beatification Is the first step
toward sainthood, and both beati
fication, and canonization can take
centuries before completed.
iTh Pope's firs vision cams

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CASTEL GANDOLFO.
for rope Pius XII shortly offer

Antonio Gasbarrini, one of the Pontiff's doctors, beckon!
ed to persons In the room to come to the bedside.

mere had been three masses for the Pope in antmte-

Secret Chamberlain.

There was an hour of silence and suspense and then
the signal from the doctor,
All present gathered around the bed including the
lpllhrel npLhewLs' rrlnces Carlo, Marcantonio and
Giuho Pacelli. They began praying for tWe dying Pontiff

Sister, Pasuttallna Lehnert. the
Pant's faithful housekeeper for
mors than two?deede's,-:gentiy1
wiped tne lips of the -unconscious
Pope with water as Msgr.
Tardinl recited more prayers.
, Atprte point she. took the cru crucifix
cifix crucifix which had been resting on
the pope's chest and put, it near
W Tim1 W',Ta'hTvrftlft"Pops
ma mourn?
died. The signal7 was a choked,
rasping sound, from the patient.
: Gasbarrinl nut a stethoscope
to the Pontiffs chest, felt the
pulse, turned around and told
the hushed room: "e morto"
,- He Is 4ea4r 4 C 1;, V"
Msgr Tardinl then turned
to the others and simply re repeated:
peated: repeated: "i morto."
In an unprecedented break
with tradition. Tardinl began
intoning the ."Magnificat":
"My soul doth magnify the
Lord.
"My spirit doth rejoice In
him..."
This canticle of Mary to God,
usually not recited for the dead,
was intended to praise God for
the great and stood work done
by the late Pontiff.
All present slowly filed past
the Pooe's deathbed. They kiss kissed
ed kissed his hand.
Noble guards,. Swiss Guards
and gendarmes on duty at the
time were then invited to kiss
the Pontiff's hand.
Immediately after the Pope's
death, his crucifix was removed
from his chest, and was placed
along with his rosary in his
hands which were folded across
his breast.
Then Msgr. Angelo Dell'Acqua,
Vatican assistant Pro-Secretary
of State, moved into the adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining chapel and recited the first
funeral massr
The doctors, nurses and neph nephews
ews nephews then began dressing the
body in Snow white robes to lie
in state.
Those present at the death
were the priests -who had said
the masses, German Jesuit Fa Fathers
thers Fathers Leiber. and Hentrlch who
are attached to the Papal libra library,
ry, library, Sister Pasqualina and her
two assistants, Srs. Corrada and
Ewalda, two San Franciscan Sis Sisters
ters Sisters of Mary and the Pope's
three-nephews.
on thrae successive days in th
Holy Year 1950.
Federico Cardinal Tedeschiii
told a crowd of pilgrims in Fati Fati-ma
ma Fati-ma in ,195j. that the Pope saw the
sun revolve on three separate oc occasions
casions occasions Oct. 30, 31, and Nov.
1, 1950, He said the vision came
on eac.i nccasion while the Pone
was Walking In the Vatican gar gardens,
dens, gardens, each time at 4 p.m.
The vision was the same which
three' little shepherds hart In Fa-
tima, Portugal, on Oct. 13, 1917.
The viMon of the "hepherd chil children
dren children idltmafred'a series of appear appearances
ances appearances of he Virg!n Mary they had
seen earlier ; smarting May 13,1917
-mVthe'.XMiX Eugerilr Pacelli wns
consecrated archibishob in the
Sistine' .Chapel in Rome.
; A lii6n, of 1 Christ amev ta
the Papa at (lawn etrDae. 7,
' )54, ioi1J"Hfort ba'ora an at attack
tack attack ; a(. gastritis- and hernia
raised faars for his life, the Va,
fttan 'City, nawtoaptr Obsarva
tar Raman said.

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- There also were Count f nria
cred i Apostolic Palace, and three
or the four doctors Prof wr wr-?PS
?PS wr-?PS Mingazsinl JSiSSwE
5 ?S eBT was th Pope's ased
sister, Ellsabetta. : J -c
In the backgtound were Bar
tolomeojMigonitaiiarA,
Vbs WAotdndi 0f the "Pius XT?
Center for a Setter World? va.
SrETv PelleS S two
editors of the Vatican City news news-paner
paner news-paner Osservatore Romano,
The bells of ,st. Peter's -basilica
and the basilica, of "tSS
Lateran rang out In the pre pre-s'aofn
s'aofn pre-s'aofn te t
fo?ttfpop? f mUrnln
Church altars were draped in
violet and all Cardinals gifi
Eternal City put away-fi
rTrll? t0 wcar violet violet-colored
colored violet-colored robes, symbolizing ths
chirch's mourning
Pr7n?C Card'nf'1' Eugene Tls Tls-serant
serant Tls-serant pean of the Sacred Col Col-lew
lew Col-lew of Cardinals, performed ths
Recognitio" ceremony confirtn confirtn-lnr
lnr confirtn-lnr the Pone's death.
The cardinal pronounced the
ritual formula "vere Papa Pius
XII mortas est" (Truly, Fone,
Pius XII is dead). Then h ,e"
cited prayers for the dead Snd
blessed the body. The ceremo ceremo-nj
nj ceremo-nj ended with the signature
of the cardinal on the official
certificate of death. ..
Only after the "Recori&tfo
could the Pooe's bodv be-'re-moved
from his deathbed Twid
escorted by noble guards to the
throne room of the Apostolic
Palace where, lt will lle in stats
until a committee of cardinals
and the Prefect of Ceremonies
Enrico Deante decide on ths
transfer to Rome. ,i
It was almost certain that
motorcade will take the body
to the basilica of St. Jobn l a ateran
teran ateran tomorrow. This Is the
first time in modern centuries
that a Pone has died outside
the Vatican.
The Pope's body was reclothed
in a white silken gown, called
the alb, a trailing cassock, an
amice of crimson velvet border bordered
ed bordered with ermine and an ermine ermine-trimmed
trimmed ermine-trimmed cane. The cape was
drawn up behind the Pope's
hed. Soft red slipnerg were
placed on his feet, and a crucl crucl-fix
fix crucl-fix placed in the Pone's clasped
hads. entwined with anv Ivory
and cold set of rosary beads, i
When the body is escorted by
hi"h pre!tes and civilian and
military dWrnitarles to St. Pet Peter's,
er's, Peter's, tho pone wir receive the
last homffc of hi fellow Ro Romans,
mans, Romans, when his brdv.l Mrried'
through the heart of Vatican
The body will He In state' In
the Chapel of the Mot Holy
acrament during the followlnf
tnree aays wnne, tnousanas, pass
In mnurntng to pay homage to
th pontiff. ;
On Wednesday,, the Pope will
be hurled h b", n'aced In ths
grnHoes of the Basilica.
Vatican sources revealed iha
Pins himself cbsa the p)e
small nlot in the chanel that,
now eontMns th mortal "re'
mains nf Pop Pint X. ths
P"e whom W XII proclajn ;
en a aaini in isaa. ;

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Sir

Alcoholics Anonymous is not a fad, nor a religioui, revival,

nor a reform movement it is a sound principle, proven and
accepted by former problem drinkers. It costs nothing but sin sincerity
cerity sincerity nd pays dividends in things that money cannot buy.
The canal Zone A A. presently consists of over 5Q men wom women
en women including both the Pacific Side and the Atlantic side groups.
The professional, the artificer, the clerk an.dJhe,hosf wife are
among us. Our -common problem is : alcohol.-? VaJmot ;drink
socially without developing a protracted, drunk, 'Wher tnan our
drinking complex, we are sane and normal, people. One drink
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friend can change into an undefendable drunk, an abusive and
shiftless spouse or a lying, cheating and inconsiderate moocher

bewilders us alcoholics aiso.
There is only one answer to the problem; if we are to live,
keep our sanity and maintain our place in society, we must not
drink at all. In desperation we have toed many ways to atop
or at- least motl!te'w Afctfstaff sa5we 4aiilei
Somewher duttagdlffrii)klnf cawee. ; heard, read or were
told about Alcoholic's Anonymous. We reserved our decision to
contact AJL&ecause we were toot ready' to quit drinking; or be because
cause because w'ha heard from some; one who knew nothing whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever about A.X. that it was a group of "Newt Pad" crackpots
elling some kind of a "cure" through religious medium. We
were also lead to helleve- that our standg 11 cpmmunity
would be. JdwwAhan a bowery bum if we bedjme affutated wltjb
the group Nothing could have been turther frdmth truth
The Canal Zone group is nearly 13 years old. It has been
entirely successful. It has shown that there is a -way to stop
drinking. It has saved lives, homes, friends and jobs. It works,
if we want it too. J A Member
P. We are listed in the Canal. Zone telephony directory and
the classified section of this newspaper.
" ANOTHER BINGO PLATER

For bingo player's information, we, know the Canal Zone
Code but this game is operated on a Navy reservation and we

doubt if this ode would have any oeanng-on iu same
With the enormous crowd which played Saturday night the
coverall of $360 went m S8 numbers andThe" consolation prize
of $151 dollars wentn in 59 numbers. Our last triples paid over
tin

Question! Do all club'iouse games pay out all they take
or are Just a few getting the profits?

in

LET'S USE THE BELT

at have been In the Zone for almost two years and I must
sawjthat it hasn't been very enjoyable. I have kept up with

tlw-'Mail Box during this time and nave neara a 101 oi gripes
which sound pretty stupid, at least for, the American people to
iSne fo the biggest gripes in the Mail Box and In talking
tothe people I have met in the Zone, is money. Sure-money
ia hiee but if we spent half as much time and talk trying to
ge people to become Christian God-lpving people, then this
weuld ure be a wonderful w6rld to live in.
'fc'jrow to get, to the latest talk in the Mail Box, which Just
afwmt makes m sick; are these people who think psychology
brings respect lor the parent from their children. I have been
working with just such a group sence I have been in the Zone.
I Kf-ve worked with as many as a hundred kids, and I wi.ll tell
vnnahout 09 percent of those kids could stand something mpre

thenv a little psychological training in the home and outside of

the tiome.

Most of these kids don't have any respect for their parents
nor anvone else thev have any dealings with. The kids here

are nothlne but croup of snooty, undisciplined, rude, incon

alderate little "111 do as I please" spoiled brats. If you try to

correct one of these psychology students, you get a sassy re remark,
mark, remark, they say that( Jt their parents doirt cre then, jwhy should

So come on let's not beat them to death, but let's show
them that we are their bosses and if talking don't do any good
thett, brother, you had better get the belt. I guess, though, that
we"can't sav much ahbut what most of the kids do when the

pgMnts are Just as bad and sometime worse.

VAchimr Ears. Vol. Two (Mall Box, Oct. 4) must nava had a

couple of her kids in my group. ;
, Getting Sick

B VICTOR RIESIL
This u unioubledly a siory wUh
a Duui-jn pane Uicj in tue necu ID
mauv la our ieiuei i wao -.u ise.

Uiey live in glass nouses especml

ly uicae u)j. mis cjuiu us me
kiory cl mai.y a building urades

union, li pivots, nowever, on just
one u'jui. a ziaiiev unou. in tue

pasL 'ew weeks, the glaziers have

ueen lorced to euu n practice

wuicn Has cosi American umilies
UlUlUllS Ol IU1I013 Jiisi lO live
neatly aia comiortably.
operated in
the sprawling Cnicago-Hammonct,
Ind., aiea. 'laere, many a iioute iioute-ue
ue iioute-ue in many a wo.Ker,' commun community
ity community has bathroom, kitchen nu me
u.cine wuOiik;. gmss ana mirrors,
iiuvvtr HifUiiauon anu snower
doors wliicii cosi lots more than
Uiey biiomu auu iiius jaciwd up
the co:i of homes and rents.
This union, conspiring with

some cunirit.ors, accord. na i0

uie guveiiiiiien a.aeu building
costs in this fashion:
1 lie iiiKon, an at iiiale of the
Painters, Decorators and Paper Paper-hangets
hangets Paper-hangets brouiernooj, ouid in insist
sist insist that all glass and mirrors in

all new ami reconstruc ed homes

and factmes in the area had to
be mournei and inse teu (glazed)
right on the construction site.
This mean1, tha. u'. coma no. oe
brought in already fixed to the
cabinet, clow s or w.nuow sash sashes
es sashes which could have saved the
construction people millions of dol dollars
lars dollars over the years.
Accoruiny to toe government's
an i-trus. indictment, the union,
Local ii. lorced cash paymen s to
its members from those suppliers
who did manage to sell pre-glaz-ed
dours, medicine chests, mir mir-rored
rored mir-rored walls, eic. These payments

were to make up for the loss of
work the local union members in

Chicago suffered.
The government reports a great
volume of such pre-made window
sashes and cabinets were ship,
ped in from ou. of the s t t e.
Either the oui-of-state suppliers
paid these sums to members of
Chicago Local tl lor not doing
work or the union simply took the
preglazed material, removed it
from the cabinets and o her parts
and thn his.' .installed it all .over
again in the same cabinets and
o a r t for new buildings and
homes.

In other :.w.qrds, the out-of-state
manufacturers had -o pay twice

for the tame work. Or the Chica

go banders ould have to foot .the
bill.
This must have run into scores

of millions of dollars over the

decades Lecar.se the Justice Dept

ueaueu oy Auy-uen. William

Rogers,' -esuma es that in 1954
alone, there was $4,000,000 worth

Ui,..ims ;ut su installed,
ed) in the Chicago area.

After the government won its

case, Assisianl Atty-Gen. Vic or

K. Hansen, in chare of th An

ti'.rust Division, said: "The effect
of this union tactic was to deny
to the public I he benefits of costs
savings in the use of pre-glazed

l.pre-inswuBdiaoUctSiJ'.
' But this hr- more than the gen

erI public. This, Local 27 also
hurt other union imembers. The

Chicago outfit did not handle the
out-of-state glass work even if it
had been prepared by. members
of other AFL-CIO unions. The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago unit could stall construction
simply by refusing to supply man manpower
power manpower to projects which used even
union made produc s from-out of
state. The court judgment ruled

mat tms must end. oo.

The union agreed to end these

practices. But only after the gov-1
ernment had fought it for years.

Ironically, this agreement came

exactly seven months after the

enure AFL-CIO Const ruction

Trades Dept. had publicly very

puonciy, on ine iront pages an announced
nounced announced that such practices would
be wiped ou immedis'ely. That
was on Feb. 7. The AFL-CIO Bu Bu-ing
ing Bu-ing and Construction Trades Dept.

naa ca.nerea in Miami Beach.

Their blazoned 10-point nroaram

said, in Point Eigh.: "Slowdown;

forcing of overtime, spread-work

tactitics, stand by crews and

feataerbedtline oractices have

been and arc condemned."

Apparently this was intended to

apply equally to all unions but

some unions still believe they are
more equal than others. Is this

good public relations at a time

ika th-.s?

"Didn't Jyen Have- Time to Turn Around7'

Walter Winchell In cw York

BROADWAY II ACON
Eugene O'Neill gave eight years

of toa uo "Touch oi ihe foel

which opened at the Helen Hayes
(with that star) recently.:, 'haru 'haru-tul
tul 'haru-tul of Fire' which arrived the
curtain Line, before at ini; MB? MB?-Beck.
Beck. MB?-Beck. didn't set this starved-iWa-gooa-show
spec.a or on fife at all
...Although the show season is in

its morning three iiumpiy-iuinp-

ues navt cost backerso ver buu, buu,-immi.
immi. buu,-immi. I'wo lulded in the tiyout burgs

and onwas, a (miclijCasualt onj

Broadway ...liodgers ana naminei naminei-siein
siein naminei-siein have this kind of a repu.a repu.a-aon:
aon: repu.a-aon: TheT "Flower Drum bong
opening No. 27th is selling du
cats .or Juy 1959...Modern acreen
magazine confidently reports: Ed Ed-M'.i.ov
M'.i.ov Ed-M'.i.ov anri llehhie Revnolds

would "line tp' tiava -viiu

has 33 sound
.nan MGM.

stages. Four 'More

. i
JTJ?3".-

THANKS FOR THESPIANS

V'May I publicly express my thanks to the Theatre Guild for

choosing, to present "The Diary of Anne Frank" a their next
how?
-nWnen the play was sveh a hit in New York I felt It would
k,n axreilent Hnmi to nresent to Isthmian audiences and

when I returned here from the States, I wrote, also to the Mall
Box, urging the Guild to do it.
ir So, many thanks thespians for your choice. We will all be

looking; forward to the opetung aaie.
Theatre Consclodi

.Her best friends in Honywooa
are calluig Miss Taylor "Careless
uz". (Jveneard at Lindy's when
the stories broke about TV co co-lyumisi
lyumisi co-lyumisi Mane Torre losing ano li-

er decision in ine touri oi Appeals

source

see,' saia a

Dres aserti, that Mane 1 or re t years.

may jjo to the cUnk"..."She might
as well,' chuckled, anomer, ".je
never was any of my stuff 1"

for refusing to reveal her soun
of iniormatiou. "I see," said

Gordon McRae and wife Sheila
tad a nios. enjoyable act wnen
we caught ii in Vegas. They debui
.n the ivi'v : ork nignt cluu sector
on the 23rd at the. Waldori, a fil filling
ling filling irame .Milton Berie's return
to TV Wednesday nighi Is expect expected
ed expected to decide the argument: wnich
brand of entertainment is best
comedians who are comical or
Westerns that. are. laughable
Broadway oilers opportunity for

all'Mm-e"1hanrft dozen of iheniewnOT;ha5M'i'wencoutered one
; ....,. '.,.iu- rnnk. I 1 ; 1 n....Z a"t c'u-'l. ...ill

fiujuid'llg lilny wi iguis die; uiui
ed ... "Patricia," which brought
Prof. Perez Prado back to hie,
gathered dust on the shelf dust on
the shelf for 2Va years...There are
no Gold Stars on 'the dressing-

room J W'janiJIopkins lnd..Ko;
BeWtf, .W "h09t

waro, Angel.' laey nave jauver
Angel? Carlton Cqle, 'he' literary

agent, is in town at the Algonquin
with Jackie Park's "My- Holly

wood Diary." We said months ago

the syndicates should get it first

.Deanna Durbin shelved 55 lbs in

Glad to see Variety run com composer
poser composer R. Fnml's "I was misquot misquoted"
ed" misquoted" letter. The rap he allegedly
nook at the "lair Lady" score ("1
walked out on it") had many of
us iearful the Old Boy had gone
tone deaf.. It requires a staff of a a-bout
bout a-bout 00 id run Radio City Music
Hall... It should be quite "a season

tor Cinderellas. S.x newcomer ac

tresses will make tneir uroaaway

debuts in leading or s.arring roles

.Both NBC and CBS rejected

chances to invest in "ihe Music

Man," a sellout.. .Wait'll you see
Krancoise Arnoul. the peach in

Forbidden Frui," a Gallic fuck

er. She'., an UDoy-airi...iveep your

ears peeled for "The Pickpocket
Tango lrcm the upcoming mu

sical comedy, "ine: neaneaa,

starrina Gwen Verdon. At audi

tions for bi.ckers wnen mat tune

is heard it rakes in the cash.

Cristobal Teacher

Louis J. Fattorosi

Has Book

Danny Thomas' half hour TV

films are put iioge.ner by a s.aii

m 19,..iiean Mar.in's "Magician"

recording saunas like mag.c

inen there s Mr. binatra s album,

Uniy for The Lonely" -meilow

sweliowdles.. .Perry Como's 12 year

conuraci with the network assures
him $.13 million. ..Spencer Tracy's

periormance in "The Old Man

and the fcea'T is his- best since

CapUia. Courageous," according

to proviewers .... Alec Guinness,

hopetul oi appearing in a Broad

way pwy, nas read over.iuu scrip s

amr nasiiM 'ictUMeTea -one ne
likes.Comic AT Schenck will man

age recoi.-uicg s.ar.; .;iommy Ed Edwards'
wards' Edwards' tour. Edwards'- -"All In
The Game" u (now top song) was
written by Chas. Dawes vice-res.

during Cooli age & administration.

ning its istic: Americans devour

aspirins at the irate of 500 per;Sec-
Ond. '

1 &t

' Tin is the one metal of great
industrial Importance which is'
not found in valuable quan quan-tiet
tiet quan-tiet in the United States. Al Almost
most Almost two-thirds of tha world's
tin supply comes from Malaya,
j Indonesia and B o 1 i v a. The
i United States imports every
I year nearly 100,000 tons at a
i cost of more than $200,000,000.
The U.S. la the largest con consumer
sumer consumer ef tin, using nearly half
the world's production an annually.
nually. annually.
e Xnerclaaaala Brltannlca

Iitt, t ti Bl.f.tliill

Know what a Lone Tree cock

tail is' lt'i the Mar.ini's real

name, accoinine to Samuel Hop'

kins Adams in his new novel,

"Tenderlo'n due via Random

House ir Jan. Mr. Adams, now 88

wax 63 whin he wrote ihe story

for "It Haprened One Night," one
of the best ol all top films.. .Re .Re-rom
rom .Re-rom mended: Muriel Roberts and

Trio at .he ComDoseron West 58ih

A concert pianist who switched
to a u to eel the job. Packing

them in. .MGM execs Sol Seigel

and Vinc-ent Minelli are quo ed as

aavina 'Cnirmen Phillips will be

an MGM stHr"...20ih Century Fox

brass klpdlv no e. They had

chance lo sign er. ftrst...Godfrey

winners usutlly wind up coruirm

ine his iudBiiient. Twenty one year

old Dick Ruman,who won $5,000

on the Talent scout snow in April

58, has contracts for ?100,000 this
year. He-rtplaced broiber' George
on the Liberace show.
Whistle "I, Remember It Well"
from "Oigi" and no e the resemb

lance lo ''G.-odbye, Old friend
from Damlt VankeesM....'Something
new in midtown! You can reserve,
a stool st the 'Beau Brummel bar
on E. 54th...Meyer Davis signed
to play 'the Imperial Ball with Rak
hier and Grace as honored guests
...Keely Sm t.i got more coin to ap appear
pear appear on ihe Gobel program than
he and Loui Prima's entire cast
get any where... Nancy Malone, the
enchanting adolescent Ginger in
"Time Out for-Ginger," is grown
up and understudy for Kim Stanr
ley in "Tourh of the Poet" . l
"Third Best vSpo't"- Is one of the
few shows to make the large leap
from Summer Stock to Broadawy.
Celeste Holm star s...There's only
one biz Pmc among the Top Ten
recording stars: Doris Day via
"Everybody Loves a Lover" .
"Cat on a Hot: TiB Roof'' is the
mink of current movies. The top
money -maker, too -...Desilu now

Students at Cristobal High School

are reading with particular inter-

ett a book pu bushed this monin.
The book ts ; enti led "Orpheus",

and the author is Lou s J i altotff

si, English teacher and dramatics
coach at the school. This is his

first niihhshed work.

The book is wniten in classical

style ind, according to Fa torosi,

is "a s'.eo away trom ine snocn

aDDroach to literature." "Orpheus'

is a noetic arama wmcn iouows

closely the original Greek and re
tells the siory of Orpheus and Eu

rydice wi h a narrator and chorus

added to give movement ano era

Dhasis to the drama.

The boon, wmcn nas Deen enter

ed in the Pfgean' Press Best Book

Contest ?oon will be available at

the Canal Zone Library, according

to Mrs. Eleanor D. Burnham, Can

al Zone hhr;irian.

The author was born in Per a

Ambov. N. J. He attended elemen

tary ind high school in that city
and received his bachelor's" and

master's degrees from Rutgers U

niversr.y.

Prior to 1956, when he accept accepted
ed accepted his present posi ion in he Can Canal
al Canal Zone, he taught for two years
at Jamcshurg H gh School in New
Jersey This past June he mar"ied
June Clayton, of Bogalusa La., a
physical education instructor at
the CriSiObai School and Ihey are
now living in Marari'a.
At p.-e.en. Fa! "-osi is work'ng

on another book, which he has des

cribed as a completely different
kind of work from the one just
published. It is still in he re research
search research and planning stage he said.

i

I Hi

dailyUa

SillfJGTO;

o

Diane Ladd, who appeared in
The Winchell File," impressed

weproducers-ef-Naked City" so

much (in the Oct. 14th release)
they booked her for a second role

submitting her first for an Em

my .. Why authors don i try to

wiri'e the Grea American, Novel:

A paperback titled "Mike and Liz"

has .sold over ;;i million copies at

two-bits cac&7.:imhUr Muler, the
playwright knows how to ignite
words, they burn brigh'ly in Es Esquire
quire Esquire ..Noel Coward does most of

his writin from, six a.m. til noon

The mioe cf.the ;week : Mickey

feo6eArt!?5afli- -clean pure

llfe;DamniThe T.-pedoes Dept:

Aiuiouga wi 'Am f snow prooes

are still in the news, one of the
quiz Jexecs guaranteed a promi prominent'
nent' prominent' Jady New porker $5,000 in

cash (or a new,,car) if sne'tt ap
near Shirley Temnle doesn't have

to worry a bout. TV options. &ne

saved 3 milliort as a tot.

WASHINGTON-IhalJ nevef

forge. ti!f face of Pope Pius Xll
gen ii, tray, : very trails very

thin. bu. strone and Combelllna

nonetheless "witu'eyes" inav glow

ed With great depth of understand
My feudience wlti( HisHoliiless

took place, itf 'the' -Vatican; jW tfJ

wm er of 1951.-The rope was then

75J and fraif thaVyo!t''wqnder

ed how he could' spend, the long
hours he in the ratf winter ci
Italy and not become exhattsted;:

yev ne never relaxed, -it?, ;..' ?

My audience' wis perhaps "-the

mos memorable "dry toanvexJ

periences: In mte ing the World4

great ,iun. The Va ican HseU is

memorable. You dbss .by Swiss

guards" in itripedj uifcfojps hold?
ing efficient; looking halbreds, as

cend a. tughi ol bioad. siajrs-i cross

a couriyarn; men ;utr morvsiairs

1.0 a fecentiMfoDmUed wi n
soldiers whostmtfoifms; designed

by Miciieiangelo, become progres progressively
sively progressively ,mor imagniflcenfe as s you

move owalir' the hnaf an eroam

Finally His Holiness ahtered,
gracious! v ntHcing his "who ware

not' fa miliar with sthtriHal of

his : Church faai tomplataly at
noma.- his attetit tfatey Ms ma.t'
naiie f arsonalityj hi impliy'
contrasted s wlrtp Aha magnlf k
etnea of Wh i'oom through"
w -passtd.-'' si' !.'(.', hi
L was esy'4oindeiasta9nd;why
students of the Vatican agree that

Pius XII will' io down- in his tory
as one of the greatest, pontiffs in

the 2,000-yeaf Hratlition ,of ;biss re

ligion as cn w the most) bnuiant

men of ouptimei'J ;j vxs'z

KINDLY SENSE OF HUMOR

. .nf:t '.s.."i; -4."'. .: r.c

Today, looking back tovw: the"

troubled period during which Pius

XII has guided the spirt ual we'
fare of oneftfftflMfcthel .' world's

people. I can' remember wriilng

about his battle .against Nazi-Com

munist i who rWdled his .residence

when he was Papal" Nuncio to Ba

varia. I cari,tte.meftert .writmg,
about his tatWdWt4?8M.?

as va.icnn secretary ot statein

1936 to a, ;i(t Father Coushlin's ti

rades against- another religious
faiths I remember his. ba tie a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst CdmhiiioiBraV when I .wa
in Italy dunhme'-crucial-period;
of 1947-48 )ii5"encooiragement 5 ef
a "just law'' for "heilthyh6us "heilthyh6us-ing,"
ing," "heilthyh6us-ing," hirf edvocac-y of ecohomic
opportunity for the underprivileg underprivileged,
ed, underprivileged, his aid ct Jew sh refugees dur during
ing during the da.v. of Hitler, and the
sti-nhff rri.ilr-'d! or1alof '-the

Vatican' ttewspapp?, L"6ssefsifeti;
Romano, founded' by his,!gandfath,-

er 95 years, ago. i.

But the sto-y i once wrote about
the 'opa which I like best and
which I think epitomized' both
his sain line si and his" sense of

humor' is' thai of1hf allidieftce1he

grims, wnei a sman ooyx neei neei-iiig
iiig neei-iiig for his blfssing, suddenly look looked
ed looked up at the kindly Pontiff and
blur'ed cut
""Holy Father, when I grow -' up
I'm go'ng' to be like you. I'm go go-tor
tor go-tor to be a Pope..?? "-.; -u rtt s

There WIS '' shocked" silenm!

But Pius "smiled. f'r
' "Ah, mv snn," he Said, "you do
not know what you wish for your yourself."
self." yourself." I srongly suspect that is how
Pope Pui3 XII would always 'like
to be remembered-
"HON EST, .BROKI R" 9RITA"
The Bfirtsh haven't beeir-adver
tising it but they have been hold holding
ing holding some heart-to'hear' talks wHn'
both American and Russian diplo diplomats
mats diplomats wueh bviy Jiaiv i Jxelndd
ease the tension over Quemoy Quemoy-Ma'su.
Ma'su. Quemoy-Ma'su. v-i v-'.-i.i
Whdt the Rritjsb have bean
tolling both John Ftr duties
and doun Foreign Mlnlstor i An-

Wal' dramyke1 th'al thV? te
if tirt-i haua kf m t a1 a a

that ia wagging tha, American
and RuKiaii clegs'. '- ".. I
,The JJni'.ed Stateswas' weU on
the 'w3"-lo be .er undetanding
with Russia, the British have point,
ed out viiiJc; Khrushchev seem seemed
ed seemed Mo want tietter" relaUbns with
' hA..I7ni.Ml VlfltAS ThaM C,trM.IX S

both -cotthfrtes'lfsiiUs let Mao TiL

xung- or tier uhina and' Chiang

jvi-gneit Pf anonaust tnina get
thent into trouble. 1. '; .,".
;The..BritisB have, emphasized to
Dulleshe !'rortg'probabtiiy:that
Chiang Is nietely using" the Unit.

ma a a.es in mm nt hoctn,,t. n

of the lw that he Is the only man
whoddi" gain "rom'i real shoo
Ing war" The Bri ish! have also

been PmnhaMiTinff tn-th Rncoiono

that UW Rfcd Chipese have much
less","'o .lose from a shooting war
than Ptissit, .whjch 'would have 1
o,sulJ.aiy the guns, airblanes ma.

teriel, and -jvluch would also risk

:thvi. w Twiiu 1TK JU91

v. tune wnen nussia is making
great cf Knr mic gains. 1 -'
This British role of "honest bro-

kft-" jv crert'led-with havmg a so sobering
bering sobering efl-'ctn, Khrushchev; wh
rnay m turn have sbbereo im tha
Bed, Chinese, At Vny rate Khrush.
chv volirrflvued a1 Wement
'hat Russia, woulii, not et into a'
nv F-.r Ei-si war unless "srnd unHl
the Untied Stales attscied the Chi-'
nese mainjandf.; -
; WASHINGTON HPfcTLlNI
, "The" Scnnos-Howard .new'Papers
censored Wir own per: columnist,
Robert j&uark. foAeriieWnsj
Chiang -Kai-shek' the, other' day.
Rutrk wwle a siUtir co'umn at.
tactking-tliiang. iTChereupon Roy
HowWTrr ffld panrChtkn K K-shek
shek K-shek and who also gave Ruark
bW st'arr' In theV cohrwsinj K -s'-ness;
orderd; the, column -killed
in all .Scr hp -Howurd newsppes.
s, Dtt Chude .Forknep of the
New- York. Hospital twasr summon
edJallTthe'-Mrey fli Teheran by thr
SBth tifJilrto tot! month 'o exa examine
mine examine r respective brides for -. the

Shsh, The lrnin ru'ew wanN to

make sure hi nex'i wif" will be
also u hear ''m a son.: .Mvf

or e."jie Christooherv of San

Frm&-w hiratlv refused te;

vanimiKii -riT" niaieiow Kepunil Kepunil-Can.
Can. Kepunil-Can. Gov Goodwin Knlohl. nnr,

runnint for the Senate, in Califor

nia, vigorous triii- a temms- to
patehftip the differences between;
these- tw0ii!Rbub1iean av faikV

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MILWAJkE "Wiii"!'. Oct.' f

(UPD-r-Russian Ambassador M. A

Menstiuov has, cancelled an ap appearance
pearance appearance on a Milwaukee. televU
sipnv-i3a$ioh hecauseiiof j. "displeay
sure" over a network TV program,
titled "A Plot to Kill S'alin," a
WXIX spokesman sai4 today,
WXIX had repored 'that Men Men-shikov
shikov Men-shikov would appear on its pro pro-granv,
granv, pro-granv, "Milwaukee, Reports" FrU
dsyvii .'"!(; i 'xT ..iWr''
t A WXIX oftcial said MenshikoV
cancelled the appearance aftef
viewiha ; the ; Stalin program on
CBS "PlavhQuse 90,?-,

"The Fearmakers." due in a a-bout
bout a-bout a month with Dana Andrews,
reveals how adViSencies and big
companies makeViyou believe or
fear anvih'ne.': The oicture also
shows how they "take" polls to
please aiv customer ... Rosemary
Hapris will appear in "The Dis Disenchanted."
enchanted." Disenchanted." Abou a writer ssM
?o cloieiy resembte the late F.
Soott'Fi'5:gealdMirs Harris' cos costume
tume costume will be a-towel.. .Mabel Mer Mer-:er
:er Mer-:er who has -: never been enjoved
outside the supper spots, makes
her stag- debut in "Monday

Nights at Nine" at thex Cherry
T.ne Thes'er Monday eve ...Tnn
Sherwood's new comic s' rip, "Will
Chance." i? be'ne syndicated by

himself. Jin- Gordon, radio an-

"0"nc'ei". wr:te" the b"0ons...Lou
Holtz's reminder:. "There's no
'brill to gpmbling unless you wa wager
ger wager more than you can a'ford."

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.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1951 '--v
IHK PANAMA AMEfcicAN AN UOEfUEKt' UULi' K3i S&yAPtiV

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r. by Erskme Johnso -m

"w.itin for tef vwaa" the

title of w th; was ,w :w
in iBy.;yout)i,i1ut;oiielp

never forget and -Ik doubw if, Hol

lywood evtr Wkeopjeini
adnrire-" Marilyn ;M&nroe. .nv
MarjlyBMowoeWslika ,Marilyi
, Monroe -or like Marilyn Monroe
But raort bt a people ait for
Marilyn Monroe;., Chs v' i

In Pi)(enir;:;vittheet
and a hatwi -herofi locauon

for "Bus-Stop aacu peen ax ax-ran
ran ax-ran sI.fc 4 waifeaVaUto

Marilyn Mver,';eame oqt.o aef
dreftinaf toAiWHS
- man, who bad ore' Ume.. waited
in Ptaoenk for 1 MarUyn i fotMn
days and jt. xmmM
.her hotel- oom.v Oriay It
Newenav:ia'4'V-fvft
Mirilyn ,ta tome out .airplane.
Uyn. Newlineo ..haye rwaitedVy for
MarilyntoHwraowtrain.
Trains avtaitedrv Mafilyn.
Movlei nrwceti,i ,mufcand Ar
tlmr Jiiiite,7A-clothe:e8ignera
have waitefot MMarilyhWaiter
have -waij4;'r jMat?Iyn:

urn

: BUT;A';t1orestrai;a8.

Ved waiting for Matilyn .mn

Jsmething new; t'mougw orwcwc
lome 'mueicK titled 4: liyaitinf
x Marilyn'' to m M men would
ave 8unwthjg:io, play ,while tbey
waited: Btft-a.tJe-tat there oa
the TOundiorejcordrag tage. aome,
dozed but no one looked unhappy
because moat of thm had 'never
seefi Marilyn Jn? the flesh;. And, t
everyefle" knowsviMBrllyn,: Monroe
in ther flesh imethteg. worth:
waiting lor,"Which ''.iaV wh jf ipeople
Wait '"':'f'r. i.Kz-
It's the' day Marilya will re record
cord record the jeongvf Running; Wild'V
for her new movitw"Som JLik Jt
Hot," in which she wing with n
all-girl -band, .and the moment
ftnallv mvrimi and the d(VW own

and Maop -g

SHI'S f wIARING darav gun-

glasses, WOnde Hair piled aoop er
head, Mto-fit1ting.multi? striped

Capri pants ad a fliinepg W01

. the Marilyn; Mtanroe men-ind'

men-itf -waiting KHE Marilyn Mon
roe entourage. v
There! are- her drama coach,
Paul $raiburg; her- secretary,
Mae Reis;"; her husband, Arthur
MiUet andi'JafckHCole, i-the" chofre
jprpn,-.i,..5 fit. ,..'V
;. r -:,
The Adoring .men come' to life
like one big pep pill has hit them
and then w work starts The or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, sits bn-a series of elevated
platfcf ws fronted byAamsM 8
18 microphones. To assure deli deli-ty
ty deli-ty and full; control,' the music will
Jm ncwded on wtihree j? separtte,
channs'sf and.Mairilyh -i' oh gp.
fourth. T6; prevent"' seepage from
one .soiind track to, another. "Mar "Marilyn
ilyn "Marilyn wUltBd-rM-aTaoiind-pwof-booth
and listen to-. fliav musip
into ij .spiBCia microphone.5 ; x

'karijyn'ls rushed fcto the

like it's airtime: jShe remeves her

darK glasses puts on the ear

phones and a rehearsal, .starts.

Thereom false atacMkrilya h

laie, ,as usuai, ana ; men x. inings
rtarMlfing'.ii4 pmpvfctZ-iz;
. The- rehearialsrjo bit ahi ffthrt

maruyn jmsnes n intercom but button
ton button In .her booth o Malneck can

near ner. riaiiy.-:sne irsayi,

now aooui a Jiuie- more jadda-da-jaddaf
aheVlsThi ;-.'filai

naa, a ,3929 Jazier j- background

isX ''"' 1 win

TH IRI'S OMLvl-ctt'd'-sdi.

jadda -and when tiwy ''finally re-

coraf -puaBin'wiio .jaaruyn

oouneet aaa wiggiea around in
her tiftle' soundproof booth like

a quiz !howm contestant locked
up .with 'a- bumble beei

KThereid e more -hour a and
work. riM the recording stage for
Marilyn and tmonth.iof 'work for
her. in int of the movie cam-

raa on stages and 5 on- locaton for

"In TV." she jmUesi'thev'd d

;.in vra weeasv h

She dwns the-, .dark Masses

ovb hen eycs-'.he Session is over

ptczs uo her purse and her en

tourage falls !tot-iint.;'.--Vj.'.'.

she leads; the proce$sio&out the

aMgtii'ffoori tan' fi

A .:
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Course At YMCA

Opens Monday

a-"

"The Do's and Dent's of Fower

Arrangement ', will be the subiect
of the -opening lecture at a tropical

flower-course Monday... at 9:30.

j-jiib 1 u i j eisiu inunuax ses sessions
sions sessions at the Balboa Y.M.C.A. and
will again be- taught ..by, Mrs; Pat
Morgan, assisted, by Mrs. Arnold
Hodgson;.; j ..'.t ,J.;

a On foseven succeeding Monday

mornings JMr. Par Morgan cover
several. rSHbjects basic principles
of design and color harmony; de

monstrations of types of flower ar arrangement:
rangement: arrangement: cut flowers in design:

fruits, vegetables and seeds in de design:,
sign:, design:, exotic materials.

iSpecial .features of the "class will
ws.- iessiMt iMogan's. Gardeni
i ; 1 i a : l

unrisimaa piani arranKemeiiis,

and flower show by fhe students
in December.

There will be no evening classes

this Frfl. All prospective students
are asked to register in advance

for -the morning' course.

Tne course is free, and open to

tne-puoiic. Those interested may

Call Z-Z839 Or Z-Z759.

The Balboa .Y.M.CA.-U.S.O Is a

member agency of the Canal Zone

United Fund., J

Has Meetina v
Tonight At 7:30

IT'S JOsTLIKI .t,TV-

All councilmen' of the Paralso
Civic Council are requested 16 T at-

tena a special meetine tonight in
oui the muic room j of the Paraiso

ri l .... ir.li. -rl lTi1k CaUamI -. va 1

snow, one can ; Bee fl'-y waf jimi i,,ou wnen mai-1

necK,- cofftfew,.c4nau6

music ,supevisor of, "Spme Like
It Hotv? and he. can "' see her
through a'seundpiwof glass paneL

wide M, election be .discussed.

Members of the Congress of Ci Civic
vic Civic Councils (Latin: American are

reminded bhat the 'meeting

schedule;' toj-he held at Rainbow
City .tpmorrow knight will be held
at the Pariso High School instead.

;:rtailmgKat):S0?;;

;YC)URr F IRE WEEK! HOMEWORK

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Score iYour Chances On A Fire

r:--. v.--

At Your Home

' All Canal Zone achool children (Grades l throueh 6), have

been required to: fW out the following questionnaire, on fire hai-
f Chlldr en' liavtf. beeri requested to ask their parent!" help,
i VThia is. a -cooperatlve-effort of the tM Zonewhoola with
the" Omatione. Til Division:; ijj bservanca br-Tto Invention
Week October 6-13. TH'X.'"-- V;
Clift. Oils fltiesfloM rivfr at to your

, teOTher?;;- f!r rir;''', ' ;-.

3 '"t"V"."."'--!'i!'."''--'f'

; tiTjb(iit thf havetnafot fruit ftvrt, and

1 Ol1rL7lorli

0

Tea

Are atorage arew lent clear 'of rubbish?'

-.:Ndi8hlagardi8poad j6fprop
erly : stored &wJ"S.j"-,:viS-'. .W.-' v. . m "n.
Are oll' mopa in' -fij,S -yeplated
r container placwi .v"--'..; .,.
Is gasoline or other flammable ilquida
. aiigome; ;..
:$&pooiUNi hazards'. C
Is "grease permitted to accumulate on
-StOC f -Vf; '.' jatje'.- a,-'' "'' !eL w
la kerosene or other flammable liquid .... -U.-:
everused Soil itaxZtln&?r!&$i&- ".
Aretlotheekept. away iroiri,JieterviJM ...
dry closet, or dry- lockerf ipiViViv... ,V '.
Arecurtfclni,;4owel n dother cloth or
combustible-materials kept away from
stoves .a, other ju? eea t beet? i i ;
. .MATCHES iXJi CARELESS SM0atbO
ArematflB
Is every room .equipped with.3idnrCom-' K'y'
buatlbie ash -traya UfU '
Do all member ;of f therflmilyf idaake -sure
cigarettes, matches; etc are out 'be
fore disposing of them? "'
Does ehyone at youromelaioke; a.to; ;
bed? .. .I.'v;.,.. ..'(
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
Are qualified .electricians, only, used for
electrical. wiring and repair work? .....
Are all electric appliances properly test-
ed'fOr fireahock and safety?
Are there ? enough, electrical outleta
at home? ., ,. .-. -L.

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Big Liners'to Sail
Aspliicers'Sirike
Vilhdravn By Union
' NEW: YORK fUPIV-Mr.hFit

ship officer called off their six-

day strike Monday night, .freeing
estimated ; 60; vessels,- including
several large passenger vessels,
to resume .sailings...;
A spokesman for the United
States Line said th linr Tini

ted SUted ; and America

sail. on. their next scheduled de departure
parture departure dates, Oct. l and Oct.
The strike was ended through
the good offices of AFL-CIO Pires Pires-idenit
idenit Pires-idenit George Meany, who stepped

s arpiiraior oi me aispute
between, the : International organ organ-ljration
ljration organ-ljration of. Masters, Mates and
Pilots attd 20-mairw v.mt .nj

pulf coast ship operators repre-

jjuicu oy me American merchant
Marine ylnstitu'e. r
. The dispute Is not yet resolved,
but the parties agreed Jo the is issues
sues issues which Meany wiU-decide as
frbttotor'. ; The union announced
that picket lines would be re removed
moved removed immediately from the
ships.. Mesny set Oct. 21 as the
date- of the first arbitration ses session.
sion. session. V At ;.issue; are vacation over overtime
time overtime and working condition de demands
mands demands primarily. The union an announced
nounced announced that it had agreed to
withdraw a demand that masters
of ; four of the largest steam steamship
ship steamship lines be hired throueh its

PeopirAiHones t, Says Garrett

As Friend Pays Ub AHgrfym

!Rrnvmnt nr SI

Darsnnal Min vnfh liohtlv. Mar

50 per cent added as interest has
convinced Canal Zone Police Of Officer
ficer Officer William, P. Garrett, of Gatun,
that people are basically honest

a lew aaya aso- uarreti receiv

ed a postal-money order for llOOkddress and wrotrtirhlr brbtheri
frnm a man .in Pint Tvi fpAm M th K.iiiMt ... .- ..J

4. Are multiple outlets used for appliances?
5. Do electric irons have metal stands?
6. Are all extension cords kept out in the
open? i .-. .'. j. ... i
Score yourself as follows: Excellent All or majority "yes";
Good More than"half "yes"; Poor Leas than half "yes."

(Name)

(Grade)

(School)

ELimriATE KIDNEY TROUDIG
It you (Ml run down dua to common I thai thraa wayi: 1. Combats tarraa

irrltationa of th kidnara and bladdar.

If thai trouble maka you faal old,
tired, nervoua and dapraiaad, try
Cyttax today, Mayba tbaro ara rarmi
lrrltattns tha dellcata tubea of your
. fcidnaya and bladdar. If thai do not
function waHihajr rwrir HalnW
texT yo?r bl0 ro "tn,a aelda'and
- lavltallz Yaur Klrfnayt
Cyatax, an lntarnal madloina of ef ef-eaetlT
eaetlT ef-eaetlT action daralopad by Tha Knoi
Company Laboratory, Loa Ansalaa,
CalUornla, to now halplnji thouaaads

In tha kidney and bladder. l.-r-Helpe

Kinney to clean ouc aciaa ana poiaon
oua waataa from blood. I. soothe
and calm Irritated tlieue. Th f lrrt
do of Cyatax roea to work ff
Uvely helping your kidney and uri urinary
nary urinary ayitera clea. ont acid and frrl":
tMlflr rrm. One thee tool raeulta1
ar obtained you bscln to fael muck

batter. Oet Cyatax today from your
drusator and how much batter
you will feel tomorrow. Cyatex I tha
effeotlre mdiln far kidney aa
bladder trouble.

yiur -old

from a man in Clute, Texas, from
whnm ha. hafl' -nnt 1iaI i a m

they served, together with the Ar

my engineers ai ron ueivoir,
Virginia. The jnoney order, ac-
comnanicrl hv a lotto Vina

forgiveness for "my "betrayal of

your generosity and kidness many
years aco." was renavmunt nf

$65 loan made in 1927.

The -story of the loan and the
renavment nrnviisa a avinattns

insight to human behavior, ;"

According to fiarrpft ho anrl hl

friend attend g denominational col
lege in Tennessee together in 1926
when both were only 17 years old.
The two ripriripri in an in Willi.

ineton in Snptomr.pr nf that

to seek their fortune or at least a

trovernment Jon. Not successful in
their nricinaJ nlana thov ininA

a I jW'HbU
the Army and served at Fort Bel-
i X XI .

voir rogeiner..
The following year the friend de decided
cided decided on a "nurchased discharge"

to return to his home states of

Louisiana to set marriorl Nut hav.

ing the necessary amount, he bor borrowed
rowed borrowed $65 from his friend.
Garrett heard nothing from his
friend of the debt until last spring
when he received a letter from

his brother, a' minister who was

". -Slav's

I then conductmg 'rvlvat'meetm'ga

m uvwauuit. ma orpmer wroie
that aomeone inthe audience ao-

proachedhim and 'Mked if he

miEnr D reiatfrf .'-Tn' .rt.in

Whitman Garreti.'The Rev, Gar
rett save the inaa.iii w4wnthr'

.... P'.l ii i m

Eddie Denies Talk

Of sMexico Divorce

ToiWed Liz Taylor
. TS Ma aW

nuiA,i wuyu, OCX. 8 tiU'll,

Nothihe rurthvVak Ha.ifl hm

matter until rmnntUi taa iMAnAr

----- fvvvuMj ti uv iu laavj
order and lettert'ee"rftMved.

Accordinc tn flarrAlK rhliiifio.':

inal loan was mart, ah int-n.h.

15 1927. and thft nutiav arHor

purchased iust 31' years later io
the exact date'' H-d

In his letter i.th3

aaia in pan:"uotr haf been good
to me in helping me to find the the-nght
nght the-nght way at this late date ind
giving me the desire to right some some-of
of some-of the wrongs I have committed
in the past."

Garrtt ha urPitAH ki. tj

" ..lu ujo uni-
time friend, to. thank hiin for the'
monev and in

ess for its lateness. e ,. ; j

Singer Eddie Fisher has "sai?

'"iner;s no rrutn to the story" that
he 4raa olannirlff tn rlivnna atvaaa

Debbie Reynolds in Mexico tcJaar
tha-way for, marriage to EUiabeth
Tylor;vv '. -,

,w,wu, wuu auur eu mist tayior;
around jNeu rk ore this ?um
aration from Debbie, denied tha

rumors Yesterday. ,, t

Accordmgto -his agent, PisheiM
still nlans to let" iris p.rtranp,iMft

obtain divorce in California.

sttin itcii?
GUIDED

I our Kln na jniinon oi pore
Where rmsiHdr causing Itch, pain.

-paellrts, acne.yblackheade, ringworm,

.alfc (iftimarv ramcflaa onlv viva mo

meotary reliVf bKauae they don't kill

Wbar germs 1

,tev Ordlna

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rJ cue of your, akin trouble.

For the Best

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Tftt PAftAMA AMERICAN AM tMHYEKlltN? DAILY NEWSPAPER
: THTRSD AT, OCTOBER I, 1851

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"BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON
ENTERTAIN GUESTS AT EMBASSY PARTIES
Recent social events at the British Embassy include
luncheon party given by the British Ambassador arid Lady
11 Henderson in honor of Mr. Donald Fit Ritson who is vislt vislt-?
? vislt-? tag the Isthmus from Jamaica. The guests included Re.
": Alphonse, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Halman, Mr. and Mrs. G.
' 'a farewell compliment to Mr. Harold HaHiwell, Third
Secretary of the Embassy, was a cocktail party given by the
Hendersons. Mr. Halliwell will be transferred soon to Tegu-
elgalpa.

Aclys Postpone
Tonight's Party
In recognition of this day of of official
ficial official mourning for the death of
Pope Pius, Mr. and Mr. R.
Austin Acly have postponed in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely the party which they
had planned for this evening at
their home on La Cresta.
Mr. Acly is charge d'Affaires ad
Interim of the U. S. Embassy in
Panama.

Wives' Club Luncheon
Features Football Motif
In keeping with the season, a
football motif was the table decor
for the Fort Clayton Officers' Wiv Wives
es Wives Club luncheon Tuesday. The
theme of the day was accentuated
with a yellow chrysanthemum at
eachj.plaee setting.
Hostesses for the occasion
were the Medical Wives, with
Mrs. Leonard F. Wilson chairman.
Mrs. Lee Ahr presided at the
Sherry Hour which preceded the
luncheon.
Highlight of the afternoon was
an informative review of Ester
Wier's book "Army Social Cus Customs"
toms" Customs" by Mrs. John C. Nickerson.
New members introduced by

Mrs. Russell Hechinger, club pre.
sident, included Mrs. James E.
Aiken, Mrs. Joseph Muckerman,
Mrs. Henry G. Smart, Mrs.
George R. Beer and Mrs. Wendall
Knowled. Guests at the luncheon
were Mrs. Charles W. Reeves,
Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. Blaine W.
Butters and Mrs. Wayne F. Le Le-Fleur.
Fleur. Le-Fleur. Mrs. Edwin V. Cavaleri was the
winner of the door prize.

Returns To States

Miss Dorothy Dillon returned to

her home in Washington, D. C.
yesterday after a visit on the
Isthmus. She was the house guest
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ed Ed-man
man Ed-man of El Cangrejo.
Family Farawell Party
G vn At Tlvoll
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Wies Wies-man
man Wies-man were guests of honor at a
family dinner party Sunday at the
Tivoli Guest House. The Wiemans
plan to leave the Isthmus this
month to make their home in
Fayetteville, Ark.

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War Gear Expert
Aided Filming Of
'Naked, And Dead'
The contributions of Jungle
Jim Price to the shooting of the
var film "The Naked and the
Dead" in Panama last year have
been noted in "The Hollywood
Lowdown," by Sid.
Outlining that during World
War II Jim was an adviser to
the Army quartermaster .Gener .General
al .General in Washington on the de design
sign design of jungle clothing and
equipment for Pacific cam campaigns,
paigns, campaigns, the columnist contin continues;
ues; continues; "Recently Jungle Jim was
back with the World War II
troops who were wearing the
pants, shirts, jackets, and pon ponchos
chos ponchos he designed, this time in
his capacity as technical advis advisor
or advisor on "The Naked and the
Dead."
A noted guide and explorer,
Jungle Jim has lived 37 years in
Central America and Panama.
He was born in Lebanon, Virgi Virginia,
nia, Virginia, and grew up in Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, Alabama.
He is k member of the Ex Explorers
plorers Explorers Club of New .Yorlianfl is
a recognised authority' on the
Darien jungle of Panama.

THE DEVIL'S
. if
CORNER 1
-V ly BARBARA ELICH
CZJC items to be off to a good

stars spirit-wise. Although JC did
not ds too well at the Jamboree,
the pariy held afterward at the

Summit Hills Gou Club was a Dig
success and all those who went
thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
fhua b'liriuntc wrn atnded the

Jaflibovett are to be congratulated
on the noise, cheers, and yells
they made, and on the spirit thus
displayed. Jimmy Selby, especial especial-ly,
ly, especial-ly, reveaied himself in hij true
"green" colors tail, horn, and all.
(All h(.j whn received nolsemak-

ers are i winded o bring' them

to the gam Btwn uh: ana j

rnday nignt).
Brian. Cox. editor-in-chief of the
Conqui"tadr reports that the s
is running well ahead of schedule
and thlnss are going smoothly.
This year's bookpromises (o be
one of the best that we have put
out in many a year lucky sopho sophomores,!
mores,! sophomores,! One sophomore, Brian Cox, and
turn frpfhmin Rerhelle Head and

Hlnria T.iit urc initiated into

Phi Theta Kappa last Friday at
12:30. Congratulations, and keep
tip the good work.

Familiar scenes around JC:
Herb Schneider and Billie Sue
SDencer areums about her "bird

cage". .Dia,ne Hearne flashing
her new rine. .Madse Smith

earnestly studying her Survey of

Engliih Literature. .mcy Bry Bryant
ant Bryant snoriins a bandaeed had-'ak

ins over where Helen Nita left

off, N-wcy?. . .Burtie Mead

smoking O. P.'s in the lounge.
Ben Thomas doins special experi

ments in the lab but not for Mr.

Vinton. .

Rio Abajo Society
To Have Picnic
To Puerto Pilon

The Rio Abajo Missionary Vol Volunteer
unteer Volunteer Society has announced a
Grand Picnic to Puerto Pilon on
Sunday. Busses wl leave from
the S.D.A. Central City Church
of Panama City and also from

the Rio Abajo Church at 7:30

a.m.

There will be special features

to-' provide fun, entertainment

and recreation. Special prizes

will be given.

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Shorter Skirts Destined
To Re ma in In J;a s mop

By fAARY PRIMI

NEW YORK' tUPI) Hike up

those hemlines ; and keep ; m
there, eirls. Short skirts aren't

just a passing fancy, says award-

winning oeaiwier Arnoia ocai.

"Short skirts wm stay m quite

a while. They're pretty, and make

women look nretty. The widder-ton

line sn will be fashionable next

year," scaasj preaictea in sn in interview
terview interview be'or receiving th Coty
American Fashion Criies' Awards.

The C.n radian-bom dewier, in

his mid-20's, won the "Winme
atuptte for" h' contribution to

the glamor of late-day and even evening
ing evening fashions. He was rited for b's

made to-order conceotion in ready
to-wear clothes his innOVtions in
cut which redefined the figure in
flatterine terms, and hi particu particular
lar particular contributions to the current
vogue for dramatic short evening
ensembles.

Th awards are chosen annual

ly by a jury of about. SO fashion
editors and nresnted at a fh fh-ion
ion fh-ion show at the Metropolitan Mu

se" m of Art.

The crjt.es' highest honor, the

"Hall of Fame Award." ws des-
trnted nosthmousln to Claire
McCardell. a leading American
designer for 20 years until ,-ber

de'th Kst March.

Ben Z"ckermn, who got the

"Winnie" in 1952. won a "return
award for his tailored fashions."

"Snecial awards" went to Jean
Schlumberper. de'ner of nre nre-cious
cious nre-cious iewp's for Tiffanv and Co.,
and Donald Brooks, 29, who de de-sins
sins de-sins casual-clothes.
"Dress to suit yourself. The
'look' this vear actually Is not one
look but many the ti?ht wat
and full skirt, the sack, the slim
dress, the free-flowing line, and
the emoir," said Scaasi. a tem tem-neramental
neramental tem-neramental artist type, who had
trained in' Canada and Paris and
set up shoo in Nre York 'n 1951.
He has no favorite silhouette
"iust so it's prettv" but i partial
to the tight waist and full sk'rt.
"You can wear anv gtvle this
vear and he "in fashion" but the
dress must be made in 1958.

There's a great difference in

clothes made just a year ago, ne
said.

But he. allowed tjSatyornenfVho
spent $500 to' $6oa,or .' dress' last
year needn't retire it as moth-bait
this year. ?'A dress that tosti that
much is bound to be good for a
wh'le," Scaasi said.
Some of his creations include a
"T square" silhouette for daytime
short evening gowns with bellows bellows-shaped
shaped bellows-shaped skirts, and flaring evening
coats with elaborate folds set low
on roundedjSkirts.
He also used fur in bold de designsa
signsa designsa sable jacket with a giant
collar,, a ; draped avening coat o
leopard, -and a country outfit of

gray river otter pants, topped by

nn oner coat uneo in .Norwegian
blue fox. ; '-,

Square Dande Club
Sets New Date
For Practice
Because of an automobile
breakdown, Prof. Murphy and
his band were unable, to k.eep
their appointment with the Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive Social and Square Dance
Club last week.
The club -announced that
their next practice session is
scheduled for Saturday at 8 p.m,
In the Paraiso Gym. The band
will be on hand for the session.

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Add instant minced onion to the
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North and South could not have

been severely criticized if thev had

reached grand slam contract, as

me maKing oi 13 tricks only de
pends on a break in trumps.

West opens the the Club

queen which South wins with the
king; North playing the trev and

East the deuce. South leads the

deuce of spades which is- own with
dummy's seven; West playing- the

irey.

"One's first thought, on looking
at this play, is that South has seen
West's hand, Actually, he has done

nothing of the kind. This play is
absolutely marked:" It is obvious
that theieontratti.'csn be iosti only

11 one of the opponents holds all
four outstandine trumna.' If the

kin is led right out, the contract

is sate only it West holds all four
spades, but is lost if East holds

them. Similarly, the contract is

safe if the ace of spades is led
and East holds the spades, but
here again it will be lost if they
lie with West. The immediate fi

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When Loray gets the papert di divorcing
vorcing divorcing her from Sammy Pavis
Jr. and let's call it the most
predictable deeree of the decade
she'll embark on a film career,
It's all part of thek deal that broke
up Sammy ,.nd his most: famous
lady loveyfbelataggiQ
of the hospital IftererioW'boot
with ulcers. .The most interesting
rumor in show business has Judy
Garland considering doing a show

at the Metropolitan Opera House
rather a far cryJrom, the Palace
scene of her greatest success. An
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impresario namea narry .eizcr i
sunnosed to be negotiating with

Rudolph Blng. . . v
David O. Seiznick and Jenifer
Jones are about to make news,

intimates predict. Depressing
note for true believers in the music
world: Ella Fltgerald, who follow followed
ed followed Lawrence Welk's concert at the
Syria Mosaue in Pittsburgh the

very next nighty, did -less than

halt as much business at tne oox

office,

Abbe lane's staff ll oivlno
out the rttwi that the purchased
$50,000 wort of Italian ewnt
for htr. new ilcht-elup sCT,tThf
Customs effltlfls mutt nave col col-lected
lected col-lected a pretty sum when they,
saw that wardrobe listed on her
declaration; ordinary ladles
ar anlv allowd to- balna'in $500

worth ef jrirt-fre elothei when
they re-erihirihe US: W

It'll be back to tb slclc bay

aaain for Julie Andrews nexi

month. The staRiM London's "My

Fair Lady"; is scheduled to have

htwo wisdom v wth A fWi eted, .and

she'll have to ;b out jwf the .show
once more; tTohsllitis retired her

from the boards for several days

few weeks ago. Rex Harrison

and Robert Coote also have had

'sick leave, abstences. v,
'Hal' Borne, who quit as musical

director for Marie IcDpnald, will
write and produce a night club
act for Cathy Crosby. ... Lady

Suzanne Wilkins, wife of the not-
1 1 A f '. 1

ea explorer, wm ao a ponrau jn

oils of Princess Margaret for Brit

ish publications. .. Charlote Manson
the radio-TV actress who has suf suffered
fered suffered mightily as the heroine of

many a soap opera, is currently
soine through agonies ..that' few

scriot writers could top. She's in

tne Hospital lor joint diseases

with a broken back result of a
'U down a flight of steps in Fire
Island. Doctors fear she may

never walk again. v v

Television alley's most Interest

ing auiz question is: Will Edie

Adams be one of tne original east

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Town" when it becomes' a video
spectacular this season unH if nnt

why not? .(The, report; .Somebody
with a lot of influence is trvlnff

to scuttle .Edie.) .Yul Brvnncr'a

most determined fan. 2 tpenati

European actress,, plans to follow
him to.JIollywood. 4 .Fran Warren
and tht : Sands Hotel in-. T,b Vb.

: were soj nbapnjrx'vl, each other
she left the job two weeks before

scneawea. Her version: she

thought it wss unreasonable of the
manaeement in k hpr tn rhons

her style to "suit the taste of crap-

anouiera. .un, siop arreuyi Steve
Allen, who has written five books
Of OrOSe and noMrv nnt tn man.

tion sones (and let'a forat hi.

cinema chores and TV talents) is,
putting together a book of his own

cariooms.
roadwsyites visiting Italy
are getting a big chuckle er
the billing given -te Roberto Rei Rei-Mini's
Mini's Rei-Mini's new documentary telev
i on series. Its baina mdvnlt.

. ed, with what appears to be hid

mrt significance, as "India As
Only Roberto Resselllni Sees
It."
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A local real estate chair Is
making the big p'tch to buy up
all lease en the blockhouiing
the famous Llndy's resfourant,
gat complete control ef the pre
perty a fid tear down everything
to build huge office building.
GeorgeShearing's lawyer rs
tryteg ttf; trg'ck' down a mjnor
music Publishing enmnanv cur.

rentlv edvertixine hnnV nt r.

rangemepts by the celebrated

pianist, ueorge claims the ar
rangements were lifted illegally
and. badly-from some of his earl
iest recordings in the United

Buenos Aires is buzzing v with the
rumor tha Juan Peron has alert alerted
ed alerted his supporters to expect his re return
turn return within 60 days. .The belle
with Prince Mahmoud Pahlevl
(brother of the Shah of Iran) at
the Stork Club the other evening
was Sherry Anholt. Dody Good Goodman's
man's Goodman's after-theatre date is George
Marcy of "West Side. Story"
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" figures
to make $10,000,000, judging from
the early box office reoorts. The
experts believe Liz Taylor's head headlined
lined headlined involvement with Eddie
Fisher has helped bring in the
customers, although they expected
the picture to do well even if
she'd remained the heartbroken
widow of -Mike Tddd. As one de
lighted executive remarked at a
recent MGM board of directors
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Mr. andMrs. Otis Myers,

Plan ar:1eing mad for re retirement
tirement retirement party honoring jMri and
Mrs. Otil C Myers, -The event be
given by the Engineering' Division
of the.. Panama, Canal Company
November, 21 at the American Le Legion
gion Legion Club t Fort Amador, The
dinner dance' will' start at 6:30
p.m. ;t

feoth Mr. and Mrs. Myers have
been active in community affairs
and are well-known on both sides
of the Isthmus. Tickets and table
reservations may be obtained by

tailing jsaiooa 2691. v

Mtrriast Is Announced
Announcement -has been : made
in tnu cufof the recent marriage
of Miss Adela Green of Panama
dtv and Mr. Frank Gonzalex.

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ed recently ut lew jersey.
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in. the proDiems oi uann Amen

ta. H said were was a tiyun

need" for more missionaries!
The educator. Paul V. Murray,

spoke at ceremonies marking the
hpsinninff of St. Bonaventure Un

iversity's second century of exist existence.
ence. existence. ....

Murrav. who was presented me

University's Catholic Action

medal, declared tne prooicms oi
Latin America long have been ne

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Crape Seur Cream Ring
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fruits in season. Garnish with
lresh mint let ves, if desired.
Cauliflower is news, loo. So is
this veiy pleasant wsy to serve

Frtih Csullflowar Pelonalse
Oleld: servings)
Wash l large head cauliflower
(about 13 4 pounds) and place in a

saucepan with 1 inch boiling wa

ter and t teaspoon salt. Bring to
boiling point, uncovered, and cook
S minutes. Cover and cook 5 min minutes
utes minutes lonfcr or until 'ender. Drain
If necessary. Saute Vt cup soft
bresd crumbs in 1-4 cup butter or
mirgirine until lightly browned.
Add 1 tablespoon fresh lemon
juice, l IS teaspoon fl-ound black
pepwr snd Mi. teaspoon parlka.
Sprinkle over hot cauliflower.

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Educator Urges Catholics
To Aid In Latin America

UNION CHURCH
Margarita
The governing body of the
Margarita union Church has
been called to meet Monday
night by Its chairman,. Carl F.
Maedl.;Miedl explained, that the
chuxch 4 inrhenvldstf wan wan-ping
ping wan-ping Its every member canvass.
The ifanvass not only Includes
the financial budget for the
year but the entire church pro program
gram program as well. All groups within
the church are represented on
the church council and thus will
Share In making some of the
major decisions relating to the
church budget and program.
Sunday, O t, 12 will Include
the regularly scheduled services
At the 8:30 Coco Solo service and
the 11:00 a.m. Margarita serv service,
ice, service, the Pastor will speak on the
topic "Paralyied by Sin." As Assisting
sisting Assisting in the ministry of hospi hospitality
tality hospitality will be Mr. nd Mrs. C A.
nr.pnA t coco Solo and Mrs. R.

T. Coniey and Mrs. C. J. Oenls

&t Maraarlta service:

The evening youth activities
will include the Confirmation
Class at 6 p.m. and the Youth
Fellowship at t:l9. The Youth
Fellowship will present a strip
entitled T'Great Personalities."
Marion Smith will be the devor
tlonal leader.

English Policemen

Share $700,000

From Soccer Pool

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MARGATE, England (UPl)

FiSteen policemen and tnree ci

vilian eiaployes at a police sta station
tion station in this coastal resort were

in Una today to.snsre a record
1700.000 iackDot ior torreetly fore

casting the results of eight soc soccer
cer soccer matches ;

The priin.'-jwhlch uiey ww snare
as menibss ot a "syndicate'! who

entered draws igainst .eignt

v.m.i in last saturdsvs Britisn

footbail games, will be the biggest
in "foo'liall pools" history: The
l.tt Uitrl.net Wll WOn bv

coal miner Tom Riley last April,
, Officials of Littlewoods, Brit

ain's biggest pools tirm, said tne
Margate svndicate won the entire
"first dividend" because its entry
wss 'he t.nly one of several mil million
lion million entered that auallfle'ci for 24
ooints at three points peT drawi

Under the legalized pools bet bet-tin
tin bet-tin system, a "treble "chance"

coupon allows three points for a
draw, two tor 'an away win basd
on the secohij-nsmed team win winning
ning winning and H for a h6me victory.
Constable Jamesr Upton,, father
of seven children,! organized the
syndicate and ha five .;- 14-cent
shares in it. The $33 0 a week
cep stands to get about (140,000 at
his share. 1 .
Members of the, syndicate said
they had h r e d; the cost of a
13.50 crupon every' week for the
last seven ears. Their coupon

contained a complicated permuta permutation,
tion, permutation, but the actual line that won

cost two cents.! w:

"For some years you have been
told that American Catholics have
not produced their share of intel intellectual
lectual intellectual work," said Murray, "and
this is especially true, I am sorry
to say, in the Latin American
field, where the work of a relativ relatively
ely relatively few bishops, priests, nuns and
brothers has outshone the combin combined
ed combined efforts of the laity,"
He urged Catholic lavmen to
enter Latin American life espe especially
cially especially in the fields of teaching, so-

c ai sciences, government and di diplomacy,
plomacy, diplomacy, and business.

i .

omniums an annea for mnrp

Latnoiic missionaries to the coun

tries south of us, he said:
"Frankly, we cannot stand irllv

by and wait for two or three ge generations
nerations generations while the, Latin Americ American
an American bishops trv to train the 135.000
priests the Holy Father has hut

told us are lacking In the Latin
American church."

The St. Bonaventure expertise

began with the sinitine of a solemn

pontlficial mass 'by the Most Rev.

Ameito triovanni Cicognani, apost apostolic
olic apostolic delegate to the United Stares.

Any man who takes over in

xne Kitchen can outcook his

wile," says Eugene Earle, chief

at an alriines's flight kitchen.

wnoa, tnere, Mr. Earle. Let's
look at the facts. When Papa
takes over in the kitchen and
really does himself orourOh i

showing off for guests. Mama has
cleaned he horse, polished the
silver, arranged the flowers, done

the marketing, and probably

council everyming Dut the piece

ue resistance, a which Papa
shines.

Furthermore, she has probably

vuuneu a meat lor tne children,

jcu mem in aavsnce and cleaned

up the kitchen. Then afterward
stood at the mas'er's aide, hand handing
ing handing him each thing he calls for

ana trying to soothe his ruffled
nerves if the knife he has never

Dotnered to sharpen for her has

to have s razor edge put on it
before heN ean chori un the ton

quality roast he is using for stew

meat.

But With Mama waitincr on

him like an operating room nurse

speeuing tne jod ot a surgeon,

and the guests bragging on his

genius with seasonings, Daddy-0
can wind un the eveninff look

ing mighty good.
But what would the meals he

like if the man of the house
took on the not- so- elamorous

job of turning out three meals
a day seven days a week, vear

after year?

I have a Drettv ffood Idea. A

friend of mine wss recently in

the hospital for a few weeks,
and when she got home the first

thing her children said Was, Gee,

mom, wnen can you cook us a
mealp Dad's been giving us
breakfast cereal every single
meal and we sure are tired of
breakfast cereal".
I've no doubt that father who
gave his kids a choice of criSpies
or jumpies or snaopies every time
mealtime came along could learn
to shine as a chef, cooking a tas tasty
ty tasty dish for guests whenever he
happened to be in the "creative"
mood.
But is that cooking? Not from
a woman' point of view. That's a

production, with pap in in the
starring role and Mama doing

the dirty, work.

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NEW OFFICERS Officers of Balboa Assembly One, Order of Rainbow for Girls, are shown after their installation at the
Scottish Rite Temple In Balboa. In the front row. from left, are Christine Harrison. Karen Kadeau," Christine Huff. Naomi
Litvhv Maxlne Baggott and Marjorle Miller. Middle row, from left: Charlotte Schultz, Dorothy Strumph, Beverly Smith, Milli
Dejernette, Jo Anne Fields and Kav Flowers. Top row, from left: Harriet Oundersen, Janet Sutherland. Virginia Mauldin. Bu Bulls
lls Bulls 8u Spencer, Rochelle Head, Mrs. Buehler, Mother Advisor, Sandra McKay, Edith McNeil and Martha Miller.

Jury Call Makes Local History

In Prelude To Child-Murder Trial

MACON, Ga, (UPI) A jury

painstakingly extrac.ed lrom he
largest venire in local history was
o begin hearing evidence today
against Aniette Donovan Lyles,
charged wi.h the ant-poison mur murder
der murder of her 0-year-old daughter.
Capital punishment has been in inflicted
flicted inflicted on female defendants only
three times In Georgia history.
None has been sen enced to death

since the electric chair repiacea
hangin,' more than 30 years ago.

'Death is the oniy answer m

punishment for this brutal nn

errloie crime. iwcm

Char'es Adams. "We expect to

prove beyond any ooudi mat iurs.

Lyles committed this awtui act.

We will oemana nai me jvy -turn
a verdici of guilty without
mercy.";
F"ur Persons Dead
Mrs. Lyles, 33-yetr-oW fomer
ooera'or of a popular downtown

restaurunt, also is charged witn
poisoning two husbands and a
mothar in law by spicing their
food and drink with an arsenic arsenic-based
based arsenic-based anf poison. Only, the case
involving theelder of her two
daugh ri wss expected to be laid

before the jury, aitnougn prose

cu'ors indicated tney wouia we in
evidenca involving the other
ttiMMiyid &MtM
way the opposing barristers had
to select a panel of 12 plus two
alternates, The first Lday saw
them consider 62 of the special
list it veniremen befo-e they
agreed to seat 10 on the panel.
The. orematurely gray defendant
showed no outward emo ion rturi
ing trial opening. She consulted
frequently with her attorneys,
smiled at assorted winicisms they
employed to break tension among
'he veniremen and chatted with
her mothe and sister-in-law as
the examinations proceeded. ..
Al'hwgn now a rather amply amply-proportioned
proportioned amply-proportioned woman, the defend defendant's
ant's defendant's handsome face and nst
appearance caught the eye. She
clu'ehed a small, white leather leather-bound
bound leather-bound Testament as she scrutin scrutinized
ized scrutinized thfiue who might be called

ur"n in iudce her fate,

The prosecution has Indicated il
would call about 55 witnesses.
si' Cfcraia law, luwever, any
defens? evidence would automat automatically
ically automatically derrivr Anje te's lawyes
from inciting a concluding slate slate-ment
ment slate-ment to the jury, so i was ex expected
pected expected none would be submitted.
'Me cleiemipnt herse'f can tes testify
tify testify at any time she chooses. But
again, under Georgia law, her
statement can be given only
without benefit of oath, and no
cross-examination is permitted.

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- THURSDAY,' OCTOBER- 1958 JL
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Betting 11-10
Won t Beat

iff
By LEO H.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.,
waukee Braves called on
today;
Tbrea times list year he beat
the New York Yankees In an
1 Iron man performance which
! hadn't been accomplished In 37
years of frenzied World Series
, play. He cua n ay wummi
eventh and deciding game to
i give the Braves their first world
championsniy.
Now they're asking him again
1 to do the same thing with the
1 classic all squared away at three
i games each. On the other side
1 of the fence were the comeback
Yankees, who had trailed all the
anri finally managed to
in t.h Series. And tney
were confident as well as the
betting choices that they would
clima their comeDac Dy
' lng the tables on the casual man
' from the West Virginia moun mountains.
tains. mountains. The Yankees weren't certain
Who they were going to throw
i against the man who beat them
In the second game but who
they knocked out In the fifth
' game. However, manager Casey
Stengel Indicated that his chips chips-'
' chips-' down choice would be either
i Don (Perfect Game) Larsen,
. who beat the Braves in the third
1 game to keep the Yankees alive,
1 or another righthander, Johnny
Kucks who has appeared in this
Series twice in relief without a
decision.
Back of Stengel's indecision
was the prospect that he might
shoot with "Bullet Bob" Turley,
who won the fifth game and
rode to the rescue In the 10th
Inning yesterday.
At that explosive moment
there were two men out and
; two men on with the bounc bounc-lng
lng bounc-lng Braves, one run already a a-!
! a-! cross the plate and needing
i but one more run to tie it up.
; shooting to close it out.
Hank Aaron strained eagerly
on third base and, "pinch-runner
Felix Mantilla waited on first.
' At that moment, Stengel decid decided
ed decided that his fire-ball rejlef ace,
Ryne Duren, had "had It and
, called on Turley for the big out.
. Del Crandall was slated to bat
i for the Braves but manager
' Fred Haney put in the left left-:
: left-: handed hitting Frank Torre to
! awing for him.
Turley, a. comeback winner
himself in .that big fifth coh coh-,
, coh-, test, strode in from the bullpen
1 and took over.
He hardly broke a sweat. ?Bul ?Bul-i
i ?Bul-i let Bob" reared back and fired
i a strike across the heart of the
I plate. Torre fouled one off and
I on Turley's third delivery
' u
Yankees Now
Favorite 11-10
To Win Series
MILWAUKEE,1 Oct. 8 (UPI)
The Yankees, the betting fa favorite
vorite favorite for every previous game
of the 195S World Series, held
that honor to the end.
The American League, cham champions
pions champions were weven-ll" picks for
today's seventh and decisive
meeting with the Braves. Yan Yankee
kee Yankee rooters must Jay $11 to win
$10 under this professional
Vf point "spread." M 1 1 waukee
? backers must lay $10 to win
$10 even money,
ft These quotations were bas bas-'
' bas-' ed on the assumption that Don
P. Larsen would he New York's
H starting pitcher and Lew Bur-
dette would open for the
!' Braves.
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That Uwg
Yanks Again

PETERSEN
Oct. 9 (UPI) The MUJ
Lew Burdette to do it again
Torre lofted a soft line drive
which Gil McDougald took on a
timed run; to his right and the
ball game was over.
McDougaldl whose final put put-started
started put-started the winning rally in the
10th.
Thev were all tied at 2 to 2
when he stepped iap and deliv
ered a lead off home run in the
10th off weary Warren Spahn,
the 37-year-old southpaw who
twice had beaten the Yankees
and was shooting for the same
route-going triple which Bur Burdette
dette Burdette posted last year.
Spahn retired the next two
hitters and then the roof fell in.
Elston Howard singled. Yogi
Berra singled to send Howard
on to third and that's when
Haney decided Spahn was
through. He called on his fast fast-balling
balling fast-balling relief ace, Don McMa
hon, to put out the fire.
It wasn't to be. Big Moose
Skowron, in a slump at season's
end, slashed out a single which
scored Howard with what was to
prove the winning run. McMa McMa-hon
hon McMa-hon then got Duren on strikes.
Duren, who fanned eight of the
first 16 batters he faced, started
to close it out in the 10th when
he got Red Schoendienst on a
ground ball.
But then on a 3 and 2 count
to shortstop Johnny Logan,
plate umpire Charles Berry of
the American League called the
next pitch' ball four, with all the
Yankees protesting.
Then it was Eddie Mathews
stepping in and Duren got Urn
on strikesr-the 11th time bur burly
ly burly Eddie had gone down that
way for a new Series strikeout
record which Tubbed, out the
mark posted bv Rill Abstein of
the Pirates in 1909.
Fearing nothing now, Stengel
ordered Duren to go into his full
windup as he pitched to Hank
Aaron. On the1 first-pitch, Lo
gan scooted oricotttested down
to second. Then Aaron lined a
single to left and Logan raced
on home.
Now the Yankee margin was
only one run and that one out
they needed began to loom larg larger
er larger and larger. .
It became mountainous when
Joe Adcock stepped to the plate.
Stengel went to the mound to
confer with Duren.
"What are you planning to
throw to this guy?" Stengel ask asked.
ed. asked.
"Low stuff," Duren replied.
"Okay," said gtengel, leaving
him in.
But Adcock got hold of one of
those low balls and drilled it to
left field for a single which sent
Aaron charging to third.
With righthanded h 1 1 1 ing
catcher Del Crandall coming up,
Stengel called in Turley from
tne bull pen. Haney countered
with Torre but Turley coun countered
tered countered with his knockout punch.
Probable Lineups
For Seventh Game"
Of World Series
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 9 (UPI)
The probable starting lineup
for today's seventh game of the
1958 Wosld Series. 1
NEW YORK
Carey, 3b
McDougald, 2b
Bauer, rf
Mantle, cf
Howard, if
Berra, c
Skowron, lb
Kubek, ss
Larsen, p
MILWAUKEE
Schoendienst, 2b 1
Logan, ss "... tm
Mathews, 3b '!
Aaron, rf v
Adcock or Torre lb
Crandall, c
Covington, If
Bruton, cf
Burdette, p
Umpires: Gorman (N.L.) plate;
Flaherty iAJD lb; Barlick (N.
L.) 2b; Berry (A.L.) 3b. Foul
lines ;Jackowskl MN.L.) and
Umont fA.L,).
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Nw Vrk (A).
Cray, 3b
iuc ugald, 2b
Bauer, rf
Mantle, cf
Howard, If
Berra, c
Skowron, lb
Kubek, ss
A-Slaughter
Duren, p
Turley, p
Ford, p
Ditmar, p
B-Lumpe, ss
Totals 41
Milwaukat (N)
Schoendienst, 2b
Logans ss
Mathews, 3b
Aaron, rf
Adcock, lb
C-Mantilla
Crandall, e
D-Torre
Convington,
Pafko, cf
Bruton, cf
Spahn, p
McMahon, p
Totals
A-Grounded out for Kubek in 6th.
B-Struck out for Ditmar in 6th.
C-Ran for Adcock in 10th.
D-Popped out for Crandall in
10th.
E Schoendienst, Logan 5, Dit Ditmar,
mar, Ditmar, Bruton. DP Howard and
Berra; Crandall and Schoendienst,
LOB New York (A) 10, Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee (N) 9.
2B Schoendienst. HR Bauer.
McDougald. S Logan 2. SF
BeVra.
Ip H
Spahn (L) 9 2-3 9
McMahon 1-3 1
Ford 1 1-3 5
Ditmar 3 2-3 2
Duren (W) 4 2-3 3
Turley ,1-3
RBI McDougald, Bauer,
Berra, Skowron, Aaron 2, Spahn.
BB Spahn 2 (Slowron, Mantle,)
Ford 1 (Schoendienst Duren 2
(Addcock, Logan). SO Spahn, 5
(KUbek, Lump,4 Howard, Duren,
Carey); MoMihona (Daren) ; Ford
2 (Mathews, Crandall): Ditmar 2
(Crandall, Spahn); Duren 8 (Ad
cock, Crandall, Bruton 2, Spahn
2, Convington, Mathews). Ber
ry (A) plate: .Gorman (N) first
base; Flaherly (A) second base:
Barlick (N) third base; Umont (A)
left field; Jackwski (N) right field.
T 3:07. A 46,367. Receipts
(net) $277,263.60.
Cards, Giants
In 3-2 Trade
ST. LOUIS UPI)-The St. Louis
Cardinals today added two more
pitchers to their staff, one a rookie
and the o'her a grizzled veteran,
as a result cf a three-for-two deal
with the San Francisco Giants. No
cash was involved.
The Redbirds got righthanders
Ernest Broglio, 23, and 40-year-old
Marv Grissom Tuesday in ex exchange
change exchange for right-handed Billy Muf Muf-fett,
fett, Muf-fett, catcher Hobie Landirith and
third baseman Benny Valenzuela.
Brogi'o, who had an 8-1 record
and an earned run average of 4.34
with Phoenix in the Pacific Coast
League and was 9-3 with Toronto
in (he International League, was
belij'ed to be the main object of
tne uarennais in the trade. Broglio
had a 3.00 era in the Interna International
tional International circuit.
Grissom pitched in 51 games for
-the Oiants this year and had a 7-5
mark.
Muffett. 27, star hurler for the
Cards in 1957, had only a 4-6 mark
this past season. Valenzuela, 25,
spent most of last season with the
Cards' Omaha club and 28-year-old
Landrith, already a nine-year vet veteran
eran veteran of big league play, hit only
.215 last year.
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who intemt to register to: play in
th Pacific Llttle Liagu should
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Bulldogs

BHS FOOTBALLER J. Reyn Reynolds,
olds, Reynolds, who plays the, quarter quarterback
back quarterback position, is In his fourth
year with the Bulldogs. He is
a two-letter winner, makes the
split-T click, is a good ball
handler and runner.

SPORT SHORTS

WASHINGTON (UPI) -Caddies
who have toted President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's golf bag say that his fa favorite
vorite favorite club is the No. 4 wood.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI) -Dick
Harris, second baseman for
the Charlotte Hornets and son of
former major league manager Buc Buc-ky
ky Buc-ky Harris, will receive another
trial with the Washington Sena
tors next spring.
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Bruno
Haas, making his first start on
the mound for the Philadelphia
Phillies on June 23, 1915, allowed
16 bases on balls in his major
league debut.
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Lloyd
Waner, younger brother of the
Air Force Academy
Makes Grade As Big
Military Grid Team
COLORADO f SPRINGS, i Colo.
(UPI) .From now. on when you
talk about .the big military
academy football teams, be sure
to anclutia the Air Force Academy
right ia there with Army and
Navy because the Falcons' 13 13-13
13 13-13 tie with Iowa Saturday-, means
they're now a big-time team.
Mare than 800 Air' Force -cadets
who paid tbeir.owa way-lo Iowa
City to see the game saluted the
new era ; wvth -a wild ; celebration
on the field. -"""'Vs-'' ;,
And United'Press International
also salutes it today by vnaming
Falcon Coach Ben Martin, one
time two-sport stae,at. Navy, its
football "coach of tie; week.
The AUvFor.cc got its football
program into orbit right on sched schedule.
ule. schedule. It aimed far the 1958 seaion,
because this is the first year
that iho "wild blue' yonder" boys
have seniors On the squad. The
season got off the launching pad
a week a go" with -"a 37-6 Irouncing
of Detroit and. the tie with Iowa,
which had been ranked No. 8 na nationally,
tionally, nationally, wo&jconfirmation of an
orbit. ; 'v "N

PASS, AND THEN

Club Rams

At Balboa Toniaht

BHS GRID PLAYER. First
year man from Texas; father
is coi6nel in Air Force, Com Commandant
mandant Commandant of Latin American
School. He is a hard, fastjrun fastjrun-ner
ner fastjrun-ner and good passer, p. Cage
is his name.
famous "Big and Little Poison
combination, made 223 hits in
his first season with the, Pitts
burgh Pirates the major league
record for a rookie.
ANN ARBOR. Mich (UPD-
During 1948, Pete Elliott quarter
backed the Michigan team to the
Big len football championship,
was a first-stringer on the Michi
gan team that won the Big Ten
basketball championship aryi beat
famed golfer Harvie Ward in the
NCAA golf tournament.
Dave Sime To Be
lonesome' End
For Duke Saturday
DURHAM, N. C -(UPI) Dave
Sime; the world's fastest human
in the 100-yard dash, will roam
the gridiron as a "lonesome" end
for Dukes Blue Devils against
Baylor here Saturday. (
Sime, holder of the world's
record in several dash events,
was an all-state halfback in hieh
school days at Fairlawn. N. J.
Now a medical student with one
year of athletic eligibility left, he
used to show up at Duke's foot
ball practices to keep in shape-
catching passes and kicking the
football.
So when Duke unveiled its
"lonesome" end play last week
against Illinois, it occurred to
Murray that the best attribute for
such a player would be speed.
And who is speedier than Sime?
In addition he's a deft DaSs-
catcher and, Murray says, "pro?
bably the best kicker on our
team,.". ,;
Murray persuaded Sime .to
come out for football. He reported
for practice for the first time late
Tuesday afternoon and caught
several passes during the offen offensive
sive offensive workout.
Sime will play only on offense
out." win play actively he s
not just going to be a decoy,"

Murray aaaea.

SOME

By TREVOR SIMONS
. r-rr rr .V
The Balboa (High Bulldogs play
h AMiletic Club at Balboa Sta-
dium fon'Rht with came time set
fcr 7 .o'clock. The Jambmree
champs JfiSfr-sar listed as 1
touchdown favorites over the A".C.
eleven bu if the talent laden
Rams should, suddenly come to
life pre .game predic-ion might not
be wortn a second thoueht.
The Athletic Club i. InadflH With
DiRfc, t?mes in Jootball i Th
nature orpine jk,. team; a
group of lurking boys 'banded to together
gether together for the purpose of playing
mure njiKDaji nan tnat allowed
them m -their C.Z. school years,
stands aliains! ; them. W n r Vino
hours limi' their practice' sessions
and traiflu rulesife non-exist
ent i
Jack Corngan's quarterbacking
in the Jamboree left much to be
ues:ja as did the usual explosive
power runnine of Bnh Mnrrie
CarJ Tuttle and Bill Rankin show showed
ed showed some, fleshes of speed and Joe
Cicero was somewhat niitstanrfinu
among the crew of A.C od timers
am inese experienced heads are
oounci n improve with each pass
ing game. ' ? s
In the fifth scheduled contest of
tne jamboree, the Bulldogs scor scored
ed scored six points against the A.C. and
theiir defense was tyght enough to
ncep i ne more experienced A.C
no closer then the 36 yard line,
ine Bulldogs know very well
mat, tne, Athletic Club will have
irouDie in the final half of to tonight's
night's tonight's garor and they are expect
ea to take fullest advantage of
that situation with th libral use
of their reserve power. These
facts and a go'od powerful Balboa
line give B.B:S4 the" edge in post posting
ing posting victory Xo.il- in a regular
st!ieuu:e.i game.
Lose Going
Away, Too
NEW YORK (NEA) A
pulling off from the field i
horse
at the
finish of a race is said to be "win
ning going away."
using tne same trite expression
a new way, a breeder comes uo
with a fresh description of a horse
lading Dadiy at the wire.
"He lost gome away." he said.
Service Center Theatres
TO NIGH T
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:05
Victor Mature Diana Dors
"THE LONG HAUL"
COCO SOLO ; 7:00
Richard Widmark ;
v Jean Seburg
''SAINT JOAN"
DIABLO HTS. .7:00
Clark Gable -Land Turner
"HONKY TONK"
(Repent, Run) '-
GATUN : V 7:00
Peter Greaves Llta Milan
" BAY O U Mr '
Margarita e.is & 8:os
Charlton Heston
"NAKED JUNGLE"'
in Coloriv v
(Repeat Rpn)
PARAISO ; v. f;00
'DANGEROUS MILLIONS"
and "moiIWAY 13"
SANTA CRUZ - 7;00
Ethel Barry more--v,
willlanT' Bishop
"JOHNNY TROUBLE"
CAMP BIERD y i 7:08
"AFFAIR IN HAVANA" and
"Three For Jamie Dawn"-

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

i
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
1 MIXED LEAGUE
Tam Standinai --
Tahiti Jewelers
learn .Mo. l
Oolpan Ford t
a p a .-'
Tasco Battery rf
Spaldng jj
7-5
6-6
6-6
6-6
6-6
4-8
4-8
Spalding
leam No. 2
Colonial Insurance
!'.
' if. e
HIGH
AVERAGES'
Man ' 7 -,
Jamison
Riley
Damian
Balcer
196
194
194
,188.
Womth
Hicks ,' 165
Muchusson, 159
Camby 140
Colpan Ford.J o V
, Tahiti Jtwalers 4 9
Tahiti Jewelers lost their first
mach of. the season-and the Test
of the league "took "advantage of
tneir Joss so. now only four-games
separat3 the league took advant
age of their less so how only four
games .tepar. first and last
places. A 40 sin handican heloed
Colpan Ford. High men were Ed
Kunkel (540rfar Tahiti Jewelers
and Dick LaBe'au for Colpan' Ford.
loiomai insuranca.2
' Ttam No. 1
Comin,? out with their first win.
ning ettori, Cidonial Insurance null-.
ed Team JJo., 2?down for sfetie- fo
vii aim en yiaues. duo xoianu
and "that grand old-man of Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone bowling" Harry Klumpp
led Cobnial Insurance while Mae
Lane ot 'I cam No. 2 was the on only
ly only one over 500. t
SpildingSl
A 27 pin spot didn't slow .Team
No. l anl ihey bowled over Spald
ing to move into second plae
with Colpan Ford. Ted Schniidt
and Billy Coffy eked out 500 for
Team No. 1 hut the Wet Rn-iW.
mg co-tld Cvi aa in the high 400S.
PA 2. V- s'1
t 1C9 Battefy I,-.' .'
By winnina from Tusca Baftorw
APA moved mtn a ihrep-wav. i
for third place in th Uaour, APA
had four bovders' mv-th snn
mark; Soysier, Prusinowski Eat-le
Dest, aPd.MurfeJLMitohusHOn For
Tasco ZMerfMud Balce with
589, hih for the night, and Pep
Damian 45m- were the .sparklers.
BALBOA MEN'S
WINTER LEAGUE
Teams yy L
Zenith TV -in
Martini a i
Kent 3 1
Lincoln Life 3 1
Duran Coffee 3 1
Hillman Cars -31
TiVoh Travels l"' 3
Pepsi Cola i;3
Balboa Beer l 3
Goodyear i 3
Knapp ? 13
blue star Milk 0 4
Zenith 4 Blua Star Milk 0
The.Zenith TV boys took the mea
sure ot tne uiue Star Dairymen in
a convincing measure, and Zenith
was the onfy team to come out with
a clean slate : in the opening -night
or me winter season. With Al Hele
and Humberto De Luca bavins
no trouble with the new lanes, when
they clicked off 512,and 533 series,
the Zeniths found easy sailing. Raul
Aivaraoo ot the Blue Stars, had his
curve Dan working and tabbed 528.
Martini 3 Knapp 1
Martini' vermouths got, off to a
good takingtthe? first ; two r nomts.
but faltered and the Knapp kingpins
iook me ni?nt cap and settled for
one point, bach s)de had a bowler
that went over the 500 mark, Dee
Carter for the Martinis with 507, an
Jpe Bieber with 515.
Kant Cigarettes 3 Goodyoar 1
The absence of their hie star
Bill Coffey, did not stop the Kent
L-igarruios irom gaining 3 points.
Ski Prusinowski, had hi new rub rubber
ber rubber ball, tearing into the nins. and
he contributed a 525 total to Kent
Cause. All of the Goodvear tire
went flat, and' could not get go
ing, and the best score was Frank
Mendez's 494;
Lincoln Life 3 Balboa Batr 1
Both teams had trouble with the
oins and the highest score posted
in this match was a 462 set, set by
Panama's Senor Perez. In fact two
300 series crept into the proceed
ings. In fact the high game for a
team was 753.
Lincoln Life's best bowlers were
the two blinds that they had on
opening night. However both teams
have the potential to come up with
oro ?ood ames and this opening
night is no indication of the calibre
of bowlers oh both sauarK
; Durn Coffat 3 Ptpsi Cola 1
Coffee Duran. which has been
made the preseason favorites to
take the title, got a tough break
in tne first game, which they drop dropped
ped dropped by one stick to the Pens! Cola
bottlers. After that they had no
trouble in getting the strikes when
fhey counted most to win the next
three points iv,v, .i .;,-,..
Bob Toland along with HaV
Murphy and Mel Leaner. ha
ed the timber for 522, 501 and 518
totais. r or tne repsls Hurt Ueveau
and TOny Lutterberger tried to stop

For the Best
In news and entertainment

HOG
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the offee Kids With 505 ini 548. -TivoJi
TravsU I HHImaft Cirri'
The Sammec League Champs, Ti
voh Travels sot off to a fast start
on the stalled Hillman Car? in the
curin raiser, when, they won 'by
118 pin But once -the -Hillmans
ant rnmnt .. & r
travellers,: wha went down :for the
next three markers. .Manny Fernan
de? and 'Bruce Hassley held up
end for tte Tivojis -witji 500 and 5
George Metzger was x real nuis.
ance.to the.TjvoIts ,wtt his si
score. J.
.- v i.J S.S yis "v
; DIABLO WOMEN'S 'T'
BUSINESS LEAGUE
ivuucoueim oniraci? 15 i
Balbox RprHor
Shoppers "w
Buyers ""-'-?
8 8
Mountain Dew
6 10
Ghdden Paints
.jiiaqen nma t-W 4 i2
Rudhlm 3 Baltw.Jaaratfts I
,w nuoesneim Confratorettei
(formerly .the Accountants contmu
ed lo-doiriinate th women's busi business
ness business leaeua at 4fa rtiahin e.,i...

CenterHowever, their o winning
A 1 ?vn stop stop-Pd
Pd stop-Pd bjf ihs Balboa Beerettes in the
nightcap- game. The ferame con con-tractors
tractors con-tractors now enjoy a" five point

margin. f i
A trio of Rudy's dames went over
the coveted 500. Gwenn Sack began
the listfWtth 505, M. Weyneth went Z
all the Wav for S20 nnrt Mth-II Tdt,ti

cnusoon matcfied Gwenn's S05;i On-
iy one; jjeerette deBalboa solved
the lanes ;when "BJ"- herself Nils
nicked 504 sticks off into the pits.
Shoppars 1 Buvart 1
.Aard uss Buyera
uuuguL uiemseives mree pointy, but
a.break here and there and it could
have been Ah v opposite. The
firsjt game was decided by 13 ma maples,
ples, maples, the second by ten.both for the
Buyers. In the finale the Shoppers
shook loos? to win, Jby 7 pieces of
uiiioer.. cvenine if .wit rinqo
16 separating the two team
Betty Coleman and Wilma Riley
teamed up dor the- Buyers and had
the best buys in .pinfall. Wil-na
wrapped 521 and Betty, bpught 545.
The stalwarts in the ranks of Shop Shoppers
pers Shoppers were Vi Rudy with 543. Max-

ie Nicjhqls 502 afid Helen "Glud 'f
508. "An -"" Ufi

Mountain Dtw' 2 Cliddtn Pafnts 2 1

' ine uiidden Paint Gals, shed
their previous name of Salesladies
and the change helped because

GUddents painted 2 winning points
and the way they lost the other

two was because, thfey.had, to for

quired number of glas in, the first T""
game.
The. Mountain Dew Dames batt
led the way and fell short by 7

pins in one stanza and 32 sticks
in the, other- Rigiie Schmidt of
tne ifaints, Drusnea on A smooth
cheerful 'tone .of 5?f series with a
single 190 game being the standout.,
For the Mountain Dews', Eleano
Borgis toasted a vigorating 5
seL
BUST-OUT THINKING -When
the .World Series began Casey
Stengel; rubbed his elfin thought thoughtfully;
fully; thoughtfully; When tthe Mi 1 w au k a
Braves showed themselves, to b
a worrisome" problem, the man manager
ager manager of the New York, Yankees
went into high-gear, Jarain: tub-
Ding session.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1958

rANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

.-tit.

CbjjegeF opJbtifrOperis Up To Compefe

a I m m f

ess

. t ., Tit n
onalsl

PROPOSING A NEW SUITOR

x j :
1 p-f-; 1 "T, -.v. .. 1:--'
Maw,- Football Expanding,

Is Mot De-E

By JIMMY IRGSUN
ANNAPOUS,. Md.. (NEA) -Fitting
the piece together on the
plane ride down, it seemed simple.'
First NavyY Eddie Erdelatz af after
ter after a successful 'season? including
a big Sugar Bowl hit over Rice,
ma.de a pas itjflie: Texas A.; and
M. job, ,Tben the' Academy ade
.nnnunrmJnt that it WOUld not

.narticinat inl hy more b o W 1

Snerial athletics i sections,

which hid kept football Mayeri
, Inrt trnm the rest .of the brigade,

rfiahanried. A flock of hot

rtospecti couldn't get through the

uni it. inn maiciu

thletic Conference haiided down

viin : which r apparently ob-

ivH the Academy of: Its sole

of. getting some players Into

the plaeepaying part of the, way

tnrougn a special vv ."..
anvhniiv rnuld fifiurfc it Out

Navyk which hkd won twoowl

tabUshed itself a ,i i national
power, was findipg ."the atmos atmos-Mff.Hm.
Mff.Hm. atmos-Mff.Hm. football a lit

tle too turbulent and wa pulling

back. --r.

tint rnt. Slade Cutter, with

the aid of a powerful mixture of
h anil nH rlumtied into a

ttubby Rlass, straightened jtM

oqt quickly.
"M.vw ffirtthnll1'1 ll laid Quick

ly, "is going to remain, n hMvcl

jumiiL.ii mm 'wiiwiave -.'i team

that ean,for example, plSf a. good.
Notre Daih4eam.an even, game.
"W'r nin to hare to do it

AmU an ohviouslv. discriminato

.M niiina intmvm conference

mirnlld bv the Ivy League. Andl

w do not intend to give up post post-eason
eason post-eason tlay. If we baye a lactt
ful team; and receive bowl; bid
well take It once-. eVery.v three

3rlrnnHr.n thft. Cutter prompt

ly noted that Navy recruiting had

eetf steppea up in area prey iu
ly uhtanpe. Assistant Athletic Dl
vectof Rio MiUer'i organised bird

lng &to New England and Texas

and Wouldn't Slop mere.
Out on the narrow; fence-enclps

m.M minnixi in .hi hind.' Walked

'0 wk and forth as the iMiddies 'i an

through a passing aruu xnere was
nothing nemi about Jhe' Navy
Mthll nroeram here, either. :

4,There, people ' over against;

the fence kept saying, "Is the man
He U going to do everything
h ii thrmish." "-

They were, pointing ti a chunky
mill mnvine kid named Joe- Bel

linn who. comes out of Winchester.

Massi Bellino i obbomore and;
Erdelate : ahrugs;.Jnd :give the
wH oH known kids they're-

lid4o-ten-aboulf ttment.?fl,But

tfrvbodv down-', here knows Ed

die donsiders vhim the best half half-hack
hack half-hack he has had' at Navy. By far.

Cutter was talklng about high

achool banquet be had attended in
a Pennsylvania coal town.'
"I met the' kids Wonderful

By HARRY GRAYSON i
NEW YORK! (NEA) L. There

is no question but that college foot football
ball football generally has opened up this

fall and become a vastly more at

tractive game.

There are several reasons lor it,

but the principal one is that the
defense had caught up and in nu

merous, instances nassed the nest

attacks mounted from the modern
T and its variations. Something

had tor be done to disperse the defense-'?
'

But it is no secret that more

than; one athletic director gently

hinted to his coaching staff that
the. .college game had to be speed

ed up and made, more entertain

ing to compete with the profes

sionals. As .many as three pro
games are telecast into wide

arias on a sunaay, you see, ana
millions of members of the coun country's
try's country's innumerable Living Room A.
C.'a have grown to like seeing the
ball moved.
It Is ; highly significant ,. that

every play-for-pay club operates
from the T, not one from the sin-

Ele wins or split T. the latter also

lending itself to the old type of

grinding out yardage, tnree or

four .yards at a crack.

Owners Are Galled Bjgger
Dopes Than Hoss Players

bovs." he was 'saying.' "But at

th dinner most of them were

wearine old gray 1 sWat shirts

vJmd mended, but irou bad to pon

n er, so I asked aoout it. '
, I M 'These are ?the dnly clothe

twy have,' the School principal

Aid me. xou Know, i uxea max

m! hungry boy. ;;H is so much

'Similar stori a have1 been .told
rf-cessful football oeonle since

-discovery was made" that cool

could knock people down

mi

"g could
ly..,-
fy'oai
i :Uion.

mnnAciyinn

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WHEN OTTO GRAHAM took

over the College Ail-star w n o

smaeked the champion Detroit
Lions, the greatest of the quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks told them that he was going
to teach them a pro passing at attacks
tacks attacks "The single wing has its advant advantages'
ages' advantages' Graham stressed, 'but
most of you fellows are goipg to
play professionally. There the
main idea is to please the crowd,
and a football team too frequent?

ly has a hard time doing that
from anything but the T, Twhicb

lends itself to the flexibility i re

auired to shake a ball carrier or

a nass receiver loose."
Anions the ton apostles of the

running game "who are soing into
HT.7.1 this autum ar? Red Blaik

of Army and Oklahoma's Bud Wil

kinson, recognized gridiron gen
iuses.

With two swift .tackles giving

him more mobility. Blaik ambush

ed a South Carolina souad that

tonoed Duke with a flanker not
botherine to ro into the huddle

wMieitld years yardf out ana me
halfbacks passing while running

either wav in addition to the

quarterback.
Wiiklnnnti t nlit the ends and em

moved flankers retting away from

what had become a stodgy split

T. ivi...

WHEN Hf HAD DICK KAZ

MAIER and considerable to o
with him at Princeton. Charlie

r1dwell nerhaDS embellished tne

ini;le wine with the belly series

to a greater extent man any oiner

rnarh.V:ii,'i .

The wiitenai dictates tnr ior

mations 6f the college coach. The

nros cm stick with the T because

thev have a free selection of what

make it go, including a superlative

passer.

But .college players are bigger

today 5ond it is more difficult to
move them with the mass attack
engendered by the single Wing.
When the single wing was at its

heieht in- the rock em, socr 'em

days of Jock Sutherland at Pitts Pitts-burch.
burch. Pitts-burch. olavers did not pursue as

they do now with strong coys

swarming all over the ball car
rler.

The T assures at least doume
errhsnee of the ball. Here the

finer execution of the fundament fundamentals
als fundamentals beings richer rewards.
It's a superior show . and that
in the end is the ultimate objective.

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEWYORK (NEA) Jim Fitr Fitr-simmons,
simmons, Fitr-simmons, the venerable trainer,

has always said that the, only im

portant people in : racing ere the

owners who nr ake it possible.

Racing is one of the prize tax

eimmicks. of these times, but

wealthy individuals were losing

millions running througnbreas be before
fore before the losses could be written
off.- :i--r.'..

"It has long seemed to m that
stable of horses was not intend

ed to make money,'! said Jimmy
K lroe. the racing secretary, run

ning over the entries for the $150,-

000 Cmpae;ne at Belmont Park,

stretch out. to a mile in a stakes

race for the first time. "It's a di diversion.
version. diversion. Some, people like boats,

others collect stamps or go in for
eolf or whatnot. The people who

come here like horses.

"Take a look at this field-First

Landing, Restless Wind, Tommy

Lee, Intentionally, Crafty fckipper,

Demoralize, Hoist. Away, Black
Hills and Sherry Prince. The cham

pions of the East, Midwest and

Far West and colts that beat them.

'How about these owners Chris

Chenery. Mrs. Elizabeth Whitney
Lunn. Fred Turner, Harry Isaacs,

Charley Cohen, Travis Kerr, Har

ry Guggenheim, Robert J.. Kleberg
and Ralph Lowe? I don't have to

tell you that these people didn't
breed or buy these colts to Wake

horses," says a thinking owner,
speaking for The Thrpughbred Rec
ord.

This owner submits it is more
than high time for the owners to
combine to stop the absurd pract practice
ice practice of investing millions. losing

the same while paying 20 per cent

oi me gross receipts as bonuses.
"This shocking disparity is due
to the defenseless custom of pay
ins 10 ner cent of the gross pruse
of a stakes race to each the jockev
pnd tr? ner." he says, "Albeit both
are well paid without if."
This despite the fact, as Phil

Bieber also points out, that racing
seldom provides stables enough in
winnings to break even and unless
one has a good stakes horse, it is
next to impossible to make a profit.

money.

If racing is no longer the snort

of kines, it's the favorite pastime
Mi; A J 1L. -II ..HI.

OI millionaires. Aim uie uu. i-aiuc,

copper, business and notei men,

cloak and suiters and just plain

rich who own the magnificent

quality field of juveniles in the

Champagne don't mind being can caned
ed caned bigger suckers than horse play
ers. This is their pleasure.

Hundreds of millions are invest

ed in racing strings. Some single

barns have more than a million
invested. The large stable showing

a prom is a rarny. run Dieuer,
the trainer, points out that less

than one per cent of the stables
shipping to Florida makes .ends

meet.

There it a definite move1 to get
the generous proprietors together

tor do omethingbout':!telatiyeiy;

few trainers and a handful -or-jocf

keys running the more important

works. -
"It is certainly not right that un uneducated
educated uneducated young men receive as
much as $100,000 and in some eas eases
es eases as much as $300,000 a, year
meee&for yidjng.bentif ully bred

Engineered
Out Of Ace

Joe Belllno

Major

But Takes

Goes It Alone,

Irish Along

Platoons Are
Here To Stay

By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE

nNrently, 1 not it .bt

Dener ef Oid Oaken Bucket
FAP1 1 am 'incensed. The Hoo-

ple football forecasts strive for

absolute pertection. mar 1 misses
"at. moral- victories -are regarded

II disaatrou defeats.

I sent put to tne nation the pre-

didction thot Southern Methodist
would pull the upset of the ages

and aotcat umo aiate. ah assisi assisi-ant.
ant. assisi-ant. since dismissed, swayed me

to this thinking; When umo

state won bv a scant three points

the Southern Methodist' coaching

ataff lauded the euort put forth by
their team.

I Egad! I was crushed. .,
I I contemplated a new crack crackdown
down crackdown on my staff. But When Dr.
Quen'in Zlobotny,- the fourth di

mension scientist, entered my pri

vate office and asked me for tne

point spread 'on tne: upcoming

Nntre 'Dame-Army game I went

even further. v v
UDDri invistieatitfn. I found Dr,

Zlobo nv financially ' harrassed,

was -eady to pick the short-ender
in this game, regardless of which

team it was. and wager on his

Zoundsl He would endanger the

Very existence of the1 famed Hoo-

ple sysleti because of personal
problems!' Therefore,' I km going
it alone this week; Yes, I have
releafel "my en Sre staff. Cleaned

house, as i' were, Thee: predic

tions. aa yourwill;,efr,-vcould rnot

possibly come from anybody else.

Oh. I'll -admit my fingers are

calloused ; from Working a slide

rule incc.Hf "tlybiit i Hoopla has

a fond love for fruitful labor;

t ue Aim my. ziiiifa ui ii-auou, my
. J labors this week hayo not been in

vain. Witness my oDeninv nrHI.

tion: Army's lonelv end. offenaa

will backfire against Notre Dame

ana the Irish, through at least

uve 'nrerccpted passes, will tri

umpn in this classic by 7-20!

Pittsburgh Will Show Rhoor nn

bridled bril iance in tm-nlncr hark

we. vMicnigan state attack and

moving to a 1S-7 vie orv. Star.

tling, isn't 1' Heh heh. I have

one more which should floor even

my staunchest follower- Hum

ble Indiana, sneered at l)y "the ex-

pens, is r, run riot through Iowa

Rejd on tor the rest, of mv nn

believable predic ions: V

Texas Christian Jl, Texas Tech I

rrinctto.i 27. Pennsylvania I

Oklahoma 40, Texaa .4
Ohio State 20, Illinois

Wast Virginia 14, Boston U. t

Baylor 15, Duke a , ,-.
Notro Damt 27, Army 20
Pittsburgh 15, Michigan Staff 7
Indiana 31, Iowa 27

$.. Carolina 20, N. Carolina IS

Oregon 21. Soutborn California

Navy 20, Michigan 15, :
Auburn Kentucky 0
Washington 13, S:nford
Southern Methodist 22, Missouri
Dartmauth 7. Brown 7"

Maryland 13, .Texas jC'l $nd M. 0

A.C. Hm 14, BH3 J
Cristobal 7, J.C. I

IS

BALTIMORE Md.--- (UPI)

J m Parker. 270 pound tackle

from' Ohio State,: won a, starting

tatPai a rookie nrofeSsional with

the Baltimore Colts last year and

was credited with blocking his

man'80 per cent of the time while

protecting nil quarter Dacki,

ATLANTA, Ga. (NEA) After
testing the two-platoon system in
early games, Bobby Dodd and the
Georgia Tech coaches are agreed
that the duplex arrangement is
here to stay.

The limitations of tne revisea

rules do not permit the-exchange

nf offensive and defensive units as

froplv in the davs of unlimited

tiihat tution. but the principle or

two teams of different potential is

sound.

"We will continue to ec-ach on

tha two-nlatoon olan." Dodd says.

"and make the exchange as onen
. th tilnatlnn will permit.

"Against Kentucky in a driving

rain, the ball changed hands so

often we were forcea to use a

simple two-team system, our oi

tensive team nlaved well on de

fense end our defensive team

moved the ball wen.

Aeainst Florida State, we re

eeived the kick-off with our No. 1

offensive team and promptly lost

it on a fumble at our z. our of

fensive team stooped FSU cold

and tnnk over on downs.

We made spot sunstitutions

especially to get Fred Braselton,

our best passer, into action.

"We will continue the plan un

less circumstances demand i

change. It seems to be great for

morale with 22 men on tne first

team. The defensive units arc

eager to try their hand at moving
th ball and hit hard. The offen

sive teams are proud of tne cnance

to stop the other team and take

the ball away.". ;

, CHICAGO (UPIV-Max Flack
and Cliff Heathcote are the only
players to; play for two different
major league teams on the same
dav. Flack, who played for the

Chicago Cubs: and Heathcote

who nlaved for the St. Louis Car

"i"is, were traded between games

of a doubiebeader on May su

1922.

" CHAPEL JTILL. N.C' (NEAT

Doug Clint of Cleirison is a native

of Vaidese, N.c.

The reason CJine did not enter
the University of North Carolina

is that the bruising .fullback want
ed to atudr engineering.

Cline's wonderful performance

against the Tar Heels prompted

Carolina Coach Bigim Tatum to
remark, "I'll have to see about

getting an engineering course at

Chapel Hill."
From School
To Pro Shop
HOUSTON, Tex. (NEA) Three
former members of the Universi

ty of Houston golf team turned

professional.
Rex Baxter, former Walker Cup

player and winner of the National

Collegiate Athletic Association and

Trans-Mississippi cnampionsnips,
will spend his six-month probation

; his Amanllo, Tex., home.
Jim Hiskey is teaching assistant

at Houston's new Champions

Country Club, owned by Jimmy

Demaret and Jackie Burke.

SEATTLE (UPI)-Cesare Car

lucci. Pacific Coast League urn

pire. has worked a total oi z,ia
consecutive games without missing

an inning since he began umpir

ing 13 years ago.

No other business could survive
paying 20 per cent of its gross re receipts,
ceipts, receipts, not one-fifth of its income,
because most stables operate at a
loss, to its managers for their

services.

"If the managers of the largest

publicly-owned corporations should

propose to pay themselves 20 per
cent of the net profit a court would

stop it in a hurry,"" stresses the

complaining owner. "If thev pro

posed to pay themselves 20 per

cent of the gross receipts, even if
the company operated at a loss,
such a proposal would rightly
shock the- conscience of the busi business
ness business world."
But the people who breed and
buy horses keep chucking it in,
hoping to have their pictures tak taken
en taken in the winner's circle after a
big one. They are financial half

wits only when it comes to racing
horses.
A multi-millionaire will squand squander
er squander money only on a plaything.

Isthmian Sporfs Car
Club's Time Trials

Take On New Look

Time trials, sponsored by the

Isthmian Sports Car Clijb, took
on a -new look last Sunday.

& ImDrovements have been made

in the track towards safety and

interest. Such improvements in included
cluded included a change in the starting

line and general alterations. The
course which contestants saw

last Sunday will be a permanent

shne. The entire event was run in

classes. 5 "s

... I.S.C.C. Class G Included those
cars with 1100 to 1300 cc dis displacements.
placements. displacements. Class F those cars
with 1300 to 1600 cc displace displacements
ments displacements and Class E. 1600 to 3000
cd displacement, ss

Each car was -given, a trial
run, once around the track, .to
familiarize the driver wjth it,
then a running start. Results,

according to places, were as fol
lows:
CLASS G:

Bud Welshaar. MGTC 3

mln. 42.2 sec.
Mike Brians, VW 3 mln

46.4 sec.

Sewell Hatcher, MGTD 3
min. 52.8 sec.
Bill Brown, VW 3 mln. 85
sec.
Dick Seeley, Karmen Ghia
4 mln. 5.7 sec.
Tthel Brown, VW 4 min. 12
sec.
Frank Kremser, MGTD 4
min. 12.4 sec.
Tommle Weishaar, MGTC 4
mln. 40.8 sec.
CLASS F:
T. J. Kelly, MGA 3 mln.

31.3 sec.

Hugh Priest, MGA 3 mln.
34.4 sec.
Sara Triest, MGA 4 min.j
12.8 sec.
CLASS E:
Frank Negron, TR3 3 mln. 40
sec.
Don Dewey, Lea Francis 3
min. 48.9 sec.
The work on the new course
v as done by Paul Ella, club ac activities
tivities activities chairman, who also
ilanned the event Another suc success
cess success for Paul.

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GIVING IT ALL HE'S GOT Braves' centef fielder BiU Bruton
gloves the ball to make a running, one-handed catc'a of Yan-r
kee Jerry Lumpe's bid for a hit in the first inning of the ,,'
fifth World Series game in New York. V y

Oddsmakers Tab Notre Dame
One-Point Favorite Over Army

NEW YORK (UPI) Af er

studyins their form charts fo.'
several days, the oddsmakers to today
day today n abashed Notre Dame Ss a

one-pomt fsvorite over Army in

their titanic clash at South Bend

Saturday.

Boh i earns' are off to fast

starts this year, Ihe Irish turning,

back Indiana and, Southern Metho Methodist
dist Methodist in, their first two, games
while Army defeated South Caro

lina and renn State. In this

week' ; UPI ratings, No re Dame

was ranked third and the Cadets

were fourth.

Aubura. tob tanked team in

the nation, is a 'seVenpoiht choic

to continue '-its 'unbfcateti' String
agains fter.hHyii a 'Sduiheast-

ern Canlerenci meeting Saturday
night at Lexington, Ky.; and Ohio
State is a seven point pick over
Illinois in the nationally-televised

contest at Champaign, III.,
Top intersectionai games of the
points i ever aavyvaii-Ann Arbon
Mich.; Mi chigan State a 12-point
pick acainst Pifsburfth at East
Lansing, Mich.; Maryland 6 over
Texas A Sc M at .College Park.
Md.; California 15 over Utah at
Berkeley, Calif., and West Vir Vir-ginia
ginia Vir-ginia 14 oven Boglon'University at
Morgantown,' W. Vs.
Other leading games finds Min Min-neso'a
neso'a Min-neso'a a one point choice ove
Northwea ern, Virginia Tech
carrying the sme spread over
Virginu and Kansas State and
Nebraska even in their .Big Eight
clash. : -y

Here, by sections, ar th point

spreads on other top contests

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East: Syracuse 13 over Cornell;
Yale 10 ever Columbia; Princeton
6 over P?nn, and JJrown 2 over over-Dar
Dar over-Dar mouth.
Midwast: Iowa 18 over Indiana
Cincinnati 7 over Xavier; Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin 6 over Purdue and Iowa
State A over Kansas.
South.- TuliMisslppi 15 over Tu-1
lane; Nonh Carolina 6 over Soifth
Carolina: t'lemson 6 over- VandeT VandeT-bilt;
bilt; VandeT-bilt; Georgia 5 over Florida State
Virgin: Mijl'ary 3 over William

and Miry; Georgia Tech 3 over
Tennessee and Wake Forest 2
over North Carolina.
Southwest-. Oklah"ma 13 over
Texas; Oklahoma State 7 ovef jrf.
Tulsa; Texas Christian 12 ovea,---
Far West: Colorado 21 over i ;'

Arizona: Orqon S'ate 13 over
Wyoming;. Washington 8 over
S'anford,. ar.ri Oregon .6 over
Southern California.

SHORTS

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Y.

A. Tittle, San Francisco Forty Forty-Niner
Niner Forty-Niner quarterback who was vote

the annual United Press Interna,

tional poll, began the 1958 seaspn

wim i.iuD euinuicuuiis in
pass attempts for 13,139 yardl
an1 123 touchdowns in 10 cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. '

CLEVELAND', Ohio (UPI (UPI-Rav
Rav (UPI-Rav Renfro. vCleveland Browns
halfback, caught 21 passes in

l57' for 589. yards, an average
gain of 29 yards per catch.

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Shrapnal'i furnished homes,
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Spa' weekends at Rib
Mar. the bast beach in tha Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kindi of commo commodities
dities commodities open day and night. Tha
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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Two room effiea
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diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. bldg. across from Hotel El
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electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
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shop in building. Sea or phone
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nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Mercedes Building. Do luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricarda A. Mire S. A. Tel.
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Crash Off Cyprus
Kills Navy Pilot
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI)-A U.S.
Navy courier plane from the air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier Randolph crashed
into the tea three miles off Fama Fama-gusta
gusta Fama-gusta today, killing the pilot.
The U. 8. Consulate here Iden Identified
tified Identified the pilot as Lt. James Fear Fear-son
son Fear-son but withheld hit home ad address.
dress. address. The plane was en route to Ni Nicosia,
cosia, Nicosia, A British naval vessel re recovered
covered recovered the pilot'! body.
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for rates and Information
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Completely furnished, air condi conditioned,
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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 intludes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Inquire at Arte y De De-coracioon,
coracioon, De-coracioon, Edificio Camp Ale Ale-gre
gre Ale-gre across front El Panama Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Tel. 3-7325.
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Stewart's Record
Gels Careful Look
From Soulherners
WAsHltftrfftN'. Of! SHfrrpn
Potter Stewart, the new Supreme
Court appointee, was certain to today
day today to undergo careful scrutiny by
Southern Senators before winning
confirmation to the nation's top
tribunal.
Sen. Soessard L. Holland rn.
Fla.) indicated S he? inl o t h r
Southern Senators would take a
long hard took at Stewart's record
when he c6mes before, the Senate
next Monday.
President Eisenhower fata Ten.
terday named the 43 year old
judge of the U.S.Xourtof Appeals
for the Sixth Circuit to succeed
jusuce Maroid a. Burton on the
Supreme Court. Burton retires
next monday.
Except for Justice William O
Douglas who has appointed at the
ge of 40, Potter-is the. youngest
man named to the Court in 105
years. Initial reaction to the ap ap-poinment
poinment ap-poinment was favorable.
Southern legislators, however,
were oeiievea certain to .scan
Stewart's past record for Indica Indications
tions Indications of his rulings on integration
end States Rights issues. There
was no immediate in d i c a t i o n
whether, any significant oppostion
. a i tt 1 1
m me Gomirmauon wouiq arise.
The rangy, handsome judge
from Cincinnati, Ohio wrote a con
curring opinion in an integration
case involving a group of Negroes
who wanted io attedn a previosly
all-white school in southern Ohio.
His opinion closely followed the
Supreme Court's 1954 school in
tegration decision.
LEGMKM0TI0E
united states! or America
Canal Zona
United Slates District Court for the
District of tpe Canal Zone
- Division of Balboa
Howard .SToIand, Plaintiff vs. Do Dorothy,
rothy, Dorothy, !V SolaniA Defendant. Summons
Cam No4 4747 Civil Docket 21 Action
for divorce. ;
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the .complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within npety
daya aftass? the' rat date f publication.
In -case of our failure to so appear
and anwr, Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this J4th day of September, 1958.
Sara de la Pena,
Clerk.
(Seal)
By Marian D. Boh en,
Deputy Clerk.
To Dorothy M. Toland.
The foregoing summons is served upon
you try publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated 24th day of September,
1958, and entered and filed In this ac action
tion action in the office of the Clerk of said
United States District Court for the
Division of Balboa on September 24,
158.
Sara de la Pena,
Clerk.
By-' Marian D. Bowen,
Deputy Clerk.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Oldsmobila 1950,
four door sedan, R6-H 350 Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 283.
FOR SALE: 1956 Opel Station
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able Reasonable price. Call 3-7342 office
hours.
FOR SALE: 1951 Panel Truck
1 Ton. Excellent condition. Good
tires, new paint $800.00. tall
3-1912..
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Imapla, V Midget Racer, Black
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Call Panama 3-4955 after 4:00.
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cylinder with air conditioning.
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Press Group Vows
To Air Violations
Of News Freedoms
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The
Inter American Press Assn. free freedom
dom freedom of ine press committee has
voted to expose the "dictatorial'
Dominican regime and to investi
gate alleged violations in three
other countries.
At 1 meeting Monday, the com committee
mittee committee rpprwed.a resolu'ion intro intro-duced
duced intro-duced 'bytCharles E. Scripps, of
the Scripps Howard newspapers.
urging f.'Be newsmen, to "let pub-J
upiuiuu kiiow aooui me dicta dictatorial
torial dictatorial form of the Dominican gov gov-ernnwnt."
ernnwnt." gov-ernnwnt." The committee also voted to in in-vestigate
vestigate in-vestigate complaints alleging viol
ations of freedom of the press in
Bolivia, Venezuela and Haiti.
At thi taraknetn board ei
direcor3 voted-to admit 17 Latin
American newspapers to member
ship in the IAPA seven from Ar
gentinai two each from Uruguay
and Venezuela, and one each Irom
British Guiana, Curacao, Cuba,
Chile. Ecuador and El Salvador.
The 4iMctorsad4he. prW,s" free freedom
dom freedom committer met in prepara
tion fpr the IAPA convention that
opened here today.

I I y
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YVONNE NOVEY BENNETT (left) thanks Ciro Oduber and his
wife Rosa, for contributions of their art work: to the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Card fund-raising project of the Society of the Panama
National Museum. Mrs. Bennett, a director of the society,
heads this committee.
Panama s Museum Christmas Cards
Will Go On Sale By End Of Month

Within the next month, an as assortment
sortment assortment of Panamanian Christm Christmas
as Christmas greeting cards will be put on
sale by the newly organized So Society
ciety Society of the National Museum of
Panama.
These cards, to be put on sale
locally, will have a moderate
price, and the profits of the sale
will go to the Society of the Na National
tional National Museum of Panama to furt further
her further its work and develop more
dynamic museum displays.
Mrs. Ivonne Novey Bennett,
chairman of the greeting card
committee, commented that, as
the cards were all designed Jn
Panama and carry mainly Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian themes, it marks the
first Panamanian venture into
large scale production of fine
arts.
The artists contributing t h e i r
work .to this project, Demetrio
Toral, Guillermo Trujijlo, and
Rosa and Ciro Oduber, all have
gained reputations here as well
as in the art centers of the world.
The Odubers are the "First Fa Family"
mily" Family" of Panamanian Art. Ciro,
born and educated in Panama,
went to the Argentine for his ad
vanced art training, and there
met and married nis lovely and
talented wife, Rosa Muntafiola.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lots'500 and 1.000
meters, in tha Nuave Hipodreme
Urbanisation, across tha Ramon
Racetrack. All lets with afreet
fronts, sewage, water math and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: largain. Modern
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, garden, terraces, El Coco.
Ocean 'view, payment arranged
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PERSONALS
Herman Tester, please contact
Afeneias Otis McAllister, whan
there it something of interest
to you.
Chase-Manhattan
Reports Increase
Of 7 Cents A Share
The Chase Manhattan Bank re
ported over the weekend that its
net operating earning for the
nine momh ending Sept. 30, 19d8
amounted io $4i,4iy,529, or $3.16
per share, an increase over the
$40,40,068, cr $3.09 par share, re reported
ported reported lor ihe same period last
year.
Deposits of $6,874,459,196 on
Sept. 30 also were up from the
$6,06,.Siii,4ol deposit figure on the
same date a year .ago. Loans
(excluding mortages) were down:
$3,552,711,759 on Sept. 30, 1958
against. $3,780,372,502 on Sep.. 30,
1957.
Total assests were $7,836,598,
095 at the end of Ifie third quarter
compared with $7,620,914,548 a
year ago. Capital, surplus and un undivided
divided undivided profits tptale, 162533,619
on Sept. 30 1958; a year earlier
this total v. as $595,049,467,
U. government stcu r i 1 1 s
were il ,524,645,491 on Sept, 30,
1958 and $1,092,713,201 on Sept. 30,
1957. Cash and due from ? banks
amounted ;,W,93ind -1,
812,800,152 on tha respective com comparative
parative comparative dtest
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From that point, they merged
their careers too, and their later
exhibitions in Buenos Aires, Pa
nama ana Barcelona were joint
ventures.
When they went to Spain for
further studies in. 1953, Rosa was
the recipient of a scholarship of offered
fered offered by the Spanish Foreign Min Ministry,
istry, Ministry, and there she specialized
in mural painting and etching.
Upon their return to Panama,
they were commissioned to exe execute
cute execute the now famous mural of the
Polyclinic of the Social Security
building.
Despite their busy schedule of
teaching, the Odubers they have
managed to complete the new bar
mural that is drawing favorable
comments from visitors and mem
hers of Fort Amador Officers
Club, ...wl-
One of their recent exhibitions
was sponsored by Graciela Arango
and some of the worked may be
still be seen at the Arte y Deco Decora
ra Decora ci6n. Gallery near the Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Clinic.
As life in their charming, mo modern
dern modern honie in the Los Angeles sec section
tion section revolves about their children,
it is most natural, that Rosa's de design
sign design .for vc her Museum Christnv
cards baj "childhood" as its
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Gaa ateve, saod
condition, phone Panama 3-5079.
FOR SALI Inflis automatic
washer, recently converted 60
cycle. 65 dollar, telephone lal-
boa 2747. v u '.
FOR SALE i Baby basket and
crib and mattress and tares. Call
Balboa 2-2482.
FOR SALE: Bargains, Maw Kan-'t
more dryer,. $80. Large Frieji Frieji-daire
daire Frieji-daire $75, Electric ateve $400.
Windmill $150. call 3-6059,
FOR SALE: Carved Chinese
cheat, ailvar cheat, crib and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, stroller Venetian blinds,
miac. items, 6414 Lea Riot, C.
Z. Phone 2-3182, after 4 p.m.
Business Executive
Group Discusses
Logical Management
Management is that fund of
knowledee. method and lneical
practice acquired through wctual
experience which enables a firm
to realize more efficiently the pur
poses for which it was found, the
Panamanian Business Executives
Assoc. stressed today.
Throughout the years this ac
cumulations of basic priciples. pro
cedures, and concepts has gradual
ly come to make up the science
of management.
In oher words, mananeement
principles are those basic facts,
learned through experience.
which are essential for a, success successful
ful successful business operation.
General management is the
peak of a pyramid which is com
Dosed of numerous smaller dvt-
amids each with a related purpose
and the entire pyramid is a strong
or work as the individual parts
which comprise it. the Association
said.
From -the highest executive to
the lowest laborer, every env
ploye should know to whom he
reports, as well as who reports
to him.
Each person should report to on
ly one superior because each man
can have only one boss if order
is to prevail in th chain of man
agement responsibility.
In order to operate efficiently.
managers at all must be ever con
scious of the consequence and the
possible subsequent problems in
volved each time they make a
decision.
Decisions should be made to
solve or at least to mitigate uro
blems and they should be avoided
when it is possible they may re
sult in other problems, the sum
of which is greater than the ott
iginal problem to be solved- .,
Ike To Get Medal?
From National
Football Foundation
NEW YORK (UPI) President
Eisenhower will be presented with
the Go'.d Medal Award of the Na National
tional National Football Foundation and
Hall of Fame for his "contribu "contributions'
tions' "contributions' to football as a player and
coach for his dedicated interest in
the game," it was announced
yesterday.
The President is scheduled to
be the chief speaker at the foun foundation's
dation's foundation's annual dinner here on
Tuesday. Oct. 28.
The foundation described the
award, first of its kind, as "the
highest football award to a non non-player."
player." non-player." The President was a
football player during his under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate days at the T5.S. Mili Military
tary Military Academy and later was a
coach.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SAL! : f nglish uddle,
perfect cendition; girl's bicycle,
fair, CMdjriefi;.; Senrfali 81 -bats
accerdien with case, perfect coe
dition, H eute 0930 Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA Table Model
TYr IT Inch record Changer. Excellent-condition.
Tel. Ft. Kobbe,
4-242, 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SAUs-BrJy articles, sew sewing
ing sewing machine, automatic ironer,
camera, adjustable dress formn.
3-6526, after 5.
FOR SALE :One complete "S"
gauge model Railroad, la ready
to run.: Houses, farm, industrial
plants, round house, talking sta station,
tion, station, coal loader and many mere
extras. Just needs somebody to
run ft. MUST SELL, no offer
refused. Telephone C.Z. 3-1795.
FOR SALES Piano. Wurlitxer
Practico. One year old, perfect
condition, 2032-H, Curundu.
Pope Pius XII To
(Continued Irom pe 1)
The.pius !x chanel Is located
in the center of the crypt and
is the nearest to the tomb of the
Prince f thef .Apostles, dlscov-
eredt,:in 1950 jffcfllowlng a series
of excavation bordered by the
late Pope. ?
The body will be encased In
three coffins of wood and lead
ana sealed with marble slabs. It
will rest between thti tombs of
his immediate pre decessors,
Pones Benedict XV and Pius XI.
The mourning- period will con
tinue until the end of the ninth
day when violet, the color of
death, yill disappear from the
altars and the germans of the
carcuoais.once again will be
come scarlet. :
The high and influential of
the Italian state, the diploma
tic! corps and the Roman Cath
olic Church paid homage today
at tne Fope'seatobeo, f ,m:"
Italian President Giovanni
Orohchl topped, the;; protocol list
of diplomats and lay dignitaries
who drove the f 15 miles- Irom
Rome to the lakeside village -ot
Castei aandolfo.

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planes, to San Jose,' Costa Rica, to Brian Coxt Balboa -Teen
Club Manager. The tickets will be presented to i the first; plac
winner of the door prlss at the Teen Fair Friday:. plght.
October 17.

Grace Line Oilers Special Holiday Cruises

Special holiday cruises on the
new Santa Rosa and Santa
Paula are included in the Grace
Line's program of weekly
cruises to the Caribbean and
South America accotding to an
announcement by Godfrey Mac-,
donald. Vice President of the
company: "There are two of
these special offerings, a 14 14-dav
dav 14-dav and a 15-day cruise.. The
Itineraries include interesting
ports that Grace Line ships
never have visited: and the
schedules cover the entire holi holiday
day holiday period including Christmas
Eve and New Year's Day with
appropriate celebrations. They
are trips which we believe will
appeal both to families and
lone travelers' desiring to have
a completely "different tvp of
holiday celebration than the
White Christmas.'
"The 14-day cruise is operat operated
ed operated on the Santa Rosa leaving
New York Friday. December, 10,
and' visiting Port au Prince,
Haiti';' Kingston, Jamaica;, La
Guaira, port for; Caracas, cap capital
ital capital of Venezuela; "v Curac.
Netherlands "West Inrlies; St.
Thomas. Virgin Islands. ;
-"The 15-day crtilse 3eaves
New York on the Santa Paula,
Wednesdays December 24, tot

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SERVICES
TELlVISIOH- SERVICE -,
Wf, REPAIR IN
YOLIR HOME. $3.50,''
You get aarvices the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
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,2-1905 Tiveli Avenue 18-20.
Complete, lasting repairs. All
makes jf TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.,
Ellis Willijms and Alfonso; Shirley
2-5113. 1 y
Protect .your home' and propat
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Prompt "scfentifirtreatmaiit eit
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service. ....... .4
Fair: prices ......f.nt'.arf
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics . .'
6, MONTHS GUARANTEI ON
PARTS;lNSTAUEO. Ask fat MR,
TV. Panama 2-3142.
r -.VIp i "Ji
WANTED ttneVienced cook,
must sleep in. $40.00 to start
. small family. Federico Boyd Ave' Ave'-nue
nue Ave'-nue P4-22. I
Tornado "Whips :
N. W. Missouri;,
1 Person Dead
MARYVILL&, -Mo!;- Oct.- fl
(UPI) Ah. of f -season'tornado
gouged northwest" Missouri last
night Jf-Hling a, least -tine "per "per-son
son "per-son andlrtjdring several other;.
Th4wistpr '6pawJBeaHnfa
line ofVAhrerstormsTvhicli
slashed a id itreav in. Missouri
and southern 'Iowa with -hall,
heavy rains and wind. ; , ,,
Worth. County Sheriff S. A.
Maudlin said MM, Shlrly "Porter
wai crushed tbiflfth In the
wreckage of hetfaennft sfSieasfe
or vtrani uiiyj t JtieF," nusoana;
Frank, was Injured seriously and
hospitalized at Mt. Ayr lowa.
The home was: flattened by the
twister.

Javier, de la Ossa deliver :$p6 round trip tickets

Port air Prince. Haiti: Aruba.
Netherlands West Jndles: ? La"
Guaira (Caracas," Venezuela:
Curacao. Netherlands West In Indies:
dies: Indies: Kingston, Jamaica; and
Havana, Cuba. i J
"The Santa Paula cruise im immediately
mediately immediately preceding the two
holiday trips 18 an 11-day cruise
leaving New York, Friday. De December
cember December 12, and visiting La
Guaira, Venezuela: Curacao,
Netherlands West Indie s:
Kingston, Jamaica; and Port
Everglades." Florida, it is a voy voyage
age voyage which is of ideal length to
serve as a quick refresher-trip
preceding all the holiday festi
vitles at home and has the add added
ed added advantage of providing an
opportunity, for" passengers to
fill the traps in their Christmas-gift
lists in the fascinating
shops en;, utWMi.r'V mmn
"the Sa,nta Rosa cruise Int Int-medlately
medlately Int-medlately tollowin.. the- holi holidays
days holidays leaves New York Satur Saturday
day Saturday January-8, following a 13 13-day
day 13-day itinerary coveriry La Guai Guai-rak
rak Guai-rak Venezuela: Curacao: Nether
lands West Indies', f Kingston.
Jamaica: Nassau. Bahamas;
and Port Everglades, Florid-
another Idea for a' relaxing
post-holiday vacation Advt.

r WANTE0rBi-lingual tecretary.

Must pe' intelligent, able an' I i
; 'willingfe Uarn. Excellent werfc
' : ing conditio end good pay. Part
time else acceptable. Please ae- ,j
, piy m eeraee. KsJ Sheertth Israel
36h, end Cube Avenue. Apply
Derween j 1 ene t daily: Phone
I-0206. ,, r f
v Wanted young accountant or
C.P.A. net elder than 0 year.
Besides accounting training must
be bilingual- end experience in
correspondence. Good future in
a well established eomeeiiy.
, Please write re age, experience,
personal references and picture)
te P.O. Box 4247, Panama City.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS i
DRAWER "A". DIABLO f
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CJE.
PHONI BALBOA J70 f
Lessons
rofeasor, graduate of University
fotj California. M. A, degree from
Oxford, ecurs excellent results,
. tutoring, eelleoe and colleee
: baratery aubjects. Phone Pa name
1 'i,d'.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Twe Pekeinese t
months old. Tel. 601 Heute
WANTED
WA NTED Dutch ceuple with
twe children wishes te rent 1 1-bedroom
bedroom 1-bedroom chalet, furnished er un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished with maid's ream, ga ga-raga,
raga, ga-raga, farden, good naighberheed.
Responsible firm .will- guarantee
"eaf entraet. Make effers at
' telephone -2-1120. effica siauae.
new YORK: Oct. rupn
The stock market recovery in n
grets at the "close yesterday ea
ried over' into the opening de;
mgs xoaay,
Most stocks rose fraction!
moderately active tradinc. mat.
ed by a .group of blocks ranging
upward from .1,000 shares.

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ply supply spnvoys to Quemoy despite the. withdrawal of American destroyers from convoy
idjutyf a spokesman said today.
'Rear Admiral Liu Hoh Tu, spokesman for th,e Defense Ministry, said the Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists plan to maintain warship escort even though Communist' Chinese artillery
iias been silenced by a Peiping cease-fire.
Il The U.S. State Department announced In Washington yesterday that the U.S.
Bventh Fleet would temporarily suspend its operation of shepherding Nationalist sup sup-;jpjy
;jpjy sup-;jpjy ships through the international Waters of the Formosa Strait between Formosa

land Quemoy.
Yesterday'g action was an ap ap-tftrent
tftrent ap-tftrent etfort to nail down a per per-Slancnt
Slancnt per-Slancnt cease-fire in the Formosa
fclrait,
5Bot tbe State Department warn warn-eiftfiat
eiftfiat warn-eiftfiat the convoys by U.S. war warships
ships warships would be resumed forth forthwith"
with" forthwith" if the Chinese Communists
reopened their artillery bombard,
went of the Nationalist held on onshore
shore onshore islands. .
4Jhe department said the origin original
al original ardor providing for the U.S. es es-StTVill
StTVill es-StTVill was in effect. But it
d the fact that the Reds bad
hilted-their attacks under the seven-day
ceasefire announced Sun Sunday
day Sunday "suspends the military neces necessity"
sity" necessity" for the exorts.
"Department press officer Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln White declined to say speci specially
ally specially whether the U.S. action was
signed to persuade the Chinese
mmunisU to extend their cease ceasefire
fire ceasefire bevond the seven day petriod.
'But he said (he "en ire object
of the United States has been to
ahieV3 a halt in the fighting, and
'obviously we hope the cease fire
ViW Continue Some wora on this
may come tomorrow from U. S. S.-Red
Red S.-Red China negotiations m War Warsaw,
saw, Warsaw, Poland.
SWhite said he assumed that U.
gj warships stopped escorting the
nationalist vessels as soon as the
Reds stopped shelling Quemoy.
The Peiping government said in
a' broadcast heard In Formosa
Out bo U.S. wairships had been
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obsarved near Quemoy ince
early Monday.
Th Red broadcast alto aired
a new demand for withdrawal
of U.S. forces from Fromosa
It said this would assure "calm
and quiet" in the Formosa Strait.
If U.S. troops stay there, it said,
"military typhoons will occur
every day."
The Stale Department said
there was "full consultation" with
the Chinese Nationalist govern government
ment government of Chiang Kai-shek "as to
this matter" of the convoys. It did
not say whether Chiang had a a-greed
greed a-greed that the convoys should be
halted.
Dispatches from Formosa last
Monday said Chiang was opposed
to any halt in the escort activity
during the cease fire.
A battalion of Nike Hercu Hercules
les Hercules missilemen landed on Formo Formosa
sa Formosa meanwhile to bolster U.S. de defenses
fenses defenses in the Far East. Ame American
rican American warships were on the alert
in the Formosa Strait to resume
escor.- duty with Nationalist sup supply
ply supply convoys if needed.
The announcement made it
clear that the United Sates did
not stop escorting activity as a
political l espouse to the lifting of
the Red barrage but bepause
there no longer was a military ne necessity
cessity necessity for such action.
The Chinese Nationalists took
advantage of the lull in the cri crisis
sis crisis and siepped up supply opera operations
tions operations to the battered offshore is islands.
lands. islands. The 701 men of the U.S. 2nd
Missile Battalion debarked from
the USS Brcckenridge at Kelung
and immediately began prepara preparations
tions preparations for th installation of the
powerful Nike Hercules missiles.
Officers estimated the battalion
would be ready for action in about
a week.
Anrival of the battalion defied
repeated Conununis demands for
the withdrawal of U.S. troops
from the Formosa area
The five ton Hercules', an, -anti
aircraft missile, had arrived in
advance of the men. The missile
can blasi the fastest plane out of
the sky and are capable oi carry
ing an atomic warhead powerful
enough to shatter an entire squad
ron of bombers.
The missiles will be set up on
launching sites now under con
struction on Formosa.
Latin American
Summer Program
Planning Begins
Meeijngs for volunteer workers
and others interested in the Canal
Zone summer recreation program
in the Latin American communi
ties have been announced by the
President of the Board.
Tomorrow night there will be a
meeting at Santa Cruz Service
Center, and on Tuesday the Pedro
Miguel-Paraso group will meet in
the Music Room of the Paraiso
High School building. Both these
meetings will start at 7:30 p.ra.
All volunteers, instructors, per persons
sons persons who are willing to serve as
volunteers, civic leaders, and oth other
er other members of the respective com communities
munities communities are urged to attend these
meetings and help in planning a
program for the coming year.
THIS GIRL'S
CONFESSIONS
MADE MILLIONS
GASP I
From the shocking
best-teller that reveeled
more than a girl ever
revealed of herself before -a
girl for whom there was
always a man .
almost any man .
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Convoys

For Quemoy

Los Rios Man
Was A Friend
In Early Days
Along with the two present
employes of The Panama Amer
lean whce 33 years of service
stretch back to the very first is
sue and before hundreds
of former employes and asso
ciates remember the close shaves
ana excitement or its salad days.
One of those who read Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's capsule history of the pa paper
per paper now launched into its 34th
year was Pete Monaco of the
Canal Zone, a man who has a
way with a printing press.
Pete came to the canal 7.nn
two years before The Panama
American was born. And he was
right in there on the engineer
ing ena oi the presses when
Nelson Rounsevell was trvinir to
coach and cajole some beaten beaten-up
up beaten-up old machinery into printing
newspaper.
Much of Pete's good counsel
and know-how was riven on a
friendship basis. He was a fi financial
nancial financial Backer, too. At on
time just tit stood between
the paper and bankruptcy.
Rounsevell needed that much
to get a stock of paper rolls
off the dock, and Monaco
came through.
On another occasion, Pete was
on duty out at, the old Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Division when Rounsevell
appeared, seeking aid to patch
up a press.
"I'm sure it must be t.h nn
Benjamin Franklin used," one
of Pete's associates observed
Nevertheless Pete came into
the plant, had a hole dug, de devised
vised devised an A-frame and some oth other
er other gadgets and presently news
print was going in, newspapers
were coming off.
Back in the States, Pete had
worked for a few months with
linotypes. And with a set of
mechanical drawings, he could
put a press in operation.
He also helped install a newer
and larger press.
Later still, after the paper had
been bought by Dr. Harmodio
Arias and associates, Pete help
ed on the press used today. This
press was installed during World
War II. pete was working for the
Army then, and he recalls that
it took special permission from
the Commanding General for
him to be granted a six weeks
leave of absence to get the big
press bedded in.
Pete Monaco la retired now.
First he retired from the Pan-
ama Canal Organization, then
the military hired him, for an another
other another several years. All In all
ne had 53 years of U.S. feder federal
al federal service when he went off
active duty .status.
Labor union affairs and com community
munity community work have always been
part of his life, so while he is
no longer on duty, there's no
doubt about his still being ac active.
tive. active. He makes his home with his
daughter in the Canal's newest
town Los Rlos.

AT NATIONAL BP.EWERY Personnel of the Civilian Personnel Office, Albrook Air Force Baseband officers 6f Local 900
and 907, AFSCME, CIO-AFL, pose outside th National Brewery with acting: general manager Alejandro Duque, Jr, and sales
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(1) The man-carrying rocket has now been
lifted beyond the atmosphere. First stage has

idropped away and is parachuting into the ocean.
I With power of second stage exhausted, rocket
coasts to height of several hundred miles.
At precise moment when it is parallel to Earth's
'surface, automatic controls ignite third stage and
explosive bolts blast it loose from second stage.
jThis second stage shown here is not designed to
be recoverable, but will disintegrate from friction
or crash into the sea.
j More advanced rockets may have all three stages

jbt
back to Earth.
(2) Because first stage
Navy Vessel'
Is Billed For
A bill collector walked into the
Navy headquarters at Ft. Amador
this week.
He was armed with a tape mea
sure and looking for Capt. Robert
F. Legge, the Navy's swimming
surgeon. ;
"Where's that doctor who's go going
ing going to swim the canal?" he de-
manaea. "He nasn t paid nis ion
charges yet."
Chief Admeasurer Walter Hebert
of the Panama Canal Company
wanted the doctor to cough up 72
cents the minimum ballast rate
per ton for vessels transiting the
canal.
"I guess-you'll have to pay,"
Defense Official
Says Plans Ahead
For Real Spaceman
WASHINGTON. Oct. (UPI)
A plan to put man in space in an
orbiting capssule was disclosed to
day at the Pentagon.
Officials said the goal will be to
keep the manned capsule circling
the earth for 24 hours, and pos
sibly 10 to 12 orbits, before re
turning the vehicle safely to the
ground.
The project, for which 40 mil
lion dollars is now available, is
expected to be completed within
three years.
Roy W. Johnson, director of the
Defense Department's Advanced
Research Projects Agency
( ARPA), mentioned the plan
briefly in a speech at Stamford,
Conn., last night.
Departing from his prepared
text, Johnson said "it is our plan
to have a man in space in 2i to 36
hours.
Speculation at first was that
Johnson might be referring to the
Air Force SX-15 rocket plane,
which will ascend 100 miles but
will not go into orbit.
Officials said today, however,
that Johnson was referring to an
entirely new project. They said
That the manned space
vehicle will he a capsule,' not a
winged plane like the X-15.
That the experiment will be
considered successful if the cap
sule orbits the earth once, but that
the goal will be 24 hours in space
That when the "hardware" is
available, the experiment will pro
bably be repeated several times
to gain as much information as
possible for space flight.

THE STARS (14-Men in

reached a lower speed
Dr. R. Legge
Canal Transit
said Herbert.
"But that explorer guy Hallibur
ton paid only 36 cents when he
went through in 1928," protested
the doctor.
"Well, the price has gone up,"
said Hebert.
The 53-year-old Navy captain
forked over the money and pocket
ed his receipt.
The transaction paved the way
for Legge to launch his big" try at
swimming the Panama Canal on
Saturday except for one more
hitch. 1
There was a small discrepancy
of improper lighting.
Officially, the Canal Company's
hazardous boarding condition re
port saiq:.
"This vessel is not complying
with Panama Canal Regulations
regarding the following specific it
eni improper lighting for safe
boarding."
Dr. Legge promised to take care
of the matter and all was forgiven
Chief Admeasurer Hebert walk
ed off counting his 72-cent collec
tion.
Navy vessel "Robert F. Legge'
was cleared for transit.

3 Canal Pilots
For Lighting In

A paneV- of three Panama Canal
pilots has been assigned to special
duty as a consulting and directing
committee on an illumination sys system
tem system for Gaillard Cut.
The lighting of the Cut and the
locks areas are two of the projects
adopted by the Canal administra administration
tion administration to increase the capacity of
the Canal and to improve safety
in night-time operations.
Earlier this year the installation
of lights along a short section of
the Cut was completed as was a
new lighting system at Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Locks.
These Installations were made
on en experimental basis. The
lights installed at the locks
have been found to be entirely
adequate.
Canal pilots were asked to give
their opinion on the adequacy of
he lighting system in the Cut.
Their replies were varied and inconclusive.

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reuse. When It separated from the assembly,
strong, heat-resistant metal mesh parachutes were
ejected to slow its fall to the surface of the ocean.
With fuel tanks empty, the rocket is buoyant. Its
radio transmitter aids picket, ships in retrieving it.
(3) Attaining orbital velocity, rockets of the
manned section are cut off as the vehicle now a
satellite begins its silent revolutions about the
Earth. It is constantly falling, but Earth's surface
curves away from it as it falls. The satellite's
centrifugal force just balances the pull of gravity.
Severely buffeted by three periods of intense

acceleration first stage, coast; second stage, coast;
third stage, coast the spacemen are now experi

Faubu
Private

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Oct. 9
(UPI) Gov, Orval E. Fuabus
made a personal and urgent na
tionwide appeal today for contri
butions to operate a private, segre
gated high schooi system in Little
Rock churches, lodge halls ad
rumpus rooms.
He ordered copies of the appeal
sent to, thousands of persons who
have written,' telegraphed or tele
phoned him asking how they can
help.
"It is urgent that the students
reenter school at the earliest pos possible
sible possible date," the letter said in part.
:"Tni? r It'riw!,' preserve
constltiioryil .HflhU, not only for
the citizens of Little Rock but
also for all the nation, is most
urgent."
Dr. T. J. Raney, president oi the
Little Rock Private School Corpo Corporation,
ration, Corporation, sighed the letter above Fau Fau-bus'
bus' Fau-bus' signature
It seemed obvious that there
would be no need to make a na nationwide
tionwide nationwide appeal for funds if Little
Rock and Arkansas segregationists
were contributing as the corpora corporation
tion corporation had expected.
Sit On Panel
Gaillard Cut
Following the original survey by
the pilot force,, the Marine Direc
tor was requested, to designate a
panel of senior pilots to assist En-
gineenng Division personnel in se
lecting a satisfactory system for
use in the eight-mile channel.
Members of the panel are Capt.
Vernon C. Whitehead, of Balboa,
and Capt. William E. Hopkins and
Leo t, Donohue, of unstoDai.
They are presently engaged
on the problem and are expect expected
ed expected to submit recommendations
this month covering thre prin principal
cipal principal points: Type of lighfs to be
used; location and alignment;
and shielding requirements.
In addition tq specific recom recommendations,
mendations, recommendations, the pilot committee
will serve as a consulting and di directing
recting directing group, supervise planning,
advise on installation problems,
and supervise nightly checks after
the system isr" installed.

.Read

By Don Oakley
for

encing the phenomenon of weightlessness over ft
long period of time. '
Although' they will be wearing spacesults, th
first human "arbiters" probably, will not leave th
protection of their cabin. They will complete only,
a few -revolutions around the Earth, as instru-"
menu record radiation intensity and their body
reactioni; They wilt thi begin the difficult job
of descending from orbit. v.
BuT'eventually, men" will not be able to resist
the; challenge oi emerging from their ship as
shflwiiiaboveiand- becoming, in effect, separate
satellites themselves as they float in apace. Not'
until then, will man truly bsi in space.
Nextrt tetnrn to Earth. ;

s Soliciting
Sthdil Aid1

But Raney and other
private
to sav
school officials refused
how much has been contributed In
a campaign thav pegii mote than
a week ago, ,
They have mentionaed individual
amounts such as $5,000 and t3.000
duc win not, give a, total
A staff .Mr$m,
went throush1 thfe
sages he has received, aha sorted
out likely addresses, to send per
sonal appeals to. ;
The appeal letter, said:
"The plan set up by action of
the extraordinary session of lH the
General Assembly pwipidr the
use or state tunas,, to beiallocated
on a per-student basis, fo the stu-'
dent's education, in whatever
school he chose to attend. X
"At the request of the NAACP
and the Justice Department, the
federal courts have enjoined all
public officials, including school
teachers, from using the Stato
funds, as provided by law.
"The acts have been challegned
in the courts of the state where
they have already- been uphold as
constitutional. AV present time
schools are closed thrmieh
the injunctive process of the i fe-
"For this reason, It appears ne
cessary that the Littie Rock pri private
vate private school corporation, should pro proceed
ceed proceed with its plan tcf set up pri private
vate private schools, in private facilities
to be. operated by private funds.
" uigcnv; in a i vue siuuenia
reenter school fc the earliest pos
sible date. We wbultf, 1 therefore,
appreciate your assistance in pros
viding contributions to Sustain the
private schools, at this time, f
"Should we win our fight in the
Jos6 Mercedes Camero 32, Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian i i wa fined 10 by
Judge John E. Demina at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrates Court loday for
driving attruck wi)th,out an op-
erator's license. He was also fin
ed $5 for Jiavtnr no Canal Zone
windshield sticker. ;,
For turning t. bus unsafely on
Bruja Road, Olmedo Almenitar,
o, Panamanian wasilines $15.
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courts, thus permittinf us to, us
public funds, as authpried by th
legislature, xtheh ,anyv unused por
tion of your contribution will be
refunded to you on a pro rati
judge, today ordered
la
federal
ChartloH
Mi siid wirrn Ceun
ichoilr en i Uir4e.uii
with public fondi. ,2'; r
Judge joh Paul lild the sfatt
snd the school boards' of the ,tw
localities must V completely cut
?JL Connections Mth. ,th? .private
icliools 6f: allow Neroe-t enroll,
in them..
r Faul nnouned ; K opinion
from the bench after a nearly two.
hour Conference with attorneys fof
Negro plaintiffs, the state andthe
school boards of the two localities
before anJT testimony aj heard
' He would riot rule, however, I
ort the Validity of Virginia laws
which shut down two public
schools in Charlottessville and
one in Warren County after Paul
had ordered them integrated.
Paul hbtetf that' the rnnstitntinii.
lity of the anti-integration law
is now nemg testea oy the Stat
Supreme Court and said he rec rec-ognized
ognized rec-ognized that court's rieht tn rule
first.
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Weather Or Not I
This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared bf the Meteorolorlcal
and Hydrosraphie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:'
Balboa
TEMPERATURE:
High gg
Low ....Y, 78
Crlst6bal
75
HIIMIDITY:
High
99
64
94
77
Low
WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (inches)
N-13
.40
N-18
,6S
WATER TEMP
(inner harbors) 83
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1:22 p.m. 7:44 p.m.
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