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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br. dawn; and started
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BEFORE the Canal, Zone United Fund Kick-Off4. Programs got underway this' niorning

nd successful' start. Within minute; after vthe Bdsa Hill

ilted Ftind -envelope to

:,ine box loaded upon a truck, and ne unit s 100 percent
i motorcycles with blaring sirens. Upon arrival at Balboa
o x Kngineerinu Si Construction Buteau director Robert D.

t ". the ,1958 Campaign Lt. Gov. John D McElhenyt chairman of the Governor's Council
eta rthe drive in the Company-Government' organization. r'- :

lotured above are the
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USS Legge Logs Waterway's

Time

Legge the Lionheart staggered
home last night in still wet
swimming trunks, xirank eight
martinis Jn quick If succession,
tied a tie round his bare neck
with ah immaculate knot and
relaxed with a contented smile.
Dr. Robert F. Legge Navy
orthopedic surgeon had .that
"I've just swum the Panama
Canal" sort ol smile on his
face..
Leeee hauled himself from the
water at Pedro Miguel Locks
yesterday afternoon after a
gruelling two-day swim during
which he got crampfd, exhaust exhaust-ed
ed exhaust-ed and-in-addition hit on. the
head by the propeller of the
escort boat.
Leeee with hta swim or 21
hours 54 minutes, v broke the
previous record lor ;tne.v;anai
swim of 26 hours 31 minutes set
in 1914 by two Panama Canal
errployes, who. is any case. tooK
seven successive days over tne
The saea of tne epic swim 01
lion-hearted Legge who at 53 is
a lesson' 'to most men who set
stiff pnd sedentary at 35, went
as follows:
SATURDAY. 5:55 a.m. A pre
dawn tlunee : from the south
wall of Gatun Locks: was watch
SeryicemaniVho,
Refused To-Pdv;
Cabbie fined
A U.S. rvlceman wa tan
to Balboa1 Magistrate's Court to to-dav
dav to-dav becaifse he called a taxi
and then when he found he
didn't need it after all, refused
to pay the cost, of sending .for
it.
He Is Richard Lawrence Bo Bo-narek
narek Bo-narek 31, of the Army. He, was
charped.: under the regulations
coverinr nubile nasseneer vehi
cles, that on; Oct. 12 he called
a taxi from the taxi stand at
Pier 18 Balboa to Diablo Club
house and then did not want
the taxi and refused to pav 50
ents to cover the cost of the
trip out there. -! : ,.v
Judee John H. Deming fined
him $1.

hi Keyman, the envelopes 'placed

members of the Sosa Hill Quarry unit as they loaded their envelope aboard a truck. The unit's
standing at far left, first row, aad G. P. Maynard, standing to the left of the sign on the truck

taunt ins man ana tne

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY

Crowds Cheer Him To

ed by only the occupants of the
escort boat and one locks.guard.
Legge' was wearing red trunks,
irog-ieet flippers ana a wnne
surgeons cap to protect his s bald
head from the sun,.
9 a.m.: He complained of his.
first cramp. In. his calf in
forceful terms beeaus.Jt was
only the second time he has
ever had dramp in his life.
The first time was week ago.
He massaged it while floating
In the water between Tiger
and Lion Islands. -:
10:08: He reached Bohlo Point,
a quarter of the way;, His stroKe
was slowing noticeably and he
ate a candy bar. A number of
ships hootea their sirens in wei-
conje as they passed
11:35: Legge had his first rest
while the escort boat tied up at
a buoy. He had a meal of boull
Ion. Scotch whisky, a chocolate
bar and a can of beer. The boat
crew, policeman William "Red"
Nail, Navy chief journalist Rich,
ard H. Rothrock Navy photo photographer
grapher photographer Bob O'Herln and Legge's
son Gordon, aged 20, mas massaged
saged massaged his lees. Gordon often
dived in and swam with his
father, talking to him and en
couraging mm. v.
4:20: After two more jests'
he reached the half-waymark
-at th south end of San- Fa
-bio Reach? Hr had complained;
Roias Pinilla $
Back 1ft Colombia
To Fight Charges ;:
BOGOTA, Colombia, Oct. ? 13.
(UPD Ousted ex-President Gus
tavo Rojas Pinilla, who has been
impeached by Congress, Returned
here over the weekend to fight
charges that he abused his powers
and 'profiteered" while in., off ice.
There had been fears that riot riot-in
in riot-in e would break: out be.tween
friends and foes of Rojas r if j he
came back from Spain, where he
has been living as a refugee, but
in fact his yeturn proved ,to be
uneventful.
. Quarry forctt had reoorted to

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in one of tha Maintenance Division's large construction tool

report was en route to. Bawoa Heignts escortea oy iramctpo-
Heights, the big box was unloaded and the envelopes turned'
Brown, Jr.;' who in, turn -handed over the first 100 percent re

country u ajw: Aoranam Lincoln.

OCTOBER IS, 1958
of an unexpected discomfort
J. an aching Jaw because of
taming his head and opening
his mouth to breathe. :.
By this time he had been in
the water for 10 -hourf and 55
minutes- and had covered 14
miles 1,220 yards. ,:
- 8:07: Legge gave' up for the
day on ; reaching threes three
quarter mark near the Dredging
Division at Gamboa. It was too
d$rk to see him and he admit admitted
ted admitted he was very tired. Darkness
proved a real hazard. :! At ,one
point, the boat crossed hla path,
ran over r him and one of the
propellers struck his head. He
apparently registered "surprise"
and then carried on swimming.
He went home to sleep but
cramp even disturbed his dreams
and kept waking him up. On
Sunday morning, after coffee
and eggs afe Gamboa Clubhouse
he felt so exhausted ana suit
that he was in two minds
whether to o through with it.
However, he entered the Water
at 7:33 a.m. His left shoulder
was so sore it was almost use useless.
less. useless. '
' A radio call was put out for
a masseur and by 1:30 a phy physiotherapist
siotherapist physiotherapist Mildred Kopf had
been located and was" ferried out
to the escort boat. For 15 min minutes
utes minutes she pummeled and rubbed
hint and he flopped back,. Into
the wate? with I few lesjr aches.
., -Hundreds of people gathered
at Paraiso reach to applaud
and cheer hiniThis encour-r
red him so much thUt instead;
f getting out it rest here so
as to be fresh for the final run
Into Pedro Miguel, he carried i
straight on at a faster pace.
It was exactly 3:15 when he
clambered from the water at
Pedro" Miguel, helped onto the
lockside by R Admiral George
Wales...
After his loust with the mar martinis,
tinis, martinis, which he had to abstain
trom while he was in training he
was taken out to dinner in Pa Panama
nama Panama by fellow officers.
Today he was at his desk
promptly at 8 a.m. but later re retired
tired retired for a massage. He Is quite
fit except for a sunburned eye,
stiffness and a very red face.
the 1958 Campaign1 was off to a
work, each man had returned ?
Tor Voluntary Giving which
wj VrVir- v.w,;

Fastest
Martinis
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THIS IS THP MAN who manag managed
ed managed to keep his head? above water
from Gatun to Pedro Miguel
Locks and break theCanal-swim
record. His head, topped by the
surgeon's cap whilh kept his
balding pate from' being sun sunburned1
burned1 sunburned1 on the way, poses for a
picture at the finish line.
41 Pacific Council
Candidfes fie
For Office Nov. 4
With nominations closed, the Pa
cific Council Elections Committee
announced the enhslment of 41
candidates for new Councilmcn.
The ballots for the election, which
will be held November 4ththaye
been ordered printed, Chairman
Roger C. Hackett stated.
In the Ancon Balboa Heights
Ward there are eight candidates,
three for two-year terms and three
as one-year alternates as follows:
Georee Fears, Roger Hackett,
Dr. Daniel HirschI, Leo Krziza,
Walter Lindsay, H. J. Pettinfjill,
Hugh E. Turner, and Mel Walker.
There are 18 Balboa Ward can candidates
didates candidates for the hame terms: John
C. Adams, William S. Benny. Ma Mary
ry Mary Brigham, Fred Denton, Thom
as J. Ebdon, Jr., Dorothy Hanni Hanni-can.
can. Hanni-can. John W. Hare, Mrs. Patricia
LeBrun, Rufus Lovelady. Mrs.
William' Mallory. Mel Millard,
Lloyd Murphy, Richard R, Potter,
Max M. Schoch, Ronald L. Seeley,
J. Robert Smith, Mrs. James
Trimble, and Russell T. Wise.
Diablo Heights Ward has six
candidates: Richard Chesson, Ka-
therine I. Clark, W. E. Colclasure,
Richard F. Daniel, A. C. Payne
and James A. Yates.
The nine Los Rios candidates
are: R. W. Blades, A. M. Bouche,
Jr., Richard M. .Conover, Mrs.
Marjorie B. Evans, Edward, Lucas,
Robert E. Medinger, Charles
Staples. E. B. Verner and Mai
colm Wheeler.
Besides Hackett, the other mem
bers of the Elections Committee
are W. Esshnser. Walter Lind
say, James A. Shirley, and, R. A.
Stevens,
TO SEEK RECORD
LONDON, (UPD-Roberta Co-
well, a male Royal Air Force
pilot before her sex change five
years ago, announced today she
plans to try for a Transatlantic
airplane speed record. Miss Cq,-
wen,i,wno aiso arove racing cars
befnt-a ihm Jtov rhftntr salH KhH
would make the flight from West
Africa to Brazil and back across
the South Atlantic.

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79,212-Mile Trip
Into Outer Space!

Finishes In Flames

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13

Pioneer rocket plunged to flaming destruction somewhere
oyer the South Pacific last midnight after a history-mak-

ng 7,xix-miie nignr mro space, tne Air rorce announc announced
ed announced early today. r;

It said it was not able
where the rocket returned to
tracking station lost contact
p.m. as it neared the end of

The robot, the Air Force added, is assumed ts

have burned up on re-entry."

The instrument-packed rocket, deflected from its
selected path to the moon by a "drift" in its guidance
system, struggled upward into space from Cape Cana Canaveral,
veral, Canaveral, Fla., early Saturday. "V'
But the rocket, its momentum unequal to the relent relentless
less relentless pull of gravity, slowed down. Finally, at 7:42 a.m.' yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, it reached a peak of 79,212:,miles, hung almost
motionless tor a white and then began the long plunge
back to earth... , rr.-....W-''';-

- ut;eveaVthaironW had r.Bitejrve risMtF&ie4PWt.

velei' lBorfc than a third ef the
way to the moon--something no
rocket of any other nation appar-
enny has done.
The rocket was travelling at an
es imated 34,425 feet per second
when it shot back into the atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere approximately the same
speed it a' ained shorily after it
was launched from Canaveral at
4:42 a.m., Saturday.
, Recoun'ing the effort to swing
the Pioneer into an orbit and thus
Lake Woman Subject
To Epileptic Fits
Drowns In Gatun
A Panamanian woman was found
HrowneH in Gatun Lake yesterday.
It is believed she fell in the water
when seized by an enileotic fit.
The woman was Emerita an an-chez.
chez. an-chez. 30. a resident of the Ciri
Grande River area, who has suf suffered
fered suffered from eoilent'c fits since she
was five years old.
On Saturday she disappeared
from her home which is about 40
vords from the river. Her mother
Francisca Maallon Sanchez be began
gan began to search for her and found a
calabash bowl on the bank of the
river. Knowing mat ner nauffnier
used the bowl to fetch water from
the river, the mother called h
son, Julio Sanchez, who was work-
ins on a nearby-tinea.
With long stick he probed the
water where the bowl had been
found and located the body within
a short time. He dived in and re recovered
covered recovered the body in about 15 feet
of water. The body has been ,ent
to the Board of Health laborato
ry for an autopsy.
Search Continues
For IAGS L-19
Lost Over Mexico
A search was continuing today
for an L-19 plane of the 937 Engi Engineer
neer Engineer Company (Aviation), assign assigned
ed assigned to the Inter-American Geodetic
Survey project in Torjeon, Mexi
co, missing since Sunday morn
ing. Two men were aboard.
The plane left Torreon for La Laredo;
redo; Laredo; Texas, at 9:25 a.m. yester
day with sufficien. fuel for a four four-hour
hour four-hour flight. It was last heard from
two hours later over Monclova,
Mexico, about 150 miles northeast
of its starting point.
The Rescue. Coordination Cen er
at Albrook Air Force base said
that because of the distance in involved,
volved, involved, no aircraft fh the Pa
nama area wer, dispatched to aid
in the search. Operations are be being
ing being handled from Laredo and an
Air Force spokesman there report reported
ed reported an officer of the 48th Air Res Rescue
cue Rescue Sausdron at Eglin Air Force
Base, Fla., was flying to Laredo
o direc he search. An L-zo from
the 937th's Ton-eon base, piloted
by 1st Lt. D. W. Coggins, was" was"-mong
mong was"-mong the planes participating.
Word received here this morn morning
ing morning indicated that bad weather
was hampering aerial activity.

nVB CKNTI
(UPI) America' vaunted
to pinpoint exactly the area
earth because its Hawaiian
with the Pioneer at 11:46
its journey. ;
' ;
uiK viiem iw -ai leasi a wiiue,
the Air Force said, repeated ef.
forts were made to fire the vebi
cle's retro-rocket during the. last
two hours of fligh..
jjui it saia "no confirmation of
succe-sful liring was received'", 6y
scientists listening anxiously .t
iheir radio receivers.
Buccaneer Flyers
2 Excess
Cessnas From US
A couple of aircraft, together
worth at least $20,000 are being
procured by an Isthmian flying
club at no cost whatsoever.
The Buccaneer Flying Club,
USARCARIB which usejd to oper

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ate from Paitilla Airport in Pa Panama
nama Panama City, recently moved to an
airstrip at Fort Kobbe and
placed themselves under the
sponsorship of the U. S, Army.
Now they have been offered a T
number or Cessna 195, five-pas
senger planes which have be
come surplus to the Army'and
are being offered to the clUb oft. !"
a permanent loan basis. 1"
-
The Army designation ofrtha
single-engine Cessnas is LCliftl) -and
they are available at Fort
Rucker, Alabama. A special
board meeting of the club was
held on Sunday at Kobbe when
it was decided they could, use
two of the planes with the pre present
sent present membership of the clubr
At present, the club has the use
of part of Hangar 4 at Kobbe. and

has three planes, a Piper J. 3, a
Piper Vagabond and a Ercoupe,
all of which are owned by the club.
At present, tne club has about
45 members, or roughly 15 memb
ers to a plane. With the new planes,
there will be vacancies for a
number of new members.

AEC Explodes 5lh,
Most Powerful u
Nuclear Device
ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nef., Oct.
13 (UPI)- The Atomic : Energy
Commission early today exploded
the 5th and most powerful nuclear
device in its current test series,
a 10 kiloton blast dangling from,
a balloon 1,500 feet over Yucca
at.
Because of the height and size
of the blast it was visible for se

veral hundred miles over the west V
ern desert wasteland.. Mrtorists
were halted between nearby Lai
Vegas and Bea 'y, Nev.. and ad- i
vised not to look directly at the
fireball. ; -'';.,
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The shot went off at 5:20
The experiment with a fore ef '
10,000 tons of TNT was the half half-way
way half-way point in the AEC's weapons
development effort. It origraallt j
was scheduled to go yesterday but
"technical difficulties caused a
postponement. .,..(;,'; xl.v.v.4- v ,,

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7HE MAIl BOX

ALEMAN'S ALES.

Bb:

E'l never thought the day would come, but here I Jmwn-

gfatulating National Brewery manager Alireao i wwy rf""
3in for going to work and breaklnglnW the Stateside. aqtrtet
wtfh his BalbSa Beer. He well knows that-up there his product
vAll stand or fall on its merits, and he shows himself prepared
ta do business under these ground rules.
Wat a sudden change of pact this is from the Mayor Aie Aie-rtfan
rtfan Aie-rtfan who a couple of weeks or so ago was trying to tell us Zo Zo-jnlans
jnlans Zo-jnlans that we were not allowed to drink foreign (i.e. Danish,
darman, Norwegian and so forth) beer.
H Grounds for his former declaration seemed to have, I
rlid them correctly, no connection with the customer s preier preier-encet,
encet, preier-encet, or the quality of the product. Rather a few diplomats
81 probably whisky drinkers at that had sat owUshly round
conference table and come up with a solemn International
treaty declaring that Americans on the Canal Zone should

drink Balboa Beer.
? It's real great, at that, to know we taxpayers, both Amer
r, oanamaninn r subsidlzint a bunch of cookie push

X- ,v, tm. f.oriMiv with the fundamental problems of

this worried world. Instead of toying with trivial Issues such as
the avoidance of nuclear warfare. ' ,
f I might ask wheher the drinking of Sotch whisky on the
Canal Zone is not also a horrendous breach of the treaty, see seeing
ing seeing that Panama produces various hard liquors of misty an an-f
f an-f tm mellowed a minimum of 10 minutes.

i But this is no day for sniping. Mayor Aleman has gone out

to hustle an honest buck for his company and nis coumry
against any and all competition. For this he deserves a place
or honor set well part- fr6rh the monopolists who are fngnten fngnten-el
el fngnten-el to face fair competitton either In termsof price or of quality,
t; I like this new' Mayor Aleman much more than liked the
old one. I'll like him even mote .If he mU) hustle around among
his fellow industrialists in Panama' itftd peuade i .-them, tljat
Anerlcans both In the Canal Zone and the WS will be happy
to buy anything and everything of PanamaHsn origin provided

it can stand ud to iair competition iu i. ji m""j;

Rpem the thoneht'of competition scares

J..Mict r Tonma ricrht nut of their monevbaes

' A Panamanian I much respect told me the other day that
the Commissary shelves were the Panamanian shoppers soundest
i&arantee wgalnst prices taking off for the moon after that
Stoneer .rocket, and quality collapsing like the Washington Sen-
rFortheanmono'pollst manufacturers here covet -a place- for,
tfelrfciS&duct on the Commissary shelves. The only way to-win
tflid SSld tsuch a place is by meeting the Commissary s own
sfandafds of quality, and the Commissary customers' standards
6l PMypartamanian friend found his gratitude for the existence
ol tfte. Commissary shefres (he himself never gets so much as

rtlnftitfed by the declaration of Canal Zone Gov. William E. Pot Pot-tisr
tisr Pot-tisr toMiam Chamber of Commerce president Gustavo Trlus
i&at "ouF (Panama Canal) philosophy opposes a monopoly and
Aff.r nnrrhiivrM varied line Dermlttlng selection. Our

JLUnin. ,ui rnnHnnf tn have the same oDDortunities of selec

Uon of brands and qualities, as their counterparts In the United
States. Nevertheless I do not visualize this as in any way pre

cluding Panama products with their lower costs of production
Under practical depreciation techniques from usually offering a
$ CMydpanamanlan friend especially liked the "usually offer offering
ing offering a price advantage" bit.
He expressed some reservations as to whether the peon-er-iibitine
monopolists' habit Of charging their Cadillacs to the
im came within Potter's reference to "practical depreciation
tgthniques."
Is. I have a feeling my new-found buddy Mayor Aleman would
H0t quibble on either count. Wouldn't be surprised that he also
realizes he could sell even more beer If he could persuade his
fallow industrialists to pay wages which do not confront their
peons with the choice of dying of hunger or (if Balboa Beer is
their chosen lubricant) dying of thirst.- The'y sure as shooting
d not get paid enough to both eat and drink.
I" Alemanista

By VICTOR RIESEL

Sir:

B.H.S. FOOTBALL GAME MANNERS

After attending the annual football Jamboree Oct. a, and

5 he J.C.-C.H.S. contest this past Friday, n is evident mat me
Jevils and the Tigers know how to act at a public function.
That, however, we cannot say about the wise-guy Balboa Bull Bulldogs.
dogs. Bulldogs. ii Beside me as I write this is the letter by "Concerned Fa Faints"
ints" Faints" (Mail Box, Oct. 11) referring to the. same thing, i.e. the
sportsmanship and manners of the Balboa Bulldogs.
f, "Concerned Parents" state that the Bulldogs must get spirit
out of a liquor bottle. If they do get their so called spirit there,
5- would like to know where they get their manners, which they
o not seem to have any of.
Principal Hotz is a good man, who we all respect. He has
a Job on his hands with such a big student body to attend to.
I'must say that his students did not act like Bulldogs, but more
Uke puppies.
It is pretty bad when the principal of a high school can cannot
not cannot even go to a football game wlthbut having to go over to the
tands where his students are to make them, behave and act as
rrownups should. I am referring to the game between Junior
College, and Cristobal High School last Friday night. Balboa
was not even playing, yet the public is talking more about the
eonduct of BHS students than they are talking about the game.
Jl they wanted to yell for College, they could have gone over
to the stands where the Junior College cheerleaders and back backers
ers backers were sitting. But these Bulldogs, and I use the word lightly,
would rather go where they could be noticed most. Let me tell
them that they were noticed, and what people are saying about
them certainly isn't something they would be proud to hear.
Then again, they all act as if they have no pride In them.
They didn't just go over and yell for College, but they did more
yelling for Balboa, and singing "Beer, Beer for' Balboa High." I
must say that that is probably exactly what they would be
drinking right, in the classrooms if Hotz and the other teachers
were not there to watch over them. i
,. Then they started throwing big balls of paper at the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal cheerleaders, which shows just how Ignorant some of the
Balboa students can be. The Tiger cheerleader! actually had
to dodge things that were being thrown at them, to they could
do their cheers. It got so bad that the announcer had to refer
to it over the loudspeaker. Then when Hotz went over to sit
with them, they all acted like little angels.
If Balboa 'wants to know what spirit Is, it isn't too hard to
find. Just look at Junlqr College, and Cristobal, and try to be
little more like, them. If Balboa yeUpdtMrruch t their own
tames as they" did in trying to provoke" the Cristobal eheerlead eheerlead-Seri,
Seri, eheerlead-Seri, they might have a little of the spirit to talk about.
In closing, I would like to ask all the BHS smart-alecs one
simple question: Who won the game with A.C. Thursday night?

It was Dick Nixon who did
much ox ilie miking ai tne iresi iresi-ueni
ueni iresi-ueni strategy luncheon last Mon

day because ii is Dick Nixon

woo now is the Republican s na national
tional national saaLegi&i. Aim i e-iuen. Ei

senhower likes it iha. way.

it was Dick Nixon's decision to

come out slashing at ne leti

wing" it he did successfully in
mos. ot nis early campaigns. He
revived it on the roau uiajug his
recent tour. His audiences wem

for the attacks, he felt, as he un

leashed them irom the speaker's

platform. This he told the IVesi-

oen at the Republican backheld

huddle the other day.

'ine White House ueclaration of

war on poll tico-ia Dor Dosses is

swiit waeeling away irom Mr

Nixon s more recent middle of-

the-road policy ot wooing even the

top union chiefs.

Those who believe they know

Mr. Nixon's reasoning say that

he finally feels tha. nothing can

be gained by avoiding a head-on

attack against the national labor
leaders.

This "to-heli-with-them" attitude

will be denied if there is a direct
query to the Vice President. But

it is a fact that he and his col

leagues and the President of tht

U.S. now believe that there are

millions of rank-and-file union
members who are dissatisfied

with the politics of their union
chiefs.
The Vice President has a heal healthy
thy healthy respect for opinion polls.
Some of the results tnese uoor uoor-bell
bell uoor-bell surveys show considerable
public uneasiness over the Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan Committee's exposures.

Mr. Nixon believes that the dis

closed villainy can be turned into

votes.

It was apparent from President
Eisenhower's comment on labor
that he believes that his party
can pick up votes from working
people in and out of unions.

The President said "we can be

proud of the rank-and-file's condi

ions which right now are the

hpsl (Wa" hnv a .call k nrv tn

the millionaire be "selline" It to th neoole in

good, hard campaigning, 'he Chief

Executive told his party leaders

Some of those close to Mr. Nix

on saw niore in the Vice Presi
dent's strategy than just an at

tack on politico-labor leaders. One

of the facts of political life which

Mr. Nixon taw for himself in the

raw on the road was the broken

com bank condition of his party

in many areas.

In some political circles there

was lit le dbub' that Mr. Nixon
and his colleagues in the GOP

joint high command we blun'ly

telling industry to get off its swiv

el chairs to contribute cash and
to campaign. This was seen in
'he pile-driving reference o "na

tionalization and socialization of

industry ; ..." if the Democrats
win.
Few industrialists have been con contributing
tributing contributing either money or manpow manpower.
er. manpower. There have been some local
contributions, but cert"'-'" m out outpouring
pouring outpouring of big dollar i" nation national
al national GOP war chests. Typical is the
Rockefeller gubernatorial cam campaign
paign campaign in New York where the fi financial
nancial financial burden is bein carried
by a comparative handful.
But even the money i.n't all-im-nortant
fo- oddly enoueh, i can't
buy manpower. Certainly nothing
which can ma'ch the 'ens of thou thousands
sands thousands of unionists who are even
now organizing doorbell and tele telephone
phone telephone ringing squads and car
ponW fnr V-day V n''"
Mr. Nixon and his associates
want to s ir he cortrra'ion into
competing with the labor political
machinery richt on th iv iv-el.
el. iv-el. One recent survey of political
activi ies by corporation' rf'scl" rf'scl"-ed
ed rf'scl"-ed that not more ""an 10 of the
thousands of major VS. firms

were in practical politics" the
nv phrase.
Even this is a long count. Most
o' these 10 ac'ually )re ,,in" 'ii
fall campaign as just rehearsal
for 1960.
One of the few corporations now
racing to st itself into "psifion to
challenge the union camoalgners
;s Gulf O". I' ?enio- e" -'-dent,
Archie Gray, tells, me. "We
are in 'he orocess o nrenjtrno
olan or program which corpora corporation
tion corporation C1 f'v an-) ln-'i.r tn.
low i V this field." He reoor's that
it '. 't from comole' "',"
It is this sort o' ac'ivi'y whlqh
'he RemtM'csr hi"1' r-m"T""1
hopes 'o stimulate while it is go go-in?
in? go-in? r the rank-and-file voters
as well.
"It's bold bid. And Dick Nix Nixon
on Nixon is hiring the road to make I,
when he stumped agans' '"he
a- he did in campaigns of .Vd
when he stumped against "the
left wing."

XUrntt,

Walter Winchell In New York

Football Fan

Wr:

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Collector of sea shells prefer a live specimen of any un

common find. And -'wherr trading, they always prefer that the
'tperculum be sent along with the shells, and that the perlastra perlastra-sum
sum perlastra-sum never be removed. Bivalves are juss as welcome as uni univalves.
valves. univalves. So are sea snails. If any of your sea-shell hobbyist read readier
ier readier are interested in trading via the malls under these condi conditions,
tions, conditions, we would like tthem to write to either of 'tis.
(;j Jo or James Groat,

L.ITTLP UIX

NEW YORK HEARBf AT

Celebs About Tpwn: The huge

crowds congesting traffic at the

Helen Hayes s.ake uoor. Waiting

lor Her eminence to come out....

Commentators &a Murrow and
John Daly strolling along Fifth

Avenue ivine to iook ue City

Slickers. .. .Kx-Chamoion Jiocky

Graziano, rehearsing lor the Gary

Moore show, being told to raise

his voice an octave. Because he

sounded "too much like Miss

Bankhead".-. ..- .Belgian chanteuse

Momaue Van Voorea airing ner

French poodle on, one leash and

her Tasmanian cat on the otnei.....
Charles Ruggles felling tht Abs Absinths
inths Absinths House prop. tha. his rolt In

"Pleasure Of ur company,
marks his first Broadway appear

ance in Z5 years. vv Jamaica

star Lena Home" ati Ssrdi's luck

ing to her severe diet on matinee

days: One avocaao. t

SaUies in Our Alley: The Cafe

S-. Denis s ayups were panning

Iiz Taylor, the widow. . ." J.sn t

it awiul," said one knocke, me
way she dated Eddie Fishe? while

he was sUU living with his wile

and children? "...."You must ex-
. j

cuse ner, meowa .anoiner, uiu

she know what she. was doon m
her hour Of grief?". . Over Over-head
head Over-head in Lindy's: "'We have an
awlul lot of heels, phonies and in-

eratea on Broadway". . well,

what S reet has an All-Star cast"

MidtOwn Vigne.te: It happened

the other middle-of-the-night in
the 10th Precint Station House. ;

Two patromen made a sensatio

nal "collar" of a man who had
just stuck up a cafe with a ioaueo

Rpretta. .As he was being book

ed the Mirror photogger took his
picture. . ."Whaddaya ryin' ;o
doooo?" he compainedi ndignant ndignant-ly,
ly, ndignant-ly, ryin' to make me look like
a Bum?"
Memos of a Midnighter: Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hoffa and Mrs. Hoffa are hav having
ing having their own "union" problems....
Dodie Marshall, one .ot the cuter
cover girls (never suspected of
being a bride), quieily unlatched

from Barry Marshall, ad exec...
Victc- Borge vigorously debunks
the report that anyone got kick kick-Backs
Backs kick-Backs irom his hen biz. . .The
whistle-blower on that $50,000 a
month call-girl story was a witch,
who tried to tap Bea Garfield, al alleged
leged alleged moddom, for $250. . .Don
D Leo of the drama and canary
Jane Judge hide-a-woo at La La-S
S La-S rada in Gramercy Place. iTne
Fred Robbins of tv ironed out all
details lor an unconies.e i aoro i i-ation.
ation. i-ation. .Vaughan Monroe's new
dit y "Ten Chaperones," and
"Chantilly Lace" (a current hit)
are prackilly Twins.

McCarthy, Jr., a slage hand at
tne Win er Garden, is working on

nis aoc.oraie in ungusb at Co

lumbia U. .Show experts figure
"Music Man" is a cinch to pay 10

to x on us investment, rne a way

company and the touring troupe
earn oe ween 35 ana 40Us a week

. .Helen Yun, the South Korean

graphologist a. the Vanuerbilt

Hotel s 1-urple Tree, has a Sut Sut-thin
thin Sut-thin accent. She's tne dcntr nf a

former. Korean Governor, but was

raisea in MUteriurg, Kentucky...
"Once More Wi h Feeline rino

at the National Theater on theJ

usi, is a comedy about "the rages

auu resets ot an; ldentiliaole
(StokowskiH) symphony batone-
er. r !C'':"?
?Big"Tow Sideshowi tn of the
sights t(j isee to ;Manhatth t; is
Blaze Stair, twho stars aLrfrig
Stopiy-Second Street. . One of
the more inteljigenc i,ady Peels!...
Wotziz Name (he viis over here

recen ly with his famous Sons.

Volare") was a nichriv visi or

La Starr is the eldest of six sfun sfun-ning
ning sfun-ning sisters, all striDDers. .Four

are unveiling here and in Bali-;

more two are rehearsing in the

wings. .They are Blaze 25 Fav

21, Debbie, 20. Patty, 19, Mary

Jane, 18, and Judy 17,. ...Big Sister
plays the role of Big Daddy :o
them all. ; .She spends mmt of

her money for thejr college tui

tion.

Manhafan Murals: Tne AW

Theater porter, who wesrs the

fanciest uniform In town. He

sports a get-up like an Air Force
saw virtuoso, who (ohm the
Times Sauare beer circuit. Featur

es a Briddish accent and a crak crak-ed
ed crak-ed monocle. .The only "KoshPr''

Italian restaurant it town. The

Monte Rosa on West on West 48th

Between eth ana 7th Avenues.

xnt rant Avenue shop winuuw
near the Waldorf whicn displays

book mea: "JHa.oscoDes mr

Pussy Cats." ("Ahhh, M'seer Poo-

zeexe .),.. .me leaves in

Cental Park autumnbling from

the trees.

r PHILADELPHIA RepUDlicans
are unhappy over new conflict-of-interest
case of the type that

has plagued the i Eisenhower : Ad Ad-mmistration.
mmistration. Ad-mmistration. This one is highly
embarrassing becaue it involves a

itepuDUcan congressman now run running
ning running for the Senate fliiniwri An.

lightful Hugh Scott of PtnnsyW'
Coming on top of the Sherman

Aaams-boldfine conflict of inter.

est which forced. Adams out of

tne wmte House, and on top of

six other conflict-of-interest nffi

cials who have been forced to re resign,
sign, resign, the Hugh Scott revelation

Mnnsa no smiies around tne tit tit-publican
publican tit-publican National Committee.
Far it's now discavarad that
Congressman Scott, who used ta
ba Chairman af the Republican
National ; Committae, racaivad
$2,000 far gaHing a pardon in
1M4 for Nicholas areallo, con con-vlctad
vlctad con-vlctad of .robbery ef a liquor
warehouse and then deported to
Italy. Shortly thoraafttr, Scott
Introduced prlvato bill in
Congress to par mit Ma rceloe to
ftvrn fo tho Un tad States. Tht
till passed -Congress.
It is a criminal offense for a

member of Conn-ess. th take

fee. direetlv or Truiinfiv

his law firm, for introducing leg-

l&iauon or any juna. ,.

IRONIC TWIST

' Stage Door: "My Fair Lady",

now in its 3rd year, still holds

renearsals. ,Do you feel a song

coming on? You can rent Car

negie Han one night iar only $1,

400. .Adrienne Angel, pretty
sunset-haired thrush in-, "Bells,"
and actor Se n Briggs are having

it put. asunaer. .Mrs. f ranchoi
Tone's windows Wert ,'mvsterion

JsJL broken, Thesdajiilew to the
Baissels 0jiirtwJtl4 5piayi4

v,ur.yijjayingera. ex-uapu or tne
Latinf Quarter,; linej weds EVdie

trorme s conductor Woe Uuercio)

aoout Thanksgivmg Day. .".Don't

get fresh with Sally Chu of '"Suzie
Wong." She's a iudo instructor....

That lovely stagedoor Janie. who

waiia uuiame iu.- Aiiuiew rrine 01

.Look Homeward. Angel.,'' is act

ress Mary Severson. ... Albert
Anastasia's friends say his widow

is no marrying a Canadian or

anyone.

LUCKY TEA BREAK

LONDON (UP I) A tea break

saved the day yesterdav,!

Some cons'ruetion workers were

of the job drinking tea when 17

tons of steel and concrete fell one
floor.

S, &liSUIi8J

For the Best
in news and entertainment
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840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

Congressman Scott's rnnflirf nf

interest came to light through an

ironic iwisx or political fate. Penn

sylvama "Republicans had been

cnarging that Governor Genre

Leader's pardons board had been

granting a large number of par pardons.
dons. pardons. Gov. Leader. Democrat, run

ning against Scott for the Sen

ate, replied that there had been

fewer pardons under him than tin.

oer Republican Governor Jim Duff.

and only half as many as under
Republican Governor John Fine.

Then he revealed that 'Congress

man Scott himself had appeared
before the oardnns hoard in

when .Fine ;was Governor and re-

ceivea a s,uw tee lor a fnteen
minute plea for Marcello the
south PhitMelphia deportee, then
living in Italy.
Congressman Scott was fully

awaro mar as a congressman
it was questionably for him to
introduce a private bill for
man from whom ho took a le

gal fee. Far ho told tha Penn.

svlvania pardons board that
Marcello would apply for ;ad.
mission to tho United States, but
that "such procedure would
havt to' be handled by sonvs sonvs-ono
ono sonvs-ono other than me."

''The fee charged was ten times

the normal fee for an aDDearane

in sucty a ?ase before rfw state

parqons fmm&, tioadet
served !'Certainlyeyeryo4y;fcnew
that the pardoriNwouldbe worth worthless
less worthless without the. subsequent pri private
vate private bill." u -:r s r:X '.-.r
Republicans ;re now I moaning
privately that they never should

nave raised the question of par
dons. j
EMBARRASSING MOMENT

In Washington, the Scott issue

comes at an embarrassing mo

ment, not only because of the

Goidlme case, but because the

Justice Department, while not

movmg against either Goldfine or

Adams, has called a special grand

jury for action on Baton Shacfc-

lette, chief investigator for the
Harris committee and the than

dug up the evidence against the

two. It also comes just after the

death of Henry Grunewld,: Demo

crat, who was hounded to death

by the Justice Department After

the U.S. Supreme Court -upheld

mm and a Federal jury, had fail fail-ed
ed fail-ed to convict.

AH this has put the Justice De De-partment
partment De-partment in the position of prose prosecuting
cuting prosecuting Democrats rlntf..iv

rhK ignorin malfeasance by R.

fuuukaua.- ww .....
:-Cgr?,ssm? ScotV explahatlon
n the MargeUo private. bill case
is that his law firm; got the mon-i

ey. Some previous precedents in
Washington show that this is not'
valid. When Congressman Vincent
Quinn Democrat of Staten Island
N.Y., represeted clients, t througbV'
his law firm, in a criminal, case
before the JusUce Department, ht
was Indicted by I Democraticon
trolled, Jpstice Department ., under -Truman.
- ,,-:-
lAi,ta' Congressman John WoodT
of Georgia, Democrat, introduced
a lull to compensate Ralph Stan-
field of Tate, Ga., for an BW',
wJLlJn i'rmy truck- F 'm:
Wood s law partner Jrecelved
fee of $1,000. t :
Tht reaction of Ctorgta wof.
trs was such that Wood did not i
f"1 wt-tltction. Later Pros.
idant Eisenhower appointed tht
with RopubUcan laadn ngs, to
4ht Subvarslvt Control Board
but wasLforod to withdraw hit
name whan tha Saiut.

rtt. mrtugh his law
f rm for tht intraduti J Z

tia

privatt bill.

of a

,i3. V-e ,ome of Preee Preee-Congressm,n
Congressm,n Preee-Congressm,n Scott, who introduc-
PIECES OF GREEK SILVER
tr-1'' K"nianH,
or Greece was pivino .... j!

ner for Premier Harold Macm i-
h1ave0'.t,ln'.Their SwS,
nave almost been at daggers
pnis.and Macmillan had enm.

Son. r 10 trl t0 '"Prove rela.
tions, Karamanlit w.. .-...n..

- "cuer inenasfiip.
llJlttl

ffi?int for the first tiine thV
beautiful silver set g i v e n th
g overnment by8Col. Nasser
resident of Egypt. DnH

Zzi-V. aamired

iiHwre, was a

t h a

great hit.

Mony a girl has martoged to
get a bachelor's degree whin she
would rather get a bachelor.
(ILL TWO CORRIDORS

STENIGOT, England OJPl)

Tht government told two surplus
corridors yesterday.
Tht corridors, no longer wanted

by the air force wnich used them
to connect buildings in a camp,

included flat roofs steel windows,
wooden doors and two wash bas basins.
ins. basins.

New York Novelet: For over a
dozen years Ralph Young, a hand handsome
some handsome man who can, sing, went
nowhere along he Broadway Car Car-ousel.
ousel. Car-ousel. .Last year it looked as
though lie Finally Had 1 Made
. .He teamed with a comic for
television (and night spots), but
bookings were scarce. . .Tney
split and Mr. Young was reduced
to handling the production (girl)
numbfr-s in a Broadway bs ro -next
door to a night club where
he was headline? month befcre
.. .But that folded, too, and he
was broke.1 .Two weeks ago he
told one and all thst he had It
and would take a job as pitchrMn
In a -Five-and-Dime I ore. .But
that was two weeks sot. .we's
the happiest-man in New York
right now4.; .Fe has the -eason's
Big Plum. V .Lead In the new
musical, "Whoop Un". Moral:
Broadway's tbe 'oughest street in
Ihe world -'of li But look how
manv havtl "

-,.
Broadway Small talk: Poddv Mc Mc-Dowall
Dowall Mc-Dowall of "Handful of Fi-e" and
Gail Audrey "get away from us
all1' at the: Press Bx. She's a
soci.t'ite-student. Billy Wardle
(Cana("a's answer Elvis) now

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ened likened to a sea of sand, it can in
no way be called a smooth sea.
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lating undulating sand for the most part
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desert is more than 1,000 feet
above sea level and its highest
peak is more than 11,000 feet
above tea level.
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MONDAY, OCTOBER It, X9t
THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1TY NZWSPAPW

.Social and Otherwise $x 134,
By Staffen Panama

Birth li Announced
Dr. anu ..jardo E. Sclles

announce the birth of their fourth

child, i daugiHcr, lii o oj:i id 'i
Gorgas Ho.,piti. The new baby,
nev iirit. daugn er, nas ueen nam named
ed named Mafta Patricia.

COLON UNIT OF IAWC CELEBRATES
TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY TODAY
i Members of the Colon unit of the Inter-American Worn
n'g Club celebrated the twelfth anniversary of their or organization
ganization organization today at a general aaaembly and tea. The event
was held in the club's building In Colon: -,.,,'
A special guest at the tea wi Mrs, Laura Toledano, a
charter member of the club. A Columbus Day program naa
been planned.

Fert Gulick Wives
Set Films Of Panama
Films picturing the interior of
Panama, shown Dy tv- bailey
of Margarita, were a highlight of
the meeting last week 01 ne fort
Gulick NCO Wives in the ballroom
of the NCO Club. Mr.. Ka e Kiliup.
president, was in charge of the
meeting
Mi-. Frances Ledue was the
Winner 01 ihe white elephant prize.
New members welcomed into
the club were Mrs. Lccluc, and
Mrs. Barbara Kloe. Others attend attending
ing attending included Mrs. Nora Perry. M
Flo Henning, Mrs. Martye Saund Saund-eri.
eri. Saund-eri. Mrs. Ann Solis. Mrs. Nancy
Williams, Mrs. Ann Baicazar, Mrs.
Eouise Wilcox. Mrs. Viola Hi n.
Mrs. Ann Wilson, Mrs. Frances
Berger. Mrs Terry Trask. Mrs.
Jody Morris. Ms. Rila Gomes',
Mrs. Trudy Bray. Mrs. Betty 0'
Hagan, Mrs. Isabel Santos. Mrs.
Ruth Cris. Mrs. Beve-My Robinson,
Mrs. Doris Brown. Mrs: Phyllis
Cirdwell, M.-s. Lettie Do son, Mrs.
Virginia Craig, Mrs. Bet y Lind Lind-qUist,
qUist, Lind-qUist, Mrs. Helen Murdoch and
Mrs. Dotty Foster.

Pilarcita Diaz del Valle and Ra Ra-quelita
quelita Ra-quelita Ring. Marcial Diaz Jr. and
Tomas Alber.o de Obarrio were
arras bearers.

Canal Zone Baha'is

i The discussior. ciass of the Ba

ha'is of Ihe Canal Zone was held

Sunday morning ip .he Communi Community
ty Community Building at Curundu.
Miss Mir Is Wtd
To Mrs. inrlqua Rogers

Of social interest in Panama Ci

ty last week was Hip marriage
Miss Magdalene Miro, daughter o(

M and Mrs. Ruben O. Miro, lo

Air. Enrique Rogers, son of Mr.
and Mrr. Luis Landero Jr. T h.e
vows were exchanged in an eve evening
ning evening nup ial service at the S-nc-tuario
Nacional del Corazort de Ma Maria,
ria, Maria, wi h Rev. Manuel Prada offi officiating.
ciating. officiating. Maid of hono- lo the bride was
Miss Mareela Miro. and the flow flower
er flower girl was Loli'a M'drnce lleri'o-

ra. Serving as train bearers were

SIIIEfD(iHifUEnS

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Retirement Party Honors
Mr. and Mrs. Harn:on
A gala buffe dinner and dance
at he f'v:li Guest House Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening honored Mr. and Mrs.
John C Harrison, who will sail

from the Isthmus tomorrow to

make thei- home in San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. Mr. Harrison re'ired today from
the Dredging Division of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Ca'ial Company, where he
has served a an engineer for 24
years.
Mo c than 100 associa es and
frieiv's of he couple en''ed the
party, which was given by the
Msrr En a nr-ers Bene it Associa Association.
tion. Association. The honored couple received
a number of farewell gifts.

is

MEETINGS

Each notiea tar inclusion in rhlm
column should b tisbmitud ta
rvan-writt I arm and maiUai
th boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otharwiso," or dolivorod
bv hand to rh ottica. Notices
antetinga cannot bo accaptod h
tn.aphoa.

Vespr"Circl Mooting
Tile Ve.per Ciircle of the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Union Uiurcn wid nave a
monthly meeting Tuesday evening
a. 7:30 in ne pauuiidge in aou u
Gamboa. Mrs. Everett K i m m e 1
will be ihe chairman in charge i
the meeting. A special invitation
has oeen extenued lo women

whose families have recently mov
ed to the community. A social hour
will follow the formal session.

Wednesday evening the auxilia auxiliary,
ry, auxiliary, enrolling the membe'ship U
two circles, will have its quarterly
fvpnms session in the chapel at

7:30 p.m. JUrs. Mack Myers will be

ihe speaker, lhis is an open ses session,
sion, session, to which all members and
friends of he church are welcome.

Viit'np Parents Hr
Pp'' o Felipe and Gonzelo Ma Ma-riategui
riategui Ma-riategui have ar'lved on the Is h h-mu
mu h-mu fo'' .'11' w'th heir nr"nts.
Ambassador and Mrs. Jose Fran Fran-r;sco
r;sco Fran-r;sco MTtateni of Ihe Peruvian
Embassy in Panama.

FINDS SELF "DEAD"
TEL AVIV. Israel. UPI Egyt.
Ian lmmlarent Yitzhak Ben Sa Salem
lem Salem reported th loss of his
identity card to a nearby regis registration
tration registration office only to learn he
was offlrlallv "dead An official
explained his death had been
confirmed bv the district health
officer last July. Ben Salem, 60,
will tv "dead" end without the
identification can- until officials
clear up the muddle.

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Altar-Rosary Society
The Al ar-Rosary Society of Sac Sacred
red Sacred Heart Chapel in Anton will
meet Tuesday evening al 7:30 .n
the Parish Hall.
Guest speaker will be Miss F.lsa
Valdes. director of public welfare
in the Minisirv of Heal h, Labor
and Social Weliare of Panama.

All interested wemen of Ihe com
munity are invited to altend. Mem Members
bers Members are urgeo to bring guests.

Numismatic Society
The mon hly meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Numsimatic Society, Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Side, is planned for Tuesday
evening at 7:30 al the JWB-USO In
Balboa. Persons interested in trad
in? coins or having coins evaluat evaluated
ed evaluated are invited to altend.

American Legion Post One
The regular mee ing of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Post One of Fort
Amador will be held lhis evenini
at 7:30. A roast beef dinner will
be served from 5:30 In 7 p.m. to
post mejnbe-s, npw applicant and
'heir families. 1

Ft. Amador Officers' Wlvot
Members of the Fort Amador Of-

Fp- the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE

PANAMA REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2066, Sunday October 12, 1958
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" k "B" of 26 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

1886
2092
8 3 50

$ 52,000.000
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00

$ I s i i $ s j $
No. Prize I No. Prlzr No PrllM No. PHzi'j No, Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prize No. Prles No. PrluM
6086 ir.fi. 00 I lOSfi ir.fiOO 20K inH.OO ;0H6 1M.0A 401 ir.fiOII SOHfi 15fi M t!0S6 r.C.,00 70S6 ISfi.OO S0 ISA OA Mftft 111(1.00
OlSfi 1S6 00 1186 156 00 1186 ISO 00 JIM MO 00 4180 156.00 .1186 156 00 01 SC 156 00 7186 156 00 8180 150 00 0180 1M.0O
0286 156 00' 1286 156.00 2286 lM.Ofl 3280 1 11.00 4 !80 156 00 S286 156.00 6286 156.00 7286 150.011 8286 156,00 0280 ISO 00
0386 156 0" U86 156 00 1.186 ISO M pH ISO 00 4381 156.011 S.186 156 00 UlSli 156.00 7386 156 00 8380 150.00 0380 150.00
0486 150.00 I486 156.00 i486 150.00 5480 150 00 4(80 156 00 5486 156.00 6486 156.00 74S6 156 00 8486 150,00 0450 150.00
0586 156 0" '586 156 00 ?586 150.00 3586 150.00 j 58 156 00 5586 156 00 6586 156 00 7586 156 00 8586 150.00 0550 150.00
0686 15li.no 1686 156 00 2086 150.00 3686 ISO 00 156.00 568B 156.00 I K86 156 00 7686 156.00 18680 156 00 0686 ISO 00
0786 156 00 1786 15S 00j2t86 150.00 3786 188 01 i 4786 Its On 5786 156 00 6786 156 00 7786 156 00 j 8786 156.00 0786 156 00
0886 2.600.00, 1S86 52.000.00 78M 2.600.00 !U6 1,000 on I K 2.600.00 5886 2.60(1 00 6886 2.KA0.O0 7886 2.600 00 8886 2.600 00 0886 2.600 00
0986 156 00' 1986 156 00 1 2980 150 00 S050 156.00 4986 156 00 S986 156 0(1 6986 156 00 7986 156 00 8986 156 00 9986 150.00

Approximations Derived From First Prize

J 1 I I si s j
1877 520 00 1879 520 00 1881 520.00 1881 5?A 00 1885 520 00 1888 520 00 1890 520 00 1892 520 00
1878 520.00 I 1880 520.00 1 1852 520 00 I 1884 520.00 I 1887 520.00 1889 520.00 1891 520 00 1893 5'0 00

1894
1895

S
520 00
510.00

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

0092

2083
2084

200 00
130.00
1.10.00

1092

2085
2086

t
260.00

130.00
130 IM

3091

208T
2055

S
260 00

130.00
130 00

4092

2090
2090

260 M 5092 260.00 0092

j '091 130,00 1 1194
2093 130 00 2095

J
260.00

7092

260 00

8092

260.00

130.00
130 00

1?0 00
130 00

096
2097

130.00
130 00 1

08
2099

130.00 2100
130 00 2101

9002

260.00

130.00
130 00

Approximations Derived From Third Prize
I I i t t it t
0550 150 00 j 1350 150 00 1550 150.00 1350 150 00 4350 150.00 1 (350 150 00 6350 150.00 7350 150 00 MS0 156.00
8341 10( 00 8343 10( 00 8345 104 00 8347 10( 00 8149 104 00 8352 104.00 83M 104 00 83S6 104 00 8358 IflToii
8342 104.00 8344 104.00 8340 104.00 8348 104 00 8351 104.00 I 8,155 104.00 8355 104.00 35 104 00 1 8350 104 00

- - --, iiu. i aiiania ana jru. in ranama
The Nine Hundred whole ticket ending In 6 and not Intl urted In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" Si "B"

Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama, JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
The Representative of the Treasury JOEL MEDINA

WITNESSES:

Gulllermo Dean Crd. 11-filS
Vicente A. Cervera Ced. 8-23379

RICARDO VALLARINO
Notary PuMie. Panama

PABLO A. PINEL M
Secretary

SvlTC. Th "'tanlni tiekt with Oie last cipher nd with the tuo Ittt
riult. elehtH Bly nly to tho rirat Prlie
Th First prite. tnd th tri tno srH friito oro rfm nriiv Th up
VixlrBatlrfUi r ulniltterf en th flrot. teen4 n Third p'ite tn (l
a ticket 8hAUl4 ttrrv th flumfeert 6r fh Brit, th hlflr ll ntltl04 to
cUlm payment for each. i

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday October 12, 1958
Drawing Numbor 181

Fraction

First Prize 86
Second Prize 92
Third Prize 50

Ticket

$11.00 $220.00
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00

-!" m.,,Lh,ra.l'' it",r''"' h th Oftlelol List of Panam In
"'X! "L?1" K,tl,,"' wef ldent Lottery lhiati on Central Av.mi.
PLAN P" rtnDTNART nAlvrNnN. WILL
TAKK PLACE KWTOAT, OCTOBER 19. 19S

Dlvldeil Ir two aerlea of M fmrtlon erh
rnisT prizf
1 First Prlre. Serle A and B of 120
1 Second Prlie. Serlee A and B. of 7
1 Thlrrl Prlre Srle A nnd B. n 3
IK Annrnrlmotlnn. 5erl A and B. of
Prlres Nrl A and B, of 1
fl Pflrea, fieri A and B, of
M0 Prlret. HerlM A and B, Of
.. . .. ItTOM) P17t
II ABpronlmitlOm, SeH0 A Ind B of I
t Ptfi, Serin A and I. Of
THIRD PRIZr
IS Approximation, Serin A and b. nt t
Prl7. Serlee A and B, of

denominated "A" and

1074 Prliea

000.00 each aerie
,800 00 each erleti
,000.00 each wlea
100.00 eocn rlet
30(1 00 each erleo
70 (Ml ach erlnt
18 00 tacH terlea
! 00 h ftrte

130 00 each MrlM
MOO OCh rl
'it 00 ttn atria

Total .....

$52,000 on
15 000 00
7 .000 04)
0 SOfl 0
KM00 M
M 040 00
40MO0
1,141 It
(MOM
I 1.17100
1.404 00

tl7.St

Price of a whole ticket .$26 00
Price of a fifty-iecond part ..50

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISC OLNT8 OR TAXE8

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NEW OFFICERS of the Order of Rainbow for Girls, Pedro Ml guel Assembly Three, are shown after the installation cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies at the Ancon Masonic Temple. In the first row, from left, are Carla Elich, Carolyn Holderson, Judy Buehler, Delores
Hammond, Beverley Bryant. Second row, from left: Judy Brown, Judy Pennington, Beverley Phillips, Barbara Bongiomi,
Ellen Wilson, Sue Thomas, Joyce Herring. Third Row, from left: Patty Davis, Danielle Harned, Mickey Walker, Nancy Web Webster,
ster, Webster, Diane Hoenke, Carole Zelnick, Mary Lynn Stoakley and Aloha Shatrosky.

Honor Award Is Presented
Balboa High's Newspaper

o

Th Balboa Hiah School student

newspaper the Parrakeet, has re received
ceived received the Quill and Scroll "A"
and International Honor Award.

The Oulll and Scroll Society, an

international organization for high
school Journalism, made the an

nouncement ot tne awara at me
cnmoletlon of its annual critical

study of thousands of high school

publications. Tne rating was given
for the 1957-58 academic year.

Oulll and Scrol 's critical service

program provides for an annual

appraisal of. tne scnooi newspaper,
not only in terms of journalistic
merit and educational values

ThU vpur'i ratine ii the hlsheat

awarded by the Quill and Scroll
mnA it loot th Parrakeet as a

"newspaper of superior achieve

ments, 't ?
Special praise was given to the
Ittoraru aootlnn initiated into the

Parrakeet by Judy Rettlnger, this

year i co-editor.

Toator TV Hummel. Balboa Hi8h

Srhnnl Inntrurtnr. was the faculty

advisor of the Parrakeet. Raul

Barbara, now at the University of
Arizona, was the student editor.

Paul Bennet, now attending ieor ieor-gia
gia ieor-gia Tech, and Rochele Head, now
studying at Canal Zone Junior Col College,
lege, College, were associate editros.

Other members of the editorial

staff were Mary Smith, Marilyn

Ward. Roger Toledano, Bernice
Betz-Mykland, Dolly Chan, Olivia
Wlnstead. Mlrna Pierce. Jeanette

Egllnton, Linda Lonsmore, Monte

Mooney, Virginia Qulros, Judy

Rettlnger, Nancy Therrell, Joe

Trower. Victor Avlla.T e n n le
Sperlock, Terry Corrlgan, Frank
Towsend, Bill Klrkland, France
Paige ind Sarah Purdy.
Quill and Scroll also awarded

ficers' Wive? Club have planned a

coffee meeting for Wednesday

morning a 9:30 at the For1 Ama Amador
dor Amador Officers' Open Mess. Speaker
at the meeting will be Mr-s. Mau Mau-rlcio
rlcio Mau-rlcio Attia. a Colon businesswom businesswoman
an businesswoman who will discuss and display
fabrics.
Reservations should be mde
before Tuesday noon with Mrs.
Charles W. Jagoe, 82-4249.

an excellent rating to the busin
ess oi'xanlzat.on of the Parrakeet,
Jacques Cook was the faculty bus business
iness business advisor and David Elsen Elsen-mann
mann Elsen-mann the student business advisor
Other members of the business
staff were Roland Elsen, Eve
Elsonminn, Jeffrey Kline, Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro Perez venero, Roy Wilson
and Vena Bennett.
Frederick Brown is faculty ad advisor
visor advisor for the Parrakeet during the
current academic year. Olivia
Winstead is editor and Judy Ret Rettlnger
tlnger Rettlnger it co-editor.
Young Mothers

Agree jahildren
Should Be Spanked
WASHINGTON (UPI) A con con-ference
ference con-ference of young mo hers agrees
children should:
Be spanked as needed
Not call their parents by their
first names.
Do household chores without
being paid for. them.
The 100 delegates to a "better
living" conference concluded a
three-day session Thursday by
also agreeing tha' parents should
art a ps rents Instead of trying
to be "pals" with their children.
The mothers whof average
age Is 32 felt 'hat school work

should be stiffened. Most said

Ihey would cona'der It a compli compliment
ment compliment if their children were called
"eggheads."
They generally agreed that
younitslers start dating when fhey
are too young. They objected o
teen-agers going itoadv. bu felt
this custom hid declined ome ome-whst.
whst. ome-whst. They also felt that the subject
of "teen-asers" has been ?o ovp--emphasized
tha' the word has de de-velonril
velonril de-velonril a "bad" ronno etion and
should be dropped from the vocab vocabulary.
ulary. vocabulary. A question on what peron they
would Uk, 'heir children to emu emulate
late emulate brought mention of theee
nsmes: Franklin T. Roosevelt.
Albert Schweltier, Bob Hope and
Mamie Elsenhower.

fytV' THE VOICE OF
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VS by Dorofhy Killgallen
tyWa i r m i0ti

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MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTEBOOK
Burt Lancaster and his wife, who
lead an unusually quiet life for
flicker folk, are about to be put to
the trouble of denying the tradi traditional
tional traditional Hollywood rumors.. .Johnnie
Ray, making his first appearance
in South America, caused a sensa sensation
tion sensation In Buenos Aires. Traffic in the
metropolis Was halted for over an an-bour
bour an-bour before his initial appearance,
and the gendarmes had to be call called
ed called out to handle the wildly admir admiring
ing admiring fans... Several foreign nations
are interested in buying Bobo Roc
kefeller'r luxurious town 'house s
New York headquarters for tl I r
diplomats . .Film actress Ann
Baxter Is In the mood to elope
with Norman Olson, a wealthy
business man.
Para mount's new "Tanan" mo movie
vie movie will cost a million and a half.
The first one, made in .1918, cost
about $12,000.. .Ruby Dee is set to
play the feminine lead opposite
Sidney Poitier in the Broadway
production, "A Raisin in the Sun
...Lisa Kirk confides to chums that
NBC would like her Persian Room
act as a half hour television spe special
cial special Former Group Capt. Peter
Townsend, Princess Margaret's
love, Is getting his finances on an

even keel via books and movies,
but his ex-wlfe the barrier to his
marriage to Her Royal Highness
has steadfastly turned down alt
offers for her memoirs, which cer certainly
tainly certainly would be read avidly by
members of the public In more
than one nation. ..Writer Sy Bart Bart-lett
lett Bart-lett appears to have flipped over
Eiko Ando, the Japanese braifiv
who figures as John Wayne's lead
ing lady in "The Barbarian and
the Geisha,"
Members of the Eddie Fisli'
Liz Taylor set don't expect the
two to stay out of the headlines for
long, Judging from the explosive
quotes they're dropping.. .Rle news
for the beverage world: The Fu
hlein firm will take over fe I tl
Guinness stout for U.S. consump consumption.
tion. consumption. (It's even a social note, in a
way; the best known Guinness
heiress is the young Aea Khan's
mother)...That stag three some at
the Baccara Judge Michael
Schweitzer of the General Sessions
Court of New York. Judge Ferdi Ferdinand
nand Ferdinand Pecora and Gary Stevens-
was a huddle over a lecal caso

history to which Stevens has ob

tained the script rights.
"G1" has to leave the Royalft
Theatre Nov. 15 to make room for
the incoming "live" revue, "La
Plume De Ma Tanle." Somebody
goofed; the hit picture could have
run for more than a vear on a
two-a-day basis.. ;Onn White, who
did the choreography for "The
Music Man," and Larry Douglas
(Robert Preston's understudy for
the same show) have the pals wor worried.
ried. worried. London's fop-drawer society Is
og over the EH of Shrewsbu Shrewsbury's
ry's Shrewsbury's petition for divorce from his
wife, charging her with adultery
with his secretary. The countess,
who is defending the suit, is the
mother of six children and was
widely dmired for tre devotion
with which she nursed her husband
over a period of months three
years ago when he was in an iron
lung following an attack of infan infantile
tile infantile paralysis.
The Noel Kramers (he's the thea theatrical
trical theatrical agent, she's singer Sunny
Gale), are lullabylng baby girt
-their first ... "Houseboat," th
Oary Grant-Sophia Loren flicker
still to be released, in New York,
msy b adapted is a Broadway
musical. It's an original screen screenplay
play screenplay by Mel Shavelson and Jack
Rose, based on a story by Mrs.
Grant (Betsy Drake), although she
takes no screen credit.
(

Officials of Long Island TJnivee.

sity, landlord of the Brooklyn Par
amount Theatre Building, have
been holding summit meetings for
months but: still haven't nl

decision on the theory of one fac-

uun mai me tneatre outf't should
be tOSSed out hpranso nt "nhiaT.

tional rock V roll shows," amonf

umer imngs. one rawer practical
factor holding tin tho mlinn- th.

fat, fat annual rental paid by the

ineaire. i)
Fess Parker (Davy Crockett, re,
member?) must hiv ii.

king engagement t fsingei Maruie

miieiian.- e s Been dating curv.

ceous una Louise although that
might well hp mihiii.il,,

as they re now connected profes professionally...
sionally... professionally... Valerie Retti MA

th.e choreography for "Ulysses in

.iiKiiuime, yearns to convert the
Joyce tome into three-aM 11

if she can get the right composer

m tunLuii a score.

Artist Rene Bouche, who quail quail-lies
lies quail-lies as an axnert nn va.ut;..i

" uauiuui
women, paid Denise Lawson-John-son
the supreme compliment at
the Leonard Bernsteins' oartv af after
ter after the opening of the Philha'rmo-

m.-. np aancpa witn her all eve evening..
ning.. evening.. .The anti jaywalking cam campaign
paign campaign in New York seemc in

died oiiieth'. as nv neHectri.n

can note. ..Gita. Hall, who reigned
briefly as Barry Sullivan's bride
wants a larger divorce settlement
l inn Via iuaiiU l.'U a

ma!, wuuiu iue io give iier

Pandmo Lino
Oalllngo

Twenty-two of the passengers
booked to sail far Mam V..t .i.t

Wednesday on the Panama liner

nncon are employes of the Canal
organization nr mftmha.. a 4!.aI

----- -...... 1 1 i ,L lliCll
families. There are four passeng

ers, Mr. apa Mrs. L. Mclnnis, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Miipheii iw.v.

ed for Haiti.

The list of Canal employes
sailing Wednesday are: Nolan A.
Bissel; Mrs. Rosalie Demers; Mr.
and Mrs. Leon S Fishhrnmh- iw

and Mrs. Archie W. French; Mil-

larn a. Haynes: Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Kozar; Mr. and Mrs. An.
thonv C. Masolori Mn n vt

Marlow and three children; Mrs!

uemma u uonneu; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward J. Shepherd; and Mr. and
Mrs, Ernest C. Stiehrltt anH thr.

children.

TANKER KILLS WORKIR

KOBE, Japan (UPl)-The 2,50o!
Ion tanker Tmihama U.r .11 j

yesterday two days ahead bf

scneauie. one workman was killed
down t h e ways accidental!

and thret Injured tn the Incident.

NO DIAPER RAW

Mom Uses MXQna On MV

Mtnni Drivtnltd ditner

ti Of hoiplul saii tMUdt No ordti
airy pewdu.U'i medicated, amitpta t
ku absorbent cornstarch but. ClmaS 1
clot) prevtnn hea, rath, chafe, io j
Vtt fnr miry chanf -,
MEXANA
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MadlMiad-MaaMl SUM Crua ImIm Ui i
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MOKDAT, OCTOBER W. ISSt

THE fANAMA AMERICAN AX IXDinFDENT nAItf NEWSPAFEB

- By OSWALD JACOBY
Written tir NIA trvle

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Q 1 7
Q 8 5
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WEST EAST
A 4 7
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A K J I ? 10 S 3
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SOUTH (D)
A K Q J 1 3 1
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Both vulnertblt
Sbth WcM North East
3 A Double Pm Pats
- Paat
Opening lead K

Actress

iAntwtr to Prevloua Puxite

ACKOSS
1 Actmi.
Marjori
J8N1 in i ?

pictures

Mineral rock
8 Golf mound
10 Greek Utter
11 Bed deer ;
UMatpatt

ltReami ab.)

IS rorm a notion tl Breakfast lood
14 InttrUc ti Mutical note

f,rf aa tint 1tV the Idea of

bidding at the four level' with f

pass his partner's take-out double

ana nope wr me oei.
if ir.t'. iiatMu hid been even

fair, his choice would have proven
a uric nita) hut F.tt made two

major errors that allowed South to

get away wltn tne ruDDer. -
W.t nnn(1 thfi k:ne Of dia

monds anJ East decided to play
, th- Wm) mioht have dis-

tilt- 111.1 V MV f-
continued diamonds, but he was
that either his partner, had

rimihlpton or that South was

hiding the deuce. Anyway, West

led the ace ana souw nmea. ow
South drew trumps and discarded
a heart on dummy's queen of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. His net lead was a heart and
East and West took two heart
tricks and forced South to trump
with a third lead of the suit.
South went over to dummy with
another trump and led the jack of
clubs.
At thjs point East mae h"
n"cond mistake. He covered with
the queen. South put on the
and West played the ace. West
returned a club, but all South h!
tn do was to finesse dummy's
eight.
EMt had ducked the jack of
clubs. South would have 1- it riH
jnd West would have hoM hack
the ace. Then South would have
hod to lose two club tricks and his
contract.

Q The bidding has been:
East South West Nprth
1 Pass Pass Double
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Science To Be Emphasized
During Current Year At BHS

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The Caribbean conference of the

orrjer of B'naj B'rith will, be held

in Panama City for two days start

ing next Saturday.
peleeates from some 30 lodges
In Latyt America will attend. Two

lodges trom ranama, trie irvmg
Zapp chapter in Panama City and
the newly formed Harry Kris
Lodge of Colon which will receive

its charter at the conference, will
be hosts for the visitors.

B'nai B'rith, a fraternal Jewish
order, was founded on Oct. 13, 1843
in New York City by Henry Jones
and a group of Inspired leaders of
American Jewish communities. Th
preamble to the B'nai B'rith eons
titutlon cites"... the mission of uni uniting
ting uniting persons of the, Jewish faith in
the work of promoting their high highest
est highest interests and those of humani humanity...."
ty...." humanity...." The order of B'nai B'rith (Sons
of the Covenant) has had a color

ful and vital history in the United

States and abroad. The order es established
tablished established the first Jewish library
in the United States in the early
1850's. In 1861, the Chicago Lodge
recruited and equipped a compa company
ny company of Jewish soldiers in Answer to
Abraham Lincoln's appeal for vol volunteers.
unteers. volunteers. In 1885, B'nai B'rith sent,
funds to Moses Montefiore for the

direct relief of victims of a Dlaeue

in Palestine the Order's first of

many acts In behalf of foreign re
lif. President U.S. Grant appoint

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in 1870, The B'nai B'rith Anti-De

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1913 and has fought for civil lib

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the world. In Latin America alone,

Cninnpa will ha Amnahc'iTffH Hnr.

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men Advance-men ot Science, and 200 ou

standing, eyaluated, up to date
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minister administer the program.

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cieties and nas over 56,000 indi individual
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in 1955 selected and administered
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circula ed to 65 schoals. From this
modest beginning the program has
expanded until airing 1958-59 the
library will go to about 1,400
schools in every state in the union,
Hawaii, Alaska, Ine Canal Zone,
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a.geograpmcai proximl y, the cas cases
es cases rotating every four months. In
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appeal to the eye" and mind appear
periodically.
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cases are on display in the Balboa
High School library, and represent
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MONDAY, OCTOBER IS, 195. i
OPI Names "Casey- Stengel AL 6Managerof eafcf

White Sox'

Runnerup In

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UPI) Casey Stengel,
who made 1958 a year of vindication for his New
York Yankees, the American League and himself,
was picked today as the United Press International's
American League manager of the year.

The 68 year old juggler of
players and of words was chosen
)y a board of 24 baseball writ writers,
ers, writers, three from each American
League city. The vote was taken
tven before Stengel achieved his
greatest 1958 accomplishment
bringing the Yankees from a 1-3
Jeficit in the World Series to a
ivor Id championship.
Stengel has accomplished
great things previously in his
long career but the 1958 sea season
son season was the one of the most
satisfying of his life.
It was a season that started
rith Stengel expected to win tie
American League pennant. For
a while it appeared that it would
be one of the easiest romps in
history. But the team sagged
badly in August and September
and lost three of the first four
games to the Braves in the
World Series.
The whole baseball world said
It, couldn't be done but Stengel
rallied his forces and pulled'
them through to give the Yank Yankees
ees Yankees their 18th world champion championship
ship championship in 24 tries.

Army, Texas Candidates
For No. 1 Grid Honors
After Smashing Wins

By FRED DOWN
Army and the University of
Texas scored smashing victories
Saturday that made : each a pow powerful
erful powerful candidate for No. 1 flattottal
honors in college football.
The most compelling triumph, of
course, was turned in by Earl
Blaik's usually-land-bound Cadets,
who went to the air to upset third third-ranked
ranked third-ranked Notre Dame, 14-2 before
a record 60,564 crowd at South
Bend, Ind. But not far behind
was Texas' come-from-behind 15 15-14
14 15-14 conquest of second-ranked OKia OKia-homa
homa OKia-homa which suffered only its sec second
ond second defeat in five years.
With two of the top three-rated
oom Waten. the national rank-

" ings are certain to undergo a
healthy shakeup and it would not
. be surprising if top-ranked Auburn
was ousted from its lofty position.
The Tigers didn't score until the
fourth period in running their vic victory
tory victory string to 17 games with an
8-0 win over Kentucky.
The three Big Ten powerhouses
ranked among the country's top
10 teams kept rolling. F i f t n n-ranked
ranked n-ranked Ohio State downed Illinois
19-13 in the nationally-televised
time; sixth ranked Wisconsin
1 tutchered Purdue, 31-6, and
'" seventh ranked Michigan State
V tipped eighth ranked Pittsburgh
22-8
' Title Battle Shapes Up
V Navy ranked 13th nationally,
b whipped 12th-ranked. Michigan, 20 20-'
' 20-' 14 in a result that promised to
i- make this year's Army-Navy clas clas-tr
tr clas-tr ic at least a battle for top East-
em honors and perhaps even a
I- fieht for the national champion championship.
ship. championship. ,,,
Army's famous "lonesome end
didn't do much more than count
the house at South Bend but the
Cadets slashing halfbacks, Pete
Dawkins and Bob Anderson, and
their hard hitting linemen t h o r-

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The board of 24 experts gave
Stengel 15 votes with manager
Al Lopez of the Chicago White
Sox drawing four and Harry
Craft of the Kansas City Athle Athletics
tics Athletics getting two. Harry Lavagetto
of the Washington Senators, Joe
Gordon of the Cleveland Indians
and Paul Richards of the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles got one each.
The Yankees, or course, were
top-heavy favorites to win the
American League pennant but
they broke it open so fast it
seemed the race was over be before
fore before it began. Rival managers
gave credit to Stengel for this,
for having his question-mark
pitching staff ready to operate
effectively right at the start
of the campaign.
Winners in 25 of their first 31
pames, with Bob Turley, Whitey
For and Ryne Duren crushing all
opposition, the Yankees built a
lead that resisted all opposition
despite mid and late season
slumps by the club. At one time
the Yankees lead was 17 &
carries.
eughly out-classed Notre Dame.
Notre Dame didn't cross the Army
Army 20 until there were less
than eight minutes to olav and
Blaik's savagely Aittine linemen'
forced the Irish to fumble" four
times. r
Joe Caldwell passed 16 yards to
end Jack Morrison for Army's
4n,.ui u r
in si tuutiiuuwii hi me nrsi perioci
and Dawkins, voted the game's
outstanding player, went seven
yards around end for the clinch clincher
er clincher in the fourth period. Army was
out-gained on the ground but out out-passed
passed out-passed Notre Dame, 100-11 yards.
A crowd of 75,504 at the Cotton
Bowl saw quarterback Bobby
Lackey's extra point place kick
enauie lexas to upset Oklahoma
aner me sooners took a 14 8 lead
on guard Jim Davis' 24-varH
touchdown run with a stolen ball.
Lackev Dasseri sevpn varH tn onH
Bob Bryant to tie the score and
then hicked the winning extra
point.
A 43-Vard tourhrinwn mti (mm
Lloyd Nix to Jim Laster in the
fourth period enabled Auburn to
break a scoreless tip anH th Ti
gers added two points on a safety
idier on to wrap up the win. Au Auburn
burn Auburn now has scored 51 points in
three samps 49 nf ihciK iv.
VMf iu lJC
fourth period.
Drivt Halted
Fullback Rnh Whi
touchdowns and" halfback Don
Clark sped 42 vrrf tnr thA
in Ohio State's' close win over Il Illinois.
linois. Illinois. The Illini haH a hn.o
tie or win when they advanced to
unio Mate s 31-yard line in the
fourth period, but an interception
halted the drive.
Wisconsin, sh anini im wpolr aft
er week as perhaps the Midwest's
strongest team, walloped Drevi-
OUSlV-linsCOred nn PnrHno with ,i
ground attack that netted 211
yards. Quarterhark Dale HactKort
engineered two touchdown drives
in yie second period to give thd
Badgers a 20-6 halftime margin.
Halfbacks Art John
Look led Michigan State to its im
pressive victory ovpr Pittsnrnh
which had won three straight
games, and Joe Tranchini's 36-1
vard touchdown oas with five!
minutes to play lifted Navy to :ts 1
upset win over previously unbeat-'
en Michigan. I
Ninth-bo$7ed Missiusi vi scored
earry aid late to crush under-!
manned Tulane, 19-8; 11th ranked

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NEW YORK (UPD-Two inter
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Zora Folley, top Amel-ican con
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tomorrow night. Unranked Cooper
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Murtrv of Tacoma, Wash., in a
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and broadcast nationally by NBC.
Chuvalo, 21, and McMurtry, 26,
will be making their TV debuts.
Canadian George is rated 10th
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In the London fight, Folley risks
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Wednesday's TV fight (ABC)
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tenders contenders Gil Turner and Ralph
Dupas are slated for a 10-rounder.
Dupas of New Orleans is ranked
sixth, but he is favored at 2-1 to
beat fourth rated Turner of Phil Philadelphia.
adelphia. Philadelphia. At San Francisco today night,
liehtweiaht contenders Paolo Rosi
of New York and Bobby Scanlon
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Rican middleweight, will seek his
seventh straight professional vic
tory in a 10-rounder with Frankie
(Kid) Anslem of Philadelphia at
St. Nicholas Arena, New York,
Their bout will not be televised.
PROSPBCT George Chuvalo,
just turned 21, is the Canadian
heavyweight champion. The To Toronto
ronto Toronto Croatian and Pat McMur McMurtry
try McMurtry of Tacoma make their first
aioeirance in a nationally-televised
10-round fight at Madison
Snuare Garden, New Yorn, on
Oct. 17.
Clemson shaded Vanderbilt, 12-7,
nn junior quarterback Harvey
White's two last-period TD's;
Texas Christian had little trouble
subduing Texas Tech, 260; Ala Alabama
bama Alabama whipped over three touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in less than four minutes in
the opening period for an easy 29-6
win over Furman; quarterback
Bob Nicolet steered Stanford to an
upset, 22-12 victory over Washing Washington:
ton: Washington: Washington State took ad
vantage of loose play to shutout
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PCC powerhouse Oregon State, 28 28-0;
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Colorado State, 36-6, and Oregon
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Bravo yesterday afternoon held
on gamely to score a head vic
tory over fast-closing Trirreme
in the featured $1,000 Columbus
Day Handicap at the President
Remon racetrack on a program
highlighted by close finishes.
Alejandro Ycaza pushed the
four-year-old bay son of Mada-ra-Dona
Tecla over the five
furlong distance in 1:02-25. He
returned $6.60 to win and $4.20
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betting. The mutuels favorite,
Golden Corn II, got off poorly
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SCORES

MAJOR LEAGUE
Won
Teams
Lost
2
3
8
8
9
9Vi
7Vi
13
Royal Crown Nehi 14
Fuerza y Luz 13
Lucky Strike Cigarettes 8
Wynn Friction Proof 8
Seymour Agency 7
Pan Imperial 6Vi
H. I. Homa 4Vi
Pan Am Jets 3
RC Nehi 3 Seymour Agency 1
Bill Coffey, fresh from his 700
series in the Classic, missed du
plicating the 7 C figure by 14 pins.
However his 686 sparked the rest
of his team to roll three com
mendable games, 923, 933 and 935.
Al Kaelin was next to Bill with
575. This successful night of taK-
ing three points put the RC Nehi
on top of the heap.
The opposing heymour msurees,
had a good 966 game. Two of their
bowlers were on with Dick Soyster
splintering the wood for an even
600 and Ted Schmidt 608.
Nehi: Vescio 527, Klumpp 458,
Allen 545. Kaelin 575, Coffey 686,
Seymour: Boyer 432. Hassler 520,
Bates 518, Schmidt 608 soyster tuu.
Fuerza y Luz 1 Lucky Stnka J
The Kilowatts hot winning streak
which left the Fuerza y Luz un
defeated came to an end, when
the Lucky Strike Smokers, struck
in the curtain raiser to win hy six
pins.' Tjie Lucky Strikers did not
relax and plastered a 38 pin beat
ing to the champs. Only in tne last
game did the Kilowatts resume
their winning ways witn a n suck
pickup. Airman Joe Sullivan roll rolled
ed rolled 556 for the F and L high, and
Pepe Damian took the honor for
Lucky Strikes.
FL: Gleichman 491, rernanaez
441- Sullivan 556. Winauist 514, Fis-
toich 545, Lucky Strike: Soto 488,
Morrow 530, Metzger 526, Luttent Luttent-berger
berger Luttent-berger 487, Damian 549.
Pan lmierlal 4 Pan-Am Jets 0
Here was the battles of the
"PANS." Imperial on one side and
the Jets on the other. It was the
Imperial Bakers that found the
winning touch in blanking tne fan
Am Jets and forcing the latter in
to the bottom position. This was
the best night that the Imperial
RreaH team had this season, in
the finale, the game went right
Hnwn the wire but the Imperials'
838 was 8 -sticks better than the
Jets 830. Big Butch Lane with 547
was fan Am jets Dest, ana t-a
K"nkel of the Imwrial scored 57fi.
Pan-Am: Lane 547. Lowande 473,
Voss 526, Jamison 507, Melanson
468. Pan Imperial: Bureoon 553,
T,a Bean 466 Prusinnwski 461 Al Al-britton
britton Al-britton 546. Kunkel 576.
Wynn Frier' on Proofing 4
H. I. Homa 0
Wynn Friction Proofing aggrega
tion ran into very little competi
tion because it was just one of
those niehts for the opposing H.-I
Homa. They took the TP by 300
pins and only the last game was
c'ose i you can call 38 as being
close. The current all-event handi handicap
cap handicap champion of the Canal Zone.
musician Ron Amato, was tops for
Wynn with 583 and evervone on
the "wynning" quintet went over
500.
Homa: Charters 528, Schneider
521, Blind 417. Thomas 514, Baker
441. Wynn: Dube 557. Hinely 501,
Graham 561, Amato 583 Bell 515.
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fifth, Golden Corn n sixth, Or Ornamental
namental Ornamental Star seventh, Marlema
eighth, Lanero ninth and Nar Nar-val,
val, Nar-val, which refused at the start,
wound up last.
The secondary attraction
was another thriller with In-.
formal lasting-to score by a
nose over Perdulario. It was
the second defeat suffered by
Perdulario in eighth starts,
both at the hands of Informal.
Jose Ulloa rode Informal while
Braulio Baeza had the leg up
on Perdulario.
Informal sped the seven fur furlongs
longs furlongs in a fast 1:25-25 but Pan
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series, made even better time
when he won by three-quarters
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Teams
Zenith TVS
lillman Cars
Care Duran
Good Year Tires
Tivoli Travels
Martini Vermouth
Lincoln Life
Xnapp Contractors
Kent Cigarettes
Balboa Beer
Pepsi Cola
Blue Star Milk
W L
4 0
7 1
6 2
5
5
3
4
4
3
2
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Leading Averages-
Luttenberger
179, De Luca 177. Alvarado 176.
Zenith TVS 0 Martini Vermouth 0
This match was postponed.
Hillman Cars 4 Kent Cigarettes 0
The Hillman Cars were rolling
at the right speed when they took
the first two games with plenty of
pressure from the Kent Cigarri Cigarri-llos.
llos. Cigarri-llos. They then put the cars into
high gear and pulled away from
the puff-puff kids. Although Bill
Coffee stuck a 210 game for the
Kents, in the opener the Hillmans
had enough reserve power to over
come this.
They still had something in the
clutch when Bill came back with
a 197 because this one the Hill Hill-mans
mans Hill-mans registered by 21 maples.
When Bill hit low of 139, the Hill Hill-mans
mans Hill-mans pulled a way by J70 sticks.
Both te"ams; had two big men, Ski
Prusinowski with 550 and Bill Cof Coffey
fey Coffey with 546 for.,tbe Kents and for
the Hillman .Tot Bi'rgoon went at
top speed with 560 and Jimmy
Bowen 514.
Cafe Duran 3 Lincoln Life 1
Lincoln Lifers hit the pay dirt
in the lid lifter, but in the second
game luck went against them and
lhe Coffee Duran drinkers pulled
it out of fire ly 4 little pins. In
the finale the big man in the Duran
lineup, got steaming hot. when Bob
loiand solved the ooards for a 267
game, and carried the Coffee
drinkers to a 63 pin pickup.
Toland also carried the scoring
honors for the evening with a 610
series, and for the Lincoln Lifers
their Blind score was tdDs. but
Jack Voss was the best for those
present with 483.
Good year T.res 4 Pepsi Cola 0
This was not a contest but iust
plain murder, because the Good
year Tires rolled and smashed the
Pepsi Colas bottles 478 pins mar margin.
gin. margin. The highest score for the Pen-
si Colas was Tony Luttenberger's
and tnis summarizes the .-torv
For the winning Goodyears, Butch
Lane clicked off a single 223 game
and a 570 series. The Pepsi Colas
were handicapped bv havine two
bowlers on the sidelines.
Knapp Contractors 3
Balboa Beer 1
The first two games were one
of those nip and tuck affairs which
could have gone cither way. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa beer barre'.s just had the right
combination when they came out
on top by 26 sticks. The Knapp
contractors came neht back and
took the next one by 18 pins. But
the bottom fell out for the Brew
ers in ihe last game and thev dron
ped it to the Knanos. bv 91 sticks.
Joe Bieber of the Navy is finding
me solution to the Balboa lanes
and chalked up a 500 scries for the
Knaops. The best score turned in
by the Balboa Beers was Al Tur
ners 460.
Tivoli Travels 4 Blue Star Milk 0
The Tivoli Travel Agents found
the right road to victory and they
spilled the Blue Star Milk for ail
four points, in a very easy man
ner. In the first game Ed Thibiult
was the big gun for the Tivolis
with a 214 game, in the sedond
game Bruce Hassler racked up 223
and in the final stanza Frankie
Maimer'? put 194 on the line.
Having one hig man in each
game was the difference. Also, the
Tivo'is haJ four men in the 480
bracket Fernandez 484, Thibault
"?9, GUiri 488, and Hassler 480. But
the surprise was Frank Mainieresl
513. who enjoyed one of hs bst
nights on the Balboa lanes. For
lhe Blue Star Milkers, Raul Alva-
rado's 457 was the highest' mark.
TODAY-ENCANTO-35-20
Clark Gable
Burt Lancaste-r In
"RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP?
Louis Armstrong In
"8ATCHMO THE GREAT"

of a length over Vergineaux and
Slcabu In 1:25-15.
Skoll's $13.20 and Cachafaz'
$12.40 win dividends were the
day's best straight odds as mu mutuels
tuels mutuels choices, again made an al al-fredo
fredo al-fredo Vasquez won two races
most clean sweep of the pro program.
gram. program.
Leading jockey Baeza and Al Al-each
each Al-each to be wlnnlnged riders of
the afternoon.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1. Renata $4.80, $2.40.
2. Tatin 2.2f).

SECOND RACE
1. Skoll $13.20, $7.20.
2 Campagnard 6.40.
First Double: $35.00.
THIRD RACE
San Vicente, $9.00, $4.40.
2. Mayrita $8.40.
One-Two: $57.60.
FOURT HRACE
1. Clrla $5.20, $2.80.
2. Marcelita $3.00.
Quiniela: $7.60.
FIFTH RACE
1. Bosilongo 3,20, $2.20.
2 Black Bee $2.20.
2. Carmelita $2.20.
Dead-heat for place.
SIXTH RACE
1. Pan Tostado $3.20,
2. Vergniaux $4.60.
$2.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1. Ma? Bravo $6.60, $4.20.
2. Trirreme $9.60.
Second Doubled $13.00.
EIGHTH RACE
1. Calancha $8.40, $3.40.
2. Creon $3.00.
NINTH RACE
1. Gazapo $2.80. $2.20.
2. Acropolis $2.60.
One-Two: $8.00.
TENTH RACE
-Informal $5.60. $2.20.
-Perdulario $2.20.
ELEVENTH RAtE
1. Cachafaz' $12 40, $4.80.
2. Grimilda $4t20.
TWtffcFTltRACr'"
1 Kin 3.R0. 2.20.
2. Colifatb $2.20.

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Football Results

Saturday's College Football'
East
Princeton 20 PnhsVivania 14
Carnegie Tech 14 .Thiel 6
Penn State 40 Marquet.e 8
Columbia 13 Yale. 0- -Villanoval
Detroit 0 ;
Syracuse 55 "Cornell 0
Dartmouth J0 Brown 0 V
Harvard 20 Lehigh 0 v
Colgate 7 Bucknell X
Boston Univeir. 36 Wa Virginia 30
Susquehanna 1 Swarthmore.O
Muhlenberg 21 Temple 18
Gettysburg 27 Drexel .Tech 0
Lafayet.e 7 Delaware 6 -Lock
Haven 19 Mansfield 6
Johns-Hopkins 12 Ur sinus 0
Allegheny 12 Bethany (W.Va.) 8
Rutgers 23 Richmond 12
Connecticut 28 Massachusetts 14
Bloomsburg Tch. 16 Cortland 0.
Montclair Tchr. 10 New Britain 0
Penn Military ,20 Wilkes 14
Brockport Tch 20 Clarion Tch. 12
Juniata 28 Moravian 6
Westmins er (Pa.) 30 St. Vincent 7
Shepherd Tch. 26 Potomac St. 7
Central St. 13 West Vir. State 6
Indiana" St. 13 Slipper? Rock 0,
Fairmont St. 30 Concord St. 6
Ithaca 46; Kings:;?(Pa4 &'
Edinboro 19 Grove City 14
Bluefield St. 22 Winston-Salem 0
National Ag.:21 Lincoln-' (Pa,) 13
Glenville 30 Davis' Elkins 7
Geneva 34 West Liberty 0
Sou h
Texas A&M 14 Maryland 10
Virginia Tech 22 Virginia 13
Georgia Tech 21 Tennessee 7
William and Mary 6 Virginia M. 6
Wake Forest: 13 North Car. SU 7
Duke 12 Baylor 7
Nwth Carolina 6 South Carolina 0
Mississippi St. 28 Memphis St. 6
Auburn 8 Kentucky 0
Clemson 12 Vanderbilt 7
Mississippi 19 Tulane 8
Alabama 29 Furman 6
F & M 14 Wash, and Lee 13
Centre 7 Sou'western Tenn. 6
Davidson 7 Presbyterian 6
Louisville 27 Murray St. 0
Miss. Sou. 33 Sou'eas La. 6
Morehead St. 14 West Va. T. 14.
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Army 14 Notre Dame 2
Ohio State 19 Illinois 13
Navy 20 Michigan 14
Michigan St. 22 Pittsburgh 8
Kansas 7 Iowa State 0
Southern Methodis 32 Missouri 19
Wisconsin 31 Purdue 6
Northwes ern 7 Minnesota 3
Cincinnati 14 Xayier (Ohio) 8
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Otterbein 18 Oberlin-lJ ;
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Kansas State 23 Nebraska A
Ohio U. 27 Dayton 8-
Youngstown 20 Western Ky.l
Marshall 35 Toledo 12 -Muskingum
48 Finr'ay 15
Capital 18 Kenyon 14 .
Southwest
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MIDDLE MAN V- Nick? Pletrosante tests opponent! middles
from fullback with old-fashioned Notre Dame power and -once
past the line of scrimmage has a halfback's speed for long haul.

Redskins' Name Should Be
Changed To Confederates

By BOB 5ERLIN0
' WASHINGTON' (UPI) Maybe
thy should change the name of
the Washington . Redskins to the
Wuhlnfftnn Confederates.

, One- of the professional foot-

bairs 'most surprising .phenomena
is the way southern; football fans
have adopted, the Redskins as
their, represenfative In the Nation-;
tl Football League.'
President George Preston .
mrrinn m. J: Colonel. George

Prmton' Marshall 'revealed today

the formatipdsr oost
er club In 'Charleston: S CLrwhlcH
happesn' to ;b;-more thanoo
miles swat from Washington.

Redskin games get wide radio
ni !! Tm oiivei-as rhroueh.

UU tlilVT'Blvu f w
out Dixie.' with 28 TV and 79 radio

tatiofts carrying them throughout
Virginia, North and South Caw
lina.- :Georgla and Florida, plus

Maryland and West Virginia. J

T ail womi, wown
Six newsoapers from Virginia

nd North Carolina are staffing

Redskin games this season, both
home' and out of town. Players
have been invited for public ap ap-nearances
nearances ap-nearances as far south as Jack

sonville. Tla.t 'and General Maz

ier Dick McCann adds this od-

iervation:

'If we filled all the requests tor
players appearances in southern
communities, we wouldn't be able
to oractice during the week."
In Winston-Salem, N.C.. where
the. Redskins play an annual pre preseason
season preseason charity game, tney are
cheered as loudly as- they are in
Washington.

Col. Marshall, a man who la

sists that the South would have
won the, war with a better defen

sive backfield. has gone out of rls

way to encourage : Dixie accept

ance of his Yankee team.

, Band Plays "Dixit"
Some vears ago. for example.

he ordered the Redhkin band to
Insert a few strains of "Dixie"

in the team's famous marching

song,, "Hail to the .Redskins!':

Now. when the band cruises

downfield and cornea, to W notes
of "Dixie,"; rebel,, yells ; thunder

through Griffith-' btadium. -,. t

Only six players on the 35-man
roster went to southern schools-

fullback Don Bosseler (Miami),

halfbackEd, Sutton (North Caro

lina), end. Bill Anderson (Tennes

see),-end John Carson (Georgia),
tackle Will R e n f r o ( Memphis.

Hale ) ihi jiucDaiKer oiu i uitu-

er (Georgia Tecq).

This makes no' difference to pro

football-hungry fans south of the

Mason-Dixon line. They, have
adopted the Redskins so much

so that it is reliably reported that

southern youngsters have started

rooting for the Indians in western
movies..' '' r -i I

BASSEY MEPTSOSTA
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NEW YORK (UPI) Feather Featherweight
weight Featherweight champion Hogan (Kid)
Bassey of Nigeria has agreed to
meet Carmelo Costa of Brooklyn
in a 10-round non-title fight at

"Madison Sauare' Garden, Oct. 11.

The bout will mark Bassey's iirst

New York appearance., ,

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Gen. Landon;
Morrice.Tied:
For Medalist
The 1958 Dunlop Golf Champion Championship,
ship, Championship, which begins Monday, Oct.
20, promises to be one of the most
successful tournaments of the year
at the Panama Golf Club.
With 24 entries already register registered
ed registered for. the play, la the first flight
(covering players with handicaps
of from 0 to 11), and 31 players re registered
gistered registered in the second .flight (cov

ering players with handicaps of
from 12 to 241 both men's fliehts
apoekr to.be headed for consider considerable
able considerable 'play before the winners in
each flight are 'determined.
It is known that a large number
of low handicap players are wait waiting
ing waiting until next weekend to Qualify.
A count of first flight players at
the Panama Club shows a total of
24 players with handicaps of 5 or
less, and 32 with handicnos of 6 or
less.'There are' approximately 50
players at the dub with handicaps
of 11 or less. The second fight play
ers, with handicaps of 12 to 24, to total
tal total considerably more than the
first flight, indicative of high
decree of competition.

General Landon. ronynsnder of

the. Air Force, Caribbean Area, Is

tied with Frank Mornce of Pana

ma City in the play for first flight

medalist. Both oivers scord iden

tical rounds of 39-36 for 75. Both

olayers have handicaps o a. giving

bota a net score of 69. T.M. Ash

ton. Erasmo ne la Guardia and R

Arango are close behind with net

scores of 71.

In the second flight. Mike Ma

'duro scored 42-47 for 89 and a net

score of 89, followed bv Frank
Cain with I net of 70. Following
Cain comes T. H. Scott? Luis Chan Chan-deck,
deck, Chan-deck, Jorge Boyd and Lt. Col Moo-

V Mi, . .. ... .(

In the ladies flight. Kay Pur Pur-dy
dy Pur-dy with net score of 72 is lead,
ing for medalist award, follow.
H by P.v Dilfer with 73. The la ladles
dles ladles flight premises to" bring
back some of the championship
play between many of the form former
er former womn championi ef the
Isthmus.

Irene Robinson, first flight win.

ner in the 1957 tournament, and

Charlotte Hunter, medalist in the
ladies flight in 1957. have not yet
qualified, but Kay Purdy is shoot shooting
ing shooting top flight golf and is eoected
to put a damper 'on any threats
by Bev Dilfer, many time golf

champion and othen .competitors.
Gordy Dalton, runner-up of the

first flight championship in 1957

will be competing in the 1958 ver

sion of tms six-year-old goit cham

pionship. Is not yet knon wheth whether
er whether George Dilfer. winner of the 1st
flight in 1957, will be competing.

A few of the newcomers at the
Panama Golf Club, including form former
er former Isthmian Amateur Champion,
Jim Riley,' and his brother
George, another former champion,
as well St many new members

snooting in tne iow 7o;s, promise

to make the comoetition tremend

ousiy exciting, with tnese new

members and former champions,

with, the addition of the traveling

dentist of Balboa, Herb Mitten,
Earle Gerrans another low handi

cap players, there is no doubt that

the 1958 Dunlop Championship pro promises
mises promises some outstanding play in all

inents.
The W. H. Doel Agency of Pana

ma City, agents of the Dunlop line
in Panama, sponsors the Dunlop
tournev and has done so for the

past six years. Originally an open
tournament, It was made a dub
tournament the second year, be

cause of its tremendous popular!
ty. which did not permit the tx-

tremely large number of entries to

play the tournament in the sched
uled time.
Each year, B lly Doel and his

right hand John Mayles have
contributed what are considered
to be some of the finest sliver
plate awards of any tournaments
and they have assured the Tour Tour-nament
nament Tour-nament Committee that the same
type of awards will be made
this year to the winners In each
fliqht.
All olavers who have not yet en

tered their names or who have not

yet qualified for the tournament,
must do so not later than 6 p.m.,

Sunday, October 19. Play for

Qualification lustDe maae in tnree

somes or foursomes, with players

who are entered in the tourney.

Play in the first round will com
mence Oct. 20. and must be com

pleted prior to .October 27, and

each succeeding round must be

completed before 6 p.m. the fol

lowing Sunday.

Full handicaps will be allowed
for qualification in each flight and
the difference between full handi

caps will be used in all match play
durine the tournament in all

flights. The medalist in each flight
will be determined by the low net

score.

Aloiig The Fairways

JACK SMITH, MEB8 AUSNEH AUSNEH-MER
MER AUSNEH-MER CONTINUE TO LEAD SEA-
- GRAM'S V. O. RINGER
TOURNEY
Jack Smith and Mebs Ausneh Ausneh-mer
mer Ausneh-mer continue in first' place In
the current Seagram's V.,;0.
Whiskey ringer tournament at
the i Summit Hills Golf and
Country Club at the end of three
weeks of lJlay.' Smith's 64 Is still
)ow Although Frank Day picked
up two strokes during the past
week and trails by only two

strokes...,.

Mrs. Ausnehmer improved her

score by six strokes and Is in
first place with a 92 score.
Maxine Hood has moved into a
threatening position only one
stroke -behind the leader with
an lmDrovement of nine strokes.

! Mixed Scotch Foursome
V -y Tournament
Summit has announced their

regular mixed scotch foursome
golf tournament will be played

on Saturday, October 25, 1958.
AU Isthmian golfers are .invited

to play with the first group tee-

lng; off at 1:00 p m, I

All participants must line-up

their., own" partners, but they
may not' play with their spouse.
It.is felt by the tournament of

ficials-that this will prevent any

dlssapolntment among golfers
travelling to Summit Golf Club

in hopes or playing m tne

tournament and then going

home disappointed.

The regular monthly supper

and dance party will get under underway
way underway at 6:00 p.m. at which time

the new chef &m spreaa a put
fet dinner.

Howard Was 'Big Man
. : ;i
In Final Game Victory,
Claims Bill Skowrbn

HIGH ON HIGH

MASSILLON. O (NEAV-The

Tiger .Booster Club of Massillon's
Washineton High School boasts

more than 2,000 .members

; EDITOR'S NOTE: Bill Skew Skew-ron
ron Skew-ron hit a threo-run homer In the
eighth Inning Thun d a y that
provtd the crusher m the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' 4-3 World Series wind-up
victory over the Braves. In the
following- dispatch, he tells hs
impressions of the game.
ru rill SKOWRON

MILWAUKEE (UPI) Elston
Howard deserves all the credit,
not me. ..
um riiv won the ball game

for us with that eighth-inning sin

gle of his that put us aneau. o-.

Mv hnme run was seconaary,

even though I hit it with two on.
Don't get the Idea I 'm pooh-

poohing mv homer, l n me u;i
' . : -1.1 .1 t a aan it

good ana i was hckicu i
go .over the fence in left-centr.
But fair is fair, Elite won i -the

game.-1 Just added a mue bu io

the victory. v

' T oartalnlv have no KICK com

ing. Remember the World Series

loct nir? M v nacK kbvc iiic

much trouble i coujq omy v'y
twn Mmes. This time I played in

all of them and I feel I owe any
good luck that came my way was

In a way, my homer off Lw
Burdette in today's game reminds
me a lot of the final Psme of the

1956 World Series agamsi croon
it

Th snt thn liimn on us at the

start of the series Just as the
Braves did in this one. Then in

the final game, I nit a nomer wm.
the bases full. Like the one to to-i.tr
i.tr to-i.tr t rum after we more or

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less already had wrapped up the
victory.

I've been with winning Yankee
clubs before but I've never en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed one as much as this one.
Maybe it's because the Braves h:f
us down, three games to" one, and
we battled back to win it.

I heard Casey Stengel say this

was the hardest one ever. I'll
second the motion. We got off
slow and didn't reallv strt hit.

ting our proper stride until near

me ena.

All's well that ends well, though.
The w'nning share will mm in

mighty handy for me and my
family this winter. It'll heln huv

us new furniture for our living
anrf dining room.

It 11 even buy us some groceries
for the kitchen, too.

Whatever

Happened to ..
HAROLD JANVRIN

V took a lot of slick and ver

satile fielding to keD a .232 hit

er in the major leagues during

uir aeaa oau era dui Harold Jan

vnn manaped to stick for 10
vear. Cnmir-p up to the Red Sojf
in 1911, he olayed every infield
position for Boston riiirinir a six
vear stand. Later with Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, the Cardinals and Dodgers
he was a band-andy and n 1 y
once in his fina' year came close
to hitting .300. Tbt was .298 in
so games for the Dodgers in 1922.

He ended with a lifetime .232.

Whatever happened to Harold
.Tanvrin' Now 65. he works for

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Golden Gophers were barely shaded by Washington and made
a fine Pittsburgh varsity come from behind. More important,
Coach Murray Warmatn, left, and his veteran end, Perry
Gehrlng, and a lot more will continue to have fun.

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NEW YORK (NE4 Because he
rarely taVei k erio'"lv the
professionsl football New York Gi Giants
ants Giants added a bonus clause to
Rooevelt Grier's contract this
yer.' '?"'" "."mf
The stipulation' was that th six six-f
f six-f oo" -Ave deenslve tickle, coming
out of-the Ar my, must report un under
der under "80 ;pounds -to claim : tha i;
ward y si v's-f-
when, Grier finally. rtnorted.

Jim, Lee Howelt ordered Wro, to
ge;on the scaK: 4,-l.',,
. .,,r;m..'jio ready yet, said Ros-

!, Donn'ng a rubber suuvpei nan-

d ou the doo? and raced Turtous

lv rnn"1! nd rn'ind fieH ''l

came bar panting, covered with

swp.; t ferv m'nutes later. ?
: "I'm redy, Cosch," he said.
n.f.Hie 0, the scales went
up To 279Mi, quivered and t stuck
there. " y 1 ;

MILWAUKEE, Oct. 10 Burly

Bob Turley was remore.j

closing in on a SnVc Xi Hank
A.,t nd as he fiot the lethal HanK

Aaron for 10th strikeout. victim, a
press-box coUegue lifted a pmled,
twitching -beak from his bookkeep

ing chores, ana saw.
'If this is .SjJSX
..... ,.t .rnH loker the Yankees

A good question., ine'P
LVi(,.n hntween the Tur-

111 UaX .UaXAvaNviivi- ----- -
ley who heroically gained the AL
champions a clutch reprieve yes yes-terdaV,
terdaV, yes-terdaV, an the large muscular
nonentity who was knocked stiff in
less than, an inning in the second
game, as there is in the social pat pat-ferns
ferns pat-ferns 'of Mayfair and Skid I Row.
It is also just as well that Tur Turley
ley Turley is stabled at the Stadium and
not at Belmont Park where such
flagrant form reversals are rare rarely
ly rarely allowed to pass without official
inquiry, including a saliva test for
exotic stimulants.
"Why it is a very simple thing
to explain why every

much better looay, u;.

Stengel. "My man was
curve ball around the plate, which

he was not uoing wnen i uu
before." .. ...vu

Turley is essentially i--
uu, .n h. must have the curve

for diversity and deception. When
the curve is, working, the hitter
between one or tne

other; when it isn't, the hitter for
,u. ;.;toWo it one. or Its al

most inevitable alternative, the
base on balls.
The Braves combed Turley's er er-raic
raic er-raic pitching for a total of seven

bases in one-uuru ui e -his
first start; yesterday, in nine
full innings, their total base haul
was only five. None of their hits
was for extra bases. None of their
runners got as far as third.

Stengels curve-Dan weory, n
.it it naiiantrv does have a ring

of plausibility, yet it is only fair
to note that one other factor may

have had an even more suuauu suuauu-tial
tial suuauu-tial influence on Turley's return to
eminence. In the Stadium our Lou
Miller was on hand to clock his
breathing, , ,
Our Lou is the leader of a wierd wierd-ly
ly wierd-ly dedicated sect which,, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding vast, authoritative evid evidence
ence evidence to the contrary, shamelessly
persists in sponsoring fresh air,
exercise, wholesome food and sim similar
ilar similar indecencies s desirable to
healthy, productive humans.
Simple Yankee System
t nma nrld manner, as vet un-

revealed. Turley fell under the
spell of our Lou (this must nave
been after on of those games

when the curve was obstreperous)
and in less tiie than it takes to
tell, the big Yankee riht hander
was a card-carrying cultist.

Watch Turley on me mouna uu
vou'll see him pause and take a
j..n nrnHiiriniii breath before go

ing into his windup, or starting his
fiiteti' That's aunoosed to relax

p..... .

Mm. lt l OUr L.OU I nrescripunn iui

improved cntm. st ne e
rious. too. for this has been Tur

iv most successful year.

Fn inwms tne same yesieraay.

our Lou was asked by admiring
newsmen if ha expected to get a
cut of Turley's World Series swag.
-"Man does not live for bread a

lone," said our Lou loftily, as our
memory swayed to the 'enchanting
jrhvthms of Bernarr .MarFadden
(inhaling) and Charles Atlas (ex (exhaling)
haling) (exhaling) 4' 'v ..;

, Stni another Lew figured in tn,e
shifting fortunes of the tenacious,
last ditch Yankees. The Braves'
Lew. Burdette.' For the first tw

in two years tka Yankees worked

out a system to stop him. A ridi ridiculously
culously ridiculously simple one, too. They just
ganged up on him in one inning

and KnocKea nis Drams out.
This was in the big sixth, the
Yankees' most fruitful inning of
the Series, and most sustained ap application
plication application of fire power, 10 men go go-fne
fne go-fne to the mate, six hitting safely,

six scoring. In one Inning they- had
made more runs than in theif two

previous full-length games.

Reckless Base Running
The tall, itchy-hitchy high hand

er. who had downed the Yankees

four successvie times in World Se:

ries competition, laboring irom

the start, was lucky to last as long

as he did, BUI JBruton, rann io-

rre and Aaron saven uuraeue
from a fast KO with fielding nif

ties.

The NL champions were never

kin the game, so overpower ""

was Turlev s oitchine. so sure I

steady the Yankee defense. A.itl

the only chance the Braves had :o
avert a shutout evaporated in a

mad clatter of reckless base run

nine which enabled Elly Howard

to double Bruton after first robbing

Red Schoendienst of a hit.

the Braves weren't going to beat

him, but this could have been a
pressure inning, for Eddie Math Mathews
ews Mathews followed the double plav with

a solid shot to right. Thus, instead

of a two-on, one-out situation, it
was a one-on, two-out spot, and
now all Turley needed to get ar
on were three pitches, a long.

deep breath and a collaborative
"you can do it, Bob" from our

Lou ... who, incidentally, is just
coming up for air after a losing

oout witn a miseraDie mess 01 roi roi-son
son roi-son ivv. which is a horrible risk a

fellow never runs sitting around

Leone's. Shor's. Dinty Moore's and

other smoke-filled salons of cul culture
ture culture and sophistication.

U

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NEW SPOT Bobby Layne,
traded from Detroit lo Pitts-

bureh. now throws out of pat-s

terns set up by his old Lions'

'coacn, Buddy farner, wnose
move to the Steelers was as un un-'
' un-' expec ed as the passer's. f

Jet'Prop

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Resorts
PHIUin OcMMld CottSfM
"Santa Clara R da P. Pttan Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Two room office
Suits, 48 ml available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
j Co. bldg. across from Hotel El
, Panama Hilton Airconditioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
' night watchman service, drink drink-!
! drink-! ing fountain, restrooms. Coffee
. shop in building. See or phone
I Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa-
nama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Mercedes Building. Da luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tel.
2-3436.
Soviet Union Tests
New Nuclear Weapo
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Soviet Union has tested ano her
Juclear weapon with a "large
ield," the Atomic Energy Com Commission
mission Commission announced yesterday.
The terse announcement said
the explosion took place at Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's Arctic weapons tes ing
grounds. It did not say when.
The test was the seventh Soviet
nuclear explosion detected by
the United States since Sept. 30,
when the Russian's resumed theK
nuclear tes's after a suspension
of several months.
The Russians have confirmed
that they have resumed the tests
but have cused 'he United
States and Britain of blocking its
atempts to obtain a universal nu nuclear
clear nuclear test ban.
- However both the United Stages
and Russia have agreed to attend
fs' ban talks scedu1"-' o he-tin
la Geneva Oct. 31. The United
S'ates has offered to suspend its
iwn tests for one year from the
start of the talks.
' But this country has reserved
the right to reconsider its offer
if the Soviets continue testing nu
clear weapons beyona me uci. n
eadline. .,
'nCMGR OFFICIAL ARRESTED
TTAH Arm V Pakistan art5!) Po
lice hay arrested former Defense
Minister M. A. Khurho on black
marketing charges, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed yesterday. There were no
details.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
' for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. atr fire, transfers, tours,
and drliiY hotel
$180
leave eve-'v Tues. and Frl.
FIDANUUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama, 2-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
IP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewfinder System
Panama Coldn

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week-ends and holidays, tourina: the country In a new,
wonderful LAMBRETTA scooter. We have 3 different
models in stork. Special C.Z. prices. We have servicinr
and parts. Buy your LAMBRETTA today!
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CENTRAL 28-109

Apartments

FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnishes)
nishes) furnishes) apartments, dscoratsa' by
wall known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Inquire at Arte y De De-coracioon,
coracioon, De-coracioon, Edificio Campo Ale Ale-jre
jre Ale-jre across front El Panama Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Tel. 3-7325.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, maid's quarters,
garage, hot water. 68th St. El
Cangrejo, "Tereiina" Building.
FOR RENT: Modern duplex 2
bedroom apartment, furnished or
unfurnished, near Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Telephone 2-2341 and 3 3-3379.
3379. 3-3379. FO RRENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, living-dining,
balcony. Automobile Row, $70.
One bedroom furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, $60.00. Telephone 3 3-2930.
2930. 3-2930. FOR RENT: Apartments. Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, in brand new house,
furnished one bedroom apartment
new furniture, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters,
Dec. 1 to March I, oall between
4 p.m. to 8 p.m., 2-1629.
FOR RENT: Large new apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three bedroom, two serv services,
ices, services, hot water, inside wash tubs,
etc. Reasonable price, can be
seen from 9 to 4 daily at Mekico
Avenue No. 69, near Maria In In-maculada
maculada In-maculada College.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, large bedroom, small kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, services and porches, in information
formation information only personally, fa fa-brega
brega fa-brega 29th Street, near Mereade
Vasco from 3 to 6 p.m.
Automatic Cal-0'-9
Tails Invented
By British Judge
SHEFFIELD England YTTPn
Corporal punishrheni stood poised
today on the threshold of the push pushbutton
button pushbutton age.
Magistrate-inventor Herman Lin Lin-dars
dars Lin-dars disclosed .h ha
hultt an ajijnmii.rij.fat..A'-nin4a,l
which can give a "scientifically
conirouea numoer ot lashes, ad administered
ministered administered to suit ths S0 inH
health of the prisoner.
ine magistrate, 59, who also is
a factory owner, engineer and
musician said ho 'haH ilrnno
views on corporal punishment
"but as I am a magistrate I don't
think I should air them."
He said he ha offered the "auto
cat lor a tree trial in any pn
ifiri tvhprp it pan aHminie- ai
flogging in private, checked only
bv a doctor wa'rhinp nvpr a
closed television circuit. A flopcino
now mav be ordered only as
punishment for violence by a pri
soner
"One of the points most frequent frequently
ly frequently made against eo-poral punish punishment
ment punishment is the degrading and morallv
damaging effec U has on those
who have to administer it," Lin Lin-dars
dars Lin-dars said, jhe said his machine
"would do away with all that."
"The prisoner," he explained,
"would receive scientifically con controlled
trolled controlled number of lashes admin administered
istered administered with severity assessed in
pnnciHeratinn nf hie aco nnrt mprl.
ical state. And no one need ever
be nresent in tne pumsnment
room.
"The doctor in charge could
watch the whole thing on a closed
teWision circuit."
There was no comment from
nrifon authorities.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
II n I ltd States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Wayne S. Lyklns, Plaintiff vs. Paula
D. Lykins, Defendant. Summons Case
No. 4758 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 ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken
aeainst vou by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District oi ine canai
Zone, this 10th day of October, 1938.
Sara de la Pen
Clerk
(Seal)
By Marian D Bowen
Deputy Clerk
To 'Paul D. Lyklns
The foregoing summons Li served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District oi the canal one
dated October 9. I9S8. and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Bat
bos, on October 9. 195K.
Sara de la PeAa
Clerk
By Marian D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk
CALIDONIA

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INTERNAL DK PUBLICACIONES No. 3
BARDO No.'Z "B" Street MORRISON
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS SO Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
station wagon, 6 passenger, stand standard
ard standard transmission, wredio, low
mileage, $2,500.00.- Mr. Irving
Spector, call Tel. 3-2821 house
8455 Margarita, C.Z. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. FOR SALE: 1958 Buick 4 door
hardtop,, white over black, dyna dyna-flow,
flow, dyna-flow, ww tires, radio, custom
trim, rear seat speaker, dual ex exhaust,
haust, exhaust, electric antenna, back up
lights. Used 5000 miles by lack
Weir. Price $3500.00 duty paid. :
Smoot 6 Paredes.
FOR SALE: Mercury 50 Persian
blue, white wall, radio, extras.
Ganga at $400.00, call 3-7452.
FOR SALE: 1957 Bulcft Cen Century,
tury, Century, two-door, hardtop, air con conditioned',
ditioned', conditioned', duty paid, low mileage,
perfect condition. Phone "Pino",'
Panama 3-3278.
FOR SALE: 1949 Frazer, good
condition $100. House 760-C,
Balboa, telephone 2-3352.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman con convertible.
vertible. convertible. Sacrificing, First $225.
takes it. Call Happy, telephone
Panama 3-2707.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford, like new,
dadio, white wolls. Call 2-1629,
between 4:00-8.00 p.m.
Miss Dzevallauskas
Will Play Works
01 Six Composers
Marv Marearet Dzevallauskas.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Klemen Klemen-,e
,e Klemen-,e JUzevaliausKas, of .Panama Ci Ci-y,
y, Ci-y, win oe jjiesciutd in a piano
recital oil Kiaay, in tne Coiegio
liutiniaeiunal ue mana ilimacuia-
da, the school which sne attended.
since Kinaergarien.
Tne young pianist will include
in her program wonts or the gueat
masters ticarlata, Hayan, Chopin,
Lwzi, iwimpou, and ivavel.
Aluei graduating in Panama,
Mivc Dvf uaiianskas attened tne
Canal Zone Junior College and,
unaer scholarhips trom i.nc
Institute oi lUternadonal Educa Education
tion Education and Salem College, spent two
years in Winston- S a i e m, N, C.
where she received her B. M. de degree
gree degree in May of 1957. This past
year she lived in Rochester, N.
v whprp she is Dursurine crao-
uate studies at the Eastman
School ot Music of the University
of Rochester.
Miss Dzevaltauskas Initiated her
piano studies with her father,
Prof. Dzevallauskas, and contin contin-nori
nori contin-nori at thp National Conservatory
of Music in Panarha under the

WANTED

Young man-bilingual-school trained in Electronic main maintenance;
tenance; maintenance; in addition to at least two years college. Must
have at least four years experience in repairing radios,
TV, Hi-Fi and electrical equipment. Must be able to re repair
pair repair or teach others to repair any type electronic equip equipment
ment equipment normally used in this area. Microwave SSBS and
closed circuit TV experience desirable. Will serve as. man manager
ager manager of service department. Will receive salary and com commission.
mission. commission. Include in letter a full sstatement of qualifica qualifications,
tions, qualifications, to include both character and technical references,
a recent photograph, and salary requirements.
WRITE
Apartado 5034 Panama, R. de P.

Miami Firm Will Import 5,000
German Lloyd Cars This Year

The rapidly' expanding oper operations
ations operations of Lloyd Cars Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation of America. 61 NW 11 St.,
Is evidence of Miami's growine
Importance as an Eastern sea seaboard
board seaboard distribution center for
Importers.
The Miami firm, with 23 dis distributors
tributors distributors and more than 600
dealers In 31 E astern states,
plans to import more than 5. 5.-000
000 5.-000 of the famous smart, small
German cars this year.
In addition to the Miami
headauarters. the Lloyd Cars
organization has an office in
New York City.
Sensational Acceptance
"The acceptance bv Amer Americans
icans Americans of Europe's leading light
car has been sensational, far
exceeding our most optimistic
i. t, ia..v.AK nvacfinir flor-
man engineering makes the
sturdy, steei-muscieo i-uviar-power
Llovd a great economical
automobile buy. It's sensation sensationally
ally sensationally low prices begin at $1,395.
"While the Llovd front wheel
drive principle involves higher
desltm and manufacturing costs,
the Llovd management would
make no compromise with eith either
er either the safety or efficiency com completely
pletely completely assured bv this now fa famous
mous famous drive system. And this
front wheel drive holds the road
with an iron grip, making it,
safer on slippery highways and
sham curves.
"The four speed transmission
and comnact size of the Llovri
allows the driver to threnH
through traffic like a needle, it

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Lattery Plus CASA ZALDO Central
4th of July Ave. A J St LEWIS

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fern, do la Oasa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOM Junto Arooeneaa Ave. and S3 SU.
S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO- arqne Lefevre T Street FARMACIA "SAS'- Via jPORRAS Jll MOVED ADES

COLON OFFICE: 15th Srroet and Amador Guerrero No. M.Z2L

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueva Hipodronte
Urbanization, across the Reman
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Residen Residential
tial Residential home on Juan Oiax to Tocu Tocu-men
men Tocu-men highway. Wonderful com commercial
mercial commercial conditions. Easy pay pay-ment.
ment. pay-ment. Telephone 2-1312.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Nana White: Your visit ac accounting
counting accounting department CASA AD AD-MIRABLE
MIRABLE AD-MIRABLE will be appreciated.
WANTED
. WANTED: North American
couple desires two or three bed bedroom
room bedroom adartment or chalcf in ana
of the better residential areas.
Must have large living and din dining,
ing, dining, areas. Call 3-7243 after
4 p.m.
Wanted smooth tires, suitable for
reconstruction. Reconstructora
Kacional. Peru Avenue 7.
Phone 2-0406.
Resident Manager wishes to rent
modern chalet or apartment, resi residential
dential residential area, 2-3 bedroom, un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, lawn, etc., or partially
furnished, call during office hours
3-6631 3 7838..
WANTED: Three or four bed bedroom
room bedroom house with two bathrooms,
maid's quarters and yard. Tel.
4-0769.
WANTED: 1955 Mercury
hardtop convertible with Canal
Zone registration available, near
Boston Massachusetts to any Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone employe going on leave.
Use of car may be had for the
cost of cars transportation back
to Isthmus, Tel. Balboa 2-2919.
r a refill pnirlanrp nf Ptrrif. Tn Car
dona. Willis A. Stevens and Jose
Echanqiz were among her teacn
ers in the United States.
ivitieg, MkfytiMargaret was secret
tary ui me umuma ,m wumj
and accompanist for the Canal
Zone Junior college ononis, presr
Hunt nf tho Nowmnn fllltv tTPSIir-
er of the Music Club, and member
of the International Relations Club
tiH r.loo fliih of her TTnitftri .Stat
es School. She was also the re
cipient of the Katheirne B. Rond
thaler Award in Music while at
Tickets for this recital are on
sale at Colegio International de
Maria Inmaculada and Felix B.
Maduro's Main Store and Tivoli
Branch. Admission fee is $1.
is extremely easy to park in
the tlghest spots, yet Its smart
styling gives It all the dignity
of a far more .expensive car.
45-55 Miles To Gallon
"The tough, air-cooled, short short-stroke
stroke short-stroke motor gives 45 to 55
miles to the gallon of gasoline
and the sensational Lloyd has
a cruising speed of 60 miles
an hour."
There are sedans, convert convertibles,
ibles, convertibles, station wagons and trucks
In the complete line of eight
Lloyd passenger car and five
commercial vehicle models.
"The passenger compartments,
afford ample space for four a a-dults.
dults. a-dults. All steel construction,
plus safety glass all around,
give the hlKhest degree of pas pas-sengey
sengey pas-sengey protection."
Quality With Economy
Recently featured In Motor
Trend, the magazine's research
report by Bob Rolofson said,
"Of the 2,3 million registered
automobiles in Germany, ajiee
wee called the Llovd ranks
third in total sales. The name
is relatively new in the United
Statest but its pedigree goes
back to 196.
"Sure', in this age of 300 hp hp-plus,
plus, hp-plus, the Lloyd Is low powered,
but that's one reason why it's
so economical to operate. It Is
a safe, strong, quality car with
economy as the 'kicker.' It's a
kick to wheel Into a service
station and shout, 'fill r up'
.. all six gallons!"
The Lloyd has scored heavily
In International economy and

street, Panama utjreria PKKCIADOt mtki n.: agencias

Ave. 4S LOURDES PHARMACY 182
SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 m FARMACIA
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Dlningroom set,
table, 4-chairs, China closet and
buffet $90.00. Mr. Irving Spec Spec-tor,
tor, Spec-tor, phone 3-2821 house 8455
Margarita C.Z.
FOR SALE: 4 cushioned parch
chairs and glider, iron coffee
table, call Panama 8-3347.
FOR SALE Diningroem; suite
maple, 1 niece, call Curundu
83-2101. ;
s Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK) Oct. 13 (tM)
Industrial shares spurted into new
record high territory at an active
opening on the stock exhange to
day.
ACF Ind 45tt
Amer Cyanamid 523
Arher Motors 23
Am Tel and Tel 193V4
Anaconda Copper 63V4
Arkansas Fuel 38's
Atlantic Refining 39Vi
AVCO Mfg. 8
Bethlehem Steel iWt
British Pet 16
Burroughs -39
Celanese 22
Cerro de Pasco 44
Chance Vought" 47V
Chicago Gt West 45
Chrysler 58
Cities Service 60Msb
Coastal Caribe lb
Creole Pet 70V4
Crown Crop and Seal 23b
Daystrom 38
DuPont 203Vib
El Paso Nat Gas .34
Eversharp 19
Fairchild Eng nvfc
Fargo Oil 6 5-16
Felmont Pet 8V
Gen Dynamics 59
Gen Elec 67
Gen Motors 49
Gen Plywood 18b
Getty Oil 28
Gulf, OU 116Vb
rjicoieel,: 4Mb-
Tlayden Newport 15b
Howe Sound llb
Imperial Oil 47
Int Petroleum; 47b
Int Tel and; Tel 47
Martin Co. 31
New Eng T and T 144
Norden Ketay 3
Northrup 28
Olin Mathieson 41b
Pancoastal 5ib
Pan Israel 7-16
Pantepec Oil 1
Phillips Pet 46
Pure Oil 40
RCA 41
Reynolds Metal 68
Royal Dutch Shell 49
San Jacinto 29b
Shell T and T 22y
Signal Oil and Gas, A 43
Sinclair Oil 60
Socony Mobile 50
Sperry Rand 22
Stan Oil N.J. 58
Sterling Precision 2
Superior Oil 1766b
Texas Gulf Prod 35
Underwood 20
United Aircraft 61
Unit Canso Oil 1 11-16
US Rubber 41
US Steel 84
Westingrouse 66
Wheeling Steel 66 b
endurance tests. "As an exam example,
ple, example, among the approximately
160 competing cars In the Aus Australian
tralian Australian Ampol Trial, two series
production Lloyd Alexanders
had to fight against a dozen
competitors in the class tinder
750 cc. After 16 days and more
than 7,500 miles, the number
had shrunk to less than half.
The Lloyds finished first and
second in their class.
"The Lloyd covered 6,459 miles
averaging 45 miles per U.S. gal gallon
lon gallon of gasoline for seven days
continuous running, day and
night, with stops only foe tire
changes, refueling and oil. In
an endurance test at New Zea
land. The Lloyd 600 Alexander
was the most economical of all
cars in the Mobilgas Economy
Run. South Africa, and was the
winner in all classes up to and
Including 800 cc."
"The person Interested in see seeing
ing seeing and test-driving the tops in
economical, comfortable, de de-pendable,,
pendable,, de-pendable,, fast small cars,
should visit, c.iva a
Automobile Row in Panama or
tneir branch office at J6th. and
Melendez In Colon. : r
f!TVA fl 1 li that riniTv en.
pointed distributor for .the
i4A x u in r anama ana me ca canal
nal canal Zone. They are a direct dis distributor
tributor distributor for T.Tlvn Mntnrnn
Werke of Brent n. Germany.
Tne iim smpment of cars,
station wagons, panels -and
nlck-uns haa arrived alnntr with
a r.omnlet. atnrlr nf nirf inH
will be on display in their
showrooms from Oct. 14th.

La Camsquilla PARMACIA LOM-

EST ADOS UNIDOS 1U Central Ave
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; .girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandali 81 -bass
accordion with case, perfect con con-dition.
dition. con-dition. H e u s e 0930, Amador
Read, Balboa.
FOR SALEr Coldspot refrige refrigerator,;
rator,; refrigerator,; 9.2 cu porcelain inside
and out. Good condition, newly
converted, to 60 cycle. Used
Lionel train, track and fixtures.
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Ike Puts Punch Into GOP Campaign
In NY As Demos Watch For Smears
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UPD President ,Efsenhowr began' fcvWeek of intense political ac activity
tivity activity here yesterday by mixing; political huddles with personal appearances at public ceremonies
Eisenhower told New York State GOP candidates that he was confident that this pivotal
state would be in the Republican fold after the Nov. 4 elections, I
During- a crowded six-hour Manhattan schedule; Eisenhower also
Denounced the bombing of a Jewish synagogue in Atlanta, Ga., and ordered FBI Director
J. Edgar Hoover to compile a "full first-hand report" on it. '. ;

Said that the extended
offered renewed opportunity to
Sent a messaee to Dr. T.

Space Agency, extending his "sincere congratulations'' to those

moon rocket noneer.
Eisenhower flew here from his
weekend vacation at Camp Da
vid. Md. He was accompanied
on the ride from the airport to
Manhattan by Nelson Rocke
feller, GOP nominee for gov
ernor, and Rep. Kennewi sealing-
(R-N.Y.), who is campaign
ing for the U. S. Senate.
Elsenhower spoke at Columbus
Day ceremonies; posed for pic pictures
tures pictures with top GOP candidates
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,
and joined some of the key Re Republican
publican Republican cash contributors at a
buffet luncheon during his brief
stay In New York.
He also spoke at cornerstone
ceremonies at a 20 million dollar
lnterchurch center that will be
the national headquarters for 37
Protestant faiths .representing
40 million members of 144,000 lo local
cal local congregations.
After ceremonies at the cen center,
ter, center, he returned to the airport
accompanied by Dr. Edwin T.
Dahlberg, president Of th Na National
tional National Council of Churches, and
Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, of
Philadelphia, chief administra administrative
tive administrative officer of the United Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church in the XJ. S. A.
Elsenhower left aboafd the Co Columbine
lumbine Columbine III for Washington at
4t54 p.m.-
Democrats and Republicans
alike gathered for the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies at Columbus Circle
marking the anniversary of the
discovery of America in 1942.
The Chief Executive told how
the "new" world of Columbus
had shrunk with each successive
generation to the point that the
fortunes of America were inti intimately
mately intimately linked with those of her
overseas neighbors. v
.. Elsenhower said that If the
nations of the world were to
advance their common fortunes
on any solid basis they must
find a way to "live as a family
of equals." . v ',,..,.;
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Pius DidfMbre:
Harm Than Good
ROME (UPI) Palmiro' Tog
liatti, the former theological stu student
dent student who turned to atheism and
rose to leadership of the Italian
Communist Party, sa'id Sunday
that the late Pope Pius XII had
done more harm than good for
the .church,
In second editorial In the Red
Pairty newspaper Unitafc. Togliatti
said, thi. Soman Catholic Church
"is one or, wo revplutiont be behind'
hind' behind' modem times
U jT. k
"FrbrrTthW fact IrSseg the ex ex-trema
trema ex-trema gravity of all its problems
which'; perhaps, Pius XII realized
and he contributed to make them
even more serious." he saifl.
The editorial began' almost a
a eulogy of the late Pope but
then chanced tone to a thinly-
disguised attack.
cease fire in the Formosa Strait
settle r ar East tension through
Keith Glennon, administrator of

,

er It be in trade or increased
prosperity or in the task of pro protecting
tecting protecting our free institutions from
aggression, is the common obli obligation
gation obligation of all," he said.
"Unless each nation performs
this task to the extent of Its ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, then none of us can long
live in peace."
After his brief remarks, the
President, stepping dowfi from
the monument at Columbus Cir Circle,
cle, Circle, reached, out his hand to
Democratic Oov Averell Harri Harri-man
man Harri-man and said, "Good to see you
again, Governor."
Harriman's reply was inaudi inaudible,
ble, inaudible, but he Joined a solid-wall
of Republicans in marching to
the side of thd president's car.
During the noon hour, with
large church crowds swarming,
mid-town Manhattan,' the Pres President
ident President rode from Columbus Circle,
back to the Waldorf, standing
in the rear of his "bubble-top"
limousine and waving.
Sen. Jacob 1$. Javlts (R-N.Y.),
who is not up for election this
year, rode with the President.
Rockefeller and Keating told
reporters that the president was
pleased to hear, from the candi candidates
dates candidates that they were generally
optimistic about beating the
Democrats. ;
In Washington, meanwhile.
Democratic National Chairman
Paul M. : Butler accused Vice
President Richard MNlxon and
GOP National Chairman Made
Alcorn of 'trying to distract the
voters from Republican failur failures."
es." failures." .'?,..
Butler told Democratic leaders
and workers to avoid being "de-

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a deadlock with the United
States on the last three holes
of an 18-hole playoff round
today and won the first world
amateur golf team champion
ship with 222 strokes. The
Yanks finished with 224.
Australia and the United
States forced the playoff when
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urday with W8', f j
The Aussies held a two strokg
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announced by Communist China
diplomatie negotiations.
the National Aeronautical and
who took part in launching ti
coyed into debating phony; Is Issues''
sues'' Issues'' and to "be on the alert for1
smears' 'in the closing weeks of
the congressional election cam campaign,
paign, campaign, lie said the Democrats
rausi -ngnt oacic harder and
cleaner.". 1 ;.
He also warned in letters to
leaders; and worker that "just
a little complacency and relaxa relaxation''
tion'' relaxation'' on the part of Democratic
workers v"can mean ths loss of
a good number of close raoes.
?Whetherwe obtain a genuine,
workable majority in the Hduo
may very well depend upon Just
a little extra- effort between
now and election day," he said.
Butler said Nixon and Alcorn'
were attempting to district ths
voters with "a phony 'labor boss'
issue and a desperate attempt to
mm me rormosa crisis into
Republican asset." iji'
"The Republicans don't wan.
to talk about five million un un-?mpled'
?mpled' un-?mpled' of lihe fam mess-,.pf
the high cost of living, or ths
defense lag, or the drift -and
confusion in foreign ooliev ho
said.v: v .i v
"But Jet's keep their feet to
the fire on their own failures.?
; Butler said that smears ''"al ''"always
ways ''"always pop un late in the Cam Campaign
paign Campaign whejRepublicans ars
in trouble." iVsald Nixon "has
already Wllen back; to his' old
tricks of rewriting history,"
Moreover, he said "hat mi.
ferial". Is being used to heln &J
ate- GOP Leader William r.
Knowland in Ma uphill fight for
the California governorship and
in the campaigns or "other w-
puDiican candidates.

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l ? vmTICAN CITY, Oct. 13 (UPI) Pope Pius XII wat buried near the tomb of the
Apostle Peter today in a requiem filled with all the pomp and ceremony of the Roman
'Catholic Church he headed for more than 1 9 years.
n The richly-robed body of the Roman aristocrat who became one of the greatest
'ipjjpes in the 2000-year history of the church was given all the rich final honors due
i t'JIeceased pontiff. Then it was placed in three nested coffins and lowered into the
"dftep grottoes beneath St. Peter's Basilica. It will remain there in a temporary rest rest-"ing
"ing rest-"ing place for a year, and then be entombe d permanently near the final resting places
jJGmany of his predecessors.
rSI. Cardinals of the church in purple mourning and red-sashed diplomats paid fheir
last respects to the man who was born Eu genio Pacelli, and who died as the temporal
-head of tde tiny Vatican City state and spir itual leader of the world's half billion
IHgrnan Catholics.
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of 'relate anH papal guards
marched round the vast Basilica.
jn-pvAP1-' of the ''cad Pope
were recited in latin. Deft "Sam "Sam-pietrini"
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pie comn which contains the bo-

dy of Pius XII, embalTied anH
garbed in full regalia, scarlet gold
and white.
Then the coffin was lo'wered on
pulleys into the vaults which lie
at the level of the old Basilica,
built by the Roman Emperor Con Con-stantine.
stantine. Con-stantine. The entombment followed four
and one half days after the sud sud-r)p"
r)p" sud-r)p" r""ath of 82 vear-old Pius XII
at 3:52 a.m. in the Papal summer
pp'ice i' Castel GanHolfo.
since his death, 70 hours: after
f'rr onslaught of cerebral
stroke, the dead Supreme Pontiff
if thn Catholic Church had been
lying-in state before the faithful
of bis cHnrch.
Something approaching a mil mil-nn
nn mil-nn PoiTins and nilrims filed
past his bier during the two and
lr -vs it had lain in St. Pe
ter's. Before being taken to the
3reat cathedral on Friday, the to
dy was xposed in 'the Castel Oan Oan-dolfo
dolfo Oan-dolfo palace, near the bedroom
where he died.
Between 7 a.m. and 11 .m. to
day, late-arriving pilgrims from
all over the world had a final
chance to see the lying-in-state
before the Basilica wag closed in
readiness for the burial.
I he p.iac whtrt .tht body
mt ropt wai momDa rod
wai oppotitt th tomb of hi
pridccttsor Piui XI and noxt
to that of Piui X, who was can canonized
onized canonized by the late Pop !n 1955.
It is a provisional tomb, pend
ing the construction of a marble
vault in the snot chosen by Pope
Pius XII years ago. The final bu
rial vault, where the body will be
moved about a year from now,
is directly under the main altar
of the. cathedral and about 20
Escaped Convict's
Bodv Washed Nn
On AMra Shore
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
body was found washing 'long Ihe
shore of Alca'raz Island cn the
incominrt tip vpc'-ipiv, v,-,-'np
p-oof hat "The Rock" remains
one of America's toughest maxi maximum
mum maximum security nrisons.
The body was that of co'hvict
Aaron Rurcet 28 who at'emoted
to escape under cover of a heavy
fog or Sep 19 with Clye John Johnson,
son, Johnson, 40, a fellow prisoned. John John-was
was John-was recaptured thp rtext da'' hut
no trace of Burge't could be
found.
Posi'ive identification of the
hody was made at Pie" 45 on San
Francisco's weatcrfront where it
bad been taken after recvp"' by
Coast Guard cu'ter. Identifica Identification
tion Identification was made by Carroll J. Mc Mc-Cleary
Cleary Mc-Cleary a prison record clerk.
Burgett and Johnson, on the
dav r' hi 'r attemn were ol a
garbage detail outside the prison
nrope Bo h wer" semi trMs ed.
but they jumped guard Harold
Miller. 27, who was watrhino
them al a spot tha' can't be sight sighted
ed sighted from the owers. Johnson had
a knife. Miller was bounl and
gagced. The convicts 'red 'n es escape
cape escape under cover of the heavy
fog.
US Scientists Hope
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EffectsOfSun
WASHINGTON (UPI) Ameri American
can American scien isls hoped to uncover
hitherto unknown information
about the effects of the un yes'r
day during a total eclipse in the
South "a.'ific.
The U.S. National Commit ee for
the In ernational Geophysical Year
sent a 'eani of 32 scientists to the
tiny Danger Islands, 350 miles
nnrthe1-' of Samo: 'n nhrve
the etiecis ol the moon s passage
beiween the sun and the earth.
They were equipped to probe
the Recre'.s, ot nature nuring the
eclipse with, telescopes, radio
equipment, and rocke's fjred fi-om
the three-mile wide atoll and from
a shin provider by the; Navp for
the observa'Ion teams.
The -iekels were designed to re
lay information abou the change
in a mo pheric conditions far
above the earth when 'he sun i
blotted out by the moon. The sri
cn '" js a's exnec'r-' receiv receiv-radio
radio receiv-radio in'ormation about the inn
sphere above the earth s atmo
sphere.

fppt above the tomb of St. Peter,
the fisherman of Galilee who be
came the first Pope. Pope.-Pope
Pope Pope.-Pope Pius, in his humility, ask

ed that no monument be erected
to his memory.
Put it was taken for granted
that some form of memorial will
be placed near the tomb. Accord According
ing According to custom, this is seen to by
the Cardinals the dead Pope cre created.
ated. created. Fortyone of the 55 Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals t:i living were created by
Pius XII.
In the 19 years, seven months
and seven days of his long and
difficult pontificate, Pius XII, the
"Pope of Peace," earned immense
esteem by his untiring striving in
the cause of peace and the wel welfare
fare welfare of his struggling flock.
Prayers from the dead Pope
will go on all over the Catholic
World for six days after he is bu buried.
ried. buried. They are prayers of the
Novendiali" the nine days laid
down by the church for the death
of a Pope,
Crown Quickly Ends
Mass Treason Trial
In South Africa
PRETORIA, South Africa, Oct.
13 (UPI) South Africa's mass
treason trial ended sensationally
here today when the Crown with withdrew
drew withdrew its indictment against the 91
accsed.
All were immediately set 'ree.
The dramatic cancellation of the
indictment followed a morning of
involved legal argument and sub submission
mission submission by the Crown of drastic
amendments to the original trea treason
son treason charges.
Finally. Crown prosecutor Os
wald Pirow declared "since it was
-hv oiis the amendment was not
having the desired effect of short-
mm" the trial, he was authorized
by the Attorney General to with
draw the ;"dictment against all
the accused."
The arrests took place in Dec
ember 1956, when special detec
tives ranied home and offices in
many parts of the union. About
140 m and women European
and African, Indian and colored
fo' inixeH blood) were detained
and the charge in each case was
or- of treason.
In January this year the Crown
connected its innry into the ac accusations,
cusations, accusations, and 95 people were
charged. The case Drecedina this
had lasted 33 days, and Crown evi
dence amounted o 8.000 paes on
taining an estimated 2,500.000
words.
The accused were charged with
disturbing. imDairine or endanger endangering
ing endangering the existence and the security
of the government and of conspir conspiring
ing conspiring together to overthrow the
existing "overnment bv unconsti unconstitutional,
tutional, unconstitutional, illegal and violent menas.
The trial hean January 30.
PhiliDnin Haw
5ave IP $ i5
Orown In Caosizing
MANTLA. Oct. 13 (UP) The
Phlllrjplne Nvy today rushed
two more ships to the central
Cebu Chonnel, southern Phlllp-
nlnei. whefe 4R oersons died
Sunday lri the Philippines' big
gest sea disaster in 14 years.
The Navy announced at noon
todav that rescue ships recover recovered
ed recovered 20P, persons, "Including 45
dead" from the 17-ton motor
launche Princess of Madridejos.
"None was missing" Navy
spokesman Lt. Fernando Edwalin
said.
He sale" the two Navy vessels
and another unidentified ship
lolned in the rescue onerattons
but that all three ships have
not submitted progress reports
thus far.
It appeared from sketchy re reports
ports reports received by the constabub.
ulary,, however that the 208
-erson officially announced as
accounted for were all there
board the 52-passenger 111-fat-;d
ship. r
The Princess of Madridejos
vas on its way from Cebu Island
i nearby Masbate where the
ajority of passengers intended
o celebrate a harvest test when
vhe vessel' capsized and sank.

"

(1) Designs lor permanent manned satellites,
or space stations, have been proposed for Tears.
Panel above shows several of these Ideas (not
drawn to scale).
Sphere (a) is the shape -that gives the most
usable space for its size.
At (b) is the well-known doughnut design of
Wernher von Braun, favored by many experts.
Rotation around its hub provides artificial gravity
at the rim. In the original design, a concave ring
was planned to catch -sunlight for power. Ad Advances
vances Advances in atomic energy now indicate that a small
reactor, located on a mast, could be used.
Huge station at (c) is design of American rocket
engineer G. Harry Stise. Rotating wheel at end
bouses living Quarters.

Atlanta Rabbi's Family

Cops Think
ATLANTA. Oct. 13 (UPI)

ly bombed yesterday, was put under 24-hour police protection

telephoned threat against the
Police and r Bl autnonues
temple's education department

Atlanta detective superintendent i. u. uowan saia inree

connection with the bombing.
The FBI. at the insistence
case which was strikingly similar
in recent montns.
All acencles appeared to

culated and well-planned Interstate operation.

President Eisenhower yester
day asked FBI Director J. Edgar
Hoover for a "full first hand re report"'
port"' report"' on the explosion. The
Chief Executive called the inci incident
dent incident "deplorable."
The President. In New YorK ior
a Crowded schedule of political
conferences and public cere
monies, learned of the synagogue
explosion when he returned to
his suite at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel from Columbus Day cere
monies.
According to Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty, the Chief Ex.
ecutive was "deeply concerned"
and immediately ordered Ha Hagerty
gerty Hagerty to telephone Hoover.
Hagerty said that t the
gratitflcation of the President,
the FBI. already was In opera operation.
tion. operation. The Georeia Churches, an
Interdenominational religious or
ionization in Atlanta, issued a
formal statement condemning
the dynamiting of the Atlanta
Jewish Temple.
The statement said, "We be
lieve that, we sDeak for the en
tire Christian community of
Georgia in voicing the profound
sense of shock and distress
which we have experienced in
connection with the bombing of
the temnle in Atlanta.
"To our Jewish friends and
neighbors we would convey bur
heart-felt sympathy In their loss
and our indignation that sucn
a crime could have been com committed
mitted committed in our midst. .. the per person
son person or nersons who bombed the
temnle did inlurv not only to
the Jewish people, but to the
Christian churches as wen.
"The fact that the bombing
took nlace On the morning -of
the Chrlstain Sabbath made it
all the more a irior.kerv of true
religion, and an Insult to alt
those for whom the day Is
sacred.
"In this matter we are not di divided,
vided, divided, but all suffer alike. In an
environment where Judlasm is
not safe, Christianity is also in
dancer. . We call unon tne con.
.tituted civil authority of Atlan
ta and the state of Georgia to
use every agency at their com command
mand command In an effort to bring the
individual or individuals respon responsible
sible responsible for this crime to speedy
Justice." v
Thev dynamtttne on Atlan Atlanta's
ta's Atlanta's famed Peachtree Road
was the fourth such attack on
Jewish places Of worship in
the South in recent months.
It caused an estimated $200.' $200.'-000
000 $200.'-000 damage, but no one was
hurt.
The explosion, which ripped
an 18-Ioot square hole throueh
a main wall of the temple, oc occurred
curred occurred between 3:30 and 4 a.m.
No one was in thp bulidln at
the time, but the blast shook
homes in the area Including the
mansion of Gov. Marvin Griffin
eight blocks away.
Mavor WUUm B. Hartsfleld
called the,-- dynamiting the
"payoff fo rrabble : rousing
in the South." He offered a
11000 reward for capture of the
dynamiters.- : H
About the time of the blast
Unnted Press International re received
ceived received an anonymous phone call
from person who identified
himself as iOeneral Gordon of
the Confederate underground."
The caller' Informed the UPI

Blast Part

The home of Rabbi Jacob Rothschild, whose temple was heavi

Jewisn leader s ramiiy.
suiea mrougn me ruoDie. ten
for clues. But so far none has
He declined to identity them.

of President Eisenhower, assigned its top agents here to the

to other bombings of Jewish
be of one mind that this was no
that "we have just blown up a
temple" nd said other such in incidents
cidents incidents would follow.
He said, "This is .the last
empty building 111 blow up in
Atlanta."
The explosion occurred in the
religious school area in the rear
of the temple, and most of the
damage was confined to that
area. There was no fire.
At the nearby new Jewish corn corn-community
community corn-community center four large
stained glass windows were
smashed during the night.. Po Police
lice Police did not know if the vandal vandalism
ism vandalism was connected with the
bombing.
The sanctuary of the temple,
where most of the most devout
articles of worship are located,
was not damaged, but the area
wag covered with a thin film of
dust and bucketsful of broken
stained class.
Behind the altar the Ark of
the Covenant, containing the
torah (the scroll of the five
books of Moses) was untouched.
But in the bombed-out sec
tion, other religious items were
shaken out of their cases and
lay in water and grime on the
floor.
"We are shocked and sick at
heart at the wanton damage to
our house of worship." shocked
Rabbi Jacob RothschiM said.
"Our shattered relig'ous
school building and the brok broken
en broken windows of our sarlctuary
bear mute evidence to the
contrast between the ideals of
religious faith and the prac practices
tices practices of Godless men."
Police Capt Everett Little es estimated
timated estimated lt took between 30 and
40 sticks of dynamite to do the
Job.
A portion of the wall 18 inch inches
es inches trick was blasted into a heap
of brickbats and mortar. Deco Decorative
rative Decorative cement columns were top toppled
pled toppled and smashed.
Inside, the religious school de department
partment department was littered with fur furniture
niture furniture and rubble.
A door leading into the sanc sanctuary
tuary sanctuary was blown off its hinges
and lay askew against the altar
rail. A menorah, ancient seven seven-tiered
tiered seven-tiered candle holder, lay awash
In dirty water.
Entire window frames were
ripped from their fittings and
thrown into the parking lot in
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Strange shape at (d) was proposed by the
Britons H. E. Ross and R. A. Smith. It isessen isessen-tially
tially isessen-tially a giant mirror which focuses the Sun's en energy
ergy energy on boilers to power the. living quarters in the
mast.
The German, Kraft Ehricke, has offered numer numerous
ous numerous designs. Two are sketched at '(e) and (f).
Four-man station at left revolves about storage
and instrument center in hub. Working and liv living
ing living quarters are in two outriggers.- At right is a
station that could be constructed from bodies of
Atlas ICBM missiles form of "hardware" now
available.
(2) But before construction of a space station
can begin, materials must be placed in orbit. One

Threatened

Of Calculated Interstate Operation

today following an anonymous
irom a auu,uuu explosion in me
been found.
persons are Deing quesvionea m
houses of worship in the South
isolated incident but a cal
the rear of the temple.
The force of the blast was so
intense that locks were blown
off solid oak doors.
Rothschild said the temple
was valued' at more than one
million dollars. Most' of the
damage was in the rear por portion
tion portion of the building.
Police Capt. J. L. Mosley said
the bombing was "probably the
worst of its type in the South."
It was the first in Atlanta.
Across Atlanta's famous Peach Peach-tree
tree Peach-tree Road from the temple the
chimes of Peachtree Christian
Church called its people to wor worship.
ship. worship. Dr. Robert Burns, pastor of
the Christian church, Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately offered all of his church's
facilities to the temple mem members
bers members until their bombed struc structure
ture structure is rebuilt.
We will move over and let
them have anything they want,"
Burns said.
Ticket For Milan r
Chamber O'era Put
On Sale; 3 Nights
Tickets for the local perform performances
ances performances of one of the most outstand outstanding
ing outstanding opera groups to come to Pa Panama
nama Panama the Chamber Onera of Mi Milanwere
lanwere Milanwere placed on sale today by
Luara and Cos
The group, comprised of singers,
who have scored individual suc
cesses at La Scala Theater in Mi Milan,
lan, Milan, will make their debut next
Monday night at the National The
ater accompanied by the National
Symphony Orchestra.
A gala performance on Wednes
day, Oct. 22 will be the highlight
of the group's local appearances,
with a third appearance schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for Friday, Oct. 24.
Box seat pickets for all three
performances have been set at
$18; amphitheater seats at $15 and
"-7.50 for gatllery seats. Individual
ickets forjthe gala performance
re $8 each and $7 for the other
nights. AmpTiitheater $6 for each
lght and $T for the gala perlorm perlorm-ince.
ince. perlorm-ince. Solo ducats for gallery seats
ire $3 each on all three nights.
Reservations may be made be be-ween
ween be-ween 2 and 6 p.m. at Espectacu Espectacu-os
os Espectacu-os Lugara, B-J6 Central Avenue,
lephone 2-0076. ;
The local performances of the
lilan Chamber Opera are jnder
e sponsorship of the Ministry of
Education and the Italian Embas Embas-v
v Embas-v and is jointly presented by Es--ectaculos
Lugara of Panama and
iciertos Iriberri of Buenos Ai Aires,
res, Aires, v' :'r-'?A
XAIMS NEW PROCESS
TOKIO. (UP) Red China to to-ay
ay to-ay claimed the discovery of a
revolutionary" steel -making
. rocess using natural gases to
invert Iron one directly Into
el experts at the East China
lemlcal Engineering Institute
Sanghai with discovering ihe
ect natural-gas m e t h o d,
ilch, it said,, "greatly shortens
e time In steel production" and
dispense with coking coal.",

suggestion is to use economical remote-controlled
Jet carriers to lift cargo rockets part of the way
actually, vertical-takeoff-and-landlng launching
platforms. These could give rocket an Initial
boost of hundreds of milesan hour, and save it
from having to use its fuel going through the
densest part of the atmosphere. At av result,
payload could be increased.
(3) Firing of the cargo rockeU would be timed
So that they were placed in close orbits. Identified
with markings and broadcasting their positions
with solar-powered transmitters, there they would
, wait until men were sent up to "corral" them.
Next: Bonding the Space Station. ..' i

After Temple

Negroes Sidetracked Into Basement
Of Baptist Church In Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 13
(UPI) Eight Negroes tried to in integrate
tegrate integrate Second Baptist Church in
Little Rock yesterday but the head
usher slipped them off into the
basement by themselves and they
left without hearing the sermon.
Albert Hudson, spokesman for
the. Negroes, denied that ihey
wet e put up to it, either by the
National Association for' Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored' People or the
segregationist C a p 1 1 a 1 Citizens
Council.
"Wa cams en our own," he
said. "If w can't t this ten tension
sion tension solved through rtlig'on, I
dont know how wt art going to
do it."
L. C. Bates, prominent Negro
publisher and the husband of the
president of the NAACP in Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, said he thought the Negroes
were gulled by segregationists
who telephoned them, pretended to
De tne minister or secretary of the
church and invited them to serv services.
ices. services. "It Is bad thing," Bates satd.
"All the NAACP is after is the
constitutional r'ghtt of tht Ne Negro
gro Negro and I don't f igurt white
churches are part of thm."
The pastor of Second Baptist
Church is the Rev. Dale Cowling,
FIRE RECORD SPOILED
RIPLEY, Tenn., (UP) Be Before
fore Before fire prevention week start started
ed started last Sunday, this city had
gone 132. days without a fire.
Yesterday the fire department
reported its sixth blaze of the
week.
THIEF FRUSTRATED
HATTJESBURG, Miss., (UPI)
Police said a burglar worked
for hours to remove a glass win window
dow window at a bottling plant here and
Only found $15 in the office. The
frustrated chief then discovered
two windows already were open
on the other side of the build building.
ing. building. TODAY
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president of the Little Rock Min
isterial Amance, who has urged in integration
tegration integration of the high schools at a
WaV Out Of th riarflnt th.f ti.4
kept the ichCol, closed for tit
weeks. ;
Four Neeroes tried in intenaU
ins i-miiuit me. previous sunaay,
but left after a talk with the head
The eieht Neffrnn-wVin wnt m
Second Baptist Church included
five men, two women and a young
The men were' Albert Hudson,
who acted ax nnlrmr Ttnit
King; Elijah King; Robert 'Mohley
ann wavia samee. .
The women were May -Willie
Barbee and Mam' Rogers.
The toy was Charlie Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. , y
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours-end in rH. a. m. fnriav la
prepared by the Meteorological
ana nyarograpnic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Bombing

'') Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
. High ........ 87 85
!...,. 73 77
HUMIDITY:
High 88 84
Low 62 68
WIND: .,-
(max. mph) NW-8 NW-15
RAIN (inches) 0 .07
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80 IS

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High Low,
4:12 a.m. 10:36 a.m.
4:42 p.m. 10:56 p.m.
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