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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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' THESE BLONDE DANCING GIRLS were part of the Oscar Moreno ballet team, who apeaK
ently.died last evening on a flight frfim- Tocumen to Venezuela.

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, "v Ten blonde Cuban danclnjf

' la. They were members of the Oscar Moreno ballet,. which worked for some time at the Hap--
nyland. and more jecenti at the Atlas; m-.-

. The 9 ballet noarded '-ftA-LAV JSuperconstellationrimt Tocumen yesterday afternoon, bound
, for Caracas; ;The airliner,-. which .carried1 17 passenfers and a crew f seTen, was sifhted atoo
( Cereo AltoAnokesmaifoj persons who were aboard had 1
The plane apparently was sighted from the ahv, Rescue crews have already started out
by land 'for the area wherf the, plane was seen, some distance away from regular eommu-

v Member of1 theOscaf Mofen ballet aboard wer Alejandriita tabastiday Doclna" Gomes.
-IKwrarita Ar'pHn,n ci!-Cp,VNeiria. TWi Cnmachn owwrw Tfftr. tant u... 'i

"'ta Bauta Maiiiu. iosefa Peres
Ellas Mlhilltslanosownei of
the Atlas; "said today the show
would have remained at the- At Atlas
las Atlas thrpugh this month had it
hot been' for the student trou troubles.
bles. troubles. "It's wally sad news. I hope
they jftre still alive," he, said.
AtJas manager Hector Downe
,saW:' "They were really happy
here. l'was sorry they-had to
leave. Iihope' they will' be tound
alive.'N '
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The ballet switched from :sthe
Happyiand to the Atlas last Ju July,
ly, July, when the Happyland was
closed "for non-payment of taxr
es. 1
Two other LAV planes; and a
Venezuelan ai? force plane and
helicopter mounted a search for
the missing airliner in 'the
mountainous area where 'it was
feared to have'erashed. ;
Heavy fog Is hampering search
operations.

Meany Disagrees
AVilh Ei$enhoYer i
On Uneniplpymehf
. WASHINGTON (UPI AFI
CIO President George Meany was
' In sharo disagreement with Presi Presi-,
, Presi-, idenr Eisenhower today, over the
,. meaning f recently announced
588,000 drop in unemployment in
ffnvernment fieures showing a

Sentember toa new 1958 low of

4,111,000. '
Meany said -last night that
an analysis of the Commerce and
' Labor Department report of last
Friday indicated the unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment decline was "at hest only a
j.; mndii1- imnrnvement."

- President Elsenhower had hailed
) the report as proof that the econ economy
omy economy was making a speeding re recovery
covery recovery front the recession.
' Meany said that after carefully
weiahine -all the "figures "it is
clear, that' America has- not begun
to solve the. basic problems which
have'tesulted in more than four
million Americans .being Jobless."
Noting '' that productivity, sales
and total industrial profits have
- risen sharoly in recent months
t, the slabor- -leader said '.the result
was reflected only la "the boom
on Wall 'f. Streets What America
. needs isva.boom on' main street
the boom that would come with
n end : to widespread heavy un
employment and a rise in consum
er purchasing power." 1
;?' 'i-i !;,.in- .'..I I ii iii.., fii,''n,.Vy.:;;'0
isia Breaks,
With Arab State
"I t
;;TUNlS,v'0ct.' 15 WPlfv Tuni Tunisia
sia Tunisia decided today to break off dio-
lomatic relations With the United
Arab Republic. the Tunisian In-
. formation Ministry reported,

Dancing Girls Killed

nation

eirjs lonr familiar tb patrons of Panama's nlfht clubs

(Aioreno. Oljca Costa JDominsuez,

GOP launches 'Massive Retaliatioii'

Against Dernps,
WASHINGTON. Get. 14 (UPIi-
Republicans today launched "mas "massive
sive "massive retaliatinti" nealnst Btmn-
nrats' on the foreign policy rfront
while Democrats indicated t h e y
would continue to hammer on
bread-and-butter domestic issues.
Vice president Richard M. Nix
on took command of the attack a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Democrats, on the Far
Eastern policy issue only week
after the Republican high com
mand appeared intent on cencen-
trating on domestic, issues,' too.
President Eisenhower, who waf
attending a birthday, breakfast to-,
day with GOP campaign strate
gists, also was- reported ready to
draw the 1958 campaign issue on
foreign policy as well as domes
tic -questions.
In other political developments :
New York- GOP gubernatorial
candidate Nelson A. Rockefeller
last night said at Schenectady, N.
Y that so-called "right-to-work"
laws, violate the American tradi
tion of majority rule. He caUed
for "forthright opposition" to right-to-work
laws which, have been em
braced by a number of Republi
cans., The laws prohiDit ,; compul compulsory
sory compulsory union membership, .
-Ifiena W. chapman Revercomb
snd John T Hoblitzell. Jr.,. both
Republicans facing stiff election
battles ,; in West ..Virginia,; called
on
President Eisenhower at the

Army Woodworker's Dreamboat, Champagne

The first boat on the Isthmus
to have a special built-in beer
bottle bracket on the arm of the
fishing chair had its maiden
voyage from Balboa Yacht Club
this week.- 4
The boat, home made by
week-end -, boat builder p. O.
Broome, was christened recently
as. she was plopped into the Ca Canal
nal Canal at Diablo. She is called Aida Aida-rlta;
rlta; Aida-rlta; a combination of the names
of his wife AHa and his niece
Broome, Of Curiindu,., chief of
the woodworking unit of the
U.S. Army Engineers at Corozal,
has built nine boats since 1948
when he came to the Isthmus
permanently.! Previously he has
sold them all but he does not In Intend
tend Intend to sell the Aldarlta.
.,-,".. Z.;rCVyJi-":,'.''r':t'
I shall be thinking about
' retiring sometime, and I gotta;
have something to play with''
. he commented as he put the
finishing touches to his luxu luxury,
ry, luxury, gadget-filled toy tied up at
the pier of Balboa Yacht Club
iithlS;Week,:,;'ri:."i7AMi.4.i j;,--rw
The Aldarlta la a fisherman's
dream. Thirty three foot : long
with a Gray Marine Express 102
horse power, engine,! white hull.

Crash

Georirina Gaerides., Marts San J
Hit Foreign Polity
Whjte House yesterday and urged
him to stop in their state in the
course of his forthcoming unoaV.
ing tour. They were told he would
wy 10 in west Virginia into his
iour, h was reported,
wnat provoked the GOP to
swing to foreign policy was t
weekend statement from th nini
ocratic advisory Council. It charg-
cu me aisennower an ministration
witn "leaderiess vacillation":! and
urgea mat the Far Eastern, crisis
oe laid before the United Nations
Democratic .leaders generally
ren Mat ,oomesuc pocKetoook. is
sues, like jobs,, bousing end the
cost of living, should get Overrid
ing attention. But thev viewed
the council's statement as' a guide
ior Lemocranc candidates i wno
wanted to' talk foreign policjr.
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in unicago, meanwhile v ce
President Richard M. Nixon met
with Illinois Republicans today to
open a six-day campaign tour in
behalf of GOP congressional can
didates. i--r:- .
Nixon said the Republican car
paign is picking up and "we have
every chance to upset those who
predict defeat." r f ;
The Vice President hit hack at
P'artisan" Democratic- S criticism
last night with a statement of the
Administration s "record v of sue
cess? in foreign affairs.'
red cabin completely covered in
fiberglass with a non-skid fin finish
ish finish on the decks, it ha about
every refinement. Broome could
think; of and he knows nearly
all there is to know about build building
ing building small boats. ';''
The Aldarlta has two refrig refrigeration
eration refrigeration plants one for beer and
the other a deep-freeze' for fish fish-It
It fish-It is almost accident and break breakdown
down breakdown proof with a dual electri electrical
cal electrical system including spare bat battery
tery battery and generator, an electro electronic
nic electronic Vapor detector which Indi Indicates
cates Indicates if there are any dangerous
gases lying under the deck
which might ignite "(wherf the
engine is started. 'L
It has a fan to extract these
vapors, and a 6000 rpm cooling
fan In the cabin which later will
be alr-condltioned.; i There Is a
50-watt .radio transmitter the
biggest alloVed on ft, boat of ,,the
Aidarlta'a size and capable of
reaching the States. All the wir
ing over tne enure coat ana we
engine Itself Is specially shielded
to insure no interference .with
the radio. u j
"' Broome estimates the boat
has cost him 97,000 excluding
labor; to build, and he claims
' that the boat would be Fricei

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Guardsman Villarreal Better;
Is Wed In Bedside Ceremony

v In bedside ceremony at Gor Gor-gaa
gaa Gor-gaa Hospital, Panama National
Guardsman Teofllo Villarreal,
who la .still seriously ill with a
bullet wound In his: heart, was
married to a 19 year-old chlrl chlrl-cana
cana chlrl-cana on Monday.
, Villarreal naa previously con,
tracted a civil marriage with her
and the young couple have two
children: v On Monday, the girl,
Nelsa, who comes from Concep Concep-clon
clon Concep-clon visited her husband accom accompanied
panied accompanied by is Roman "Catholic
priest who conducted a religious
eeremtnqr1 W--mmrrtage.'!-' W
The priest was the Rev. James
E. Power, attached to St. Mary's
Mission. , ;
Tha bedside ceremony was
conducted very quietly, .almost
secretly. Neither the hospital au
thorities or : doctors attending
Villarreal knew the ceremony
was. being performed, r and' ;: the
only other people present were
nurses attending the injured
man. .
Father Power refused to com
ment on the wedding today,
Villarreal received four bullet
wounds during recent student
disorders In Panama. He was
courageously chasing three arm-
Army Resists Move
To Transfer WDa
Itockcfc:n-Toj ASA
'WXSHINGTONv'Oct.l!W IfUPlV-
The5 Army was Tenoned up in
arrrts" todayovef a move by' the
new civilian space agency to ttke
over 2,000 Armv missile scientists,
including Dr.' Wernher Von- Braun
A spokesman for T-Keith Glen
nan, head of the new agency, said
"no decision has been made"' but
conceded that' various- transfers
from the Armr were jinder eonsi
deration. i i
Maj. Gen. John B. Medarls. who
heads the Arm Balistic Missile
Agency (ABM A) 'With Von Braun
as nis cmei", scientist ai x nunts nunts-ville.
ville. nunts-ville. Ala.iflew to Washington and
was expected to see President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower today m an effort to
head off the moye,
Both Medaris' iABMA and the
let propulsion laboratory in i Cali
fornia, which collaborated with
Huntsville in launching the explor
er satellite, werefereoorted involv
ed In the projected trsnsfers,
So far. Glennah's National Ae
ronauticsnd Soace Agency (NA
SAV haa physielly taken over on
ly the Navy's Vanguard earth sat
allifa nrniert f i : .r
This tranferreA about 150 l'Javy
scientists,, including DP John P.
Hagen, Vanguard jfllrectof, to the
NivaA nayroii.
But President Eisenhower has
sweeping authority to order fur
ther transfers to the civilian a
sency. which was, created by the
last Congress and granted a bude
et of more 'than 300 million do'
lars to direct the ; exploration o
outer space. 1
The Army's fight apparently i i-to
to i-to prevent NASA.irom obtainin obtainin-operating
operating obtainin-operating control hd physical pos
session of facilities.--
at up to $35,000 In the States
right now.
She is his own-design and is
somewhat revolutionary in that
she has a plaining hull, which
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PROUDLY BOBBING at her berth at the Balboa Yacht Club

pier, is the good: ship Aldarlta and proudly waving from the
deck is her owner designer and oullder P. O. Broomp, UJ3.
Army employe at Corozal who tried her out for the first time
; v. ;' $ ; i: ::? 'thU week, ; ;.,";'! ;

ed men single handed. They ran
into Ancon and it was there that
he was shot down.

One bullet was deflected from
a pencu nasmignt in nis oreast
pocket and hit his heart.
Dr. Bernard L. wuiett, acting
chief surgeon, stated today that
the Guardsman's condition is
improving rapidly and his
chances for recovery are excel excellent.
lent. excellent. ;
Canal Zone police at Balboa
station, hearing of the marriage,
have decided to collect dona
tions to (buy the couple wed
ding gift. y
Golden Beams Wit
Toward Governors
Faubus, Griffin ;
. CHICAGO (UPI) Writer and
philosopher H lr r y Golden, of
Charlotte, N.C.fJ, turned his home homespun
spun homespun wit intd a blast at the
South's ''massive resistance" to
integration yesterday.
Golden, cigar-puffing author of
the best-seller ; JfOnly In Ameri America
ca America said Govs." Orval Faubus of
Arkansas and Marvin Griffin of
Georeia have "made it easy for
southerner 3teep racial hatred
alive. : ;
He also said it "ill behooves"
Griffin to 1 deplore the Sunday
bombing of an- Atlanta synagogue
since. het.was;among a ww pon pon-tirians"
tirians" pon-tirians" who- have encouraged
massive jresistanCVK to school in integration
tegration integration .- x .-1
TM massive resistance non-
aurfioa itriiinif th law. hs (riven
the green light to bigots and.half-
insance fracemong ers,'" saia
Golden.; ,,-'
' But he praised the people of At
lanta as ''nearly a million of. the
mmt warmhearted and aecent
people in-Americfcpeople of
good will- and honor, particularly
on the -religious level.'?
; Golden was hene to Wdress the
Chicago 'section of 'the National
Council of Jewish' Women.
Ground Crewmen
Strike Postpones
BOAC Jet Service
London (upi) 4-' wwt;.f
ground crewmen and maintenance
men at London' Airport today
forced British Overseas Airways
Corp. to postpone the launching
of regular daily transatlantic., jet
service with its Comet IV
The nationalized 4B0AC had
planned -to begin daily Comet
flights between New York and
London Nov. 14. But a spokesman
said the schedu'e had been post postponed
poned postponed because the strike brought
o a halt the maintenance-training
program.,' .
The. more im mediate effect .of
the strike was to force .eancella.
Hon of all BOAC oversea flights.
Flights of American and other
"oreign airline? were not imme immediately
diately immediately affected. -.'
About 300 ground crewmen at
lhe airport walked out to support
'emands for wage increases.
They were joined hy 4,300 main-:
'enance men and engineers. M
Denf On BoW,
is almost 1 flat-bottomed. : Ac According
cording According to Broome's theories;
this give the, maximum speed
for the minimum power ':f
He did most of the work .hlrti-
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THE

OF PANAMA
FOREIGN MINISTER Miguel
J. Moreno Jr. was Quoted today
by the tabloid La Hora as say saying
ing saying he was misquoted yesterday
in a statement regarding Presi
dent Elsenhower's displeasure
over delays in complying with
treaty obligations between Pan Panama
ama Panama and the United States.
Moreno told the tabloid that
he said the U.S. Congress, not
the State Department, frequent frequently
ly frequently placed obstacles in the way of
ready compliance with the 1955
Panama-U.S. treaty,
The mayor of Puerto Armue Armue-lles
lles Armue-lles is being blamed by a Chiri Chiri-qui
qui Chiri-qui correspondent for the town's
losing out on being the birth birthplace
place birthplace of the Nino Millbn.
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According to the correspon correspondent,
dent, correspondent, Dlamantina I aniado
gave birth to a baby girl at ex exactly
actly exactly 3 a.m. on Sept. 4, the day
the country's wiUllonth inhab inhabitant
itant inhabitant was born,! but that the
birth waa ; not ; registered in
time because the mayor was
out ef registration blanks.
Candldo Eaprua, the Nino
Mlllnn wa born at 2:12 a.m. the
same day. This was considered
tn he thit hour closest to the one
estimated by .the Census Depart-
"Columnist GRV of La Hora
Imported today that the man-
'aeement of Hotel El Panama
Hilton has Tefused to accept
reservations for Pablo Esprua
And his common-law wire io io-rentina
rentina io-rentina Guevara, parents of
the Nino Millon, who are due:
to arrive 'n Panama Monday
from Las Flores, a 24-hut vil village
lage village near the town of Oca,
Herrera:
, nR.v ald the Nlfio Mill6n and
his parents will be guests at the
International Hotel, during their
stay in Panama City.
Frank Brown, an old resident
Of Guayabal, in the Boqueron
niffinn of nhlriaul. was reDorted-
ly hacked to death on his farm
recently, apparently by a thief.
nrriwn. riled shortly after be
ing found by his family bleeding
profusely from ten machete
wounds.
Rosemary Has Girl
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPD-
Sineer Rosemary Clooney gave
h rth Mondav nieht to a Bin. ner
fourth child. She is the wife of
actor Jose Ferrer. Doctors said
mother and child were doing fine.
Puffing To Sea
self with some hired help but
fiavi a had setback when a reef
er box of hot asphalt exploded.
He was off work for two montns
with third degree burns on his
arm.
The bright idea of the skid
proof decks was accomplished by
the simple expedient of sprink sprinkling1
ling1 sprinkling1 sand on the still-wet fiber fiberglass.
glass. fiberglass. The Most difficult part of
the whole operation was flnd flnd-lnj
lnj flnd-lnj a name.
' He had two women to please,
his niece and his wife, and
could not think of how to name
the craft without offending one
pr the other or both.
, Finally, the ladies themselves,
feeling sorry for his plight sug sug-ppRtpH
ppRtpH sug-ppRtpH the combination solution.
The boat was built at Curundu
and when It was launched by
crane, at Diablo, it was accorded
honors no less than the Queen
.Marys',.,':
: ,'A large bottle of champagne
was smashed on the hull,
1 leaving a dent which will be
there ior the life of the boat.
' Last word from Broome, "Now
I've- gotten a boat I xeckon I've
forgotten how to fish. I've been
an himv An t.ha Aldarlta T have
not been fishing for over' a year.

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Feels Natiana isff x
Have Put Too Many :

Troops On Quemoy
WASHINGTON, Oct 15 (UPI) President Elsen
hower said today the United States is not going to try to
coerce Chiang Kai-shek into reducing his Chinese Nation
alist forces on Quemoy and the other offshore islands; 'l
He strongly indicated, however, that the UniterJ
States would welcome a voluntary reduction by the Chl
nese Nationalists.
He said that he had made no secret that he thougnt
Chiang had too many troops there.
The President was qsked at his news conference
whether this country was seeking to persuade Chiang to
remove some of his troops from, the offshore islands.
Eisenhower replied that he felt it was not logical to
hoye so much military manpower there, but added that
the United States was not going to try to coerce an ally
on something the allycbelieved vital to his very existence.

Asked whether he would wel welcome
come welcome a voluntary reduction of
force by Chlartg, the President
said he saw. no advantage In
maklne at this time any, public
statement that might-he misin misinterpreted.
terpreted. misinterpreted. hvJTormBsft' '';
-,'Th President .did, fiot answer
direefly a -question-as to wheth
er the' United States had shift
ed vitS position on the offshore
islands since Sept. ,30.
It was then that Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles indi
cated the administration would
urge Chiang to sharply reduce
his offshore island garrisons if
the Chinese Reds agreed to a de
pendable ceasefire..
But Dulles yesterday denied
this country was planning to
press Chiang Into -a major
pullback from the offshore Is Islands.
lands. Islands. He again. Indicated,
however, it might be wise mil militarily
itarily militarily for the Nationalist
leader to do so.
Officials said Dulles' new
statement, which the President
Series Of Meetings
Scheduled On Zone
Single Wage Plan
A spokesman for Local 900, A
merican Federation of State Cmm
ty and Municipal Employes, AFL AFL-CIO.
CIO. AFL-CIO. announced that three meet-
ines have been arranged to inform
Canal Zone workers about. the een een-eral
eral een-eral principles of the Canal Zone
sinle wage plan.
Gordon M. Frick, executive sec secretary
retary secretary for the Canal Zone civilian
personnel policies coordinating
board, will address the workers
attending all three meetings, and
will answer questions in connec connection
tion connection with the implementation of
the plan.
The schedule of meetings is as
follows: -. f
Friday, 7:30 p.m., union head headquarters
quarters headquarters at the rear pf the Ancon
laundry for workers of the 'Bal 'Balboa
boa 'Balboa area.
. Friday. Oct; 24. 7:30 p.m., Pa-
raiso Hieh School for workers of
the Paralso area.
Friday, Oct. 31, 7:30 p.m.. San Santa
ta Santa Cruz Service Center for work workers
ers workers of the Gamboa area.
All workers are urged to attend
meetings to be held in their re respective
spective respective areas in order to get a
thorough understanding of the o o-peration
peration o-peration of the Single Wage Plan.
Canal Will Seek
To Standardize
Air Conditioning
Maintenance Division represen representatives
tatives representatives will visit' Company-Government
quae'ers wi'hin the next few
days to study methods used in the
installation of air concftioners.
The survey is being condue'ed
to advise occupants and to collect
information toward thestandardi thestandardi-zsfon
zsfon thestandardi-zsfon of such installations. The
survey wvl be used in future plan planning
ning planning of quarters buildings.
'ViW ..vV ''"' ''
-.This "Maintenance Division has
requested the full coowa ion of
quarters occupants when these re representatives
presentatives representatives visit the various
homes.

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supported today, was not so
much a stiffening of the ilU.S.
position aa a shift pf emphasis.
The .President also said today:
r-He. believes, from statement
of allied leaders, .in- imropev thai
they firmly snrjport the U-S. pol.'
ley of not giving ground before
Communist force or threats of
force in the Far fast.
Chiang has riot indicated,
so far as the President knows,
that he would agre to .reducing
his Quemoy and Matsu forces if
the United states beefed' up Na
tionallst fire power on those Is Islands.
lands. Islands.
He did not see much value
in the idea, suggested by a re
porter, that there should be a
plebiscite on Quemoy and
Matsu to determine which of
the two Chinas the Island In Inhabitants
habitants Inhabitants wished to join.
He supported Dulles' posl.
tion that the two major pblitlca.'
parties should keep current as aspects
pects aspects of foreign policy out of'thi
Congressional campaign.
He does not oppose intelligent
questioning or criticism, but1 h
still thinks any willingness,. t
adjust, oneself to Comnranisti
demands cannot be anythirigjta1
appeasement.
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Officials said another wasE'ol
putting Dulles' latest statement
on the Quemoy crisis Is that two
weeks ago he defined one -ex-treme
limit on the U.S. position
and yesterday he sketched in
the other limit, The eventual
American stand, they Indicated
might be somewhere In the mid middle.
dle. middle. 's Wife
Gives Birth
To Four Girls
DETROIT fUPD-'-Two doctors
came down the stairs and tnM
me any wife had civen birth tn
four daughters, and that's about
it," Charles Ullman said today.
"We're rnighty happy about it
"No, none of the milk com.
panies or other firms : have e
fered any help as yet
"Baoy clothes? OK.' we 1
cuess we'll use the other' kids
hand-me-downs," ,,
Charles Ullman, a carpenter" for'
Detroit contracting firm, had a i
lot of figuring to do todav like
how to cothe and feed the four
aa'ighters his 33 year old
wife, Julia, presented him Sunday
n "ni. u
The little girls rested i ifl Ihelr
incubators todav: 17 inch Helen.
pounds and ? oun-;,
Martha. 4 pounds. 2V4 ounecat
18-inch Marion, 4 pounds and id
ounces; and 17-inch Catherine. -4
Doctors said the healthy il ls
would remain in the Incubators
until their weight exceeds five
pounds, between two' and three!
weeks. :-- i
Ullman, S4, has two other chll
dren Charles, and one-1
year-old Louise ; and, he ad
mitted his five room, one floor
ranch house in suburban Clawjoa
would, be little crowded.'

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BEACH SAFETY RULES

Sir
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h.iVpv tn be the hazards ol the sea. So much of this Mar
t'k peSto who know nothing about the sea and
m-JmSi cannot swim more than a lew strokes anyway.
SfSfWTSuM learn something t swimming and
nne sa beforfe they go taking unnecessary risks and even worse
wetencUng to be know-alls and scaring everybody -with; a a-?u?
?u? a-?u? taleT of the vasty deep swallowing up strong "wlrnmers
To some people the Pacific beach at Gorgona and Santa
CliS se?ms to have a reputation for being a dangerous beach.
tnt drowning of the First Secretary of the Ecuadorian

is doubtiu wnemer nc w -.
Sri sot into difficulties and he was among a group of people
SwffiSd W and saved the girl. All these people got back
safely to the beach; Why didn't he?
it has been reported, or rather con ectured, that- a rip tide
might h?v caugW hlm. That seems unlikely otherwise the
others would haveteen caught too. It is so easy to panic in the
I Sea and then blame your panic on some mysterious undertow,
which I do not believe exists at Santa Clara or Gorgona Natu Natu-!
! Natu-! rallv when there is a fairly heavy surf, the water going onto
J the beS f is going to tend to push you back to where the next
""l.nySSStW of water and an unex-
nected buffet from large wave can convince a person who is
SotS home in the water that he or she is being mercilessly
'TrVtioe Cerent proposition, but again if you keep
your heTd, tides and current are not so deadly. A rip tid is
Thirty narrow body of water, running as a rule directly away
'""it affls.to Powerful swimmer to go against
the rip tide. Instead you just swim across "and in no time
you will be out of the tide and can head for the shore.
' It is recorded that a man was swept put on one of these
t currents and instead of trying to swim, back ne Jus ay on his
? back and was swept merrily out to sea while his friends and
5 swept him back into the beach again a perfect example of
i how calmness can save lives.

KEEP OPEN
,

miscariM and exchngeTon the Zone are really something. Even
Sto Uving here nSSy six months, I still live in shopping con-
lUSlTrue at some hour of some day, there is nearly always a
commtoary open oewhere. But that's always where I amf not.
miomeklnd sou?ould do a great service to all ul poor mili military
tary military wives S printing a sphedufe of just when the rarlous and
StotldX long a Stateside grocer would keep
his customed if he closed a couple of half days a week took
two and a half hours for lunch and a couple of days a montn
for inventory.
Fortunately, we all have a shiny new car to meander from
post to post hunting for a pound of butter. And it's lucky too
that we all have a couple of efficient maids to stay home with
the kiddies, since they are branded "undesirables" past the Army
commissary dows. if you too have made an unsuc-
cessiul venture to the commissary today, try this approach on
yUr"Sorry?Idear. The commissary was closed again today. We're
eoine out to dinner L
And while you're dining out, you're almost sufe to meet the
commissary manager and his family. Even his wife cant keep
track of the "open for business" hours.
The Frustrated Shopper

KETCHUP PRICES
sir
! I have before me a copy of the New York Daily Mirror for
Sept 4. A Pioneer store at 2150 Broadway, between 75th and
76th 'streets, is advertising a 14 oz. bottle of a Stateside brand brand-name
name brand-name ketchup for 22 cents.
'It is made, of course, from tomatoes bought at Stateside
prices, by employes getting stateside; wages. The store's hired
help also gets Stateside wages, and its overhead includes Broadway-scale
rent; t
This is something Panamanian shoppers might care to
think about as they contemplate the price tags on the ketchup
shelves in Panama City's supermarkets, and meditate on local
wages and profits.
1 William Worker
BEER AND KNIVES
Sir:
Panama's good JSalboa is to be offered in the States. I'm
glad soldiers stationed here have often said they wished they
wotld be able to buy it when they went back home., I'm glad
that Balboa beer will be available along with the other beers of
the world imported into the United States. It's good interna
tioiial relations with a friendly nation- for Panama's beer to
come in along with the famous brews of Europe.
f But as usual, you can just count on it, Alfredo Aleman
could not give a luncheon to launch his good firm's good beer
without getting in the political knife.
He is quoted as saying it was right and proper for the Pan Pan-ima,
ima, Pan-ima, beer to be sold in the States because Panama permits U.S.
beer to be sold in the Canal Zone.

To listeners unfamiliar with the details of international

relationships, this was supposed to make Panama sound gen
erous In permitting UJS. beer sales in the Zone.

.But Aleman knows perfectly well that the "permission" he
refers to, namely the article about importing all convenient
goods for canal builders duty free, was an Integral part of the
1908 Treaty by which Panama got the Canal here in the first

place.

Why try to pretend Panama is doing the United States any
courtesy by permitting U.8. products to be sold in the Canal
Zone.
: Even Panama, with all the sovereignty how-how kicked up
recently, doesn't deny the United States got jurisdiction in the
anal Zone for deciding to build the Canal here and to pour
jnulti-million dollars into Panama this past half century.
How About a Friendly Attitude?

CHOCOLATE, BEANS AND PEACHES
:iatri '-
;.; When are we readers of your good paper going to get Gay Gay-jfiCxE
jfiCxE Gay-jfiCxE Maddox'a Supremo Chocolate Cake recipe, the caption of
which appeared in the Panama American of Oct. 6 over of
a-U things, some data on the number of canned foods on our
markets, a recipe for bean salad, and one for Peach Melba but
no chocolate cake.
I am looking for aomething special in the way of chocolate
cakf recipe, and am hopeful that this just might be it.

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Sea Urchin
THY HOURS
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By VICTOR RIESEL
From the slim priest, dwarfed
only physically by the vast stage
ana Lne cavernous hall in wh.ca
sat thousands of mea of power,
mere came these woraWsopering
words to the men before h i m

whose power sprang from their
leadership of millions of Ameri
can work ng mem
"Ha that lovath gold snail not
b jojtifitd;
"And ha that followeth aftar
corruption shall ba fillad with
it.
"Cold is tha stumbling block
to thorn that sacrifica to it.
"Woo ta tham that aagarly fol follow
low follow aftar it."
"Ecclesiasticu, Chaptar 31."
These were the early words of
Msgr. Gec-rge Higgins' invocation
at the lat AFL-C1Q convention,
the conclave which ousted some
corrupt forces. But th chidirs
invoked by, Msgr. Higgins couia
have been the warning o. a sen e
of labor priests reflecting the
teachings and labor phi"olophy of
the late Pope Pius XII.
For there was more jn Hits
Holiness' own concern over tne
man than the more inveighing .i-
gainst corruption by men who
lead unions.
During his lifetime, in private
conversations in the U.S. a n d
other lands and in his public pro pronouncements,
nouncements, pronouncements, the Pope was ever
concerned over the crushing im impact
pact impact of "b gness" on the individ individual.
ual. individual. Despite his support of or
ganized labor in all free lands.
His Holiness spoke out against the
bigness of labor as well as the
vas'ness of indus'ry and capital.
CorruD'ion, ha wrnad, rm rm-paundad
paundad rm-paundad its awn avil by utiliz utilizing
ing utilizing bigness to ragimant into faco
lassnass millions of working
man. In tha Rad'Eait, it was
political corruption. In tha fra
Wait, it was tha corruption of
gold.
Searching through' .Pope Pius
XII's public views on labor and
capital, the most characteristic
seems to b in his 1952 Christmas
message. Here is found the const constant
ant constant theme, the warnings against
depersonalization. One sc h ol a r.
Father Cr-rJn'.' o' th National
Catho'tc Welfare Coherence, has
wri'ten in the 'The Catholic Mind.'
"It (the theme) was also found
in frien'Uv wfninps to the Jphor
movement, ca'loning unions lest
they repeat Uip Trstakps md by
capital in the Nineteen'h century.
It colored his comments upon ec economic
onomic economic progress.1"
His .Hol'iP's srokf out out a a-gatast
gatast a-gatast exploitation by capital
wherever, he found it in the world.
But the Pope reiterated that, if
the only answetito' big -business
was to be big liibor and Mfarni1
groups, what vfyce the ihdiVidoali
have in determining his. economic
and political destiny? -' j
Thus, for example: he spoke" out
against what the Germans caB
"co-determination." This word je
fers to the successful v effort of
German union io become, co-managers
of the huge -iron .and steel
industries there. Today, though
they have nn nwnrshin ri"hf. the
unions sit on the boards of, direct
ors of the big companies deter
mining the sales, personnel, pro
duction and profit distribution as
well as policies of the piint corpo
rations in those two fields.
Thus from 14t ta 1951, tha
Pop warnaH against co-datar.
mination which saparetat owner
sh'p from actual full control af
productive property. Tha Popa
said that labor should not, as a
mattar of right, dam and a voice
In tha manaoamont-f a" firm.
This would It ad" to axcassiva
wOntraliia ion of aconomic powtr
Thia thama racurs aoain and
in tha Pope's attituda towards
thoto upon whom, for any rea reason,
son, reason, tna workingman depends,
for his daily broad.
Always he coniudered the mid
die class as an "essential seg
meht" of the citizerry of each
country.
Across this panorama woven ov over
er over the decades by Pope Pius, the1
crusades of America's labor pries's
become more meaningful in the
humble homes of working men. It
gives greater depth, for example,
to the fight of the "waterfront
priest," Father John Corridan, to
the wide counseling of Monsignor
Higgins, to the challenge to the
moT by Father uroiet in a Loui
siana parish, to the solace and
warmth steel-workers found in
Father Charles Owen Rice, and to
the editorial crusading of Father
Benjamin Masse.
These are young and daring,
men. They are but a few of those
who hive often walked alone In
physical danger. In turn, they
tau?ht the Mr. Bigs everywhere
that workingmen live by more
than bread alone.
3rd T Lecture
On Church History
Tomorrow Night
The third lecture in the History
of the Christian Church series will
be held tomorroe at 7:30 p.m. at
the Balboa YMCA-USO.
Chaplain James A. Whitman
of ISth Naval District will present
an illustrated lecture on the sub subject
ject subject "The Open Door to Faith",
covering the perioq from the con conversion
version conversion of Constantino to the
evangelization of the barbarians.
Chaplain Whitman has been in
Naval. Service since 1942.
The public is invited to attend
the free lecture.

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THE HEADLINERS
People of every faith were sad sad-deneu
deneu sad-deneu oy uie passing oi hope fms
XXI. This expression of profound
sympainy again ueraons ra.es tnat
the members of each religion learn
wnai every "laitu leaciies: spiritual
ideals have a common heritage.
Devo ion 10 its concep s siguu.us
love for humanity everywhere
and respect 101 tlie Dignity ox Man.
BroiherhiKKi belongs lo every
c.'eed. Peace and good will are the
allies of every faith. Compassion
has no borders. Prayers have no
nationalitf. Hope is universal.
The worldwide sympathy tor the
Pontiff must 'remind tyrants of a
supreme historical iaci: Vvars
come and dictators go as waves
break upon the shore. Religion,
nowever. has survived every ca-
tasjophe. There is still more pow-
,r ; 'TP: the Go den Rule tnan in
mountain of uranium. The Bible
has done more to unite people than
air the treaties, pacts and charters.
Souls are beyond de destructive
power of any weapon. Despite mas
siv'e technological progress and tre
mendous scientific discoveries, we
have not found a better way oi
life than the philosophy represent
ed by the Ten Commandme&.s.
The immortality of the spirit is
mankind's brigh est hope for t
guarantees the annihilation of des
potism. Although time can shrivel
the skin and still the heart, the
teachings of great spiritual lead
ers belong to eternity. Humanity's
spiritual birthright remains intact.
I he mightiest force is not in me
chanical weapons, the greatest
treasure is- not in material posses
sions. It is wi'hi ourselves the
moral power that warms the soul
as the. mirae'e of nature gives
the Bgnfjo the sun.
The TV reprise of William Sa
royan's "The Time of Your Life"
was a happy event. Saroyan is a
rare alphabet-scrambler. Filling a
blank page with words comes ea easy
sy easy to" him. He; wmte "The Time
of If our Life" !n six days. He in intended
tended intended cheating; a six-ac. play and

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Equally rematkaay, "Timef
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producer sight unseen.
Leonard Bernstein is waving,
mueic waml the baton o. vne ivew
Ybi n Ph ihawnonic and winningi
rave notices, ine inaesu tius,jj:t.i
climbing toward the pinnacle since
he was sixteen vears olu anu neui'tii
a live symphony orchestra for the
first time. After the peribrmance,
there was an ovation for the con
ductor. Bernstein, however, failed
10 jo.n me appiause. n nipra.
quired: What's Uie ma.iery iron
you like it?".
"No," explained Bernstein, i m
so jealoUs1''; I
rnrrnll Raker, who IS giving a
snnprinr nertormance inj""The
Big' Country" movtte.'ot Jwr nig
ureas m uie i.jruife"eat w;
were no auditions or screen tests,
She didn't even read one line. Di1-
rector Elia Kazan pent her, a script.
Shor.ly afte-i Kazan asked her lo
explain tne ieaoing cuaravivt cuaravivt-Miss
Miss cuaravivt-Miss Bakes explained end secur secured
ed secured the lea'jfineyrole in the "BabT
DoW" flicker 1 which elevated her
to stardom;" :" :
"The World: of Suzie Wong" is
another major click for directo!' directo!'-producef
producef directo!'-producef osh Lagan. One of the
theatre's greatest talents, he has
iriumphed despite a series of emo emo-tioni
tioni emo-tioni hrAikdowns wh ch would
have destrftyed a lesser men. In
a way, Josh Logan's greatest dra drama
ma drama is 'his bwn'life. And his bis bis-eAst
eAst bis-eAst (success is represented by his
ability to overcome personal prob
lems, v ? ; J-j.
Darryl Zanuck's "The Roots of
Heaven" film is a'prtme example
of hi success formular "Emp'oy
subject matter than' can apteal to
the in'ellec ual and yet not alienate
in Front of Lux
Theatre y
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u-Ma uitdiK as a Jiz5-a-week sce-
naria 'Jiuui tniree years, he was
the studio's executive producer and
edi'ueu 3,00u weitly. And ne walk walked
ed walked :Qut p he $ls000 per week con con-iahijhhat
iahijhhat con-iahijhhat five mure years
to f unj Zanuck wasouD-aged be
cause'siidfo-ehie.s had feiused 10
restore a 50 percent pay tut for
minor employes on. the date they
nau promised.
The army is now engaged in
making; tfiesyrld ;safe for Pres
ley. His overseas jaunt inspired
countless headlines .- plus a huge
spread in a naaonal mag which
breathlessly reported that he still
receives 5,000 fanss letters weekly.
He once confessed: f"I like the ap ap-p'ause,
p'ause, ap-p'ause, I .the autographs, I
like the" crowd$ T Wee igine''
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seem to bexmuch 'sentiment about
a sailers Nor is there much out
ward sen iment about the cold
gray seel or. a" Warship and the
men who man it. : s;.;vj .,.,1
But inere ean be. "And when a
man retires frwn the difficult job
of welding together sevexaL thou
sand men and -several hundred
warships into jieant ior,. the de
fense- of the Mediterranean, it
can bring: a lump in the throat.
vuitcn awua. ac, aueuuuu. vu
the deck of the .USS Des Moines
at .anchor-w; the. harbor ot Ville Ville-franche.
franche. Ville-franche. 6verhead flew the flag
of Vice Adm, Charles Jfirown, a a-bout
bout a-bout o retire as commander of
the 6th FleetwA ww'-r.&'f.t- -,
Fbr two years he had carried
the American flag. American forc
es, .and American-- goodwill into
tne ports ot ureecef5 iprjcey a a-lv.
lv. a-lv. Franea. SDain: .Iahanoo. and
North Africa, .working tnr,!uhite
mse coun ries ,,as, XNA.xy. iitnei.
Now he was leaving for..a. nigher
command. "t
"A ready fleet made up.- as this
one is, df a ..responsive brother brotherhood,
hood, brotherhood, trained, equipped and eager
to do the mission assigned- to us
is like a great -musical instrument
with an instant response-1 o every
touch," Brown addressed his offi
cers, end menL-;4rtkv-"i'jf -r i
must say goodbye. I wish it were
not so. But there is somethin gin gin-evitable
evitable gin-evitable something- inexorable a a-bou
bou a-bou orders from the'BUfeaa of
Personnel. . t
"It was some 4wo years -and two
months ago that I broke my flag
in the S!e1n,a-Brown-tbhtinued
with a tinge of sadness m bis

voice "it rimiiirUU

lege to command the 6th Fleet
longer than anyone else before
me. Eacn of us nas his idea o:
paradise on earth. Mine has been
the 6th Fleet.
"I am, of course, happy to get
a fourth star. But I feel that I
have already go ten the most that

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thing can ever substitute "for me
the sense of lulfjllmentXPt feeling
of direct usefulness that has come
wi h the command of this magni magnificent
ficent magnificent fleet. - '.
"Two of the happiest yeara re
behind me-isnd the;'Saddest mo moment,
ment, moment, is no)j?'JiBon mjs. Thank you,
good luck, and may God bless
you. ,, :
"Captain Garverman, haul down
my flag i
Ad6 C, S eS
The Admiral turned : toy vice

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AMERICAN TEAMWORK
' The flight deck-, of an aircraft
Catrien accordinif fb Adm.. C, D.
Griffin of Washingtorr,H,C, is
th most dart serous nliee in-4he
worldV alio dianstraad, V-tk5f
greatest"., trioui no American

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farm hoys.-Teeaagers fr;Om: every
taie in uie : Linioowwno ajie1, a
few .brief months of training oper
ate uw ugni oeca oi a carrier
witn such -amazing teamwork that
it can. launch 32 planes in, 11 -minutes
or four ready, planes in ev.
en secondscS""-1; :

' There is noise, hustle and bu -tie;
.. vibration and mora nnis ''

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up ia oo 10 u oeciDeis, eiose to
the 100-decibel poinf which ma
affeci the brain. 5
w uiiu uii ma nvu m get a a-way
way a-way from the scaldine hot ateai
of ;the 'catapult ; .-planes ass
lauiltllCU. :! j-, -S
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" One 'man jumpi out on cat
walk fan the bow of the ship,- no
rail to keen him from falling over-

uvaiu. jne picas MPTne DrnUO
thrown off ny the jet as it shoota
pfl tbe Sight deck. He; risks a faU
into the sea, as if it were a ro
tine, humdrum job.-
Blue-sbirted plane-pushers sena senary
ry senary over the deck,' operating 1i tH :
tractors costing $20,000 each which
tow Sky warrior twin iet.bamhra

Lcosting $4,000,000 each;
'Tha iil.ii'. ...k..l. .:iLl
to the edge of the flight deck; an an-o
o an-o he; J2 inches and the plane would
slide '-over-the iide--
:
But the" plane-pusher, R. & Do Doty,
ty, Doty, of New, York, tows the bomb-
a. 4avaavuiaeius.v vi Ual V tllj
done it in his sleep. Actually ,ie
hasn't done it long He's 18 years
old, is an air man apprentice, gets
paid a -mon'h for handling
planes worth $4,000,000.
By sitting on the tractor with
ano'her guy.fcr a couple of weeka
while he did this."
Yet he makes no mistakes.
The flight deck of the Forrestal.
one of the oiggest carriers in (ho
world, is 1036 feet bv 252 feet and
$100,000,000," pays "out $1,300,00(1
monthly -to the 40 hands aboard.
The Forrestal is the flagship of
Admiral Griffin, who feels that
the best way .to find ou how, his
big. twin-engine jets: bombers work
is to fly in them himself.
"Skipper of the ship is Capt. Al Allen
len Allen H. Shinn of Martha's Vineyard,
Mass.,, while the executive officer
is Lmar. Pierre. Charbonnet, m
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NEW YORK (UPIV-The Free Freedom
dom Freedom Award will be presented to
the Pulit.lPrie-winning:ArM".-sas
G a se tts, tonight. t.the
17th anniversary. dinner TTef TTef-dom
dom TTef-dom ; HousM. .5. 1-1 :J
. Th rDresntiflff 'the "; news
paper will; he PuWisher High:' B.
Patterson Jt.tllu N. HeiskeU,
Traiin." and li orr and Harry
S. Ashmore. executive dilqr,,wh
also won a -Pulitzer Prize for" his
editoriaU duriag the integration
crisis at little. Rock .laH faU. -Retired
federal Judge Harold
U Miina. wtm wesided at the
nine-month trial of Communist
leaders .ia 1949, : will deuyer; the
presentation address.
Others on prop 'will,i in include
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of Cowlea: magazines, and com commentator
mentator commentator Edward R. Murrow.-a
previou recipient of the Freedom
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winners have included President
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Of social interest last evening was the dinner party given
by Hear Admiral and Mrs. George Wales at in quarters In the
Fifteenth Naval District. The event honored Cdr. Carlos Mon Mon-teyerde,
teyerde, Mon-teyerde, Acting Chief of Staff of the Navy of Ecuador, who, ar arrived
rived arrived on the Istnmus Tuesday afternoon on an official visit.
- Twenty-two guests attended the dinner party.

former Canal Ionian
Clifms Irida In lew
i&ss Suzanne Eihel Waugn,
daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. William
John Waugh of Burlington, lows,
became the bride of iMr: Joseph
Seohtn Ridge, son o( Mr. Jonn
E ittdge Sr., of Trenton, N.J., and
the? late Mrs. Ridge on Sunday,
October 5, in St Paul's Church m
Buriingon.
A reception followed the ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony at the Burlington Elk Club.
The bride was born and educai educai-edJn
edJn educai-edJn Bur ingion and now serves
til dental assistant in that city.
Mr Ridge was born n Ancon
and was graduated from Balboa
Hh School. He attended he Can Canal
al Canal Zone Junior College and is a
graduate of the University of Notre
Dame in Indiana.
He is remembered on the isth isthmus
mus isthmus as an outstanding member of
the baseball teams oi his schools.
He also was active in baseball dur dur-inr
inr dur-inr his two years with the Marine
Corps, and la'er p'ayed in minor
league clubs affiliated with the
Chicago Cubs. He is now employ employed
ed employed hv the Winegard Company m
Burlington.
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Tennessee and Kentucky, the
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to attend tne wedding. The fiiuges
were prominently known during
the r residence on the Isthmus.
Dinner Part Fetea
Mr. and Mrs. Wieman
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wieman
were ncno'ed guests Sunday at a
dinner party given in the Garden
Room of the Tivoli Guest House
by Mr. and Mrs. William T. Ja Jamison.
mison. Jamison. Gueslg included Mr. and Mrs.
Eldridge Burton, Mrs. Lena Ham Ham-belton,
belton, Ham-belton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Huld Huld-quist.
quist. Huld-quist. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hutchi Hutchison,
son, Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lattin, Mr.
and Mrs. LeRoy Magnuson, Capt.
and Mrs. Richard Sergeant and
Mrs. Fred Yaeger.
Lutheran Women Plan
Dinntr In Parish Center
The League of Lutheran Women
has announced plans for a ham
dinner 'o be served Thursday, Oc October
tober October 23, at the Lutheran Padsh
Cen er, 832 Balboa Road
The dinner will be served at two
seat.ngs, at a:du ana 6:30 p.m.,
with special prices for youngsters.
Mrs. E. H. Freeman, 2-2385, is
accepting reservations.
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at Morgan s Garaens. Since an el election
ection election of officers is planned, the
meeting wilt be lor members on only.
ly. only. Christian Church Lecture
The third lecture in 'he History
of the Christian Church series wiU
be held Thursday evening at 7:3o
at the Balboa YMCA-USO. Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain James A. Whi man af the Fi
teenth Naval District will present
an illustrated lecture on "The 0 0-pen
pen 0-pen Door to Faith," covering the
period from the conversion ol
Constaminc to the evangebiaiion
of the barbarians.
Kebbe Officers' Wives
Te Tour Irewery
Members of the Fort Kobbe Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Wives Club will make a tour
of the Naiional Brewery Thursday
morning. Busses are scheduled to
leave the Kobbe Theater at 9 a.m.
Reservations should be made
with Mrs. R. M. S okes, 84-2216.
Cub Scout Meeting
An organizational meeting oi
prospective Cub Scouts and par parent.
ent. parent. iA form Cuh Scout Pack 18
will be hed Thursday evening at
7:30 at the Teen Club in loco so
lo. The pack will include all oi u-
Coin iTnnp FtolH and Fort
Randolph. A top Scout official will
be present at the meeting to aovise
the group.
All interested parents and chil children
dren children are urged to attend.
Catholic Daughters
The Catholic Daughters of Ame America,"
rica," America," Court Our Lady of the Mira Miraculous
culous Miraculous Meaal 874, will meet Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening af 7:30 at he Knights
of Columbus Hall in Margarita.
Members are requested to be at
the Hall promptly to Join in the
recitation of the rosary for the re repose
pose repose of the soul of Pope Pius XII.
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THE CELEBRITIES
What may be the last episode
in Rita Hayworth'i alliance with
All Khan is scheduled to take
place in Reno with week. Bartley
Crum, her attorney is flying out
there to try to $tt the Nevada
courts to enforce the judgment
handed down when Rita and her
rnnce were divorced, but Airs
lawyers contend there is a Fed Federal
eral Federal statute that makes it illegal
to even attempt such move against
a 'foreign diplomat and that's
he is now, as a representative to
the United Nations.
Alcoholics Anonymous threw the
net ovedone of America's best
and most astringent writers last
week after he'd reeled from bar
o bar on a 10-day binge... Marlon
Brando's private life is getting al
most as much Hollywood atten attention
tion attention as the Eddie-Debbie-Liz
triangle. But it's a sure thing his
most serious new romance won't
be reported in the papers... Mean-
while his soon-to-be-divorced
bride, Ann Kashfi, who is showing
signs of the strain she's been un under,
der, under, is said to be contemplating a
rm to India to rest and forget.
.Rafael Truiillo Jr.'s favorite
belle, Lita Milan, is in the Dom
inican Republic visiting him a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. And they're discussing the
possibility of marriage once his
iivorce is final... The Arch John Johnsons
sons Johnsons (he plays the detective in
"West Side Story") are lullabying
a baby boy... Billy Holiday, who
intends to take up residence in
London, is considering adopting
two babies to "keep her from be
ing lonesome" 'an indication
that the adoption Jaws, somewhere
are becoming considerably relax
ed. f
One of the ladies arrested St
a V-girl in the recent Park Ave.
raid is better known in Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Village as a quite impres impressive
sive impressive Reat Generation poetess
Renata Tebaldi'j luncheon ap appearance
pearance appearance at Quo Vadis during
her brief stop in New York re revealed
vealed revealed that she's lost quite a bit
of weight since she left here
some months ago.
If Louis Prima and Keely Smith
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World Series games as televised,
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THE VOICE; OF :
BROADWAY'
by Dorothy Killgalten

her lady friends uses a Gillette.
The biology textbooks: are due
for some drastic rewriting. Scient Scientists
ists Scientists soon will announce a sensa sensational
tional sensational new theory of evolution
concerning the type of worm that
was man's ancestor... If the
Elaine-Louis Lorillard divorce goes
through without a hitch, she'll
probably become a bride again.
The lucky fellow is Gil Steele of
Northeast Airlines.
Clyde Harris of the Hotel Plaza
is the hottest, candidate to suc succeed
ceed succeed Claudius Philljppe as head
of all the banquet facilities at the
famed Waldorf-Astoria... Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood reporters greeting Dorothy
jm alone as she arrived from the
East Coast drew this comment on
her romance with the charmin?
Jacques Bergerac: "He is a
wonderful fellow great company.
But we've no announcement to
make."... The vogue for Oriental-
based entertainment continues to
flourish on stage and screen, di directly
rectly directly influencing fashion, (or vice
versa). Style-conscious Occidental
ladies are bound to be influenced
by the forthcoming stills of Ingrid
Bergman looking beautiful in the
Chinese finery she wears for "Inn
of the Sixth Happiness."
Lncouraeine note for unsucess-
ftfl writers: Vajdimir Nobokov
produced io flop novels in Russian
before he switched to English and
came up with "Lolita"... Minor
quiz question: Why is the restau
rant run by Lynne Gilmore called
Cafe Leon, instead of the more
appropiate Cafe Lynne. and whb
is Leon?... Chalk up another un unfunny
funny unfunny musical tribute to a holiday
millions regard as sacred. Jim
Backus has just recorded a song
titled "Why Don't You Go Home
for Christmas So I Can Have a
Happy New Year."
The reefer crowd, may have to
switch to square cisarets. Mari
juana is up about SO per cent be because
cause because it's been a bad season for
the crops and a good one for the
cops... All the excitment the other
night at the theatre where "Bells
Are Ringing" is playing somehow
escaped attention from the gazet gazettes.
tes. gazettes. A woman in the audience be
came seriously ill during the last
act and the audience In the bal balcony
cony balcony was asked to leave by the
fire stairs, with the result that
one man slipped in the midst of
alt the commotion and knocked
down to other persons as he fell.
Mickey Rooney's goodby speech
to the crew and performers on
the set of "The Last Mile" was
such a tearjerker one member of
the cast compared it. to. George
vou. Treat your
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ly slightly shocked when West jumped -to
five clubs right over, his bid.
North s pass discouraged Sey
mour about seven and his problem
was the choice between conser
vative five and a gambling six bid.
He .finally decided on six.
West considered defending at
seven clubs but v thought that
things were not girig to break too
well for Mr. Topping and maybe
six spades would not make.
North and East passed also and
West opened the king of clubs end
continued the suit. Seymour ruf
fed and noted that he had a po potential
tential potential heart loser. He could run
Q.ut all his trumps and hope for
neart discards or maybe the
heart suit would break 3-$ anyway.
Mr. Topping decided that he
would have a much better chance
to nlay East for bein? long in both
major suits. Hence, he played one
trumn only and then led out his
ace, king and queen of hearts.
West showed out on the third
heart lead, but since his only
trumn had gone on the one trumn
lead there was nothing West could
do. Mr. Tonping trumped his
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Washington's farewell to the
troops... David Wayne of 'Say
Darling" has been offered a TV
series in which he'd star as actor actor-narrator
narrator actor-narrator of a group of Irish fables.
He'd play, an elf, a role similar to
the one that rocketed him to
Broadway fame in t'Flnian's Rain Rainbow."
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the proprietors a man and wife
are both available to wart on cus
tomers.
But yesterday she was alone be
hind the counter. I asked for pink
ribbon, and as she was turning to
the shelves behind her the" tele
phone rang. She said, ."Excuse
me," walked over to the mstru mstru-ment
ment mstru-ment and spoke at once into its
mouthpiece. "No, Nick," sh said;
"I can't talk to you now, I'm busy
I've got a customer. 1 : ?
Back with, me. she selected
bolt from one of the shelves; ex
plaining, "It was my boy. At 15
you'd think he'd have enough sense
not to pester me. He knows his
Pop isn't here. But kids hay no
sense of responsibility aiiy more.'f
I had just said, "I think three
yards. ." when the telephone rang
again. After the fifth ring, she
answered it. "Didn't I tell you.-I
can't talk now?" she demanded.
"Leave me alone, Nicki vThig! 'cus 'customer,
tomer, 'customer, i ." : ii1" sw t

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receiver back on its hook and was
preoaring to cut off. mjk ribbon.
The phone shrilled again. -
"Oh. honestly, she.-said. v-T(i8
time I'll show him. Let him ring."
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phone, she cried angrllyjfYou jut
wait. Nick. I'll punish you all week
for this, i i
As I left with my ribbon, the
phone was ringing again.
Her performance was "not cal calculated
culated calculated to produce a responsible
ch"d.
It was she, not Niclt- who 'had
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in the next room to pome pose
for a picture with touring gub
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"I can't," she yelled back, "I
ain't wearing my girdle;"
"Never mind," shot bck the
owner. "Just wear your shoes."

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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN

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Return Pram States'

Dr. and Mrs. jMeph ScadfoB

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Ct.f.. ... ,. iVr . ,.-.

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mblem Club"

.Members of the Cristobal Em

Mem Club 5? irecootinuing.wilh

puns lor the Harvest Moon F jeslaj

to be Held October 31 in the urw o-

Entertainment wiJL include mu-

aic by Lucho Azcwrraga and-exhibition
tlances by the Star in a Cir

cle Square Dance Club of Balboa.
Costumes and informal attire

will be appropriate or Jhe occa-

Members of the Emblem Club
are selling ticke They., are also

available at the Elks Hom.ls.

Mis Lagvnaro Enrolls r vA
In Gaaraia Calleae V -f

Miss Viodelda Lajuhero." daught

er of Mr. and Mrs. Vicente A. La-

Tough Aclor Tiarney
Tangles VilhCopv
Held For Assault
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ton eh ffii v La wrenca (Dillineer )

Tierney went ot another of. his
periodic' rampage early to d a y

and wound uo neing cnargea wun
kicking a" policeman.
Police locked ?up. Tferftey,5 39,
and a friend; Arthur 'Kennedy, 32,
of Lynbrook.N; Y., '.after a .free-for-alliM
-a v-wr'---
A radio car was ordered to the
corner 6th Ave. and' W. 55th St.
after seyefal persons called to re report
port report two. men were Attacking:
passersby in the street, police
aid. '
Patrolmen Louis "Romano: and;
Sam Sapan arrived to find Tier Tier-ney
ney Tier-ney and Kennedy arguing with
Louis Pfaff, owner of abar. at
the corner.wPolice said Kennedy
nd Herney ; looked as through
thejr had been in a half-dozen
fist fights. i
- Pfaff said he 1 didn't want the
two mens in his bar' and asked
that they be locked up for .dis .disorderly
orderly .disorderly conduct. 'Romano, ; placed
them under arrest, v V
Tierney's reaction,'' police said,
was to kick Romano in the. groin.
, Kennedy, they said; lit into patrol patrolman
man patrolman Sapa
A cWithdiMtelv-JtHc
battle, and aftev4feinup
the olfetfere. abj,e ?to g JCiiBS
ney anQKenney 4nt0r4HeiiK fttiuad
car and take them to the station
house. -'4? :
Police, .said Herney behavior
was aid Jiat to theail as ne has
been attested at least a dozen
times on charges of drunk and
disorderly conduct. ;- M .'". -'-
He first. came to fame when he
played the. tjlle. : role- in "DilUn "DilUn-ger,".
ger,". "DilUn-ger,". He hair tried' to- be a tough
guy-evf.iaUh. V. -.
Tierney' faced iartaignment 1ater
today on charges of disorderly
conduct tfrid" felonious assault ;
OWES LIFE TO ROSES
London ,- cupd twenty-
monh ; "old Marty -M.ansbridge
owed his life to a rbed; of iroseS
tbday. Marty's mother said the j
child Dluneed out of 'a third-floor

window while playing Monday and
landed in the garden on a rose
bed. Hi suffe?ed only shock and
a few scratches and was reported
resting comfortably" iti" a hospital.'

gunero of Panama City, hat en

rolled "ay a4v-tu'
Kcinhardt College, Walkeska, Gh.
the achool is ttis yeax observing
its Diamond 'Anniversary repre-

Venung tz years m aervtce io niga
er-fductBdh. !' ,'
taran"- Day'ferewp h : ' -Annaunias
Holiday Plana i

: festive plans for celebrating the

fortietn ;fnjaiversfflry-oi veterans veterans-Day
Day veterans-Day have been announced by Law

rence IJagor, American Legion De Department,
partment, Department, Chaplain and chairman

lor UJff Aliaouc vomi veieraus

na- Committee.

A teddv Roosevelt dance has

been planhed 'for November' 8 in
the' Cristobal. Sky? Room music by
the? AW Farce band. Sunday afier-

Soon. November a barbecue will

be Jield at the Cristol-Rancho Ra Ramos
mos Ramos Police Park.?
The events will comnrise a kick-

ff nrnpram .iorthe Atlantic-side

observances of thfe Roosevelt Cen-

ttUaiall and -yetcnns' ,tay.

NyjTjmes Says

ItVlfithusiastic

ForJIpekefeTler
"NEW YORK:. ?dct. 15 (TJPD

Th? Newyork spmes announced

today that It is '"enthusiastical

ly".', far Republican,. Nelson A.

Rockefeller, for.,Goveirnor ol New

York.

The newspaper's editorial said

if is confident Rockefeller "has

the qualities 6t character, the
breadth of business, administra

tive and governmental experi

ence, the vigor ana the strengtn
of con'victlon 'to make a good,
executive of New York State,
and possibly a great one."

The vTimes said' Democratic

Gov.. Averell Harrlman, whom it

did not .support In 1954, "has
made, a sincere, effort to per perform?
form? perform? conscientiously'' but has

made ..a recced, "barren of suffi sufficient
cient sufficient major accomplishment to

recommend a second term.

Blonde Durban Gal

Wins Miss World

Title In London

LONDON, Oct. 14.(UPI) Pen

elope Ann Coelen, 18, a honey

Dlonde from Durban, South Africa,
with a 35-24-36 figure was named
VMiss World '1958"Bin a contest

sponsored by the Mecca I'ance

haiss. She was awarded $1,400 and

new sports car.
Runnerip -was Miss ?,France,.

ClaudiemDlger,17,- a student rnd

third was Miss Denmark, 18 year year-Old
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BONN, Germany (WIV "Iron
Gustay" Sorge today told a court
trying him f or mul'iple murdet
in Natl concentration campi. that
ha got his nickname "because 1
had no fear."
The trial of Sorge and WOhelm
(Pistol) Schubert opened before a
Bonn court. this morning, -.v;-
Both metf are' accused of mul multiple
tiple multiple murders, committed separ separately
ately separately and jointly, in the Sachsen
faausen concentration camp be between
tween between 1935 and 1942. In addition,
Sorge is accused of murder in the
Esterwege concentration camp.
Both are former SS men.
Sorge told the court that he
joined the SS in 1931, and got his
nickname 'Iron Gustav" between
then and 1933 becauee-"in the po political
litical political disputes of that time,- 1
showed no fear :
"When I t. support something."

Sorge said, "I support il whole-

neartemy.",.
Sorge was just 20 years old
when he joined the the SS and
nartfeipafed in the violent street

fighting of tte ears just preced-

RAPS CHILD LAWS

LAKE WOOD, iN... (TJPI-The

president ol the New. ; Jersey

rarm Bureau charged Monday

that the' state's child labor, laws

ra gettir.B to be io atnneent

they are turning teen-agers into

-zuin tnmry lauers torn Be Between
tween Between the TV set and the family
car." Herbert W. Voorhees laid
"nrofessional do -. roodera" ar

over-ieal'Huly protecting "a lot of

normal, husky teen age young

atera from so-cai' lgt1 Century

sweat shop practice

ins the Nasi assumption of power.
' The two were tried 4n 1948 by
a Soviet court and sentenced to
life imprisonment for the. murder
n Sachsenhausen of more than

10.000 Soviet orison en of war.

Returned to West Germany in
January 1956 as war criminals,
they were free for a few weeks,
then re-arrested by West German

authori'ies to prevent their flight
during the investigations leading

to the present trial.. ,,?,..'

Sorge is charged with having

personally committed 123 mur

ders, and with participation with
Schubert and o'hers in several
score other killings,' government

Attorneys told a recent oress, con conference.
ference. conference. Schubert la charged' with

the personnal commission of 97

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NEW YORK PreaiAeflt Ei Ei-renhower,
renhower, Ei-renhower, on Ae,-bombing of a
Jewish synagogue in Atlanta:?!
"I think we 'would ak: share, in
the feeling of horiwat any per person
son person wpuid wene loaeeraw ( the
holy place of any Teligion, Te it
chapel, a cathedral, a mosque; a
church or a tnyagogue."
BELGRADE i Yugoslavian
President Tito,, on attacks on his
country by ether Communist-regimes:
.
"We are called traitors and hire hirelings
lings hirelings because we accept (West (West-era)
era) (West-era) foreign aid at a ime when
or country, was in an economic
plight, when famine was at our
door."
HAMPTON, Va. Thurgood
Marshall, general counsel for the
National Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People, on
anti-integration mov.es by South-,
eraers:
"The South ii just buying time.
It Is buying time on too expensive
terms, by destroying public edu education,
cation, education, by using die taxpayers'
money to fight a battle that they

know it will lose."

Second Jamboree
To Be Featured
At Legion Club
The American v Legion Club at

Fort Amador will rock Saturday

night with the second fall jam

boree to be given for senior dance

students ol Harnett and Dunn.

Scheduled for- 1:38 p.m. the silv

er, cold and medal awards will

be nresentedthe Intermediate Lat

in and Deginneri group.

Toe ,bejmneri?ciasa- wuu j&e
judged, on basic work In the jitter jitter-bue.
bue. jitter-bue. ..intermediate' will combine

free style variations with jitter-

bue end the Latin dances will be

judged on the basisjot tne best au-

around dancers in ine rnumoa,
boosie. mamW. cha-lypso, cha

cha cha and mefengne.

Judges will "be Miss Shirley Lee
a former Harriett and Dunn

studpnj, ahd Lt. Stringfellow, who
has proved his talent in both Am'

Hosts and hostesses for' the

events will include Judy Brown,
Dickie TaearoDUloa. Connie Bern

hardt. Bob Meyers. Nancy Turner",

Leo DillingerMrs. Crooks, Mrs.,

Sears, Mrs Engelke, Mrs. iunng iunng-er
er iunng-er and Mrs. Aleman.
Parents and friends are invited

to attend.' ,w( -wi

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1 HERMEN RETURNS

iniWi, 111. (UPI) Police! TOKYO, (UPD Twenty-seven

ire fi p o I u 1 his town's hio ippanese fishermen seized by

Soviet pstrol boats a montn ago

Brsnslp' will quit berore n? run
fhro'i lir ent rr L'ni'ed N 'ons
Ay&i eirilin flig was found
nd?) morning from h
ia&pjtaj flagpole and a Peruvian
flag was ho'gied to the top at S
fancis Academ.FIag poles or
Other p-ivrte and public buildings

nave recenl. sported the flags o

Tunisa.

Denmjrk

Japan,

France and

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-eins detailed on Bovietrheld:
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were crewmtmbefs of three ves-

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Russian-held Kurile Islands
early In September and were
picked up by Soviet patrols.

Eisenhower Joins In Serenade
At His 68th Birthday Party.

WASHINGTON (UPI)-President
Eisenhower celebrated his Mth
birthdav anniversary yesterday

by joining lustily in a serenade to
his wife and calling on fellow Re

publicans 10 swamp me vtw

: V

crati at the polls next month.
The President, who said he waa
"feeling fine for tt," was in a
jaunty mood at a birthday break-

sit given for him and Mrs. ii

New, Elegant Store Opens Its Doors Today

,w;"y,..w:.(MV '

senhower by 600 Republican cam

paign worker!

hotel.

DO JlepUDI
at a big

downtown

A new store, Jhe 'tMa rlt
Dsivid," waa Inaugurated today
In the Vallarino Building at
Justo Aroaemena Avenue and
82nd Btreet. Thia new atore. a
symbol of elegance, la owned
by Anita and frank Oatrander.
Tt. hat been decorated with ex

quisitely gpod taste, giving it a

touch 01 v extraordinary wwu-

alveness.
The extremely modern man

ner of displaying their fine

merchandise, nas open aesmn aesmn-ed
ed aesmn-ed to offer greater facilities to
the public, both from a visual
point of view a well as that
of greater ease in buying the
articles w.bLch thf ouatomer
wants, Marls David .jloeciallzes
In fine articles for etntlemen
and distinguished ladies. In ad addition,
dition, addition, it offera vou a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful assortment of exclusive gift
Items.
k In the three ohotos, we nre-

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We can tlRpUJfffJM jpronnetprs,
Anita and Franis- Ostrander,
well-known nd esteemed ele ele-nnts
nnts ele-nnts of o"r social set, Tn the
Dth"' twA n'lure. we offer the
iron's sfct'nn and another view
of thr store.

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hpVed rnle are rre-
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v-ioh nd cot A firm bsklne
snoles. Pare them 13 the wv
r"'"i. 'trHn nt ttem end. Thia
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Cntnh;n 1 tpasnoon vanilla ex ex-frci
frci ex-frci with -4 run mincemeat.
Plcc ? tahlfsnoons of the mix mix-tir"
tir" mix-tir" in center of each anple. Plnce
"f'ed nnle in shallow bakin1!

dish and pour over syrup made
bv boilln" 3-4 cup sugar with 1
cun water.
Covei- apnles with .foil, hake In
preheated moderate (350 degree)
nve- 25 minute. Remove cover
and hake 25 minutes longer or un until
til until ann'en are tender, banting oft often
en often with sugar syrup in pan.

He jointed with gusto when the

assemblage 'serenaded the first
lady with "Let Me Call You
Sweetheart." Then switching to
the role of GOP leader, he told
the Republicans they had no rea reason
son reason to be pessimistic about the

outcome of the Nov. 4 congres

sional lections.
"Whst is there except hostile

propaganda tn make us discour

aged? he ssked.
He called for a chain letter,

campaign and personal telephone
calls to get out the GOP vote.

Following ms own aavice, no
picked up a telephone at his ban banquet
quet banquet table and called Mrs. James
W. Khalaf Jr., s dentist's wife
of Maplewood, N.J.

He told Mrs. Khalaf he hoped

there woule be two million phone
calls in New Jersey, Mrs. Khalaf
told him there would be three mil

lion. "You raised me, out of the

pot, the President replied, em

ploying a poker term that con

fused Mrs. Khalaf until he ex explained
plained explained It.

The .President tow tne wur

campaign workers the nation
faced a choice in the elections be

tween "sane, sound government"

under the Republicans and "radi

cal government under the Demo

crats. He cautioned the GOP

against family fights and said the

party should' "put behind all

memory of past Quarrels because

"they are not Important."

The president paused in nis
birthday celebration to join many
officials of his administration and
the diplomatic corps at St. Mat Matthew's
thew's Matthew's Cathedral in a pontifical
requiem mass for the late Pope
Plus XII.
His busy schedule also included
several official visitors and a fam family
ily family dinner at the White House,
The dsy also included a sur surprise;
prise; surprise; musical salute by the Army

Dana ann cnorus, wnicn was ar arrayed
rayed arrayed before the south portico of
the White House in dress blue un uniforms
iforms uniforms when1 the President and
Mrs. Eisenhower left for the GOP
breakfast.
Despite three illnessei In threa
years, the President moved with
zest through his rigoroue birthday
schedule. As he began his 69th
year his physicians regsrded his
health as more than satlsfsctory,
all things considered.
Since Eisenhower is on a low low-calory
calory low-calory diet as a result of his heart
attack, the birthday "cake" at the
GOP breakfast consisted of a
three-tiered arrangement of flow flowers.
ers. flowers. With the cake was a huge
birthday rdJsig4 by aufldred
f -GOP workers in -every tate.
He said his administration had
made "remarkable progress" to toward
ward toward fiscal responsibility but that
the recession, defense require requirements
ments requirements and spending, programs ap approved
proved approved by Congress had created
another large deficit.
Although permanent peace has
not been achieved, he said, there
has been no shooting.
He declared that this record
should make Republicans confident.

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PANAMA

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Freeze, Turkey Trot
Find Popularity
At Dance Jamboree

The silver and gold danc jam jamboree
boree jamboree held Saturday evening at
the American Legion Club at Fort
Amador ran the gamut in dance
technique and wtyles. The young youngsters
sters youngsters danced to various rhythms

from the newest novelty dances,
the hand jive and the freeze, to
the more sedate :nd dignified La
Varsouvianns.
Judges had difficulty naming a
winner In the intermediate jitter jitterbug
bug jitterbug contest, and finally annour annour-ed
ed annour-ed a tie between Sheila Holcroft
and Andrew Hiley, Janice Wil Wilson
son Wilson and John Bundy. Both cou couples
ples couples were awarded silver trophies.
For their ability in interpreting
another intermediate jit t e r b u g
dance, Linda Cash and Danny A A-leman
leman A-leman won silver trophle. Latin
or gold trophy winners were Su
Su Shlatter and Rex Chase. They
were chosen the best all-around
dancers In the five most popular
Latin rhytmi.
The mother and son, father and
daughter contest was a high spot
of the evening, with Caot. and
Mrs. Charles 8. Kade taking the
prize for the event. Sheila Hol Holcroft
croft Holcroft and Andrey Hinley made a
hit with their Interpretation of the
turkey trot, and Tommie Rettle
and Stephen Hume were apnlauded
for dancing the chicken. The lat latter
ter latter couple was awarded medal
for second place honors in the in intermediate
termediate intermediate jitterbug contest,
During the evening, Harnett and
Dunn introduced one of their p'l
vat bslj-oom routines, the slicker
fox trot, which has proved o

popular since its introduction to
the Ststes last vear. A priae was
given Dennis Hale for guessing
fh three magic words, l e t n

ballroom dancing."
The judgei for the Jamboree in
eluded Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenne

dy from Fort Kobbe and Joe

Revnolds of Balboa.

The Harnett and Dunn atudnta
will be featured in a television
show over CFN-TV next Tuesday

evening at 7:30.
CAMIMAMAN KIUIP
NEW YORK (UPI) Roy Ed

wards, ?, a veteran nevvsreel
c:unvaman was killed ver nv

wlrtm the Helicopter he was riding
m a picture job crashed in the
Hudson R!vr, The pilot of the

craft, William Schoomaker. 37, of
Trumbu'l, Conn., was missing and

i presumed dead.

AT TUC DLTFDTinM khot,( half-hitch,; perhaps?) Is tied at last and the bridal party poses with well
Al InC KClCrJIUN wishers at the reception. Jn the front row, from left,; are Mrs. Viola Hirn, Mrs. Betty

O. Hagan, Mrs. Ann Wilson, Mrs. Franoes BePger, and Mrs. Terry Tl-askVln the back row, from left, are Mrs. Nancy
Williams, Mrs. Kay Klllip, Mrs. Felice Cardwell, Mrs. Audrey Barsi, Mrs. Dotty Foster and Mrs. Virginia Craig.

(Army Photo by Jack Button)

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Climbed To New
Heights, FFA Told

KANSAS CITY. Mo. (UPI)

Successful fsrmers climbed to

new heights because of a well-

blanned educational program

ased on individual needs, l.QDO
Future Farmers of America

were told today.

FFA F.xeruHvii Secretary Wil-

iarrt Paul Grsv of Washington

nraised the organitatlon at its

hist convention for "hard-hitting

rural leadership In an exceedingly

complex society ana agriculture.

The week-long convention began

Mondav and closes Saturday nWbr

to the famolls livestock and horse

show at Kansas City.

"The knowledge and abilities

used bv today's succesa'uj farmer

Piave been obtained through a

vell-nlanned educational urogram

based on the needs of the indi

vidual, Cray said.

"The fact that farm production

has incre.-x-e' over 30 nor cent

since the FFA was organized of-

ers amole proof that oil"- mem

bers are not only learning to pro-

-"toe ferm commortitMs e'n-

dently, but they are becoming

-roHcient in nrpanlrlng nd f f-irdinating
irdinating f-irdinating their entire farm Into

s wHl-orr.M iM sWllfuuy

managed farm business,"

Sturt Umh tit Hamilton. M.Y.-.

won the SMft-f'rst nrlze in finals

it the FAA-n'Mi1 nubile tek

ng contest. His tonic was Farm

cnoneratives in the chanting, ag

ricultural picture."

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(ndu'trnlist KdfjBr Kaiser, pres.
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Hi .400,000. was built under In India's
dia's India's second 5-year plan. Its daily

'Atea cenaftty is l.flso molten
tons of steel.

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Tin Parrama Marlin Club announces plans for the

seventh annual Marlin Tournament. The tournament will
open at 12 noon, Nov. 8, and continue through 5 p.m.,
Now 16. The Governor of the Canal Zone's permanent

trophy will be at stake, as
For oight days, sport fisher fisherman
man fisherman of Panama and the Canal
Zone roam the waters o Pa Panama
nama Panama Bay in quest of Marlin, Sail Sail-fish,
fish, Sail-fish, Dolphin and other big game
fish. The fisting area will include
the entire Panama Bay area and
SO toiler south of a line from Pi Pi-nag
nag Pi-nag to Cape Mala.
Details for the November tour tournament
nament tournament are being arranged by a
committee of Marlin Club mem members.
bers. members. These plants will be publish published
ed published at aoon as completed. There
have been som': merchants prizes
donated locally and also from the
U. S. Fishing line has been donat donated
ed donated by Cape Cod Line Co. and al also
so also Ashaway Fishing Line Co. These
two companies have products that
are consistently used by Panama
Marlin Club members, and have
been found to be very satisfactory.
In addition there will be cash
p-izes from a fund created from
the $15.00 fee which will be charg charged
ed charged to each participant.
This year the rendezvous a a-reat
reat a-reat will be located at Coco
Point Anchorage, (St. Elmo Bay)
and Pinas Bay Anchoragt. There
will be provisions made for fuel
and ice at both places. Register Registered
ed Registered scales will be at both pieces.
Thar will bp aDoroximately 25
boats making the ttrtp to Cocos and
Pinas Bay for the tournament. Co Co-cos
cos Co-cos Point is located approximate
ly 70 mues from BaiDoa, ana. is
considered one of the most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful island anchorages in Panama
Bal. Pinas Bay is located appro approximately
ximately approximately 130 miles form Balbna.
and is one of the most beautiful
spots of the whole Panama const const-line
line const-line
Entrance fee for all participants
will be $15.00 and must be paid
no later than 5:00 p.m., Novem-
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ber 6th. These fees will be used
entirely for iropines, prizes and
tournament expenses.
The contest will start at 12:00
noon, Nov. a, ana end at 5:00 p.m
day 16. Fishing hours on the first
day will be from 1200 hours to
l.iuO nuuis, ami thereafter from
OuOo to 1700 hours through the
las day. Any fish hooked before
1700 hours will be eligible regard
.c-ss oi time landed. No fish hook
ed alter 1700 hours or before 0600
hours wiill De eligible for compe
tition except fish caught in the
anchorages.
AH fish eligible for competi competition
tion competition must be caught on rod end
reel and must conform to IGFA
and Panama Marlin Club rules.
All fish ether than marlin must
be caught on 10-pound test line
or below.
All entries must be weighed on
beam scales registered with the
Panama Marlift Club. All fish will
be judged as weighed. In all ties,
the prizes will, be divided accord
ing to the number of entries tied.
No released fish will be consider considered
ed considered for any prize.
Official scales; will be provided
by the tournament committee at
both of the rendezvous anchor anchorages.
ages. anchorages. All fish weighed must be
witnessed by a Panama Marlin
Olub member, or an appointed
weighniaoler.
The Board of Judges of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Marlin Club will render all
decisions in regard to catches and
prizes, and any conclusions reach reached
ed reached by them will be final.
On the first night of the tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, no contestants shall anchor
fur'her south than Cocos Point.
The tournament committee is
composed of the following mem members
bers members of the Panama Marlin Club;
Bill Ad?ms. chairman. Frank Vio Violet!,
let!, Violet!, Robert Adams, Woody Post,
C. WriaWtMikWrightliifjJSimza)
R. Krziza, H. Burchett, L. Bur-
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In 2nd School
Football Game
The second game of the Canal
Zone Interschoiastic Footba I
League will take place this Fri Friday
day Friday night in Balboa Stadium when
the Balboa High School gridders
meet the Junior College Green De Devils.
vils. Devils. This will bethe Bulldogs first
league action and they will be go going
ing going all out 10 start the interscho
iastic season on the right foot. The
big question is whether tne uuu uuu-digs
digs uuu-digs -will be atee to bounce back
after the 7-0 defeat, suffered at the
hands of the Athletic Club last
. Balboa outlined and outfirgt
downed tbe Bams but were inef;
fective inside the ten yard line.
In fact, 4 times the Balboa grid gridders
ders gridders failed miserably when in scor scoring
ing scoring position. If this carries over
to this week's game, the Junior
College eleven could give the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs a shocking surprise. ...
The J. C, Green Devils lacked,
a scoring punch In their game with
Cristobal High School but looked
strong and determined defensively.
If they improve during the week,
Balboa could have a very rough
Friday evening.
The return of Charlie French to
full duty and a few offensive
changes should give the Bulldogs
the ground and air striking power
necessary to down the Junior Col College
lege College Green Devils.
GUN r- UB
NOTES
POLICE GUN CLUB SHOOT
The .38 caliber revoiveir shoot shooters
ers shooters of the Balboa Gun Club and
the Canal Zone police met Saiur Saiur-day,
day, Saiur-day, October 11, 1958, at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Police Range in the Gavilan
Ar68
This proved to be an interesting
match with only 42 points separt-
ine the winnins iun uiuu team
from the losing Police team. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gun Club came out on top
with a total score of 1,485, tne po
lice had a total score oi i,m.
Top shooter was Sid Hayes of
the Balboa Police, with the out
standing scare of 198 out oi a pos
sible 200, follwed by a. Buxton
with 196 for the Gun Club.
Police Team
S. Hayes
I. McKee v
C. Priest
E. Husum
D. Howerth
198
,193
.184
178
177
175
174
164
R. Mills
M. LeVee
G. Harris
Totals
1443
Gun Club Team
Buston
Casper
Mcllvaine
Bass
B.
T.
C.
196
195
193
193
180
179
179
170
1485
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N. Fabrega
W. Lucas .,
A.
J.
Turner -7'
Beyers 1 v
Totals
TO MATCH MARTINEZ
NEWARK, N. J. CUPD Pro Promoter
moter Promoter Willie Gilzenberg announ announ-ppA
ppA announ-ppA tndav he will match welter
weight contender Vnc Martinez'
for a November fight witn euner
Stefan Redl or Art Aragon.
generous in offering prises, ere
expected to offer many priies a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. Among the prizes already
offered cs one by The Panama A
merican to help start the ba"
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CONDOTERRO This handsome tworyear-old chestnut colt by
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recently bought In Chile by track manager Pablo A. Thayer
that will be auctioned at the President Remon racetrack aoon.
Interested parties may contact manager Thayer at Telephone
Panama 3-7200.

Duren Apologizes To Ump;
Crandall Angry About Fine
Levied On Brave Players

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) Ryne
Duren apologized to umpire
Charley Berry today and said
he'll "filadly" pay a $250 fine but
Del Crandall angirily insisted it
was "unfair" to fine 22 Braves'
players $50 apiece because of a
World Series leak.
The fines were imposed by
Commissioner Ford Frick. Duren
drew his for a "choke-up" gesture
directed by Berry during the aixth
game of the series while the 22
Milwaukee players ware hit for
disclosing how they had voted to
divide their series money.
Duren had said 'afteir the sith
game he didn't remember making
the derisive choke up sign at
Berry and he repeated that as assertion
sertion assertion at his San Antonio, Tex.,
home Monday night.
"They told me I put my hand
to my throat when I was arguing
with Berry but I honestly don't
remember doing it," said the
bespectacled Yankee relief ace.
"If I did do it, then I certainly
am sorry it happened and I want
to apologize sincerely to Charley
Berry.. I'm not angry about the
fine. I'll pay it gladly with ihe
biggest smile you pver saw. Thi
has been my happiest season 3D
baseball. Nothing can mar it.
No Hard Footings
"Nobody likes to lose $250, but
if X did sometbSiig wrong then I
guess I deserv to pay it. I have
no hard feelings agains anyone.
The incident for which Duren
was fined occurred in the last
half of the 10th inning during the
sixth series game played in Milr
waukee. the Yankees were
ahead, 4-2, and the count was S-and-2
on Johnny Logan wjien
Duren threw a fast ball which
Berry called "ball four."
Duren stormed off the mound
shouting at the umpire. On his
way back to the rubber, he turned
in Berry's direction and put his
hand on his neck, implying the
umpire had "choked up" because
he did not have the courage to
call a close third strike againsi
a Milwaukee prayer betore a
partisan Braves' crowd.
Berry did not, see Duren's ges gesture
ture gesture himself because his vision
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William Conrod
"THE RIDE BACK"
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"THIS IS RUSSIA"
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"JOHNNY TROUBLE"

was obscured by Yankee catcher
iogx Berra, but two other um umpires,
pires, umpires, who were not identified,

aid and urged Betrry to report A
10 the commissioner.
Berry did so and Duren re received
ceived received official notification of the
tine at San Antonio Monday. The
fine will be deducted from
Duren's winning World Series
share which should come to ap approximately
proximately approximately $8,700.
Altough the Yankee pitcher
took the fine with a smile, Cran Crandall
dall Crandall didn't.
"Not Fair," Crandall Says
"We're being made the goats."
said the Milwaukee team captain
when informed that he along with
21 other Braves' players were
being assessed $50 each.
"It's not quite fair," Crandall
added. "That information could
have come from other sources.
Lots of people knew about the
split. Other members of the or organization
ganization organization could have been'
guilty."
Charlies Segar,- secretary-treasurer
of baseball, announced the
fines for Frick. He said Mil
waukee v players did the same
thing last year and had been
reprimanded.
' The players 'fihej,; were Hank
Aaron, Joe Adcock, Bill Bruton,
Bob Buhl, Lew ; Burdette, Gene
Cohley, Wes Covihgton, Crandall,
Hanry Hanebrink, Joey Jayt John
Logan, Felix -Mantilla, Ed (Mat (Mathews,
hews, (Mathews, Don McMahon, Andy Paf Paf-ko,v$el
ko,v$el Paf-ko,v$el Rice, Humberto Robinson,
Bob Rush, -Red Schoendienst,
Warren Spahn, .'Frank Torre and
Bob Trowbridge.'
Tommy Davis
Of LSU Named
Back Of Week
ATLANTA (UPI) Fullback
Tommy Davis of Louisiana State,
an ex-Gl who starred for the Ben Bengals
gals Bengals back in 1953 and returned to
action this season after a. four-
year layoff, was named today as
the Southeastern conference nacK
of the" week by United Press
International
Davis, a 23-year-old, 200-pound
junior rom Shreveport, La., came
into Friday night's game with
Miami as a substitute but out
shone Ms better-known backfield
colleagues, running, pass-receiv-
m and punting LUS in a 41-0
rout.
Davis scored 15 points. He
scared one touchdown on a four four-yard
yard four-yard pass play and ran another
across fipm tht Miami seven. In
the Davis ro'e in the LSU run
away. Throughout, the game he
was 'he high ground gainer, when
yardaga was needed, His punting
average was a fine 41.3.
The lineman of the week award
was made to guard Zeke Smith of
Auburn. 210-Dound junior who
jammed -the middle in Auburn's
8-0 win over Kentucky, amine vn
the scoring 5 by tailing Kentucky's
Calvin Bird in he end zone on a
punt return for two points.
Other backs nominated were
quarterbacks Lloyd Nix of ; Au Auburn,!
burn,! Auburn,! Chaflie Bri't of Georgia,
Jimmy Dunn of "Floi'lda and. Bob Bobby
by Bobby Franklin of Mississippi and
halfback Frank Nix of Georgia
Tech..
Qther linemen nominated were
iackU;Bob Kbayat of Mississippi,
centers Maxle Bauchan of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech and Max Fucler of Lou
isiana ,S' ale, and end Don ;FlomJ

ing of Florida.

NEW YORK (UPI) Bob Turley,
the New York Yankees' World Se Se-riei
riei Se-riei pitching" hero, was the only
unanimous choice i today on the

United" Press international's 1958
American League All-Star team.
1 The 1 bullet-throwing 28-year-old
right-hander.'1 s a 21-came winner
during 1 the season and the Yan
kees' Winning '-pitcher in the de decisive
cisive decisive seventh gams of the World
Series.-; wasi named by all 24 of
the American' Leaeue baseball
writers, three from each city, who
comprised the UPI Board of Ex-
pert.'-
Third-baseman Frank Malzone
of the Boston Red' .Sox was the
next most popular Vote-getter with
23 votes; xtus lone .other- ballot be being
ing being cast for- handyman Vic Power
of the Cleveland Indians., Power
war name th team's, first base
man with. total of nine votes.
The remainder of the team was
comprised of catcher Sherman
Lollar, second-baseman Nelson
Fox and shortstop Luis Aparaicio,
all of the Chicaeo White Sox:
pitcher Billy 'Pierce, also of the
wmte Sox. and outfielders Mickey
Mantle of the Yankees, Bob Cerv
of the Kansas City Athletics and
Jackie Jensen of the Red Sox.
American Leaeue batting cham
pion Ted, Williams was the most
notable absentee from the team.
The 40-year-old Williams won his
sixra crown witn a .328 mark
but he did not hit well until the
closing Weeks of the season when
the Red Sox were hopelessly out
of the race. Cerv's slugeine made
tne Atnienes an early-season sur
prise and Jensen's hitting was
more valuable to the Red Sox
than Williams' for the first three-
quarters of the campaign.
Here's How They Rate
The position-by-position break breakdown
down breakdown of the team:
Catcher Sherman Lollar. White
Sox: rated the best low-ball catch catcher
er catcher in' baseball, Lollar hit .273 and
drove in 84 runs in 127 games. A
34 year old native' of Durham,
Ark.; he is given much credit for
the excellent showing: of White
Sox pitchers.
Firstfbaseman' Vie Power, Indians:-'.
bad-ball, spray-hittine ex-
Yankee. farm hand,ihit .312, drove
in d runs ana naa 184 hits.
Second baseman Nelson Fox.
White Sox: hit an even .300, with
187 hits and played his usual fight fighting,
ing, fighting, hustling same in 'Muti field.
He is. considered smm of the
league's-! ;"r.e;ally -feig(playBsj$ v
Shortstop Luis Aparicio, ; White
Sox: easily the top defensive
shortstop in the league, 24-year-old
native of Maracaibo. Venezuela,
hit .266 and knocked in 40 runs.
Third baseman Frank Malzone
Red Sox: developed into one of
league's top stars, Steady defen
sively, he hit .295 and drove in 86
runs.
Mickey Still at Top
Outfielder Bob Cerv. Athletics:
early ."- season batting sensation,
ex-Yankee finished with .305 aver
age 104 runs tatted in and 38
homers. Did mpre to keep interest
in Kansas City than perhaps any.
other player.
Outfielder Mickey Mantle, Yan Yankees:,
kees:, Yankees:, led league with 42 homers
despite relatively "tame" .304 bat batting
ting batting average this year. Always a
long-ball threat, he was still
"Mr. Big" to the worjd champ-
pions.
Outfielder Jackie Jensen, Ked
Sox: another ex-Yankee, Jensen
hit .280, walloped 35 homers and
drove in 122 runs in fine effort to
keep Red Sox in the race. 1
Pitcher Bob Turley, Yankees:
compiled 21-7 record and pitched
six shutouts to lead Yankee staff
that wrecked league. Hurled 245
innings.
Billy Pierce, White Sox: had 17 17-11
11 17-11 record and 2.68 earned run av average
erage average in gutty effort to keep White
Sox in race.
OYSTER BOWL BOUND
NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) Navy
will play in the annual "Oyster
Bowl" shrine game at NoHolk
through 1962. Navy meets Tulane
in the bowl encounter this Satur
day and faces Syracuse next
year. Future opponents will be
announced at a later date.
TV-BOUT SCHEDULED
.SAN FRANCISCO (UPl)-Joey
uiaraeuo ana spider webn will
meet in a nationally V televised
lu-rounn oout at the Cow Pa ace.
Nov. 19, promoter' Benny Ford
announced today.
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Only fivr .tWratfrimte ;riW:if rix monthiaet last year.

been entered for the $10,00fi add added
ed added Nov. 3 Panama Indeoendenae
Day Classic,- What tne field lacks
m numbers wiU.be- made up in
classy competitors. The quintet in includes:
cludes: includes: Perdulaiio, Informal,' San San-tillan,
tillan, San-tillan, Ariequin v and Quidico.
Santillan is a hlack five-vear-old
full brother to. SemlDleno.: fbv
Sind out Of Lansresl hirt ii. -mrtre
highly rated than PerdulariuV- iri
ms nauye Argentina. Santillan will
race in an entrv with Stud Lbs
Siete's Perdulairlo'.He arrived
from Buenos Aires in excellen
shape Sunday morning.
Arlequin recently won his last
race et the Club Hipko de Chi Chile
le Chile in Santiago under a back back-crushing
crushing back-crushing impost of 132 pounds,
Quidico, also from Chile, is art art-other
other art-other top class performer from
Santiago.
... oOo
Speaking of recent arrivals.
eight more Chilean thoroughbreds
from the group bought in,. Chile
by track manager,Pablo A. (Pa (Pa-pi)
pi) (Pa-pi) Thayer flew in to the Tpcu-
men airpori fiaturaay. .. ;
iney are: v
Plucky, three-vear-old bav fillv
Dy Atgnan jti-fiucicy t uieppe.
Monitor (ex-Morondo), four-year
old brown colt by Country Life Life-Manaos.
Manaos. Life-Manaos. Mondesir, four-year-old brown;
colt by Holmbush-Mucha Labia.
Granadero, (ex-Uratau). three
year-old brown colt by Hombush
urpua.
Arctic Princess, four-yearf- old
cnestnut fiuy by Le Tellier-Arti-
mafia II. J: :- ;
Artigas, five-year-old bay horse
Dy Treble Xrown-Neighr.., w
Qiiien Sera, two-year-old chest
nut filly by Cpmodor-Quien Sabe.
Carlyie, five-year old chestnut
horse by Boato-Mansita..
oOo ,,
The stiffest suspension meted
out to a rider, ever the weekend
was an eight-meet penalty to A A-mado
mado A-mado Credidio for crossing pen
Crau- (Guillerme Sanches) with
Golden Wonder in Saturday's
eighth race.
: Jockey Francisco Justiniani was
fined $10 for falsely .accusing Ama-
ao ureaiaio (Mayirota) anft
nanHn Aluonov IVilm. P' kf
oposspg him ; whejhJooXb 'Xfiff
Vito in Sunday's ,thir,d race.
xramer. Jose y. Mendoza netted
$10 fine also for. -sending Jipl
japa la'e to the receiying r barn
before Sunday's fifth race,
Juan Olea, Julio Verne s train
er, got a $5 fine for not using the
proper colors on his horse. Julio
Verne participated in Sunday's
12th race.
Aberargie and Grand Finish
were set down for 15 days each
by the official veterinarian: Radi Radical
cal Radical got 20 days enforced vacation
also. All three animals were
found to be lame after perform
ing poctiy in their respective rac races.
es. races. oOo
Hard-riding Brautio Baeza's six
winner's over the last weekend
now give him a total rof 194 win winners
ners winners for this year and. 102 k tri triumphs
umphs triumphs for the second semester
alone. He needs only four morr
to break his own mark of 105 wins

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- Among Baexe's be.tev ridef
was his losing mount en Perdu.
larlo. This elessy but probably ...
; overrated router, ence more : ...
shjgglsji in th first quarter f
a seven furlong race, was elev.
rly rated in hand gntU he hit ,w
.his best stria) and r came on t
when put. t a drive hut iust
-ouW net weer down the win.
'j!r., ." s
Perdiflario, which weighed 81T
pounds for hit debut and had ner
e( smce registeredjless than 92
pounds on the scale. was down to t
914 pounds for last Sunday's fea feature.
ture. feature. He was also running his see
ond race -Within eight days for,i
the first time aince arriving on
the Isthmus. ;
Foe some strange reason, Per.
dulario has never shown speed -'
coining out of the seven- furlong;
ehute. He lost his first race in Pa, .-.
napa over-seven furlongs when t1
he wound up third behind Infor-V
mad and Quickie after trailing a
part of the race,
.Only, last; week, W notoriously
slow-sUrtineT Michiripa outsprinted
Mm for the first quarter of anoth another
er another even furlong, race before h
finally, went on. to, score easar- in
therrelativr poor time of, 1:25
4-5. : -;
Yt. because the norse was a
gain Iwaten "fair and square"
by Informal for a second time.
many so-called 'knowing horsemen
are blaming his defeat on Baeza.
Most of them claim that Baeza
made his M too late. They could
Be .Tight but first they, must sup.
ply 'proof that Perdulaiio, has e- .
pough, speed leaving the seven-furt
long chute to have been cIo?er to
the pace, than he was.
In fact, it is the opinion of thla
writer that Perdularfo came with."
in a whiskerr of winning, only be because
cause because of the brilliant ride given
him by Braulio undoubtedly ; th
best jockey out at the President
Reojon track" and a rider who' ;
can, seldom beHbame4 when he,
loses.,,,,. lf; ,.;sn; ; .,, Z,
oOo
Local racing folk ere still
mourning the passing of Carlo
Ri.Chichi), Biezveteran Panama- ;
nian horseman .who died sudden-

AJunnuiu:aHa ,wno ,ws.!., oeioyeq
py turfites,, rich and poof ; alik?,
flew the job of Assistant to the Re-
mon racetrack paddock Judge up,
to tfio time of his; death.
The veteran .owner and trainer
ifi his day. imported;, and handled
such former cracks -,a.i, St. "Sul "Sul-pi;er
pi;er "Sul-pi;er Guzmancito, Confetti and
Pretal and once took former
Juan Franco, track, champion Ta
mesis and Confetti for a fling at
racing in Mexico and California.
Recently Mr. Diez began im-
porting hores for sale in Pan Pan-ma.
ma. Pan-ma. from England and; Ireland,
Among his imports are the good
racers Bright Spur and Depend Dependable,
able, Dependable, .( ,i; 1
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PAGE NINE

Paraiso Sports Army, Navy, Texas Take

BfeatfiersfTHis Weekend

Paralse High Bays and Girl
Ceo Fifth ana Sixth Titles -'

y Youngsim in .school circles and

towniolk were juouani rnaay au au-i
i au-i erncon followine the In et schools

voLeyball contests, which -featured
uns fronK"tb, local educat co

al institution anq tnose auenawu

the' Rainbow City High scnooi.

- The day's aciivlties were the
fourtn meetings of. the teams in
the 1958 campaign, which saw toe
Paraiso male team clinching the
championship while the girls,' who
hau copped' difcr atleed ifleTweeK
! before, spanked their rivals foe the

: fourth, consecutive wne.
" The Psotfic Side- girls displayed
vast superiority over their Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side counterparts-.f wipnmg.au
teir games in easy fashioa while
he bays dropped thei- third meet meeting
ing meeting to Rainbow OHy. However, Fri Friday
day Friday thev- were very' sharp tn toe
first and third -ganie -of thet-set,
taking theitf 154 Ml- ' V
Standard-bearers for-theiParair
so female aggregation were Dolo Dolores
res Dolores Peterkin, Agnes Blades, 2ura
Everseley,' Jeanette Fytfe, mi
; ma Daniels' Joyce Holiness, Vifc
ma Allenaaa Norma Allen.
Paraiso's male squad boasts such
aggressive stalwarts at the as John
Bogan, Elvaiardo Baptiste, Fre Frederick
derick Frederick McKeniie. Ruthwin Samuels,
and Robert Pate. This group group-worked'
worked' group-worked' nicley. displaying the abi abi-lty
lty abi-lty tofighi through the, hard spots
when the chips --wer 'down. Their
success this, year -maintains a
five-year wedominancet over the
Atlantic Side -opposition. ....

Along THe Fairways

Tit FOR MiDXLIST Jti
WOMEN'S FORT AMAbQR ;
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
Cpnr e Bisnop and ithel JPeran JPeran-tie
tie JPeran-tie tied at gross 84s for the medal medalist
ist medalist spot in Uit qualifying founds of
the"! Women's ;Fort Amador :OIub
Championship tournamen just
completed over the week-end., Con Con-n
n Con-n and Ethel will battle off the;
tie next week. .
Sixteen women qualified and will
began first round play this wetk.
If a match cannoi be, arranged,
tee-bff time will, be 9:00 a.m. on
Sunday, first rounds to be com completed
pleted completed by Sunday,' Oct. 19.
The losers of their flrsf round
matches wiil drop to a consolida consolidation
tion consolidation flight and play matches nsing
3-4 difference in handicaps., Ethel

Perantie announces that hfe- rofeei
t 4.1.1. rti.fs..;,t 'Koi

lor uua tuiioymv"1'" iiiKiifc tt-i-ax wv
of 'equal value W those in the first
f'ht so they will really be worth'
shooting for. ,
However? arif jst round default
will disqualify 'fifiayer for a oo oo-s'tion
s'tion oo-s'tion in thl fryisolatidn flight. The
play for the'conwla'ion fight wilt'
extend one additional week; over,

The

Connie Bishop11 vs Be v. Dilf er

Pearl Trim1 vs Jwan suinvan
Ethel Perah ie Vs He!en Owens
Helen Stemoel v Eve Wirigljt
First Flight
Betty HennSm v Bobbie Hughes
Bea Clineiy vs Marion Mallory
B. J. NeWon vs Mary Ausnehm Ausnehm-er
er Ausnehm-er Lorraftie Spencer vs Eve Mon Mon-teath
teath Mon-teath For any fur'her questions pleare
check with Ethel PeranO'e, tourna
ment chairmaji:

. a

- By JOE SARCIS

Army, Navy and Texas, the big

guns on.tne couege too Da i scene,
take breathers this week, while
the teams they licked last Satur Saturday
day Saturday try toyregroup for a return
o the front ranks.
Coach. Earl (Red) Blaik's well well-drilled
drilled well-drilled Cardes.'wiUi Pete Dawkius
and Bob Anderson carrying the
colors; comp,leey bottled up No Notre
tre Notre Dame's .offense and flashed

just enough attack of their own
to gain a 14 2 win over the third third-ranked
ranked third-ranked Iris before a capacity

travtfr et 80.564 at South Bend,

Ind. WW cacue isroeiaiz rapwiy
Jelling Midshipmen weren't quite
ss Impressive, they1 still had
enough fe-jower to' scuttle 12th
ankedu Michiganf 1 20-14, at Ann
Arbor. If let."

V Texas, (Jiough, went : them one

DeMer Dy nanaing econu-ran.eu
Oklahoma', tBe na?m's most suc

cessful team in the last rave years,

an tfnihnrrassins 15-14. defeat be

fore libmetown crowd of 75,504

' he Cot or Bowl.- I
The wins were No. 3 for both
rmy and Navy 'and No. 4 for

Texas.'

Auburn Beats Kentucky
While Armv. Navv and Texas

were enhancing their records; top-

ranked Auburn and fifth-ranked
Ohfr Sae foud the going a b'
rough, bu' managettto keep the"'r
records clean. Ths Tiaers didn't
score until the final period in run-

une the'r victory string to 17

naiiis wiin an o-u uecisiun uvrr
Kentucky. wh''e he Buckeyes, tb

defending national champions, had

ail they could do in handing Il

linois a 19 13 defeat in the nation-

aly-.eleV.6ed'gnwi ;
With Notre Dame and Oklahoma
defeated among the. top -five and

A u b ut n running into trounle

against lesser lights, the national
rankings are sure to undergo a
radical shakeup his week, r And
don't be too surprised if Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin (3-0), perhaps the bes. team
in the Midwest, moves into he

top five along with Army. Auburn,

Ohio State ana Micnigan suie.
Badgers Crush Purdue
The Badgers, unleashing a fluid
attack, buried-previously unscored
on Purdue, 31-6, and appear cer cer-iam
iam cer-iam to improve on their six 'fa 'fa-place
place 'fa-place ranking. They play Iowa
(2-0-1) next. Mkhf'gan State,, seventh-ranked,
regained a little of
tht prestige it lost in playing
Michigan to 12-12 tie by defeat defeating
ing defeating eight-ranked Pit sburgh, 22-8.
J?CU (3-1) routed Texas Tech,
26-0: Cle niton, on the fringe of the
top 10, enhanced its chances with
a 12-7 win over Vanderbilt; Stan Stanford
ford Stanford scored its first win of the
season "y upsetting Washington,
22-12; Waihiag'on state shutout
Idaho, 8-0; the fledgling Air Force
Academy buried Colorado State.
36-6; Texas A&M didn't waste the
trip to Maryland by handing the
Terrapins a 14-10 defeat; Georgia
Tech keot rallini by beating Ten

nessee. 21-7: N"-hwetern eeed

Big Ten rival Minnesota, 7-3; Call

forma evened Its record a a-a nv
defeating Idaho, 36-21; and Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Won on'y dts second game in
two seasons and first under Coach
Buff D"'U, 13-0, over Ivy League
rival, Yale.

SKINS BOLSTER DEFENSE
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Wahing'on Redskins have added
linebackers Charles Brueckmin
of' Pittsburgh and defensive half halfback
back halfback Les Walters of Perin State
in an effort 'to bolster a sagging
de"nse. The 'Wnsalfo aked
waivers on halfback Mike Som Som-mer
mer Som-mer and linebacker Tom Braa z.
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by
JOE WILLIAMS

MILWAUKEE The Yankees

had dropped two of the last three

World Series,' which is quite a oit
over par for them, and now they
apparently were in the process of
winning one they'd have to apolo apologize
gize apologize for.1 it-xi
If thisshappened it would mean
a loss'in prestige? but eVen worse,
the'enllsment of many new con converts
verts converts to the not altogether, parti parti-siah
siah parti-siah insistence that the Yankees

had" nothing; to beat in their own

league, an therefore are wiaeiy

line and Torre came in for it. On

this play it is standard operation

for' the second baseman to cover

first, and the Braves' Red Schoen Schoen-dient
dient Schoen-dient was there.
Burdette had also moved toward

first and when Torre saw him on

the run he confusedly half pushed,
half tossed the ball in the startled
pitcher's direction. Everybody wis
safe, with Berra advancing to

third.

rtiar fn"M'Iftit .ni'fHhw line aaT"-Deiore,-ior is4,uir

. iuhi llinat'. bv the NL1' chamDions. had

VliaiMHIWIIOHIK I

enabled the1' Yankees to even' this

Series. It was ft 10-inning game
which the veteran Warren Spahn
left fis-was entitlted to win in re regulation
gulation regulation time.,
Nov but here lii a romantic ge ge-mutlichkeitville
mutlichkeitville ge-mutlichkeitville in unseasonably
summery sunshine yesterday, two
gift runs had given them an early
lead and as this, the seventh and
final game rolled routinely on, it
began to look as if the New York Yorkers
ers Yorkers would back into the champion championship.
ship. championship. Incredibly, Frank Torre, Braves'
first baseman loused up ridiculous ridiculously
ly ridiculously simple plays on two successive
runners. It was from this cheap
and tatterecTmaterial that the two
quick, effortless runs were fash fashioned.''
ioned.'' fashioned.'' Lew Burdette had walked Yogi
Berra to start the second. Elston
Howard bunted down the first-base

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On the vecjionext runner, on the

yery same type play, -Torre wts
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except that this time he didn't

seem to want to let' the bail go
at all, whereas, the other time he

hadn t been able to become disas

sociated with it quicklv enough.
When things like this happen

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it's now simply a question of how
and when. The first portentious
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geous to the Yankee cause,

Gremhmsra manifests itself in
conventional manual patterns. A

mysterious origin and savage flair

tor mocKery are its distinguishing
and devastating characteristics.

The Braves had. been doing all
right with Andy Pafko in center

Held the day before. But Pafko is
a show-moving antique, so Haney
replaced him with the younger.

fleeter Bruton. .and in a matter
of seconds the game was as good

as lost.
Torre is the team's best field-

ing first baseman and the Braves

manager nad to be comforted by
this knowledge when he wit him

in the lineup. Then, in two fast
nlays, Torre has all but ruined

them.

It wasn't until after two were out
.in the eighth that the Yankees

managed to invest Jheir nroduct

ive energies with validity and res-

nectability. In a swift, slashinf

thrust they crushed Brudette for
the second time in the Series.
This was a familiar, traditional
Yankee explosion, a double, two
solid singles, then Bill Skowron's
thunderous walloo out of the bark.
If they had anything to apoloeize
for now, it was that they waited
so lone to turn on the power, .
and pick up the swag. ; p
Weinersehnatml n Seeend
. When the Yankees took the field,
after the big eighth they were lead leading,
ing, leading, 6-2, and everybody in the sta sta-dium
dium sta-dium knew thev had wonv their
18th championship.
One of the native welnershnlt welnershnlt-zels
zels welnershnlt-zels was for conceding then and'

there. An anonymous get in brown,
he foamed suddenly out of. the
right stands, charged diagonally
across the field, and, possibly ful fulfilling
filling fulfilling a long cherished .dream to
participate in a World Series, Slid
sofily into second base.'
Although the park coppers took
a sternly contrary view the uni unidentified
dentified unidentified exhibitionist clearly-had
the right idea. It was indeed time
to go home. Once again time time-tested
tested time-tested formula had produced for
the Yankees the long ball and first
class reserves. They hit 10 homers
to the Braves three and while. they
got only one complete game out
of their pitching, their extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary depth actually made this of
little consequence. -, ;,

By TREVOR SIMONS

v An enlightened Tiger eleven,
nore aware now of the tremeih

dous task that faces them in this

if Canal. Zone Football leaeue.

will play hosts tomorrow night to

one ot rne most powerful Athletic

Club grid squads ever put togethJ

er on we iiionu s. un we

strength of what has already tax tax-on
on tax-on nlace in the only a week ; old

football race, the A.C. must be
rated ss overwhelming favorites
to notch their second consecutive

victory.
"The Bulldogs from Balboa High.:

winners of the 1958 Jamboree and
defending champs of 1957, fell vic victim
tim victim t the Athletic Club less than
week ago by a 7 to. 0 count.
Cristobal, favored to too the sup

posedly outclassed Jr. Colleae ele

ven, Jiad to settle for a cnre!ess
tie in., their encounter last Friday
nipht-at Balboa. ?

Bob Morris, the A.C.'s bifc full-

back who showed little in the

Jamboree., came' back with a ven

geance against his old Alma Ma

ter. Balboa, and was the driving

force in the first Athletic Clu b
victory of the season. Morris will
be the boy Cristobal will have to
halt if they care to plan on- a vic

tory against A.C. tomorrow night.

What makes Morris doubly effec

tive is the fact that no one can

afford to overlook the rest of the

A.C. backfield; for too much con

centration on Morris could result
in the. striking force of two of the

fastest backs in the business, Joe
Cicero and Carl Tuttle, coming

into action. And don t overlook

the fact either that Jack Corrigan

throws a long and an accurate

pass an can choose from anions

no less than four capable receiv
er.

The Tigers suffered a slightly

damaging mow when In Sanders

injured wrist turned up swollen
and painful after the Junior Col

lege contest last Friday night.

The Cristobal center suffered the
injury in the first quarter of that

game, but stayed around to play
some good defensive ball for the

rest of the night. The Tigers too

are capable of a larger variety of

plays than that used against J.C.
and can be expected to put some

to the rest of fire against the Ath

letic Club tomorrow night.

Among the experts the Athletic

Club should score a 2 touchdown

victory1 over the Tigers tomorrow

nieht. But the football takes tun

ny bounces,, and not until four

quarters nave Deen compiteo win

anyone be able to tell for sure If

the faster, better trained Tigers

will be able to score ft victory 0-

rer their older, more experienced,
competition. Game time is set at

7 o'clock with popular prices pre

vailing.

DISABLED LIST CROW S
NEW:.'YOB.K"'(UPlWi- 111 L.
Brackett. a. tackle. hs joined a

erowine list of disabled New York

Giant football players. Brackett,

who fullered a muscular Hemor

rhage in his right calf Sunday

against Washington, joins line

backer Harland Svare, tackle

Roosevelt Grier and guard Jack
Stroud on the sidelines.

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Fraley Takes One Last Look
At .Overlooked Series Records

Dave Slme

CLOCK TO-SOCK Dave Sime laces his football shoes for
another, workout with the Duke football squad. The holder of
world records in the sprints will be hard to catch as an end.

'WW

Ores

LATIN AMERICAN
SCHOOL BOWLING LEAGUE
This week finds Gulfpride at the

head of the pack by virtue of tak

ing all 4 points from Marlboro 2
weeks ago. Last week they re

peated the feat by taking 4 points

from La Mascota.

Trevino led the Oil Men with a

427 series, and the new addition

to the team, Segura, bowled a 411.
-La Mascpta, after receiving
that subtle .message from Sam
Freidman, decided to keep their
shirts and 2 weeks ago they swept
all 4 points from Mercurio, but
last week Gulfpride was too much
for them. La Grange rolled a 409
and Crespin a 387.
After a defeat handed them by
La Mascota, Mercurio was all fir-

Led-up last wek. and took 4 pewits

from National Radio. Hernandez

Was good with a 473 series and
so was Garcia with a 426, for the
Jewelers. The National Radionn
were short 2 players and were
never able to make up the difer
ence. The best scores were turned
in by Hervey 424 and Hodge 377.
Marlboro, having been in first

place for a spell, is having, a

temporary slump. 'Last weeK iney
losi in ijoinis lu voiKswagen. 'ims
team seems to be on the way up.

senia nau a good series, rolled a

503. Borreeo is improving ai a

good id le ne had a iU. rne strong

men for Marlboro were Tayioi

wuu a 480 series ana Montoya K.

with a 419.

c-erveza Balboa took advantage

of the circumstances and took 3

points from crawioid Agencies

who also had to play with a 2

man Handicap. Jiven uien the 'Cer

veceros"had to buckle down with
Buricnalter roiling a 445 and Herr Herrmann
mann Herrmann (alias "El Che") a 443.
Crawford Agencies put up a
courageous fight to take one point,
with Miranda turning in a 356
series, and Larrazabal a 324.)
Teams Stand ng W L
1 Gulpride 29 11

2 Mercurio Jewelers 25 )t

3 Marlboro 23 V4 16Vi

4 Cerveza Balboa 22 18
5 Crawford Agencies 20 20

6 Volkswagen 14V4 25Vi

7 National Radio 14 26
8 La Mascota 12 28

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By OSCAR f RALEY
NEW YORK (CPJ Taking
one las. I00& itHne' World'' Sent
before switching rom bunts lo
puns, it seems wormy today' 10
pay awed tnbu.e to the records
wnich were overlooked in cleaning
up the late and Milwaukee la
mented classic.
The.faithiul diamond s atistici atistici-ans
ans atistici-ans did a fine job for, k seemed,
there was haruly a man at Oat

or a putou. wnicn didn t con-

tribu e some new mark which

won't be broken until next year.
They were sur ounded by moie

records than there were Indians

around Custer at the Little Big

Horn.

The result was the same a
massacre.
Hardly a page in the books

escaped mu'ilation and yet, de

spite the probing o; the fine

print, there were, some marks

wnich escaped detection and some
bright, equally worthwhile and
his ory making records which
were overlooked.
A Final Fillip
To let these vanish without
their just reeogni ion would be
not only unfair but downright ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. However, you don't get
off that easy. So, as a final fillip
I give you some mire "mosts"

in the "mostest" World Series of

them all:
Most ghost writers impaled until
they were pale and actually on
the verge of becoming ghosts, 7
game series (13).
Most trips to the bank with
World S i e s loot, lifetime,
Frankie Crosetti (18).
Mos1 actors f-om he commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's office, 4,-5, 6 and 7 game
series (2).
Most fans rescued from light
tower by firemen, 7 game series
(1).
Most red haired second base basemen
men basemen n-med Schoendienst singling
in third iniing, third same (1).
Most times word "comeback"
used in dese-ibing final game, 7

game series (total still being

added ).
Most.'imes pi cher named Rush
made all three ass'sts in third
inning of third game (1).

Missti Special Bus

-

i

Most timis Mrs. Lew Rurdpth1 1

missed special bus to Yahgaeil
Stadium (1). T
Most times met Mrs. Lew Bur Bur-'eUe
'eUe Bur-'eUe in subway en rnutp tn

ifanku Stadium (1).
Most times kicked water cooler
in disjjusi, seventh game, Mickey
Mantle (4). r4
Most times Mrs. F ed Haney1
caught foul ball in lap, seven" M

games series

Most times weather man foulext'

up in forecast, seven gam'
series (7).
Most ho' dogs consumed by a.
former undefeated heavyweight 'e
champion of the world one game,.,

.ocKy Aiarciano u).

Most tree peanu s consumed in

press box, first, second,
and seventh games, 7
series (136,178).

a

Most times
with all this
ness. 4, 5. 6

Fearless
11.)

glad to be
silly record

or 7 game

xtfi

game

done
busi-

senes.

Fraley (once, and for

Whatever
Happened to .

JOCK HUTCHISON SR. :
Jock Hutchison was one of the'
great names in golf for more than

40 years. His greatest triumphs

came in the early 1920's but- he
was a famil ar figure for decades
at all major tournaments and hi 7
wit was resoee'ed as cotnple ely
as his golf. Jock won the national
PGA title in 1920 and followed 'he
next year by winning the Batten
Open. He never won the U. S.
open title and thus each year had
to play in nualievin" tr'ls fo tHe
annual championship. He usually

q u a 1 1 1 e d even when ne was
past 60. y
Whatever happened to Jock
Hutchison? Now 64. he is living
in retirement at the Glen View

Club, Golf, 111.

in

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news and entertainment
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ball football squad has 'been under Head
Coach Ben Schwar.'zwalder aince
his high school days.

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Shrapnal'i furnishad homat,
Santa Clara Baaeh. Call Balboa
1772.
Balawin'i furnitnai apartmanra
at Santa Blara Beach. Talephona
Smith, Balbaa S681.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT:-t-Twa room offiea
auita. 4 mJ arailabla imma imma-diataly
diataly imma-diataly in th Panama Iniuranea
Co. bldj. aefOM from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioninf,
lactricity, alavator, janitor and
nifht watchman tarvice, drink drink-int
int drink-int fountain, rostroomf. Coffaa
tt.oa in bulldinf. Sao or phono
Mri. Mary Coleman at tha Pa Panama
nama Panama Iniuranea Co. 3-01 36.
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ple Ample parkins apace. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rentt. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuni echool.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tel.
2-3436.
Large apace with drive in door,
auitable for (hop or storage. Alio
large office ipace or bachelor
apartment at TI-132, 4th of
July Avenue. Inquire, janitor or
phone Hopkiiii, Balboa 2966.
QUINTS FOR GUPPY
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPI) -Mrs.
Dtrii Lemble had a baby,
her fourth daughter, and then she
bad quintuplets. The multiple birth
was that of a guppy, sent to her
as a hospital gift.
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AUTOMATIC IRONS
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weight, all chrome finish, fabric indicator, magic eye.
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MR produced dry irons and steamdry irons. Come and
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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 Mercade
Vasco from S to p.m.

FOR RENT: Campo Alegre one
bedroom apartment furnished
with new furniture in brand new
house, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartament, -aaar El-Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, maid's room with bathroom,
ternca, hot water, $ 1 00.00. Call
3-3421,
FOR RENT-r Large ntw apert apert-ment
ment apert-ment .Hhroe' .badroom, two sarv sarv-icos,
icos, sarv-icos, hot 'watery inside wash tubs,
etc. Reasonable 'price, can be
seen from 9 to 4 daily at Mexico
Avenue No. 69, near Maria In In-maculada
maculada In-maculada Collage.
FOR RENT: Campo Alere, in
brand new house, furnished one
bedroom apartment, new furni furni-ture,
ture, furni-ture, call 3-1789,
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YOftK, Oct. 15 (UPI)
Heavy trading continued, on the
stock market today. Prices moved
narrowly with the early changes
balancing-ftf gains and, losses,;,.
OvernigHt .rderspHed up on the
buy and sell' sides and specialists
had little difficulty matching these
at openings that involved blocks
ranging upward from 1,000 shares
Wall Street experts said the list
behaved very well yesterday
when prices fell on volume of 5
110,000 shares on tickers as much
as IS minutes late, the latest since
Feb.- 29, 1956, the day President
Eisenhower decided, to run for
second term.
The industrial average lost more
than 4 points yesterday but that
was only a tiny, bit more than ths
of one per cent.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1958 Buick 4 door
hardtop,, white over black, dyna dyna-flow,
flow, dyna-flow, ww tires, radio, custom
trim, rear seat speaker, dull ex exhaust,
haust, exhaust, electric antenna, lack up
lights. Used 5000 miles by lack
Weir. Price $3500.00 duty paid.
Smoot b Parades.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
power steering, dynaflow, radio,
w.s.w. Owner driver, $1500.00,
$500.00 down. See at Household
Exchange 41, Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: 6 passenger Dodge
station wagon 1956, 31,000
miles, perfect condition, most
reasonable price. To be inspected
National Electric Center, 31 Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Row, f ren 1 0 to 12 and
2 to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Panel.
Model F-l 6 cylinder, duty paid,
in excellent condition. Phone 3 3-7607,
7607, 3-7607, Panama.
New Boite Holds
arty For Press
Tomorrow At 5
A pre-inauguration party will be
given tomorrow lor the press by
the owner of, the new Kent boite.
which will be officially opened on
triday, on street.,
Artist from the Atlantic side
participat'ng on rhe inaugural
show are vocalists Shirley Stewart
the Four Links, Sir Panama; Le-
roy Feurtado, trick skater and or organist
ganist organist Carol Greaves.
The press party, whiclt will' last
fon an hoyr and a half, will get
underway at 5 p.m.
PACIFIC BOWLING WORLD
PACIFIC, fct- AGUE. AT
CLAYTON
Teams W L
Luekv Dreamers 15 9
Broadsides 1
10
10
12
12
13
J3
One Eye Open 14
Gutter Gals 12
Alley Cats
The Roses n
Martians 1J
Roautips 1 7
17
Lucky Droamors 2 Gurtr Gals 2
While the Luckv Dreamers were
dreaming the Gutter Gals snatch snatched
ed snatched the first -two games. But the
popup IpaAefs-came out .of tneir
slumber in time and spahked the
Gutter Gals unmercifully ana
gained an even split, thus protect-
ins their leaeue letoersnip. mi
of the damsels in tne ranits oi me
0 . 1 At
T.nrkv Dreamers improved their
average. Eva Lee lined 3JS, Anna
Passon, 527, Jean rrencn siu,
Nnreen Jones 512 and Ann Hill
505. Fnr the GG s Kay C al DO I
cached 518. Marg WUburn brougnt
in 558 and Leone Stecklcr 561.
Broadsides 3 Martians 1
While these pinstresses were not
settinc anv outstanding scores
they did have a lively nip and
tuck battle. The nrst game was
settled bv the Broadsides by 20
Dirts. The second stanza resulted
in the Martian Maidens copping
it bv 23 sticks. The last game was
also close, when the Broadsides
snneaked through by 17 SUCKS
The TP marker went to me
Broads by 14 maples. Only one
fair ladv was admitted into the
500 society, Betty McCloud tallied
524 for the winners.
One Eve Open 3 Roses 1
The Roses were early bloomers
when they buest into the winners
circle in the first game. But then
trip One Eve Onen opened up and
wrapped the next three points, all
bv close margins. Each side had
four dames attired in high scoring
toes. Roses had Dolores Castro
531. Fran Holtsiander nwa uoi
ChadHorton 504 and Wally Morean
502. The One Eye Open opposition
offered Marcella .lurker with 529,
Louise Broadhurst 517, Pnscilla
Read MO end Vi Wolitarskv 548.
Allev Cats 4 Beaut as 0
Alley Cats or better known by
a more a enmea name oi reime
Femmes. messed up the Beavties
The Allev Cats team was the only
outfit to take all four points, ana
thev put themselves into conten
tion for the Crown of the Lofie
and Do nut League, being only
four points out of first place
trio of the pussycats, purred over
their scores. Mary Lund szz, ton
me Reichert mo, ana Margaret
Hicks 543. Only Beauty on the

.wanted by American company.

Must peak and writs English and Spanish fluently.:
Musi cs able handle all accounting matters in Pan Panama
ama Panama Mail application to Box 1682, Panama. Indicate

experience and salary

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
v Urbanisation, across tha Ramon
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 Diax to Tocu Tocu-men
men Tocu-men highway. Wonderful com commercial
mercial commercial conditions. Easy pay pay-.
. pay-. imnt. Telephone 2-1312.
V'-FOR SALE: Westwood farm,
' .' 4 :,'ltiles beyond Arraijan, well
Improved, modern duplex, loss
" than cost.
Alfamira Club
Make Over Bar
For Halloween Hop
With the date for Club Alta Alta-mira's
mira's Alta-mira's ""Halloween Hop" just a
few days ptf members of the club
are ironihe' ou last minute de
tails for their last fund-raising act
ivity on Saturday.
The rendeivouz will be the Bal Bal-neano
neano Bal-neano Balboa in Juan Diaz, and
in addition to the arrangements
made for special prices, the
club's will take over the operation
of the bar for the nigh' with 'Titi
Gray as chief bartender.
The dance will begin at 9 p.m,
and run untill 5 a.m. with Maestro
Willie Mon and his "Super" or
chestra in charge of the music,
Special Moating Thursday
A special meeting of the club
will be held tomorrow at 8 p.m.
beam
wag Thelma Russell with,
517.
DIABLO BUSINESS WOMEN'S
LEAGUE
Teams W L
Rudesheims 16
Shoppers
12
10
10
8
Balboa Beer
Buyers-
Mountain uewn fv..
Glidden Paint'fv
5
Rudesheims 3 Glidden Pains 1
The Glidden Paints stopped the
high stepping Rudesheim s con
traotorettes. The stoppage did not
last long 'because Rafter the first
game -the Rudesheims took com
mand of the next three points
Two of the Glidden Paints who
tried to smear the Rudesheim
chances of winning were Reggie
Schmidt and Lil Gunn with 510
and 502 hdep series. For the gal
contractors, Murrel Mitchinson

was in the 5C class with 510J,

and her other gals were not too
far behind. Next week the Rudei
sheims will meet the Shoppers
who are on a winning spree and in
second place.
Buyers 2 Mountain Dow 2
The lady representatives of the
National Distillers, Mountain
Dews dropped the first game to
the Shoppers by three pins. To
make matters worse they were
the losers in the next try by two
pins. After such thriller dillers,
the Mountain Dews poured it all
over the Buyers by 79 pins and
this gave them an even snlit.
Babs Marohl and Fran Dunt)
joined ranks for the Liquor Ladies
with 504 and 527. The only buyer
that could by a 5C series was
Vireinia Nessler with 539.
Shopoert 4 Balboa Boorottos B
The Balboa Beerettes ran into
aT bunch of Shoppers that are
naking their bid to close the gap
between the league leaders and
rest of -the league. Vi Rudy s 517
scratch and 580 handicap on one
end, Marge Hick's 537 nadicaos at
the other end, sandwiching Helen
Glud's 516 handicap proved a
meddlesome trio as far as the
Balboa Beerettes were concerned.
Even the other two lassies Im
proved their averages. For
George Dilfer's favorite bowling
team, two bowlerettes made the
honor roll with Bernir-p Rnhorts.
chalking up 501 and BJ Nelson
545.
The league secretary, Betty
Brown was released from the Gor-
?as Hospital, but it wil' be wwks
before she is able to throw that
bowling ball.
desired,
Enclose
photo.

Home Articles

FOR SALE Diningroom, suite
maple, 3 piece, call Curundu
83-2101. V
FOR SALE: Small llvine, room,
set, 4 pieces, green plastic cover covering,
ing, covering, dining room set, 8 pieces,
made by Cowes, and one vanity.
Practically new. Phono Panama
3-1589
FOR SALE:Tr-9 cubic foot West West-inghouso
inghouso West-inghouso porcelain refrigerator
with new unit.: Call after 4:30
p.m: 2-J388ft''.
ROR SALE;-r-G.I. full automatic
washing machine sealed, new,
original cost : $450.00, reason reasonable
able reasonable offer will be accepted. Call
Tel. 2-3805.
FOR SALE: Gas stove, good
condition, phono Panama 3-5079.
WANTED
. Wanted smooth tiros, suitable for
reconstruction. Reconstructer.
National. Peru Avenue 7.
Phono -2-0406.
Resident Manager wishes to ren
modern chalet or apartment, resi residential
dential residential -area, 2-3 bedroom, un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, lawn, etc., or partially
furnished, call during office hour:
3.6631 fr 87838..
WANTEDH-Threo or fou bed,
room house with two bathrooms
maid's quarters and yard. Tel.
4-0769.
1955 Mercury hardtop conver convertible
tible convertible with Canal Zona registra registration
tion registration available, near Boston, Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts to any Canal Zone
employe going on leave. Use of
car may be had for the cost of
car's transportation back to Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, TeL Balboa 2-2919.
WANTED: Cylinder block -and
manifold for Continental M6330
gasoline engine. Phone Gamboa,
6-186 6-185.
Moving to Other side. Wish em employment
ployment employment for my maid. Excellent
laundress, ironer, honest, cheer cheerful,
ful, cheerful, willing, good with children.
Balboa 2387. ...
at the French Society hall. Be
cause of the many pressing mat
ters on the agenda, members, are
urged to be present on time.
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; girl's bicycla,
fair condition; Sandali 81 -bats
accordion with case, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. House 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE Carnal hair coat
younoT ladies' r boys, $25.00.
5727-D, Diablo.
FOR: SALE: Westinghouso re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 9 cu.fr. new 60 cycle
motor sixty dollars. Panama 3 3-0941.
0941. 3-0941. A ,vv
FOR SALE: Complete set of
Louver's (16) for 1 duplex
apartment, 1512-A Akoo St.
Balboa, telephone 2-4344.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
Tha largest and finest assortment
with Views of Panama and the
Canal Zone, with Greetings in
English and Spanish and several
languages.
Wholesale and Retail Cards
from 5e. to-25e. We have been
supplying Panama and the Canal
Zone for over 25 years with these
popular Cards and new views and
designs Ovary' year.
f O T O; FLATAU
f A H A M A
Vis Porras 95 Tel. Panama1
3-0618
Rotary To Hold
BusinessMeeting
Tomorrow At 12-30
Members of the Panama" Rota Rotary
ry Rotary Club will devote their Thiirs.
day luncheon session this week to
special Dusiness mee.ing.
Club president John Mavi win
conduct ths session and has urged
all members to be present to give
full consideration' to the matters
at hand.
The meeting will begin prompt promptly
ly promptly at 12:30 p.m. in the Bella Vista
room of Hotel El Panama Hilton.

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A CERTIFICATE OF RETIREMENT Is presented to Joshua Mason by Coh Walter A. Kneyse,
uSARCARlfi SienaL Officer. In a ceremony In the Signal Office. Mason, who lives in Panama

City, is retiring after 24 years

the Signal Supply Depot lor the past lew years. From ieiv are
Wertz. Mason and Capt., Henry G. Smart. (Army Photo) v- ?

h s 'JJLL. ;i 111., iz." 'nJi I;
f7 y?mM .,. :V m '. Lirlli ymiy j S 0 s 4. 7T

HUBERT J. JORDAN. 23. takes

Jtl UJS. Army Caribbean adjutant general,durlns; a ceremony held last week In the Adjutant
General's office, Fort Amador. Looking on Is the hew Inductee's mother;. Mrs.. L, 8. Weller, 'Ci
vilian employe .in the Adjutant General's; office1 and a resident jof Curunflu;' Hubert Is a grad-
uate of Balboa High School, and the Lihdsey Hopkins Trade School. Miami, where he studied ta
become a dental technician, the work he honeS to follow in "the Army. For the past year ha

..has worked as a clerk In the

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also trick skis, now condition.
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complete, 2-1569, Balboa.
srlermi poster, call phono 2-
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In Atlanta's Jewish Temple Bombing
)rA ATLANTA, Oct. 15 (UPI) Acrlppled talesmari-who kept penciled drawings of
Nazi Swastika and anti-Semitic literature Jrtas.bn booked for suspicion in the
'ombing' of the Jewish temple her, polic f rcof d'cHsclosed today.
IP Wallace H. Allen, 32, identified as being one of five men who attended a strategy
ilfsliori last May 5 for the bombing, Wain jail. He denied he was implicated in the
teShday blasting of the temple. '
-i. In their roundup of suspects, Atlanta deteptives also found a crude letter threat-
ng Atlanta? Jewish Community with "a terrifying experience."
' Allen was held for suspicion of violating section 26-2306 of the state code, a
taw that .could bring 20 years in prison or possibly execution for bombing buildings
itFlm city limits. ; ;
M Four other persons were under arrest for suspicion of vagrancy in the temple

bombing.

W K. Perry, C. J. i building located in the rooming
id' m' W. Blackwell house section of the highly indus indus-liied
liied indus-liied Allen's home in i -rialized central Illinois city of

' Detectives
Etrirtlanri and
.;a ihu vHiitH Allen's
the Atlanta north side and tound
iktiska drawings and anti sem sem-ifie
ifie sem-ifie 'literature.
lf it's the bombing you re in in-irested
irested in-irested in, 1 don't know anything
Jjbout it," the balding Allen told
lolice. "I've never even seen a
tick of dynamite."
Detective Capt. R. E. Little dis disclosed
closed disclosed discovery of the threat letter-warning
of "a terrifying ex experience"
perience" experience" against the Jewish
commun'iy. It was written prior to
the ,temple bombing, Little said.
One ot the suspects be.ng new
MS a woman. ...
. Dtetivts, working fast to
tlose out east htro, wtro
also trying to dotormino how
much It was titd in with a
Urgo-seiU, inttrslato optration
f anti-tomitism and torronsm.
' Police said little else about the
progress of their investigation.
But it was known that inquiry
was -spreading to other Southern
Cities auch as Birmingham, where
iii unnamed suspect said the dyna dynamiter
miter dynamiter who set off the A 1 1 1 a n t a
bombing came from anH to Har Harlan,
lan, Harlan, Ky., where the TNT was
acquired.
There was no immediate infor information
mation information either on the results of lab
tets of debris at the scene of the
bombing. ... ...
Blackwell aid tho sospaet told
O small but wtll oroamitd
anUemitic group at work in tht
Sooth. Hj said this group was ra ra-.sponsibl
.sponsibl ra-.sponsibl for the A.lanta job.
The suspect said most large
tMib in the South have a few
members, in mosi cases u
i;tandful in a town."
The suspect said the personally
wsi not on the Atlanta blast, al although
though although he attended the May 5
stTJrtegy session here. He was not
felted other meetings, he said,
because he objected to such vio violence
lence violence as dynamiting.
All authorities belwve that th
wave of tou ttern synagogue and
Ntgro' church bombings has
boon an interstate conspracy.
-MaiHvhile in Peroria, 111., FEI
knU worked along with state
and eity police in an all-out searc
foi th pulnrits who dynamited a
Jewish synagogue in that city yes
terday.
.Pplice officials and religious
leaders, including the rabbi of the
bombed synagogue, believed mat
the Jjombing of the Atlanta temple
probably inspired some twisted
mentality to attempt the same
desecation in Peoria.
Illinois Gov. William Stratton
and practically ovary civic and
religious leadar in Ptroia ox ox-i
i ox-i pre sad revulsion at tha bomb bomb-JrHCf
JrHCf bomb-JrHCf tn A'h,i Em,,h Ttmplo
andpladgad an unrcltnting hunt
farthest rtsponsibilt.
T'The bomb was a home made
tffair consisting of black powder
uffed into a two-foot metal pipe,
with a wire fuse.
i It went off with a muffled roar
eirrly in the morning in the base base-Went
Went base-Went stairwell Of the synagogue,
"a5wo-story red brick and stone
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Faubus Reveals M oney Coming In
For Private, Segregated Schools

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Oct. 15
(UPI) Gov. Orval E. Fabus said
today that $5000 in contributions
for private, segregated nign scnooi
classes in Little Rock has arriv arrived
ed arrived at his office and the executive
mansion.
The $5000, Faubu? said, did not
include contributions that were
sent to the First National Bank,
where contributors were asked to
send their money.
But he said the bank's trust of officer
ficer officer had to ask for help to open
the letters and count the contribu
tions. There was no indication
whit was received at the bank.
Faubus received reporters for a
few minutes after handing out
prizes in a hula hoop contest. He
declined to try out a poop nimseu.
W. C. Brashtars, supenntand supenntand-ant
ant supenntand-ant of tha Prlvati School Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, said, ha doesn't know
whan privata classas will open
in privata quarttrs,. hasn't hr'r hr'r-od
od hr'r-od any ttachars and can't say
how big an enroll mtnt ht will
havt.
"I wouldn't forecast the o o-pening
pening o-pening at all" he said. "It will
he when. I get the teachers ready.
They are are our main problem.
"We can't give the teachers
contracts until we know how ma many
ny many students we will have."
When asked how many students
hp expected to have, he said:
"Well, we are hoping to handle
all that report."
In any cast, there was no
chance that tht Privata School
Corporation will got classes
startad before a hearing in
Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals in St. Louis on tht ques question
tion question of leasing tht clostd hiqh
schools for operation as privatt,
segregated schools.
That was the original plan of
the Private School Corporation
and of Faubus.
But the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo People
ple People asked for an injunction to pre
vent the transfer of the1 schools
from the school board the corpor corporation.
ation. corporation. A temporary restraining prder
now prevents the transfer and the
court will hear arguments for a
permanent injunction.
Some authorities believed that
the court may use the hearing for
a review of Faubus antnntegra-
tion legislation, including the law
under which he closed the schools.
If tht court should declare
the law unconstitutional Faubus
would havt no legal ground to
keep tht schools clostd and
thty presumably would reopen,
breaking a deadlock now in its
seventh week.
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windows and scorched the walls.
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filed a brief with the court yes yesterday
terday yesterday saying the Private School
Corporation should be made a
party to the action.
The NAACP's action is directed
against the school board, which
contends that it really is "neu "neutral."
tral." "neutral." The NAACP is appealing from
U.S. District Judge John E. Mil Miller's
ler's Miller's refusal to rule in the case
on the ground that it involved the
constitutionality of Faubus anti-in-teeration
laws.
He said it takes a three man
court to rule on questions of con
stitutionality.
NEW MANAGER Ralph R.
Heber. above, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed by Hilton Hotels In International
ternational International as the new general
manager of Hotel El Panama
Hilton, to replace Pierre Jaw Jaw-uillard,
uillard, Jaw-uillard, who leaves to take
over at the Castellana Hilton
in Madrid, Spain. Reber, a
Swiss, has several years of ex experience
perience experience in Europe, North and
South America and the Orient
and speaks nine languages.
Before coming here he served
.as project manager of the Nile
Hilton Hotel in Cairo, Egypt.

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NEWSREEL CONTAINING? INFORMATION ON
LIFE AND DEATH OF POPE PIUS XU

Years of rocket research, testing, building, 'iue 'iue-cesses
cesses 'iue-cesses and failure and great expense will pre
cede the building of any permanent manned space
station on the scale envisioned above. But If meia
feel compelled to explore the Moon and: planets
at first hand, currently available meant of pro
pulsion (liquid or possibly solid-fuel rockets) re
quire that some sort of orbiting station be built,
although not necessarily this large and compli
cated.
Today's fuels are not sufficiently powerful to
propel man-carrying vehicle from the surface
f the Earth, land it on another member of the

Armenian Cardinal Favored
If New Pope Is Non-Italian

VATICAN CITY, Oct. 15 (UPD (UPD-Speculation
Speculation (UPD-Speculation hardened today that
Gregory Peter XV Cardinal Aga Aga-gianian
gianian Aga-gianian 63, an Armenian, would
be the next Pope if the Sacred
College of Cardinals breaks with
400-year-old tradition and selects
ka non-nanan.
Generally the speculation rem remained
ained remained wide open .with the Italian
press naming first ne cardinal
ana anoiner uesyn a ad
monition by the Vatican cuy
newspaper Osservatore Romano.
The plpction comes ten days
from now in the Sistine Chapel of
St. Peter's.
Tht situation was far aitrtrtnr
than in 1939 when Eugtnio Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal Pactlli, the Vatican stcrt stcrt-tary
tary stcrt-tary of Cardinals named him a
20-hour session; tha. new con conclave
clave conclave may last for days.
Most students of Vatican affairs
agreed that Cardinal Agagianian,
15th Fatnarcn ot cicna ox me
menians. who was born in what is
now Soviet Armenia, was the most
outstanding non-walian candidate.
Although his origins were in the
NeAr East, most of his education
was obtained and much of his
adult life spent in the West.
He is one of the most ac accomplished
complished accomplished linguists in tht
Sacrad College, with a through throughout
out throughout knowledge of church and
world affairs.
Main Italian commentators be believed
lieved believed the name of Benedetto
Cardinal Aloisi Masella, 79, of Ita Italy,
ly, Italy, newly-elected camerlengo
(chamberlain) would figure pro
minently if an older candidate is
named. His election as camerlen camerlengo
go camerlengo was 'a mark of the esteem he
enjoys among fellow carainais.
Meanwhile funeral erv lets
for he latt pontiff continued in
St. Ptttr's Basilica in whose
grottoes Pius Xll buried on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Today was the fifth day of

the Novandialt, the nine days
of funeral rites offered a dtad
Popt.
On Sunday, last day of the No No-vendiali,
vendiali, No-vendiali, high-ranking government
envoys will attend a special cere ceremony
mony ceremony in Vatican City to pay
their government's retspects to the

late pontiff.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and former ambassador
M;rs. Clare Boothe Luce will re
present the United States.
Other ton foreign dignitaries in
clude French foreign m i ni s t e r
Maurice Couve de Murville and
West German foreign minister
Henrich Von Birentanano.
Weather Or Not
This weather renort for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of tne
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High .j.. 87 84
Low 73 76
HUMIDITY:
High ........ 99 97
Low 65 76
WIND:
(max. mphj N-12 NW-15
RAIN (inches) 1.23 2.24
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 84

BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, OCT. 19
High
5:52 a.m.
6:23 p.m.
Low
12:07 a.m.

solar system and return it" to Earth. New discor
enes in the field, however, could change that aiU
uatiojn completely., Kit v;
Yet whether or not It Is needed for trsvel ta
another planet science will want such a station
someday as an observatory free from atmos
pheric interference: a global weather plotter;
world-wide television, radio or telephone relay
center; a gravity-free' hospital where heart diseases
may be studied or unfiltered sun rays used in the
treatment of cancer.
Cutaway drawing sows'tome of the details of
a station built after the von Braun spinning wheel
concept. Af an altitude of 1,075 miles, it com
pletes one revolution, about the Earth every two

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Sa W I W I ta 4 I I II I V I I I I tVIIIIMW VIMI IVVI 41
In Announcement Regard ing) 'Pioneerl

WASHINGTON (UPI)- The De
fense Department and Air Force
admitted today they committed
what was probably a historic blun blunder
der blunder Saturday when they an
nounced that the "Pioneer" moon
rocket had escaped the pull of
earth's gravity.
About 90 minutes after the rock rocket
et rocket was launched from Cape Ca Canaveral,
naveral, Canaveral, Fla., and when it was
some 20,000 miles above the
earth's surface, a previously pre prepared
pared prepared press release was issued
proudly asserting that the lunar
probe rocket was "the first man
made object known to escape the
earth's gravitational field."
It was no such thing. And offi officials
cials officials acknowledged today it was
never intended to escape, from
gravity since it was headed for
the moon which itself is, within the
earth's etaviWtional influence.
The blooper was. .a sample of
difficulties encountered an nan
dling the sensational rocket
launching. Some reporters and
several officials considered that
information on the whole lunar
probe program could have been
handled better and faster.
For example, many rocket au
thorities suspected and probably
knew 24 hours before it was an
nounced that the Pioneer would
not go farther "than about 80,000
miles and that its speed was, a
few hundred miles an hour less
than intended. But the world Was
deprived of that information until
a 5 n.m. Sunday news con
ference at the National Academy
of Sciences here.
The rocket was launched at 4:42
a.m. Saturday: After mid
nieht that dav very little informa
tinn An its nosition or scientific
findings was released prior to the
Sunday news conference for wnicn
the data apparently was being
held back.
Asked for an explanation of the
blunder about escaping gravity,
the Pentagon said today its press

hours. Elevator and net ladder! center, lead from
central entrance and exit to the main sections.
Spinning ot the. rim provides artificial gravity.
t At left Is a communications room. At extreme
lower left, the Earth is studied on several viewing
screens showing details at various distances. 'Left
of center, astronomers study a distant galaxy. ;
. Alright of panel Moon rocket is In the final
etages-of assembly. .Because it will never enter
the atmosphere, this vehicle can be of lightweight,
wnstreamlined design. Crew quarters are contained
in sphere at topj Fuel, load It small, since its
orbital velocity will givt the Moon rocket "run "running
ning "running start'' to escape Earth's gravity
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release of Saturday "was techni
cally inaccurate in mat it was
never intended that Pidneer
should escape the earth's gravita
tional field completely.'
Mai. Gen. Donald N. Yates.
commander of the Atlantic mis
sile range at Cape Canaveral, s.d
Monday the mistake simply
"slipped by all of us.
"One thing is clear said Yates
who is rapidly becoming one of
the military services' better ex
perts In public relations: "Before
the next moon probe, those of us
charged with reporting out own
ODeration to the cress and Other
news media must familiarize our
selves with the' new terminology
of space flight.
Jimmy By rjieys
F. D. R. Promised
To Endorse Him
NEW YORK (UPI) Former
Secretary of State James F.
Byrnes says that Franklin D.
Roosevelt failed to keep a prom
lse to pick him as a running
mate in 1944.
Byrnes said the late president
backed down ori his Promise and
selected Harry S. Truman for the
vice presidential nomination be
cause I was unacceptable by
Sidney Hillman, the head of the
CIO Political Action Committee,
and to Boss Ed Flynn of the
Bronx." y
Before announcing his preferu
ence lor Truman, Byrnes said, m
a Look magazine article,- Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt told him: ""You are the best
qualified man in' the whole outfit
and you must not get out of the
race, if you stay in, you are sure
to win."
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1 sincerely note this slip will
be excused, nd, as such, that i
will not dull our honest appreciaf ;
tion of Ihe tremendous achieve
ments of tht Pioneer's flight," hC
aid.'.-fr',4.-- .-. f
Yates, whose statement Was Isf
sued through the Pentagon, sought
to take on a share of the blame
He said ; the offending pressvrej:
lease had been "thoroughly coor
dinated throughout : rocket. Ana
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The fact was, however, that ittl
formation on the lunar Probe wa
rather rigidly controlled fro
Washington. The mistake about ea
clping graviUtionSl cull could H
taken as an outerowtn At a state
meht: ini(le.14st Aug. S by Roy tV
Johnioni director ot the Pentae
gdn's advanced, research project!
agency.' '.-''.
Johnson aeld ail oblective of thi
Air ;Force junarvprobe would bat
"to Teach the escape velocity rroni
earth's gravitational field.' He re
ferred to the. "flight of the test
vehicle out of the earth's gravita
tional field and into space to sr
distance of perhaps 250,000 miles
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