The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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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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Panama -- Panama

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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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' For an hour last night,

' ama'k moat prominent and distinguished businessmen ori how to improve their busx"
nes'sesl ( NML r k.'Vvj ? ' f : "l-
' J., Branding himself an "ignorant ."expert, he lectured everyone from' pg producer
" Ao lettuce grower on the mechanics of their Job and told them- the .Canal Zone is a
, "gold mine" if they; are prepared to hustle: '.V 71 m .S h' t
J i They listened to his advice apparently attentively.-Few 'of his points! were dis
, H vyat speaking at the Panama, Chamber of Commerce' at a meeting following
! W a letter which Potter wrote to the Chamber telling them how to sell more In th
. Canal Zone ,' r ,. -
? He warned last .night: "I do hoi Tnten d 1n any way to batk up on the high stand

F irds which-in past years we
'Potter gave Panamanian pro-

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i -tential trade lor, them In the

" Zone
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RFEPt j'Tf l 'anbuV letter

beef in Australia' or New Zea-
land, frozen, cheaper and three
- grades higher than I can buy in
, the abbattolrr in Panama,- there
V Is something wrong. I have pt pt--
- pt-- lered to pay more ,forrhetter
grades of cattle in JanamA but
- in the past two years I have buc:
- ', ceeded in getting nothing.
" He 'said not more than 50 or
"fiO'head had been improved by
jpven one grade. J
He complainei particularly
- animals being badly treated b-
fore they reached the slaught slaught-erhourse
erhourse slaught-erhourse too any animals in
n truck, horns left on so that

v that carcasses were bruisea

. and punctured.,
" EGGS! Potter complimented
Panama's"gg producers. He said
the Zone had pent $98,000 this
' year on- Panamanian eggs be be-'
' be-' cause a itroup cT men had been
' willing to go out andvmeet tne
f- required standards. "; -.
; CHICKENS: He said there Is
' -terrific demand -for -chickens
in.W Zne but Panami .sells
none there because the required
' sanitary standards were not ob-
served. K
U CEMENT; The Zone buys Pan Pan--
- Pan-- "ama cement but they.. do.f not,
produce the right kind for. the
r ew Canal bridge. Arrangements
" Are being made to produce the
'Aight kind for salt-water, how
! ever'; and the Zone will buy It
COFFEE t .Much roffee is
t bought from other countries be be-'
' be-' cause "It is only right that we
. -should be able to- choose, the
' blends we want. It you can pro pro-r
r pro-r duce these kinds we' will. buy
, them too." v ;ie s ,'.f
;a coffee grower, in. the au au-Bience
Bience au-Bience assured Potter that Pan Pan-'
' Pan-' mi.' could novr produce the.
. blends required. '
VEGETABLES: Potter asked
for fresh vetables flown from
,, the, Interior, "'There Is a wealth
' cf money for anyone vnoh"
the foresight to do this" he said.
'We fly vegetables in from Cos Cos-4
4 Cos-4 ta Rica,' why hot from David?"
' ; i MlLKf .The Zone buys nearly
- ,r million pounds of dried milk
each year. He. had heard there
as a surplus of milk In Pana--
.,hi last year. "Why wasn't-thls
made into an acceptable dried
. iniilk product to -sell to us?" he
Mked. t! 1 v7 l
, rice: "4rWe wonCt buy-rtce in
, panam& because you wont pro pro-'
' pro-' cess it properly and If you won t,
' I won't feel obliged to buy only
J, in theUS. ; v

1 : Potter maae m crear inat ww
Canal Zone would continue to
buy competitively. ( 1

tt'Mie declared. -"But it is
( sure thlnr the market is yonrt,
if you take the required care
'. in production.",;
- 'Potter told his audience at the
beginning of 'his', address that
?i he was not there as the Gov?
ernor of the Canal Zone but as
14 businessman and 'the ,'presi-
dent of the Panama Canal Qpm-.
v .He claimed that the Zone had
don everything i that 'the '193$
Treaty reoulred, except to vacate
. the terminal' railway t stations
! e n d some properties in Coldn.
T The latter .delay was because
, transfer tiapersr had been with
1 the Government of Panama, for
, 'mnnths.:'''v-'i,-;vaH-.'''1,!'';'v
1 Potter said he! was 'disturbed,
that there, were some people, in-
' eluding some sections -fit, the
' Press who imagined ("there are
things in the1 4waty that f are
' Just not there. "There 'is noth noth-ini
ini noth-ini i in the treaty about paying
U.S. wages; to everyone1 he de-

I ."Wsires- in the Canst tone

are between ZOO and 30 per

Panama 2-0975 Colon

onrt

Canal Zona Gov William E.

navo aainoa Tor tooo proaucu in me unnea siaies. ;
cent higher than in Panama," .there' yas nd paropas or lar

be said,
Emphasizing that he would
not relent in insisting on the
highest standards for food pro products
ducts products in the Zone, Potter said:
"We- have been 50 years mak
ing sure that the milk' which
reaches our-family tables Is pure
and that the-cows are healthy
and the hillk Carefully handled
in its processing andA bottling
and it appears on the table as
a wholesome fresh product.""
He added:'"I in no wav intend
to reflect on 'these products in
Panama." .
U He vwent 1on-tO"Thetanar
aone-Ms a gold mine -bnt it is
fundamentally wrong-' for any
nation to f est their whole eco economic
nomic economic future upon one product
or area.fAnv nation which does
this eventually -gets into a ter
rible state'
Although thfre was lots ef
gold to be had, said 'Potter,
gold mining' is hard work. It
was not fouifd lying on ithe
ground ready to pick up.?
"The miner has got to have
the machinery, and the will to
conquer the gold and lift j it
from lt bed where it has been
for vears and nerhaos it would
like to 8tay."J '-
Potter hit at monopoiistifr
practice. The whole history
of the United States, he said,
had shewed ithat the US des despised
pised despised monopolies and made
the tendency towards them a
difficult task. .1
Durinrr a Question period after
Potter's talk, several of the busi businessmen,
nessmen, businessmen, spoke briefly. J u an
Brin of uthe Cattlemen's Asso
ciation pointed out. the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties of farming in Panama-where
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Fe'rrvbbatv Service
Changes Amador
Undergoes: Repairs
'.The ferrvboat Prenidfint A ma J ni
ls to be taken out of sprvim it
4. ua icner erry aunng me coming
ween jor reoairs it was announc
ed yesteirda at the Navigation Di
vision, .
.t. The fertr service will t nnrt
ed by the Presidente Poms. which
win ubiu cununuoui ODfiranon a nr.
ing the hours 'of ''lervireTh P.
siaeme Jfonris is the larger of the
two ferryboats ,and litUe curtail curtailment
ment curtailment of service is expected, with
u;in conunuous operation. s
. The Presidente Amador i to
removed from service from Mon-
oay tnrougn s mday,, ,.,
Funewl Mo

Failed sBrimmmimp

Young Tommy TSerrini aeed ft
was so interested in- watching
tne risn that swam under the
Thatcher, -ferryboat t yesterday
whence was leaning over;. the
rail -that'; he- didn't Tiotice,, the
black wooden pilings at the. fer ferry
ry ferry landing looming towards him,
atm watching the flsnv he
was killed u instantly when the
ferry bumped against v the pil pilings
ings pilings -and,, his head was caught
between r,them and Vs steel
uetweeu .UKrni ana si
Stanchion, on the. side crs i
boat.;,'J kt&v.'Wi,
the
'' funeral services will) be" held!
at; 0 a.m. on Monday for the
boy: who's full hme is Thomas
Michael Herring, at St.- Mary's
Church in. Bsdbofi-,5;fV':Y i a i
hs was tne son'oiT. M. Her Herring.
ring. Herring. Maintenance Division
plumber of 762 B, Barneby St.,
Balboa. -and wis a Jourth sraris
student at EW Mary's School.

V- v "i Pop? fcn frutA end the

ase
Potter' lectured 70 of Pan-
large
areas of grassland, and every
inch of pasture had to be won
by machete, , y
Cattleman Robert Motta con
tended that If the grade of meat
required m the zone not round
in Panama it should be bought
in the VS. r,
The same argument was sp spoiled
oiled spoiled to other products,, but Pot Potter
ter Potter replied that if Panama, could
not produce the goods. what did
it (matter to theirf where the
zone got them frpm.J ,.
Jusfcscfs- Cu$lodt :
In Vilbreal Case
' 'Canar Zone authorities have
formally requested that Pana
ma's National Guard hand over
two. of the three mem who, were
alleged to have been: concerned
in the shooting of a cuardsman
m-Ancon during the recent stu student
dent student disorders -, jf- '
i Canal Zone oolfce- caught one
of the, men Sebastian Cesar Au Au-gusto
gusto Au-gusto Villa, -2r,lmmediately -after
, the 'shooting. He was due to
make his third appearance at
Balboa Magistrate's Court this
afternoon: on a charge of assault
with a deadly weapon i' against
the guardsman Teofilo Villas
rreal, who is in Gorgas Hospi
tal. -1 , 4
The other two men were latet
caught in Panama and are in
the custody of the v National
Guard. If the National Guard
hands them over they may Join
Villain the dock on the same
charge. :
Reportedly one of tbe two men
caught in. Panama- has confess confessed
ed confessed firing he actuakgun- which
wounded Villarreal,' : "', ".
qbthesline Thefr
Jqil&YoungMcin i
A 17 J'ear old PanamanlanJ
youth wag sentenced to 15 days
In, Jail by Judge John E,, Drm Drm-ingwhen
ingwhen Drm-ingwhen he appeared in Bal Bal-ooa
ooa Bal-ooa Magistrates Court today
chraged with petit larceny.
The "youth -was Ciprlano
Gayle.1. He was' found guilty- of
stealing items of clothing from
a., clothes line- beneath house
0775, Williamson Place. the
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home of Charles Edward Walsh.ing."

Tommy aAd two friends hail
been te Farfan Beach yester yesterday
day yesterday collecting shells and It wai
on th President Amador fer ferryboat
ryboat ferryboat on the way borne that';
the accident,' occurred,
1 Tommy and 'his friend James
Scott, aged. 10, leaned over the
railing as tne rerry pulled away,
to watch fish in the water., They
were t nesr r Jhree !: stanchions
which support the i ferry life lifeboat
boat lifeboat When the ferry? had pull pulled
ed pulled away, James straightened up
ana srooa dck ouij Tommy just
stayed: where he was, f asinat-ed-.by
the;fish.,? fWf ..?.
!'W WASHINGTON, ?Oet.!l &
-(UPI) The estimated U.S.!
(population reached 175 million
at 11:08 a.m. today. 1 J1

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GOV WILEIAWt.E. POTTER, giving' Panama businessmen'- some

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Education Marked : For Fatfesf Slice

;,Of ; Dela
Tor another year' as Jt hs
for some time Panamas Min
istry of Education topped all
other departments in me rreM rreM-dent's'1959
dent's'1959 rreM-dent's'1959 budget recommenda
tion received by the national
Assembly yesterday. '
Of the total budget of $58,818
firm m-esented by President Er
nesto de la Guardia, jr., the EdA
ucatlon Ministry was aue to-ye
Liqhtniriq Strikes
Twice In Alb'rook
Quarters Ar'ea"
'Weather experts today said
there is "-no explanation, for
iiirhfcn1nr strifclntf twice on .suc-
icessive days in a small area of
Albrook' Air rorcs. Baser' Housing
area. '" v j. T 1
rn Tiipsdav liehtnlng strutk
tvi nnartpm nf Lt. Col. Wendell
Tt Mosley making a hofe in the
roof.' By ; coincmence yesier aay
ouarters, iWltmn a, iew, djocks
were also' .struck, and J t gain' a
hole was made hi the roof and
1 1-4 !.,.. ' 1
tit f f f t Vl' Irf
These- ouarters were -occupied
by Capt. Roger Swaine and his
two young ons, ana umei w.
O. John Jennings and ma wire..
Swain said the -.noise as' the
lightning struck was"deaien-
When1 the
t was about 23
feet from the ramp, the heavy
current ; iron ine outgong ; ae
forced the ferry against the pll?
JUgs ana Tonmy didn'S even see
them coming. I- Ct
: A -Marine tribunal Is ; hold.
i ing ''an inquiry today but 'Is'',.
not expected to announce Its
f The :;funerall service will 'be
conducted by the Revi Francis
;tyncnK-c.M.'and win be follow followed
ed followed by burial in Corozal ; Ceme-
lery; jifviriitJurf." t'f
f: A rosary service will be held
At 1 n.m. ftundav t th nnrtrai
tMortuary'. Chanel ..flv ''';.'i'''-:
r In addition to his parents, the
boy is survived by three broth
ersk wuuam. M., Kevin P., urt
Brian K Herring.-'. vX'i-jry.
: He was the grandson of Mr
Snd Mrs.. William McKee of BaU
boa, and of ; Mrs. Mery i J. Her
ring of Philadelphia and George
P. Herring of Tampa, Florida,

country is $afe' Abraham Lin 9

yii q Quality

rignt is jfanama unamoer or commerce president Gustavo Trius

presiuenfc sr eaeri co tiumDer .''V

Gtfardia;s Budget For 1959

celve $12,875,994, or more t than.
one-fifth, of the total.
: Panama a young nation',,
traditionally spends a higher
proportion of its n m t lonal -budget
for education than any
of the other Republics in -this
area, perhaps In the entire
Western Hemisphere.
Next year's wliole budgetis up
by $1,828,000 over that for-1958.
Almost all of this increase is for
the -Education ministry, which
has been put in for a total of
$1,436,285 over the current year
now, coming to a, close.
, 1 M
The funds for the Education
Ministry,, it is understood, do
not Include provisions for new ?
school buildings.' These are
embodied v in the. $5,898,302
provided in the budget for the-'
Ministry of Public Works.
-Considerable debate on the
budget is expected between now
and the end of December;
'' i , I ; i'''
"fln Addition to the operating
funds, the budget listed $31,534, $31,534,-862
862 $31,534,-862 in loan and' bond issue au authorizations
thorizations authorizations for various projects,
mainly public works. -TThe
nation's expected Income
wax summarized as follows:
National assets t374,000: na
tional services, $6,100,200; taxes,
S42,82622i. revenues, S8,3ua,uuu
miscellaneous receipts, $1,012,-
278; cash on hand as of Decem December
ber December 31, 958, $200,t)00. 1
I Tbe proposed expenditures will
be as follows? s. r
National Assembly, $899,746-,;
Office of the President; $326,520:
Ministry of Government and
Justice, $8,929,802; Electoral Trl-
V''tj!
Budjctmen Say
Pay Hikes Cost
$444 Million
V WASHINGTON, Oct. 1$
? (rri)--The Budret Bureau
Says recent pay increases for,
military and Civilian employ-'
,es of the federal government,
' cost the government $444,406,
004 in the year ended June 30,
,1958. &AW&( f TrJr.v'
. Tbe Bureau said that v ap ap-proximatelv
proximatelv ap-proximatelv $1 per cent of the
cost, or $210,471,941, was paid
out of, left-over funds. The
balance was ; financed from
new appropriations, 'v

txf thtf ground rules oh,' Canal

:'-
bunal iwhlch will- supervise the
1660 elections) $505,000: Minis.
try Of Foreign Affairs, $1,184,360;
Ministry of Finance, $1,785,990;
Ministry, or Education, $12,875,.
994; also:
National University, $917,338;
Ministry of Agriculture. Com
merce and Industry; $1,828,291;
Office of Price control; $111,545;
Ministry or pudhc works, $5,898,
302; Ministry of Labor .Social
.weirare and Public Health, $11,
o7,vz; aiso:
; Comptroller General's Office,
$11117,862; service, on foreign
aeot, $1,885,132; service on inter
nal debt, $3,877,528; special ex
pendltures, $4,549 ,35t4; emergen
cy appropriations $480,257.
7; NewSchbols
Will Be Built ;
Near Panama City
l Panama plans' tb construct
seven new schools in the vicinity
et-the .capital city;, a .Presiden
cia announcement saw today.
,They will cost more than $1
million for which bonds have
been issued and sold on the lo
cal market,
The- overall school-building
plan calls for construction of 14
schools., The Executive Branch
of the government has already
issued .bonds on 'authorization
from the National Assembly, to totaling
taling totaling $2 million for tbe entire
,The national budget-, for the
coming year Includes also the s s-mount
mount s-mount of $374,304 to provide for
th,e increasing expenses of ele elementary
mentary elementary educatlorte $, ,$
5" Most of the Schools to be con
structed i will be scheduled for
completion by the beginning of
thfr 'next-school year ;if the
Plans ot the Ministry of. Educa-1
pon are carried out. t
i The seven new schools proj
ected, lh;,the' Panama City area
: The Santos Jorge A, School in
ChiUbreji the Parque Lefevre
School, In that; area; the Jose
Agustln Arango School in Be Be-taniar
taniar Be-taniar the Republic of Brazil
School in Mariano Arosemena;
the Ernesto T, Lefevre School in
uan Diaz; the Narciso Garay
School, in VlUalobos, near .Juan
Diaz; and the Republic of Sal
vador School la Chorrulo.

t ;

Of $18,950,000

Short-term Scheme

WASHINGTON, Oct 16

ants on Isthmian Canal problems' has approved a project projected
ed projected short-term ?prbgini! tor Improvements in the Panama1

Canal estimated to cost $18,950,000, according to a H6us$
committee report made dvailable today.
This board, composed: thief lv of enaineers. was'enf

gaged by the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Com
mitteeto make independent technical studies' for the
committee's guidance. Its chairman is Dr.' S. C. Hollister.

ana orner memoers are rrancis a. rnei, Leslie K. varoves; v v ,
E, Sidney Randolph, Dr. Hartley Rowe and John E. Slater.- f
Thi. larger purpose of the consultants is to study thtf 5 l!

rundamentai problems ot Atlantic-to-Pacitic communica 'i
tionsw'th recommendations concerning the enlargement fH
of the Panama locks canala sea-level canal, or an alter- ;1
native Waterway1. ...'

Thft present interim report to the House committee '(
is confined to the merits of a short-term oroaram formul-

ated by.the Pandm6 Canoi

cnaifmapTiDiusier iTO'.-cn8urw"flSNpne'norc"TaBe improve-

Herbert C. Bonner of. the hous
committee. dated July 15, rec
ommended approval and, sup
port 'of short-range improve
merits as follows:
. Improved lighting at the locks
and throuKh the Gaillard Cut;
- Mooring;.; facilities north of
Pedro Miguel locks;
Widening of the Paraiso-cu-caracha
reaches of the Canal:
: Widening of Bend 1660 in the
Canal.-
, The board of consultants
v recommended that when such i
improvements have reached
a point where 24-hour oper
ation is feasible, the Panama
Canal should be prepared and
authorized to operate on a
hour-day basis if reoulred to
handle the traffic load.
When the short-range uro
gram is completed, the cuts at
Paralso bend 1868, Culebra bend
1660 and the Charts reaches
of the Panama Canal through
the Gaillard Cut will have been
widened to 500 feet.
The Empire.' Las Cascadas.
and Bas Obisno reaches then
will be the only reaches in the
Gaillard Cut between Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Snd Gamboa which will be
30" feet wide.
The consultants recommend recommended
ed recommended further stud by the Pen Pen-ami
ami Pen-ami Canal Couinanv of the
cos of widnin addition'
, mctions of the Canal to 500
Thev suoported tbif recom recom-mendatlois
mendatlois recom-mendatlois with estimates that
the trn.lt o ocean-gojna; shin
throughhe poiania r'an! win
intense frtm W" Ti'""' vear
195 S to 8950 in fislal 1961.
Doctor Is notified
Of Certification
By Pathology Board
- Dr. Erik Wit Michclse!. chief of
the Clinical Pathology Sec Jon at
Gorgas Hospital, has received, no no-tice.,
tice., no-tice., from the American Board of
Pathology, of, his certification to
board, menbership in both patho patho-ogic
ogic patho-ogic ana'.omy and clinical patho-
logy..." :--:'.-:
Micpelseri,; who. took two years
of his residency training in Patho-
logy, --af 3orga Laboratory, ie-
turned to the' Canal zone amy uiree
months aga to assume his nresent
position.: After leaving the Zone in
1957." he returned fo California and
was' employed as an associate in
he Univcrs ty of California I-abo-ratories
of Pathology in San Fran
ciscOs completing his posteraduatfv
pxDprienre to meet the American
Board of, -Pathology requirements
for admission.
fMichelsen 'sa native of New
'York City but received most of
his .education, incudtng, nat fw?
the medical profession, in pen pen-mark.
mark. pen-mark. He is a graduate In me
dicine form' the University of Co Co-oenh
oenh Co-oenh a gco .le1 served wth the U
S. Navy during World War II snd
mo?', of his experience before cod coding
ing coding to the Canal 2one for residency
training was in California hospi-

f SI 1 VkiS

(UPI) A board of consult
ComoanY in 1957. '
inencTSroRram is necessary "in
order tb increase .the capacity
of the Canal, reduce opera--'
tional hazards, and to make
possible the operation or the
Canal on the basis of a 24-hour
aav."
PC Employes Give
$5,603 In First r
2 Days To '58 Fund
Panama .Canal companv-Ca
nal Zone- Government person
nel contributed $5,608' in the
first two days of the 1958 Unit United,
ed, United, Fund Campaign, t was re-
ported yesterday by Lt. Gov;
John D. McElheny, Chairman
of ., the Governor's Council For
Voluntary Giving. .
v The initial tabulation of early
reports from voluntary keymen
showed the Campaign to be off
to a fast start with almost 10'
per cent of the Company-Government
goal already ont?ibu't-.
ed;
The first 'Division' from
throughout the ,Company-aov ,J
ernment to tour in" a 100 per
cent report was the Budget and
Kates Division of the ComotroK
ler's Office. ;
-Keyman Claire V, HugheJ snd
division chairman Kenneth R.
A. Booth appeared with their
100 per cent renort one dav .'
after the Sosa- Hill Quarry key- r
men came forth with the first
100 per cent "unit.? The duar-
ry Unit of the Maintenance
Division was first for, the sec
ond year in a row.
Campaign workers honed tho
Budgets and Rates Division Ye
port was an indication or-how
the 1958 effort is progressing.
The Division's contribution" a-
mounted, to 260 per cent bT its
goai.
BOAC Fears Strike
Will Cjve Pan -AmV i
Brnk In lot BnrA
LONDON (UP11-, Therit
Overseas Airwavs Corn e al d nr.
gent talks today with union lead-
ers in an eflori to end a, wildcat
strike that cripptcu the Mirlm-s
and threatens its head start in th
Tfansa lantic jet Trace.,- U
ADout 4,000 ma.ntenancft work.
era walked off "hoinj-vb tuesdiy
iii-n overtime dispute, Tlr strike
grounded all BOAC planes both at
home and abroad. ; .r
The National Joint Cnuncil fni
Civil. -Air Transport, a manase.
metit-un'on group that ads as be
"esotis ing body for the entire in-
dustry, was to meet to discuss the
ooncil .have voiced opposition to
walkout.. : Union officials on th
"ouncll have-vo'oed ODDosiUon to
the .walkout, which was called
ffiiheut' authorization.
An irine! so'cesman'sid th
irike threatened to prevent BOAC
from beating Pan-American World
Airways to the f rst dailr Trans-

stlantic jet service,

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TH MAIL BOX

By' VICTOR RIESEL.V",

wPichard Nixon may not be run-

oiifg-, mr any m jag bui pianes ami
o-ims these days but word from
bis aeadquarters revea S bat ne
wLir be campainging against "o "o-cmlism
cmlism "o-cmlism uu natiunaiizav on"" liter literally
ally literally nine out of' every 10 days un until
til until election."' V"
i Word ju3t dispatched from the

Democratic headquarters' vo i s
party workers around ihe land is

to ignore tn.s newest iixon suai suai-agem.
agem. suai-agem. Late last week this advice
wjs carefully pu in memos to
more than 3,400 Democratic party
eaderg" ranging f rom state chair-

man.io co-jaiy campaigners.
, This inner-party Democrat dis

patch said, In effec don't answ-

At vntpran 01 tWO wars 1 nave mumw tdinuaigii agamai ihiu, yuuuu

siiai icnowiedee oi 'tne G.i. and nave learneu summ way on "oreaa-ana-ouiier issue.
. "...,.,J: h, th soldier is not a moron. Talk-abou.-unemployment, .he

The iber of "iV programs currently lolsted on a captive aged, social security, weUare plans
ine wuei ui k nmrfnffliand directors of and hieh prices. DeDae social pro-

u"iMr: "?mr;tottnn hmiiri eet out of their air-conai- blems, yes socialism,-no.

ZtMr Forces au-1 Whoh?i the edge-t hese

enl'". .W tofilearn that the nalysfs guess.

npopt There are those who believe that

as inese genuemcu 'Kf ;. .. i.... w -t nmiwun. tnese oreaa-anu-uuuet queuu

T.V. PROGRAMS FOR G.U

vteCourt,"'Traffi care

wht'i th mat.ttr.mtn snowuig v """" -.- t lers next montn. At tne momem

Grev Theater" and "Trackdown" cannot be procured tor;show- offflsive. There are 64,000,000 peo
Ultjiuoiu mm Uo. lonsinl a dllllCtllt I i. Tk. siting

ta to the audience of seTvicemen here In Panama; as difficult pie WOI.king. The millions walkir
S it lsto oelieve that most of them prefer the present revolt- out of fac Dry ga es each Frida

walking
i Fridav

fni bill of fare dished out In the guise of "entertainment. are earning a. record average pay
Mavbe some of the kids in the Zone would like to see some 0f $85.50 a week Some 5,000,000
.JPJ?rr: lruTY h.v-.t.h matter with showing 0f Uiem have 'had good raises in

the "M16keyMouse Club WJ areBhome Furthermore, say the GOP'ers,

when most servicemen are Sitectod" at present over 5O0,O00rwbrkers went back to
from school? The way the programs are te& past mon h. Most of

is apparently for -- October always s good. Crops are
not the audience. II. his golf handicap is i any Better inan rame Sn and the cannjng plan's call their

it is easy to see wnere ne sikum yo v

TV Fan

people back. The auto models have

been retooled and. the assembly
lines soon will be rolling out the
new cars. Sewing machines are

whirring the needle-trade right

ATLANTIC-SIDE PHONE SYSTEM

'when is something going to be dotoe to "ctify the Uut of the slack season. Chris mas

fthle Dhone system on ine auhuuc omci j inventories are puuig up.
SSSv -Sd i most aKravating dial system I have ever had

the misfortune of coming into contact with. How those who are -prospering
. What is eolng to happen when the fire alarto boxes are re- wiU vo-e B0 0ne can yet tel But
rfcnvMi? we will then have to depend for fire protection on the in city after city, as I learned in
itfnhcies which go dead for no reason at. all, start clicking New England the jhe- day, there
lousy Phones wmcn go rfliieri rine busv when you are thousands of jobless some

in Gamboa. nvnn. f)n pmnlovpd are concentrated in the

L By the time we finally give up works and bigindustrial and coal states. They
neighbor who is at home and has a phone that wonts, ana 0f .power in
wake him up, the fire will have doneits work. the. election. Or derive through
For better service and safety lets get sonje tetira t on tms have these past
dangerous and unnecessary situation by ripping out the present and iind thar theres

obsolete system no iu.s service

HOSPITAL RESIDENCIES

a powerful and mil'tant women n
vote for the earnest gubernatorial

contender, Nelson KocKctener,
He' nushine Gov. Averell Harri-

man. But me lapor opponents io

m,, i I mail, iiui i"wi
Mr ... "Ji... tmir of fioADitala In three states i.u. n;.i v.bnhMan point to mo

ttn any room for Lann ..T. i.. mnHd """

tii rMidencV field monopolize- futuinw""!,'"-
i TJiS llnSnafl 2S
Sne' "liSSTiiS WSSSSta Medical Asso-

elation.

Sir

Fed Up With AMA

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PANAMA'S STUDENTS

. 2k Africans such as "Per- WRKKS.?

nlexed". (Mail Box, Oct. 8 write aoou. r "";rVis to be la',or -headquarters jn nunareas oi
piexeu rit.tttff T liiiee most of them to De ... Tv,.vii,i,ttmM'trt knafV the

dents, rrorn uwu al'"-"r";.. tmnelled to wonder a- 1?.w1,Mip,

lJabor leaders, campaigning

rniind-the-elock. say that these

will h 400.000 Democratic votes

TrHitinnallv. most of the jobless

and the i ttery wrot against tne

party holding the wnite nouse
thpv nrtint out.

It's on we "oreaa-anQ-Bu iei

front that the Republicans ean ex

without colles

prosperity claims.

howthey me dihWe awinst corruption in

covSM? (It "ooks though the VS. authofitles have no ln ,core mTf and
!!e?jJ;tw;M rim- students view as corrupt -practicr Mdio broadcast, news .'tements

oDjecuuu iy IT et,,Hnt f Little RocK are ngntr an(1 noliticl rail es. the labor lead

) May I lltv? ers and their, researchers will sa,

"Perpxed'- snouic mwu "T resuit of this is that count. They'll say tha
schools feLtoth e top terd flgto Jtes- of these good February there i wi 1 be a cold
that on the Canal nt fjmKmnMnMi educated than aomic winter. They'll predict

schools nave to wore, uwik w..--

ing for ariy pom s are. several that it Isn't October', balmv days

M 'R11UU1U w.. v - xul. I li. ITU. Ml -414f. hi.

eco

over

s.ooo.000 ioble-ss next Februp'v

themselves.- ;.;L. i,i mimi have won or about what we had last Feb

tltXln wiU charge that
r. .rnmint.. tlwv will tackle some of the injustices wmcn deprivation in the

havJ become entrenched on trie Canal. Zone. midgt of pleIlty Lahor leaders will
t ripmaiiH fhr the

expenditure of nunareas oi mu-ion

cifces,

WASHINGTON Operating the

U. S. Mavy is em business. How

ever, Hear Aam. u u. .uruuu

of Washington and .Rear Aam
Georee W. Anderson. Jr.' of

Jfrxoklya used lo room together

as bacheIorsr.and wnen oriuin re relieved
lieved relieved Anderson as commander of

Task Force 60 in the r Mediterra

nean an interesting incideni .ook

place.---" '-'

Gruiin received a sun. lormai
notification, couched in terse, na

val language, hat pa-; y ot news newsmen
men newsmen would board his flagship, the
Forrestal. -The iirdei reaa:

"Recover TF from Saratoga

(time unknown) wi'b following

passengers: :
"J. J. Knot's (StaffHouse Arm
ed Services Committee)
"R. V. Nolan (Time-Life)
'E.' D. Brooks (N. Y. Times)

.. "F N.-Ward (NBC) - A

; ;.','Gtiests. wi)'- teri"c bonvnv
ernight and disembark on arrival
Augusta -Bay far trans'erto the
USS Des Moines.!; ..,., .i
f. The -narty pewsmen rr've-'
by helicopter, in due eourse and
Immedt fly began t cross-examine
thp officei-s' of the Forrestal. -

"ls it true, asked Brooks, of

The New York Time rf '"ant. .At

len Shinn.- VThat you deliberately,

rate' all Negro sailor a few pbims

below, white 'Sailors? : '.

,vXtoo.mvch EXPENSE f

Walter Winchell In Mew Ydrli

MOIST AND FLUFFY, WITH DRIZZLE

Sr: Kan. and neaches when she was

v. Mrs" fBn ? Phocolate caki T (MaU Box, Oct. 15) was Just a day unions chiefs will hit with
ffilWaK had been reSlar reader, she would have had the calls for g0me type of Federal per-
late. If she had been wguj her recl book manet yjaeat iBBurance-
lSS?Sf-iil .: guaranteed jpbless paymen p an.

uciwe ius - -.",-. tk. nVinnniat cair reiiiDe n'h iMmncrats. aireaay.on iec-

Supreme was moaw -7- "hllfnr. That ord for such Federal aid; will.

which ran with a drippy icing (. ch ede for plea with the

was Bunoay, uct. 0. w. run on this union men.

Food Editor paynor .msuhiu ;t- "Vrvthlrie It will be the Republican'! W

bit Of sweet. It is escriucu V.Viff nnnrrnint voiced mostly V mat since- cam-
a cake should be." Not only was J-'": paginer, U. Secretary of Labor
frosting" but the thing told you how to wg chocolate dm Mitchelr that this land of
He" the better to grease the chins of consuiMM. yours is' out ; of the recession. r
w tj-ioi,.'. net. R naner hasn t Bone to line tne itif xtnn

carbage can. If t has, ahe canome over nim i v "".- highway for highway, meeting ior
h bv that time, maybe we'U have another birthday at our meetiogt nsig expert figures and

hnnni and another cake. t s'aking tJs own reputation ana
nouse, ana anou" mtnhen Cook ..r.2 ii,fiftt. that

there vj;!ll be fewer jobless and
sreater nrosoerity in February. It

will be difficult to te1! in October

JH ROADWAY SPOTLIGHT
Radio Citv Music Hall spectat

ors at "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof,"

mumble long and loud when uz

l'aylor emotes: "I'm going to

have a baby sired by Brick out

mf Maeeiea the Cat!". ; f. .Tney

say Phil Silvers paid the Crosby

laus 52,500 ior mat one agt. on-

ko'' opus. .Theatre "A"s mag

got caught with its covers down.
It features Barry .Sullivan,,, -vho
resigned from "Goldilocks',',, r .

Kirk Douglas is a large oacicer 01

The Uisenchantea mis piay is

being produced by Wm. Darnd,
once wed to Kirk's former frau. .

One of the minor players in

Touch of the Foet is curt con-

way. He s tne ex-groom 01 xum

Stanlpv. one of Helen Hayes' co-

stars. He lso nas a mi in Jba

Stanley's ieurrenHilm,tTheGKJ'
dess". 4uc?e tory An inves

tor in "Seesaw" put up $2,400 and
got back-4,500 on- Bis" original tin
vestment. He hist -sold it for ,000

on a capital-gains deal, "Drink

to Me Only-' is comical wnen 1 f
Poston hiccups: "I peel perfect! ,'
. .Most, of the ? new .comedy's

cast are more entertinaing, than

the show.

There's No Biz Like Show Biz
Ladv: After' receiving rave" notic

es- in her iirst MGM 'film ("The

Hieh Cost of Loving.".) Gena Row

lands was dropped. .Don't invite

Sandford Meisner- and the direct

ors of The 'Neighborhood Play

house to the same party.' They

sav his "resignation'' occurred

under umpleasant circumstances

. .Sien of the Times? MGM's pu

blicitv staff ih N.Y. is now exactly

2. .Maybe, the band biz isn't -so
dead. Benny Goodman's 22 city

tour is already- sold out in -lit .

Four summer stock companies

folded last month leaving many

thesps stranded and holding the

bag lor $60,000 uj runner cnecits,

etc. .Add sound-a-likes: Frankie

Avalon's "I'll Wait For You" and

the Irish -jig, "Kerrv Pipers".-. -.

"Just Youne" and "Young Love"

are so similar they hardly chang

ed the titles I

COCOLI BINGO

Blr: e lWn .hout blneo In Cocoll puzzle tne, such as how who i? riht. But soon enough the

L ir,iirtnpnkir avstem has been paw ior at recora win snow ooom or giopm.
iadng problem: ,. yv,ri,r fn, ,nn tacknot which Is the 1960 sweepstakes and decide
Thv are now collecting money Ipr a 300 jacKpoi mU ... ty,.f nM -h that

- -i-i-i. tk. Tha nmvern Dav ".

- ia"e,i.." :;.v wino .Th. last Jacknot went

', the Jackpot. Now let's say they sold 40 cards a night lot the U-

jackpot, and we are being conservative wun tne eurc. j.ui.
meanVthat $100 went Into the special. Jackpot a night. Take
' 100 times 13 and ypu get $1300 of which $300 was paid out on
- i" Crfr-i--Il oon! What haDDened to the other

' i00SL. 4.v-i Jn h nlavs three cards for the Jackpot

; It costs him $1.50 a night to play the Jackpot. Take halt of
that oyer a period of 13 weeks and we find he paid $9.75 to win

i '.f-f4 hi. ?fw rnver all. basins the figures

on selling 40 cards and somebody winning every night that

same Individual was spenaing za cenw per c n
" Please Explain

Irst account was a hat maker. himself, dragging".
. ...i'.. .'.1 I -I Li-LL i-l-". .v.. -:.l."

xney worxea out an an campaigu
iiu tueu ti,ioweu ii to -tne ciiie.
who drawled: "It 'looks okay to
me, but let s put in 04 the buge buge-coach
coach buge-coach and see if it gits off at
Cneyenne!"-. .Tony Litto, torm torm-er
er torm-er doorman the latest version of

"Li'l Abner". ibaliy Ann iiove"sl

(leading lady of. Viair Laoy ";
leaves that nit next r ail 10 star

in "Of Human Bondage," musical
by her husband Dick 'Adler and

Bob MmlL .Waiters and caD

bies tell the -col'm that ot all ta

tourists in our town the MUwau

kee fans were the best tip-wise.

Bie Skewup: wnen Grace Kel

ly and her Prince dine alone she
drinks soda pop from the bottle

instead of the glass, Twelve

foreign mags have assigned photo

graphers to the opening, night par
ly. of t'Suzie Wong'V in Chinatown

More .celebs invited than any
event. in vears .Tonv Roberts.--a

Brooklyn boy',, was "discovered"
bv Peeev Lee'l manager Eddie

Kelly singing in a small Holly

wood cafe. Kelly took him to mum

Records and they recorded him' at

once. ; .NBC-tv may sign him, 00.
Roberts iS 24. '..Don't invite Ava
Gardner and newsman Joe Hyams
to the -same anything,, .,. "Comes
k Dav" with Judith Anderson and

Arthur I O'Connell comes ta, town
soon with sugaryx notices f r 0 m

squaresviiie...uvernead about Jta
die and Liz. Two show-gels are

on; "One thine's for sure, Eddie's

no M.ke Todd"-,, "Yeah,; he

hasn't given her' one present yet",
"Whoop Up,' the; new musica

(now.rehearsing), is a blessing to

night club and vaudebille perform

ers.' Manv are in tne cast .as n-

dians. They include Bobby Shields

Komo Vincent sii via suns, otaipn
Youns. .Ask Elaine Strich to tell

you that line she refuses -to' utter

in 'Goldilocks". (Why, Mrs.'Kerr!

. XTast of the -"Damn Yankees"

movie still talk about. Gwen .vera

on's energy. .etc. "Co-star Ray

Walston's) tribute; ;"$he w'sn

inspiration to anyone who found

Mil. I'. J.-.i i

nimsei; aragguig ,i,in .pewesi

spot in Greenwich Village will! be

ine village Green. The decor is

a. Hew &ngrahd asa bandstand

in the, town square. Jan Clayton

turned idown a lump vsum for her

old '.'Lassie" residuals... Figures

tne re-runs will run toreyer.-

; Harold Gary knows it isn't 'new

but wants, to .chuckle at it again
Abollt the two Martians who ,du

ed in Central Park. ; .And got

mugged!. JSophia Loren subsited

on minestrone soup' s few ..years

ago. v ≠ earnea JlB-50 ;.Ipr,,hr
first, role in the movies as an ex extra
tra extra in "Quo Vadis," As -Para-

mount's No. One Male Headturner
she will make over $300,000 for her
next picture, "Houseboat". .

Joey Bushkin opens at the Round-

taoie Monday night. His new

-,tnrchanU is called :, Why Look At

Me; Wow?'.'. ,i .We have 530 tv
depots in the 17,S. .There are

527 in the rest of the world.

Buddy Hackett's common-sense

when asked if he minded' being

2nd Banana instead of the Star. .'.

'I got a philosphy," he -replied.

'It's better to be-a-little-star and

draw a small crowd. Then you

can eive everybody an auto

graph, w 1 1 n a nig star, tne
crowd's bigr and sometimes f he

don't have the time to give every

body an autograph and somebody
gets mad at him''. . .Hap o

Actor: Ben Gazzara. -who. wa xen,

out. on ."Across The Kverglade?"

before the earner rolled. .Ann
DeMarco of the DeMarco Sisters
(they got $5,000 a week as a trio)
is trying it solo at the Press Dub,
Newark. .If you're Introduced fr
Farrel Halliday you'r meetin?
recording star Rusty Draper;
Van Cliburn' real name is Har Harvey
vey Harvey Lavan Cliburn, jr. ,

1 One of these, days you. .will be
reyuna ,more about Carolvn Stan

ford, mezzo soprano. She is now

in Vienna for a .year s study. Lait
season she-was. a chorus-girl-in
"Jamaica" commuting .'fyom
Philadelphia (9Q miles. from New

rorx) where she wat a student t

Curtis institute. ,v Gregpry,Peck's
"The Big Country0 fat th Ajton
is all the ads claim it i. The best
Western in Towta. Meet' WW,, the
casting director. -Shortly "after "the
'Last 'Angry Man's itoveV w rmb rmb-li'shed
li'shed rmb-li'shed he suggested that Paul Mu Muni
ni Muni .would be ideal W the film ver ver-sionf
sionf ver-sionf -Muni- war signed last week

, .Seven yexrs, of efurt went jnto
producing "'!The Old Matt' and .the
Sea" picture, .Rhgittr-iBardot is

a candid one, -She agrees with
critics who sav she fannot act...

Nobody, however, gives a- better
impersonation of a Girl.' .'
Carnegi.e Hall's repainted, cock cock-tail
tail cock-tail lounge in mighty elegant. You
enloy- Bcn.-B e e.t h oj e n,
Brahms and" Booze: '. .

"How much does it cost an hour
to ooerate these Sky warriers.". ask
ed Kno'tx. reDresetitinff the House

Armed .Services Committee

which has a lot 0 say about the
Navv'g strength .and fu'.ure., -t 1

1 was obvious that Knotts figur figured
ed figured .the -Navy, cost too much. He

was persis en. ; and cusagreeanie

in his questions.

"Thi-Naw ts- a Ouncn of iransi

ents," he told Commander Pierre
Pharbnnnftt. executive officer f oi

thff Vni-rntaT "These Voung offi

eers ana eniistea men are, ueie
todav and one tomorrow. What

..... J.i.a i.kAiit ifV f.

1C JfVM UU1H BMVU1; -J

New York Times! Brooks wanted
to know -why the, .Navy didn't use
Skywarriors for onver-the-shoulder
hhmhinff.- ti :'' t"

"They are too big," was the

ply. "We use a small iaste-- pomo pomo-er.
er. pomo-er. the Skyhawk, forthat type of

bombing.'! --1 w

"But thp: Air Force does H with

big bombers," insisted Brooks.
,' At. this point.. the badgering got

rough.

"ish t -the Air uorce Dewernan
the Navy?"
"Isn't the. Saratoga actually a
better, .ship 'ban the f oTestal?"

AT. one point wminvwno is no
1mich at cross-examination, found

hlmMf aavint "I didn't .say that J

Y00, put words, into my moutn.;

vinat nient tne newsmen were in

vifM to special briefing. They

begged off,' Reason: Up most of

he night netore piaying poser,
they had seen enough of the Nayy
and immediately-after dinner went
to. bed. Next morning they depart-

Tbey are Adams and Harold

S.asbtn. ''"-

These are ihe two men wbo tried

!o biocK Nixcn's renommation u

1956 Stassen publidy and Adams
privately. r

- It was Adams who' alto took the 1

hurrieo ilight ,t Denver after Ei

senhower s heart attack, in tha

(all of 1955 0 work out the ar- :

rangement whereby 'Nlxor.' would
not take over the reins ot the i'le i'le-sidency.
sidency. i'le-sidency. They weer left in the -hands
of Adams, Secretary of the
Treasury Humphrey,,; John Foster
Dulles, and other members of the
Cabinet. ;.."
- Earlier this year, S assen re resigned
signed resigned from the Administration and -went
to Pennsylvania 0 run for-

Governor, whe.-e Republican lead
era cut bim down in he primary.

Mere recently. iviixon's second

opponent insidtr- the- Whilr "House,
Adams, was forced to resign.- v"

I may or may not be stenficant

that it was Nixoh who talked earn.

estly to Eisenhower last mrmth etn-

phasizms the fact that Adams was

an unsuppor able load on the Republican-
Pa?y. -1. -. .

Now Mxon has .a clear- fieln .tr

himself for 1960 unless.' .Nelson -Bocke'el'er
becomes. Governor of
New -York.' 'u S

. WASHINGTON PIPELINE
One mine most Democrats don't

know about the'r senior Senator,
Thecdore Francis, Green of Rhode
Islarf!; now 51 yea'-. old. is tht

the White House has carefully cul-.

Iva ed b'mun i last week. Gen
Bobbv Cutlerj when Secretary of

the National Seruritv Council. pi.

led Green "Uncle Theodore' and

wen' ot'f tit tne way 'o buue him
.up. So did Snertnan Adams. Green Greenly
ly Greenly chaumr of the Sena'e Foreign
Relations Committee, a position f
power and pect. ,
: Put mV.M !m.m UiAnA A A

. uut, iviiw unci, uiiucu, uac nur
rnisraHon ovpr'S dangero no-
?ition regarding Quemoy and Mat Mat-su,
su, Mat-su, all betH werpr,-T'- nr-
down on him as if he-had never
he V "Uncle Theodore". La' La'-esfc
esfc La'-esfc Washington wisecrack: "Have
"ou hea-d the ren that-Eien-hower
may succeed Sherman A A-damsf
damsf A-damsf

ed.' Griffin' and staff heaved a big
sigh of relief.' ;". ;

It was hot until then tnat onr onr-fih
fih onr-fih learned the newsmen were not
newsmen.' but Naval officers in ci civilian
vilian civilian clothes. His Old roommate.
Anrtfnon' j had nulled a farewell
gag before sailing home.
' NIXOM'S TWO SNEMISS
One'of IhemosMriferesting aft aft-erma'hs
erma'hs aft-erma'hs of Sherman Adamsexit
hail been' earefufly ho'ed ty the
politicians but not by the public:
' It Is the fact that' the two' mot
nmverfiil oooonen'i to Vice P'esl-

dent Nixon inside the White Houe
are 'now bir the outside looking in.

' The Nil is believed to be
the longest river in the world.
It f 1 0 w s ; for -approximately,
4,160 miles from south ta
north. -Though the land alone

the river is a h6t,-dry, barren

wasieiana, tne r 1 v e r maxeS' 1
possible a' bordering stretch of
fruitful soil that can support
as many, as 1,200 persons ior
every square mile.
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Anne Bancroft, co-star ot "Two
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special nickname used-, only by
verv special friends. Are rmi
ready?. ."Annban"1. Add rlon't-livite-
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natrn Cham-natrn and watercress, sandwiches

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Tiny Girl Hauled

From Open Grave
After 'Sacrifice' t

- CLEVELAND, Ohio Yupj),
Thpresa Beehlef., 2 1-2. was res

cued by police and firemen eariy
today from an open- grave inl

which she, spent 3 1-2 terrifying
hoi'r ""-r being thrown there by

her father.' - '

Tbe f:ukrs rescue, which took
place-at 1:15 a.m.; occurred after
ioice picked hp her 26-year-old
father, Lloyds for loitering in su suburban
burban suburban Brook Park. 1
During questioning, he said he
had '.'sacrificed my ,daughtef ,to
the Lord."- 1 j-'
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this statement sent v policemen
from Cleveland. Brook Park and
Brooklyn speeding to Holv Cross
Cemetery where they found the
child whimpering and shivering ir
a six-foot" deep grave covered by
wpo-Jpo rtUnks.1 -
Little f Theresa was rushed 1 1
a ho!Oital where she was reporter"
in good condition despite shock
and exposure, -v :
fPqlic said her father, who- hat?
been Under a psychiatric 'care
year' ago; was taken to Metro
nniitnn General Hospital for psy'
chiatric examination.
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prehension of Beehler.- A 'passer,
bv in suburban Brooklyn called
police and reported seeing a man
tearing money on a street corner.
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resident complained' about a "loit
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THURSDAI, OCTOBER II, 1951

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SOCIAL EVENTS ARE GIVEN TO HONOR
SPANISH AMBASSADOR AND MRS. GABALDON
The Ambassador of Spain to Panama, Federico Gabaldon,
and Mr. Gabaldon haw been honored with several aoclal
events this week. They ara oon to lea? the Isthmus to
make their home in Cnile, where the ambassador has been
transferred y his government.
A dinner party was fiver in their honor Monday eve evening
ning evening by the First Secretary of the Spanish Embassy and
Mrs. Francisco Javier Mateos. Entertaining for the Gabal Gabal-dons
dons Gabal-dons Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Rodngo Miro, who
hosted a dinner party at their residence.
A farewell party was given for the Ambassador and his
wife by members of the diplomatic corps accredited to Panama.

All Tickets Are Sold
For Farhor Wye Dinner
Announcement has been made
that all available tickets for the
dinner honoring Father Joseph
Wye have been sold. The dinner
will be given Sunday evening at
St. Mary's Hall under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the Altar-Rosary Societies
of Ancon and Curundu.
The dinner is a farewell compli compliment
ment compliment to the former pastor at
Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon
who has been transferred to Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. ,
Persons who have purchased
tickets, but are not planning to
attend the dinner, are urged to
call Curundu 5208. In case of can cancellations,
cellations, cancellations, the tickets will be
made available to others.

Thrift Shop Invitei
Contributln For Charity
The Thrift Shop Committee of
the Inter-American Women's Club
has extended a plea for used
clothing or household, either as
donations or for consingment.
Profits derived from the sales of
these articles are used in the
club's charitable activities.
Those wishing to make contri contributions
butions contributions are asked to call the IAWC
office, at 3465.

Mis Undo Is Named
To College Glee Club
Miss Lyanne Unrlo, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Lindo of
Panama City, hasrbeen named ,i
member of the Beaver College

E

Glee Club, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement by the music depart department
ment department of the college, at Jenkintown,
Pa.
This will be Miss Lindo's se second
cond second year with the chorus, which
sings at churches, clubs, radio and
television performances.
A sophomore at Beaver, she is
majoring in liberal arts.

American Pnwomn Announce
Christmas Card Exhibit
The Canal Zone Branch of the
National League of American Pen Pen-women
women Pen-women has announced plans for
its annual Christmas Card exhibit
to be held in the Little Gallery of
the Tivoli Guest House. The event
is planned for Sunday afternoon
from 4 to 6 p.m.
The public is invited to view
the exhibit, which will include
cards of new designs using the
Isthmian theme, Many are hand hand-blocked.
blocked. hand-blocked. Punch will be served to visitors.

IAWC Cooking Class
Plans Holiday D,n...r
TV cookins c'"cs of th

American Women's Club is mak mak-ns
ns mak-ns plans for a Thanksgiving .....
ner to be served November 8 at
the Fort Amador Officers' Mess.
After dinner music for dancing
will be presented by Lucho Az Az-carraga.
carraga. Az-carraga. door prize will be
awarded.
Members who are invited to
bring guests, may obtain tickets
from Mrs. Edith Dean in Balboa
or Mrs. Gloria Endara in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. CONTINUED ON PAGI FIVI)

MEETINGS

Each notice tor Inciuiien in this
column (hould bo. tubmitrid ia
rv written torm and mailed
Mm box number littod daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OtkorwiM," Oi delivered
by ncid to the office. Notices ot
meetings cannot bo accepted by
tflMaheoja.

Christmas Card Committee,
Natural Museum Society

The Christmas Card Comittee
of the Society of the Panama Na Natural
tural Natural Museum will hold the first

of a series of work meetings this

evening at 7:30 at the home of the

chairman, Irvin Bennett, 75th

Street, Juan Franco. All members

and volunteers are urged to at

tend. Further information may be

ooiainea Dy calling ranama 3
1344, 3-3679 or 3-7173.
Natural History Society

Members of the Panama Canal

Natural History Society will meel

Wednesday evening, October 22,

at s p.m. at the JWB-USO n Ba

boa.
Speaker of the evening will be
Gerald A. Doyle of the engineer
ing division of the Panama Canal
Company, who recently made a
rugged motor trip to Costa Rica
with his wife and daughters.
Slides will illustrate his discus discussion.
sion. discussion. Members are urged to bring
guests to the meeting.

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PANAMA VISITORS Shown at a cocktail party given Saturday evening in honor of visiting
UJS. and Canadian travel agents are, from left, Pierre R. Jaquillard, general manager of the
Panama Hilton Hotel; Stanley Shftw de la Ossa, Panama tourist commissioner; Robert Boyd Jr
of Boyd Brothers; Stanley Burke, local manager of Panama; Francisco de la Guardia, traffic
manager of Panagra; and one of the guests from a stateside travel agency. All are members of
the Skal Club. The party was given In the south patio of the Panama Hilton for the travel a a-gents,
gents, a-gents, who spent a few days sightseeing in this area while on a pre-convention tour of the
American Society of Travel Agents.

Atlantic Camera Club
Members of the Atlantic Camera
Club will meet Monday evening at
7:45 in the club rooms at Mount
Hope. The interesting program
will include two travelogues entit entitled
led entitled "Wings to Alaska" and "Fab "Fab-oulous
oulous "Fab-oulous Fishing in South America."
The competition on color slides
will be on a general theme, and
results will be given from recent
PSA competitors. Guests are wel welcome
come welcome to attend the meeting.
The color photo r-lass of the
club is planned for October ?2 at
7:30 p.m. Those attending should
bring slides for a "cropping" session.

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Soft Skin In 7 days

When you start using Cuticura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment-blackheads, oily ahine, ex ex-temaily
temaily ex-temaily caused pimplee and rashea clear up.
In just 7 days your skin bagina to look soft,
froth, clear, radiant Got Cuticura Soap and
Ointmont at druggists right away-and do try

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Un'on Church Group
Mets Tomorrow
The committee on stewardship
and mission of 'the General -Council
of the Union Church of the
Canal Zone will be convened Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7 by Mrs. J. W.
of Balboa Union Church. Follow Following
ing Following this session, the committee on
visual aids will meet at 8 p.m.
The official groups are meeting
lo prepare lor the annual steward stewardship
ship stewardship campaign which will be
rounded out and completed in
November.

MEAT
SO y" 5
GOOD
you
could I J
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yourself

top quality meat

makes the difference
When you feed your dog Ken-I-Ration, you are giv giving
ing giving him the same quality meat that you could eat
yourself. Open a can and you'll see the difference .
lots of flavorful tender meat. You are sure of quality,
because Ken-L-Ration uses only the choicest grades
of U. S. Government inspected cuts. This means more
of the protein, vitamins and minerals your dog needs.
Ken-L-Rataoc is economical too! Get some today at
your grocer.

KEN-L-RATION

Wholesome. .
Nourishing

Accountants Group
To Hear Speaker
At Dinner Meeting
Dr. Merrill A. Symonds. direct

or of the Florida State University
p ogram in the Canal Zone, will

address the joint meeting of the
Federal Government Accountants
Association and the Institute of
Internal Auditors Wednesday evm
ing, October 22, in the ballroom
of the Tivoli Guest House.
Dr. Symonds is an expert in the
field of political science and inter international
national international relations. His subject
will be "Myths in International Re
lations as Seen t"-oM"h the Eyes
of the American Public."
The dinner meeting is open to
all members of the F.G.A.A. and
I.I. A., who may bring guests.
Tickets are available from Ros Ros-coe
coe Ros-coe Cleveland, Fort Amador 3247;
Major A. A. Tisone, Albrook 2221;
James Fullon, Balboa 253S; and
Kathleen McGuigan, Balboa 251?.

Any mother should teach her

daugnter

Never to become completely ae ae-pendent
pendent ae-pendent on any one person.

Never to forget that a boy's
feelings and his pride are as easi easily
ly easily hurt as a girl's.
Always o iremember that the
more feminine she is, the easier
life is for a woman and the more
rewarding, too.
That wnether she is beautiful
or plain, her looks are NOT the
most important thing about her.
That gentleness is a quality
worth cultivating.
That neatness is a geat help
to any girl who expects lo have
he- own home some day.
That boys respect the girl who
respec s herself, but have little
respect for the girl who chases
after them or is willing to date
just anybody rather than not have
a date.
That loudness in a girl or wom woman
an woman never attrac's the right kind
of attention.
That making the most of her
looks Is a duty any girl owes to
herself.
That picking others to pieces Is
a common feminine failing, and

one that should be guarded a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst by any girl or woman who

wants to keeo her friends.

That limiting one s friend to a

small closed circle is not only

selfish, but is as harmful to those

who are shut in as to those who
are shut out.
That the little mistakes she
makes aren't nearly as important
to others as thpy are to her.

That she will never be happy

if sh? can' be satisfied with what

she has simply because someone
else has something a little bit

newer or a little bit better.

That the impo-tant thing is NOT
lo be as nearly like everyone in

the crowd as possible, but to be
herself, so that she stands out a
little from the crowd.

Megs Maid Knows The Score,
But Will Surely Never Tell

Tallest Tower
Installed Atop
Tokyo TV City'

TOKYO (UPI) Workmen in installed
stalled installed an 82-foot antenna atop

Tokyo's "Television City" tower

today, making it the tallest free

standing tower in the world.

The 1,092-foot tower stands 108

feet taller than Pans's Eiffel Tow

er, nearest competitor in its class

of structure.

The Tokyo tower rates third

among man-made structures, trail

ing a 1,610-foot supporter tower 'n
"oswell, N.M., and the 1.472-'
Empire State Building in New
York City.
The 7-million doIlar Tokyo tower
is scheduled to begin transmitting

test patterns for two local televi
sion stations next month. Ulti

mately, it will be used by five

stations.

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

By MARGARET SAVILLE
LONDON (UPI) Does Princess
Iargaret still secretly hope to

marry Peter Townsend?

There is a busy little Scotswom

an who bustles daily between St.
Jame's Palace and Clarence House,
Margaret's residence, who proba

bly knows the answer better than

anyone else.

But she isn't telling what she

knows about the celebrated ro

mancenor is she ever likely to.

The utile Scotswoman is Mrs.

Robina "Ruby" Gordon, Princess

Meg's personal maid, she has

ooked after Margaret since the

Princess was a baby. She has
watched her and the handsome
ex-RAF Group Captain since they

first met.

She is the one person who could

give the full, authentic answer to

such questions as "what really
did happen?" and does Margaret

stiu love Peter?"

"Ruby" is the vounaer sister

of Margaret MacDonald, Queer

Mizapeth s personal maid, who
began her career 30 years ago as
nursemaid to little Princess Eliza Elizabeth.
beth. Elizabeth.

At Meg s birth, Miss MacDon

ald sent for her sister from their

home in the lonely Black Isle

district of Iverness in North Scot

land, and Ruby was installed as

attendant to the Margaret Rose

She has been at the princess'

side ever since, a devoted friend

as well as a servant, and keeper

of Meg s closest secrets.

Some years back, Ruby was
quietly married to Bukingham Pa Palace
lace Palace footman Norman Gordon. So
she would not have to leave the
royal service. Queen Mother Eli

zabeth arranged for the Gordons
to have a mews apartment in St.

James Palace.
The Queen Mother even helped
them decorate and furnish the
flat.
Ruby Is almost always with
Meg, looking after her in her
pink and white apartment at
Clarence House and traveling
with her wherever she goes.
When Townsend, then demitv
master of the royal household,
first started to show interest in
the teenage princess. Ruby must
have sat in the servants' lounge
at Buckingham Palace many
times listening to domestic com comment
ment comment on the affair.

It is known that many of th

senior members of the rnval

household felt it was "not quite
the thing" for the eouerrv to be

on such familiar terms with the

King s younger daughter.

Jsut Kuby stuck by her Drincess

often acting as messenger and go go-between
between go-between for Meg and Townsend

She mailed the "secret" letters,
took the personal phone calls
from Townsend in Brussels, and
even now carries in the flowers
which Townsend sends Margaret
on her birthday, at Christmas.

and other occasions.

Ruby was in the roval ulrnlanr-

which carried Meg to Africa, im

mediately after her interest n

Peter Townsend became public

" vuocu an niutu gussip in me
summer of 1955.
She tended the Drincess a littta

later when she was prostrated
with nervous strain officially an

nounced as "a sugnt chill."
She accompanied Meg to the
country house in Sussex where
the princess and Townsend camp

to their renunciation decision af

ter a long walk in the woods.
And when Townsend returned
to Britain, earlier -this c year after
his world tour, it was Ruby who
showed him into the princess's
sitting room when he visited Cla Clarence
rence Clarence House.

Man and Boy-

Answer to

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Previous Puzzle,

MAILMEN BEWARE!
BILOXI, Miss. (UPI) Ear'h
satellites may someday put the
mailman out of business, ac according
cording according lo Army missile scientist
Friedrick Von Saurma. He said
that six satellites working to together
gether together could pick up 'he entire
mail volume of one city on re recording
cording recording device- and play it back
over another city.

If you are angry or your feel feelings
ings feelings are hurt, either cover up or
come out with your erlevance.

The person who sulks but won't

say what is the matter is a really
unnleasant character.
Anger or resentment honestly
expressed are far preferable to
sulking.

WITH FLAKO

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MAKE FRIENDS

Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor

If you hv not triad Flako, you don't
know how quickly and Maily you can
baka your own delicious pastry. With
Flako there's no measuring ... no weigh weighing
ing weighing ... no kneading. Just empty a
package in a bowl, add water, mix and
roll out I In flako, all tha ingredients
for a perfect pastry crust havt been
blended for you. This means you save
tlma and you turn out the tender,
flaky, golden pastry you always wanted.

FLAKO fh eempkf
pattry mix

Alt try Plakarh Cam Muffin Mix mn4
Flako Vanilla f up Cakt Mia.
One Flako package makes a big family family-sit
sit family-sit pi or 16 to 18 small tarU.

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The juices of 8 diftoront garden,
freth vegetable are felended into
this famous drink. Youll lov its
lively flavor, and thrlv on it
vitamin-packed goodntts. At
mealtime or between mels-V-8

gives you the refreshment
you want, and the nourish

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iMaseullne 5
appellation
5 Diminutive Of :
Daniel
8 Scandinavian
boy '
12 Guiltless
II Laconian ; '
Phyle
subdivision'
14 Body (comb,
form)
15 GoddeM
16 Kind of press
IT Bugle call
II Sitting down
SO Mutt of
astronomy
22 Simpl lyric
21 Pillar
24 Manservant
27 Thinks over
81 Angers
32 Dimensions
33 Cereal grain
34 Harden
35 Top
36 Indolent
IT Hebrew
ascetics
19 Sacred song
40 Diminutive ot
Ronald
41 River rapids
(var.)
42 Tropical fruit
45 Woodworking
machines
40 Fruit drinks
30 Narrow Inlet
32 French river
53 Unusual
54 Interest (ab.)
83 Small plot of
ground
86 God of lov
37 Indorses
(coll.)
88 Toiletry case

DOWN.

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1 Entice
2 Operatic solo
4 Cuddles
8 IlNdrcssed
6 "Honest
' Lincoln
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I Landed 3T Obscures
property 28 Soft drink
Hone color 28 High in
10 Kaffir warrior stature ?
11 Italian 10 Plant part
building 12 Photoplay
It Consume plot

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24 Holding

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device

25 War god of
Greece
26 Permits

term In

physics
28 Expunges
39 Genut of
grasses

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42 Uncovered
43 Hebrew
' month
44 Fiddling
Roman
; emperor ;
46 Sword handle
47 Son of Isaac
(Bib.)
48 Bristl (comb,
form)
51 Writing fluid

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

JOTTINGS IN PiNCIL
Tourists started throwing things
at Eddie Fisher's picture in a fa famous
mous famous Hollywood restauran.; the
management finally decided to
take down, in the interests of
preserving the crockery. .Local
gazettes missed a story when Ma Maty
ty Maty Kirk Brown was admiUd to
Doctors' Hospital under "amatlc
circumstances. The once-headlined
play-girl was best known for, her
romance with Max Baer when he
was the darting of the sports pag pages.
es. pages. v
Glamorous Lis Farraday s .re .recent
cent .recent trip to Gross Point, Mcn,
indica es that she's been welcom welcomed
ed welcomed by members of Jack Ander Anderson's
son's Anderson's monied family, and friends
expect the betrothal announcement
in the very near future. . .Jack
Webb is furious because the new
"Dragnet" show dragged in sudh
a low rating. His theory: the net network
work network didn" give it enough oubh oubh-dlty.
dlty. oubh-dlty. ."Rashamon," the Broadway-bound
play based on a prize prize-winning
winning prize-winning film, is budgeted at $150, $150,-000
000 $150,-000 a whopping sum for a non non-musical
musical non-musical show.
Vou can bank on the authenti authenticity
city authenticity of those "hip" (and slightly
risque) ges'ures used by Gary
Crosby in "Mardj O-as." Gary
takes full credit for 'their inclu inclusion,
sion, inclusion, says the direc or and noth nothing
ing nothing to do with them. .Lens
Horn is mulling an offer to do
"Jamaica", in Psris, where the
cats probably would dig. it in the
bigges' way.
Frank Sinatra may make a per personal
sonal personal appearance at the Tropica Tropica-na
na Tropica-na in Las Vegas even though he's
committed to and owns a piece
of he Sands. He's been "asked"
by boys who are hard to refuse.
. .It's funny to think of Margaret
O'Brien as too old for any par:,
but she cu-Ninlv i fr the girl
role in "Lolita," although she's
ben wldelv touted for i'.
Jimmy Dean's mail count is up
in the thousand ech week, hu
so far his favorite le'ter is a join'
communique signed by six 'moms'
who confessed: "Your, 'how came
on and suddenly we U ot auiet.
And if you can get six ladles to
stop talk'nc vou must b god."
. .Lee Philips, who plsyed a
prominent role omvwlt Lns Tur Turner
ner Turner in "Peyton Place," Is being
givn the pavf-ho n- wh Cent".
ry-Fox on Oc. Oct. 15. But there's
a i"ilve- I'ning: Column! TMeftw
will put him on salary the very
nev dv.
There's a sllgh difference of
onlnlon between Jr.' Rtn
the movU moguls about the cine cinema
ma cinema handling n' "Sty. Darling" Darling"-Jule
Jule Darling"-Jule wants to retain the mood
hat md 'he W a P'dw-v
hit (and he's right), while he
film fe'lo"'! Hream of b'g produc production
tion production numbers.
Timm" Ever'1' of "T usrk
At the-Ton of the Sa-s" i won won-!nc
!nc won-!nc F" 'or 'vhn'" hit Bro-'-Wov
with h T-lnHsay-rfnire com com-pdv,
pdv, com-pdv, "TH Snry.". ,T'' ou'
are closin in on F.ric Knights.
bututoie b' maniop' K K-on
on K-on anrl Hrw woonlii
judipnee liv.rugi h's Ju
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R'uHpnt Prince" 'he pun- M'H
Plavh"- n M"'hurn.- N.J. -T
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Bv amjrOfAp-Bv W RrWt b Lost
Ceinn." N"rth Csrnlin.
rVrv!iiiv hr!s 8 Nr
ope r-jorj Mottnmry ws k'1 k'1-Aif
Aif k'1-Aif wfcn he Md w.Sov r--er
In cuent Issue 't he'll
!!st D'nah Sho-e o! rV tr
his seacon, hacause "she's work work-In"
In" work-In" toi hsrd."
A ynun actor Irving out in
Vw V""' I'op" 'he "iiw"
of Tlnco'i Tnnnel'. We oeh' n
if Wflli'nvnnd hot!"' r""-1
Wishing in Bridge. .John Ox Ox-borne.
borne. Ox-borne. attpndin the repfrs"1"
hist hlrd Broadwsv effort, "F.ni "F.ni-taph
taph "F.ni-taph for Gewge Dillon," revealed
tha hi next protect will be a
.musical which he'll finance. ,

There's talk that Oscar Levant's
wildly Irreverent television show
will be brought east.
Silent Night, Holy Night depart
menu Ralph Gin;burg's book, "An
Unhurried View of Brolica," is
being offered for Christmas giving
at 40 per cent off the list price a
you order a gross. .Lance K K-ventlow
ventlow K-ventlow certainly does lead a sim simple
ple simple life. Just the otYr day h
crated up his $30,000 caira"b, ship shipped
ped shipped it by van to the Vaca Valley
road races,; and then .'flew ther
in 'his 'own plane from' Los Ange Angeles.
les. Angeles. (Doesn't everybody?)
Crooner Tommy Sands' date at
the Spindletop.Jwas Jon Staley.
She sings, too. London should
be well decorated this week, with
beauties arriving from all over
to participate in the Miss World
contest. And as a possible bonus,
one British rumor predicts a vis visit
it visit from Mrs. Bing Crosby in the
near future; an English film pro producer
ducer producer claims to have her under
contract and says he'U cast her
in an upcoming flicker.
Hilton stock should go up as
soon as the hotel firm announce
its entry Into the motel business.
. .The weapon with which th
Rev. Martin Luther King was stab stabbed
bed stabbed a few days ago can be bought
at any Broadway novelty shop.
It's a popular accessory with th
beatnicks.

Mafotefktezt

BY MRS. MURUIL LAWRENCI
On i he phone the bright imper impersonal
sonal impersonal volte oi our younga,er's
sixth grade teacher says, "Could
you cume io see me aae.- school
tomorrow? There's a little prob problem
lem problem oi b.eveirs i o UKe to iauc o o-ver
ver o-ver with you."
After a moment we ask, "What
sort of problem, Miss Barnes?"
'One that I'd preier to uiscuss
wim 0u piU'UMu, Aiibs Barnes
says to firmly thai we agree to
the interview and hang up.
The palms oi our nanus have
broken out into a ligh. mist of
sweai. Uur mou.n lets ary. Un Under
der Under our breastbone, anxiety is fus fusing
ing fusing l.selt lii.o tut; ia minar, resist
ing lump of tension.
We sleep badly. The next day
S. even's problem turns out to b
evasion 6i lines on some overdu
schodTllbrary books. Relieved, w
promise to uo .ome.hing about it
and forget all about those wt.

ing pami.., me tension under our

DreasiDone, our restless night.
This is wasteful of ua.
For the sign of anxiety havt
told us some. ning we need to
know about ourselves. They hav
told us that we are a mother who
feels obliged to produce a prob prob-lemless
lemless prob-lemless cnild; They've told Us that
the merest sugges.ion that Steven
Isn't functioning periectiy had the
power to make us feel attacked
and helpless.
By forget Ing those painful symp symptoms,
toms, symptoms, we are evading important
knowledge abut ourselves.
Unless we register the fact
that we cannot produce prob prob-lemless
lemless prob-lemless child', we may go on for
year responding with anxiety ev ev-e7.tim
e7.tim ev-e7.tim Seven gives evidenc
of on, if anyone criticizes him,
our pridt ia his fsul'leisneti will
fore us to react with fear and
resentment. When he's. rude,
Obedient or deceitful toward us,
th pride will compel us to find
excuses for him and teach him
to start finding them far him himself.
self. himself. ; ;
So we'd bet'e" "ft on lo wit
that resisting lump under lh
breatuouu ...5 i.lly rtsisling
yes erdsy our self-imposid obliga obligation
tion obligation io produce ft pmec child.
W need to see the connection
be ween our sweating palms and
Mi- i Barnes' hint that S.even had
a lUtte problem.
Anxic'y is not something to for forget,
get, forget, it is tor us.



THURSDAY, OCTOM M. I95t

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Newcomers Meetli Held -- -;:
In Baraitram tUtidance

Final preparations a trip to
Porto fiello lor iht Featival of
the Black Christ were made at the

October board meeting of the

Atlantic-aide Newcomera' Club in
the home of Mra. J. Borgstrom at

Fort.Gulick.

Reiervationi for the trip must

be made by Friday. Interested

TMrcnn art lirireri th call Mri. R

McClean at Coco Solo 262. the

boat will leave the C r 1 1 1 e b a I

Yacht Club at 2 p.m. next Tues
day and will return after mid
nifht.

Ladiea planning to make the trip

are reminded to wear low anoes,
head acarves, light Jacketi and

pedal pushers. Those, planning to

enter the church Mould Drug a

tkirt to wear. Coffee and water
will be available on the boat, but
the travelers should bring their

own lunch.

Attending the board meeting

were Mrs. w. Relnheimer, r Mrs.
R. McClean, Mrs. A. May.j Mrs.
D. Keelean, Mrs, J. frailer," Mfs

J. Borgstrom, Mrs. S, Duree, Mrs
D. Roane, Mrs. F. Lesovsky, Mrs,
A. Barsi and Mrs. L. Clark.
New members who were accept

ed include Mrs. William Gillespie,

Mrs. Theodore Brown, Mrs, D
Eelinton of Coco Solo: Mrs. Bar

bara Kloe and Mrs. Irania Lant
of Fort Davis; Mrs. Jacqueline

Boniface. Mrs. Louise Hyatt nd

Mrs. Virginia Craig, of Fort Gultck

Mrs. Ruth Pinknam of Margarita.
The semt annual installation

luncheon has been planned for

October 23 at 1 p.m. at the Fort
Gulick Officers' Klub. Cocktails
will be served at 12:80. Final re-

Floods, Landslide
Block Mexico's
Links With States

MEXICO CITY, Oct. 16 (UPI)
Floods and a landslide have
blocked the highway linking
Mexico City with 4he border
towns of Nuevo Laredo and Ma Ma-tamoros,
tamoros, Ma-tamoros, it was announced to today.
day. today. The trouble resulted from the
torrential rains which drenched
north-eastern Mexico this week,
partially flooding Matamoros
and Reynosa. A landslide near
Pachuca blocked the highway to
, Nuevo Laredo.

servations for the luncheon must
be received by next Monday.
Dance At Stranger's Club ..-
-A "high time"' dance to raise
proceeds for the poor is planned
lor Saturday evening by the Ami Ami-gas
gas Ami-gas de la Caridad. The dance will
begin at 9 p.m. at the Strangers'
Club in Colon.
Proceeds from the dance will be
used by the organizations to pro provide
vide provide gifts for the poor of the Co Colon
lon Colon area at Christmas time.

Little' League

Boys 9, Girls 6

The stork took a day off last
week and although 15 babies
were born at Oorgas Hospital
during the' week ending Monday,
October 1$, no births took place
on Sunday, according to the
regular hospital report.
During the same period, 164
patients were admitted and 175
were discharged.
Parents of boys born during
the week are Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Childers, of curundu; Sgt. and
Mrs. R. E, Riess, of Quarry
Heights; YN3 and Mrs. J. Wm.
Rejuney, of Cocoli; Sfc. and
Mrs. C Griffin, Jr., of Kobbe;
SSgt. and Mrs. H. L. Hlllyftrd,
of Locona; Sfc and Mrs. H. Gai Gai-tambide.
tambide. Gai-tambide. of Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs.

A. "Williams, of Carrasquilla, R.
p.; A1C and Mrs. D; p. Porter,
of Locona: and A1C and Mrs.
D. G. Taylor, of Locona.

Girls were born to Dr. and

Mrs. E. E. Selles, of Diablo: Mr.

and Mrs. j;Whiteiaw, Jr., of cu

rundu; Mr. and Mrs. F. Garcia,
of Curundu; SSgt. and Mrs. M.

R. Nolla, of Albrook; Mr. ana
Mrs. E. S. Warren, of Paraiso;
and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Gonza Gonzalez,
lez, Gonzalez, of Panama.

UNCOVER ANCIENT TOOLS
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) Work Workmen
men Workmen digging a canal at East Ghor
in northern Jordan have uncov uncovered
ered uncovered stone tools and mud looms
dating back o the B-onze Age.
more than 3,000 years before
Christ, the government said today.

Former Moscow School Marm
Is Becoming Americanized

fo

ri, .. ,.(

WALSENBURG, Co. (UPD (UPD-Mrs.
Mrs. (UPD-Mrs. John Sandor. a Walsenbure
housewife spoke English with all
the confidence in the world.
It was hard to believe she was
a Moscow school teacher named
Viktoria Katsorava only a few
months ago.
"I drank milk all the time when
I came here. I couldn't eat Amer American
ican American food, it was so rich," she
"'Now I can eat it, but I still
can't cook It. All I can make is
hot dogs and beans."
Viktoria married Pueblo, Colo.,
attorney John Sandor in Russia
last November after a trans-Atlantic
courtship of nearly two
years.
After fighting American and
Red red tape for six months, the
couple finally arrived at Sandor's
home in Walsenburg, a town of
6,000, last May.
"A little town is pleasant but
I don't intend to live here al always,"
ways," always," Mrs. Sandor said.
"We will move to a city where
there Is a university and I hope
to teach Russian. I taught Amer American
ican American in Russia'. Perhaps We will
move to Denver. I like Denver,"
she laid.
Mr. and Mrs. Sandor made- a
whirlwind tour of the United
States during the summer. They
saw New York, Minnesota, Loui Louisiana,
siana, Louisiana, Texas.
"I loved Minnesota." Mrs. San Sandor
dor Sandor enthused. "There is is like

Sweden and Denmark, which I
like most of all.''
The young woman marveled at
the bigness and variety of Amer American
ican American super markets and dep&rt-'
ment stores.
But she hasn't bought a ;.ack
dress yet.
'il didn't even try one," she
said. "I think 1 am not created
for the sack dress."
She was surprised that Ameri American
can American women spend so much time
at home.
"Married women in Russia

work, but here, they take care of

their babies. I think it is better
here," Mrs. Sandor said.
She was distressed, however, at
the lack of "cultural amusements"
in America.
"There is so little cultural inter interest
est interest here, she said. "I was shock shocked
ed shocked that Denver had no permanent
theater. In Russia, such a town
would have five theaters, maybe
more.
"Russians read much, especial especially
ly especially translations of treat writers of
Other languages. But Americans
watch television."
Mrs. Sandor said people in A
merica had been curious about
her, but very good to her. She has
liked Americans everywhere, she
said, but is also a little homesick.
"I miss my home and my moth mother
er mother and my friends," she confess confessed.
ed. confessed. "I will go back to see them
perhaps not this year, but cer certainly
tainly certainly the next year."

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CORNER
By BARBARA ELICH
First off, congratulations to the

Junior College football team on
their game with CHS last Friday
nieht.

Thev dayed a great brand of fool

ball and gave meaning to that

old saying (slightly paraphrased),
"Never Underestimate the under

dog." Here's hoping that history

will repeat Itself, or better, this
coming Friday night at 7 when
CZ.IC meets BHS on the gridiron.
All you JC fans, how about plan

ning to attend? Join the cheerins
section that will establish itself in
front of the JC 'n if yon wint

to help make with the yells. See

you there!
AH students of C7JC are Invit

ed to a "bonfire rallv" to be hela

at the Dinhlo Gym Thursday nigh'

at 7. Cookies and soft drinks wil'

be served. Be s"re to bring your
spirit to this rallv for the me

between czju ana bus tne follow
ing night.
To move to the more feminine
Me of f soo'ts nieture: Helen
Nita's volleyball team is out in

vomNwith a utandint; of 7 to 1.

Cantain Nita s modest comment
was. "Well. Crolyn CornN team
is running a close second."
Memo o all you orilliant unfl
not-so-brilliant scholars mid
semester examination! start the
week of Nov. 3. fBut, Mr. Bowen.

how was I to know our exam

wn'ild he today?)

Familiar scenes around JC:

Noon chorus soundin hetter and
better esrh day. .Certain mem-

her of Mr. T.ee' osycholoev class
looking dazed aer receiving the
dav'a'faets. .The lounee hleh

wide and onen foermanently, we
ovV BUI riolund counting his
dav's "tave" 'rom th coVe ma-

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to their national convention in New york next month. Gov. W, E. Potter (center, front row) met the agents as did Capt. W. S. Rodimon, Director of the Ma

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FOOTBALL QUEEN GETS HAM Kathy Cox, Balboa High
School Football Queen receives a, ham donated by Bill Swenson,
locaL Swift Company representative. The ham is among the
many' prizes to be offered at the'Teen Fair Saturday and Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Another ham donated By Armour Company will be a prize
offered on the second flight.

REGISTRATION
BEGINNERS BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES
(Medal Croup)
WIRZ STUDIO Thur. & Fri. Oct. 22 Si 23rd.
Next to K of C Balboa from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Classes for all ages from 6 years to 19 years old.
LEARN OUR NEW DANCES
FREEZE THE CHICKEN MAMBO BOOGIE CHA-LYPSO
with "Aerial Lifts & Flips", "Modern Jaax" & "Boogie
Brakes" along with "Rhythm". "Phrasing" Styling and
"Self Assurance", "Become part of our TV Shows"
"CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS" SPECIALIST
Special 24 Vi hour lessons $12.00 including Jamboree Party
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PREPARATIONS for the United Fund kickoff shows included a check of the Balboa Theater
stage by the roller skating act, "Los Carloni" (center) one of the group of top notch per performers
formers performers gotten together for the kickoff by Bob Johnson and the Canal Zone Theater Guild."
Shown with "Los Carloni" are Johnson, chairman of the show committee and Arm- Pre
Hal Ooodnough and Kathy Wilber, MC's for the shows. The 1958 United Fund campaign
is for $125,000 for 17 agencies.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS
. Dr. W. H. Grant and Dr. H. G. Foster have
moved their dental office from Ancon to Balboa,
Building No. 72 1 -X.
The new location is in the building behind the
Optical Section and adjoins the Balboa Commissary
Parking Area.
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By TREVOR SIMONS
Going strictly by the book, the Athletic Club
gridderg go into Mount Hope Stadium tonight an
overwhelming favorite to defeat Cristobal High and
maintain their undefeated status in the 1958 football

season.
The games scheduled against
Athletic Club, of course, are not
counted in the interscholastic race
that features, CHS, BHS and JC,
but to all C.Z. footballer a clean
sweep of all their games is, natu naturally
rally naturally much more desirable.
The A.C. Rams already have
one victory to their credit, a 7 to
0 affair against Balboa a week
agoTln that contest the Rams
pulled out from what appeared to
be headed for a scoreless tie when
Bill Rankin intercepted a pass by
Joe Reynolds on the Balboa 20
yard line and raced the rest of
the way for the score.
The A.C. backfield is loaded
with talent and always danger dangerous
ous dangerous break-away runners. Carl Tut Tut-tie,
tie, Tut-tie, who gained 52 yards in 13
tries for A.C. against the Bulldogs
Is one of the speediest backs oper operating
ating operating locally. Bill Rankin and Joe
Cicero are another pair of flash flashes
es flashes and big Bob Morris, who pract
lcally bulled his way though the
Bulldog line last Thursday, boasts
42 yards gained in 8 tries.
Jack Corrigan does the quarter quarter-backing
backing quarter-backing for the more experienced
Rams. He already has completed
a pair of important passes for the
C Z pace-setters and his educated
punts have already saved the
Rams from threats aeainst their
superiority. Corrigan did not show
too well in the Jamboree and the
A.C. took a back seat to Balboa.
But in the AC-Balboa contest at
Balboa, Corrigan picked up a to total
tal total of 29 yards and more often
than once booted A,C. out of
trouble. Most notable was his kick
in the fourth quarter that ook
A.C. off the ropes. The punt went
from the A.C. end zone to the Bull Bull-dos
dos Bull-dos 30 yard line.
The Tigers will, more than like likely
ly likely try a change in offense in an
f f o r t to break into the win
column. In Cristobal's scoreless
tie against the under-rated 3. C.
last Friday, only Kieth Kuhg
managed to make yardage. The
Cristobal halfback totaled lOfi
yards in 23 carries and threw 6
passes none of which were com completed.
pleted. completed. Ruling averaged 4.8 yards per
carry but the rest of the back back-field
field back-field practiclly had a night off
which failed to keen the .T.C. de defense
fense defense honest. Don Humphrey,
Tnh BAc.nun and Genrsp Cotton
are all threats to the defense of
anv team nd given more oopon oopon-unity
unity oopon-unity tonight, might prove too
much for the favored A.C.
Cristobal's defense was near ex excellent
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also has a problem at one of the
end positions.
Jose Crooks is comfortably plant
ed at right end and the current
leading candidate for the other
is now Dewey Whitaker, a com
Dination halfback and end with
plenty of football sense and a
strong wall on defense.
Cristobal's guards and tackles
are a power of strength with Don
Bruce, Russ Favorite, Wally Woo
druif and Brian Lutz. Jon Peter
son's slight wrist injury weakens
Cristobal s reserve strength on
the line, but a couple of other
strong boys, Donald Bonneau in
particular and Pete Ender are
battling to get into the fray to
night.
Football
Schedule
FRIDAY
Penn State at Boston University
Richmond at George Washington
SATURDAY
East
Virginia at Army
Baldwin-Wallace at Buffalo
Harvard at Columbia
Maine at Connecticut
Holy Cross at Darmouth
Temple at Lafayette
Delaware at New Hampshire
Brown at Pennsylvania
West Virginia at Pittsburgh
Colgate at Princeton
Massachusetts at Rhode Island
Vermont at Rochester
Bucknell at Rutgers
Nebraska at Syracuse
Wake Forest at Villanova
Cornell at Yale
.a... fOUTH
Virginia Tech at Florida State
Vanderbilt at Florida
Wofford at Furman
Auburn at Georgia Tech
Kentucky at Louisiana State
Citadel at Memphis St.te
Arkansas State at Mississippi
State
Hardin-Simmons at Mississippi
Tulane versus Navy at Norfolk,
Virginia
Maryland at North Carolina
Virginia Military at Tampa
Alabama at Tennessee
North Carolina State at William
and Mary
MIDWEST
Louisville at Dayton
Colorado at Iowa State
Missouri at Kansas State
Oklahoma at Kansas
Roston College at Marquette
Illinois at Minnesota
Michiga.i at Northwestern
Duke at Notre Dame
Indiana at Ohio State
Miami of Ohio at Ohio University
Colorado Mines at Omaha
MicHigan State at Purdue
Iowa at Wisconsin
Detroit at Xavier of Ohio
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma State at Houston
Arizona at New Mexico
Rice at Southern Methodist
Texas Christian at Texas A and M
Baylor at Texas Tech
Drake at Tulsa
Trinity of Texas at West Texas
State
Arkansas at Texas
FAR WEST
San Jose State at Arizona State of
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North Texas State at Brigham
Young
Colorado State College at Colora Colorado
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Wyoming at Colorado State Uni Uni-ver'tv
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Orpon State at Idaho
Idaho State at Montana State
Utah State at Montana
Washington State at Oregon
infinnsi' at College of Pacific
California "at Southern California
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Denver at Utah
U-C-L-A at Washington
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Another amateur boxlnK smok
er will h held tonlEht at the
Panama National Gym on "A"
Avenue across the street from
the Panama National Guard
headquarters.
The six-bout program pits
some of Panama City's best am
ateur boxers against each oiner.
The card:
Manuel Moreno versus Carlos
Real at 105 pounds.
Rolando Ruiz vs. Meiquio.es
Vallejo, 112 lbs.
Angel Ayala vs. poricy uonza-
lez, 118 lbs.
Antonio Morgan vs. Aurelio
Belgrado, 119 lbs.
Victor Cruz vs. ureaio Torres,
126 lbs.
Carlos cantillo vs. Salvador
Melendez, 126 lbs.
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To Begin Workouts
Saturday Morning
nf th om1a Sugar
Kings Panama Professional base baseball
ball baseball team who have been signed
locally will work out at tne uiym uiym-pic
pic uiym-pic Stadium Sunday morning at
10:30, coach Godwin Moore an announced
nounced announced today.
Moore is in charge oi tne aquau
ninn arrival nf manaeer-eatch-
pmuus ...... 1
er Les Peden, who along with
general manger Kaui Arango ji.,
is recruiting the rest of the club
in the U.S.
Players who will be out for
Sunday's drills include pitchers Vi Vi-bert
bert Vi-bert Clarke, Alberto (Mamavila)
Osorio and Stanley Arthur; and
infielder-outfielders Elias Osorio
and Oliver Hardy.
Mnnn will ilsn look over sever
al hopefuls from the amateur
ranks who expeci 10 necomt piu
during the coming season which
gets underway Nov. 19.
Former star Spur Cola outfielder
Granville Gladstone and one-time
Chesterfield first baseman out outfielder
fielder outfielder Dave Roberts, both Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian residents in the U.S., are
expected to arrive to join the
Sugar Kings snowy, v t
Beverly Hanson
Tops Women Pros
In Money Earned
AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI) Beverly
Ann Hanson of Indio, Calif., who
used to write headlines before she
started making them, emerged
as (he top wage earner among
the nation's women golfers this
year with purses totalling $12,639.
Although she won only two
tournaments, the bespectacled
former newspaperwoman finished
in the money in each of the 25
events on the Ladies Professional
Golfers' Assn. tour."
Four other women earned more
than $11,000 this year.
Marlene Bauer Hagge of Del Del-ray
ray Del-ray Beach, Fla., placed second
with $11,890. She was followed in
order by Louise Suggs of Atlanta,
($11,862). Mickey Wright of San
Diego, Calif., $11,775) and Fay
Crocker of Montevideo, Uruguay
($11,570).
Miss Wright lead in tournament
victories with five, including the
Women's Open and the LPGA
championship. Miss Suggs, last
year's leading money winner,
walked off with four champion championships.
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TROPHY WINNER Ernesto de la Guardia in, president of
the Club de Yates y Pesca, Panama, presenting Charles Aber Aber-nathy,
nathy, Aber-nathy, winner of the 14 ft. class motor boat race Sept. 28, 1958,
with the beautiful Jansen trophy and other prizes shown in
picture. Carlos Navarro, one of the judges, is In background.
Abernathy was driving one of the fibreglass boats he hopes to
manufacure in Panama next year. The boat was powered by
a 35 H.P. Evlnrude "Lark." Several times the speedometer
showed 38 M.P.H. on the straight away.

MAJOR L.IAOUI
Ttami W L
R. C. Ne-Hi IT
Fuerza Y Lus 14 6
Wynn Friction Proofing 11 9
Seymour Agency 10 10
Lucky Strike 0 11
Pan Imperial TVi 12W
Pan Am Jets T U..
H.I. Homa Co. 4V4 154
RC Ne-Hi S Pusrii y Lus 1
The two top teams of the loop
collided and when the storm was
over tne hu jNe-ni s openea me
gap and pulled away from the
runnerups. The Fuerza y Luz
Kilowatts opened tne nigni wixn
a win, but' their power was shut
off and the Soft drink bowlers
walked away with the three re
maining points. In a nutshell, the
outcome may be attributed to the
fact that the Ne-Hi's had three
500 bowlers and FaL only one.
The middle game for both team teammates
mates teammates was a headache, especial
ly for the Kilowatts, whose all
scores were in the 140's with a
724 total. Ne-Hi had 762. Bill COf-
fev was sigh man for both squads
with 555 and who had the only two
hundred game, a 210.
Ne-Hi: Leidner 45, Klumpp 444,
ballen 502, Kalin 505, Coffey 555.
FaL: Gleichman 503, Fernandez
470, Tarr 405, Winquist 476, Fist-
noch 472.
Wynn Friction Proofing 1
Pan Imperial 1
Wynn Friction Proofing contin
ued their wynning ways, picking
up three points in their ract for
the top position, Despite one of
their starts, Art Graham being
absent the Wynn Keglers did a
workmanslike job on the Pan Im
npi' al Bakers who did manage to
raise one point. The four Wunns
present hit over 500 with George
Bell being tops with 569.
For the Breadmakers, Ted Al
britton flashed good form in get
ting his 549. This match produced
plenty of 200 games. Amato 216
Bell 212 Burgoon 201 and Albritton
215.
Wynn: Dube 514, Hinely 529,
Amato 543, Blind 468, Bell 569.
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:05
Lee J. Cobb Gla Scala
"THE GARMENT JUNGLE"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Victor Mature Diana Dors
"THE LONG HAUL"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Glenn Pord Jeanne Craln
"FASTEST GUN ALIVE"
GATUN 7:00
Belinda Lee, Michael Brooke
"THE SECRET PLACE
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:15
Clark Gable Lana Turner
"HONKY TONK?
(Repeat Run)
PARAISO 7:00
"THE JUNGLE" and
"ASSASSIN FOR HIRE"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"WOMAN IN TOE
DRESSING GOWN"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"DANGEROUS MILLIONS"
and "HIGHWAY 13"

Pan Impenal Burgoon 499, La-

beau 404, Prusinowskl 493, Albrit
ton 549, Kunkel 515.
Seymour Agency 3 Lucky Strike 1
Seymour took the measure of
the Lucky Strike when they rolled
three decent eames. desmtn the
fact that the Smokers captured
one point. Ted Schmidt starred
for the Seymours with a 608 ser series
ies series which included a 232 and 214
lines. The 232 came in the middle
game in which Seymour reached
a 985 total. But Ted's 232 took se second
cond second place to Bob Morrows of
Lucky Strike 234. The latter coupl-
eu wun jrepe uamian's 200 helped
the Lucky Strikes to pull the last
game out of the fire.
Seymour: Boyer 530. Hassler
547, Bates 468, Schmidt 608, Soyst-
er 303. A,ucKy airiKe: Soto 475,
Morrow 552, Metzger 455, Lut Lut-tenberger
tenberger Lut-tenberger 491, Daiman 535.
Pan Am Jets 4 H. I. Homa 0
Smarting under last week's drub drubbing,
bing, drubbing, the Pan Am .Jets bent their
fury on the H. I. Homa Contra Contra-ors
ors Contra-ors and administered a 4 to 0
drubbing to the last place team.
In defense of the Homas they
were handcuffed by a blind of 139
and lost the first game by 19
sticks.
denial Ted Melanson was all
fired up for the Pan Am Jets in
blasting 607 series which includ included
ed included 200 and 214 games. For the
Homas, Bud Balcer recovered
ome of the gound he lost last
week by tabDing a 114 series,
which included a 246 single.
Others that hit over 200, were
Lowande 210 and Jamison 213.
Pan Am Jets: Lowahde 576.
lVoss 182, Melason 607, Lane 552,
runa evv. noma: unarters 498,
Schneider 551, Blind 417, Thomas
u, jDitiuer 014.
So you think you aire good dept.
I wo weeks ago Don Carter's
team in Saint Louis rolled a 3535
series in which the low man had
a 673. Ray Bluth was tops with
733, Bill Lillard 720, Don Carter
719, Tom Hennessey 673 and Pat
Patterson 690. This is the nation's
highest score of the season andi;
cAj:ii give ii gooa cnance 10
stana up lor the balance ot the
year.
UPI Major College
Football Ratings
NEW YORK (UPI-The United
Press International major college
football -ratings, (with first-place
votes and won-lost records i
parentheses):
Teem
Pein.s
308
271
244
242
1. Army (14) (30)
2. Auburn (10) (3-0)
3. Wisconsin (5) (3-0)
4.,'Ohio State (3) (3-0)
5..Michjgan State (1) (2-0-1)
6. Navy (3-0)
T. Texas (1) (4-0)
8. Mississippi (4-0)
-9. Louisiana (1) (4-0)
10. Noire Dame (21)
183
114
111
91
86
63
- 11. Oklahoma, 58; 12, Clemson,
39; i 13. Iowa, 36; 14, OregonV22;
15, (tie), Colorado and Purdue,
13veacb;-T7i College of Pacific,
11; 18, Pittsburgh, 7; 9 ,(tie),
Northwestern and Michigan, 4
each.
WILL HOST SOCCER
NEW YORK (UPI) Madison
Square Garden will host soccer
for the first time since 1941 when
the American Soccer League pre presents,
sents, presents, a. seven team card on
Nov. 12. '

y OSCAR PRALIY
NW YORK (UPI) Casey

Stengel, the highest paid manag manager
er manager in baseball history, picked the
New York Yankees to repeat
again in- 1959 when he signed a
new two-year contract Wednesday
at a salary which could exceed
$100,000 year.
Shrugging off retirement, the
68-year-old Yankee skipper who
recently led the team to its ninth
American League pennant and
seventh, world championship dur during
ing during his 10-year tenure signed his
sixth two-year pact calling for an
estimated $80,000 a year plus
bonus.
"If I didn't think we would win
again I wouldn't have signed this
piece of paper," be sata.
Wants Pitchar and Outfielder
Then, in a quick rundown of his
team, Stengel said he would "take
any food pitcher and an outfield outfielder"
er" outfielder" in a move to strengthen the
club. He emphasized, however,
that left fielder Norm Siebern a
fielding goat of the recent World
Series and catcher-outfielder Els
ton Howard definitely were among
those not on the trading block.
"But some of our, players bet
ter not fool -around too much or
we will trade them," Stengel
warned sternly in naming Joe Di
Maggio, Yogi Berra and Hank
Bauer in that order as the
three most valuable Yankees of
the past decade because of ability
and bustle.
The Chicago White Sox, because
of the managerial ability of Al
Lopez, look like the top Yankee
competition next year, Stengel
summed up as he prepared to
leave Thursday by plane for his
Glendale, Calif., home.
"And anybody who is interested
in dealing can contact (general
manager George) Weiss first without-
bothering me," he said. "I
run the club on the field and I
also say whether I want an indiv individual
idual individual on the club. But I don't
have the time to waste dicker dickering."
ing." dickering." Talks About Retirement
Weiss, and Dan Topping, a co-
owner of the team with Del Webb,
and with whom Stengel was re
ported to have had differences of
late, leading to speculation that
he might retire, listened quietly as
Stengel spoke garrulously on any
and all subjects. Their1 only com comment
ment comment was that they were "mighty
happy" that Stengel had decided
to remain with the club and at attempt
tempt attempt to break his tie with Joe
McCarthy for the record of man managing
aging managing seven world championship
clubs.
In speaking of retirement, Sten Stengel
gel Stengel explained:
"It's a situation in which you
have to decide how far you want
to go in baseball. The question
comes up, when should I retire
from baseballe Then it cdmes
down to one thing. The Yankee
management and Weiss wanted
me to manage the ball club.
"If I thought I was going to be
sick or something, I wouldn't man
age. And I have to admit that I
am getting at an age where I
could get sick overnight."
But the lure of shooting for a
record eighth world championship,
the independent wealthy Stengel
admitted, was too much to resist.
Emil Lence To Try
To Stage Heavy
Title Bout In Jan.
NEW YORK (UPI) Promoter
Emil Lence said today he will try
to stage a heavyweight title fight
at Madison Square Garden in Jan
uary or February, despite Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night's official announcement
that there will be no such bout
at the punch emporium this win winter.
ter. winter. Lence stressed there had been
no split between himself and Cus
D Ama o, manager of champion
rioya Patterson.
"Negotiations
far Patterson to
defend at the Garden on Dec. 5
or Dec. 12 were terminated yes
terday by D'Amato,"the promot
er admitted. "But that was be
cause D'Amato refused to let Pat
terson fight on home television
Dec. 5, and because there wasn't
rime to arrange for nation-wide
theatre TV facilities by Dec. 12."
Chairman Julius Helfand of (he
New York State Athletic Commis Commission
sion Commission announced Tuesday night.
' there will not be a heavyweight
cnampionship contest at Madison
Square Garden this winter as I
had hoped there would be.
Sports Briefs
NAMED HEAD COACH
KING'S POINT, N. Y. (UPI) (UPI)-Jack
Jack (UPI)-Jack Laub, f o r m e r freshman
coach of the University of Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, has been named head
basketball coach at the United
States Merchant Marine Aca Academy.
demy. Academy. Laub played his college
ball at CCNY and Cincinnati.
NAME CONVENTION SITS
MIAMI. Fla. (UPI) The Na-
tional Association of Slate Racing
Commissioners will hold their 1959
annual convention in New York
City from May 31 through June
4. John R. Ring, president of the
association, announced lha nead
quarters will be in the .Waldorf .Waldorf-Astoria
Astoria .Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. ," i i

Editor! CONRADO

Three-Way Tie Highlights

Amador Qualifying Round

A three-way tie between Maior
General Charles L. Sasher. Tom
Jacks and Captain Jay V. Rus
sell nighiitnted the qualifying
round of the 1958 Fort Amador
golf champions. All three fired
low net scores of 64.
To determine the winner of the
medalist trophy,- which will be
awarded on Nov. 16, an' 18-hole
playoff was scheduled to be held
this afternoon at 1:30- o'clock.-
On Monday the first round of
the club tournament will get un-
aerway as goiters in the cham
pionship flight and seven .other
nights tee off. A second snd third
elimination round will follow.' The
finals are scheduled to be held on
November 16. The pairings far
the opening round of the tourna
ment are;
ChamnionshiD flight:
Jacks vs Haeilbronner. Watson
vs Wright, Russell vs Miller, Jd
Cullotigh vs Bevington, Dasher vs
Beall,' Annacharico vs J. Terry,
micks vs Moore, Raymond vs A.
j ones.
First-fliffht: Tell TnT
Lombroja vs Duffus, Bauman vs
aianawytcn, -Koran vs uaitro,
Cavitt vs Chavez, Lewter vs Bowd Bowd-en,
en, Bowd-en, Emerson vs Perantie, Terry H
vs Hooberry.- I

McMurtry

Chuvalo Hea

, : . . .
Battle Of Similar Young Men

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Pat Mc
Murtry of Tacoma, Wash., and
George Chuvalo of Toronto are
two very similar young men.
Each of these heavyweights,
who meet in Madison Square
Garden tomorrow night, has a
dream of fighting for the heavy
weight championship ot tne worm.
Neither is marked around the
eyes or ears with the stamp of
his trade: neither has ever been
knocked .down and .both, of them,
work as a pick and shovel man
on a construction gang.
The similarity ends there.
Chuvalo is a tearing, ripping
Croatian who prefers to bang
away in the Rocky Marciano
manner. He appears shorter than
his 6 feet, 1 inch, because of his
broad, bullish build and he con
tends with quiet brashness that
despite i. 14-bout pro career he
is ready right now for Floyd
Patterson.
Prefers Outside Boxing
older than his Canadian rival, is
a rangy 6 leet, l inch former
Marine who admits that while. he
can work in close he prefers to
Dox outside and "cut 'em up."
"My idol was Gene Tunnev."
McMurtry says of the Shakes
peare-reading Marine who won
the heavyweight title from Jack
Dempsey. I hope I can do as
well as Tunney did."
One thing sure, the pleasant pleasant-speaking
speaking pleasant-speaking McMurtry has both the
experience and the insoiration.
Father of a 3-year-old daughter
ana a z-year-oia son, he began
boxing against his brother under

Army, Auburn, Wisconsin
Picked To Win Saturday

'NEW YORK (UPI) Army;
the. nation's top ranked college
football team, is rated a 27-point
favorite ove Virginia next Satur Saturday
day Saturday while Auburn, the No. 2
team, is a seven point pick oyer
Georgia Tech.
Wisconsin, rated No. 3 national nationally
ly nationally and tops in the Midwest, is
a seven point choice over Iowa
in the Midwest's regionally tele televised
vised televised game.
Auburn will be seeking to run
the nation's longest major college
winning streak to 18 games.
Ohio Sta e, rated four:h, is a 20'
point favorite over Indiana, fifth-
ranked Michigan State is rated
six over Purdue in a battle ; of
Big 10 powerhouses; sixth-ranked
Navy is 14 over Tulane; seventh seventh-(ranked
(ranked seventh-(ranked Texas is 14 over Arkansas,
ninth-ranked Louisiana State is 13
over Kentucky, and 10th ranked
Notre Dame is 13 over Duke.
Penn State is favored by 13
over Boston university In the
East's regionally-televised game.
The week's odds on t h e r
major games:
East: Harvard vs. Columbia
even; Pennsylvania 3 oven oven-Brown;
Brown; oven-Brown; Yale 3 over Cornell: Holy
Cross 6 over Dartmouth; Prince Princeton
ton Princeton 10 over Colgate; Pittsburgh
13 over West Virginia.
south: Florida state vs. Vlr.
jr'nia Tech. even: North Carolina
State uver William and Mary;

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their father's, guidance when he
was six years old.

we boxed each other on pro professional
fessional professional fight eards", he grins, 1'
' and the crowdWould throw coins
into the ring for us.", :;,;"

Wins Marine Title

McMurtty subsequently began 'Ji'
to box aj.an amateur at 15 an4,,
won 103 of 105 bouts. ;A, a Ma-.! "!
rine iu Korea.. In 1952; .and 195S k
he won' the-Far RaaWn h.

height,. .championship 4 and-. t h
first all,., Marin, lighf heavy
weight crown , f

isince turning pro in 1954, Mc ll
Murtry won 23 of 29 bouts, 23 by ll

ranking heavyweight when,, irv
February, WiUi Besmsnoff won a
disputed decision and knocked ,i

vj. uie luy -xv,
Chuvalo, who has large, power?,,
ful hands, turned pro after
brief .but spectacular amateur ca'V
reer during which he floored four r
rivals in the space of an hour ,?
and a half. As a pro he has had
14 boutsu winning 11 and 8 of -those
by Knockouts.
"I come from the 'juncUonr'T,Xr
section of Toronto," he says.

n jivu.y iiougn neignuor neignuor-hood
hood neignuor-hood and you had to be able to
fight. I saw some amateur bouts
on television and decided that's
ior me.
hub xiuuiuo uuicner t son was
IK than .nrl ma... i 1
ne nguros ne s "Teeny for any anybody
body anybody because all fights are the.
same to me."

The, 7 td 5 odds say he's right ,1?,
this time, anyhow. ,A

Tennessee 8 over Alabama- Knrth

Carolina c-ver Maryland; Florid
8 over Vanderbilt. ... J?

Midwest: Kansas State vs. Mia"1
soun, even; Illinois 3 over Mhv''

nesoxa Michigan 4 over Narh Narh-western
western Narh-western Colorado 14 over Iowa

it Aaaauuiiia ei over Kansas, r
. Southwest: Bavlnr n t..,.iii

Tech;, Southern Methodist over
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Texaa AjfcM u.i.. n V:

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Oklahoma State.
Far West: UCLA 3 over Wash. V

ingion; Oregon- Sate 8 Over

iaano; southern California S-ovefT

aiuorma.
intertecHonal: Wake Forest t

over vinanova. ' v

mure jucHeys '.rjfitf

t-nter Hall Of Fame
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BALTIMORE, Md. (UPIWim. .!?
my McLaughl'n and Edward'"
(Snapper) Garrison, saddla ataia

of the 1880's, and Laverne Fator.'".
a contemporary of Ear) fiaiut iii 3

the Roaring Twenties, today wer'
elected to the National Jockeys J
Half of Fame at Pimlico.' - -u

More than 1,000 sports wrtteri

ana oroaacasiers rnroUghout thej
nation save McLauchlln 27s vnfaHH

with Fator Wttinr 258 and Cia4
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Top-Ranlced SEC. Teams
pace Stern: Challenges .5

'''t By DAVIDM. MOFFIT

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' Atlanta (upd The. three
' nationally -ranked powers of the
' : Southeastern' Conlereoce-Auburu,
"'Mississippi and .Louisiana State
'.' face tern. challenges this week week-nd
nd week-nd as all approach the t midway
point of the 1958 too ball season
if. atriving to ma:o unbea en.-, v-.-
, Auburn, which, slipped, to Ko.
"in the UPI coaches ratings after
, squeesing out an 8-0 win over
Kentucky,- takes on- Jast-lmprov--
ing George Tech at Atlanta; Mis-
-,No. 8 with a 19 8 win over TuUne,
, wm-be host Jt. ierial-minded Har-
"dm-Simmcns; and Louisiana State
' (4-0), which, entered, the top 10 as

, No. 3,- has what appears
" the roughest assignment of tne
three as host to Kentucky, y
There are two o her SEC clash clash-,
, clash-, es on tap SaturdayAlabatna at
Tennessee and Vanderbi't at Flor--ida.
In. addition,-Mississippi State
t hnct -a Arkansas State

- "UJ .i-nV t Norfolk- Va.rto

plV'Na4,' "ted No.:6 by the
UPIsxd. j;t'
,! j '' Best on Defense ; V

, "-'Auburn continues fith the na

tion's finest defensive -recum.
1 holding Kentucky to- minus yard yard-"
" yard-" i the second half Saturday

, ?rt,f. Auburn has an average

yield per gme of only 81 yards
. lISI i oi tin T ground and 36 through

" Georgia Tech,- third, defensively
in the. SEC, doesn't- figure o
- match Auburn in line play but
' has some- fatstepping sopho sopho-i"
i" sopho-i" mores who might sweep around

. Auburn's wan,

Mississippi continues to play one

of the conference's weake -scnea

ulefi although Hardin Simmons,

tutored by Slingtn' Sammy Baupb
of TCtT and Washington Redskin
fame, has daDgerous passing

attack. i

The LSU-Ken'ucky ba tie Satur

day night at Baton Rouge, La.,
wit feature-a duel between Billy

Cannon of LSU and Bobby Crav Cravens
ens Cravens of Kentucky; probably the two
best" halfbacks in the conference.
The kev to the ame'mv be an

injury sustamea Dy. iveniucny
nnnrtprhark I.nwel Huffhes in he

Auburn game. Hughes u tne ieaa

mg passe- in we s ,

Alabama Improving ;

, . I 1 f T-

Alabama- has been- learning
hard-knock football from, Bear
Bryant and learning fast.s,.,After
an opening 10-point loss to LSU
the Crimson Tide played Vander Vander-bilt
bilt Vander-bilt to a.-.scoreless 4draw and
romped past Furma'n.f Tennessee
still has been unable to generate
an offense but is ready defensive defensively
ly defensively , 11 r
Florida's line has given up only
Bfc yards per game but the Gators
pass defense i hasi been mighty

porous, v-- vanaeroiH : wm : ue hmo
underdog but if quarterback
Bovce Smlh. No, 3 passer in the
SEC, is in shape an .upset could
be in the making.
. Mississippi State faces an ap apparent
parent apparent breathes in Arkansas State
although ,B Uy Stacy and company
will have fo Sep to. equal la
year's' 47-13 victory.- Wane will
need plenty .of success wih its
wide-open pass attack to stay 'n
thwe against ', Navy'a highly-regarded
team.

- by

JOE WILLIAMS

Entry Deadline

Set, for Sunday

4 The 16th annual Mido Multi Multi-fort
fort Multi-fort Brookline Golf Tournament
will get underway at the" Brazos
Brook Country Club next week...
The entry sheet is open nn- .-til
til .-til this coming Sunday eve-'
nine: when the draw will e
made from the first round
matches which ; have, to be
completed by Sunday, OcU 26.
This tournament Is sponsored
by Casullo of Colon, agents in
the Republic of Panama for the
world renowned Mido Multlfort
watch.J i''
EacbV-memher of the winning
team will receive a watch while
the defeated finalists will be
nrPBPnted with apiece xt ster-

nmr Rilver.' Teams will consist Of

two V players with,, combined
haMicaps of not less than 16
Three-ouarters difference of
the handicaps .will be permitted
'ith half strokes or a larger
fraction counting as a full stroke
In favor of the hlgheEfhandlcap

Matches will be played oyer
,18 holes with ties to be played
on a sudden death b a s 1 s
when the teams have; the same,,
banyans : If there Is a dif

ference In handicaps, they will
ni:v nn additional nine holes.

- Tn nrw to facilitate the play

ing of thse matches, provisions

have been maae lor a nuuawuw
to take the place of a player who
18 unable to be present but this
substitute must not have a lower
handicap than the player whose
place he Is taking. ,

Long Time Foes
FrancisBourne

fAeetAgainSunday

MOST ACTIVE MYTH

ALMOST TWO YEA12&
OP IDLENESS SECAUS-E
BREAK COULOSI'T
0tSPEU.7Ue MYTH OJ ...

' 'in' i aaXvou "n
" CAZt fOZ

..1 c :-. tJt A uAc

m.-. IlflI ---11 AO" X.

-

Ml

1.

Pit "Mcbougald had BUyed over used FidoV master instead.
Gil wcuougaiu u McDoutfald had' come into the

!mf K Wihesa huddle with Series hitting.250, a career low for
vlUe onS ives who hold him Tbe -nigk before the' games
pec began Casey; Stengel perrfexed
nahi volSe huckstering and concerned, Indicated 1 to he
sonauty von. might nve i,enCh t the boy
TndiAafa how 'he'.lihppened to which' last yearVasthe best short short-rltf
rltf short-rltf these informal, impwvis- to basebaV.'' J ; V;
aStSSTS? --"And I nadt snapped out of
30-year-oia itaiiKer m r,wv' WoiildTh a v e -had no

li ii rv V v hd aved his most proficient, po po-Th
Th po-Th Jersey'lrishman, by wayof Kshed and powerful plav for the
T. 5Vanc"scc .had just missed last seven games of the year.
KVttina leadership. As it -was, (Don't tor set. he sTuck key horn horn-m!
m! horn-m! 1 which i3ed twosome er in hofh the fifth and sixth

There is no known cure for a hit hit-on
on hit-on oaua, w jf n compe- ting slump. Like head colds they
senes aiweU as wasoii mugJ. thejr Mc.

.uuon. . . j.aljdied Douea'M enioyed an opportune del-

41 chances assists, 18 putouts) iverance theBraves Eddie Math-

2?2 autoX 'SfrK ledtoe end." Striking out 11
i?iSv iSarkling atop far to his times, hitting a f eatherty .160.' Ye'
SM that would twice in the jfinal game, the Yan-

shame a oMtortioSik and a swift, kees put h on, rather tt.an pitch
ffive peg to nip the "flying to him. Why?;, ;
Trank Tonr. U left-hand hitter) at
nZivv. nrecislon-tooled job, Misdated power, and (2) a s,lump

To Meet Canada's

iBurka EmerY Nov. 3

.A

NEW 1 YORK -'(UPD-Middle

"--.7 'fcii.4. ...fttmin. can ena as quicKiy ana unoreaic

SKSP f'thew., Vfiner UWy it begins. Also, when ; he

2, r'i.7-.ii .ifAff artis rv 1 was purposely oassea, 'ne marne marne-demonstralion
demonstralion marne-demonstralion of ftddUg Uatics of the" situation dictated the

. ..i'.rr.hi. t the strategy. Stood up' too. Each

irr. r V l" time the sacrifical goat was an ea

So'now- ttiat there Were- these ff.W. '

r relatively jwhiih ""-
KSSire s?.a; Unbealen Joe Jorres

that had more controversial turn turn-.
. turn-. ing point than a Bengal Lancer
- cotillion...what wai the first thing
r.n h -vFanvwanted to know

' bout?. ..The screwball who jump

ed out of tne wanas ana uu mv
iumiA hiu In thp last came. ..

Ths Yankee had lust returned

- 4 iha M aftr destrovine Lew I wpirht Jft.5n TtpS. whn xrnred

itiirrit.t.3 and : what was left. of I hi seventh atraieht nrnfessional

S the Braves' thinning nopes. with victory Monday 1 nigh!, will meet

; -a four-run barrage tn xne eigmni Burke Emery, Canadian 11 gn

v v.gi,- k f wnen xne ivci wjiv i nwi; wvigui, ui ., oi. mtu iy

f J act. From tne sianas it appear i Arena, mov. 3

n 1.. k.j .M nn ma4 tn vanirPA mar r

in conversation, v.. J ; K Rangy, young Torres W Puerto

, l - ,' J Rico Wasted Frankie (Kid) An
A r'alr Chmtien . selm' of Philadelphia, to the can

" n'navi.rigni, wnv ivas twiceymonaay nignr wr
. himself up at er the slide he said: knockuut at 2:12 of thevni n t

How about it, GU, am l aater' round in St. Nick's. ;

- told him that far the momeni r

f tKnnsht hiuwil hut that .11 he I .TnnP wpiffhinv 1SRU namA

' didn't get lost fast the cops would Anselm's ,156, floored .Frankie

v throw him out on ms ear. aw. reai- W1m a right 1 to" the jaw in the
, ly alk he seemed to-be. concerned third round, and again in the
about was whether be had beat the ninth with a right to the chin.

play, whatever the. play was. Referee k Arthur Mercante called
TfeU anrt of thina' doesn t hap-1 it a "knorkntit" uri'hnut rmthrtrintf

'pen erery day, but when it does H to count over the prostrate An-
' ball player can't be aura just what geim., c -.

to expect..."All you can do is wait it was the fifth kayd in seven

and see what your visitor is going atarfe for 22 year old Torres,
' to do next," said McDougald, f'the gtablemate of heavyweight cham
' .ataee of the game ean also make Pi0n Floyd Pat erson. 'And it was

- a difference. We felt we weie the Wth defeat and fifth kayo in

i. home 'tree, ana were, reiaxeu. u 39 oouts for mselrn. ho had
, the situation had been reversed, tried to force the figh'ing In

) mm m'fcht not nVR been awe TO! vinr rmind : anri haH aiifforsil :a

ae the. comedy of it. We might, I severe battering from his taller

to fact, have louna tne guy .very opponent.

' i McDmieald wonders if the 1 So.

r- riea didn'. st a record for odd

ball intrusions. This would include

the Cuban natnott wno namiuaiiwi

- hound onto the field with placards t

, i v : ; denouncirc tyranny, diluted rum

: :''-' punch and the suicide bunt.

When featherweight eon-

tenders Rodolfo Francis : and

Mrlvin Bourne climb into tne

rina; for Sunday night's ten-

rounder at tne iNauonat u;ui,

it ,will be to resume a long
feud which started several
years ago.-

The parr nave met live uma

before, with Bourne winning

the first two battles ana ran rands
ds rands coming out on top in the

last three. T,oit(.-.-i h

snndav's will be first en

counter of the crowd pleasing
duo Iri about two years. '

Francls.r who has made a

surprising comeback after go

ing into senu-reuremeni; ior
nearly a year, has returned to

the limelieht unaer tne guia-

ance of Tomas (Bolo) Royal.

Among Rodolf o's recent yic-i

tims are Enrique Perea, whom
he -beat twice, and Fenley

Hooker. r ' s

Bourne, who decisionea nan-

. amweiirht chamoion Edwin

St1c In i non-title nout in

iur.ivin last nntinr. is handled

- T. ... . . (.

hw Auhrer (COiol wooarun,

hn rnlnrldentallv. was Fran

cis' trainer in 'his previous

fights with Bourne,

GUN CLUB
NOTES

GAMBOA GOLF AND COUNTRY

aitut at Old Pld

A. It'i only tn recent years that the i
human animal has replaced bid

Fido as Series showoffs. Fido ap-

oeared with such regularity many

ausnected ha was a fV plant, lie

ceased to appear when scientists

-began putting does in ormT. May Maybe
be Maybe the ballplayer's life would be

lecg jtomplicated if th scien is s

Hnn4s -fnt Ifl 11 tM

the Gamhoa Gun Club, will

hold another of its ham and

turkey snoots, coupled with
jred bird and trap shoots. All

novice r shooters are cordially

r

scORGS

PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
- Team Standings

Tahiti Jewelers

Tesm No. 1 r
Colpan Ford
APA i
Spalding Dot

Tasco Battery fj.'.
Team N6. J 1
Colonial Insurance

Tahiti Jewelers

Tahiti Jewelers

. 10
: io
T- 10
7
- 7

, 6-

-If A PAX

had to win to

urn iw r Mw-t ;.,'""v,"-" it mjm

rm a X! tMj -aaaaw:- .a

j11 HOtf HEALTH
-"i i Ssf AND QAMBUNQ 7feX.v ''
1 I'd, t A&AVJCH I JSL
v OP A MYTH A Zjr dl-

i'hatever

Happened to

a

KING REDLECS COACH

ROBERT. (RED) ROLFE

Rd Rnlfe. a ereat third base

man who spent his venture major

league playing career with the

New Tor i- Yankees, piayea in
six World Series andN on four

world championship Ati ms. He

came up briefly as a shortstop

in 1931 and cam back in '34 as

a third : baseman shortstop but

soon became the Yankee regular
af thti-d.- Three times during his

nine year career he was named

the American League s au star
third baseman. In 1949. Rolfe

came back to the majors

CINCINNATI" (UPI). Clyde
King will return to the major
leagues next season a the Cin

cinnati Redlegs' pitching coacn

The former Dodeer relief ace

was the bersonal selection of new

Cincinnati Manager Mayo-Smith i

who "labeled King "one of the;

best pitching instructors',' in base
ball.
,1, i 1 1, rl T i i n i i.

Auburn Thrcufens
To Add Offensive ;
Lead To Defense

BIRMINGHAM Ala. (UPI-Au-

burn's fearsome. Tigers tnreaien
to add the statis leal lead in of-

. a thir defensive laureia ai

ter strangling the Kentucky attack
int. sturda v. Southeastern Con-

fe-ence. foo ball figures snowea m-

The wnocais, wno ju um
.ifk : iimfi : nf S72 vros a

game on offense last week, bowed
i.,km a.o Katurdav and couta

tw,nuu.Mi ,

ground and in the sir.

A.,Knrn cond on offense last

week,, also slipped br wh'le
Tigers" second place average fe'l
to 305.3 yards per game..tney
were still" only six, jrrds .behind
leading Ken ucky which v'ook a
big fall to a 3U.S per gnf r
erage.,
y i ; ,- t
fitiiii( lns behind were

Mississippi S'ate at 299 ;
siss'ppl at 298.8 while Louisiana
tate moved into fifth place wi h
a 285.5 average after its tremen

dous offensive snow in irciuiS

Miami.

.1
The Maroons' boasted 'he bev

' tfapk. averaging Z54 7

yards "i- three gamMjwhii iur.-

pnsing'y enougn, ;wiu:
fiaa comoiled 538 ya"ds lh he air
for, a 134-yard ave-age, to lead ail
others. ; JA--

There wa no; chalietiger. to the

nn defense With AUDUrn

yielding only ai yaru
on the ground, in three eon M.
Mississippi Stae followed with a

Tennessee, however, len in stop-
..- .1.1 Mtifinef nn

pine tne aena' gamr, v. i
only 91 yards for an average s ,of
30.3 per game bu overa'l Vol

unteers traiiea a
Georgia Tec Mississippi, Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky and LSU.

im.nit th mi'seellaneous

tics, MisMssippi led in osssjnter osssjnter-cen'iop
cen'iop osssjnter-cen'iop 'vi h 10 anrt Mir

sppl State lor recovering
most fumbles, seven.

Tulane gave aWay the bill most

Cann on; Graven SEC's
BestlQuarferbacks-Meet
Head-OnASatura Night;

i

By DAVID M. MOFFIT

on bobbles, a toa' o f'?ht 'jm-
and also was the victim of the
most pass intercepiionSi 12.

manager of the Detroit Tigers
for three seasons, finishing sec second
ond second iiir'50. ,?
Whatever happened to Red
Rolfe? Now a few days shart of
SO, Rolfe is athletic director ft
his alma mater, Dartmouth Col-

aslege of Hanover, N. H.1 .v

Easy Vay To Rill.
Roaches And Ants
". '.'. .i' .-f
Rclentlstf recammtnS hat jvn eon.
Irol roarha and anl lh Mni
way with Johnaton'r NO-ROAI H.
Brnxhed lurt whera srB Waal M
1nbt legu, cabinets, tills, aph!
ttle, etc.). The eolorlewi enatlnt Rill
(hene peitt. It' effective for months,
sanitary, and easy to .naa. , i
oz. SSe.i pint 1.S9 at Bella Vista
Snpermarket. and U local eemmli.
ariea.

ATLANTA, Oct. 15 (UPI) -BUly
Cannon ot Lou.s.ana feta e
anp Bobby. Cravens .of Ken.uckj;
probably the twi, best haJbacKg
in .he SouJieasrn onfei eater

meet head-on Saturday night al
Baton Rouge, La., in what niiapes

up at a wide-open offensive ba.

uc. t
Cannon has been the work horse

in a virtually aii-iumu- Lav oaca

field that has rolled up 100 pon s
in lour straight wins, i-ravdi'ita
been Ken uckys chief graund

eainer in a i-2 sUri .h

the Wildcats offeusive s rength.
Ke'n.ucky leacTs the SEC in yard

ase

LSU. now ranked No. 9 'n the

nation, put on a bri iant offensive
display last.' Friday ivghr in a -u:-

prise 41-0 rout of well regarded
Miami. Kentucky outplayeu Au

burn, now No. 2 nat:onauy until

quarterback Lowell Hughes was

sidelined by an. injury. ;

Wi h Hughes baa in the lineup,
supported b$ Cravens and sopho sophomore,
more, sophomore, speedstei Ca vln Bh?', Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky is expected to move both on
the ground and in the air. LSU
w'll do the same wiih Cannon sup sup-oofled
oofled sup-oofled b'i fUTierbac. rr.-"
Rabb, fullback Tommy Davis and
fast-stepping Don Purvis.
The Kentucky Louisiana Sta e
series, whit'h -got s arteri for the
first time in 1949. has been one
of the SEC's best Ken ucky holds

a narrow 4-3-1 edge tying 6'S in
'53. Cravens outshone (,'amtnn

year but LSU. capi alizing on Ken

iuckv miscues, won u-v.

Three other imra conference

games are scheduled Saturday Saturday-Auburn
Auburn Saturday-Auburn Georgia Tech. Vander.

bilt at Florida and Alabama at

Tennessee.. Also, Mississippi S ate

will be host to Arkansas Mate,

Mississippi W'U H host to Harnin-

Simmons and Tulane will meet

Navy, the Bat on's No," 6 team, in

the" Oyster Bowl at Norfolk va

Auburn, which slipped from its

previous No. 1.- ranking after

squeezing past Ken ucky, 8-0. re

mains -the -nation's ton defensi"e

team and is second in the SEC

on offense. Rttt thn T gers mav

find their 18th straight win hard

to come bv a Georgia Tech,

21-7 w'nner over Tennessee last
week. has. now won 'three straight

and appears to be fast improving.

Florida has a great defensive

tine buL appears very weak on

. J r. T 1 1.

aeiense. fi quai ieiiat

by (air. Florida's 21-14 win "over
UCLA balanced againtt Vander-
Wit's 12-1 .oss "o Cimson mases ,

The Gators ; he favorite in theur-
nornsc ming au Gainesv lie. v

( Coach Paul "Bear" Brvant haS

deveopsd a rct-gu cr a.-,

bama this fall. The Crimson Tide; A",
ios o LSU by 10 mints, held.'-'

Vanderbil', to a scoreless draw.

then, coas ed in a 23-6 win over
Furman last week. Tennessee's

Si.phom:(.'es have an upset over J"'--
Miss s.ippi Sta e to their credit

but ha'ye had troubi launching :

any sort of an offense.
Mississippi,. No. 8 nalionaUy, ;
slopped Tulane's pass at ack with V v
five Xeconda in ercep'.ions n n-last
last n-last week's 19-8 w'n and should do,-.
about the same agairs' he ex--pec
ed aerials of Hardin-Simmons I .) ;'
ti run: its record to 5-0. Mis'S-
sippi State, is figured to ou class '
Arkansis StaV 1 ke las year t
when the SEC team won 47 IX '
Ttf'me b'' '" acrl-' "nti- n '

make a shoeing agams Navy but

the Mdriiea.. .who beat MicSIffa' j :

as' week. 20-14, have too mucl

power for the Wave.

Panama Open

To Be Played :

Jan. 29-Feb.

"The 195 Panama Open
could ba the best ana yet," Pa'
name Open committee chair chairman
man chairman D ck Dehllnger said yester yesterday
day yesterday evening at meeting of the ':
committee at the Panama Golf
Club.
The 72 hole tournament i
scheduled to be held Jan. 2, 30,
31 and Ftb. 1. As many, .If net ,' ;
more, "name" prefeisienals and
amateurs are expsctd.te part
icioate.
The list of pros available for
Panama's annual No. T sport
ing event, -which Is now ( PGA
(ancfonad and included en the
Caribbean tour, will not be until
late Novemeber.
The commit In charge of
making thia Open' another sue -cess
werar appointed. They will

endeavor t6. make -the ferthcem

Bnvce Smi h is in shane. "Vandeivf tne, Opn,f "-"nest and best -a

bilt will probably give FJorida fits ; ever hejel,. lecalfy t31 .1

For the Best
in news and entertainment
! HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA i 1090: COLON

tov in first nlace and APA even

moved up in the stadings in spite

of their loss to Taniu jeweiers,
Tahiti Jewelers: Jamison 533

Borgis, 434, Bush, 422; T Camby
Ann-

a !- ovsier. aui. r. tcBi

404; Mitchusson,; 43i; rrusionowa-

ki. 472: E. Best, 498.,
Team No. 1, 3; Colonial Insuf. 0

Team No. .1. with a tnree pomi
win, is now tied with Tahiti Jew Jewelers
elers Jewelers and ColDan Ford ior fTst
place and Colonial. Insurance has
the cellar all to themselves.

Team No. i: &oto, 5, uuimi,

458:, P. Schmidt, 482; T. Scnmiat.

583; Coffey, 642.

Colonial insurance: Kiumop. mi

Coleman.' 433: Voss, 459, Winwer,

133: Toland. 531. v

Coloan Ford, 3: Tasco caueiy u
The Coloan Ford five enjoyed
their best night of the year end
ohnt-out Tasco BaHery. Tasco Bat Battery
tery Battery was further handicapped by

miv putting tour memoera on mc
alley.
Coloan Ford: A. Roberts, 547:
B. Roberts. 448 M, Labean, 375;
R. Labeau. 476; Folger, 552.
Tasco Battery: Bud Balcer, 564;
tetv Balcer, 325 T Lowande,
384i Ed Lowande, 456; Blind, 534.
Team No. J; Spalding Dot, 1.
Team No. -2 finally it their
trirfe for the first time this year
to best Spalding Dot.' A 33 pin
Mnriicap came in handy for Team
No. 2. ' ' I j
Team No 2: T. Albrittori.' 511:

P. Lane. 353: Lane. 368; Dube,

473( M, Lane, 623;

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PHILLIPS Ocuiuul CHti
S.-t. Clw. R.
nw 3-1877 Crwtofcil a167j.
Santa CUr. Bh. Cll B.lboa
1772.
Baldwin's fiirnlilitd artmtnh
at Santa Blara Beach, Tataphan
Smith, Balboa J681.
Span roar waafcandi at Ria
Mar. tha hart baach in tha Ra Ra-public.
public. Ra-public. with all kindi at eomma eomma-ditiaa,
ditiaa, eomma-ditiaa, apan day and night. Tha
na manaaamant it at your tarr-
LOSt: Blaeh wallet awner Hart
centainin driver liean.e. entry
pais ESCO St. Lauil, Mo., ear
reaistratien eontaet lent, other
entimantal Itemt. R"'d. 1u
3-3804 or apartado 4698.
Cassiopeia Lodge
Holds Outing,
Dance On Sunday
The members of the Cassio Cassiopeia
peia Cassiopeia Lodge No. 2888 LOAA
(AU) F S of Col6n will hold an
outing and dance Sunday at No No-Jan's
Jan's No-Jan's Place in Chillbre.
I Special arrangements have
been made for transportation to
accomodate all who a"""?:
Buses will leave from 8th Street
.nri Central Avenue, Colon from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from M
Street on the Pacific Side dur during,
ing, during, the same hours.
Those making the trip with
their dwn transportation will be
admitted at the gate.
Dick Griffith and his combo
will play iot the dance.
Public Relations
talk Tonight
At CofC HalL
A talk publle relattoni will
k. v.n tnnfVht at tha .Panama
rhamher of Commerci by Anel
Belli, publle relationg offictr,
tiie Cemento Panama Co.
HiiiinassmeiL ataoutivai aid
e general puoua u inviua.
LIFE INSURANCE
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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LIMA TOUR-
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and deluxe hotel
$180
lear eTpry Toea, and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
. felr Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
1 55 Central Ave.
The Ptew
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Must speak and write English and Spanish fluently.
Must be able handle' alt 'accounting matters in Pan Pan-ama.
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1 Apartments

FOR RENT: Fumrthed apart,
ment, large bedroom, maU kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, tarviees and parchea, in in-farmation
farmation in-farmation enly parte nally, Fa Fa-brega
brega Fa-brega 29h Street, near Marcado
Vatco item 3 to p.m.
FOR RENT: Camp Alegre ana
bedroom apartment jfamished
with new furniture in brand new
houie, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Modern t bedreem
apartament, near El Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, maid' room with bathroom,
terrace, hot water, $1 0(.00. Call
3-3421. ;
FOR RENT: Large new apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three bedroom, (w serv serv-icet,
icet, serv-icet, hot water, imide wash tuba,
etc. Reasonable price, can be
seen from 9 to 4 rfaily at Mexico
Avenue No. 69, near Maria In In-meculada
meculada In-meculada College. i
FOR RENT: Campe A lore, in
brand new house, furnished ma
bedroom apartment, now furni furniture,
ture, furniture, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Fumlshpd, ana
bedroom apartment, garage. All
conveniences. 1 68 Via rBelisario
Forras. fa
FOR RENT: A modem apart-;,
ment, beautifully furnished, du duplex,
plex, duplex, near bus stop, Telephone
3-2085 3-6855;
tdwir
FOR KENT: A mbderti apart
ment, beautiful furniture Du
plex. Near bus stop, Tef. 1-2085
--.2-2948.
i in 1. 1
FOR RENT One ladraom apar apar-mant,
mant, apar-mant, cool and with ill conve conveniences,
niences, conveniences, new building. Phono 3 3-5646.
5646. 3-5646. t'
FOR RENT : Apartment in tha
best residential section,
2 bed-
room, Irving-dining
krf-
.chen. maid s room, ate1.
Acroit
the street from entrance of La
Salle College. Tel. 3-7727 from
8:00 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m.j
Esther Ha re wood
Dies; Funeral:
Set For Today!
( Mrs. Esther Hardwood died at
the Coco Solo Hospital on Sun
day oh tha eve of her 80th birth
day. .' - ' f
8h) was born In Si Michael,
Barbados, and a mtmber of the
mnny Metnoaisi cnurcn, co
km. .
Funeral gervices wlH b held
In the church, followed by bur
lal In Mount Hope Cemetery.
She Is survived by her hus
band Louis Hare wood: three
sons, Fitzgerald, Livingstone and
Eugene; three daughter Uretta,
Mrs. Beatrice Cole and Mrs.
Irene O'Neal; ten grand chil children,
dren, children, two great-grands; a sister,
Mrs. Annln Prescott, and other
relatives.
ACCEPT FOREIGN SCIENTISTS
WASHINGTON (UPlf The
Atomic -Energy OommiBsion has
accepted 50! scientists and engi engineers:
neers: engineers: inHtt lft foreign countries
and teVeft'AniericaTw for enroll-'
ment at Its Internataonai School of
Nuclear. SM-nce and Engineering,
it announced. ;(C)llkla.,
"HONG KONG" V
Telephone No. 16241 Colon
Office. Hours from Monday
' : throurh Saturday (until
further notice)
t:M'-avnv to 2 : 00 ; p.m.
- Tlease do not call utter
SERVICE
CALL 2-2374i
8-12 & 2-6 Week days
8 to 12 Saturdf ye
All Work
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tantujia 'H street
AbSaCIA VANDEH-JIS-W tStreet No.
FAKMAC1A LUX 1M .atami
Avenue
ATHIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1958 Buick 4 door
hardtop,, white over black, dyne dyne-flow,
flow, dyne-flow, ww tires, radio, custom
trim, rear seat speaker, dual ex exhaust,
haust, exhaust, electric antenna, back up
lights. Used 5000 miles by lack
Weir. Price $3500.00 duty paid.
Smoot fr Parades.
FOR SALE. 1955 Buick Super
power fteering, dynaflow, radio,
w.i.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, fren 10 to 12 and
2 to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Panel
Model F-f 6 cylinder, duty paid,
in excellent condition. Phone 3 3-7607,
7607, 3-7607, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1957 Hillman
Deluxe, 4 door, radio, accessories,
like new, $1100.00, Phone 83 83-2198.
2198. 83-2198. Air Force Plane -Crashes
In Arctic
Killing 6 Of B y
CHRISTCHURCH N.Z., Oct. 19
(UPI) A ble U.S. Air Force
transport en route from 1 'e to
the Antarctic crashed on the
coast of the polar continent to
day, Killing six of its 13 crew
men.
First reports said "several" of
the seven survivors were cntlc
ally Injured. ...
The plane was. reported down
ten ; miles north' of the joint
United States ,New Zealand
scientific -''station" where it war
to; have made, small supply
drop en route to McMurdo. ?

lqi,fHpqplesew
Refining Process

Reverid jfcyj Vefsltr Mart
EGAD! I have been-, baffled,
Since the season's outset, by the
hieh frequency of ties which. be
cause of my integrity are counted
as losses among the Hoople
football predictions.
For example, Michigan, gather
than null thp upset of the aees
and trounce Michigan State, could
only gain a 12-12 tie. Alabama,
rather than defeat Vanderbilt in
a surprise, could only get a score scoreless
less scoreless tie.
Zillions of readers have come
to place absolute reliance upon
Hoole throughout the years.
Hak-kaffl I am told more than a
few have supplemented their in
come each fall by placing small
wagers on my predictions.
Therefore, I was faced with the
additional problem of trying to
read possible ties into my pre predictions
dictions predictions for this week. A refin refining
ing refining process was called for. Egad!
The fractions were broken down
to their lowest common demoni demoni-nators,
nators, demoni-nators, as it were. Out of this
has come an unswaying,- steel steel-hard
hard steel-hard conviction that my predic
tions this week will be 100 per
cent correct!
For the Best
in

news and entertainment
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840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

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Special prices for our C. Z. friends.
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'tenance; In addition to at least two years college. Must
have at least' four years experience in repairing radios, V
TV, Hi-Fi end electrical eauipment. Must be ahle to re repair
pair repair or teach others to repair any type electronic equip-
ment normally used In this area. Microwave SSBS and
closed circuit TV experience desirable. Will serve M man manager
ager manager of service department. Will receive salary and eom- -mission.
Include in letter a full statement of euallfica euallfica-tlons,
tlons, euallfica-tlons, to Include both character and technical references,
a recent photograph, end salary' requirements;

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Real Estate
FOR SALE.v-r4.ota 500 and 1.000
maters, In tha Nuava Hipbdromo -''
Urbanisation, across tha Reman)
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call VYV McBamett.
Tel. J-2567. 1
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NEW YORK1- Adlai JE.' Steven
son in predicune that California
will go Democratic next month for
the first time in hlstoty:
"The sun has crossed the Eocky
Mountains.' : v
3 COLUMBUS, Ohio Sen. John
W. Bricker in lavini on Demo
cratic shoulders the. blame for
failint to enact labor reform lea
lsiauon during tne last session w
Congress: ,
"The action of the Democrauc
Congiress in's chloroforming laboc
reform legislation is; perhaps the
most tragic blot on us shabby rec
ord." -piijZ; y
NEW YORK Harry S. Ash Ash-more,
more, Ash-more, executive editor of Little
Rock's Arkansas Gazette, on ra
cial problems; VI
"In manyways It seems to me
that the flight from reality in the
North 'as been as extensive and
as debilitating' as that in the
South."' :. ' ;
MOSCOW Soviet Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita Khrushchev on "incredible"
new plans for the Soviet economy:
"If formerly .our enemies used
to say that the plan of the devel development
opment development of Soviet economy is brag
ging and imagination, now they do
not dare pronounce such wards
CATCH TAGGED ISH
LONDON (UPI) A salmon
bearing a metal tag inscribed
"Seattle, U.S.A." has been caught
in the Soviet Far East, Moscow
Radio reported today.
In fact, during my refining
process. I noted .that there can
be no winner between Pittsburgh
and West Virginia.'! It will end
in a 13-13 deadlock. An upset
ending at that!
There is the. Navy-Tulane game
Heh-heh! Navy is all powerful
you say? Well the Hoople find
ings show that Tulane will be
fired-up 21-6 victorl
,-1 i ...
This is merely a start. Go
on
with the rest of the forecast:
Stanford 20, Air Force 13
Tennessee 14, Alabama 0
Arkansas 20, Texas 13
Army 20, Virginia 13
Auburn 27, Georgia Tech 4J
Baylor 14, Texas Tech 6
Miami (Fla.) 27,, Boston College
So. California 13, California 6
Princeton 20, Colgate 0
Colorado 29, Iowa State 8
Notre Dame 23, Duke 15
Houston 34, Oklahoma State 13
Illinois 15, Minnesota 6
Ohio State 15, Indiana 8
Wisconsing 28, Iowa 20
Maryland 8, .North Carolina 0
Oklahoma 40, Kansas 8
West Virginia 13, Pittsburgh 13
Tulane 21, Navy 8
A. C. Rams ,13, CHS 0
BHS 7, J.C. 6
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JTAKMACIA "&AS'
Home Articles.
FOR SALE Dinlnjraom, suit a
maplt, 8 plaea, call Curundu
13.2101.'
FOR SALI: Small livinf ream
sat, 4 piacat, freaq plastic cevar v
irtf, dining ream sat,. 8 piacas,''.
mad SyCewas, afJ ana vanity.:;
Practically naw. tthane Paaama
j-158 v v'-
fOR SALI. 9 cubic teat Wast Wast-inghouia
inghouia Wast-inghouia porcaain 'rafrigararor
with new unit. Call, after 4:30
p.m. 2-1388.. ,i
ROR SALI: G.I. full autamatic
' washing machine saalad, naw,
ariginal rcast $450.00, raasen-.
abla etfar will ba accepted. Call
Tal. 2-3805. '
FOR SALI: Gas atava, eoad
condition, phena PSnama 1-5079.
FOR SALI: Three years aid, 9
cui ft., Norge. $180.00, Maflia
Chef gas stove. $35.00. Call 3-."
0010, Ext. 43.
FOR' SALI r Mahogany twin
beds with 'springs and Beauty
Rest Martrassas; also mahogany
desk. House 798-X, U Bo
Road, Balboa, C.Z. Telephone -Balboa
2431.
WANTED
Wanted smooth tires, suitable for
reconstruction, Recenstructora
Nacional. Peru Avenue 7.
Phone 2-0406.
Resident Manager wishes to rant
modern chalet or apartment, resi residential
dential residential area, 2-3 bedroom, un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, lawn, ate, or partially
furnished, call during office hours
3-6631 ft 3 7838..
1955 Mercury hardtop conver convertible
tible convertible with Canal Zone registra registration
tion registration available, near Boston, Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts to any Canal Zona
employe going en leave. Use of
car may ba had for tha cost of
oaf's transportation back te Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. TaL Balbea 2-2919.
WANTIDj Cylinder-block, and
manifold for Continental M6310
gasoline angina, Phena Gambea,
6-1 16 6-185.
Moving ta other aide. Wish em employment
ployment employment for my maid, excellent
laundress, ironer, honest, cheer cheerful,
ful, cheerful, willing, good with children.
Balboa 2387.
WANTED: To purchase a'
1958 station wagon, 4 door, in
good condition Call Panama 3 3-1104,
1104, 3-1104, 8 to 12 noon and 1:30 te
4:30 p.m.
Panama Merchants
Assist Teen Fair
With Contributions
In addition to the main
times to. be awarded at
door
this
weekend's Teen Fair, many busi
ness firms in Panama have con
tributed prizes and merchandise
the Pacific Youth Association
be given out or sold on the two
evenings.
Among those making donations
are Swift and Co.', Armours, Tro Tro-pelco,
pelco, Tro-pelco, Pan American World Air Airways,
ways, Airways, K.L.M.; Braniff, El .Pana .Panama
ma .Panama Hilton. Tropicana, Mas Stem Stem-pie,
pie, Stem-pie, All American Cables, Mrs.
Yane Levis, Pemco, Bodelag, At Atlas
las Atlas Gardens, Sky Chef, Mercurio,
Shaws, lArturo's Beauty Parlor,
Jhangimal, Fidanque Travel A-
fency, Boyd Brothers, Avianca,
.M.C.A. Beauty Shop, Summit
Hills Golf Club, Balboa Beauty
Parlor, Foto InternationaLEl Pa Panama
nama Panama Beauty Salon, Fastlich Jew Jewelry
elry Jewelry Store, Cocoli beauty Parlor,
Coca Cola, Diers andiUlrich, Roy Royal
al Royal Crown and Firestoniff-r w?r
In ; addition to these donors,
cash contributions from many in interested
terested interested organizations have been
coming" In. including ;the :Leasue
of Lutheran Women,' Emblem Club,
Orchid Chapter No. 1, p.E.S. and
Ail star1 circle. ...
Of' the main door priies,! plane
4tira Vat ma Vuker A ah takd Kr Pam
uipv uaTf; uccu uviiAivu uj vfUfeaa
Fidanque, Travel Agency and' Boyd
Rwitherg'.1 '.- i -!
; Many civic and fraternal orsa
nizations have banded together to
help the Pacific Youth Association
plan and organize the Fair. Some
are operating the booths cons'ruct-
ed and donated by the Knights
of Columbus and others have con
tributed equipment and labor ; for
the event. The teenacers have
pitched in and made posters, dis-
riouieu uiem, nuiu uncn auu
are decoirating the bootns.
Democratic Sun
CrosseRbckies,
nson
NEW YORK (UPI) Adlai E.
Stevenson pold New York Demtv
crats Tuesday night that the Dem
ocratic tide is no strong in Cali
fornia he expects the party will
win control i f "both houxes of the
Legislature for the first time since
California became state." ,
"The sun has crossed the Rocky
Mountains,'.; the' former presiden
tial candidate qirpped at a press
conference with, Democraue lead

AGENC1A9

La Carrasquill. FARMAC1A
LOM.
KSTADOS UNIDOS 1M Central Ave.
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NOVOAOES
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; girl' bicycle,
fair condition; Sandali Sl-bass ';
accordion with case, perfect con condition,
dition, condition, H sum 0930, Amador -Road,
Balbea.
FOR SALE Complete set of
Louvar'a U6) for 1 duplex
apartment, 1 5 1 2-A Akee St.
Balboa, talephona2-4344.
Motorcycle's
FOR SALI: Leaving Isthmus.
'58' Lambrett 150 lb. Two
weeks aid. Original $475. selling
$375. Call Panama 3-3948.
Atlantic Side
To Hold
As a key activity In Its an
nual "Every Member Canvass."
the Margarita Union Church
will hold a dinner for Its entire
congregation Sunday night In
the Margarita Service Center.
The dinner hour has been set
for 5:30 p.m. Following the meal
various members of the Church
Birds Of Paradise,
Loping Bull Loose
In Manhattan Wilds
NEW YORK UPI) r Eight
birds and a bull were loose in
Manhattan last night.
The bull, a 1.500-pound. Brahma
escapee from the Madison' Square
Garden rodeo, was .lassoed Dy a
Texas cowboy after, an eight-block
galumph through squealing and
scattering Times Square crowds.
The birds flew tne coon in me
gilded environs of Tiffany's and
haven't been heard from sincai
. The 1 hricrht. tinvM AMcatr birds
of paradise were being delivered
for disnlav with an exhibit of cer,
amic bird, figurines when, their
raPA nonDfid ncen in front -of the
fashionable sth Avenue jeweiry
store, .
A ninth bird escaped inside tne
score, spurned a oira seea meai
on an 184 plate from "some of
our best cmna" out was imany
netted with an ordinary hand,
kerch'ief.
The bull, known only as No. 12,
wandered out a mistakenly
onened door d u r i n a the rodeo's
last local appearance ana started
. .... .,
off down Sth Avenue with Dan
Taylor,: 35, of DublinTex in hot
pursuit on a horse named wines.
No. .12. rounded the corner at
45th Street in full gallop against
oncoming 'traffic but hit tne one
wav street pattern again in turn
ing up 8th Avenue. Two daring
taxi drivers pulled their cabs to
gether to block the road but No.
12 slowed only momentarily.
changed course and loped on into
47th S t r e e t next stop Times
Square. i
Taylor caught up with him
first. In a performance worthy of
the Ethel Barrymore Theater-
before which' it was plaved-i-he
dropped his rope neauy over tne
bull's horns. Theater-going pedes pedestrians
trians pedestrians clambered dowi off the
hoods of parked cars and rushed
from doorways to applaud.- :
A STENOGRAPHER in the office
R.. Gamble, recently became a

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serves, when he was administered tne oatn 01 commi ssion oy coi. ujv. Beau, Adjutant venerai, unnea
States Army Caribbean, On hand to witness the ceremony and to later present the commission it itself
self itself to Gamble, a native of Philadelphia;. Penn., was Brig. Gen.; Milton LV Ogden, deputy -commandinf
general, United States Army Caribbean, in whose a office the ceremony .took place. The 24-yearHld
soldier studied more than two years through extension courses to esrn the commission, He hat al already
ready already applied for active commissioned duty. His wife, Loren), lives, with him at' 2034-F, West Turd

StreeL Curundu.

I i Lessons

' SPANISH COURSE ; ;-Intansiva
Intansiva ;-Intansiva Spanish course for En-v
! glish-spaaking people at Univer University
sity University of Panama frem October 15 :
to December 10... Classes in the
evening; Monday, Wcdnvsilap,
Tbursdap; Beginner;-5:30f In-"
tarmcdiate: 6:30; Advanced;.:
7:30 p.m, RegiHration at Sacra-,
tary's, office. i s 4
Boats & Motors
FOR SALI Wateskls. slalom.
also trick skis, naw condition
Phone Coco Solo, 519 evenings.
FOR SALE: feeat, trailer, motor
cpmplata, 2-1 569-, Balboa..
Union Church

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Eveiy-Member' Diriher

Council will rje'sfcribe the
church's program for thev com coming
ing coming year. A large number of the
church s membershln; have he.en
meetlnff in various '.xommittees
to outline a progressive program
IOr lHOtf. 1 a
i Also, discussed have' been the
resources and potentiality of the
congregation to meet the pro
posed' plans, ..After hearing sev-t
era! hrief talks by the various
committee chairmen the eongre-
gatioa wiii be Riven an- opnor'
tunity to discuss and vote on the
proposals.
,The congregation normally
noias its Fellowship Dinner In
the education building of the
-J church. Havlna; the dinner serv
ed in the Service center will give
an opportunity for every mem
ber, and particularly the women
to snare in, tne. meal and pro
gram. Carl F. Maedl. 'courrcil
chairman and E. F. McClelland,
general chairman-- of the 'Every
Member Canvass are In charge
or the' entire event.

Tocumen Adsnlnistrator To Study

Airport Management In UnlStatcs

Antonio de Reuter, administrator
of, the Tocumen International Air Airport,
port, Airport, left this week for the.-.IJnited
States to-participate in a program
on administration and manage management;
ment; management; of airports, prepared and
sponsored by the International Co Cooperation
operation Cooperation Administration, (Point
Four). t 1 x
De Reuter's program will covet
17 weeks. His first stop will-be" at
the International Center inWash inWash-inzton.
inzton. inWash-inzton. D.C.i for a week;1 -Then.
during the following three weeks-,
he will be at 'the -Washington -National
Airport for -a comprehen
sive study of the administration
and management1 of the airport,
including sunervision of air navi
gation facilities, .maintenance and
personnel.
Then he will attend a two-week
course et the American Universi University.
ty. University. This course gives an excellent
preview of the development and
administration of civil aviation and
also government-industry relation relation-shins.,
shins., relation-shins., :
? From Washington heWill "go" to
New York, for a three-weelr study
pf services performed, and admi administrative
nistrative administrative details covering relation
ship between airport management
ana government representatives,
involving international airport ac activities
tivities activities such as -physical conveni-
of the Chief of Staff, 'United States
second lieutenant 'in the Adjutant
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WANTEDs f Competent expo- 4
. rienced salesman for applianf a, "
, Hi-Fi and associated product.
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ATLANTA," Oct. 16 (U PI) Authorities today' sought a mystery figure thought
19 be the mastermind of dynamitings in the south. A major break in the case ap appeared
peared appeared imminent.
,X, snorts the Federal Bureau of Invest.gation was ready to make t

widescale move against bombers who have labeled themselves "the Confederate Un Un-"
" Un-" dereround." The FBI here and in Washington declined to comment on th .reports.
- Guards were placed, meanwhile, at the offices of the Atlanta newspapers and a
! local radto station, where telephoned bomb threats were received late yesterday. In Investigators
vestigators Investigators went over both' buildings thoroughly, but no explosives were found.
" Officers declined to give more than sketchy information abouf the pertorfbof
'trail they were followingHe was described as being a key figure in a hard-core
racist eroup believed to have been In operation since well before Integrating became

a sore issue in the South in
Stacks of confiscated items
DlWd up Atlanta police
headquarters as officers con continued
tinued continued raids on the homes of
persons known to have, par participated
ticipated participated in past anti-Semitic
activity. Most of the material
a not identified, but it was
kriffwn to include racist litera literature
ture literature and several crude swas swastikas,
tikas, swastikas, the symbols of Hitlerism.
Authorities moved their base
ef operations to an undisclosed
spot yesterday, complaining that
newsmen were interfering with
the investigation. .....
Atlanta police chief Herbert
Jenkins said questioning of
"the suspects had produced
mention of a number of
names, i especially those once
.associated with the "Colum "Columbians,
bians, "Columbians, Inc.,'' whose leaders
'wore Storm Trooper uniforms
m nl e t e with lightning
Shoulder patches.
The Columbians were an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive i anti-Negro, anti-Jewish
group which was believed
to have been smashed with the
Defective Plays
Prisoner's Role
ToGet Confession
CHICAG (OUPD A Japanese Japanese-American
American Japanese-American detective, who lived in
jail with a murder suspect at he
risk of hfs own life to help solve
the ''spyglass" slaying ol a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago spinster, today proved a
modest hero.
Anthony Muranaka, 35, passed
off his six-month ordeal as rpu rpu-'
' rpu-' tine police work, although it
; meant leaving his wife in the dark
and posing without letup as a
tough convict in "death row and
even solitary coniinemeiii.
u in,', inh vuc In nbsprvc.
muLdimna a J
needle and draw ou' the suspect,
Barry Cook, 24. When the de detective
tective detective figured Cook was ready to
break down and confess, he
passed the word to his superiors
1 Through a complicated code sys-
The word went out during the
weekend, and Monday night at
S'atev'lle Penitentiary. ook, a
part-time philosophy student and
construction worker, dictated a
six-page statement admitting the
Jul 22, 1956. slaymK of Margare
i Gallagher 50, on Chicago's lake
front.
Cook also admitted assaultinp
about 200 women before he crept
. up on the sunbathing Miss Galla Gallagher
gher Gallagher and bludgeoned her to death.
v t'l had an urge to ao u, ne
' said. "I don't know why the Lord
let me live on."
The s'aying was known as the
: "'spyglass" murder because a
nearby apartment dweller sean sean-i,
i, sean-i, tilng'the lake through binoculars
' witnessed the killing. The slayer
fled before police arrived.
! ok was arres'ed later for as as-;
; as-; eautt and was sentenced to seven
J to-14-ver trvii on conviction
for assaulting women.

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Hard-core Racists

1954.
conviction of their leaders on
riot charges In 1946 and 1947.
They included Homer L. Loomis,
Jr., once, enrolled in the New
York social register and at
Princeton.
Police were interested in the
whereabouts of; Loomis and Em Emory
ory Emory C. Burke, one time presi president
dent president of the Columbians.
Those held were Wallace H.
Allen, 32, a crippled salesman
who kept drawings of the Nazi
Swastika and anti-Semitic lit literature;
erature; literature; George Bright, Luther
King Corley, Kenneth Chester
Griffin, a tax examiner in the
Georgia Revenue Department,
and an unidentified woman in
Detroit.
President Eisenhower spoke
out against the bombing ter terrorists
rorists terrorists at his news conference
in Washington yesterday. He
railed them hoodlums like Al
Capone and Baby Face Nel Nelson
son Nelson and a disgrace to the
name of the Confederacy
which they claimed to repre
sent.
Anonymous callers have la
beled themselves the "Confed "Confederate
erate "Confederate Underground" in brag
ging about the bombing.
In Florida. Gov. Leroy, Col
lins, alarmed by bombings in
Long-lime Resident
CI Isthmus Dies
In Washington, D.C,
Mrs. Margaret Keenan, former
Canal Zone res dent well known
on both sides of 'he Isthmus, died
Tuesday afternoon im. Washington
D. C, according to information re received
ceived received by her son, Robert S.
Keenan. of Curundu Heights.
Mirs. Keenan is the wife of John
R. Keenan. retired Canal employe,
who came to the Canal Zone in
"14 as a shipfitter wi'h the me
chanical division. Since his re'ire-
ment in 1949. Mr. and Mrs. Kee
nan have lived in Pitman, N. J
She ws visiting her daughter-tn
law, Mrs. Paul Keenan, at the
t me of death.
Mrs. Keenan is survived by two
pons, Robert S. Keenan of Curun Curundu
du Curundu Heights, and J. Paul Keenan,
of Surinam, Dutch Guana; a
daughter, Mrs Howard Keenan, of
Western Soring, 111. and three
grandchildren.
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Atlanta. Peoria. 111., and ewe
where, called on every citizen
to report any use or explosives
no matter how tnsignmcani.
Syna g o g u s and Negro
churches In Miami and JactC'
sonville were bombed In a pre
vious wave of terrorism.
Allen denied he was impli
cated in the Sunday blasting of
the Jewish temple here.
Atlanta detectives also found
crude letter threatening At
lanta's Jewish people with "a
terrifying experience."
Allen was hem lor suspicion
of violating section 26-2306 of
the state code, a law inat couia
bring 20 years In prison or po.-
iblv execution for oomoinc
Luildtnes wiihm city limits.
The four other persons were
held for suspicion of vagrancy.
Spurned Mistress
Weepingly Denies
She Slew Executive
INDIANAPOLIS, trid, (UPI)r-
Mrs. Connie Nicholas. 42. .. wept
bitterly and audibly today as she
pleaded innocent to a charge mat
she killed in cold blood her
wealthy lover,, Forrest Teel, 54,
vice president of a major orug
company. ,
Mrs. Nicholas stood before
Judge Saul. Rabb in Marion
Criminal Court and said with
tearful fervor when asked for a
plea to a first degree murder
charge;.
"Not -guilty, your honor, not
cuiltv."
She looked as if she were try
ing to weep. But the ears came
and they did not abate all the
time she was in the courtroom,
most of the time standing before
the bench.
A moment before the plea,
Rabb overruled a defense motion
to quash the indictment on
grounds it wais not specific
enough.
Mrs. Nicholas' attorney, Frank
Symmes, did not argue the mo-
ition. He said it was only a tech
nicality.
Rabb hinted at a trial date of
Nov. 24, three days before
Thanksgiving. He asked Symmes
to hold the date open and let the
court know as soon as possible
if Mrs. Nicholas would be phys physically
ically physically able to stand trial at that
time.
Mrs. Nicholas has been in a
hospital since she was found ly lying
ing lying in her automobile, near deaih
from a suicidal barbiturate stupor.
This was 20 hours after Teel, her
lover far 15 years, was found dy dying
ing dying last July 31 in his white
Cadillac two blocks from the
apartment of a 29 year old
isecretary. He bad been courting
the younger woman after a long
extramarital affair with Connie.
Comedienne Martha
To Take Sixth Try
At Married Bliss
LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPI)
Comedienne Martha Raye said
last night she will soon marry a
former Westoort Conn., police
man whose wife divorced him
Tuesday,1 blaming the actress for
wrecking the marriage.
Miss Raye, 42. tiid she and
Robert O'Shea, 31, "wi'l De
married either here in Las Vegas 1
or when we get back to New
York." The star made the state statement
ment statement when informed that O'Shea's
21-year -old wife, i Barbara Ann,
had been granted in Bridgeport,
Conn.,- an uncontested divorce
from O'Shea.
Mrs, O'Shea testified that be before
fore before her husband resigned from
the police force of fashionable,
suburban Weitport in 195S he had
worked part time for Miss Raye
as a bodyguard and that it, had
developed into "more than a job."
The prety Mrs.- O'Shea, a
brunette mother of a 2-year-old
girl,; sued Miss Raye for $50,000
for alienation of affections af:er
her husband left her. The suit
was settled out of court for a re reported
ported reported "substantial amount."
O'Shea will be Miss Rsye's
sixth husband. Husband No. 5,
dancer Edward ,; Bes ey, divorced
the comedienne in 1956 in Jaurez,
Mexico. ;

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Already moving some 13,000 miles per hour
alongside the space station in a two-hour orbit :
around the Eartlv the Moon ship ignites its rockets s s-and
and s-and pulls slowly away front the mother base. Still
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Federal Appeals Court Stalls

To Establish Private, Segregated School System

, T. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 1 -(UPI)
A Federal appeals
court extended indefinitely
the temporary restraining or order
der order which bars the opening of,
Little Roek's high schools as
private,.: segregated institu institutions,
tions, institutions, i
Three Judges of the U.S.
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
said the restraining order would
stay in effect at least Until they
hand down a written opinion on
an appeal by the National Asso Association
ciation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People.
The written opinion Is expect
ed within two weeks to a month,
according to most court observ
ersi ,. :"ai
The Judges might make a fi
nal decision at that time or thev
might turn the case bicR to t,s.
District Judge John E. MlHeal
Arkansas.
Whatever the outcome, It ap appeared
peared appeared Little Rock's four high
schools would remain closed
and plans to open private, seg segregated
regated segregated schools bad suffered
another setback. ;
Arkansas Gov. Orval E. Fau-
Reds Attack Plan
For UN Peace Force
As Too American
TTNTTED NATIONS. N.Y. Oct
16 (UPI) Secretary General Dag
Hammarskiold's suggestions for a
tin noare force opened a new
East-west iront in me umiea i
tinn ppnpral assembly today.
RiiBsis led the attack yesterday
with a Moscow radio charge that
the secretary: general's plan was,
an attempt to carry out Amen
ca's old,' extremely unpopular co
lnnialist nolicv.
A spokesman for the American
it N riplp?atinn said the United
statei looked "with favor" on the
plan.
The assembly's main political
committee met today to discuss
disarmament, but controversy cen
tered on the plan outlined yester
day by HammarsKjoia.
The plan called for creation of
standby-arrangements ior an in
ternational force to be used in e
mernrv trouble snots on a vol
untarv basis. He recommended
that the force could be sent' into
action only by directive of the
general assembly or vthe, security
council ''or; on the basis of dele delegated
gated delegated authority by the secretary
general." '
Moscow- radio -said '"the Idea is
purely ; American" and that both
President Eisenhower and Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of State1 John Foster Dulles
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bus, In a Little Rock news con
ference,, acknowledged the St.
Louis court delay makes it more
difficult to start private high
school classes in private quar quarters.
ters. quarters.
Faubus had hoped the Private
Schools Corporation would be
able to announce such plans to
morrow, assuming the appeals
court made Its ruling:.
But as long as the restraining
order remained in effect, Little
Rock's public high school teach teachers
ers teachers were enjoined from taking
part in any plan to dodge the
Supreme Court's order, for racial
Integration of the schools.
Even a two-week delay would
mean f resh troubles ior Fau
bus and the Private Schools
Corporation, since Little Roek
students probably will not e
able to, make up their, school
year after Nov. 1.
The schools have been closed
for a month under a Faubus Faubus-backed
backed Faubus-backed state law. in yesterday's
news conference, Faubus con
Stock List Slips
At Opening; Fast
Trades Slow Down
NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (UPI1
Stocks continued under the influ influence
ence influence of nervous fluctuations todav
with trading down from the fast
pace of the past two sessions.
Prices opened narrowly Irregu Irregular
lar Irregular with losses about equaling -he
total gains and unchanged issues.
The ear'y trading moved in order
ly manner with some firming in
steels and other metals.
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ceded "The holdup right now Is
that the school board win not
release any of its teachers. Of
course, the teachers could re resign."
sign." resign."
The question of whether the
public schools can be leased to a
private Institution" "needs an
early decision In the public in-
Reds Seize Jews
In Czechoslovakia
On Arab Charge
LONDON (UPI) Communist
authorities have arrested an un undetermined
determined undetermined number, of Jewish
lead e r s in Czechoslovakia oh
charces of trvmg to disturb friend
ly relations with the United Arab
itepuDiic, accoramg to oiiwomauc
dispatches reaching, here yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Communist affairs experts here
believed the crackdown might sig
nal the revival of anti-Jewish pol policy
icy policy in Russia and the satellites
behind the Iron Curiam. They felt
Praaue would not have acted
Without approval of a "higher"
authority Moscow, especially
since important policy was in involved.
volved. involved. : .. v- ,,
The experts said the arrests
might have also been intended to
emphasize the Soviet bloc's Sup Support
port Support for 'President Gamal .Abdel
Nasser of the:UAR and his Arab
allies 1
According to the dispatches, the
Communists had arrested the lead leaders
ers leaders of Jewish communities in
Prague and in the provinces.
There were no-details immediate immediately
ly immediately available on the scope of the
roundup But the reports sug suggested
gested suggested that about a doieh promi prominent
nent prominent Jews were seized.
AW were said to haw been ac
cused of pro-Zionist activities.,- In
addition, they were charged with
attempting to disturb relations be
tween Czechoslovakia land- is as
ser's UAR.
Sins of a revivintf ajiti-Semit
ism have been reported lately
trom other countries m me soviet
camn. Reports reaching? Vienna
recently told of the arrest of Jews
in Romania.
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seen from Earth. An actual landing will eoriM
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bacteria carried from Earth distorts the findings of
scientista, To return to the space station, the feme i
procedure will be used as at the beginning. This
time a velocity of only about S.40O HLpJbw will bfs'
required to escape Moan's r" 'urniiir-- X
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Little iRock Efforts

terest, no, matter what: the deel-;
sion is," Faubus added,
At present, the Issue hinges
on the NAACP"s demand for a
court order prohibiting leasing
of the schools to a private ins institution
titution institution Judge Miller last September
dismissed the NAACP suit on
grounds it Involved the consti
tutionality of Arkansas laws and
only a three-man court was
empowered to rule on it. 1
In yesterday's 45 minute hear.
ing, NAACP counsel Thurgood
Marshall told-Judges M. McMat
t.hes Hnrvev-'M' .Tnhnsn-n nnrt
Joseph W.-Woodrough that the
anti-leaslng injunction should
be extended nd the suit should
Horizontal Fins
Will Mark New
Chevrolet Cars
DETROIT (UPI) The 1959
Chevirolets. with new styling -high
lighted by horizontal wings in the
rear and great ; economy under
the hood, will go on display in
dealer's showrooms tomorrpw v
' The new Clievrolets are com completely
pletely completely redesigned. ,' vt.
All lines sweep toward the rear
in a virtually level plane and end
in fins which point to the side
rather than up. The new cars are
appreciably lower, and the tops
are flatter.
Glass area has been, increased
to provide greater visibility.
Although styling will be, the
leading sales point for the hew
Chevrolets, they wall have sever?
al new mechanical features,
A new six cylinder engine Will
give up to 10 per cent more mile mileage
age mileage plus -more useable horsepow horsepower
er horsepower at' normal driving speeds.
Brake lining area has been in increased
creased increased 27 per cent 4o provide
surer stops and longer life,
v Twin headlights have' been W
ered seven inches SndXare locat located
ed located at the extremities of the grille.
The -fanlights are s located unde-r
the rear horizontal' wings and
look like large tear1 drops turned
)v sideways, 1
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be remanded back to Miller wltK
-explicit instruaions"to make c
ruling. ,,',;''r.:
Attorney for the Little Rock
School Board and the Justice
Department also- wanted the
case sent back to Judge Miller,,
However; school board attor
ney John- N. Haley protester!
tnat tne hoard was "neutral" in
the case and v"is out of the high
school business because of the
recently passed Arkansas laws."
To this,. Marshall retorted
that the board is charged with
the responsibility of providing
public schools In Little Rock. '
Anoiner JNAAOf anorney, wi
ley Branton, attacked 'Faubus.
While .the governor has dis
cretlonary i powers, no governoi
has the power : to discriminate,!
said Branton.. m f x t '
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.photographers? caught double t v.
image of -a, fourengined air air-'
' air-' liner taking oft from Chicago's
O'Hare Field. Airline hostess!'
.' Jean Bpulay is 'the-gal behind -"-s
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