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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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INDEPENDENT T HtTXILY NEWSPAPER
iM';
V I HE CITY OF THE -
viceroys.;. r-
, JNTIIMATIONAi AIIWATI
Let th people know the truth and the country i a"' Abraham Lincoln.
S4th YEAS
PANAMA, R, P., FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 17, 1958
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Quashes Count
In Guard's AssSult

Th cast against Panamanian, being lielcf on. a
hooting charge 0n f 1 0,000 ball was dUmissed in a two
minut hearing at Balboa Magistrate'! Court yesterday.
Defendant Sebastian Cesar Augusto Villa, 21, was
concerned in the shooting of a National Guardsman in
Ancon earlier this month but Canal Zone District Attcr Attcr-'
' Attcr-' ney Rowland K. Hazard found there was insufficient proof,
to warrant the charge of assault with a deadly weapon
agajnst him. .a,.:
4 Villa appeared before Judge John E. Doming yester yester-day
day yester-day "ih a neat dark blue shirt Det ,L,t. Harvey Rhyne for formally
mally formally asked for the case to be disrnissed orf the ground
ofjack of proof. The Judgtf. processed the papers for .dis .dismissal
missal .dismissal without comment and Villa' walked out of the
court a free man.

on the advice of his attorney
Woodrow de Casiro. however.
ViUa went straight back to Panama-
pity and gave himself uo
to the' National Guard, who had
it warrant out for his arrest.
' Canal Zone' ithorlties had
asked .the Nai.onal Guard to
turn dyer to them. the" other
two me involved in the shoot shoot-taR
taR shoot-taR but, the' National Guard has
failed to do so.
It ia understood that m oraer
to make the ; char(te stick it
would have been necessary to
have evidence that Vill "aldedv
abetted counselled or. advised'
the man who actually .iired the
tun. : This evldenceawas hot
f orthcominir. -. ??f v. A
'lt tsimowS atWfflaEdiaot
fire it, sinc ;ene?set; mermen
in the custody of the National
Guard has confessed in the
present" relational Oa a t d
fchiefs and Canal -Zone fiollce
officers. '. .:
The Guardsman. Teofilo Vil Vil-larreal,
larreal, Vil-larreal, ; who received four bul bullet
let bullet wounds in a TUnnln ; sun sun-fieht
fieht sun-fieht which started in Panama
and ended in Ancon. is now ex-
CIO Locals Will
For Wage Increases
T iw nl "Bno and 9t)? intend til sup.
r.nrt hi Wfl; Ma, the Panama
National ; Assepbiy ;; JekwUting
percent for certain .government
an'' nnvate nipioye, m Micr
Th hill Waiiiitrodace(J' this
week by Assemblyman ; Juan B
("Johnny") Arias, nd-Js present
ly under consideration by the So
:iai WelfSre committee of the As
aembly. V piH4-.;
A. f rou" fr,om ithe 5 tWfrCanal
Zone union's; ''with Local fl07;s. Jo Jose
se Jose de l ; osa jCssHUo S spbkev
man, will present ( the union's
wies Mb "in writm?' an Verbal Verbally
ly Verbally before the committee Monday.
"vi Sar heen reachinf (that
i we want all laboring classes to get
a h pr tondard 'elViafeMd
?new the time has come for us to
nunnort hege beliefs," CaStulo
said today. s
l In presenting his ibill to the: As As-;
; As-; sembly, Arias noted that many
Panamanians are1 living under
" "precarious eronomle conditions
due to the high cost of consumer
goods. He said it was the state's
Siitv to remedv this situation fast.
A similar bill lie presented last
ye?r "-as pigeonholed by as as-'
' as-' sembly.'- ',"' c
TalHng to he Panama Cham Cham-,'
,' Cham-,' ter of Commerce Wednesday night,
'OnM "'"le Gov. William K.-pot-:
ter noted 1haf wager oa the-. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zonn rante..' between 200er 200er-eent
eent 200er-eent and 30" percent higher than
InPanams. "J1" u.
Atlantic' Admin
5 To Get New DooW;
Bids Are Sought"
. Bids for the? installation of doors
' in the Administration Building at
, Cristobal ate being accepted by
1 the Panama Canal Comnanv. ac
cording to an annoucement of the
' Engineering and. Construction Bu
reau. '
i v The work will consist of install.
. s, lng new steel, grille doors at the
, rear of the Post Office to replace
," wnrn nut rinnr i.
; '; Plans and specifications for this
" v wok were Issued yesterday and
bids will be opened Nov. 5,
Cones of bid scheduled and
specifications may be obtained in
th" o o' th nsipntir Enei
tieer, Balboa Heights. "No deposit
Is required. , k K,

pected to recover despite a seri serious
ous serious .45 bullet wound in his
heart.
The bullet apparently went
right into his heart. During e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency surgery, the surgeon
had to vlug the hole with his
finger to prevent the loss of
more blod while the wounded
heart si being stitchedy
7t000 Unifqd Fund
Bookmarks' Sent
toloiie Churchesf
bookmarks-.'were, distributed this
week to the churches of the Canal
Zone in preparation for United
Fund Sunday, day after tomorrow,
The .markers will be used injh?
Zone's churches placed in hvmn
books or otherwise distributed to
the congregations as visual re reminders
minders reminders of the United Fund cam
paign, inaugura ed at the start of
tne week.
They carry th:,s year's theme
picture ot a young boy reaching tip
ward toward a helping hand,' to
gether with a suitable printed sen
timent and the slogan, "Share
your blessings the Uni'ed way."
In those churches where policies
ana circumstances peirmit, special
Offerings mav be taken, the nro-
ceeds to be forwarded tojhe Uriit-
en,runa treasurer, William C.
Schmitt, Chase Manhattan Bank,
The total numberof bookmarks
aisrrimited to the churches this
year presented a 2,000 increase
over the number, issued through
the Zone's churches last year.
Pijol Chuck Banfe
Overdue On Tokyo
To
TOKYOj, Oct. 17 (UPI)
Americanilot Charles Chuck)
Banfcwas reported -overdue at
Shemya in the Aleutian; txinriri
today in his attempt to set a
new non-stop long distance solo
night record from Tokyo to Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Fla.
, A Northwest Airlines snokes-
man here said Danfe reiorted
by radio to a Canadian Padfic
Airlines plane at 7:30 o.m. yes
terday that he would 1e ver
Shemya at 7:54 p.m.
the spokesman added, how
ever, that the Northwest Air
lines refuelling station at Sher Sher-ya:
ya: Sher-ya: reported that as of g p.m.
Bahfe had not made contact.
" ..'y'i'V..j ,?f
In a nrevious rnriln r ennrf
Banfe had been quoted as say saying
ing saying his, midget monoplane had
developed engine trouble,
Late Blooming
A father's pride in not wanting
bis children adopted and their
name changed, even though -he
had failed to -support them, took
him to U;S. District Court it An
con today to fight an adoption r
tition. 1 ;,"'";:!',;'. ..v;,--,.y.;,.'ii.
' The father was .pa'namanian Clif Clifton
ton Clifton Syprell Miller,; Judge Guthrie
F, Crowe, after a lengthy hear hear-IngV
IngV hear-IngV decjded that the fathei- would
have to swallow1; his pride and
grant the actanHon of his two sbni
to another man. ; I iM,.,.-;.
f Mlef w?s married in 195 and
1 he and his wife Loretta had two

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' V -The ; .,!
Judge's Bench:

Judge John E, Demlng re recorded
corded recorded -a-verdict of not guilty
at Balboa Magistrates Court
today on Kenneth Alphonso
Martin, 39, Panamanian, who
was charged with backing a
vehicle unsafely on Clintdn
Street.-,,.'!
Rodrlgo Denis, 24, a San Bias
Indian;-was fined $5 for being
found drunk in Balboa.
Carlos-Constantino Cascante,
33,' Panamanian, was found
guilty of following another
vehicle too closely with his bus
and was fined $15.
To Talk
On Rocketry Belore
CZ Engineer Group
Col. John C. Nickerson,
Ord
nance officer of USARCARIB is
to lecture Canal Zone Civil en
gineers on rocketry next Mon
day.
Nickerson. who was restored
to his command this year after
a year's "banishment" following
his sensational court martial for
releasing rocket information, is
to talk to the Panama section of
the American Society of Civil
Engineers.
The lecture will be held in the
ballroom of the TivolL .'
4 Nickerson will try to help his
audience"" to'sbrt out thVmass of
fstcts-rfirid figures on space tech.
noloCT-. with which the Ameri
lean public has been 'deluged
Nickerson's talk will be sup.
plemented with a sound movie
in t color '- entitled, "X Minus
Eighty," which shows the prep
aration and launching of the
Jupiter c Missile which placed
the first United States satellite,
Explorer I, into orbit. ;
TV Show Tvenly-One
YanM Off By NBC;
In 'Fix' Backwash
NEW YORK." Oct.' 17'TUPI)
"Twpntv-one.V' the auiz show once
-ated the top television program
In fhp country, was seen for the
last time last night.
Tho National Broadcasting-Co
announced cancellation of the big
mottev qulis three hours before it
went on the air. Along, with other
TV miiz Droerams' it had. come
under investigation on charges con
testants had been fed questions
and answers in advance.
Added to "fix" charges against
"Twenty one" were steadily
dwindling ratines. At the height
of Its popularity, the .expensive
euiz show that oisoensen mf'tinie
thousands of dollars swept all au audience
dience audience measuring Dolls, but in re recent
cent recent months its popularity waned!
The NBC. announcement late
yesterday said the show would be
renlaced Oct, 30 by "Concentra "Concentration,"
tion," "Concentration," a game program, to be soon soon-sored
sored soon-sored by Phrmceut!e1s, Inc.,
sponsors of "Twenty-one."
' With the axing of "Twenty one"
Onlv "The J64.000 Question", (CBS)
of the nuir giants. There
havejbeen persistent reports thst
"0",'ip''" whVi o"li). recently
moved Into a "Sunday night spot,
also would be dropped soon. .-
Produced by Jack Barry "and
ri vtiHM: "Twenty one"
" made Its debut on Setrt. 12. 1956,
with Barry as host; Its first big big-monev
monev big-monev winner wa College Instruc
tor rhris Van Doren, who per perspired
spired perspired his way to fame and $129, $129,-000
000 $129,-000 in an isolation booth.'
Fatherly Pride
boys; Enrique Valentino and 'De 'Delano
lano 'Delano Etnilio, -vho are now : aged
seven and five "'Aih.
Later; owvtr, divorce was
grnl the wife by Pan Pan-A
A Pan-A minlan eeurt en the grounds tf
' "'on-it'. adulry end ill
treatment. Th wife kept Si, the
cSUdrtn and rsctntly m ? U,
S. Mrvlceman ttaientd at Fori
Kebbe, Nameniel Paili, x
She and Pailin were married
three months a to and PsCih .He .He-cided
cided .He-cided to adopt her two children.
in coh" o'Inv, Mr. Paun said
I since Miller, leit
left her in 1953 she

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SMART: PROM ALL ANGLES New dress blue tropical worsted uniforms received this week
are displayed proudly., by members of the reco malssance platoon, which has been designated
the honor guard platoon of -.'Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
infantry, fort Kobbe. ModeliM the bliios, which; wiU lac worn by the honor rvard on ciue ciue-vinlal
vinlal ciue-vinlal occasions, ae, left to right, .Pfc, Alton Everag Pfc. Melton Tullier, Pfc. Aw. lur Hook.',
man and Pfc. William Hawkins. Peronnei of the 19th A'my Band at For': Claytcn also have have-xeceived
xeceived have-xeceived tne dress blues. (U.S. Army ihoio)

Chiang Threatens To Leave Formosa
Following Dulles Grack Of 'Foolish'

By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17
Here is the Inside reason why
both President Eisenhower and
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles announced they would
not try to force Chiang Kai Kai-shek
shek Kai-shek to cut his forces on Que Que-moy.
moy. Que-moy. The Generalissimo has
threatened to pack off to Jap
an and leave Formosa to. its
fate.
Chiang went into his pout
after Dulles press-conference
crack that Nationalist occupa-
tion of the ofislTore lsianas was.
"foolish" and that Chiang
wasn't likely to rule the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese mainland again.
To the proud Chiang, this
amounted to calling him a
fool. He flew into a tan ti urn,
then lapsed into brooa.ug.
He would seek voluntary
exile, in Japan, he said, where
he had spent his carefree cadet
days. h; :
He even selected the spot:
Beppu, a hot springs resort on
the eastern coast of Kyushu,
Japan's southermost island.
This threat to abandon For Formosa
mosa Formosa alarmed Dulles, wno nas
no wish to let Formosa slip be
hind the bamboo curtain.
Chiang were to walk out
protest over American policy,
the whole Nationalist structure
might collapse.
One Intelligence estimate
warns that a third of
Lost Ip Court
had seen him only bout six tim'is,
each time in the street.
She 8aH' h hnit vmcx contribut contributed
ed contributed regularly, for the upkeep of the
ch''ren. r
i Miller told (he court that he
Hd'l be" wnrklnt? steadily since
the middle of 1954 and claimed
that he hid 'ontxibuted to the up upkeep
keep upkeep of the boys. ,
Hs atterhev Roy Phillippt told
the fudge f 'fatherly pride it the
bl fae'or In this eat. l,M"'ep'
do not want his ions to loir
hi name
The petitioner was represented
by Charles E. Ramiret.

:ji l'.

Chiang's forces would go over
to the Communist side in vase
of a breakdown on Formosa.
To soothe Chiang, Dulles call called
ed called another piess conlerencs and
endeavored to eat his former
words. The disposition of Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist troops, he said, is "en "entirely
tirely "entirely a military matter."
"We have no plans whatso-
ever," he, added, to urge Chiang
to reduce his forces on the off-
'shore Islands,
This is exactly the opposite
of what .-Dulles has oeen urg
ing in- secret talks with
Na-
tionalist leaders.
In letusn for a partial with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal IrOm Quemoy-Matsu, he
has offered to beef up Chiang's
.'orces on Foimosa with super supersonic
sonic supersonic je Rjanes, antl-aircra'ft
rockets, ana other modern wea weapons.
pons. weapons. (
He has also offered to sta-
t'ci) American Marines on -!
Formosa as evidence of our
determination to ueicnd. this
main island to the last ditch.
Chiang Is dickering for atomic
wt-anons wnlch Dunes ha? to-

Ifiiiulv let him know cannot be

inicranted. The Generalissimo nas

also demanded that Dulles call
off the'Waisaw ta s with the
Chinese- Communis i. j.
What Dullts has been trying
to do Is walk a diplomatic
tightrope that will appease the
Funeral Tomorrow
For W, Lawrence
Of Camp Bierd ?i
Funeral services for Wilfred
Lawrence. 52. of Camp Bierd. who
died Tuesday in a dock" accident; at
Cristobal,, 'will be held Monday af afternoon'
ternoon' afternoon' at 3:30 at the Mt. Hope
Cemetery.
Mr.v Lawrence, who has lived on
the Isthmus for the past IS years
was an employe of the Canal Ter
minals Divison. ?z$0

Nationalists without provoking

wie uommunists.
Secretary of Defense Neil Mc-
Pimv h. h. h,.,.i iu.
j wwi veil i v Hit yJll LllC
miiita, v,otioti h j.;f
aiiccuy
with Chiang in
impeii BUt
Dulles has also
talked with!
Chinese Ambassaaor
George
Yen in Washington.
During these secret talks.
Dulles agreed with Yeh that
the Red ceasefire is onlv a
temporary tactic and that the
Communists can be exDeetefi tn
stir up trouble again If not
In the Formosa Strait, then
somewhere else.
Renewed nressure on Korpa
Dulles suggested is a likeli likelihood,
hood, likelihood, Ye Olde Rocket
Evokes Excerpts
From Shakespeare
LONDON (UPI) The weekly
"Spectator" reoorted the results
of a contest in which entrants
were asked last week to find lines
in .&hakespeare appropriate for
comment on the American moon
rocket a. tempt.
some winners:
"Thou canst not hit it. hit it
hit it; thou canst not hit it, my
gooa manr- uve's La&or Lost,
Acr IV, Scene 2.
"I see the tlory like a shoot shooting
ing shooting star, fall to the base earth
from the firmament." (Richard
II, 'Act II, Scene 4.)
"How ill agrees it with your
gravity.- (uimeay of Jurors, Act
IL. Scene 2.)
'"What, out of hearine? Gone?
No sound, no word? Alack, where
are you?" (Midsummer Night's
Dream, Act II, Scene 2.)
'Come, let's make haste she'll
soon be back again." (Macbeth,
Act HI. Scene 4.)
-"And 'tis not done; the attempt
and not the deed confounds us.
(Macbeth. Act II, Scene 2).

Charg

With Insisting
On Treaty Breach

o

Canal Zone Gov, William E. Potter is under fire in
Panama today for according to his critics, sponsoring
open violation of one of the clauses of the 1955 Remon Remon-Eisenhower.treaty
Eisenhower.treaty Remon-Eisenhower.treaty between Panama and the U.S.
The criticism springs chiefly from Potter's declarer
tion to, the Panamd Chamber of Commerce Wednesday
night if Panama cannot produce the goods (such as qual-"
ity beef) which the Canal Zone wants, what does it mat matter
ter matter to Panama where the Zone buvs thee AO rru

n i t l i
wnui tone nas Deen ouying
land top-quality beef more
His critics contend the

as the only other permissable source of supply if it is is-"feasible"
"feasible" is-"feasible" to procure the goods Stateside. f
Accusing Potter of "insisting on an error' the Span-ins-lanqiage
newspaper El Panama America edfiforializ- '
ed yesterday that "to err is human and, of coarse, pardon pardonable.
able. pardonable. But deliberate insistence on an errif is a different

thing altogether.
In,, -.addition to "an ..editorial
CtilnnfofU'a1?; ,-on;PcftT;ev'.tfft-
xniiA- thtrthe -Canal JZubb" Is a
"gold mine" and la "not a cap
tive market the tabloldi'lA
Hora today carried a front page
cartoon of a cartoonist's im-i
the son of Mrs. Potter."
Like El Panama Americi yes
terday, this morning a house

column In t):e tablpid El Dia.ed States or with the residents
also quoted Paragraph 8 of the of Panama."

lya!) Memorandum of Under Under-v.and'i
v.and'i Under-v.and'i g& between PanAiaa and
the United States.
The paragraph in question
specifies that the ii';ictke
that will be followed iiy Ca
nal Zone agencies is tj im
port merchandise, either from i
the Vnited States of Amer
ica or from sources in the
teiiubiic of I'atuma, un.. is in
some cases it is not "leasible."
In his talK before Panama l
businessmen Tuesuay nigQt, the
Canal Zone Governor Ivxi con contended
tended contended that the Canal Zone
could buy "better beef in Aus Australia
tralia Australia or New Zealand, frozen,
cheaper and three grades nigh
er than I can buy m the aoat-
in rttiiama ana u ran
n ..1 t
ama. could not
,:. it ,nij f ,tf,.- t
Hnnflma where t.ho Znnm rrnt
them from.'
El Panama America's editor
ial .emphasized that Potter's
stand Is in "open conflict" whh
the 1955 treaty and went on to
say:
And it seems to us some
thing rather serious for the re
lations between the two coun countries
tries countries that nobody legs than the
highest civilian official of the
Canal Zone, charged... with
safeguarding faithful compli
ance with specific stipulations
of the treaties, who should
make such a statement.'
According to the editorial the
treaty clause in question "does
not admit evasions nor circum
locutions."
It does not say, neither
directly nor Implicitly, that
the Zone can choose the
prices that suits them in any
part of the world. This is
precisely, what it was Intend Intended
ed Intended to avoid. To insist now on
that right of the Canal Zone
to import, duty free, mer merchandise
chandise merchandise from' any part ot
the world, is to openly chal-r
lenge what has been agreed
upon."
In another paragraph, the
editorial said "it is immaterial
whether Potter likes or does not
like the contractual firocedure.

"It is also immaterial that,!" .at "''' proclaimed- th
in order to circumvent it, hei:v lf"ort
adduces to more or ids fallaci- h p,T a 5 tb.riS"??ed
ous reasons like the one about b'JT" w w".'-0"
the Canal Zone 'not being aiBaUlmorB has Just arrived."
captive market.' What has been Th nl?hf was m A ...
agreed upon must be complied tlldf of between S InH Vnna

without discussion.
"What haopens is and that
is the root, of the matter is
that the canal Zone wants to
continue to have the right to
buy freely in any country in
the world items which enter the
Zone free of duties. -7
"This privilege is nofr enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by the residents of the Unit United
ed United States nor those of Panama.
"And In the new treaty what

e Governor ?

. a---"-
Australian and New Zea
or less regularly).
1955 Trearv nam rh ui'it

ypledsely lnten,deAIaV:to-,
prdlyenf the Canal Zone from

continuing m the privileged. p,
vWJrM Of SUDDlVin ltsplf frnm
any part of the world with im-
ported Items free of duty
It was intended to equatf1
the residents of the Canal ZOn
With the resident nf th tth.
Regarding Potter's "captive
market" statement,, La HoiaV
editorial agreed that the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone is not '-., captive
market, but added that for a
anu nisiuric reason, it
snould be a 'sensitive
mar-
uei."
4iiti0ncluded y admonishing
the Governor that if American?
"wanted
to practice t.hn
mocracy they preach and want
to be just, it would be well that
'fe:'e.ei hat ey are morally
obligated to consiaer the cu5
Zone a sensitive and just mar mar-Ket,
Ket, mar-Ket, capable of compensaunir
us. lor the sacrifices which
we have maris fn- nwfu i
ra iu nines
ica and the entire world." -C
-El Panama America' ended
lis ecntoiiiti oy cwii, "e
hops that Potter, "whom w do
no a. consider has any hostile: or
aaverse sentiments towards out
republic, meditatec arefully oa
the delicate projections con-
iSwi111 8.tand he has to to-sistently
sistently to-sistently taken." r
Pan Ain's Jel 707
Krr'
Balliniore-Brusseb
Hop Near 7 Hours

.BRUSSELS, Belgium, Oct."T7
fUPD-The Pan American World
Airways jet clipper America flew -l
from Baltimore to Brussels in Just
over seven hours today on a pre pre-'nsugttrxl
'nsugttrxl pre-'nsugttrxl flight, that ushered the
United States into the commercial
pure-jet age. 1 f
Pan American said the Boelnf
707 121 with more than 40 notables
aboard made the historic flight 1
from Frienrithin Field outside Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore to Melsbroek Airport in
seven houis and 19 minuses at aa
average speed of 540 mph,,

A nonchalant woman announe-
H took off from Baltimore at
7:54 p.m. and set dawn here short
ly. after ft a.m., Brussels time, fir
ing two-thirds of the distance in
darkness. -' ..,4 ,k
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Pan American officials had hop
ed to make the flight in less than
seven hours but the plana ran in
o turhulenre as it approached
England and the bad weather de
layed it iliglitljrrtw u

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1951
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eaerattaa' tram raaaan.
-THE MAIL BOX

CUTE CHEER
Sir:
t urnnnnlEiir" iTuIni Rnx

: College haa so much of everything that is betier than anyone
else he might explain what happened at the Jamboree? I ad ad-i
i ad-i wit Junior College has cute cheering uniiorms and some cute
cheerleaders,' but their queen was not the cutest one at the
i Jamboree, although indeed she was mighty cute. I think Bal Bal-boa's
boa's Bal-boa's cheerleaders are very cute and so are Cnstobal s, scr I
I don't see how "Connoisseur" can say C.Z. Junior College has
; the cutest cheerleaders.
Concerned Teenager

WHAT DID THE PRESIDENT SAY TO THE MINISTER,
AND WHY?
: m Just what did the President of the United States say to the
Foreign Minister of Panama? From reports in local newspapers
:iV would em he had better have confined himself to safely
; time tested remarks about the minutes elapsing between bever-
'8eSFirst we read that Mr. Eisenhower told Mike Moreno than
Jhls own (the US) State Department was blockinK romp ance
;with certain features of the 1955 Treaty. This sounded unbe unbe-"lieveably
"lieveably unbe-"lieveably odd, even for Mr. Eisenhower, who seems to have a
? tendency to talk first and look into the facts later.
'i .Then Moreno says his remarks on arrival at the Tocumen
Ivme misinterpreted. What he meant to tell the press was i that
i KtW Eisenhower said the US Congress was blocking; some treaty
iSow this is not quite so fantastic as the first report But
i it's fantastic enough. Isn't there something about a united front
W foreign affairs? We now have a President, who needs and
I seeks the support of the Congress, criticizing that body to an
official visitor from a friendly foreign power? Ajtounde(J

STUDENTS, NATIONAL GUARD AND TEDDY ROOSEVELT
Sir'
"At a recent news conference (rebroadcast over CFN Presi-
t.H Amerlran read about "How the

. r,-. ijo rintrW in
, t- t tho

is stated that In "Panama, Reds, stirring up student riots,
ITightlng police, are out to force the VS. to give Panama cun-

vclews control oi tne canm iuut.
!k We Zonians should pay attention to this article which Pres-
, Aithniurh t.h Panamanian

students say they are protesting

ftacmues ana against me puwer
i...iv, tt.. f

( riicuu piajriK nit bci"

t'Who seek to bring the Communists to power m rwiama
armed repolution. (The National Guard is th only organi

I in- Panama wnicn consists oi uue rauwnamau !'
' Also, we must fight against the concessions which our gov gov-l'"emment
l'"emment gov-l'"emment is making to Panama. The government of Panama is
following the Commuhist fine bytrying to get complete control
of the Canal Zone. The operation of a-dairy toy the Cafcal Zone
wdBQvernment apd the sale of Juxuxy items In the commissaries
mmay-seem to be small points but the government of Panama
is trying to chip away in this manner at our control of the
Canal Zone.
The United States is sovereign in the Canal Zone. Our great
pre. lent, Theodore Roosevelt, led Americans in the struggle to
mal the Isthmus a great artery of world trade. The native
population of Panama, incapable of realizing the potentialities
of the Isthmus, has always resented the. energy and intelligence
of we Americans. Panamanian troublemakers are natural allies
of the Communists, and we should stand firm and give them a
taste of the Big Stick if they become aggressive.
We Zonians are manning an outpost of America; we are
leading our fellow Americans to their manifest destiny. We
should encourage bur government to aid the Panamanian Na National
tional National Guard in every way. We must never give in to insolent
attempts to take over the Canal Zone.

IT'S A DRILL TEAM, THAT'S WHAT

Sir:

t.i- f fV. TJolKno Utah Krhnnl PrlTr TInH. T

DClllg a litcAiivci vi "i'wu
would like to explain to "Anxious for My Children" (Mail Box,
Oct. 14). He observed on the BHS lawn.
The so-called "Hitler youth movement" Is called the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School ROTC Drill Team. We practise Monday, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from three o'clock to four o'clock.
This practice will eliminate the bumping into each other. This
drill involves utmost coordination and timing.
The rifles we use were adopted by the US Army in January
1939, The rifle's official designation is US Rifle Caliber 30MI.
This is the standard rifle soon to be replaced by the new M14
to be issued in 1960.

J.11B Jjfuuun. u whwui i w v ... o
lzed since 1948. I think the Superintendent of Schools and the
principal of BHS are fully aware of the Balboa High School
ROTC Drill Team.
The first review for Balboa High School ROTC Unit will be
held on Wednesday, Oct. 22. It will be held In honor of the
High School Principal. The ROTC Drill Team will also be pre present
sent present at t)ie ceremony. Starting time is approximately 11:15 a.m.

PARENTAL
Si:
t am wrttinir thi in defense

to by "Concerned Parents" (Mall Box, Oct. 11). The young
generation is being constantly condemned. By whom? Our an angelic,"
gelic," angelic," parents! I ask you What are "Concerned Parents" do doing
ing doing about it, or. rather what have they done? Are they doing
their utmost to set the best examples of morality before their
children? Where do we learn our manners? Where are we ex exposed
posed exposed to drinking? How many "Concerned Parents" have week week-f.nd
f.nd week-f.nd xnrees inti fall trt take their children to church. Our char

acter is based on what we learn in the home. If parents are
concerned about us, why don't they try sweeping around their
1 1. l . . i .IaIm tn. ink r4

raising the so-called "delinquents" of today.
Defending Student

BOILED
Sir:
If "Frustrated Shopper"

here on the Isthmus why doesn't she leave? She and her hus

band can give up his two stripes
UYina high on a soldier s pay
Why does the Canal Zone
civilian dress and sneak Into

the type who interferes with our bingo playing and she never
had it so good and she probably complains of our schools being

no good.1 She makes my wood

' ""I" "" eaafiaWia

LEADERS
Oct. Ill UlinKS .b. JUI1IU1
the Oct. 3 issue Of U.S. News
ppri rmerate In 72 Countries,
against the lack of educational
ui wc j
rnmmunists nr fellow-travellers
w. !,.

Admirer of Theodora Roosevelt

Third Year Member
EXAMPLES
of the BHS students referred
BLOOD

(Mall Box, Oct. 15) doesn't like It

and go back to work, instead of
wnicn tney aon t earn anyway.
government let soldiers dress In
commissaries and buy stuff She's
doh over.
Third Generation Zonian

By ROIIRT C. RUAKK
PORTLAND, Ore. I suppose
thai most good ciUens of Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas aim vutiin.i, ami other staiei
as well, refrained from tuning in
.heir TV's to he la.ely compie ea
World Series, foi fear of scarring
hp r pvphalk hpforp a flats'ani

act oi inierracial fraternizing.
In.peratinn has carried bast-Dall
by complete storm, and televised
athletics should be placed ou-u-
mi s for Orval Faubus.
Els.on Howard :s no' white, nor
is Hank Aaron, nor is Bill Bruton,
nor Vies Covington,- nsr a good
quarler of the rosters of the ma major
jor major league clubs.
It would be appalling to think
that Faubus's flock should be ex exposed
posed exposed to a sight such as Mr. Els Els-on
on Els-on Howard's warm embrace by
his white teamma.es just after he
had won the series w h the single
that scored Yogi Berra, making
possible Mr. Moose Skowron's
mighty home run.
Mr. Howard also did not detract
from the Yankee effort a couple
days ahead of hi final fea', when
he skidded face first into the turf
to start the double play that real really
ly really kept the Yankees in the series.
Nor do I believe that the ick
work of Mr. Aaron was any great
de riment to the Milwaukee boys'
mass endeavor.
The most amusing thin? io me
is that baseball is possibly peo peopled
pled peopled by more Southern and Mid Middle
dle Middle Western prejudice than any
group you might name.
The Carolinas, Virginia, Loui Louisiana,
siana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Ar Arkansas,
kansas, Arkansas, .Missouri have always yield
ed a crop at tobacco-chawing bi bigots
gots bigots who could hit hard, run fast,
and throw smoky.
When Branch Rickey first made
h-'s bold stroke at in eeration by
bringing up Jackie Robinson, we
had a little Arkansas effort for a
year or so with a threat of lynch lynching
ing lynching on the side.
But it all blew over. The first
efforts at segregation among the
players simmered down to where
it mattered not fo much about the
color as about the earned-run aver average
age average or 'he RBI total.
Today it is difficult to think of
Willie Mays ay anything hu' a
charm'og kid who hits well and
makes astounding catcip'. ano
Roy Campanella did not have to
break his neck to be an idol of the
nation.
Ye', to 'he opponents of educa educational
tional educational integration, it might be
suggested that there ;i nothing
more closely integ-a'ed than a
hall rluh with iho nlavers workina
and living in each others' pockets
for the length of a -schnni
if vnu rnnnt snrinff training. Th's
kor tte length of a W t"-n
enforced intimacy has in no way
detracted from the quality of the
na'ional stvwf or 'he performance
ot its wactitioneri. t
The business of miegraiion ana
tha denial of same bv the oaken-
headed holouts Of ArVafi,., a
rouses great topical interest out
here, where there really is no
ereat "problem, if you can can
if that. They seem to ge along
all right with Eskimos and Japa Japanese
nese Japanese and GvDsies and the few-n-ld
Injuns, but they fret about a Ne
gro "invasion."
Some people were going on at
great leng h about it the o.her eve
ning, as the conversation swxen-
ed from Work, beries ana me
great play of some of the coored
bovs to the educational imassse
in Arkansas.
"I know they'tre great, but base baseball
ball baseball is only a game," some lady
said "Bur would you want your
kids going to school with Hank
Aarons kids? Worn you want
Howard or Willie Mavs or
Don Newcombe living nxt door?"
"I would, one gentleman an answered.
swered. answered. "Thev'd nrobblv be very
nice neighbors, and. for sure, they
could teach my kid to h t better.
He's very good field, but very
nr" hit
The basic oremif that complete
eouali v. full in'earaton i bou"d
to come but that President Ei
senhower hurried it, is e enera!
feeling out here, and to that
sav. ooDovcork. A"vbody wno
wa'ched this World Series knows
that inteara'ion eomes as swiftly
and sure'y as- the peoole tnvolved
Terrvenizp its inev'tahili'v.
And the second that happens,
the oroblom is no lonaer there.
Ironically, it took a remarkably
bieo'ed snort, baseball, o demon
strate clearly what the law of the
land has it keen able o enforce
. .name'y, that man born e e-oual
oual e-oual and is entitled o the pursuit
of happiness, even if i 's only a
ioui oau.
out so fine that an ounce of tt
could be etretcnea inw a
that would reach from New
York City to New Orleans.
About half of the world's sup-1
ply comes from the Ural;
Mountains In Russia. About 1
per cent comes from Colombia.
Platinum la harder than cop cop-par,
par, cop-par, nearly as pliable as gold.
O Ineyeloptola Britannic

Walter Wincheli In

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Brigite Bardot's new inlerest is
I.aly's Duke of Grazano, who just
spiu irom u s acress-wae, t,auia
Adam. .Kock'nrou star ai an
Freed iecre.ly married his Gal
fnaay (inga Ao.g) a monui ago.
After he MexicanceLed his mate
.Sieve cocuran's ticker beau
quicker lor Yvette Vicker. .
Virginia McManus, uie scnooi-
marm acquited in mat vice nam,
anu U-ry crosby once were cozier
han a Cud and Saucer. .Ac.iress
Janice Kuie's playwright groom
and star Farley Granger wrote a
scene in lront of Doweney's with
their fists. .- .Jackie Cooper and
Pier Angeli d nnef-dated ai Gian
Marino s. .Gene nerney s com companion
panion companion at Leone's was socialite G.
L. Gerry. .Ricky Nelson and
s arlei Laurie Collins re UK huh huh-neying.
neying. huh-neying. .
Jack'e Gleason and Mary Kelly
(formerly with NBC Today were
a duet at El Morocco. .usa jum
broke .he Persian Room recora
Saturday night. .Why did Eddie
Fisher and Gitele Mcn.enzie enu
their friendship?. .Sinatra will
fling a bombshell, when ne imorms
the producers of Bardot s film
that he won't go to Paris to make
it She "must come to H'wood,"
elc. .Junior Gilliam of the Dodg-
e"s (es ranged from his spouse)
and the ex-Mrs. Harry Belafonte
Bon Soir'd it Friday night. .
Hermione Gingold's first-night es
cort is Baron Theo von Kotn. ino
d'vorce uit until Eddie and Deb
bie get their finances, in order. .
Producer D. O. Selznick and
daugh'er sailed on the Queen Liz
.No Jennifer.
Caesar Romero trips the light
funtast'c with Reno heiress Mu Mu-licent
licent Mu-licent Avery . .Mexican screen
aclor Juan Perez weds 'op Negro
model Anabel Hilton shortly. .
FDR, jr. run a foreign car agen
cy in Washington, lemporariy
sheyed onhic. .The soeciai -buil'
Caddy that stops pedestrian
traffic in front of LinvN b?lones
to Marty Walshine, a L'ndy's wait waiter.
er. waiter. .Congi'essman Clayton Po Powell
well Powell and sul'ry singing star Sallie
Rlair were in a secluded soof at
the Embers. Discussing the elec elections,
tions, elections, ahvenrse. .Mary Martin's
daughter Hel'er and actor Brand Brandon
on Brandon de Wilde have th" e'g"1ec -ome
thing te-rible. .The Broadway
book e s!iv "nobodv sni v-ir"' he he-cause
cause he-cause the Series ran even games.
The Yanks were Favorite in every
game, peculiarly.
The Washington Wire: White
House den'als notwiths'andin". at
least ten Presidential apnoin'ees
rp ro'ionin". Thoy inc'ude Am Ambassadors,
bassadors, Ambassadors, cabine members, ton
a'des. .GOP and Demo Nat'l
Committee are hv'nr v 'onTh
tfme meeting onera'ing exnens.
C-mna',i cnntribut'on! arp o fsr
off necessary requirement pro-fo-;rnni
fiinH r9i"r' K" re
tained to ran hieh-eear d-ives. .
Sinatra w:H 1v to Bos'on to cam campaign
paign campaign for Kennedy. .The CAA
okayed the first 'rans-fonlinental
commercial je -flight. The firm is
American Airline. The date: Jan.
11th. .The Demos rate Harri Harri-man
man Harri-man 6 to 5 over Rocke e!ler, but
even Harry Truman says the only
th n? voi can say a'ost "n
Rockefe ler is that he's a Repu Republican,
blican, Republican, Truman CapoKs new book
"Breakfart At Tiffany's," has se se-veral
veral se-veral recognizable kerrickters.
The breezy tome is due on the
2" h. Capo'e writes like a d-'n'v
Runyon. .Don" invite Nina Foch
and screen mag writer Beverly
blinet to the same party. The feud
isn't over anything Beverly wrote,
but an actor named Bob Honton.
(Girlz!). . Actress Barbara Bax Bax-ley
ley Bax-ley and playwright Inge don't
deny a' thing. They have f one
maaad-abou' each other. . .The
Henry Hull'., ; Jr (singer Dorothy
Carliss) reconsmiled. .. .Didi and
.lnhn Bary Ryan are imaging.
Didi was with Harper's Bazaar;
Kyan, who stage managed B'way

shows, is now a Wall Slreeter. .
bneila a kmson goi uie spai'Kler
fom Eric Fisher. She's on the
iUu a. xiie icw 4.uiAci. . rt-j
Khan's Inner Circle dinner- dales
incluae: s arlei. rn Guoert, once
on ex-King Farouk's girl-list.
Despite George Bernard Shaw's
unprecedented endorsement, au author
thor author Irving Fiake nas no. been
able to get one American prouuc
er (or publ.sner) ,o read his Am American
erican American Hamlet. .Living Room re regulars
gulars regulars predict wedding be ia 10:
Mary Ellen Hecht (of the Dept.
Sore triki) and ageni Jay Wolf
whose kin bear uie Rothschild
banking label. .Kendall Kelly of
Theresa Helbun's Theater Guild
stall and Wm. Nicno s of that
group ignited. .2oth Cen.ury -Fox
execs say Buddy Adler play played
ed played tennis 3 times last week, stifl stifling"
ing" stifling" rumors thai he wreMnevef
coming back". . Vihginia Mc McManus
Manus McManus can hold her ; hooch, any anyway.
way. anyway. Reporters say she knocked
off 5 scotches in a row during an
interview.

Yul Brynner's leading lady in
"The Buccaneer" (Inger Stevens)
is NBC exec David Tebefs lead leading
ing leading lady at the B'way first-nigh;
. .The Leon Ionidoffs (he stag-
I e those eve il itnt? shows at the
Music Hall) expec their 3rd baby
about New Year's. . The St.
James Theater on 44th will also
get one of those new and beauti-
lul marquee. . men -H"i-ian-caster's
recent submarine picture
did sub-successful biz. Didn't
make' any money, although they
touted it as a hi'. If their 'Tables'
film fops, that firm will: be in"
real financial trouble. ,A lit' le
known casualty of the quiz- show
scandals is Jack ("21") Barry's
budding career as a n'ght club
star. .The Bobby Sherwoods(of

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Dan Faley 'e wke goes thru wiui
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Remember lovely Barbara Luna
in uuu i" wueu it wa a
s age smash? She jus. won a
tOuj.' uivui'ce because ne oojeci oojeci-ed
ed oojeci-ed 10 her working in a night c ub
. .ine 4 Acei, wilirecord "Tne
Warsaw. Concerto" with lyrics!
New title: ."World Outside.". .
it's a sou ( heir third) for the
Lowell Lmsings ot Grosse Point
She's the former New York model
heiene Thomas. ."Do.o," whicty
started all the trouble for quiz
shows, just 'bowed in Britain and
is a large hit. .Ex-Copa cutie
Kathi Deane holds hands with
comic Jackie Clark at Cafe Leon
i-f .Milt-Trenier-, youngest & i the
Treniers singing group, is now
dons single. .Mrs. Gutav
Pabs jr, is in town from Washing
ton, D.C. trying to serve divorce
papers. .One of Arthur Murray's
tv program directors is tossing a
suit t the Nassau Police Dep't
lor roughing up h s lady friend.
Oh, well Milwaukee's got plenty of
beer to cry in.
TOURS FAR EAST
WASHINGTON (UP1) Gen
M-.-.Veii rj. Taylor, Army chief of
staff, left last night for the
F-r Efn and Alaska where he
will visit military posts and con confer
fer confer with military and civilian of officials.
ficials. officials. ... ;

WASHINGTON Bernard' Girn

bel, the big oepartmeni s ore owner,;-
was helping dedicate a new
develoDmen near his itore at 34ih
S-feet in Manhattan., sorts of
visiting dignataries were invited.
Thirty minutes before the event,
ius secretary telephoned to say
that one giest had arrived early.'
uimoei was Dusy ana saia ne woma
come up as soon as he could.
"1 .' think "you'll want to come
right away, said his secretary.
"It's Mr. RockefeUer." ;
Gimbel returned to his office ana
found John YD.. Rockefeller, Jr..
son of the famous oil pioneer and
father of Nelson Rockefeller, can
didate for Governor of New York.
The .two men, one a Baptist oil
maenate. tneiOtnex' a jewisn re
tail merchant, sat for JO minutes
chatting.- 'f-
"Mr. Gimbel." said Rockefeller.
"I'd like to have your advice. The
social register wants to change my
name to John D. Rockefeller, o o-mitting
mitting o-mitting the Junior. I've told them
that lam John u. Rockefeller jr,
Since my father's death, however
they say that I am John D. Rocke
fefler I've old them that there
was only one John D. Rockefeller
and never can be another, One of.
my boys is named Johr D. Rocke
feUer ill, and I am stai John a
lyocKeieuer, vr. . ,. i. --
"However,' the social register In-
sisfi that I am now John u. Rocke
fe'ler. Yesterday," continued John
D.-.., "they sent me the new re'
gls'er.,Mtsi Rockefeller. and I take
six copies, l sepi mem mj cnec
m payment signed 'John D. Rocke
fellerA ; -"Do
you hink." asked John D
rr.ih smile, "they'll be able to
caiUtTV V;?j- r, ;
F.D.R.'S OLD R.E.A.
The private power boys have
I found t new way to liquidate com
peting, rural, electric cooperative
join them. A New Jersey co-op.
founded 21 years ago by tne Kura
Elec ricition Administration, with
the persona! assistance of Frank
lin D. Roosevelt, is about to be
taken over by Wat simple process
The story goes back to 1937, when
iarmeri ia inbw jersey were cia-
morme for electricity which the
Jersey Central Power and Light
Co. 3 would not provide unless the
farmersrassumed the prommtive
cost of transmission lines So the
farmers wrote a leler to F. D. R.
who helped them get an REA loan
to build heir own transmission
system -from the power company's
.generators!
4 isyerybody- profited, me farm farmers,
ers, farmers, got their 'power; New Jersey
Power "and liaht got; moi1; cu
tomers-.' And e'ectrical equipment
firms had an added fram machi
nery,, HV;:
However.' as time went on and
business Increased,; thet private
power company cwt an aeqa;sitive
eye in tne co-op s acuities, nuut
by the taxpayers.
The big chance came In 1953,
when the Eisenhower Administra Administration
tion Administration began to frown on REA co co-opu
opu co-opu as "socialistic."
Most of all, New Jersey farm farmer's
er's farmer's wee brainwashed with th. i i-dea
dea i-dea osncocted by Madison Ave Avenue
nue Avenue rmblici'y men--th thev were
contribu ing to a foreign ideology
h" ourchasip" electricity through
their own REA co-op.
The final b'ow came recentl"
when Jersey Central Power and
Light seizin on a qu'ck in ttf.
laws, ordered its emn'oyes to get
"proxy" vote from 950 of the. co
on's 2 365 members who were wil
ling to sell ou Th util'ty's em
n'oyes were paid $1.75 an hour in
the'r spare t'me for this chore.
After the boring-fl-om-wlthin job
was completed, a Jersey Central

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membership app oves. ,.. Ingram
claims he has the "written con-'
senis" of 4.887 co-op members in
escrow In a Freehold bank. .
The co-op's directors deny tb.ig.-
They also point Out that the- tax'
payer would take a terrific beat- ;
ing unoer Jersey 'I'entrari
e-ms." which stiouiate a
price of about $917 JWO for the eo-'
op's fac'liUes,' valued, by others at
close to $2,500,000. :
RUSSIA'S RUBLI WAR
John Foster Dllllet 1m Keen
busy worrying about the brink ha
faces on the distant island of Que.
mvy mat me su t uepanment has
completely neglected a serious
COnomic brink, murk, elnco. m
vf"-. ivtfv .v
Thanks ,to Russia' ruble war,
we have let one of om- hesf MnAm
in South America, Bolivia, face
near economic oisasrer.
What's happening i that Russia
is dumping cheap tin on European
and Asiatic markets. This year she
is selling 18,000 tons of tin and
it's being gobbled up, by, England,
Japan, and West Germany, all al.
lies of the United S ates who hi hi-therto
therto hi-therto bought from Bolivia and tht
Malays. ;
-. '; !,.-; i
Ths has undercut the Internation.
al tin agreement by which Bolivia
in the past has been: guaranteed
a market of 20,000 tons of tin an annually,
nually, annually, -'i
, With this market gone, Bolivia's
tin has been pling up at home,
unemployment is increasing, and
the country faces serious internal
problems.
Ambassador Victor Andrade,
newly, appointed foreign min'ster
of Bol-via, has called at the Sta'e
Departmen' reoeatedly to ure
that the United States stockpile
surolus tin.
He has reminded the S ate De Department
partment Department that during World War
U the American people were sav saving
ing saving tin cans and too'hpaste tubes
because tin could not be transport transported
ed transported from ab-oad,
"Tin Is not J'ke eggs and but.
ter," he reminded the State De
partment. "It will keep indefinite indefinitely.
ly. indefinitely. You can Titore it for" years and
in case of war it's there.
But the State Deoar tnent, busy
with Quemoy tend Matsu, has not
budged. One State Deoartme- f.
ficial finally told Andrade: iu
must tell the people of Bolivia 1 t
nussia is responsible xor your
problem."
., i-wnai are me uouvian people
going to do? LiVe 6n hateTrask-
ed Andrade. VThey still have to
eat. They still get hungry even if
we te'l them to ha'e Russia.
"We have a defense pact with
you against foreign invasion. But
this economic agrression is lust
as bad as m'litary invasion. Yet
we get no help form the United
States."..'
Resul ; The Bolivian Congress
recen'Jy voted overwhelmingly to
recogn'e Pus ia. Fc 40 years it
had refused to recognize Russia.
But the ruble wr aB"inst Bo''v"'a
has convinced the Bn'ivisn Con-
res, that if yeu can't lick 'em,
join 'em.
Arrives
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TH FAlfAMA AMERICAN All

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Consultant Poet Robert Frost Raps
Brinkmanship, Pull Greeks, Bop TV

RETIREMENT Sgt Lawrence r. Payn this week retired
from the Army at Fort Kobbe after more than 22 years service.
, Upon-his retirement, and shortly belore he returned to the
V.r e was presented with a Letter of Appreciation by CoL
RalphfA;? Jones, commanding officerlst BatUe Group, 20th
, Infantry, Payne enlisted in the Army at Baltimore; Md., on
! Oct 11, 1936. He has served at various posts in the US., in
I Hawaii, Europe, and here In the Canal zone. For the past few
months he has been assigned to the Jungle Warfare Training
! Center Fort Sherman, .iTlie Letter of Appreciation, signed
by Brig.' Gen. Milton L.-'Ogden, deputy commander, United
1 States Army Caribbean, said, in part, "On behalf of the mem-,
' bers of the United States Army Caribbean, I extend to you
i our best wishes for continued success and an enjoyable retire retire-;
; retire-; vment which you have so ably earned." v

MOYlES-mEVISlOH
by Erakint Johnson
HUM Cwwwwfarf

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours: Mickey Rooney'i
ail'-alone-by-the-telephone acting
marathon in a half-hour telefilm
titled- "Edditf"v is: causing more
talk in Hollywood than his recent
return as. Andy Bardy. The show
is due on liome screens Nov. 3 and
the word is out that the little Mick

will be in we. ummy race again.
He plays an underworld punk try trying
ing trying to raise $1,000 by ietephone in
a life or death, affair. You. won't
eee anyone except Mickey and
you won't hear any other voice
except his as he sweats out the
frantic gabbing.
Made-up names are as plentiful
as blondes in the land or Holly
tunnri hut T hlua 1 tjinilpr tflfiflV

for all the Rwkg and Tabs and
Storms and , Stones Meet Nyra
Monsour. an actress named for an

Act of Congress and renamed
by an act of Hollywood.
i She spells it "Nyra"- now be-
cause Hollywood thought it was
- k. littla mttra. eTAtiff frtp ihpr first

L-mrtvi "Thi. Saripen Rlida but

he was born "Nira. -'JPap Ja Ja-1
1 Ja-1 seph Monsour was grateful to
: 1NIRA -the National Industrial
Recovery Act which helped him
' through the depression just before
his daughter's birth in Santa Mo Monica
nica Monica ; f!lif .... v.-

"Most people now believe Nyra
really is my name because I'm
of Arabian descent and the name
looks 'Arabic, says exotic Nyra,
who playg the role of Minnehaha
in "Hiawatha" on Shirley

Temple's TV Storybook Oct. 5.
But as a schoolgirl; Nyra was

iMira and jnira in ner story and
civic books "cave her quite a

'That's me!" thriU. v

J

THIS IS HOLLWOOD. Mrs

Jones: A' producer of horror
movieS.defended,,Jiis: pictures on
k Los Angeles radio station the
Mher nightr-saying, AVNone-of our
monsters ever drinks or smokes."

, ;,"But ... what about f monsters

picking, up half-clad girls and

carrying them off?" he was ask

eu. j r"
"Oh," lie replied, "'we make it

odvious mat uie monsters are

just gomg to kill them."

THE HOLLYWOOD $ HORT

iiine: Movie iddre to her producer
father: "I had a dram at nioht

but t didn't watch it I'd seen it

Defore."... Red Skelton to a pal:
I :sawj a movie' en TVso old the

gangsters maae tneir gateway in
a chariot."... Denis Day about the
gal's gowns on record, album
covers: . 'f -J
"Some of them are so low I'm

airaid to' pull the cord."
Army Archerd's line about a
shop musician: "He died of mal malnutrition
nutrition malnutrition because he refused to
at a square meal."... Chill
wills is kidding it: "I hear four
Texas millionaires are forming a
syndicate to buy Alaska before it
can become a state."... Carol
Chauning:
"You can't losetheater audi audience
ence audience because they haven't any

thing else to do."... A taoDed show

from Russia for "This Is Your

i.ife".:;ls id the talking stages.
WWAS Your Ufe?'.. .Come .Come-.
. .Come-. dian Mort Sahl about his death
scene m the movie, ."Love and
War.": :
"After all the saloons I've died

. rcxs, man, it was no-

' .- -. ..
., Not' in the Script: Sal Mineo:
"It's nice to be 19; I haven't lost
nrroles to a 'young' Sal Mineo
yet" .'-''i. i :.
" HOLLYWOODITIES Are Talk Talking
ing Talking -About: "The Ten Conim and and-ments"
ments" and-ments" passing the 36-million-dollar
mark in film rentals. Par Paramount
amount Paramount now predicts an eventual
gross of 120 million... A ft'ew-character
in TV's ".'The Californlans"
is Plyed by actor Dick Coogan.
Y ftllP kill MMM.k. 1.1 A Mit-L

, -..u.u. sciuie geiung western
relision. hn w, 'r.-t.i.

Videos in 1941

.Diane Varsi'i divorce' paved the
. way ; She's now dating actor Tom

Wayne's son Mike to Gretchen

HONEST INJUN Nyra .Mon .Monsour
sour .Monsour and John Ericson, ho will

Hiwatha.f fdmit tbeir;, red

i skin e only a result ef CalH l;
fOrnia sunshine. . J

They told him the- news the day'

oeiore me ceremony..

now- aauit con-movies-get
note. A German film import,
"The Third Sex." is about homo-
Sexualitv: artificial linMmlmtlnn

. ''VUUllHVtVU
is sportlighted in the Englis film.

ine ieventn Commandment."
and the French-mad 'Th r.

-w m. uv vnao
of Dr. Laurent" is plotted around
natural childbirth,

TV SOS from New York-to'
Hollywood producers and program
executives: IWnuca f ...,:ki.

damage to cjuiz and game shows,

iv a auvisaoie mat you turn to
new directions." Let's hope is not

west.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 (UPI)

Poet Robert Frost, taking over

bis new job as Library of con congress
gress congress poetry consultant, com

plained yesterday the world runs

too mucn on tne basis or rxou

know me. Al.

The 83-year-old Pulitzer Prize
winner also had wry passing
comments Involving such diverse

matters, as diplomatic brinks

manship,"" unreadable modern

poems,, the opinions of ancient
Greeks, TV, be-bop and business

promotions.

Frost'. his tongue carefully
placed In cheek much of the
time, chatted with newsmen: in
the Library of Congress soft-

carpeted Woodrow Wilson Room

The personal books of the late

President filled the vi 1 nut

shelves that lihe the walls.'
The White-haired New Eng-

lander wore a loose fitting blue
suit, high black' shoes and a

kindly grin. The acting librarian

of Congress, Rutherford Rogers,

sat beside him, occasionally re

peating questions. The slightly-

deaf poet called him his "hear-H

ingid."

Frost said one of his blfrJobs

as poetry consultant a private

ly endowed post was finding a

way to seek out and encourage

the best of. American poets. ;

"How to select, who to favor,"

he said. "Not just somebody who

says: -you know me, Al."

He said this problem afflicted

the "whole human" race, in all
matters and mankind "needs to
do a little real discriminating."

Frost a master of clear verse

said obscure modern poetry is

born dead." "All that stuff does

not come to a point," he said.

"No one reads it. It's a little
Crowd that playg games with

themselves." :

Frost also made these obser

vations:

'Brinksmanshlp" he said

Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles is seen facing each crisis
as a climactic turning point

"brinksmanshin they call it:"

But. paraphrasing one of his

own poems, he said two roads
separate "over and over again as
you wander through the woods."
And probably whatever "way

you go you'll be sorry."

the President, a Sunday painter.

told him his favorite work In

the White House was a portrait
of William Howard Taft by An

ders Zorn. He said the President
looked up at the picture and

friend told him recently that the
ancient Greeks knew everything.
Frost said he told his friend:
"Plato was wrong wrong all the
time." , :-4 .: ,t.
TV and be-bop He said they
dont indicate a decline In Amer.

lean culture because "We arise

out of chaos."

Talent He said he recently
met a former football player

whom he admitted to his ad

vance writing course, at Amhert

because the student had scored
four or five touchdowns one
snowy day against 'Williams
College. ..
I "He was Just as Interesting as
anybody else," Frost said; "He is
now somewhere way up in the
A. and P." v

Qcste Unquote
; CHICAGO Army missile chief

Gen John B. Medaris, on Army
plans to shoot a rocket at the

moon:
,;"We believe we have taken nec

essary precautions and nave a
system of reaching the area of the
moos in flight."

jjAN ANTONIO, Tex.-New York

Yankee pitcher Ryne Duren, after
being fined $250 for making the

"choke up sign to an umpire dur

ing an argument in the sixth game
of the World Series:

"Nobody likes to lose $250. but

I'll pay it with a smile because
this has been my happiest season

in baseball."

AURORA, 111. Battling Mayor

Phil Egan, calling on all able able-bodied
bodied able-bodied Americans to come to Aurora-to
help him kick out the town

police force: .-

'Ail races, creeos ana colors

are invited to bear arms, as the
Constitution provides, in the pro

tection and preservation of the
law in Aurora."

HOLLYWOOD Actress Ginger

Rogers, on her debut Wednesday
night as the star of her own tele

vision hour, after taking six years

to decide whether to take tne

plunge:

'Sometimes I tnuuc I may nave

waited too ions. I feel as if I have

been standing around waiting for

an angel to perch on my shoulder
and lead me to the perfect show."

TO VISIT MANILA

MANILA (UPI) U.S. Defense

Secretary Neil McElroy is sched

uled to arrive here today tor

tallr with hi alt PhilmninAa Afft.

asked: "Where does he get all icials. McElroy conferred with Chi-
that. Haht.9" at. t...m.. rhl.

Greeks He said a scholarly Kai-shek in Taipei on Monday.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS

Dr. W. ft. Grant and Dr. H. G. Foster have
moved their dental offjee from Ancon to Balboa,
Building No. 721-X.
The new location Is In the building behind the
Optical Section and adjoins the Balboa Commissary
Parkin; Area.
Telephone Balboa 2830.

Court Upholds CCC
Granl Of License
To Loyola U.
WASHINGTON; (UPI) The U.S.
Court of Appeals ruled yesterday
that college operated by a re religious
ligious religious order may receive a com commercial
mercial commercial television license.1
It voiced 3-ft to uphold the .Fed .Federal
eral .Federal Communications r Commis Commis-missfon's.
missfon's. Commis-missfon's. grant of a TV, license
to Loyoda University at New Or Orleans
leans Orleans directed by the Roman
Catholic Jesuit order;
Circuit Judge George T. Wash Wash-ing:J,Peakin?
ing:J,Peakin? Wash-ing:J,Peakin? for Mhe court,
said "The religious orientation of
a licensee is an irrelevant fac factor."
tor." factor." V ..
"As the commission (FCC) has
held, the prime Consideration is
'whether the applicant, whatever
ms own views, is -likely to give a
fair break to oners who do not
share them'," Washington wrote.
a- .
The appeals court threw out an
obiection that Tvvo1 -waiii nt

its operation by the world-wide
Jesuits. 61 th Unci rtf TM.

represented the kind of "alien"

corporation the FCC denies-broadcasting
rights. -. v
- The obifirtioB.' ui m1.miI hi,

former Louisiana Gov. ; James A.
Noe. Noe and the New Orleans
Times-Picayune 'Publishing Co. al also
so also inn uht th rh annul 1 ll.u...

The publishing company -withdrew

Wish'ns'nn wrot that th vm

law was written to prevent alien

groups. irom getting, radio and TV
atationa ai a. CBifcriiam1 4n th

national security in time of war.
The judge said while the-chain
n fauthfiri.v in AtwiraHnn. nt h

New Orleans school theoretically

couia exiena au tne way to the
pope, this has. "never .been used

in tne past to impinge- upon Uie 1

independence or ine university in

we.vpciauuu ox us raaio station.

TO .GIT NIKI ;

WASHINGTON nTPTrt.. W.i.

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American mice anu-alrcraffc guld
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Cecil Himes, school commandant and Atlantic Area commander.

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FACE FOUR

THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWIPAPEB
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MRS. MARKTJN--TO 'AUTOGRAPH NEW BOdK "'
AT PENVWMEN'S TJVOL1" EXHIBIT SUNDAY
Ani?ouiicernen Was made today that Mrr. Patricia Mar-
kan will be on hand to autograph her newest book at the
Christmas card exhibit and tea to be given Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon by the Canal Zone Branch of the National League of
American Penwomen;
No written invitations have been issued for the event,
bit the public is invited to attend. The exhibit will be
Shown in the Little Gallery of the Tivoli Guest House from
4 'to C p.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Markun's new children's book, "The Secret of El
Bam," will be introduced to the Isthmus tomorrow, when
iC toes on sale at service centers and at the Tivoli. The
mystery story is the first children's book about the Volcan
region to be published in the United States.
4 Mrs. Markun alreadv is well-known as an author in this
area for her -'First Book of the Panama Canal."

Mrs. Daisy Liem Chin Speak i
At Officers' 'Wives Luncheon
Gbest speaker at a lunch
teeiing of the Albrook Officers
Wives Club was Mrs. Daisy Liem
Chep, wife of the Charge d'Ai
aires of the Embassy of China in
'anama. She centered her re remarks
marks remarks around Formosa, and em
phasized social outlets for U.S.
military wives living there and the

82, Never Worked
NUNEATON. England (UPI) -George
Jones, 82, told a court here
today he has never worked a day
in his life.
"That probably accounts for his
youthful appearance," Police In
Speetor C. G. Taylor said.
Jones was given a 28-day jail
term for riding free on the rail
ways, his 130th conviction for
fraud, Jrunkeness. or begging.
"It will be a good rest, thank
you," ha said.

Two Elks Units
To Hold 'Turkey
Hop' November 27
In honor of Elks district deputy
Garnel Campbell. Justice Lodge

and Narcise Temple of Elks will

be hosts for a "Turkev Hop at
' "Ralioario Balboa" in Juan

Diaz on Thanksgiving Day, Nov.
a.
According to a spokesman of

the committee in charge, George
'-h"! Simoson. all details are

part Chinese wives play in the so- Dein8 carefully checked to insure
.,o i in i ,,,. 1 11 to .inle time. The services of

The luncheon was served at the

'aiiaina Goit UuD, with table dec decorations
orations decorations following the Halloween
a papiti mache pinata
of a witch was used as a center-
jj. .
Honored guests attending t h e
luncneon inciuuea Mrs. Chen, Mrs.
Truman H. Landon, wife of the
commanding General of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command, ana Mrs.
Nicolas E. Powell, wno arrived
on the Isthmus this month with
ner nusbanu, uolonel Powell, Chief
of Staff of the Caribbean Air
Command.

CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVI)
WARNER LEAVES HOSPITAL
CANNES, France (UPU Jack
Warner, 63-year old Hollywood
movie magnate, has returned to
his riviera villa from Cannes
Hospital to complete his recovery
from injuries received in an auto
accident here last Aug. 5.

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Tel. 3-1917

the currently sensational orches

tra headed by Willie (Moro) Mor Morrison
rison Morrison and Sidney (Basle)- Leacock
have been engaged.
Invitations are being prepared

ana win be distributed in a very

near future to the friends and ac

quaintances of these two units of

local Elkdom

&

eauin

lf3

wnat happens to you? impres

sion of a woman once she

speaks? Women who spend hours

in beauty salons and on shopping

sprees for a chic appearance de

stroy the good job if they have
whining, monotonous or rapy voices.

IT

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Getting kiddies to wash before
meals sparks many a family ar argument
gument argument and inspires cartoonists.

Try adding a few drops of cologne

to wash water with rich suds latn-

er. Even little boys will be intrigu intrigued
ed intrigued with good smelling suds in
which they can trace imaginary
figures.

Who would think that more
baths and reducingvjq hand in
hand? Bu it seems that as fatty
cells are broken dowe with pro proper
per proper dieting and exercising, more
baths are needed to keep dainty.

Uncomfortable shoes take th
sunshine out of a day. When buy
i&g shoes always insist on a good
fit. If shoes cu' across the instep,
but fit perfectly otherwise, have
the section stretched. Watch out
for shoes that cut too high In the
back. This leads to sore heels but
can be corrected bv haviric a oad

put In the shoe lift ypur heel, during the argument,

-

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The

yA PANAMA PIANIST who

smcnea in tne states, miss Ma Mary
ry Mary Margaret Dzevaltauskas,
will be heard in a piano recital
this evening at 8:00 in the au auditorium
ditorium auditorium of Colegio Interna International
tional International de Maria Inmaculada.
Her program will include sel selections
ections selections from the works of
Scarlatti, Haydn, Chopin,
Liszt, Mompou and Ravel.
Tickets at $1 will be on sale at
the door before the recital.
The public of Panama and the
Canal Zone are invited to sup support
port support the concert.

Comedian's Blonde

Said Near Death
Too Many Pills

LOS ANGELES (UPD An at attractive,
tractive, attractive, 24 year old blonde
mo(H who gulped sleeping pills

in the Hollywood apartment of
roned'an Roscoe Ates was in

critical condition today at Gen
eral Hospital.

Reba SanbOrn was not taken to

the hosnital until more thsn 16

hours after taking the pills, sher
iff's deputies said.

Deputies were called to Ates'

apartment around 2 p.m. yester yesterday
day yesterday when the 62 year old stut

tering comedian said he couldn't

swaken Miss Sanborn. The depu deputies
ties deputies listed the case as an appar apparent
ent apparent suicide attempt.
It was the second time Ates had
placed a call for the law officers

in less than 24 hours.

On Wednesday night, shortly be

fore Miss Sanborn swallowed the
pills, Ates complained a former

girl friend was causing a disturb

ance.

Deputies said Cindy Reeves, 25.

and Ates had apparently gotten

into a loud argument. They said

they quieted, the couple and left.
It was not known whether' Miss
Sanborn was in the apartment

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In New World

The thought of .water In the form Of rain produces dif-

xerent mental visions In the minds of people. To some. It means
a brisk walk through a drizzling ust of wind that plays hide-and-seek
around segregated clusters of hair, on one's head. To
others, it .may mean a time for reading in a comfortabla -chair
with a munched-on apple in one's hand while the pitter-patter
of rain-drops produces a rhythmic tribal chants in the back background.
ground. background. To mothers,, it means a hectic number of seemingly

carded thousand-piece mechanical set every place indiscrlmln-
otaln rnnttnl-J Ah I. . M

ki; .iKicu uu uie. iiour oi evei7 room, oi course.
To an artist, rain has a meaning and sets a mood, too
And if the artist's name happens to be Lois Morgan, the
meaning and mood became vividly elear and are expressed
for the esthetic enjoyment and to the great satisfaction of
viewers in no uncertain terms. t
Miss Mnrcan hn t.alrsn.uVarlatlnn mi a Ttinna Cl.n ..J

turned it into a delightful series of watercolors that are current currently
ly currently on disrjlav at. tVi ItSfLram rnm. o....t r a..

T J w tt fVAVCS OC1 VH.6 VCUVCI ill
Balboa, in cooperation with the Canal Zone Art League.
The damp and delicious smell of rain approaching, lingering,
and leaving familiar sights in the Canal Zone penetrate the
clear, clean mats and seems to suggest past thought of similar
surroundings and situations.
Mlsx Mnrcra n vdi Hi-trW Aoia.i in aUJa avu .-j

celved a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of education degrees

VA JVtl MASS V QlbJ

inree one-man shows at the Toledo Museum of Art and
the Toledo Artists' Club preceded exhibitions at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB and the Canal Zone library tot the artist, who is a
teacher of science and English in Balboa Junior High School.
Miss Mnrfran Vta Viat V, A- MafnfinB i i i .

tercolor shows in Toledo, Columbus, Youngstown, Parkersburg
Canaf Zonlrk Clty h" Wn PrlzeS in Toledo and ta

Her art background consists of an almost life-long, interest
in drawing, one year of art in high school, some classes at the
Toledo Museum of Art, and ten weeks of study in the watercolor
classes of Eliot O'Hara at Goose Rocks Beach, Maine.
A former teflr.hr In wfAriti f rv abulia 4- kAti.yu.ini.i.j.

ArUsts' Cluh and Toledo Women's Club. Miss Morgan paints

" i unjwcut waucn;ujui5 ana uses no opaaue white lor
lightening All whites and light areas have to be planned before
the painting starts.

one of her hobbies is to paint watercolors of the places she
visits. She has painted extensively in Panama from El Valle

oan mas csiunas ana irom xaDOga to Lagarto.
One of her previous shows was of paintings of Louisiana
done while she was a Baton Rogue on a Ford Fellowship
The fellowship was granted so that Miss Morgan could
study botany, paint watercolors of Panama's flowers, and Tis Tis-It
It Tis-It historic sites relating to her teaching of social studies.
Normally she paints at the scene, but sometimes time and
circumstances prevent that, so the artist develops her paintings
fortified with .Vtha nn Kiit nf

her purse or simDly with memories and impressions.

miss iworean s watercolors mav oe seen in the USO-JWB
Art Gallery dally from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the next few
weeks.

Gallery Habitue.

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To Illinois Mother

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presl-

dent Eisenhower todav Dresented

(he 40 millionth copy of the gov government's
ernment's government's best seUine booklet.

miant tare" to a young Illinois

mother of two children.

The booklet is published bv the

Labor Department.
The President smilingly present presented
ed presented the 106-page bol:let to ; 25-year-old
Mrs. Jenry E. Levels Levels-mier
mier Levels-mier of arbohdale. Her husband
and her ;wo children Steven, 2,
and Terry Lynn, 1 looked on.
The President put Steven in the
big red leather chair behind his
desk.

"There's the future president of

tne uni ed Mates," Levelsmiiej
said proudly.

The President tried to make
Steven stand up in the chair so

pnotograDhers could take a better
picture, but Steven insis ed on sit

ting down so that only pairt of his
head showed above the big desk
top.
Steven had no immediate com comment.
ment. comment. He devoted most of his
time to spuming the President's

globe and trying to' take the flags

down trom tne wan.

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GM To Produce
Firs) Ai'lomnhiles
Since UAW Strike
DETROIT (UPI) General
Moors, plagued by strikes over
Icca' issues s'nee early this
month, may produce Its first cars
this week since 275,000 United
Auto Workers menibers walked
off the lob Oct. 2.
The comoanv said aftlman

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wain r 1 3ts' t TI.-V7.l

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

By DOROTHY KILGALLIN
GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Anna KashfL the beautiful young

actress who starred briefly as

Marlon Brando's wife, leaves to todav
dav todav for Mexico to leek a divorce

from the Academy Award winning

actor. Her legal witness in tne

court action South ot the Border

will be Sid Kaye, who appears to
be devoted to her. She'd like to

nlav the feminine lead of his ori'

ginal script'The Star Maker',
but there's a hitch: the part; calls

for a 17-year-old, whatever hap

Dens with her career. Anna won't

bet, strapped financially! her .settle-

mpnii.rom Marion wm,M a wnop

H3.162 tJAW triembefs. Tbee T-i WallSlreetfers ae gahbini about

oartaminf unirs at 126 GM a new angle on anerman Aoams
plan's throughout ,th nation. that jnight make more headlines

ui woricet-s throuebout the na- something to do with lead and

tlOn Went m srik iner K.fnr at Tine Tanrltf Jnn.a Via hnnk.rl

strike deadline sef by the UAWi society's glamorous Pam Curran to

"unegonanons. lor a new on-! make a publicity tour in behalf of

i A"ougn agreements wai Sergeann Golon s novel, "Ange-
reached on a new mfimul mn.llinim" Sh'll ih tha nam. "Hl.

tract 12 hours af or the deadline, en Dudley" on : the assignment,
the workers emained on strike! which figures to foot absolutely
over local issues. rj nobody, since thefe'd be little
One by one they have been re mint in hiring her for the bally-

luuung io wore as me local is- hoo unless It were firmly planted

sues were settled. The first as-iwith all editors concerned that
anrviK ir nU.t i W mi ...

oC.u.j pjiaii, agresmeniis erensne was tne" rameia xnrran:

ouhuuijicu rvcuucsua'y Rita VxAl
production of 1959 models has
been hal ed sinpe the strikes be began.
gan. began. Meanwhile, two days of labor
peace at h-ysler orp. was endt
ed and production at American
Motors orp. was threatened by
a strike deadline at in a.m.

Friday. I :,'

nryiJler reported 4,900 employ employes
es employes were vilerl today by strikes at
four plants in De roit. jt

Both AM and union neitdtia'

President Eisenhower is at work

on a new and startling atoms-for

peace speech. The time and place
of delivery will be left in the hands

of State Department end Pentagon
strategists. .Harold Bower, often
in the news as a tough, official of
the longshoreman's union, has met
his most impressive foe a serious
illness.
Her studio would like Dorothy

Dandridge to come to New York

to help promote her flicker. "The
Decks Ran Red," (enticing title!)

tors said there was still time to bnt sne'ri ratKe" t4y in Califor Califor-reeh
reeh Califor-reeh eMiment tn nwr nia to promote her on-and-off ro-

AM's 13,000 workers before the' mar(, witn Jack Dennison. Vj-z-strike
dead'ine bun refused to re-.'y Wood's performance in "The
veal detaik of progress made in Girts In 509" is described as 'big

the negotiations.

Kol Shedrith i
To Resume Series
Of Study Seminars

and lustering, .keeping Imogene

Coca on her toes just to get into

the picture." t
The new U.S. women's' amateur

golf champion, Anne Quast, will

waits down the atsie with John

tFowler, a Stanford U. undergrad.

. .Connie Boswell and her hus husband
band husband are peddline the Chicago
show. "Js7f In The Round," : to
the New York networks; they'd
like to interest some big broad broad-easting
easting broad-easting company in a national
hook-up originating in the Windy

City

'Woodrow De Castro, president
of Congregation Kol Shearith Is Israel
rael Israel today announced the open opening
ing opening of the popular study seminars
next Tuesday evening, at 8 o.rrt.
in the community halt of K.S.I.

unese series of seminars win bei-loei Hmnton Is weighing of of-conducted
conducted of-conducted by Rabbi Isaac Neu- fers from three Las Vegas hotels,
mn. Entitled "The Life Cycle of of them wntin him to bring
a Jew", the series of six lectures this entire band into their lounges,
will exolMn and illustrate '" cus-j Appifen'v one of the pUees tried
toms and ceremonies of Io- ( it with Harry James' full crew
wh home the year around. her!nd it v such tfeat success
will be ample opportunity ; for; they'd all Hke to continue the trend
questions and discussion. Refresh- ,with LiorH in ehsrfF of the
ments will be served after each; noise. .Jan pianist Dorothy Do Do-session.
session. Do-session. All are invited. - pepn ( current"" at the Embers)
' finally is admitting to close
in i )frle" ''t her murria? to John

T. McLain is on the rocks. He li
nke their little bov to the West
Coast or Mexico within a week,
Th- "nr?mi Cst" alburn of'
"Little Women" (Kapp Records)
indicate th rii-ctor decided to
ignore the fact that the action of
tHe book took place In Boston.
Jeanne Carson sings the onenint:
number, "How "Do You Write A
Book?", with enunciation t h a t
wnnlrl have made Loalsa' Msy Al Al-cott
cott Al-cott blanch; "suitor" becomes "s "s-"tutor"
"tutor" "s-"tutor" is pronounced ''tooter,"
there ere references to the "con "con-stitooshun"
stitooshun" "con-stitooshun" and an 'institooshun,"
herself in a "dilemmer." As a
final blow to New England speech,
she announces "Ah'm gonna be
broken-hearted," rather as '. she'd
been taking lessons In hick dia dialect,
lect, dialect, from Ado Annie of twite an-other-show,
"Oklahoma P. S.
The music is quite pretty,
Federal state and city Authori Authorities
ties Authorities are investigating" a fraudulent

Prevents
Uitd aftar .very f-"'L"i

, eharga, Mtxana jSgJ
t prtwnit heat raih.

loo. Abiorkont
eoraitarcb base
clings dote, kpt
baby freih, com-forlabl.

mm

I

1"L"-""fl'--jL'

i MxlicaNS Menan Skin Crum httpt tutt j
painful Minburn. lu (hhI ImoIu) tmOMlT
. 1r"l8 band.' ; tax.

posed, cause anguish among pet
owners all oVer the country. Tn
aiithnritie heliv mav .malt twt

shop owners have been buying
phoney pedigrees for a song and
using them to sell mongrels for
$100 and more .The romance of
ballet star,Nora Kaye and choreo choreographer
grapher choreographer Herb Ross appears to h.ve

wanea.
The Hayward Morrises Xhe's writ
ing the score for the musical ver version
sion version of Arthur MUle's "A View
From The Bridge") are lullabyini
a baby boy. .There's no lull in
the rumors linking Sammy Da Davis
vis Davis Jr. with stripper Candy "9arr
in a. romantic way. She was very
much, in the picture during the

necuc aas .wnea jsammy .marneov
and honeymooned with his exitiha1

wife, Loray White. ""
In between shows at Boboli, Isa Isabel
bel Isabel Robins confess with her 'aw
yep. She's'-surng a supermarket
chain for injuries she received in
an accident while shopping in one
of their stores. .Susan Hayward's
bndlers think she has more chance
of getting an Oscar for her histrio

nics in "I Want To Live" than she
bad when she was nominated for
"I'U Cry Tomottow." In the new
flicker, she plays a girl who be becomes
comes becomes involved in a murder case
and winds up in California's gas
chamber.
Mickey Cohen, who is having his
troubles with the; San Francisco
police (they keep following him),
has hired a lawyer to straighten
everything out. The lawyer's auotes

on the situation ire -almost as

memorable as Mickey's. Sample:
"This situation is. like -Little Rock.
Only a little different;"

"fEMlatittMA

NU

When you write a postcard,
don't try to get so much on the
nard that your messaie can't be

read easily. If you have too

much to say on a postcard, send
a letter.
"I got your postcard but I
couldn't read it,'r is what a lot of

peonle would say if they weren't
tactful.

Flower Arranger
Invited To Visit

Morgarj Gardens

Members of the flower irrtnn.

ment course currently conducted
by Mrs. Pat Morgan at the Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa Y.M.CA.-U.S.O are invited to
visit the Gardenns tomorrow at

9:00 a.m.

Cars should be parked in snace
available at the foot of the hill St
the entrance of .the t-arri.na Mr.

Morgan will conduct the- tour,
nointini out the manv avail

plants.'' :' c .'

xne second class in Uhe course
will be at 1:30 a.m. on Monday.

uci. eu. in suoieei win be "De "Design
sign "Design and Color Harmony". ;

' dog' pedigree ring that nay, u x-



FRIDAY, OCTOBEE; 17. M5I1.

THE PANAMA AMERICAN : AX INDEPENDENT PA1XT NEWSPAPER
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Gafealdop Af riwwreaV

At Dinner party Last Evwwrri

Prominent "members ot Spa Spanish'
nish' Spanish' Colonv in Panama entertain

ed at the Panama Golf Club last

evening. The 4inner party ; wis
farewell' gesture to Ambassador
and Mri: Federkb, Gabaldon and

; ; i their daughter, 'Mm Carmen Ga-
l l.u .u i I 1L. T.tU

In JiMirrtiles!

LONDON WPiKA. New itfbrfc
Insurance man made nearly twe.
million jdollars- iln 24 minutes
Wednesdayrtight ,at n art- -tion
that se all, ,finie records
for k -4Mifiy$i&rj&ceM
for total; aafes? -?i 4"
SevWlhWiipreiiclivilw
pressiom'stmasters, nut on. vine
block by Irwin; iGoldschmidt,
fetched a total -of $2,18$.800-rnear-lv
half again the $1,708,550; record
et hi the "sale of 70 paintings in
New York last ye'aivV.-:
... .VJ ':
Even after lommiasionSj Gold Gold-schmWt's
schmWt's Gold-schmWt's .netj Sx$ei;Jet jte be
ner the Jwo' mfljion; anark.
A blue: ribbon Vaudlenc; Hfc
eluding such not?hles a's .' Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood ar Burt Loneaster nd
Mrs. Winston ChurchlU, jammed
Snthobv's- auction rooms to the
excitln? ;,'ale?.f but the -pictures
wirft knocked : down to dealers--most
of them from Nework.
Tt wa believed that, most if not
all of the, buyers miffht be acting
for such "hot"? tiricfiK
Ambassador John Hay Whitney ,.or
shipping magnate Stavros
Niarchos.
The oicture were; - '''
Ceziinne's ".Bov in the Red
vcf, bo''W 61B.noo v Nw
York dealer G-eoreei. Kellerv The
price, pf this nictf re ; more than
doubled the" previous record of
'K,l,200 foran Impressionist psint
In"..' ". '
,ran Goeh's. "Public Rtrens jit
Aries.? for which .New York M-e-
Samuel Rosenberg paid $369, $369,-0.
0. $369,-0. -'IJ;- '

Manaf'D "Sit!- in Knrn

knocked down to Kellesr for $316,-
400. -r ; ;:-r.
Cezanne's' "Still Life of Apples,"
sold to New York's Knoedler Gal Galleries
leries Galleries for $252,0001
Mmet's "Promenadet Ppftnit
of Mme. de Gamby in the Belle Belle-vno
vno Belle-vno P-rden," bought by Keller for
5249,200:
Rfo-r's ,,Tbe"Tnoi'ht.,,'.Jld to
E. Speelmann for $201,600.
Mtpet's ,"Sei' pprtwrit," !whinh
went: .to-ohn Sumihert for :!182,!"
ln? from h's father:jcnb(i(a Ger
man refu?ee banker who; settles
in New .York'. V,V'

baldon, who are leaving tbe Isth

mu this week, v - - r

, Ambassador Gabaldon his been
transferred by nis government to

a new post in. Santiago, Chile.
(Continued n Page 6)
inlPrides
f faining F
Technician In U J
' Virgilio- Gonzalez V., assistant
chief of the Information and pu publication
blication publication section of Statistics and
Census Denartment will leave on

Oct. .23 .for the United States; to

parucmate in a is monin irain irain-ning
ning irain-ning program prepared and spons sponsored
ored sponsored by the International Coopera Cooperation
tion Cooperation Administration (Point Four).
" The training be is to receive in
reproduction, offered by the Coast
nd Geodetic Survey of the U.S.
Department of Commerce, sup sup-o'emenK
o'emenK sup-o'emenK the seven-month observ observation
ation observation of reproduction techniaues
rfurin" 195B-57 by Miss Hilda Villa Villa-laz,
laz, Villa-laz, Gonzalez' superior.
'The program prepared for Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez is intended to improve
methods of Presenting statistical
information by the central office
charged with the"i accumulation.

development and disseminat on of
statistics for the Government of

Panama., Such data is basic to

economic development programs

ana technical assistance nroiects.
A s the Denartment of Statistics
and Census is particularly desir desirous
ous desirous that Gonzalez ,be tr:hed in
equipment maintenance, the- final
four of his 12 month course will
be devoted to instruction,, in the
maintenance an repair i of the
type of equipment used in Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. ; ..'g''

At present, there is no one in the
conntrv sVlled in the' maintenance

and reDair of this kind of equip equipment;
ment; equipment; 'Some of this maintenance

instruction will be given him at

the facotry of the American Type
Founders, in Elizabeth, N.J.

VISIT MISSILE CENTER

HUNTS VILLE, Ala. (UPD (UPD-Some
Some (UPD-Some of the nation's top travel
counselors and writers, visited the

Army rocket and missile center at

Redstone, arsenal Monday.

FOOD INDUSTRY INQUIRY
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Fed:

eral Trade Commission (FTC) has

beeun. a broad investigation of

comoet'tive methods And "ractites
in the food industry.. The FTC said
;t hd deceived complaints of taef-

centration of economic power, col-j

lusive nnce acuon ; ann uniair
competitive methods in food dis

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Iorth and South' vulnerable
South West North East
1 N.T. Pass. 3V Pass
5N.T. Pass Pass Pass
' Opening lead A J

. South won the opening spade

lead in his own hand and took

stock of the situation.
The game was duplicate and
he saw that he was in a fine con

tract and tha' the opening lead

had been favorable.

He needed four heart tricks to

bring home three no trump and

the hand would make just as

manv tricks at no-trumps as at

hearts.

He led a heart to dummy's ace

and East dropped the nine spot.
At. hj point in the proceed1 s

a low heart back toward the jack

would guarantee the contract a

gainst any remaining heart com combination,
bination, combination, but South looked at that

nine spot with great interest. May

be it came from queen-nine. In

that case he would law down the

king and make four odd. Maybe

it" came from ten-nine, in tnat

case be could go bark to his hand
and lead the jack; West could put

on the queen or not as he chose

South would make all five tricks

in hearts.

His last thought was that per

haps the aine had been a sinrr

ton: In that case the jack lead

from his hand could not hurt
him. West would cover with the

queenr South wou'd win in dum

mv; knock out West's ten and

still have the queen of spades s

an entry to dummy.'

This play looked best. He led a
spade back to his own hand and

led the jack of hearts. West show

ed out and Bouth's hand had col
lapsed. He had overlooked the pos
sibility of a false-card.

Q The bidding has been:
East South West, North
-1 Pass Pass Double
Pass 1 A Pass 2
Pass ?
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
A Bid three diamonds. A
two-hesrt bid is tempting- bat if
there is game In hearta your
partner should be able to bid the
rait.
. TODAY'S QUESTION 1
Your partner passes your one one-spade
spade one-spade bid and East bids two
clubs. What do you .do now?
Answer Tomorrow

Mansfield, Alcorn Tangle
Over Remarks On Formosa

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 (UTT)
Sen. Mike Mansfield fired back
yesterday at COP National
Chairman Meade Alcorn for ac

cusing Democrats of providing

the Chinese communists with
ammunition in the Warsaw talks

on a Formosa settlement.

The Montana senator, assis

tant Democratic leader; and a
member of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, also sug suggested
gested suggested that the Republican Par',
ty official may have violated
this country's secrecy pledge on
the Warsaw talks.

Alcorn issued a public state

ment Tuesday night charging

that."appeasers" in Democratic
ranks had dragged the Formo Formo-san
san Formo-san issue into the congressional
election campaign.

"The Red Chinese ambassador

in Warsaw, in fact, has bee-,
using Democratic political

speecnes on loreign policy to oe
lay settlement pf this problem

which threatens the peace of the

world," the GOP chairman add

ed.
He Issued the statement short

ly after secretary of State John
Foster Dulles had urged both

Democrats and Republicans to
"calm down" and keep the For Formosa
mosa Formosa issue out of the campaign.
A State Department spokes spokes-iran
iran spokes-iran had "no comment" when

asked if Alcorn's remarks went
counter to Dulles' no-politics
appeal. He also said he could not
comment on Alcorn's statement
about the Warsaw talks.

Production Grows, President Glows
As U.S. Shows Economic Improvement

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
nation's e c o n ra i e barometer
crept up another notch today
following disclosures of an in increase
crease increase last month in U. S. in industrial
dustrial industrial production and the biggest
September building boom in eight
yeairj. ,- -.
These- and other' recent indica indications
tions indications the nations : was emerging
from t; year. Jong recession pro prompted
mpted prompted rosy 'assessments of the
country's economic. health- from
President Eisenhower.
The" President" in; a filmeS el el-vision
vision el-vision appearance released Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, said ther nation .ap-

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new peak in prosperity."
Eisenhower citing Commerce
and Labor Department statistics
showing a 588,000 drop in unem unemployment
ployment unemployment in Sep.emoer, said:
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example of the kind of recovery
that you can expect when there
is sound, sensible leadership dis displacing
placing displacing a hysterical sort of nrn.

position that can do nothing but'

pu. mis government and this
whole country deeper in debt."
The President added that "a
free economy does have cycles
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upward trends. v ." His comments
came, in a television film made
with Rep.' Kenneth B. Keating'
(RN. Y.), who is campaigning in.

ew. lorn ior me u. s. Senate.
Also in New York, Frederic G.
Donner newly V elected chairman
of ; General .Motors' Corp., , said
Tuesday that "further improve improvement
ment improvement in emp'oyment and indus industrial
trial industrial activity is certain to occur."
Donner also said he expected
sales of 1959 cars to be substantially-higher
than, last year be because
cause because "consumer confidence is
gtrengihening.'V'-''. '..,,,'.
The Federal Reserve Board reported-late
Tuesday that U. S.
industrial production Increased in
Septemler for the fifth straight
month.1 The .board's index of fac factory
tory factory und mine output: stood at 137
in mid September, a one-point
increase, over August. ',
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tor indicator of economic hlth, has been
rising since April,' when it stood
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"We have a pledge with the
Chinese communists not to talk
about the Warsaw discussions,"
the spokesman said. He said he
did not know where Alcorn had
gotten his information:
Alcorn also was asked where
he had obtained the informa information.
tion. information. Alcorn said, at first it had
"been reported in the press," but
then went oik to intimate he
had received it from the State
Department. He.- said he had
"good reason to believe it to be
accurate."
Mansfield, reached in New
York where he is a member of
the U.S. delegation to the Unit United
ed United Nations, said he was "deeply
disturbed and disappointed that
the subject.of foreign policy is
being made a political football
by the chairman of the Republi Republi-National
National Republi-National Committee."
He said 'he had hoped because
of the "dangers" Involved that

both parties would discuss the

"delicate situations in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East and Far East on their
merits and in a constructive
manner to' the end."
As for Alcorn's charge "that
Democrats had given the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communists ammunition at
Warsaw, Mansfield said "to the
best of my knowledge that has

i not been :done." He suggested

the Red" ambassador might have
drawn on statements by col columnists
umnists columnists in U.S. newspapers.

"My mother is always worrying
about what people might think,"
writes a teen-ager.
"Sometimes she can't give me
any good reason for not letting
me do something. She just says,
'It doesn't look right,' or 'It just
isn't done.' )
"So long as I know I'm not do doing
ing doing anything wrong or anything
to be ashamed of, what does it
matter what other people think?"
It matters a creat deal what
other people think and say about
a girl.
A girl's reputation Is a precious
thing. Your mother knows that
That is whv she is concerned a a-bout
bout a-bout not only what you do but a a-bout
bout a-bout what others might think of
yoi'r actions.
She doesn't want anyone getting
the wrong ideas about you or hav having
ing having grounds for gossip. And proba probably,
bly, probably, also, she is concerned over
your getting into situations that
you might not be able to handle.
- i.

So"1 don't mark your mother
down as an old fogey or as a oer oer-Son
Son oer-Son who cares too much about
wf"t other-peonle think.

Any mother of a dauehter has

to cire what people think, and
she had to help her daughter a a-void
void a-void getting into situations wher
peoole who don't know her .weli
cf,,,,d raise their evebrows.
You probably won't completely
understand your mother's concern
for your reputation until you have
a daughter of your own But it
isn't really necessarv that you
understand jtf you will just trust
vour mother's judgment. She has
lived long enough to know that a
girl or woman can't afford to
leave herself open to criticism.

but must always consider what

other peode might say.
For after all, what is a girl's
reotitation, but what other peoole
think and say about her? And
how do outsiders judge, except by
appearances?

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Martnga cannot be acceatae' b
tattaheao.

The Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council meeting, which is held
-three times a year, is planned for
Monday at 1:30 at the Tivoli Cues'
House. All registered adult lead
erg ire urged to attend.

All widows who received an an annuity
nuity annuity under the recently enacted

legislation are invited to attend

Sunday s meetine.
Atlantic SltW Teen gars
Atlantic Side Teenagers will
have a meeting Tuesdayvning

at T in tht Teenage Club at Coco

Solo.

Longshore Friendly Saciety
A special meeting of the Long Longshore
shore Longshore Friendly Society No. One
will convene Sunday evening at
7:30 at the Rainbow City Lodge
Hall. Matters of importance to all
members are to be discussed.

Retired Civil Employes
The auarterly meeting of Chap Chapter
ter Chapter 24, National Association of Re Retired
tired Retired Civil Employes, will be hell

Sunday afternoon at 2 in the ball-1

Poom of the Tivoli Guest House.
- Plans will be discussed for the
froup's participation in the Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial celebration, which
will include a c-'fee for Roosevelt-'
medal holders at 10 a.m. Novem November
ber November 14 at the Tivoli. All medal
hntflpr ara asked to telenhone Will

. Arey Jr. at 2-1880 in order that j

Uje.Cial tickets may be issued io
them.

IURCI1E5

St Paul's Perish
Festival Put Off
Until October 31
Parishioners of St. Pan l's
Church Panama City, are be;n
reminded that the annual Parish
fiesta will be heH at the Jamaica
Society Hall on Friday, Oct. 31. at
8 p.m. instead of today as prev previously
iously previously announced.
The Acolytes Guild and Youth
Fellowshin wil make the;r month-

lv Corpor-te Communion at th

9 o'clock Eucharist Sunday in ob observance
servance observance of the 20th Sunday After
Trinity.

CALVARY PABTIST
Sunday School will begin at
9:30 a.m. at the C vary Bapti-t
Church on Sunday. Parents with
ch ldren are asked o bring their
children and register them, and
enroll themselves in the adult
class.
There will be two worship serv services
ices services on Sunday: a. 11 a.m. and at
7-nn n m. Tho Rv. Iouis A. Sea-

ley, who will be the preacher at
bo'h services, ha? announced his
sermon topics as" "A Relig'on
For Our Modern Word at the
morning service, and: "Tha Kind

of a Man ai tne evening service;.
During the af ernoon, the mem members
bers members of the Youth Club will meo'
at 5 p.m. and members of the
Training Union wolt mee' at 6 p.m.

CARDINALS ON TV
VATICAN CITY. (UPIV A
General Congregation of Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals was filmed for television for
the first time In history. Unltr-1
Press Movietone television ca cameraman
meraman cameraman Vlttorio Dellavalle,
working on a pool basis, was
allowed into the conslstoriai hall
for 15 minutes to film scenes of
Sunday's fourth session of the
General Congregation.

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ISTHMIAN TOASTMASTERS have installed Keith York, left,
as their new president. Outgoing president, Car. Sidney E.
Taylor, is shown handing over the gavel to his successor.
Otners elected to office were Greg Armltage and Vincent
Blava, vice presidents; Miles Gehm, secretary; Paul Moran,
treasurer; and Alfred Terrazaa, aergeant at arms. The instal installation
lation installation was attended by the wives of the members. Greg Ar Armltage,
mltage, Armltage, with a demonstration of "rocal variety,' won the
award for the member showing the most improvement in pub public
lic public speaking. The next meeting of the Toastmasters Club will,
be held on Tuesday at 6.30 p.m. In the Fern Room, Tivoli
Guest House. Members scheduled to speak are Dick Home,
Earl Waring, John Redding, Alan Alexander and Miles Gehm.
Anyone Interested in becoming a Toastmaster is invited to
attend the meeting. Call Navy: 2410 or 2434 for information.

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NEW YORK (UP1) Parents
of a'ii ari' lo ol..nie wnen Jomwiy
breaks a leg or gets hit by a car,
says a Jt'.u-.y epeil.
iviany m.shaps which belall chil children
dren children aie causco iy acciui.ii. -prone
nes., wn.ch paienis'can pass on
.o uie.r oi. Si i .ny, am Ut. .loini
hentler on, 52, medical d rector of
joiiii-on a.iu Joiitiaoii. 1'ie com company
pany company 'sponsors the annua: "Emer "Emer-setitiea
setitiea "Emer-setitiea iv.ii Vv ai. eek," oo oo-oerveu
oerveu oo-oerveu this week.
Ui a5,uoo peieJns killed in ac accidents
cidents accidents last year, one out of five
person.; wae accident prone, .ie
saiu. Teit prove ihai pe sons wlin
a his.orv o tinee maj-r accdenis
probably are accideiu-prone, and
persons vvi n tour ue.ini cly are.
Many of thee cases s em from
ciiuuiood, anu coulu nave been
prevented with recognition of the
h.'OUOlC.
"Accidunl-pronene.s is common
In ci.tu i6uu Miiu is lebued unecuy
to the amount of love, happineJs,
and securt y in Uie nome. Cliil-dr-ea
of acctden prone par e n t s
are IniltoH'to be acciuent-pone,
too. Prent always pass on their
emolonal ills to the r children.
Even tiny babies can become ac ac-ciden
ciden ac-ciden u:ne as a result of emo emotional
tional emotional conilic s between parents,
Henderson aaid.
Formerly on the staffs of Lo
lumbia University New York Post
Graduate, and the Department of
orrection hosp '.als here, Hender Henderson
son Henderson has held his preien poa since
1945 and also is turgical consult consultant
ant consultant to various hospi als, a mem member
ber member of he Radioisotope Advisory
Commiee c Rulgo-s Univers ty,
medical advisor lo the school's
Bureau 01 Biological Research and
on its Cancer Advisory Board.
Parenii can recsgnute an acci acci-den
den acci-den -prone child if he, or she,
."kes icipline very hard, and
threatens such things as, "I'll nin
r.wav ami starve to deaih," wner.
frustrated cr unhappy, the child
also lends ,to destroy the po ses sessions'
sions' sessions' he loves mos or bangs his
head agains the wa 1.
"When a child becomes involved
in accidents he actually is pun punishing
ishing punishing h mself or someone for

whom he feels strong love or
strong animosity Hendersun
said.
He listed three general types of
OS.
o i'c (lis astisfied
with their lot in life and turn to

i. ciiance
and nature to fullfill their crav crav-..
.. crav-.. o... o.i. i ourn up
the highways, take risks in sports
anu oil Me job.
Persons who lake out dislike
to: o ..(.! j .i ,. .......
t'ei a ..is wiio panic under pres pressure.
sure. pressure. They may be efficient and
intelligent, bui mey cannot mas.cr
iheir emoiions.
What can we do?
"Ge professional help. If the
case is relatively simple, such as
persona it y complex, a minis. er or

family doctor often can solve the
problem. A counsels' 'can make
you aware of the situation, help
ycu achieve recognition and lead leadership
ership leadership in the community, and find
new outle s for aggression. If you
feel like he bass in the
nose go bowling.

Pedettrioni shall obey i(

irgrnc iignais and
special pedestrian
signals.

In absence of signals,

pedestrians shall use
crosswalks, where
vehicles must yield.

Pedestrians shall not
. enter street if driver
is unable to yield.

y Pedestrians shall follow
crosswalk directions
and keep within
boundaries.

Pedestrians crossing at
other than crosswalks
shall yield to vehicles.

Pedestrians shall not
cross between
intersections which
have signals,

Pedestrians shall use
sidewalks, if provided.
Otherwise, walk only
on left, facing traffic.

Pedestrians shall not
stand in roadways
.soliciting rides.

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NEW YORK (UPI) Tapioca
nudrin! With a party air can be
made quickly and easily with car cartoned
toned cartoned or bottled chocolate milk.
Beat 1 egg white until foamy,
ad'". 2 tfiblesnoons sugar, one at
a time, and continue beating un until
til until stiff and glossy.
Beat 1 egg yolk, add 2 cups
r''nrolate nulk, 3 tablespoons
quick-cooking lapioca, 2 table table-;
; table-; noons sugar and 6 teaspoon salt.
Cook over medium heat, stirring
conslintlv, until mixture reaches

a boil, about 5 to 8 minutes.

Pour i small amount of hot
mixture Into egg white, blending
well. St'r in remaining hot mix mixture,
ture, mixture, add 'i teaspoon vanilla, and
cool slightly. Turn into 4 or 6
sherbet glasses, top with shredded
coconut anH "reated unsweetened
chocolate. Chill.

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rhinnorl nnreplain and enamel

on s oves, sinks, refrigerators can
act f'rci nM from housewives

now. A waterproof cement comes

in tubes which a nousewue can

squeeze fa the needed amount
to fill in scars.
Heating companies have found
that qui'e often owners blame
heir hea'ing systems for uncom uncomfortable
fortable uncomfortable rooms when actually the
windows are at fault. To cut
down heat loss, fill in chinks a,
round window panes with a win win-daw
daw win-daw put'.y.
There're many little tricks
tha help a handy man. One is
to keen glue from oozin? out of
an uncapped tube when it is not
in use. In the .wurkshop, drive a
noil tvirnnoh hoard, bend i- ho

rizontal and push "w nail through
the lube opening. This simple de

vice serves as bo h a racK aim
stopper until you put the tube ar
A glowing fireplace is nice dur during
ing during fall months. But keeDinT the
bricks fre of smnk" tint 's a
problem. Ty scrubbing them
with a scouring powder moisten moistened
ed moistened onlv onough to "'
pas'e. Pinse thoronihly. Brush
on linfeed oil to bring out the
color of the dry bricks.

Frank'ur'ers can take on new
zeSt with a little experimenting.
Ba-beeu" ther" by wranni"?
ihem in foil. Wrap each one with
twn tablesnoons of sPiie. Cook Cooking
ing Cooking outdoors it takes 10 minutes
on ho' enals for them to be t

kheir best.

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THE CHAIRMAN OF THE RED CROSS Nursing Services, Mrs. Donald Rogers, extreme left,
conducts an in-the-sickroom class at Ft. Clayton. This year 13 new authorized Instructors
were graduated in the Zone. In cooperation with Civil Defense. the .objectives -of nursing
services are to have one Home Nurse In each family and to equlpach cqmrnunity, through throughout
out throughout the Isthmus, with sufficient; home nurses to assist in emergency; or disaster situations.
The more home nurses a community has, the healthier it will be. The two courses offered
are "Care of the Sick and Injured" and "Mother and Baby Care." The Red Cress is a par participating
ticipating participating agency in the United Fund.

Requiem Mass

A raquitm mass will b,s sung
far tha rapes of tha' soul af the
lata Rosalyn A. Titus, who died
a yaar ajo, tomorrow at St.
Christopher's Church, Rio Aba jo,
at 7 a.m.

XJ our Retirement

A raquiam mats will b said
at St. Vincent At Paul's Church
tomorrow morning for tho re repot
pot repot of the soul of tha lata Mrs.
Ur Irv n Payne.
The mass is to begin at o o'clock.

By MARIE DAERR
"I'm always hearing that the
way to be happy when you re
older is to do something for oilier
people," wrote Mrs. L. B. "But
wh?t about somebody like me?
"I don't have any particular tftl tftl-pnt
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ful?" useful?" Yqu don't need a great talent lo
do a whale of a lot of good for
someone else. Here's how soma
older people have made the "lit "little
tle "little things" count in a big way.
I know a "lone older woman"
who spends two afternoons a wek
at a nursing home. She writes
letters for older people whose
hands; are' crippled with arthritis.
" She puts hair up In curlers. She
reads a magazine to a circle of

listeners whose eyesight is pour.
When she leaves, she tucks into
her purse a shopping list that
may include, everything from bob bobby,
by, bobby, pins to chewing qgum, to be
tken care of before Jier next vis
it 'r : v 1 y-,
"If I stopped this, I'd be rob robbing
bing robbing my life of purpose," the wom woman
an woman told meX
V know three retired business businessmen
men businessmen who put themselves and
their ears at the disnnsal of he
less agile residents of a housing
project for older people, in ihe
heart of big city. One a week,
all spring, summer and fall, th?y
drive people who must use rt-r.n
and walkers through the suburbs
and parks or into the countryside.
I know a widow who is a volun volunteer
teer volunteer helper for a harassed young
mother of three. "Granny Jones."
a the children call her, stays
with Stevie, Mary and Bill wM-v
their mother shops. 'She helps the
young mother orenare dlnnerand
often stays to share it.
i
"I feei Hke one of the famiU."
said thi? widow. "When my chil children
dren children moved out of town, I reall?
fit !n to lonelin"ss. Now I fel
I 'belong again."

T wow a retired storekeeper
who makes himself -iseH bv

ing little chores-tauttine in a new

jwasher nlanin a rinor that sticks

for live-alone women in his

neighborhood.
t kw a retired accountant
who takes a record wave

b-vr of reeeHs to a home for the
aged, one nlfht a week, There he

putt on. in lniormai concert.

"I hsve Old records and new,"
quests for next week's proerara1
the folks really look forward t
vitt. I dcovered that, once
I'd made the first visit; I couldn'l
sf- W"."
Who said you need a hie talerJ
to make somebody else' (and your
elf) happy?



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HALLOWEEN TALK Four Canal Zone teenagen talk over
plans tot UNICEF Hallowe'en activities, which include costum costumed
ed costumed canvasilnz iot treats lor needy children. Around thi table
above are John Carlson, Jrene Hasemann, Mary kerchen and
James Ratnbo. ,

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PREP FOR HALLOWEEN--UNICEF material Is examined by a
group of Canal Zone youngsters in preparation lor this year's
Hallowe'en activities on behalf of the needy children- pMne
world. Lisa Phelan holds up a poster while Richard Selby,
la Ellch and John Parker look on. (

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The Cathprsl olSt. Luke in An J Townsend and the Revv Carl

con i eelebratinc th' weefce

the 50th anniversary of the ded
cal'ioT of 1 he Chanel or St. .Luk-

which served as the 'beginning. !ro
the rwlfot the Episcopal Churc?
in Ancon, 'V
Among the earlv leaders of the

Church was Col. Gorsas, who as

sisfed in conducting services anr

acted as one of the leaders of thr

cnnf"e"afon, From this heginn
there grew the great congregation
nrl iirnrlf urhlfh ia nmv knnwn ip

the Cathedral of St. Luke in, An

con.
On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock?
the Catheiral family celebration o'

the event will tk pUce. with the

Ft. Rev. Davlrt E. Richards, B
ihop of Central America, as guest
nrecnnr. Rishon Richards and Bi-

hop Gooden will be returnins

from the mcetinr oi ine general
convention of the Eniscopal Church
nt Miami Beach. Fla. Assist ns at
the service will he Bishop Gooden,
Dean Peterson, the Rev. Dr. John

h'l'n liams.

' Tomorrow morning, which i the
'east of St. Luke, there will be a
iocesan service at 9 a.m. to eel eel-Vaf
Vaf eel-Vaf the ann versary, with tho
'cry Rev. Mainert J, Peterson,
'in of the Cathcfiral as celebrant
nd the Yen. Archdeacon Lemuel
'.Shirley, reclor of St. r"!''
Church. Panama as preacher.
, Assisting them at this service
will be the Rev. Dr. Johtl Town,
send.-and the Rev. Clarence W.
Hayes, John Spear, William W.
RaHwin. Edwin C. Webster and
J. Peter Farmer, Choirs and
'riends from all parts of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus will be present to share in
the' celebration.
To Complete the celebration, on
MonHay n'"ht at 6:30 a 50th an an-ni
ni an-ni versary dinner will be given in
'Hifmon Morris Hall. Bishop Goo Goo-deh,
deh, Goo-deh, Dean Peterson, Fred de V.
Sill an oilvr, will.be snVers,
and a large birthday cake will be
cut for the oci'isiott.

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Thirty-four purple-robed Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals marched in procession to the
altar of St. Peter's basilica today
to launch the final three ultra sol solemn
emn solemn days of Pope Pius XH'i "fun "funeral
eral "funeral rites.
Marcello Cardinal Mimmi, Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop of ,. Naples, recited this
morning's novendiali mass assist assisted
ed assisted by four other cardinals, includ including
ing including James Francis Cardinal Mc-

Intyre, Archbishop of Los Ange

les.
Th final three masses, flflch In

be! recited by a cardinal, were the
miwf snlpmn of the funeral rites.

Roman ipapal nobility, diplomats,

cnurcn ojgmrariea auu uisiiiikuisu-

ed national delegates trom all ov over
er over the world were joining in the

ceremonies.

Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles flies from Washinpton to today
day today at the head of a delegation

representing President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower at the final mass of the noven

diali Sunday. High officials of all
other Christian countries also were
flocking here for the' ceremonies,
In Moscow, the Soviet govern government
ment government newsnanpr Izvestis y said
Du les and the French anfl West
German Foreign Minister woul.i
meet here this week to "attempt
to influence", the election of the
new Pope. ..
Vatican oifrcen 'said seats ad
canopies were being prepared in
the Sistlne Chapel for all 55 cardi cardinals
nals cardinals for the conclave opening Oct.

2s. However, two of them, Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian Primate Stefan' Cardinal
Mindszentv an'! ailinsr Yugoslav
Primate Aloysius Cardinal Stepi Stepi-nac,
nac, Stepi-nac, were not expected to attend.
The sources said that in addi addition
tion addition to electing the Pope, the car cardinals
dinals cardinals would use the rare get-to

gether foif a deep discussion of
church policy in -all regions of the

Wrld.
The general prediction was that
the conclave would Inst a week or
10 days, much longer than the 20 20--
- 20-- session that elected Pope Pius
XII.
n'-ne's communist-line newsoa newsoa-per
per newsoa-per II Paese said yesterday that
-'Minn, of a new Pooe was made
difi'cult because the late Pope
Pius was "egocentric to excess."
"He cut himself off from anyone
who nut him In the shndow. He av availed
ailed availed himself of simple co-adjutors

...in effect. Pius XII didn't both
himself with nominating his tuc tuc-cessor,"
cessor," tuc-cessor," it said.

Garden Club Queen
To Be Crowned
At Paraiso Gym

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QUEEN IDA

Mrs. Aida Young, who scored

first place at a recent count ofr

votes of the Pacific Kvergreen
Garden Club queen contest, will

be crowned queen at the Paraiso

gymnasium tomorrow at S p.m.

The Garden Club will present an

All Cotton Fashion hhow" and
grand coronation, when Queen Ai Aida
da Aida I will be crowned bv Vilma

Thorpe, former Elks Lodge Queen.

I Master of ceremonies for the Co
Ironatlon will be Redvers Mark

ham.

The public has been invited to

attend this affair, which will fea

ture door prizes, the fashion show,
a vocal solo by Miss Constancia
Bell, and Wally Chilcott's combo.
Narrator for the fasion show will
be Miss Wilma Butcher.
A thanksgiving service will be
held by the members of the club
on Sunday, Oct. 25, at the St.
Paul's Episcopal Church at 9 a.m.
All members and friends are invited.

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Balboa Teen Club prior to riding throughout the Pacific side communities advertising their fair today and tomorrow. Shrfnerr
spent several houn driving the Teenagers around to the tune of banging garbage can lids, pots, pans and tin cans filled
with rocks.

Israeli Patrolmen
Given Long Terms
For Arab Massacre
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special military' court yesterday J

sentenced eigni israeii nurun m m-trolmen,
trolmen, m-trolmen, including two officers, to
prison terms ranging from seven
1 1 anunnliiiin vtinra t'nr the mas-

sacre of 43 Arabs in the border

village of Kafr Kas6im two years
ago.
The Arabs, including women and
children, were shot down during
the rig.d security precautions im imposed
posed imposed on border settlements on the
eve of Israelis invasion of Egypt
In October, 1956. The shooting
brought ouick condemnation, from
Premier David Ben Gurion and
other government and public of officials.
ficials. officials. Eleven border patrolmen were
charged with murder in the trial
which began. in January, 1957 and
ended a year later. The court
handed down its verdict Sunday.
It convicted eight and acquitted
the other three.
The court announced the sen sentences
tences sentences yesterday. It imposed a 17 17-year
year 17-year prison term on Ma J. Shmuel
Malinki, the highest ranking of
the patrolmen involved.
Lt. Gabriel Dehan and Lance
Cpl. Daniel Ofer were sentenced
to 15-year terms. One lance cor cor-nnrstl
nnrstl cor-nnrstl mil fmir nrivates received

seven years. Both officers and the
corporals also, were reduced in
rank,
Malinki was in charge of enforc enforcing
ing enforcing the curfew and patrollin" the.
border in the area of the village
near the frontier with Jordan. The
curfew was part of the security
precautions Imposed on a number
of villages on Israel's eastern bor border
der border during the Sinai invasion.

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Being Hit By Injury Jinx

This evening at 7 p.m. the Bulldogs will meet a
Junior College eleven that has shown steady im improvement
provement improvement since the Jamboree on Oct. 3. The action
will take place under the lights at the Balboa
Stadium.

Injuries just seem to be fol following
lowing following the Bulldog squad right
down the schedule, in the Red Red-White
White Red-White intersquad game three
boys were 1 injured enough to
keep them out of the Jamboree
but, were ready to go me iouuw
Inor week
Fimirlnar on being at full
strength for the A.C. game,
Charlie French, All-Canal Zone
halfback sprained an ankle,
fcpenlntr him out of the eame.
On Monday French was back for
service when Gary Ness, proDa proDa-bly
bly proDa-bly the outstanding fullback on
the Zone, received a broken
wrist In practice. Again Balboa
High School is not at full
strength.
Missing the services of Gary
will not eliminate the Ness fam family
ily family from the line-up. Younger
brother Dick, a 170 pound iresh iresh-man,
man, iresh-man, will be starting the Junior
College vs Balboa High School
game this evening on the offen.
sive team. Moving over from the
left linebacker spot to the Full Fullback
back Fullback spot on the defense will be
Dick Scott another 170 pounder
and a Junior. Scott will also al alternate
ternate alternate at the offensive Fullback
slot.
GARY NESS Suffered a broV
ken wrist in practice Monday
and will be out of action for
most of the season.
With the passing combination
of Gibson to Keepers and the
Bulllike pushes of J.C. Fullback
George Trimble, the Bulldog de defenses
fenses defenses Will have their hands full.
Defensively the J.C. Green Dev Devils
ils Devils are a strong fundamentally
sound unit. They capably dis displayed
played displayed this talent last Friday
evening, while holding the Cristobal-
Tigers to scoreless tie. If
Coach Stewart Brown can get
his Gapped Y attack functioning
properly, the game this evening
could be a tight go all the way.
Balboa High Schol not only
playS host to the Junior College
Green Devils but to Explorer
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DICK SCOTT Outstanding
defense linebacker will also be
in the offensive fullback slot.
proximately 100 Explorer Scouts,
topping off a Scout Jamboree,
have been invited to attend the
game this evening as guests of
the Balboa Hign scnooi stuaeni
Association and Football team.
The scouts will enjoy the game
from the reserved section oi
bleachers on the east side of the
field.
Co-cantalns for tonight's game
will be Charles French, senior
halfback, an offense ana Pete
Corrigan, senior halfback, of de defense.
fense. defense. French is a two-letter
winner with Corrigan lettering
at guard in 1957.
The startine offensive lineup
for tonight's game against the

lows:
B.H.S.
39 Ness, Dick FB
24 French, Charles HB
27 Rathgeber, Buzzy HB
35 Cage. Phil QB
81 Cunningham, Tom E
?70 Snodgrass, Jon T
62 Gorham, Steve G
73. Schoch, Morgan C
3 ji Days, Tim G
82 Rentz, Charles T
25 Pajak, Douglas T
J.C.
7 Trimble, George FB
5 Alexander, Don HB
8 Oakley, Ray HB
25 Gibson, Bill QB
9 Keepers, Harry E
17 Burch, Gene T
33 Mead, Burt G
44 Laatz, Charles C
99 Wllloughby, Jaok G
70 DesLondes, Jim T
77 Spurlock, Bruce T
Defensively the Bulldogs will
field practically a whole new
team as follows:
84 Adams, Dave NE
70 Snodgrass, Jon T
68 Price, James G
65 Marshall or Keller G
71 Womhle To"y
87 Cunningham, Tom E
43 Scott, Dick LB

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Yankees Get
$8,759; Each
Brave $5,896

NEW YORK, (UPI) Thirty
two members of the New York
Yanks will collect a full share
of $8759.10 each for their come-from-behind
World Series victo victory
ry victory over the Milwaukee Braves,
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick revealed yesterday.
The dethroned Braves voted
3: full shares worth $5,896.08
each, but $50 will be deducted
from the post of 22 regulars as
fines levied by Frick for prema premature
ture premature disclosure of the Milwaukee
player split while the Series still
was in progress.
Both the winners' and losers'
shares were the fourth highest
in history. The winning split
for the Yankees was topped only
by the $11,147.90 each member of
the New York Giants received as
a full share for the 1955 series, a
$3,768.21 full share by the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers in 1955, and $8,924.36 by last
year's winning Braves.
Record loser's share was $6, $6,-934.34
934.34 $6,-934.34 by the 1956 Dodgers.
Miss. Southern
Tops Grid Small
College Ratings
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK ( UPI ) Mississip
pi Southern topped the United
Press International small col college
lege college football ratings Thursday
for the fourth straight week and
boosted its lead from 86 to 116
points in the latest balloting.
The board of small college
coaches which rates the teams
based its ballots on games play played
ed played through last Saturday' night.
Connecticut replaced East Texas
State in second place. Miami,
Ohio and California Poly of San
Luis Obispo moved into the top
10, replacing Central Michigan
and Kent Ohio State.
Mississippi Southern, first
since the UPX'small college rat ratings
ings ratings were inaugurated Sept. 25,
received "23 first-place votes and
a total of 309 points. Mississippi
Southern, which boosted its rec
ord to 4-0 by defeating South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Louisiana, 33-6, led Con Connecticut
necticut Connecticut 3-1 by 116 points after
leading east Texas by 86 last
week. Connecticut had one first first-place
place first-place vote and 193 points.
Chattanooga 3-1 was third
with 180 points and Idaho State
3-0 was fourth with 175. Bowling
Green Ohio, with a 4-0 record,
four first-place votes and 162
points, was fifth.
Miami Ohio was sixth with a
2-1 record, a first-place vote
and 111 points. Montana State
4-0 was seventh with 101 points,
East Texas State 3-1 was next
with 92, Butler Ind. was ninth
with a 4-0 record and 91 points,
and California Poly 4-0 was 10th
with 91 points.
Middle Tennessee State, Cen Central
tral Central Michigan, Ohio University
Northeastern Okla., Wheaton
111., Maine, Juniata Pa., St. Ben
edict's Kan., Amherst Mass.,
Louisiana Tech and Kent State
rounded out the second 10 group
in that order.
37 Days, Tim LB
15 Reynolds, Joe HB
60 Corrigan, Pete HB
11 French; Worden S
Letters won.
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Net 62 to

BulMogs Begin I nterschobl
Grid Title Defense Tonight

By TREVOR SIMONS
The Interscholastic football
champions of last year, Balboa
High School, begin their title de defense
fense defense tonight at Balboa Sta
dium. The Bulldogs are favored
to take the lead in the '58 race
as they tackle Junior College at
7 o'clock tonight.
The Bulldogs have already
seen much grid action this year
though none of their appearanc appearances
es appearances so far have counted in the
coveted quest of the, Interschoo'
crown. Balboa won the Jambo Jamboree,
ree, Jamboree, official opener of the foot football
ball football season. In the general Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone race they have suffer suffered
ed suffered a; 7-0 defeat at the hands of
the Athletic Club over a week a a-go.
go. a-go. Athletics Club does not figurr
in the Interschool title with onl
Cristobal, Balboa and Junio'
College competing for what if
considered the top prize amonr
the schools. But even that 7-f
defeat was not a decisive one a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Balboa. One mistake, an
untimely flat pass thrown by
quarterback Joe Reynolds deep
in his own territory and Inter Intercepted
cepted Intercepted by Bill Rankin was the
difference between a loss and a
tied ball game.
The A.C. had gone Into that
game favorites to win and even
a tie would have been a moral
victory for the yourtger BHS
eleven. Add to this the fact that
Balboa's flashy halfback, Char Charlie
lie Charlie French, was on the sidelines
for that one, sitting out an In Injured
jured Injured ankle and will be back in
the lineup tonight, and the

Odds Stacked Against Weiss'
Campaign to Strengthen Yanks

By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, (UPI) George
Weiss, the "winter manager" of
the New York Yankees, has op opened
ened opened his campaign to strength strengthen
en strengthen the world champions with
the odds stacked against him.
He may find It tougher than
ever to trade for the players re requested
quested requested by his manager Casey
Stengel
There's stiffening resistance
among Yankee rivals, who are
bitter about player deals that
helped the Yankees In the past.
"Any club official who trades
with the Yankees and helps
them win another pennant
ought to have his head examin examined,"
ed," examined," snorted one irate American
Leaguer.
"Must Come to Us"
Though trading is front office
business, Stengel has been out outspoken
spoken outspoken several times about re refusal
fusal refusal of some clubs to deal with
the Yankees.
"They got to come to us for
the players they want," he says.
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Win

Bulldogs chances against Jun Junior
ior Junior College loom even greater.
Junior College's work is more
than cut out for them tonight.
Against A.C. and without the
services of French, Gary Ness,
Phil Cage and Buzzy Rathgeber
combined efforts for a total of
237 yards. Ness led the pack with
a 98 yard total in 15 carries and
the Bulldogs racked up 14 first
downs to A.C. s 12. ,(
Coach Brown's backfield is not
learly as potent as that which
he will have to face tonight. His
leading yard gainer is Don Alex
ander, whose 49 yards was tops
for J.C. against the Tigers last
?rlday night at Balboa. His big.
rest offensive threat is the right
irm of Bill Gibson who, strange
y enough, was able to get away
io more than two passes against
Cristobal and completed one, the
ast play of the game. Other at
Lempted passes by Gibson were
stopped before they could be ex executed,
ecuted, executed, stressing the weakness
on the devil line.
True there are some good
"oints. Burt Mead has done a
bang up job at center and
guards, Bruce Sanders and Jack
Wllloughby have been outstand outstanding
ing outstanding guards. Gene Birch is a rug rugged
ged rugged and big tackle, but the line
still remains incomplete, giving
the backfield plenty to worry a a-bout
bout a-bout in their efforts to execute
plays.
The outlook for Junior College
is a 7-polnt defeat and the
chances are that they will have
difficulty scoring against the
well padded Balboa defense and
reserve power.
"They're hurting themselves If
they don't."
Several Yankee "grads," like
Lew Burdette, Bob Cerv and Gus
Triandos, have gone on to better
things, he points out.
But there have been bitter
words from Yankee rivals about
numerous trades and particular
ly between New York and Kanr
sas City drawing the sarcastic
label of "Yankee farm."
At one point during the World
Series, after the Braves had won
three of the first four games, a
writer from an American League
city over than Kansas City;
growled, "Stengel's club looks so
lousy even the Athletics won't
trade with .'em this winter."
It's no secret Yankee rivals are
desperate over the almost Com Complete
plete Complete dominance of Stengel's
teams in the last decade with
nine pennants in 10 years.
Almost every year, the Bomb Bombers
ers Bombers made an early snambles of
the race and thereby reduced
attendance throughout the cir circuit.
cuit. circuit. No Break Up Yanks
You no longer hear the old
cry of the Joe McCarthy era to
"break up the Yankees." That
couldn't be done.
In recent years, league Presi President
dent President Will Harridge exhorted the
other clubs to "build up to the
Yankees" but obviously that
wasn't dorie, either.
Harridge admitted as much
early last season when he passed
along a suggestion from promo promotion
tion promotion director Lew Fonseca that
would set up a sort of "free
substitution" rule permitting
any player to reenter the game
once if he had been lifted for,
say, a pinch-hitter or defensive
purposes. Presumably that would
give the "have not" clubs a
ready-made platoon system to
match the Casey built up with
the able aid of the "winter man manager."
ager." manager." A trade boycott could be sim simpler
pler simpler and if other American
League clubs are looking for
talking points, the World Series
would give them ammunition.
Three Weiss trade products Bob
Turley, Don Larsen and Ryne
Duren were credited with the
four victories over the Braves.'
Weiss sweet-talked Baltimore
out of Turley and Larsen at the
end of the 1954 season., Duren?
His last previous big league sta station
tion station was Kansas City.

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A red hot 62 fired hy Canal
Zone policeman Norman Lewter
is the score United Fund Golf tour
nament hopefuls will have to beat
if they hope to win the first an annual
nual annual United, Fund Golf trophy.
More man 50 scores have been
posted so far in the tournament
which winds up this coming Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Fort Amador Golf Club.
There is po entry fee but each
participant must donate $1 to the
Canal Zone United Fund for each
round of play.
The tournament is stroke play
with full handicaps allowed. Lewr
ter, a five handicapper, shot a 67
over the sea swept Amador"course.
With the big weekend1 turnout an-
ticpated, many are wondering iust
how well his net of 62 will LTSld
up.
The winner of the' tournament
will have his, or her, name en
graved on the big trophy now oil
display at the golf club. He, or she,
also will be given a small replica
of the trophy to keep permanent
ly, plus some fine, practical golf
equipment.
Przes that have been assembled
for the 10 low net scorers- include
golf bags, shoes, balls, club covers
and so forth.
Low net scorers trailing Lewter
as of Thursday monring are, in
order: M, Roberts, a warrrant of officer
ficer officer at Albrook, 66; and a third
Dlace tie between General C. L.
Dasher and Col. A. G. Hume, both
with 67s. 'V
Fifteen Major
College Grid
11 s Unbeaten
NEW YORK (UPI) A total
of 76 schools, including 15 major
colleges, made op the season's
first list of unbeaten and untied
football teams today.
. Five small colleges led the list
i ;
wun nve vinories in as many
Starts. They were Northeastern
Oklahoma, St. John's (Minn.), St.
Benedict's (Kan.), Arizona (Flag (Flagstaff)
staff) (Flagstaff) State and Central Michigan.
Among the "big, dellows," Lou-
iana State, Mississippi, Clemson
nd Texas-were on top with foori
victories apiece, xne oiner- major
teams witn perfect records are
Wisconsin, Rutgers, Ohio State,
Houston, College of Pacific, Au Auburn,
burn, Auburn, Dartmouth, Army Colorado
U. Navy and Northwestern, r
Wheaton (III.), a winner in all
four of its starts, led the perfect
record teams in total scoring with
245 Doints against 38 for the op opposition.
position. opposition. Last year, only 16 teams in the
nation wound .up with unbeaten
and untied records. Of that num number,
ber, number, only five are on the current
perfect record list. They are Au Auburn,
burn, Auburn, Idaho State, Juniata, Pa.,
Middle Tennessee State and Flor Florida
ida Florida A & M.
The perfect record teams in include:
clude: include: Maine, Mississippi South Southern,
ern, Southern, Mississippi, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Teachers, Millersville, Pa. Teach Teachers,
ers, Teachers, Amherst Westminster Pa.,
Lycoming Pa., Central (Ohio)
State, California, Pa. Teachers,
Carnegie Tech, Pa.
Sports Briefs
GOES TO HERSHEY
DETROIT (UPI) Veteran
forward Jack Mclntyre has been
sent to the Hershey Bears of the
American Hockey League by the
Detroic Red Wings on an im immediate
mediate immediate irecall basis. Mclntyre
came to the Wings as part of an
eighijplayer deal ith Chicago
early last season.
NAMED ASSISTANT
WEST LOS ANGELES (UPI) (UPI)-Jim
Jim (UPI)-Jim Daw-oo, a UCLA senior, has
been appointed an assistant to
acting loo' ball coach Bill Barnes
by athletic director Wilbur Johns.
Dawson, who plays tackle, in injured
jured injured his shoulder in the Bruins'
opening game of the season and
was added to the staff to help
out in the absence of Coach
George Dickerson.
BULLETS SIGN BEARD -:
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)-For-mer
University of Kentucky All All-America
America All-America Ralph Beard has signed
to play basketball with the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Bullets of the Eastern Pro Professional
fessional Professional League. Beard was one
of several former Kentucky; play players
ers players who were mixed up in the 1951
college basketball fix scandals.
4, '"jk
TODAY-ENCANTO-35.20
Gary Cooper In
"TEN NORTH FREDERICK"
, Not Apt for ,Mlnorsl -Joel
McCrea In
"CATTLE EMPIRE".

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BALBOA MIX ED LEAGUE
Teams"- V-.. v r, w i
Turco -Products i! 17 7
Grecha Music Store 16 8
Camel-Winston-Salem 15 9
Pabst Blue Ribbon 15 9
BoysiBrothers Ins. 14 10
Ideal: Bread V 13 11
Canda Dry is It
Dillon Hickman 11 13
Bass. Shoes 11 13
Paper Mate Pens 8 16
Pascual Cookies 6 18
Ebonite , 5 19
Tureo Product 3 EboniU 1
The lowly- Ebonite "Bailees"
nearly pulled the big upset of the
young .season despite the fact they
lost i to l to the high and mighty
Turco Products" Sultans". The
Ebonites started off with a 54
pin win. They lost the second bv
lo pins, but the strain was too
great and Ebonites were clobber
ed by Turcos by 121 sticks.,
Bill Njckisher the leading kegler
in the circujt shot a 570 scratch
set and 576 handicap. He was ably
assisted py Ernst Zischka's 547
and merry Millie NeePs 506. The,
Ebonite's leadoff keglerette, set a
good example when Bess Shep
herd gathered; 511, and anchor
man Bruce Morrow was not found
dragging with 523.
Grecha Music Stort 4
Canada Dry 0
This was the big match between
the two titans of the league. Both
teams possess the. highest team
averages. Grecha Music Makers
hummed a pretty melody, on the
mns, when they edged the Canada
Dry Hi-Sports by 14 pins in the
opener. They did not change the
tune tor me Daiance of the even
ins and sweot the series.
This put the Grecha Music
Makers of Central Avenue in the
runner up spot, only point out
Don Rudy was the Maestro for
Grecha with a 536 scratch and 569
hdep. Bev Halliday accompanied
him with 548, and then came the
Gluds. Helen beating Lou 537 to
510. For the Canada Dry, their Hi
Snot was Manny Fernandez with
507 r scratch and 567 hdep.
.. Ideal Bread' i '..'
v ,' Came.whtttrn-Salm I 1
The five oacks of Camels Winst Winston
on Winston Salem had a rough night and
me irieal Bread Bakers seamed
them 3 to 1 count. Pan Ideal,
captured the lid lifter by 21 ma maples.
ples. maples. The Camel and company ral
lied to eke out a win by 9 pins'
in ine secona Dame, but then the
root caved in and the cigarettes
were crushed by 159 pins.
Four of the Ideal loaves had
themselves tasty morsels' in the
scoring column.. Earl Freuh
made 539 Doris Barnes sliced off
528, and her better half Al mad"
532, and Jim Reccia racked iv
532. The only heroine in the-Came'
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Pabst' Blue Ribbon Btrt 4
the Dillon Hickman contract contractors
ors contractors ran into a Pabst Blue Ribbon
deer tram that was all pepped
up. in .the opening .game Balckie
Miller shot a 23V game, and lively
Lena Burchette broke 203, -. and
with this duos pa.ee vthe rest of
the team contributed ienougb to
come up with the leagues : best
season high game'' 1031;v?It wai
in -the middle; but the pabst pirist pirist-ers
ers pirist-ers picked off, a 21 plnrwin. Tha
last one was a real squeaker, but
Pabst .was not to be denied with
a 6-stix stint.' "v-'
Lena Burchette was j the' -Blue
Ribbon roller of ,the, eening with
a 501 scratch and 624' handicap.
Blackie" Miller tabbed i534 Minnie
Carter 541, Harry Roose-535 and
Dee Carter 513. -The. Dillon Hick Hick-scorers;
scorers; Hick-scorers; Lee Clonte clicked with
508 scratch and 565 "hdep. Glenn
Me Nail '563, Ginny De Veau 534
and Bob Carlin 503. y
Bass Shots J,
Boyd Brerhtrt Int.
1
A shakeup of their lineup "chang "changed
ed "changed the lick of the Bass Shoes and -they
walked away winners by 3 to
I margin over the heretofor third -place
Boyd Brothers' Insurance,
who could only, collect dividens in
the middle stanza;-. s .f: 5
' Shy Elsi Kleishmah-was tre
Queen for the night with '536 for
Bass. Don McGuire, despite a
rough last 'game wasy ftext with -534.,
Jim Catron; came in for at attention
tention attention with'524; and last hut, not
least, 1 "Santa" Glaus Kleischman
made-his appear ancevwith -509.
The Karst, Paul and Nita nlus
Curly Bates of Boy ds tried to
stop- the Shoe fitters with -549, 530
and 503, n -.
t Pascual Coekfii I
Paper Mat Ptnt ?S
:''. :;'r; .T -';.,.' '
The Pascual Capkjes'i 'and, the
PaoeiMate Pens put Oil an een
split match. The .cokies" -took,the ;
close ones such-' as' the first ,by"ix
pins nd duplicated the feat jn'i'ie
finaley also fey si. Thft i Pa ier ,.
MatefiPensfjwrote a Smooth, ifeet-
heart of a game Kthe middle .try,
winning by 75 pins and taking ere-"
dir. for the TP.
Four of the Paper Mate penned
exeellsnt series:; Tex Ritter 526, M
Joan Dauphin 583, Ed. Wolitarsky
511 and Hank .Dauphin 509. The on-,
ly Panama's Pascual Cookies that
rolled in the oViui?h ,,was Bob,
Blaney with his 535. V
ONLY ANSWER V
NEW YORK (UPI). Viscount
Run elm a n ; had one, answer'
'Vednesday for the loss of h:s
British sloop Sceptre to Columbia
i the America's Cup yacht. faces.
't was not a goad enough beat."
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RacewTrack Graded Entries

1st
OF -THI DOU' I
PurM (400.000
1 Mar Bravo
2 Don Daoi
3 Hermelina
4 Baranoa
5 The Gipsy'
A. Yeaza 110
F' Justinia. loox
uUoa 113
" Ar Lorlest I07
h B, Baeza 113
6 Deswllo
J. Phillips 110
:T .: t ..... b in
7 lung Jonn a. -vey
-Colifate. 'i S-iAguirre 108
lnd'RACI
OP THI DOUoLf
Port $400.00

G Sanchez 112 -Form indicates
A: Lorless 107x -Nothing recently
B Aguirre 113 Fractious; has chance
F.' Sanchez il2x-Good bet at price
A. ReyesJU 105 -Disappointed in last
. B Baeza 113 Jockey, will help help-A.
A. help-A. Vasquez 112 Will fight it put

1 Trirreme
2 Fifito
1 Chivilingo
4 Zumar
5 (Mariema
6 (Rutilante
7 Now Then)
8-Misi Patience H, Macias x
Ird Race
C and D" Nat. I P.
Pur. $415.00
1 Marcelita
2 nria
-Chito
4 Enganoso
g Soberano
A Alf aro 106
G Sanchez 115
B Baeza 108
J Baeza K4I
F Alvarez 108
4th Rac
Nat. 7 Purler!.
Purae (375.00
F Sanchez 102
E Dario 108
F Alvarez 106
S Crvajal 110
J, Jimenez 104
A Lorless i05x
A Ycza 110
1 Nacho
2 Folletito
3 Hentiea
4 El Pequefto
5 Don Vito
-Vilroa P
7 Mayrita

Ith Rac. 5th Strl.. jmp. 4 F9.wr. 1500.00 Pool Clost. 3:00

F. Hidalgo 108 -Easy victory last
- B Baeza 113 Seems much the best
F. Sanchez 197x Good early speed
B. Aguirre 108 Early speed only -F.
Alvarez 15 Should be runnerup
A. Ycaza 110 Bad legs hamper
A. Lorless lOlx-Not good enough

1-King
2 Romancero
8 Riotous
4 Greco
5 Abolengo Abolengo-S
S Abolengo-S Caracoles
7-Sober View
lat .RACP ft, (50Q.00
1 Nogalino
2rhacotero
S Sabiondo
4-Town's Wall
T.atinn
A. Vasouez 115
. A. 7erez 115
A. Alfaro 113 i
n c.nnhs no
A, Vasquez H5
6 Maria Stuardo
B. Baeza 112
2nd RACS OF THI pOUBLE
Purta JMO.OO

. :
1- Porro F.'AlVarez 108 Last was poor -..;
2- iMaese i!' fv B? Baeza 108 hockey may -decide
S-Pansal A. Alfaro-108 -Votm Indicates
i"mnagnard G. Siohez U5 hould be close up
. T.i. flnlrn 1ftixi.Ran well in last

3p"lpve : t: Sanchez lOSx
T-(MuIcheh"
g (Bddegon
' H: KAUt 108'fc
5. V""rUW
h Race "H'
Natives 5 Fs.
Pursa $375.00
lRock'n'Roll
F. Juintinian. 105x
f Phillinn 109
2Fiion
8 Don Marnier
4 Tlnsat
5 Pichoto
6 Tneanica
T (Guacamaya
S (Radical
D. Barret 106x
J .lienez 116
B. Baeza US
A. Lories 102x
A. Alfaro 111
B. Aguirre 108
fth Race 4th Sarlts lm. 7 Ffls,
Purse $400.00
1 Play Boy
ff-rveeero -Sfiermanlo
4TnciMrnente
STvenR Star
F 'v Mary
77-rnazo
9 Baremo
F. Sanchez 10x
O ... pntvbo7. -1 "!
J. Phillips 110
,T. Ul'on
A. Vasriuez 113
Alfaro 106
F. Alvarez 115
V Perez im
B. Baeza 108
10th

Rat iri Series Imp. I Fjs.PurM SeSO.OO Pool Closes 5:40

1 Sculntor
Jfnntn'k
3 Wehdr
4 (Juadalcsna
8 Surumfno
6-jAcropolis
A. Ycaza 112
S Car"!"! 1w
A. Alfaro 1M
B. P"1 11
J. Ulloa lin
F. Alvarez 116
11th Raeo torlas Imp. Fas.
1 Alucinado
2 Picahu
3 otorongo
4Vergniaux
5 Elko "'

J. Phillips 110 Deniable share in last
B. Bza 112 Usually hangs in stretch
jr. j5n,ij. iin.rind ear'v '"eed
J. Ulloa 116 Form indicate
A. Reyes.R 112 Returns from layoff

12th Raet "Speeial" Imp. Fs.
1 Pintarraco
2 Eros
3Pepin
4 Platano
A. Ycaza 113
E. Dario 105
P Baeza "3
. Gonzales 106
EitabHshcd

(pip 1

SCOTCH WHISKY

UCOONALO MUIH LIHIflO. PUHIlTt, UIU.

Odd

1st Race h Sarlti imp.
PmI Cloart 1:00
Fgi.
3-1
501
32
100-J
5 2
31
5-1
101
Better than ever
Early speed only
.Should beat these
Has arown nothing
Returns irom layoff
Rates gooa cnancc
L'niif im UMeuer
, .. i;iv
Moesnt seem likely
Jnd Race 7th Serial Imp. Fo.
Pool Closes 1:30
EVEN
51
5-1
104
3-1
a
75
- vouia mane u
. i
t ONE TWO
Clo... 2:00
Post
Form indicates
- Seeks fourth straight
-Will fight it out
Rate's good chance
Distance to liking
2-1
3-2
5-2
5-2
41
Pol
QUINIELA
Clout 2:30
Last doesn't count
Could score again
Rates good chance
Would pay Juicy odds,
- Must go lower
Poor race in last
Mutuels favorite
4-1
3-1
5-2
10-1
15-1
4-1
3-2
4-1
1-2
5-1
10-1
5-2
4-1
30-J,
Pool Closes 3;40
Wide open race
Reportedly improved
- i Rate good chance
T.nnM make it too
-l
5-2
31
4- 1
5- 1
3-1
-Unimpressive workouts
.-Jockey snouia neip (
7th Race "Spaelal" Imp.
Pool Closes 4:05
I F9s.
5-1
3-2
2- 1
5-2
10-1
15-1
.3-1
3- 1
fc-TTsimlly disapnointiti
- t5ould Scores t.irice'
vimvv
QUINIILA
Pool Closes 4:40
nistance may help
Usually close up
101
3-1
501
5-1
4CVFN
5-1
8-5
8-5
Nothing in months
Lacks early sneed
o'lld score ''re
Distance to l'king
vo. 1 coenpr
Could make it too
ONP TWO
Pool CIoms 5:15
Poor recent races
noesn't e(m likely
, Not against thee
"ate ouMide chance
Hard to beat here
-nressive win last
Always dangerous
Vn&Hy in"ro'ed
Could make- it too
15-1
10-1
15-1
5-1
2- 1
4- J
5- 2
31
3- 1
Ran well in last
Utsince to liking
better thU week
Mi'""1 f.ori"
Danger card here
-W 'l "ght it out
3- 1
4- 1
3
3 1
2-1
Purse $400.00 Peol Cleses.
4- t
5- 2
S.i
EVEN
5-1
Purse JiStT.tKK Pool closas.
-Evenly matcheH V
race'.
19.
Could tak it all V
3-2
iToekev mav decide
-24.
Could make it too
4-1
1893
to.

HiciiiAi::
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Acropolis, Guadalcanal

Choices In $650 Races
Guadalcanal and Acropolis, both second their
lastlinies out, shape up as the-robable co-fayorites
to win tomorrow's featured $650 one mile gallop for
third series imported thoroughbreds at the President
Remon racetrack.

Also "entered in the main event
are Surumeno, Benaoer. putni,
and Sculptor. Behader and Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik are recent winners but Suru
meno d Sculptor have not vtsit vtsit-the
the vtsit-the winner's circle in quite some
time.
leading, jockey Braubo Baeza
will tniirU ftuadalcanal. This will
nrhhls raii th StuH Don La-
lo's colt to be alightly favored in
the mutuels over tne speeny Aero
polii which will have Fernando
Alvarez in the saddle.'
It has been reported that this
is the last week Acropolis, Zarpa Zarpa-zoeand
zoeand Zarpa-zoeand Luciano will be racing in
Panama Their nwner. Hprtnr Ma
rino Ruiz, plans to take them to
tne U.S. some time tnis montn.
Strong-armed Jose Ulloa will
guide Siirunieno, Arquimedes Al Al-faro
faro Al-faro will be in Behader's saddle,

Elmer Valo Reaches End

Of Major League Trail

Elmer Valo. who broke into the
majors under the late Connie
Mack at FhUadeipnia ia years
ao. apparently has reached the
ena oi me Dig league um
The 37-year-old, Czech-born out outfielder
fielder outfielder was farmed out to Montre Montre-pi
pi Montre-pi of the : International Lea e
Tuesday by the Los Angeles Dodg Dodgers.
ers. Dodgers. He saw only limited service
with the Dodgers during the past
season, bating .248 in 65 games.
Valo made his major league de debut
but debut with the old Philad lphia Ath Athletics
letics Athletics near the tail end of the 1940
season, hitting .348 in six games.
He remained with the A's until
1956 when he was released but
later hooked on with the Phillies.
The Phillies traded Elmer to the
Dodgers last year in a multi multi-player
player multi-player deal for shortstop Chico
Fernandez.
Valo enjoyed his greatest seson
near the tail end of his career
when he batted .364 in 112 games
with the As in 1955. r

Darrell Royal Named

UPI 'Coach
By LLOYD LARRABIK
AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) During
his nine yea' coaching career,
he's criss crossed the country
from; border-to-border and jcoast-to-coast
like a politlcan on
campaign tour.
He came to this football ho.bed
only two years ago to rebuild the
nn veraitv's xaeeine eridKon for
tunes and in his first season pro
duced a bowl warn.
Katurriav's was his biggest
coaching triumph, yet in a sense
it disurbed mm oecause n came
at the expense of his old coacn.
He's affab e, 34-year-old Darrell
Royal, the United Press Inter-
national coacn u? in veen be
cause of his Texas wngnorni;
thrilling 1514 Victory over mighty
Oklahoma.
nnite in impressive 4-0
re-
Nn 7 national
NO
rank'ng, however, Royal livesup
10 me crying iuwc' viauiuvu u.
his profession with a 1 catious,
aomewhat pessimistic outlook on
the .forthcoming Soutnwest con
ference campaign.
4iJ Hah t th'nV four nrosnectsl
are any mw-e encouraging than
hev were." he remarked goheriy.
"We've won four games by a
f 17 nninU anri eould have
'ost .nv on" -' them. We haven't
imoroved s t o'e lot. we n taxe
our lumps efore the season's
over."
A sticke- for detail, an al-
vocate of "hard nose" football,
and extremely popular with his
ni over Ttnval has the erreat ad-
m'ration 'cj he coach of his
co'lege
nlavint days
at Okla-
homa
Bud Wilknson.
And al-
Sports
MAY SWITCH AFFILIATE
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
Tfifcn Mullen. Milwaukee farm sys system
tem system director said today the
ves are considering moving its
Triple-A Wichita affiliate to Jack Jack-onvllle,
onvllle, Jack-onvllle, Fla. v;'.-. cP"., '.. s;
DISCUSS PENSION FUND
NEW YORK (UPI)-The Inter International
national International League's newly formed
n I i t Aaoriitinn diseuxaed
yesterday a ( resolution asking
ii'ih owners eonrrtbute to en
appropriate pension; fund, for play play-rs
rs play-rs in the circuit. j, t
REDS RELEASE PITCHER
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPIV-The
rlnninnatl Redlefa hava relened
v ver Gene Hayden to Havana
nf the International League. They
o annn' nce(J catcher Jesse
Gonder will join the team for
.prlng training next year.

Segundo Carvajal has the mount
mi Snntnilc and Aletandro Ycaza

will attempt to lift Sculptor out
of his slump.
The secondary attraction, a, $600
uvm furlnni; sorint for fourth se
ries imported hordes, could be a
bigger inruier man me leaiure.
Nine cleverly handicapped speed speedster
ster speedster will match strides in this
one. v v
The field includes Baremo, Cri Cri-tico.
tico. Cri-tico. Zarpazo, Evening Star, Emi Emily
ly Emily Mary, Posiblemente, Germanio,
Cervecero and Playboy. Baremo.
Critieo and Emily Mary were all
imnrMiivf winner their previous
times out while Zarpazo, Evening
star and rosiDiememe nnisnea m
the mnnev.
Ten other prospective thrillers
arc included on the program.
The Dodgers also sent pitcher
Rihe Rirrer tn Montreal in ex
ohariffe far first hntpman Jim Ko
randa and outfielder Solly Drake.
Thev hinnH outfielder Bob Vil-
son bacic to si. ram, orougm up
shortstop .Harry, wauace irom me
same American Association club,
and purchased catcner mrm
Sherry from Spokane of the Pa
eific Cnait League.
Other major league roster
changes:
Dttreit TImm: Purchased m
flelHor Mnurv- Will from Spokane
promoted infielder Steve Demeter
and pitcher Joe Grzenda from
Birmingham, purchased infielder
Rnh .Inhnsnn from (Charleston.
Chicago White Sox: Acquired
nitcher Rnriftlfn Arias nnH out
fielder Joe Hicks from Indianap
olis in exenange ior ounieiaers
Te1 Rearrl and Dick Di Tusa:
San Franeiico Giants: Promoted
first baseman Willie MeCoyey,
catcher -Albert Stieglitz and in
-' v 'yi
neiaer Jose ragsn irom rngeaix
Of Week'
thnudh last Saturday's triumph
was extremely gratifying, his joy
was tempered by the fact that it
had to come against Wilkinson.
"It didn;t give me any saus saus-fact
fact saus-fact on iust to beat Bud," Royal
said. "I'm not happy to see .any
one, especially mm, unnappy. i
don't think Bud derived any
special satisfaction from beating
me last year."
PHILADELPHIA (UPI)- Soph Sophomore
omore Sophomore Jimmy Brown of the Cleve
land Browns, a thunderbolt run
ning through, over- and around tne
opposition, was a country mile
ahead today in me wauonai rooi rooi-bal
bal rooi-bal League race for leading
rusher.
The former Syracuse All-Amer-,
ica, averaging a phenomenal lOO-yards-plus
per game and 6.4 per
carry, had a net of 482 yards for
the first hree games of the young
season. A year ago at this time,
Brown had a 156-yard total.
The ba'tering Brown also led in
sconnf. with eight touchdowns, all
by rushing, and with his early
ttart uric henriin? for two NFL
marks held by former Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Eagle JSteven Van Buren.
Could Bettor Recard
At Brown's oresent pace, he
could better. Van Buren'a season
nf vard ained (1.14(11 and
the mighty Steve's league touch
down record or IB in one season.
Van Buren's all-time to'al yardage
rennrri fell thli season to Joe (The
Jet) Perry of San Francisco.
Urail'ni Brown were Tom Wil Wilson
son Wilson of Los Ange'es with 280 yards,
followed by Bob Mitchell bf Cleve
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO

Jimmy Brown
As Leading

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2 Trirreme
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5 Remancare
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Henry Cooper Hopes TV Meet
And Defeat Floyd Patterson

Tnvnnrt fiTPiv Henrv fTwinl
Cooper; London's lightly regarded
blond oiasterer who upset Zora
Folley top American heavy
weight, contender saia.ioaay,
"I expect, t'.tle fight wi h Floyd
Patterson, and I expect to beat
him.'I
T.antv rnnner. -who delivered
the' third stunning blow to Ameri
can bonne prestige wiwin a
monh, had goad reason to be believe
lieve believe that his 10 round decision
over Folley Tuesday night would
boost mm 10 i uue saoc i
Henry, twin brother of less-
known heavyweight Jim Cooper,
apparent y has the inside track
with Patterson's manager. Cus
D'Amato, over the other two
Europeans who recently beat in invading
vading invading American contenders.
Those European upsei viciors
were lngemar Johansson of Swe
den, who knocked out Eddie Ma Ma-chen
chen Ma-chen of Redding, Calif., in the
first roui.d, Sept. 14; and Brian
TinHnn nt Knland. who StODDed
Willie Pasrano of Miami Beach
in the fifth round, Sept. 30.

Sylvia Wene Says It's Never

Too lite Jo Bowl Right Way

By OSCAR FRALKY
NEW YORK (UPI) With
another bowling season getting
underway, high scoring Sylvia
Wene stepped forward today with
a word to frustrated keglers that
it's never too late to learn now
to do things the right way.
"I'm aiming at the ones who
are in a bowling rui, esmu
the bowling beauty wno noms nc
world record of 11 series in the
700 class. "The-ones who bowl 120
or 130 and never seem to get any
better."
..r,t etie insists. IS in
timing and coordination. j
With the men it's a case of too
much speed. With the women, a
case of not enough smoke on the
ball.
Four-Stop Approach
A"If you've been in a low-scorng
rut," she analyzes, "the answer
probablv is in making a wrong
approach. For most general pur purposes
poses purposes I would advise the four four-step
step four-step approach and it would be
practiced f until it is smooth and
rhThenprinctpal trouble with most
men bowlers, says the woman
who rolled the first 300 game in
sanctioned East Coast play, is
that they try to overpower the
"Those types rarely are able to
j..,.inn tha rnnsistent accuracy
which pays off with generally
good scores," she insists.
As for the women, the thing
that holds them back in the mi mi-inrity
inrity mi-inrity is their refusal to "swing
it."
"On the whole, women mostly
don't raff the ball hard enough,
says Sylvia, who carried a ZOO
national recorded average for
three straight seasons. "The prin

Holds Wide Margin
Rusher' Among Pros

land with 262, Jon Arnett of Los
Angeles ith 253, and wane uau uau-moie
moie uau-moie of the Chicago Bears with
215. .J. ....
Erfriie Le Baron of wasning on,.
the little guy with the big savvy,
;7, fxSX ofe pas,rs aft
three games witn an average gam
of 9.68 yard for every pass
thrown. The mighty, mite comple
ed 25 of 44 for a 426 yam io a
two touchdowns, and a 56.8 per-
centage
Mack' Reynolds, freshman wi.h'
the Chicago Cardinals, was econd
behind Le Baron with a 9 54 aver-
ase. followed by Billy Wade of
Los Angeles (8.55), Milt Plum of
Cleveland (8.52) and roo.n ttoie.
of Detroit (7.27).
Starr Pasting Latdar
The best individual passing
came of the young year fel o
Bar Starr' the Green Bay
Packers, who completed 26 for 320

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Not only did Cooper snap the

top, American contender's win winning
ning winning string at 21 bouts, before
capacity 9,000 at Empire Pool:
but he fought as a favor to pro
mo er Harry Levene ol London,
a warm fr.end of champion Pat
terson and D'Amato.'
Cooper, wh survived a third third-round
round third-round knockdown and bloody face
cuts before outpoingint Folley,
had been promised a title fight
by Levene u ne ncKea me con contender
tender contender from Chandler, Ariz.
Levene said today, "Cooper
earned a title sho'. I hope to
ma ch him with Patterson for
London in June. D'Amato pro promised
mised promised me a title bout if I could
produce a worthy contender.
Cooper's my boy. and I'm con confident
fident confident he can beat Pa terson."
At New York, D'Amato said
"Levene is my very good friend.
Cooper will be given close con consideration
sideration consideration as challenger if he
deserved the decision las'- night
and early reports indicate he
did."
cipal reasons are that they hold
themselves too stifly or don't hold
the ball high enougn.
Hor Biiffppstinn is.: for more
speed, to hold the ball higher
when taking the stance and to
"nush away" harder as the ap
proach is sorted.
"Anybody can develop into a
onnrl hnwler if thev will Drawee
a smooth approach and work for
timing, sne argues.
Svlvia should know. For, while
hn is mlv 4 feet. 11 inches tall
she was voted the "Woman
Bowler of the Year" in 1955 after
winning the national Individual
match game chamnionship.
Whatever
Happened to...
ELLIS KINDER
Ellis Kinder, major league i
pitcher for, a down seasons, hit
his peak in 1949 withaie Boston
Red Sox. That was the year
Casey S'engel won his first pen pennant
nant pennant for the Yankees but Kinder
helped the Red Sox stay in con contention
tention contention until the final day with a
23-B record that led the league.
After a long apprenticeship in
the minors. Kinder came up vp
the St. Louis Browns in 1946 and
went to Bos'on in '48 for eight
seasons. He never approached n s
1949 won lost reoord but in his
later seasons with the Red Sox,
St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago
White Sox became one of the
game's be 'er relief pitchers.
Whatever happened to Ellis
Hinder? Now 44, "old folks' is in
the an'o repair business in Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Tenn.
yards and one touchdown against
Baltimore last weekend.
Ray Berry of Baltimore, with 19
completions lor 266 yards and
three touchdowns, led the pass re-r-eivers.
with R. C. Owens of San
rrancisco secon d with our
r r;. nf
dinais, uaumor. r.-...
.New YorK ano STn r.
amn.uie
ing w. h 30 points each. Moore
naa a iuui
aga'nst he Bears hildelDhia
. Bi ly Wells of he ae,
Eagles leads in punt returns with
an 18.2-yard average nclud ng a
65 yard romp ath"'
ano irespm..- " i h
Cols leani in r nvun -a
49-yard ave-age.
Eirlv punting honors .go tn Don
Chandler of the Giants with a
46 2-vard average. Jck Butler 't
Pittsburgh and Andv Nelson of
BaU'more were tied in pass inter interceptions
ceptions interceptions with four each.
3 NEW RISE
LATHERS
Cheese the RISI that's
riflht for yu and g
meetKeat shaves
in M the time.
RIJl-Amtrlcq's First and
, EJf instant Latl.tr

HO.OFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

The rla.ssv thorouehbreds. Ar-
lequin and Quidico, are expected
to arrive from their native Chile
some time tomorrow. The two
ton class nerformers from San
tiago de Chile are entered for
the 110,000 added Panama Inde
pendence Day Classic which
will be run on Nov. 3.
The only other three horses
entered, for the his rare are Per
iularlo. Informal and Santillan.
Perduiano and santman win
race In an entry. Leading jockey
Braullo Baeza reoortedlv has his
choice between Santillan and
Perdularlo. Alfredo Vasquez will
nae tne oiner eiua los tsiete
horse.
oOo
Wednesday morn'.nr the last
group of Chilean thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds bourht in Chile by track
manager Pahlo A. Th-yer ar arrived
rived arrived at Tocumen airoort. A
total of nine' were on the
plane.
The names and aees of the
thoroughbreds:
Aldar. three-vear-old roan
colt.
Indian Call, four-vear-old
brown filly.
Mariman (ex-Salviado). four-
year-old blrck colt.
Madame Cucu. four-vear-old
chestnut filly.
Roina. four-year-old brown
filJv.
Festival (ex-Brontino) four-
year-old chestnut colt.
Amelia, two-year-old bay filly.
oOo
President Remon racetrack
nubile relations officer Ibero
Fernandez and steward Joree
Dawson Wednesday returned
from New York where they corn corn-Dieted
Dieted corn-Dieted a quickie two week course
in their respective branches of
horse racing at Belmont Park.
oOo
Crackerjack Jockey Baeza had
a close call yesterday morning
when he fell off Don Lucho dur during
ing during a workout. Don Lucho was
going alongside stablemate Bar-

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emo when he stumbled and un unseated
seated unseated the track's leading rider.

r urtunaieiy, neuner me naer
nor the horse were hurt.

Baeza continued to eallna,-.

horses after the spill.

ooo -w
Heritor, a well-bred son of o -t-Sayajlrao
which failed to live up.," X X-to
to X-to expectations because of bad
leeK. was seflt tn the NaHnnal

Guard stables Wednesday morn.

ingv tie was ine property of the
cf,,4 a-A1i. m,,.. i ti i "VTs

Randford Anderson.
oOo
The highly rated Arlequlu,
which is a four-year-old bay
colt by AIoraye-Reltouia II,
will race here nnder the colors
of the Stud Copacabana with
Tomas Blackburn in charge of
the training.
The stud Corzo's Introduction'"
and The Squire are now under
the care of Jamaican trainer
Nathaniel Thnmns Pnnstan-'
tino Ford has placed his nativr
iuiy victoria under the care or
Amerto rereira.
Zumar was sold

to the Studti,:"'5

Cada. Jose Oscar Mendoza Is
the new trainer Latino, a Pe-
ruvlan-hrert fnnr-vear.nlrf haw

colt by Quaker State-Ayadicha,- r
is scheduled to make his debut 'f

in tomorrow's sixth race We 1 "vf

ownM by the Stud Rio Grande'""'
and trained by Hubert Greaves. -,

Anotner newcomer that will
make his debut this weekend Is v'"
the English colt Argosy Royal. "1
He is a scheduled starter in
Sunday's elehth race for three-
year-olds. This bay son of Gold-
en Cloud-Scandinavia is the
property of the Stud ChlriquEiJ
arid is" trained by Sotero Rudas.3?'

ADCOCK TO ENTER HOSPITAL"
MILWAUKEE. Wis. (UPI)
The Milwaukee Braves announced
Monday that f rst baseman-' Joe
Adcock would en'er Milwaukee
Hospital today for examina examination
tion examination of "cartilege trouble" in hit
right knee.

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Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
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man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
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Along The Fairways
OCTOBER PWGA TOURNEY
AT SUMMIT TOMORROW
A S tournout is expected to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for the October PWGA
tournament which will be held t
the Summit Hills Golf Club. There
ar- a'readv thirtv six golf in girls
..igned up. Tee-off time is as fol-
,1(!7:30'a.m. M. Bailey, V. Sharp,
P7:40na.m. Fay Day, G. Senn,
B. uennon
7-50 a.m. E. Monteath, r.
Mo"ield. F. Twoeiny.
g;00 a.m. B. Dougherty, J
C're, M. Hood.
8:10 a.m. Pat Waring, C. Bi Bier
er Bier Hughes.
8:20 a.m. I. Robinson, K. Tur
dv '. -Trim.
8:3; a.m. -C. Burns, M. Dal-
a. Innac

q ai -rv. K. Perantie, B.
r-' T7 Tftrtaiirirpi
E. Mathieson, 3.
Si'"'' in, R.. Wallace.?
9:00 a.m. J. Huldquist, W. M
lev. M Mallory.
9:10 a.mf.'&templV l Re Renoir's.
noir's. Renoir's. B. J. Nelson.
9:20 a.m. N. Whitney, H 0 0-wnes.
wnes. 0-wnes. D La Croix.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners of the 1958 Isthmian Cham Championship
pionship Championship tournament.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama t 0552
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air tare, transfers, tours,
and drln-vr hotel
$180
leave evev Tues. and Frl.
FIDANUUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
Panama Col6n

MAKING UP YOUR OWN HI-FI?
We have in stock the famous Garrard RC88 and
RC98 record-changers the most fool-proof. Our
prices are lower than State's prices. We have ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Special discounts for our C.Z. friends.
Muebleria CASA SPARTON

Central 26-109

Apartments
FOR RENT: Campo Alegrt one
bedroom apartment furnished
with new furniture in brend new
house, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartament, near El Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, maid's room with bathroom,
terrace, hot water, $100.00. Call
3-3421.
FOR RENT: Campo Alere, in
brand new house, furnished one
bedroom apartment, new furni furniture,
ture, furniture, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautiful furniture Du Duplex.
plex. Duplex. N" bus stop. Tel. 3-2085
2-2948.
FOR RENT: Apartment ln,the
best residential section, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's room, etc. Across
the street from entrance of La
Salle College. Tel. 3-7727 from
8:C0 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
ou get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Complete, lasting repairs. All
makes of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellis Williams and Alfonso Shirley
2-5113.
Protect your home and proper
ty against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVia
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
"U.S. TELEVISION"
The oldest independent TV Serv Service
ice Service in Panama, and "the Canal
Zohe. No pick up and delivery
charges, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00
P.M.. Saturday to 6:00 P.M.
PH. 3-7607.
"HONG KONG" TV -Telephone
No. 1624, Colon
Office- Hours from Monday
through Saturday (until
further notice):
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Please do not call after
2:00 p.m.
FOR SALE
FRIGIDAIRE
AIR CONDITIONERS
H.P.
$75.00
With Guarantee
Tel. 3-7206
Mr. Arosemena
Ct$r RADIO
' TV
HI-FI
SERVICE
CALL 2-2374
8-12 & 2-6 Week days
8 to 12 Saturdays
All Work
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BARDO No. 21 MB Street MUKKISUN
. iiDMiru I irx liM Central Avenue
K arm ATI A VAN Df.R-JIS S Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vlata Theatre
Automobiles
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, fron 1 0 to 1 2 and
2 to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Panel
Model. F-l 6 cylinder, duty paid,
in excellent condition. Phone 3 3-7607,
7607, 3-7607, Panama.
FOR SALE: 19J7 Hillman
Deluxe, 4 door, radio, accessories,
like new, $1100.00. Phone 83 83-2198.
2198. 83-2198. FOR SALE: 1953 Morris Minor,
duty paid, tires like new, new
battery recently reconditioned.
Panama 3-6818.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
Cadillac 1947, good price. Tel.
3-7616.
FOR SALE: Dauphine Renault
1957, duty paid, good condition,
SI 095.00. Also 1949 Pontiac,
$100.00. Call Mr. Day, Quarry
Heights 3197. Curundu 3140.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4
door, station wagon, 9 passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, power glide. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-3823.
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORKf 3&H7'?IJ
Storks carried their recovery forr
Lward at a fast pace .early, today,
with first hour Volume ot 1,088, 1,088,-000
000 1,088,-000 shares the heaviest since Jan.
16 as reporting tickers rani late
steadily from the opening.
Despite some shading oi inmai
gains, prices around the end of
the first hfhir Averaged more than
4 points abov yesterday's .close,
in industrials.-"
ACF Ind 45
Advocate Asbestos 3.35b
Amer Cyanamid 52V
Amer Motors
Am Tel and Tel 194ff
Anaconda Copper 62
Arkansas Fuel 37
Atlantic Refining 39
AVCO Mfg. 8
Bethlehem Steel 33'A
Bicr6ft Uranium 6b
British' Pet 15'
Burroughs 39
r-ndisn Eagle Rb
Celanese 22H
Orro rie Pasco 43b
Chance Vought 464
rnica"o Gt West 441ih
Chrysler 55
ri;o Service 605t
Coastal Caribe 1
Crown Corp and Seal 24Va
r..v,, 'pnezuela Oil "ib
Daystrom 36'ib
n.iPnnt 203
El Paso Nat Gas 33'i
Fairchild Eng 10
Felmont Pet 8'
rn nvnamics 57
Gen Elec 67Vb
Gen Motors 49
Gen Plvwood lfitf
Getty Oil 29
Gulf Oil Hfi.
"irfn Steel 41
Hayden Newport 14'i
How Pou" 13
Imperial Oil 46
T"t. Tpi and Tel 51 b
Martin Co. 33V
New En T and T 146
Norden Ketay 3
Northrup 27
Olin Mathieson 40
Pancnastal 5
Pan Israel 716
Pnntenee Oil lftb
Phillips Pet 44V4b
Pure Oil 40
RCA 40Mi
Pevnolds Metal 8b
Reynolds Metal 68b
Pova n-itrh Shell sm-4
San Jacinto 34'ib
Shell T nd .T 2314
Signal Oil and Gas, A 41
Sinclair Oil 60ftb
Socony Mobile 49
Snerrv Rand 21 Vi
Stan Oil N.J. 58
Sterl'ng Precision 2
Superior Oil 1715b
Texs Gulf Prod 35"i
Underwood 19V4
ITnited Aircraft 62
Unit Canso Oil 2
m Rubber 42
US Steel 85
Westinghouse 66
Wheeling Steel 51

WANTED

Young man-biltnfual-school trained In Electronic main maintenance;
tenance; maintenance; in addition to at least two years college. Must
have at least four years experience ir repairing radios,
TV, Hi-Fi and electrical equipment. Must' be able to re repair
pair repair or teach others to repair any type electronic equip equipment
ment equipment normally used In this area. MicTowave SSBS and
closed circuit TV experience desirable. Will serve as man manager
ager manager of service department. Will receive salary and com-.,
mission. Include In letter a full statement of qualifica qualifications,
tions, qualifications, to include both character and technical references,
a recent photograph, and salary requirements.
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Home Articles
FOR SALE Diningroom, suite
maple, 3 piece, call Curundu
83-2101.
FOR SALE: Smalt living room
set, 4 pieces, green plastic cover covering,
ing, covering, dining room set, 8 pieces,
made by Cowes, and one vanity.
Practically new. Phone Panama
3-1589.
ROR SALE: G.E. full automatic
washing machine sealed, new,
original cost $450.00, reason reasonable
able reasonable offer will be accepted. Call
s Tel. 2-3805.
FOR SALE: Gas stove, good
condition, phone Panama 3-5079.
FOR SALE: Mahogany twin
beds with springs and Beauty
Rest Mattresses, also mahogany
desk. House 798-X, La Bo
Road, Balboa, C.Z, Telephone
Balboa 2431.
FURNITURES BARGAINS!
Floor samples,
Some slightly damaged, mostly
new.
Heywood Wakefield Furniture
Tropical style Rattan, spring
cushions, chairs upholstered in
fine covers:
1 3019 2 Piece Sofa
Regular Prime $249.95
Special Price $106.00
4 92757 Wrought Iron
Patio Chairs.
Reinforced plastic cushion.
Regular Price $22.95
Special Price $11.47
2 3001 -B, Living Room
Chair Lawson Style. Washable
plastic upholstered.
Regular Price $27.50
Special Price $19.00
1 3001-$ Sofa of solid"
wood construction.
Upholstered in washable plas plastic.
tic. plastic. Regular Price $44.95
Special Price $35.00
4 14001 5 Piece Dining
Room Set.
Mahogany chair and table.
Plastia upholstery.
Regular Price $99.95
Special Price $77.00
1 Special 3 Piece Bedroom
Set.
Bookcase bed and 2 night
tables.
Mahogany., -i
Regular. Price. $179.95
Special Price $ 99.00
4 3065 7l" Sofa-Plastie
'upholstery.
Reinforced In various colors.
Regular Price $109.95
Special Price $ 88.00
6 4005 Sofa Bed Easy
to convert.
Sturdy rigid frames.
Made in the United States.
Regular Price
Special Price
$139.95
$ 99.00
1 3018 Sofa for 3
Parsons
Regular Price $199.95
Special Price $ 99.00
7 11017
upholstery.
Regular Price
Special Price
Chair, plastic
$31.95
$15.98
S 11018 Plastic
uphol-
stered armed chair.
Regular Price
$41.95
$20.98
Special Price
8 110198 Plastic uphol upholstered
stered upholstered captain's chair.
Regular Price $41.95
Special Price $20.98
THESE SPECIALS
ON SALE AT OUR
LOS ANGELES STORE
DON'T WAIT!
USE SEARS EASY
TERMS.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S.A.
FOR SALE: 3 -piece sofa set,
0932, Amador road.
FOR SALE Never used gas
stove and 30 gallon glass-lined
water heater, in orig carton.
$100.00 each, Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE: Round oak table,
six chairs, blonde finish, $50.
2J08-B Las Cruces. Balboa 3715.
VOLCANO STARTS FIRES
KAPALA. Uganda (UPI) A
volcano in the Belgian Congo near
the Uganda border has set thou
ands of acres of equatorial jun-
Sle on lire, it was reported today

STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PHECIADOT Street No. IS. e AGENCIAS
Ave; 4S e LOURDES 9 HAKMACY-WZ La Carrasqnilla EABMACIA LOM-

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da la Otxa Ave. No. l FOTO DOMY

Be Lefevre 1 Street fABMACIA "SAS1 Via PORJRA8 111 NOVEDAD

WANTED
Wanted smooth tires, suitable for
reconstruction., "Reeonstructos-a
Nacional. Pent Avenue 7.
Phone 2-0406.'
WANTED: Cylinder block and
manifold for Continental M6330
gasoline engine.' Phone Gamboa,
6-186 6-1 SSJi? .., '. t
Moving to other side. Wish em employment
ployment employment for my; maid J 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 to
4:30 p.m.
WANTED: North American
family want three-bedroom cha chalet
let chalet with yard. Call phone 3-7547.
MARGARITA BOWLING
LEAGU
Fourth Week
STANDINGS
Teams
Won Lost
Voice of Music
12
11
9
7
7
6
6
5
4
5
7
9
9
10
10
11
Gillette .. ..
Wright Bros. .
Shrlners .. ..
Police Assn ..
Powells .
Naval Station
Aces
High For The Week
Game Series
Class A
Stewart 202" Stewart 550
Class B
Judee 222 Judge 562
Class C
Stimson 201 Gibson 507
Voice of Music 3, Powells 1
Getting off to a flying start
this week the HI-FI Boys main
tairied their first place lead by
a slim margin. Being led by
Johnson's 556 series followed by
Captain Hank Devon's 507 they
were able to take Powells for
three points even though three
Plymouth men were In the 500
series, Brown's 531, Hogan's 528
and Gibson's 507. Remember
Fellas' you started off this Way
last year, too.
Gillette 3, Police Assn I
These Gillette Shavers are de determined
termined determined to wind up there on
top and they are proving it as
they took the Cops for three
points. Giving up 53 pins to Gil Gillette
lette Gillette the Police Assri couldn't
come up with enough pins' to
take more than one game. Yfee's
505 series led the Shavers with
Corro and Chuljak following
closely with 488 and 488 respec respectively.
tively. respectively. Stewart's 55f was 'Wen
for the Cops with Guest's 509
next.-' :. m
Wright Bros. 1. Naval Station 3
- Not being left out of conten contention
tion contention are the Wright Bros, who
took two from the all new Naval
Station Five. Bein? new to the
alleys, the Navy boys are having
a little trouble eettine started.
O'Neal was the high Navy man
with 475 followed by Thomas
with 467. Dougan led Wright
Bros, "with a nice 558 (no prize
though, Jack) with Jarsson's 492
second best.
Aces 0, Shriners 4
Being in the cellar is nothing
new for the Aces but they al always
ways always seem to move up as the
season rolls on. Using their 63
pin handicap to advantage the
Shriners won only one game

Here is intrigue and excitement and the pulse pulse-pounding
pounding pulse-pounding fury of top outdoor adventure .
"THE SAGA OF HEMP BROWN"

MN&y
If

't Rory Calhoun, hero of

known to the motion picture screen, gets one of his most,
robust and Intriguing rolee yet. In Unlversal-International't.
Color and CinemaScooe production of "THE SAGA OF'

HEMP BROWN," scheduled to
Monday at th "DRIVE-IN"
i Garland and John Larch.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandali 8 1 -base
accordion with case, perfect .condition.-
H one 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE s Crosley Shelvator
refrigerator $75, new motor box,
excellent condition, Balboa 2 2-3125.
3125. 2-3125. FOR SALE: G.E. wringer wash.
Ing machine, $50.00, 60 cycles.
Call 2-2818.:
FOR SALE-TV-CA 24" Ver Vernon.
non. Vernon. Very good condition. Call',
Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: DuMont Hi-Fidelity
Set, New Yorker Model; RCA
Victor Radio-Phonograph, port portable,
able, portable, all in new condition. Call
Curundu 4127. after 5 p.m.

Juste Arosemena. Ave. and 33 St.

USARCARIB CEREMONY Two' officers1 from Airmy Cai'lbbeaik-' 1-ecentIy selected for ap appointment
pointment appointment in the Regular Army were congratulated by MaJ. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB commanding- general, at a recent ceremony at) headquarters. Shown left to right are,
Mrs Charles E. Williams, Captain. Williams, Dasher, Capt. John G. Collins and Mrs. Collins.
Collins is with the 517th Military Police Detachment, Fort Clayton, and Williams, assigned
to the U.S. Army Technical Service (Pacific). (U.S. Army Photo)

US Population

175 Million Mark Yester

WASHINGTON, (UPI)- T he
U.S. population passed the j7,5
mllion mark at. 11:08
yesterday on a huge electric : chart
in the Commerce Department
Ncfone actually counted all the
Americans. But Census Bureau
experts, who closely watch bWhs,
deaths and other factors affeebng
U.S. population, estimated when
scratch but their handicap was
high enough to take the Aces for
four points. Winning the first
game by three pins and the sec second
ond second game by five pins evidently
demoralized the Aces for the
third game for that was the on only
ly only game the Shrine won scratch.
Leading the Fez Men was Judge
with a whopping 562 series, folt
lowed by Badgers with 117 pins
less or a 445 series. Noce rolling,
Chuck. Two 495 series led the
Aces, by Spinney and Gorskl.
every type of outdoor adventure
open tomorrow, Sunday and
Theatre, eo-atarrinf Beyerlv
Advt.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Water skis, tlatoav
also trick skis, new condition.
Phone Coco Solo, 519 evenings.
FOR SALE : Boat, trailer, motor
complete, 2-1569, Balboa.
Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Lote 500 end' 1.000 ;
meter, in the Nueve.Hipodromo ;
Urbanisation, across the Ronton
Racetrack. All lots with'-atreot
fronts, sewage, water main, and
electricity. Call W, McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Residen Residential
tial Residential home en Juan Dia and To To-cumen
cumen To-cumen highway. Wonderful com commercial
mercial commercial conditions. Easy- pay
ment. Telephone 2-1312,
Went Over
the new record was reached. .
The electric chart counts dff ui
creases in population much .-like'
an automobile's odometer regis-;
ters- miles. Secretary- of com
merce -Sinclair Weeks and Dr.
Robert W. Burgess, director of
th census, watched intently as
the 175 million- figure rolled
around.
The new mark represented an
increase in population of 24 mil million
lion million since the last official census
in 1950.
Census officials said It was difficult.-
tn comoare U.S. rxTOUt'ation
growth during the same period
with that of Russia and other big
countries, because of differing

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.Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS t ANONYMOUS ANONYMOUS-DRAWER
DRAWER ANONYMOUS-DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 1709
To reconstruct $ tire .tignifieg
economy.. W guarantee our
work. Roconstructora Nacional,
Peru Avenue 7. Phone 2-0406.
NURSERY SCHOOL for children
2 'a years t 5 years. Hour 8:15
a.m. to 11:00 a.m; Mpnday
through Friday. Transportation
provided to and from Curundu an4
other areas. Call Balboa 1214,
; anytime. 'I
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmu.
-'58 Umbretta 150 oe. Tw
weeks old. -Original $475, selling
$375. Call Panama 3-3948.
census periods and methods of
disclosing statistics.
The figures publicly available
for the Soviet Union showed a
population of 170 mflMon a tt
healst census in 1939 and 200 mil million
lion million estimated in 1956.
rhin. V, o 1 a M1t.I1. MAIIlt A

. 1 ynf, : 1 1 : : 1 nrn J I

more maa atw miiuou in iaoi ana
an &QtimatcH nnni i lot-inn nf fi?1
1UUMOV1 :la JLVD. r Ui UlUltl, UI6 KtSb
census iin 1951 showed nearly 357
million' compared to an estimate
of 387 million in 1956.
' Weeks eaid the population had
grown five million in 20 months
and -estimated it would hit 200
million in 1967.
The geographical center of pop population,
ulation, population, he saifl, will be moving
considerably westward of Olney,
111. in the next few years. Tho
Illinois town was the center in
1950. ... .
Weeks said the growth "meana
wider ma-kets more business and,
all in all. represents a tremen-
dous growth in business."
1090 Kilocycle!
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3:30 Opan Mind
4:00 A(vntura Tomorrow
4:30 Mr Wizard
5:00 Fury
S:3A PANORAMA
1:00 Paoplc'i Choice
7:30 Mika Wallact

1 .00 Country America
:(HI Meet McCiraw
S 30 Thill Man
10:00 Wrestlinf
11:00 CFN NEWS
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?ny m?r?rKeSonsethtn his teammate end John Coffey (left). Cristobal High 8ggJ' 8ggJ'-back
back 8ggJ'-back Don Humphrey (18) watches the dancing. (Photo. Bill Kimanai

Favored
Comes

Athletic Club
From Behind

In Mt. Hope Stadium Duel

By TREVOR SIMONS
In a truly action-packed four quarters of football, the Canal Zone Athletic Club,
heavily favored to topple the Tigers, had to come from behind to nip C.H.S. by a 12
to 6 count at Mt. Hope Stadium last night.
All the scoring action was packed into the fourth quarter of play with Cristobal
scoring first, only to set the stage for Carl Turtle's sensational 80-yard run back of
the Tiger kick-off to quickly tie the score.
It was Carl Turtle too, whose 90 yards total gained from scrimmage, who went
over for the second Athletic Club score frm the Tiger five-yard line.

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OUTWARD TO TH E STARS (20)-Lqnding on the Moon

By Don Oakley and .Ralph Lane

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( 1 ) Since the Moon has no atmosphere to sup support
port support wings or parachutes, landing upon it will have
to be done entirely by means of using rockets for
brakes. Even though the Moon's gravity is weak
(one-sixth that of Earth's), considerable force will
be needed to counter the Moon ship's momentum
in its fall.
Tit entire operation will be a delicate maneu maneuver,
ver, maneuver, probably handled by automatic instruments.
Some type of radar altimeter will control the
rocket motors to fire them at the precise moment
and strength. Gyroscopes will maintain the ship's
perpendicular attitude.
It is thought that much of the Moon's surface

is covered with fine, pumicelike dust, here being
spewed upward by the racket, blast of the ap approaching
proaching approaching ship. Determining the thickness of this
layer of dust will be important before landing, lest
the ship be engulfed by it ;
(2) The first men step out upon the surface of
the Moon, but still in space in terms of atmosphere
and temperature Temperature extremes, esti estimated
mated estimated by astronomers, range from 212 degrees F,
(the boiling point of water) at noon, to -238
degrees F. at midnight. A step from sunlight into
shadow means a difference of hundreds of degrees.
(3) A forbidding "moonscape," unrelieved by

meadow or forest or any form of life that we know
of, greets the landing party. All about are craters,
some as much as 10 miles in diameter. Ringed and
walled plains, up to a hundred miles across, art
also part of this vista, along with iwo-mile-wide
: crevices and the vast plains called "seas." Tdwer Tdwer-.
. Tdwer-. ing above all are the jagged mountains, the high
est 30,000 feet above the average level. Unsoftened
by wind or rain, they appear needle sharp. From
the Moon, men view the Earth as no one before has
seen it remote and lovely, a blue Jewel set in a
black sky. It makes the Moon seem all the more
harsh and lonely.
Next: The Lunar Colony.

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Schedule Opening For

Monday

Atlanta Cops Speed Probe
Of Synagogue Dynamiting

Though the first three quar quarters
ters quarters found neither team able to
break Into the scoring depart department,
ment, department, they were not without
their thrills and threats.
Early In the first quarter the
A C drove to the Cristobal 17 17-ard
ard 17-ard line, only to lose the ad ad-ntage
ntage ad-ntage on a fumble. The Timers,
previously operating only from
the single wing, combined that
offense with the T
and were knocking on the A.u
door when they ran out 01
thP Ram's 35.

Late in the second quarter
oriBfnhai was at the Athletic

Mv. 1 hut. cnuld eo no further

As the half neared a close. Keith
rulle ran. Corrittan's punt back
to the A.C. but there again
V10 nffpnse stalled.

The Tipers continued to test
the A.C. defenses as the (tame
moved Into the second half.
Kn'i?. finrtin? a bole In the
UU side of the A.C. line, raced
from their 41 all the way to
the 12.
Three attempts by John Boze Boze-man
man Boze-man to puncture the middle of
tho A C, line and one sweep by

Ki'M" were all unsuccessful and
AC took over on their own
eight.
.Another determined Athletic
Club drive was underway. Tak Tak-tSg
tSg Tak-tSg over on their own eieht,
Carl Tuttle. Bill Rankin and Bob
Morris combined efforts to drive
to the Tiger 20-yard line. But
here, once asain, Cristobal's
stubborn defense refused to
bjidge and the Tigers were once
more In possession, but now deep
lrj their own territory.
'It was here that the Cristobal
dfive for the first score of the

game began.
TKn Humnhrey, taking the
ball from Kulig in a modified

"Statue of Liberty" play, went to
his own 44 and then to the 49 on

a hand-off from .Bowman.

Bozeman swept wide around

his right side for another Tiger

first down to the A.C. 38-yara
line.
Kulig dropped a perfect pass
to spectre on about the A.C. 20
and the Tiger halfback lateral-

ed to Don Humphrey who swept

the left side all the way to the
Athletic Club 12 yard line. Boze

man bucked the middle of the
line to advance to the six at the

end of the third quarter.
On the second play of the
fourth quarter, Kulig swept a a-round
round a-round trie A.C.'s left Into the end
zone for the score. Lutz' attempt
to kick the extra point was

blocked.
Cristobal's six-point lead was
short-lived.

Don Humphrey kicked off o
A C. and Carl Tuttle, takine
the kick on his own '.0 ?nd
Retting near-perfect hlorkine
was untouched as he raced all
the way to tie the score.
A.C. failed In their attempt
for the extra point.
Action was stalled only mo momentarily
mentarily momentarily around the midfield
area until the Athletic Club

took over again on their own 32.
Carl Tuttle continued to
plague the Tigers with his
sweeping runs around end. and
Rankin pitched in his bit too
for three quick A C. first downs
to the Cristobal 29.
Jack Corrigan added his ef efforts
forts efforts through a hole over the
right tackle and was not halted
until he had reached Cristobal's
five-yard line.
Tuttle once again took over
and swent around Cristobal's
left for the game winning

touchdown. Morris failed to
get far enough through the
middle of the Cristobal line for
the extra point.

For, tre Tigers the game was

somewhat 0.' a moral victory.

iney were quoted as two-touch

aown unaeraogs, ana some
quarters even had Cristobal los.

en by 21 points.

They matched the A.C. in first

downs at nine each, and Kulig

completed three passes in 12

tries, while Corrigan's four at
tempts failed.

The Tigers fumble a only once

and A.C. three times; neither

team recovered their own fum

bles.

Athletic Club was penalized a
total of 85 yards, while the Tl-

eers were charged with only 25
yards.
The Tigers, displaying much
more versatility in offense than
that shown against J.C. last
week, were paced In yardage
gained from scrimmage by Den
Humphrey with 82. Kulig added
67 to the Tiger effort

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Nursery Class
On Jewish Sabbath
Planned In Panama

ine opening of a nursery and
kindergarten class in connection
with Sabbath school was announc announced
ed announced today by Rabbi Isaac Neuman,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Kol Shearith Israel and director
of its religious school in Panama.
Classes will begin Saturday morn
ing at the Alberto E'nstein Insti Institute.
tute. Institute. Reristration will be held daf daf-ly
ly daf-ly from 3 to 5 p.m. at the K.S.I,
office at the oorner of 36th Street
and Cuba Avenue. All children be between
tween between the ages of three and ive
are eligible to enroll.
Bus transportation to -and from
the school is to be provided at a
minimum cost.

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ATLANTA, Oct. 17 (TJPD 1
Police stepped up the pace of
their investigation of the dyna

miting of a synagogue today as
lawyers Won a courtroom show

down for five ailed suspects.

Teams of Atlanta detectives

paired off with FBI agents serv

ing 19 search warrants on nomes
in the Atlanta metropolitan a-

rea in the past 24 hours.

The raids produced more anti-Semitic
literature and evi evidence
dence evidence of wldescale operations
by a hatemongering group
which calls Itself the "Confed "Confederate
erate "Confederate Underground."
Sunt, of detectives Qlyn Cow

an held a brief press conference
and told reporters "we are get-

tine much closer" to a major

break in the case. He would not

elaborate.
Meanwhile, a courtroom show showdown
down showdown was scheduled later today
for five suspects held on suspi suspicion
cion suspicion in connection with the
Sunday morning dynamiting.
Attorneys filed for a writ of ha

beas corpus to release the sus

pects.
A wide search was being con conducted
ducted conducted for other suspects, in including
cluding including a man thought to be the
chief plotter of dynamitings in
the South. Authorities declined
to give more than sketchy in information
formation information about the person they
were seekins but he was de

scribed as a leading figure In a
race-baitlng group.
Stacks of anti-Semitic liter literature
ature literature continued to pile up at
police headquarters as officers
returned from raids on the
homes of persons with records
of race-hating activity. Card

board boxes were used to hold
the piles of letters, pamphlets
and swastika drawings confis confiscated
cated confiscated in the raids.
Authorities said many of their
findings Involved persons
througout the South and in the
North.
They added the FBI has given
valuable assistance in that nfrt
of the probe extending outside
Georgia.
Reward money offered by In Individuals
dividuals Individuals and groups for the ar arrest
rest arrest and conviction of the dyna dynamiters
miters dynamiters continued to mount.
Mayor William B. Hartsfield,
in charge of the Teward fund,
reported a sum of more than

$22,000 had been contributed,
with more coming in.

In Florida, where blasts have

damaged synagogues and at a

Negro school, Gov. LeRoy Collins
ordered the State Sheriffs Bu

reau to launch a sustained drive

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 17 (DPI)' The Little Rock Private
School Corporation, with contributions totaling- $61,481.25 In the
bank, announced today that it will open private classes for white
high school students in private quarters Monday.
"We feel thai this amount will allow us to start operating,"
Dr. Thomas J. Raney, president of the Private School Corporation,
said.
"W. C. Brashears (Private School Superintendent) says we
have a sufficient number of teachers to operate the senior class."
Private school will start, he said, in a big, three-storied build building
ing building in western Little Rock that formerly housed the University
of Little Rock graduate center.

to guard against recurrences.

uuiiins also asitcu eiuuitcmciu
officers to keep close watch on
the sale of explosives and relay

any information to the bureau

"no matter how insignificant.

In New York, police searched
St. Patrick's Cathedral yester yesterday
day yesterday for a reported bomb and
investigated the stoning of a
Brooklyn synagogue.
A police emergency squad and
a half dozen radio patrol cars
rushed to St. Patrick's after Fa Father
ther Father William O'Brien at the ca cathedral
thedral cathedral reported he received a

telephone call from a man who
said there was a bomb plaftted

in the Fifth Avenue edifice.
The priest said the man iden identified
tified identified himself as Michael Roma Romano.
no. Romano. A search of the block-size
structure failed to disclose evi evidence
dence evidence of a bomb.

Police also were called to the
Synagogue Ahauis Achin In the
Bensonhurst section of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn by custodian Nathan Birch,

who reported three small panes

of glass has been broken by

stones.

Total damage was placed at
$4.50.
The cathedral bomb scare oc.
curred toward the close of the
6:30 a.m. Mass. About 500 wor worshippers
shippers worshippers were in the cathedral
at the time.
The Mass was completed de despite
spite despite the police search, which
continued during the 7:30 a.m.
Mass.
In view of bombings in Peo Peoria,
ria, Peoria, 111., Atlanta. Boston and
other cities, Police Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Stephen P. Kennedy is issued
sued issued an order to all policemen
to "be alert to prevent any
desecration or act of vandal vandalism
ism vandalism or malicious mischief at
or in the vicinity of places of
worship, religious centers and
cemeteries.''
A powerful bomb explosion on
the front lawn of "a Jehovah's
Witness meeting center In Bos Boston
ton Boston yesterday may have been the
work of religious cranks, police
said today.

The private school corporation
has signed a lease for it wHh

Vance Thompson, who bought the
building recently.
There are three temporary cor corrugated
rugated corrugated iron buildings nearby that
also can be used.
Meanwhile segregationist John
Kasper continued to crusade his
way back toward T.tnntssee,
where he faces trial aga n next
month in connection with his

activities. )

The resistance leader "visited

Greensboro, N. C, and told ot plans

to organize Citizens Councils in

every county in this state to in

form the fieople of certain trai

torous- politicians.
He also called State Atly. Gen.
Malcolm B. Seawell an "integra "integra-t'npiRl"
t'npiRl" "integra-t'npiRl" and urged Gov. Luther H.

Hodges to dismiss him.
When Seawell was a solicito'- he
was instrumental in the breakup
of a Ku Klux Klan terrorist group.
In Raleigh, the State Supreme
Court upheld convictions of three
splinter-group klansmen for trying
tn b'ow un a Negro school at
Charlotte last winter.
Educational efforts continued on
a patchwork basis in. three Virgi Virgi-n'a
n'a Virgi-n'a cities, where the conflict be between
tween between Federal and state laws hjs
closed the public schools-.

Antilles CG Named 3

In Veyrauch's Place

Vilh USARCAarib

Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus

was nominated for the George
Washington honor medal of the
Freedom Foundation. His name

was entered by Memphis cotton
planter Robert B. Snowden, who
described Faubus as "a champion
of state's rights."
The Episcopal House of Depu Deputies
ties Deputies voted at Miami Beach today
fo hold a full dress public debate
on a long series of conflicting re resolutions
solutions resolutions oh race relations.

of

a

Delegate Charles Crump
Memphis opposed move for
closed session.

Weather Or Not I

This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prenared bv the Meteorological

and Hydroirraphic Branch of the

Panama Canal Company:

Balboa
TF.MPFRATURE:

Crlst6bal

High 85 86
Low 74 76
HUMIDITY:
High 97 95
Low 69 66
WIND:
(max. mph) S-U S-18
RAIN (Inches) .76 .39
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 81 84

BALBOA TIDES

SATURDAY, OCT- 18

High
7:32 a.m.
8:07 p.m.

. "HLow
1:22 a.m.

A Negro delegate, the Ven. John

M. Burgess of Newton Centre,

Mass.. agreed wth Oumn that

"the discussion should be. open.

Before the House were eiht dif

ferent resolutions on racial mat

ters. Two of them have previous

ly been approved by the House

of B'shops, the other chamber of

the Episcopal general convention.

The bishops' resolutions called

on church members to-corifor

Suoreme' Court desegregation rul rulings,
ings, rulings, and to work for a non-segregated
society generally.
Some Southern delegates hone
to side-track these resolutions, in
favor of a milder statement spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Virginia delegates call calling
ing calling on all churchmen "to cleanse
themselves of rII spirit of racial
discrimination."

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I H f DEATH OF POPE PIUS XII AND THE 0(1
' BASEBALL CHAMPJONSHI P. jj

Brig. Gen. James W. Couttt,
(above) commanding general
of U.S. Army Forces Antilles In
Puerto Rico, was named by
Secretary of the Army Wllber
M. Brucker today to succeed
MaJ. Gen. Paul R, Wayrauch as
chief .of staff of the unified
Caribbean Command. J
The Department of Army as assignment
signment assignment of Coutts ,. was an
nounced here by Lt. Geri.
Dldgely Gaither, Commander in
Chief Caribbean. As Chief of
Ctjutts will head' the joint

.rmy, Navy and Air Force staff
at the unified command head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Quarry Heights, Ga
nal Zone.
.'''-', s v.
Weyrauch Is returning to the
United States this, week for re retirements
tirements retirements from the Army Oct.
31, after 32 years of service. H
served as Caribbean Command
chief of staff since- last May.
Coutts has commanded the
U.SV Army Forces Antilles and
military district of Puerto Ricfl
since March 1957, Prior to thai
he was deputy commanding

general at, ami jacKson, a,u.

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OFFICERS' WIVES VISIT BREWERY -t Alejandro A. Duque, jr., acting general manager of the National Brewery (center),
and Arturo Illueca, the brewery's public relations officer, play host to members of the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives Club at the
end of another "Know Your Brewery" tour yesterday. After the tour of the new million-dollar brewery, the ladies; took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the brewery's facilities to hold their monthly meeting In the lounge. T'

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