The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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to determine the, adaptability of the new leTourneau taw taw-Inj;
Inj; taw-Inj; locomotives for use on opposite lock walls' with tow
k Uij; and braking lines in use by both machines. ;
1 y.Thls phase of, the testing program follows an exten exten-sive
sive exten-sive series of trials in which the; new towing locomotives
were used only on the center wall with the special fender fender-Ing
Ing fender-Ing 'devices lit place to hold ships under tow in proper
- position. The '-current- series is, being run with the big
fenders removed' :
V""' aststo date have been of major value 'and fu-
' ture(lock: operations' as well as pla,ns for towing equip-
ment Will reflect economies gained as a result of the pro-:
gram, according to Balboa Heights. ,. .1 v j j
1 'r The present series follow changes' In mechanical fea fea-tures
tures fea-tures which tests demonstrated were needed under, actual
ooeratine conditions. K" -Y1 -! "v

' The present .trials'" are ; being
mnducted under the jo.nt, guia
' nce oi Panama Canal and per-
mnnpl f-om R. G. Le'lourneaa,
Ine- manufacturers of the towing
' ievices which were aeuvereu me
; last December v -
The locomotives have been un
dergoing tests end changes aince
r Representatives from both the
. Engineering ana unsirui.inm uu-
-reay and the Marine are cwy-
In th nresent-ri4.-With the
Innnmntiva. in 1lS'Ofi OPPOSlte
ii.- fh. t jwV: Division tS -0
'vising on lhe.pUcemen .of the. lo-.
..Dim' t .Vim -in
. tow, ,and hfeftethnicahlTes such
.. tha mRition,.af fore ana an

r towing lines. ......
' In temvln the b0 nJer
' frem lotemotivts, extensive
hn9t required.
' The fndr eoonttrwight v v--
- v-- a the machines tor balance
1 ''wm remevee nd Installed on
he fender eide after removal ef
the fenders. A
" v The-furrent test, series is follow follow-:
: follow-: teg in general -those juade,, with
4 the big-lenders in. use..
t The locomotives were first test
; enerated to check such features as
ipeed, control, and braking, after
the transfer ef one machine to the
side wall-. ,-, 1
(..T"' . a. 'a' latua' a ai m A

made late last month usinjj a
i. ine TirsT -.i t
C.n.l barae. These performance
teste were to be followed by tow 1
ins of uwr mp.f -i .".2
In this series, scheduled, for
Canal Traffic OK
V 1
During September;
Ship Trcnsils 736.
1-Commercial traffic movement
through the, Panama Canal in Sep Sep-'
' Sep-' nrt p11 under the aver-
, age -monthly figures-f the. pttst
yer WHn IU uransns U3 ;-
t were l transits Mast
month, by Government ves vessels.
sels. vessels. The total of 73ft transits fell
eonsiderably below the August fig fig-ures
ures fig-ures and was 53 less than the total
f 78 id September trf last year.
" u trruw! a,Mnmt. nf parfflt mOVCd
' through the waterway, in, Septem--w
was reported as 3,613,495 tons,
as compared with 4r166,349 tons in
August, anfl 3,,i8 wu m sv-,-tembcr,
1957.; ; ; : '
r 'TOJIS 1 lasi momu jiumiDu-
248, lubstantitally under; the fig fig-ure$
ure$ fig-ure$ of the preceding month and
those of September of lasuyear.
: ni am mint mf tolls; last mootn,
$117,425 was in tolls fcredits frpm
Gft"ernmcnt ships.. .-v.
Canal traffio statlsUca fot i, the
r-first ouarter ot this fiscal year
..ftn fnvnrablv with tnose-,oi
the comoarable-period in the pre pre-aiu
aiu pre-aiu fixpai voar. although tran-

' ;sits, tolls, and total cargo, moved
..... n divhtw en this veer:

'. .There were ,8.261 transits Jby
t a, v j..an-pnln eommercial vessesls

.... .ha firct ouarter, of .this, fiscal
' vear. 110 less than the figures in

' the irst miarter of the previous
i J a fiscal year T v i b ; T
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Wifes Complairity
NetsHubby l5 :V
Days Suspended s ;
li A Rainbow City wife,' got er
husband a 15-day smpemled jail
11 sentence at Crij obal Magistrates
Court todays when she charged
him with battery. j
-, Before the" court was AstoU $eyv
1 mour Smith, 48,, Panamanian,; an
v E'ectrlcaKDvis.on sub foreman,
f.who' was summoned by his wife
. Winnie who accused him of beat beat-,
, beat-, .ing her, 1
5 -. if Loren B Hiltsinger gave
sm. n is aays)au, but suspended
the sentence during a year's pnH
bauoa. ,

v r..-j .--, f i i i i i i i si if it i i i t f i i i t t k i i r w i a y . i i j 1 m mm 1 l '.' f i x r

in progresi-at Catun Locks
completion by tbel first of this
i L A. i i...S ..' .1
monw, ine yanyug towing posi positions
tions positions as jecotnmended by Locks
Division personnel were to be
tried. j
The final phase 'of the current
series is scheduled for the first
week in November during which
the towing locomotives are to be
operated at speeds exceeding two
miles an nour. '
r These will determine" the feasibi
lity .of making tows on both me
dium and small yessels l
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Spokesmen: far Jjora! 900 and
wu uuuiw, a vnj-M i xoaay
testified before the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly committee considering a
bill to raise the salaries of Pan Pan-ama's
ama's Pan-ama's government! and private
employes who earn. $125 a month
ot less.
'The Bill "was Introduced by As Assemblyman
semblyman Assemblyman Juan B. J (Johnny)
Aiias. speaking on behalf of
both unions, Jose de laRosa
Castillo, adviser of Local 907
said the unions were lullr be
hind the, purpose of the bill..'
Castillo pointed out that there
was an "alarming'!, gap between
salaries and the cost of livin? in
Pafiama, and emphasized that
the bill was step in the right di direction
rection direction to ease the"grave econ
omic situation", which confronts
Panamanian workers 'V
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Policemen Shot -1
While Cudrdingv:
West Cvpru$'Minev
NICOSLVOcf.,20 (UP1) Two
Turkish Cypriot policemen were
sire rdead this morning while
guarding equipment at the, Ki
nousai mine in West Cyprus.'
First reports -said the unidenti
fied killers escaped on a motor
cycles V- ,:"- ;'.!" :-
x Kinousa, a copper, mining area,
is, eight miles east of Polis.oa the
extreme- west coast;. 1
In, another violent incident EO-
KA 'extremists- using bombs and
gasoline, fired the Konya forestry
station ; in central Cyprus during
tne night., , ,
,. Damage caused.iwas -estimated
at $6ooo..jjf
Body Of Radioman
Who Died At Sea
ls; Landed Here
- The body of ship's radio offi
cer who died at sea Saturday was
landed at uristoDal today. He was
Harold D, Breeland, 35, of Dun Dun-dalkJi
dalkJi Dun-dalkJi Ud J radio ooerator on the
U.S. flag ship Marore which was
on a vova"? trom the East coast
when he died.", i- i m
Canst authorities are .informing
his wife bt the death and awaiting
instruction! from "relatives.

RealljSQB l Scores Oh, Blonde y Sensitivity

ASHEVILLE.:N.C' (UPI)
Have a burning urge to become
an SOB? Then brother, you. had
better start boning up the re requirements
quirements requirements are pretty rigid.
Did you realize that, to become
an SOB hat is, a really top top-notch,
notch, top-notch, first-class, wing-dinging SOB
you have to be at least 40 years
of' age,' male.. With- a keen ability
to shift a bar check with diplom diplomacy
acy diplomacy and a non-teetotaller? :,
t-And 1 can you pass the "blonde
sensitivity te:"7 That's rugged
one, a sort of .reaction test based
on how far the candidate can walk
i long a ship's 'deck, :n terms of
feet, without a glance a t a"nat
urad" or "unnaiural" blonde.

SHANTYTOVNERS:FLEE:

FLOOD CURUNDU RIVER FLA?S

'Dwellers of the Hollywood shanty town behind the -National
Stadium had te be evacuated br boat last night when the rain

swollen Curundu river threatened
homes. 1
The National Guard used
truck to evacuate the flooded
By 3 a jn. today the waters

back to normal, but at the Insistence of the people who feared

that' it might rain again jjeiore
kept one boat and a fescue crew
1- ,11 a,
'. This was one of the many in-.
cidents which occured on the Pa
cific side yesterday d u r i n g' a
heavy flowing rain which fell be between
tween between 4:30 and 6:10, accomapnied
by S 25 mph wind, uunng tne ,pe-
1-,'vui ? m inrhpr were registered
St Balboa Heignis, dui me ram mo
not extend beyond : rearo xaiguei..
Several areas along Via f-spa-a
were .floodeiff ? snarling the
race track traf4fr.ss t.iany .cars
stalled when the water f 1 o o.d e d
their ignition systems.'
.A few, trees were blown, down
both in the Canal Zone and Pana Panama
ma Panama r.itu nn. ri.min was reoorted.
No records were broken, -and the
rainfalL was only slightly -heavier
than that reported during the 24
hnni nerind Sent. 11 to 12 when
es leu wiinin iwo noui
Rculhsr Says Kixon
Jurjolcs Vij D;li
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On Idle In SI:!js
' CHICAGO (UPIi-United Auto'
Workers President Walter Reuth-er-
charged Testt.dnyHut -Vice
President Richard N, ,r,onr-js
1ugt;hni.,'With the figures" wnen
ha. ova American, workers are
better off under-, the Republicans.
"You -can't torivince an unem.
ployed worker., Tie' better, off,'
Reuther told aT ,televised news
onference. "Seven rpep'-enti of
the work force' still unemployed
and the recession is not over.".
"Reuther also defended the.cori'
tracts his, union has -signed with
the major automotive companies
as "non-inflationary.!
.The contracts -.gave uniop mem
bers a "real gam of 30 cents an
hour," Reuther eaid. rbut "mir
t lpmotif U .eomoletelv non-in-
flationary, and is not the basis tor
justifyins a pnee increase;' m
1959-cars.
He cited s the steel Industry as
"one of the culprits in this whole
inflationary Mpirl". r and l- said
'here have been 23 t steel price
increases' since the war, ,,; i
Reuther attaked Nixon as1' a
notential president, and compared
him unfavorab'y with another
California Reoublican, Chief '.fus '.fus-fce
fce '.fus-fce of the Supreme Court Earl
Warren.' j " '.
Vlf Earl Wariren were Repup-
lican candidate- for president 1 1
think he would deserve very c6n c6n-Biderable
Biderable c6n-Biderable consideration from .the
labor movement and," would -,get
it, "', Reuther said.-'
Nixon, however.' has a "streak
of : epoortunism that bothers me
as a human beihg,"; Reuher said.
Mexican To See
French Filrrts ;
Saris" Cehsdringl
MEXICO 'CITY,' Oct; 20 (UPIV-
Govemment officials nave decided
that Mexican movie fans will see
uncesored French-made films with
nude scenes at the international
film festival here. , -
( The decision ; yesterday ended a
eon trover sy, over -some of
the French pictures showing wom women
en women in the nude. The officials, aft after"
er" after" a three-day conf erence, ; aided
with festival directors- who con contended
tended contended that in ,the interest nf
" Pair Play;" films must be shown
exactly as they were .screened at
festivals where 'they wqn prizes.
"The .lovers"! is M one 1 of the
French movies that .touched off
the controversy.;, v'l ,' 1
At this point, as explanation
Of some ort seems in, order. The
twm : 608 : stands for Society of
Booklovers, ? the one ?. and only
chap er of which is currently in
session here at its annual con convention.:,
vention.:, convention.:, The .only order of bus business'
iness' business' is a series; of cocktail
parties. '.''!'
The first Sim and the ; require requirement
ment requirement that the first-class SOB have
,-ead (r listened- te art least two
books in, his Lifetime seem to en en-comostt
comostt en-comostt the en'ire mention of
books, at far as the society is con concerned.
cerned. concerned. fi
.The late word from convention
headquarters is that 1he bit about
the two-book requirement i i be

to wash away their ramshackle
i V ;

three? small boats and -a special
areas. t r
had subsided and the river was
morning, tne National uuard
on hand until after dawn, v'-
" I K 1
period. The all-time record was
registered in 1944 when 4.49 inches
fell : withm one Jiour."
The tide was rising yesterday
tlunng the height ot the deluge,
a factor; some observers felt con contributed
tributed contributed to the innuadation.
Harry T.II:tf-9,;
VuJ Trcck l-knsgcr
Afl:r Leaving PC
Harry T.iHart; of Gamboa,
who died early yesterday morn
ing at Gorgas Hospital, had been
a resident or me ismmus iur al almost
most almost 50 tears and had a wide
circle of friends' in both Pana
ma and the Canal Zone. He was
so vears old.
MrHart was born In Matflson,
Indiana, and came to" the Isth Isth-mu
mu Isth-mu in 1910 when .he was em
ployed as a coach builder by the
Isthmian canal commission." ne
was emoloved from then until
1930 with the Canal- organis
tionall of his service feeing with
th Mechanical Division. He was
f ..j.yed as a General Foreman
in the division duringvthe iast
few years of his service, -.
rjurlntr' the late 1920's Vhen
erevhound racing was- lntroduc
ed in Panama, Mr. Hart became
interested in the ,sport and was
rtnoloved as manager; ot the
Kennelworth Track,: i
After' leaving .the- Canal serv
ice he was employed for a num num-hr
hr num-hr f vears as General .Manag
er, of, the .'Juan "Franco Race
TVack After resigning that posi
tion he worked for several years
with the U.S. Air Force n ai ai-brook
brook ai-brook before his retirement from
US Government service, c
j.uhi wrt has nn survivors on
the Isthmus, Mrs. Hart having
died seven years ago. He Is sur survived
vived survived by i two nieces- inj the
States, Mrs. Helen Beatty( and
Mis Ada M, Ferguson, to$i of
Funeral services will be held at
10 aim. weonesaay as vorewu
Cemetery Chapel,, conducted by
the Rev. W. M. Aldertoh, of
Gamboa Union Church. Inter Interment
ment Interment will be at Corozal ;eme-tery,-t
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Sergeant's Bod
Flovn To Chicacio
For Burial Rites i
Th. Ivodv of Sfe. Norris Gat
ons of the U.S. Army Mission to
Costa- Rica, whd wss : drowned
Thursday when he fell from a boat
into theSarapiqui Jtiyer, was re recovered
covered recovered Friday and is being flown
today to Chicago, HI.. his home
Oi. icvuiu ..i. .v, t
The sertfeant slipped 4 and 1 f ein
from the boat when returning. with
two other-members of the mis mis-sinn
sinn mis-sinn from a liasion trip to a Costa
Rican-Nicaraguan border revenue
nnlice unit. Futile attempts at res
cue were made' by one other
member of the party who dove in into
to into the swift current' of the-1 river
r Military escort for the trip to
Chicago win be M-sgi. nooen r
Burns, also of the U.S. Army Mis Mis-son
son Mis-son o Costa Rica. -(,''
Mrs. Gatons will Sccompany the
body to Chicago to assit with fu-
eral' arrangements and after her
husband's burial will return to
Costa Rica to attend to personal
affairs.

stricken. The society feels jit's s
little too demanding. --','
- ' A1 ( ;
The 'blonde test It Interesting.
According to a society study, the
average -male walks 26 feet alone
a deck before he turns to: glance
at the blonde; the wolf struggles
along 19 feet; and the; average
SOB 13 feet,;' 1 t
; - I 't fl i
Wanna Join? Good luck,' but It's
hard to say where you will find
the brothers. It's a cjich it won't
be within 150 feet of a girls' ichoo',
308 feet of a Hnging school or 712
.ee of oolice station.,
It's an SOB regulation- Arti Article
cle Article Four. '-;''
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NWO MILLON feels 'like a million too, thank ypu Terymuch.'

With Canal Returns tut In -Fipiit

JVMMaM..,
--The"-Oaiftl -Zone United- Fund
topped $32,090 today the sev seventh
enth seventh day of the drive for. 4125,-,
000, bringing the fund In us first
week to 25,Tper cent .of its goal.
Fund Afflciaia e x V resseu
. pleasure ai the progress ot the'
campaign ao far but were cau cautious
tious cautious In displaylngfover-optl-j
mlsm because ,of the, first
week's results .,
Philin L. Steers. Jr.. campaign
chairman, said today that early
returns- indicated to him that
the nubile ; was solidly, behind
United Fund this year and that
he had high hopes that the cam cam-naltm
naltm cam-naltm would be a short one, per
haps as little as three or four
weeks to complete.
As was expected, the Fana
ma Canal Company Cafiat
Zone Government returns were
largest, reaching $22,900 this
morning. Their share of the
total goal Is $57,900.
The military services showed a
return so far of $2,515, With on
ly the Navy and Air Force re
porting. : i
- Military campaign managers oi
.l three aervices strongly empha
sised today that this was complete
ly normal due to the wide differ
l'',V
Judge's Bench
v(
Cesar .Augusto Garcia had' an
expensive night, out last night
bub he did not get the bill until
today. GarclA. a Panamanian,
was found intoxicated In Balboa,
and for this offense was fined
20 by Judge John E. Deming at
Balboa Magistrate's Court today.
This was his second s conviction
this year lor lntoxicationa
Ernesto Marshall Roach 35,
Panamaniarii was lined $5. when
he was 'found guilty of battery
against Baltazar Vera on Friday.
For trespassing in the Balboa
Commissary Annex on Saturday,
Gllda Doriatlla Brown,' 25, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $10, , u
Eloy Enrioue Ramos, 21. Pana Panamanian,'
manian,' Panamanian,' failed to appear in
court to answer summons for
drivUi! ft truck' without a Canal,
Zone windshield sticker or a va.
id. operator's license. The judge-
ordered his ball to be forfeited.
Teeth. Missina?, v
VCops Helve Extras
A pair of false teeth have been
handed over to the lost property
s vartment. at Balboa Police sta station.
tion. station. , ,-i-A 'i
-, The teeth "a one bridge set set-were
were set-were found last Wednesday and
?he o"en h- wtill not showed up
to collect them, - ....
The. were '.found In, Ibt street,
near' the steps of the, Aocon Mi Mi-sonic
sonic Mi-sonic Tern Die bv Margaret Mor
ris, recreational Assistant, Ancon
Schools D'yMon, who handed them
to the police.

' .-

encelnuiiilitary and ci'viliaii pay
days a comparea te tne, company company-government
government company-government J A y
The first larger", scale military
payaay wm De Oct. JU, and they
do not expect any major returns
until; then, toward jtheir combined
quota of $42,100. f
, Special, sjiftsy wjth' a quota ef
125,000 te meet, hat reported $6,
74 a of this morning, including
f'Vw'nr r'Mrf through the U-.
mitod Fund Golf Tournament that
t. iiiau yosterday. .'
' Another, of the events durimr the
nrsr weex .or tne Campaign was
1,.:. ,u-... ...'. .,.,-
unitea runa Sunday-which coo
perated, in 'by 35 Canal-, Zone
Churches of -all faiths yesterday
At church services yesterday
more than 7225 United Fund Drav-
er-book markers were distributed
and many of the cantors mention
ed, the charitable and other wor
thy- aspects of the fund and its 17
participating agencies from; their
pulpits. ; v
While TJnited Fund Sunday pafc
ficination bv the ehurche wak in.
tended primarily as a reminder
for- their congregations by the
churches was intended primarily
as a reminder lor tneir congrega
tion that the United Fund should
be supported as fully as their cir
numstances permit., in some of the
churches where -their policies al
iowea.it, special offerings- were
their policies allowed it, special of offerings
ferings offerings were' taken for the fund,
? t
I
I
Absent As Audilors
Search For $125.03
': : Auditors of Branlff Interna
tional Airway were going over
the hooks-of the local branch
office today for, shortages which
are allegedly associated with the
disappearance of an accountant.
Reportedly the suspect' left for
Brazil unexpectedly last week.
V Unofficial sources said the
shortages discovered since -the
auditors started checking the
books amounted to almost $125, $125,-0C0.:.,i
0C0.:.,i $125,-0C0.:.,i " Z :
The Panama Secret police said
they -had hot been officially no notified
tified notified of the alleged embezzle
ment, and no charges had heeiyj
pressed against anyone connect connected
ed connected with the local Branlff office.
The airline's local officials al also
so also .refused: to comment on the
alleged t- shortage, but said a
Branlff lawyer was coming down
from, the United States. ,
311: Polio Coses;
WASHINGTON1 (UPIV-The U.S.
Public Health Service reported to today
day today there were 1 311 cases-; of
polio in the nation for the week
ending Oc'; 11, Jar higher than
the total for the same period last
year.-" m
Durln? the week end'ng Oct. 12.
1957. the agency repo-ted 167
cases. ' .' ,?
Of the cases reported Ihis year,
131 were of tb paralytic type

polio; lie non-paralytic,

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y<i j.-'.tfllt5; f. v,jtV MMM 0 MMaMaaa, S' tff T
"Pablo and Florentine Aizprua, the parents of'Cdndi-"'
doPanamas millionth' inhabitant, were assured today
that their little boy will get free medical attention from
the Social Security Bodrd until he is 2U
. Amvingr in, Ppnamd City yesterday to the cheersVf
hundreds of Panamanians who braved the afternoon rai
to greet Nino Millon he and his parents drove into the
int0 re? at th& head of motorcade from the In--tenor
This- afternoon, the. Aizprua's are to receive the
gifts, donated by. the government, civic W k;fl

ganizationSr r H
Tomorrow mornma. the
in f 9
The parents of "Chandito' as
Nifto Milldn 'has beeit dubbed by
Panama City residents, were no notified
tified notified by Social Security manag manager
er manager Alejandro de la Guardia that
they are entitled to receive med
ical Attention for the baby at
any social Security clinic in
Panama, Colon or the Interior
'CaMMa": '? parentsleft their
hut In the village of Las Flores
on Saturday morning- and were
married later in the historic Ocu
church In the town of the same
namec 1 1
-;: Immediately after the wed!
ding; ceremony, Nine Millon
-'was baptized by, the .same
priest who performed the mar marriage
riage marriage rites.
h The official motorcade. with
Candido, his little sister and his
parents riding at the heaa in
Comptroller General 1 Roberto
Heurtematte'a official. automo
bile; left OeA yesterday morning.,
They were met at each town
along the way by cheering
crowds .which gathered to wel
come themi However, yesterday'
heavy rainfall washed out wel
coming ceremonies scheduled at
Chorrera, and on the; West Bank.
Conol Mqy Link,
Yongtze; YelloV
Rivers Of China
- TOKYO," Oct.' 20 (UP!) w 'Com 'Communist
munist 'Communist China M;d today It has
completed the first step toward
building a Canal designed to link
two of the world's longest drivers
the Yangtze and the Yellow.
The Communist New C k 1 a a
News Agency said a prel'minary
survey for tho projected janal
has been finished.. :
. The canal will begin 'at rTan rTan-kiangchow
kiangchow rTan-kiangchow Reservoir on the1 Han
Rrver4 biggest tribU'a-ry oft the
Yangtze, and run northeast to,
Chengchow on' the Yellow." Tne
Yaagtze is the world's fourth long
est river -and the -Yellow, the
sixth. a. -'.
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Cbvernor; Reminds'
Residents T6 Note
SpecidI UN Doyj :
' Attention has been called by W,
E.' Potter to -a proclamation Is
sued by.i President Eisenhower' de
sipnating Oct, -24 as United Na Na-Nations
Nations Na-Nations Day. h (.'"'', j.? 1 ;
-! In the proclamation., the Presi
dent requested that citizens of the
Nation .demonstrate their faith in
the United Nations and contribute
to- a better understanding -'of its
aims,, problems, and accomplish
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Japanese Doll
Left All Alone,
At Colon. Depot
A Japanese doll which looked as
though it was d e s i n e d as a
Christmas present was left fa o
'" Railway station over the week
end., ))j ; U JT V
It waif taken to Crstobal Police I
"ho, are anoealone for the careless
'anta Claua to eome and collect i

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Wg their, Jchurch wedding afl
, Ocu.' Saturday; , : -;
gttt Jcanafat Mlraflori
AStl de ftlon? Ceiitra'i A
Avenuea the motorcade ended at -the
International Hotel vhrl
ine area in front nt ,-

wa, still crowded todar roT
theNIflo MilI6n and his parents -.
The couple and their two chll-
aren.wili.remaint tStel
lOr a few mor ttaira itM..,iL ... '

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afterneon,, arrangements i are K
reportedly being made to pre-

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jpruBi to worK4intf live on. -ii
Beside vlsitino- th VM.u.i V,

cla tomorrow, a ipht.a.i j

. -"assi u-ritr ".,f:vv -it
has been scheduled for the AIz- ,

?u, e beXore- 8lyers ago, but -V -;,
the first visit to the-'ca- ' 1
Richard I Jurbyfili;?-)
To Give Concert V
In Pennsylvania):
t i i S ' .v ', l, ,i
1 .n1,,cn f',',l, wM 1rnon'
S.t u Isthmus- j'hs'rd Turbjrfill, v. :J
-"! bi rcn( In- concert Fri- ;
day evemnif at Chatham Colleee :

riu"i.rn, ra.- The Cftnrert
which will he
fnemoriat observ,
, -.,.7,7 '"v'ern composer
Vaughn Williams, has been an announced
nounced announced in mi'sice' murnals and
magazine in tho States.
vo-"" T'-hvij vm sin" "weni,,'
Iocs; JEdge..'the composer's favor;,
ite work, nd1 "Folr,Hvmnl,, ac-'
comoan-ed' by a string tiuartet and )
manist Johanna Harrs,-f wife of
American eomnoser Rov Harris.
The tenor 1s the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Subert Turbyflll of Balboa.
PiuslcTllvToTe" y
fk M A a, 1A. 1 La 1
Will On Envelops
VATICAN ITY' IfUPT Tno
Pius XII's ast will -was writtert
witn a pencri on the back of ibj
envelope, it was disclosed ye&ter
day. - s
A 4 high Vatican source con-
1rmaii4 i1' i Mnns-t MiKISekAil V
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' TCffis letter (Mill Box, Oct. l, showVaertain: "Bulldog"
thinking entirely In the wrong direction. The parents im bhs
jsrmdpal "Hdlarare not condemning ail of the Balbo;-tiiaenw
Ipr the actions of a,few; 'fS? -i'"vhi
i Balboa student are being1 rldlculedlor their manners in
rfespect to other people, and not for the showing of their foot foot-ball
ball foot-ball team; In;iact,k their football team is a 000; one as it has
bfcen in the-past years, but if the student body -would support
' it In a grown-up manner, toe articles in the Mali Box might
- vurn Into compliments Instead of. insults.

f The letterrwrltlng "Huuacg seems .w oe oau t nv
not letting, BHS have a pep rally. From BHS rooters' .actions
7. j u, Ai- MAnna-i inward nth." nftnl it. is ft.

bonder they hate -any games at aU, Maybe it these students
-.went to a game i.to. watch .theiR team and fiheer .for It, insad
oj slrig;iww many people will notice them, they would be:bet-
ter off.-'rr( ,';4v 1 r-Pr&rW-. ''"'
' Ha "Bulldog seen anyone, ever throwing anything, at ;tha
hring on bad talk" about iheif school;" Why. loean!t "Bulldog'
ask the Balboa theerlea'Sers how they would enjoy a game while
lumping out or the way of objects being thrown, vat them, I
guarantee they would nob-go for the idea touch: 1
t FBulldog" is also griping about having to" f itr hot class classroom
room classroom with planes flying overhead while th parents are .sitting
in coolalr-condlUoned offices. How maay- people have-gone-to
tht samef fthbol' in previous 'years. and now "Bulldog", griping
because he" ha to do it. So happens he is not the, first and on only
ly only student' of BHS. : I p ,
.i ,lt he Jthinks it is-fun for the parents to get up at'slx ln
the; mornlnr and go to work, then go to the commissary .then
get hoifte to'cook for their children, try it soma time. It is no
better than sitting in a classroom. '-j
Asti said before, nobody is criticizing, the BHS football team
J-a rfm bunch of boys. It 4s, the student- body behind" the, team
that is igetting the criticism. RemembeJ1 .the Golden Rule.: Do
unto'othecs as you would have others do untb .you r i -.1
Go by that rulW a little more, and "Bulldog" may find him himself
self himself gettini pepralllej. and tnqU of the things be wants.
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There's a supermarket In Colon
Well-stocked and uuite expertjy run.
I've purchased there for quite a While
And poitly have been satisfied -. :
With service, iualltyf and price; ;
But now I have one great' bis: gripe,"
Here lately prices have increased
On- certain- stuff by bounds, and ileaps.
Take Keebler'a saltines why the hike
Of twenty cents? It lsri't tight,.
Carnation milk is" stocked once more

The cost .in cents? Just
At seventy, you can get
' Of course 1 mean th

The Mono Gordos want to keep
A captive market, not compete
With brands whose fame was justly earned
In meeting competition stern.
. The price of sugar i- here produced
Is mountlng-nlgh. But what's the use v

- or fmm m xm ppwew tnat jz
The'brunt' still alli telentiessiy

.Square on the little felow'j back.
And what he has and what he lacks
Is his concern, so who can say
He shouldn't try to find a way
To get some commissary, stuff ? ;
With prices high and times so tough,
can't Monos Gordos understand
Why phere is so much contraljand .f

COCOLI

t "Please Explain' (Mall Box, Oct, i$Kls jnore betuddled than
He knows. What-is -he" trying to prov5erybne?who Plays
' bingo at cocoiiyis-enjoyine a cfwcW,ik.ta,'' ex"
pense. We are aware of how the Jackpot;ls:tnri ."Please Explain"
cieatlv is not. ... -, ?
The numbers do not only Jumn one per. bingo night, as any anyone
one anyone "who -Jlays Cocoll knows. Therefore It would appear
"Please Explain" does not even play at Cocoli. Why then does
he trv to teelittle something he does not know anything about?
Tlit i? information he is seeking he. cad, gef all he wants
at the Cocoli bingo. r
"!' Cocoli Binge Player

SHORTAGES AND
Sir:

There seems to me to be something :of a Dreyfus Case touch

about recent events in "one office
agency on the Isthmus The' case
- -I happen to knownat eotn
nave in mum snortages almost
- other places: ':. !r' 5
In on case a sunervlsor took

tain facility and to" thre;6nth'i,th. plai.-jrbQWj!(4. '.'&wIWe'

of more than 1500. But he Is stUl supervising. j::
jta other cases managers have i been ,dmoted o. transferred,
but never, either before pr after the Investigation! suspended or
twmlnated. One fellow evett got a promotion in ope of the
'"shuffles. ,' v...
If the action taken In ther cas I am discussing was intend -,
M to curb or teduce shortages add just happened to begin
' with this one employe, why was if not-continued on to other
employes in other shortage eases? ; If the' Investigating hoard
w ruled that'the emplove in ijuestlon shouldbe' reinstated, does
(that, hot mean that the lnvetlators found no ground for ter
mlnating or suspendint him? How in all fairness can the m m-"ployethen
"ployethen m-"ployethen be terminated on grounds oa the evidenc,in a-previous
case a case in which someone else was found responsible?
. Could this be a case of "If I can't et you oh one thing I'll get
nn nn innitiw hut fll t won af. All- hhrtrxV ; "i ','t i

Th anpeai procedure Is h open. to":ouestloffc, as Jt looks to
me as If the of fidai who Institutes a tefmlnatlonihas the power

'to appoint ome:lf not ail members of the board whwh ipvestl-
of ti matter nrt hHV that hat th ritrht t.n imt nr

reject the board's findings., as he wishes, If my "Jmpregsion of
the svitem Is correct, it is hardjy in line With accepted appeals
procedures. ' ?-; '-W
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' u "reoi up wjuj.'Ama Maii, box oct.i.r snows himself to
4fba a real creep and a crvbaby because he didn't tet a resldnn-

, ev in three states where he tried.

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v tewed 11 n "i'

ffljtU. 4q whit part of the world XJ ianama.i Europe n

Aia are uw jocw peopie not
r iflei for a lob?,' ;

Panama even has a law saying at. least 7.6 of a private

nml employes must ce Panamanians, t, -, ,.. ;
t ;i happen to know1 that scorea. perhaps a hundred Panama.

nlah doctors and dentists are practising In the States. having
(rotten their tredentlals through normal; channels. iThey are
made, welcome1 there, n I know of one' who teaches oa ,tha hied
: leal tatf .of a Wf Midwest university,';' i- -vi
- Perhaps the chip ton. "Fed Un, with; AMA's". shoulder was

obvjous in the flrst lntervlew,
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thirty-lourl
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SUSPENSIONS
of a certain US. Government
is connected with shortages.
oerorej ana. arwr; tne case ji
oeiorei mna;aiter me, case i
i aiarMng ;ihafe, occurred jtij
over the opetlbft of a cr
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over
Fair Play
RESIDENCIES
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Unimpressed
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Labor News
Ctunmeiits

By VICTOR RIESIL
la a voice dripping with disgust,
Sen. John McClellan recently tolo
this reporter that he would quit
his famous racket-busting commit committee
tee committee unless Congress passed some
racket-busting law during the next
series of, probings into; th. under underworld.
world. underworld. &iMr'f
? It was niore than the long-dis-tance
telephone' wire which crac cracked
ked cracked si. the Senator talked from
his office lft tlttie Rock. UlcCel UlcCel-Itn
Itn UlcCel-Itn said he and his colleagues had
"worked Our hearts, put" but no
tii'if has hapDened.',i
"There simply is no use in doing
that if (here is no legislation for
we have exposed and we'U conti continue
nue continue to' expose. We know to 16
expose and the Coneress knows
how to legislate ..so I'll ouir the
committee at, the end of the next
Congressional session if there are
no laws," the Senator said.
'. 'That will be sometime in Aug Aug-bst
bst Aug-bst 195. It's, absolutely necessa necessa-Iry
Iry necessa-Iry to keen going through this com
Inr session. ..
f '.'We've still lg6t some-wsndals
the staff has uncovered. We've -nougli
for hearings through jthe
'59 se'ssions. But .. what's' the 'use
of 'going into ') if we have no
laws psed nexf year?"
: What of 'the .'Senate' Select Com Committee's
mittee's Committee's future plans? The. Sena Senator
tor Senator disclosed that the main hear hearings
ings hearings he believed the committee
would run this year Would be prohj
'igs imo ioir or live case of
"secondary boycotts." Tbis refers
to the refusl of a union to handle
"hot cargo."
In such, instances, one un;on re
fuses to work for a firm which is
shipmng, handling or purchasing
products comin? from ; another
firm atinst which there i a
strike. -Thus. for. example, a firm
with no labor trouble can et
plenty of it if.it buys its supplies
from a struck company 2,000 mies
away. ' .,
Aftei thee session in Novem
ber, McClellon doesn't think there
will be any further hearin? a until
late next January or February.
Then he will hold a final series of
oublic probe un'il Aufust, During
this time the Senator will push
fc anti-racket hws.
In Ausuit.. McClellan believe.c
the time will come for whinn'ne to
gether a final. reoort to the Con
gress. There might be those who
want to continue into '60. he aavs.
but "What's the :use if, we set no
Stirring the. Senator's bitterness
is the knowledee that verv little
has changed Hef two vears of
Tvobing und that b!g time scan
dals are orewing and breaking all
over the land.? ; V r.
, Por" example, several'. new.
derll Grand Juried will t- 1m
jbtneleii between, novr and' Oct; 25
York. 'where the' MeCTellaii Com Com-mittee.
mittee. Com-mittee. Chief counsel, Robert Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, found the first scandals. So.
cial Justice Dept.. units have been
working for more than six months
gathering evidence.
At the m iibn amii th
Hver In Rework. N. J. the autho authorities
rities authorities have d'eoverM that over
S300.000, ot just 200,000 as ori
crtnally reported, d sapoeared from
the treasury and two welfare
funds of Local 2i of the Retail
Clerks Union. This un'on covers
employes of three bin denartment
stores Bimbergert; Kleins : and
Lerner'svv-'s ';. hiv-.;
Checks were drawn on the funds
by one union official without so
mucn as informing the employer
trustees of the welfare. operations.
ine local aistrct attorney and the
police are just beginning to disco
er the enormity of the looting
wnicn went on right through the
Dunne probing of other unions.
Everywhere there has heen such
crooked buslness-as usual despite
tne soouignt on .the Senate Com
mittee a hearin ss. For. example,
there are reports that the commit committee
tee committee plans, to start quiet orellminary
analysis of, Texas rackets. Time
table 11 for artlnn nn Nov T?
though there hsve been no .details
ou'lwhat the investigators have
And at such in between points
ik ;Chicago, Csveliand..' Detroit.
Miami and St. Louis, the nrobers
have, been niling up what they re report
port report ,j1"J evidence of i other milti-
mi'iionr dollar labor rackets.
,i- If the new Congresswahts ac
tibn. it will have to prove it by
acting' itself. ;$ym -v-i
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'"The largest body of Salt
water In the Western Hemis
phere, the Great Salt Lake in
Utah; is the remnant of a one
. great inland sea. Ia prehistorie
timet this sea,- which the- ge geologist
ologist geologist all Lake Bonneville,
, covered northwest Utah. James
Bridge, a fur trapper, la be believed
lieved believed to have been tha first
white man to sea tha lake, la
S a eyclepMia Briteaaiea.tr
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ANCHORAGE. Alaska It is
the promiseo. land of the aircraft,
this Alaska, as New Guinea is the
hew' world of aircraft. The coun
try's terrain makes aircraft as
indispensable as the Model Ford
was to the old-time farmer.
Somehow, the necessity 01 using
the iron birds takes a great deal
of ; mystery from their operation.
It's s simple, as this l to get from
here to there,s you have to fly.
Maybe once you nouerea,
'Mush!" and did it by dog. sled.
but now you just craokJ u the
Siiper-Cub and. arrive" totf 'sHm
two hours at what you mighn't
nave macie in six monms .1 lew
years before. -;. -! ,7'
r. I have been aomg consiaeraote
nunung ana inning oui aer, .mu
have een to mor places in a
mild two weeks than-j. munil nave
louched in' two or three years by
surface transport, u it snows you
change ivour wheels itor, skis, cr u
it's water you're oyer you strap on.
the floats- if ypu'reeaiae uxe.y
you nave wneeis-ana-sius, i
wheels-and-floats. :! , "A,
ciaft parkedm; ritof J house
isTas. common", a' sight as the ca
sual car In an American city.
;;There is au nice Scandihoovian
cent named Rav Peterseff aroUhd
who is kine of typical, of Alaska's
air age. Kay just oougnr tnree
Fairchild F-27'S wltn K011S Koyce
rtart nolne turhn-nrnnjL, which
hi: says costs as ,1'mucli Inoney
for one airplane as is contained
in. the company's net worth." i
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BRUSHING UP-IyOoking" ts
if ihe should be moceiing in-
stead t painting,, pert French '.
artist Poucette 23, works pn a
picture alongside the pool athe v
Sands Hotel, Las Vegas. Artist w
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Higher Than5 Hayfielcls

By BOB RUARK
Hi,
v turn k 3 at
This, I gather, is a slight exag-
geration, ynce Petersen is the bpar
ooit u. uuivineinm caliea
Northern : Consolidated, Airlines,
xcit. j
This little operation, which com combines
bines combines transport with guided tours
fishing and hunting lodges, the
Katmai tours which embrace tne
Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes,
Bristol Bay. the Bering Sea. the
Yukon River, the Katmai Monu
ment Park, and the Arctic Cricle
started in 1934 with .one lousy
litths. open cockp.t biplane. ?'
Petersen, still a young 'an. is
what is known as an old-fashioned
bush pilot gone city j slicker.
Petersen, who hss one daugh daughter,'
ter,' daughter,' Rose Mrrie, who wants to be
btfsh pilot and" a flock of other
IcMldren, msluding,, Susie,' 7, who
wants to De a stewardess on Pa s
airline,: and a 5 1-2-year-old, Ray
Jr. who, plans 'to be a' Pilot for
Papa, got his start in the airline
business feihnng Eskimoa from
a place called Bethel.
This occurred.' after his father
Went busted ranrhtn? in NebmVa
a'nd 'Wyoming ? and Petersen was
cropping in the hayfields. He got
the flyboy bug because it was so
hot downstairs in the hay, and so
codl upstairs in the air. He learn learned
ed learned to fly in Chicago and 'perfect 'perfected
ed 'perfected his tedinique in a strange land,
Alaska, where pilots earned an
chors in their planes.
M"Vb. this is a gag. but the
old busheroor used to tell me that
in the early days you navigated

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CHANGE OF ADDRESS
Dr. y. X Oraflt! aid Dri 'CEoster4 have -moved,
their dental office" from Anconlo' Palboa,
Building No. ,.
' : the new location isl In thje building behind the
. Optical Section and adjoins the' Balboa Commissary
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Telephone Balboa 2830.

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Across the

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Tby anchor If you dropped it and
heard it splash, at least, in. the
togs they have, you knew, you were
over water. '
The prospect of Petersen pleas pleases,
es, pleases, me. JHe is a.fulfilled, full-fledg
ed mogul in an expensive and
tricky Business. But he is no old older
er older than I am, give or take a yeaf,
and he flew his first plane when
I was a junior in college, i, His
first daughter, Rose Marie, was
born in a two room cabin, yet Pa
has just bought himself a trio of
hot turbo-props.' AU from a stands
ing start of, an open-cockpit, bi biplane
plane biplane A '
There-is something of ''Alaska's
bright future mirrored.' in a man
like Ray Petersen.
.t." i ft,,," ;i 'i
As he was saying t'other night.
iU fihe,iople ,lave lapped so far
in this country is placer. The ba
sic wealth of the land is" still to
b mined, v I
i Alaska is full of Texas money
at the moment. ..and the Texas mo-
ner will kick offwljti can't help
out pe a coon ot, nnpreeeaentea
Jm And somehowif sjj comes Back
iq tn uuur ana. vrvuie wrigni, ana
their disciples. .one .of whom,
latter-day, is a map like Ray Pet Petersen,
ersen, Petersen, who reached higher 4 than
the hayfields. I . r
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Chase Manhattan Bank

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WASIUNGTON,-- One of the
great thu abu: i erica is .le
ou.p;ur.ng of g ..crosuy wa e o
other Americans jet into trouble.
Afier; the Cud: n school board
came to Wa&hingion to try to get
some help lor uicir bomued uul
school md were unable either to
see Eisenhower or set any Fede Federal
ral Federal funds, a lot of people felt sorry
ior'ihem- ,.
t This little community in the
foa b.ils of Eas.ern Tennessee had
been minding its own business and
trying to ooey the Jaw wren sud suddenly)
denly) suddenly) three bombs almost com completely
pletely completely wrecked its high school.
Ut all happened on the same
night the school board had been
meeting to try to raise money for
a senisr. high school and was try
ing to get better buildings- for
three primary schools housed .n
temporary structures, the demol demolition
ition demolition of their' high school.' on ion
of all this, lejt them stunned.
However, a lot of people are
beginning -to fonder why this lit little
tle little Tennessee communi v" should
have to pay the penalty of being
the owed of JNazi-type terrorism
, ioi oi people seem to ieei
f
ust- as vigorously in the--south
we. are coma to settle our dif
ference by bom ds instead of order
ly argument-we might as well not
have -fought tha war- against
Hitler , r 'if f
'As result, some Amodev' is
beginning to come-. in; to help
Clinton build a new echoolhquse,
It hasnt come fn floods as yet
But more- Important t than money
is the fact that the building trades
unions are putting their shoulder
to we wtieei,; A u -k
-LABOR'S 'CSNlROSlTYv i
.. Said warmehearled Dick" Gray
president of the Building Trades
UHincu:-. i f -"We
can't let one'f.ttle "com
munity bear the brunt of terror
ism, feopie may have mixed
opinions aooui. miegrauonr oui
rone of them havt jnixed feelings
. . l i i .. r
about using bombs to .retard
school children.' We want to help.
, Eddie Leonard, international
president of the Plasterers Umoh
was -'equally: generous 'You can
count on the Plasterers he said
"We'll be in there pitching whin
the archi'ect ia ready with the
Plans for the new building."
Peter Schoemann, 1 international
p-esident of the plumbers. was
also sympa hetic. J-
'1 used to be a member of the
school boardifr; Milwaukee,' be
said, ft 1 know Something1 -about
tnese ,prowems. 1 1 y
"These kids in Tennessee' ought
not to. sutler because of a mad
bomber. Plumbing fixture. f o r
schools- aren't as expensive as for
off ce buildings vc ; private' homes
and if one af ithbig''phimbtng
fixture' companies Will put up the
tixiures. j Know my men will wan
to do henr share. : Naturally, I'll
have to talk to them, but I think
I know what thei answer will be."
That's ho-v labor reacted to the
Slight of the bomberd-out children
i Teiiriesee.''h jiiI'hjuh i
The finest contribution of f 1 all,
however fcould.com from othe,r
chi'dren. V 4 ' ...
'If 'he hieh' school children of the
nation: each contrbuted the price
m one coRe.the money for Clinton
High School" would be raised in no
time.' The 'price of -one cokewiH
buy one brick for Clinton High
- brick ;for RoodwlU instead of a
bomb for hate. v
USA 2ND CLASS POWIr!
Jack Anderson sni I have-writ.
ten a book, out thij. week, that is
going to make a lot of people mad.
If .it makes' them mad enough
maybe it wilr do some good.
, Writing ,oog.ls the. nearest
thing .1 know to having; a baby,
though I has en. to add that no
more man can begin to pass judg judgment
ment judgment on.tha travsll. ;
Anyway, it, takes, long hours
late, at night-and before dawn o
bring .forth a, book plus- week weekends
ends weekends which yo i want to spend, with
your wife ,or Jnthe.'jrarden.?

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Especially for someone turaintf
om-seven columns a week, writ-
ing a dooKt- just doesn tome .,
naturally. k
lne last one I had anvihin t
do with was .'The Nine Od Men"
wnttea wiui Bob Allen, when 4ha'
Supreme Court was knocking the
spo.svout of Roosevelt's relorms.
eeiure mat mere was "Washing
ton Merry Go iroiind." wnti.n
during- the Hotver administration
as wis;'' country started coasting
into the Jig .depression. Bob Al."
len, t g en newspaperman, co-
au.hored that one too.
. The-above is-by way of saying
that books do not come off -this
typewriter merely for -the. exercise
That's why there has been no hnnk-
tor 23. years.
The new book is called "USA
Second Class Powert"-v a n d t is
written because once again thig
couu ry' is driftitg this time
downhill from its once'.great placa
as the leader of-nations, if tha
book makes enough people mad
enougn io correct, tjiat dr.ftf may maybe
be maybe it' wtll.have been worth writing.
-WASHfNQTON piPELIN ''
' Cong, Tick Wgglesworth, tht
Massachuset, bluestocking who
is retiring from Congress this yeaf
will get Jop ambassado'ial post.
He's conscientious public -serv
ant and should make an excellent
ambassador. .Cong., Jim Wright
pf Fort Worth, Texas, is uniqu-..1
He won't 'accept a contribution
over $100. When he ran -for ,he
primary he- needed $3600 for vt
ious fees, and collected front'
fr.ends an average of $23 each..
He then sent back each one of
them- a 28 percent dtviden. -.'
Barefoot Saunders.; Democr a t i e
candidate for, Congress froiti 'Dal
las, ts expected to nose out the
only Republican now serving in
Congress from Texas, 'Bruce AI
iter. "Barefoot" is not a mickname.
Saunders' grandfather was named
Judge Barefoot. .another unique
name: B. Alden IUywhite. Be
1'eve it or not he's in charge
of doling out money to schools in
Federal areas. He doesn't beUeva
in iiiiywrite schools.
Q:te Unquote

ST. LOUIS, MoZ-Former Pres President
ident President Truman complimenting Pres-
went. Eisenhower ior earning "at
last", that for-igit yolicy should be
kept .tout..,o political Campaign
speeches, r
'It took1, him, a long c time
learni' r-,3"--?-
KEW VOJtK ArtisrSockweli
Kent, iust J)sck4rom' ar trip to

."e ooviei sysiem OX
sta'e support for artists:
The system works so perfect'
that it acts as a restraint en tha
impulse to experiment." 4
SALT UXS Cnr-Vfce Wes'.
Jdent Richard M. Nixon calling for
cab'net membevs o follow the ex -ample
of Agriculture Secretary
Ezra Taft Benson r - v
"'If all meirbe'rs'of the Pres President's
ident's President's cabinet will in the lat
three weeks of this campaign tight
ss .etfective'y and ,as articula'ely

tor tneir policies as he has fought
for his, hundreds of thousands f ;
votes will be shifted from the
Democratic to Republican candi-'
dates in key House 'and Senate
races." 'j ,.4 i-u 5 1 v
LnTT-E "ROCK, Ark. Gov.
Orval E. Faubus cautioning his
followers to avo'd violence in 'heir
fight to preserve 'facial segrega-'
tion: f r -j t
- "Let us avoid anv overt acts f J
violence in an form.-They will
not haln nur rauca r
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m REC6GNIW0N' OlT HIS BECENT1 FEAT, oi .awimmlng the Panama Canalr Cap' Robert F.
Leeee, of the 15th Naval District,, was resenfed the Master Key to:;tiie -Panama-hartal by;
Gov W E Potter, teft to right above afe: Potter, Legge, Rear Adnu OeorgerJE.ifWale5rtCom-'
. h. istt. Naval ntstrlctr and Cant. w. S. Rodimon. Marine Director ihe Pahama

canai ,The ceremony ,at which the .Mastet Key; and.; certificate werefpreseted took Vplace ,ia
H,TtsT. nffirpxt Balboa Heikhts. :-XL- 1 -v.rt;:'t.

Popular IIY Cop ;v.
Goes Berserk, ?
Shobls Down Four

"NEW YORK. Oct. 20 (U?J) -Two
policemen ut at the. bed
-ide of fellow patrolman Jamei
B. McDermott today, -hoping he
would revive lonj enourt to uy
why he itepped into a Broadway
resUurant on hii beat Sunday
tnorninc and mowed down four

memittlpj at the bar,

If cDermott, S6,.a patrolman who
was popular with hit fellow po

licemen ana .witn, me people on
his beat, lay near death at Roose

velt-Hospital be..-was jahot -five
times by police from hia own ita ita-tioa
tioa ita-tioa house in a running gun battle
on .and, off Broadway near Times
Square, --a '-y

? Pohce said McDermott, a "nice
and pleasant guy," father of four,
and church usher, had been under

supervision of a nolice deoartment

physician for head injuries suffer

ed in, an accment in the line of

duty. He bad complained recent
ly of severe headaches.

-They said hit iU health could
have made him go suddenly on a
bloody rampage that killed four

men and wounded another, patrol
man James Roden.

'Three Of MCDermott'i iMIm

frad arrest records, and one of

tnem was Known as a gambler
and loan shark, police said. They
said it was possible McDermott

was being "bled"- by the loan

shark, Edmund Leahy, 53, who

was first to be shot.

by ErsWne Johnson :':JI ? Ifr I

HOLLYWOOD '-' tNEA) -vinnronmprv
Clift "; 'would be

"happy" o talk to the press.
a nnhlicitv man for' "Lonely H

hearu" movie lromcaUrwwo,
I thoughtwiis on the- phone pA
I didn't faU out of my chair-over
the words becuase I was stand standing
ing standing up at th0 time,
vVelf, after picking yself up
from the; fl)M,t "tWi-g- A .iMr

'Monty, C wot ob .. --
No commentwbe lA,

if he fenjoyed nis luncn,
HAPEY to .talk to the press?"
"Not exafctly, happy,"., the press
agent said, "but be agreed to
th ee interviews. ;, ; -t
I wasn too furious
that he had become ''difficult
reported plastic ff
face since that autd idebt, nd
constant linking of. his name
with Libby Holman.
But-I just -couldn't resist get getting
ting getting the lowdown on:, :.Mohgo,
erv Clift agreeing seethe press
-and how he wouid field a 5ou 5ou-rle
rle 5ou-rle of dandy questions.
THK LOWDOWN on bow it
hipperied is a ; real Clift-hangetr,
Te suspense was for the movie
r res agent who -asked Monty,
vAen he- parted, picture
' "nelyhearts," if- he would like
to be interviewed. '$
"i Hon't-give intervnews, snap snap-pel
pel snap-pel Monty.
i then press agent came up
v th a deal. He would keep the
? away from Monty during
Timing if Monty would give W,ith
i i words when it was completed.
Monty thought -about.it and liked
th" Iron Curtain idea and said:
Well, the picture ended and
Monty kept his promise.

SO I GOT the call and they

opened a -dressing- room ,atlhe
CMdwyn studio with the .name
."Tony CuVtta" tBefoor. and
Monty was -there-i-thin. and ; nerv nervous
ous nervous and holldw-eyed ind iooking
much older than his -38 years.
The producer qof the movie,
Core Schary. Vt-ar "there; ton:.
Dore looked real happy. Monty
looked real unhappy.
He denied all those nasty re reports
ports reports about himself. He is a real
i .
Trains Sideswipe

In Utah; Minor

Injuries Reported
OGDEN, Utah1 UPI)A diesel
locomotive and seven cars were
derailed sixty; miles west of here

when a freight train sideswiped
the Southern Pacific's "Over "Overland"
land" "Overland" Saturday nights An engi engineer
neer engineer was injured.
The 135 passengers of the Over Overland
land Overland were returned to j Ogden.
They will continue their journey
on a mail train which will be re rerouted
routed rerouted over We s tern .Pacific

t acks. The passengers .repbrred
they felt only a lurch -.when .the
twd trains sideswiped.
The most seriously injured per person
son person in the ace'dent was. the Over Over-land's
land's Over-land's engineer, Everett E. Thur Thur-mTi
mTi Thur-mTi of Ogden. He wai .reported
suffering from fniild l' shock. 1 1
The mishap was believed lo

have occurred when a wheel
bearing burned out on one of the
b xcars of the east-bound, ireigbt
train.' Four of the train'r.'W carl

left the rails lust lis th weat
bound Overland wk :passirig by.
The derailed boxcars pushed
ihe Overland's diesel engine over
on its side; and derailed three
other ''tail.? 4'' v.
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NAVAL TUG MISSING
SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) -The
naval tug Guarani is missing in
the waters just north of Cane

Horn at Sou'h Americi's. southern 1
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talkative fellow, with a great

sense of humor, he said, but NOT

when? he ia .working"! don't

like to divide my energy". v

If anyone held up production
during filming of,, "The Young

Lion s", it wasn t Monty,

"When, time was lost it wasn't

because of me." he said.

. "People, fox gel" Producer

Senary 4v(aidM Vithat Mqnty had
his auto accident ..during the
making of 'Raintre,i;ounty'
that's why ihe picture went, over

schedule,"; .- i r ,,- .-

P.RINTD RJEPjORU of plasUc
surgery following .the ? accident

weriiUntruMotyj!,sld;;f;'. ;
Hf .owlewahut3a. fanrmaga

zinel. story i-about him ctitled,' A'Has

Montgomery Clift Had His Second

Nervous Breakdown?" :

"rve never had my first one

yet,j he laughed.
His role in, '!Lonelyhearts"?
Dore Schary explained it, end ending
ing ending with the line, "He'ian ldeai-ist-with
muscles.?'-,- "i
I looked t Monty's thin, frame
and 'assumed Dore meant-mental
muscles,' but I didn't press 'em.
Monty's vmuscles, I mean, v ;'
Libjby Homan? , -. ;
"What v about her9" Monty
growled., "She's a good friend of
mine." '
I didn't press that, either, be because
cause because Monty said he had to
leave. v
It may be another three years
before Montgomery Clift meets

Hhe. press.- There will be "No

oornments"1 tomdrrdw; for sure,
on whether he enjoyed his lunch,
Or meeting the press. 1

Defeat Jn Victory
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Is Lecture Topic

At Balboa T

The fourth illustrated lecture

in the "History of the Christian

Church" series' at the Balboa

M.C.A.U.3.0Yr'will be held on

Thursday. The Rev. Robert T.

Ousslck, Pastor of the1 Redeemer
Lutheran Church win be 'the

speaker: ' y. ;

The subject Is "Defeat ln Vic Victory'?
tory'? Victory'? and" covers the period

from the alliance of the Franks
with' the Pope, through the de development
velopment development of mohasticism IatxA

Papal power, to. tne.wusaaes,

The Rev. Gussick is a graduate
of Concordia Seminary In St.
Louis, Mo, He also attended San
Carlos University In Guatemala
City. In additio nto pastorates in
the United States: before coming

to Balboai'he-opeiied a Lutheran

nussjon in puatemaia. ;

BRITAIN ATTACKED

Cairo, (UPD The Egyptian

press nas launcnea a concerted
attack against Britain's decision

to supply two submarines and

other arms to Israel, Al Ahram

charged Britain "once more

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THE MASTER KEY to the Panama Canal wag presented to
Maj. Gen. Paul R. Weyrauch, U.S.rnly Caribbean Qommand
chief' of :staff recently by Gov. w. E. Potter.. Weyrauch, who
will retire, tbi month for physical reasons, .left for Washington
. by air Saturday.

Promme Be Dead
Among 65 In Moscow Bound Jetliner

TOKIO,,OCT 20 -(UPI)- Con

viction deepened here today that

non-Chinese of some prominence,

wants to make Israel the spear- including possibly Soviet officials,

"v"u 5B1HSWU aBHuisi, Arao jwere among the 65 passengers
nationalism." who died in th mvstwv prh nt

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a Soviet jet plane between Peiplng

ana Moscow last Friday.
Today, for the first time, .the
Reds began drawing aside the cur curtain
tain curtain that has shrouded the crash

of the TU-104 airliner 360 miles

short of Moscow last week.
Radio Moscow still had not am

plified its statement Saturday that
all aboard were dead. But Radio
Peiping disclosed there were 65
passengers aboard the Diane in

addition to the crew, that 16 of

them were Chinese government of officials
ficials officials and the remainder non
Chinese.
The broadcast named the Chi-

nese, who included Vice Minister

of Cultural Affairs Cheng Chen Chen-to,
to, Chen-to, leading a cultural delegation
of 10 to Afghanistan, but merely
described the others at "foreign
friends" and "foreign experts."
Official sources in Bonn and Lon London
don London said four West Germans and
one Briton were aboard the air aircraft.
craft. aircraft. The Cambodian embassy

here said it had no knowledge of

Moscow rumors that the son of the

Cambodian Ambassador who ar

rived iii Peiping last month was,

passenger. :
But the unprecedented announce

ment of the disaster by Moscow

last Saturday and the high-level-investigation
of the crash order ordered
ed ordered by Moscow ioday was inter

preted here as indicating there

were more important persons a
board. c ... r

A checkback of New China News
Agency reports and Peiping Radio

broadcasts showed no mention

of any prominent foreigners board

ing a plane for Moscow from Peip
ing that day.
The only well-known Soviet offi

cial ;Who- has ;befn, visiting China,

as lar as is known Here, is A.S.

Pavlenko, Minister of Electric

Power Stations.

But others who, were attending
the Oct. 1 National day celebra celebrations
tions celebrations of. Red China included Vice
Chairman Chervenhof of the Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian Council of Ministers, and
General Bulluhu, first vice chair chairman
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I FANCY-DRESS AFFAIR FOR CHILDREN
! A fancy-dress party for Chinese children vva. lwn Sunday
1 afternoon by the Chinese Women's Learue at the home ei Mrs.
Carlos Lo on Fiftieth Street. ..... ... ,.
j Xpriies were distributed to winners in the two to six and six
jtolwelve years age groups. Refreshment was served at the
cleee of the party,

Biicp and Mrs. Gooden
EsVrtain For Guest
i Jt sotial event of Saturday was
i .luncheon given at the Tivoli
;3flt House by Rev. Reginald
itleber Gooden, Episcopal Bishop o
'he Canal Zone, and Mrs. Good Gooden
en Gooden The luncheon Honored Rev.
David E. Richards, Episcopal Bish
p of Central America, who re
!;urned to Costa Rica today after
jrisiting on the Isthmus.
Clergy and wives attending the
;uncheon numbered 34.
'inting Exhibit on Te Open
I Thursday at Balboa YMCAUSO
I The fourth biennial exhibition of
laintings by students at the Bal
a YMCA USO will open Thurt
lay evening at 7.

A large number of oil paintings
will be hung in the club room at
the "Y," and will be on exhibit
through next Sunday.

The artists who are represent
ed in the show are the students,
oast and present, of Mrs. Betty

i Bentz, who has taught oil paint

. ine at the YMCA for many years

The exhibition if open to the pub

lie at no charge.

Enttrtain At Dinner

Mr. and Mn. Howard Gee en

lertained with a dinner party Sat

urday evening at the Club 20 in

Curundu. invitations were issueg

to 32 guests.

Rebekah Ledge Plant
Birihdav Dinner

Members of the Isthmian Canal

Rebekah Lodge One of Balboa

hive planned a birthday dinner

for Tuesday, evening at 8:30 at

Wirz Memorial Hall. A meetinf

v.i ioiiov me ainner ai r.m.

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Birth li Announced

Announcement has been made

o. tne birth of a daughter to Mr,
and Mrs. T. L. Kaufer. The baby

who has been named Norine

Louise, was born Oct. 12 at the

Coco Solo Hospital.

Mrs. Victoria Telancheia of Co

Ion is the baby's maternal grand

mother. The paternal grandpar

ems are Mr. and Mrs, u. A. ri.au

fer of Margarita.
Junta Pemenine

The Junta Femenina de Benefi
cencia will hold an important

meeting tomorrow night at 7 p.m

in the office of the group's advi

ser. Cecil Warner.

All members are expected to
attend to aid in completing plans

tor forthcoming activities.

Housewives Want
Trees In Suburbs,
Sidewalks Too

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

little woman would like suburbia

to keep ;ts trees.

Delegates to a housing industry
sponsored women's conference on
housine said today they would

willing'y forego some features of
houses to insure trees in the

yards.
They blasted builders for bull

dozing trees from lo is and recom recommended
mended recommended the builders plant trees

were none exist.

The delegates criticized tele television
vision television antennas that sprout from

rooftops. While some were re

signed to them, others thought the
TV industry should develop eome

way to eliminate the antennas.

The home makers also took

an adamant stand for sidewalks
not for walking but as a place
for their children to skate and
ride tricycles and bicycles in
safety. A few dissenters said they
caw no reason to build sidewalks
just as "a parking place for

Dines.

President Eisenhower tele

graphed greetines to the three

day conference, called to find out

women's likes apd dislikes in to today's
day's today's homes.

lath petite tor iMhitie la tM
solum taenia be submitted m'
rvee-wrWee few. see mailed
Ike number lilted dally I
eial and Otherwise" er delivered
y hand te the eHiee. Notices t
meetings (aaaet be aeeeattd b
telephone.

Natural Mitarv Society

A mootino nl the Panama Ca

n.l Kotiirof Histnrv Society is

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pianneo tor weanesoay evening n
t at the UWB-USO in Balboa. Ge Gerald
rald Gerald A. Doyle will discuss hli re

cent motor trip trom v-osia juc,

and will illustrate mis reroaras
with aeries of slides.

Wildest Rio Grande
flooding About Over
rim nBAMDE CITY. Tex.. Oct.

20 (UPI) Afloodways drained ot.
iw.OOO cub e ieet per second of Rio
Grande floodwateri and a river
i AYm-essed confidence the

worst of the wildest Rio Grande

flooding was bout over.

John selleck. of the International

Boundary and water commission

office in MaAtlen, saia me river
nmhahlv amid start receding tt

Mexico, todav from its

37,000 cubic feet per second surge

toward the Gull of Mexico.

More than 14,000 persons were
chased from their homes at the
height of the flood below the great
United s:atei Meslcan Falcon
damt hat had been built to har harness
ness harness the mighty river.
Some 4,000 residents f the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican town of Cuidad Camargo mov moved
ed moved back to their homes after near nearly
ly nearly a week as refugees from ihe
Rio San Juan, a tributary that con contributed
tributed contributed to the swirling Rio Grande.

mst.

Mrs. T. writer "Some montf I

ago whsn my daughter was le
pusly ill, I took over the eare i
her two year-old son. Recently

realized mat sne resents tne i
c 'ment Dickie developed for m
during thir time. The pther di
when I was visiting her si
snatched him off my lap an
rankly accused me of trying
steal his affection from her.
was so hurt I couldn't defend m
self, and still don't know how 1
de-i with thla jealousy, ."
It's not easy to be a youn
rr- ',nr today, Mr. T..
The people who are supposed t
i;iv are constantly telling yo yo-how
how yo-how important, you are to you
iaby. Tbev say his welfare ri(
pends on the kind of Jove you giv
iim. if it's atisfyjng, he'll be i
credit to you. But if jt isn t he'l
become a candidate for psycho
therapy. A his mother, you a
'one possess the power to make
him a well-adjusted child.
A young mother who's strug

gling to deliver this satisfying love

would be bound to ieei severe sen sen-approach
approach sen-approach if her child showed
need for somebody else's love-

and clambered up on Grandma's

laD too often. His action would bc

cuse her of failing to deliver that

a i' 'important, sausiying iove,
If we can see her jealousy as
'ier strained attempt to be all-in-

all to Dickie, it may stop hurting
us and begin to arouse our com compassion
passion compassion instead.

we mignt oe ame to say 10 ner.
"Why do you try to be everything
to Dickie? Little children love

4 Persons Killed
As Bus OverttTrns
Near Mexico City
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 20 (UPI)
Three women and a child were
killed and 56 other persons were
injured yes'erday when a bus from
Oaxaca overturned in thr rain n
mountain mad. authorities re

ported today. The accident was
attributed to faulty brakes.

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s, pud-s, Mreiiuparenui, other ehil
rn. Ai you cannot be the world
Pickie, Jfi pretty itlly tor roakf
tgrsgli jnliereble whenever you
rymi're not,"
However, to be useful, the if
tfouid have (o be gently
oken, -K
daughter who ii preiiad b;
i inflamed sense of responiibtli
or nor child csn't stand our
king to much responsibility for
.. we want her to live Dick'

i the freedom to love us, we
ve to give ber freedom to ee
:ept or reject what we iy. Sr
e don't went to Infuse our wordr
ith resentment thst would give
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otly down to be picked up or ii

nred eccordlng to : eur grown
childn's need of them.

$o before Mrs, T. starts dealing
with her daughter's jealousy, she'd
'etter work on her resentment of

y OSWALD JACOIY
Written for Nf A Service

tU WMl Says...

A girl who hasn't yet got her
man writes: "In a recent column
you said that women ought to pay
more attention to how they look
when they are around home, buy buying
ing buying their groceries at the super supermarket,
market, supermarket, and around town.
"But I keep asking myself, is
it so important? Do the details
of dress matter so very much?'
'II oe mi tn mn that the Deo-

ple wbo are really Uve, know
how to live, do something with

the abilities witnm mem, are noi
the ones who care about the way
they look every minute of the day
and night. They are too busy get
ting things done, looking after
someone else's interests, learning
to get along with an understand understanding
ing understanding people, msking someone hap
py.
"You've got to be pretty self self-centered
centered self-centered to always slop to consi consider
der consider if everything matches, is
perfectly becoming, exactly suit suitable,
able, suitable, hair at Us best and face on
just right, v
"Mavbe J'm wrong, but I think
you'tktfind the teorrectly dressed dressed-neatly
neatly dressed-neatly arranged, spic and span
gals among the old maidsnot
the married ones.
"You see, I'm the kind who
nan't an nut tn tho sarhaee can

without being sure that every hair
i in place, But being careful to
lwajs look 'just so' hasn't got
me a huabartd.' 1
I thoroughly agree that the

woman who ,is nothing but a
i-lnthos hnri isn't likeltv to get

much fun out of life, have a lot

of friends, or to be especially ai
trartiva tn man.

But a woman doesn't have to
be a clothes horse or self con consciously
sciously consciously concerned with home she

looks every minute or me aay 10
look neat and appropriately dress dressed
ed dressed for whatever she happens to
be doing.
Fnr th life nf ma I can't see

any excuse for a woman to run

around a shopping center w 1 1 n
her hair in pin curls and with
shirt-tail flapoing over rumpled
ihnrta nr tn tiffht Inane.

k klnficA anrf .lrtlt Ufa lllKt as

onmfnvtahla tint a Inpvnftnsivp

and just as quick to get into. Anv
woman ought to have too much

pride to run around in puDiic who
Miitlaiiei In htai Hair

Looking your best many not as
yet have captured you a husband
Rut urban vnn oot nn InnWinff as

well as you can will certainly help

you noici mm.

Irish Extremists

Blow Up Building

STRABANE, Northern Ireland

Oft. 20 (UPI) Irish Natonalist

extremists Dlcw up the labor ex

cnanee nunaing nere eany ioaay

The building was empty at the

time.

Reco rdasn dpapers of some l,

S00 unemployed person in Stra-

oane, 17 miles from Londonderry,

were ca.tered throughout the town

A neighboring hut and the win

dows ol nouses ana agarage were

wrecKea. mere were no casuamep.

S rabane is one the norther Ire

land-republic of Ireland border. A
narrow bridge over a river se separates
parates separates it from the republic coun county
ty county o Donegal.

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WJ- BROADWAY
to DoroihY KWgalien

"How should we have bid this;

hand?" writes an Ardniore, OKla.,
reader. "I made six hearts all
right, but all that is necesssry for

a spade grand tlam is for me to

trump one. of dummy's little dia

monds in my own nsnd. who went

wrong?"
The answer is that the hand is

really a d'fficult one .to bid prop

erly, and north and south should
not be too disturbed about their

failure to, rechaeyen, spadys.

Bouui must oe given ai av
per cent of whatever blame there
j, since holdinr AQJ9 of spades

he never got around to raising his

partner.

His opening one heart bid was
correct and he might well have

jumped right to six spades over

nn partner s response ot one

spade. Still, there s nothing wrong

with his three club bid or North's

Jump to four hearts.

ai in s pomi Doum naa anouier
opportunity to bid six spades in
which case North might have pas passed
sed passed or gone to seven spades, We

will never Know Because south
bid six hearts,

I know why South went wronu,

Somehow or other, South must

have suspected that his partner's

one snade bi had not been en

t rely honest. What South overlook

ed was that if North bad been

fooling he would not have to atsy
in sonde and South oertalnlv had

no objections to a grand slam eon

tract.

Q The biddlnt has

last South Wee Perth
1 e Pass Pees Double
Pats l v Ph Pass
1 a Paa
Pass T
You, South, hold:
AKSS4 VKdt Q 47
What do you Jo?
A Pas?. Tow portae paated
one spde eariler la the blddlaS
and yon have ahowa yew full
ttrenttb.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the seme bend. The
bidding has been;
Cut loath West North
1 Past Past Double
$ Pass Pass Double
Past
What do you do?
A never Tomorrow

BROADWAY SUUITIN BOARD
Lauren P call can be expected
to swing in the snappiest London
circles during her visit to Eng England.
land. England. Her newest admiwr is a ve very
ry very important British statesman.

Pvt. Elvis Presley, currency )n
Germany, gets all kinds of mash
notes when mail call cornea along
-rbut probably the sweetest letter
he's had since his arrival in Eu Europe
rope Europe is the one front bis manager,

Colonel Parker, intormmg mm inai
he'll make close to -600,000 as his
thare of the profits from the flick

er "Jailhouse Rock,"'

That recent Manhattan vice ram
in which schoolteacher, we a
caught almost fmad! WtfHMer
headlines, insiders say. The plain-

ciotnesmen came very near w
bumping into a famed screen ac ac-tnr
tnr ac-tnr and tha handsome olayboy son

pf a multi-millionaire.

Johnny Mathis' new contract
with Colubia Records lives him

a ouarantea nf 4200 OilO a voar. .

W W - y
w. . T r .1.J-1J .l.In.

, .vag nammprix.iuiu n iui"
another quiet but hopeful attempt
tn have Jerusalem declared an

open city under the supervision of
the United Nations. His aim: bet better
ter better relations between the Arab

T ai 0iia anri TiraAl.

Milton Berle is eettin? more

and more like Perry Como. For

example, he s decided he won t
swap guest appearances with stars
of other shows, on the theory that
headlining his own nroeram is e-

nough toll and "exoosure", .The
great success of Mabel Mercer in
her 'Monday Nights At Nine"- at

the unerry Lane jneavre ens en
InrcrpH hpr mihlic nvernieht. Book

era who formerly considered ber

"too sneciai or oniy ior inu inu-mate
mate inu-mate boites" now want her for

concerts, and she's been offered

ait Important role ip the uroaa uroaa-wy
wy uroaa-wy musical version of "Saratoga

Trunk."

Some of the Chicago columnists
believe Jane Morgan ia aeeretly

marned to ner accompanist, r,r
nie Bran, but Jane says not true

In fact, she confides, she's far
more Interested In a wealthy Wis

consin chap who helicopters Into
the Wtndv City almost evcry nieht

to miy ner cnampagne ai vne
Drake. .Haiti is a tinderbox a-

gain. The unrest is regarded so

seriously that officials are scruti scrutinizing
nizing scrutinizing sll tourists with unusual

tWDIAFZnPAm.

Mem Uses Mexana OrrMel

Mexans prevtmsd diaper rath in ever
! of hospital csiei tested I No erdk
nary powder, it's medicaicd, sniiveptic,
has absorbent cornstarch base. Clings
dost, erevemt hut raih, ehele, loe loe-I
I loe-I list tfiir wry thtii.
MEXANA
MEDICATED POWDER
Mdiated Mmn Skin Crura halat iMal
eturtrnt hsndi. lu gntl Uaia sartsm
teptwhediMe. t

PICCADILLY BLACKED OUT

LONDON fUPl) An under,
f 'ouno explosion and fire blacked
Sul famed l'ieoadilly Circus in the
eart of downtown London Tuea Tuea-day
day Tuea-day night and cut off electricity in

a row o' west end theaters and

cafes. There were no injuries,

Household Hints

If you notice dangling threads

where stitching ends on ready ready-made
made ready-made clothing pr household arti articles,
cles, articles, pull their, through to the
inside of the article and tie se
curdy. If the threads are long

enougn, run them tnrougn
lV 1 '11. i

needle and fasten with

stitches.

few

care and deporting any who come
under the slightest suspicion.

Sin trr Sallio nuir i,.. Lm

fered the feminine lead opposite
Sidney Poitier in ."A Raisin m the
Sun". Navar at it .1J 4uV

fin tn? Cou,jtf ,f Granville

rWi a vivauiout n o n e y

iiiuun. ney ve scheduled bear
ShOOtinP in Tanarlo ... j:..

ing in Mexieefand then a nlunee

intp Ihe New York social wnirl ai

bars. ? mm W

After all tha harak WriPrle njs

A. 'fT .1.-7 --5. afSWtf, TTUVS WW
tween them, peborili Kerr i and
Tony Barley may decide upon a

Ini""4 im me, ease ot tne
children, their friend think.. .Ar.
my nersonnel ara fi;nnin

the Congressman who insisted os

Army car to transport him
from his Manhattan hotej to the
ocean liner taking him to HJurope.
Their story is that they had to
send down to Washington to get

ftiwves xu nun,

writing a song titled "Suzie
Wong'T, Dick Haymes and found
ft RAW l0Ve-thft mnar eia.rin.. 14

I nm' siPce hU Prn With
Kitty Kelly Tannenbaum, She'i
Fran Jeffries, a singer.

A lamed pair of prifighters al almost
most almost made out-of-thering history
the other nigh by coming to
blows over a young actresi who
lives on W. mth t it ...u.-

.f- w Jinem ,0 count to ten,

' iwMi vasanovat have wives.
n hinittmlna revue "U Plume
Pe Ma. Tante"' which ad a bit
?LwVi c?Lm trouble in ng-
horse that will appear on Broad Broadway
way Broadway opening night. Caid, the Ara Arabian
bian Arabian stallion featured in the mo mo-yf.
yf. mo-yf. 'Trpw" got the part and is
Queen Mary ,At least one Aca Aca-demy
demy Aca-demy Award winner haan't forgot forgot-ten
ten forgot-ten the rjals he knew in his days
as a itruffffi n ta ..... I.

. f j 4 JJjUiet charities, he's

F ur vne piycnoanaiysis sei-
i'vK ? u,n. amT Manhattan
night club singer.
BeniM Wume's friends report
she s haying aeeond thought" a-
bout rushin? into marriage -vith
George Sanders, undeniably fasci-
jatns asvhe is. They expect her
to keep her status as the widow
of Ronald Colman until she's ouite
sure she knows what she wants
for the future,
.wM1 leMl PrBdict th
str'ct divorce courts over there
Milford-Haven's reouest that bis
Mexican divorce from Romaine
Simpson be recognized. . .Don
Knotta. the nervous little come comedian
dian comedian of the Steve Allen ahow, is
about- to be discharged from the
hoBmtal after nroloneed bout
with pleurisy. He'll return to the
TV cameras after a ihort rest.

"OLD ESTABLISHED

SCOTCH WHISKY"
Distillers prepared to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate with firm for die
tributlon of their brands,
Partleulari to Wstteri Ad Advertising,
vertising, Advertising, 13, North Fre Frederick
derick Frederick street. Glasgow C.I.,
Scotland."

i When linini ud the two halves

Of. a row ot snaps, sew all the
snans on one side first. s

Next, rub chalk on them end

crest aiainst tha aide where their

mates are te be sewn. The chalk

will mark the right places end

iqaure a nert, efficient joe. :

Slip rubber, heitdl over the
spoofs of threef thai keejr un unwinding
winding unwinding in your sewing cabinet

t4 fluttering up tMjontents.

When you must remove a verv

soiltd line on collars or. cuffs, use

an abrasive hand, soap.: it js ea easier
sier easier on (he -material;,' than a
brush, and removes the soil more

quickly. n

If the faucet in the bathropm
sink, or the loan dish, is too

to reach, you ;ca't4 blame the

unuu i( tie vomes m isui

with dirty hands.

Maybe a toao diih of bis ow

on the bathroom wall at hit level.

a towel bar near by. and a si on,

V climbing to faucet level would

rspaawaa.

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Because the food served yott in
a restaurant doesn't please you f
' o.i ng a tip for
the waiter; He didn't cook the
.meal nor is he reenons'bla for' the
management of the restaurant.
, f Ave yo"r usual tip and, if you
want te, tall the management that
your meal was not satisfactory.

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MOXDITi" OCTDBW 19, mi

THE FANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWIFAFE1
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Cast For, Guild's- Next Rl ay!
Includes Husband, Wife Team

-When the Theatre' Guild stages
"The Diary of Anno Frtnk," next
week It will be the first perform performance
ance performance of this play by a non-prof'!-atonal
group. It wiU also be the
fcrst time that the Guild hai in
eluded in a cast a husband and
wife as well aj a mother apd
augiuer.
Hindi and Welter Diamond, the
ViitchanH anil aIf rnmhinitinn are
boh well known in local theatric
cat circles, llwdl nso a resound resounding
ing resounding success as the dumb blonde,
Billy Dawn, in- "Born Yesterday
and she also starred in "Remain
to be Seen." In "Diary" she plays
supporting role. Diamond has
acted in numerous productions, in including
cluding including "Boy Meets Girl." but he
is probably best remembered as
the author of the book and lyrics
if "Prrttv I.arlv." l SDarkliBC
musical comedy staged a tevfi
years back. He portrayi Anne's
father.
Florence and Barbara Kipper
are mother and daughter in real
life as well as in the play. Mrs.
Klipper has the role of Mrs.
Frank, and Barbara plays her
older daueliter Margot.
Other Theatre Guild vtrins
the east include Ltn Wereter,
whe has a wtll-derved ripU'
tetien for fWin a profeisienal
teoih t every reie, His r
farmaneei in "Death ef
Salesman" and "Inherit the
Wind" were avthent j tturs de
'e.' .
Cast as a Dutch girl, wnaa
Geyer is returning to the boards
after two highly successful per performances
formances performances last ,year in "The He He-luctant
luctant He-luctant Debutante" and "Time Li Limit."
mit." Limit." nHv lWnii in t.hft lead role
and Brian Cox as her youthful
lover earned their acting wings
in the tremendously successiii
mxnilifntiiMi of "Inherit (tl Wind.
saac Harrouche will be remem
bered as 8abot m "nope.
A newcomer to the local stage
Snpir Rilhna Hieh School
history teacher, who has the role
of Dussel, the irriteoie qenusi.
Adelg Bettis, the director, sUj
AA Aram fnr tPVPll VeaTS at
UCLA in California. Her direc
torial talents were previously, ana
very ably, displayed in "The
Male Animal" and "Detective glo glory"
ry" glory" "The Diary of Anne Frank" o
; pens on Oct. 27 for a week's run
at the Theatre Guild playhouse in
Antioh.
Killer Tornado
South Fla. City
killer tornado ripped through a
migrant labor camp In this small
souih Flor.da city yesterday,, kill killing
ing killing at least one person and injur injuring
ing injuring several morn, six critically.
The Hlg'iway Patrol said the
twister struck about 10 a.m.
in the southern section of town
near stale road 15, Auneriues es estimated
timated estimated as many as to houses
were "badly damaged," many of
them completely blown away.
Two Florida fcast Coast railroad
box cars also were de-railed by
the stomv's tury.
A 70-year-old Negro laborer,
identified as John Gray Jr., was
Killedr , A
Authorities at Pahokee Mem5r Mem5r-tl
tl Mem5r-tl Hospi al said "several others
were injured. Six persons were
listed as crit'cal. Four of them
were rushed to other hospitals in
nearby West Palm B'eacn.
Highway patrolmen described
the area where the storm struck
as a migrant labor camp mos ly
populated by. Negro families who
work during the season in .the
rich vegetable growing regions
uround Pahokee and Lake Okee Okeechobee,
chobee, Okeechobee,
Two small stores In the area
caped with minor damage, ae- j
cerdfag to the Highway Patrol. 1
However, power lines were down 1
and rees bowled over, leaving ;
debris scattered over a wide 1
stretch. i
The Miami Weather Bureau 1
a'd the tornado aoDaren'ly de-i
velop'ed out of squall line
which .brought rain and wind '0
the rest of the state over the
wek end,
Forecasters said the bad weath-
wss caused by a "winter-type"
low pressure front which moved
across the r'opna neninsnia rrom
the Gulf of Mexico. Winds s
h'gh as 80 miles an hour were re-
Sorted at Fort Myers during ihe
av,
The tonnado- moved on out to a
spot east of Canal Point, only a
few miles from Pakokee. State
patrolmen said several trees were
blown down ''emporariiy hlookinp
state road 700, An nno"(,nied
parked car as blown into a
nearby canal
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It still, isn't ba-ek to school for
the children at the National Ins Institute.
titute. Institute. However, it was hoped, that
all the details would be worked
out definitely in order to that part
of the republic school population
taking back UP their studies.
Meanwhile, it was said that the
allotment, .for education this year
has been increased by over a mil
lion dollars,, with the total figure
running to about, $12,875,094. re
presenting about, one, imji ot tne
over-ail Budget, ',,
in' Panama 'the; "Nifio Million"
wabowgoleptpand in the
US the "175, miuionth citizen was
born ,on Oct. loth.
Seven Schools are expected to be
built near the capital city it was
revealed, during the couse of the
week.
Over on the Atlantic side A
driena Hart daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Roderick Hart celebrated her
bi'-thday on Wednesday last.
While little Jose .Forbps observ observed
ed observed his yeslevlay.
On Thursday Mis. Ercnestinn
Wood morhter of friend Hugo
Wood observed hers quietly,
The plane that was said to dis disappear
appear disappear earlier in the week with
some starts who were on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, did not take alone the po popular
pular popular George "Baron" Bryan. He
was expected. to have left on that
flight but for some reason or other
fMdn't, which proves that no man
dies on the eve of his death,
The pacific side branch- of the
Health Bureau Club inducted its
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master of ceremonies.
Theuflh Fr Today!-To ,be con conscious
scious conscious that you are iihoraflt'is a
great step to knowledge.
' Disraeli
Gr'n and Btr it: Once a preach preacher
er preacher in a small county was asked
how many members the church
had. He said there were 16. The
person who posed the'oupstion to
thp nIH m 11 "n mipcflnnrl him fnr-
'ther. by askinc if thev were ac-
xive. Acuvey asKea me oiu
man," you bet your life. There
are eight of them fpr me, six a a-?ainst
?ainst a-?ainst me and the other are not
sure whose side they are on
FLAGS LOWERED
TAIPEI," Formosa (UPD Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China, predominantly a
non-Christian, nation, lowered
its flags to half staff yesterday
in mourning lor pope Pius xu.
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converted Christian ordered
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'Isn't baby sitting a job for high
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m a widow in my 60 My
children re married and live out
01 iowp. I'll admit I'm lonesome,
and also thgt I'd like a little extra
money.
"In her last letter, my daughUr
suggested 1 try 'silting' tor some
of the young couples in our neigh neigh-liorhoou.
liorhoou. neigh-liorhoou. What do you think? Do

young mothers trust their children
with older people like me?"
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omer women wno are da tea up
weeks In advance for Saturday
night aitting jobs.
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Cnrinmas a. We. nest town oown
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LILLE, France (UPI)t-A po policeman
liceman policeman with a sharp eye for a
.00 ample bssoni au'.esied Jir.
uabeule Plampain on suspicion
yesterday. A policewumau iouuw
urs. f lampam's brassiere filled
oui with a uozen oynamue defl deflators.
ators. deflators. iue ST-yar old woman, chfrged
with smuggling, said she was
matting uenvery from Heigmm tor
a friend of her husband.
CHICAGO (UPD-Ernest Rule-,
78, pro es ed his arrau on Bur Burglary
glary Burglary charge. Ruler said he's a
protessionat prowler. Burg ars
o.eak into homes, Ruler said.
Prowlers only wander in ihrougn
open doors or windows.
DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) -Rusietl
Tharp, M, was overneard
to boast 'hat his car could do 100
miles an hour. The eavesdropping
detective caught up with Tharp at
85. H wm sentenced to 10 aays
in jail fo reckless driving.
RISING FAWN, Ga. (UPI)-The
annual Pllim Nevlv" sMltHriAif art
fi4tMfi ""i v-; w
exhibition closed here yesterday
It's called that because the site
was once described as "plumb
out of Tennessee and nearly
(nelly) out of Georgia."
PAINTI OITS IVIN
CHICAGO (UPI) Flagpole
nain r Jkmst McKeon. SB. re
vealed today what he does to get
even wun people wno si are up at
him while he works.
McKeon stares right back, wun
piikwi hn 1 1 s a tit ranord tht
sea of gaping flees below.
CQNQA LIN I PICKITS
MILWAUKEE (UPI)- Instruc Instructors
tors Instructors at Arthur Murray's dance
siudie displayed something new in
union picket lines yesterday.
About 20 of the instructors pick picketed
eted picketed in a hip-swinging, f 00 tick ticking
ing ticking conga line to call attention
to their grievances against man management.
agement. management. HAIL THE SAUSAGE I
COVENTRY, England (UPD (UPD-British
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damned than not, were the sub subject
ject subject of acclaim today.
After 1 gas pipe was broken by
a truck that went out of control
Harry Matty stuffed three plump
sausages into the end oft he pipe
t prevent explosion or fire. The
sausages worked nicely.
CATTI MOVE, RATTl SORRY
GOLDSBORO, N. C. (UPD-The
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and the Ratti ire aonry to see,
them go. Until the move. Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Ratts and Cot. and l
Mrs. Harold J. Catt (along with,
nine little Catts),. were next-doot
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Three Of Them To Face
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" By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UPI) A corporal's
guard of nine major college football teams retain un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten and untied records today. and no less than
three have what could be their toughest tests of the

season coming up next Saturday.

The season's biggest wave ol
upsets kayoed six major perfect
record teams Saturday and claim
d four of the nation's six top-rat
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Auburn s 17-game winning sireai,
was ended by the 7-7 tie with
Georgia Tech and third ranked
Wisconsin, fifth-ranked Micnigan
State and sizthranked Navy all
were upset.
Army and Ohio State head
the poi-feet-record list, of course,
followed by Texas, Mississippi,
Louisiana Stata, Clamson, Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, Northwesttrn and Rutgr.
Thote bounced off th list Sat Saturday
urday Saturday wore Wisconsin, Houston,
College of Pacific, Auburn, Dart Dart-mouth
mouth Dart-mouth and Navy.
Bat there's no rest ahead for
any of the still-unblemished nine
and that goes "double for Army,
Ohio State and Northwestern.
Army, easy 35 6 victor ever Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, next faces a rugged Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh team which beat West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, 15-8, Saturday and has a
4-1 season record; Ohio State
takes on Wisconsin which will be
sharply on the rebound, and
Northwestern, a sensational 55-24
winner over Michigan, opposes Io Iowa.
wa. Iowa. Iowa, ranked No. 13, blitzed
Wisconsin, 20-9, Saturday in one
'of the day's most significant up upsets.
sets. upsets. Ohio State, 'ot course, wal walloped
loped walloped Indiana,
Clemson will be Ue first of the
unblemished teams to put its rec record
ord record on the line this week, the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers playing South Carolina (2-2)
In their traditional "Big Thurs Thursday"
day" Thursday" game. Texas faces Rice (3 (3-2),
2), (3-2), Mississippi appears to have
an easy one in Arkansas (05),
Louisiana State takes on Florida
(2-1-1), Colorado plays Idaho State
(3-1) and Rutgers meets Lehigh
(2-1-1). all on Saturday afternoon
r ni8ht- , ,vi,
Armv stuck to straight football
against Virginia, piling up 316
vards rushing and 141 passing.
The Cadets Stored- oji driver of
Service Center Theatres
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3, 68, 66 and 95 yards before

uridine a fifth touchdown on an
interception. The Cavaliers d i d
manage to suggest an Army weak
t;ess in pass defense, though, by
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rnmn ptm 18 nf 33 losses
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hio State's?Wr$f four touchdowns
In game'enlWend by Buck-
eye coech IWOody Hayas' charge
for rho second straight yu k ;
that tho oppositon was 'filing
on" and "roughing It up."
Thru Ohio Stat touchdown.
wre Nt' vp by fumblatbvar-.(
in and two mora by ihtortep.
tions.
GecrgiayTech tie& Auburn on. a
fourth-period touchdown .by Fred
RmMltnn ? : Mlowed. bv-. Tommy
Well's conversion? Iwa came front
behind with 'the help of a lumnie
rprnvprv. an intersection and a
RB.vQi-H nasi -fi-rim Randv Tlnncsh
to Bob Jeter:" Purdue' drove JhB.,nd
54 yards wxipset Micftigantste;
and Richi BCtbon kd: T(flnt?03
and 63 yardS for the winning scores
in the 14 6 victory over Navy.
CASABLANCA. Morocco, Oct.
20 (UPI) Mike Hawthron, who
quit in disgust after the 1955 Le
bmans disaster, js the world's new
auto race driving cnamp.
Thp hanVfenm'e. B-fOot. 2 -"inch
Hinrhpr! thp titled yester
day when he finished second to
countryman Stirling Moss in tne
Grand Prix of Morocco, the last
race counting toward this year's
tillpd Rptired Juan Manuel Fan-
eio of Argentina won the title the
five previous year. J i Vj
Mnss who nppded a victorv in
the race as well as the race's
fastest lap to have a chancee at
the title, averaged 117.3 mpn ior
the 250-mile grind to win with a
clocking of two hours, nine mm
utes and 15.1 seconds.
Thp final nnint-totals toward the
world MajnpiQBShip gave Haw-
thorn 42 points ana moss u. how-
thorn is the first Briton ever
to
win the title
ln tne tine.
Hawthorn announced nisreure-
ment after the Le Mans disaster
in vuhirh nprsnns wpre killed
and about 100 injured but returned
Three racers were in.iured in
yesterday's Tace. Stuart Lewis E
vans of Britain was the most se serious
rious serious casualty with, burns over 75
npr ppnt nf his hodv. Francis Pi-
card of France and Olivier Gen-
debien of Belgium also were hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized although their injuries
were not considered serious.
FIGHT TO FINISH
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NATIONAL FOOTBALL
LEAGUE STANDINGS
EASTERN DIVISION
Teams
Cleveland
Chi. Cards
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2
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0 0 1.000 137 77
0 .500 95 88
New York
0 .500
0 .500
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0 .250
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85 93
68 102
66 98
Washington
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
WESTERN DIVISION
Baltimore
0 1.000 143 84
Chi. Bears
0 .750 131 87
0 .500 112 92
0 .500 62 105
1 .000 71108
1 .000 70 123
Los Angeles
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Green Bay
Detroit
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 40 Detroit 14
Chica?o Cards 23 New York 6
Washington -37 Green Bay 21
Cleveland 27 Pittsburth 10
San Francisco 30 Philadelphia 24
Chicago Bears 31 Los Angeles 10
The Cleveland Browns, assisted
hv ths Phirapn Cardinals, boosted
their Eastern Divison lead to two
Min SunHnv hv whlDDine the
.Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-10, as the
National ootoan' league ciuds ii ii-nished
nished ii-nished the first third of their 12-
game campaigns.
The Baltimore Colts retained thir
one-game Western JDlvision lead
bv walloping the Detroit Liops, 40 40-14.
14. 40-14. The Linns, defending league and
Western Divison champions, now
nave. tnree losses ana a ue. ineir
hopes of retaining those titles are
vai-v Him
t The Cardinals helped Cleveland
Widen its lead wnen tney upsei
the New York Giants; 23-6, A Yan Yan-kpp
kpp Yan-kpp Stadium crowd Of 52.684 larg
est ever to witness a New York
home opener, saw the underdog
Cardinals move into a second-place
tie with the Giants and Washing Washington
ton Washington Redskins, who defeated the
Green Bay Packers, 37-21.
'Chicago's other club, the' Bears,
remained closed behind the Colts
in the Western race by defeating
the Los Angeles Rams, 31-10. The
Bears, who started the game tied
with thp Rams for second, now
or alnnp in that berth. In the
ntkor dortin ths San Franriscn
Ltfta-kinetaetaeht off a Philadel
phia eagle rally ir the iinai min
utes for a 30-24 tnumpn.
Tom Tracy's 64-yeard scoring
Dass to Rav Mathews gave the
stppWs a first auarter lead at
Cleveland but the Browns then
took charge to the delight of 66, 66,-azo
azo 66,-azo mniari Milt Plum threw a
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fm and a 7 varder to Boboy Mit
chell. Brown also scored on a 48-
, .. 1ftth touchdown
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leading rushing total to 635 yards
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SKIN DIVERS The 1 Panama Skin Divers Club recent recently
ly recently held elections lor new club officers. (Left to right) Sgt.
Will Reese) new president elect, Is congratulated by outgo outgoing
ing outgoing president William Scoffijeld. Also elected were Col. L.
Parnsworth, vice-president; George Kellyj secretary; Frank
Holmes,, treasurer, and Al Cooper, trip manager.

Wholesale Revision Of Grid

Ratings Expected This Week

Another wholesale revision of
the college football ratings is ex expected
pected expected this week in the wake of
the season's biggest weekend of
upsets.
Four o the top six teams in
the., United Press International
ratings, were jolted by underdogs
Saturday, including second-ranked
Auburn, which carried the na nation's
tion's nation's longest major college win winning
ning winning streak into its game against
Georgia Tech.
The Engineers punched over a
louchdownj in the fourth Period lo
gain a 7-7 tie that ended Auburn's
victory siring at 17 games.
In other major surprises, Iowa
knocked off third-ranked Wiscon Wisconsin,
sin, Wisconsin, 20-9; Purdue cuffed fifth fifth-ranked
ranked fifth-ranked Michigan State, 14-7, and
Tulane sank sixth-ranked Navy,
14-6.
Atrtry,' wMiSh moved into the
No. 1 spot last week after its vic victory
tory victory over Notre Dame, put on
another strong offensive show in
whipping Virginia, 35-6, while the'
10th ranked Irish scrambled to a
9-7 triumph over Duke.
Fourth-ranked Ohio State, like
Army, appears to be gett nj
stronger wih each succeeding
game. The Buckeyes walloped In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, 49-8, in a wild game that
saw OSU coach Woody Hayes
Texas Roars From
Behind To Defeat
Vinless Arkansas
By LLOYD LARRABEE
ATTRTTTJ Tex.. Oct. 18 (UPI)
Rene Ramirez sprinted 52
vards to score Saturday night as
Texas;" seventh ranked- nation
ally, spotted winiess athhism
then roared from
behind to take a 24-6 victory.
""roach Darrell Royal's Long-
horns, victors over Oklahoma a
week ago, extended their victo victory
ry victory string to five and gained a tie
for the Southwest Conference
lead in their first league contest
as they handed Arkansas Its
fifth, straight. loss of the season.
Arirsnsft "fullback DOhTlle
rrastaed through left
crnard from the Texas 3 early In
the second period to put the Ra.
7.nrhac.ka ahead. 6-0. me xany
wot Pt mi when Razorback cen
ter Gerald Gardner Intercepted
a nass from Longhorn quarter
back Bobby Lackey at the Texas
24.
Rut. oniv lour nlavs later, Rft
mlrez thrilled the 46,000 fans In
Mpmorla! Stadium by breaking
through left guard, swinging
wide and sprinting 52 yards to
score standing up. It was the
longest run from scrimmage for
a Texas "playef since" 1954.
Lackey kicked th: extra point
that sentTexas ahead for good.
Texas exploded again in the
second period, for a touchdown
scored by fullback Mike Dowdle
from the 2, and a field goal,
booted by tackle James Shilling Shilling-burg
burg Shilling-burg from the 12.
r
Texas scored Its final touch touchdown
down touchdown when second team quar quarterback
terback quarterback Vince Matthews con connected
nected connected on a 14-yard pass to end
Roy Goodman late In the fourth
period. Halfback Bobby Matocha
kicked the: extra point, as Lackey
had dorie.after.)nejrevious two
touchdown!, j
f

rush onto the field in the final

quarter to protest the officiating.
in a pair ot Saturday nigln
games involving top ranked
teams, seventh-rated Texas fol
lowed up its victoryo ver Okla
homa by bombing Arkansas, 24-6,
while ninth-ranked LSU clobbered
Kentucky, 32-7. Eighth ranked
Mississippi also breezed past
Hardin-Simmons, 24-0.
quarterback Fred Braselton
was the hero of Georeia Tech's
stand off against Auburn. He
scored from the one-foot line, in
the jfourth quarter after setting
up fhe Engineers' drive with a
pass interception. .
Iowa spotted Wisconsin a 9 0
lead in the first half, then took
advantage of a recovered fumble
and a pass interception to score
twice in the third period. Purdue
aisoijcame from behind in surprise
ing J Michigan S'.ate, with Bob.i
Jams 'oJunging over for the de decisive
cisive decisive TD in the third period.
A crowd of 33,600 at Norfolk,
Va., watched quarterback Richie
Petitbon score both of Tulane's
touchdowns against Navy. The
Middies got their lone TD on a
25-yaJrd pass rorri Joe Tranchini
lo Joe Bellino.
Army scored in every period
against Virginia. with quarter quarterback
back quarterback Joe Caldwell figuring in two
touchdowns. Fullback Bob White
scjored Ohio State's first four
toucHdowns against Indiana.
Oklahoma rebounded nicely
from ils upset by Texas in crush crushing
ing crushing Kansas, 43-0; Ivan Toncic's
wo touchdown passes carried
Pittsburgh to a 15-8 victory over
West Virginia; Northwestern
scored its first triumph over
"Michigan in seven years, 55-24;
Colorado blanked Iowa State.
20-0; Washington Site edged
Oregpn, 6-0, and Cincinnati turn turned
ed turned back College of the Pacific,
12-6, in other games involving the
nation's top 20 teams.

y Theatre's 50th anniversary V y
l The Ministry of Education "l
Fine Arts Department I
V ESPECTACULOS LUCARA 1 J

ESPECTACULOS LUCARA
Panama

CONCIERTOS IRIBERRI
Buenos Aires
Present
The Crand Italian Lyric Company of the
MILAN CHAMBER OPERA
comprised of singers of
LA SCALA1 THEATRE
A grand social And. artistic event
Gran debut tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. with
Vaetano Donbettt'MnAct Opera
DON PASQUALE"

THE GREATEST ARTISTIC EVENT IN PANAMA'S
THEATRE HISTORY

Accompanied by the
NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Tickets on sale at the box office from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 2 to 6 p.m. Individual tickets for Oct. 21 and 24: Box
seats $7; Amphitheatre $6; Gallery $3. For the Grand Gala
Performance on Oct. 22: Box seats 88; Amphitheatre $7,
-Gallery $3.50. : ...w-w

Mrs. Delia' Acevedo's classy
Argentine-bred colt Pan Tosta Tostado
do Tostado yesterday turned the table;
on nrutuels -Xavorite Don Luchc
to win, the $2,000 added one mile
Horse Owners Association Clas
sic at the President Remon race.
Under a good ride by Chilean
jockey Fernando Alvarez, Pan
Tostado moved to pacesetting
Don Lucho two furlongs out and
outlasted him in a hard drive to
the wire. The winner's margin at
the finish was a length and one. one.-half
half one.-half and -he was steadily draw drawing
ing drawing away;'
Don Lucho chased .speedy Bro Bro-te
te Bro-te for !threeJfurlonigs before as assuming
suming assuming command then respond responded
ed responded gamely for the drive but
could not 'stave off Pan Tosta Tosta-do's
do's Tosta-do's closing rush. Bright Spur

and Carcamait, two trailers for
the first three-quarters of the
race, came on strongly to taKe
third and fourth places. Depen Dependable
dable Dependable was fifth and Brote last.
Pan Tostado. third choice in
the betting, returned $9.40 win
and $4 place. The Pan Tostado-
Don Lucho one-two returned
$28.60.
Alfredo Vasquez was the day's
wmnmgest rider with three vic
tories aboard Rea Label, bo
sllongrf and Gazapo. Alvarez and
Alejandro Ycaza were the run
nersup with two triumphs each.
Two of Vasquez' mounts were
originally assigned to leading
Jockey .Braullo Baeza. who suf
fered a nasty spill Saturday off
Chlto in the third. race. Baeza is
out of danger but. suffered a
deep and long gash inside his
lower lip. Besides a hard blow on
his head and a few bruises, he
escaped further Injury from the
fall..
Pan Tostado's $9.40 win pay
off was the day's best as favor
ites once more completely domi
nated the program.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 -Corviglia $7, $3.80
2 Fudge Girl $4.20
SECOND" RACE
1 Red Label $5, $3
2 English Wonder $4.20
First Double: $30
THIRD RACE
f San Vicente $4.30, $3.20
2 Black Bee $3.80
- One-Two: $19'
FOURTH RACE
1 Bosilongo $3.20, $2.80
2 Takeaway $3.6Q
Quiniela: $8.80
FIFTH; RACE
1 Noticlon $&8f, $5.80
2 Don Gran $5.80
SIXTH RACE
1 Del Vecino $4, $2.60
2 Vespucio $2.80
SEVENTH RACE
1 Constantino $3.60, $3
2 Alpina $5.60
Second Double: $8.20
EIGHTH RACE
lTatin $4, $3
2 Teddy $7.60
Quiniela: $24.40
NINTH RACE
1 Pan Tostado $9.40, $4
2 Don Lucho $3.20
i, One-Two $28.60
TENTH RACE
1 Embassy $5, $2.20
2 BacandUo $2.80
ELEVENTH RACE
lGazapo $2.60. $2.20
2 Al Justo $2.80
IRISH PRESIDENT ARRIVES
ROME fUPIl President Sean
T. O'Kellv will head Ireland's offi
cial delegation at funeral services
for Pope Pius XII here sunaay,

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CLASSIC
Toami
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19 1
L T.A.
ianboro
5 933
Carta Vieja
13
eewood
Seymour Agency
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lecus

j- .'. j, "'I'"' yer: puo wnen Tonv
Leading Average mJf'.nfftv 9IU i-l i..7

Marlfaara 3 AaauiMul 1
The Marlboro nuintpt 'extended
their Classic Tspup load PVMnv
night at the Diablo Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, when they relied a tougb Age Age-wood
wood Age-wood team. Every' game for both
suqaas was over tne oo marie
and spripn ranwif frnm 5in t .ts
balthough Marlboro increased thei
leaa, iney couia not aaortt any
let down because the Agewoodl
was risnr nn inniv rati -rnA-nrtiifffi
of the winning tea'm getting vtbe.
oreaics was eviaenr nere because
only 14 pins, separated the two
outfits in total pins.
Two of the AttewanAa tpooVioH
the 600 quota and one MarlborQi
aia tne trick, -The onlv two re
maining perfect game bowlers on
tne lsmmus were pittea against
each other and both shot over 600
Bud Ralrpr RHH unit Ppne nsmian
618. Bob Boyer displaying steady
nprrnrmanpp rinsen nut with Kiv.
Balcer in quest of the highest av
erage is now only one behind witn
against uoney s 204;
Agtawood
181 191 184
Gleichman
556
527
Fistonich
" '158
228
156
194
917
190 179
183 201
Boyer
612
Albritton
Balcer
172
198
182
246
510
638
Totals
934
992 2843
Marlboro
Lane
T. Damian
174 190
218
180
158
190
190
582
164
182
221
202
943
186
215
165
222
978
530
Colbert
Schmidt
555
576
P. Damian
Totals
614
936 2857
Seymour 3 Carta Vieja 1
Seymour Agency snapped out of
their losing ways and gave the
Marlboro a hie assist in knocking
nft Porto Vioio 9 n 1 Thp Cotr.
mours started off very weak, but
ciicKea in tne secona round ior
a 974 while Carta Vieja got weak
er and weaker.
Ted Melanson'and Bill Coffey
had a rough night end came uo
with their lowest scores of the
vear. Two bad weeks has cost
Bill 21 pins in his average falling
trom iib to ZU4 sn two outings.
Carta Vieja brought Earl Best
out of retirement, and the veter
an bowler has not lost his touch
when he put 581 on the line. How
vvilll ue fJUL OOJ. VII MIC UU W
ever ueorge soto anu bod Toiana
.iitAAAAii .:4U CM J mr
outscored
Firl with 603
aim ovo
Carta V eja
179 127
Melanson
Samaniego
Be Luca
Best
Coffey
Totals
Sovster
Soto
Rurgoon
Toland
Kunkel
151
165
140
190
163
457
204
180
V 170
' 157
159
528
188
221
171
508
581
491
890 866
Seymour
151 179
809 2565
161
235
151
215
147
491
."166
m
189
134
292
178
191
224
603
520
595
505
Totals
So You
831 974
909 2714
Think You're
Goo
Dept.
Earl Sterling of St. Louis
bowled his second ,280 game in as
manv nights, followed it with a
279 but then missed a chance to
crack 800 when he dropped to 215.
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Hillman Cars 10 2
Pofp D"ran 93
Zenith Radios 8 4
T incoln Life 7 5
Tivoli Travels 6 6
Martini Vermouth 4 4
Knapp Plomeria 5 7
Kent Ciearettes 5 7
Balboa Beer 2 10
Pepsi Cola 2 10
Blue Star Milk S V 2 10
' Leading averages -Toland 188,
Coffey 182, Prusinowski 179.
Hillman 3 Pepsi Cola 1
The power-laden Hillman- cars
maintained a winning n ce by
taking the Pensi Cola five into

.mug uie rcuM vuia live mminitai agua uas ueen
imp 3 to 1. The league leaders army announced today.

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With- two coffee arinAer. rt.
t,?J!lnding,.?ut 5? ene, the
uviict i wiw cuu not na v to extend
tnemseive far- thp n,,t.. ...

Kids to take three (ropi the Knapn
Plumbers, Gendarme Bob Toland f
took command and increased hit
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'whIph included a 232 line. Dei
rieri?e West,Bink, bank-
vv. y, vuiy m u)9 opening
round d d th il! j
Uurans nannino .. an

ieir only win The best effort for

xvuapps was wavy man TiBera
with 281. -'
Zenith Radio 4 ;
' Balboa Beer 0
The Zenith Raritna naM jl.h
volume and the Balboa -Beers
were flat, and that t.n. u.
of this match. In none t thi
games were the Zeniths pushed,
wal thSX had their, way D the
way. -.Three -model -: at, .7pnHk
sounded off with good series, Te Te-jada
jada Te-jada 505, Grimaldo 503 hnd De'Lu De'Lu-ca
ca De'Lu-ca 524,the latter having a 202
game. Thp hut

o Beer broken bottles was Ray
Dune s blind cnr nf Aan mu. vi.iii

,it v L i,le
iuai mgn was rerez' 469.
Goodyear Tiros 3
Tlvlli Afftntt T
The Tivolii Travel Affent
On thpir uav iU-
land, when they took the first

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Goodyear Tires got themselves '""R

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ana tOOk the rpmaim'na

points with ease. The results put "7
the Goodyear aggregatiotf only two"
DOintS hilt nf firct nlanv mm J iu- -.'..:',

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nvolis axe are four nnint

Both teams had ioheSD6wler eftcH,fJ
to break 500. Butch T.ann nt r.A

year grabbed the scoring honors
wiui ox ann 11V011I LOU GlUd
was next with 508.
Lincoln Life 3
Martini Vermouth 1
TVia T .ntAln- T 1T tf
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premium in tnree out of our. In
I f Vl O nnnnnn 41, T 1 i
the opener the Lincolns downed
tne Martini in a big gulp of 120
iucy easea on in th
ond but still came out on top by
40 sticks, but in the final the
Martini's resented being kicked a
bout and turnpH tahloc An tha T tri
coin Life insurance peddlers and
won by 40 pins. Panama's Palm
palmed his ball to the xark of
494 for Martini, but Jack Voss
was the master marksman with a
M6 Series, which aided the pres president
ident president pinsters.

Kent 2 Blue Star 2 '! ?

The five packs of Kent after
packing awav the first twn oamom
ell apart, and the Blue Star T)ai
rymen churned out their winn n?
points. These two were the first
the Milkmen made after dropping
ten in a row. Konnle King of the
15 Naval District had his ball un
der control and contributed the
most to the Blue Star success
with a 221 single game and 576 se series.
ries. series. The best of the Kents was
Al Taylor's 458 set. The Kents
missed their big man, Bill Cof Coffey.
fey. Coffey. The entire league is being
nlagued with absenteeism, having
ten blinds in the last session of
bowling.
SLAY RAIDING LEADER
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPIp.
Ramon Raudales. leader of a band
of Nicaragnan refugee raiders 'ho
recently slipped across the Hon.
diiran border into northwestern
Nicaragua has been killed, the

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JOE WILLIAMS

' Louiff Penal Ms not 'giviag up
th Milwaukee Braves to open A
National .League store ia New
, York..Th! franchise situation in
Cleveland is' critical, and reports
of impending transfer to Houston
or Minneapolis are not. to be taken
, lightly. '
The Milwaukee vs. New York
v information came .to, us from Pe Pe-rini
rini Pe-rini himself.,."I'U Jnever sell the
Braves, ,and thafi final. At ihe
same time, I .shall continue to
, press for Naiional League repre representation
sentation representation in New York. It was
grave mistake 4 i abandon'' the
territory.". .
Perini was reminded one ujgle
v vot would have prevented the va-
oted in Javor of the liiants ana
v DodgarsfiitUng the Western
ail. ...-.-. iwa4" "T
At the time I had what I be-
lieved to be positive' information
uafj aavi)saaM. fvvug nuv juvftwB
into your, town," he explained.
Period is a multi millionaire
contractor whose tome is still' in
Boston, 'and ahvays will be." In
the course ,of his business, which
requires -consfderabe travel, he
ge to ee fair club play only a
now-and-then basis. As. a New
York club owner; this problem
would be simplified. And it is a
matter of record Perini has met
here with City- Hall representa representatives
tives representatives on the subject of the Nation National
al National League. t ; ;
What PrUa Prastlgaf
"True,; I did meet 'with them'.
But this was in the larger Inter Inter-es:
es: Inter-es: of the lea true itself. We I had
,made a blunden jt was now tip
-rto us to rectify it. Was this a bona
fder proposition? What it "nothe-
. thing we could live with? Reas Reassured'
sured' Reassured' on both 'counts, tt submit-
. ted a procedural program to our
leagu. Ife was, imperative that we
reoccupy ew. York ar soon : as
possible for a number of reasons,
not the least' of whjch was pres prestige
tige prestige I hae td agree a ...major
Jeague without a New York team
fa'la short, of thtf designation.",
Perini did not go into the details
. et-'his program; It Is known, how however,
ever, however, that a novel five-year plan
, was- involved.. Specifically: On
owner coma get a irapchise today
oui a .wpuici d live years before
; Jie could open -his gates; the-inter-veninsr
t!me .he'd Spend building
an authentic major league team.
Obviously, this" part of the pro pro-graM"
graM" pro-graM" was too1 romantic to Inters
est the bre hren. In a business
where .nove ty "sells 11s briskly is
quality, scruples can be $ nuis nuisance,
ance, nuisance, Perini was sthe i only ; NL'er
we talked to at the World Senes
'who is still optimistic about New
t Yorkthe only oneji too, who : is
- trying to do something about it.

, The outlook is bleak: Even with
out New York, the NL 'outdrew
thai American League by more
. than T m'llion' this season.-Pres-
Tige? 'What's that .Unc'.e, MiltieT
Furthermce, league' regulations
now. are such as to make? expan expan-sion
sion expan-sion highly improbable," transfer
; practically impossible. .j
,' As for the Cleveland .aquation,
knowledgeable, source at the se-
r es confided the owners have just
' about had it ... "If the Indians
don't draw at least a'mi'lion next
season ('58 attendance: 663,675)
they'll definitely pull stakes; and

i my guess is they'll head for Hous-

,Ston.vI happen ;to; knowV'Jiat's Bill

chairman of the board;
AUDIENCE SCHEnutED
The
- vaiivAn w a it lurii-

ii alviatat 11ir itfvn 4-1 nM m fiimill

,j diplomatic corps in solemn r i-

J was made In a, 90-mlnute dally
' .meeting of the General Congre Congre-1
1 Congre-1 jKtioiVnttfndrd bv. 15 Italian
and foreign Cardinals.
K-''" -B'i!.''1'i.i;:;;"'.v'i';li;-i; M"'r''''is;;

BLOW!

vice president, in; charge of emp empty
ty empty stands. , "v-
) Athis Is Oaad Town?
TheAmerican League, we were
aghast to learn later; is prepared
to write off Cleveland 'as a dying
town and, accordingly, looks with
favor upon the club's disposition
to travel, 1
This is In dlrectcontrast to the
league's recent attitude when
Washington was denied permission
to hustle the St. Paul-Minneapolis
areav.The leagud'had' "two or
three", people ready to buy Wash.
ington.'-The inference seemed to
be that if the owner was incapable
of a successful operation, .the
league could produce others who
were. 1
" ItH develop! 'wi incorrectly''.- In Interpreted
terpreted Interpreted this, as a league policy
laudably designed to end .willy
tiilly franchise- shifts', on incom incompetent
petent incompetent 'management, rather than
on disillusioned fans. Know how
many people paid to see- a prp
tootbaii game in ; Cleveland Sun
day? 'A mere -65,403. i. A dyint
town? Pardon our ghoulist
daughter. Mm&vmSMmS
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Round Ends Tonite at Panama

, A trtmcndowt turf In th
numbr of play'' qualfyinf in
th 1958 Dunlop Golf Tourn Tourn-mnt,
mnt, Tourn-mnt, th quilifyinf tint f
- which nds tonight at i p.m.,
indicat that it will b an f
th most. : t uccatsful club toor.
nays htld at tha Panama Golf
.Club. .-i.?j;i.;j4-v;..i'i-'fV,.
At 8 p.m.' last nijht, 4t players
had been entered in the first

Something Besides Bird
Is Under Stengel's Gap ;

' By HARRY GRAYSON .;
NEW YORK (NEA) Ten 'years
ago Charles Dillon Stengel -was
managing Oakland of the Pacific
Coast League, never dreaming
that at 57 he was about to start
compiling the greatest record ever
. j i i I.
lurneu in Dy a oaseoan inaoager.
. Until, that time all .anybody ev
er accused Casey Stengel of was
double talking v food game 01'
Case always, had a, twinkle in his
eye and as an outfielder let birds
fly out from under his cap., : But
under the bird under the can was
gray matter that might have been
lost when he. was paid 1 for not
managing the Brooklyn ; Dodgers
and struggled along with the pre-
Perini Boston Braves .some 20
years ago.
Now look at the man-r-nine pen
nants and seven world champion
ships with the New York Yankees
in 10 years and he didn't win
them by pulling the bird ouf .. of
the hat. Stengel's baseball knowl knowl-ege
ege knowl-ege and .courage was there on
show ior all to .see in the World
Series i just, closed, especially" as
the Yankees became -the first club
in 33 years .to win tftef trallinj
tnree games to one.,; -:;
, The professor s moves were let letter
ter letter perfect even when the Bomb Bombers
ers Bombers were losing, but he really went
to work' after Warren Spahn shut
out his athletes with two hits to
put Sudsville within One 'game Of
the whole pot. r K
THE BIG MOV8 THAT straight straight-ened
ened straight-ened out the falteringv Bronx par
ty was Elston Howard replacing
Norm Siebern An left fiend in the
fiffb. game, ,t
Stengers faith in .Bob" Turley,
who was shelled toward the sea season's
son's season's end and knocked out of box
in the first inning of the second
game at 1 County. Stadium; paid
rich dividends in the fifth game
and the Yankees, were" on t, their
way,
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flight, and several more were
scheduled to qualify today.' J. K
Lally, with a fine round of : W-4
for a gross of 78, leads for "iht
medalist prize. His handicap o.
10 gives him low set of 68 as o

Saturday evening. Several; other
low handicap golfers in the firs'
flight, however, can still takt the
low net for. medalist, rvf ;c
Gen. Landon of the Caribbean
- Stengefs handling of the pitch,
era was magiuiicent. When Don
Larsen tired after seven innings
of the;tbird game. out of the bull
pen came Ryne Duren.
f Back in Milwaukee : with his
back against the wall, srengel
found that vhis '. supposed' best
pitcher, Whitey Ford, was not
good, enough against: Spahn, .and
he didn't, hesitate in getUng .; Jat
left-hander out of there in the .ec .ec-and
and .ec-and -innihg.;;,;,;..?., :.vi'
In came unsung 1 Art, Ditmar to
hold the Braves scoreless .until
Durenr whose fast ball, .la effective
for no more than I four innings,
could be called upon in the sixth
And when Duren stumbled in the
10th.. Stengel beckoned Tun-lev .to
retire the last Brave; And Turley
was mere to pick up Larsen in the
clincher. 5
LOSING ANb WINNING Sten Stengel
gel Stengel left no room for second cuess-
ine, and !ow Del Webb, the co co-owner,
owner, co-owner, knows more than , ever
that he struck it rich when b
pulled the professor out, of V the
old Oakland ball park in Emery
Yille? at eight o'clock one morn morning
ing morning to manage the Yanks. a
Webb attended' a night game
there in 1948, sat talking baseball
wim Stengel and Brick. Laws, the
locai propietor, until the wee
hours. He wa s required to "look
at a contracting lob near the nark
early the next morning. Driving
oast the park, he heard balls be being
ing being hit Inside, wondered Just who
could he doing such a thing so
early in the day,
Going inside, Del Webb found
Casey Stengel hitting Infield prac practice
tice practice for youngsters, one of whom
was Billy Martin.
."I made up my mind then," he
recalls, "that anyone so Interest Interested
ed Interested in baseball at 57 belonged in
the Yankee organisation.
"I knew I wasn't bringing en a
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Command, with Frank' Morrice,

iv,- xouow-xally with, net 69,'s
)ir.. follow Lallv with nt ao H
'hile Colonel Skip Babb scored
ow gross thus far with a fine 37
17-74. His low handicap of 4, how
jver, scored him a net 70 Jwo 0
ver LaUy's 68. ,;-f:;;:'.j'
Dalten TW Winnar -!
,),'..' 'iVa -V'-V-
Gardy Dalian, wha'wai Vn-,
rtaiaaal In the papa test eek
aa the rtmnar.ua in the lSr
toiirnay scared i o-: he-mo run
with this correspondent whan ha
said'Balnf, a tenor from J.as
Cumbras i bad anowgh, but
when I win my firat golf taurna taurna-monv
monv taurna-monv the least you can 4 is
make ma the winner Instead : of
h runnar vp''.
Oordy did indeed'wfn tha' tss-
'ournament. defeatina Rtnrn nit
fer. in the final' round, and wr
re. waa to. mar the correction
Lookmr over the i roster tht
ualifvin(f players Gordy said to
nay, n 1 can- get through th th-v7.6
v7.6 th-v7.6 of lo'w-scorinr i t olf tr. 1
M.Ill II L . .
wv rcauy count myself auckyj
.:..'..! "... 1.:.... .c:.., ... ...
' Second Fliaht AU m. ,':
- The. second 'flight playets with
handicaps of frpm 12 to 24, aho
nave enierea in large numbers Ac
of Saturday night, a total of if
players had toured the 18 holes
01 line ranama club shooting for
meuauBi, jMiKBi maauro,T shootin"
avfine 42 -47,; is adinr the w
wrai' net of? 69. foHowed hv
Frank-Kain "with a net 70 Jorge
Bod. Club- 'President, anrl T.nic
m J'.l. a
nanoecic, scoren low ross scoref
wun identical ,84's. Boyd had i
40-44 and Cbandeck two 42's.
In the ladies' flight, Kay Pur Pur-dw
dw Pur-dw li still hading foi tha mad-llst-award
With net 72, fol.
loweH by Bavarlv Dilfar wih a
net 73. The lad a, havo boon
quite lata in entering the quad quad-cations,
cations, quad-cations, end thoy are urged to
nuallfy today, since play ht the
first round starts. Monday -i
Irene Robinson, tha iq;7 .h.
plon, has hot yet aualified hut i
expected to play today, a are
several omer local lady golf olav
Players are reminded that full
harfdican will be allowed for nua nua-lifylng
lifylng nua-lifylng for medalist. The difference
Detween fun handicans will be us
ed ior scoring in all match tv
The first round starts Monday and
must oe compietea dv s p.m. Sun
day, Oct. 26.- Each following round
must be completed by tha fallow
ing Sunday at 6 cm. Plav in th
final round of each flight will be
over me ss-noie route. ?

f FflCUl ,.U$I ;0Fi JHErNAj;LpiiRY'Apf ; BENEFICENCE
' ' PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA ' v -"5 VsvV''
Complete prize;winninjc.Nambcrs in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2067, Sunday, October 19, 1958 ;

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,lriia-winnlng Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawinf were sId

, ,The Nine Hundred Whoje tickets ending in S and no Wi uded injhe.ao Iist.wteftv Two Dollars ($52,00) -each
The whole ticket has fifty-two piece wh.lch comprtees the Wo'seVles 'A" &, "B"
' , ",''.' ". ' ; l 'v" -. '-, k -
. r Signed byi The Governor r the Province of Panama," JOSE AcAJar ESCALA

WITNESSES:

Luis E. Marandola Ced. 8-2885 j v
; Pedro Antonio Saayedra C Ced. 47-2337

KlftTC The wlnnlnt tlckota with th lait clphar and wlih tho twa lOit
12 -1 cipher apply only to tha Pint Prix. (
i,Th ririt Priio and th 2nd and Srd Prlzet art drawn neparntely. The ap---,.c
, proxlmntlont are cileuleted on the Flnt. Second and Third prlwi In e X
a ticket should err tha numbert of each prize, the holder 1 entitled to r
claim payment for each. j v
. DRAVH1G OF THE 3 STRIKES

Sanday; October 19, 195S V
- ((ft A. ,1
Drawing Number 768 ,h
' M i Fraction'

First Prize. 88
Second Prize. . 9 1
Third' Prize. 60

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Saturday's Callage Football
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Pittsburgh 15 West Virginia I
Penn Sile 34 Boston U. 0; r
Lehigh 41 Western Reserve 0
a. Lfleste? T. 51 Drexel T, ;0 -Pennsylvania
r 21 Brown 20
Army 35 Virginia 6 f l :
Cornell 12 Yale 1 i
farvard 26 Columbia 0. '
viilanova 9 Wake Forest. 7'
Syracuse 38 Nebraska 0
Muhlenberg 42 Lebanon Valley. 12
Holy Cross 14 Dartmouth 8
Princeton 40 Colgate 13 -uiu
28 Franklin and Marshall t
Juniata 27; Lycoming V 1 t
.tutgeri 57 Bucknell 12 ;,.
Jaldwin-Wallace 26 Buffa'o -0
Millersville Tchrs,- 20 E Stoudv
burg Tchrs. 14 f" v -T.
Westminster (Pa. 1 1 Geneva
Lafayette 35 Temple ; X
iamilton 34 Swanhmore f -f,
JEarroU 2S Bethany (W.VA.) SB
Joncord 14 West Liber.y 6
Cladon St. 12 Shippensburg T. .6
usquehanna i 39 Dickinson 14' -Bluefield
Sr 0 W. Va. St. 0
Srove aty 28 Allegheny 16
St, Vincebt 7 Waynesburg 0 '.
Davis ElkUis 20 Potomac St, 6
Cal. (Pa.) T. 3 .Slippery Rock' 6
shepherd St., 20 W. Va. Tech 14
KuUtbwn T. 13 New Britain T. 2
Penn Mill!arv 14 Moravian 8
Gettysburg 18 Albright S
Scran on 26 King's (Pa.) 0 -.y
I. Hopkins 38 Haverford 24 i :
Florida St. 28 Vkginia TechTv -Tennessee
14 Alabama 7
Georgia Tech 7 Auburn 7
Wm. & Mary 13 N. Car. St. S
W&L 13 Randolph-Macon 12
Tulane 14 Navy 6 i"- M
North Carolina 27 Maryland 0
Flor'd 6a Vanderbilt 6 f- f
Florida A and M J3 Morris Brown
12" -,, H-lu. -n
Mississippi: St. 38 Arkansas St. 0
Davidson 41 Cafon-Newman 12
Mississippi 24 Hard'n-Simmons 61
Tennessee Tecli 7 Weitern Ky. 31
Georgetown (Ky.) IT centre 0
P'"e?byerian 34 Elon 4,
Fiirman 40 Wofford 39
V.M.I., 13 Tampa 12
Louisiana St." 32 Kentucky T,r
Citadel 28 Mem ohis St. 26
Murray St. 34 Morehead St. S
Midwest
Notre Dame 9 Duke 7' '"
Kent S Marshall 0
Wayne ' V 21 Case Tech B
Northw. V 55 Mich'gan .24
Miami i(0.) 14 Ohio U. ,10
Heidelberg 26 Denison 6".
Ohio StaV 49. Indiana -8
Iowa 20 Wisconsin 9
Colorado' 20 Tow? St. 0 '
Purdue 14 M'chigan St. 8
Akron 28 Woostw 20 1
Ohio Wesleyan 48 Oberlin 0
Otteein 50 Hirim 0 t
Bmvlihg 'Green 31 To'edo J6
De'roit 31 -X-ivicr (0.) 6
Muskingum 35 Capital B
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5894
1 8 6 0

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," The Representative of tho
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$11.00 $220.00
3,00
2.00
60.00
40.00
, PRIZES ARE, PAID WlTHOt'T

Illinois 20 M.nnesota-S I--- i
Central (0.) St. 16;rKy,vSt.' It
WiUenberg 66 Mount Union 8
Oklahoma 43 Kansas 0
Missouri 32 Kansas St. 8
Defiance 21 Wilmington 12
Ashland 21 Ohio- Northern 18

"ayion n wuisville 13T -s
BlufftoiT42 Findlay 30 "k 5
Boston Collece 21 Marnii.tu
Kenyon 6 Ohio College 0 ;
1- Sou 4ma .-.
Texas Christian 24 Texas JUM 8
Baylor 26 Texas Tech 7 -Tulsa
59 Drake 0- 0
New Mexico 33 Arizona 13
Riee13 Southern Methodist 7
Oklahoma Sti T Houston 0
Texas 24 Arkansas 6j -
!an Jose St. 21 'Arizona (Tempe)
St. .20- t Ar
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Wyoming 7 Colorado St. Tl 1
Washington St. 6 Oregon 0
Wah 20 Denver 16
UCLA 20 Washing on 0
Oregon: St, ,20 Idaho 6 .! ;
Air Force Academy 16 Stanford 0
Cincinnati 12 College of Pacific 6

LOOKS NATURAL AH this statue of Australian wonder 1
miler Herb Elliott needs is a pair of legs to run under four --'
minutes and there'd be no difference. Elliott, with aid of Jean
Fraser, artist and h. air .dresser going over her product here, has iv "rs r;
been enshrined in Madame Tussaud'a Waxworks in London, j

two series "A" b "B" of 26

$ 52,000.000
5 15,600,00
7,800,00

$
, Prlwi
'2,600.00
, 136.00
156.00
V. 156.00
, 1500
.' 156 00
- 156.00
156.00
156.00
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156.00
156.00
, 156.00
156.00
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' 156.00
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7088 52,000.00
7188 156.00
7288 '156.00
7.188. .156.00
7488 156.00
7588-s 156.00
7688 : 156.60
7788 156.00
7888 156.00
7188 -. 156.00

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From Third frize

nt:,Th 1st; Pantma, 2nd. Panama and 3rd. in Panama

Treasury JOEL MEDINA
RICARDoJvALLARINO
Notary Public. Panama"

Th prize will Ix paid ht accordance with Ihe Official IJrt of Pananit la
the offices f the. Nation! Belief Iclent Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
- PLAN OF ORHINARF DRAWING No. 2088 WHICH WILL
. TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 86. J958 4 ,.
' .Divided In two 'terlei of 26 fraetlona each denominated "A" and "B"
FIRST PRlZf
v Firat Prize. .Series : A and B, of- S26.000.M each zerles $52,000 M
J Second Prize,-Series A and B, of T.800.00 each aeries 15 600 00''
1. 1 Third Prize. Series A and B, of 3.900.00 each aeries T 8O0 0O
, Apprommattona,' Series A and B, of 26000 each aerie-- 980
0 Prizes, Series A and B, of 1.300.00 each series t 23 400 00, i
, -M Prizes, Series and -B. of 76.00 each series ; 14.040 00
! prizeir, Series A and B ot,f, 2 W each erie f 46,800 80
' iS '. JA i. SI.COND PBIZR K 1 v1
, 1 Approximations, Series A and B, of $ 65.00 each series "'a 2,340 00 -.
. 9 Frizes, Series A and B, of 130.00 each series 1.34000

THIRD
IS Approximations. Series A and V of
I Prizes, Series A and B, of
174 Prize ;u f
' Price of a whole ticket
'. Price of a 52nd part
DISCOUNTS OR TAXES','

Italv'r greatest composer of

opera, Giuseppe Verdi, was re-,
fused admission to study at thw
Milan Conservatory; becauao
1 the authorities there did not t
think he showed enough tal-
ent. His friends had sent him
if to study at Milan because they 4
thought he had shown such
' great musical promise. -o.-'

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: 156.00
156 00
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156.00
156.00
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PABLO A. PINEL M.
Secretary
PRIZK
S 52.00 each series $ 1 872 00
' 78.00 each series 1.404.90
ToUl ;t".V',V,....17t,95l.a
., .. $26.00 ,v,
V... 0.50.;

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Prompt scientific treatment on
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MANILA lUPl) There ware no
winnen ; last night at the Na National
tional National Press Club's "bingo night
When a $25,prize was offered to
any man wlto had a picture of hu
mother-in-law with him.
on arrKiAMLWED
Sith. Tr.hia eostatet lwr laeias
tad aentlemsa. CM results.
ferriceg -schowsv
Product!
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can
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Gibraltar life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
f Inc. lb- far, transfers, toon,
; aal delnza hotol
$180
leave eTtvy Toes, and FrL
FIDAN9UE TRAVEL
TeL; Panama 2-1661
; 35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
. more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
'NEW!
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AUTOMATIC IRONS

i :

Morphy-Rlchards (from England) has easily the very
i best automatic iron In the world today. Good medium
, weight, all chrome. finish, fabric Indicator, magic eye,
i,v modern finish. .t and th price Is the most attractive.
MR produced dry irons and steamdry irons. Come and
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FOR RENT; Brand tiW two -hodroom
aparhnont, for only $60,
at 50th St. and Btliiario Porrat.
Furnlthtd if doairod. Call 3 3-4825
4825 3-4825 or 3-4511.

Loavina lithmuti Boat chanca
now to gat a modern 1 bedroom
apartment., in, Bella Viita com completely
pletely completely fafViithad, includina' linen,
kitchan litansila and telephone.
For furniture down paymenri and
monthly f oaymanti. Ready to
move in 1 November. Tel, 3.
3484,, ti?
FOR RENTNow apartments
TraMrifhmiaW'hiawey. One bod-,
reonj, dlninaroom, kitchen bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, frjv)ttt parkini excluiive,
terrace, utt 3-7493, office noun.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautiful furniture. Du Duplex.
plex. Duplex. Near but atop. Tel. 3-20(5
2-2943.
FOR RINTi Furniihed and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. Telephone
1386. New Alhmhra Apart Apart-menti.
menti. Apart-menti. 1 0th Street. Colon.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, beautifully f unit had, du-
pl)4 near 'but trop. Telephone
Goin'
a n leave. Dioldmif ranii
fully fumithed apartment, beit
neighborhooir, air conditioning,
washing machine, Tel. 3-4605,
to 1. .a ..
PERSONALS
Mrs. rena White: Tour visit ac accounting
counting accounting department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will be appreciated. ;
Lafe Pope's Doctor
Resions Vatican
ROME, Oct. 20 (UPI) The
Cardinals of the Roman Catholic
church today accepted the resig
nation of Dr. Riccardo Galeazzi-
Liii phyiician to the late Pope
Luia XIIr as director o Uio-CatiC'
n health serviee.i W-
Vatican sources f aid t h a ,t
Baleazzi-Lisi also had been form formally
ally formally barred from Vatican City by
the Cardinals.
The sources said Galeezzl-Llsi
handed in Mi resignation to the
appropiate Vatican office thi
morning and that it; included his
resignation as honorary major and
medical officer to the papal paia
tine guard.
The swift action of the group
administering affairs of the
church until a new pope can be
elected followed a far. reaching
outcry against Galeazzi-Lisi's ac action
tion action in selling his "diary" about
the last hour Pope Pius XII to the
world press.
ANC I INT POTTERY POUND
CHIBA, Japan (UPI) Japanese
archelogists said yesterday that
eight anchient earthen jars uncov uncovered
ered uncovered In t Chiba schoolyard might
be the oldest in the world. Schol'
ars .of Tokyo- and, Meiji universi universities
ties universities aid the Jairs : might,i1e rhor'
than "iO.OOOiyears old. or at lea s'
SjOOO i yeare-older vthan Ihe-Eg'n
tiaiiffrta Considered t6f be '!
mosrsMcrent-eannenware aiscov
ere to"f ar,i The scholars planned
chemical tests to confirm their
esimate.
LEGAL NOTICE
united States op America
.,.'4.ls-Cial' CorMr - .-;
United Stt District -Court Per
the District ot Th Canal Zone
"blvltibn' 'of Balboa
Wayne Lyklrovf lalntlff vs.' Psula
D. Lvkin. : Defendant- Summons Case
No. 4758 Civil Docket 21 Action for
divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer-' the complaldt filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure toso appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken
against, you by default, for the. reliel
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie T
rmw. .luHoe United States' DlsWct
Court for the-'Distrlci of" the Canal
Zone, this 10th day oi ociooer, ivaf. i
, Bara da la Pen -.
Clerk
(Seel.),, mm 1 '.
. By Marian D. Boy.cn
w Deputy Clerk,
To Paul D. Lyklns
Th foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie" F
Crow, Judge, United States District
Court far th District of th Canal Zone,
ristcd October S. 1958. and entered and
filed in this action in the. office of thi
office or trie uiers oi saia unuea amies
District Court for the Division of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on October 1958.
Sura de la Pens
Clerk
By Marian D. Bowea
Deputy Clerk

leavk ybra 'At with ows'or otnr

INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES No. I Lottery, PUza a) CASA ZALDO Central! Ave. 4. a LOUKDES PUABMACY 1X1
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A THIS Betid the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Panel
Model F-! 6 cylinder, duty paid,
In excellent condition. Phono 3 3-7607,
7607, 3-7607, Panama.,
FOR SAU-1957 JFord V-,
Custom:. 4 door, two tone, eno
owner," $1800, Balboa 2-988
800x La Boca. .
LEAVING ISTHMUS. 56 Ford
Thuderbird, white, all. extras,
Panama duty paid. .3-3484,
FOR SALE: Ford -V-8, feed
condition 1956. 5280 Diablo,
phono 2-3280.
FOR SALE: 1 957 Chevrolet 4
door, station wagon, 9 passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, power glide. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-4823.
FOR SALE: Perfect 1957
Sweptwing Dodge, hardtop, spe special
cial special tropic O.H., radio, w.s.w.,
power steering, powerflyto trans.
$-1850 plus acceptable older car
2-6370 ..
FOR SALE: 1957 Mercury
Montclair, two door, hardtop. All
accessories, phono Rodman 3674.
FOR SALE: Morris Oxford four
door $150, Tel. Panama 3-6779.
FOR SALEM-50 Mercury, good
buy, white wait,: $400.00, radio.
Tel. 3-749'2 any tiour.
FOR SALE: Chrysler Imperial,
newtiret, power brakes, fluid fluid-drive,
drive, fluid-drive, clean upholstory, automatic
windows, other j extras, motor
excellent condition.! A real buy
at $790,001 Phdni S-7374, i
FOR SALE 1950 Tudor Ford
V-8, radio, heater, good uphols upholstery,
tery, upholstery, 4 excellent tires, phono
Curundu 4182 after 5:00 p.m.
or can be seen al Qtrt, 2058-G.
Misdellone6us:
FOR SALI G.E. wringer wash washing
ing washing machine, $50.00, 60 cycles.
Call 2-2818.
FOR SALE -Sewing, maehlna, t
Bellf portable $40; gray audo- -graph
recorder and accoMerret,
$200, Balboe 4273.
FOR, SALE: 12, shares 10
prefered, Finanxas with 6 shares
common. Call 3-7833.
FOR SALE: 32 graded Masonic
ring. Tel. 2-1630.y'.? "'
FOR SALE: 28" English make
boy's bike, Raleigh. Lionel elec electric
tric electric train set, "0. gauge,' One
combination radio phonograph
console. Call Balboa 2325. House"
0950 Amador ..
FOR SALC-r-Bex ':prlngi and
mattress Simmons backguard, A
tit; new eendltion, $50, Relax-A-ciser,
new $175, Nadco golf
iart, nevor used $15, .American
International' encyclopedia 16
Volumes, $15. Call 83-6173
jftor 4:00.
FOR SALE Girl's 24 Inch bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, good condition $20.00,
794xB. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 3 pc. limed oak
finish Hi-Fi Garrad charger,
heat 30 WaH preamp and am am-plifier
plifier am-plifier 21" television, Carlien
enclesor 1 5" TRX Triaxial olec-
trovelce 'speaker. Phono Balboa.
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Air Force Pilot; f
MdriisCivrt Wdriti
To Avoiti Church
LTTTLE MAPLESTEAD. Eng
land (UPI)WU. S, Air Fore Mai
Douglas D. Stewart,. 25, of Glad Gladstone,
stone, Gladstone, Mich, stuck: swithihigr crip
pled jet to maneuver it over the
tiny .itewn and Its 900-year-old
cBureiuitd a crasblanding 'In i
field yesterday. 1
i He i escaped serious Injury,
Stewart's T33 jet trainer had
flamed out and was 'leading for
he' ancient church in the center
of the town, :Alrrrost ;at the ;last
moment, lie , maneuvered the
plane vawayi- zoomed under' power
lines wless' than 20; 1 feet "above
ground1 and then skidded some 500
yards across a field into a hedge.
The church is one of the four
ancient "round" churches left in
England and is the 'pride of Little
Hamplestead's 202 villagers.
First" renorts. auotins police.
said the pilot had been killed.
"HONG KONG" TV
Telephone No. 1624, Colon
Office flours from Monday
thrtingh Saturday (until
further," notice) i
"8:00 a.m.' to' 2:00 pjn.
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FURNITURES' BARGAINS! ;
.Floor samples, s
Some slightly damaged, mostly
now,':.. f iv .'
Haywood Wakefield Furniture
. Tropical style Rattan,, .spring
cushions, chairs' upholstered in
fine covers:
4 3019 2 Piece Sofa S
Regular Prime $249.95
, Special Price '$106.00
K'
4 92757 Wrought' Iron
- Patie Chain:-: ;
Reinforced plastic cuthion.
Regular Price $22.95
Special Price $11.47
2 S001-B. Living Room
Chair Lawsen Style. Washable
plastic upholstered.
Regular Price $27.50
Special Price $19.00
1 300 1-S Sofa of so)id
wood construction.
Upholstered in washable plas
tic.
Regular Price
Special Price
$44.95
$35.00
, ,4 14001 5 Piece Dining
- Room Sot.
Mahogany chairs and table.
, Plastic upholstery.
'" Regular Price $99.95
Special Price $77.00
Special I Piece Bedroom
,Sot.
' Bookcaso bad and 2 night
tables.
'': Mahogany. :
Regular Price $179.95
Special Price $ 99.00
4 3065 72" Sofa-Plastic
: upholstery. - l
,. Reinforced In various colors.
. Regular Price $109.95
Soacial Price $ 88.00
, 6 4005 "ofa Bad laty
to convert.
Sturdy rigid, framat. ''
. Made In the United States. -Regular
Price $139.95
Special Price $ 99.00
3011 Sola for I
r Persons T'" '-
Regular Price)
Special Price
$199.95
$ 99.00
7 H 1017 Chair, plastic
upholstory,
Regular Price
Special ftiee.,,
$31.95
$15.98
I -i f 1 01 1 PlaiHe uphel uphel-.
. uphel-. stored armed chair.
'Regular Price $41.95
: Special Price $20.98
8 110198 Plastic uphol upholstered
stered upholstered captain's chair.
Regular Price ; $41.95
1 Special Price 4 $20.98
THESE SPECIALS
ON SALE AT OUR
LOS ANGELES STORE a
DON'T WAITI
USE SEARS EASY
TERMS.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S.A.
FOR SALE. 3 -piece sofa set,
0932, Amador road.
FOR SALE i Never used gaa
stove: and 30 gallon glass-lined
water heater, in orig carton.
$100.00 each, Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE: New 60 cycle Cel Cel-ing
ing Cel-ing fan, sll Balboa 3028.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 60
cycle, sanitary, stainless steal
interior, "miscellaneous household
, items; Gamboa: 389.
FOR SALE: $ pieces mahogony
living room set, plastic cushions.
6418 Doa Bocks, Los Riot.
FOR SALE: Apt. alio 60-cyele
stove, good, condition. Tel. 3 3-0940,
0940, 3-0940, between 3-5 any day.
FOR SALE Washing machine,
60 cycle, baby bod. Balboa 2-
.,4$9i..,,,!ui.. Af',..rvv.v
FOR SALEt Throe years old, 9
, eu. ft., Norge, $180.00, Magic
Chef gss stove, $J5.00. Call 3-
k.Q0I0, Ext. 43 r
FOR SALE r Mahogany China ca ca-'"
'" ca-'" blnet, dining room table and four
chairs, CHEAP, Qtrt. 2 100-A.
, Phone: 81-71 39.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
living room : set, bedroom act,
Cowes made. Td. 3-7616.
INVESTIGATE FORM LITTER
CLEVELAND," Ohio (UPI) r r-Postal
Postal r-Postal authorities are looking into
a form letter1 found In West Sida
mail boxes asking donations of $1
to be -sent to a branch post office
box. The unsigned letter said: H,
"Dear ,' JMends and i neighbori:
Please send $1 today ana if we
may we pray the Lord will, bless
your family v in his own humble
way. Our sincere thanks." .. .,

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WANTED
Wanted smooth tiros, tuKabla for
' reconstruction, Roconstructora
Nacional. -Per, Avenue' 7.v 7.v-Phone
Phone 7.v-Phone 2-0406. A"-'; f'
WANTED: Small desk with
-drawers; Tol Panama 3-6779 1 j
tommies Quit
US Troops" Fly
AMMAN.'-. Jordan. Oct 20 (UPI)
Britain' today began pulling. her
paratroops out' of Jordan.
Men of the 33 naratroon light
regiments of the ToyaL artillery
headed back for Brltian' Middle-
East base at Cynrus-by: sea after
helping bolster the regime of King
Hussein 'of Jordan since the days
of the Iraq upheaval last July.
British military spokesman naj,
Ron Challonerf said the menem-
barked' at Aqaba. He said a ship
load of troops will leave every
day Jor Cyprus during th; next
few days. '
In Beirut. Lebanon, giant; troop
transport planes yesterday began
airlifting .the last contingents of
American comoat iorces r-rrom
the U.S. i withdrawal would pe vir vir-Lebanon.
Lebanon. vir-Lebanon. Informed sources said
tually complete by the end of mis
week. : -
Paratroopers of the zn Air
borne Bngade began boarding
transports at Beujut Airport yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning to return to their
bases in Germany.
The brigade's 3,100 paratroopers
ronrscisnterl virtlfsllV all of the
U. S. comDat strengin remaining
In t.ebanonv fo lowing- the. With
drawal of, the four Marine ba'tal-
ions that made the. initial, landing
here last July 'at the request of
the government dunng umm d d-anese
anese d-anese civil war. T'.'W.'" '.
While the airlift sped tha las'
Alcorn Gites
Thinking'
kKamtvrmi am) -Kerjub-
lican National Chairrnan ., Meade
Alnnra .oiH vaatArrlaV election OI
bdg Democratic Congress would
"immeasurably vaderiume' Pres President
ident President Eisenhower ; in dealingwith
the Communists ana preserving
Alcorn said in a siaiement mat
the chief issue in, next : month's
congressional ; elections was the
nui,.,..t WiVmii nf Dpmocrats
and their party toward maintain-
ing the peace." ..
'"The President would be ; con-;
.i.tonVlw nnrlArrnt. sniDed at and
sabotaged if the next Congress as
dominated byithe party of the
left-wingers'! and appeasers who
have : been warned! by4 tho,res tho,res-Ident
Ident tho,res-Ident that they court wai : with
the Reds .through their political
icy while the delicate Warsaw
negotiations aire, in progress,"; Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn said.
- The ; GOP leader cited state state-Harry
Harry state-Harry S. Truman and Adlal E.
stovpnsnn two-time Democratic
presidential candidate. Alcorn
said .the statements -iiiusiraie me
dangerous type of thinking" by
Democrats on the maintenance of
peace. 1 V
Alcorn said Truman Ufa press
conference : last week called the
VnMan armiclina-, noontiatcrl hv
the Eisenhower administration
"the Korean surrender." s
"Mr. Truman's comments !lndi !lndi-rafo
rafo !lndi-rafo th namnprat -wmilrl have
been prone to let that tragic, con

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ESTADOS UNIDOS lit Central Ave.
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." FOR SALEi rLeaving Isthmus.
-'58' Umbretta 150 cc.' Twe
weeks eld. Original $475, selling .':
. $375. Call Panama 1-3941.
Jordan By Ship;
Frorrt Lebanon
stage of the withdrawal," mili military
tary military spokesman reported an iso
lated- case of shooting involving
American iorces. -The
spokesman said t a truck
driven by a U.S. sailor -was fu:ed
upon Saturday afternoon along a
road near Beirut Airport. The
bullet crashed through the truck's
windshield, but missed the service
man. U.S." and Lebanese' authori authorities'
ties' authorities' began' investigating the loci
dent.- .
Although ..the official, deadline
foirtht American troop withdraw
al remains Oct. 31, informed sour
ces predicted the evacuation
would be completed one week
ahead of time.
An; advance guard' of troops
from the 24th Brigade already has
arrived in Germany to prepare
for the arrival of the bulk of the
airborne unit.
It was believed that' only a few
more than 2,000 paratroopers
would' remain to be airlifted out
of Lebanon..
Informed sources said that U.S
Army staff officers are scheduled
to fly out of Beirut next Saturday.
lo symbolize the end of the Amer
ican intervention in Lebanon.
After that, only a .handful 1 of
administrative troops would re remain.
main. remain. These would include claims
officers assigned to Wind up leffa!
details of, business conducted by
American forces with Lebanese
during the past' few months.
us.
Dembcrafs
flict run on and on," -Alcorn said.
He said Stevenson, in i televi television
sion television interview last week, "noted
that Republicans ferm the 20 new
and fair deal-1 years, y ears of
grief. 4 fc'A'yr
He quoted Stevenson as saying,
"J. remind you that .we won, two
wars and i.eked a great depres depression.
sion. depression. Maybe. tha( is 20 yearsi of
grief to the Republicans. If so
lefs h avseorhe more grief 1
V'Alcorn called this a 'shocking
statement" and said Sievenson
'Apparently 7thiriks that two wars
and great depression, which
was cured only by on of these
wars, are' chapters he'd like to
see repeated."
"Alcorn's attack' on the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leaders cam as Sen. har har-lesvE.
lesvE. har-lesvE. Pofter (R-Mich.) charged
Jn?.;a.4eparate statement that
United Auto Workers President
Walter Reuther, "i out to take
over the national Democratic
party." 5 1 .-
Potter said the "entire re
sources of a great-union' are
being used to foster the ruthless
ambition of one man."
He said Reuther went against
the wishes of UAW members and
negotiated a three-year' contract
with the auto industry 'in order
to be free of contract negotiation
to campaign in i960." t
Potter said Reuther Mad
marked himself and-other Repub Republicans
licans Republicans "for extinction by en endorsing
dorsing endorsing our opponents and bank bankrolling
rolling bankrolling their campaigns."
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Reat Estate
FOR SALE; Lets 100 and 1.000
, meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo )
:, Urbaniiatioit; across the Ramon :.
Racetrack. AH Iota with street;
v fronts, towage, water main: and
elactriciry.- CahW, McBarnctt..
Tel. 1-2567.
FOR SALEi Farm Arraiian' 9 v
hectares, two Story house, fruit
trees, ready for chichen business..
American neighbors. Information
Balboa 1317,
Boats Cr Motors
FOR SALE: tot, trailer, motor
complete, 2-1 569; Balboa
'. FOR SALE:! boat, trailer, hew
, ".15 Johnson,' 8 m.m. under water s
. camera, Tel. 2-2589. f
Scienfisf Gives
-Or
Radloaclivily 1; v i v
Report On Flood :: :"
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WASHINGTON ficfej ficfej-tist
tist ficfej-tist studying -"Increases 1 In radio-
acuvd y ut ceriain loods since
atomic testing began 'in 1945 said
today that "the danger flag js
tip and it might go higherJ,r
i But-the scientist, 'Dr; Edwaird P,
LAUgjr a (pharmacologist WMh- the
reaerat ood and Urug Adminls
tration,- said that foods-asom
monly consumed; at this time do
not contain any ezcessive radioae
tive materials.
Laug elaborated in an interview
on the fundings' which he and
chemist Wendell C. Wallace
reached on the basis of a two-year
study to determine the degree -to
wnicn foods might have become
contaminated with irad'oacttve
menls as a result of nuclear test
ing. ."
x Their report1! made Public
Wednesday, ( shSWea statistically1
significant risAS in rarTiinactivitv in
tea, dairy- products and 'certain,
seafoods as compared J with ;sirft
seafoods as compared (wltti'sinm
lar food products datmg back be before
fore before 1945.
LatSg-mHTfhrv nextifelg ,effdrt
would" be. to identify the' specific
elements which .cause the radio radioactivity.
activity. radioactivity. After that, he said, "we
should be in a position to know
what if any A safeguards would
be needed for -the public."
The scientist said he was put puttied
tied puttied by findings that 78 recent tea
samples, chiefly -from the 195& and
1957 harvests, showed radioactiv radioactivity
ity radioactivity averaging about 30 times
greater than those before 1945. Iq
six samples, the figuxewas 109 to
135 times greater. 1 f
v r, Km
Laugaid Jhe answer could be
thaf tea samples tested were
grown in Fa? Eastern areas where
they would be in a position to be
contaminated by fallout from this
country's Pacific nuclear tests
and Russia's,, Arctic experiments.
Another? possibility he aid,;was
that the ccay layei" might t have
been processed without-)y tint
washed, tl .
--r
4 "It rmght "!e ""tme of fiiese
things," the scientist added. "We
Just don't know what we are go going
ing going to find out. The studies are
continuing."
i-Laug said the chief thing to be
feared would be the appearance
of strontium 90 in more than per permissible
missible permissible amounts,! as established
by the National Committee on
Radiation Protection and Meas Measurements.
urements. Measurements.
' fw-y s g
4th Show Of Wqrk ?
By XMCA Students
OpnsThursda :
"The fourth Biennial Exhibition
of paintings by students at the
Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. will open
on Thursday at 7:00 p.m. , f
Scores: of oil paintings will be
hung in the club room at the
"Y." Those exhibiting are or
have been students of MrsBetty
Bents who has.-taught oil paint painting
ing painting at the Tf.M.CA. for many
yeara. s y;
The exhibition will continue
through Sunday, and will be
open to Ithe public without
charge, at the following times;
Thursday, : 00-9 : 30 p.m.; ; Fri Friday,
day, Friday, 6:30-9:30 p.m.j Saturday,
3:30-9:30 p.m.;- Sunday, 33:30
9:30 p.m. which will be the last
day of Ihe exhibition. 1 .-There
There .-There will be 86 paintings, by
26 exhibitors, the largest and
most djverslljed show to date.
ffffCnWilELPfcr
ASTIIf.lA'MUCUS
i Aathma, and Bronchitis eAtaxsks ruin
your elaap, undermine your atrane;!
and weaken your heart. .Mendaeo
atarts to work throuch your Wood to
ovaroome. antnma and bronchitia t t-,
, t-, tacks. It halps dissolve etrantllne rriu rriu-,
, rriu-, cue and promotes tree easy braath braath-I
I braath-I Inr. Mendaeo'e aotton Is olfectlve even
in old and stubborn oaae, flat Men.
Case, from any drurstore today end
' se how- much better you alap and
braathe tonlrht, end how much better
you will teal tomorrow. Mendaeo
. ilarhts discomforts of Aathsaa, Bros
ehltls and Hay rover.

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Peru Avenue t Phono 2-0406."
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AbuiOfprcssi:n:
Catholic- bishops of East Germany
announced todav that th k.,.
protested to Communists Premier
.vm wwiewoni against k the
pression of Catholics in the sdviif
one. ,,,'' s j
A pastoral-lettr-r rmaA v-afan4e.'

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age'pf Bad Koftsen,,to 11 months
mprlsonment,; "Ti
Catholic rspokesmen; however;
Would florconfirm that the church -protest
was connected, with these
developments, - ,v

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Uetotttt numerous- East Germaa
umversi es and college, had pu
hcly .criticized a numbers of
pects of university life in the East
The atrenrv-'..Mctha ..m.:!-.
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enee of alf East German univer.
tflJ&fl collee presidents held?
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Ceasefire

DENVER, Oct. 20 (UPI) President Eisenhower conferred by telephone today
with Secretary of State John Foste Dulles on Venewed Communist shelling of Que Que-;
; Que-; moy, and left for a political campaign tour' California. ; .. v; ;
' I Dulles called from FairbahksXlaska,1 where Jhe stopped n route from, London to
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. Tne Chinese Communists shattered the Quemoy ceasefire today with a saturation
bombardment that caught a Nationalistsuppfy convoy ort the beaches; Nationalist artil artil-'!
'! artil-'! lerV thundered reply in a full fledged renewal of the 'little, war." ::f''rP
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cd to be a direct slap at Dulles.
The order of the day by Commu Communist
nist Communist defense minister Peng Ten Ten-huai
huai Ten-huai ending 15 days of quiet in the
Formosa Strait noted Dulles jm jm-endinfi
endinfi jm-endinfi arrival and accused mm
; Kterfering .in internal Chinese
affairs.
Communist China previously ac accused
cused accused U.S. warships of resuming
Convoy operations in the Quemoy
area It issued its 35th and 36th
crave warnings against these ex extremely
tremely extremely serious provocations.
Peiping said a U.S. LSD ana
. three destroyers appeared off ue
W-last night and stayed until
this- morning. Earlier it said two
destroyers "intruded" in the Mat Mat-tu
tu Mat-tu 'area to thei north.
' ng two weeks ago Sunday
anneiincsd h was suspending
the Communist bombardment ot
tb. Quemoy islands for huma--Mterien
reasons." Last Sunday
h, announced two-wmk "xten "xten-,tlo
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'eease fi'e would be permanent.

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Dulles said at Fairbanks' after
talking to Eisenhower that it was
a "tragedy that the Chinese Com Communists
munists Communists have displayedtheir war
like dispositions" by resuming the
shelling of, the Nationalist offshore
islands... J. '.
"All who. love peace must-hope
that the present 'resumption of
fighting will be of short duratfpn
and that the world may jbe spared
the grave consequences of Com Communist
munist Communist persistence' in aggression,
Dulles said.
"I am informed that the Chinese
Communists have resumed spora

dic firing in the Taiwan (Formo (Formosa)
sa) (Formosa) Strait area.
"I am nevertheless continuing
my toip to Taipei.
"J had embarked upon what 'I
believed and hoped was a mission

of peace. I shall persist in that

purpose."
Dulles said that his conferences
with Chiang Kai-shek cannot have
"the same scope and character

that would have been possible"' if

tlip ceasefire had continued.

"Nevertheless, I believe that con-

iuKations can usefully, be held."
Dulles said.
Dulles, flying aboard a convert convert-ed
ed convert-ed jet tanker, is scheduled to ar
rive in Formosa tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. "'
Meanwhile in New York, Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt said the be

lieve that Communist 'China is
less afraid than either ? Russia
or the United States ef 'starting
m tam!e war.'; '" :-

In a CBS television Interview",

th. former First Ladv said the

Communist Chinese "are perhaps

not as womed -about; ..an atomic
world war as Oth e f'V countries

might be." '-.""
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rentrations of population tn4

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miliion-that they are accustomed

to losing large numbers."
Shah Of Iran
Cracking Down

On Corruption

TEHRAN,' Iran, Oct; 20 (UPI) (UPI)-Shah
Shah (UPI)-Shah Mohamed Reza Pahlevi and
the Iranian Eovernment today an

nounced new measures to combat

corruption within the administra administration.
tion. administration. A royal decree forbids all mem members
bers members of the royal household to be
owners, partners of lawyers of
companies either finances or con controlled
trolled controlled by the state. The cabinet
introduced a bill to enforce simi similar
lar similar restrictions on members of
Parliament, cabinet members and
other officials on the government
payroll.

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'-ivantaies rimilar te) ttat el ii peet'itaiieii to'tpro1ection. While excavaltont art underway above, shortages on Sarth.

about. Earth-as an astronomical iabwatory; lor V''.P oomes shelter the workers.; , ; i (J (i) From the Moon base, now oulte extensive

instance, or an advance base for the exploration ) -This cuUway shows Suggested layout W a' vt eW-susining, with, Its, outlying laboratories,!

-y , ; ; w .-.".rVwrj.r:: txpiort distant areas and survey mineral ttw

f other planets.

: The maintenance of such a lunar colony Is cn

tirerij feasible, in the view of rhany authorities.'.
Oxygen could probably be extracted from ores,'
and even water obtained from minerals. In time,
the colony could be self-supporting. h -;
Due to the absence ol atmosphere anu the danger.

!from cosmic rays and falling meteors, a perma-l

garden supplements food supplies from Earth. I t,
1 1 The science of biology will play an important ",
part in the establishment of the colon,y. Special
crops, suitable for use on the Moon, may have to.

( tie evolved.. Although hydroponic farming is still
experimental, it will doubtless make great ad

vances long before men reach the Moon. The syn-'

;ent base may, be constructed, at leastto part, InjJ rttesfaing of foods from strains of algae and yeast W--) Kextt A Trip to Mara,

sources.

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'and the- universe; With no haze or intervening 'f I
atmosphere and no weather to spoil observations,' "-

; they have an unobstructed view of the stars- and'
planets. A celestial body which will undoubtedly
get top priority is Mara, the planet that has i

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Announces Radio Chain

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LONDON (UPI)-Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Harold Macmillan's advisers
have drawn up sweeping plans
for a chain of powerful broad

casting stations in Africa io4 ct
as a possible counter to Cairo's
persistent "radio war," informed
sources said yesterday.
The plans are, the outcome of
a recent tour of Africa by a gov government
ernment government mission headed by the
chancellor. of, the Duchy of Lan

caster, Dir. Charles mUanerM'ac mUanerM'ac-millan's
millan's mUanerM'ac-millan's personal press advisor
Harald Evans.
Informed sources said they call
for setting up a chain of radio
stations based in the Sudan, Som Som-aliland,
aliland, Som-aliland, Aden and Kenya whose
task would be to counter Presi President
dent President Gamal Abdel Nasser's mas

sive propaganda c a m p a i n

throughout he Middle East.

The projected chain of radio
sta'ions on the African continent

would seek both to counter direct directly
ly directly the voice tif Cair and o make

Britain's and the Western voice

heard more widely in the Arab

world.

Programs would be in various

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PILLS VS. WOLVES
WARSAW (UPI) Poland's un

armed forest rangers will try to

combat, a row,n, won population

with sleeping 'pills,

The method involves doping bait

with laree amounts of. luminal,

barbiturate. Experiments so far

have cosi the; lives of a number

of ravens but had no appreciable

effect on the wolves.;

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 20 (UPI) More than 400 white

high school students started registering for classes today in
private, segregated schools opened by the Little Beck Private

School Corporation and Ouachita Baptist College. v

-m The Private School Corporation's classes, for white seniors

only, will start tomorrow In a three-storied building that for

merly housed the University of Arkansas graduate school It was

Gov. Orval E. Faubus answer to Supreme Court orders to in

tegrate. About 150 seniors were registered there.

. About Z50 students were registering at Second Baptist Church

for classes Ouachita Baptist College expects to begin there and

at two other churches next Monday. .'

There probably are around 2700 white high school students

and 700 Negroes for whom public schools have not opened this
year becauise "of the Integration dispute.

Six or seven hundred students have transferred to schools

out of Little Rock.

White Students Enroll For Little Rock's Private, Segregate

Three.Burly Ushers Jurn; Five Negroe

Away From White Preisbyteriari ChbrchV-

languages of the area including

Arabic. .There might also be
some jamming of what is con

sidered Cairo's most ? provocative
and aggressive broadcasts w

The British plans do not en

visage British-owned radio sta

tions, but rathe:, British spon

sored or supported units in the

areas under considerations.

The plans are currently under

close consideration and will short

ly be discussed !by the. Cabinet,

au'iiuruauve suuices siaieu.

The programs, once the pattern
is approved, would establish reg regular
ular regular radio transmissions beamed,
among other places, lo the ba bazaars
zaars bazaars of the Middle East to catch
the ear of bi Mideastern "man
in the street." ., -vv---
The British move is described
as a defensive but necessary
measure. ,
The sources said Brita'n does

not want an outright radio war

in competition with the voice of
Cairo.

Officials Of Philander, Smith and
Shorter (Negro) Colleges Schedul Scheduled
ed Scheduled meetings today to see what can
be done about setting up private
schools for Negroes.
Ouachita Baptist College regist registered
ered registered white students for 10th, 11th
and 12th grade private classes.
Registration for Baptist private
schools will continue through
Wednesday. -';".-"-'; -v
Dr. J. W. Cadv. dean of students

at Ouachita Baptist College: said

most of the Baptist schools' teach

ers, who can put in an hour or two

a day in addition to holding otner
jobs. J ,5r

" Hi id that if registration .for

the Baptist schools Sdoesn't total
over 500, the three churches will

be able to accomodate tnem in

their educational buildings.

An official of the Little Rock
private School Corporation said
it is hoped that the lea w to a
larger. buildina one to hold up
to 00 Studentswill be signed
in the near future, and that
classes for sophomore and ju-
or students will begin by Nov.
I.

Mrs. L. C-Bates president of

the Arkansas National Association

It or Advancement of Colored peo

ple, said no JNegro students would
attempt to register at the private

scnoois today. ;. -.

W. C. Brashears, superintendent

of the private schools said he

"hoped" no Negroes would show

up because they would "just cause

trouble' .,:!'- .'

Faubus said he had no connec

tion with the Baptist schools, but

said he approved of their plans

"it tne Baptists can take care

of a substantial number of the

students, then the private corpo'

ration can take care of the re
mainder," Faubus said. ."' :v

MCELROY IN HONG KONG
HONG KONG (UPIWU.S. Be

fense Secretary Neil H. McElroy

arrived in this British crown colo colony
ny colony yesterday and said he would

relaz between "very pressing busi

.ness. McElroy. who is on

fact-finding tour of the Far East,

flew here from Manila where he

conferred with' -Philippine Presi

dent Carlos P. Garcia on ihe

modernization of his country's

military equipment.

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DEATH OF POPE PIUS XII AND THE
BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP.

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Starting Tomorrow

Members of the: lyric Italian

troupe of the Milan Chamber Ope

ra 'arrived here this afternoon for

their debut tomorrow night at the

National Theater in Donizetti's

"Don Pasauale."

Cesare Brero, director general

of the Milan Chamber 0P?ra, and

conductor Carlo t : uiuario, con
cert master, have been rehears
ine the National Symphony Orches

tra since Saturday for the group's

three local performances.
The 30 or more singers who ar

rived here today are all members
of the La Scala Theater in Milan,
where they have gained individual
successes in solo appearances.
Their performances here will be
a part pf : the observance of the
50th anniversary -of the National

Theater. They include tomorrow

ntifht'i ifahut. i eala dress per

formance on Wednesday night
and a final appearance on Friday
night.
Local theater circles regard the

scheduled : aooearance of the Mi

lan Chamber Opera here as the
greatest event in the country's

musical history.
It is beinfi' sponsored by the

Fine Arts Department of the Min
istrv of Education and the Ita

lian Embassy and presented by

Espectaculos Lugara of Panafrw
and Conciertos; Jriberri of Buenos
Aires. ' -'V ;

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National Theater's! box-office dai daily
ly daily from fl'a.m.;to noon and from
2 to 6 p.nii:-;f?v.ii-i''V.t'''T;
FROZEN TRAVELERS
' LONDON (UPI)Space travel travelers
ers travelers i-of ,the future may whiz
through the 'cosmo frozen in a
state of "suspended animation"'
to save food and oxygen. Drs. A.
S. Parke and Audrey U. Smith

of the National Institute for Med

ical Research told a symposium
on space medicine thatt hey suc successful
cessful successful had ; chilled mice, rats
and dogs to ;a point where their
heart beat and respiration Cased
for an our,;; or rhore. In mos"
cases, there was complete recov recovery.
ery. recovery. But both4 physicians warned
'hat any such process for human
beings was far U the future,

Catholic Cardinals

Open Discussions

Preluding Election

The Cardinals of the Roman Ca

tholic church today began their
momentous week of decision pre preluding
luding preluding the election of a new Pope.
In daily meetings, the steadily
growing gathering of princes of
the church discuss behind tight tight-closed
closed tight-closed doors the whole gamut of
problems which must influence
their choice of a successor to the
late Pope Pius XII.
More than 40 of the 54-strong
College of Cardinals were attend attending
ing attending the "congregation" in the con consistory
sistory consistory hall of the Apostolic Pal Palace,
ace, Palace, adjoining to St, Peters Basi Basilica.
lica. Basilica.
The electing conclave starts at
4 p.m. Saturday in the fabled Cha Chapel
pel Chapel of St. Peters.
MONEY FOR VICTIMS i
LONDON (UPI) The British
government is considering a pro proposal
posal proposal to make convicted criminals
work for their victims. Home
Secretary R. A. Butler said Thurs
day night the proposal envisaged
a plan whereby victims of crime
should receive compensation out
of the prison earnings of crimi criminals.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 20 I
(UPI) Five Negro men tried to;

integrate a Presbyterian church

in residential Pulaski Heights
yesterday, but. they were turned
away by three burly ushers and
an elder. f
, It Was the': fourth straight
Sunday Negroes .have tried to

a,ttend white churches.
Robert Mosley, 52, the spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the group of Negroes
whor appeared at the' church

sunaay saw tney naa peen "in "invited
vited "invited to attend."

. The pastor is the Rev. T. B.
, 'Bajf another of the 'Little :
j Rofck rHlhlstfcrs who has advo-1
' cated integratioa from the
' pulpit. 7 w t
But Charles S. Harley, an el elder
der elder lathe Pulaski Heights Pres-

byteriaii church, told the group

to "go on back, you aren't want

ed here; You Just came to cause

trouble." ",.' v
S A young- boy rode past on a bl

Cycle and yelled "Don't let them

in."

The"1 congregation was filing
into the church when the Ne Negroes
groes Negroes walked up near the front.
One girl started crying. "There
are the Teal troublemakers," she

said, pointing to newsmen..

Reporters and photographers
had been told by an anonymous

i telephone call to be on hand.

Seated across the street from
the church was Mrs. Roy Mor- i
rison, the white 'woman who
took, her Negro maid to the
Pulaski Heights Methodist
Church with her three weeks
ago kicking off the drive to
integrate white churches,
The four Negroes with Mdsley

identified themseltes as rrtink

Smith, "Johh4 McCrey, in;

Marshal Gyce, 18 ana Elijah Ad.

Thev said their lekdeh huskv

Albert Hudson, A male nurse,

was unable tobe with them be because
cause because lie was sick?
Hudson led a group Of Negroes
to the Second Baptist Ohurch
two weeks ago, and again last

sunaay. r '
The first time they were turn
ed back. The second time; Hud

son ami seven other Negroes

were taken to the basement, but

they left without hearing the
sermon "when an usher said he
would turn on a loudspeaker for

tnem. , i w
Later, one of the Negroes who
accompanied Hudson told re
porters he had been paid $5 to
go and said lie got $2.50 for

each of his two' children i he'

took with him. Hudson sald'Mt
"is all a, lie." ) -V
' Harley and three husky ush

ers blocked the sidewalk as Mos

ley and his group tried to go tot'

tne iront aoor ol the church.

,We were invited to tome, and

told there would be seats for us.",

Mosiey saio. He said he did not

know who invited them. ;
. W ' i
"Vou knowthat, Ni not th
ttuth, Harley said. "The fact in
that you were bald to come hert
and cause trouble
v "we paid for ; th church,
There is no public money involv involved.
ed. involved. Yon have your own ehurch
es to go to if you really want to
worship God. You did not come
here for any good, and you will
not be seated."
Mosiey denied' ihkt ; he' had
been paid
, ""We4tst' tama hereito uror uror-ship,
ship, uror-ship, but wrf.wlll leave before wt
cause a ; bad i .disturbance, and
they call the police," he said."

DIVORCE

REFUSED"

, LONDON (UPI)-The Judge re refused
fused refused yesterday to grant Leslie
Morgan, 37, a divorce from his
Danish-born wife on the ground of
mental cruelty. Mrs, Moirgan said
she bawCed .him out only because
he insisted on seeing sexy movies
and unf latteringly 'comparing her
with the actresses' 1 i

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prepared by the Meteorological
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RAIN (inches) 3.04
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(inner harbors) .82

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