The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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FOR' MORE FUN ON' HALLOWEEN,, these youngsters are holding the UNICEP containers which
are their invitations to gay parties that night after the boys and girls have used them to ask
for treats -for 'the world's childpen instead of, or In addition to, the regular trick or treat
. routines. The Cathedral of St. Luke, the First Baptist Church, 6t. Mary's Mission, the Union
Churcb of Balboa, and the Unitarian Society are scheduling parties. In addition, activities
r being planned for th youngpeopls by-Army and Navy organizations. Pictured' from left
to right are Janine piaz, Sandy Young, John Knick and Kathy Burns.

13th Satellite Try

ViatelJitnded ir failrf afy today Jcau a 'oroi;difficultywith" th Supper

itts;ei 'f jta iaynchirij; vehicle, a- ,4 r
,Th Army diacJbsldit gay m hopa that tha Beacon" balloon aattTltyt harf or;
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Texas Flagpole Sitter, Is Charged
With Teenager s Rape-Atop Mast

l&.ASOTeJ. Oct, 23 (UPI
Wllliani M. Pettit, 33-year-old
flagpole sitter,- today faced
charges of statutory rape -of a
15-year-olci girl ktop a1. 621 oot
Xlagpole. ' .v.
According to- the charges, the
Incident took place more than
' a, month ago while Pettit was
pending 65 days on the pole
an' advertising stunt.
His living quarters on the pole
consisted of a 4X5-f oot platform,
covered W m. awning which he
could, let ,down around; himself
t:lghtJ:'ftj;;2:. -7
. therewas os ladder, and ap-
Animal Loyers
Launch Society
Tq Ban Cruelty
Attn first meeting of the newly
roBi.d supietv for the Preven-

V tion of Cruelty to Animals, held ia
the Tivoil Guest House, th board
' r dii-ptor votert unanimously

; , open its7 membership to anyone in in-v
v in-v teresied in the purposes tof the so-
.Vciety.!..'t''- V Jr.

i Although membership (fwm not De
' timltod tn Canal Zone residents,

tte society will' restrict: its .activi-
ties totne canal zone oniy n

? At this 5 meetim iti was decided

to draw-up a consutuuon ana or
. law ftsf submission to -the direc

7 ; trir at the. next meetins. which

will be held" on Nov JO in the CiviJ
;;,airs,uUding.r.!?xc;;:V. ''' f.

', une memDers ot me Doara are;
; V i tady Phyllis t Mary Henderson,
' Mrs.. Truman '.Hi Landoiu Mrs

pc:. : George5; Wales; Philip. ; L Dade,
Maj.-B, A. Dardea, Bishop R..H,
Goodeir, Rev. S Murphy,. C.
r ,! M.( Capt.'' Warner S. Rodimon,
USN, and Rabbi Natham ;Witkiiu
'.;. Mrs. iThelmn M. Jamison -was
i elected chairman and Mrs. 'Berts
j t IkLewisv;was electect ; secretary
'. v 'i trusurpr at the first mpptinl?- ?'

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U N Day Tomo rrow

i : The Bsha'li' of She" XJanal f Zone
: ; will join with. the Bana'i com mu mu-"
" mu-" ity of Panamjr City in: observing
I k& United 'Nations Day. at 8 p.m';to-
t j; it morrow at the Baha'i Center in
ji,'tbe El Carmen district.;
m0 'J' Speakers on th progiram will

the Work- of the iJnited 'Nations, Panama newspapers and the ; Assemblyimen themselves, tew J franked postage which, when, fill fill-,
, fill-, and Free Berestp who will -give : that this practice is a violation of one of the provisions ef ; led in and mailed, will A bring a
f rtoe-Bahat 'Viewpoint of the Unit-J :'? the memorandum of ttnderstastUnft fWek .aaofal4 .hfc!Jprmi.tply.teu
f k;X ed Nations; v;.'.k ;;:: H1 ;-,',.:i955"Panama-U.S,: treaty.,:), .'f-'r tflr', WvVW tnoU- ,Vi,

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parentis the girl was raised; to
the platform by a rope .Pettit
used to haul up food.
- The incident came to Might
when a. relative of. the girl spot spotted
ted spotted Petit on the street yester yesterday
day yesterday and beat him severely about
the head; Charges were filed
later.
The g'irl signed ; a statement
admitting that she consented to
relations with Pettit.
. However, in case of statuto statutory
ry statutory rape involving a minor, con consent
sent consent is not an issue.
Her parents said they knew
she had been seeing Pettit and
had ordered her to stay away
from him.
Panama Abattoir
Will Soon Ship
Beef To States
Only a few details. are left to
be worked out for the National
ADattoir to begin exporting
meat to the United states, Paul
Gambottl, president-manager of
the local slaughterhouse .firm,
saza Toaay.
Gambotti said the abattoir
would begin exporting meat to
the U.8. whether it got a subsi
dy: rrom the newly-formed Pan Panama
ama Panama Cattle Institute or not.
He said 20,000 lbs. of dressed
meat would be exported to the
United States around the end of
this month,;, m; special ; 100-lb
packages,. .. :' ; r

Ministers Moreno, Boyd To Appear
Before Assembly On Potter Issue
,.';." Farther ;:eharies;i
week by Canal Zone Gov. W. : E; Potter are etpected to. be
aired in the National ABwmblf thto; afterMOii; j..?&'
V result of remarks made recently by Potter on the
v Canal Zone's right to purchase wherever it wanted to if the
price and the quality is right, two cabinet ministers have
been summoned to appear before ,the. Assembly this after-
s' ?. Foreign Minister Miguel J. Moreno, Jr., and Agriculture
and industries Minister Alberto Boyd have been requested
by the Panama solons to appear to explain what steps are
being taken by. the administration regarding the Canal
.Zone's occasional purchases of choice : beef "from New Zea Zealand
land Zealand nd Australia.,' rt,.'' V'-':;"'V -:'v
Th official Panama viw. which Is sunoorted bv some

Unlu'cky

Brig. Gen j John A.. Barclay,
commander of the Army ballistic
missile agency : at. Huntsville,
Ala.r sald there was ."somedif -ficulty
with the upper stages" of
the launching vehicle but "we
haven't determined -precisely
what went wrong."
Dr. Jack Froehlich of the jet
propulsion w laboratories at the
California institute of Techno Technology
logy Technology said that the transmitter In
the pay load "'started giving ab
normal signals after about: 110
seconds, but we 'don't know
whether this was caused by dif
ficulties in the transmitter-' or
the rocket."
It was the 13th satellite
launching attempt since the
first Navy Vanguard blew up
just off the launching pad last
Dec. ?, and the try proved bit bitterly
terly bitterly unlucky.
If the gleaming inflatable bal
loon had gone into orbit. Amer
icans would have been able to
point to a man-made 'moon that
rivaled in brilliance "thi stars
of the 'Rig JDipper.".
436-Year Tradition
May Swing Election
VATICAN CITY, Oct. 23 (UPI)
-Vatican sources ; predicted to
day the conclave, of. cardinals
would uphold a 438-year, tradl
tlort and elect an Italian Pope..
, Russian-born Gregory.- peter
Cardinal Agaglanian of Armenia
was the only one .of the 3? non
Italian cardinals believed to
have any ; chance at 'all to be
named at the conclave .opening
here Saturday, The main factor
in his favor was his close asso
elation with the Roman curia.

Let th$ ptoplp know the trulh and the country-U taja" Abraham UhcoW

Roderick Jo Deliver, Main
Address At TR Centennial

The acceptance of assistant Secretary of the Army Georce
H. Roderick to deliver' the principal address at Roosevelt centen centennial
nial centennial dedication ceremony at Balboa Heights on Noy; 15 was an announced
nounced announced today by the centennial committee.
This ceremony will be the climaxing event in V week-lonr
program which has been arranged in homage to Theodore Roose Roosevelt.
velt. Roosevelt. On this occasion a bust of the famous American President
wiiLbe nnveUed in the rotunds of the Administration Building

The bust Js being donated by.address when the Roosevelt bust

Edward A. 'Bacon, deputy as
sistant' Secretary of the Army
who formerly was intimately
connected with Panama Canal
affairs for several years as spe special
cial special consultant in the office of
Ik. Cifinlini j nfth' Armv
TVi ''. Ra t.nrrt a v mnrnlnir nro-
gram will also be featured by
the formal presentation of a
plaque to the Panama Canal as
one ot the seven, civil engineer engineering
ing engineering wonders of the Jnited
States. The plaque will be pre presented
sented presented In behalf of the Amer American
ican American Society of Civil Engineers
by Francis F Frlel, president ol
the society. ..
The Announcement by the
Canal Zone centennial commit committee
tee committee that Roderick will speak
follows; !'.".,...
"The committee arranging the
Theodore Roosevelt centennial
year program in the Canal Zone
is pleased to announce that the
Hon. George VH." Roderick, as
sistant Secretary of the Army
and chairman of the Panama
Canal Company board of di directors,
rectors, directors, will make the principal
t f i t 1 1
l ccn tut Fnzo4-'
winner Announu
By Youth Assn.
The Pacific Youth Association
today announced the winners of
prizes avme teen iair iieiu iMv.,
Friday and Saturday. (
Winners on the second eve-i
ning are as follows: first, prize.
of 'a portable TV set; Miss Joyce
ttugnes; Kouna trip uwtet io
Medeiun. Jtsveiyn narnngion,
Balboa; third prize of three
child's portraits, E. L. Phelan,
Box 3?8, saiooa.
other ; prizes,; p r e s e t n e a
through-out 'the evening .were:
two dinners at Sky Chef, J. L.
Hummer, Box 125, JBalboa ; two
dinners at El Panama miton,
M. E. Walker, Box 711, Balboa;
two dinners at the Atlas Gar Garden,
den, Garden, A. Hutchings, Box 642, Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; insurance policy, E. Stoak Stoak-ley,
ley, Stoak-ley, Box 303, Balboa, shampoo
and set at Genell's beauty shop,
H. M. Meyer, Box 312, Rodman;
18 cold wave at Arturo's beau-
ty parlor, Maude Clinchard, Box
X, Balboa Heights; shampoo
and set at Balboa beauty shop,
W. Edmondson, Ancon; shampoo
and set and scalp treatment at
Arturo's beauty salon, M. Vio-
lette, Box 282, Balboa; -10 per
manent wave at the Balboa
beauty shop, Ticket No. 2366,
Box 2007, Balboa Heights; per permanent
manent permanent wave at the l'.M.C.A.
beauty shop, Oscar Jolinscr,
Box 316, Diablo; doll named
"Linda Herring," Mrs. V. R.
Dunning; two trips, to San Bias
islands by Manuel Dlei, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-6699; six months sup supply
ply supply of Coca Cola (24 cases'.
E. Caldwell and a large stuffed
elephant, H. M. Meyer, Box 312,
Rodman.
The tren fair committee also
expressed v gratitude for the
cooperation and support of the
various S business firms and
establishments 1 which tribjted
to make the fair a success, and
to the members i of 'the com
munity who gave their time and
labor. M'.;.;-.'-,, ,''..:v
USCA' Reveals
US Has New Form
For Vpting Data
The 'United Stated Citizens As Assorts.
sorts. Assorts. lpn announced .'touiiy 'mat
the Federal government has is issued
sued issued a special form enabling citi citizens
zens citizens abroad to ascern their ab absentee
sentee absentee voting procedure.
The, Association issued a state statement
ment statement today explalningi that every
U.S. resident abroad has the right
to vo e but they must vote in their
home state.':. r.v-ij.!,-..-',,;.;,,,;,
: Since the t requirements differ
from state to state, the association
cannot give; details. However, by
applying to. their personnel Of Offices;,
fices;, Offices;, civilians and servicemen
can ob'ain a form complete with

is dedicated on Saturday mnrn

ing, Nor, 15, at Balboa Heights.
'The committee i' considers it
particularly fitting that Mr
Roderick appear ias principal
speaker at this ceremony. Not
only js he a long-Ume admirer
oi ineoaore Roosevelt, he is
closely connected-K with the
enterprise which was so close
to the heart of the American
being honored ort -this occa occasion.
sion. occasion. "Roderick Is an accomplished
pubdc speaker and he Is widely
known on the Isthmus. As the
Chairman of the Canal Com a a-ny
ny a-ny s board, he has visited here
pn numerous occasions., No one
in public Hie today, has a wider
knowledge nor has displaved a
deeper interest in the Panama
Canal than Mr. Roderick.
"His acceptance of the com committee's
mittee's committee's Invitation to appear on
this notable occasion Is a fur further
ther further : assurance ofu compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive and InteresUng bro-
tn man hf,se Kfeat
he Include the biAldinc
o?
w Aiiiriiin. onri
wwr Doxer
6eb; Slel Fenders X
For Locks Squeeze
. i
Actlvitjr at Pier 18 in Balboa
heightened considerably : today
preparations were' -made to
outfit the Navy aircraft Boxer
ior ner voyage through the Ca
nai tomorrow.
The 31,000 ton SUDDOrt carrier
was fitted with J
KiS'I

vessel will b. ahi, .ffimJlry evacuation soon of

tnrougn the locks.
The Boxer, which! is being
transferred from San Diego to a
new home port on the East
uoast, is the fifth U.S. warship
to carry the name. The carrier
figured prominently in the In
chon landings
during the Ko-
rean conflict.
The brief stop-over in Balboa
gave many of the crew their first
glimpse of the Isthmus, and pro-'
vided an opportunity for renew renewing
ing renewing old acquaintances. The Box Boxer's
er's Boxer's commanding officer, Capt.
Irvin L. .Dew, made a courtesy
call yesterday on Rear Adm. Geo,
Wales, commanding officer "bf
the Fifteenth Naval District.
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THE LATEST ACQUISITION of the Canal Zone Police Is a patrol boat which will do a large
part of Its travelling on land. The boat aptly named El Paco, which means The Cop in Span Spanish
ish Spanish is to be regularly berthed at the back of Balboa Police Station among the police cars
and motor cycles, When It Is needed, Policeman William T "Bed" Nail (above)-captain of El
Paco will drive it on a trailer to the piece of water concerned, launch it and sail away. The
Idea of a speedboat on wheels, police axplained today, Is economy and speed of operation. They
have Madden Lake, Balboa Harbor and sections bf the Canal to patrol and Instead of having
three boats, as they used to El paco will do all the work. In. Canal patrols, El Paco will not
have to negotiate locks s she drives found the ni. The boat is a iThuhderbird Ger6nimo model
with ah outboard motor and with a capacity of six people. To any would-be criminals smug smugglers
glers smugglers or dope peddlers among the Balboa. Yacht Club fraternity who think they can outstrip

El Paco, the police say,
veaied its speed.

4 4 1
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DICK BENNETT
Mother Receives
Word Bennett
Back Home Safe
An American mother In Pan Panama
ama Panama heard this afternoon that
her son; Charles R. Bennett who
was captured by Cuban rebels
Monday, has been returnediaf e e-ly
ly e-ly to his home in Santiago, Cu Cuba.
ba. Cuba. His mother,; Mrs. DoriiBen DoriiBen-nett,
nett, DoriiBen-nett, received a cable frpm Cu
ba, saying. 'VM-rlved -fejse- Nile
and" well., Love-; Dick. 7 ,J"
Mrs. Bennett received a mes
sage last night which' her son
had managed to send while still
in captivity, telling her not to
worry. This mesf age came
through the local office of the
Texas OH Company, for whom
Bennett works as maintenance
engineer at a huge hew refinery
In Santiago. 4 b 1
His wife. Sue., had turned a
deaf ear to pleas by Mrs. Ben
nett to come to .Panama with
their two-and-a-h'ftlf-year-old
son, and said she would wait for
5onn? 8ai ne.
1 ner nusoana s reiurn.
Reports from Washington to
all U.S. families In Oriente be because
cause because of increased rebel activity.
Bennett, who Is 35 and known'
by most people as "Dick," was
captured close to the refinery
with another American and
seven Cubans. He has been at
the refinery for two years, and
took part in its constBuctiori He
was born in Guatemala and ed educated
ucated educated in California, graduating
from the Institute of Technolo Technology
gy Technology in Pasadena. r
Smiling after the good news,
Mrs. Bennett said today, "he was
brought up among revolutions.
When we were in Honduras dur during
ing during his boyhood, there.were 14
uprisings.'

- r it r r, j 1 V

H u "one w.,Uie, iastest boats on tne

Leaders

US-Nationalist
Anti-Red Policy

TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 23 (UPI) The United Statei'
and Nationalist China today linked the defense off the"
offshore islands with the defense of Formosa itself an!

expressed hope for the peaceful liberation of the Com
munist held Chinese mainland.

" juini communique issuea ar end ot the three days
of talks between Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
and Generalissimo Chiana Kai-shek reaffirmed rh enli

darity of the two nations in the face of renewed Commu
nst aggression the new bombardment of Quemoy.

1 communique rooic no note ot repeated rumors of
a rift between Dulles and Chiang officially denied by
spokesmen of both sides and attacked the Communists
for breaking the Formosa Strait ceasefire and turnindth ;
Dulles Chiang talks from peace to possible war. '.

The three days of conferences
"dealt largely with military as aspects"
pects" aspects" because the Communists
brokKthe ceasefire on the eve
of the. conference with a heavy
communique said.' The bombard
ment continued today almost
without letup. .
The. statement said It' had
been hoped that the Chiang Chiang-Dulles
Dulles Chiang-Dulles .conversations "could
hare been given to measures
which woulc" have contributed
to stabilizing the actual situa situation
tion situation of non-militancy."
The lotnt communique made
these other points:
"The two governments reaf reaffirmed
firmed reaffirmed their solidarity in the
face of the new Chinese Com
munist aetrression now rhani
festing Itself in the bombard
ment of the Quemoys."
"U was recognized that
under present .conditions the
defense of the Quemoys to together
gether together with the Matsus is
closely .related withi the de defense
fense defense of Taiwan, (Formosa)
and the Pescadores."
"The two governments took
note of the fact the Chinese
Communists with the backing of
the Soviet Junlon avowedly seek
to conquer Taiwan, to eliminate
Free China and to expel the
United States from the Western
Pacific, generally compelling the
United States to abandon its
collective security arrangements
with the free countries of that
area. This policy cannot possi
bly succeed."
"The United States recog
nlzes the Republic of China is
the authentic spokesman for
Free China and of the hopes

v

isthmus." But tney nave not re-;

Reaffirm

nd aspirations entertained by
pie ; Chinese pee-
?,feaiRiders that
l. vj, : 1 TWi-fcMi'iHMU -IbiJ
zlz. vaiuun believes th
twtimon of this mission re-
?iLa'mtad n hearts of
vximese people.
Hungarians Refuse
Safe Conduct For
To Rome
WASHINGTON, Ott. 23.(UPD
The United SUtes said today
it would continue harboring Jo Josef
sef Josef Cardinal Mlndszenty in tht
US. Legation at Budapest de-'
spite Hungary's charge this It It-mounted
mounted It-mounted to "gross interference"
In Hungary's affairs. !';
The State Department ,,late
yesterday acknowledged Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary had rejected an American American-relayed
relayed American-relayed request that Mlndszen Mlndszenty
ty Mlndszenty be given safe conduct out. of
the country to attend the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming meeting of the Roman
Catholic cardinals. The Sacred
College of cardinals had re requested
quested requested the Hungarian govern-i
ment be asked to grant Cardinal
Mlndszenty safe conduct Ho at attend
tend attend the conclave of the Sacred
College of cardinals to partici participate
pate participate in the election of a Pope
department spokesman Lincoln
White said. "The Hungarian je
Jection of this request har iust
been received." ;
White said he knewYno
plans to ask the Hungarian gov government
ernment government to reconsider its refus refusal.
al. refusal.
The Hungarian rejection note,
announced in Budapest yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, charged trie United Statea
with "gross interference" hi at attempting
tempting attempting to secure Mindszenty'g
trip to the historic VaticarXJon VaticarXJon-clave.
clave. VaticarXJon-clave. But White saM he under understood
stood understood the Hungarian cBareei
was levelled at the entire .ues-
uon 01 granting the. Carnlnal
refuge. ;
Another Seroeant
Faces Court Trial.
FT. JACKSON, S. C (UPD A
second non-commissioned officer
of a Ft. Jackson training Com
pany faced a court-martial to
day on charges of mistreating
recruits, similar to those t h a t
brought conviction Tuesday q th
company iirsi sergeant.
Sfc. Charles L. Moman. 21, of
F.mnirA Ala will .ha.
chsi-ges of forcing indignities W
trainees of Company B, 4(h BaU
talion, 1st Training' Regiment. His
at orney, Willia mi U. Townsend,
was expected :; ia st a- de ay to

prepare me case; .more,, luuyv?! H-,

-M. agi. ueorm oyie, Of ug- 1
densburg. N.Y.. ; .was f cofivicted

Tuesday ol bharges that deluded

forcing a. recruit to' eat a ,dqllae vl
bill and ordering three rcru'iM to ;l

mess hall grease ran, ; Heif rf '?
sentenced to a. reduction in '.-grade i

to swsesnt first, class Jrom'm- f
ter sergeant and finedL.,.$II.',iiv'

"; ,AHi V-'T:,; :c . a month ior six months. v
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Sir
I riiYri twni tinssei wit' a miehtv

I Dat we did get a bum steer irom out of New Zealin!
On Panama side dey don't care wat the facts is
- An' lose sight of de one de one dat I does pay taxes!
I don't give a quatty who does grow all de meat
Just so long as de beast does prove fit to eal.
But don'ts point to a bone an' tell me its meaty
Because of the fine print dat comes in the treatyl
Hikes me choice cuts, but dat don't mistake
I'm talkin' de rump de shank an' de tenderloin steak.
I tan't spend me whole life jus' chewin' on grisel
Dajuresemble de flavor of de new guided missel!
.. Be -whole native bull doan have enough fat
r To full up to de brim one size even hat.
fS&Jttm tkm is hoT on wif a bag full of tricks
An fill right to- groiin when dey picks off the ticks!
:-
?.Sowhy dey doesn't get smart, and start in to boxin'
sAn shippin' 'cross sea all de tough native oxen?
itlBut jus leff me alone wit' me meat balls sn' gravy,
WAj' sell you dam beef to de Switzerland Navy!
vm- f
Steered Up.

COCOLI
Sir:

T i. UBi... fMail Tlnv fW 91 VT hava tn"iT it Is

getting tiresome tp read so many letters about Cocoli Bingo. It aeems
a ifc everybody decided to open fire against this place,
, Hram a bingo fan and always go to bineo where I get, or at least
Hhaff'a chanffe to get food money. Lately Cocoli is giving the higher
prizes of all olaces where bnn is played on the Zone and the crowd is
iRnereasing ni?ht after nisht. They explain how many cards were sold
$nChow much was taken for exoenses and how much thev will
Sayr?o if "Bingo Fan" wpuld only oav attention and stOD his vaketv
yaOi"k yak about other people's business, he would know what is
oint"Ji pnd would not have to bother other players inouiring how
mucjre thev raving; Thev have the has. Cantata's-oermission and
thev,wl have large rrO'd Ion? as th" nay well. W" so ron ron-cerned
cerned ron-cerned about them keeping the money? If he howled "Bingo he
wouM Wet hi monv. .
4 looks, like oth-r.tlaoe( which have Bingo the same n'tfhts Co Co-eoli
eoli Co-eoli do are trHn to do their darn tet he crowd. Id" believe
most'V the talk comin? from h "Beo Bes" and not from tie
si&'mtv Fans." I nlav at almost il te olsces that have bico on the
rf?nji-is. and I am quite sure Cocoli is the best place I have ever
flAU this vaketv yak yak yak that is going around must be coming
r-frOm a certain group of individuals who have lost their $4 if they
iVf one card, or $8. if thevy plav two cards, and have not hollered
'Bjngo" for a long time. Perhans "Bmco Fan", is one of the rodiyi rodiyi-'
' rodiyi-' uai who tret free cards by taking them home in their big pocket
ECboP that look like a market basket.
NkTathe group that is running the Cocoli bingo, I ay just keep up
"wonderful work and I know the large crowd will continue to in-

DIABLOS AND DEVILS AND THINGS

to thcMiil Box. the

Witl AH undtstlowd number anas, baboons, hyenas, and halfwits.
lvherrthM hings hans OuHhe majority oi the week, or ho
teJhey Witt be here, or when they will decide to migrate, is any any-bddVs
bddVs any-bddVs guess. However, of primary interest right now is the fact
thill; we have them amongst us.
!ilappears that this collecUon of things crawls out of its dens
on 'Friday nights and gathers in the Diablo theater for the late
FhdsfJWhv they have decided to gather m the theater at 10:30 p.m.
Fridaya is beyond my wildest imagination. Certainly not to see
andliear the movie. Because the minutes the liehts are turned off,
thelteaction from this aathering of things is frightening.
Squeaks. 'grunts, jabberine, whistling, and a varietly of other
noises generally associated with the tvpe of animals above mention mentioned.
ed. mentioned. This noise continues throughout the movie and until the ligh.s
are t"rned on. , ,.
Why do vou suppose, do the management or local police autho authorities
rities authorities not put a stop to it? I believe I have come up with the answer.
I believe a treaty of some other form of an agreement has been
made with these things wherebv we are expected to tolerate them
one night each week in return for peace and quiet from Ihem the
rest of time. It either that, or the authorities are just plan scared
to fool with them. , it ,.
Just about anv dav or night of the week there is a least one police
officer dropping in at the Diablo clubhouse from time to time.
But vou won't see one sticking his head in the theater.
Perhaos we can consider ourselves fortunate in that we have
this to put un with onlv one night each week. I hate to think what
it would be like everv night. The thing that makes me wonrVr where
thev come from, after attending the late movie Friday night, is the
complete disregard thev show other people. Also the ridiculous and
deplorable way in which they conduct themselves in public
I imagine that thev are denned up somewhere around here, and
I ean imagine what their den is like. The older ones have long since
lost whatever parentalcpn',ol they ever had, and now cower in the
. tk.TWwtfiemmia Ttia mrnt art veiled at. mm-

curners ansj 111111 uicu vuaytiu.
ped at, clawed at. and otherwise
dren conduct themselves mat way
at home?
ti 1 : 1 1 1
week? When will they decide to
just tne uiawo meaier on rnu.y
The time has come to act. I
1 1 t L tT J 17..
things, or, get together and raise
.1 a

come oown nere. ... ... .
Itf is-evident that the local police authorities don't have the
answer. If they do, they sure are keeping it away from Diablo.
I?e been around a good many years, and I've been in. a num number
ber number 'Wf places, but never have I seen uch a mess as prevailed at
the Diablo theater last Friday night. Nor to little being done about
such a mess.
There has been much controversy over Darwin's theory that
inanvolved from the aoe. Well, the ape tendencies sure came
uttn, that bunch of brats Fridav night. Send em back to the jungle,
6;4hre is no telling what will become of us.

Wit
TELEVISION
lit

H 1 suggest iiiai. iv rii mau dux, wh. in; ciwici lurcu
l 'at the beginning of the television day. or the end of the broad broad-t
t broad-t tasting day. If he does, he will without a doubt hear, as I have
in the past, the statement "that all programs shown on the
I -Armed Forces and Television stations are donated by the apon-

1 sors of the programs to the Department of Defense at no cost,

i lor the information, education

1 and their families overseas."
There have, are, and will be times when I see programs I
' am -not overly fond of, including programs three to five years
old. When one of these programs appears on the screen, I usual usually
ly usually find that it is time for me to shower, fix lunches for the
next day, or read a book that I have been trying to get too
for the past week. As for the responsibility of the program di directors
rectors directors at CFN for not changing these "poor" programs, they
have little to do with the selection of programs that arrive for
showing. Of course if "TV Fan" would prefer to look at a blank
screen for an hour or two,, perhaps he could change their sys system,
tem, system, y
I have enjoyed the Mall Box most of the time, but it Irri Irritates
tates Irritates me a little to read some of the gripes, when a few well well-directed
directed well-directed questions by phone could correct misconceptions of
, which there have been several. I do not work at or for CFN,
but 1 am a serviceman and I feel that If the show "Divorce
Court," by reason of its being seen, can keep a home from
; breaking up (and there are several such each day here In Zone)
I say that the show deserves a big pat on the back. The same
for Traffic Court. If it scan prevent one accident from happen-
, ing, It has done a magnificent job.
' 'At this time, may I remind "TV Fan" that if he is not in
; the, military service, he is not intended, technically, to see or
) enjoy these television shows.. -, t
v -- Be My Guest

so
l BO

14 M
MOUT'
stranse feeling'
BINGO
general public can hereby be ad-
-
kicked around. Because if the chil
in puoac, wnai eisr cuum u ue e
. ...
flfirv ta -filar nn niffhr. a rn
take over everything, instead of
nisms t
have two suggestions: either set
A ilAMatiAna 4if m n1 -fvt fl-iattiai
some money to have Clyde Beatty
Theater Patron.
PROGRAMS
and entertainment or servicemen

By VICTOR K1ESEL
NEW YORK Seldom ran it

be written that charity lund, rais
ers look a gin none in the mouth
even if it be driven bv a Team
ster hear na havv rash -iAnn-tiniic
Apparently the United Cerebral
raisy lommmee or iew ioru
nas misread tne Apostle Feter
and revised the Bible to read that
charity covers the multitude ol
sinners.
For last Thursday night a crip crippled
pled crippled child sat through Cerebral
Palsy fund-raising banquet jointly
cnnnsrtrrt Kv ihm nufflt' an4 tk
Teamsters. The lad -finally gof
hri chance f p thank the gay over overflow
flow overflow crowd at the Hotel Commo
dore nut ,not until the same
Teamsters', hand, after turning li
ver S50.000 to. Oia rharitv win
one-two slap at the Federal
couns, ine u.s. senate's racket
Dusting committee, the monitors o
ver the union, and Genre Mea-
ny, president-of the AFL-CIO. The
lad merely took his -cue from his
elders on the Cerebral Palsy Com Committee
mittee Committee -who sat auietlv there nn
the dais right through it all.
The aroma of unsweetened char
ity and a densely-packed crowd
must have confused the United
Cerebral Palsy officials. Thev for forgot
got forgot that the national AFL-CIO, at
George Meany's direction, plues
their charity over. the. AFL-CIO's
coast-to coast radio bradcats
which have 300 outlets across the
land.
But it should at least be reoort-
ed that at this testimonial .dinner
to James Hoffa s close friend,
New York Tesmster chief Johnnv
O'Rouke, the New York Teamo lo-
csls rareri 50 times as much for
Cerebral Palsy in one night as the
teamsters' national headquarters
has given to all charities in six
months.
The Teamo national headquar headquarters'
ters' headquarters' financial statement reveals
that in the six months period end ending
ing ending June 30, 1958. thev donated
$1,831.72. .to public causes.' But
then charity does begin at home
to these boys. The same financial
statement lists the total of leeal
fees as $198,706.58 and public re
lations costs as $29,282.01 in that
same six-month period.
While the United Cerebral Pal
sy people fidgeted on the dais
Jim Hoffa and series of nat-i-al
Teamster leaders spoke, of their
own sufferings, too. This came as
a surprise to many. For in all the
weeks that the testimonial fund
raising dinner had been publiciz publicized
ed publicized in subway cards and posters,
not a single critic of the Team
sters had spoken out against the
venture1 There was; a firm belief
that there 'Would b no trespass trespassing
ing trespassing the bounds of charity.
that this would be merely a fund-
raising dinner for the sole pur
pose of helping afflicted kids.
Thee was this tacit understand understanding,
ing, understanding, though it was known that
the hall would be oacked with vet veterans
erans veterans of the McClellan wars. And
packed in with them,' spilling out
of the upper and lower sections or
the main ballroom of the hotel
and into an auxiliary ballroom,
were many of the local leaders of
the big towns AFL-CIO organiza organizations
tions organizations from which the Teamsters
had been expelled.
These AFL-CIO chiefs who turn turned
ed turned out for the testimonial to John Johnny
ny Johnny O'Rourke represented locals
from at least 19 international u-
nions. They ranged from spokes
men for the Construction Trades
Unions to officials of the Hotel
fand Restaurant Trades, of Theatri
cal and Stage Hands Union lead
ers to Operating Engineers chiefs,
They sat and gaily drank and
broke bread with leaders of out
fits expelled from the AFL-CIO
such as the Bakers, the Long
shoremen and, of course, the
Teamster.
They sat right through the lonr
attacks on their national leader
George Meany. Nor were these
merely pnuosopmcai pnrases nun
ed at the AFL-CIO. Meany wat
attacked personally. The insult.--
were as high as the whisky nc'
sort bottles. But no one budged.
Many of the union officials whr
came were of the old line. Their
old buddy was being honored by
a committee of his peers and
followers. They could have donat
ed their money directly to the
charity. Yet they came and sat
and testimonialized while their own
leder, George Meany was being
Tillified in the name of charity
It is ironic that in a few days,
in the same hotel, soma of the
men who heard Meany attacked
will be sitting with him. planmng
strategy against the Teamsters,
These are the same leaden who
complain constantly that tht press,
the miNic and the Congress is not
carefully distinguishing between
tk -iod and the bad unions,
tt -an you tell without a score-
csrd?
wmmmm
1
FOOT ITCH
CCQUQDEDD
. yTir ,Mt ,teh h thM th.y
"arly djiv ru oracy? Oeaa .ha ikla
t yoar (aat Brack and m17 Tha raal
auaa of thaa foot treublaa it a rarm.
n tht aJlmant a known b "any
f thaao troublao you Wo to kui tho
f ormi that eauto thorn. Tho naw
K'w"t Uod NIxM.nn ovoraomaa
tho ltchlnt, killing tho t.rm.
aoothl Bar your fooC hlxaaarm al.O
aoothoa Itehlnf in otubborn eaoaa of
f'f!,La." ?n o tho
m

Walter Wincheli

MAN AIOUT TOWN
The Cary Grant-Betsy Drake "in-
tirt" it art or! in Snain 2 vears a-
co. A noted Italian actress. .

Sherman Adams next job wililuouiu, vec-p ot General

pay $75,000 per annum. Three na-
tionally known firms want to em-
nlnv h. hr.inc Thi wppWs
ploy his brains. . .This week's
Hock Hudson item is Joan juoy juoy-lan,
lan, juoy-lan, coast college gel. .Don't In
itio the Same canoe: laiiu-
lispuoia ueOf pue pi.
M "Crazy October which folded
out of-town. .Ex Ambassador
William O'Dwyer and Brigette Ron Ron-land
land Ron-land tete-a-dated at the Green
Lantern. She's the dolly exiled
King Simeon (Bulgaria) came here
to woo. .Many months ago Mrs.
Errol Flynn saw attorneys about
ending, things, but Errol wouldn't
cooperate-Now he wants his
freedom ta&she is playing it
cool. I .Several fur coats were
wined frrtm'y Alv Khan'a East
S5th Street hnie during a party
quietly checking the guests. ..Now
whv wnuM .Tamil Ttproorap and
Dorothy Malone- try to keep their
auegea souo-voce merger secret
The TntArnatinnal.t- V Sinatra
(curtsy and all) will be present
ed to Her majesty at nezt montn s
Royal Command Film Perf. .
Princes Mare's new "steartv"
(they say) is Capt. Courtley Cun-
tner ot tne unaaisn Air Minis Minis-treh.
treh. Minis-treh. Close fwend of Capt. Petah
Townsend . .Baron von Cramm
(Babs Hutton's husband) just got
a Rolls Royce from her. Though
separated most of the time, she
I A LI- 11. tt
ieeis more comionaDie wun mm
than anv nf hpr vnnnircr eccnrtt
. .Pakistan UN Ambassador Prince
Alv Khan will have to pay ex-
wif Rita Havwnrth frnm
his
funds in Switzerland, which does
not belong to the U.N. His diplo
mauc immunity is wortniess tnere
.Asked in Rome. if shed wed a
am. Zsa-Zsa rpnliprl: "Dahleftnff
who could afford" me?"
Adlal Stevenson's associate. Wm
McCormick Blair, and Cathy Jelke
are making sweet harmony. .
's Bov for the Georee Harris'
of Time-Life. .Peggy King's new
works for Plavhov matr
Carol Sanz, kin of the -late Pres
oxas (of tne FmunDinesl. and
Summer. Moulton (an ad man on
Madison) were slated to be unit-
rt in Greenwich over thp wppW.
end. Kent annnn niiiet. .Tnhn Tra.
land's latest flame is red-haired
iiliry Franks, a fashion model.
. .The building at 120 E. 56th has
a problem. Staffs for Israeli an.l
Arab Republic are housed there.
They won't share the same eleva elevator.
tor. elevator. The starter runs the car ex express
press express to keep them anart. .Wag .Wagner.
ner. .Wagner. Electric will make big news
today. A new safety brake for
heavy truqks.
The Washington Wire: Insiders
say the Quemoy ceasefire was
"forced" byva; secret U. S. Wea Weapon
pon Weapon on Nationalist planes. This
missile rarely misses the target.
Tha Ttd Phltrosn cr r1ai wnrn
upset when this missile doVned
a pc. or meir manes. . ine rei rei-tagon
tagon rei-tagon expects the next "s mall
war" tn ornnt In Sniithaf km'a
. .Intelligence Dets are he'' o
tne new h qusner ot s. if
Mexico. .Our next Postmaster Postmaster-General
General Postmaster-General mv be a female. .Izz't
true that Felix Browder. son o
the former Cfmr"nlt Prty chief
over here,, got Gov't naH fellow fellow-shin
shin fellow-shin from r Nat'l Sc'enp Foun Foundation?.
dation?. Foundation?. "iVm next: meeting
the ton TJ. 5. Re'ts wil), be on th
first Dec. wk-end.
"World W Snl Won" alreadv
hss a lre fe"4 smon the cast.
Sarah Marshall Is unhanpv about
sharing a dressing room on th
vti floor wniie--wm. snatr"
(leadinf man) has two rooms
himself on stsge :'leve. .Audr
Meadows, being unlatched from
her Wash'-i'ton soo'ise. s in tune
with WMGM wee Rsv Katz. .
"Niht Cri fby the author ofi

In

hectic W-year romance of Baby
tiSKe anu a mehi club snowman
. .Mamie Van Daren, sextress,
j (. u i naie Men luck, ac-
Icordine to intimates.
.H. M.
Motors,
has been rushing Maria Palmer,
u.. .our witn "Tne Diary of Anne
Frank" enmathino f -..; r.n
Frank." snmpthinp tprrif Clpn
uevviti's ex-wite, pretty Claire K-le
ly, gave actor Perry Lopez a so-
l u gold love bracelet inscribed:
"Hands Off-He's Mine."
A former Armv naratronner now
in Veterans Hospital is the He
wno necame a She. '.Female
name: Tamara Rees. .Fiehtine
for her life after brain surgery.
. .Hear now, Mr. and Mrs: David
Craie (Nancy Walker). Shon be
ing Teen-agers! . .It's a Boy at
Lehoi' Hin hokfor the- r.:tiy r.:tiy-lor,
lor, r.:tiy-lor, jrs. Theliater-is a- veep at the
neraia iriDune. Moper was for formerly
merly formerly Jan. Martineau, once with
Harper's Bazaar. Ex-chamn
Jack Dempsey reports his life sa saga
ga saga is to be filmed via Jules Al Albert's
bert's Albert's guidance. .The district
attorney's office is intensifvine a
probe of alleged rackets infiltra
tion into the phone-answering bus.
. .After hoping for a dozen years,
the Ned Coros expect an Image
in the Spring. .Week's big event,
vent: Nat (King) Cole's return to
the Copa Thurzeve. .Showman
Lou Walters, who- gambled away
$100,000 in 5 years (at a midtown
actor's club) asked for a loan of
$100 there and was turned dow.
Sardi's regulars hear rumors di
vidine famed British sonewriter J
Kennedy and his wife, Constance
Carnenter. She understudied Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Lawrence 26 years. .Don't
invite oners star Maria "v-Tall-ai
and Alex Minotis to the same par-
I i. fTSl. T "a til M
i v. .inp ampii v wornnroe nr
Wall Street expect their 4tht
HBrtnMinn in f. mnfh. Th-
i- Nicholas Bentons were daughter-
grapnea. He's witn a Time, Inc.
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New
I publication. Also co-produced
London musical hit, "Salad Days,"
due here soon. Th now ni
"Epitaph for Georee Dillon a.
embraced' by. the Washington Post
0f singer BillV wmiam.'
dio exec RGraiW.V.T, it
U e"C ?n.VraiDger are SS CO
viiuk. .jxhs wiuiams. er-mato
dio exec Ron Grainger are as co cozy
zy cozy as spaghetti and meatballs.
Torch song star Johnny Gilbert
ana neiene DeBnta were seled
m Georgia Satdee. .El Rancho
t vegasj choreographer Barry Ash Ash-ton
ton Ash-ton married one of his dancers
last week ahd had it cnlvaftH vs.
ry next day. (And They Said It
Hottest Scandal in Town f-a
Bea Garfield, who got 60 days in
gaoi ior oemR a Moddom, 1s in a
pickle, ion.: .She ,h an aiiH.
rape pase,'iepdlng against a "New
T.... a J L t- . .
uaii xiuDi owner -m v mat
State. .Some network execs are
worried about th ihr nm
on the production end of one of
their major shows. .A hushed-uo
story star s Canadu;- stock-pro
moter who u stonH .it rin-.er'
wound in at the Gaiety delly, got
imo a Tijiic witn a counterman
and cut off (wo of the innocent
man's liners .Life )ma" ulan ulan-ning
ning ulan-ning a s-vr-'ao for a new hit nlaV
Was Shocked in find th -nil. 1a. a
backstacft fractured and scr !amiiig
lnconerent.'y
Federal .Tu.e Tr.in wiifmn
hearing the esse of the Waldorf's
mattre rr (U'aude Philippe) wan
once a dusdov and waiter at an
Adirondack Mt. resort Tinn't
miss the annual By-Lne Ball at
the Astor Nov. M St. Buddy Hsc-
kett chiefs an all-star show. JTh.e
Runyon Ftma rets part of the pro
ceeris. .Wr Veep 'learing that
PhvlllS Mr fJil ri tfven hjc har aia.
'vjlf hf
llfe- One of the best kept secret
1... t 1 -1 1. . I a
icis jiHucci irji ine man. in ner
in historv. .Humr? Fnndn'a Iav
ly ly daughter Susan and a weal
thv lumherm.in ar a now tnvath.
er. .Mrs. Les Paul (Mary Ford)
is mendin? at her Jersey ,' home
atter a ma scara n the hosn.
Judy Holjiday; at -a Gourmet So,
e'etv affair said; "I heliv tat
,ing is the best fun i. life." (Yeah?
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York

7 WASHINGTON TTiS i aiite

ena o uumoarton Avenue in an
aent Georgetown is sometimes re
ferred to as Vcolumnists row.',
i here. 1 within two hWk t f- a nY
othen i live Joe Alsop; columnis
w ue ew xoric Herald iriDun
sydcicate,' Molly Thayer, column
1st for the Washington Post, am
this writer."'-! --.r '- .v ...
VThe other day Joe Alsop wat
haVlRff it harl time attwatiMM ma.
lumn. Joe lives in a yeUow Moor-
isii uuuse, reminiscent ot wortn
fries, a type of architecture frown
ed on bv thit RMrntxm riiin
w it u viawM
Association which tries to preserve
U1B nu.imnpa or llenrem Waahinn
tpn's rs. However, Joe designed
it himself, and, being a. bachelor,
ne s the onlv on h ha t a.
tisfy. ,v . (...v.-.
Next door to rnlnmnlaf Atann la
the i Church Of Th Pninham. .aa
the reason the disUnguished col-
" w iiavius nara time
writing a column was the fact that
Dumbarton. Avenue- was crowded
with about 200 cats, dogs, para-
5cu, a coupie oi rabbits on leash,
one mule and mna turn v .
ina eruoue columnist had just
Come hart frnm PimaiMr Uar !)
bjaved Bed Chinese sheli-fire on
the beaches of Quemoy. But when
ne went ouiswe his door and start-
en across Dumhartnn in ha
treated. Quemoy was neve'r like
WIS
Cats w,r. u..
barkinr."the
driven . T in T.T
Was nervnua and
.a L j j u j.
decidedly not
housebroken.
Columnist Alson eot h.lfw.v
crow th .tr.-f
cross the street and then turned
?u45'..?e.,emcu ated Cbiang Kai-
Shek SUPolv thin under hs.va rAm
iiiuiusi lire, returning to the sheit
er of his hfflra ha mtntJI ..f.l.. V.
, omu ommgj be behind
hind behind a window, peering at the
scene.
Father Girard MeWilliami ...
tor of the church, was observing
the feast day of St. Francis of
Assist and blessinr the animals.
wun mm wss Esther T. Am Ambrose
brose Ambrose AtrillS rhairman n h n
, "--F ...... w4. me,
tholic. Study Circle for Anlmsl Wei-
iare in(wnaon.-it was the first
ume sucn a messing of the ani animals
mals animals had taken place in Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Some of the felines meowed un un-appreciatively
appreciatively un-appreciatively as Father McWil McWil-liams
liams McWil-liams sorinkloH hnlv nw
them. ''..
But none of. them seemed as
worried as the bachelor columnist,
just returned from shell-torn Oue Oue-moy,
moy, Oue-moy, who peered out the window
and wondered when he could get
back to wnrlr i.
DIPLOMATS IN SHORT PANTS
ine oiaie department will sena
some rMg-name athletes m Soufh
America to SllilH ffnnHibill an1 n
yercome Vice President- Nixon's
ui-raten tour. Theyu travel at the
taxoayers' expense,;: i 5 1 i, j (
Not traveling at the taxpayers'
exoense will tour the Harlem
Globetrotters; beginning iitHaTsns
Nov. 29. They'll play in Haiti,
the Dominican : Republic, Puerto
Rico: ,hine cities in, Brazil, six
games, in Argentina; .also eovei
Paraguay, Boliyia.- Peru, Ecuador.
Colombia, VeneioelS, Panama
Costa Rira Nicaramia ifatnilnraa.
Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico
an witnoui a-penny from the
taxpayer.- -. w a'.
Abe Saperstein's Globetrotters
have sometimes been called ;"A ;"A-merican
merican ;"A-merican diplomats in. short pants."
WHITi HOUSI GRAfiyiNi
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The rl'lt nf Sharman iamo
from government now makes it
oossi Die to tell the story of -two
Stenographers and the part thev
mayea m, trying to- Olocx Ricr
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President' airoin In -fas
;, yue f accreiiry is wary ourns. i
assistant to Sherman, Adams. The!
, One secretary is Mary ; Burns
Try cuddline un tn RiiraiV :
French actress .lulietln O.r let
Sporting a new chifichilln en
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,t mst people didn't. know it, but
" lavama-played a- quiet
part in the efforts to block Nix Nix-a
a Nix-a i nomination on the Eisen-
hower1 ticket in 1956.U ,. .,
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;urg Gettys-;urg when he got the peeo Ught
Jom.Ika on trying to round up
Republican; sentiment against Ni.
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tassen movement; Reason h.
was able to get away with this
secrecy was -Wk efficient secreta secreta-ry,
ry, secreta-ry, Mary Burns, and the. fact that
she was the roommate of- Millie
Coleman. r- v, ',.
vShermair Adams, ex-Governor of
New Hampshire, and Harold Stas-
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actborr to-actborr tThey cOuid- not easily
duck into each other's office. This
was partly because Stansen occU occU-pied
pied occU-pied n office across the street
from- the White HOuse to the dd
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wh-le Adams was in th- Whito
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secretary went home at
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cave to her roolnmate MilUe
Coleman, who iV tura relavid
them to Harold Stassen. This was
now the stop-Nixon movement was
carried, on.
-B V1? hm friendship conti-
,,?ib.etwe' tw. men wh0 had
mucn tn nn with auift:.-
hower in the White- House, but
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jciciVay to nave started a carck--dr"kenness
,in ..tiie So Soviet
viet Soviet UaCon '.;.. : :T
From now ori, only iano glass
toa customer in" 'a- restaurant.
. Khrushchev laid down the law
m- .speech to farmers and cit cit-Je"
Je" cit-Je" f r 8 BafiTa'dtitSge ?of
Kaitnoyka, m the Kurat Idistric ;
fonr dayssgo. TheV speeqh was
:mada avaflabitay.
Khrushchev, '' on, lis vway back
from a vacation f.and: speech,
making tour r to H the farmers
there was too .much, drunkenness
and' too many illegal stills in tho
.country. .j-Kr;' ;, ;
We mus p'roc'iaim vt.he sternest
struggle against drunkenness and
put-an end tw his ev"l." h9 said.
, 'For instance,, we shall intro introduce
duce introduce the following sfe ftr ef'-irs
in restaurants 1f 't customer
orders soiri he wil l b ser"ed
w'th One' glass.: A second glass
.will: b I forbidden." .rv
. He, said "people who want more
'han one drink would have, to go
fsom. restaurant, to ; restaurant.
; "Thev will sober uo as they go
irem. one: inotner," ne said.
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Supreme Court Agrees To Review
Contempt Convictions Of Ohloans
TOMORROW FRIDAY at 9;00; A. M.

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- by Erskina Johnso
HUifH Cmup-Jmt

SAN DIEGO NEA) Some Something
thing Something new has been added to Jit Jit-rilyn
rilyn Jit-rilyn Monro for her fist vmwe
in two years ' V.-,Y'
She not only hi a wiffle he i
got a shake ,- ;
But the shake, strictly behind
the scenei stuff, ii in her arms
and wrists and not where ; yon
may have been thinking. Marilyn'
nw shake is part of the "meth "method"
od" "method" the Paula Sixasberg' acting
"method" and Paula Js right nea
to the camera at Marilyn shakes
and shakes, warming up for her
scenes in "Soma like It Hot."
The Monroe arm and wrist
shaking before scenes is a ten tension
sion tension easer and relaxer which
Paula and hubby Lee Strasberg
suggest for all students in their
New York Ichool of acting. But
with Marilyn in a' bathing suitroa
the beach besidVthe sea' at the
Coronado Hotel, that shake 'n
wiggle combination was the most
startling event here since Thomas
Edison personally supervised the
hotel's electrical wiring system 75
years ago, ,.',-'; -'C-vv
THIRI COULD have bee a
bigger even on the beach at Co Co-ronado
ronado Co-ronado but Marjlyn said "No.";;
A local news photographer ht
the beach with a camera in one
h.n4 nil Vmnn 1n tha other. A
hhuu -wmv. "fvr
rmal imaffinatiVa fellow, he M&
an ideal i -- : "'
Could he take a phot ef Ma-,
rilynhoepins It. up. "Ivan W
ah doesn't know hew' he said
with a sly wink, "I'm sure she
would leern fast."
Well, I'll tell you the Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain around Marilyn almost crush crushed
ed crushed the poor guy. There was a
chorus of "Nos" from the film's
press agent, Marilyn's hubby Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Miller, drama coach Paula
and other Monroe career pilots
and the photographer finally left,
rolling his hoop in a sad, erratic
way.
I'm, sorry, too. Marilyn Monroe
inside a spinning hoop could have
been the photo of. the year and I
bow to San Diego's imagination.
Even if it didn't work.. There's no
doubt in my mind, however, -bout
Billy Wilder's "Some Bike It
Hot" being the comedy farce of
the year, what with Jack Lem Lem-Bion
Bion Lem-Bion and Tony Curtis running a-
way from gangsters, going through
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toaptta twAed Wteremy wen over w aegrees ana ppa ppa-Moy.
Moy. ppa-Moy. aOeeted too .Washing Kewt itbotogmphk .darkroom
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In Catholic Foreign Affairs Field

f VATICAN rrV, Oct B(TJPI)
k-Stefan Cardinal Wyssynski, Bo Bo-man
man Bo-man Catholic Primate of Poland,
to-aa expected today to propose
tew reforms in the handling of
thurch foreign affairs to eombat
the growing menace t tommu-
im- ..
Vatican observers tald 'Cardinal
TySfflrnski'idesira for power ;lo
act independently in dealings with
(Poland's communist government
Las one of the few known conflicts
(facing tha cardinals who will elect
a new Pope at the conclave open opening
ing opening here Saturday.
The Roman Cardinals, previous previously
ly previously led by Pope Pius XII, insist n
the Vatican's right to be the only
taiithnritv in. tha rhurch which can
hegotiate with other governments,
lie Holy Sea never ns ,recog ,recog-hiied
hiied ,recog-hiied church .state, agreements
reached between local' church of officials
ficials officials and governments in Poland
r elsewhere.
The Polish wlmata Wat- expect expect-Id
Id expect-Id to have the v support ; of ; other
powerful cardinals, particularly
some of the six French prelates.;;
The late Pope's rejection of the
French Worker Priest Movement
In which young priests donned ov-

eralls to work among tneur ioecrpisnnea for tne ocasion. :

In communist-dominated factories
still rankled with many church of
ficials in France.
Vatican observers said the great-
tr "internationalization" of the
College of Cardinals by Pope Pius
XII also was expected to weigh in
Cardinal Wysiynski's favor. A-
inong the 52 cardinals expected to
.-itteiidLtht'-ioacUtit: mlMim

three 'quarters of the film dis disguised
guised disguised as dolls named "Josephine"
and '"Daphne", who are just wild
about Marilyn. I'll get to hem to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow but today let's take a behind-the-scenes
peek at Marilyn.

THE CORONADO HOTEL and
leach is doubling for a Florida
resort (hah!) and "Operation Ma-.-ilyn
Monroe"' on location for a
week was fascinating operating.
Two cottages were reserved for
Marilyn and hubby Arthur Miller,
ivhA lined nn nf them for an of-
lice. Only when working was Ma-
Hlvti aAan hv invniiA Vxua lini.
formed policemen held back the
curious ana escorted miss wiggie
Hips for- her scenes to the beach
zmt IftA VDnti wfttf Unak&njt Mil.
ler and Drama Coach Paula sel
dom leave the Monroe- snadow.
Paula is a sun hater and she
dressed like the widow of a shiek
in a Sahara desert thriller. All a a-nyone
nyone a-nyone could see of Paula were her
see-all eyes beneath a mack nooa
ed garment with' a black Weil a
ross her face.
' There wa s a eamper's tent on
the beach for use a Marilyn's
riraieaina rrwim and refuffa from
the sun There would be no sua
hnminp of the white, white Mon
roe skin, either. A shade canopy
extended out from the tent vand
Marilyn and Paula sat in camp
chairs while Marilyn renearsea
her lines. And there in the shade
or tha eanonv Marilvn and Paula
both raised black umbrellas for
the day on the beach.
IT'S MIXED emotions for the
hrnnioft Knn TJieofo beach bovs
and gals watcnmg tne wors. mey
are fascinated oy Maniyn ana
her wiggle and her shake and a
mused over the black umbrellas.
Visiting newsmen pay homage at
Marilyn's tent ana sne gives mem
wide-eyea nenos ana some m
nrieintf answer:
, Mo,1 sne aian i see me urom urom-ers
ers urom-ers Karamoiov" and Maria Schell
iu) ftnixhenka. the role she talk
ed about for so long. "But you
made' that babe Grushenka fa
mous" I laughed.
"No," Marilyn regpiiea, vow
So there, you people wno-ngur-
d Marilvn couldn't even pro
nounce Dostoevski
7
eould muster the two-thirds plus
one votes needed to elect a new
Pope even if all the Italian cardi cardinals
nals cardinals v voted against them.
Cardinal WyszynskU. the only re representative
presentative representative from tha "Church of
Silence" behind the Iron Curtain
to attend the conclave, pleaded his
cast before Pope Pius -XII him himself
self himself last year, but was reported to
have received I cool reception.
It -waa reported that he now has
circulated, among the cardinals
the aame report on the church in
Poland that he presented to the
T- l-.l mimm., T Wall MIT
X DJfV. las, luiuiuci A. n mm-
ed the report' woutd'be discussed
at the daily meetings of the car-
amais. dui uic aeasions ara com-
...Mr I. M A via Ulilt.ll H. A V
rpected on the matter.
Covdlry Baptist
WMS To Observe
17th Anniversary
' The members of the Women's
Missionary Society of the Calvary
Baptist Church will observe their
17th, anniversary on Sunday at S
o.m. A cultural nrosrram has' been
Miss Wilms Butcher, ro un g
ianist' and music teacher at Pa Pa-aiso,
aiso, Pa-aiso, will be the principal speak
er.
Musical and vocal selections will
he rendered by the Calvery Bapt Baptist,
ist, Baptist, Church departments, a well
as. by lnv'tea community church
representauves
Tht'-uVl-Kia;. ihyllei!. .!

WASHINGTON rtJPD-The Su

preme Court agreed lesterday to
review the contempt convictions
of three Ohioans who refused to
answer questions of the Ohio
Stat Vn American Activities
Commission six years, ago.1 i
In other actions, the high court
affirmed, a lower court border
barring racial segregation in the
city parks of Mew Orleans.
. S. Court, of Appeals here re-
eiamine tne, award: of two Mid Midwest
west Midwest ..television channels in the
light of ; testimony given last
spring to the House subcommittee
investigating the Federal Commu Communications
nications Communications Commission. '.
The Ohio-j Case stemmed from
the refusal of Talmade Raley, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Stern and Emmett Calvin
Brown to answer questions of the
state commission. Thev were con
victed of contempt in the State
courts and were sentenced to
brief jail terms and $500 fines.
Justice Potter Stewart,'; an
Ohioan who look his seat on ( the
high court only last Tuesday, did
not participate in the court's de decision
cision decision to review the trio's' ap appeals.
peals. appeals. The court will. schedule
oral arguments and hand .down a
written opinion later.
The outcome may clarify the
court's controversial 1957 .Wafkins
decision. It held in that case that
legislative investigating .groups
must have a legitimate legislative
purpose and must .explain this
purpose to a witness before he
can be compelled to answer ques
dons.' 1
The Watkinr decision aroused
bitter opposition; from some mem
bers of benate and House inves
tigating subcommittees. Attempts
to nullify the ruling by legislation
died in the congressional adjourn
ment rush.
The Ohio case was before the
high court through its entire 1956-
57 term- The court in June, 1957,
sent it back to the Ohio State
supreme Court for reconsiders
tion in the light of its Watkins
ruling.
Upon reconsideration, the Ohio
court held that the Watkins ruling
am not apply to this particular
case. ;
In the New Orleans park case,
he hieh court struck another
legal blow at efforts to continue
segregation in publicly-supported
institutions.
, In a brief. order without a writ4
ten opinion, the court affirmed
a decision of, a Federal District
Court which held unconstitutional
the Louisiana state law requiring
separate park facilities for Ne Ne-ges
ges Ne-ges and whites,
The case was brought before
the high court by the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans City Park Improvement
Assn., a state agency. The asso association
ciation association contended the park case
was not 'heard fully by the Fed Federal
eral Federal District Court Which handed
down the integration4 ruling. ,
In the television case, the Court
suggested that the appeals court
re-examine the challenges of the
Sangamon Valley Television Corp.1

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nels. channels. Its vote was 7 to 2.

Saneamon orieinallv applied for
Channel 2 in SDrinefield. I1U but
was unsuccessful. WIBL was the
successful bidder for TV Channel
a in reoria, m
The two companies prougnt sun
after the FCC decided to shift the
two venr-hieh freauency channels
to other areas and replace tnem
with less desirable ultra ntgn fre
quency channels.
in other actions, tne court;
Denied hearlnss to three meii
facing the death penalty in three
states, They were J ames -Burhamer.
facine electrocution, in
West Virginia for !strangUng an
H-year-year girl;' .Luther Biilev,
sentenced to deatn; tor ..rape in
Arkansas: and Edward Simon
Wein. who is under five auterent
death sentences for crimes in tne
Los Angeles area. !v j.,
Mockingbird
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Aboard Airliner-
HICHMOND, ,Va. (UPl-Beau-regard,
like any sensible mocking
bird, flew south for the winter
tmlav aboard, an airliner. :
' It just i tbout hA fo fa that
wsy. Beauregard, taken in by
Mrs. J.-F Shuford whence fell
from a nest last summer, appar apparently
ently apparently had grown soft in domesti domesticity.
city. domesticity. ...
He wouldn't mock. He liked
beer snd cantaloupe. Worst of all,
he refused to use his own wings
for the migratory trip that mock mocking
ing mocking birds must make to escape
the usually fatal winters this far
north.
When Mrs. Shuford tried to send
Beauregaird south under his own
wing power last month, he
wouldn't leave the yard. He
chased gnats and bugs and re retreated
treated retreated to the house when a big
mockingbird began pecking at
him.
So, Mrs. Shuford staked him to
a plane ride to spend the winter
with friends in Saraso'a, Fla. He
was packed board with vitamins
and a ho; biscuit.
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INSTALLATION OFjOFFICERS TOMORROW NIGHT
! A highlight of the season for Cristobal Council 1680,
Knights ojt Columbus, will be a formal installation of officers
tomorrow evening at 8: 15 in Margarita.
Master Daniel C. Ditzman will conduct the ceremony
for Archbishop Maixeegui Assembly, Fourth degree.
"Officers to serve in the 1958-59 term will include J. A.
Bialkowski, navigator; R. Burda, captain; J. J. Belcourt, ad admiral;
miral; admiral; B. J. Craig, comptroller; E. Veno, pilot; T. B. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Inner .sentinel; J. M. McNamara, outer sentinel, and L.
Cellucci, trustee.
Dinner before the meeting will be served a,t 6: la p.m.
at the Cristobal Yacht Club.

Exhibition Of Paintings
Opons Tonight -At YMCA
Invitations have been issued .to
attend the opening of the fourth
bienniat-exhibition of paintings this
tveniag at the Balboa YMCA-USO.
TJhe paintings to be shown are
the works of the students of Bet Betty
ty Betty i&w Bentz, a long time art
teaicner at the "Y."
'the exhibition will be shown
this evening fromseven to nine,
and will be open to the public at
noi charge hrough Sunday.
1-
Pft Culick Officers' Wives
Hold Moating At Ft. Davis Pool
the Fort Gulick Officers' Wives
Cldb met last week at the Fort
Davis swimming pool. Highlight of
the morning was the modeling of
bathing suits of different eras
by Mrs. Fulton Lesousky, Mrs
Michael Chester and Mrs. Frank
Gardner.
Changes in the club's constitu constitu-tJata
tJata constitu-tJata pertaining to the nomination
fTfficers were voted upon and
pasted.
tuests presented by Mrs, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Grezaff. president, included
Mrs. L. Clark, guest of Mrs. Ful Fulton
ton Fulton Lesovsky, and Mrs. Jesse J.
Lsmt, guest of the chib.
Hostesses for the swimming par party
ty party were Mrs. Harry Viani, Mr3.
Wttttam Pollard and Mrs. Carlos
V&a.

The next meeting
20, a brunch at the
Oifiteis Club.

will be Nov.
Fort Gullick

St. Andrew's Church
Plans Loyalty Diivur
St. Anclrew'it;Uiurch Sit Cocoli
will have its annuaf loyalty din

ner Thursday, October 30, at 5:30

p.m. All families of the parish
are urged to attend.
For information regarding,., the
covered dish to be provided,; per persons
sons persons may call Mrs.'Katherint Sel Sel-lens
lens Sel-lens or Mrs. Evelyn Bush.
The 1959 church budget and fis
cal program will be discussed aft after
er after the dinner-.
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By Time US Wife
Learns To Cook
She Can Eat Out
KNOXVILLE, Tens. (UPI) -The
average American woman
knows little about selecting food
and preparing mea's, according
to culinary expert George L. Wan-zel.

She shows poor taste in picking

out meats and vege ables, Wanzel
told members of the Tennessee

Restaurant Assn., and uses too

much hard fat in cooking.
"By the time she learns to be
a really good cook," he said,
"her husband has- attained busi business
ness business success and they can afford
io eat out."

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celtimn .should ke twhimtten1
e-writtea tarm ana' mails1 ee
tha bei aumbet listad daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise o deliver1
kind ra rha otfke. Neticee of
meetings csaaet be accepted kv
relaphona.

Young brides and bachelor g'rls

often wind up with greasy stoves

They can take a tin from mom

who learned the hard way about

cutting down on cleaning time. Go

over he stove and oven with a

sudsy cloth after each meal, Keep

ing the cooking area clean dis

courages insects from visiting your

kitchen.

dim and Mineral Society
Members of the Canal Zone
Gem and 1 Mineral Society have

been invited to "cut a rock" at!

a meeting Friday evening at 7:30..
Members are urged to bring a
medium-sized rock specimen. One
will be selected and cut open dur during
ing during the meeting.

Rainbow City Meeting
A meeting of all volunteer and

others interested in the work of
the Canal Zone summer recrea

tion program has been called for
this evening at 6:30 at the Occu Occupational
pational Occupational High School Building.
The purpose of the meeting will

be to discuss plans for next year's

operations, reorganizations! phases
and election of officers.

Doctors' Wives Coffea
Doctors' Wives will have a cof coffee
fee coffee meeting next Wednesday morn morning
ing morning at 9:30 at the home of Mrs.
Sara Morris, 28 Confield Drive,
Alhnook Air Force Base.

The meeting will feature a busi

ness meeting and a hula hoop con
test, for which members are urg
ed to wear casual attire.

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Hints At Weddinq
With Belgian Cirl

NEW DELHI. India rUPH

Frlendsf Pe er Townsend hinted

stronely yesterday at a possible
marriage between the handsome

Briton rd Mane-Luce Jamagne,

a 19 year old Belgian photog

rapher and cigarette heiress.

Rumors of a romance between

the pretty Belgian girl and Town

send, 45, former suitor of British

rnncess Margaret, first were

published by the Paris weekly

newspaper Firance-Dimanche last
week.
I rMembers of the documentary
film unit making a movie of
Townsend's recent world tour said
here yesterday that they e e-lieved
lieved e-lieved the couple might marry in
Hong Kong. Townsend was ex expected
pected expected to fly io Hong Kong from
Calcutta in a few days.
Neither Townsend nor Miss

Jamagne was available for com

ment.

Babies who have fun during 'he

bathing routine shouldn't develop

a phobia about water, bomeone

discovered that an easy way to

keen babv haoov while he is be

ing scrubbed is to drop several
large corks into the tub. These

makes for bobbing fun at little ex

pense.

Keeping toys for visiting nieces
and nephews always is a good
idea. At least, get some balloons
for the youngsters to play with.
They'll keep bouncing them around

lor hours, bu. remember to cau

tion them that there is a r.mit to

the supply. This often saves tears

when the last balloon bursts,
a
Toys for baby's bath serve a
good purpose. They key a tot
occupied and happy whiv means
less struggle for mother. Such
toys should be bright, light, wash washable
able washable and safe.

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Gloves are good hand p otectors

while cleaning house. They also

mav keen bab. from bumping his

head while in the basin. Wearing

a soft flannel glove on the holding
hand gives a firmer grip on that
soapy bit of humanity.

Hit. Wl Sa

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It's the softest, finest, most delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
time it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachiorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the' skin'
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves boat rashes, and other skin
irritations. Wonderful for iaby and every everyone.
one. everyone. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.

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Russian Poet

Favored For Nobel
Literature Prize

STOCKHOLM -(UPI) Boris

Pasternak, 68 year old Russian
poet and novelist, is favored to
win the 1958 Nobel Prize for liter

ature for his book, "Doctor Zhiva-

go, which has been banned in
the Soviet Union.

The Swedish Academv of Lit-

eratu'-e will announce the winner

of the prize, the literary wor'd's

highest honor, or Thursday. The
award carries with i' a cash prize
of approximately $35,000.

If Pasternak wins, he will be

the first Russian author in 25
years to be so honored. He also

will become the first author hv

ing in i a Communist country to

receive the award.

jls she twenty? thirty? forty?
bu can't tell with Lanolin Plus baauty carel
Ko, ro can't sac tha tiny lints, wrinkles that
I basia baf or yon know It ... beeausa Lanolin
I Plat liquid arar.es dry akin and othar alius of

ai-t. It smooths awajr dry skin. Rapienishe
loot ails. Tig-htant alack skin. This nourishing-,
arwai lubricant ii abaorbad immadiately ...
fata beneath the surface of tha skin. And
suddenly your akin looks young, alire, lorely lorely-erernirht
erernirht lorely-erernirht ...at twenty... at thirty. v. at forty!

Try Lanolin Pi Us btauty aids for f acsskln-hair.

"How do you keep a wife at
home enough hours in the day to
look after the children, keep the
house clean, and get some decent
meals on the table?"
A husband who reads this col column
umn column asks that question and then
explains, "My wife has so .nany
irons in the fire that she spends
far few daytime hours at home
than I spend at my job. Though
the kids often come home from
school to an empty house and din dinner
ner dinner is likely to be coldscuts and

potato chips, my wife always finds

time for bridge, club meetings,

community fund drives, teas,

luncheons, and the like.

"Please understand me. I want

her to get out and enjoy herself.

he recounts, "but I think i she
oueht to stav at home lone enough

to handle her main'Qbjyhtch is

supposed to be mat of wye, moth
er. and homemaker.'! v

I with I had aready answer for
your question. Because there are

a lot of husbands wno wouiu nice

to have it. t

I don't have an easy answer for

the simple reason that the worn

an wno aisnxes nousewors ana

whose children make her ner

vous" can today find so many ex'i
cuses for neglecting her main

job. i ...

She can go to work, become

rn5THiVMf PARTY-Ch'lldren of Chinese descent bad a gala costume "party this week as guests "of" the Chinese Women's League,
AMino T ft. tudee were Mrs. Daisy Chen, Mrs. Beatrice Acly, Mrs. Virginia Bermudez, Mrs, Iva Loo and Mrs. Julienne Vas$. The
nuto was riven t the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Loo. v: l.;J.:v v

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clubwoman, lead a busy social

life, or she can go in for time-

consuming hobbies.

Whichever she chooses, she gets

enough applause to keep her go

ing. Very few regard her as a

disinterested wife and mother. In

stead she is referred to as an "ac

tive clubwoman." a "social lead

er," or an "expert" on anything
from modern art to flower ar arranging.
ranging. arranging. The fact that she's a dud
as a homemaker doesn't seem to

matter if she manages to Shine

somewhere else.

I'd advise you to put your foot
down and demand that your wife

spend more time at home. How

ever, today's mail brought a let

ter from a husband who tried
that. And a judge ave his wife

a divorce on the grounds that he

"criticized her housekeeping."
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Until women themselves realize

that a poor homemaker is a. fail

ure, and judge each otner accord accordingly,
ingly, accordingly, there isn't too much poor
husbands can do if you happen to

be married to a woman who won t
stay at home.

Robert Paul Smith, the author

of the current best seileiv where

Did You Go?1 "Out." "What Did

You Do?" "Noth'"" ". lias writ

ten a new book which was red
in circulation this ween i the
Canal Zone Library.
The new book, entitled 'Trans

lations from the English '. is a

humorous version of what people

really mean by wnat tney say.

The author claims the book will
"help you to dear with Teenagers,

wives, husbands and other dif

ficult people by providing handy

translations from their language

into your own.

Illustrations for the book are by

Roberta McDonaWi a contributor

to the Newt Yorker and illustrator

of numerous books including 'Look
Who's a Mother' and "How to Live

with a Cat."

The complete list of new books

and their authors follows:

Non-Fiction Croquet. Paul

Brown; Why theiivil War?, Otto

Eisenschiml; War and Peace in the

Space Age, J. M.Gavin; The His
tory of Fanny Burney, Joyce Hem

low; Lifeline in the Sky, Clayton
Knieht: ADDrenticeshiDs in Ameri

ca, Harry Kursh; The Psychology

of Earlv Childhood. Cath e r l n e

Landreth: Great Cities of the

World. W. A. Robson: Transla

tions from the English K. r.

Smith: The U.S. Coast Guard in

World Far II, M. r wniougnDy;

The World o th F,iecron Mi

croscope, R. W. G. Wyckoff.

Fiction The Husband. Vera

Caspary; The Time of the Dra

gons, A. M.I Ekert-R otholz;
Daughter of Eve. N. B. Gerson;

The Mashal, Frank Gruber; Night
March, Bruce Lancaster, Bruce

Lancaster: The Portuguese E

cape M. D. O'Malley The King

Must Die, Mary Renault: People

Will Talk, E. C. Rivett; The Ene

mv Camp. Jerome Weidman.
Children's Books Celestia

Soace, Inc., C. I. Coombs: Rookb

First Baseman, v. r. jacKson

The .Wonderful World of Medicine

P. R. Calder; Water; Our Most
Valuable Natural- Resource, Ivah

Green; Engineers Did It!, Duane

Bradley.

Added to tha Panama Collection

Annual report of board of direc

tors to stockholders, 1958, Panama

Canal Company board of direc

tors.

Local Inerfaith
Bible Studies
Listed Tuesdays

The Adult Education Bible
Study Group reconvened last
Tuesday. Under the guidance of
Rabbi Isaac Neuman, the group
intends to make a study of the
Bible in light of the archaeologi archaeological
cal archaeological findings of recent times.
These lectures will be of an aca academic
demic academic nature and will appeal to
the Intellectually curious. They
are non-denominational. ;
As the studies advance from
the Old to the New Testament,
lectures Of diversified faiths will
be i called upon to address the
group. These lectures will be giv given
en given in the Rabbi's air-conditioned
study at the Reformed Syna Synagogue
gogue Synagogue Kol Shearlth Irael on
36th Street and Avenue Cuba at
10 a.m. every Tuesday.
This series will continue
through Dec. 2, and will recon reconvene
vene reconvene after Jan: V All ladies from
Panama and the Canal Zone are
invited. To further information,
contact Mrs. Roy Gllckenhaus,
Panama 3-3347..

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For Vrortas-Graham

CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UPI)

Evangelist Billy Graham says
that all men know in their hearts

that "some day we will pay( for
the wrongs we have' done."
He said1 it is "intuitive"' thata'
judgment day is 'coming for ,411
men. "A specific time in hstory
has been chosen when all men, will
be judged," he said. "Your rea reason
son reason tells you that, your consci conscience
ence conscience te'ls you that, Ihe BJble tells
you thaVil; ; r
He told a Charlotte crusade audi audience
ence audience of 13,20n Sundav ha "You
can hardly find a page in the
Bible 'hat doesn'i contain Judg Judgment."'
ment."' Judgment."' Graham began the last week of
his five-weeks crusade here with
a sermon on judgment day.i He
illustrated his sermon by a refer reference
ence reference 'o Pre'iden' Eisenhower,
"I have had many visits W'th
Presiden Eisnhowr," he said.
"I know him as a kind, gentle
man. But he has signed papers
that sent d'obedient, disloyal
traitors to their death."
Samuel Newton Fouts, 75, of
China Grove, N.C., died during
Sunday's services o' a henr; at attack..
tack.. attack.. Foutz complained of feeling
i'l 1 and left the coliseum An
tendant found him v near the park parking'
ing' parking' lofc

The V-iam 'was lupllcate and

East's double -of the two club bid

was an ettort to dick up a top

scbre.' r

' Yvest opened the queen of
snades and North's ace. took the

trick. The king of clubs was tak
en by West's ace and West shift

ed to the ace of hearts. Dummy

ulaved the ten and aiter East sig

naled with the six', West continued

with the three spot.

South let this run around to

his nine and promptly led back

a third heart. He xinessed dum

mrs jack and East rutteo. ,asi

played king and one spade, west

ruffed and led nis last neari.
South overruled East's eight and

pulled the last trump. Now5 dum
mv's iack of spades furnished i

discard for his losing mamonu

atiri he made his contract.

West was critical of East's dou

ble. but East sauelched him by

showing him how he couitt have

beaten the hand at trick three

See if you can figure out the de

fense.

If you can't figure it out, here

it is.. All West had to do was to

lead a low heart rather than the

ace. Ratner 'a aoume qummy

play but a winner. South f could

o anvthing he liked, but he wouia

have had no means o keening the

defense from fashing a diamond

trick in addition to the others

; Q The bidding has been: -North
..Baal,, Sooth., West
il -' Pass I ) 'Past
j 2 N.T. 'Pass .: t 1
I You, South, hold:
,4Q54 A KJ1IS

What do you do? t

A Bid threa diamonds. There
Jut mirht be a aUn in this haad
if partner haa the rifht cards.
Tou wUl pass if lie bids three
trump.
TODAT8 QUESTION
Partner raises the three-aia-mond
bid to four. What do you
do now?

For the sake of 15-month-old

Tim, the G's moved lrom the

city to a suburb.

'nm diun't appreciate the favor.

The very .first night in his new
home he howled determinedly a

gainst bedtime. Mr, G., noting the

tired shadows under his wife s

eyes, walked the floor .with Tim
un il 10 p.m.; The next night Mrs.

walked, hummed and soomea

until 10:15. : ; c

At the end of two weeks she

phoned he city pediatrician who

said, "Leave him, alone. Let him

discover he can fall asleep by him-

selL"

But Mrs. G. could not take this

advice and is still spending an

average of three hours a night

trying to soothe Tjm to sleep.

Why couldn t she take the ad

vice?

Well. Mrs. G. used to get gold

stars for spelling. Now she wants

one for excellence in motherhood.
The idea that she has produced

a cmid so "insecure -.that ne

howls atf tbedtime is (intolerable to

her. -Rather than eieept the pos

sibility that she's committed some

error contributing to Tim s "inse

cunty she will sacrifice her own

comfort and rest indefinitely.

In the Middle Ages, when some

one got the idea that he had com committed,
mitted, committed, sin, he'd go on a pil

grimage to some holy place, He
would go barefoot, .wearing sack
cloth, carrying no, money to buy

comforts on his journey. For he'i
been taugnt that the more harsh harshly
ly harshly he afflicted himself, the more
. n would be forgiveness of
his sin.
Mrs. G., the sophisticated young
mother who reads child physchol physchol-ogy,
ogy, physchol-ogy, closely resembles him.
Like the pilgrim, she will put up
with anything to get away from
the possibility that 'she's done
something wrong. L
Such pride in sinlessness is an
awful because we don't know we
suffer from it. As the pilgrim -be-

l'eved h suffered for a holy pur purpose,
pose, purpose, poor exhausted .Mrs. G.

s s suuermg for love of
Tim. Both are very proud people.

lacking tree humility.'

If we've committed v some in
treatment of a baby that produces
howls at bedtime, humility does
not requiere us to do penance for
if taiMht AffAal aiaif iti taaMlliatAa

II, ir-'MV SllCI UIKHU Air JU3L ICljUUCS
Us to accept ourselves as capable
of mistake. v.,
It was Jesus who said, "Thy
sins are forgiven thes." :
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. QUICK BUT-'FANCY

NEW YORK -(UPI)-An easy
but fancy dessert is cherry bombe.
Combine 1 pint vanilla ice cream,
u cup chopped maraschino cher cherries
ries cherries (about 10), 2 tablespoons
chopped walnuts and 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon cherry juice. Pack into 4
un .mo's. Freeze until firm.
Unmold. Serves 4.

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PARTY FIXIN'S-Member8 of Cristobal 'Emblem Club 53 check
supplies wl?ich will be used inf decoratlnit the Cristobal, Sky Room
'next week. The club. Is sponsoring a Harvest' Moon "Fiesta Oc October
tober October 31. Shown from left are -Mrs: Gkriha Smith. Mrs.iDotha
Cougher, Mrs. Shirley Stutzman and1 Mr, :Beraioe- Grler

Answer Tomorrow

Prevents
ompmnmn

Uid after avary
change, Mexani
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chif and galling,
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corntiarch base
cling cloia, kaapi
baby feih, com-foriabje.

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! Celebration Dinner V (
7 p.m. Friday, October 24th, 1958 L
.V In the Bella Vista 11

Cocktail of Chilled Ifresh fruits ,from '
Y tb .'Islands of Panama
1 nma 'JaiiU tl rance, I
. rilet of Prime; Beef Souffle Argentine 1
W ''-i.Or,'c;;iir :'!.';('..''.'' V;

' 1 iff Tender cmcKen curry inaia wun .vhuuwm ;

mmm- i s iiji iiikna ip l i-V' j V 1

i sswm'm v ' ; i
ifcjvSt i ' Croquette Potatoes from Mexico ; J
vSni V Buttered Spring s Carrots a$ served in Belgium !X
JS,J 1 1 Mixed Green Salad -Panama Hilton , t

aa u r.'. i w m r t a.'j i'ib 11 i a i t ? aan t

' petlts" Pours United Nations
.O.-.- l.UCaff;Pananjefio,;, J

I MUSIC: CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra
V Dlnnar:' M.M P panon. . I
II Kanatvatlniu: Malhra D Hottl, 1-116 KtfH
1 I A la caHa maun alia available. P I

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THE FAJCAMA, AMERICA V- Alf XNUETODJT D4.III XXWSrArn

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; social ana:iysineruji5e

This end-That -i

a tram- arirtwiiwriTs j
Birth iAnnlvtritrt ?

Mercber et . Orchid.' 'Chapter
A.. n)a fMt' mill

obsem the 7Ui bmhday oi their

organization at a dinner y.tomor-;

The banquet hall of' the 'Scottiih

Miinicrpterpfc
With Enibsizlsmcnt
-$375,CC3:6pri2rV

TttOY, lOM. ftltt) WTheHo-

Dart Mamuacturuig co.-maay ac
cused a -veteran employe :o tvn tvn-bezzlins
bezzlins tvn-bezzlins ,1375.000 &wint 'a:;thre.

year period, apparently to -aWsty

nis travmg lor expensive anuquea
Hobart, thia-city'. leading w
dustrv. fUeif a. Judgment in. Com'

mon Pleas Couct against D.Omer

Tobiaa, 58,' a- mud ,- mannerea
export clerk who .Usappeared

more man t-ween ago.
Tobias live ln. aearby ,?iqui
wheri his bomtK waa. filled ; with
narl 4if nod worth of exoensive

anttflues. He wa s accused; -jf cob-

verting the $375,000 to HU own
use nrota company checks 4;
.handled. '.. U", 1
The company aid Tobias ibad
been en employe for SO years, un until
til until he failedvto hoW '..Bp. for;work
a week ago" when officials were
planning to question- him about
mnssing 'checks.-

. Sheriff? deputies: were onzv it there ii a yotfng child among
hour duty -at his home 4o prevent t'numher. nf- a Huit. whn iwt.

anybody ffrpmenteringvr remojr-' ingT tatrbdttced, the 'child hould
ing any of the-contents. be 1 introduced, too. It's 'rude to
Npiirhhftra laid the mild man- u:u ...u ..a.. ...

Neiehbors satd the mud man

nered Tobias, 'aihachelor,, was Te Te-garded
garded Te-garded as A nfstery "man,"', who
sometimes' would not sanswer the
door belland preferred -to keep
to himself. r
Police 'had no 'authority 4o, ehter
the home to- claim the antiques
Officers who .searched the chouse
for lha misiinff man iaidthere

were approximately''. lOO boxei and

barrets tnat were unopraea r r-lice
lice r-lice believed these contained txj
pensive glassware -and dinnerware
shipped m within: tb past year.
Rescuers Search
Seas Off Manila
For Survivors
, ",'
MANILA., tiPIJ-Hescue boats
searched the -rough sea off. the
central Pbillippine' yesterday, for
the survivors of a vessel carrying
14 persons-that was -juhte by a
baby typhoon. s A,
A' navy. spohMman said the -45-ton
Gutsan- Vj was sunk off south southwest"
west" southwest" AntqeProvlnce in f'heavy
seas' caused by: winds, of tropical
storm Kathy. t f
i 5
United "States, and Philippine
forces joined the search, but their
efforts" wr hampered, by' gale
winds and high seas'. Another;
ship, the Teslros'wpi '50 persons
aboard, was reported ; foundering
in the -same waters' N

Rite Temple, in Balboa will b the

acene- ot the celebration. :v Dinner

wm b eroa:at :30.;;
A't members !.?. the astern

$iar-are wvneq xo aaena-r..
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Atlanrie SicU PTA. Hara ,f
Special education Teachers

h A? grouD of tealchers ? from the

special eaucauon. aepartmenr ad addressed
dressed addressed the second meeting of the
Atlantic Side Parent-Teacher7 As

sociation Monday evening in the
Margarita gymv'
Jamea.Wolfr 'ccSordinator, fntrb-

aucea airs, jiiary .' Euen Horine,
junior high remedial reading teach
er for the Pacific side: MisR-Rhir.

ley; Moff ettt, elementary reading

leatier. racmc. sme:: ana Mrs.

Ethel McDermitt, Atlantic,, side re-

meuiai jeaamg, xeacner, u 1 1

' iff '"' jf J' 5" '-' ''''. v..

ignore child when vou are mak-

(. .a .11 '.At.. 11- . A

m wc ui iu.uic aauus .meet

each' other. Besides, .the easiest

way to teach children, good man
ners is by example.

.-Why should Bobbv. 4fettt he

should introduce hit -iriends to

you if you don't introduce him to

your friends? i

IGS Te Present
Program At Paralto ;
The International Girl Scouts of

the Canal Zone, will, present a

proeram 'at the Paraiso .Gvmnas

lum.this evening f for the enter

tainment of .parents end f riehds

of the girls ini the community.'

'The' program "wH feature 'the

girls in demonstration' in scout scout-craft,
craft, scout-craft, songs 'and 'other exhibitions
including a-film strip "Our Cana Cana-ba".
ba". Cana-ba". A short- talk Will-. also be

given by the president of the

council, Mrs, Lulit ta Mc-

Farquhar.
Parents and iriends in the" Pa-raiso-Pedro
Miguel- and S a n t a

Cruz-'Communities have bee n

specially invited to attend.

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THEY CALL IT "THE BEAST'VTbi is a diagrammatic view1
of' the Air Force's Intercontinental ballistic missile Titan, as
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Rue Against Filibustering

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.

Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) said

yesterday that it was "quite pos

sible", the Senate would vote to
tiehien its controversial anti-fili

buster rule when the new; Cpn-

giress meets in January.
But Russell, leader of the South Southern
ern Southern Democratic bloc in) Congress,

said' he did not think the. Senate

would go so far as to permit re rebate
bate rebate to be 'choked off by a simple

maiontv vote. He' also made

clear he opposed anychaage, an

the .filibuster rule.

suifenine of tne ami-tuiDuster

rule .could lead to Senate passage

of shronger; ciVli rlgdts. legislation
which; will be sought next, session
by several Northern senator s, rep representing
resenting representing both parties.

Congress in 1957 -pushed through
the first civil riehtiJull- in some

80 years.' However it was a com

promise" measure .and did got atir
up in all-out talkathon although

some Dixie senators ;wagea a
stubborn last-ditch fight gainst
the measure. ?' 1 :,
It now takes two-thirds of the

full Senate membership-or 64 of

the 99 senators to shut off de

bate.- Some.. Northern .senators
want to trim this to a simple ma-

jorry of those senators i, present

and voung. (,
While Russell did i not believe

said in ah interview that he fore

saw strong support Tor a new rule

which would:" '

Allow two-thirds of senators

acfually f present and voting1 to

close debate.
Retain the long-atanding tradi tradition
tion tradition that the Senate Is ""continu ""continuing"
ing" ""continuing" body by providing specifical specifically
ly specifically that the Senate's, rules continue
from one session to the next.
, Russell said he would oppose
such a change ""but there is no
denying that it has great strength
in the Senate." S

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lie Iref erred ( tovVice ,Prgfdhf

Richard, M. Nixbn'r ruling during

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it easier to curb talkaons have
been offered in Tecent yeains. A
cohple. would require a two-thirds
vote in the early, phases of debate
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debate has gone on for a time

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t-ast-west -summit ; coruerence'-ln
the hope It w.ould bnng at least
partial results. -,.
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television audieece in ah- inter interview
view interview filmed in Vienna 4ht "lirt.

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LESSON IN LIPSTICK Do you know the way the top models
apply their lipstick? There's a secret to that smooth, (learning
lintaht that seems to stay on their lips so securely, through all
the stresa, and strain of a working day.
.First ef all, choose a good Upstick. Just as. to get a really
good cup of coffee, you would choose the best blend, so to ret a
perfect make-up, you must expect to use top quality cosmetics.
There's a new lipstick just out, which fulfills all the require requirement!
ment! requirement! of first-class product. It's by Yardley and they have
christened it the "Long-Ust" lipstick. It possesses a special
creamy lustrous finish. Choose .your (favorite color, then take a
hand-mirror in a good light. Take up a small Quantity of the
salve' en a lipbrush, and outline your upper Up firatt rolnr well
down1 Into the corners, as the model in the photograph is do
ing. .Then, outline the lower lip,, keeping carefully to the shape
of your mouth. If your lips tend to be too full, keep the out outline
line outline JUST within, If too thin, you may cheat a little bit by out outlining
lining outlining JUST outside, but be very sparine; in this, as even a mil millimeter
limeter millimeter too much can look exaggerated. Now ;fill in carefully,
using long, even strokes. Then press the lips on to a tissue to
blot off any excess. For a strong, bright finish, re-apply the
lipstick.' (There is no need to ao over the outline again).

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Top- with) mushrooms, sliced green
onions and slivered -almonds.
Brush with butter and broil un until
til until browned.

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LITTLE DID AN OFFICIAL ol the Panama Canal, confined to
the hospital with a foot infection, realize what he was start starting
ing starting when he asked the Red Cross if they could make him a
pair of washable slippers similar to the ones he owned and
which were no longer obtainable due to war shortages. Using
his slippers as a guide, a pattern was cut and a pair of slip slippers
pers slippers made. These slippers proved very popular and are still
'being furnished to needy patients in Canal Zone hospitals.
At left, Mrs. Marie Van Cllef shows Mrs. Annabel Myers a pair
of slippers she has just completed. The Red Cross is a par participating
ticipating participating agency of The United Fund.

LUCHO AZCARRAGA

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On Saturday morning, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon,
th well-known Panamanian artist Lucho Azcarraga
will bo at CRECHA music store, beside the Central
Theatre, to autograph all the "Azcarraga Conjurato"
albums that you buy on that date.
You are cordially invited to come ta CRECHA
ahd have Lucho Azcarragii autograph; it will be a
good present for your best iriend in the States or any anywhere
where anywhere In the world.

Ex-llazi Gaulelier
Pleads In Court
for Hospital Refuge
WARSAW (UP1) A former
Nazi gaueiter eing tried for
war crimes, including the deaths
of thousands ol Polish jews, de de-ni.H
ni.H de-ni.H th rharcei vesterday and

cried aloud iu court for hospital

refuge ana ireeaora irum uu
hell I am in now."
Frii-h Krvh cairl his orison con

ditions amoun ed to living in hell

but admitted he owed n.s uie '.o
a Jewish doctor.
Koch, gray haired and frail,
said he was too weak to stand
trial and asked that his seven seven-count
count seven-count indie ment be thrown out
on grounds five of the charges
had been w'ped out in a general
amnesty which covered mass
murders.
In a speech deJivcred to the
court, Koch complained of his
treatment in prison. "Does the
court know than on Aug. 22 I was
stacked by a criminal who
struck me with a stick and broke
several of my ribs." he asked.
Koch said his weight had
dropped from 183 pounds to 110
pounds in the past 10 years and
that he owed his life to a Frau
Doctor Kaminska "who is Jewish
but I think she is a great doc doctor."
tor." doctor." Koch has served 13 years in
prison. His trial may 'be the last
major war crimes trial to be
held.
Koch, who joined Adolf Hitler
in the d ctator's earliest days,
was overlo-d of eas ern Poland
and the Ukraine. The Po'ish gov government
ernment government has charged in effect
that hit ipns.tnr wii rpsnnnfei-

ble for the deaths of thousands

of Poles.
The indictment against the one onetime
time onetime gauleiter covers more than
BO pages and is supported by 20
legal copybooks of worn evi evidence
dence evidence fom survivors of 45 con concentration
centration concentration and slave labor camps
he supervised.
At one point the prosecution
said that out of 7,500 Jews in the
Ciechanow district before the
war, only 20 still lived.

DAM SURVEY FINISHED
TOKYO (UPI) Red China
announced vesterday it has com completed
pleted completed the first step toward build building
ing building a canal designed to link two
of the world's longest rivers the
Yangtse and the Yellow. The
New China news agency said a
preliminary survey f"r the proj projected
ected projected canal has been finished.
Surveyors who did the prelim preliminary
inary preliminary work on the canal said
water diverted by the c a n a 1
Would b used -principa'ly for ir irrigating
rigating irrigating vast areas of orched
farmlands along the lower Yellow
and Huai rivers, as well as for
navigation and power generation.

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Mvur vnnv r MIT A Tk a

brilliant young violinist and the

son ot a famous loomau
mix them together and what have
you cot? Whv. a two-piano team,

obviously,

whittemore and Lowe, one oi
the top practitioners of the art of
doubling on the ivories, sort of
backed into their profession, Now
they're happy the way things
work out what with their highly
lucrative concerts, their RCA-Vic-tor
recordings (coming, incidental incidentally,
ly, incidentally, is a two-piano recording for
children) and their increasing TV
appearances.
But it wasn't always thus. Jack
Lowe started out as a violin pro prodigy,
digy, prodigy, then decided lie wanted to
compose, so he headed for the
Eastman School of Music in Ro Rochester
chester Rochester to learn enough piano for
his composing ambition. There he
met Arthur (Buck) Whittemore.
Buck's father, also called Buck,
was a football and baseball play player,
er, player, then football coach at Brown
and South Dakota. Even though
younsr Buck was big and brawny,
he always preferred music to athletics.

"Most of the people in Vermil Vermillion,
lion, Vermillion, S.D. says Whittemore, "us "used
ed "used to think 1 was a disappointment
to my father, since I didn't go in
for sports. But it wasn't so at all.
He was big and tough, but the
tears would roll down his cheeks
when I played for him."
As a graduation present from
music school,-Whittemore's aunt
gave him a trip to Puerto Ric
and invited him to bring along a

friend. He asked Lowe. There

were some college girls on the
boat, so the two young men after
first making sure there was only
one piano on board let it be
known tliey were a famous piano i

team.

When they reached the island,
the story of their brilliance de debarked,
barked, debarked, too, and suddenly they
found themselves invited to play
at a concert. So, in three weeks
they became a team. And they
decided to stick to it.
Now they're a dedicated team.
They believe the aim of two pian pianists
ists pianists should be "to create beauty,"
and they don't care who plays first
piano and who plays second. In
fact, they each have strong points
and weak points, and iix it up so
tne sum is the best they can make
it.
"Some people still think of a pia piano
no piano team as a novelty act," says
Buck, "and this is what we're try trying
ing trying to stop. Fortunately, this
view is declining."
They think playing as a team Is
like playing doubles in tennis a

good singles player is not always

a good douoies player.

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Game records are getting to be
a potent factor in the industry. Af After
ter After the success of Roulette's "Co-

Star" series the ones where you

get a chance to act with big stars

with scripts included in the pack

agethe company is beginning to

market them in Europe in Euro

pean languages. Such foreign stars

as Fernandel, -Michele Morgan,

Mijanou Bardot (Brigitte's sister)
and Anna Magnani will do- the
parts on these records.

Now comes another game rec

ord from Urania. It's "Henny

Youngman's Horse and Auto

Race with one side being de

voted to horses, the other to autos.
Each side has five grooves, in intermingled
termingled intermingled somehow, so you nev

er know which one the needle

will pick up. Theoretically, a new

winner is possible each time. It s

packaged with a way. in which

you can place bets on the outcome.

So you can become the bleaot

hi-fi nlungcr on the block.

DICK'S PICKS: Pat Suzuki has

Aifiii
f .i jjxCj.vi "- jimtim'tit "''' 1

Whitteasore tad tow

a wonderful arrangement of "The
Whiffenpoof Song" on Vik. Others:
"Scene of the Crime"- (D In a h
Shore, RCA): "The Hot Cha Chft"

(Johnny Desmond, MGM)- "Non

Dimenucar" (Nat "King" Cole,

Capitol); "Last N;ight on the Back

Porch" (Jackie Cooper, Dot); "S -Agapo"
(The Rover Boys, Vik);
"On the Way Out" (Walter Scott,
Eagle); "All Alone" (Terrt Stev Stevens
ens Stevens Felsted); "Eternal Lovers"
(The Diamonds, Mercury);
"Drown in My Tears" (Troyce
Key, WB).
Good recent jazz albums "A
Message From Newport" as May
nard Ferguson at his peak (Rou (Roulette);
lette); (Roulette); Bob Scpbey's Frisco Jazz
Bankd tackles college ballads in

a swingy fashion on RCA's "Col "College
lege "College Classics": Dot's VDown Beat

Jazz Concert" features groups led

by Manny Albam, Tony Scott, Don
Elliott and Paul Honr, "The Dave
Brubeck Quartet in Europe" (Co

lumbia) is more from the bright

and far-out pianist; for jazz voc

als, try Dakota Station s "Dyna "Dynamic!"
mic!" "Dynamic!" on Capitol.
Two fine new classical piano re

leaseson RCA, Rubinstein, with
the SvmDhonv of the Air under

Wallenstein, plays Saint Saens'

Concerto No. 2 in u Minor ann
Franck's Symphonic Variations;
on Columbia, Entremont, with Or Or-mandy
mandy Or-mandy and the Philadelphia Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra plays Grieg's Concerto in
A-Minor and Rachmaninoff's Rhap Rhapsody
sody Rhapsody on a Theme of Pagahini.
US CofC President
Tells Hawaiians:
Think On Economics
HONOLULU, Oct. 23 (UPD
US Chamber of Commerce
President William A. McDonnell
said today he wa.s confident Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii wduld be admitted into the
union "in short order."
He urged members of the Hon Honolulu
olulu Honolulu Chamber in a speech to be begin
gin begin thinking" now about how
they can most effectively take
part in f ormine national policies
which benefit the national econ economy.
omy. economy.
He also said political action by
businessmen was of crucial im importance
portance importance in protecting the econ economic
omic economic welfare of the United
States.
"We must pay more attention
to those who are elected to Con Congress
gress Congress and to our state and muni municipal
cipal municipal legislative bodies, rather
than concentrating our efforts
in trying to convince people who
are already committed to a noll noll-tical
tical noll-tical philosophy hostile to busi

ness," he declared.

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COMMENDATIONS MaJ. Gen.Kpaul R." Weyrauch," former Clilef of "BtaH; Caribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, last week presented 1st Lt.t William P. Pannell aide-de-camp; Sfq Norman E. Boggs.
Chauffeur; and Sp5 Theodore I.- Wilkerson, orderly, with a commendation ribbon and excep'l
tional service awards for their meritorious. devotion to duty while serving as members of hU-

Chief of Staff. Caribbean Command
Commends Personal Staff in Farewell

Maj. Gen. Psul R. Weyrauch,
USA, last week commended three
members of his, personal staff for
their meritorious devotion to duty
before departing from his assign assignment
ment assignment as Chief o( Staff of the un unified
ified unified command headqaurters at
Quarry Heights.
Recipients of the awards are 1st

Lt. William P. Pannell, aide- dr

camp; SfC Norman E. Boggs

chauffeur; and Sp5 Theodore I.i
Wilkcrsnn..' Oiirlv.. t

Pannell was awarded the Army
Cnmmendatinh Rihhnn with metil'

pendant' for exceptionally nieritor I
ious service Jrom April until Oct

ober 1958 as aide v de camp to
Weyrauch when, he; was Command
lng General, Fort Stewart, Ga..
and later when, he was Chief of
Staff, Caribbean1 Command. j
In presenting him with the
award) Weyrauch cited Pannell for
untiringly carrying out his key mi military
litary military and social responsibilities
with exemplary skill and efficient efficient-cy,
cy, efficient-cy, and readily pplyifitf himself
to the i many l beyond the scope of
his, assigneduli&H i' J r5f.
BpgSs-. sWwedar: 'h'attffea.X6t
Weyrauch for Over five years., He
first drove x for -the; General in
1953 when. he latter served as
Chif of Staff VII Corps and then

as Corps Corhmander XVIIl Air Air-bone
bone Air-bone Corps. He remained with the
General when he commanded Fort
Stewart, Georgia, and accompp.n accompp.n-ied
ied accompp.n-ied him on his-last assignment in
the Canal Zone.
For his praiseworthy perform performance
ance performance carried out with untiring in initiative,
itiative, initiative, conscientious devotion to
duty, sincere loyalty, decorous be be-.laviour
.laviour be-.laviour and exemplary versatility

Boggs was; awarded a certificate

of achievement i
Citing .his 'demonstrated out
standing professional competence,
exceptional Versatility sincere lo
yslty and keen initiative in car

rying out his assignments for

Weyrauch, Wijherson was also
awarded a certificate of achieve achievement.
ment. achievement. 'V ; ''..:.

The certificate also cited him for
the meritorious manner in which
he served while on the enlisted

staff of Wyrauch from September
1954 tn' Ontohi" 19S8 durinff th

General's tours of duty. 1

Wjsyrauch, in presenunf tne
awards, commented that Pannell's
Roffffa nd ,. WiUrimfi's fine : Tier.

femn$ of 'duty, rfefles great

creau- upom memseivcst ana tne
United. States Army. ;
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Brush Fires Sweep
California Area,
Bui Control Hears
NEWHALL, .Calif., Oct. 23 (UPI)
Two brush fires driven by
winds up to SO miles an hour o o-ver
ver o-ver an estimated 14,000 acre's in
Los Angeles and Ventura counties
wer'e nearly controlled today,
Some 800 firefigh en battled the
two blazes yesterday as the fire
swept through dry- undergrowth
caused by last week's above 100 100-degree
degree 100-degree temperatures.
The- Los Angeles Fire Depart Department
ment Department reported that some 4,000 -cres
had beeri burned over.
Flames destroyed several cabins
and two smaller structures. i
Yesterdny afternoon the i blaze
changed directions and threatened
a School and homes in Mint, .so .so-ledad
ledad .so-ledad and Sand Canyons. -,. The
school and homes were evacut evacut-ed,
ed, evacut-ed, but the fire was halted before
it reached the structures. Officials
said most equipment had been
withdrawn and that only several
patrol crews would remain on du duty
ty duty to watch for further outbreks.
The blaze in, the Fillmore-Moor-park
area of Ventura County cov covered
ered covered about 10,000'scres and corn corn-pie
pie corn-pie e control was expected this
morning.
Firerghters in both areas, said
their effor's were aided when the
humidity increased and the winds
diminished last night.
One-Man Rail Sap
Five As Navy .Plane
Ditches In Storm
NORFOLD, Vs., Oct. 23 f tTPl)
Five Navy toien were foun un uninjured
injured uninjured early- today after near nearly
ly nearly two-hour oa.tle with 12 foot
seas and 40 mnh w'nds on life life-raft
raft life-raft built for one man.
The men were forced to ditch
the'r sinele-eneint Sky-raider at

tack nlane vesterdav in a irazing

northeaster 14 miles north of Cape
Charles, Vs. They were picked up
ona hour and 47 minutes later by

Com' Guard boats, v j
A medieil check was complet completed
ed completed this mining at the Naval hos hospital
pital hospital at Chincoteagut, Vi., nd
all fivft wera given a clean bill of
heal'h. ilr
CAr 3. fi. 'Braun, pilot M the
plane and commanding officer of
guided m'SKile. soiudron at
Chincoteague Naval ; Sir Sta ion,
said he be'leved a cylinder exnlo-

i sion probably cinsed the plane's

engine failure, jt was en : route
from Norfolk to Ch'ncoteague when
thp fa"nre oecur,,ed. .
Braun's passengers were Identi Identified
fied Identified only as L L. Addlcott. Lt.

Bi B. Bos and two enlisted men.

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Teenage Bride

l ires Of Husband,
Flees To Milwaukee i

MILWAUKEE fUPn A tin.

14-year-old runaway told author authorities
ities authorities here that she ii tireH nf h

68-year-old Iowa farmer husband

of two months.
Police found the

nette, whom they 'described as

jsiiiu oi cur,- jiving in a Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee roomintr hmi with n.

year-old grl. The 15 -year-old was
returned to a Lutheran children's
home in Iowa from which hnh

girls had run away.
But the child bride was another
prob em. Police said she produced
a mar.nage license, dated in Au August,
gust, August, leaving "no question" that
w,t J?arled- She said h
white-thatched husband had given
her a round-trip ticket so that she

youiQ accompany her 15-year-old
mend to Milwaukee. -Authorities
said the girl told this
life story; v .,t
.She entered the Children's homi
?f 1 when h moth moth-er
er moth-er t third husband allegedly in involved
volved involved mM mofalsarge
..She escaped .i repeatedly from
the; home. ihe lasfc t'me shieeting a
"SrPbtoldjAer; of.

"V0W,inr. housekeeper.
; The trucker rove ier to the
farmer who hired her.- The one one-week
week one-week employment e'nded in mar mar-nage
nage mar-nage in August. The wedding cer certificate
tificate certificate showed, the youngster's
age as 18. :
The girl was held on a petition
charging her. with acting in a
manner dangerous to the health
and morals of herself and others.

WASHINGTON,. Oct. 23 (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A government authorized reduc reduction
tion reduction of down payments on me

dium priced homes financed,

tnrough federaiiy-cnartereo sav

ings and loan associations was

seen today as helping counterfact'
any; tightening of credit, h K

' The Home Loan Bank Board an announced
nounced announced last night that the asso association
ciation association may write mortgage loans
up to BO per cent of the house's ap appraised
praised appraised value. The limit had been
80 per cent.
Thus, the buyer who- is financing
a $15,000 house will be able to

borrow up to $13,500 instead of

$12,000. The down payment may
be, therefore, as little as 1,500 in instead
stead instead Of $3,000.
The amended rules become .Af .Affective
fective .Affective tomorrow. The new cell celling
ing celling will apply on loans up to $18, $18,-000
000 $18,-000 in an effort to funnel money
Into financing of low. : and me medium
dium medium priced housing., ,
"Harold P' Braman) managing di

rector of the National. League.

Insured Savings Associations, nail nailed
ed nailed the ruling and said vit ''could
result in expansion of home con construction
struction construction by 10 per cent or more
annually."
Under the' rules, where the
home buyyer makes only the" 10
per cent down payment, he will
not be permitted to take out a
second mortgage.
FWllv.rhirtered saving and

loan association! number l,TT2i

and write about half we nome
mortgages placed with the na nation's
tion's nation's 8,182 savings and loan in
stitutlons.
Altamira Scores
New Success Wih
Hallowe'en Hop
Club Altamira scored another
success SaturdtMvith Ita fund fund-raising
raising fund-raising Hallowe'en dan,ce at the

aaineano uaiooa in hum
AifViftnh t SalneariA was

Jammtd to ctptcity, : : members,

of the duo felt, mat an wiose,

who tttended !tnjoyea inem-

selm despite minor, inconve inconveniences,
niences, inconveniences, and expressed their ap

preciation lor tne support given
to their final fund-raising activ activity
ity activity for 1958.
It is estimated that the liar,
which was operated by the club
for the night, did a record busi business
ness business although prices were kept
down to a minimum.
Music for the dance was pro provided
vided provided by the Willie Moro orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. r- T x

USIS Illustrated

Magazine For Soviet

. WASHINGTON,. Oct. 22 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The U.St government's Russian Russian-language
language Russian-language magadne "American Il Illustrated"
lustrated" Illustrated" which. has a circulation"
of 58,000 cples monthly in the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union, began Its third year
Of publication today.
--.The lavishly illus rated maga maga-line,
line, maga-line, which sells for the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of 30 cents, is published by
the U.S. Information Agency. The
United States plans early- next
year ,o begin Polish language
edit.on of the magaiine.
The Second anniversary .Issue
features on its cover pictures of
the Russian Moiseyev Dancers per performing
forming performing jn New York. Among the
feature 81110168 fa art exolans'ioa
of the operation of the New York
Times. ;?.. j.; i,-
m "Indica ions are that America
Illustrated continues to enjoy ex extreme
treme extreme popularity, and is' avidly
bought when k appears,'' the U U-SIA
SIA U-SIA said. "The Soviet people show
an intense interest in America
and the activities of the Ameri.
cans 'n their everyday lives. Al Also,
so, Also, this magazine is the only non non-communist
communist non-communist western publication a a-vallable
vallable a-vallable generally to Soviet read read-ers."
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Bogus $10 Bills
litter Tamoico Port,
Alter Crews' Arrest
TAMPICO, Mexico, Oct. 25 -1
(UPI) Three crewmen of the I I-talian
talian I-talian freighter Vettor Pisanl were
arrested here last night following
the discovery of a ouantity of
counterfit U.S. $5 and $20 bill
hidden aboard the ship.
Tha auinecti war Manfifl4

Enrleo Vanci, Tlerenw paoline
and Rugf'ero Bilun, The ship's
csptaln, Celestlno Biglleti, was not
Charged. -:

ffnr nr(ifrfd a imvh t h .km

after hank In Verurm nnnriiui

thst $30,000 worthf of the hotut

bills turned up (Hiring the ships's
recent stopover there.

In addition to the unspecified
number ot forged banknotes found
aboard the Vettor, a number were
found floating in the harbor near
its anchorage.

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WHICH ONE'S THE LEMMON? These be4utiesSjortin:vihlat 192ft bathin cos-

tumes, :are drawing crowd to ihe beach at San Diego where they're filming scenes for me
farce, "Some Like It Hot." Jack Lerrtmon and yony Curtis masquerade as Women'Daphne"!
'. and "Josephine In what producer Billy Wilder calls '(a combination of 'Scat-face' and 'Char
; ley's Atmt.' They're; assisted by an unrriasquerading doll, Marilyn Monroe. Oh, yes, Lem Lem-j
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PERFECT PITCH An experimental device that losses nay bal from the baler to the farm
wagon with Big-League-pitcher accuracy is shown being riemonsUated at New Holland, Pa. It
removes the toil from one of hay-making's toughest jobs. The bale thrower is operated from
the tractor by. a throttle controlling the thrower's engine. Between the white, "jaws' seen at
end of baler are two high-speed belts which constitute the "pitching arm."

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WARMING UP HONEST JOHN-Two Canadian artilletymen carefully wrap an honest John
tocket In a heating pad to bring -the fuel to- an even temperature before firing. The Cana Canadians
dians Canadians are among soldiers of many nations tminiftg with the U.S. Army at rt. Sill, Okla

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'" ALL ABOARD Although his left forelg Ji broken. in thrt places ana is neia wimr wnn
metal bracVsV with pins right through the bones, -'Snoopy" doesn't miss out on any fun He's
. at his favorite, a ride on the miniatura train at Hoover's funland In Casper. Wyd. The pt
of John HooverLbprOi)ritor,,':Snoopy; U i)e,vietim ot nlt-andrunjfr
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inoiher Dale Kixed
inalr Croon ''
:dr Princess Meg;
LONDON. Oct. 23 (UPD

k""rooner Franlt Sinatra said to-

'ay ne turnea down an inma inma-;lon
;lon inma-;lon to a party to alnj for Brit Brit-in's
in's Brit-in's pretty Princess Margaret
because he had another, date..,
Sinatra. In London ior the
British Premiere of camedian
Danny Kaye'a film "Me and the
Colonel." surprised British -o-rialltea
last night by failing ,to
turn up at a charity ball where
Margaret danced until after 2
a.m, "Z:'?;'
One shocked London newspa newspaper
per newspaper reported that the linger who
has taken part in the London

social whirl all week refused to

attend the party at the. Savoy
Hotel because 1 prefer not to
give unrehearsed performances."
. Sinatra said today through a

spokesman, however, that jto

many Invitations to parties were
showered on him when he arriv arrived
ed arrived here that he had to turn most
of them down. The one at which
Margaret danced until the early
hours of this morning was one
that he passed up at the same
time, he said.
Margaret was squired at the
party by Canadian Esmond But Butler,
ler, Butler, tall and handsome assistant
press attache- at Buckingham
Palace.

French Paratroops
Using Artillery
On Trapped Rebels

ALGIERS. Oct. 23 (UPl) A

French paratroop division is using

artillery and air attack to smash
some 400 rebels trapped in the

Saida mountains of eastern Alge

ria, it was reported today.
Informed sources said the bat battle
tle battle has been raging for a week.

No eslima e of casualties could
be obtained immediately.
At the same time, it was re reported
ported reported that a French regiment
killed 16 rebels and wounded 17
in a clash in the mountanous Bordj
Mejana area of Cons.antine pro province.
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Despite the reports of battle.

a French army spokesman saia

rebel acivity has "declined dras

tically" in the past two weeks. He
Said the anti-French forces are
showing signs of weakness.
Meanwhile. It was announced

that Algeria's public safety com

mittees, their influence arasucauy

reduced by defeat in a snowaown
with Premier Charles de Gsulle
last week.' have reorganized with

the apparent intention of operat operating
ing operating as political parJy.
The new "Organization of Pub

lic SafetyijCommittees" is to have
Wmbrrs from Alf!ir-and 95

from the provinces. Leaders of

the movement say they hope at
least half of-its members will be

Arabs.

California' Judged ;

Excludes Oil Group
In Anil .Trust Suit
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(UPI) Federal Judge James
Cirli, Tfivsl granted mntinn

excluding the Conservat on Com-
mitt vt i ;fi.H i rt:t

as a deendant in an eight -year-

old ami-trus. suit.
At a pre-trial bear ng yesterday,
the Judge gran'ed the motion for
exclusion irter Attv Harnlrt Mn-.

ton poin ed ou. that the Conserv

ation vommiuee oao into sg sfu sfu-davits
davits sfu-davits stating that the organiza organization
tion organization has not conspired to con rol

prices. ..

In his plea to have his client
dismissed as a defendant, Morton
cla med there waa nn factual Mm.

pute regarding oil production lev levels
els levels before the complaint was fil filed
ed filed against the committee and

several major oil producers.

ine anti-irusr action charges
that the o l firms and the commis commis-aion
aion commis-aion consoired in fir nriea hi mi.

trol'ing production levels.

Morion, in nis motion for dis dismissal,
missal, dismissal, also axnlainftri 'hat th.

question before the court was to
decide if production rates were
juggled after the complaint was was-filed
filed was-filed in 1950, and he said that tub tub-seauent
seauent tub-seauent to the tlm h

petition was filed conditions had

coangea ana mere would be no
relief granted by issuing an in injunction
junction injunction restricting mm mitt

tivi'ies.

The Judge rejected secondary
ground for dismissal which stated
there was no evidence of conspi conspi-racy
racy conspi-racy after 1950. He also inform-

ea Morton tnst the dismissal
wouldn't restrlc the "overn'n nt's
right to Drove that th nmmii(i

Ind had engaged in alleged iMe-

gi accivuies wnn the case comes
to trial.
King Hussein lilts
Travel Restrictions
AMMAN. Jordan HTPn Va

Husseitl's regime vesterdav lift-

ed most of the highway travel re restrictions
strictions restrictions that hari hn i

under the martlsl law decree of
last year.

A military announcement said
the army had removed all check-
DOintS amnff Iho maitl rnsrl. 4-r. m

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Amman to Nablus and from the
Jordanian sector of Jerusalem to

iroia.
The kin IT had nfrirW tha hi-...

road check ai nriiiU !..

year- after disclosure of a plot to

saaasinaie mm.
Onlv twn phrWninf m

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In operation one off King Hus Hussein's
sein's Hussein's Bridge and the other at

Suweimeh on the Jordan River

oetween Amman and Jerusalem.
' A British armv nAlrm.. i.

Amman said that another shiplad
of British troops, supplies and
frmmunifon lef WedhMdaV from
the southern port of Aqab'a in a
conUnuing ithdrawal f the
forces rushed here In last sum summer's
mer's summer's emergency1.

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FIRST RESIDENTS OF- PANAMA BOOKED ON PAN-AM JETS The former general manager
of 11 Panama Hilton Hotel, Pierre Jaqulllard, and his wife receive their tickets from Elton D.
Todd, local director of Pan American World A'rways,, prior to their departure for Paris. The ',
jaquillards will board the huge Pan-Am let clipper "America" at Idlewild, New York on a
non-stop flight for Paris In hours. They are bound for Europe where Jaquillard will as-
sumi new duties with Hilton corporation.

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NEW RANK The Insignia of his new rank was pinned on
Maj. Arthur A. Mourfc, assistant secretary of the Joint Staff,
by Lt. Gen. Rldgely Oaither, Commander in Chief Caribbean,
Monday Looking on is Moura's wife, Josephine, who was
present for the promotion ceremony at the unified command
headquarters at Quarry Heights. (U.S. Army Photo)

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UNMENTIONABLE MOVIE
TOKYO (UPI) An arrav of

ladies' panties and brassieres war
floated over downtown Tokyo last

night on .c'usters of Balloons.1

It advert sed a new motion pic-
ture, entitled: "Women Are Made?
of Underwear."

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AUTO All CONOITIONM
GmsYoulhtez :
Mer Cooling"-
With FRIGETTE in your eat' ,'
yea gt full time auto air tin.
ditionlni from the mortant
you turn it on. That's becaut
FRIGETTE hai the eooling
power to do the job better
and falter.

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Boy Who Admitted
Slabbing Parents

leaves Bellevue
NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UPI) -Melvin
Dean Nimer, the eijht-year-old
boy who once said he
stabbed his paren.s to death, rll
leave the B e 1 1 e v u e psychiatric
ward tomorrow to be taken to U U-tah
tah U-tah to live with his grandparents.
The boy, who is called by his
middle name of Dean underwent
six weeks of psychiatric examina examination
tion examination after he allegedly "confessed"
killing his parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin A. Nimer Jr., then recant recanted
ed recanted the story.
The child's attorney, Harris B.
Ctoinhercr aairi vesterdav that DSV-

chaitrisU'at Bellevue fond Dean

had "an emotional disturbance tnai
inti navchiatric supervi

sion" and the condition apparently

pre-dated tne sept. I ooume mum mum-er
er mum-er of his parents.
- Steinberg said arrangements had
been made for treatment of Desn's
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persoiiaiiiy uisumc rn;u

goes to orem, uian, to live wim
his grandparents, Mrs. Dean Park
and Melvin A. Nimer Sr.
The question of whether Dean
ac ually did kill hl parents re remained
mained remained unanswered. District At Attorney
torney Attorney John M. Braisted of Staten
Island said he would not, howev however,
er, however, interfere with the boy's depar departure
ture departure for Uiah.

TOMORROW GRAND RE-OPENING OF

Church Of God
Lists UDComing
Activities
The Church of God in Rio

Abajo today listed the following i

activities.
Each Monday evening at 7:30
the Senior Youth Fellowship will
present a program of interest to
youths and Invites all of the
youth of the community td. at attend.
tend. attend. ;
Oh October 30 at 8 p.m., the
Men's Fellowship, will stage a

men's elocutionary- contest, pre

ceded by a short variety pro

gram. There will be approxi approximately
mately approximately eve,n contestants in the
contest, for. which three prises
will be offered. Three prominent
personalities in the community
will ac tas Judges, and musical
and instrumental numbers will
enliven the program.
On Sunday and Monday Nov.
2 and 3, a missionary program
will be held. Special speakers
will deliver several messages and
on Monday evening a general
missionary program will be car carried
ried carried through with several minis ministers
ters ministers participating.
A class of candidates is now
being prepared r and' an early
baptism Is in the offing. ;
On Sunday. Nov.. 9. the annual

Youth Convention Is scheduled.

MODERN DISTINGUISHED AIR-CONDITIONED

to visit our big Italian
shoe exhibition. Hand
made shoes for ladies,
men and children of
the famous Domani,
Varese and Lola.
We expect you at this
exhibition during
Thursday 23, Friday 24
and Saturday 25.

We will give as a
re-opening present
JQQ Italian LANCI dolls
to the first 100 ladiea
that buy Domanln
irvm.

JJQ dolls to tnS- 50 firiU

parsons that buy
Lola boy's' shots,
Italian pursss to tht
first SO persona that,
, buy tola girls.



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THURSDAY, OCTOBER tJMa
ultifort Golf

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Matches To Be Completed
By Next Sunday Afternoop:

the first round pairings for the 16th Mido Mul Mul-tif
tif Mul-tif art Watch Tournament at the Brazos Brook Coun Country
try Country Club have been announced and the competitors
are cautioned that their matches should compet competed
ed competed by sundown on Sunday, Oct. 26.

If the players cannot get to together
gether together on a itarting time, the
official tlihe has been set for 9
a.m. Sunday. The team which
does not appear at that time will
be compelled to forfeit the
match.
As announced previously, sub substitutes
stitutes substitutes are permitted provided
their handicaps are not lower
than the player whose place they
are taking.
wr i. the draw:
Galindo-Alberga vs. Greene, J
Leigh.
Huldtqulst-Walnlo vs. Hull Hull-Thompson.
Thompson. Hull-Thompson. D. Brown-Nordstrom vs. bye.
Kenway-Larry Wilder vs. bye.
Hoverson-Tortorlci vs. bye.
Pros Kicking Like
Amateurs This Year
NEW YORK (UPD They're
place kicking like amateurs ;n
professional football this season.
The National Football League
has the game's best place-kickers.
Booting extra points after touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns is considered "automatic
But so far this season, "erratic'
is a mare apt word for the con conversion
version conversion specialists.
They have failed to convert
after 15 of the 146 touchdowns
scored in the first 24 ames,
That's as many as they flubbed
all last season when they made
good 338 times, in 353 attempts.
Last ear six teams the
Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears,
Detroit Lions, New York Giants,
San Francisco Forty Nine's and
Green Bay Packers clicked on
every extra point attempt in true
pro style. ,
This season such place kicking
experts as Lou Groza of he
Browns, George Blanda f the
Beairs, Bobby Layne of the Lions
.nH Pittshurch Steelers and Gor-
die Soltau of the Forty -Mners
i .. UA nvti-s rvnint tries DlOCKSa
or otherwise failed to convert. :
Groza, the game's master place-i
kickeir, has had two extra point
attempts blocked this season.
Groza, 13 years a pro, probably
never has flubbed an ex ra point
trV when the pass from center
was good, the ball put down cor correctly
rectly correctly and Us line held.
Eight of the missed conversions
so fair this season have- been
blocked by the onrushing defense.
The kicker usually is not re responsible
sponsible responsible for these failures, but
the fact remains that some of the
game's top place kickers are off
to lousy starts.
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:10
Jeffrey Hunter
Nisei Patrick
"COUNT FIVE AND DIE"
in Cinemascope!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Lee J. Cobb Gia Scala
"THE GARMENT JUNGLE"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"UNDER THE RED SEA"
(Repeat Run)
GATUN 7:00
"THIS IS RUSSIA"
(Documentary)
"THE IRON MAN"
MARGARITA 6:15 ft S:00
Glenn Ford Jeanne Grain
"FASTEST GUN ALIVE"
(Repeat Run)
PARAISO 7:00
"WORLD WITHOUT END"
and "Call of The Klondike"
$ANTA CRUZ 7:00
George Montgomery
Diane Brewster
"BLACK PATCH"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"THE JINGLE" and
"Assignment To Danger"

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Also:
THE TALL TARGET
wlth Dick, Powell

Meehan-Robln MorlandT vs.

bye
Blayton-Plnkham vs.,pye, .
Horan-Mathieson vs. bye:
Compton-Nelson vs. Owen Owen-Morland.
Morland. Owen-Morland. McGllberry-Logan vs. bye.
Hamlin-Geslnk vs. bye. ;; ;
Roth-DeRaps vs. bye. -V !,
A. L. Wilder-Lewis vs. bye.
Duncan-Johnsori vs. bye.
FrenchrMarouard vs. bye.
Hause-Dverson vs., JPfier-Wal-
lace
Along The Fairways
FIRST ROUND MATCHES COM COMPLETED
PLETED COMPLETED IN WOMENS' AMADOR
CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
First round matches vers, com
pleted this week-end in the Fori
Amador Womens' Club Champion
ship tournament. In the Champion
ship Flight- Fearr Trim had to
shoot a neat 79 to beat Jean Sulli
van 2 and 1, Both girls were for
tunate to have signed up in me li linked
nked linked F'.nd toiirnam-n1 and came
in with sizzling net scores of 66
and 54 respectively. respectively.-The
The respectively.-The folb -g are t!ie resu'.'s of
all matches:
Ibsmpiosltip Klit!V
Conh:? Bishop over Bev.Dilfer
Pearl Tn i o-- Sullivan
Ethel I'erantie over Helrn Owns
Helen 3ten.pi;! ovr-r rte Wright
Plrst Flight
Betty Hem jp ovf Bobbift Hughes
Bea C'ineley over Mar'm' Itfallnry
B. J. N'lj.m cvir M Aushnenier
Lorrainj Spencer over Eve Mon Mon-tcah.
tcah. Mon-tcah. All .first rr:nd lof d-.?
Consolation Fl;n. a..d will;. pla-
match using 3-4 of the difference
of handica F blowing ?if tp;iK
ings for second round m'atshc:
Chsfip'enship 7-ryh
Bislnp vs. Trim
Perantie vs. Stempel
First Flight
Hcnnon vs. CiivM
Nelsn vs. Spencer
CntiUnn Tlight
Dilfe- vs. Hughe? 1
Owens Ausnehmer
Sutli'a4i vs .!
Wriah! v: Monteath
, All second round matches, mus
be completed .jy Sunday. Oct. 28
Whatever
Happened to...
United Press Inttrnatienat
Bill Zuber pitched 'in the Ameri American
can American League for 11 ytars and
wound up on the "plus side" with
43 victories and 42 defeats, no
mean achievement for a man who
never was a star. .Zuber never
won more than nine games in hf
best major league season but he
found employment with Cleveland.
Washington, the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees and Boston Red Sox from
1936 through 1947. Zuber was 9-9
for Washington in 1942 and 5-1
for the Red Sox in 1948. In 1947,
still with the Red Sox, he manag managed
ed managed to win one and lose none, that
victory putting htm on the plus
side for his career.
Whatever happened to Bill
Zuber? ow 45. he owns a popular
restaurant in Chicago.
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Horse Race Saturday
. CAMDEN, N.J. (UPI) The
ridina assienments were complet

ed today for Saturday's $295,250
Garden State, Stakes, the world's
richest horse race.
Ismael Valenzuela, who won
this year's Kentucky Derby
aboard Tim Tarn, will ride Ralph
Lowe's Sherry Prince," while Eric
Guerin will pilot Brookmeade Sta Stable's
ble's Stable's Sword Dancer.
Named to handle the 10 other
expected starters for .the mile
and one-sixteenth event are Ed
die Arcaro on C. T, Chenery's
First Landing, Willie Shoemaker
on F. Turner Jr.'s Tomy Lee, El-
don Nelson on Brookfield -Farms'
Intentionally. Willie Hartack on
King Ranch's, Black Hills, Bobby
Ussery on Moon "Age, Manuel
Ycaza on Llangollen Farms'
Restless Wind, Steve Brooks on
Poltex Stale's Winsome Winner,
Howard- Grant on Briardale
Farms' Rico Testa. Jim Combest
on T. A. Grissonfs Nimon, and
Keith Stuart oh ,, C. Boshamer's
Carolina Joy. j;
First Landing is a pre-race fa
vorite at 8-5 to account for the
winner's purse of 1177,150.
Tomy Lee is second choice.
UPI Small College.
Football Ratings
NEW YORK (UPI)-The United
Press International small college
football ratings first place votes
and won-lost records- in paren
theses:
Taam Faints
1. Miss. South. (25) (4-0) V 327
2. Connecticut (4) (4-1) 255
3. Bowl. Green (O.) (2) (5-0)208
4. Chattanooga (1) (4-1) 204
5. Mont. St., Coll. U) (5-0) 184
6. Miami (Q.) (1) (3-1 177
7. Butler (IndJ (1) (5-0 116
8. Cent. Mich. (6-0) 73
x 9. N'e'rn (Okla.) St. (1) (6-0) 57
10. Wheaton (111.) (1) (5-0) 50
11, East Texas State, 48; 12, St.
Benedict's (Kan: (1). 44; 13,
Amherst (Mass.) (1), 43; 14, Ida
ho State, 42; 15, Arizona (Flag-
stan) state u), ; (tie), wu wu-lamette
lamette wu-lamette (Ore.) (1), Lamar Tech
(Tex.) and California Poly of San
Luis Obispo, 38 each; 19, Juniata
(Pa. (1), 32; 20, Middle Tennes
see State, 28, A
Others receiving 10 or more
points Tufts (Mass-) and Tampa
(Fla.),' 2T each; Trinity (Tex.)
(1), and Lafayette, 22 each; Le
high (Pa ), 20; Northeast (La.)
State, 18; Lincoln (Mo.) (1) and
North Dakota university, 16
each: West Chester (Pa.) Teach
ers, 15: Williams (Mass.) and
Missouri Valley, 14 each;. Fresno
(Calif.) State, 13; Presbyterian
(S.C.), 'Sewanee (Tenn.) and Kent
(Ohio) State, 11 each; and David
son (N.c.) (1), Buffalo (N.Y.)
(1, Arkansas Tech and Memphis
State, 10 each.
Sports Briefs
TIGERS BUY BURNSIDI
DETROIT (UPI) Southpaw
Pete Burnside. 28. today was pur
chased from the Phoenix" Giants
of the Pacific Coast League by
the' Detroit -Tigers. Burnside
sosted an 11-7 record and 3.91
earned run average for the PCL
champions.
AWAIT MEDICAL REPORT
PRINCETON, N. J. (UPI)
Coach Dick Colman awaited a
medical report today whether
halfback Dan-Sachs will be lost to
Princeton, for Saturday s game
against Cornell. Sachs suffered a
severe back injury against Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Oct. 11.
SIGN TV BOUT
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Ray of Chicago have been
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HEADLESS HORSE MAN ? Apparently dimtUftedwith
hU regulars, Lt Ellis Hamlett seems ready to eonfouAdthe
ooposition by sending in a headless ball carrier at Schoneld
Bartacks in Honolulu. Actually. Dave Thelen, ace back, has his
head bowed as he listens to coach of 27th Infantry Wolfhounds.

Florida Faced With Repeat
Performance Against LSU s
Leading Rusher Billy Cannon

By DAVID M, MOFPIT
ATLANTA (UPI)-The Florida
Gators, who employed the nation's
second best rushing defense effec
tively to hobble the leading South
eastern Conference rusher last
Saturday, are faced this Saturday
with, the necessity of a repeat per
formance against halfback Billy
Cannon of Louisiana state, tne
new' rushing leader.
The Gators ably assisted by a
driving rain and a mud mired
field held halfback Tom. Moore ot
Vahderbilt to 42 yards. Moore,
who had been averaging 75 yards
per game'- dropped to second in
SEC rushing behind Cannon who
powered his way for 108 yards in
a 32-7 win over Kentucky.
Florida'i defensive line has
stacked up as second only to that
of Auburn! this year. The Gators
will need their best defensive ef effort
fort effort when they take on the high high-scoring
scoring high-scoring Bengals at Baton Rouge,
La. Saturday night.
LSU, Averaging four touchdowns
per game,, is favored to chalk up
its sixth "Straight victory against
Florida. Now that Auburn has
stumped ;lts toe against Georgia
Green Waves'
As UPI Coach
NEW' ORLEANS, La. (UPI) (UPI)-He
He (UPI)-He once participated in one of
college football's most memorable
como frdm, behind victories
and now tells the story frequently
to inspire his own players.
For a while this season, though,
it looked lik he might have to

thinK Up a new "une as nisrup ine inning pass from Bill
team lost its first four games, i Shakespeare to Wayne Miliner for

bui mere s someunng a now. me
sigm ot a service academy team
on the opposing side of the field
which inspires the men of Tulane,'
and so Andy pilney's Green Wave,
underdogs upset Navy, 14-6, and,
won himr the United Press Inter-
national Coach
Of The Week
award
Affable Andy, who enjoys an
unusual type of success in that
he is popular even, mougn nis
tearns haven't won half their
games? during the past five sea seasons
sons seasons calls .the 1958 Tulane squad
"unpredictable',
"The games we should have
won; we didn't," Pilney oinls
out. "The ones, we weren't sup supposed
posed supposed to win, we did.
"We'd been struggling for four
games to win but weren't quite
good enough he continued. "Oh,
don't misunderstand me. We
played some good football, but we
had some1 tough games and just
never could win until Saturday.
"Of course, we like to beat any anybody,'.'
body,'.' anybody,'.' Pilney a i s red, "BUT
especially the academies. "They
always have good teams, and
there's nothing like beating the
best."
In five games against Armv
and Navy, Tulane has lost only
once. That was las season when
the Green Wave threw scare
inui Armv before succumbin?: 20-
14. Beofre that, Tulane tied Navy
21-21 In 1949; piayea a scoreless
tie 'With the Army in 1953; and
beat Navy 21-6 in 1956.
Th 45-vear-oid Pilney lfkes ;o
hark back to that afternoon of
Nov. 2. 1935 when he helped No
Ire Dame achieve one of its
vrpaimt gridiron '.victories.
In that same' against Ohio
s ale No ra Dame trailed 13 0, in
the f nal iperiod. PHney, then the
Irish auarterback. set up his
team's first touchdown .wi'h a 23-
yard puot ,relurh and a pass, to

urta

ugh Selected UPI

Tech it appears that the game
between LSU and, unbeaten 7th
rated Mississippi, at Baton Rouge
inov. i, win decide the; 1958 south
eastern Conference championship
Defense appears to be Florida s
lone hope for the Gator offense
doesn't compare with LSU s. Flor
ida has a running threat in so"'io-
more nauuacn uua ueai. anu i
capable quarterback in little Jim
my Dunn. 1, J ,-
The LSU-Florlda contest high highlights
lights highlights Saturday which includes
two other intra-conference 'games
and six non-conierenc engage engagements.
ments. engagements. t.-'' ..'...,.
The other ; league outings, find
Kentucky, against Georgia at
Atnens, Ga., and Mississippi state
host to Alabama at Starkville,
Miss.
Georgia Tech, now 3-1-1, will be
at Dallas to face Southern Metho
dist; Auburn will be at home to
Dattereo Maryland ; Mississippi
gets a chance, to square accounts
with winless Arkansas, a long longtime
time longtime Rebel nemesis, at '' Little
Rock; Tennessee will be host to
independent Florida State: Tulane
meets Kansas at Lawrence, Kan.
1 and Vanderbilt entertains Virginia
Pilney Chosen
Of The Week'
neered an 80-yard drive; climaxed
by a 'touchdown .'pass to Mike
Layden. Then, with slightly more
than one minute vo play, he exe executed
cuted executed a brilliant 32-yard run -to
the Ohio State" 19. Andy injured
his leg on that play and had to
leave me game, but he Jiad set
an. -jia-ia. victory.,
Li
Whiz Kids
In Rushing
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in fill tMM lltfAIICA
------ WIIW
NEW YORK (UPD- A pai-'of
whiz kids from the Far West are
totaling the, most .mileage these
weekends along the major college
r-ootball frnt. '
Dick Rass oi College of the Pa Pacific,
cific, Pacific, was the leader in -total-offense
and rushing "while r Bob
Newman of Washington Sate
regained as the top passer in the
lates statistics. released, by the
NCAA Service Bureau.!
However, both., will have to
shake out of minor slumps this
week to maintain the!r present
)--""ions. : ,(
Although limited to 58 ards
against Cincinna i' last- week,
Pass remained the nation's top
offensive threat with 672 yards
gained in four games. He also
was the leading rusher with 619
yai'ds to his credit.
Newman, hampered by injur injuries,
ies, injuries, has attempted only four
passes in is as two games,
completing three of them. How However,
ever, However, due to an early season
surge, he, has a creditable ,. 49
completions in 75 a'temots..
Both leaders are being hard hard-pressed
pressed hard-pressed Bass by Billy Hols Hols-claw
claw Hols-claw of Virginia Tech for the to total
tal total offense, leadership and New
man ry Lee urosscup of Utah.
PHILS SIGN PITCHERS
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) the
Philadelphia Phillies have signed
pitchers John C. Koskl Jr. of New
York and Sanford 3. Hamilton of
West f Augusta, V., for their
Tampa club in the Class P Florida
SUte League. ?:

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Oct. 53-4UPI)
Danny Murtaugh, the "Interim
manager! who stayed around to
lead the 'Pittsburgh Pirate to
their best .finish since 1944, was
selected today the United Press
International's 1958 National
League manager of the, year.

The ;41-yeac: old native of
Chester, Pa., was named by 18 of
the 24 baseball writers, three
from each city m the league,
who comprised the UP-I's special
committee. Manager Fred Haney
of the league champion Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves and Bill Rigney' of
tne san Francisco Giants receiv
ed three votes each.
. Murtaugn. wno was hired as
"interim manager" on Aug. 3.
1957, was honored for his nart in
converting a team that tied for
last piace last season Into a second-place
outfit this vear The
team improved by a total of 22
games rrom a 02-92 record in
1957 to an 84-70 mark in 1958.
General manager Joe Brown
of the Pirates gave Murtaugh,
who succeeded Bobby Bragan,
sz-game trial and decided,
on the basis of a 26-26 record,
to give him a new one-year
contract.
The Pirates trailed In th nrv
during tlie early months' of the
season out finally took over sec
ond place, from the fading- Gi Giants
ants Giants in, 'early August and gave
the Braves a spirited battle the
remainder of the way. The Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, won 32 of their last 52
games while the Braves 'clinch 'clinched
ed 'clinched their second straight pennant
by winning 33 of theif last 52,
Few managers have broken
into their new Jobs under such
trying circumstances as did
Murtaugh,: who recalls, his first
aa,y as manager of the Pirates as
"my saddest day in baseball."
. Murtaugh, took over the actual
reigns on. Aug. 4, 1957. The Pi
rates started a doubleheader
with the Chicago Cubs that day
with a six-game losing streak
and burled in seventh place
When the day was over they had
aroppea a doubleheader. extend
ed their losing; streak to eight
and dropped into the National
League cell w.
; "I .can sljill recall the disap disappointment
pointment disappointment t)f that day," Mur
taugh says, "We were beaten, 6
0, by Moe Drabowsky in the first
game and 3-a in 12 innings in
the second game'
The Cubs winning rally in the
second game was engineered by
Jerry Klndall, then hitting .160,
ana jbck Liuren, nitting .190.
' under Murtaugh, the Pirates
finally accomplished the rise
from the second division which
had seemed impossible during
the previous seven years. Mur Murtaugh
taugh Murtaugh helped develop pitchers
George Witt and Curt Raydon
into two of the league's top
rookies, helped Bob Skinner de
velop into one of the league's
most dangerous hitters and also
was instrumental; in thlrdpase thlrdpase-man
man thlrdpase-man Frank Thomas' top cam campaign.
paign. campaign. ; ;
Never a star player, Mur
taugh is best remembered as a
hard-fighting utility type with
both the Philadelphia Phillies
and Pirates. His lifetime aver average
age average in the big leagues was a
mere .254. -.
Haney kept the Braves to together
gether together through an early-season
run of injuries to key players
and finally guided them to their
second straight flag by a mar
gin of eight games. Rlgney, gam
bling with young players, helped
make the Giants a sensational
contender for nearly two-thirds
of the season.
Smith Leads Day
By One Stroke In
Seagram's Ringer
Time is growing short in the
Seagram's V.O. Whiskey Ringer
Tournament now being played at
the Summit Hills Golf CluD; out
a baitle royal has shaped up be between
tween between leader Jack Smith and
Frank Dav. Wih four n'ayed days
remaining Smith holds a ary slim
one stroke lead over Day. Smun
leads with his 63.
The ladies'- bracket turned into
a run-away for Pearl Trim as
has carded an 81 ringer score
to lead Maxime Hood by five big
strokes. Mobs Ausnehmer is in
third place at 91, Velta Sharp has
92, and Pat Wiring rests at 93
Showing the biggest : improve improvement
ment improvement at the end of the five weeks
of play is Maggl Bailey, who has
cut off 39 sirokes irom nec ouan ouan-fying
fying ouan-fying score." Runner-up to Magg!
is veua Sharp witn 30 siroxes im improvement
provement improvement 1-' ; '-v.
Among the men showing im improvement
provement improvement is Ed Gharry with 35
Bi'l Bailey with 24 and John Sa
terio wim zi. :
The rinsef .tourna men' ends at
sundown Sunday with prizes going
to those showing the greatest im improvement
provement improvement in their score and the
low net and gross scorers in the
tourna ment. prizes will be ea
gram's V. O. Whiskey.

Editor: CONRADO
-
- MAJOR .LEAGUE
Teams V
RC Nehl
Fuerza y tut 1 rf
Seymour Agency
LuckyStnke
Wynn Fnction Proof
Pan Imperial
Pan Am Jets -HI,
Homa
Won Lost
21 3
18 6
14 10
13 11
11 13
7V4 -16V4
7 17
.4v xm
Averages-CofJey 193, Schmidt
192 Soyster. 188.
High GameCoffey 248, Series
High Series (team) NeHi 2.791
High Game- (team) Seymour
It was jack not or bust nieM
at the Majors. All of" the "f irst "di.
vision teams took four points from
me secona oivis'ion-clubs.
RC Nthi 4 Pan Imperial 0
except in the second game,
which they, won bv 10 nins. Ro
yal Crown Nehi softdrinkers had
an easy time, winning total pins
by 207 sticks. Bill Coffev threw
off his temporary slump and rac-
aea in tne pins on nis favorite one
and- two lanes of Diablo. After his
initial game- of 169, Bill put to
gether a 205 and 233 for a 606
set.
Harry Klumoo came In for
some; attention, when the patiriach
of local bowling, came un with
a 55 series .which included a 214
une.. or xne uaxers ot ran im
perial, firman musician" of Al-
brook,, conducted a 531 tune on
the maples. Joe Burgoon and
our Auen coniriDutea zoo games.
ircui veacin azb. Miimnn ssi
Allen 533. Kaelin 478. Coffev finfi
ran imperial: i,a Beau 531, Bur
goon dui, frusinowskl 478, Albrit
ion u, AOUlKei, 494.
' '
Fuerza y Lui 4
Wynn Friction Proofing 0
The power and light' company of
x uauia nau ooaies oi power and
ouocKea me nwynn iricuon proof proofing
ing proofing for the e works. iGeorpn win
quist displayed that he'made ao
mistake in staging a comeback
tnis season, when he, bowled
245 and a 201 game which with
a 160 line ffavp liim mc
George,, ed ,h, Fera f .Lu?, 'jfr
Wm-:, Two0thei empioyes r of
oc -r j, rouea zoo games,'? Rol
lie Gleichmah and Andv Fistnnirh
For the' Wynn-less gang, they

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participant sport in the nation evi
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more than 20 million bowlers, with
men, women and children taking
to the game as never before.,
Modern bowling centers, air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned and sound-proof, now
feature the latest Jn architectural
design and lavishly styled, inte interiors,
riors, interiors, ft-, K : .'
The rapid strides made by bowl bowling
ing bowling in recent years can be traced
directly' to the advent of the auto automatic
matic automatic pinspotter, which permits
the proprietor ito bperate around
the calendar and eliminates ( the
need f or plnboy Si'dka r f.
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More than five million howlers
are members of organized leagues
representing teams from churches,
fraternal order's. eountv clubs.
high schools, college" and indus industrial
trial industrial organizations, sj! -
iThe American Bowling Congress
is now the largest snorts orgamza
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SARCEANT

could not get going, taking it on
uie cum ior, 2u sucks in the TP
column. There was one exception
when ,George Bell, member Of the -Navy
team that came la second
in the J a n m a'Armed Forces
tournament, and who was these
mor pareneir ot tne uoublef Champs
m the same tourney. BeU smack- n
ed 560. and had a single 212, Hii :
partner in the doubles and a team ?
mate on the Wynn team, Bay Dubt
was one of those who had rough
Fuerza y Luz: Winquist 606j Fer. -nandez
79,; SuUivan,500, Gleich
man 547 Fistonjch.575; k
Wynn: Dube .490, vGroppel 442. -.,
Amato 469, Graham 502,.BeJl 560.
www 9tney Pan Am Jets 0
This was another runs wav when
253 separated the winning Sey.
unnu: lura.wf xosingran Am Jets.
The Pan Am Flyersicould hot get
off the, runways while 'the;. Sey-
motirs .Insurance I salesmen were
collecting plenty of dividends. I
umy one zuu game 'Showed up
in this match whn, Bnh Rnvor Wi-l
bed up in the last 'game with 201.
But the, big : bowler f orSeymour
c uvauixut wiw is navmg, i
banner Season.- Rolling consistent
ly, Ted clicked off 193, m,t-Mi
for a 584 total.
For the;fouled up 'Jets, another,
Ted Melanson by name nosed out
McLane 524 to 522. v I
Seymour: Bover 537. Has!
508, Bates 510, ; Schmist '584, Boy-t
ster 487. ; -fv:'
Pan Am: Lowanais 394, Jamisoiii
453, yoss 48Q, Melaflson 524, LanoJ

Lucky- Strike, 4. H.I. HomaCo. f
The- Lucky .Strikers took it out
on thtf last place H. J.: Homas
The closest the fiomas came to
winning was in 'the opening game"'
when. Bud Balcer rolled 221,; but
his team lost by 29 sticks Even
tually the Lucky Strikes packed up up-a
a up-a lead of 181 pins. George Soto
helped to offset Bud's 221 with his
own 208 in the opener, and went
on to lead the two squads with c
544, beating Balcet's. 538., There
were no other-200 games and the
Hontas are still entrenched in
the: cellar, by Sl-aipoints and 18
l-2out of ftrsti i : .o.
Lucky Strike; $io 544,pMorrow-

515, .Damian 485,? V
Homa : .Charters 499, Schneider
495, Rog-s,425, Thomas 420, Bal-
cer 538.
' V f .,f'' Vj
ship of. more than two-and-a-half
million women in its ranks. The
AJBC Jias 130,000 youngsters Oh
Since bowling does not demand demand-great
great demand-great physical strength to produce
good scores and is inexpensive to
play, more and more women are,,
taking up the game (husbands and
children with : them) indicating
that bowling in the future will be
an even bigger leisure time factor
in American Jife.
, The entire family goes to the ;
hew-concept, bowling center for

health, recreation and enjoyment.
NEXT Bowling attire for then. S
EXPICTTWfiLVE tTARTBM o
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day's Garden State stake, the i,;,
world's richest horse race.v The

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Tiger
By TREVOR SIMONS ;
It is inconceivable that any foot football
ball football team, even one with the al almost
most almost never-ending supply of re reserve
serve reserve power, as is the Balboa Bull Bulldogs,
dogs, Bulldogs, will not feel the loss of a
player of the calibre of Gary Ness.
Last year when only a sophomore
aV Balboa High, the young half halfback
back halfback was selected by this column
as the outstanding gridder of the
year. 1 -.' .'. ,' -.; V
He was surely destined for bet better
ter better things in 1958 what with anoth
er year of experience under his
belt. He might still come back, but
at this moment Gary Ness Is sit sitting
ting sitting out a broken wrist v and will
not be available to the Bulldogs
when they come to-Cristobal Fri Friday
day Friday night to. challenge the Tigers
" in their annual "home coming
game;'.,,. -,, .;
But with ; Balboa nor player is
indispensable and most are expen expen-able.
able. expen-able. It is true that they cannot
replace a Gary Ness with another
player of equal ability; but it is
also true that, on. their bench, bit biting
ing biting at the bit for action, are. more
than a few gridders the- equal of
and better than most of what the
other teams .have to offer under
the heading of first string.
ir
m
if
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IRL SANDERS Tiger center
and strong wall of defense M
linebacker.
Theydidn't have Charlie French
against the Athletic Club, but B"z B"z-iv
iv B"z-iv Rathseber was eaual to the si
tuation and ran up a total f 66
yards gained from scrimmage,
And without Garv Ness the Bull
docs still- were able toKet "plenty
of millage out of young Dick Ness
and Dick Scott -to in?re than- take
ud tne siacK. rne omy vwiuie
uioiilrncss was thg ShsenCe of
cdmpetent punter as the Bulldogs
mentor appeared reluctant to
chance Charlie French in the fear
of hurting his still not completely
healed ankle sprain.
So far the Canal "Zone 'football
schedule has been full of surprises,
though the final outcomes have
gone very much according r to
script. Junior College, underdogs
all the way, held the Tigers to
a porplp!s tie and" then nroceeded
to cive the Bulldogs a battte:that
s-ereeded in' lettine the defending
champs know that they had been
in a game. Actually, scoring
trains Balboa and losing, by the
narrow margitt of a single touch
By OSCAR JJWUY
NEW "YORK (UPI) The y
who said rtimtf ls anoney fnust
have been a-jockey. -V.-.
The iflidget'i mtlHonalreB have
had something Pig going lortom
ever since the invention f the
automobile made it neqesskry for
horses to find, another dodge.
They get 10. per cent of whatever
the oatburner pulls down ani that
,1Liehthe UtOe matter of earning
$78,614 in a champagne break of
eight minutes, 42-2-5 seconds.
That's been the total payoff to
the five riders or the pas: win:
ners of the Garden State, the
ui. i-u.. k.... nii wnron
worm s iivik:oi iw'k .....
goes up for grabs at the New
t .. c n ir A v: It's
e noue to make a man quit
feeding hta son vitamins.,
1 Good Day's Wage
Hank Moreno won the Inaugural
running in 1953. For, h s one min min-v.
v. min-v. ute and 46 seconds of labor his
navoff was $15.128 the winner's
' purse that year being $151,280,
if there still are 60 seconds
an hour, that's a wage of $513,758
per hour ef $4,110,048,, per eight
hour day. As a man who flunked
algebra three s raight years, I
can't figure 'ou; what that would
be ior a f ve-day week.
. In the second running, Eric
1 Guerin boo.ed Summer Tan home
and picked ud the jockey's com commission
mission commission of $15,109. For that kind
of a payoff, you'd think he'd carry
uie none. - --
The next time. In 1955, Angel
'Vj'-zuela wrn on co nama'
' Pr '"B Jo'''". There's, no otieslior
i' :e -t rov?'
share. Prince Jdhn go. his usual

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RUSS FAVORITE Cristobal
tackle and the most potent
force on the Tiger line.
down, was a moral victory for a
tired but game College eleven.
The Tigers too had a tew sur surprises
prises surprises of their own; in fact if they
pan improve in the next week as
much as 4hey did in the week be between
tween between the y. C. and A. C. game,
the Bulldogs could come out on
the short end of the score. Against
Athletic Club Cristobal looked Uke
anything but the team that had
been fortunate to save a tie agains
Junior College the previous week
end. The displayed versatility in
the greater variety of plays ana,
with only, a few days of rehear
sals, were able to switcn irom a
single wing n offense toa multiple
offense wnicn inciuaea me i
formation.
Instead of relying exclusively on
Keith Kulig to carry the load, the
entire Tiger backfieia goi into me
picture against A. C. and narrow-
ly missed defeating the heavily
favored opposition. In fact, it is
probably because, after scoring
the first touchdown of the game
in the fourth quarter, cnstoDai oe
came -a little too confident of vic-
torv and slacked off just enough
to let victory sun irom meir
grasp. '"
The Tigers have suffered only
minor iniuries in Irl Sanders and
John Peterson, both with damag
ed wrists. Sanders suited up for
the Athletic Club eame and play
ed only on defense. So outstanamg
was his performance tnat ne piay piay-ed
ed piay-ed an important role in the Cris
tobal effort Going both ways,
Cristobal's 'most valuable piece
of property is 'Bussed Favorite
whn last vear. as singled oui
tnr ah ranni Znne team desoite
the fact that he sat out most of
the season with r knee injury.
In fact, the Critobal. line of Don
Rriio. Walter Woodruff. Brian
Lutz and Pete Ender, can be re
liar? iirmn in crivp the BulldoES t
fiffht for their money come Fri-
rtnv nieht. With Irl Sanders On de-
fense niy last noay dikuv
Palumbo had an opportunity to
establish himself weU as a depend dependable
able dependable replacement at center, A bit
shaky and unsure earlier this year
Palumbo made Only one i bad
pass from center and tan now be
HononHpH .noon to eive Sanders
some rest if the first string center.
is ready for mi amy against on on-boa.
boa. on-boa. - 1
quota .bf oafs. Angel Was
hi the
$15,791
second
clouos wnen ne picxea up
for his one .minute,,. .42
ride.' r-
Twe-Time Winner
' v7illie "iUartack.ha Won the
race the past two years; earning
a .total- Pf $32,586 in a, mattej of
three minu es, 29 seconds. He
scored with Barbizon- in 1956 to
pick ud a personal check of $16,'
843 and las: year made Fort, Knot
look like a piggy bank once again
by taking down $15,743 for a one
minute, 44 second ride on Nadir,
Hartack will not be eating hard
tack for a while,
But it is unlikely that he will
get 10 ner cent of the w nner's
$171,150 when an expected field of
12 goes to the post Saturday in
the mile and a sixteenth gallop
for two-year-olds. Willie wandered
all over the tract in losmg the
Chamoaene Stakes with Tomv
Lee, one of the favorites in this
colossal canter, and trainer Frank
Childs took a very dim view of
the performance.
So Willie Shoemaker will be
back aboard the colt in ihis one
and .Hartack will be aboard Black
Hills and a shot at the $17,115
which he winning, jock will drive
home in an armored car, The
favorite is First Landing. on
which the richest of all the midget
millionaires, a fellow 'name
Eddie Arearo, w ll be shooting for
more pocke money.
The only thing certain is that
one of the 12 litt'e men is in for
a gold lined gallop and in less
than two 1 minutes w 11 earn' more
than some folks do in a whoir
vear. Don t brag to me about
how big your son is ge. ting to be,

Favored Rams
Go After 3rd,
Straight Win

. ly TREVOR SIMONS ..
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' Junior College's ambitious ef ef-fa
fa ef-fa -st o become a contender in the
liton grid xace flat reapeu om
good reward and their perloro perloro-ucea
ucea perloro-ucea o uaia nai been ot great
satisfaction u the Gieen uevil
roo.ers and surprise to ail.
Ther manpower ktortage, how how-evei,
evei, how-evei, iias taxen it a toll auu thouga
the wiling J.C." squad has taged
iwo really great ignu, ibe re re-waro
waro re-waro aa cot oeei .n voctory.
They did hold the Tigers to a u
tuu, u oaiy tor a wane threw a
scare : into the ; heavily f ayored
uuoga, only to tall oy the way
side as the passing time-continue
to take its ton. ,
Tonight the College Green Dev Devils
ils Devils uke on Athletic Ciub, the lat latter
ter latter unaeteatea m a pair of games.
The J.C. defenders will have to
s od the thurd hishest yard earner
in ,tne t-anai uiie, can xutue, it
tney are to matte any plans ior a
v.cia.y against a.c. But xuttie is
not alone in the A.C. backfield:
Bob Morris has sliced off a total
of 86 yards in games and mosi
of that yardage has come from
bulling tne, middle of the line and
tearing the opposition apart.
but when under a full head of
steam the .big A.C. back is caoa
ble of wrecking anybody's line
and .rendering it less ftoent a
gainst the Athle.ic Club drives. In
fact, this year's .Athletic Club
squad reads lxe "who's who" in
C.Z. football with hardly a mem
her of the roster not having at
some time or the other, been se
lected All Canal Zone.
The middle of their line is pack packed
ed packed with explosive nower with
sucn tamuiar u.z. football names
as Tonyv Dyer, Jim Fulton, Bob
Fearon. CharJes Wibel. Arnold
Brooks, Louis Taber and a host
of others capable of s'riking-rear
mio tne neans ot any Deposition.
iney round out a good outfit, wifli
plenty of reserve power with John
Coffey, Charlie Detore and Allen
Sheppard taking turns a end.
Junior College's biggest threat
is Don Alexander who is always
dangerous passing, running, or,
wnere ne shines over anyone else
in the loop, punting. Alexander
has picked up a total of 75 yards
in 2 games and. s" countLessly
ana wun dangerous consistency al
ways managed to come up with
a good pun. when the College had
pieir oacKs against tne ,wau, ...
Bill Gibson .alternate-itlit A-
lexa'nder qua rfef backing and both
boys have turned id outstanding
penormances in any position in
the backfield, Ray Oakley was in
jured against Balboa last week,
but is expected to' return to the
Devil backfieia tonight.
No one is -taking the two Junior
College threats loo seriouslv and
there are less than a few who be-
lieve that thev can rnr iMn
ry this year. But with: defensive
power as is Gene Birch, Btruce
Sanders, Jack Willoughby, Charlie
Laatz and Bert Mead thev cnulri
finally come up wi n the biggest
upset of the season.
Dunn's Great Play
Handling Averts
Defeat For Florida
By JAMES C. WARTERS
GAINESVILLE. Fla. 1UPI1
Benjamin Franklin didn't see Flor Florida
ida Florida snatch victory right out of the
hands of the Vanderbllf Commo
dores last Saturday,' But he must
have had Florida quarterback
Jimmy Dunn in mind when he
car', 'small holes sink great
ships." .-:'
You lust don't find big college
quarterbacks any smaller than
the 142-pound Dunn. And although
he didn t exactly sink the Commo
dores, the Tampa terror certainly
put them in dry dock with a five five-yard
yard five-yard pass in the last eight seconds
that knotted the score at 6-all.
And it took some good old Amer
ican ingenuity to even get the
Gators into scoring -position. ;With
less than two minutes remaining,
Una self-ized competitor'.' witn
man-sized determination came ud
with an innovation that had even
his coaches gaping. ""' cv. 4,.
When Dunn called his team
mates into the huddle, he barked
out two plays at a time. After
running one play, the players just
lined up over the ball and ran
another without huddling. Through
this cunning, the Gators got off
seven plays in one minute and 46
seconds, the last one a touchdown
pass to end Dave Hudson.
The job-well-done earned Dunn
praise of tne Florida sports writ writers
ers writers Assn. and their "back of the
week" award for the e c o n d
straight time. What observers
called the best game of his ca
reer, Dunn led Fonda to a 21-14
win over UCLA the week before
artns nneles., sx-m s;
But to the 5-10 senior, I who is
about as'vjrbose as a cigar store
Indian with a sore throaty these
feats are just a matter .of busi business.
ness. business. He won't take the credit
h'-nsell. Referring' lo the- scoring
d1 i against vanderbut, 1 Dunn
sph'. "I nelieva -we could have
scored, on any of severat plays.
The team just wanted to score
that badl.,r
r 't his coaches thought differ differently.
ently. differently. !. ',
'the way Dunn got those plays
run off th.Jtt at the ..end .was
M-zing," Coach Bob Woodruff
said.
" Tve-nevrr men anything like
it' chimed backfield coach
Harvey Robinsons f i

Auburn, Mis sissippi

NEW YORK (UPI-Ok!ahoma,
Auburn and Mississippi are ex
pected to t. have the easiest
sledding among the nation's top top-nanked
nanked top-nanked college football teams this
weekend. . t
The .oddsmakers are quoting
eighth i'i ranked Oklahoma as a
28 - point favorite over Kansas
State, third ranked Auburn ts
t li poin. choice over Maryland,
ana sevenin ranged juie juiss as
15-poin. pick over Arkansas, i
Fourth ranked Texas, on the
other hand,, was rated 4 no : more
than even: money for itslash
with -Rice Gea-gia Tech; vs.
Southern Methodist also was 'tab 'tabbed
bed 'tabbed a'pick 'em' affair; 1
Army, the nation's No. 1 team.
was a seven point choice over
Pitt iu the East's top game wtule
second ranked "Ohio- State .was
a one touchdown favorite:, over
Wisconsin 'and jixth-ranked Iowa
was a 10-poict pifk. over 10th-
ranked Northwestern in the ; Big
Ten conference headliners.
Ninth ranked -Notre Dame was
a sum two point favorite over
Unbeaten Mathews
Seeks Match With
Ortiz Or Scanlon
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Un
beaten Len Matthews, who de
feeted veteran i ghtweight Orlan
do Zuiueta Here Tuesday mgnt,
hopes to break in.o the ranks of
the contenders with a match
against Bobby Scanlon or Carlos
Ortiz by the end of the year.
Tony Grazino. manager ot tne
19-year-old Philadelphia knockout
artist, said he feels Mathews is
ready to meet the top men in his
division but first he gets a "well
earned and necessary rest."
Three Ends Named
Florida Football I
Linemen Of Week
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPD-
The Florida Sports Writers Assd.
has selected three ends as "line "linemen
men "linemen -of the week."
After a precedent shattering
three-way tie, the group named
Don Fleming of Florida, Tony
Romeo Of Florida, State and Ken
Belliveatt ofanifjl "for their out outstanding
standing outstanding defensive performances
last weekend.
Fleming1 and Romeo have been
named linemen of the weeK pre
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CALL UP DEFENSEMAN
DETROIT' (UPI) The Detroit
Red Wings have called up de
fenseman Jack Hendrickson for a
three game stay. Hendrickson,
from Hershey of the American
Hockey league, will be resign
ed to another club following his
brief stint with Detroit.
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SCOREBOARD STORY Columbia is leading, 7-0, with time
running out in the second period as Dick Winkler, Yale end,
waits for a pass from Tom Singleton as Baker Field in New
York. Winkler failed to hold onto the ball in the end zone
and the Lions went on to score an upset against the Elja, 13-0.

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Easy Winners

Purdue and fifth ranked Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana State was pegged 13 poin s
better, than Florida in the other
games involving top-rated teams
Here are ,vit want spreads on
other major games;,,.
East:, Penn s ate 2 over Syra
cuse; Dartmouth I over Harvard;
Yale 7 over Colgate: Holy cross
12 over' Boston University; Navy
12 over Pennsylvania: Princeton
8 over Cornell,
Midwest: Michigan State 2 over
Illinois; Michigan,! over Minne
sota: Missouri 9 over iowa Mate;
Colorado 22 over Nebraska.
Southi Georgia 1 ovar Ken Ken-cky;
cky; Ken-cky; ; West Virginia 2 over Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Teph;r North; Carolina 7 over
Wake Forest; Duke 9 over North
Carolina State; Tennessee 12 over
Florida State: Mississippi Stale 13
over Alabama,, Vanderbilt 13 over
Virginia. i
Sou hwest: Baylor 7' over Texas
. FerWestjOregon -2 ,over Cali California;
fornia; California; Oregon State 10 over
Washington? UCLA1 7 t)ver Stan
ford; washing on btate 7 over
Southern California".-
IntertectienaU Miami (Fla.) 7
over Boston 'College; Oklahoma
Sta e 1' over 'Cincinnati;.' Tulane 8
over Kansas.
Brown's Jim Brown
Hasn't Head 01
Sophomore Jinx
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) If
there's such a thing as a sopho sophomore
more sophomore jinx, Cleveland's James
Brown hasn't heard aboui it.
The former Syracuse fuuoacK
in the second season with the
Browns is setting aground aground-gaining
gaining aground-gaining pace that averages near y
159 yards a game. That's about
64 yards a game better tnsn
Steve Van Buren logged fa: the
National Football League record
of 1,146 yards in 1949 with the
Philadelphia Eagles. Brown added
153 yards last week to bring his
four-game total to 635 yards on
94 attempts, for an- average gain
of 6.8 yards per carry.
He may also eclipse the touch touchdown
down touchdown record as well aa the
ground-gaining mark if he con continues
tinues continues his current pace. He has
urnred 10 times in four eames o
lead the TD parade. The record
also held by Van Buren is 18
for 10 games ..
Second in the seprinX Pajeade is
the Chicago Bears' Willie Gall Gall-more
more Gall-more with vseven touchdowns.
Baltimore's Lennie Moore has six
TD's, and Green,-Bay's Paul
Hornung has amassed 35 points
with two touchdowns, eight PATS
and five field goals.
Brown's teamma'e, Bob Match Match-ell,
ell, Match-ell, moved into second p'ace m
ground gaining Sunday traveling
108 yards overland to bring his
season total to 370 yards. Tommy
Wilson of Los Angeles is the
league's third leading ground-
gainer with 302, followed by Gall-
iore,
267, and tne uoa Angeies
1 Rams' Jon Airnett, 265.
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Moople Invented Lonely End

By MAJOR AMOS HOOPE
Faartd by Stags
HAW! The gifted shouW never!
jest about deficiencies of oth others.
ers. others. But thu short memories dis displayed
played displayed by football coaches and
historians this tangy autumn amus
es me.
The lonely end is the topic
wherever pigskin lovers gahter.
They, bow and huzzah for Col.
Earl Blaik's West Point innova innovation.
tion. innovation. Hak.kaff! True students of the
sport recall the very day I sprung
it on a bewildered eridiron world.
To show their love for ie' sporL
they have bombarded me with let
ters and telegrams of congratula
tions. It seems the rumor has
spread that I save this intricate
play to Army in the interests of
national defense
Egadl I have been too pressed
by business to aid the coaching
nrofession. So I must confess that
flnlnnl Rlaik xhnwerl remarkable
initiative in digging tiroueh the
mustv archives and resurrecting
mv deceotive formation.
It i too bad the .late Perry
Haughton, Harvard's great coach,
is hot al've to console thoi best
ed by this maneuver founds!
Formanv vears the HoodI lone
tv end bd him in th denths of
desoa'r. Fair Harvard could not
cooe with the ingenious forma
tion.
It is, mv rnanv followers noint
out. a veritable monument o my
gr'd;ron pcius. Buf a I sti
ouirk to te'l you. Hooole never
reUy ha de"rten from th fnot fnot-ball
ball fnot-ball scene. My forecast excites
the nation.
And this week, amidst he riot
of color at stadia about he na nation,
tion, nation, upsets of unbelievable mae-
Hayes Has Company
In Making Charges
Of 'Dirty Football'
COLUMBUS. Ohio (UPI)
Coach Woody Hayes of Ohio
State, obviously pleased that his
"dirty football" charges have
brought offcials under public
scrutiny, had a companion today
in Kansas coach Jack Mitchell.
The Jayhawk coach, Monday
charged the officiating In Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's Oklahoma Kan:as game
was "pathe'lc." Last week Hayes
blasted the officials for pe-mitting
the defense to Play "dirty foot
ball" whi'e wa'ching the offensive
team too closely.
Mitchell sa d "never in my
playing or coaching days have I
witnessed such an exnimuon.
Oklahoma beat Kansas, 43-0.
Hayes, meanwhile, said he
thought he was "on the way to
getting it s raightened out." He
said he was "encouraged" by the
officiating in the Big Ten last
Saturday, with the possible ex
ception of the Indiana-Ohio State
game.
During his, own game. :he fiery
Hayes rushed onto the field to
protest al'eeed rqughness on the
part of the Hooslers. The officials
quickly marched off a 15 ,- yard
E en any against uno uhio
tale downed Indians. 49 8.
Mi'chell was backed up in his
charged by big TOght Commlr Commlr-slorer
slorer Commlr-slorer Reaves Peters, who aid
(-he had" heard the "off'ciating wa
ooarenlly lousy. Peters tow
Mitchell to give the officials who
worked the game a "zero" in his
report and tney wouldn't be back
nexV year.
Hayes -said "officiating last
Saturday on the whole was pretty
oop w h no-siblv one exceo "in
He didn" single out the exceoton
hut 1' wss atmarei" he meant the
Ohio Stats-Indiana game.

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nitude shall rock the land. Minne-
sota, tormented by rivals, will
rise to heights unknown since
urski in battering Michigan to
a 21-6 defeat! And there is a stir stir-ling
ling stir-ling victory on tap for Alabama,
which will turn back Mississippi
btaie, 28-15.
And finally, is What I maintain
shall be the greatest Single upset
in modern football history, lowly
Pennsylvania, scolfed at by de
tractors, will return to -the glory
days of T. Truxton Hare. Yes,
Pennsylvania is to beat Navy!
Egad! Whip the Midshipmen han handily,
dily, handily, too, 29-13.
Go on with the Test of. this. a a-mazing
mazing a-mazing forecasts ,"?"'
Alamaba 21, Miss. Stat IS
Arkansas 20, Mississippi 3

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Pro fooibali has set new a,t.end a,t.end-ance
ance a,t.end-ance itcurus. ix: sutces.ye sea seasons
sons seasons and in now going 'lor seven.
Maybe pro lootoaii wul never re replace
place replace b.'igiite Bardot, but it's
come to nay. Anu un ike its oluer
borther, pro baseball it's- busting
out all over wUb v.talily.
Why would that be? Well, it's
noi uia. pro looioan is' a oe,.ei'
game and is thereiore better box
Oxfice, but ra her hat Ine compe competitive
titive competitive and economic concepts are
salubriously diLerent. 'I'hey don't
encourage free loading, and they
strive to avoid imbalance, pretty
successluily, .oo.
The only time you get a game
on TV is when the loo jailers piay
out of town. If you wish to see
them in the flesh.' . n some in instances,
stances, instances, this' is mote than the
normal' eye can stand. .you've
got to see ihe man in the ticket
kiosk.
Commissioner Ford Fries; once
told us that if baseball ever at attempted
tempted attempted to- black out its home
games, the Justice Depar.mei
would run him and -his owner bow
legged, and when, we a ked why
no sue hanatomicsl distortions 1iad
been visited upon the. footba ti peo people,
ple, people, he explained," patiently and at
lengthbu, tinfor unately we were
too dumb v to understand why
thereM be 'ohe-Jaw fo football and
an en irel diffe-ent law for base-
, ball.
Try It and Saa.
A much more impor.ant contri
butions to oner-all stability and
solvency than a TV poncy tha is
profitable and protective at same,
time. Ms the draft formula which
practically guarantees a 1 i v e 1 v,
cont'nious interest, if; not cham-
p.onship status.
The Washington Senator's situa
tion in baseball seems to worsen
each season. That just-, couldn't
haDoen in football where tne
draft gives the worst c ub first
choice .of .tne .newest TOwte crop.
A Mickey Mantle wouldn't make
the Senators a champ onship team
between coffee break?, but he im
oact of his presence would prompt
ly a' art the fans-drooling the 'urn
stiles spinning.; ?
in lootbau there's Mantle, or
reasonable approxima ion, avail-

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Army 34, Pittsburgh 14 7j"
Auburn 15, Maryland $
Bayior t, Texas A. and M. 7
Miami 20, Beaton Collage 7 'J v
Oii.ornia 13, Oragon 13 tl
Cltnuofi 15, South "Carolina 14
. I, Coigato 0 ;,T
Nabraska 14, Colorado I
Duke 7, North Carolina State ,'!'
Louisiana State 27, Florida K ..'
Southern Methodist 13,- Ca. Tach
Michigan State 10, Illinois 15
Iowa 20, Northwestern t
Gtorgia 14, KoriTucky $ ,'w(.
Minnaseta 31, M'chigan 4
Notre Oania 15, Purdue 7
SoufhiirnCalif. Wash. State t;,
P" -"tvKrtia J, Navy 1J
AtMtic Club 13, J.C. 0
BHS 13, C.H.S.
able each year. Big John Crow i
die latest and he's with the Chic,
go Cardi, who come into uie i.&d i.&d-ium
ium i.&d-ium here tomorrow to open tha
season with the Giants. 1
Here we have a lypical example
ot how the arait wans. The Caras
second in '56, were 3-9 and last in
'57, and so, w.ui iirst pick, lhey
look Crow the college game'i
most publicized player, a top box.
oitice name', anu one capaole of
Immediate hei.. Only the rich
clubo in baseball cou.d have made
a pass a. him.
Ine Amer can League, In part,
icular, ought to be invested m
any device to promote competitive
equality but we've yet to find an
iniiueniial owner who is ready o
try on the football draft for size.
Ask why not and you are told; "It
just wouldn't work for us."
"It penalizes enterprise and re rewards
wards rewards incompetence." ... "The
thing is real y unAmerican". .
Meanwhile, Cleveland joins Wash Washing
ing Washing on on baseball's critical list,
and if that's healthy so its typhoid. )
A Joo King hH.
A felicitiously appropriate touch. ,'
to the opening of the season is the
appearance ot Joe King's illustr
ed "Inside Pro Fooiba.l." This is
the best book tha. has ever been
done to the subject, authofative, -in.ormative,
intima e, absorb ng,'
and we'd have to say that if Joe
were on Pravda ins ead of our
s aof, so no long-rolling cracks,
Mac. -'
Only Joe could have written this
particular book, for-no o t h e t j
writer has been as close to the
sport and the men who remained
so doggedly confident of ils ultfm
a'e des iny. This is more than
biograpfiy of the national Sunday,,
matinee; in addition to the whenij
and where there is an 'analytical!
exnosi ion of the why. ;
We have always suspec ed that
our colleague, for al the profes-1
sional detachment and glittering
reserve he brings to his reporting,!'1
has been secretly in love with the
Tbotball mercenai'ies, and the Va
'ure which shines (through some of
he more triumphant episodes .ddSTi
nothing to weaken Ine impressietr.
Be 'hat as it may h we suggest y& irl'
. ... i ft mn 1 ii.i
mi insiae fro rpuiuau on yuirit
srly Christmas shopping lisiA;J
King-size job by an old pro.



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT. DAIL,Y NEW8PAPE
,. ..; i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1951
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PHILLIPS OcumMi CeHates
Santa Clan . p p-ama
ama p-ama i-1177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrapnel's furnished hornet,
Santa Clara Beaeh. Call Balbaa
1772.
Spend your weekend's at Rio
Mar. tka bait baach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kind of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new manaiement it at your serv serv-ica.
ica. serv-ica. SERVICES
TILIVISION SIRVICI
We repair in your home
we don't pretend to guarantee
owr work. We guarantee it
PHONI THE IXPIRTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tel. 2-1 90S
Tivoli Avenue No. 1S-20
Complete, letting repair. All
makes of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellit Williams and Alfonto Shirley
2-5113.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against intact damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
batit. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVIC1
Prompt service
Fair price!
Boston Technicians
30 years In electronics
, 6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2r3M2.
INJURED IN MOCK BULLFIGHT
MADRID (UPI) Police
yesterday investigated an inci incident
dent incident which! landed a would-be
bullfighter iif the hospital with
Serious wounds. Police said Juan
frelgado, 34, suffered his injuries
while playing at being a bullfight bullfighter
er bullfighter yesterday. His antagonist, 63-year-old
Cristobal Florez, used
two oocket knives as horns. In
the fight one of the knives sank
sleep into Delgado's abdomen.
MiMaaBjaBPasssssS
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Excercisinc Machlnte, TuiUah
the McLevy way. Body M.1MI.,
bath. Treated op era too for ladiM
anil tantiemes. Get resulla.
MASSAGK SALON
Cervices "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J, Aaeaemena Ave, S8-4S
Tel. S-321I
LIFE INSURANCE
call
v JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
DAT
LIMA TOUR
In, air fare, transfers, Ionia,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and TiiV
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jeitielry
15S Central Ave.
NEW!
SPEEDUTE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
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SEWING MACHINES
Wo have a complete stock of sewlnr machines table
models and console; straight stitch and lif-iag. MINATO
brand. Fully guaranteed. Best prices, starting from
$49.50.
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Central 26-109

Apartments

FOR RENT: Brand new two
bedroom apartment, for only $60,
at 50th St. and Belisario Porras.
Furnished if desired. Call 3 3-4825
4825 3-4825 or 3-4511.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
Going en leave. Diplomat rents
fully furnished apartment, beat
neighborhood, ale conditioning,
washing midline,' Tel. 3-4605,
9 to 1.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom apartment, 43rd Street
Tel. 2-2819 or 3-6499.
FOR RENT: Modern and nice
located, two bedrooms apartment
with 4 closets combined living
and dining, maid room, garage,
apply Ave Jutto Aretemena 97,
top floor.
FOR RENT: Nice 4 feome
apartments, private service, $40.
In good location. Calls 3-2334.
Leaving Isthmus: Beit chance
now to get a modern 1 bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista com completely
pletely completely furnished, including linen,
kitchen utentili and telephone.
For furniture down payments and
monthly payment. Ready to
move in 1 November. Tel. 3 3-3484.
3484. 3-3484. Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished home, 3 bedroomt, 2
bathi, dlningroom, livingroom, 2
porches, big yard and swimming
pool 10 minutes from ferry (be (before
fore (before Arraiian Customhouse). For
information call Coco Solo 393
after 5 p.m.
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. Albertha Beniamin Thn
mas died in her sleen at her h Am
nere Monday.
one was is years old, born in
me fansh of Manchester Jmi
uu nugraiea xo ranama in
funeral services will ha h.irt
roaay St. Paul's EpiscoDa
cnurcn, under the auspieces of the
United Health and Welfare
acfteme of Panama. The cortege
will leave the Church for Pueblo
uevo Cemetery at 5 p.m.
Obsequies Today
ror Mrs. Brown
At Saint Paul's
Mrs. Gwendolyn Thompson
Brown, whose husband, Christo
pher Brown, died 18 days before,
succumbed in her sleep at the
family residence 14th Street, Ra Radio
dio Radio City, on Monday.
She was bojn in Empire, Canal
Zone, Oct. 4, 1910.
Funeral services will be held
today at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, under the auspieces of
the United Health and Welfare
Scheme of Panama followed by
burial in the Herrera Cemetery for
interment at 4 p.m.
Survivofs are her daughters
Mrs. Lucille Watson, Mrs. Irene
Bowen, Elena, Evelyn; her mother
mrs. jane inompson; her sons,
Kenneth Thompson, John and
Robert Brown, and 14 grand-chil
dren.
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INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES Ne. 1
bakuu No. i
M "R" Street MORRISON
LUX 1M Centrel Avenue
'AN DER-J1S 5o Street No.
I FARMAC1A
ARMACIA VAN DER-J1S 5o Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatro
j
Automobiles
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 at Qtn. 205S-G.
FOR SALE: 50 Mercury, flood
buy, white wall, $400.00, radio.
Tel. 3-7452 any hour.
FOR SALE: Chrysler Imperial,
new tires, power brakes, fluid fluid-drive,
drive, fluid-drive, clean upholstery, automatic
windows, other extras, motor
excellent condition. A reel buy
at $690.00. Phone 3-7374.
FOR SALE: Pontiac convert convert-tible,
tible, convert-tible, 1949. Davis, phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2318.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Country
sedan, station wagon, 8 cylinder,
radio, Fordomatic, and air con conditioning,
ditioning, conditioning, will accept trade in.
Call Gamboa 6-358.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Rivara
Super, blue and white, radio,
heater, wsw, power steering,
power brakes, less than 27,000
miles, one owner, 6 tires, blue
leather and nylon upholstery.
Available on or about 1 Nov.
Must see to appreciate $1395.
Phone Clayton 87-6204 or Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 87-7232 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 51 Lincoln, good
tires, radio, $250.00, O. Richard
0853, Balboa, Tel. 2-1235.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford V-8,
Custom, 4 door, two tone, clean,
$1695, Balboa 2-988, 2-1806,
800X La Boca.
FOR SALE: DeSoto Firedomo
1957, 4 door sedan, automatic,
radio, nylon, white side wall tiros,
power steering, under coating,
low mileage, like new. Call Mr.
Fred Robinson, Chase Bank or
Mr. Marciaq. Dodge DeSoto
Dealers.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air 4-door, 6 cylinder stand standard
ard standard shif Ivory over Turqueis, w-w
tires, back up-lights, spotlight
undercoated, new tailpipe-muffler,
excellent condition, for
price and demostration call
Hones Jim 3-1071.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, new car, (cheap). Phone
Cristobal 3-1410 or Colon 1719.
SPECIAL OFFER: 1955 Mercury
Montclair convertible, duty paid
with all extras. Original cost
$4800. asking price $1600. Tel.
3-1104 8-12 noon, 1i30 4:30
p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 M.G.A. con convertible,
vertible, convertible, low mileage, good con condition.
dition. condition. Call Balboa 2-1338 after
3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 4 door Ford,
excellent condition, throughout,
call 82-3162, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
with power steering, Dynaflow,
radio, w.s.w. in perfect condition,
duty paid, one owner. See it et
Household Exchange. Only $1, $1,-500,
500, $1,-500, and this can ba financed.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford, two door,
H fr R., white walls, big hub caps,
two tone, 190 h.p., $1,800. Call
2-1629, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Floor Show To Be
Presented Nov. 3
;At Garden Party
Plans are being made to ore-
' cent. flnni Virtttr af ft era an
party to be sponsored at the Na National
tional National Distillers Bohio on Nov. 3
by El Panama Walters and Bar Bartenders
tenders Bartenders Club.
Among the artists already list listed
ed listed to appear on the show are:
Olivia Thousand, Lord Cobra,
Rafael (Ronco) Hendy and oth others
ers others who appeared on the club's
show at the Rockoween dance.
In addition to the show, free
Italian dinners will be served to
all guests.
The garden party will get un underway
derway underway at noon on Nov. 3.
St. Jude Noyena
Now Underway
A KAVAns In ViAnmr rf Ct
Jude
I Tsifaf-Mdoiia in nnur in
is now in progress at
Santa Ana Church with the Rev.
Father Carrizo, presiding. It is
held every night at 7 o'clock. The
novena in honor of the "patron of
difficult or helpless cases", will
end with a Tridium on Sunday
at 6:30 a.m. (preparation); Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:30 a.m. (Thinksgiying),
and Tuesdsy (Fessf of St. Jude
Thaddeus) pontificial solemn high
mass at 6:30, 7 jnd 7:30 a.m.

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Join the new sports parade-r-enloy yourself on
week-ends and holidays, tourlnr the country In a new,
wonderful LAMBRETTA scooter. We have S different
model In stock. Special C.Z. prices. Wo have servicing
and parts. Buy your LAMBRETTA today!
Muebleria CASA SPARTON

CENTRAL 26-109

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dth of July Ave. A t St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave, MtoH No., 4 FAR
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Wastinghause por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator, $75.00, 60
cycle, new unit, 5965 D, Smith
Place, Diablo, phone 2-2902
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 3 pieces blond ma mahogany
hogany mahogany living roam set, excellent
condition, call 82-5240.
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK, Oct. 23 (UPD (UPD-Stocks
Stocks (UPD-Stocks continued to feel their way
in an uncertain market today.
Opening prices held to fractions
with gains outnumDering losses

ACF Ind 48V4
Advocate Asbestos 3.25b
Amer Cyanamid 50
Amer Motors 28
Am Tel and Tel 194's
Anaconda Copper 61
Arkansas Fuel 37
Atlantic Refining 39V4
AVCO Mfg. 9b
Bethlehem Steel SVA
Bicroft Uranium 94b
British Pet 15-16
Burroughs 38 in
Canadian Eagle oVb
Celanese 22V4
Cerro de Pasco 42
Chance Vought 49V
Chicago GtiWest 43b
Chrysler 54
Cities Service 60
Coastal Caribe 1
Creole Pet 71
Crown Crop and Seal 27 V
Cuba Venezuela Oil
Daystrom 36V4b
DuPont 199'
El Paso Nat Gas 33
Eversharp 21V4
Fairchild Eng 12V4
Fargo Oil 6 5-6
Felmont Pet 74b
Gen Dynamics 59
Gen Elec 66
Gen Motors 48
Gen, Plywood ,17Va
Getty Oil 29
Gulf Oil 117b
Harsco Steel 40Vb
Hayden Newport 14Mib
Howe Sound 12
Imperial Oil 45Vb
Int Petroleum 49V4b
Int Tel and Tel 50
Martin Co. 34'A
New Eng T and T 146
NordenXetay 3
Northrup 28b
Olin Mathieson 38b
Pancoastal 5
Pan Israel b
Pantepec Oil 1
Phillips Pet 45Va
Pure Oil 39
RCA 39
Reynolds Metal 67
Royal Dutch Shell 50
San Jacinto 34b
Shell T and T 22
Signal Oil and Gas 40
Sinclair Oil 59
Socony Mobil v 48
Sperry Rand 21
Stan Oil N.J. 58
Sterling Precision 2
Superior Oil 1720
Texas Gulf Prod 34
Underwood 18b
Unite4 Aircraft 62
Unit Canso Oil 2
US Rubber 44
US Steel 84
Westinghouse 67
Wheeling Steel 51b

Lawyer In Philly
Cries Foul When
Cops Arrest Cohen
PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-A for former
mer former Philadelphia district attorney
cried foul today at the arrest of
reformed Los Angeles hoodlum
Mickev Cohen In his hotel room.
Former, Dist. Atty. Samuel. Dash
said he had received assurances
from Police Commissioner
Thomas Gibbons and Asst. Atty.
Victor rt. Blanc that Cohen would
not be molested during a trip here
to consult Dash on legal business.
Police broke down the door ii
Cohen's hotel room Tuesday night
and arrested him with shaving
lather on his face, on charges of
being a common gambler and
failing to register under the city's
criminal registration law.
"it's a cryine shame." Dash
said. He (aid Cohen was used to
being treated like' this in Los An Angeles
geles Angeles but that he had promised
him "our police were -saner that
this is the cradle of liberty."
The nint-sizeL underworld figure
said he had retained Dash as his
attorney in a libel suit against
magazine here.
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STREET, PANAMA LTBRERIA PREOADO I Street N. 11 AGENCIAS
Ave. tt LOURDES PHARMACY 1SZ La Carreequllle t) F ARMACIA LOM-

W ASnAtlA
DdMT
Lefevre T Street
CIA "SAS'
dor Guerre No. 14,121,
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE! GlrTe 24 Inch bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, good condition .-$20.00,
794l, lalboa.
FOR SALE: 2 pe. limed oak
finish Hi-Fi Carrad charger,
heathkit 30 watts preamp and
amplifier. Carlson oncleser 15"
TRX Trixial eleetroveiee apoakor.
Phone lalboa 2384.
FOR SALE Lawn mower, gas
oline engine, like new. Real bar bargain,
gain, bargain, uste Arosemena Avenue
and 25th Street, new Icasa build building.
ing. building. Apt. 2, From 6:00 to 8:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: Two now net tend tendon
on tendon 1200 tone cargo with radio
radar, ano LSM 1000 Ions, ono
800 tons all properly equipped
cargo ships. For information,
phono Panama 3-5927.
FOR SALE Piano accordion
Paolo Soprani 2nd. 1 20 bass 7
registers. Call 2-5111 from 5
p.m. to 9 p.m.
FOR SALE: G.E. wringer typo
washer, 60 cycle, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, phono Albrook 6242.
FOR SALE : Overstuffed two
piece sectional and chair, small
coffee table, email cotton nig,
ono lamp $100.00. 6237 Boque Boque-ron
ron Boque-ron St. Los Rios, ater 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Eight column full
keyboard adding machine, cash
register, typewriter, radio repair
parts, television antennas and
masts, electric drill, electric tabla
saw and motor, Various hand
tools, tap and dia sots, table-4 ft,
x 8 ft., 18 pounds insulating
(fish) paper, battery charger (6
to 12 volts), tube tester, metal
office desk, AND TROPIK TROPIK-SHOWER
SHOWER TROPIK-SHOWER water heaters. No. 3
Via Espana, Tel. 3-7357 or 3 3-7336.
7336. 3-7336. FOR SALE: Underwood portable
typewriter, like new. Terms to
responsiblo party, phono Balboa,
1806.
Missiles Expert
Says New Agency
'Loves The Army
CHICAGO (UPI) Dr.'Wernher
von Braun, the U.S. Army's mis-
sue expert, said this wesn
that the new National Aeronauti
cal Space Agency apparently "has
fallen in love" with the Army.
But Von Braun warned that the
NASA may not get what '"it really
needs" if its program isn't han
dled properly.
"The whole matter of who han
dies space rocketry programs i
now in the hands ot the Presi
dent," he said.
The German-born scientist re
f erred to a proposal to transfer
part of the Army's scientists to
the, civilian agency during; a news
conference.
Dr. T. Keith Glennon, NASA di
rector, would "prefer to: have a
team of is own," Von Braun
said. "It's quite a compliment
u.atah' he has fallen in love with
us. But we, like a young girl, have
to be careful.
' Von Braun said one of the prob
lem involved is that missile pro
that he has fallen in love with
thn Armv "as an integrated
team" and the result has been
business that "far exceeded the
amount of money the NASA; has
to spend. .
Firestone Develops
New Synthetic Rubber
AKRON. Ohio Firestone has
developed another important
man-mad rubber. H was re
cently announced by, president
Raytaond'C. Firestone.
it is called "Diene" and is
tv lntjtt. addition to Fire
stone's long list of synthetic
products. ''"
Firestone, for years the head
nf htx comDanv s research ana
development activities, said that
tests 'of truck tires, maae wim
a substantial Dortioh or Diene
revealed its outstanding char
acteristics: 1 to a marKea ae
gree, Diene Improved the crack crack-reslstence
reslstence crack-reslstence of the tire; 2-4h
running temperature of thextlre
was satisfactory: and. S-kld
resistance was greatly Improved
because of the reliability of
Diene at low temperatures.
The new product lg the latest
development in a research pro'
oram which led years ago to
the creation bv Firestone t or
Coral rubber which is essential
ly the man-made equivalent of
natural rubber.
The basic ingredient used In
making Diene is butadiene, )
chemical ; derived from -i oetrd
leum sources. The Firestone
wocess for the production of
Diene uses derivatives of 11
thium, a metal, as a catalytic
agent.
Mr. Ttresto enlnom r ;
Mr. Firestone pointed out that
Diene and coral rubber, both
Firestone products, may play
an extremely important, role In
the conservation of natural rub'
ber the supply of which is llnv
ited and can reduce the. tv
mount of the tree-grown pro
rfuct necessary in the stockolle

for national emergencies. Advt

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Juste Aroeeaiena Ave. and 5S St.
- Via PjORRAS
111 NOVEUAUU
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipbdreme
Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts.- sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. Mcbarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
Commercial Sites
Mercedes luilding. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch,
man,- Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, ; next te nuns school.
Ricarde A. Mire $. A. Tel.
2-3436.
FOR RENTfl Large space for
drive in, commissary, boite or of offices.
fices. offices. 50th Street and 16th. Tel.
3-0193.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 1 50 ft. meter
Launch, 225 h.p. Diesel, grey
marine, is in very good condition..
Registered in Panama. Phono
Balboa 1806.
Armchair Tour
At JWB To Touch
Miami, New York
Before taklntf off for" landa
raraway, the USO-JWB Round-1
m 1

tne-worid Armchair Tour will!ftft wa. arrested at the town of

make flying visits to the fabu
lous seaport towns of New York
anu ivniuiu ou iviunuay, at uie:
"JWB." Pag ten-your-seat-belt!
time is 7:30 p.m
The tour began on Oct. 13 with
a whirlwind glance at the Unit United
ed United States In general and is hov hovering
ering hovering briefly over New York and
Miami before making its way to
Latin -Ajnerica in November.
Passengers may feel free to join
the round-the-world tour at any
of the major continent stop-off
points.
The Monday the 27th flight
will shpw fabulous New York at
work and play and will stop over
In Miami to watch the latest col
orful orange Bowl game-r-a reel
thrillerX .'
Passengers need not arrive at
the JWB Airport Auditorium an
hour beforehand, as is usually
customary In flights of this sort,
but should they do so, they may
want to wander into the art gal
lery to view the exacting and
intricate watercolors of water
colorlst Lois Morgan.
New Instrument
Can Sound Like
24-Piece Ork
TOKYO (UPI) A Jatwhese
firm today unveiled an electronic
instrument tha. can produce the
sounds of a 24-piece orchestra.
The organ like instrument.
called the "Eleclone.". uses 184
kevs. 32 oedals. eieht rhvthm
buttons and four rhythm pedals
to produce the sounds of 24 .per
cussion, brass, wood wind and
string instruments.
A total of 2,000 transistors and
15 microphone sound amplifying
units went into the instrument.
It was displayed at Japan s
week long audio fair, which
opened today at the National
Athletic Stadium in Tokyo. The
Nippon Musical Instruments Mfg.
Co. of Tokyo made the' "Elec-
tone," which it plans to display
at an audio fair in the United
States in 1959.
S. African Cops
Arrest 285 Women
As Demonstrators
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
(UPI) Police yesterday arrest arrested
ed arrested 285 African women who, took
part in a mass demonstration in
front of the Magistrate Court
Building protesting a government
ruling that vthey carry identity
books.
Hundreds of women crowded
the street shouting their support
for 569 other African women who
were arrested Tuesday as denv
onsirators.
African men have carried the
identity books for about 100
years. But thus far resistance
from both the men and women
has been strong enough to force
past governmer s not to issue the
decree.
The main objection "voiced by
the women against the; rule was
that they considered it an maig
nitv and that it Would require i
woman to show proof that she
wai emnloved in the city.
If their identity books do not
contain a certificate showing em
ployment. : .or if they : have no
book, thev can be arrested.

Spokesmen for the -v Africans
said, the rule gave the police pow power
er power to expel any woman wbpse full
time occupation was the care of
her home and family because she
should have no certificate of em employment.
ployment. employment. v
Another law prohibits Africans
from living in urban areas unless
they can prove they work there.
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Motorcycles
FOR SALEj 1952 B.S.A. Gold
Starr 500 c.c. See or call Brooks
Claxton, Tel. Panama 3-3493.
WANTED
Wanted smooth tiros, suitable for
reconstruction. Reconstructora
Nacional. Peru Avenue 7.
Phono 2-0406.
WANTED -Office accomodation
wanted oil Fourth of ulyer near
. limits, Phono Panama 2-1541,
WANTED: Urgently chalet or
apartment, furnished or unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, two bedrooms, residential
sector. Call Tel. 3-1710 morn mornings,
ings, mornings, or 3-0868 evenings.
Michigan Tourist
Seized By Reds
In East Germany
BERLIN (UPl)-George S, Mil Mil-rov.
rov. Mil-rov. 29. of Ann Arbor, Mich.; a
tourist, was arrested by he Rus
sians yesterday while traveling
through the Soviet zone of Ger Germany
many Germany the U.S. estate Department
nnnnnrert tndav.
The U.S. mission here said Mil-
rov was turned over 'o East Gee
man police, today on a charge
he had photographed a Soviet mil
itarv installation. -'
The United States denied the
charge and in a protest demand.
m.J";tuJ.J.- o
- iviiirnv -( was fii.- iuuic iium v
tn Berlin at the time.
Neue Strelitz, 70 miles north of
'Berlin, while driving his automo-
Due.
American efforts to win his re
lease were complicated by the
fact he ws traveling on an East
German visa. The United States
does not-recognize East Germany
and it warns tourists they travel
tlvough trie Communist zone -on
East German visas at heir own
riclr v
Milrov'fs arrest became knownd
because an off icer of the U.S.
liaison military mission to the
Soviet armed forces in East Ger Germany
many Germany ,was in Neue Strelitz when
Milroy ftiye ,,thevcer,;-Maj.;
William L. Van Wter, tn ac
niirit at his arrest: v ,h
As he was driving through
N6ue Strelitz he aw one of the
triumphal arches of ood' erect
ed bv the-Soviet army near us
headquarters. The -arch was dec
orated with a photograph ot Ln
in.
Hp asked a Soviet soldier stand
ing at the arch if he could take
ohotoeraon oi u. ine' soiuier
did not answer and Milroy con
tinued his journey without -taking
photographs.
a fon -minntex later he was
halted by Soviet soldiers andar
resed.

Armadillo-Like Building May
Be Put On MoonlfilO Yean

NEW YORK (UPI) Engineers
have unveiled a scale model ot
a moon building Jn which man
could live on the. surf ace of the
earth's natural satellite.
The house is a ciBar-shaped Cor
rugated metal cylinder topped by
an umbrella t-. snapea meteoric
shild that gives the building the
appearance of an armadillo.
It is designed on the assump
tion that the surface of themoon

may be coverea witn oust sev-Wjfle and 65; feet high. It would
eral miles deep. Hence, the build-De anchored in the dust by heavy
ing would float in. the dust.'jght suspended by csbles.
buoyed like a ship in water,; ci. ijim 8pace inside would be dl
The model .wiideri-aiwedrinto?.';'-:
engineered by the Wondettr'9uddft, t4Ititlliuarter, includinj
ing Corp. of America,' Chicago,. r(Wm for sleeping cooking, eafc
' : : -. ing and 'recreation.. :,

Qi::te Unquote
NEW CASTLE. Pa. Former
President Truman, accusing Pres-
ident Eisenhower of "surrender-
ing to the Communists in Korea
in 1952:
"He went to Korea and sur-
rendered."
,
BALTIMORE vice rresiaem
Richard M. Nixon in tempering!
his criticism of the Democrata in;
a Baltimore speech:
"There is no war party in the
United States. There is only pne
party of treason;, the Commu-;
nist Party." V'
FT. JACKSON, S.C. M. Sgt.
George R. Sovie on his conviction
by a court martial of mistreating
recruits: ;
1 "I still think 1 was rightThere
was no reason to find me guilty
to begin with' Every one of the
trainee witnesses was a problem
child in1 the company." s
OKLEE, Mmd,: Andy Knut Knut-son,
son, Knut-son, motel operator 'and husband
of Rep. Coy a Knutson (D-Minn.),
On his announcement that he has
abandoned his campaign to elect
her opponent and let her home',
an that he'll vote for her:
"I suppose she's still mad at
me. but I hope my vote will
make her feel better.

men must bo bilingual for out
side rale work,. Apply Moderns,
S.A. La Loceria, Pasadena, ono
half block to the loft of Jhe Na National
tional National Brewery's main 1 Gata,
Tolephono 8-2323. ;

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, tZ.
PHONE BALBOA 370
Te reconstruct a tire signifies
economy. We .' guarantee our
.work. Reconstructora Nacional,
Peru Avenue 7. Phono 2-0406.
NURSERY SCHOOL, Vlousa 875,
Morgan Ava Balboa. Telephone
2-1214. Children 22 yaars f
5 years. Constant supervision.
Toys, aames, sandboxes, tricycles,
nursery ryhmes and songs.
Transportation provided. Hours
8.15 a.m. to 11.00 a.m
Little League
Boys 10, Girls 9
Boys edged out. the girls fay a
margiii of one- In the 19 births
at dorgas. Hospital In the weelt
ending last Monday, ; according

to the Hospital report. During
this period, 186 patients wer w
admitted and 194 were discharge 1
ed.;.
Parents of the boys are Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bowen, of Diablo;
Sgt. and Mrs. H. T. Pate, of Ft.
Kobbe; ENFN and Mrs. A. T.

Foster, of Rodman; Capt. ana
Mrs. O. L. Hall, of Albrook; Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Holquln, of Arrai-
jan; SSgt. and Mrs. E. V.
Lumpkins, of Albrook; Cpl. and

Mrs. L. C. Scott, of Quarry
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. C.
White, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. McGlade of Los Rios; and
Cpl., and Mrs. M. J. Mllten, of
Cocoli. . v
Girls were "born to Mr. and
Mrs. N. L. Brewster, of Pedro
Miguel; sfc and Mrs. E. E.
Smith, of Kobbe; v Mr, and Mrs,
I. M. CarvajaVof Panama; Mr.
and Mrs.JfiatWera, of Paralso;
Mr, and .MrS.tfe, Hogan,. of. Pa-,
raiso; MrvndiMrs. William A.
Reid, of Panama; 1st Lt. and
Mrs. C A. Deger; Mr. and Mrs.
A, 8. Parchment, of Rio Abajo;,
and Sgt, And Mrs. E. G. Robison
of Fort Clayton. i
SHAH HEADS COMMITTtl i
TEHRAN (UPI) The Shah Shah-of
of Shah-of Iran has placed himself at the
hes4 -oif a special committee to
Investigate complaints from the
people. Iran earlier this week em embarked
barked embarked '.; on a new program 'to end
corruption through radical re
forms J

under technical direction ol
Dr. John S. Rinehart of the Col
orado School of Mines. It wat ais
played yesterday 'at a- press- con
ference.in he Waldorf Astojria
Hotel.
Rinehard said he believed .man
could put such a building on the
moon' in -10 years. It would havt
to be taken there in sections by
cargo rocket ships.
The moon bunding would ne in
tctuai size 340 feet long, 160 feet
: Physics, chemistry and bio.
logical laboratories. i
A control tower for commu
eartir oDservanons, a

stronomical

observations and traffic control.
Air Conditioning, heating.

power and refrigeration plants, ;
oxygen producing units, extremo

temperature regulating devices,,
water supply and sewage process
mg plants. a
. Machine shop and equipment
j maintenance" areas.,

. The wlndowless ,. building wsl

designed to withstand tempera
tures ranging from 214 degrees
fahrenheit at lunar midday to a'
midnight reading of 243 degrees
below iero.
Ramps and stairs were built at
a much steeper angle because tha
reduction in gravity on the moon
would permit man to lift himBelt
Jw -..-.sixth the effort required
on earth.

11-YIAR-OLD IS EXPECTANT j
' DERBY, England (UPD-Doo-tors:
said yesterday1 that an 11.
yeaf-old girl was expected to be become
come become Britain's youngest mother.
The girl,' whose identity was with withheld,
held, withheld, was a main witness yester.
day against John S. Hutchinson,
who is accused of raping her. A
doctor said the girl attends a pre-
natal clinic with other expectant

mothers and there wai a good i

chance that her baby would be;
"Quite healthy." -., ..:s rf;

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Helps GOP In Battle For Congress
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (UPI) Pi;esid ent Eisenhower returned to Washington to today,
day, today, convinced that his tough-talking cross- country campaign swing would help Re Republicans
publicans Republicans in the battle f or control of Cong ress.
He flew herefrom Chicago aboard the Columbine III to wind up a 5cV)0-mile trip
as the "new" Eisenhower,' a new "fighting' Eisenhower who heaped scorn and ridi ridicule
cule ridicule on the Democrats.
The President was met at the airport by cabinet members and most of his White
House staff.
During his relatively brief stopover in Washington he is scheduled to hit the
campaign trail again next week Eiseruhow er will, gather new ammunition to fire at
the opposition. i

The Chief Executive climaxed
his political tour last night with
a nationally televised and
broadcast speech in which he
credited administration policies
with putting the nation on the
threshhold of unparalleled pros-
PeHeypredicted personal income
would rise to new all-time rec records
ords records without price increases if
Americans reject- the "counter "counterfeit
feit "counterfeit logic" of Democratic radi radicals."
cals." radicals." TODAY! .75 -- AO.
l!00, 2:15, 3:55, 5:35, 7:15,
A DARING ROBBERY OF
$10,000,000 IN GOLD!
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TOMORROW!
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During the recent recession,
Eisenhower charged, the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats would have tossed private
enterprise into a "Federal wheel wheelchair"
chair" wheelchair" of hysterical government
spending.
Instead, he said, the steady
policies of the administration
prevailed and now the nation's
economy is on its way up from
coast to coast.
Before the President started
his campaign swing last week,
he had s'poken repeatedly of a a-pathy
pathy a-pathy and defeatism within his
own "party and was concerned by
the sluggish flow of campaign
contributions.
He rolled up his sleeves and
started stabbing at the Demo Demo-carts
carts Demo-carts in the first real public po political
litical political battling he has underta

ken since his own re-election in
1956.
As a result, he told last night's
audience of 4700 GOP workers
gathered at a $10-a-plate dinner
thai he was finding great en
thusiasm within the party for
the November battle with the
Democrats.
He did not go as far as to
predict that this enthusiasm
would produce a Republican
victory next month but he said

HST Hits Republicans In General
Nixon's Garbage In Particular

BOSTON. Oct. 23 (UPI)
P'ormer President Truman barn barnstormed"
stormed" barnstormed" into New England to
campaign today for Massachu
setts Democrats.
Truman assailed Republicans
in general and 'the "verbal gar-
.ge of vice-iTesiaeni tucnara
M. Nixon in particular yester
day in speeches at Wilmington,
Uei., and in New York. City's
Neg-io Hariem.
lie had a full political sched schedule
ule schedule today including a motor motorcade
cade motorcade through downtown Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, f. vis-.t to Roman Citholic
Archuishop R. 'haid J. Cushing,
an address to Boston College
iudents, te -vis.on and news
conference appearances and a
fMll-uress p-icii at a dinner
fir itate atlnr ey-geniral Ed Edward
ward Edward .7. McC:,rriii:i.k, Jr., nephew
.if House ma'Oi'ty leader John
W. McConna.'k.
Truman last night bluntly
disagreed with Democratic na national
tional national chairman Paul Butler's
statement that Southern Dem
Bids Are Sought
For Alterations
To Locks Storage
Bids are being asked for the
alterations to the Locks Storage
Building at Gatun Locks, ac according
cording according to an announcement by
the Engineering and Construc Construction
tion Construction Bureau.
The work, in general, consists
of replacing all galvanized iron
roofing and siding with alumi aluminum;
num; aluminum; providing steel door
frames, doors and additional
bracing; painting all structural
steel; and performing other re related
lated related work.
Plans and specifications for
this work were issued Oct. 20
and bids will be opened Nov. 12.
Copies of bid schedules and
specifications may be obtained
In the office of the Designing
Engineer, BhIot Heights. No
deposit is required.
AMADOR CLUB AT brewery

following a tour of the modern installations of the National Brewery on the Trans-Isthmian Highway. Brewery officials with
the visitors are Felix Luclanl, sales manager; George Dllfer, Canal Zone sales representative, and Arturo Illueca, public rela-

hard work within the GOP
could assure the United States
of "round, efficient, progress progressive,
ive, progressive, trustworthy government."
Eisenhower was tired as a re result
sult result of his trip to Iowa, Kansas,
Colorado, California and Illinois,
but press secretary James C.
Hagerty described it only as
"normal fatigue."
For a man of 68, however, the
trip was more than normally
vigorous and the Chief Executive
was expected to take It easy
back at the White House for the
next day or two.
Eisenhower's next scheduled
political speech is Oct. 27 at
Charleston, W.Va. He will speak
the same night, in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Eisenhower, suffering
from a painful migraine head headache,
ache, headache, returned to Washington by
train during the night.
She and the President were to
be hosts at a White House lun luncheon
cheon luncheon today for Queen Frederi Frederi-ka
ka Frederi-ka of Greece.
As the President closed out
his tour, staff members reported
that his r o u g h-and-tumble
sneeches in Los Angeles and
Chicago produced evidence of
revived GOP enthusiasm for the
rest of the campaign.

ocrats should get out of the
party if they won't go along
with its civil rights stand.
"I am not reading anyone out
of the party, Truman said.
"We want all the people in our
column that we can get.
Truman, said the Southern
school situation could have
been solved with leadership
from the Whjte House and
lauded the Southern Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic governors of Oklahoma,
Missouri, Kentucky and Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee for enforcing the law
without violence.
British To Resume
Paying Off Postwar
Debt To UniStates
LONDON (UPI)-Authoritative
sources said yesterday that Brit Britain
ain Britain would resume paying off its
mul'i-million dollar postwar debt
to the United States after a two two-year
year two-year suspension because of the
improved financial situation.
Britain was allowed to suspend
repayment of principal and inter inter-esl
esl inter-esl on the U.S.. loan of more than
seven b'llion dollars in the fall of
1956. Under an agreement nego
tiated with the United States,
.Britain coum aeter payments up
to seven years.
A' striking improvement in gold
and do'lar reserves was said io
have caused the government to
review the situation. The sources
said the government intended to
display its goodwill by resuming
payments mis year.
It was unders'ood.a formal de decision
cision decision would be taken shortly and
that a payment would be made
before Jan. 1.
The rate. of annual repayments
on the loans granted in 1945-46,
including principal and Interest,
amounts to 138 million doHars.
Tne loans, which totaled $4,370,
000,000. were granted by the Unif Unif-ed
ed Unif-ed States to help tide Britain
.over the heavy financial strain
caused by World War II.
Officers, members ana guests

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Which will it be? A missile against a city or a
mission into space? Man hat nowhere to look for
the answer but to himself. If h is worthy of the
knowledge his mind has brought him, we need not
fear Xhe choice. If he is not, the Space Age may
write his epitaph.
Viewed from an orbiting station, man will be
able to see half his small world in a glance and
circumnavigate it in 90 minutes. For the first time,
the idea 'of "one world" will or ought to have

real meaning. The conquest of

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Nobel Literature Prize Goes
To Russian Boris Pasternak

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STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 23 23-(UPI)
(UPI) 23-(UPI) Boris Pasiernak, 68, Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's most outspoken writer whose
foremost novel "Doctor Zhivago"
is banned in the Soviet Union, to today
day today was awarded the 1958 Nobel
Prize for literature.
The decision was announced by
the Swedish Academy of Litera Literature,
ture, Literature, which gave Pasternak the
$41,250 prize "for his important
achievement both in the contem contemporary
porary contemporary lyrical poetry and in the
field of the great Russian epic tra tradition."
dition." tradition." Republican Group
Pledge Legislation
Against Bombings
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A group pi 20 Republican senat senators
ors senators and senatorial candidates have
pledged to co-sponsor legislation
to make it a federal crime to bomb
schools, churches and synagogues.
Rep. Hugh Scott (K-ra.) a can candidate
didate candidate for the Senate, announced
last night that the other Republic Republicans
ans Republicans had agreed to co-sponsor the
legislation when the next Congress
convenes in January.
Scott said federal action was
needed to crack down on out
breaks of terrorism, such as the
recent bombings of a Clinton,
Tenn., school and synagogues at
Atlanta, Ga., and JPeoria, lit
In the last two years, Scott said,
there have been 67 such bomb
ings or attempted bombings. Ex
cept for the Atlanta case, ne sam,
only one or two suspects had been
apprehended by local authorities.
Scott emphasized his proposal
would not strip local authorities of
their responsibility, but would give
the FBI concurrent jurisdiction
to enforce the law such as it now
has in bank robberies, kidnap kidnappings,'
pings,' kidnappings,' and certain other crimes.
Uruguayan Bar
Association Raps
Cuba, Paraguay
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand
(UPI) The Russians advised the
U.S. Antarctic expedition yester
day that they planned to mak a
scientific observation flight over
day that they planned to make a
The American Dase at mciviurao
Sound saidnlhe Soviets, stationed
at Mirny across 'he conlinent, ad
vised U. S. Commander Rear
Adm. George J. Dufek of their
plans. The Russians said an
Ilyushkin twin engined plane
would continue past the pole and
land at McMurdo.
the South Pole tomorrow.
the schedule was suitable to the
Americans, Dufek was expectec
to agree To the plan.
of the Fort Amador' NCO Club

space will of necei-
Earth, should
Pasternak, a slender and buoy
ant man with grey hair and in
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leuse miiiusi wnu eyes, is uie sec
ond Russian language writer to re
ceive the prize. The first was Emi
gre Ivan Bunin, who lived in Paris
when he was awarded the distinc
tion in 193.
Pasternak has been a "lone wolf'
in Russia's literary world, and has
stoutly defended his personal inte
grity and the freedom of thought.
Once, in the thirties, when ma
ny of his friends were depor.ed.
he defied Stalia by refusing to sign
a document approving the execu
tion of Russian generals.
His poems are as well known in
the United States as in Russia,
and Pasternak has been listed a-
mong candidates for" the Nobel
Prize for several years. The last
time the Academy considered Rus
sian authors for the prize was in
1956, when it was choosing be
tween Pastecnak and Michael Sho
cholov, author of "And Quietly
flows the Don." It changed its
plans because of the events in Hun
gary.
'Doctor Zhivago," which un
doubtedly won Pasternak the prize
deals with Russian history b'
tween 1903 and thp Second World
War, It does not criticize commu communism
nism communism as such, but attacks revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary methods and revolutions,
henchmen and opportunists.
It is like hearing a horse tell telling
ing telling how he got himself trained all
by himself at a circus," Pasternak
said in the book about people who
are grateful to the regime for the
moral lesson they got while deport
ed to Siberia.
American Airlines
Will Soon Fly Jels
From NY's Idlewild
NEW YORK. Oct. 23 (UPI)
Premission to operate jet aircraft
out of Idlewild Airport was grant
ed today to American Airlinesi the
third Airline to receive such
clearance.
Donald V. Lowe, chairman of
the Port of New York Authority,
said American had been authoriz authorized
ed authorized to operate Boeing 707-120 jet
aircraft at Idlewild (New York
International Airport) for prov
ing and familiarization flights
starting Saturday and for regular
scheduled service in January.
Similar clearance was given
Oct. 17 to Pah American World
Airways, Inc., to operate the Boe Boeing
ing Boeing 707-120. and to the British O-
verseas Airways Corporation' for
operation of the Comet IV.
American's first Boeing 707 jet
will arrive at idlewild Saturday
between 2 and 5 p.m., the airline
announced. A spokesman for the
airline said the flagship would set
i transcontinental recrd on its
f,ieht from Los Angeles to New
York.
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f-: More than physical challenge to man, space
will pose moral questions but only the old ques

tions in new frames of reference.
A On the other hand, man's adventure Into space
can benefit his world in many ways. Satellites
could bring world-wide radio and television eom eom-munication,
munication, eom-munication, extreme long-range weather forecast
tng. Gravity-free' observatories, hospitals and rex
search stations could orbit the Earth. New Indus:

tries and opportunites, and new face to life on

result from the terrific impetus given
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AT PORTOBELO TUESDAY

Governor of Colon; Mrs. A. R. SC Angelo, and Capt. St.AJigelo, chief of staff to 'the "kdrnja.
They were among thousands who traveled to the tiny coastal port f or the.annual bservanc

of the Festival of the Black Christ. '." ' '

New Gravel Roof
For Madden Plant
Up For Bidding
Bids are being accepted by
the Panama Canal Company for
the replacement of roofing at
the Madden Hydro Plant. Plans
and specifications were issued
yesterday and bids will be open opened
ed opened Nov. 12.
The work, in general, consists
of removing the old built-up
roofing and replacing it with 5
ply built-up roofing covered with
Chagres River gravel.
Copies of bid schedules and
specifications are available at
the office of the Designing En Engineer,
gineer, Engineer, Balboa Heights. No de deposit
posit deposit is required.
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I Why do the con of tomorrow
I rvefobe driven on the roods of
l -j years ogor
Weather Or Not
This weather report tor' the 24
hours ending 8 a. m.' today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch oi tne
Panama Canal Company:
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TEMPERATURE:
High ........ 91 84
Low ......... 74 .; ; 76
HUMIDITY:
High 94 .99,
Low 59 75
WIND:
(max. mph) NW I NW14
RAIN (inches) 0 .80
WATER TEMP: '
(inner harbors) 88 ; : 85
BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, OCT. M i
High LOW
1:33 a.m. 7:41 a.m.
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will become ever more conscious of the un think. ;
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other; life in the universe, and his own place In v
this staggering prospect of Infinite worlds. Some Someday
day Someday the questions will be answered-Hiot by hinv

nor by his chUdren nor his children's children-,

- but someday.
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