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

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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M BALBoi.HTCH SCHOOL senior clas.:cfficers mi. -committee chairmen for &e current Veaf
ft Toirow-SeS righ&cnneW.De Gonrsentor- Wng committee; Carolyn : Holgerson, ard
tnnounwmK acttvities committee; senior Class Spon-
r;$K 1 1 Ward"MWaie:W W'Anr.Dea senior .showcase committee; Gloria E fWip pie
' tw committer Mary-Watson.Valentine- formal, committee; Judy Beeby. individua picture!
Md gowns committee; Charles rench, co-ordination com
, ..... mh.--. ift Mwnmitt.- fiittirnr. Tom. Cunnineham. senior class oresU

Jane 'KnesTmw
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Nearly Quarter bt a million
dollars will be paid to Panama
Canal pilots as a result of theu
three-and-a-half-year suit in
the VS. District Court at Ancon
in' which U7 pilots claimed over overtime
time overtime compensation- and trarei
time pay from the Panama
-f setttements totalling
wotUed out by the claims branch
of the Panama Canal, have been
lubmitted to the court by Pana Panama
ma Panama canal lawyers. v-
The amounts due to the pilots
wary from $20.55 to $3,834.97.'
:.rtmnta.tions 11 implement
r iptslon early this
year tollow the pilots' claims.
This" is one of the largest claims
the court has ever awarded;
, Three pilots have challengeo
; the computation and a e";
Inr on their Individual claims
i I scheduled for next month.
They are captains
Hearn, R. McAllister nd
I The claims covered the Pioa
from' July 1, 1951,. t6 April
1958, wnen ine company
paying the pilots hew rates has1 has1-ed
ed has1-ed on the court's decision, (
1 p vnnt will have to nay in
come tax on their awards and
ttiirri m the sum payable to
each pilot wUl be paid to their
- attorneys, William S: Tyson 6t
Washington'- and- Woodrow oe
Castrd and Charles; IV Ramirez
"Panama.. .'.
The lirst award hy the courtJ
was made to Captr.,. RODeri r.
Boyd who sued on behalf of all
the other pilots. ',
- The pilots award', though big,
Is nothing compared to their ori original
ginal original claim the maior part of
which concerned '-compensation
according to the prevailing tates
of the maritime industry- in the
VS. If the court had allowed
' this, the average award for' each
pilot resulting from the suit
would have been over $28,000.
1 The following list shows the
pilots involved and the amounts
they are entitled to: 1
Rov A.- Forr, si,5'9.76: Leonara
S. Hart, $2,911.97, George F. Hud

Gl Teses He Was Ordered To Shout ; Obscene PhrQse

FT. JACKSON (ITI)-A Missis Missis-ippi
ippi Missis-ippi sold'er testified yesterday he
'was required to si out an obscene
Teply "as loud as I could" during
basic training hei e. 1"
Pvt. Custit T, Jiathorn of Hat Hat-'
' Hat-' tiesburg, Miss., now stationed at
Ft. Gordon, XJa.,; said the com com-.
. com-. cany field first sergeant made
him shout the vil.- phrase in an an-'
' an-' swer' to the qiu st,ion,' "What's
. good, Harthorn,J .'
Hathorn testified at the general

eouri-rnarnai of V'. Charles u
" Momanj 28, of Empire, Ala.,
charged with mistreating, trainees
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Collect $230,179

son, $2,45S.18J Normfci R. Hutch-,
inson, si,Z5b.a7; tiowara it, jonu jonu-soa,
soa, jonu-soa, $2,520.22; Samuel E. John.
son, $3,538.68; .Henry a. rjonn-
stone, $2,980.6lj wmter a. .unn,
$2,057.18; Clive A. Lewis, $2,599.18;
Arthur L. T-ogan 'Jr. $2,353.30;
Thomas & Makkibm- $2,851.84;
Hugh -Maloney; 3,043.81 Jens JNi JNi-sen,
sen, JNi-sen, $3,295.94; William, W. Reid,
$3,667.74; Robert G. Renme $3,-
375.85: Henry ii. Tryner, jaaz.jw;
Albert L. Wilder, $1,309.90, Arthur
T. Wilder, 2,345.60; 'Walter C.
Cole, $512.33; Leo F. Donohue,
$945.10;-Robin u tnxon.s
49- .Gilbert ij. oFritts,.- $2,594,18;
Carter M. Houston, .$2,476.91;
Frank V. Kerlev; $2,280.23; James
P. Johnson, Jr., $1,168.14; Rober
W. McAUisten- $1,621.42; Frank G.
McGilberry $2,216.86; Arthur J.
McLean,' $2,631.55; Roger H Swain,
$1,636.75;, Albert G," Terwilliger,
$2,781.73: Benjamin t. Thomas,
$3,238.56; William i E. Thompson,
$3 820.53: Charles S. Townshend,
$2,524.55; Arthur Tuttle, Jr,,
$273.46;, Fred, M. Weade, $2,784,.
40; George E. White, $934.53; Har Harry
ry Harry L. Bach, $2,436.14; Clarence
M.'- Chambliss, 1,718.60; Glenn E.
Evans, Jr., $1,849.70; Henry u.
Ferri, $2,406.71 rWebster G. Far Far-rell,
rell, Far-rell, $3,278.84; Arthur H. Fertig,
$2,177.37; Irving G,' Hay, $3,561.85;
William C. Hearon, s3,zs.it; Mor
(timer CHill, $2,648.42, William
E.' Hopkins, .2,290.93; Conrad G
Didrikson. $2.151.76j Edward M
Fenter son.' $91.45: Jack H. Hearn,
$2,408.51; George K. Hudglns, V
723.41: Andrew Stohrer, 3.294.T;
John M.' StUart, $1,516.80: Remus
H. Taylor, 1,761.33; -William R.
Clute $2314.24: Richard C. Ser
eeant 2.860.36:- Lucien A. Skeet:
i 81.43; ,Ben F. Smith, $1,679.
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Archibald H." Springlhorpe. $247
04: John F. Meehan, $2,370.24:
Henry M. Pridgen, $125.03; Frank
J. Russejl,. $1,976.72;' Furman D.
Saunders. $2431.98; Robert A Al
lan, $2,172.44; John W. Anderson,
$453.83: K. L. Bivin; $1,570.91: re
ter Bolton. $1,579.31; Roy H. Rice,
3.114.77; Kenpem S. Koscoe, sz,
194.10: H;-V. Rowe $1,790.85: Ru
dolph W. Rubejli, $2,675.37; Edgar
S. Carlson, $406.16; Glen Martin,
$824.34; Peter W. Dnncan, $2,
- 448.53; Richard A. McLean $289.
at this big infantry base.
Among the charges were thi
Moman tied; a rope around one
trainee's neck and threatened o
hang him, and that he forced oth others
ers others to shout vile phrases... 1
- Hathorn said the order to shout
the phrase at anv time.whtn
asked "what's good", was given
by the company first sergeant
M. Sgt George R. Sovie the
f rst r night the rainees were ;n
the company. Soyie was court court-martialed
martialed court-martialed lst Snd reduce'
to sergeaAt first class. ,-
Hathorn testified officers had

vice-president, Not in pic.

4;' Beajamin ScWnlebeir, $1,854.
92; Patrick J. Ridge, $55.87; Hen
ry J. iauc, S2.ui4.43; mnstian j.
Gunderson, $1,473.60; ; Cliff ordt V.
Terstenson, $3,820.53; Wilbur- H.
Vanthie, $22.50, Julius F.. Eietz,
$1,791.96 ; Norman M' Currier,
$248,58: Hubert D, Clayton. Jr..
$1,787.91; .'Franklin W, AUie, 396.-
63; Howard J. 5chwartiman, $1, $1,-685.04;
685.04; $1,-685.04; Elmer C. Abbott. $1,384.-
05; John J. Connard. $2,948.90;
Glenn Mc Cramer, $333,69 j ..Wil
liam J. cronin, $2,499.21; Roy L.
Hearn, $2,574.02; Harold T Long
more, $2,800.82; Sidney W. Peter
son, $2,860.26; Harold F, Spinney,
$3,624.96- Samuel F. Mason III
$307.67; Richard A. McClean, $289,-
84; Joe Y. Christian, $115.24; John
F, Campbell, $l,021.75;Luther G.
Bradshaw, 1,521.31 Howard Bueh
Icr, $2,701.48; John T Barrett, Jr.,
$2968.24; Clinton Vaverstock, $2,-230.27?-korKe
JD Mead $928.69;
.Samuel J, Milliken, Jt506,39;'Jan-
S.. Munaefl,'$l.686.46rFred W.
Poore, Jti $1,775.55'; Francis J.
Harrington, $2,695.97; Volkert-V
Jacobs. $3,834.97; Ernest B.
Riimer, $961.68; Howard L. Went
worth, $3,700.20; Frank J Russell,
$1,976.72,- Walter Uettl, $2,616.03
2 YoniJu Chafed
Two Panamanian youths ho
broke into: a hut near Thatcher
Highway and stole Items they
found inside T apoeared" before
Judge John E-Deminw at Balboa
lVfaoistrate'v Court today.
' Maxwell Dodd. 16. was chareed
with, petf larceriv in stealing
lamn shades, a sbonpinn bar. a
irTift and other items valued at
!mfl, &b wopertv of Arthur
Allen, an was sent to Jail for
30'av.
. Kit al'ewd eccomnllce Ernes
to Roriri:ueK-15. wai accused of
htirstlary and committed to U.S
DJ'trlct Court ft Aru'on
The rein for tb different
charge"!, aloueh Jthev rwer'
concerned, together, was,, that
Podti"!"!' has a worse record
than Dodd. J
heard the Vile semence and that
other cadremen required him1 fo
snout n-ronce in me presence ot a
woman. -." '..
' "It was considered a ; loke,'?
Hathorn admitted. He added that
he madd the reply as many as ,?Q
timer out of "fear-,., of punish -ment."-
His testimony was substantiated
bv Pyfr. .L'onel. A. 1 De'o'e f
Huntsville. "Ala..-' aBd James P,
Reed of Springfield, S. C
Pvt, Jimmy R. Cope,- ot Moun
tain- Creek. Ala.i told the S mem
ber board yesterday that Mo-

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Shotgun Theft
Costs Youth
$50, 15 Days
" n i-viar-old Panamanian
youth whoi broke into a canal
Zone house auring tuweufc uio uio-order
order uio-order in Panama city earlier
this month, stole a shotgun and
took it Into the besieged Nation National
al National institute, was fined $50 and
sent to jail for 15 days in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today. -The
youth is Joseph Henry Pl-
cans.i- jr. ne ww
-i ,ifvi hnrelarv and com-
mitted for triafat UA District
Court. The District Aiw"y
4uriri th charee to petty larce
brought oeiore
Court again toaay.
- Be was enargea v
about Oct. 3 with stealing a
12-gauge Winchester shotgun
from the house of a Mn6.,
William Rigby, of house TJl-C
Balboa. He had known Rigby
when he attended Balboa High
; tiiMl fai orrMted Oct. 6 ad
... ...i....nf anne&rances ai
k ru.aufl
airoaMaglstrife' iCourtwas
mi Kail nf 42500. When
trontted to District
Court bail was reduced to $500
.v4v, fimiiv were able to
post with the court w wi.u
He pWed guilty today and
was represeniea w 7 r r-y.L
y.L r-y.L -ar t jjhridan. Jr. who
""rii rfew Picans'
yoiith And the fact that he had
I iMnt ,Tocord either in the
no erirntnalvrecord either
s.i Tnnf nt Panama.
Sheridan said that W.e-
nromoted by tne
k...A nt navinr been in
mob of atuaenis oeijius
pinama authorities auring ue
w A.ld -that Picans- had
known the boy' he stole the, gun
from and knew ne naa su"
the house. Earlier he- had been
negotiating to' buy another gun
from his friend and had In fact
put a down payment on it but
not taken delivery and was later
paid back the down payment.
The friend in the meantime
bought another gun which he
kept in the same place in the
house and it was this gun which
picans took.
Judge John EDemlng re referred
ferred referred to a similar case in 1956
where a serviceman had bro broken
ken broken Into the house of friend
and stolen a pistol. In this
case, said the Judge, the sol,
dier who wa 22 was sent to
' Jail for 30 days and fined $100.
Judge Deming saM he could
see little difference between the
two case except the age of the
defendants.
.i mv j'm ; ; 1 i--
Margarita Stoe
Shifls Opsn Hours
To avoid inconvenience for res-'
Idents of Margarita and other At
lantic side patrons of the retail
Store there, tne store win oe open
next Tuesday and closed all day
wmAnmAav. it' was announced to
day at the supply division offices
in Balboa.
Normally the store is open on
Mondays and closed on Tuesdays,
reopening afl p.m. Wednesday,
To avoid the long closing period
because of the holiday Monday.
the scheduled will, be 'cnangea ana
the store will be onen during reg regular
ular regular hours next Tuesday which
will eliminate the night opening
for next week.
The chance In onerating sched schedule
ule schedule at the, Margarita store, is for
next week only.-
, Panama's' Independence Day Is
next Monday and th's date is
wavn served as S holiday in the
Canal Zone.
i man threatened to hang him and
then sent him into the woods to
find a gallows tree as punishment
ior dozing on me iiring rauKe.
Moman, the recruit said, hurled I
tent rope over limb, tied a
noose around his neck and -."shook
the rope like' he was going to
ugnien n. 4
Another private, williat t
Henry. Gainesville. Fla.r said Mo
man kicked a can of crease, pit
slime in o his face 4 while n
cleaned the kitchen waste trap as
pun'shment for failing 10 come
attention in the mess- ball Mne

BalBqa, Cristobal Docks

Working Normally-Today

Work on the docks on both

pletely back to normal today after almost a week of intermit intermittent
tent intermittent striking by dock workers dissatisfied over new work condi conditions
tions conditions which affect the overtime of many of them.

"ine. strutinr, especially durinc nisrht overtime shifts has

delayed a number of ships but there has been no serious delay or

congestion.
The men's grievances stem
from ; re-classiucation of -the
dock workers, most of whom
were on a "when actually em
ployed" (WAE) basis, to Dring a
big percentage of them under
the Civil Service retirement
scheme. This entails paying
overtime after 40 hours per week
instead of after eight hours a
day as. previously.
This new overtime ruling ap
plies to all dock workers wheth
er or not the; qualify for the re retirement
tirement retirement scheme by averaging 30
hours per week.
A sevenm.an committee sel selected
ected selected by the dock workers in
Balboa met yesterday with Ca Canal
nal Canal administration representa representatives
tives representatives to discuss the new em employment
ployment employment conditions.
Meeting with the employe
committee were E. B. O'Brien,
Superintendent of the Terminals
Division, and representatives of
the Canal's Personnel Bureau.
The issues reised by the commit committee
tee committee were discussed in an atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere of amiability, according
to Balboa Heights.
V Two principal requests pre
sented by the employe. commit
tee were ior an. was vomers to
be covered Into theCivll .service
Retlrttnent plan, or failing; this
fa; some substitute plan for dis dis-abWty
abWty dis-abWty relief; and for a time timekeeping
keeping timekeeping plan which would avoid
loss of overtime pay for the ma majority
jority majority of the Balboa workers.
It was announced at Balboa
Heights after the meeting that
the Canal Administration will
give sympathetic consideration

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LOOK CLOSELY, DEBBIE Mrs. Gerda Anderson and daughter, Debbie, get the low-down
on operation of the 90mm antiaircraft gun from Sgt. Robert C. Link,. A Battery, 4th OuA Eat
tallon, 617th Artillery during firing practice at Battery MacKenzle. (UjS, Army Photo) ".."

sides of the Isthmus was com
to the requests and some deci decisions
sions decisions will be reached within a
reasonable period
In their discussions with Ca
nal representatives, the dock
employes said the loss of over overtime
time overtime pay would be a serious one
for many workers on the Pa Pa-fic
fic Pa-fic side where stevedoring oper operations
ations operations are generally light.
The 'committee said that they
were authorized to represent
only the Pacific-side employes.
With the extension of Civil
Service Retirement to non-U.S.
citizen employes, only those
WAE workers averaging 30 hours
a week are eligible to be trans transferred
ferred transferred to the regular rolls. With
this change, overtime pay will
be paid only after employes work
40 hours a week.
This timekeeping rule Is to
be applied Uniformly to, all
dock employes, whether ,they
become regular employes with
full leave and retirement ben benefits,
efits, benefits, or continue to be carri carried
ed carried on WAE rolls.
Heretofore, overtime was. paid
after dock workers had com-
pletediveight-houf shift-Jn!
one .24-hour1, tvrlof;. r?Tvrt'i1
Sundays. rh.o,a
Overload
Alberto- Antonio Reina, 32,
Panamanian, was fined $15- by
Judge John E. Demlng at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today for
overloading hid bus on the Dia-
tola Road.

Cisifidiiii

Expect To
8 Senate
In Nov. 4
WASHINGTON, Oct 29

paign managers appeared convinced today they will gain
at least eight U.S. Senate sears in next Tuesday's elec

tion and have an even chance or better to aain eiaht

others.

They stuck to their forecasts despite the intensive

campaigning by President Eisenhower and Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon in behalf of Republican candidates. '

wnne aamirring rne ijur leaders may have stirred
up Republican workers which could mean a laraer GOP

turnout at the polls next Tuesday Democratic snakes.'

men refused to concede any
Eisenhower returned last night
after a two-day campaign trip
into West Virginia, Pennsylvania
and New York In which there
are critical races for four senate
seats and two governorships.
He will make his final cam campaign
paign campaign address Friday night over
a national radio and television
hookUD from Baltimore. Md.
The Presildent was expected
to devdte a considerable, portion
of todf -and tomorrow" ff ppaij
ing ior nis campaign wmaup.
The president, who generally
has a olld approach to pilitlcs,
has in recent days become a
walking", arsenal of Republicanism.."-.
If Democrats maintain or en enlarge
large enlarge their hold on Congress
this fall, the President would
. have to face jibe prospect of
the opposition controlling Con

Gain
Seats

Voting
(UPI) Democratic cairn
;
change in the outlook
gress during six of his eight
years as Presidenta record
for modern Presidents.
Yugoslav Stowaways
Who Jumped Here
Dcf;::,2d,h S!j-
who fled their country and tried
a ugvotnr
towawave
to escape in the Canal 7ona
have now reached California
where Federal immigration au authorities
thorities authorities have ordered them dei
talnetf aboard the Italian ship
they stowed .away on.
me trio, who claim to be po political
litical political refugees, are Ivan Biscan.
22, Andres Smlljko, and Aca StO--janovic.
They boarded the Italian flag flagship
ship flagship pietro Canale In France
after fleeing from Yueoslavta.

While the shto transited- the
Canal on Oct. 16. they broke out
of their cabin by smashing the
door, and jumoed overboard
near Gamboa and started swim swimming
ming swimming for the shore. :''-.
Thev were spotted and the pi pilot
lot pilot radioed to Canal zone PoHce
who sent a launch out from
Gamboa and picked the men up
from the water.
They were taken to Balboa
Police station and later esawW'r
back to the shin at Palboa. The
caotain was ordered bv lmmt-J
"ration officials to lock the men
In a cabin and keen a pruard at
the door until the ship left Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone waters.
Richard Hoy, local Immigra Immigration
tion Immigration and naturalization office
director at Lon Beach. Calif.,
said yesterday the trio claimed
to be political refugees from the
communist government of Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Tito. 7.
Under immigration laws. Hoy
said, the three have no right to
leave the shin and seek refuge
hi the U.S The ship, which
docked at Long Beach Saturday
was scheduled to leave for Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, B.C., In several daysr
Insoecfion Of Cf
Commercial Cars
To Begin Tuesday L
til i ... , f- : .

iiie annual inspection Of COB
mercial vehicles licensed in tne
Cansl Zone will hegm TuesdSy,
in the Motor Transportation DlvK
sion'd carages in Ancon and it'rts.
toba, it has been announced hy
the Motor Transportation Divisioa;
i, i i u,
Vehicles will be checked fW conX
dltion of brakes, light etc.,' hi
comnliance with Canal Zone trafV
fic reeulations and will b mark'
ed with stickers when the iavi
passed inspection. ) it
This inspection is the firsITof
three-part program. ComnercM
vehicles licensed in Panaitia but
operating in the Canal Zone will'
be inspected Dec. 1, 'followed by -inspection
of Canal Zone, licenced -orivate
vehicles soon after the
first of next year. 1 j
Vehicles to be Inspected! should

im in nil ii .i. iwiiiLij. nil i i,

tion garages during regular work.

ing nours.

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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1951

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att Jay, latreja art Mliib ia tha are receftaeY
laaac tr f kaea the lettara limited te ana Maatfe.
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" "- TkM awiaaa tltumtl ae reeaBiiMrr t tt tmtat at eslaiaM
uateisa ia tartar traat Marfan.
THE MAIL BOX
; u lsS'..-
eT'S KEEP THE FACTS. JN MIND
Blr:
There's been so much screanw.. -bout where the Canal
ts ite meat that the Impression has got about that shipload
chininVd of the New Zealand variety Is arriving here to
f fil oK CanaT Zone tables. This is anything but
true as the beef-producers well know.
i"'m wrong tell me, but I think I'm right when I say that
the Canal. Js buying only J Pen tathge' 2S
Zealand. Also the cuts it is buying are those that are not pro
duced in Panama. ,,
Doesnt that bring the picture more info, focus?
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POTTER AND THE MERCHANTS

Sir:

I hive been absent from the Mail Box for sometime, the present
gripjm the merchants regarding Governor Potto t.

the Chamber or commerce uuiiiyci -
e SL1"' ,,.... nf Panama's merchants seem to be

juvenile, somewhere about the third grade.
It is almost three years since the Panamanian employes in the
Canal Zone were led to the slaughter. None .of these merchants,
who are sole beneficiaries of the treaty, have ever protend regard regard-rJj.Z
rJj.Z regard-rJj.Z i i.i t ivi wlfar of the Panamanian

H1R tne salary aajusimum n mi v y-- iiv:,
workers in the Canal Zone. Few. if anv. pay their employes a living
wage in uropertion to the price for which there merchandise is sold.
I fiil to nee any reason for thei- nroteit reeardinf Governor
Potter's speech. To the contrary, th Governor should be con gratui a-

ed for snowhig tnese mercnanrs exarny
der to get business from the Canal Zone.

Relations United States Senate, 84th CongreM Fiwt Ses'on. 1t

Treaty of Mi'tual unde-stanf"ngs ana ooperauon mm mc iu"
cf Panama. Page, S4, Par. 8: f
r--'Jn general ennnection with the math of the invoonabfft o
I ems of r"r','ia"''fe for resa' 'n th Sle Stores in the Canal
IZone' it wi" V nr''ce fh" Agprfien ennoernfd to acouire
S sttrh items eith- f-om Unite'' Satp onr"s or tj,namanian sources
Unle. in ffrta!n rnstjm"''". it i P tn do so.
t In t)la lo!'"' th'- "ipjn. P nn o'-eet un.
I used to be a Dam Tired and Mad Panameno, but right now
I am just
A Pooped PtBamefio. :

t ...
Sir:
t 1 h.-e bn on v Zone around 1H years now without airing my
I?!. thiMinhtr m tK. 1Ttl Ttnv hilt hr BOP

V Thw cheers for Governor Potter for savine that he will not b"v
""ifnanofian rodnct till thev .meet our standard of atwlitn He
I told -the Panama businessmen that if hv worked hard tey Tiad a
voldinine in the Canal Zone. Hi mistake was to nmH thm with
St th.f m,KA mrlr" T.w niL.t th o!H tn' YIAll Into1 their hands With-

i wit thre being a'nv work Invye. ond.it ti(ir havmgMo take
i any f their ow. gold inutl thdhaaV Jto orlnwtlie nnim. V -r

j Take a ride into the interior ana you n see u ains r jmrnn
I cattle?r"?ine,on- he same pw m -w there when the Sosn'ards
I aTivefi. J5nr; eatile ii7a? nut.fitatwid bn on eras that his been

J planted on the range aftee peine c'-otifi-'ilv developed as the most
I no'irish'n? for th ?ea concerned. In addition th rass thev get

ih"" feedl everV dav to1 out oit. meat on the- ix". nd are

finall not In en for two weeks or more before slaughter and
i fed Vir.nMyjt;'n. r t's '.,.-
; Pnwah"itnien' xnecT theii ranp frf',wj(?r)'-'as
ithe mw t)rif(t. ne Whf .' "hut Withmi nvting anyt.flf,, the foil or
the gold Decenary to imwe the oiiai'tv' the meat.
J Panama's businessmen are no more entitled than anyone else

EJt6 "something for nothing." but they are just as entitled as anyone

cise in nouimi: ior nominE.
Till they let go the'r grip on a couple of nickels for long-term
Investment in duality, the countrv will be in the same shoddy rut

50 years from now, on a diet of bananas and coconut instead of caviar

ana eampagne.

I'i r"i n'.v Roiu. ruiier wouia hiku ?oo" cungrRssman uo mere
Ijn Washington, along with Ren. Daniel J. Flood. As a team, they
t might he aHe tn Jech Panama the hollowness of its "something
jfor nothing", ohilosoohy.

Finally, three more cheers for Governor Potter.
Mrs. H. L.

Ruarkous:
Comments

j PRIDE AV PREJUDICE
jSir:

,1
' Well I see the wailin? from Panama hat atarted again. The

i"' niriiic ia iinjB. wnii me un'if" rrun uo. fives US-In Cora
nnrienn in whit fh Prkm rBttT ia ...

T " w-s t in in ai Vflliai U. gJVCB UB,
Doesn't Panama have any pride at all? How can a group of
suooosedly educated men cry and wail at what or what-not the
Unred States taxpayer gives them. I certainly would be ashamed
to admit that I'm lazv to earn my own living and have to live off
,i the charity of Uncle Sam.
J Why doesn't Costa Rica, for example, claim that the United

Dime owes imm a living ii is necause thev are to proud to ac
j cept handouts for nothing done, or for something of a lesser value
'"i
! Tbey Should Be Ashamed.

By ROBERT C. RUARK
SAN. FRANCISCO TherV- ii
some uu o bauaoning m old
Rock the grim loriress.oi Alca Alca-aij.
aij. Alca-aij. as 4 iiu ca ior uie, oauaest
boys in our penal system, 1
rt-ca.raz came Dacic tnlo pro

minence the ouier week v wneu a

l.usLraied con named Walter bur bur-gett
gett bur-gett tnea tc oeic tne tiues on a

long lag. The modern Chateau d' d'-li
li d'-li will nold about thousand sin

ners, but as Uiey die oil or serve
their sentences lewer and fewer
candidates lor maximum security
arrive. i, is naruiy a self-sustaining
jug. Even the water tuat the

nmaies usr has to be brouehi

fom San Francisco. i..

Possibly other men have1: been

denvereu Straight unto tiie Kock

wi hout first serving lengthy ap-
prenticesh p in tome other can,

uui uie omy one wno comes im immediately
mediately immediately to mind is the late Ai
Capone, who made the max maximum
imum maximum stretch on income tax eva-

sion charges. After a few preli preliminaries,
minaries, preliminaries, A. homed straight .n o
a hive wnich housed only men with
longer, tougher records of misbe misbehavior.
havior. misbehavior. Not-that Al had 3Jck amiss,
because he was many times a mur murderer
derer murderer and engineer of murder; But
in underworld thinking it seemed
a bit much to jug a guy on the
Rock just for Stealing irom the
Federal government.
After all) Alcatraz was no kind kindergarten
ergarten kindergarten for took juggler. I be believe
lieve believe Capone was regarded more
or less as an amateur intrudtr
into an old pro's locker room.
Alcatraz almost certainly will go
one of these days, if only because
if comprises a was e of Federal
funds, and can easily be used to
anchor ano her bridge to span the
bay. i
But in a way it will be a pity
when it confesses i's uselessness,
practically speaking, and the few
remaining alumn are setn back
to (he mainland to spin our their
terms in other less symbolically
horible jails.
The Rock was a stark monument
of threat !o those who spurned the
law in and out of prison.
It was as nearly escape proof
as any bu lding in the wor'd. A
swimmer hd to brace a hree hree-knot
knot hree-knot tide, if he got over the side
at all.
While the swim has been made
as a siun. by Jack Lalanne, a phy physical
sical physical culturist who did it hand handcuffedit
cuffedit handcuffedit was not at the time of
day that the l?te MrvBurgett tried
it. The tides are so foughithat it
took the Coast Guard more than
an hour to recover the body af after
ter after it first was spotted.
This latest attempt marked just
another vam- effort to escape the
Rock. FiVe were shot to death,
13 recaptured, and. vtwo gen's,
Ralph Roe and Theodore Cole, took
.off and were never; jhea'rd; from
sgini--! i h '--.-

Warden-Pa til MAoilsaRS"; a-

tough cus'odian, said publicly that
the recovoery of Burgett body

after 13 daysnearly unrecogniz

able and only 500 yards away irom
the Rockshut the took on Cole
and Roe as well. ,' ,;
During the comole'e uproar here

about Burgett's e.cape, Mad gan

remained cum, He reckoned grim
ly thai the crabs had staked a
claim on the 'ngiUv.e: any time
from a few mi to a few hours
after he overpowered a guard and
hit the drink.
I suppose the -socio'ogisls w 11
gang me for this, but it's my idea
hat Alcatraz should be maintain maintained
ed maintained as a sot of national shrine
aga!'st wrongdoing, and that it
should not be shut down but should'
be kept vibrantly in the news as
the last bus s on for incorrieibles.

There has been altogether too

much coddling of crooks in recent
years, and this coddling has re reflected
flected reflected r:ght on down to the street
level of uncontrollable juvenile de de-linouency.
linouency. de-linouency. Good and evil are amoly de

monstrated by he lux'aoosit'on of

Alcatraz and San Francisco.

As a moral v is as; simoie as

the concept of Heaven and He'l.

The good go to San F-ancisco, the
bad to Alcatrsz'J'atfd never the

twain shall meet;
. ...

....Fcill Styles..

Spfr

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The Washington Merry-GoRourid

ly DREW NAftSON

WASHINGTON The treasury

has dumped a hoi potato in the
lap ot me Justice Department

but you can be sure noining win.

oe none- aooui u uma. alter toe e e-lecuons
lecuons e-lecuons it then, t
Tne hot pota.o is a recommen recommen-dai.on
dai.on recommen-dai.on that the Justice Department
piosecute Jlernaru Uomnue, close

jriend oi Sherman Auams, ior

wiiuul lailUie to lue income vax-

DuTlttg tne UOianne-nuams imco-

n at inn it iaKea out mat uuiu-

faie had not tiled his 1956 tax re-.

turn, also was delinquent in m m-ing
ing m-ing hit 1957 return due last spring,
ii also developed that he and his

comnanies were delinquent witn,

some of their state and municipal
laxes in New England
The Treasury has nothing to do
with the latter, but is nder
compu.sion to require Avery citi citizen
zen citizen to file a Fede-al Jncome tay
return. Accordingly it has 1 now

rorrtm mended Goldflnefs prosecu

tion for willful failure to file,

' Ordiriarily an official Treasury

r.rnmmendation of this kind ra

-ceives prompt action by the Jus

tice Depanmeni. it a computai

ed tax case is sent to the just.ee

pat

I n. IIS

Greek Air Force and sub-lieutenant
in the Navy.

Last year wuen this writer was

receiveu by King faul ana Queen

Frederika on the Greek island wf

Conu, jukt oil the Greek-Albanian
coast, Her Majesty, told? me

some aiscipline she had given her

son during .be Greek demonstra:

tionj against England over Cy Cyprus.
prus. Cyprus. ..
"My son," she said,' "goes to a
school presided over by a British
headmaster.' And when some of
our people were protesting British
ruie over Cyprus, the boys de decided
cided decided they would go on strike- a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst their headmaster,
VI told my son," said the Queen,
"that regardless of Cyprus or any
feeling toward the British, the
headmaster was to command his

complete respect. We must not let

our views toward ihe British; Gov Government
ernment Government 'on Cyprus 'influence oar
personal relations with" individual

Engl'thmeni That ende'dl the
strike."- ,ru "ftfik'
Note Queen Freflerika is not in
the USA on on official visit, and
prefers it that way. One reason
she prefers it lhat way is because

she wants to do some shopping.

Department there maybe justifia-IAs an official visitor to the USA
bly delay. But willful i failure to 1 four years agoi she wa trail,-

file is clear-cut and simple. There

ran be no argument about it.

However, the Justice Pepartment

has not moved agtnast uoianne
and probably will not move for
some time. '.
L has called a grand jury to
cross-examine Baron ShackleUa,
former chief investigator for the
Legislative Oversight Committee
who was caught bugging the room
of Goldfine's publicity mam
But it is not likely osmoVe soon
on the man whom Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams described as the American
success story the man who climb climbed
ed climbed from immigrant boy to wealth
the typical American way.
STRICT QUEEN
Queen Frederika of Greece, who
has brought her strapping six-loot-Iwo
son, Crown Prince (Jonstaa (Jonstaa-tine,
tine, (Jonstaa-tine, to WashingvOn on a military-training
tour, is not only one
of the most glamorous crowned
heads in Europe. She is also a
strict discip inarian.
Her 18-year-old son enjoys per per-haps
haps per-haps fewer luxuries than the aver average
age average American boy, has had 'o
master four languages,, and work

hard at his job of captain in the
Greek Army, lieutenant In the

ed" by newsmen wherever? a e

went, until nnaiiy, in los Angeles,
she explained: "This is my only
opportunity to do some shopping.
But if you follow me I can't shop."
"So they were very kind;" Jie
Queen told me, "and left tme a a-lone."
lone." a-lone." r
THANKS CONGRESSMEN
Most Congressmen get nothing
from voters back home except
brickbats--or requests for favors.
If it isn't a problem over a. i sbinV
status in the Army, i 's a request
for he'p on a government con contract,
tract, contract, or a grine over the. Con Congressman's
gressman's Congressman's last vole. That's part
of the sometime thankless Job jof
being a Congressman. ; ;
The Alabama League of Muhl Muhl-c'pajites,
c'pajites, Muhl-c'pajites, howevei1, has pulled i a'
refreshing swi'ch., The may6rs .of

Aiaoama are setting aside a day

to be called "Alabama Congres

sional Delegation Appreciation
iay" to tflaii their Cougrsmen
lor dbing jood job.
Alabama 'Happens to have one

oi tne avest and most pubtic-mind

ea group ot representauves in

Congress. They aeserve praise.

iiu Uie mayots oi Alabama are

giving .hem a lunch in Momgome

ry with radio-TV coverage to pat

mem on tne Dacx tor value rc
ceived.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
A sisnificanf test of whether re

ligious groups ote for members

of their own faith or for. the beat
man will take place in Chicago
Nov. 4 when the 12th District: hea

vily Jewish, votes on re-electing

insn congressman cnariie aoyie,
Democrat. Boyle has een a great

large y managed ,tn save the A tit
vil'r'ights appropriation lalt yea;
So, to defeat him, th Republicans
nominated a Jew who could win
votes in Ihis' heavily Jewish dis district.
trict. district. Most politicians figure that
Jew'sh voters will stick to their
tried and trusted! Catholic friend
ra her than a new man of their
own, faith, :.Radu is one way o
get Jnto politics,. Vince Garrity,
popular' rad:o commentator -m
WAAF. Chicago, is running for
sanitary district trustee in Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, rol'ed tip a terrific lead in the
pnmar'es, is cer ain to be elect elected.
ed. elected. .Nelson B6ckeller has an
eye on the future. Though busy
running for Governor of New York
he's also sending "financial aid 'b
other GOP candidates around the
nation.
If he runs for Te GOP nomina nomination
tion nomination for President against N'xon
in 1980 these financial chickens
may come home tn roost in the
shape of pro-Rockefeller delegates.

ipET

For the Best

in newt aiad entertainment

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THE 'SCHOLAR" Raised to?the simpUs life are Jbarefoot
pupils like Lester Byler, 12, who shyly peek over his lunch lunch-box,
box, lunch-box, shaped like, the barns of his folk the-Amish of- Phio's
Geauga. County. 'Fiftynlne pupils V(thef Amish sallr? them
vscholarj"). crowd intoihe one-roont Huntsburg Private School
where they receive education through the eighth grade and
no further. As Jonathan Miller, 38, school, board treasurer,
says, "We raise ourVhildrennoVork. Other schools are try trying
ing trying to put more men in the (boss') chair" and less men on the
job." The strict religious sect maintains' six schools through
out the county, '

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WEDXISDAY, OCTOBER M, 19S1 ,- ---.
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.elushrelr Your i : Bob Hope--is
plotting the year's T tigges TV
western WunduiH-iS' a'.moyie T
' i All of TV' western (tarr i- 20
at the, latest eount-will be ; com com--
- com-- ing -to' hU ; rescue la a gunfight
with 'Jesse : James and Jus gang
if rating feuds and contracts' can
rtrinttrn: and Bob is sure they

V win be.rrh i film' is; Hope.' latest

comedy,;r Ana Jesse James.
posstf. headed brV Wyatt JCirp,
Matt, Dillon, the Lone Banger and
the Maverick brothers saving Hope
ta the nick of m could; b the
year's wildest and funnie'st movie
tndint i-vij V-;
. SOB- PLAYS 'an insurance sates sates-,
, sates-, man 'who makes the. mistake of
felling Jesse James, a $100,000
life -Insurance Dolicvi' and it's all
eminiseent-of "Son -f PalH
f aee i which Cowboy Star Bey
Rogers'" galloped to his- escue -?
Director Noramn 2. McLeod 4s
loping he eari film a i scene tin
which all of the TV heroes match
shoulder to shoulder on a f -western
street a la thastalking scene
in High Noon' t t i
PITIR LAWFOROi is telling' ft
about Frank" Sinatra telling War Warner
ner Warner Studio-Boss Jack Warner the
plot' of his planned movie, ''0 ''0-eean's
eean's ''0-eean's The story is about 1
E iiys sticking Up the ntire city of
aa Vegas in-Balmoit-but-not-'
quite billion-dollarrrobbery and. Si Sinatra
natra Sinatra was enthusing to Warner: :
"The stick up is plotted but
v like an army maneuver. We've
covered eyery loophoiei-and jve've.
even had technical advice from
the Las Vegas sheriff's office on.
Just" how such a robbery could: be
staged. It's the perfect crime crime-almost
almost crime-almost and.
"Now wait a minute. Frankie,
Wdded ( Warner "Lef s get 12
men instead of U, forget about
makinif themovie and take the
script to Las Vegas and try it,'

. DEBIIK KiYNOLDS is keeping
a close .eye on 2-year-old daugh

ter V Came Frances these-i days.
' ;Th !'. with a nurse, snends ev

. ery Jay with mama on the set of
"The Mating Game" at :M6M :M6M-Debbie
Debbie :M6M-Debbie is listening to TV offers
and;there's a,cbance she .will jflo
a musical spectacular;" Opposite
Eddie Fisher? The Vt 1 1 g

Game" is a wild dbwnh-ithe
farm eomedv with PautifUonElas
! as Debbie's pop, .Jeudinf-witb he
- TJ.pneOntatax .tfapartmn. while
Dbbi falls' In love wittf Tax Col
lector' Jony Randall. Hollywood is
' n fa; newcomedy kick 'a;1 ft

, whlcW DouRlas t is- .preaicnngt!
V atMioJtfi?get. "people liatk 1

Hie rioviehabIt.?;Theii he aae
"Partictilarlyt If aom ot,th..eom'

ROSSANO BRAIZI anct' Italian
Director Federico1 Fepini aTr plot plot-tine;
tine; plot-tine; an Independent movie to, be
made in New York. BraKl will
play a IlMtrber who ruM afoul ial
( the .-HafiaThbse-- not-'to "lavor.
We Critical reviews of "'South JPa;
cifift.11' by 'the way. brinf dnly,;"
' tmle "to. Braszi's face'The'v pici
ture is a big box office nit f and
Hls-.fan.fliail, says,; .iiheart'
warming; '
"The fans like the film. They
want to talk about, it. They feel
good after seeing it.'; ; ; p
ONt.TIMlV CHARACTf r jfiar
Barry Fitigerald .:Who suffejtd, a
- serious heart attack a year ago,

Trumqh Declines
Invite For Piano
Duet With Nixon
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (UPI)
-Former President Harry S. Tru Truman
man Truman made it clear today that he
hadn't changed his mind about
, Vice President- Richard M. Nixon.
"He .'has -called' me -traitor,"
said Truman.- "And I don't like
that
: The ; remark was in answer 'to'
a query whether Truman would
accept an invitation from the Na National:
tional: National: ,Press Club In. Washington
Ca play a piano duet with Nixon.
' A'The aaswerv-atVcaursav ia.no,"
aaid the former chief executive.
. 4rve refused to enter the Senate
when he was there. Whir would I
"tfo ? a thing like this? He has
called ; me :a traitors And I don't,'
like that." .
The-former President was quot quoted
ed quoted last 'week by a 'United, Press
In'ernational reporter as laying,
'Well, that was very nice of him"
when he was told Nixon had
hailed him as -. a Vgallant F war warrior"
rior" warrior" of the campaign trail. ;
1
GUI1D DISCOVERY
RESTORES VIGOUR
. suffer from ntrr, bndn or phydeal
WMkilMi, ran will And happiiMat ul
, haalth (a a rw AnrteuiX.bontair
Mthod whlob rMtorM youthful Tifour
and rltallty. It la a impU horn trat-
, imnt la tablM form pnptnd by an
.. iUBarlaui la.bora.tery and ta vary aaay
to ttk. It aeU dlrcctlr your
srlanda, narvaa aad vital oryana and
trorkk ao wall you aa m and tmi
hw bodily powar and ylcoui- In a
. ahart tima. Baoauaa at Ita aatural ae-
. tlea an tlaada and aarva yourbmla
war aad ananary aftaa tmarara
aaualy. ....
ft Thla naw1 ftaaCaat vlaaor Materar
allad Vl.Taba aaa baan taatad and
rarad la tha Unltad Stataa and ta
nw avaiiaDM at au dnirataraa bara.
Oat Vl.Taba UMata from ydur drut-t
f m uKiay, put tnara to taat ana aaa
ha blc lmDrovamant Taka tha full
'. kottla. which Uiti aWht A.v. It Mil
naka you full of Yliour, anargy and
: Vitality, and yon wilt faal yaara
yaunnr. Tha Ursa alia wbiok Wata M
day la vary aaonocaloaX .

is how reported living in Ireland

and saying he wui never act a
gam lie. was a 1944 Oscar win
ner. . ;
Those' paintings signed "Smylla
in a Berverly Hills : gallery are
the work of .Vanessa Brown, First
time she s; admitted that Smylla
is her real name..u those long
delays W'l'Porgy and Bess" de
struction of a big set by fire and
switch in directors has star
Sidney Poitiet iffinning:.'! thought
I signed for a movie but it's turn
ing out to' Jbe more like a long-
running hit play.; VJ t j
SUCCESS OP "The. Matchmat
erMmauy put a career smile on
Tony 'Perkins' 'face.,; The lad. in
troduced to Hollywood in a big
Paramount build-un. has given
series' ot'iKooa nertormances m
one movie flop after another.'He'll
really zoom w public, favor,, espe especially
cially especially with? teenagers I'm willing
to predict, i as Audrey Hepburn's
cpstaf in '"green Mansions.,"
Alaska' Shows 63
Population Boost
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Commerce Department reported
yesterday that Alaska showed a
hieeer nomuation gain on a per
centage basis man any 01 tne
states between, 1950 and July 1,
1957.
The ?terrlTOry;" soon no become
the : 9th stated marked' up a 64
perv-cent increases During the
tame- peribd, Nevada ranked sep sep-nd
nd sep-nd with a 83 ner cent boost, fol-
lpwed, by. Florida with 52 per cent
ana Arizona 4 per ceui.
Six states,, led by California,
rojked:',ujf. population gains of
more than' one, million. California
ha 3-293.000&;, Texas 1,464,000:
Florida' 1:438.0001 Michigan 1,334.-
oooruMew'-Xorg a,aiB,ww ana unw
1,260,000 11 r : 1
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largely netausef of outbound mi
gration: Tney were west virgima,
Mississippi and Arkansas.
The Census Bureau' saia:tne re re-nort
nort re-nort reflected continufne and
widespread redistribution of the
nooulation 'of the. United Spates."
lr snoweqr jvesiern estates growing
most rapialyr;apd -Northeastern
states owinjt most slowly.

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GENEVA. Oct 29 (UPIV-West-

ern diriomats assembled hers for
critical, atomic talks today,' in increasingly
creasingly increasingly pessimistic about pros
pects of agreement with the. jSov-
wis to iau. nuciear iesu
IThe United SUtes, Britain -and
Soviet Jtussia are scheduled to a-
pen a (conference here-Friday -on.
a possible east-west pact to, na
nuclear test explosions. V
it Ambassador James Waisworth,
head of the U.S. delegation, was
expected to arrive here this after'
noon from London where ; he "had
been Having preliminary talks with
the British government; Part, of
the British' delegation1 also was
arriving today
British delegation chief David
Ormsby-Gore, Minister of State Jn
the Foreign Office, was expect expected
ed expected to fly her tomorrow.'- f '; ';-It
It ';-It was Hot yet known when the
Soviets kWouJo; arrive. j
But tha eonferencewas assemb
ling fin an atmosphere ranging
from official "cautious optimism
to privately- frame pessimism.
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Division Of Korea
TOKYO, Oct. 29 (UPI)- Com-1
munist North Korea today accus
ed theUnited-Stateiof prolonging
the division of Korea by Keeping
its troops, in South Korea ?andcP:
pealed to ithe?''Uhlted Nations to
put pressure' upon Washington to
eyajeuaiajiiHiblieclJea,.
A statement issued by the Pyong
yang government Tuesday -was
carried today in the North Korean
central news agency and Red Chi Chinese
nese Chinese New China news agency-
broadcasts together with lengthy
reports on the ireturn ,to,Peiping
of the last of the Chinese commu
nist "volunteer" forces which ent
ered the Korean peninsula is 1950
during the early stage ot the Ko
reas-war. i-
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mand for withdrawal of "all for
eign troops", from. Korea made
Monday, the day after withdraw'
al of the last "volunteer" units..
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WASHINGTON (UPIJ Z toiHl
ernment omciai said today com-
paraavely few security. clea
ances have been withheld .-under
the industrial workers' program
now up for Supreme Court review.
v. The official 'estimated that
since ,1949 there nave been about
3500,00ft. clearances of civilians
working in aircraft tand ather-de
fense industries,
' In the oast five it. years, r he
said. 3,459 cases have come up
involving some sort -of : deroga derogatory
tory derogatory inf or matitth. About two thirds
of these persons were -cleared ui
Defense Department-review pro procedures.
cedures. procedures. Clearances 'wera 'denied
or revoked 4tf 1,006 as,
The official gave Vthe 'figures
after the high Qurt agreed Mon Monday,
day, Monday, to hear a test case brought
by a one-time Sl8,00Qra-year aero aeronautical
nautical aeronautical engineer, who lost his job
with a lUverdale,, Md.j firm after
we avy wiinarew nis" clearance.
inerr- giMer, -rjvmiam i-fi
Greene:, Md the court Jie had ta
take work as a, UMto-svxr
aransman. uis attorney refused
to disclose Greene's .whereabouts.
The charees were.' amonr oth
ers, that. Greene ia the pask,was
uuuiaiea wiin Vonunuillfis '03
with Communist "front or rani-
zaiions and that his former wife
had been an ardent Communist.
The' court will hear arguments
on the' case later this 'term .and
4k.. M 1 1'
uieu miB lui mai iruiing.
In a 15-minute session Mondav
the court also agreed to look into
the 1954 firinz of an Interior De
partment employe in the Pacific
who claimed the government
pinned "a badge of infamy" o
;nim.'. -vs.-
Then the nine justices recessed
nntil Nnv 10' th fliwnt them.
selves to- writing opinions. They
have been hearing cases the past
two weeks, 'j : :v,
JAPANESE COPTER CRASHES
SAPPORO,' Japan (UPI) A
chartered Japanese helicop
ter orashed in a mountainous
area of the northern island of
Hokkaido yesterday, killing 2 pas
sengera and seriously injuring the
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INTER-AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB ANNOUNCES
FLANS tOR TOUR IN PANAMA CIT NEXT MONTH
Plant for a club tour of prominent landmarks In Panama t!lty
were announced this week by the Inter-American Women's Club.
The cultural committee, sponsoring the event, has planned for
members to tonrene on Thursday, November 13, at 9:39 a.m. at
the Tivoli Guest House. From there, the group will continue on a
tour of the' Legislative Palace and the National Museum.
A member of the newly-formed National Museum Society will
be on hand to explain. the museum and the activities of the so-
ciety. .
Thost desiring to make the tour are requested to make reserv reservations
ations reservations bv calling the IAWC office, Panama 2-0517 or Balboa 3465.
That same day, the IAWC hospitality committee has planned
a luncheon to be served at the Panama Golf Club.

Yesterday's Luncheon
Honors Education Head
Mrs Otilia Tejeira, who heads
J. rw.nnl i( Af4llf t ifn 111 thp

National University, was guest of

honor at a iimeneon given yester yesterday
day yesterday by friends it the university
and members o the National Mu Mu-leum
leum Mu-leum Society.

The professor plans to leave this.

week for fans, where sne win re represent
present represent Panama at the UNESCO
conference. At the Paris meeting,
she will rfisoiay some of the un unusual
usual unusual Christmas cards which re recently
cently recently V-r" introduced to the pu public
blic public bvjihe museum society, which
wax hrf-m e d under UNESCO
sponsorship.
Mothers' Committee
Sponsor Bake Salt
The Mothers' Committee of the
Institute Albert Einstein is spons sponsoring,
oring, sponsoring, a bake sale tomorrow for
the benefit of the institute.
The event will be held at the
home ofc-Mrs. Genia Grobman,
Fiftieth Street, No. 8, from 9 a.m.
thorjgh the day.
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Balboa Union Church
Auxiliary Flint Dinner
TJi Women's Auxiliary of the
Bilbo Union Church has announc
ed Wans for a New England ham
tndi bean dinner, to be served

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from 5:30 to 7:30 the evening of
November -6.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. A. B Carroll. Balboa 2467,
o- Mrs. L. C. Hasemann, Balboa
2689.
Atlantic Side Newcomers
Havs Numerous Activities
The semi annual installation
luncheon of the Atlantic Side New Newcomers'
comers' Newcomers' Club was held at the Fort
Gulick Officers' Club with Mr, J.
Patrick Frazier; Mrs. Fulton Le Le-sovsky
sovsky Le-sovsky and Mrs. Arthur May serv serving
ing serving as hostesses. Colorful foliage
was used in the decorations. An
attractive floral arrangement was
the door prize won by Mrs. G.
Pulliam.
The outgoing President, Mrs.
Ben Duree, and the new president
Mrs. W. Reinheimer, had orchid
corsages, and Mrs. Duree also
was presented a tablecloth in ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of her service.
Mrs. Darwin E. Grier, a chart charter
er charter member 6f the club, was wel welcomed
comed welcomed as a guest at the luncheon
meeting.
Mrs. Reinheimer introduced the
board members who will serve
with her for the next six1 months.
They are Mrs. K. J. Berger. first
vice president; Mrs. L. A. Clark,
second vice president; Mrs. Van
F. Crischfield. secretary: Mrs.
Nancey Williams, treasurer; Mrs.
Ben Lindouist. nrogrnm chair chairman;
man; chairman; Mrs. Von W. Freeman,
membership chairman, Mrs. J.
Roane: hospitality chairman; Mxs.
Van Tyne, telephone chairman,

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and Mrs. Jean Nolte, 'publicity
chariman. ".r-'W'-fv
, A report was made H Alia', lun luncheon
cheon luncheon on the trip made by club
members to Portobelo for the Fes Festival
tival Festival of the Black Christ. Particip Participating
ating Participating in the trip, which was planr
ned by Mrs R. McClean, were
Mrs. James Roane, Mrs. R. '.
Pearson, M. Sgt. and Mrs, Robert
Wilcox, M. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold
Craig. Mr?. E, Daniel, ;!Japt. and
Mrs. Reinheimer. Mr. and Mrs.

L'ndquist. M. Sgt. and, Mrs. Don

Kloe. Mrs. McClean, Mrs. -tt-Moore,
Mrs. Van Crichfiedl, Mr's:
D. Eglinton. Mrs. Earl ..' Wescott,
Mrs. Frederick Simons Mrs. Ross
Winne and Sgt. Harold Hazel.-
'Attending the luncheon and.' re representing
presenting representing 25 of the United'States
were Mrs. Crichfield, Mrs.v Rein Reinheimer,
heimer, Reinheimer, Mrs. Berger. Mxs. JClark,
Mrs. Duree, Mrs. Lesovsky, Mrs.
R. A. McClean, Mrs. John L:
Borgstroni. Mrs. D.E: Keelean,
Mrs. Ronald E. Moore, Mrs. h. H.
Lehmann, Mrs. W. R. Whitsell,
Mrs. Marvin R. Broadbent. Mrs.
D. E'liriton, Mrs. Wr Gillespie,
Mrs. Lyle A. Roush, Mrs.-Eugene
Badger. Mrs. R. E. Pinkham, Mrs
Roger Daughertv, F. D. Ramirez,
Mrs. C. C. Chanhe. Mrs. M. Nilte,
Mrs. S. R. Chichester, Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore E. Brown, Mrs. Ennis E.
Daniel, Mrs. Grier, Mrs. Thomas
N. Gov Mrs. Harold I. Jones,
Mrs. Philip M. Judson, Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Mav. Mrs. Cecil HimpS, Mrs.
Frazier. Mrs. Alton Crowley, Mrs.
t esovskv. Mrs. Kenneth Bukowski
William Pollard Mrs: Pul-

luman. Mrs. DnnaH Kloe, Mrs.

Harold Craig. Mrs. Robert wncox.
Mr-. for"e Pnine. Mrs. Jesse
.T. Lant, Mrs. Freeman and Mrs.
Roane.

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Mrs. Pishales Honored
At Baby Shower Party
Mrs. Yola Cecil's de Pashales
was Ruest of honor at a ,babv
shower given by Mrs. Sofia P..
de Costarangos at her home. Ap Ap-propiate
propiate Ap-propiate gifts for the occasion
were presented to the honoree. t

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UNITED FUND VOLUNTEERS Members 'of the Port Clayton NCO Wives' Club are ainong the
volunteer workers lending a hand to the Canal Zone United Fund, Drive "Post -commander Col.
John D. Coney watches as they prepare "thank you" cards to be sent to xsontributors. Taking
part in the operation are Mrs. William Hull, Mrs: Charles Scarte, Mrs. p&iil Holllngswbrth,5 Mrs.
F'. M. Dorsett, Mrs. Erna Forkas, Mrs. Jacqueline Tlyim.'Mrs. -Grace .Trislflr,abtlieI0ore,
Mrs. Helmut Braurrstelner, Mrs. F. Browning and Mrs. C. M. Swansbri, ; (t73; Arthy Photo)

Nix On Nuptials,

Crooner Fronkie

Tells Audience

LONDON (UPI) Frank Sina

tra; publicly disclaimed reports of

romance wi'i Lady Beatty

last, ..nig n.t. when, he told a
laughing audience that included
Queen Elizabeth II 4nd the Duke
of Edinburgh: "I didn't come to

London to get married."

Sinatra made the statement

from the stage of the Odeon.The-

a.re in acting as master of cere

monies to introduce Danny. Kaye

and other film stars at a $73.50 a

seat charily premiere of Kaye's

new movie, Me and the Colonel."
His name has been linked per
sistently with that of Lady Keatty

American-born d vorced wife of

war nero tsari ueatty, ana sev

eral London newspapers have sug suggested
gested suggested they planned marriage.

Lady Beatty was not in the au

dience which contributed ?70,000

to the British Empire Campaign

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WHAT'S COOKIN'? Several of the members of the kitchen
committee "bone up1' on culinary technique in preparation for
the ham Tand baked bean supper which will be a part of the
Margarita Union Church -Christmas bazaar Saturday afternoon
and evening. The dinner will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Shown,
Irom left, are Mrs. Johri.lingwood, ohairman for the supper.

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If you promise to do something

for someone at a certain time,
make every effort to do it when

you said you would. The person
who says, "I'Jl do that tomorrow"
and then Warts a week soon has
a reputation for being undepend undepend-able
able undepend-able even though he finally gets
around to doing what he promised
to do.
If you make apromise do it on
time.

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AlrSamtsDdy
To Be Observed

At Christ Church

There will be- two celebrations
of the Holy," Eucharists at Christ
Church by .theiSeaf. Colon on AH
Saints Pay,jfSaturday, X
The first is Tscheduled forN 6 a.m

and the second; which will be sung

will be at 8 o'clock. v -t
Morning Prayer will be conduct conducted
ed conducted at 7 a.m., and Evening Prayer
at 5 p.m. and the day will close
with the office of Compline at
7:30 p.m.
Announcement has also been

made that the parish will be visit

ed on Sunday evening at 7:30 by
the Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, rector
of St. Paul's Church, Panama Ci City.
ty. City. Archdeacon Shirley returned
recently from Canterbury, En England,
gland, England, where he furthered his
theologipal education.

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delicious it" with sea
food. spaghetti, .meat,
eggs, salads ? every
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Add Maggi-Ketchup to
all xyour meals and
everybody will be delighted.

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"JNEWMAkKET, Eng. Oct J 29-

(UPIK-Londort Cry; four-year

old owned by Michael Sobell, with
Australian jockey Arthur Brtsley
in; the saddle, won the Cambridge

shire Stakes run over nine furlongs

nere today. i
The throughbred won by half

length from E. J. Parker's Falls

of; Shin ridden by Harry Carr,

while j Aggressor, .o.wned by Sir
Hrold Wernher and ridden by

jimmy unaiayy was third two

lenems turtner awav.

Betting was 22 to 1,25 to 1 and

4 to 1 favorite respectively in the

neid ot 33 starters.
London Cry carried 131 pounds,
the first time since the inception
ofi the Cambridgeshire Stakes tin
1839 that 'such a heavy weight has

Deen cameo; ';?&.), v'W
The unexpected victory of Lon London
don London Cry saved English bookmak

ers from their biggest beating of
the facing season. t

The race was the second leg Of

the blgfail betting double, the first

being the Cesarewitch Stakes,
which was run over this course

two iweeks ago. "It wis won by the

favorite Morcambe, which ; had
been, coupled with Aggressor, the

4 to l favorite an today i event..

If Aeeressor had won. instead

of placing third, the bookies

would have suffered -very heayy

losses, but ihistory gain repeated

usen lonpy wiin an umanciea en

try giying the bookies, a lucrative

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Grows And Grows
With More Spending

WASHINGTON (UPI) The na

tional debt, spurred, by bigger
spending. and a decline in Income.

has climbed to itt highest point
in ,the nation's, nigtorypjlt was dis disclosed
closed disclosed today. 5413-

, The treasurjPi .JMlly financial
statement showed that. the total
gross public debt,: including cer

tain non-treasury securities ins

government guarantees, touched
the all-time high of $280,151,429,-

657.13 on ,Odt..'23,x
The previous .high ; of $280,821, $280,821,-613,238.96.
613,238.96. $280,821,-613,238.96. was set on Dec. 31.

1955.
Based on the' present popula population
tion population of 175 million the new record

represents J a per, capita debt f

$1,604 87 lor eveiy. man, woman
and child, in the nation. However,
this figure was ot 'iecotd.
In fiscal 1946, 'i before 'the post postwar
war postwar upsurge in the population,
the per capita debt -was $1,905.12.
At the time, the v total debt was
$269,422,099,173'. -ihe 1946 fiscal
yenr trovertd-the4 end of World
War JI and the t Imme'diate post
war period. ,
4 The latest debt rise reflected
recent' treasury' borrowing to li li-nance
nance li-nance the Tecord peacetime def deficit
icit deficit budget ef 12 billion dollars
anticipated in the current fiscal
year. The deficit stemmed from
a recession-induced tax receipt
slump plus t rise in federal

.pending.

The national debt was expected
to teach new highrnext month
when the treasury "plans to bor4
row more funds, probably about
three, billion doUars
Congress earlier1 this year rais raised
ed raised the permanent national debt
ceiling from 275 billion t 283 bil billion
lion billion and pegged the limit tempo temporary
rary temporary ,t 288' WlKencantitsneirt

June 30. Both were-, peace am e

highs.
President Eisenhower demanded
the increases in order to give the
treasury more financial flexitt'4-
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Canadian Hefd For

Murder Of 2 Girls
In Mexico City

MEXICO CITY, Oct. 29 (UPI)-

Pouce said today they had arrest arrested
ed arrested a Canadian on charges of murd murdering
ering murdering two American- girls, Har Harriet
riet Harriet Anne Shiding and Anita Car-
fTfi
v The Canadian was Identified as
Richard J. Thornton and police
said he was believed to be wanted
by both i American.end Canadian
police. He was arrested by securi security
ty security agents in front of hotel del Pra Pra-do;
do; Pra-do; armed with a gua

Police said Miss Shiding' was

found dying on the highway near
Puebla almost naked and savage savagely
ly savagely beaten. She recognized her
murderer from pictures, shown to
her by police before her death.
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club returned, or if. Mi.k i.

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to et out for down one.
The record of the hand shows
that top score went to a player
who bid end made exactly, four
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trick rather than risk, going

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be exacUy the'' way they were.
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several- f the Norths -would have
played three or four ci"h- and
made the contract' ie that kny
minus would, all out to mke tv.r
contract and not worried about
how many fcey might go. down.

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Republic of Korea would receive
210 million dollars, in defense sup support
port support raid fromthe United Statel
during the! jfiscal year ending next
June.. Shin .told a press ; confer
ence the Korean government
learned of the amount through the
Korean Embassy i in Washington
and that official notification from
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Amador Hospital October 10. iu-s
Mtrtl rnriDrenti are Mrs.
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modern jaw and' acrobatic, dances
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Those who will participate in in-elude
elude in-elude Patty Best, ;Sharonr Smith,
Honey Bailey, Joa Amm.lT J ti,
Marsha. Sutherland. JT 0 J 7 n
Mounts, Judy Chaves, Susan Trim
Elisabeth Pennel, VirjiAPerra,
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Farewell eomplimenti J a
ben exiendedf to Mrs; nia nia-sa
sa nia-sa P. de Zerr nd her sister, Miss
VUma Anais Nichilson, who are
returning to their home in Mede Mede-Uin,
Uin, Mede-Uin, ColonWa, sfter a brief Vaca Vacation
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Mrs., .Moo Iirtains
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Mrs; Eugenia Alvarez de Mosco Mosco-so,
so, Mosco-so, iwhose husband is with the E-
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woiian who had befe despondent
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despondent since fin operation for
removal W a Treast tumor ast
u a i shp hid torn
him several time, "I thifflc J il
end it ail and k fi"y n..
me."
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dismantled the gunhichkdled
the two -Victims and hidden tne
parts in the bous in hope his
tf- nt fiiiil them: But she
apparently found them and put the
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fit FAN AMI AMERICAN AN TSDEFEKDINT DATIf KEWSPAPtl
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Russian Author In Communist Doghouse
Rejects Nobel Prize ForjMeraiw
i STOCKHOLM, Oct. 29 (UPI)-Soviet author Boris Pasternak ha rejected the Nobel prizA forJiteratur. a ;
-.P4kntlv und(,r .xtreme pressure from Communist autho rities, informed souros i;sportsd today. J
parsntlyunder txeme pre outspoken author of Dr.;.Zhivago" had ritracted ths

ious acceptance which he telegraphed to th.'Swedis h academy last week. v,,. ,?

previous

The academy, which awarded
him the first Nobel literature
prize ever given a Soviet citizen,
was expected to receive a renun renun-ciatioirol
ciatioirol renun-ciatioirol the award in his name
shortly'.
Pasternak and his book had
tome under withering fire from
Hie Communist Party literary
organs after the award was an announced.
nounced. announced. Yesterday the nonconform nonconformist
ist nonconformist writer -as ousted from the
Soviet Writers Union in a
move that might indicate exile
from the Moscow writers colo colony
ny colony and withdrawal of all his
frivilejes.
nrTiTM nt.hM- Russians were sel

ected yesterday to receive the

Nobel prize lor pnysics.

Two of the nominees were
holding a press conference in
Moscow later today, presumably
to announce whether they would
accept or not. The third Was out
of Moscow.
The three Soviet scientists put
Russian critics of ?the Nobel
Foundation in a somewhat awk awkward
ward awkward position.
Named by the Swedish Acad Academy
emy Academy of Science to share the $41, $41,-250
250 $41,-250 physics award were Dr. Pa Pavel
vel Pavel Alexevic Cherenkov, Prof II II-ya
ya II-ya Michailovlo Frank and Igor
Eupenevic Tamm.
They were honored for their
discovery and development of
the 'Cherenkov effect' which
is believed to have been put
into practical use in Sputnik

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III. One aspect of the research

was driving electrons at a velo velocity
city velocity greater than the speed of
light.
The academy also awarded the
Nobel Prize for chemistry to D.
Frederich Sanger, 40, of Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge University for his work on
proteins, especially insulin.
It said the British biochemist
might have found the due to
the spark of life which is trans transmitted
mitted transmitted in proteins.
News of the physics award was
reported almost immediatelv by
the official Soviet Tass news
Agency both at home and
abroad.
This was In sharp contrast to
the wav it handled the Paster

nak award the first Russians

knew of it wag taen the Liter
arv Gazette oubllshed a scath

ing attack on him several days

later.
In making the physics award,
the academy said the work
done by the three Russians
had paved the way for the re recent
cent recent discovery of the anti anti-proton
proton anti-proton at the University of Ca California
lifornia California and facilitated Stan

ford University studies of nu nuclear
clear nuclear structure by electronic
diffraction. It is also the basis

for new methods of studying,
eosmie rays.
The three Russians 'are little

known outside nf their' own

country and even there informa

tion was scanty.

Sanger said today nefwouia

us nart nf his 441.250 Prize

money to buy his wife a wash

ing maenme and a television
Set. ?f-r
He also will use the money to
put his two sons through school.

Otherwise, he indicated, xne
international honor would make
little difference in his life.
The, chemist said he was con continuing
tinuing continuing his work on the struc

ture of proteins, but "It is not

going too well at tfte moment
We've rim into lots of snaes."

"The thing we are trying to do

now is to apply tne same mem
nd (of studvincr nroteins nartl

cularly insulin) in a larger scale

to bigger proteins ana more

ficuit problems.
"The whole subject .is
on that needs a lot of

search," he said. "We are
fnmhllnr in the darkness.'

AakmA -whether his discoveries

would make it possible to syn synthesize
thesize synthesize insulin, he' said, "Perhaps
in the future

cAAtr nKi;n. 'mnA rankrii merrvrhakinr cameV.week early at the Fort' Kobbs Of-

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7

Dulles Flays 'Promiscuous

By Chinese Communists On Quemoy

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Sta e John Foster Dulles
said yesterday the Chinese com communists
munists communists were interested only in
the "promiscuous killing ot civil civilians
ians civilians in their lternate-day shell

ing of Quemoy ana Maisu.

hniiat aicr, mlil his news con

ference that Russia may be try trying
ing trying to sabotage efforts to -nego

tiate i nuclear weapons its pn
because it is behind the United
SU.ei in development of modern

nuclear weapons. , v ...

He added tnt tnn country win
make plans to resume tdmic
tests if Russi continues its pres pres-mi
mi pres-mi t.t ri hvnd the Oct. 31

deadlinev1roposed by the United

States and Britain, mis country
now is conducing Jests in Nvda

but olanS ttf'conaiuo mem Be

fore Oct. 31. 1

The secretary denouncea w
avowed Red Chinese promise ce
choii tii Ntinnalist-held offshore

islands only on aiterttate dys as
outlandish and uncivlized. He ?d
the Reds apdarefttly were trying
to save face sKer intensive

Everybody V
can afford ths

they are running second to the
United Sta.es in the nuclear arms
race.
The secretary said Russia's lat latest
est latest stand indicates there is little
nrosnert nf workinp nut in agree

ment at iaiKs scneauiea to Degin
Friday in Geneva on a weapons
test ban.
Dulles opened his news confer conference
ence conference with a prepared statement

blasting Soviet "insincerity" on

the test issue.

"For years the soviet Union
has been carrying on an inten intensive
sive intensive propaganda designed to per-
snaris the wnrlri that it wac in

this matter motivated by high

Humanitarian puses, lie aiu.

inow tne aoviet government
has been brought from the realm,
nf wnrrU tn tK rilm t riaarU

by the United States-United King-!

aum oner to suspena mo lesimg
f -X

oi nuciear weapons lor ai lent
one year, beginning Oct. 31.

Ha haliair hnth Chlnaea anrl

Russian Communism will collapse

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drummer while ths "regu "regular"
lar" "regular" of h Cotton Pickers
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bombardment failed to cut off in a matter of decades because

supplies to thi lsianas.

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shocking aspect of ft is the com com-pie
pie com-pie e demonstrti6tt that t i s
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marily primarily the civilians who are the
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Kai-shek's renunciation of force

to oust ine neds irom tne mam-

land was a compiteiy new pol policy.
icy. policy. He said it should be highly
significant in long-range Far East
developments.

He and Chiang cached no
agreement for reduction of Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist forces on the offshore is islands.
lands. islands. '

R ed Ctina's withdrawal of

. t.. u- miA k AiA nnt hr Irftnno frnm Nnrth XCrxrp na

think it was likely that the Reds l'ttle significance since they still

UllUK a wf --r
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forts to a po.ni UKeiy to pruvuo
general war.
um aid the on-aaain, off again

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evidence oi wnat ne
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which one his to expe ctrfom the

Reds. ....

Dulles also said tne soviet re

fusal to hilt nuclear weapon'

'est i for ene year wmie ami'
mats try to work out a test bs

may be aa indication mey run

ir In manthuria nd could

"uickly return to their previous

nsitions. ne sua unitea nations
.orces in South Korea ill re remain
main remain until the country is reuni reunified
fied reunified under free elec'ioiis.
The U.S. offer to contribute
to a regional Middle East devel development
opment development program which President
Eisenhower proposed at the Unit Unit-d
d Unit-d Nations still stands. He said
'ich a pln Conceivably could as as-st
st as-st the United Arab Republic in
iu!lding an Aswan high dam.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 29, list
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Michigan Athletes Charged
With Gambling Ring Tie-Up

WOMEN'S WORLD OF BOWLEG
Pacific Woman's
(Cefft and Donut) Laaoue
Matches postponed, because the
ladies took the morning to make a
courtesy call on the USS Boxer.
DIABLO BUSINESS
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
Taami
Budesheim
Won
Contractors 24
Lest
4
Shoppers
Balboa' Beerettes
Buyers
Glidden Paint
Mountain Dew
Leading averages:
n n
15Vb 12V
11 13
10V4 17 V4
8 20
Maree Rob-
erts
148
154, Vi Rudy 152, Lil Gunn
Rudesheim 3 Buyars 1
With Gwenn Sack firing 177 and
Muriel MitchuSson 180, the Rude-
rtnrpttes earned a-
way the first game quite easily.
t tho QprnnH eame, the Rude-
hv 95 sticks but
yet came out on top by 12 pins.
The last game was definitely de decided
cided decided by the ; difference in the
handicap, of one pin.
iwh tpams rolled 700. but in
Mi hanHiran line the Buyers had
a credit slip of 173, and Rude Rude-sheims
sheims Rude-sheims 172, and the totals were
873 to 872. Muriel Mitchusson put
together a 504 scratch and 567
handicaps set. Other Rudesheims
in the 500 hdcp class were, Gwenn
Sack 555, Vi Russel 517 and Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Graham 509. For the Buyers
Pottv Tnleman would have had a
Wo nlvht. exceot for a dismal
came, her 478 scratch and 559 hd
tin was the best the Buyers
Tipttv Coleman would have had a
hi nieht. except for a dismal
her 478 scratch and 559 hd
m wan the best the Buyers
bought. Wanda Riley's 532 hdcp
was second bestj
Shoppers 4 Mourrta'n Daw 0
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puted possession of last place,
when the Shoppers scuttled their
chances of winning. The Shoppers
sizzled, skinnipg the Mountain Dew
rirnDs bv 243 Pins. Vi Rudy of the

Shoppers gotbetter as the night
went on, starting out wun io
and 192 for a 525 scratch, and 579
handicaps. Next in line for the
Shnnnern was He en Uiua wun s
472 scratch, and 550 nancucaps.
Marge Robert got into the act
with a 465 scratch and 51 ahdni ahdni-cap.
cap. ahdni-cap. CJta Michaels showing Vast
improvejnehf'ialsb hc charm .cir
cle wth'-'504-4idcps Fran Dund of
the Mountain Dews was tne eniy
1 to break 500 for her team
with a 554 hdcp.
Glidden Paints 2Vi
Balboa Baar IVi
The Glidden and Balboa Beer
ettes put on the closest Datue oi
the evening. The multicolor uua uua-den
den uua-den Painted Pinstresses, pulled in
the first game by ten sticks. Kose
Lastinger's 170 came in mighty
handy in this opener. The second
game was even closer, but again
the Gliddens gladdened their heart
by winning by eight pins.
The Balboa Beereues m a a e
their bid in the nintca'p and o0k
it by 18 pins, which meant, that
they tied' for. total oins, and each
team sliced' the point in' half.
Rose Lastineer of Glidden Paint
brushed on the best scratch ana
"indirao eres with 434 and
For the Balboa Beerettes. Seiio Seiio-ras
ras Seiio-ras M. Smith, and S. Nasiatka
tallied 516 and 541 handicap brae
kets.
TCU UCLA SIGN
rns ANfiFLES fUPI UCLA
TVxas Christian will meet In
fnrithall during the 1961 season
The Bruins signed Monday to play
TCU here on Nov. 10, 1961, com completing
pleting completing their schedule for that
cpa son Other 1961 onoonents m-
oifcrtp Miohiaan. Oh'o State. Van
dprhilt. Pittshuteh. Stanford. Cali
fornia,' 'Washington and South
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Twu (UPI)-Twu top University of Michigan

athletes and five other students
M be arraigned today as mem
bers of a football card gambling
ig.
The two athletes involved are
first string fullback Tony Rio and
basketball captain Jack Lewis,
both seniors from Chicago.
Police said Rio and Lewis have
been involved in the football card
ring for at least two years. They
are roommates at the university.
Others named in warrants sign signed
ed signed this afternoon were Mike
Dodgson of "Grand Rapids; Nick
Mitea, of Ecorse, and John Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Durwood Collins and Carl
Riseman, all of Detroit.
The specific Charge against the
seven was engaging in an wegai
occupation which carries a max
imum penalty of 90 days in jail.
The accused will appear before
Municipal Judge Francis O'Brien
for arraignment Wednesday.
Police have been investigating
the betting card ring for several
weeks and staged a, raid during
the oast weekend which resulted
in three arrests.
The names of those arrested
were withheld until yesterday' so
police could round up other sus-
Dects. '
Police said there was evidence
that three seDarate rings were
operating on the campus, netting
more than Jioo.oou a weeK ironi
the sale of football pool tickets.
Duncan, White
Sparking Iowa,
Ohio State li s
NEW YORK (UPI) All-America
candidates Randy Duncan and
Bob White' are the big reasons
that Iowa and Ohio State are bat battling
tling battling it out fof Big Ten and na national
tional national honors.
The National Collegiate Athletic
Bureau's latest figures, released
yesterday.' ifeVea th?t' the Iowa
"hawkeye" .and. the Ohio State
linebucker are two of; the, hottest
backs in the nation.
Duncan, who completed 14 of 18
passes in last Saturday's victory
nver Northwestern, has moved
from seventh to second place
among the country's major col college
lege college passers while White, who
rained 153 yards against Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin last Saturday t. has jumped
from 76th to sixth in rushing.
Duncan, a six-foot, 180 pounder
from Ds Moines, Iowa., has com completed
pleted completed 54 of 89 basses' for a ,607
'prcntaf,e-and 678 yards in five
games. He is closing; Jn fast on
"-nrit runner Lee Grosscup of
i Utah firnsscuo. who has com
pleted IS oasses in the last two
eames, leads because his 55 com com-nletions
nletions com-nletions in 94 attempts have
gained 692 yards. Grosscup has
thrown only one touchdown pass
compared to Duncan's six and his
percentage also is lower, .585.
White, a 6-2, 212 pounder from
Covington, Ky.. who is the work work-hnrsp
hnrsp work-hnrsp nf the OHo State attar''
Has pained 450' yards in 122
rushes. The national leader is
nick Bass of College of Pacific,
who was held to only 28 yards
last Saturday, but has picked up
C47 varHs in 79 tries.
Bill Holsclaw of Virginia re regained
gained regained the total offense lead with
806 vards in 149 plays. He is fol followed
lowed followed by Bill Austin of Rutgers,
who has pained 777 yards ill 134
nlays and Charley Miis'eaa oi
Texas A and M, wno nas pic&eu up
773 yards In 148 plays.
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STANDINGS
, Isthmian.
Teams r Wl
Athletic Club ' 2 1
Cristobal Highv ,11
Junior' College 1 1
Balboa High I 2
Intarsholestle .-Cristobal
Cristobal .-Cristobal High , 1 v 1 0
Balboa High ; 1 1
Junior College ; .... 0 1

By TREVOR SIMONS
1
Tomorrow night ait o'clock the
second round of Canal Zone foot
ball will begin. The Tigers meet
the A.C.;Rams at' MountHope
btadium end, for tne borne team.
there is a 'dual purpose in this
meeting.!".
First, Cristobal would like noth
ing better than to avenge the de
feat they suffered on Oct. 16 at
the hands of the. Athletics Clubs.
After three scoreless quarters,
Cristobal broke, ouf in, front with
the first'seore of the game, 'only
to have the advantage quickly
erased when A.C.'s Carl Tuttle,
minutes later, ran back the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal kick-off some 80 yards to tie
the score and set the stage for
the second Ram touchdown and
the win.
The second and most important
object is that a win for the Tigers
would put the underdog Cristobal
gndders on the top of the list.
Isthmianwise as well as in the In-
tersholastic race which they now
lead by a narrow margin.
The Tigers have come up with
a few minor ailments after last
Friday's mudfest at Mount Hope
Stadium. Slight colds and a couple
of superficial leg injuries have
been the main complaints, but,
they have cut down somewhat on
Cristobal s practice sessions in
preparation for the Athletic Club
game tomorrow night. Coaches In Ingram
gram Ingram and Moser have been doubl doubling
ing doubling their efforts with the rest of
the team in order that they might
have ample replacement power
when the the Rams come to Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Among the eight leading yard
gainers on the Canal Zone today
three are from the Athletic Club
and it is that big three that will
again be trying to make it two in
a row over the Tigers. Tutle,
Jack Corrigan and Bob Morris
are the mighty three in the back back-field;
field; back-field; but the real power of the
A.C. is in their line where many
former All-Canal Zone players are
waiting for another, crack at the
Tigers.
Outstanding among the Ram's
linesmen this year has been Loii
Taber, Tony Dyer, Bob Fearon
and Jim Fulton, a quartet that
can hit as hard as any. Their stay staying
ing staying ability for a full game has
been questioned, but the Tigers
will recall only too well that this
grid squad, alleged to be in poor
condition, scored the winning
blows against them in the fourth
quarter when they are supposed
to be running out of steam.
Cristobal High has shown im im-nrnvement
nrnvement im-nrnvement with each game and
narticularlv impressive in
their defensive game against Bal
boa last Friday. Their lipe too
has punch and there is chance too
that they are developing some
depth among the newcomers of
1958.
Jim McGloin did a fine defen defensive
sive defensive iob on the Tiger line against
Balboa and Brian Lutz is a sure
bet to become the first Cristobal
freshman ever to win a football
letter.
The reliable stand-bys will still
be there. Russ Favorite, Don
Bruce, Irl Sanders, John Peterson
nri Walter Woodruff. But they
can look for a little more help
from a few of the others that are
now just coming into jtheir own.
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1 Editor: CONRADO-'SARGEANT

PIN POINTS No. 5
Use Comfortable Grip

. Fifth f an Instructional serial
1 writtan for N EA Service : anif ;
The Panama America n fcy'
champions. tf 1 i
By PAT PATTERSON
Budwaiier Team Captain
THE three most common grips
are the conventional, the semi-tin-gertip
and the full-fingertip.
For the novice and once-a
week bowlers, the .conventional
grip is recommended. The fingers
are placed in the holes fully up
to the second joint. This gives
you a natural, balanced feeling
in the ball and serves as a fine
introductory grip.
In a semi-fingertip, the fingers
go up to between the first and
second joints and in. the lull-fin-gertip,
only the fingertips go into
the ho es.
These two types are favored by
most of the top name .bowlers be because
cause because they impart more spin.
Tney are used only after many
years of constant practice and ex-
perimenuug, require veijr. suuug
fingers to execute, and are ex extremely
tremely extremely difficulc to control.
So, sta
grip until
ay wun tne conventional
;il you have fully master-
ed the fundamentals and can ex experiment
periment experiment with fingertip grips and
other variations.
Select the grip most comforta comfortable
ble comfortable for you.
NEXT: Dal I varies. '.
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Plummer, Ottis
Training Hard
For 15-RdilntJer
Lightweight champion Fede Fede-rico
rico Fede-rico Plummer and leading con contender
tender contender Horacio Ottis are busy
training; at the Maranon and
National Gyms respectively,'
for a 15-round championship
bout at the National Gym
Sunday night. f
Plummer, once a great? draw drawing
ing drawing card in the days when he
ruled the featherweight class,
wrested the crown from Ottis
several months ago by a kayo
in a scheduled 10 round
match.
Since Federico fought with within
in within the 135-Iimit, his kayo win
automatically gave him the
championship. Up to that time
Ottis had been king by virtue
of his stopping Enrique Perea
In a title fight.
Plummer, who at six feet tall
towers above the stocky Ottis,
has predicted he'll win by an another
other another knockout Sunday night.
Ottis, who was ahead on the
judges' scorecards up to the
time he was stopped by Plum Plummer,
mer, Plummer, feels that more careful
fighting should ensure him
turning the tables this time,
and enable him to regain his
crown.
Three other bouts will round
out the independence holiday
weekend program.
1 1
Fan Who Slugged
Bears' Coach
Back In Court
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Wil
Ham G. Dunn. 34. returned to
court today to unravel a legal
tangle which developed when he
anneared to plead innocent to
charges of taking a poke at the
coach of the Chicago Bears:
Dunn, of Palo Alto. Calif., ap
peared before Municipal Judge
Edward F. O'Day Monday and
identified himself as attorney
"Jack S a w a t a y, representing
Duna. si
O'Day. the bailiff, 111 the press
assumed the man upV whom he
said.
But the arresting off'cer, Pa
trolman William Porter, later re
membered him and O'Day imme imme-iatclv
iatclv imme-iatclv issued a bench warrant for
Dunn's arrest. "y;
Dunn returned to court later
and apologized, saying he was
confused and gave the wrong
name durin? his brief court ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. O'Dav suspended the
warrant, bv' ordered Dunn back
to court today. U

Dunn was iailed Sunday after
he ran onto the field during fl
game between the Bears and thf
San Francisco Forty Niners,-and
slugged Coach George Halas on
hi shoulder. Halas Monday said'
he would not press charges. 5,
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PICK ONEi-Start. with- con-i
rentional crip. top. The seml-
knrer tip. middle, and full
Inger Up, bottom, are used
inly after yean of practice.!
Newcomber Brothers
Indicted Jn il.Y.
For Alleged Assault
W if
NEWARK, N. J. (UPI) An
Essex County grand jury indicted
major, 'league pitcher DonfNWi
combe- and his; two brothers-
a former policeman, and threat
tormer policeman, and
ening him with a revolver during
a tracas at their Newark tavern.
The former Dodger hurler, now
wun tne Cincinnati Kedlegs, and
his brothers Harold and Norman,
were scheduled to plead to the
indictments Nov. 10. The charges
stem from an alleged attack on
Ulysses Ross of East Orange, a
former policeman there.
' Don :and Norman were indicted
on charges of atrocious assault
and battery. Harold "was charged
with possessing a. revolver T with
the intent to use' it unlawfully :
The alleged fracas took place
in a tavern owned by tne wew-
combes here, on Dec. 22, 1957.
Don and Norman beat Ross
about the face and body and
ejected him from the tavern, the
indictment alleges.
It further alleges that Harold
threatened Ross with a revolver
once the ex-officer was outside
the establishment.
Charles To Continue
Boxing Despite KO
Defeat By Texan
DALAS, Tex. (UPI) For Former
mer Former heavyweight champion Ez Ez-zard
zard Ez-zard Charles said today he knows
of no reason to quit boxing be'
cause ,of his sixth round knockout
Monday night at the hands of na nationally
tionally nationally unranked Texas light light-heavyweight
heavyweight light-heavyweight champion Donnie
Fleeman of Midlothian, Tex.
Charles was battered about the
ring atmost from the beginning of
the fight, dropped twice in the
fifth round and took the full
count at 2:24 seconds of the sixth
ound.
"These losses," Charles said in
his dressing room, "are just a
series of circumstances."
Leslie 0' Connor
Given Shaky P.CL
Vote Of Confidence
SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) Les Leslie
lie Leslie O'Connor has been given a
$bmev'tet;?hHlwyoteioonfi'
dence as; prede'nt" :pi Oie;AAA
'Kc.lfi"Coa Leaguen'f
Thes eight. direct'rMhe
league;,'t)resente( a nriited vfront
by stating ; following anv all-day
neeting Mondaythat they:;"unan they:;"unan-Imously
Imously they:;"unan-Imously reaffirmed" the retention
of iOConnor for the thirdyearof
hli ihee;year., contract. ; ih? ;
i; But O'Connor has been asked to
lave the meetihg and,,, was galled
back to break fOHr-fdvirv dead deadlock
lock deadlock between those directors who
wished to jfir ihifn; lmmedlately,
and those" wh6 'preferred that he
remain 'next. year. .w;
..O'Comioryhjidthe option of. re resigning
signing resigning tinder "pressure from the
faction that did not want him, or
stay in the Job.

Winning

square
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By HARRY
GRAYSON
. NEW YORK (NEA) CoUege
football has come ull cycle at
Harvard, where, It hat been play
d for 85 yearsv ? :
John Ybvlcsin na'.hii staff are
Recruiting within the student "bo-
liv Tht' fhs ii. ... J...
! Harvard hasn't had a football
team demanding national respect.
i Biune recogmnon, ; in years.
1 Crimson football became atirict
ly a local story; largely confined
to The Yard,' if, itfdeed; there was
mucn interest among the 1 unaer-
graauates."'''!'- vW?.';vf
"Harvard 3ust Save" ub.tt wan
said. If was even guggfisfed that
Cambridge, abandon the game m
mer man piayrii so nau-neariea
lyi ''.'' .''' '-c-;.
So, it is refreshing to see this
season's Cantabs playing an ima
einative eamd directed bv t 1
brash five-foot-nine, 160-pound so sophomore
phomore sophomore quarterback' tx o in
Charleston," S. C, via Exeter,
Charley Ravenel. ( r
Harvard retained eight 1957
starters and nine from the second
'unit, but it is a remarkable band
of sophomores that give-: the
.Crimson speed and' depth for
which Cambridge was hardly, not noted
ed noted in the recent past. Another lift
is that Coach Yovicsin and his
assistants "notf tknoyt ; the', 'person 'personnel
nel 'personnel and the players the blanced
T, introduced last fall after 11
years of singly wiflgf. i:
. after Harvard whacked
Colombiajlf -Bakee Fieldn -New;
York, Buff Donelli explained that
the Lion was anything .but. am ambushed.
bushed. ambushed. Coach .Oonellf came to
Morningside 4 Heights, from Boston
University, ; which; scrimmaged
Harvard every spVing;
"I had an extra good line on
the Harvard material," said Do Donelli.
nelli. Donelli. "I realizcil that we were to
have no picnic with backs like
Chet Boulris and linemen oh the
order of Bob Shaiinessy, Harvard
has always attracted grfod boys.
The trouble has been that too ma many
ny many of them hive given ufl football
after arriving tBere.'.?''
"That's true," says' the hand handsome
some handsome Yovicsin, 'who v brought
on fi omL" Gettysburg College in
March of last year. A lot of Old
Crimsons considered Yovicsin, who
drilled Pennsylvania and5 New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey high school, teams b ei or e
spendmg jme years at ueuysourg.
the' last fiv sead man,
strahge choice; They -also
were
of the opinion that he was
tack-
Hng a- hopeless task: 4 r,
YOV.tSIN KNEW. HARVARD
was attracting star preparatory
school players quite naturally and
through its far-flung and highly
influential alumni.
"The trouble was," he explains,
"that when boys taking pre-med,
pre-law and o.her.; tough courses
f0und keeping: up their,-gra d e s
tough, they were told by advisers
to make the obvious choice books
pyer blocks :
"the Muaiiofc-nasB't changed it
Harvard since I came1. No mem member
ber member of the coaching staff taay re recruit
cruit recruit on the outside. So we decid decided
ed decided to work on the boys in school.
Last spring we talked to 115 and
64 came out for football."
Yovicsin appears to have lick licked
ed licked the problem that stymied pre previous
vious previous Harvard coaches, for when
some known accomplished players
are not coming out for1 football,
the spirit of those competing is
not too high.

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The sixth bout the ur4
should b a bumdihoer. Two
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In tho Ill-pound elMsloii will .-'.,
elash In this nev V.-y0f- i
Tho fights aro schoduted ot U,
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Young Held
To Surprising Drav

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By: Otis Woodard
NEW YORK (UPI) VnAif '-u
Young, former middleweight cottar cottar-tender,
tender, cottar-tender, said today' he' would giv

his; comeback "a- couple more1

whirls" although held' 'to a sur.?
prise.dfkwf in, hisBrst return ftotf

uy supsuiuvo ius woouara.
Thirty-year-old Paddy who ene
fought Bobo Olson for the Amerl1
can title, tossed leather for th1

first time In nearly three yeara"

Monday night at St.' Nicholai?
Arena; and ho tied m the lata?
going against Ma fellow New
Yorker. ; ''v'"- -:
"I thought t wbil,P bpt Tl
mit I got tired," said Irish Paddy;
who weighed 165 1-4 pounds-and
'appeared; fat In the- mid-'sectioa.'"

woodara, Z4.,anaa staoiemate pa.v
rtidaieweight champion ay Rob""

inson, acaieo Jtoora, r- .. V"
Tbungi favoFed afl-15 eoncenn -V

tack that twice' jacKknifed Otiro

and forced mm "to complain or ww :r:
V,lh,. mi turn nthir npiiiinni...

rWbodaWot' fet wWK

teft'jabs' and seommnanons

Judge Mike Dawlowitcb f av-
ed Woodard. eieht rounds to two. I

But Judge Joe Agnello had
Young ahead, 6-4. Referee Petey
Delia had it 4-4-2 on rounds, and
gave each four points for a draw.
The United Press International
also scored 4-4-2 and four points
each.
7Y0VICSIM STARRED. AS A Get-

tysburg end, but ;actmits learning r
most of his football while playing I
part of one season with the Phil- J
adelphia Eagles 5 under the old J
master, Greasy Neale. That gaye
him the professional touch. t
John Yovicsin was reported lost J
when he unexpectedly changed his J
itinerary in driving from Gettys-
burg to Cambridge during the ?
negotiations which made him Har f
yard's 22nd head football coach.
With a flock of formidable so-
phorhores and a corking fresh- J
man class. John Yovicsin now i

knows precisely where he is. J

EVHRY
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IKE PANAMA MERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPIPEB
PAGE KIM
Alabama's Gary O'Steen
Named SIC Back Of Week-
enter? jffiff$
nd. Catches

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Perfect Record LSU,

Meets, Mississippi In

; Saturday's Big Game

r iy DAVID M. MOMIT
ATLANTA (UPI) They'll be
packing- the fans 4n like tardines
& 65,000-plus Capacity Tiger Sta Stadium
dium Stadium at Baton Rouge.: Lt.; Satur Satur-day
day Satur-day night when the only two-im-
' beaten, untied teams in the top
10 pu those perfect records on
4ine in wha shapes; up te' one of
" th most important games pf the
season. ; "y
, It will, be' Louisiana1 State 0)
at home against Mississippi (6-.
The stakes include a probable
Southeastern Conference" r cham championship,
pionship, championship, a not too Improbable na national
tional national title, an continuation1 as
ne of the very tew," if not the
only unbeaten, untied major team.
, Louisiana State has made fb
-more impressive showing.-The' Ti Tigers
gers Tigers opened with 26 win over
southwestern power Rice: beat
Alabama 13-3 for the widest mar margin
gin margin scored against that team; beat
nil; regarded Hardin-Simmons
20-8; overpowered Miami end Ken-,
tueky 41-8 and 324, respectively
;then, this past weekend, edged
Florida 107. in a rugged, defensive
battle. 1 "" '".tfi''Mii&r '".tfi''Mii&r-Mlstisslppl
Mlstisslppl '".tfi''Mii&r-Mlstisslppl Ready v
Mississippi his- been content,
for the most part, .with easier
pickings.' The Rebels 'equaled Lou Louisiana
isiana Louisiana State's -showing against two
common foes, beating Kentucky
27-8- and Hsrdin-Simmons 24-0.
They topped Memphis State 17-8.
Trini l.ft nif Tulan. 19-1. Their
last outing, like-LStTs, was their
hardest, soueering past wipiess
Arkansas J4-12.
Playing a liffji" ecnedijle, Mis Mis-sissiopi
sissiopi Mis-sissiopi has chalked pn a Jeegujs Jeegujs-leading
leading Jeegujs-leading 328.2 total offense aver average,
age, average, Louisiana State, is ,47 yards
behind,- But on defense, I-ouisiana
State, basa 21-yard advnntaSe,
allowing, an average of 194.7, yards
per game, v J.,
Louisiana State figures to bave
the running ,dfe, wJh the likes o'
halfbacks v mr-t Wtmii m
Johnnys Rohinsoji ji-apd. fuHbstk
Tommy Davis. Missipiflbi'.chipi
ground threat is fullback Charlie
Roberts The Rebels hava the ad advantage
vantage advantage by air .with uarterbacks
Bobby Franklin; apd Uly brewer
both rated ever;; LSli.arreii
lana State wltkhbotb a- Davis f,apd

direct flights in Douglas 4 engine

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teams nave piace-kiciung stars
Davis for the Tigers and tackle
Bob Khayat for Mississippi.'
. '. Other Samoa
-rThere are three other Southeast
-i em conferenc earns Saturday,
A -real defnsiv hattl- i exDect-
d ,t w CainacviUa Fla whpre
Florida (2-2-1) matches line play:
wiia auduto -v i, int oiuon i
top 'defenseive Meam. Alabama
(z-z-i) ana ueorgia tz-3 compare
their imnrovement at Tuscaloosa.
Ala., and staggering Kentucky
(2-4) wiu be host to unpredictable
Mississippi State (3-2) at Lexing-
ion. ; ; ,.
t in outside-the-league play, Geor
sia Terh i 2-2-1) will : a ttemoi to
snap back from that 20-0 lacing
by Southern ..Methodist against
Duke at Durham, N.C. and punch punch-less
less punch-less Tennessee (2-3) will be host
to fast coming North Carolina
at Knoxville.
r Friday -niaht. Tiilane (1-5) will
be at home, to Texas tech and
Vanderbilt (3-1-2). wiU be at per
plexed Miami,
Horfon Smith Joins
Jones And Haaen In
Golf's Hall Of Fame
"'.TTmnTM 'irii rTrfTVtarmi
Smith joined such fornjer golfing
prt at rnmmv Armour boddv
Jones. Walter Haeen and Francis
Ouime yesterday in the Profes
sional Golfers Association mil of
Fame..v ,
, Smith, head pro at the Detroit
Golf Club since 1946. received 821
votes in a nationwide poll of his
fellow PGA members.
, Fred McLeod finished second in
the latest ballotting with 588 votes
and Jock .Hutchinson Sr was third
with '931 Wanpw P!nar4 mnA (Win
Dutr tied sfor fourth with 96 each
and Johnny Farrell had 89...
Smith wnn 33 fnnmamonli ilnr
(nrmii lon career. includinc the
Masters in 1934 and a36(JIe h
all 22 Masters tournaments.
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By JIMMY BRESL1N
WEST POLM. N."Y, (NEA)

Tii nrartir semnni. eo'leae
varsity will usually break up tne
mnnntonv with umi ton ot an
imnginauve cnani between plays.
xsocre iime i out umeueaueu
heavily on unuauons 01 Tomic
r n rhararten. And Isavv last
season bad a A flaryey-type girl
friend namecr Rosie, twt whom
they bayed continually. -.
But the whoop coming from
the Army team ia.e these after afternoons
noons afternoons confuse visitors because the
Cadet calls are stric ly from Ma
dison Avenue, inis is sirangt
kspiusa at fivB o'clock Armv's
practice field has nothing to sug-
Jiing it is a canvas-enclosed Krip
ofturf. And no mater now e.e e.e-gant
gant e.e-gant ad appearance varsity men
make running an off -tackle play
they run ueak second to a J.
Waiter inompson secreiary ou
way, to cocktail.. :
But nonetheless the Cadets
whoop "Do YOU "d. "1Bn,
dedorant?' while: breaking from
one huddle:' Of, "even .your;,best
.i.n). uvnt tall von." 1 :"
This see-u-u-geis-oti-ai i w
port talk is au-ecwa, w wuib,
a lean, iair-halred 20-year-old nam
ed Bii Carpen.er. He is Army I
lonely-'end. ',. "X:"
f it smts It'.' AS.' I V EN I LLI
te bates b'nnw bv now. stations
himself '20 yards out as a flanker
when Army Aas tne nan. am a
.tays there.- Me aoen i emer u
huddle or even get wiJua ciap-
mte, H. wtt :
riety oi DascDau-iyvc
the hUdoue, men weuu u-.
otu. (li nffanse Was
sprdng on South Carolina and du du-lv
lv du-lv publlciied throughout, the
lion, wrucuiw, m
flooded withfrnaU from outsiders
and other caaeiSi osuy,.uw
suggested he try ihowennj; after
a sweatypracuce. : z.
; be reported
at this time, needs no friendly ad
vice. He is dean-cut looKing
blond youngster who gets flir; y
playing football and emerges m
time for Saturday night dances
with the fresh-scrubed took one
expects from a zoyear-oio.
He also is far irom aione it u
Academy, kl eacn, diwhwi
he and the other 125 members of
Company M-2 scramme aown
frnm their rooms (caroenter has
five roommates) .for breakfast
formation. Red Blank's offense has
changed, but the Army's forma formations
tions formations have not. : mi
The rest of his day is spent go go-1n
1n go-1n thrmiffii the regimented, all-
together schedule oi any Cadet
Only on the practice fie1 does he
become something special.
OVIRLOOKID IN ALL THE
talk' concerning his position is the
fact Carpenter is a fine end. ;Up
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i TOGETHERNESS Off the Held, Bill Carpenter, left, Amy's
lonely end, is just another Cadet A record spinning- session with
Bob Anderson, center, .and Steve Waidrop helpe relax players.

here they peak of him in terms
of Jlank Foldberg or Don Holle Holle-der.
der. Holle-der. Bill has the same tall, lean
(6-2, 205) build of a classic end.
And he moves like one.
When he drifts out, one defen defensive
sive defensive halfback, of course, covers
him. But a Carpenter favorite is
to cut across the middle for pass passes
es passes of 10 yards or so and the oppo opposition,
sition, opposition, alert for this, usually has
a line backer with half his think thinking
ing thinking centering on Carpenter,
Coach Blaik spends considerable
time schooling Carpenter on what
to do in his one-man job and as
it comes out, the lonely end has
rhe hardest task on the varsity.
Blaik picked Carpenter for this
reason. He is far from a freak as
I, football player.
"It's harder," Carpenter says.
"You have to be more alert. But
I'm used to it now. The only sur surprise
prise surprise about the whole thing is the
way people make a commotion a a-boot
boot a-boot it. I thought they'd forget a
bout it after the ffrst week, but
this 'BO' mail and cracks have
become heavier."
Of late, they have not been com coming
ing coming from the opposition.
Too much planning is required

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Happened to .
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; DICK CULLER
Dick Culler, who played every
infield position except first base
during an eight year major
league career, had his best years
as a shortstop for the 1945-46 Bos Boston
ton Boston Braves. Dick came up origin originally
ally originally with the Phillies, in 1936 but
went back for more seasoning and
didn't return until 1943 when the
White Sox gave him a trial. Then
he moved to the Braves where
he became a regular in 1945 and
hit .262. He was slightly below
that in '46 and later dropped toj
utility roies.
Whatever happened to Dick
Culer?J4ow 43, Dick still is in
baseball in an unusual capacity.
Operating out of his native High
Point, N.C, he furnishes many
of those autographed baseballs
sold at various parks.
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No Harmony

With Two QB.
PHILADELPHIA (NEA) Norm
-Van Brockjin agrees with George
Wilson, Detroit coach that two
top passing quarterbacks cannot
co-exist on the same professional,
football team.
Speaking of the crackup of the
Lions' experiment with Tobin
Rote, and Bobby Layne, Van
Brocklin reminds that he is an
old hand in situations of that type.
"It just won't work," says Van
Brocklin, now of the Philadelphia
Eagles. "It happened to me and
Bob Waferfie d when we were
with the Rams.
"Walerfield and I have always
been close personal friends. We
always got along fine ogether.
But as soon as things would go
wrong, the grumbling would
start. Van Brocklin rooters want wanted
ed wanted Van Brocklin. Wa'erfield roo roo-ers
ers roo-ers wanted Waterfield. It got so
bad .hat those who liked Water Water-field
field Water-field hated me. Those who Iked
me nated Waterfield.
"It wasn't nnlv the fane Pla4.
ers and assistant coached took
sides, created a situation."
Smilin Gitts
Down For First
Time In Career
"Smilin' Ms" (corrett mm
Elliott Felix Brathwaite), one
of Colon's btst middleweight!, is
now a patient at Corgat Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital with an injured back. Hit
cond tion Is net serious, howev however.
er. however. Gitts was one of Panama's
cleanest living boxers. He never
drank alcoholic beverages nor
smoked in his life. He- has never
be"n knocked off his feet In 33
fights and sports a record of 29
3-1.
When asked if he ever thinks of
making a comeback,, Gitts smiled
and remarked, "You wouldn't hit
a fellow when he is down, would
you?"
For a boxer who fought for
the last time six years age a a-oainst
oainst a-oainst Peru's Jacinto Dontlre,
Gitts has a neat waist measure
of 30 Inches. Incidentally, Smil Smilin'
in' Smilin' won that bout on a 7th round
K.O.
Gitts may be, visited in ward 13,
bed 34. Here's1 wishing 'you1 a
speedy recovery Smilin.
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By DAVID M. MOFFJT
ATLANTA (UPI) Halfback'
Gary O'Steen of Alabama, re returned
turned returned to his natural position -this
fall after experimenting as a quar quarterback,
terback, quarterback, was named today as the
Southeastern Conference back of
the week by United Press Inter International,
national, International, for his outstanding per

formance in Alabama's 9-7 upset
oi Mississippi stale.
O'Steen dominated play in the
game. The 175-pound junior from
Anniston, Ala., kept State con constantly
stantly constantly in-the hole with his punt puntinggetting
inggetting puntinggetting off quick kicks of 58,
52, 67, 43 and 62 yards and potUng
one regular ount out of bounds
on the Slate two '-yard line.
In addition, O'Steen gained 66
vards rushing, nearly half of..Ala of..Ala-bama's
bama's of..Ala-bama's total, including key yard yardage
age yardage which set up the scoring plays
and intercepted a State pass on
the final play of the game. It was
Alabama's first m a 1 o r victory
since Coach Paul Bryant took
over the reins.
O'Steen, regarded as a bright
prosoect after a brilliant high
school career was proficient hut
hardly outstanding as a sopho
more. His play earlier thin season
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Teams Standings

-SCORES

Colpan Ford 14-7
Team No. 1 12 9
btxahiti Jewelry 12-9
Tasco Battery 11-10
APA 10-11
Team No. 2 10-11
Spalding Dot 10-11
Colonial Insurance 16

Colpan Fard 2 Team Ne. 11
Colpan Ford successfully defend defended
ed defended first place in the Pacific Cos Cosmopolitan
mopolitan Cosmopolitan Mixed League against
Team No. 1 and increased their
league lead. Art Roberts was the
"ace Driver" for the Ford team
w'e Team Ne. 1 had no one
with an outstanding effort.
Colpan Ford A. Roberts, -554;
B. Roberts, 415; M. LaBeau, 383;
R. LaBeau, 497: Folger, 416.
Team No. 1 Rogers, 449; Cfunh,
437; R. Schmidt, 425; T. Schmidt,
504; Coffey, 530.
Thitl Jewtlry 1
SpalcTng Dot 1
Tahiti Jewelry, kept pace with
Colpan Ford and moved into a tie
with Team No. 1 for second place
- Tahiti Jewelry- Jamisort,),477;
Borgis, 422;. Bush, 451; Camby,
448; Kunkel, 515.
DRINKS
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did not attract notice in the tirnnU

nating for honors. -
The. Alabama halfback over
shadowed the field in ibis week's
selection. Others nominated, but)
with performances harrilv nn naf
with O'Steen's, were-
Quarterback Bobbv Franklin of
MississiDDi who score i two Irairlu,
downs in a 14 12 win over Arka'n-'
das.' t
Fullback Theron Saon nf Hanr
gj a runner, line backer and rs
receiver in Georgia's 28 0 white4
wasn of Kentucky. ;
Halfba Tom "iy I orino of Aii Aii-burn
burn Aii-burn whoicorerl twice in Auburn's
20 7 win over Maryland.
Quarterback Boyce Smith of
Vanderbilt whose na lr-AVa1
Vandy to a 39-6 rout of Virginia.
.jnauncK my cannon of Louis Louis-iana
iana Louis-iana State who scored a touch touchdown
down touchdown and set un a field goal in
a 10 7 win over Florida.
The lineman of the week selec selection,
tion, selection, went to Val Heckroan, 231 231-pound
pound 231-pound senior tackle for the Flor Florida
ida Florida Gators. Heckman. from Allen Allen-town.
town. Allen-town. Pa., was the hul va-k of a
defense which limited the vaunted
Louisiana State attack to 89 yards
rushing.
Spalding Dot Holcomb. 477:
W. Riley, 3950 Nelson, 395; Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, 486; G. Riley, 469.
Tasco Battery 3
Colon al Insurance 0
With Bud Balrer rnllino nnl
Tasco Battery scored their firsf
white-washing at the expense of
vuiumai insurance, last years
champions. Both tea m had nnlv
four players, but Colonial Insur-
a n c e nan no or.e to keep
oaee with the 57-58 Bowler of th
Year and Colonial now trails by
five points. .r,
Tasco" Battery Baker, 602;
Lang, 347- T. Lowande. 383; E.
Towande, 516; Blind, 540. i
Colonial Insurance Klumpp,
491; Coleman, 416; Voss, 490: Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, 374; Blind, 501. t
APA 2 Team Ne. 1
By winning the odd game, APA
moved into a tie with their oppo
nents. All of the male members
of APA scored over 500 as ,a ,a-gainst
gainst ,a-gainst one for Team No, and that
made the difference,
APA Soyster, 530:' P. Bet;
382; Mitchusson, 383; Prusinowskl,
568;. Best. 557.
fvTeam No. i'T. Albfitton, "!
P. ;Une, 332;, M.Albritton, 401
Dube, 508; M. Lane, 490.

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M. Clara R. 4 P.
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Shrapnel's fnmlshel liomes,
Santa Clara Beach. Call Balboa
1772.
Baldwin's furnished apsrtmenrs
f Santa Blara Beach. Taltphona
Smith. Gamboa 302
Commercial Sites
Mercedes Buildinf. Da luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and offieo buildine. Am Ample
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man. wareh.-man. Moderate renti. Balboo
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2-3436.
Houses
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
three bedrooms, two bathrooms,
hot water, maid's room with
bathroom. Phone 3-3170.
10ST: Tuesday night 28 Oct.,
7 months old Boxer pup, foam
color with white markings. RE REWARD,
WARD, REWARD, call Nevy Pacific 2482.
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Exeercbing Machines. Turklsst
the McLevy way Bodj Manage,
bath. Trained operators tor ladlee
and gentlemen. Get reralta.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S
Products
J. Axaeemena Ave. U-41
TcL S-22U
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call
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Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
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Phone 3-1984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
B DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, toura,
end deluxe hotel
$180
leave evy Tues. and FrL
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FOR RINT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, .tM kifchinetre, 4th of
July Av Urll. phone 2-1140.
FOR JtENT: Campo Aleire. Ex Exceptional
ceptional Exceptional nice furnished I room
apartment, near El Panama1 hot,
water, call 1-1789.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously tar tarnished
nished tarnished apartments, decorated by
wtlj known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Deco Decoration"
ration" Decoration" store in Edit icio Campo
Alefi en Via Eipafia across from
Hotel El Panama Hilton. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in new house, $80.00 with
utilities. Ave. Mexico 69 near
43rdr Street, Bella Vista. Phono
3-0553.
FOR SALE: Modern apart apartment,'
ment,' apartment,' 2 'bedrooms, balcony,
maid's room, hot water, garage.
Cangrejo, No. 78, Via Argentina.
Phone 3-2052.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors, all
type and price. Tel. 2-3343.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment, hot water
facilities, laundry conveniences,
garage, etc. New building
"PORTOFINO" in 68th Street,
El Cangrejo. Phone 3-6634.
3 Americans Seen
As Likely To Win
Nobel Prizes
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 29 (UPI)
Three Americans were believed
likely today to win the Nobel o-ize
lor medicine when the Caroline
Institute cf Surgery and Medicine
meets here 'omorrow.
Russia already has won two of
the five Nobel prizes; although the
Kremlin has angrily protested the
award of the literature Nobel to
nonconformist writer Boris Past
ernak.
The Caroline- Institute is expect
ed to award the prize for me medicine
dicine medicine to Dr. George W. Beadle,
formerly of Standford University
and now of Oxford; Dr. Edward
L. Tatum of Stanford, and Joshue
L. Ledehserg of Wisconsin Univ University.
ersity. University. They are expected to receive the
award for theirs work in genetics.
After the' medicine prize is de decided,
cided, decided, only the prize for peace will
be outstanding. Its winner will be
chosen by the Norwegian Nobjl
committee in Oslo.
Three Russian scientists were
Swedish Academy of Science.
Coconut Gathering
Bids Are Sought
By Canal Company
In view of the approaching co co-conut
conut co-conut gathering season, the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company has announc announced
ed announced that bids are being accepted
for collecting coconuts in the
area of Cristobal, Rainbow City,
and Coco Solo. The announcement
was made bv the Supply and
Community Service Bureau.
The coconut gathering season
will oDen Dec. 1 and continue
through June 20, in the area in including
cluding including the entire area of Old
Cr.stobal the area extending about
100 yards south of the junction of
Randolph Road and east of Diver Diversion
sion Diversion Road, the Cristobal Coaling
Plant Island area and certain lo locations
cations locations in Coco Soio.
All coconuts gathered become
the property of me successful bid bidder.
der. bidder. Only those trees on grounds
and lots leased to priva.e organi organizations
zations organizations are excluded from the in invitation
vitation invitation to bid.
Sealed bids, in triplicate, will
be received in the Cistobal hous housing
ing housing office until 10:30 a.m. Nov. 20,
whattn thv will be oDened in pub
lic Forma of oroDosal with full
information may be obtained from
the Cristobal housing manager.
Single Wage Meet
Local 900. AFL-CIO, Is holding
a meetinc tonlaht at Paralso
fllgh School at 7:30 to explain
the implementation oi tne tun
gle Wage plan.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Volkswagen 2 door
Sedan, perfect condition, price.
$1100.00. see Eskildsen, Colon
Motors Panama, 2-1669.
FOR SALE: -- 1955 Mercury
Montclair haodtop, white over
green, Morcomatic, wsw, radio,
rear speaker, backup litei. Call
Curundu 3289.
FOR SALf 1957 Deluxe Buick
Century hardtop, 2-doer, duty
p a i d, ajrconditioned, perfect
condition, may be financed, con con-tac
tac con-tac "Pino" Panama 3-3278.
FOR SALE: 1949 De Luxe
Chevrolet, tudor, sedan, good
mechanical condition, good tires.
Home 2-2752. office 2-3498.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
Riviera, power steering, radio,
w.s.w. See at Howsehold Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, $1,500.00, financing
available.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Monterrey, hardtop., convertible.
Good clean car in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $ wsw tires almost new,
radio. Panama 2-0553, 3024. )
FOR SALE: -1958 Ford four
door sedan, with radio. Custom
Deluxe. Less than 6500 miles on
it. Will trade on small car. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent electric typewriter, I.B.M.
FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury
duty paid, 3 new tires and ra radio
dio radio $200.00. Tel. Balboa 2787,
of house 750 Apt. A, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1950 2
door sedan, $250.00. Call Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 6-578.
Q::te Unquote
NEW YORK Rear Adm. Hv
man G. Rickover in saying Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt' would; no. have
liked the concept of "'together
ness:
"The quest fo -security at all
cost, the inward turning to shut
out the problems of a troubled
world which is implicit in 'to
getherness wpulyWnave seemed to
him shirking ifaiaoreo duty."
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Govi
Orval E. Faubus in deploring syn-
aeoaue bombings in dher states
"We must do everything numafr
ly possible to see that no such
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. The
Rev. Edwin T. Dahlbere. presi
dent of the National Council of
Churches, in noting that the ecu
menical idea is like an egg, per
fectly safe as long as it remains
mere theory:
i "The trouble begins when the
egg is hatched. Then it begins to
scratch up the neighbor's garden
and wake up people early in the
morning."
LONDON Frank Sinatra In
commenting before an audience of
London notables of rumors ne
will marry Lady Beatty:
"According to the newspapers
here I've been married more
times than (King) Farouk and I'm
not even as fat as ne is.
First Issues Of

Stamped Envelopes On Sale Saturday

The first Issues of the new Ca Canal
nal Canal one postal cards and em embossed
bossed embossed stamped envelopes will be
placed on sale, Saturday, It was
announced yesterday.
To be issued arc two four-cent
embossed stamped envelopes, a
seven-cent stamped airmail en envelope,
velope, envelope, It regular postal card and
an airmail postal card.
The three-cent postal card
and the four-cent No. t, and
four-cent No. 6 embossed
stamped envelopes will be first
placed on sale at urisioDai. m ne
seven-cent airmail embossed
stamped envelopes and the five five-cent
cent five-cent airmail postal card will go
on sale at the Balboa post office.
Gen. George W. Goethals,
chairman and chief engineer of
the Isthmian Canal Commission
from 1907 until 1914, appears in
nrofile on the four-cent envei
opes Which are identical in de design
sign design to the previous three-cent
envelope.
The new seven-cent airmail
Miveloner which is Identical to
the old six-cent envelope, bears
irirawinff of an airplane in
flight. ;,Th Btamp is printed in
red..
Conforming, in dimension and
4c. No. I envelope. .
4c. No. 6 envelope.
7c. No.'; airmail
envelope
3c. Postal card
5c. Airmail postal card.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Apex washing mi mi-china
china mi-china wringer-type $35. Heuto
213-A, tel. Balboa 4484.
FOR SALE: Foam rubber, plas plastic
tic plastic upholstered, comfortable con contour
tour contour lounge chairl' 3 tables to
match, all very modern, mads
by Heros, also 3 table lamps.
Cad mornings 3-3268, altar altar-noons
noons altar-noons end evenings 2-3438.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
We repair in your homo
wo don't pretend to fuarante
owr work. We guarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
TeL 2-1905
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20
Complete, lasting repairs. All
makes of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellis Williams and Alfonso Shirley
2-5113.
Protect your home and proper
tv against insect damage
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt aarvico
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR,
TV. Panama 2-3142.
"U.S. TELEVISION"
The oldest independent TV Serv Service
ice Service in Panama,' and the Canal
Zone. No pick up and delivery
charges, 9:00 A;M. to i 10:00
P.M.. Saturday e'. t'.QO P.M.
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Russian
Hints At Delay
ForAnlircfic Trip
WASHiNGTON. Oct. 28 (UPI
Russia may have postponed
its plans for a transcontinental
trip across Antarctica.
The U.S. Committee for the
International Geophysical Year
(IGY yesterday. Quoted Dr. E.
Tolstikov, chief Soviet, scientist
oris Antarctica.- as savin sr that
e ;.proposed80mlie trek is.
too ullliCulD to unapruaite uus
year.'-. "'f ."u 1
The committee noted that this
was in contrast to a Moscow
announcement last August that
the Russians would try to trav
erse the frozen continent In the
forthcoming: Antarctic summer
season.
Tolstikov and two other Rus
sian scientists flew last week
end from the Soviet base at
Mirney the U.S. outpost at Mc
Murdo Sound.
LODER SICRETLY MARRIED
LONDON (UPI) British actor
John Loder, once married to
Hedy Lamarr, secretly married
a Wealthy Argentine widow last
month, it was learned yesterday
It was hes 5th marriage. Loder and
Urt A1K T.rri-n Vfiri TnflrriAri
I Sept. 22.
New Postal Cards
stvle "tosthe uresent two-cent
postal careV the nw three-cent
card carries toe design or a snip
in a canal- lock chamber: the
design Is' printed horizontally in
blue, .; '1, "-
The new five-cent airmail pos postal
tal postal card whjch conforms in size
and dimension to- the present
U.S. airmail ;'cafd has the five five-cent
cent five-cent stamp printed horizontally
In the uppers right corner. The
stamp, which is "printed in red
and blue, features a map of the
Canal fconelwith airplane and
flag.
Collectors may submit orders
for first day cancellations to the
Postmaster of the post office
where the stamp is being issued.
Orders should indicate the fuil
name and Address for each card
and envelope with remittance to
cover cost of the order. Postage
stamps and personal checks !wlll
not be accented. Request for
mint envelopes and cards must
not be included with requests ior
first day cancellations, but may
be sent, separately to. the Post Postmaster,
master, Postmaster, Jjalbo. Return postage
must be supplied for mint envel envelopes
opes envelopes and cards.' 1
Remittances, should be includ included
ed included in thi request as follows:

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c. lie. -Vile. 22C 28c.
5c. J0cA( ,.15c, 20c. 25c.
Rc. 16c. 24C 82c. 40c.
3c. 6C. 9C 12c. 15c.
5c. 10c. 15c. 20c. 25c.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE i Bids accepted Mar Marine
ine Marine Corps Exchange Rodman,
C.Z. for 1952 Ford panel iruck
until 3 Nevembdr. Truck may be
seen and bio submitted by any
person or organization C. Z. or
Panama. Exchange reserves right
to reject any bid. Navy 3692.
.FOR SALEi -Sectional sefa, 11
ft. Hotpoint ; refrigerator, water
heater, baby crib, all teed con condition.
dition. condition. Owner transferred. Call
S-6490. 4 .
FOR SALE: largaln HI-FI RCA
tape recorder,' 3 speakers, remote
control, accessories. Phono i i-7744,
7744, i-7744, Panami 7 a.m. 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: White Cyprus fence
with laundry enclosure, $50.00
aeenat 1536-R, Mango Street.
Call 2-3687 -after 4 p.m.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
The largest and finest assortment
with Views, of Panama and the
Canal Zone, with Greetings in
English and Spanish and several
languages. '
Wholesale and Retail Canfa
from 5e. to 25c. W have been
supplying Panama and the Canal
Zone for over 25 years with theia
popular Cards and new views and
designs every year.
FOTO FLATAU
PANAMA
Via Porraa 95 Tel. Panama
3-0618
FOR SALE: 16 months old
white filly. May be seen at Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Saddle Club, Pedro Miguel.
No reasonable offer refused. Call
2-1639 after 5:00 p.m.
rench Army Chief
Of Staff Backs
MonfOnllATO
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PARIS, Oct. 29 ( UPIV- The
French army's chief of staff back
ed Britain's Fiel Marshal. Vis
count : Montgomery ' todays with a
seaming criticism or the way west
ern..def ense is irtafeerf: J
The .criticisms of Gen. Paul, Ely,
published in the semi-official "'Re
vue ol National; Defense,". "ddefl
weight to a drive by French Pre Premier
mier Premier Gen. Charles de Gaulle for
reorganization of the North Atlan
tic Treaty Organization.
ihey also seemed likely to cause
uproar in military cncles at MA
Ta headquarters here.. Staff -offic
ers aireaay nave been wtteriy cn
tical of the stand taken by Mont
gomery, wno retired as aeputy su
preme commander of allied forces
in Europe last month.; ,..
Montgomery said in a speech
last week that NATO needed, a
drastic overhaul if it was to con
tinue to meet the threat of Soviet
domination, and that.. France
should be given more say In its
affairs. v4;.
VIET NAM OBSERVES DATE
SAIGON (UPI) South Viet
Nam began a two-day holiday
yesterday in observance of the 3rd
anniversary of the founding of the
republic. A giant military parade
and a message to the nation from
President Ngo Dinh Diem high
lighted the program for the -first
day of the celebrations.
NOTHING LASTS FOREVER
NEWCASTLE. England (UPI)-
Officlals of this city's last coal
mine, the Montague Colliery, an
nounced today that it will soon be
necessary to carry an wewcastie'

coal to Newcastle. The colliery'sheld

veins of coal are running out aft
er 450 years' operation.

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GETS SUPERGRADE PROMOTION MrJgt (E-7) Allen R.. Kline, TJJB. Army Garrison, Fort
Amador, became master sergeant (E-8) when the new supergrade promotion was presented
him by Lt. Col. James A Moore, commandln; officer, Fort Amador. On hand to witness tht
ceremony, which took place at post hjadquaxUr wM Mrs, Kuhe(U.S. Army Photo),

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Real Estate
FOR SAL'S Leti 500 and 1.006
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbanisation7, serosa the Ramon
Racetrack; All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 1-2567.
Domestic, Emplbyment
WANTED: Responsible second
; maid Dva in. Must lik chil
dren,1 aeme cooking and general
housework. : Interviews mornings
only. Bring referencei. 0202-B
(Hrrick Road." Ancon.
WANTED: Experienced maid
Arbois Bldg, Apt. 6, 5th St. Colon.-
'
Rooms
FOR RENT: Living room bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, furnished or unfurnished
in residential homo. Bella Vists,
45th Street Ne. 14.
Television Cameras
LONDON (UPD-Queen Eliza
beth opened Parliament with all
the pomp and circumstance of
tradition yesterday while television
cameras peered inside the houses
of Parliament for the first time
in history to bring her. address u
West Europe.
Gilded microphones hidden un under
der under carved golden angels and TV
cameras in the galleries carried
her voice and immage to te'evi-
sion screens in seven countries
across Europe. 'Radio brought her
address to the rest of the world.
Four peeresses, the first- worn
en .to iit in the House of Lords,.
attended the ceremony in another
break with age-old tradition. The
broadcast was van. of the royal
family's campaign- tr' bring the
monarchy before, more people and
thus maintain-', its populaiity in
formed sources said.; .;. ; ":
The Queen took note of the tel
ecast in the-closing words of her
address.
"Today, for the first time, this
ceremony is being watched not
only by those who are present in
this Chamber; but by many mil
lions of my subjects, she said.
.-;Peoples in other lands will
also! be able- to witness this re-
newai, bfthe' life of Parliament.
outwardly tnev wiu see tne nag-
eahtry v and i symbols of : authority
andj states but in ithei hearts
they .will surely respond wine
spirit of hope and. purpose" which
inspires our parliamentary ;iraai
tion. ? '"" y
"In this spirit I pray that :the
blessing of Almighty God may
rest upon your counsels."
The ceremony. itself ,1 differed
little from those of a century ago
ana naa mucn 1 in common wun
the first state opening on record,
when Henry III met with is
lords in 1242 A.D.
ESCAPEES RiCAPTURID
TOKYO (UPI) The U. S
Army said two soldiers who es
caoed vesterday from a stockade
near T o k y o t were recaptured
about eight hours later. The sol soldiers
diers soldiers were identified as Pvt. Mai
colm Donaldson, 25, who was
oeing held on arrmed robbery
charges, and Pvt. Bobby Hoenke,
on larceny cnarges. me
Army said hometown addresses
wer not immediately available..

Wanted smooth tires, eultakle for
recenstructionr r Reconstructora; 4
. Kaeional. Peru Avenue '-Phone
Phone '-Phone 2-040."1 n ' :

, WANTED Urgently chalet or
apartment,' furnished or unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, two bedrooms, residentai
aeetor. Call Tel. 3-1710. morn
Ings, or 3-0368 evenings. ..j-.
.Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUr Gas stovo
extra large''oven. Phone Panama'
2-5491, 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Doors Of Freedom
After iiyrears
it 4
NEW OKLEANS-
Thomas is not insane. He never
has been. But 17. years of living
hell in a mental institution ended
for him only this .- week. 5 "s j
; The shesfs of justice succeeded
in cutting the -final shreds of legal
rea rape inat naa Kept monws a
me k Xiomsiaaa aospuai iot uue
criminally insane at Jackson since
December jOf 1941. r "'-r,
Even aflerall those yer f
endurihgV-the creaniS ahd Jnco-.
herencies f these mho twer
really insane; fefipiller Thomas
showed not ace, of,.:.l)itterness,
a he vaUsed Mm.the InsUfution
a free i mafe'utfadi&'. b$!te
f'All you need 4 atience'he
said. "I; lewped ryou ve got to
have faith." ;
He. acte4,' boweyet, as. though
heould .pot. believr- th?" ordeal
had tended. Iajtt're.. sure we're
BOty'iotsiiJlra
askfld officers who broucht him
to New Orleans from the hospital.
"I'd rather be dead than go bade
in Japksnn."
The strange case of Spiller
Thomas began when ne was ar arrested
rested arrested in 1941 for breaking -and
entering at night. He -was taken
hpfnra lunacv commission. :
Thn commissioners -asked him
"if I felt,. funnyV he said, and
theh reported to 'a i court, he
judge ordered mat i ne m com com-initred
initred com-initred to the institution. 1
m. . lv4 fifc Vetoes' a-m
Record.
IFE,WRequeti
That Cooperative
GMdfe'Supiiort
" -The technical 4eDartment of
cooperatives of the Institutefor
Economic Development (DTE)
has called a general assembly of
the Panama Consumer! Cooper Cooperative
ative Cooperative for Friday, night In effort
tlseek greater cooperation fwwh
ithe meeting will W tytf U
the 1 RlChartl eumaruyvBigi
hool' ontfoslti'theiew legis
lative palace, land will begin at
8 p.m. V i-' "a J
A coriununletne -lssiied by the
department said members would
be-informed of thtf present, sit situation
uation situation of the cooperative in the
;hop(j s;h"aithey wwld contribute
moreeiiewveiyT'TO' ius-TBvrga,iu-
SlMiii Too Much
ROME (UPI) Guiseppe Ma
gri is a married man today, but
he found the wedding service
SUCH- -A .ixaio.. i.n a t- am -nm j
ma hospitals. r
The 26-yaer-om groom lainiea
twice during "the ceremony in s
church in suburban Centocelle,
once just as he should have been
savin? "I do" and aeain lust aft
er the priest had pronounced him
married.
He was hospitalized for treat
ment of "severe nervous cxnaus-
A.' L-se '' ;
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plenty of Instructive toys to keep
children amused. Ages from 2 Va -years
f years. 3:15 a.m. te
H a.m. Monday thru Friday
Transportation provided. Calf
anytime.
Open To Sane Man
In: Mental Hospital

against him were dropped. They

auso snow mat nospitsi psychiat
nsts ruled in 1943 that he wal
sane.,''.-. 1 a k

"Records of the institution show
that this man was presented at
our metUcal staff meetine Jan. is

20, ,1943,; and a mental diagnosis

ox wunoui- psycnosis not insane
-wasmadef senior hospital psy

ciuBuiac vk l.. jc. siucm loia the -r
Orleans Parish district attorney
when an investigation of the cae
began three months ago.
tltA vi recommended on that f
dabhe patient bereturned ."
t; cowktS $turm said "He has
beenwhet;;'iince 1941, and is not
and. never was insane." .
,5There .was no official explana
tion of iSa long years of, delay;
Court officials maintain they were
not -..nptified,. of tha change of :

sxsiatus. t

,-Dist.: Atty Richard A. Dowling
Began" digging into the case last
summer., Monday he .presented his
fmdingi to i lunacy commission. j
Witiun'minutes, the verdict was
down. It confirmed Dr, Sturm's I :
report that Spiller Thomas "is not
and never .was insane."
, Thomas, who served In the In ;
fantry during World War II,
boarded a bus in New Orleans 4
and headed home. H arrit

letter, drafted by his-court-
appointed, attorney, which read:

dpauer i nomas should be ae- ,i
corded 'alj the courtesies and' Con- V
aidlrations cf a citizen whn i an.

pai-fenrly was) incarcerated for a
some x years witnout
V
Thomas ennlrln't rmaA tha Uh
. u
He only went through the- "prim-9c'.-
grJe..4t school, he saicf.
-xns plans?' i
'"To ive,. peacefully, go to
cnfcreh,,and get a useful Job.w
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Appeals

Pdace, Liberty

For Harmony,

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. xVll. i. nn th leaders ot tne wono:,irnuii.p

. VATfcAN XJITY, Oct. 29 TOj" of a just peace."
guished a of mankind and daf Z r ign 4rtVterenf appeal thatch, wholly of peo;
ni.6-year-old Pontiff J'ii,. ndl tfi aign of '. j.u. Christ." ;
pies mayvHve in harmonyr peaa iran ea 8ured Latin from th. frescoed Si.tin. Chapel 6v.r a .pe-
poo, J0nn his vo.ce f,r. tne clav. which elected him the 261. t ,ucce..or to
feial Vatican radio transmission f

tne aposii- r.. .j. fc Mw.rt mrdlnal Ron-

W 1 1 VJ CH-tUM"w-

calli to tne conclave.

. uM 4UH vmr Io OUT

lives. All -we need npw it to tin4
how to odd life to our yeoi j

Hft expressed fervent hope
that "instruments of
ad war be turned into instru
whHole family of peoples may live

in concern v -- Jesus
uhertv under tne sigu i

Christ." cxorriav An-

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lcnYTERi(uit:i

I I a JAMES Wlttouli

rooSTEIGER

I INHFR I r VtNa NEVILLE BRAND I

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lic list iiffht as behind hiiri.
The rlory or chis coronation,
oti Sundiyat. 9, lay ahead.
In the immediate present he
faced a series of decisions re

.ara":8 :m future the

LUU. -m -nrnmiin1sm and

problems 01 -";:;iftilstic

the rising u u -f";

a6e' xo all thlS

The man wno ":

was the son or a pout

50 fellow cardmais nui
on who met for three days in
secret cdnclave, -sealed from m
world in the totory-steeped
chambers and chapels of the
apostolic palace. .w. la
v ,n. .nrimi tribute to

the exnert dinlomat and Ren-

tle. well-loved nasior --a
a --a nun just before he entered
the conclave:

"All my le I nave

tried tobMnthe lntrmi. ?..
the Lord has always pushed

me ir'-.. f

M i.V. firoT T fir III H. I H.L l0

Une oi h

no lpaoer oi uic

x on pnd tO the

was t.0 wu0.y v"j v,m onri

conclave wmcn eiecucu
c f,,prt intn thls.morn-

ins: by decision 01 me ruy

sei oi.Hn. rhanel today

1 1! LUC Ol'' ,

third' "adoration 7-

pdpe by tne cai iuo

elected mm.

,,0 last nieht, before and

after Pope John's presentation
to the world on the balcony 0

St Peter's, tne carain
h tmt head of the

church in the intimacy of their

blodCay the "adoration" of the
cardinals was a public f ct.

One by one tne 5crw---
-ji-.i. flu nast the Pope

where he sits on his throne in

the Sistine Chapel, iney
his Papal rinR and the ceremo ceremonial
nial ceremonial scarlet slipper on his feet.

The new Pope emDraces t"
Ai h rises to his feet.

TvnhUr- adoration by

the cardinals, other officials ol

the conclave periorm tne
act. ,

They include Prince siginiun-

do Chigi, hereditary marsnai

and custodian or tne contmvc,
otnnH oriiard outside the

wnu 1J r"
sealed portals; the governor of

the conclave, Msgr. reucww

Callori dl Vignale, ana tne aiaea

Then two cardinals and all tht

attendants of the historic con

clave leaye the ,concjave,riu
solemn processlort,' '
Meanwhile triumph 1 boft boft-fires
fires boft-fires blazed until dawn todaf
round thf mountain village of
Sotto il Monte where simple
peasants celebrated the acces accession
sion accession of one of the hairnet'.
. ihrnn if .St. Peter

Thousands of townsfolk from
h Milan 1oini

ed in the celehration honoring

FireworKS iiareo over u

35 Dead in Two

7esl Va. Coal
Mine Explosions

vhere beacon wes Diazea m xe ,.7 V Joaf mine explosions
radltionar Victory signal oMhe fU"5 dm to
mountaineers of the Alpine toot, m as w dvto Vest v

new

Who

US Begins! Marathon

Series 01 Five
Nuclear Explosions

.nMir-rc tost STTW ifev..'Oct

,111111 1 -moll nrpnawn OOL

ea lurir- r-

fired from steel wwer in up v

Nevada desen Dneny

marking the start M a mammou

series of five u.a. nuciear wais

a single aay.

(nffnnnm f avnlnHprf with a

iviaiaiimt

fnrce of less than 1,000 tons 01

TNT from atop a 5(M00t.Sieei iow?

er at 3:20 a.m..

It ws the I6ti test' of current
.nnAA onrtoe whiph Atomic

rApanucu .. ---
Energy Commission Scien tilts
.tnHtiB In ht-inO tn an

end before the proposed nuclear
testing ban Friday.

The shot haa to oe posipuueu
1...:.. in.ital V,ofArO 7.PTO hOUr.

when a failure developed jn a gen-

orator It originally naa Deen ei

to be fired at v.411 a.m.

.. V ..- ... v ...

The early morning blasts was
small in comparison witb other
thrtto hcr hut it had

eno-igh wallop to vaporize the
steel tower. A familiar mushroom

cloud rose from the desert site in

to the dark sky.

The flash of the explosion was
. ..,;hin (ho immediate Neva

V tJIC TT 1 1'."..

da area and motorists had been
cautioned in advance not to be
"startled" by the shot's sudden
light.

The shot was the first In the
AEC's hurry-up prog-am to close
oyt the United States' atomic test

ing program oeiore jrnaayi pan.

Hills of Lombardy A joyous

medley of bells pealed from au
the churches of the valley.

' 1 1 1
Memorial Services

For Sam Friedman

Thursday At JWB

Memorial services will be con

AiMnA hv ftahhi Nathan Witkin

for the late Samuel Friedman

the Balboa USO-JWB Chapel on

Thursday at 5 p,ni

Mr. KrtMimin. nromment Fa

lama City businessman and civic

ionHor Aiii" Mrtndav niclht in

Georgetown Hospital, Washington,
D.C.. where he was: iecuperatlhg

from a heart operation.

Dr. Manfredo Engel, president'
of the Irving Zapp Lodge of B'nai
Brith, will read a memorial pray prayer
er prayer during the service.
Mr Frisdman' survivor have

requested that no flowers be sent,

suggesting that sympatnatizers

make contributions to tne iiean

Fund,

Twelve were killed ana one wa
missing and presumed dead in: a
vi. -t th.t rmnsil thrnuen the Burt-

on mine of the ugieny-iwiwu
Co. ner Craigsville; yesterday

morning. 4

m hn. nwra' ki ipii 1 m

milar exDlosion at the Bishop

l th. Pnfahnntai. Fuel CO

at the Virginia border 'Monday,

morning. "vil,

TInited Mine

WAPVar Bflfptv insoector,. said

.1 u. 11. v
1 ui;H tkie mac trip first

lie uciictcu ....o . j
1: rlicocforc-hart nccurrea

on consecutive days in the United

States.

Read j sory on -pflge" :

Chiirihis May

For Opening Doors-;To iecjregated ; Schooli!

- "vv-i aa rrrv.LV.n.t.a. i.f tj.m''4tipf. 1n&r in nriTaUi ichnAl elauM

ltt the" fight against Integration may lose-theit tax-exempt status, H was learned today. ? j
14 ,vnt tnu iu- Aiip.tlnn ha.il "been raised1 ftnAl

the aervice had It under consideration. L 1' "... '"s
; ."Jt.: j -m h.' ruling 7ma -BoiihlT mtblk statement" on the issue 1n thai

near future.-,

' Severar rhurches

or have offered facilities

ed in integration. wes, ; '1;lwlJ,t.1,;.,:,(K. .mat. .Hn. tW-t

' x in many insiaueea u uira iu..-- j
emergency rather ihan in an effort to aid theanti-intefration frhU However internal Re;-?,

vcnue -iOincuis-inaicaiea vne xutec va cuurtu -srv""-
xardless ef .thelr inten hJ -'.-v',' '.?r'".'4i 1 '-jt
4 ffttju 1 Mt.ttn a iaw i .viAm r'inii tati esnstltu I The Jaw under which he acW

uons ... t
a full at nf the Jaw throueh

the courtg could have a bearing

on similar laws m Aricansas una
other Southern states,, ;
Virginia.-nov. 3. iJndfcav- Al

mond' closed the Norfolk 'schools
and three others in the. state
when the v became.., .subject to

Federal, Integration orders.-

The men killed yesterday "never

had a ghost of a cnance,, actoiu
4 ttj miriA official.'

last year 37 men lost their lives

in a blast at tne uisnop auuv,

pru.-... HA..n minari urnrlrincf OH

Aim ly-orvcu m...v.

Ann sect on of tne mouniaiusiuc

pit at Oraigsviue scramDieu, -u
...i rr,.t 17 nihr in another

section were trapped when a wait

of fire ana eartn .seaieu -w t

sageways.

TTridar rTixtincf tax laWH.

churchea -needvnot pay income
taxes to the Federal government
or evea make reports of their

income and spending to the in

tprnai KPvenu Kfrvice..

This does not apply to salaries
nf" rntn1stjr and nt.her church

employes which are taxable lixe
all other' personal Income,
' While churches as a general
rule do not have large Incomes

over ana aoove ineir expenpe,
the tax-exempt status Is im important
portant important to them in relation to

their contributors.
.).:i!hiirr.h rontributloni may now

ha deducted from the contribu

tor's income-taxes up to 30 per

cent of nis gross income.

. If a churcn lost us lax-ex-empt
status this deduction
would not be allowed, accord according
ing according to the Internal Revenue
Service Spokesman, This might
cut materially Into a church's
inonm from contributions.

-Th reason for denrlvintr such

churches of tax-exempt status

according to internal wevenue
officials, would be primarily on
fVi rrrmind that: thev Urc eneai-

inc tn activities otner tnan tnose

for which the status, was grant

ed

:0PENING

TOMORROW

A GHOST-TOWN AND HIDDEN RICHES
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Meanwhile a Federal court has

been asked for a ruline that

would knock out a key. provision

in Virginia's "massive resist

ance" barriers to race mixing in
the schools.

White parents In Norfolk
brought suit to have six of the
city's schools brought back
under local control so they can
be reopened. The complaint al alleges
leges alleges that the law which closed
the schools violates both the

Joseph Du Vail,

Retired PCer,

Dies In Hospital

Josenh W. DU Va1!!. 79. retired

Canal employeH died this morning

at 8:50 ( liorgas nospiiai wnere
he had been a patient .fop' almost

inree monms, ,,
Mr Tin Vail tintlva of Ozart.

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inspeuior, wiin uie umbuuivim divi

sion, Tfoy. 20, 1918, where he was
continuously employed until his

resignation in 1922.

He returned to the canal orga
niratifm. in 10?R and -wa ennttnu

ouslv emoloved with the Electrical

Division until his retirement in

1940. Following his retirement, Mr

and Mrs. Du Vail continued to
Hv rtn h- Tailtmti

Mr. pu Vail is survived by bis

wife,: two sons, KODerr ano jonn

a fiancrmar mm nnrotnv

Benny and four grandchildren, alt
of whom live in the Canal Zone,
Funeral services wiDibe announc announced
ed announced later.

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trues uut or wmu ciaasruama.

Another step was scheduled

luuay in wie test, oi new eegrct

gated bus seating laws in Bir-f
mingham, Ala., by 11 Negroes
The 14 are under sentence foi
violating the law and a habea

curpus iicurniK ui ineir cbbcc wb
set fcndflv t

The Rev. F. L. Shuttles worth,;
leader of the- 1 n t e g ration
movement in Birmingham, was,
handed a SS-d av iall sentence

and (101 fine Monday night,
and one of his lieutenants was

given 60 days in Jail. Others;
drew suspended sentences.
A Tirivatelv onerated hiBn

school and another set up by.thJ
Baptist church opened yesterday
at Little Rock: for more than J50l)

siuaentf wna nave nov nwnuB
class this fall. -'j
Efforts are under way to pro provide
vide provide for. education of huhdredt

more students oupiacea ny tne
closintr of four Integrated higtt

schools,

Princeton University sociot
logist Dr. Melvln Tumin made?'
.public the results of a survey!

showing1 that the segregation

Weather Or Not
This weather report for tn"j4

hours ending a. m today is

preparea oy me meieoroioKioi
and Hydrographie Branch of the

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Balboa; Cristobal

TEMPERATURE :

High 85
Low ,., 76 77'

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street nere put up a sign aurmg
the night proclaiming their occu

pation as "me oniy jod wnere you

start at tne top.". s -,

movement's hard core is thej
South consists mainly of low
income workers "with little rl
no education." '4
The element represents about
9.n -warrant, ttt the area's Whit

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High

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