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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00886
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tpanara tfrican

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.




Sst X aIA


DAVID SE-t1l CARD O IKE---This Is a copy of a greeting card sent by David Eisenhower
to his grandfather, President Elsenhower.

Encouraging News Continues As Ike

Nears End Of Critica I Two Weeks

DENVER, Oct. 7 (UP)- The continued flow of encouraging news from President
Eisenhower's bedside indicated today he is nearing the end of his critical two weeks
recovery period with none of the complications his doctors feared.
Plans for the remainder of the President's recovery period will depend largely on
the outcome of conference in Denver this weekend between Dr. Paul Dudley White,
Boston heart specialist, and the -President's physicians at Fitusimons Army hospital.

RP Benefactor

Agrees Jail

young juvenile linq ut I n '
correctional school In' Panama
failed, District Court J u d g e
Guthrie F. Crowe sentenced the
youth, Leroy Anderson, to spend
one year in the jail for Women
and Minors in Gatun. He was
found guilty on Tuesday of first
degree burglary.
The Judge pointed out that
several people, including a Gor-
gas Hospital doctor, Dr. Teodoro
Arias, were interested In helping
the 15-year-old boy who had
been rejectedW bY 1a parents.
However, the youtaas repeated
escapes from a Panama reform
school made It Inadvisable to
commit him again, this time to
a rehabilitation center being run
by Catholic priestA in Panama.
The Judge, acting today after
the case was taken under advise-
ment for a few days, told the
barefoot Panamanian lad that
be felt the youth would be better
at Oatun," and possibly "learn
discipline" there.
"dihatever the reason that
makes you do these things," he
cautioned Reynolds "you must
learn sometime that you have
to live according to the law -
like other people do."
.He added that the boy did
have a home (he was brought up
by an elderly Jamaican couple),
and that It wasn't a matter of
him going hungry. Reynolds
broke Into a building on Tivoli
Ave. and made off with 30-cents
worth of screen.
"It's up to you to learn some-
thing at the Gatun jail, and keep
from being arrested all of your
life. It may seeii, like a heavy
sentence, st for s for dealing a bit
of screen," he said, referring to
the penalty, "but you broke into
a house to do.it, and took two
younger children with you."
Earlier this week, Dr. Arias,
hearing the cae discussed In
court, intervened on behalf of
the youth. The doctor is a for-
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 3)

Lottery Office

But there were no indications Vice-president Richard M
that the doctors would change Nixon will fly here tomorrow at
their plan to keep the Chief Ex- the President's request for a
ecutt.e in the hospital's quiet brief bedside conference with
comfort for another two weeks the Chief Executive and his first
before moving him to some spot direct contact with the president
such as Mr. Eisenhower's Get- since Mr. Eisenhower's heart at-
tysburg farm for his conval- t-aUf Sept. 24.
escence. o
... f'Tho "(a1.y White H .use
-^ ^ ^ ^ ^? ^ .% ~~< ^.

Lt. Oen. William K. Iarriso0,
Jr., commander in chief of the
Caribbean Command, departed
before dawn this morning from
Albrook Air Force Base in a C-
47 to obtain a first-hand report
of the U.S. Armed Forces disaster
relief operation in the hurri-
cane-stricken area of Tampico,
Rear Adm. Milton E: Miles,
commander of the Panama sec-
tor Caribbean Sea Frontier, is
the on-the-scene commander of
Army,'Navy, Air Force and Ma-
rine Corps forces participating
in the relief activity.
Also accompanying Harrison
are L. J. Meyer, American Red
Cross director of operations in
the Caribbean, Col. Donald W.
Shive, chief of operations, Head-
quarters Caribbean Command,
and Lt. (j.g.) Charles H. Hoke,
aide to the commander in chief.
Harrison and his party plan to
return early Saturday morning.

Felon Gets

usrm uy to oWwU-on-i
aixon, who has been actink for
enhower in many re-
aSlic the President's request,
Here on -the;n; e plape
with Ubite, She8ftIt Adams,
tl E~dnt's top assistant,
ald Hl. John 8. Eisenhower,
the Cite Executive's son.
Pa.rrtg complications,, White
Eisenhower will fly
IM east Sunday night. Adams
h been in Washington to at-
teid National Security Council
atid cabinet meetings.

This Day And Age
Just remembered, it's
our birthday. Today we're
30, thirsty, and ready for
l any party we're offered.

Years In Pen;

Sick Accomplice Goes Free

- a-

Jose G. Echeverria, an unem-
ployed Panamanian w it h a
lengthy criminal record was
found guilty of three felonies
involving thefts during this
morning's session in the U.S.
District Court at Ancon, and
was sentenced to spend the next
five years serving in the Gain-
boa penitentiary.
His companion-in-crime. Pac-
ifico Vega. charged jointly with
Echeverria in a burglary and al-
so an attempted grand larceny,
appeared in court wearing a
face-mask. Because he is suffer-
ing from tuberculosis, it was the
recommendation of Acting Dis-
trict Attorney Morton Thompson
that Vega be given a suspend-
ed sentence.

.ais F I Judge Guthrie F. Crowe im-
Studes s For posed a two-year sentence,
and also a one-year term on
M -Vega.
d *w Chance I But both were suspended for
a period of five years, and the
defendant will not be required
Plans for a mi-week official to report each month to the
chance" drawing are under probation officer, as is usual in
study, Lottery O"ice manager cases of this kind, because of his
Dr. Carlos A. Meiloza revealed illness.
'today during a visk to Colon. The judge pointed out that
Mendoza added that the cam- the suspended sentence was giv-
paign against "bolita" and en to the tubercular defendant
"clandestine chance" vendors is because if he were committed to
a permanent one. the penitentiary, and later hos-
"No big fish will replace an- pitalized, It would put the Canal
Giher," Mendoza declared. Zone -government to great ex-
Meanwhile, the chief agent of pense in retaining a guard to
the Lottery Office in Col6n, Luis watch him In the hospital over
A. Charris, said the sale of lot- a lone period of time.
tery and chance tickets in Co- Both men, it wua brought out
ldn has increased since the cam- in court, met on Sept. 15, at
paign has caused the suspenalon midnight. in the Santa Ana Pla-
of the illegal nnibers racket U? za in Panama City with the It-
Col6n, where three different mention of going into the Canal
such rackets were being operat- Zone to see what they couM
eo. steaL

IN READINESS for Fire Prevenrion Week to be observed during the coming week are these
representatives from the five nincipal fire fighting forces on the Isthmus. An enthusiastic
member of the group is "Sparky on the front oL thie Balboa fire wagon. Thci Dalmatian has
bxen adopted by the National Fire Protection Association ant, other fire prevention agencies to
syiibnilbi fire nreventlon. Many of the does have een adopted as ma_%t..bvy'Hre. fiahting

i feia 0jarroli F.
Fire erartment,

'OK Air Forc ame; n ueman Jonn
and Lt. Robert J Ellis, U.S. Army




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Panama Estimates

Tax Drop; CZ

Saying Nothing

A Panamt statistics bureau official today estimated
that tlhe 75 per cent tax deduction in liquor slated foe
Canal Zone consumption would mean a loss of $220,000
revenue to Panama this year. The figure was based on

last year's income from liquor tax
Panamd Canal officials today declined to comment
on the present status of the reduced liquor talks whicjI
have been in progress between Panamd and US represep.
tatives for the last seven weeks.
Yesterday a Panam6 government spokesman stated
that it was now "up to Canal Zone officials" to make tha
reduced-duty liquor avnilable to Zone residents. Tht-
cheaper liquor was provided for in the New US-RP Treaty
which became effective Aug. 23.
Meanwhile. Rufus Lnveladv "I am not too much concern=
Loaay made public a letter he ed in saving 75 per cent or a
sent "as a private citizen." to collar on a bottle of imported
Senator Walter F Georee. who liquor; I am concerned. however.
Is chairman of the Committee in the principle Involved.-I b0&
un Foreign Relations. lieve that the Whnited StaLtae:m
America shoaM eComely ailmihi

"resents te accusation mna L.r ness ana sincernity. *
blame lies with the officials of
my government and that the "You will note that point.3,
next move is up to them" provides that "So lonz as the
United States maintains In ef.
Loveladv pointed out that on fect those provisions of Exe~.e
innumerable occasions he hns live Order No. 6997 of Mareb. 5.
seen reports of complaints onn 1935 .." etc.
the part of Panama that the
United Statrs was not comel,.- "If that Order were revoked,
ine with either the 1903 or the there would be nothing to pro-
1936 Treaty. ili.t the importation of alco-
,holic beverages into the Canal
"Rp"ardles of the truth or Zone without having to come
falcltv of such ac'-uisa.onn it i third in~h Panama. thus eliminat-
an indisputable fact that Pana-:in- the 25 oer cent Imnort duty
ma Is now vil-' tline its comm"'- which h Panama will collect un-
Iment as r eard- Point 3 of '.h1 der the orecnt agreement.
Memorandum of Undcrstandlins
she made In connection with the Even the 25 Der cent lq an
1955 Treaty '-rtricht itrt to the Republic of

Lovrladv w'rnt on tao .'; h' .
"Panama'r crnmmitmentf mn-
po'.es no restriction on where.
inoder iwhat condifior, antd
hrit ,' lI'h bnmonr inniu be ,o/d
to n-rr.ont eltihe f/rr I 'oar
sold at a red- Ct'-"i of 75 nor
sent of the Pantam imnort
dutii. I n 1 suq re rp'-irenf nof
thlie ra,01 Zone hin L1it m71? .',
tr. the inoosnitor ont Ofni such.
rcstrtcftinn i a PonanoIn nig
vrnpncer I (7? noIali -r-rt,/n'
the rc'rlcn;' hero ,i'11 inot
o'nrd f or Paiinom n n
aded c.-stS on such I'qt.nr or'
tho ridj'c (' lounr oin"int that
crrtf'fn adm'in tratle roofst
n'p icr.,Tee'r. i'r confrfirnhan'f
c -n7it. ThnI o ,,'i fn be tfie
Intect attemn/ nt i ndrfinn ft'l

Paqnnmi in m\ ininl and can-
nt, bi i.tlfied if the daraument
of fair treatment were invoked.

'nlied to the .tfffnactiftn. of
th-e "e f'ib4t ot the ft0l1
Zo7re ,,',tbn n vrr'I .1h.rt tine,
I 'nil. n' one lnitre StMs
c ..ein no thp Crwnl Zo7nrne
,r-'e nm.l- .t7eg o nf ffa f -
,".. r, ,-c' of Erre:y
r)-1 %I- ted '7 --.sL_" Trim.

'rr. rin. 9yy/ and sh'el I
,-,, your ,vnporl in brfiv
thiN nbrf."
Hie roncl'iHrip with-
"I honDe -nu m v find til
interest vo.rtelf In thil m
'n bhnlhf of the rhe ivrnts o
Panama CanIl Zone."

They admitted hiding in the REPRESENTATIVES of the various fire fighting jriarzalti.ns pose before tiis Cilstobal file ,nrtr!P'-e u,.o Fr W tih.r
vicinity of the courtroom in track preparatory to Fire Prevention Week whic ti :.opn< Sunday The, and others of theirir ftt randd hu n onrn. a.
which they received sentence units will participate Monday in a parade lhrot.i "re various Atlantic side communities to 1 c i fie t r t LCR
this morninguntil about 3 .m. pbicize fire prevention. Left to right: Roger E. imor, Canal Zone Fie Division; Matthew rder
on Sept. 15. Then they broke in- R. Bahey. U.S. Army: Raymond Calderin, U.S. Navy, and Guillermo E. Beliz, Cuerpo de Bom- y CIS
to the garage stall near the beros in Colon.
courthouse which is assigned to
U.S. Marshal Joseph L. Kincaid, eid ntAres B.d a
and stole a set of keys which n Z IOEh
ofd thetaas se the h car b President Arias Niels Bohr Marks 3 APower Plant
was in the glove compartmentP n Zir bu s P ln 7|
of the car as well as the car bat- P Ordered To Rest 01h rthday A firm of which te Co
tery. They left the battery in ia Panam fia de Fuerra
the grass in back of the garage. s T D PNA nmark Ot a subld'arv, has annol
apparently p ,annng to retrieve Parade To Spark Blaze Fight For Several Days Erk hs
ihe men continued their *cist who first theorized on the m ower plants to b
He rrickf Road until ~structure of the atom. celebrated stlld bits subs'dlares.
trek up Herric Road ntl President Ricardo Arias has his 70th birthday today with tin America.
they found a car belonging to been ordered "to rest for sev-
Dr. T. A. Arias parked in the Fire Prevention Week which and from there alone the entire doardre rodestfor se reetines from the scientists on The annunemnt h
garageway of his home. opens Sunday will be heralded length of Central Avenue. The len days" according t o a bul- both sides of the Iron Curtain Sareent. president of A
letin issued today by the Pres- who turned his discoveries into ; d Forei'n Power Ce
They had practically disman- to the general public on both parade will turn Into Avenue B .et- who turned his discoveries into and Foreien Power Cra
tied the battery, when a dome sides of the Isthmus by parades and from there will go to Fourth atomc power. Inc. makes no men
light which went off suddenly which will visit all of the prin- Street and North Avenue to the The Panamanian President Panama as a possible si
in the car attracted the atten- elpal communities. President's Palace. It will fol-was hospitalized in the San rKin Frederick IX andoueen one of the atomic plants.
tion of a Canal Zone policeman Participating in the two pa- low Sixth Street to Cathedral wFernando Clinic Wedn esdayInrld sent word they would be
who was able to apprehend the rades will be fire fighting equin- Plaza and to Avenue A and fol- afternoon for treatment e o calling later today to brine con- Th thr-t nflan t in- r'-
men immediately. ment and personnel from the low that street to the Canal what was described as "an al- gratulations in person to the tt the fi-st action h
Echeverria was charged seD- principal units in the Canal Zone boundary. lergic reaction" an a- shy old scientist who shares m'erican comn n to entiy
arately for grand larceny after Zone and the Republic of Pan- credit with the late Albert Ein- r o soir-e nf enersv tno
he stole a car radio three days ama, cooperating to brin" to the The parade will enter the Zone Today's bulletin said clinical sten for helping bring about th e rowin- noe s for ne
before the other thefts, on Sept. attention of the public the im- at Fourth of .Tulv Aven'e end' tests indicate that Mr. Ari a atomic s- "r"s outside the United 8
12, while on Williamson Place. portance of fire prevention. will proceed alone Bhoa and suffering from a minor rnl Bohr. at the turn of the cent f th
The $75 radio was the property Amador Roads to the 15th Navalesion as a result of the al- tury, t visthe turn of the cen Tshape tins f the
of Earl Ward of quarters 0765. Accompanying the parades District and Fort Amaldor. On as regy tur, first visualized the shape atemnic pan atre under *
The defendant was promised 130 will be units of the police forces return It will pn tn Balboa Corn- y- ,of the atom-a nuclear sur- Oeration h, th, For-e,n A
for the radio in Panama City. of Panama. the Canal Zone. and mi.ssary artid alone the Prd. President Aris is being at rounded by revolving electrical roiarnent. F^ponmic fa
the DA told the court today, but military establishments. O'Connor Ploce. Rnospvelt Ave- esiden b t Mariso Ring ,* particles, like the sun and its rf -o- -e. will h. Imported
claimed he was never paid. and The Pacific side parade is nue pnd Diablo T oad to Diahlo. tended by Drs. Mario Rognoni planets. 4-rrmninin which er*Bt
the radio was not recovered, scheduled to start at 9 a.m. In Diablo Heights it will foland Luis A. Vallarino, with Drs. will be .seleteri. 'he ch le
The DA recommended an Monday from Plaza Porras in low Hain& Street nd Wlker'Rolando Chants, Eduardo de Al- The United States sent Bohr a piso Ariend on the Si
eight-year sentence for Ech- Panama City. Avenue. The n"xt vi.it will be aJr., G. Gonzalez Barrientos special present yesterday 'show-, neot'iat n of the ,.ei
everria. but the Judge imposed The Atlantic side fire fight- at Los Rios. following Ant and Jaime de la Guardia as ing what American scientists had ran emnets with the crA
the five-year term. ers will stage their parade in and Cameron Streets. It will medical consultants. done with Bohr's theory of oncerned.
A third man involved in the the afternoon, starting from the then pn through Fort Cyvton." atomic structure.
thefts, Rafael Cabrera, 16,. drew Fort Sherman Ferry slip in Cris- Curundu. end Albrook Air Force BALBOA TIDES foh f the nlantsc
a total of 45 days oin ail on two tobal at 1:20. Baes Ambassador Robert Coe hand- 1n nornn-Minwatt pse
petit larceny charges of which The route of the Pacific side After leavin. Albrook it will SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 ed over a large technical volume Iwill be .v"+ for r
he was found guilty earlier this parade will be as follows: From follow nrillard "ihy.'av F-Pan- HIGH LOW on atomlic science for use at :irwomet Fi. wi'-i
week in the Balboa Magistrate's Plaza Porras along Peru Avw- ginal Street, api1 Gor-as Roedd 8:11 a.m. 2:11 a.m. Bohrs' Institute for Theoretical: hia been ret iatrd
court. nue the Bella Vista Theaterl (Continued on Page 6, Col. 2) 8:49 p.m. 45 p,m. Physics. their design
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Two Hearts t. As One T M A AMERIC A
C Ie WASHINGTON Labor News %Sa p

MERRY-GO-ROUND boMnment h A if

W GTON-One of the last the price of corn will dip this fall By VICTOR RI IEL-[ jo .to0
viitoe to see President Eisen- to under a dollar. It is already If the Fund for the Republic
howe before his heart attack available in some midwest mar- caRe blare a w w -icis of t.ie ,p
I eand healthy and chipper. ees at 80 cents a busnel, though of its mrny miaons, ilhave a
SJl d three ba dputt today. the parityP rice is oit mny min, $hve a
a s Z Oud have shot under 80," Ohicily, Benson is supposed to & J i bi d 1 E Mt B C
i e bused about his golf game. support the price of corn at 87 per ning paywrigt, autor o-x idi ot ,
"That better than I've done for ceno o parity, but the farmer who A 111, anor u of -#a- --- : -
erfeeds hogs will be ablet a buy it M&AiuriuanoUIr Unaerain pro1La-addTu
. He as enjoying his Denver at about 00 per cent. in fact, ne'll war. an fo l dfBdV Ug twd o egwm ee lu sI
vac t so much, the President be able to lock his own corn up a always move humbly in the i
c I, that he was thinking of under a government loan of -bpresence wo merwoove s mulyte- Wldes uf ill I.I I i dlm l
stay until midOctober. per cent and buy corn on the open Wreu-snWg uM ainr .o ,Ie l e, IL"iltbasee ~so esde ,
Br g up the question of a market to leen his flogs at much'am uy m ayn. woe n t as e L1ev s pm sh.el Shed er .
term, the visitor suggested Iess. ams L, mtie alo ueuMile o oer -"e
that out of a sense of duty,e season for this goes back to the our cvi imer uies Inond u oneer- -ow,.s.
might seIve another four vears present administration oT the par-. s.. .b.e.. ..u AMlb a es a pra .. l tis- amea
The president replied with a 'iy 5Upporc price pLogram and Ang tne government ofaxarunal
heart ut noncommittal laugh. the factthat Benson's boys, who I," .omiaunisL a icator o u -----
He walked wistfully, however, never liked 1it, just haven t wanted tor o F [ABLE FOR TODAY
abort is Gettysburg farm which, to carry the program though a. wood must have g ood Dear Victim
be sai;, "started out modestly but tin the first place, they abolished reason br this uubite-san.aru- D That'samheofa utatn,
Jun ems to keep expanding." the old farmer committees by lL can 12 rer That's a hell of a sutaton, but I have no other choice slnc.
Jusi ems to keep expanding. farmer mttees by uus 1 a, caadn-n am pm er this a the name the per had the audacity to give himself in
nea wpsn tomers ? tuemsereedmn-nas te tn ,een vlctmlteedhe s surely not the
1RON'S OILD BATTLE istered the price-support program. nU a. netru po th l Box. e toeen vtlmurd, he b surely the
The!man inside the State De- govendm entI aurtasn it tuege out that Robert Shr- 'w *:.- -I 'S-would like to lustrate by re-telling an old fairytale whie
partmht who briefly delayed ree-awho in many cases were "res wntlo d s-vog a, y son a w., .:tme by an old Granny who drank nothing but Darbanoos
pam n who briefly delayed rec- who in many cases were resent- lour-day stay not too long ter he It last 40 yeats of her existence. 8he used to take me on
SE n ition of the new Argentineed by the Lrmers. The farmerfangruy deindncea some u.S.o,- hrkn pothdownyunr
overrent was Herbert Hoover, committees run by the farmers erment officials for u^egS shot fer um, down y unrulndy hair. lop do 1 ounc
Or., Udersecretary of State. got realcooperation. The Bureau- apia Sue wuriu i cruele, usa- Oe upon a V: a bl mean wolf. Every night he
MOne t which State Department crats n. .., O s cepe pondstherewabn I mean wolf. Every night
offieia were keenly aware of was u returns, he wrote a pie Ud to lie quietly e ovriookin meadow where the
that eron's political demise up- As a result, a lot of corn farmers fortune official Yugosv a epherds l. When It became very late h would sneak
set o of the biggest oil deals didn't sign up for the price-sup- ga a. ue .....,.puu..neu a 'w.w baer and alert ea t ratt of his ewa telln them the shepherds
ever proposed in Latin America. port program. If they signed up, u ud taes'-Benge a tu-ml-y wMog ethathe yd we lpene do esthr i l
SHad eron remained in office It of course they had to curtail their trnue, 1 quu nine nere B totthe woopn down uire hctllYde d
would have gone through. corn acreage. If they didn't sign, i r and -- or oojectvity'ssae i g obble all of the sheep. 'This ept night after night after
Act illy it was this oil deal, with they coula raise all the corn -uemotiionauy -o night Ater a w hle e shepherds decided to find a new place to
Stand d Oil of California, which they wanted. Thanks to this heavy -nthe lour uay. that I was in r am the sheep because they could no longer afford the great
hie pe to hasten Peion's over- nonparticipation, so much corn is the LuiiU m. l iiuu m sed nu-- Ao U -
tI-o( being raised that already you can ,ea. aeal of time laughing After te anpheds had moved to another graing ground a
.er had stai teJ to become pro- contract in .Chicago for corn for h my kind hosts wr rich hephe ovc to the townand chose the meadow wherq
Amerl pn mfoJowing the $125 mil- about half the parity price. .m. suwaeor ot "-'here Shall al te heep had bn eaten n the past to graze. n flock (which
lion dit arranged for him by .So farmers who did sign will ,u ,,A' was four times the skets of.arv flock grazed there). The wolves,
the e tDepartment during the simply sell their corn to the gov- IfI no previously harbored -."'-. '. .... *. led by the big meap wof, heard about it and waited for their
Trum administration. Later, the ernment at higher price and go any notions tusaa ugosaavia m"iga"i '-*';* chance to strike again.
Presl t's brother Milton went out and buy cheap corer on te be a drearily regimented, total- In the ati, unknown to the wolves, a great on pack
to Ar patina, 11k ed Peron, and open market to feed their hogs. 1 arian, aiinauriaan po-ce state P EA Seneice, lac. Just acroe the Jorder of the ranch also heard about the fabulous
tu closer cooperation. He ac- This will send the price of hogs I dmcarded such notmns when flock of shqpp that would be ,razed there. The chief of the lions
Wtuall leohoned the President di- way down, and later the price of obsbrvea toe unquencnaoie capaci- calld is pack tosener and told them his plan.
rect f im Buenos Aires to ask that beef. Dairy products won't be af- ty of the Yugosiav people, iaclud-
the rican Ambassador, Albert fected for another nine months or ng government otfiiiaui, bu crack ,4One of the bolder lions in the pack asked the chief lion how
n ho was close to Peron, a year. Joices." he knew there would be a fkrk of sheep coming to the meadow.
not t nsferred as previously All this is taking place in strong n er w o o d was obviously The chief lion explamed that had been listening each night-
ehed ,but remain in Buenos Republican territory, and it's one there out of the heao-cracKing sea- to tWte satisfied growdirg of the wolves, and decided it would be
Aires. reason why GOP leaders are so wn ie went, 1o toe Naniona a- m* worth--looking nt All were atiied with the chief's
Foli g this, Peron opened Ar worried about the farm vote. sum in Belgrade, but not, to e eport, and awaiting the e tsie
do et S.ani seum in Belgrade, but not ttereport, and a a ltg te time stake.
ge doo e to ITS. anital. save laor camps. orll In dw o Then one he 'rich iepherd moved his flock into the
and ed ous the red carpet to UNFICAMB U.S. to the headquarters of the -ress meadow to gaU 'To lO aide of the meadow, on the hillside a-
Hen iser, who an bounced AMBASSADOR Muustry wmcn conrois oe an e w ove, lay te paqkof wlv ready to strike. One the their side
s ra jeep factory in Argen American diplomats who once press or to the offices of the regs of the meadow. beyond the *ow fence, lay the pack of lions also
l i important of all, Standard urged the rt qing ot'ie Iron Cur- n1e a1, Onions dwit waico the AtL 0 ready fr" .the attackk. "" "
S aMifornia signed an oil con- tain are now 'halfwAy regretting it. have no ttek. He did ow there s.one thing Vou must understand the chief lion
iract a countrYtwhich hith erto Reason: The slew inateu i- vist any tf tbhe acke churcnes MAN ABOUT TOWN biggie. For taking siftl pix of his land Jr. (Palook, .- ur was mth smarter Ihanth man wolth m who was head of his pack.
bad i complete government mats who have been looking over or tl ealAs housing tm pirates trend. Thi s i fault to ray's fter&er wife t(Cleua The q orn oalep nl w the wolvei s would wait till the shep-
ae poly. This aroused bitter their shoulders this taumer, or the tcee o t sre rpoleI The orA Khan e yist Cu yvy smine the photog is I Caldwel) ar closer than the d3 herds we aulbepjlore stritring. He knew also that the she -
ppo n, even inside 7eron's U.S. ambassadors thav been the UDBA, or ite' GPU-G.t' o (P )~iswned for, hi Mrcino~ e.... k and tomato uice in Bloody herds would be okg.o for wolves and not for lions, so he
aw m inistration. getting so many suggestion from type torture camoer. re-wed Rita Hayworth. The star, The nation's biggest stock wind* Mary.. . B g niece (Cathy flgau q. it would be easy:for the lions to attack while the shop-
senators and congressmen t1ha t He heard many cokes but some- however, will not file for divorce, er (doing time at Atlanta) it sing- Croeby) and yousa i actor-Claude herd were expectlg waves. as in the past.
J5 M he gave orders that they begin to long foh the good old how he did not r the weeping until-Dick Haymes' citizenship pa g like Pinza. That's why t h e Jarman* are Romeo-&-Julleh-
~ act was to be approved, days when the only people the of wri aD farm'es wnw. a coate hr e. . The rlep F are making a a p ing. . msu o iura, lion pack lay stil, waiting the signal from their chief.
Sfoul of his own highest had to worry about were toui t J ave (l Ab Land ny ir o CO men all ov. th ... Japanese DDoll (she star in Aldo Finally it cam, and e, all awept down and devoured the sheep.
bhe Yaelin tos Petr- Communist dipib To hur am -- Tony a e his Rayv "Three Stmipsabew ')p n Te d pwe hep pherds.
C I n TrSatan Trabe,
She i am la h se ia ts ^*i aing *bout the l attack, iweps
ady tey seeau least wrk in t)-.
as oppoition tohe o They didn' t.ve to give a lot of -Now even though I was the intention of the wolves to take
spread. Finally officer dinner partle a American vial' ed reverence for t eonntention o the lv to tke
in the Army were enlisted tors and the' didn't' have to listen pendence'. The very basis of our clan's Louise oos add her Palmiwe. k . W aournai o t a 'ivantae of the good shepherd and his flock, It seems that the
opposition. to suggestions. national being is the concept that Beach socialite groom (Jamie delightful headline on Britsh com,- fishers. Examines ev g- 6t ithe same idea and they got the idea from the wolves,
The tract had to be OK'd by But, under the 'Russian sermi- independence i synonymous with Murdock) are not being Adult ercial teevee: "Soap. M'Lord?' their se'ives to. commtig oodesand thewolv
s by Sept. 30, and the con- honeymoon t o d a y, all- this has freedom, with national and indlvid- About It! W . Errol lynn w --- problems. So It net the lions got all the goodies, and the wolves not
prw unquestionably was one changed. Amateur ambassadors i dinty In the past 15 years, return shortly to fight ex-wife Li only got nothing, t the whole pack perished. All because the
easo or the timing of the revolt from Congress have been running Yugoslavia has notably upheld the Damita's claims. Been paying her The Washington Line: A Cabinet Telegram from Chicago: "W. chief wolf, who they thought was smart, turned out to be just an-
16. Peron fled office on all around the Iron Curtain area riniples of our Declaraton of n- yelliomony for 13 unlucky years member recently refused to tell Winchell, Daily Mirror, NYC: other wolf looking out for himself.
Sept. oThe contract with Stand- giving every indication that they ) dependence and has done so under . I' Princess Margaret marries No s his financial position. James Dean killed in that car
of California remains n.- know more about foreign relations cruel and seeminglp intolerable Capt. Townsend she won'r h a v dy could fire out y The crash on the coast was sad news -C.M.
ra and now will lapse. than the diplomats. presures." to cook his breakfasts. He likes chief reason: Ashamed td admit for many of us. A dear friend and
Herbert Hoover. Jr.. was For instance, Senator "Molly" Now this is what I don't under- his porridge a certain wap and he it a millionaire They a very fine actor. I now realize
anexecutive in the Un- Malone of Nevada was not sup-stand. Our own government has cooks it himself. (Oh, we know remind you Eisenhower changed what yc.u meant by those remarks
Co. posed to go to Bulgaria, a country the full recordof into's total state, everything.) Gettysburg, Pa. Making it possible a ticket for doing more twhean tI
with which we do not have diplo- its political prisoners and political for Dewey to run s his V speed limit upsor dotatg more thanks for
APER PORK CHOPS matic relations. He went anyway. executions. Furthermore, during a Memo from Mutual Network top Two Nw Yorkers wouldn't be suh unda diB R A N D
Congrssman Joe Holt of Call- bitter luncheon discussion between execs: "We assigned Pulse to take lowed,Netc.w Y .r wDon't forget was nappy when you wrote what
y an write it down as certain fornia got into a tiff' with a Soviet their fr poley maker, Dr. special survey on your return wey's Machine was chieflt re- you did and I knocked you in
Syo re a housewife or a farmer officer and had a cocked pistol Alec B oneoftheirhighe- to the air pt 11th.The report sponsiblefor key's election Lindy'sand at the C for it,
e price of pork chops will pointed at his head. Congressman cret po officials and myself just in shows you theto-rated 's men are helping run theGovt. but Lindy' at n ow you were trying Prf nd oft
4 what this-coming winter Pat Hillings of California pro- some t e ago, they repeatedly show in the time period. You ...Dun", Brownell & Hagerty .... help me. Sammy Davis, Jr."g odem n Trdion l
Sprie of hogs will nose- claimed loudy that the American s tated la w ago was topped all other net works by There are many otherH Dewey men l no yo w i rt
housewife, as usual, wUll Embassy in Moscow looked like t $at ia w a Corn tpe if i y S by Sammy D av Jr."
fraction of the priel pig pen. Another congressman pro- munist nto". an average of U per cent. ... You in _i"mrtan, posts.. .... New it. But don't forge. that the, .
t ba fraction of the price pig pen. Another congressman pro ert Sherwood. as onefflur were loper sens t higer than CBS aYrk's U.S. Courthouse reporters w" Btdn't thehave been so ir itate
or e farmer suffers. claimed in Moscow that the Ameri- former high government officials .. per cent higher than NBC know that a Cong. Committee i oif didn't cam a hoot about YOU
H Ives and farmers can also can people are tired of the Eisen- must havei ha access to all this 16 per cent higher than (rbn R d onnee i ten t ou t on
drop, some months later, bower administration. information Yet he Saysthat Tito is *ia t u ewsapr n" m your al u ht'
rie of beef. These are just a few reasons up held e rinc s of our n ABC. p ring quan t theed s d m ...
bfTsstaffers. mwo claim they l miss you. Nearly every night-.we
ry of Agriculture Benson why American diplomats abroad Declartiea Ind ndence". ut They sa if Paul Galico marries being Pinks a they .- m. you. Na r bv thed w The Delightfuhy Different
jla't about this yet, but it's long for the good old days of Iron on ptforn recently at the again-itll be to his x-wife,re ters and photogs cover the
b ppen-chiefly because Curtain peace. used such aline. He is In Lichtentein Manhattan's plunderworld big-. c calls. Every night there arel
words ms "heartless, soulless, lnow. . Ael-Wenner Greta, the glee will be involved In headlines eaccet. Ar S rma y n rn ljry -il
-*****o-* -us, tyranny" n*d*sc* 'o i bing Amer Swed" industrialiasti reported s oo when Police Chief e n.. a e a
ican with whom he diagrees, very ill. .. A midtowu -"ity of So ut h Hackensack (N. j,) o the v (as t li it
Juwriters hw Tt to hs.brneofat when photog wasrn attacked by a U.N. releases a big story ... J. Kirk- (Continued on Page 6) TIL VR
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ai c inaw a year-long battle by Sir Winston Churchill
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600 National Guardsmen

Maintain Order At Strike

f de sape finesse
against perfect dopnse of e gnd ne heart
.or thd derg n ta d the 10
Ofo Ialarestia Il Mace i 1 C Otr y at the
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d e. After all, even experts assumptiOn that declaktr was try-
dfeB8 ve err.. .... _P ;~g w dummy's 10 of
in (be hand Was played heats M= ek. Declarer now
Calyert Curry of San Angelo, Tex- saitchd ,t cades, losing a fi-
ts e error took place butf it nesse to ug.
nstf took good pliy by C&rry ld Wpst cad defeat the contract
take advantage of the error. yeoU att his moment by returning a
were playing the hand, what.er- heart to Ef$'s ce, but West
ror would you expect, and h6w couldn't tell what the'heart situa-
would you take advantage of it? tion was. West made the rather
natural error of leading another
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and declare won in dummy with tricks, puttift the ace of hearts A
the &ee. He saw that he needed to sleep.

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NEW CASTLE, Ind., Oct. 7 Caldwell at first demanded the
(UP), -.-Six h hundred National plant be closed completely. and
Guardsmen kept order at the said the union would not tolerate
scene-of a bloody strike riot yesa- "strike-breaters" int he plant.
terday while negotiators bogged He warned sentiment was run-
down in their efforts to force a ning high and that "those peo-
truce'. pie (the rioters) might co me
Major Paul McCormack, who back."
called a guna battle between dem-
onstmtaos and non-strikers at the Authorities confiscated a quanti-
Perfect. circle Corp. plant Wednes- ty of guns, ammunition and clubs
day "th darkest day New Castle inside the plant after the wild
has hadIjince the 1917 tWrnado,' two-hour melee in which four nona-
annotgte the company and CIO strikers and four strikers Were
Unite Autd Workers negotiators shot and a state police captain
failed4o reach an agreement. clubbed.
McOtGiack then extended the
"Imitdf martial law he involved Hoffman said if the non-strikers
earlier when the Guardsmen roll- had not fired at the "mob, it
ed inla town with Stermnan tanls would have destroyed anything it
and Halftracks and took up posit- got its hands on."
tion at the foundry gates.Guardsmen, who rumbled
A strict curfew, roadblocks, and inThe Guardsmen, who trumbled
ban s o n into town before dawn with two 49-
aludn ahe of intoxicar s was ton Sherman tanks, had orders to
clud rthemasyorso rder. e allow only a small force of main-
Mcorick. said he will -ke P tenanlce personnel, chosen from
it wapl .loed today to non th nks ofboth strikers and non-
strigers wbo have kept production .st ak.s..nsi.de he. lan.
going on a partial basis during the strikers, inside te plant.
we cldloeavdoes of t heh The guard was caUlled out by
peacefulosiuato we have todayh iGoa. George Craig, vacationing in
even with guardsmen o t e H lorid, aains he vice of
scene. spokesmen at a i v iedHand ey, who rushed to the scene
uscn spokes a e veiled and ad voiced the belief the sit-
threats during the negotiating ses- uaton was in hand
tPo tA ey for.wh t ht happen All taverns were closed and a 9
if the lant. w, troopers p.m. curfew imposed. The road
,los e hotd. afr the riot, as blocks were set up to turn back
joeO..i.. out-of-townera who might be bent
Earle in the truce meeting, iti on trouble.
apea an agreement might be The Perfect Circle company
Progress was ade makes auto piston rings and its
Progress was made throi n -plants at Hagerstown and Rich*
compromises to the original Ibe '"., also were involved in
mnands. of the company that it be the strike
ailowe to admit a group of new s
employes hired since the strike
started 10 weeks ago. and to the
uann demands the plant mu st
stay closed.
But in the end the parties failed'
to get together.
No further meetings were ached
cCoarmack said he would ree-
omaxwd the the guardsmen re-I
e'rW-.w leat least the rest of t i ,
"b',/,1 te. tasrg* dflley, who
acmd .n the absence ol'the gov-
- Caldwell. a uion'linater-
austlsui representative, said the
UAW igold be willing to limiZ its'
piat I to f e men, as requir-
idb a court order, if the sem-
_alowed is theplant onlyI
thesetetrers o the 11obe-
fern the strike began s 2Y5.
Clrgd goffman. attorney for the.
saRy, said Pe.rfect Circle -
woeld edmit-tW dd suployes but
w ted Z3 others tired as repIae-
ments foro wetrkers who normallyv
would quit their job to go back
to school.
The eompremin would permit',d -
A timsed

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opposee Ancon U ) day, ct. 20. Thru Panama C- moderate rates. Phone Gambs
Tel. 2-2011 .- .. l6. nal with lunch 10... PORTO- FOR SALE:.-Girl's and boy's bhi- 6-441.
BELLO TRIP: L.ave Colon cycles; also 1954 Triumph Tr- hrpnel's furnished houses on
II----- Straners' Club 9-30 a.m., Fri. ri r motorcycle 'good H. o ,Ing hur Tlsenhsn
RETIREMENT. LIFE Oct. 2I. Visit mins of Porto So7l-- and obapa.cntIe beach at Santa Clao. Telephone
J,_ fasclalng pr anion.ef -mileage. For ,s than half pri. Thompson, Balbo. 1772..
EDUCATION INSURANCE "Tho MlackChrt. Rturn same 2.3775
i I night. Trip, lunch, dinner $15. FOR SALE .GERMAN HART. FOR RENT
Is r..5 / ludes mPORTOBELLO TRIPnk, $25wn- direct import from Germany, ex-- w-"_...__--
.e Pa . uderultime... Phone Jun Jim,.n- client sl .. $15 a.;e FOR RINT:-Offices i. mn -.
to $21 as'ACUAibnl Trl Panlma. Apply Faote El Halcon_
[ciadsHit iCL yl FPT SHOP, 49 Via Ip ala, 9-12and2-6. Phone 3-1179.'
TSPVatr ad.f t liei FOR.RENT. .Phone 3-5411.*
H ouses FOR RENT
D1A. and sl e A RENT.:-- droom calt ES, largest lectin at lowest Apartent
(Pilme r G_ .au. i 2 -Porches, living Lro dining prices; cat and deg supplies. A p.. ... ...
a r Aer n"e Tela.. i room, kitchen, maid's room. AC U A R I 0 TROPICAL PET ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
fon T heatre $120. Carrasquilla No. 140. SHOP, 49 Via Espalla, Phone 3- modern furnished apartments, 1,.
rI Can be seen anytime. KeIs in 5411. 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
tSPORTS BAXTER, S.A. front. Phone 2-2724. FOR SALE:-"Cattleyas" Orchid Phone Panama 3.4941.
a r.ck i- s m MO n FOR RENT: Completely fur- plants in bloom, $3.50 each. FOR RENT: Comfortable and
thones 244& 2-2542 nished encrete house (chalet), Santa Fe Florist, Phone 3-3355. cool one-bedroom apartment,
Leanm RiD la at two bedrooms. Road facing Pal.- suitable for couple or small fam
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL tills airfield, No. 109. Call 3.- ly. Calle. Darien No. 7. Apply
Riding 6 Juisplng dlses deoliv 0553. WANTED_ Phon 2145s Panama._
a to 5 g.m. Phone 3-0279 FOR RENT: Completely fur.
ornby im Z eApartments n t .
Pa^ .namaI Zone si 'h"'sils and liKNeonse 1bpd om,
PIa WANTED:.-American bachelor living room, porch, dning.g room,
(Continued from Page 11 wants to rent furnished apart- kitchen, gar ge; rdin, hot a-
AIt M L IDUNNI ment or small house. Phone Pan. ter. '. 9th iStit. Sa Francisco,
HAKNEI- & UWI to Fourth of July Avenue., fol- 2-1956, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. near bus stop. Pwi 3-3356.
I A..LRnOOM DANCs STUDIO l* owing that street to the start- i--- ---- s a.... -.
C-AsM ScHOOL. SUITE! II Ing point. D" B I FOR RENT:- Apartment, on.-
| a ra- -o-" 3.1. im It has been announced that if RP Benefactor crete building. near race track:
d..Jo CEl ana.i UHotlllweather prevents the parade ,i 2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
| uIo El rPanam, Hotel from 'belng held Monday eve- (Continued from Piage 1) drp, Apply flntrinational Jewal-
ning, it will be postponed until], ry.,'55 Central Av"..Phone'2-
the first morning with favorable mer president of the Lions' Club 1 .3. -
weather with no change in the in Panama. __ --_ _
time or route to be followed. IFOR RENT:-G..-inspected fur-
The following parade routeel Acting tin this capacity, he wished one-bhdrpm apartm nt,
S' ,have been announced In orfir, made veqratl quiries in Pan- kitchen. No. 17-18 4th of July
for the various Atlantic aide amf City, conferrin also with Ave. Phone 2-5133.
S-mnunities: Judge Clara Gonales Behrin- .O
y" Ste^: I > )Volont, l Saet, Boll-o er, who "lfe]&Pj the t PoSltJon O ered
I !b LL w ER l i var Avclu. a ton Drive. Juvenile l IAJmil. ,lef6rm T .f,
I mapl l llm LU O I Monte Lirlo 8tre, De Leaseps Home in the city. WA l -- .T ,r.'
Street, Gorgas Drive, 11th Street. WcoXtM el. "Ti.
t3h St. No. I I e rloSr D Le.n.. -,,oe tei." hn
at 0h 7 No. Central Avenue (Broadway) and She tdcf the doctor thatt Reay- conpat o s pl -erpli-
Tel. -097then to Bdlivar Highway at 16th nollds had ecap d on.several oc- no-qbo.e n pipM r fat rsil-
for a complete line Street. casions and ce 'there are no futi e-lgagegli. p ve'ftor
n screws S Rainbow City: Bolivar Hith- physcal barriers at thS reforma- 8 p.l. te' matlag% -M -.
Sbolts.hway to Randolph Road, d 'ld tory, there is no guarantee that ana Cocktail heeng.
S thence o k TrinidadS.treet. the youth would not try to escape 1
1Nevis Stret. Barbudh 8 *ret, again should be confined there.
and back to Randolph Road.
Coco Solito: Circle town on Dr. Arias told the court today 'SI. I Od
TYPEWRITER First and Sixth Streets.o. T that in view of the boy's past M PY
REPAIR nr | -Coca Solo Naval Station: Tourrecordthe Lons' Cliticould not =M f -
rlytUNDU PO ST STAUGANt reservation and then foilnw assumeW s res'porlibility in ask-
BUILDING Randoloh Road and Boyd-Roos- I ing that h-- be released to them-SAE.
Tel-T" RE C AI eV1c9 evelt Highway to Gate 2. Fort I l 'l
G.. KELLEY,. Manager. ulick. .. He added that he agreed S JA RI.K E SI ALE
Fox U.S. Personnel and their Fort Gulick: Tour poste leav-1 with tho Aetin District At-
depEndents Qt. Ing by main gate on Oulick Road torne's -recotendation that
to Margarita, Reynolds be'sen dt to Gathu a
Margarita: Brazo. Boulevard Public Defend Williamun. OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Espave Avenue, Alcora Place. heridan, r., also agreedam Showaes, Water Coolersa
S e will wru ave Your Margarita Avenue, PFlri -street I *t wo uld r, aonn gren n rt i w8atea, e C, o& o r
S FOOT-TROUBLTE to EsJP Avenue aduack t"be consistent to e tee lesks, Y&E & GF
coFns, alloum, nails Bolivar Hihwav r oppose the recommendation of
| .-CHli.PODiS roi Daviar Iter mealtat ounsel," h esaid. "The boy would 0 ecuive Steel Desk
IT EsiM moN N tour postand o toatun alone ndup living n the American Oak Desks
RTEPEDIA NACIONAL Bolivar Highway and Jadwin streets tenoa Desk
Jun As .Road. 9S. a-n oe i day the boy was at.- e Stenographer's Desk
Gat Circle New Town re i a d, his guardian, James Swivel Chkirs, oak
turning to Bolivar at Swimming Ca, made belatedap- tationary chai
aler An hl PoolRand thencerto Lighthouse stand him referr "I to the L aiOak table
alter Winc l Road through Chagre andy youthful defendant). Do what- Lale
S(C.. fr The parade wM il dis pse i ever you want to him." Flipg Cabinets steel
t f soay the smehing he ark Commtm ot f The barefoot offender listened a National Accounting
the fquietly to the Judge's sentence, Stoc ard
cares, I had the right of way The following general time uietld wasy to the Judge's sentence Stock-Card
To hospital or morgue. schedule has been planned for an ws marched out of the Calculator
TL i the Atlantcl side parade: Colon. courtrooms, apparently oblivious Frden Calculator
Cables: Gina's husband Is 1:15 to 1:45 p.m.; Rainbow City of what had tz'anspired. National Cash Register
furious over the atten- and Coco Solito. '1.4Q to 2:10
a married director! The p.m.; Naval Station, 2:10 to 2:30 Royal Trpewriters
ae ever Lost His Head p.m.; Fort Gulick, 2:30 to 2:46 All power accessories I po1
r another woman. ... Collier's p.m.; Margarita, 2:48 to 3 p.m.: Bmploes Time Clock
SWlly Cedar is doing Paree Fort Davis. 3 to 3:25 P.m.: and will be available in (Busines Machines)
Nh ncy Nugent. . An in- Gatun. 3:30 to 3:45 p.m.e atWater Cooler
v, iildon io n ino homosexuality .
London) has been quietly HERE'S DAVY AGAIN the all new American Couch & Arm
T. oo' many big people In- -Chair, Wine Color
ad. . Gregory Simms (all BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -(UP)- 1 9S 6 F R D
way from Rome) submits one A teenage baby-sitter rushed out Mahogany Rhow Cas
our Madvertising Agency of the house after Dr. and Mrs. 8' *1 12'
es gag: "Porr, Wieck, Sikk & John Gulash just as they wee COLPAN MOTORS
i" . Paulette Goddard leaving for a night out. "There's a Pluorescent Display Lamps
yiag kneezees with Christobel strange animal in the bathroom Fe IT AT RA our Tubes 38"
eiaga, Spanish dress de".si-,and Im afraid to gm in.' she tomld SEE IT SATURDAY
Halle Selassie sent Ie them. Dr. Gulash calmed the girl from 3:00 p.m. No. 38 Automobile Row
ring as a get-well gift. by explaining that the "animal'



FOR SALE:-1954 Bukick Read-
master Riviera. Power steering,
power brakes, electric windows
and seat. Original price $4500,
will sell for $2450. Take small
car on trade. t6-3115.

FOR SALE:- 1949 Austin 4-
door iedan. Many spare pif,
$450. 86-3115.

FOR SALE: '51 Forder Foar
with radio $500. Phone 3-5J41.


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i FR A *-. l m Brake adjutment ha been'.. Touchl t r also
frigeraor, .25 yl make ,04d duced to one pointon tach dtium are available.
seend re;igewat r, 20. 2lr6- by adopting a fixed anchor lea- Dual exhauts4or. better econ-
D. C6o9_1. ture to replace the adjustable omy, faster a- M Mion and
FOR SALE: i Maheany Rving anchor pin. This reduces the higher top speed a standard
- sem . Call 5 5-4 41aora ai bilty.ot Poorly aadjusted braed. on Montclair and Montereys and
24- C4fiel.: Likw W on ,the Custom station wagon,
, ..... ..... k A double sere en saran plastle T'ey are availlabI at ext~a cost
filter in the fuel tank filters the on other Custom models.
FOR SALE:--5-p. Raft HIvig gas before it enters the fuel line Another exclusive in. its field
rI oom sat. 1 wasstimaho ef-; keeping out Impurities and even is Mercunry' power. lubrrcatdon
Ierator. 2f-cycle. CaMl Dliut 2- luterCng oau ut water used, by system; Optioal ,equIpment i n
240 after 6 p.m. cond pesation all models, the Multi-Luber .lu-
SFOr SAr _. --d~A- io- new 12-volt electrical system brieates chassis bearing auto-
FRi SALE:-60-a le e*Oa- in the 1956 Mercury makes the matically by merelypressing a
"Deal ar'wio N P -4 engine iuch easier to start un- button on the Instfusent paioel.
4 M;O.W 4 IfT., S i Qor der any weather condition be-. New sealed. beam headligA..
omatic washin m Qeenil c.sd 1U ItI increases crankingl speed having higher low beam! wit*ut
I 1.yeaa "1200. Cal.n' 2-44,;M b y e. .rcent, glare Into oncoming traffic are
S544.C. Dia ble, poppet valve In the power standard. .
4 C. a b brake unit permits the brakes to Tubeless tires are again stand-
rei tain their vacuum reserve ard equipment on all Mercurys.
much longer when .the engie is (Aladino)

By JOHN F. BONNER which will catch most eys, how
S ever. It's a bold line, hqp*v ae-
Take a rear fender, aweep It cented with chrome stripping
long and clean to a high, sharp and leading into one of the big-
climax, and you can give a car Rest taillight, arrangement., on
a virtually all-new look. the market.-'
Then add engine power rlt Under the hood, the" Ddg
of color, a boudoir inter"i l4-d features bi oger, h % "r I res-
cor and at least one compeltela sion engine than lS up"I
new development like -. .' or instance, from INI to i28
button transmission .'- horse-power 0n thg pJed
and you've got a han of- Ram V-8. With .e'
fering for the 1956 autObila feur-barrel .carburetor, t po*-
market. -. er rating is boosted Sp 0. .pFr
That's what's been tba by saim oo th e r running, n oi
Dodge, Chrysler Corp.' fdlet mounts have bieeg. -." is.d
debutante of the new MNiet from two to thiee, and ill Dod
year. It will be on display here carburetors feature a ntw D oWr-
at Colon Motore in ss a flood let.
and Colon soon. "" The Dodge has a esbdony
As with the 1955 model d ac ride, soft am a baby bllay. The
spells "style" with a gca l: front wheI tk At ae
The ear features 4 di wened slibuy 9 f t jIt
colors in 16 two-tone and II and llad hr i. dlb-
three-tone combinations, m a% etring.
of them similar to the brigJt Other new feature' Icluide a
hues which sparkled oS sity 12-volt ignition m fety
streets last year. An all-new line door locks, sht1 e d' i y
of vinyl interior fabric cliMe frames and a huge l ".do-
iUons Is offered for 1956. tee I apartment.
It's that upswept rear ftn1. i)
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sodan. Radio, hydramaffle, wit
well tires. Color: black. A 'ver
clea car. ,
I gig!Dodge CORONET 4-dooi
sedeb: Whitowall tire, mew up.
TIBLE. Radio, overdrive, signal
ll.h,a new top,i new upholstery.
COUPE. Leather upholstery, ra-
dio, hydramatic, whitewall tires.
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Caola.r No.21. _a_ WANTED' Mad vo35 s- ero Glide.r fo -do'.,
FOR SALl:-Dinl. nmom table eed Mst heew
vantl. meaN table. desk, 3-com- 4 106 1.t N. 94. bc d be. "m,&* Mne
parlmant wardrobe, collapsible 3-2 fm 2 p..m. I p.m. P- t- _----
dining m table, 6 chairs. side- ,------ i NO REIAT"ON
board, mideM china closet. I D A1
Sinle powlin machine. All best OR.. I ALE M1~lEAOAIS0 -.(UP) The
mahkegay. Via C6rdova .4120. IO 0 Silx Fat Dutchmen, an old-time
--ats &i Motors orchestra in southern Minnesbta
is composed of 10 members, ald
FOR SALE: Bedroom, living. FOR AL: 1- 1-ft.. plyey. sky. One old-timer sid he
roem, cough. ra. lb, tc. 9015 type eo ard rei t -m. doesn't know where te orchestra
Apt. 9th Street. Reesevelt M* with whdafhld. me got its name in the first place
Ave., Colon. Phone 347. etrels, sl ig. wheel. tall. -because it started Out Owith seven
FOR SALE~- Mahogany dining L N6 203. members.
room st: table, 8 chans, china
cablan $f o. wIb seol ta.e,- NEW STANDARDS SET
trees $15; baby feeding table
Msi5: |arpt n sweeper ',. IN MERCURY MAO ELS
*Ieotric clocks kitchen, mantel
5$2.50 each. 0590- Anon, Tel. -
2-1310. nThe riding comfort, had ,1 off for long periods, such for
- --- and road holding ability for overnight parking.
FOR SALE:-Duble bed. marine, which Mercury has built a re- Merry also -of ers-a a.lic
mattress and condition. 810,i,. p tStio ear. .eit y aeq, sets p'the.,rian*IaslonE'.- tech
Balboa Road (Ciqde Unipn n even for mercury one .dtgne'for' s)nothby re-
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SJ cv! Is. *- dring:ad o i A
FR Ai'-Houehold rural- g ,_ de a 1 try rlde ne~thrbttiuoe, t erc-
FOR SALE:- ouse ui odal ride newHthrottleein- -er-
tun. reasm le'. t of 4th July or l road. g-leaft 0Matc transa on the
tune, '' d*t A Ieatlcal- automalF( g sNoi r In
Ave. No. 59, Apf. 4 ." .., a_ .a-aom a t _.m o .n
A. No.. A 1 ,y lyatt~i os "tensionf-and dou- all speed rapela. UPs'Uom
FOR SALE:-Threo-pla- ce& b absorbers pro first to secorl hii'gieeB0sed
tan: two chairs. Andeou. ilk lt u to a ",hu: ,r 36les
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: E IWI^ .0MoU _s EAR WITNESS: Marilyn 'I
NBA Staff Corresp det skine, one of the finer emete.s,
promised to shed some excess
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- poundage. . Dorothy Dandridge's
elusively Yours: What Lollo's got, exit from "the King and I" doesn't
Lollp's displayed enough.of! mean an exit from-the Fox lot.
Gina Lollobrigida, the shapeli-She's now being considered for
est bit of femininity to whirl up-to "Under Two Flags" and "The Blue
fiternational movie stardom, want Angel." . NBC-TV called off
to slow down on the curves and plans to star Zsa Zsa Gfbor in a
put the accent on acting instead series titled "Just Plain Folks."

of sex.
'1he public they will thik I
can only love that I cannot do
the grat dramatics," she confided
to Buvt Lancaster between scenes
of "Trapie in Paris. "Well, I
am now g aig to give them some-,
thin to *- mr mbe ae by besides

BIG-VOICED little Judy Garland
proved she has the temperatment
for live TV by collecting friends
as well as a reported $85,000 when
she made her great homescreen
dbut on a CBS-TV spectacular.

mA m y.. 7""/ The network had heard'frighten-I
ing tales of Judy's lackadaisical
Gina's curve-hugging circus cos- working habits, but they love her
tumes for "Trapeze" show more today at CBS. One of the show's
see than sequins, but she's, said associate producer Bernie Gould,
to he serious about finding a big swears it:
dramatic role. And everyone in "She didn't hold up the camera
the Italian film industry knows for one minute."
Lollo."-. I Only concession Judy asked for,
What Lollo wants, Lollo gets! and was given by show bois Harry
S_ Ackerman, were night rehearsals]
Howd* like to see bing Cr0sby "because I still suffer from lnsotn
playing' t sports writer? Pars- nia and seldom get to sleep before I
moun developing a movie plot 5 in th morning."
abouton . Dick Hfymes Miss Show Business sang all ex
she 1aa t warble a song cept three of her 18,'sons "live."
JOay for him. The "Swanee, "Get Happy;' and "The:
ty Little Lovers," ex- Trolley Song" were warbled to'
lplafeiv thing 3. Jack En- playbacks because o 6.the acom-
trattet lislng lb bring Orson paying dance routines. But it was
Welles and his magic act to the more like Hollywood than TV dur-
Dunes Hotel in, yeas. remember ing Judy's finalrehearsals. A sign'
hi once 'sawed' Rita HAyworth outside -he CBS stage read:
in halft-o USO camp shows? . "NO VISITORS. THIS IS POS-
Paramount did a d loubake wheh ITIVELY A CLOSED- SET. NO
$64,00 winner Cs a. ard cM. CXCEPTI )NS."
Cutcheu(s dvlsors mt -4 410MlO And standing beside the sign was
pries tag on him for a bit rie a burly-pdliceman- ,.
as a Marine inThe Proud and
the P*f a ine." The idea was .ROCKY MARCIANO'S agents put
shelved as too expensive. a $2,000 price tag on his TV ap
pearances. "Ye gads, flipped
Lu, CRIU N m-aa-dI Spade Cooley, who was thinking, of
about .und furom in lace the Rock for his show. "For $2,000
front ,irts; so that's what thelI'd FIGHT him."
boy wears when thej show up at' -
parties Italy Inside reason, Jane Russell, back is town after
for the bi push to get "Sere a flykg trip to New York for the
Aade" the can is Warner Bros.' opening o "1eatleiesMany
plan for the Mario Lanza starrer Bruanettes," dismissesthat scandal
to hit theater screens during the mag plees on her wM., "It's tooj
holidays .. There's talk again ridiculous to bother/ &."
of filing "What Makes Sammy
Run," amqther at Hallywoodl THE "OLD FACES"of veteran,
shocker in the same league with movie stars are leading the pa-!
"Th Bign ne." rade at theater box offices and
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Dry Skin Needs Constant Care f
Women who have dry skin find and oils and special soaps, sham. dry-skin, gals is a bath oil made!
Ital it's a 24-heur battle keeping poos and cosmetics night and day. just.for them..
t taMtlon in ahd. Nothing put Here's another product for -these The manufacturer designed it
on"t outside of the skin can per- women to add to their battery of to have a lauolin treatment do its
Maanently replace the skin's own anti-dryness products., work on hands, kpees, elbows and,
oais, which they seem 0o lack. heels while .a gE reclines in a
For this rdason,t hey use creams It's one of three bath products scented bath. I
9 made by a well-known maker in One warning: like most h ath
a citrus and spicy fragrance. The products, it .has a very strong'
line includes a perfumed bath aroma in the bottle, but when on
oil and aa after-bath friction, but the skin after bath, it's perfectly,
fI E JENlDS the product that may interest the acceptable.

The practice of children who
live in the same block of tele-
phoning each other several
times a day is one parents
should put a stop to. There's lit-
tle peace in any household
where the telephone rings con-
stantly and Mama or Papa la
forever having to chase down
Junior to get him to the tele-
phone to talk to a kid who lives
three houses away.
Let 'em walk over to their
friend's house.
Lens Problems
Solved By New
Math Formula
Max Heraberger, of the Eastman
Kodak Co. research department,
has developed mathematical for-
mulas solving lens development
problems that eluded optic re-
seariceh for, 100 years. I
Drj )jrzbergWr's system makes
a complete lea.& auysls by trie-
-nlnaa-liht-.ya uthrou h a Imr
nd applying his formulas. The
former method req hired the 'trc-
ing of almost 1,000 rays.
it's ditto on home screens. "A fad-
ed movie star," a big TV execu
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S* Mrs. Geitrude Allgaier won the
Cl fCt C -iw-,.--' et it Pot.
al ^Two letters from members now
reaming in the states were of
4 St lko' ~ were from Mrs Loretta Waltham
61 f34, ranama much interest to the club. They ,, *.
and Mrs. Pauline Homelin. Arti-
-- cles for the Emblem Club Ba- Mla .M U E
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U. q gimi, la.ia, 1 P.l i.i and .falas i' L..a p4Fmp4 l6 4I i aL. Muriel Arnold and Mrs. Pauline #i',S ..eGm of
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OCLAMATION OF CHINESE REPUBLIC'S ANNIVERSARY 'especially on the Atlantic Si d e, of t committees working M dayewi
BE OBSERVED MENDA Y4T EMBASSY RECEPTION principally through its annual on the Emblem Club B.a z asarf The Monday ,,n g .. Se win g
BE un-raisingOBSEVED drive, the ,Penny- o-. wbich is to he held Sunday after- Gro-u of the "Church of Our a-
The Ambassadoz of the Chinese Republic and Mrs. Wang cial. This function has for three noon, Oct. 23. h' viour" a d o t. $agaret's
Teh YIn have issad Invitations for a reception to be given on years furnished an evening's fun' There has been Y, v- tL'urbh f'ilI meel on ay, at
Monday from 6 to p.m. In observance of the 44th anniversary for young and old alike, sad has lad things are progressnw nice- the hoe M R. Limerick,
of the proclamation of the Republile of Chins. provided the money for the schol-- y. ther r -- baooth adw o ek de Wba -gn DrIe lew Cris-
S The reception ill be given at the Embassy residence at arship which each year has been booths boot hite
Via Espafaand ivra Mndez Street.wa th club to a radute boo, ake g rcel post th, w n e ted on the waterfront
of Cristobal High SchoOl. elephant boot, p post next;o the C-ristobal Elementary
Ne ed Group The be named However, this scholarship is on- an fish pond. school. The oup will meet at
BIitin Newsmedla Group The little girl will be namedaiv one of the Club's three fold Delicious refreshments were 9:00 a..
eced By Harridtonu taun, Michele. purposes-the other two being the served by the hostess es Mrs. Peg- Friends of the Pariah are cor-
Local Publishing and radio exe. --- formation of active and interest- SPrim and Mrs. Jean Van Der dally lovitd to joa.
tives and representatives were Caribbean College Club mg study groups and the promo ayden following the meeting.--
0 guests of United States Am- Prepares For Active Year ion of an interest in higher edu- The following members w e r e Atlantic Camera Club
assador and Mrs. Julian F. Har Prospective members will be cation in the minds of the youth present: Mrs. Fannv Kaplan, Mrs_ Me.ets a Monday
ington last evening at a reception the guests of the Caribbean Col- of the community. oroti y LaCroix. Mrs.nVirginia The black and white division of
honoring the visiting newsmedia lege Cluh at its October meeting The literature study group has Busson, Mrs. Slea Wainso, Mrs. the Atlantic Camera. Club will
roup from the States. week after next at the Red Cross functioned actively s i n e the',Jane Huldtquist, Mrs. Gertrude me Monday at 7:45 p.m.
The visitors left early this morn.- rooms in Cristobal. founding of the organization and a tia-. Mrs. Jeanne Bens en, .Thrty-four prints judged by
g by plane for Lima, Peru. To be eligible for membership, his planned to devote this years '* -riun, White. Mrs. Peggy Frederic Calvert, CheSt*r, Pa. of
a person must have successfully study to the "Isthmus of Panama: Prim, Mrs. Mildred Droste, Mrs. 'he Photographic Sotiety of A-
eflains Announce Birth completed at least one year., or its Fact and Fiction." a Msa tunsa Mrs. Elari e Halford, nmereca have been returned with
f Fifth Daughter equivalent, of college study. ( The garden study group also Mrs. Baarra Sarich, Mrs. Midge tape recorded comments on each
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McClain of, Mrs. R. L. Brians has recently plans to continue functioning this Larrison, Mrs. Jean Van Der print. Special awards will be pre-
Gelf Heights have announced the been appointed Chairman of the year while other groups wil be Hayden, Mrs. Alberta Roth, Mrs. sented.
birrh of their fifth child t hi rdj membership committee, organized in accordance with the Emilie Brooks, Mrs. Bernice The subject for the monthly
laughter, at San Fernando Clinic' The Caribbean College Club has wishes of the members. Grier, Mrs. Jay Cain, Mrs. Hen t petition Geerali and
ist Friday. become well-known to the public, Ver Fagerberg, Mrs. MillieRecc Mrs.ry Ce the follo-Messrs.Ming will act as judges
nordAt o Vera Fagerberg, Mrs. Gerry Cel- Messrs. Martin SawyatI s& a a c
SNewsmediaGroup lucci, Mr.s Tessie Lower Mrs. Levi and Joho L: Leach.
H.vonored At Luancheon Helen Crowell, Mrs. kathleen An invitation ti etended to vis-
Given Elo aiaot Hotel H man rsDot Cogher, itors. a et to vs-
El Panama was the scene yester- and Mrs. Gwen DeTore.
E day of an elaborate buffet lunch- The October Social will be held COllege Clubs Meet
eon at which visitingof newsme- Oct. 1 with Mr. Midge Larrison Tomorrow In Balboa
I. dia men and women from the and Mrs. Bernice Grier as hostess" The Caribbean -Colege Clu b
S States were honor guests of the '. will be the guest of The Canal I
U I IIA Hotel Z-- Zone College Club at a ,oorning
rIntheiabasence of hotelmanag. Don Juan In Hell' coffee which will be held -on to
er Charles Cunngham, Mrs. Au- Is Nest Highlight morrow at 9:30 a.m. 4 the Bal-
Sdrey Kline, chief of the public re- Of Interpretive eadgboa Y.M.C.A.
Stations office served as hostess. Recorded selections from Don
S Besides a vicious dish of a- Juan and Hell" wll be ard and been selected for -
_1. .......na ..-w toldiscusited at the third meeting of[whchabensetd oO-

Invitation is extended to milita-
ry personnel and their families.
and the public, both" of the Canal
Zone and the Republic ofPanama
to attend the lecture presentation
and workshop nmeeting.
Women's GromqE .je .
Dessert Aid Cds -
Mrs. J. Bourgeis and Mrs. E.
Ettinger were hAosteses.or desert
and cards to thae-lbott Woman's
Club Card Group on Thursday at
the Hotel Rivoi's Garden o oom.
Bridge,; -Blivia, canasta, samba
and scrabble were enjoyed by the
following-.]adles and -g4~ts, Mes-
dames: Sally Crane, Dorothy
Trim. Maxine Fitzgerald, Helen
Barrett, 'Ruth Jenkians. Florence
Klipper, "l anche SciEillg M a j a
Nordeng. Kay Daniels, Ed i t h
Brown, Lois Fernandez, Lois Van
Horn. Edith E.pp le y, Maude
Clinchard, Cecile Lowe, Blanche
Wright, Mary Morton, Jewel Good-
enough, Maria Days, Flora Hock,
Emily Bolton, Marguerite Pouche,
Peggy Parker i Ltb Bourgeois,
Else Ettingeri ,f Row ley,
Pstellp Frankel, Marie Wentzel
Naomi Frangid., 'Lbrrainb Zent.
Janie Jamison, Virginia Boney,
Betty Bright. Gloria Brown, and
Elizabeth Benson.
Beginners Class
la Contract Bridge
Starts Tuesday
A new beginner's class in Con-
tract Bridge will begin next Tues-
day, at 7:30 p.m. at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center..
Instructors are Pvt. Robert
Friedman and Sp3 Theodore Pit-
telman of Fort Clayton.
Members of previous classes are
invited to continue to p 1 ay on
Tuesday evenings.
For further information and reg-
istration, please call Miss Doro-
thy Brickman, Director of Activi-
ties. Balboa 1072 at the USOJWB
The public is invited to j o i n
the new class.
(Additional Social news on P. 10)

'Strike It Rich'

the 'Interpretive Reading" series.
under the direction of Frederick
Berest, at the USO-JWB 4 r m e d
Forces Service C e t'e r next
Wednesday at 7:33 p.m. The re-
cordings have been loaned by Mr.
and Mrs. Charges Latham of An.
In addition to listening to such
"-its standing performers ad Cedric
Hardwicke, C h a r I e i Laughton,
Lnarles Boyer and Agnes Moore-
head, who are members of the
cast of "Don .uan and Hell." as
heard on the recorded program,
there will be the continuedd study
of the lnterpretatlon of Poetry,
the subject in the three months'
series of "Interpretive Reading"

S Y ou u -..,d JM 4 .o.,
hoet eab, you will enjoy thus adventsageg
The iron glides smoothly over the fabrics.
Tie rha doesn't dras or tick. therefore
you'We through much .mon. ,
Cloth keep clear loner becamus dut
and dit roll off the ATINA finish..-
Apart from giving your garments a "lik..
give thm a cean,
freh fragrance. I

Boy SATINA tedip end ye.
will nomete greater ease In
yovr ronalan nd belear
eppeoemee in yw l deihe

rroz con poulo-so-"ni"'S ..". --
the visitors-the acting-chef of the
hotel had achieved some decora-
tive food presentations which were
also a surprise to Isthmlan news-
folk.laiage comfortable lo ok in
white hen seated as a on a nest
of lettuce on the buffet table turn-
ed out to be chicken salad clever-
lv sculptured( to resemble the fowl
of which it was made. C los eIly
placed sections of hard-boiled egg
whites were used to simulate
feathers. A red comb. a yellow
beak and a quizzical expression of
eve all composed of food-com-
pleted the big hen.
Further down the table a spec.
kled fish from the same skilled
hand revealed the presence of a
fish salad. Ripe-olive halves alter-
inated with hard-boiled egg-white
to give the effect of scales.
Attractively decorated pastries
preceded coffee and liquors.
Cristobal EImblm Club
Holds Me qflg,
And ItlMtIV
The Cr Eniblen No
52 held its October business meet-
ing and initiation Tuesday night
at the Elks Rome in Brazos
Heights with President F a a n y
Mrs. Gwen DeTore was initiat-
ed and.j.elcomed.into the club.

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complimentary cktail, delicious menu Aacdrraga
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poker roulette crap tables
21 (blackjack) chuck-a-luck
slot machines of various denominations.


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SSet For Tomorrow
Las Damas Civicas, a newly-
formed welfare organization,' com-
pleted arrangements today for a
"Strike-It-Rich" program to be
.presented tomorrow night at the
Jamaican Society auditorium.
A winner-take-all strike-It rich
novelty will be featured at mid-
night. A door prize will be offered
for the first couple to arrive.
Proceeds of the prograi-wl l be
used for charitable work during
the Christmas season. Dor ao'
for the function were made by Es
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Empresas Graham, Sastreria Loa-
Sres, Matmor, American Supply.
La Parisien and Cafe Harlem.
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a intvcheon given at Casa del Periodista yesterday for the visiting olpe actt by Westerman
Concerts, agents for the show. Guests included .newsmen, k'.namt of Itlta, Publc'rInforni-
-tlon Otficerq of the Canal and military agencies anm the U.S Inf6orta Service.'From left
are Hfgh M Hall, srcretarV for Westerman, Maj. Aitnur Dreyer, PIO, Qa bbean Command,
La Vern Hutcherson (Porgyi. Martha Flowers (tei', John McCurry (Qr wni, Ethel Ayler
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He accidentally bypassed at'ro6d doed" .dgn, and the car ended
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Americans often aren't athletic
simplybecause there's no space to
be athletic, according to two site
development egigneers for parks,
schoabLsad other recreatonal fa-
Jbhnim MFadzean and Robert E.
Everly offered that explanation to
a critipmat at a meeting of sports
champions with President Eisen-
bower. It was said then that
Ameritan youth is "a generation
of spectators rather than partici-
pants." n athletics.
MeFadiesn and Everly quoted
the magal ne Parks and Recrea-
tion a; saying there are only 644,-
067 acres shfitly more than
1.00o oqfte miles devoted to
m-ulepal parks and recreation
areas, And many acres of that to-
tal, tley said, are devoted to mu-
seums, conservation areas, 1*00ooMs
and the. like.
The problem is not confined to
the csite, the engineers said. Many
suburb now aru feeling the pinch
from falling gto provide fo parks,
plsy ds" community e.erf
or othbr ppic recreational .loc-
lities." '
"American youths are being
forced jo watch from the sidelines;
or grintdtmnds instead of perform-
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Slal-Colea gave a practical demonstration of NEA Food and Markets editor During the past 20 years wives C
R ears a gasoline fire started by an elec- A casserole of richly seasoned have been told over and over again' u s',
Ma1t Fires trial spark. In a second experi- kidney beans is a dish. fit to set how important it is to be "nie to . ..a e e to
weeks meeting of the cirs- ment he proved that gasoline before a king. Hereua recipewa come home to.
SColon Rotary Club was held fumes fall to the ground rather like and plan to have frequently. The typical picture held up to LARM ,.Wyo..Oct..7 (UPI from N1 T York to Ban Francis- "8 ., 5 4cmA W I.
Colon Central Fire Station than rise into the air. now that summer is over. wives is of a woman iWa clean -A U= Alr. U ans DC-4 to- co. tP.t bt.eiqeolr;dm, lr- .l t
as. prelude to Fire Prevention Hih demonstration continued Baked Kidney Beans, Eaglish Style and pretty dress, her hkJi neatly day appeared to. 'hlavebeen 20 The wreckage was discovered .- .rs
S which starts on Oct with an illustration of what hap- Yield: servings) brushed, her lipstick fth and miles ff Its i e n t by Lt. C. E. R Weed of the, .
sident Les Davis first tank- pens when ah electric circuit is Two cans (20 ounces each) red glowing, greeting her husbandwith crashed Into Medlepbw Peak Wyom1ng'Afr Natitnal Guard, Wt10.l plane ,
el, lon Fire Chief Luis Ducruet overloaded. A 15-watt fuse was kidney beans, 1 teaspoon salt, % a toothpaste-ad smde, and wait- and killed 6 ppr ,l ithe flying t fighter lane. He 1Wiut, e '
tIr flowing the meeting to be blown and replaced with a 30-watt teaspoon dry mustrad, teaspoon tIng breathlessly to hear all the worst dma.ster in.V fSt'via- saw a back smudge where ..
h hmat his Station and Ducruet fuse which chieff Douglas empha- ground black pepper, lu teaspoon details o his da. tlon Istory. t hit the peatk and pieces of It'it no to
in assured Rotarians that he sized was very bad practice. With onion powder, 'a cup diced green Well, that's a pretty picture, all Commertcial plane 1t qup- wreckage that slid 200 feet down A Ofit.o .ofW de .
wa always pleased to have them the 30-watt fuse in place, and the pepper, 3-ounce package spappy right, and there must be thousands posed to mace a. ritt g angle the Bide of the precipice. ..: fle wa no
same electrical load, a section of cheese, ; cup tomato juice, of women over the country creat- turn to the east to a9eid high Tftai, was still so rough T bury. Al h the plaer wn
arians H e r n ie Henriquez thin wire in the test circuit very 6 strips bacon. ing he same pleasant little scene and treapheroa s peak of the after the wreckage was found o '.d-astwa ~. But a. .es
ony Tagaropulos were wel- soon started to smoke and nearly Heat first 6 ingredients togeth- day after da." and hen wondering Rockes.. according to.a Civil A- that Mal. Marshall Frderick- ewop,: -32t.' .t .k '
back from leave, caused another fire. er. Cut cheese into 2 inch pieces hiplessly why hu- holtecoming viation Authorlty V4%. son of. the Air Force ordered .- . req
guest speaker was Bo b The meeting then adjourned to and add wth tomato juice to the husbands don't seem to notice the It,-aa.s beli the :plane mUtafflt nlaes out of the areai-. na re
l, Chief of the Coco Solo the .\ard of the Fire Station where bean mixture. Turn into a 5x10x3- picture. Or why they are so reluc- may havei'bm of -its Fredev Ira also ordered 44th t .rni e ,..,
1 Department, who, with his fires were deliberately started and ch baking dish. Fry bacon until tant to sit right, down and star coifre .'ad Into 'b Air Rescue -quadron paramed- t-L area we lt -4
ant Robert Walker, g ave Rotarians were given the opportu- half done to remove some of the selling he pretty picure of a wife fierce air, tv Itoei and tes of _Lory Atr Force Base, I. ekE* ed Is. the ,ueme "ctoW tl
lub a brief but comprehen- nity of actually using the three fat all about the day's problems and around.-thft m tatanas., Denyeo--he commands the res- "Ito -thlr a United DC-(wBtt'qowb
S aiwcourse in the theory of fires tppes of fire extinguishtes which Discard fat and arrange bacon triumphs. Wyoi aeroibt l ,detor cuheqtadron-not. to ump be- A Ut C ae ho il une d1951. lrllng mq 50
ad ;he methods used to extin- they had seen demonstrated up- over beans. Place under broiler, Well, honestly now. what man George Nelson -1^ lIttle cause the air i so rough. Msa. C. "c w l I ngera'and crew member
g" them. stairs. To prevent any false ideas 4 inches from the source of heat wants to come home to the same downdraft" could d lp ,atvlV "We've already got 6c dead o.flU d Mrs..Donald A, near Fort Colin, Co.lo."
*. them. on the subject, (Chief D o u g l as l to brown (5-6 minutes t. Serve a pretty little pieture day after day? loaded plane into lf;ice of and we don't need any more -:.. .. ,d-Ms.- .
H demonstrated rut-away mo- stressed that a fire extinguisher strip of bacon with each serving. Once he honeymoon is -over he the peak. The.,DC-4. had only kllUed.y' he said. -'There is a
diof the three main tys of was a first aid measure only, to We've always liked creamed po- picture is bound to grow dull. one emptY df4t7*fhgn#it, cnrash- heavy, cloud deck down on the
ffie ntinguishers The aSod Acid be tried while waiting for t h e tatoes, particularly with cold cits. Variety Is The Spice Of Life ed.' pak. Uples we bring, those
t used on ordinary household Fire Department to arm. Ty seem to belong together. How much more interesting it Cabl n DC-ae not pres- planes in. we're going to kill i ,
fie t the Foam Type used on Next week's meeting, cornmem.-The United States Department of must bet o any man not to know surlzedt-nd they giBire aust somebody else.". - D.ragLo tlii
fire_ involving inflamable liquids orating Columbus Day, iL belAgriculure gave us this recipe: exactly how he is going to find fly a co tiparatively low.llttude Pilots' who made low passes le -". m
aad te CO extinguisher which is held at the Strangers Cub at 12:00 Creamed Potatoes (Serves ) hi. wife when he comes home from to manti0 enontgh. oxygo for over the wreck area told Fred- so* .^- -' " :V"
and o ele a fires. on on Oct 13. w Creamed Potatoes (Serve whiwife when he comes hom fo m n_ .. me oa t "j' u
se4 on electrical ires noon on Oct. 13. I Peel and slice 6 medium-sized work. the comfort of pa ngers. erickon they could not et far
Also showed, by the use of The guest speaker will be James cooked potatoes. Make a white One evening she may be rush A spokesman far Uftldd .Air enough down to see any bodies. W ,
te tual equipment, how a fireAmbrose, a student of Cristobal sauce by blending 3 tablespoons ing around happily getting dinner Lines sad that while the DC-4. "The peak Is so rocky It was
alar is turned ir and what hap- High'School. and his subject will melted fat with 3 tablespoons flour, in a hurry because she has had gener '-tryto fly about 10,000 Just ai..f thev smashed into the A 'eritee.to be held at the -..
Sat the other end of the wire. be "Christopher Columbus" in re- Add 2 cups milk and I teaspoons he most wonderful afternoon, and feet th r.- occasionally flh-'. as side of a buldlnfe." Capt. Jos'nh eCt"tobal Union Church on Sjn.. ,don one boat,. ( launch
i Plowing this Robert Walkerlatlon to Panama." salt. Cook. stirring constantly, un- as she hurries about ashe is as high as 15.000 feet. Medicine Cosgrove said. "I'm glad we did- 071 at'-30 pJn., will. mrt the sgn da -silt barge t1h are
r ---til mixture thickens. eager as a child to share her day s Bow Peak is 12,005 feet high. n't get any lower because It d of Work there und r the dobeing offered orsare by the
Add potatoes, and heat You Can experiences. A thorough. inuvestlgaUton of proAbly Is at horrible asiht." autsIlees of the Cristobal Union
vary the taste and add food value the crash was scheduled for to- "The.turbulence was so bad cturoh and the turning over of morning a n the office of th
Visit our DISPLAY during by graing a little cheese or onion The next day she may be in day when rescue parties Inspect i bo-uawe us aroud consid- the church property to
into the sauce, or stirring in jeans, working in the garden or the wreckage and begin remov- erab F and we had to si e oll- tMe4liau Methodlpt Missiaon-of ore s in
cooked peas and carrots or putting the finishing touches on th ing bodies. CAP members guard- out outer to mi out of here. P aalbc.
SGE W i N G W E E K chopped parsley just before serv- room she has spent the day paint- ed the. crash area through the "We got In there lust na close tibgn t Inthe program Tw ot launches berng sold
5tW IN O W ttl\ ing. ing. neht. as we possibly could and still will' be, Wo. be. Union frhetodPolce p
Another evening may lind her The worst previous crash was couldn't identify the .largest O 1uAth the. C al oe and laucthe-ol 'aicZhe" and "OI-n
stitching up a new dress. Or all of a Northwest Airlines DC-4 in- portion of the plane Intact. of tsh MehodistChurch,
from Oct. 10 to 15 and win as u ad av oen
from Oct. 10 to 15 and win a dressed up and in a "Let's have to Lake Michigan.June 24, 1950. "All the wreckage we siphted te R Mr. OscaC-r.-. Olsen, pBoth were .afllVeaapth
dinner., out night' mood. Fiftv-eight persons were killed looked like it had been burned. P ,of h ioa. Union Clurell, o w ad rsanw
A wife like that isn't spending In that one. The plane anvarently noqed into i:iO .nd the Rev. William b tily bo.he eh itpnYard.
MEW YORKER "Super DeLuxe" Sewing her time creating pretty pictures. There were 63 passengers and the site of the peak head-on- Aof te Wes-
SShe's living her own life and hav- three crew members aboard the at about a 90-iegree angle, and odt Rrch Pan- The launch U.S. Troon, which
cingh n and her husband is glad United Air Lines plane en route then exploded." a'd vering the sermon. was built in 1931 for the Health
I Machi'ine.n our FREE RAFFLE. ^ ? v "atoi M see her as he finds her. o '.-
Mah3 nor R ER F L .Allirights reserved Thdi'S~rptur'9LessonwillbeBureauwalaterused'bythe
NEA paTstor at Trinity Methodist 1c Ofaflee for visiting weather
Cz rin 's F n ChurchColon and Dr. WalkerSta s In Madden Lake. It is
% A9 D eath M..AIdekG, pastor of the 6am- 39 feet long, has space for 16
boa-rUnin Church,. will offer the
"-s I At Iowa Wedding o -- prayer, A history of the rito edwing "Thorobred' gasolne
1-0, th Central Ave. Tels.-10 -133 s t so y u The crash of a United Airlines master near Tokyo, June 1, 13 senttd by Norm B. Davi.
N.....E. -(.-h~,DC-4 carrying 66 persons in Wyo- Eighty-seven servicemen died in CUmaxing.'the service, Bruce The fourth launch being sold
Married, the "someth sold" he m yesterday a.ead, to be the crash of a similar plane at Sanders, on behalf of the Union Is the U.S. Bass, a formerDred!-
marri t fa hi the worst civil avao disaster in Moses Lake, Wash., Dec. 20, 1952. Churoh of the Canal Zone, will 15. Division craft built in 1938
___________________.__CL wovenfo w es atn ntedStts history. sixty six servicemen and de- officially turn over the i ow tse Mechanical Division in
AsT T Tilly woven foroR aussiaessl 6 oast Tehe death htll of.. is top endents were killed March 22 of of the Cristobal Unin huh boa. It was used to tansport
czarina 60 years ago. ly by $he number of casual ties in this year in the crash of a Navy to the American Methodlit Mis- len to floating equipment and
The suare of satin brocaded a 1933dirilble crash, four more DC-8 near Honolulu. sion. of Panama, represented by to tow small barges. The Bass is
AeHT sYT he a th od a brocaed recent military plane crashed and Sixty-six servicemen also were Lould Fiske. The choir for this 40 feet B length, haa Superior
with silver thread in a poppy pat- e crash of a chartered British klledon Aug. 11 of this year inserice will be under the dire- Diese nder engie and
The souvenir was given by ai Ru ane in 1950. the collision of two U.S. Air Force tion of 0. E. Jorstad. with Mrs. the 4.apglty r 40 paseegers.
sian officer to a French officer The worst previous, American Flying Boxcars in Germany. C. J.. Genis at the organ, and '5 ; '
SJUST LIKE YOU-your whose wife t 1929 sent it to civil plane digasar in the conti- Seventy-three men were killed .obert MacSparrin at the pta- The boa fo aB te e.a-
M:. J UlST K Y daughter .here Mrsi Cuson mental U.S, ocn ed on Jaqn 24, on April 4, 1953, when the Navy no lnule th
.rsCi.Eis want a hot drnkyo IM0, killing 5 a when .a dirigible Akrounerashed off the All e1bers of th Union lue a
... Emer gave it to the Northwest A-4 crashed New Jersey-Coast. Church of the Canal Zone. as and has a Chrl en-
Si mr or the Omei that little girl next door" when she be. during a storni't ke cli- -Other major U. S, eivil aviation well as the general public, are glue and the cap ty our
l B-5 -- l B i^ c11 ame Mrs. Gordon Osbrink. igan. disasters have included: invited to attend, passengers.
Sbuild real Energy Rseve The worst civil aviation disaster 56 'dead-crash of do0n-scheduled
I J I5 S e t Nel t N i' ,.Ever Rad) ''on record war the crash of a char- Airlines DC-6B1 at Wake Island
iget Nesi s.Everi tered British plane at CardiS, July 11, 1 95.
S.. i.. s ant-just W 3 t Wales, March 12, 1950, in which 56 dead8crash of non-scheduled
E R EBrCADY *,.W" .--" n'UO Ne Y(OU=R S soccer fans were killed as they Curtiss C.m maado passenger
S tetpoonfuls in CU and" returned from a game in Ireland. plane at Elizabeth, N. J., Dee.
The highest death toll on record 16, 1951. This was the worst of
THE INSTANT add hot water! It's deli. DAU iTER 18 in any aircraft disaster is 129-in three crashes at or near Elizabet '
:0 W..,voitathe' crash of an Air Force Globe- which occurred within a fIo u r.
1 -CO CO Ak u"h ou'l love thato r|ich i; 1, iW/i ,, toaloft119 dea ths.e .f a
chocoae flavor! r015 dead-Eastern Air Lines DC'4
rammed by a Bolivian Lockheed
d Right m the cu about.these h mate lighh ng, National Airport, Wash-
10 dP Right0Lf the U|I a #. these IF a te ,/ inton, D.C. Nov. 1. 1949.
0kti LA Ilb. one Physical Fati l55 dead Transworld Airlines
HOLE MILK AND SUGAR ARE ALREADY IN IT i Is( '% i Constelation. near Cairo, Egypt,a .
i __ __ __ __ __ _.... __,_,__,_r _" fIiA l h vP I# ]Aug. 31, 1950.
W'U VUIU '.53 dead-Eastern Air Line DC- .
do off San Juan, Puerto Rico, June
e q C 53 dead-Easteid Air MrNE DC- -
U ) 4 ,near PortD deposit, Md., MaY
52 dead-Pan Ameriean W r l
Airways DC-4 off San Juan, Puer-
St th R o Itieo April 11, 1952. --

S52ei dead-United Airlines DC-6,

I T YO Ur CHRISTA ASONc aaeyon, Utah. Oct 2 WI.
, ,,, ,, HHwithout f'rst instru.i g her 50A dead-Capital Airlines DCr "
or three tues a week often o 19d7. aLa aArn the interesting Warier bedOly bef only
"iWe now have on display many NEW GIFT ITEMS i h a sinin leaning, tr avtAsn pm. m the eae tha n
S health charm and marriage gr, "Helen of Troy" this eate eoo rm eu s of.
1eseirth sneatres in the world where this acroas which'. love
And be sure to telh rto of w._ be shown.
use Zorra for the douche, .shows a mat surrounded by the When elen of Troy" is pre-'
You can mnail Gifts to the States with a value Its principld dlaovered by a dHAM MONTON, N. " names of all the ciltes that are sealtd we feel that th people

up to $10.00 du rantiseptic nef an The ditp system. T following is a letter from fulflled. .
yet soi s delicate t losal telephone operator, The story of Helen of Troy, Premiere a truly., world-wlde
,Wst ei THEM FOR MAILING h te key p ersan in e "the that Jau ed thou- event that hao not happened

tAND GSAFE A R A ho-sne mntml Cor Councilmen recently .Bared ; world fr thrty centuries. i Is a wonderful rbute. It
SAND sGUARANTEE SAFE ARRIVAL douce i'", ti before the New Jeru Whe Warner Bros. ben to a the ft demenstrion thd
waer f O oy InAd I ARRIVAL douchegbeoretheNe Jese At urn this mater-work of an-d lam "Helen of Troy" our Induetry.
water O yo and tiesom mission are tory and story-telling Into a has created a new International
at.. andsenthe re motion picture, weknew tat the lnd-mark in entertainment
micidal and deAderiing so- two sirens and rings aell eyofthe -word would be on -Ja-k i. Warer.
A ction de ZOrz. ZoNr ummer time, at wrkorkay the fire o. home. chi Or efforts; that our efforts, (Me-ui
helitiife-or erisk deorsndg c. 'throws a switch which b
SH PPING EA LY helY p g ,-7r f e- lM-n't risk offending any tin.! GO r
LI* tioa by 6staady uLINsC fall 24-hour poefctin am a cO thes-fireMe t. -
'all geeII I on Mtact. Use underarm odor with MUM., Officials asked the POU1C' 'fte
aseIo as on as net. Used oneh dailyNfra the1cp -an,--teNe w
mas make a d. os.d gay nt MMtTelephone Co., to coatido i -pros
ay; e ake a a odor bac a service which was awarded
we two iush. dtool r franchise rights gra it in
out ris .ther t M-3 Is the secret
I I-Un f.t *I DdElusive deedwant lW ID
octor's discew 1-
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4aew 1911 4 frd Bleg |
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erdt o '. Bvonett..as,
Iodate dkeahprtfkeb6r of sa'hi-
atrvr at tle Univerity o( Cv ira" o
Medcli Cenler re.
BeMMett, ma roeet .radio serla,
said that mandy death could be
p rented by compulsory psyh
tic followutu on all persons who
attempt suicide. At present, hb
said, m t suicil patients are re-
leasljm emenc y hospital
where tbhby are out t physical dAn-
ger, -and qmany of them later s.c-
Ied In FIng tbqmeselves..
Bennet sald many.' lives aho
eould saed if plhyicians aed
the pubis more often iecognized
'and acted upn th~d danger sigals
of severe depression which precede
most attempts at suicide. ,
The Navy has found that stand-
ard oxygen equipment for flyers
works Unfer water, says the Na-
tiona Geographic Society. Pilots
pinned In submerged wreckage
could breathe halLan hour await
ing rescue.

Everything for
Safety in the net
19.56 FORD

from 3:00 p.m.

Completion Up I. lsurce
&,* GO I(UP) -Price com- nwranme Co., Mfeuke, Wis,
a i "busting out all over" said much of thUi -rtee tompeti-
ithe ordinary life insurance busi- tion centers in theM -ealled "ape-
nq, top insuraief executive clals," many of which represent
,r i I- the application to life insurance of
,M E. Ditnen, vice geident principles long familiar in the fire
1of 4dM rthwestern Mutual Life and casualty linea.







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: Ine flezy adventures and fabulous loves of one of the
- world's most fascinating rogues are revealed in the How-
ard Hughes presentation of "SON OF SINBAD," release to-
day at the C .NTRAL Theatre, 1:10, 2:40, 4:43, 6:46, 8:50
p.m., with Dale Robertson. Sally Forrest, Vincent Price and
L. i St. Cr in tup roles.
With its lavish production and tantalizing display of
lush lemininc aeouty glorified in Superscope and color by
Technicolor, offering has been termed a magic carpet of
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Earth Is Plowing
Through Coinet's
Gravel, Prof. Says
California astronomer says the
earth is plowing through an "inter-
planetary gravel bank" left by a
comet that passed by some 93
years ago.
But, explained Leon 1. Salanave
of lo.'-rison Planetarium, it iqn't
necessary to run for cover. The
worst that can come from this
astronomical bulldozing is a
beautiful shower of shooting stars.
Salanave said the earth crashes
through the "'gravel bank" every
year. The resulting shooting* stars
are called Perseids because they
seem to "ome from the copstella-
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Usually takes place in mid-


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style review in Salina, Kan., where tht Aids bowed oI dresses
they had made, Sandra Shilling wore something no other girl
had-a sling. In the sling was a cast holding her right arm. She
broke the arm when she reached around her neck- to undo the
slide fastener on the back of the dress. It stuck. She twisted
her wrist to loosen it. "Cr-a-ack" went a bone In her wrist. She
couldn't move the arm. At the hospital, the dress was cut down
the back and the arm put in a cast. The dress was in no condi.
tion to be entered in the contest. But a friend basted it together
and entered it with a note of explanation. It won second prie.



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J TWIE al.d '.."Tom Browa's
O. W it;.-
telecast recentB '
n. siber' the story? ;t blew
t lid off the brutalities condon
et'y the public schools of 19th
c tury England. At Rugby, Tom
wa forced to Oing a song while
his lows hit him with bread pel.-
lets and other handy missiles. His
hair -Was pulled; his ears tweaks d
and. uoxed. The sales of his fet
wqre; whipped. A "roasting" be-
Ifoesan upper class in's heat
fiin landed him.-Jn the infirm,
ry. d asked for no help. Th b e
Code'commanded silent e n d u-
Sand the "stiff upper lip."'
*o14 here's an odd coincidence.
At 1'very time that England was
mistreating Tom, uncivilized peo
ple in other parts of the world were
doing the same thing to their
younIsters. In painful ceremonies
abtlhopologists call puberty
rites,'" their witch doctors requir-
ed submission to anything froa
the stings of poisonous ants to tra.
ditional knife cuts. They, too, de-.
inanded the silent endurance-
that f'stiff uppef lip."
CURIOUS, isn't it? -One wonders
by. Did the primitive people hate
their children? Did the civilized,
Victorian papas and manas who
blinked at their public schools' ar
bUses enjoy having hurt inflicted
on theirs?
I don't think so for a minute. I
think they loved their children.
And that these deplorable "puber-
ty rites," both savage and civiliz-
ed, 'had a protective purpose in
They were, I suspect, "prepara-
tion" experiences-"briefings" on
the hurts that lie in wait for the
young who are unequipped to
meet them. They said, I t h i n k,
"Now you know what an enemy's
knife, a malicious person, poison-
ous ants can do to you. Now you
are ready to learn the arts of self-
Certainly Tom was. In the holi-
day that followed his ordeal at
Rugby, he demanded boxing les-
sons. And on his return, used
them to knock out the bully who
had persecuted him.
LET me be clear: I disapprove
of inflicting pain on children. I
think that Rubgy's "puberty rite
were outrageous. But if I've read
the real intention behind them, I
hail it with "Bravo!"
For we go to the other extreme.
Our youngsters get no "briefing"
at all on the hurts that lie in wait

One advantage Of
'movies is that w unravel of
the mystery Is done by*thepicture
ond not by thcouplein the bock.

A 202 H. P. V-8
will be in the
1956 FORD
from 3:00 p.m.

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Re mel Tofh s do oe v ptgra. d' h
iBrom barnmd the facts In 61W 1 reach yeA--Zl AMt un-
4m< b m at t. -no leoued that, his derway at 8, p.m.
MNdt your Mon? oes he kAow Also on -the Wam wl be
'.t yet? Ca he C n hih fO] mnororut jfsS oy
sui]g, ad !attworWat h Washlngtpn. ....
ww *t i..... The program Io 'dedlO thd to
It.',, Tuale .Tom". keMn Org W Wv ma-,,o. hb
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Itsaian recipe to piepa this delicious disb!
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use ingdit U of a >highest qslty. Che fy-Ar-Dee
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ccOM the 6uuain in par a t and,
Sbut this w r The Spartan ak was
tppediw for 2. gain on- the Wolverines' five-yard-line.

Composite World Series

Gilliam, If, 2b
Omer, I
Campanella, ec
PWfo, rf
Hedges, 14
J. Rq*biuon. Sb
k-Zlmmer, 2b
Amoros, If, cf
Newcombe, p
Beasent, p
c-Noak, 3b

'4pooner, p

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l-arnt, It
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Gareim. p 1
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R. Coleman, p
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R camrn 2
r, p 2
arm vp 33

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7 24
7 27
2 25
7 27
7 37
7 24
8 22
4 0
1 1
5 12
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a-At bat for Rimzzuto when Martin was out attempting to
game, hit by pitch for Rizzuto in 4th inning of second game, a
of fourth game.
b-Singled for Bessent In 8th inning of first game, hit -Into
Inning of second game, popped out for Meyer in 7th Inning o
c-Ran for Kellert in 8th inning of first game, walked ft
ond .g e .
d-Ran for E. Robinson In 4th inning of second game.
e--Ped out for Morgan in 5th Inning of third game.
f-Tripled for Kucka in 7th Inning of third game, grounded
nia o Wf., -- -.
g- -an for 2. Robinson In 6th Inning of fourth game, ran
of fitlu game.
h-%A ed out for Morgan in 8th Inning of fourth game, fto
ning of fifth game.
-omered for Grim in 7th Inning of fifth game.
-Grounded out for Turley In 9th Inning of fifth game.
t out for Pnlder in 4th Inning of sixth game.
1-Walked for Skowron in 5th Inning of sixth game.
*m-Grounded out for Zimmer In 6th inning of seventh gaz
n-Popped out for Grim in 7th Inning of seventh game.

An To Mi. ii Proves Look. Like Oklahoma Never

college Game Out In N.Y. ntendsTo Lose In Big Seven

NMW YORK (NEA) Whle with itotre Dame in South Bend in KWh UN kinson from starting practice for pitch.
mighty Michian was beating M- the return match in '58 bill. NEA Sta C sepdent Maryland on Jan. 1. But the only thing that will
SbtoI a photo fing be- g Wet oi l Okalahoma wa supposed to be Oklahoma i mre rugged op -
rel Army w a engin eerinsg ankeed Sta P dlfl o years. .Be FBE the seasonstarted, 10- rebuildln this ftall W um d tion outide the Big Seven.
another aeUat atdoan Arbor.a u gallon-batted Oahoman were to ufoldan entire new backfeld Oklahome got that whn ofre
The Cadets going to Michigan i DHAM l ANf NSW~ .YOR pannging a t Miami ad the with reserves match. Tee me twice shaded the Sooners,
Stadium further stresses the non- University jammed Yankee Sta ange Bowl n ew Year Day tickout linemen wert graduated. but the difference was no more
college football i Iuufor years brao bt ia the na Here, unlop lot of robust But any existing doubt that Ok- than a bounce of the bad. Mary
Nw t f.ilnesat. both rott- youn men .are ut,. Okalahoma lahoma was not as efficient as ev- land was loaded in the Or a n
wThis Ab tremendous attraction Ba the former only lastaut and Marylandptt their r was dispelled when te Soosera Bowl two years ago, but net
original was scheduled for Yan- it had one of the most prof tT duel of two years ago. manhandled a tough Pittsbargh enough to take the Sooners.
m Stadium, but the Duke game n m freshman dnet eve as ms up betterthan all the side that smacked California and Oklahoma has the perfect set-
of two years ago convinced Col ed anywhere. r d the btpee stIon Syracuse. up-local boys eagr to make
EarL B31ik that the Bla ck -leaves New York City with wgiKh prevails I wven ot- good, the coach, school, money
Knights no er were a draw in only UCilumbia and the Ivy variety bal. People take L granted Kanas couted with Chuck and schedule. *
Maniattan. Ae came north with ofatna .at the con e tract with Mather, who made his n me at Bud Wilkinson doesn't have to
a rising anad bent on ven Army did considerably m re theOrange Bows errwl8l be fil- Washington High of Masslon 0. urge the Oklahoma recruiting or-
aroe. The cdet upset the Be than mold another ric ate for 1led by the evernother Dallas Ward of Colorado has given ganization to dig up the horses and
evls in one of the more wxcltng Mi an in smacking year. No s ool can participate the Oklahoma problem a good knows what to do. with them. MIGHT I
games of the season.W8 Lenny Moore. an eare is a ble for the
386. at t eso T Is a scramble for the ______________________________ __ _________ _______
It was this game that assured hbi-me status w enPete Va championship. In evert other
West Polnt men and followers that ad-thS Cadets fell aprtbo league. Surprises constantly pop
their football was back like the Midship e ast p, but the Big Seven Is a circui
bowfn4 ball following the cribbing llmbed een higher betin name only. It's Oklahoma and
scandal Mississip'i in the 1Nw Orleans Su- the others. The Booners haven't
It s a beautiful fal afternoon. g B^ lost a conference, game mince Bud
i t a s b e u t i u l a l a f t e r n o n .,W i l k i n s o n t o ok o v e r "i n 1 4 7 O n ly] b
but no more than 22,000 paying NAvy this early atason further Wnlkinin to
sts rattled around in the Polo saved Aotice by socking formid- Kansas, in the Miesota alum
Grounds. able Saoth Carolina. in a Columbia nus' first season, a4 Colorado In
o, when Fritz Criler asked downpour, 26-0. eore elh is 1952 challenged for s emacy and
Red Blaik to play before nearly tll in a Rob y could do was tie.
100,000 nAnn A r b or with the ct Ihag fonr the ailory Tirdwse
same percentage and no rent, the strig men are scorlng for .tir. n M machimme
answer was in the affirmative. e c whl get? Oahoma does pretty
Army resumes football relaiton WST POINT HAD to itrik well against outsiders, too. The
bael and hard to make the IM Norman lade went into the Texas
e fditIon of the Arm-y-Navy a ga me unbeaten in 22 start and Stop
Army's backfield was supposed hadn't been repelled since Notre
Box Scores :^::.d ac Mar:d C alifrnia
Box Ss to be sort-handed ad crippled ams edged them, 28-21, in the
against the Nittany Lions. oe ner of 195& Victims from out-
Cgler broke an ankle. Disciplina- Ze the league include Texas
ry action sidelined Mike Zeigler. twice Maryland California, Tex
BAv. PO A E FAY. Bob Kyasky sprained his knee. as Christian and more recently I kist
.292 8 13 0 1.000 Dich Murtland pulled up with a pittsburgh.
.296 15 23 1 .974 charley horse. OOUPo ,
.320 13 0 0 1.000 So, all Blaik showed you was the Over Texas and Colorado, the Roun
259 42 3 1 .978 biggest, fastest and hardest-hitting latter at Norman, Oct. 22, and y
.296 8 0 0 1.000 Army team since he lost practical- there's nothing to keep Coach Wil- O 0
.292 74 4 0 1.000 ly an entire squad'to the honor S99
.181 4 18 2 .917 system. You start with Don Hol-
.222 4 8 2 .857 leader, the end swithched to quart.-
.000 0 0 0 .000 erback and passing left handed,
.333 9 2 0 1.000 and Pat Uebel, playing three back- 6 t
.000 0 1 0 1.000 field positions. I SC-t-U
.000 0 1 0 1.000 But it was the yearlings who
.333 0 0 0 .000 caught the eye, boys you never 5 1 N t
.333 1 1 0 1.000 heard of-backs Vince Barta andnd
.000 0 3 0 1.000 Bqb Munger tackle Arley Fin\ley, 040 430 9
mJo 0 0 0 .000 guard Stanley Ster alnd centerPa na ma S. 9"
.000 0 1 0 1000 Jim Kernan. e r1 a
.143 0 2 0 1.000 Red Blaik pulls them out of tht
-.000 0 1 0 1.000 walls.a w 6,64. d '
000 0 1 0 1.000
.000 0 1 091.
.ooo a0 o 1.000 ye andIs At-*]h
.No0 180 03 rs8A8 .978 i i Atving"NYC* its 0
.978 Al-Time H igh X111Mu
MILWAUKEE (NEA) The Toeamen-New York 18MA
Av. F0PO A F.Ay. American Bowling Congress cer-
.42 7 0 0 1.000 titled more bowling alley bends 9 N
.125 17 0 0 -1.000 during the 5L se ason than in
S 6 13 1 .950 any-previou year In history.
.08 i0 0 1.00 The new records are 7,062 esta-
A17 40 4 0 1.000 blishments with 60,648. beds. The
.200 4 0 0 1.000 old marks were 6,911 and 5,9la in L V4 6
.167 27 3 0 1,000D 'A8-5I.
O.W 22 3 1 The current figures include are-
0 M naa i 45 states, the District of
0 2 Colu.mblk.,d. soreign nations. 1, *T Tf r
^ r . t frid T-'---' ofpf;3o1t(
.MO 00 o o .0A0 UOklahnma ol S* m l
.A0 1 1 0 LOWM
i 0 .00 Graduation High nOOTS A CLEAN SWEEP!

.000 a 1 0 .0o ORMAN Okla (NA, A OkS1' To make room for trades coming in
BOO0 0 0 0 .000
.000 0 1 S 1.000lS ei 3msna. against The 1956 Model PONTIACS
.000 0 0 0 .000 cent pace since Bud Wilkinson US1H Sy-"M 01* IO .
.248 .180 72 2 A.991 Wilkinson has zdade it a tradi T AOUUOrOU)
Stion that allhis athletes should try 0TTi AN0 TM 10 lSPECIAL SALE OF USED CARS
steal home In 6th inning of first to graduate. If the players don't WA (fOco e
Singled for Kucks in 6th inning graduate with their classes, they t L L ha J Oco e
return. The 1951 Sooners graduat- .op d amvek .i -' To s MPI ( Ct0Der othn--OCtober 22nd. ) -- |
double play for Besent in 5th ed all seven senior lettermen the "na jt wew
f sixth game. '49 squad 18 of 19, the '48 eight of
or Spooner In 8th Inning of see- nine. Of Wilkinson's 18 All A- CADILLAC 1953 -
mericas, 15 graduated and the oth-
er tree are close. 4-door "62" series, all extras, black leather upholstery

out for J. Coleman in 9th in-
Sfor E. Robinson in 8th inning
Wied out for Riazuto in 4th In-


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l, CamaUa. W-WftuMer, Bodges. DP-Zlmer sad & odgea; Martin, Rizzuto and Col-
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Lifeboat, Jaquimazo,

Persian Countess Also

SEntered For Feature

The Stud Miura's classy Chilean-bred Mossadeq
aill again match strides with the Stud Santa Ceci-
lia's expensive Irish-bred Empire Honey tomorrow
afternoon at the Juan Franco race track in the fea-
gired $650 seven-furlong sprint for Class "C" im-
poited thoroughbreds.

one may have formed because of
the first few paragraphs, tomor-
row's feature is no match race.
Four other? starters are entered
for this event. Jaqulmazo, Posti-
novich, Litfboat and FPe rsian
Lifeboat, a winner his last time
out against a mixed Class B-C
group, probably rates the best
chance of the others. Persian
Countess hal just been dropped
down in class after several fail-
ures against the track's best. Ja-
qulmalo and Postinovich-.both dis-
Oppointed their last times out.
Cristian Robolledo will g u Id e
Lieboat. Alfredo Vasquez wi 11
hAve the leg up on Persian Coun-1
tesp, Hector Iuf will do the boot- 1
1 aboard IJaquinazo and Fortu-
na Hidalgo r. will be In Posti-
wovich's saddle.
Ten other prospective thrillers
are listed ozn toe program:

Last Sunday in the O,000 adde4
Horse Owners Association Clas-
sic, .Mossadeq displayed great
improvement an defeating Empire
Honey by a leangth-and-one half
over one mile. The previous week
X, Empire Honey had romped to a
three-length triumph over the En-
Tomorrow's clash will be the
"rubber match" and will proba-
bl decide for the time being
which of there two future top class
stars is thb better. The handicap,
115 pounds for Mossade nd 10
for Empire Honey, is defitely In
the Ir1s horse's fawr.
Rubes "Caliche" VT 49Pamw
ridin to top form, a f I At
rre. ally .1,bqd ala am;t
S haw Is1", Mfo A -nth
j. be aa rd,
Honey r uW ly
laces.. Y
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DeHy 1 eailliptession fat



Team No. 3 cMma out last
Friday night as Austin-~Iftb
and took at trrilit drubbing
gromn IAt Panama. BiDly
Otey continuedd. hS terrific
ing to score 679. Bob Bowen
tA4 cCartby with 630 and 5M
nIrW i, helped Hotel El1
P4 scorx a 2 W4 set that
M tat !hesawogalart Bt
A"Mt iober were high to1

I'i L.L PANA ; 0
PB1i 305 1 n80
24 176 3 118 So08
$10701N.937 SMtt


Pp.... 157 176 172 505
T6oma M .. 5- 170 141 468
Mmeda .18 187 177 537
Jaob er . 211 181 179 571
et . . .201 174 202 577
897 88 871 268
The Reltaurante Sky chef
NsiX lu s firit shut-out-1f the
over the Seymour A en-
g MiacLane and George Zetes
led e Sky-Chef five !whfle Har-
kbert- was the big man for
ur Agency.
. . 21 1832 190 598
. 18 183 179 508
. 180 293 215 888
man 180 176 172 501
S2r . 07 194 177 578
(2M 91$933 2773
FeP o 170 20U. 549 821
16trabsee 179 164 184 W
C-alkW 0 190 138 179 505
S 1?8 20 225 1it
V S911 9M4 2909

Motel 3I Panama .....11 1

Watt tJ you see the
the ultra.fhionahle

new Parklane
1956 FORD

from 3:00 p.m.



(NEA Telephoto)
Dodger star Duke Snider shows
the bandaged left knee he in-
jured during the third inning
of the sixth game of the World
Series at the Yankee Stadium.
Snider had to leave the game
after "something popped" in
his knee.


I. Wednesday afternoon proved
to be another typical dry-sea-
_____________sonday as Atlantic-alders en-
joyed a roaring Trap and Skeet
shoot at the club.
Restaurante Sky-Chef 8 4 Les Loga the Balboa shooter
Austin-Nah .........4 8 who had rather shoot a shot-
Seymour Agency....... 1 11 gun than sleep, motored over
o the Trans-lathmlan highway to
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN get inA little extra practice for
MIXED LEAGUE he added-bird shoot coming up
Winners of the matches on at Gamboa next Sunday morn-
the second night of rolling In the ing. Les was accompanied by the
Pacific Cosmopolitan Mixzead Misnus as she stated that she
League were Team No. 8 over had not been feeling well all day
Team No. 6; Braniff Airways and just came along for the
over Team No. ; seYmour A ride, but we think Les brought
gen&i over Team No. 2; and her' along to buy the beer.
Tasco over, Team No. 1. A Mrs. Ru th Hinkle showed a lot
matches were decided two games of Improvement since last week
to-0ne. and broke 21 targets in a strin
Chief Larrabee and Dottle To- of Trap. The Marshall boys, Ed
ad led Team No. 8 while Ray and John. were on hand and did
Walker and Thelma Camby good shooting for the limited
Scored high for Team No. 6. experience they have had. Tom-
For Braniff Aiways it wa my Sellers, Jr., another 14-year-
"Swede" Nelsor laud uemrnoale old shooter, wasinte groove as
Xeneal showing the way h powd d bdin a tring
or Tefm NO.5 Al Minor and Es!- rap to tie for second place
tee Frankel were the high with Loga and Rowland.
Seymour Agency took advan- Lady Luck really smiled upon
tage of Team No. 2 having two Ralph Dugas as he was able to
blunds and with "Curly" Bates pick out enough "cripples" and
and Marge Hicks hitting them, slow-flyin, birds to eke out a
they rolled away t6 win. High score of 25 broken targets in a
for Team No. 2 were Dick Soy- perfect round of Skeet. We hope
ster and Virginia Boney. that this bit of luck will not
Bud Balcer and Thelma Lo- harm him to the extent that,
wander rolled the high scores in some day, he will not be a better
Takeos' win over Team No. I shot.
while Billy Coffey and Lillian I Scores for Wednesday .after-
Gunn led Team No. 1. noon:
High scores for the night were SKEET (25 targets)
rolled b Bud Balcer and Rose- Ralph Dugas ........... 25
marie Keanealy. Joe ueter ......... 2
Windv Sellers ...........22

Seymour Agency ...... 4
Team No. I .......... 4 S2
Braniff Airways ........ 4
Team"No. 8 ........... 3 3
Tasco ..............3 3
Team No. 6 ........... 3 3
Team No. 5 ........... 2 4
Team No. 2 ........... 1 a
High Game
Team No. ........... 991
Branitf ............... 990
Team No. 5 ........... 985
igh Series
Team No. 5 .......... 2807
Braniff .............. 2794
Team No. 8 .......... 2762
High Series
Colbert ................ 636
Rogers ................. 612
High Game
Colbert ............... 285
Rogers ..... .......... 227
High Series
Keanfealy ............ 497
Hicks .................. 480
Hifh Game
Keanealyy ............ 179
Camby ............... 178

S. Sehexnavder ......... 22
w W. Rowland ......... 21
W. Johnston (410) ..... 21
Bill Clark ............. 21
Les Loga ............. 2n
T. J. Evans ............ 16
TRAP (25 targets, 16-yd.)
Windy Sellers .......... 25
Tommy Sellers, Jr. .....
Lea Loga........... 21
W. W. Rowland .......23
Joe Kueter ........... 22
Mrs. Ruth Hinkle ...... 21
S. Schenavder ......... 17
Ed Marshall ............ 17
John Marshall .......... 11

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Juan Franco Graded Etries Archie Moore '
r. ow ntef. W et, com ff4 t '. Ranked
It Race "1" I mImp*'"' T F tA leqe4 12<451168.
1-W. Stranger F. Hid*t lO 1 -Goul4 g l *a Ithe wn TaI?
h-My Dear S.dCarvJal. -Dangtli0
2-3S. C--an 3I Top Conteder
3-Zaratustra A. Tea 108 -Will t out W 20
4--1acandalo J. Pr 105 -Good e iand 3.1
#-(Lord Basur H. Iu= 110'-Reporeedly ady even N mO A.7 (UPm
p-(B1 Regalo A. V ne 1 -Could h entrym1te even AEW ToREa si k top
heavywsht onten or in to-
2d Raee "Special' Imp. 4% P.. PuVse $500.00 PNeel CJes 1:15 days of 's I oMags-
zine's % kj -rbios the ear-'
SECOND RACI O FTHI DOUBLE half of 9 raturs title
so htov ir a return title
-Alminar A. Bassia 10Tx-Early sped tla pps 10-1 June.w Mclano next
t-Doia Beatriz H. Rui 100 -Hard to beat hse 2-1 Although old Archie wa
3-0boyg G. SncheS 118 -Rates gWd chaqce 3-1 kndcket out in the ninth round
4-Pantaretta C. Lino 106 -Reportdy improved 4-1 on Slept..21 by Marciano. "the
S-Good Joy J. PhilBD 100 -Showed b inkf debut 25-1 fighter bf the month," his great
(Nautigal L. 01rao 110 -3-2 astnan d-yg&st the unbeaten
T--Le Sabre R. VaaqWIUe 11 l 2*1 -ch ft kept him stop the
8-Don Danil R. G06me 111 -Could m sUin 10-1 coten'r' ihe
9-Anmin Didi F. Hidalgo 112 -Could win off 3-1 r and Tommy
(Hu r1*e) Jackson remained
rd Race "H" Natives %F fl. Purse: $275.00 F Pe*el Ces 1.n at "nurer two and number
three rcpectively; but Niflo
O N-I T WO ValdI. of Cuba rose from sev-
enth rung' and replace d Don
L-Consentida A. Viaquex 115 -Usually beats t'ee 3-1 Cockell otngland to fourth po-
k-VllUarreal E. Ortega 103 -Usually close up 41 sit Us betuse.of his kayo over
l-Rlomar R. Vasques 130 -Depends on mood 2-1 Cockell.
--Pregonero J. 06ngora 115 -Way down i close 3-2 Moore.. Baker, Jacaon and
-Malaya F. Hiduigo 105 -Returns from layoff 5-1 Valdds are the "big four" pro-
-Tap Lady A. GonzAles 108x-Rates good chanc6- 2-1 posed by motor Jim Norris
for a ceatendef' elimination
th Race "F" Natives 7 Fgs. Punrse $275.00 Pel Clem 2:20 Th-year-old Moore
QU I N I I L A still Is Iheavyweight cham-
w ~ ~ ~ ~ in wl P *i ogyd^ Patterson, Har-
-Chepanita A. Visques 118 -Apparently interested 3-1 old Johanson and Wile Pastra-
-Regla J. Phillips 118 -Poor recent races 5-1 no his three top contender'.
-Sixaola J. Jim6nes lO0x-Has strongest finish. 4-1 Chuck Spelser crashed into the
-El Pasha F. Hidalgo 113 -Could score aga in 2-1 light heavy rankings at number
-Bull Flea 0. Chania 100 -Fastest at getaway 4-1 ten because of his kayo victory
-La Nacl6n 0. de Le6n 107x-Vastly improved 5-1 uver Willie Troy.
-Liboria A. Ycasa 115 -Her last 2 indicate 3-2 Eduardo Lausse, Argentine
-Fuego 8. Carvajal 10x -Longshot specialist 10-1 slugger jumped from ninth to
-- fourth during the many chang-
SN. ee among middleweight con-
th Race "A & 11" Natives 7 Fis. Pun $375.00 Pool Cloem 2:55 tenders below the top three. Vir-
-Ocean Star J. Jimnes 107x -Hard to beat in mud 3-1 gil Akins of St. LAis advanced
-ConceJal A. Ycaa 118 -Reportedly ready 2-1 a notch to fourth piece amoni
-Metto A. Oonle x -Lightweight cou. help 41 weltweight contenders and ex-
-Fru Pro H. Ruix 100 -Has strong finish 5.1changedberths with Vince Mar-
-(Petite G. Saobhe 108 -Should win here even tinez of Paterson. N.J., i
-(Black Gold K. Florea 122 -Will help entrymate even Duillo La 'of Ital Oreple ca
Ralph Dunas of New Orlepns at
second lace a m.ong light-
th Rae "I" Importedi -- 7 Feg. Purse $375.00 Pool Cloises 3:35 weights. Dupas dropped to third
FIRST RAC fTHEDOUBLEbeoaae of his draw with little
FIRST RAC OF TH DOUBL known Leonard Golnes.
-D. Duchess 8. Carvajal 102x-Usually close up 4-1 ed.4C ramehn of ubsranepla-
-sismo E. Ortega; 112 -Could score this me tp fetherweight contender.
-G. Wonder J. Phillips 110 -Always threatens 3-1 to a wfie Toweel of outheAfre-
-Irish Profit Hidalgo 118 -Should beat these 2 C became number ote bantam-
-Sedur J. Jim6nez 112x-Back-in 'top f1r=. 3-1 *eight Aspirant as Mario D'Aga-
-Fanglo 0. de eo n 10x -Nothing to inaditeo 10A to of Italy dropved to second.
-Cadrino JB 'Alurrs 118 -Ran weli-in.last .3-1
-Newbrighton H RuhI 120 -Best chance in. mud 2-1 _1,11___
-Temneptad G. Montero 115x-Would pay off 15-1 '

7th Race "G" Imported 1 Mile Purse $450.00 POe Cloees

1-Regal Blis
5-Cl prodal
6-Til ama
7-C. Prince
8-M. Maker

J. Phillips 118 -Usually finishes 2nd
:. Gong=ra 315--Can pour-it o -.
J. Jimenaz fir der -only handlafa
H.' RUix 106 -4Dangerous in mud
B. Aguirre 110 -Should be closm up
R. Crtlin 110 t -Disappointed in last
F. Hdalgo 118 -Could score here
R. Visquez 115 -Long overdue

8th Race "H-2" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pooeel Closes

2-D. Maiden
3-Mr. Foot
5-Turf Lodge
9-The Bouche





R. Viaque. 118 -Jockey should help
A. Ycaa 113 -Impressive win last
L. Glraldo 118 -Ruvs well for rider
A. Vasquez 118 -Seems "sure thing"
R. Baeza 103x-Nothing to indicate
B. Aguirre 111 -Should be close up
K. Flores 118 -Will force the pace
V. Castillo 11 -Must improve more
F. Hidalgo 115 -Returns from layoff

9th Race "H-1" Impeted -.7 Fs. Purse $400.90 Pool CloemS 5:15
1-Donny Boy L. W1raldo 118 -Returns from sick bay 10i1
2-Verticordla A. Ubidia 110 -Could win again F_%
3-Noveno V. Castillo 110 -Usually close up 4-1
4-Vedette J. Avila 118 -Improving slowly 5-1
5-F6nix R. V. quez 115 -Horse to beat here 3-4
6-R. Emblem A. Vaques 113 -Ran well in last '8-1
7-Greo H. Ruizl 108 -Will fight it out 2.1
8-Gay Spot A. Gonzales 112x-NI- e effort in last 3-1
9-(IFlorera V. Brown 112x-Poor race last time 8-1
10-(Amat--- A. Reyes R. 107x-Could score in upset 8-1

10th Rae "C"
5-P. Coanteas
6-m- Honey

Imported -7 Feg. Pnurse $650.00 Pool Clees 5:40
R. Vasques 115 -Has class to spare even
H. Ruiz 108 -Dangerous in mud 8-1
F. Hidalgo 108 -Last two were poor 101
P. Criatilan 118 -Should be close up 2-1
A. Visquez 115 -Aiming for playoff 4-1
B. Agulrre 108 -In figh to finish 34

11th Rce "D" Imported 7 Fs. Purse $600.00 Pool Closes..
1-KloSco H. Ruin 105 -Dangerous this time
2-Eacortal 8. Carvajal 105x -Could take it all
3-Ma. Stuardo A. Viaaquez 115 -Improving steadily
4-Cachafas K. Florea 115 -Has high rating;
5-Chu illngo J. Jimdnez 102x -Usually disappoints
6-ESpagiSico A. Yeaza 108 -Will force early pace

"uaruy imply the death
,I M6U, brings com "oy believed
is "0%0ution.
ha's Natural polutjon
i h AIwhore rivers receive til
4-weerS kind Of water from dense forei
bi veture of i- auts trees. For ezampi
wadt" pong into a waters of some stream
pod inanY rivers have vy!!? forested to the wa
Sdrain because these tMe combinedeect

**we t bwevereo
U diSetrecognie the essive shading from I
Sfrnmstof poSlution foliar aid thea rn-off
I I ay xe"lt from eith- the decaying resinous
&Ior uatarei causes. Wa- ter have rendered the
lbimtagbttterm in-Itese rive r uSi.
.pil or lethal-- shav e .d of
hIs soine time water I.IM S aw'igt 11
aw~ ,Pura from a ed "n hturly oae.
lIass. may be' The most common
ML ChIrwdEseres aspect however, is "Iarulaa
4K, ther&fMre, is any which result, fr&0m th
e' set of conditionstlian of man and is cls
MWr hams the fish or (1) cBemo&I or Ianos,

Sixth of a series written
for NRA' Serviee
UCLA Coach
LATE In the second quar
UCLA's Rose Bowl game witl
d an State, Jan. 1, 1M w
ah -ballon our W1
third down with tioy s
The score was 14-0 in ars
We quict-kicked'in the nt
riod for 52 and 41 yards net.

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CTo LOPE Kanss City Athletics
' alECTR "L LOPEU -- Kansas City Athletics

e Last ear s Defeat1

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p will be given medals
hysleal Edut mad
i In formal ceremoies.
three ballplayers, wno
made 1965 an historic one
anama by putting the
eunnuy on the major
map for the first time.
rilve from Colon, where
all reaie, some time after

1 e 5g" will be met on the trans-
i, mm highway, near the Na-.
tional Universaty, by an organ-
izing committee formed of Raul
Arango, president of the Pana-
ma Professao nal Baseball
League; iaf Gonsalo Garrido,
director of the Physlca).Educa-
tion Department; and Julio E.
Briceflo, editor of the Spanish
daily, La Hera.
The group will be escorted
by traffle police ti the start-
ing poewt of the parade.
Lopes, Robinson and Clarke
will rde in an open automo-
The marchers, accompanied
by the National Guard and Fire-
men's bands, and school bugle
corps, will include members of
the Panama Professional Base-
banl Writers Association, pro
league players, athletes from
amateur leagues and other
sports organizations, secondary
school students and the general
All three plea to see action
in 1935-56 Panama season
which starts Dec. 1.
As was the ease last year,
Lgpes and Clarke will be In
Spur Cola uniforms, and Rob-
nson will be with the Chester-
field Smokers.
Lopez has by far the more
outstanding major league rec-
ord of the three.
Brou ht up-. to Kansas City
after hitting .318 with the now-
defunct Ottawa club of the Class
AAA International League last
year, he was a regular all season.
After a shaky start at second
base, a spot to which he was not
Accustomed, manger Lou Bou-
dreau shifted him to third base
a*d the local boy almost imme-
diately ,fame to life.

and pushed 8 -unus across the
The Bocas del Toro-born
Colon resident, outhit all
American League third base
regulars, with the exception
of George Ken of the Chicago
White Sex who had a .312
Lopez finished third In the
voting for AL rookle-of-the-year
honors. He was beaten out by
Cleveland Indians pitcher Herb
Score and Yankee outfielder-
catcher Elaton Howard.
Last year the husky 24-year-
Infielder who feels he Is at his
best at shortstop, was runner-
up for "rookie" honors in the IL
In 1954.
Robinson began the season as
a reliever for the Milwaukee
He had tomplIed a 2-O rec-
ord when, in a move that sAU
has Panama fans perplexed,
be was sent down to Toledo,
the Braves' farm team in the
Class AAA American Assoeda-
His standout 14-4 mark gave
Shim a promotion back to Mil-
Swaukee at the termination of
the AA season, and Robby had a
final major league record of
three wins against one loss.
Humberto's late recall- to the
SBraves deprived him of a $1.-
694.05 check which was the
World Series share for each
member of the Milwaukee
Braves who finished second to
the Brooklyn Dodgers in the NL
Clarke won 17 games for
Charlotte, Class A South Atlan-
tnc League this season. In the
last two weeks of the AL sea-
son, he failed to win a ga ne for
the Senators against one set-


Title Match

Set For Nov. 4

CHICAGO, Oct. 7-(UP)-
'Former middleweight cham-
plen Sugar Ray Robinson will
get a chance at the age of 34
to try and regain his old title
fros the 27-year-old chasm-
Carl (Bobe) OlSa, la the
Ch go Stadium Nov. 4.
The fight was anouneed
yesterday by the speording
4 8erntlonal Boing Clu b,
who Mid it weid lbe televise
naulesally, with Chiege and
the area of M Nmiles Sur-
sm. i bla*ld vat, sad -&*I
-0 w* bi loWdest bosh "-
3ei m and na fsltMI

1933 BULLTOG SQUAD-Coach Mikulich. coach Anderson, Tate, Million, manager Allen Shep-
pard in last row. (Third row) Chase, Webb, Trower, Kirklana Halvosa, Cody, Morris, Coffey,
Douglas, Tucker, Crook. Reyes. (Second row) Sutherland. Curdts, Magee, Robhett, Fulton, Fea-
ron, Morris, Eastman, Selby, Jones, Napier, Ry terrj- arbler. ,Front row> Scott, Lockaby, Clem-
moas, WinKlosky, Hotz, Connor, Sorrell, Seigel, Fuiierton, Wheeler, Chalmers, Bateman.

YANKEE UPSET Brooklyn's Oil Hodges ups ets Billy Martin as he slides into second base
during the second Inning of the sixth game of the World Series at the Yankee Stadium. Mar-
tin, after making the force on Hodges, threw to first to double up Jackie Robinson.

World ils esCul

NEW YORK, Oct. 7 (UP) -
The Brooklyn Dodgers and New
York Yankees will receive the
second ad largest World Series
checks in history.

Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick announced today that each
member of the world champion
Dodgers who was voted a full
share by his teammates will re-
ceive $9,7688.21. Each member of
the long Yankees voted a full
share will receive $5,58.8.
,These amounts were eclipsed
ina World Series history only by
the checks received last year by
the New York Giants and Cleve-
ldnd Indians. Each winning
Giant received $11,147.; each
lsnlag Indian received $6,712.5.

(NEA Telephoto)
WELCOME EHOME New York Yankee first baseman Bill Skow-
ron is greeted by Bolt Cerv (141 and Yogi Berra after poling a
three-rmn homer in the first inning of the sixth game of the
World Series. Brooklyn Dodger catcher Roy Campanella stands
in background. Yanks opened Stadium tilt with a five-run
first inning.

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Las year's World Series went
only four games and this year'a
went seven. But that made nm
differencaoe In the amount the
players received, for they share
only in the receipts of the first
feor games Last year's shares
were bigger because the ball
parks of the two contestants are
bl;er, and therefore, the attend.
amie for the first four games was

The winning team In a World
Series gets to split up 42 per cent
of the players' pool; the losing
team gets 28 per cent, the other
38 per cent goes to the other
first division teams.
Here's what each member of
the other first division clubs will
receive: Milwaukee Braves -
AMKNM : Cleveland Indians -
$1 .73; New York Giants -
1 :; Chicago White Seox -
IU.5J; Philadelphia Phillies -
5558.98: and Boston Red Sox -

Along The Fairways

Ladfes Day At Ft. Davis
The White Elephant tourna-
ment planned last week was
playd -by the ladles on Wednea-
day. everyonee had a wonderful
time and all received prizes,
ietch lady selecting hers accord-
inM to when she came In on low
iSM. It was unanimously a-
grea upon to have another
anee a month.
.he ladles also welcomed two
new members,. : LouIse John-
mo apd Mrs. Stt'oltenberg.
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maacer Wl1t Alsm t (right) and
. qiuaed bst-out .ad to win the
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Balboa Stadum W

Tonight's battle at the BIboa .S mbt'* ,, I
lbe Junior College Green DMviYaml (e M i A *
schooll Bulldogs will be a revenge game, e
dogs seeking to avenge last year's ddeatr and .t
The Bulldogs have worked Club and chteerladereM ws e.
hard this week, setting up their blne all efforts te-mise 'ib "
defenses for the passing attack memorable ball time shOw t6 i ,
Irom the Notre Dame box for- evenlp. .. i..;-- "i..
nation as used by the Junior The bend, uder the di t H
College. of Victot Herr, will be A!.-1
The Bulldogs will have plenty on the prograzopa aPl I.
of work ahead of them, stopping tion of songs, wi '"
the combination of McKeown ficult patterns, a *
and Montovanl. not to mention The flag twirlers. a .p
the work of Al Blackall, a big, formed group, under the g"
fast fullback and former Balboa dance of Mrs. Umberger, W*01a"ke
High School football star. make their debut. T~ti1 "~s Is

CO-CAPTAINS (Left) Ken Wheelet senior-fullback, play-
ing his first year for BHS following Stateside action AA a
tackle. This 205-pound fullback en big and rugd o with Sg
speed. He can do the 100 yards in 11 seconds. Joy ClgpueonX.- "
right), senior-centr, playing his second ybar On the vabity. 11
Clemmons has had" little ulwcity but Is a durable o-pou b
blocker and one of tLe kev men In the Bulldogs silt .Acit
nitense. s:
Co-captains for tonight's bat- first time in the history of Bs j

football squad, and Cqnter Jay girls have been working v .
playing his second year on the the highlight of the lU-tti M
varsity squad show. -F
The Pep Club and hewr
Kick off time will be at 7:00 er will .add more co W
p.m. emm to t thai. the coWd'0i
The band, flag twirlers, Pep B.ullog spirit aglow, ,

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RH-Hots, J. *R-N.OW- "y, Win
SFB-Wheeler, Ken FB--B.Iaeka, Al..
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electrical system
will be in the all new

1956 FORD,


from 3:00 p.m.

Today'. Encanto .,35 X
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Victor Mature, in -
Dick Bogarde,''..

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electric wall sd Wsam )4Iwh, .t
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Uigh Of 2,78,865

Panama yields place to Mos- "Let the people kno
Scow In nothing, except maybe people Knou
snow. For example, last night
the Moscow-bound company of
Porgy and Bess stopped by at 31st YEAR
Panama's National Theater.
So Panama saw and heard
this fine and famous company
long before Moscow will, but a
little after the countless audien- C a a P
ces throughout Europe, the Near C a nP I
East and South America which
have attended this great modern
American folk opera during its
three years on the road.
Lastop was Caracas. Next Is
Mexico City. H i Nw h,
The old story of Catfish Row i
cans but ellin fbeeor new for Direct purchases of food, sup- 1951
mot of the audiences in the lies, equipment and services by 1952
Snpresent tour. Not only the story, te Panama Canal Co. from 1953
bt the language itself was un- sources in the Republic of Pan- 1954
,known tomost audiences. ama set a new high record of 1955
S"Las niht's audience was the $2,778,865 during the past fiscal
,most Eng1ash-peakin" the corn- year, It was announced at Bal- Total
uaV has played to since em- ooa Heights.
bading an its Latin American The total exceeded the pre- The i.
swing. vlous fiscal year figures by more fiscal
But George Gershwin's mu- than $225,000. previoc
sle is something that knows ly to h
no language problems and, if During the past five years est pro
sng as feelinglv as it was last purchases in Panama by the Ca- ed sugs
night, never will. Iwal organization have amounted several
Last night, Porgy was sung by tI over $11,400,000, or a yearly tural y
Leslie Scott, a iNew Yorker whose average of more than $2,225,000. eggs.
singing career includes hitches These purchases were exclusive The a
with the bands of Xavier Cugat of any made by other United bought
and Louis Armstrong. States Government agencies In was bel
His duet with Ethel Ayler, the Canal Zone, contractors, and those in
6'Bess. You la Mv Woman Now," Individual residents. as a res
makes the strongest bid for clne in
nomination as the highlight of The totals for the past five decrease
the show. Moving, effective and fiscal years are: than off
tender, it told more of crippled
Porgy's heart than could a doz- Judge Tel A
enspeeches or a score of crowd J d T l Ame
And all the ebullience of a \
happysimple man who finds
hJs life. ood is condensed into He Could Stay In Ja
Scott's 1 Got Plenty of Nut-
tin.'" I- -
At this afternoon's matinee
(3:30) Le Vern Hutcherson was An Americap who faces a tion pay
to sing porgy, while tonight's charge of trying to defraud his tached
Porgy wiU be Irving Barnes, who ereditors'was told by Judge Gu- Jr. cetii
has sung with the New York thrie F. Crowe today that under against t]
Ptllhannonic Symphony, and in the Canal Zone code provisions Gerard
a radio ersio not "Carmen he could be kept in jail "Indeft- Bank.
"' Jones." .' nitely" unless he cooperates in Trew
S. As ase, the easy-vrtue gal workiog, out an arrangement Ford. co
/ lo wian Pftrgy' big beast, with th4 people he owes money. owed th
? kAi v iato her old Frgeerick VW. Trew, who re- failed to
6, 0, 1MftAyler was every- signed from his job as an elec- wrecked
thing any director eould wish trician with the Electrical Di- Trew wi
la the part. Tender ud aban- vision last Friday, was picked ing as a
dosed by turns, now a tramp, up on a civil arrest order, con- This
then a etale compsalon for sidered in court circles to be a David
Porgy, and always siningintru- rather unusual move. Philippi:
1 iy and beautifully, especially "The'complainant was the Phil- fendant
"Sumanaertime" she was in all lopine Rattan Furniture which here, Tr
ways excellent. charged that Trew still owed the tive.
Miss Ayler Joined the compa- store $606 for furniture he pur- Later
ny in Paris, and made her de- chased that thi
but as Bess in Rome. She will Later, it was learned he had Philippi:
ping Bess again tonight.. This sold the furniture but failed to ed from
afternoon's Bess as t9 be Mar- y the store. Trew's termina- was rea
tha Flowers. States, a
Bportin' Life, nimnble merchant
of the'Happy Dust (cocaine) is Ilnonl nIV IO n
a fine figure of sprightly evil. LUIIUndry Tray Job would
Singing, dancing and playing the that coi
role last night was Earl Jack. Amongl rojecs to cover
son, who also moved into th!s W J Afttr
leading part on tour. In his case J .l-- B. f of his rj
it was in Athens, Jauary of this aeliSg 'ng repr
year, that he took on the role. "na By the jud
Mybe it wI the acoustics of court h
the atonal ter last night The Installation of laundry co
but om of bl more ntrcat. trys In 12 family local-rate qua- holding
Wiestrs, as ,those of "It Ain't terms in Santa. &uz: the neplac- ifactorN
Ne arily So." did not reach so ing of waterpipe and water het- reached
S far k ntoth house as their erss n Balboa and Gatun: the The c
at*R delere, construction of concrete pave- Tueada
Joseph Attles was to be Sport- ments and gutters near the Bal- will be
In' fe this afteMppo, nd to- boa Commissary and the inte- present
t will be Lren uller rior painting of stairwells and ingarra
wlmo e huskyor and brutal hallways of -a number of par- made w
Crmwn th, a John McOurry last tern in Balboa are among te with a
sight woutd be hard to find. projects now being advertised $606.
fm the rest of the cast. It for bids by the Panama Canal Trew
wld not be fair to select out- Company. It
*" g members. They have The laundry trays, which are -. th
b6 playing together for a long being installed at the request of
tUe now, and their smooth pro- the Santa Cruz Civic Council,
leonal timing made even the are to be provided for 18 of the
aM complex stretches of the 12-family quarters. Bids will be
i' 1lo : .... opened the morning of Oct. 21
..There ad title items that de-In the Balboa Heights Adminis-
nve oa the local management tratton Building.
S.each town including Pana- Water piping will be replaced
mi These include thp provision and electric water heaters will
ofa and andadog. The Porgy be replaced and relocated In 2A
&no = east Is something of quarter in Balboa and in 40
an authority by now on goats the quarters in Gatun. These bids
wdrld around. Last night's spe- will also be opened Oct. 21.
,l en looked a credit to Pana- Bids for the construction of
zn!' national honor in this del- concrete pavements and gutters
.ue, near the Balboa Commissary re-
eanwhile it remains un- tall store will be opened the
kmw whether, for the Moscow morning of Oct. 17.
praductolh, heree will be insert- Also to be opened the same
e; into "POrgy and Bess' a new dav will be bids on the Interior A
number, "4hat Old Black Moo- painting of stairwells and hall- mont
flk.1- rways in a number of quarters in mobil
*- -Dogflsh Balboa.

other products and the purchase textbooks, $76,000 film rentals,
of products hitherto unavaila- $27,000: green. coffee, $10,000.
ble at competitive prices, beer, 18,000. soft 4rnks, $16.-
000; automobile batteries. $7,000:
The following table gives the and automobile tires and tubes,
comparative statistics on pur- $10,000.
chases in the various categories
by the Canal organization dur- The amount of fruit and vege'
ing the past two fiscal years: tables bought during the last
three months of the past fiscal
1954 1955 year totaled over $36,000. Among
Meat ..... the individual items with a val-
products ...$ 70E ,0 $631,000 ue of $5,000 or more were bana-
Fruits and ... nas, cabbage, and tomatoes.
vegetables .. 120,000 120,000 Those with a total value of $1,-
Other agricul- 000 or more Included papayas,
tural products 90,000 185,000 alligador pears, watermelon, cu-
ot h e r food cumbers, green peppers and

products ....
Beverages ....
Sugar ........
Forest products
Industrial ....
products and
miscellan- .
eous pur- ..
chases ....




826,000 879,000

$2,451.000 $2.779.000

A notable increase was shown
last year in the purchase of na-
tive lumber and forest products,
Total purchases were more than
triple the value of such products
bought in either the fiscal year
1953 or 1954.
All plywood now being pur-
chased for use by Panama, Ca-
nal units Is being obtained in
Panama. In addition, contracts
for a considerable supply of na-
tive lumber were awarded Ato
five principal suppliers lastyear.
The types of lumber include
chiefly mahogany, amargo-a-
margo, c4tivo, maria, and a va-
riety of cedars.
Much of the hardwood timber
mill hla b eJad ,durin th r nnminv

,- Seafood bought from Panama
suppliers during the last quar-
ter of the fiscal year amounted
to over $13,000. The individual
items and their values were:
fish, $6,500; lobster, $1,200; and
*hrimp, $5,500.

Army Civillans

Give Top Supnort

To Incentive Plan
United States Army Caribbean
U.S. and overseas in civilian em-
ployee participation in the Army
Incentive Awards Program during
the fiscal year ending June 30,
led all Army efbtands in the
1955, Colonel J. H.L- _Wechmann,
Comptroller, has announced,
The 21.78 per cent rate of parti-
cipation doubled the Army wide
average of 11.5 per cent accord-
ing to statistics compiled from
quarterly reports of the U.S. Ar

COL W. N. HORNSH (third froin lft), Adjutant General.., USARCARZ, mees. (from
left): Milon Brown; James or tramting officer, CIviian Personr.ellVlan, tCAIB;
Ma4 Helen Dudley; and Lt. Colwi lls, CivUhin Personnelo n WA
Brnwn, chief and Miss Dudley, --ahltaio--'hhe WS ooutlve appraisal an devSlopmept branch
within the Department of the Armfl Offiflt GlvUlan Pe'sonnel, wi fUict inr.est,
t,.rce Conference Leadership CoUrMts and il. lnstlitte, for key military and ivilian- ervi-
son in the Canal Zone. x79 Army Photo)

Team Here For Confere nce Leadership

Courses For Army Supervisors In CZ

A team -of two Department of Canal Zone civilian and military
the Army management instruct- supervisors arrived' here yester-
dra, who will conduct a series of day.
conference leadership courses for The team consists of M I on
------- - Brown, chief, and Miss Helen Dud-
ley assistant, of ti Executive
lb S lold r Give pra i sal and Development
Branch within the Army G-1 Of-
fa. t u .. fice .of Civilian Personnel Wash-

oSdo 10 Nalive

Of Pila Village
When two natives of Plfia vil-
lage were stricken with 0 severe
case of acute anemia a gall for
blood went out. Nine Inen of
'L" company, 33d Infantry regi-
ment, Fort Davis, undergoing
jungle training at nearby Camp
Pfia, responded to the plea by
immediately volunteering their
The dall for blood was issued
by Arnulfo Tapper, representa-
tive of the Panamanian School
Board, as the stricken men were
hurried to Amador. Ouerroro
Hospital at Colon. .
.I being In ed plea
by the con r esoia r,
Cat. SamWqt Dperer an% l
that the only cure wa whole
blood transfusions, the volun-
teers each donated a .pint of

SnM Rattan aLJMcu tie eu- wa uU ri,.. .C oi, my Incentive Boar in washing- h vl re 7S-
if he had any property Atlantic Locks overhaul in the ton. The two villagers were 5-
C tn. year-old Alveo Tones and 30-
rew replied in the nega. replacement of lock wall fen- The statistics further ho wed year-old Gurmeiindo Gondola.
ders. Hardwood lumber from that the USARCARIB Incentive A- yTe ga tiud efh
however he admitted Panama's forests is also exten- wards Program led to an esti- 0The gratitude of the amies
ere were four pieces of sively used in general mainten- mated annual savings of $838,073. of pressed for th unselfish don-
ne Rattan inot purchas- ance of Canal buildings. Also, that of the improvements prestionse of t. Cheer W. Swear-
the comolainanti which suggested. 34.8 per cent were ingen Pfc. James W. ere,
dy for shipment to the Among the food products adopted which gives USARCARIB P^ Je F. Lpen, W. W. w '
and also.a typewriter. shown In the past fiscal .year's the third highest adoption rate in Pf James F. Lorenz, Pft. W. Ds
Purchase list was 47,500 dozen the Army wide review. MCloy Pfc. Richard A. Sonstom,
told the court his client fresh eggs bought at a total pur- P fc. john J. Waon, Pvt. wesley
consider taking anything chase price of $43,900. Col. Wiechmann stated that each Booker, Pvt. LeonK.k HJawkins,
iuld be converted to cash I succeeding year, interest and par- Pvt. Richard J. Pelkey.
r Trew's debts. This was the first time that tipation of command civilian em-
advising the defendant fresh eggs hard been procured ployes has steadily increased since A U i a
ihts snce he is. no,~ ~bn la sbestantlal quanti es from the inception of the employee A. l gd lamn
ghesent since he s not be- poultry -farms on the lath- suggestion program in 1904.
resented by an attorney. u is since th.e indu-rtry has Ds Cua.'U"
ge explained that thep ne the industry has s .
d thelriiht dtoontithe beii unable previously to of- Fiscal year 1955 was a banner J UU UdUI Was
him in a l unti nue- fer fresh eggs at prices near- year and indications, are from -
areeme jlunt cou ta b ly competitive with other the first Quarter report, hat thel hrk Yel a
Agreement cout st sources, 1956 participation rate for the 1i V soll t/esl lfday
command will be even bigher'then
case was continued until The amount of purchases dur- the 1955 rate. A N Beaucham, supervisory
at 9 a.m. when Trew ing the last quarter of the fiscal USARCARIB has not bee omi a- mahanrdal engineer in the in.
interrogated as to his year 1955 totaled $725,000. The ny high pressure campaign or tak- rineering Division. died sudden-
property and to review- principal items and their value en any unusual promotional ef- ly this morning at Gortas Eds-
ingements which can be in round figures wee: Panama forts to "beat the Army" Ia this pital less than an hour after he
uith the furniture store beef cattle, $125,000; sugar, 2,- field. The result is attributed to was admitted to the hosoltal.
view to the recovery of 400,000 pounds, $154,000; Native the high degree of personal inter- Death is believed to have been
lumber and plywood, $78,000; ce- est and cost consciousness -n the caused by a heart attack. Mr.
remains in jail in de- meant, $31,000; office machine part of employes and to the Work Beauchamp was 55 years old.
posting the $600 ball set, and supplies, $50,000:; maga- Simplification Program underway
case. sines, periodicals, printing and in tht command. Other than an attack of "flu"
recently from which members of
hip family said he recovered
speedily, he had not beeIn ill
health. He wpas at work yester-
dav and onWednesdAy bad at-
tended the "pro-bidding confer-
... ...-........'Prience" at Balboa Heights on.the
Atlantic arga power conversion
contract. 1e wakenedhearl" thil
call a doctor. He we' admitted
I. ..ito the hospital at 6:15 and died
,,-s U?-+a- soon 4fter o'clek....

.TY ON WHEELS-ThlIsis the new Continent.l Mark I1 which is to be Introduced this
h by Uta Ford Motor Co.'Saild to be a prestige car manufactured in low volume, the auto-
He er~t~aszes4u01l3 uetl. n-J 51.1



In 1116 mldiers at Fort Ouge,
PaOP ., Kemm T OW
ihMiwt, aomtted. ano M
whom came m to tir gate.
"I'm Dn'l D ml e saw


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By Russ Winterbothom and Ralph Lane


f It

C -i-eeBm* ,1o

Aa native of U. t$, Arizo-
na. Mr. Beauchamp had worked
in El Paso. Tex.. n Mexi and
for the Cerro de op n
Peru before cemiUft q a
nal Zone. He wO flrpt etle
as a draftsman R the Me-
chaneial Dlvisiaos.4 MaIrch _.
In 1932 he wsnfat t.
the Maddel Dm-nplti
and on completion of
ect ws tranaferre tln.th e

He w a Masnolaid a mm-
ber of the Ble i p of F-ft-
no. Re was actIve it a t's r*-
ratio not the t .BaOtst

years -
he h aia"= -10.
A member oat t ansT ?I~
forced 3.sety., 'o*
had ma eano 'Idt
h1 trins t the t fl hS
onp of the bao t
orohid plant s thi CI neaV.

will participate, Those successful-*
ly completing the institute will be
designated as Department of the
Army conference ea.mdershp in-
structprs. These izlsactora will
later pass on the .go l Jead.cr dtip
techniques to others n their as-
signed organizations: ,

ington, D. C. Col. W. N. Hornisai, Adjutant
General, USARCARTB. emphasiz-
The series of conference leader-;ed the relati0nahip to the Army's,
ship courses, to be, conducted in continuing program of the im-'
coordination with the AG Civ- provement. of themuagement of
Ian Pers.nnel Divisonu. Training its operations. Supervisors wil
Staff, will begin Monda morning be encouraged to mdJ use of con-
and coatinue thwughmtie month. ferezinee Method teehtues in the
1The fIt three, forttfur hour, every das conduct their jos.
conferences. wig be attended by Selected middle management $*
selected represtatives of the ma pervisors will undertake the plan
o. government organizations in ned guidance and development of
the Canal Zone,, Panama C a I all new supervisors within their.
Company ld o- ovrunent, A i r assigned ulitp* This guidance will
Force, Navy and Army. follow alg te line of t Ar
the r a tn .i-s '.a
tute, 0 e

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Share the loves, the Iivqs,
the thrills of the men
who guard our qky frontlersl

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............ $ 1,525,000
............ 2,062.000
............ 2,585,000
............ 2,451,000
............ 2,779,000
increase during the pait
year over purchases in
us years was due large-
heavy purchases of for-
oducts, Panama-produc-
ar, and the addition of
new food or agricul-
products, such as fresh
amount of meat product
in the Republic last year
ow the dollar value of
the two previous years
sult of the continued de-
the Canal force. This
e, however, was more
,set by heavier buying of

erican Debtor

il Indefinitely

y check of $1500 was at
by William J. Sheridan,
ng on a judgement a-
he American filed by the
Trust Corn Echange
had purchased a new
nvertible last year, and
he bank $2045 which 3he
Spay. The car was later
in the Canal Zone, and
as fined for drunk driv-
. result of the accident.
morning when attorney
A. Leon, representing

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