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Y 0. I
Ike Clears Big Hurdle
-2 Weeks Of Recoverv
DENVER Oct. g (UP) Pres- menu, nd other doctors on the He is comfortable and relaxed.
dent Eisenhower cleared today ease. His condition continues o progress
the est )rde in a heart at- Dr. White was arrive on the satisfactorily without comUca-
tackv citm road to recovery-- White Houe plane, Columbine MI, tions. Mrs. Elsenhower visited t ^r P D U du g e s
two week without complication from Washington with Nixo., with thePresitdnt at suppertime. C Z H a 'Go Luo St 7
after teas uteck, Sherman Adams, the assistant to WhilgU6e White Hous had noth-
His coaliion improved t. e Preie, and. Ma J oe .. L efte on the President's
point where he scheduled a meet lenhower. th.e r tr s a. We l aend the Daiies meet-
% at lFitsimons Army hospital First, t ete. wS b r i%,t .Tueday t.W pace of bumser iII II l
Vice-president card M. Nixon. [des co tn. to pickup ext week if the find-
ada full-ledged conference on Nix a Adams will sit n the wings of the doctors Saturday and tr e xt h
fore Affairs next Tuesday,4lap 4ay or sopletime tomorrow. Nt* Sunday are favorable. (Ed. Iote: Visiting eogamit- stancs because it could easily be tran e a iomier *ther
r of State John'Tster on wi ha L a brief passion with Gradually the President wi ll to tepreseting the Middle otherwise., .,.. qua i .
ry of sthe side himself--the doctors consider more official papers, see Stati Assoclati6o t CohegM 'in additio to "these problems The ev us activity leading
nper L more eopie and move generally and secondary Schools were many matte must be cleared to the writing of these reports in
N definitive work on the D s speaks in Miami Monday back to the stream of active here February and March last through Wi. in the Execu- vlved a minute Investigation of
Prdidelt' conditoe a and a and I mediately following his ad- government. year to evaluate Balboa W tive. and dl k l tive branches of the schools, rangng fro anm the
clear picture t hs medical dress, he w be picked up by the This did met mean, however, Cristobal High Schools and the the Goverb vp." qualification of state members and
future wan expected smetnie Presidential 'lap and flown to *'"-t f'- schedule could be more Capl .Zone Junior College for Recomm that the educa- the program of studies to library
tomorew as a frult' of comity Denver. than of a distinctly limited ma- accreditation. The following tional program could be greatly services and the school plant.
atllen etween Dr. Paul Dudley He will seethe President some- t..e twr another ux weeks at is reprinted from the mproved the central office The evaluation was requested by n t Cs
White, the %ostea heart clal' time Tuesday in conference pro- least. P aza Canal Review). granted some additionalsupervi the Canal Zone Schools and was
slt; Mpj. General Howard McC paratory tb .e Big Four forcing Arrangements for the Dulles Plalid against a se*" i r ory assistance, Iraybill writes e condubcea by ie e 5ats T pl ement order for Catote
ayder, the White house phys ministers meeting opening in Ge- conference were made final at stickof excellence, the that "When comparisons r Association which has jurisdiction biggest sing
cl; Col B. Palock, neva Ot. the cabinet meeting in Washington schools have measured up made, it must always b over s area. equipment cost wise in the history of the e
cheflogy at FIt Ale frAt last Sunday wheb yesterday. The President had ex- to as. mind that the education iatl This Association is one of esix fo th wisiscl r when to Panama wot
the Presidt suffered a period rested a desire to see his sen de to which a sound to i th regional Association in he Un is scheduled for this fi..
,rThe degree to which a so d of a normal municipality with
of "tiredness," four medical bul or Qabinet officer as soon as pose-, educatlo nrogram Is being con- of .a normal muncipalit. ed States which together lorm the Company will award contract for the replacement
etlas a day h tm hius bedside, sible. ducted in h Zone I enunciated The great diversity in t he general committee in charge of co- locks twing locomotves.
amlwbeyrt d dcrie the se in apecial t po An popylatsion, th eA impormanen$eorieayhcondar
S in l MMr. ENshblial cn i i h iit as t Is v eh choola Diviso from i ae t hoe r loroaal The general committee est... Company's, 196 budget for the replacement progno
u sp kn. described the purpose dof ,s cus "tpi csurgailessecemnvole.rc.,, ,of the- -up.flu is the schloos. Am expenditure of $7,170,000 was authorized in thP%
.m The 9 O .loca.b.dletin last night familiar and which will come p im Pa., office of te thro tful effort on the pt lienTeu ene criteria scaouie st whiCo m p n9 ibue t oan e r dnte hrep en ping lo
o O tin desucomt pots ar t h aer at t h n inaviual school& voluntarily Frophist will be invited for manufacture and d
Associton for the Advance- sive evaluation and inspection students of a greater share or re y s important ing th manufacturer.
Ctheitocal unit adopted a reeo. most avrl Out bome Sn ofeKt man a Centraes Office of a an Impcrtal acrediting agency schedule to be ready about Oat. 6 7 now in nervay e. a
ton rly withdrawal fo up of. students with peection s to oal simu 15 call for t models tobe the ntact
ed today that Msl pI virtu-. prouas over the past two years. and activity; better an d c fr ates but to the schools i o n swl eir
f bthe rihts o ederal and Un- fte tin g con vin cing evSidence f audinor gnd the woa-a- plates u the school to accomp furnished and tested at the con- the b of the de
I otnc i se," suspe a tlon of the mehav ben orwr le as gmae bo in ege ucontinous improvement ea in- trac l expense ror to the for abilities and tekills; of
Th moxercuaioa l weleitte oth the a r would bemany students nd ustal re the edeatin program by The 3p cificationrder rc ties will quaStat of
the a~ unit adopted a reso-
q right of federal and o- uni ates ee -reports plan or a u es with erection as to goal timu- 15 will call for tetmdeth
hee frrds gieo in college and in the wotk-a- lates the school to accompisi furnished and tested at the con- t e bass o the desin
iset, suap d atoon of use been forwarded as i o, guide both woldg continuous improvement a i- trac exense prior drect-u
ki r wenatifr -n fute I i the d would b hin sires the education program berul is ipens order. r tl l
[y W.. Mil-
t, 34. two
fii .- at-old
In bai let to
I. *, m ---- i- 505 -' Wi _--.
ItOS,. Official, Airline Argue
ath Plae Was Off Course
S. (P--. sad then hand-ce. r ri d to a
V me located f one of the Uni-
V y of Wyomitgs trime build-
whelinas. at its summer caI near the
al tt peak.
w M T- h #eA snowy, icg- covered reiks,
l es ./some as big as house$; hampered
4f0i the operation.
SGeorge Nelsn, the: Wyoming
1 s itate commislsioner of =ernautics,
flaid heiregarda thet e to be
S M 20 mileg west of the al route
it should have followed on the
C1CSfl ft hi Denver to Salt L ak e
r rotlte. The latter route w"ld have tak-
hich .en it up the fist pllwn of the La-
the ramle River Valley to a. point
iS L S lmm *-neor Rock River, Wyo.,. weq it
uses. could have made a right angle
A11._RS't!ram on a west-southwest course
mountain t t woUld have tlkel It into Salt
Lvers ike City. *
do. bro n Nelson sald some planes actual-
fom. tV m i ly did occasionally "stray" ofIf
s5. scene to. s over the massive sowy range to
P& m-le and a the west, where the plane crash-
It ft 1, another The plane was mare -than 4-
S ird would minutes behind schedule when It
Wo* t d be- left Denver. There was specula.
jea mid be
tin the DC-4 may have been try-
ing to make up the lost time by
sdavi* a little off the 500 od d
mils between Denver and Salt
However, a United Air Lines
spokesman said he regarded the
snowy range within the normal
flliht pattern of the DC-4.
aut he said he could not attempt
toetpeculate on the causes of the
crash pending the findings of Civ-
il- Aeronautics Board inspectors
who already were at the scene.
$Omplicating factors included
he fact the plane was heavily
loaded-only one seat was empty
when it left Denver-and that the
flat planes around the peak at
noon 1 hursday found winds so sev-
ere the resulting turbulence fore.
ed. them to keep well away from
the mountaintop lest they be hurl.
e,' into it by downdrafts,
Whether this turbulence prevail-
ed at about 7 aEm. or shortly
thereafter Thursday could not he
determined, although the weather
bureau said early Tbhrday winds
wi up to 30 to 40 mies aM hour
nabe early morning hours.
is the w -
"iMoal pi M a,
Dr. Iran e ecu-
committee. *tadp. d eval-
uate the albq and ristllba
In his paper, furnished as be-
ing of "some value In present-
ing overall impressions of the
two schools by someone who has
no local conneettonu," Kraybill
praises the "ftle caliber of the
personnel of athecool sool system
in the Canal Zoie. From the Su-
perintendent down tO the new-
est teacher excellent back-
ground, gooed prof.l"nal skill
and conSclentious devotion to
tne wet uerof boyA and gils was
"The administration of a school
system such as is fouAd in the Ca-
nal Zone RNl. many pouliari a-
pects," the report continues,
"In jheiurst place, there aree
virtually two school systems to-
wnich the admanistration is Is-
sponsible. In the next place, he
community itself has no direct
control over the' administration of
the schools, either financial or,in
the administration of the educal
"It should be aSieteed that
in spite of these diferenqes l&
responsible agencies coaned.ed
seem to be quite sensitlve'to the
needs of the boys sad giris In
"This applies tI' the Governor,
the Lieutenent Governor, the Di-
rector of Civil Affairs, as well as
to the professional member of the
staff. This is a fortunate circum-
fSK&p= offered for In-
training of the staff is far
lin t centers of ittel-
i s of Kraybill's spe-
.ne-ary and the accompany-
risa are not only importat
to the I Zone comnmaity J1W
cally. to the comlilson ol
tlS.q c States AssnoR
\, ,iul o committees' work. a-r
terml.Swhether the Balboa ph and
Cris ight. Schools and_ thea
Canal.Zoe Junior College should
Accreditation is ranted onlyf sc
the commission at its annual
t de a be ac
meeting' in November, following
anfor adiys of the many cphase
the school program. notification
of the final action is not sched-
riled 0o be received until January
Upon accreditation ofwa schoound
Its r dates may be aceptod
for e following 10-year period
for asessio in tohe most Balleboa Mages
without the requirement of en-
Sate's Court on ias second charge
Bo.d Over For
of burglary. T al
A 21as Indian was bound
over 6dr lrial in District Court
during yesterday afternoon
session ifA the Balboa MaiLgia-
trate's Court on a second charge
of burglary. .
The 21,year-old defendant.
Ernesto G0nzAlez, was charged
with burglarizing the Ft. Ama-
dor Service Club and making off
with a'radio and some troDhles.
GonzAles was already in the
Balbofa jail awailtint trial on a
charge of burglarizing the Cu-
A/dlai Charts Issues For Democrats,
Stresses Farm Proble'ms, Tak Cuts
GREEN BAY. W, Oct. (U1
-Adlai E. Stevepq. Way nne
Democrats last 4h 9 t St ru
into a tax cut or fal bac don
per fent of patty wa* as
means of trying to welive far
In 2 Eul.h poltit&ee
to the Vaop* Dea e n
veatie, Utevu hmhar(M I0
se for isparty for k
lectoe campaign. .
He laid heavy ithes on .sa
ture, taxation d aed
iuues and sai the i Sis
ibo are vulnerane U b
oc "clvil betlies," i.e t
-sadh. n t -
P) tial aominee lauded President Bi- are talki a abat a balanced of flexull farm price supports "is
d senhowtr for restoring "eo n fl-budget and possibility o$tts.cuts. not working.'
it dease" in America's peaceful in- but the Democrats are the "party "Instead of eliminating surplus-
tents at Geneva. of responsibility." es as advertised, it is eliminating
d 1Me said there should be so le said there are great needs farmers, as not advertised,' hoe
' division between the parties over for more schools, better highways, said.
; the tent of foreign policy, only more slum clestance and public He said he is in favor of Ilb
cl. ovei4he "means" efIts execution. -ousing. flood e adtrOli od safer price apportU, "but I do not
* Alihough not yet an avowed public health. r old aram by itself, good as
is- candflate for President a e it may have been in its day, Is
" year .'Steveoson talked like on as While times ae good, bhe said,.good enough for now."
he ipped into the GOP. the Democrats should think about Stevenson said what is needed
hl- He said the "sad misfortune" of whether these needs should be tak- ls to "experiment with new tech-
as Pragidet Ziseahower's illness en care of be re tax cut oiqeusa" insuring the farmer a
Straneended party lines and joined "We do not oppose tax outs," fair income.. .
m all ina "common hope ad ray he said, "but e wAnt to know He said these would mclude prm-
h er that his health will be res- sd what we are doin and where we duction pa enta.s, temporary or
as quitkly, at fully as pesiU." are going. And I say let act op- permanent withdrawal of sM
I s ponents cry o. t for tax reduetie land fro grain production. con-
S But he aid tere a Miw e at any wise." voting unmeeded break grais land
at fo .oa idebrt.s -l. Similar. Stevenon aUiMed to livestock feed and other Sevie-
not to pe
he y ar a
Id the administreatl
policy of either "Ben-
a anti oessere
Wt _.iniaM S&Iblk curricut l gir;
in&, recqiition to the nee of
both students whb6 will not attend
college and studeits who will con-
tinue their studies elsewhere,
C Warra Issued
Hin0 Mo1ts Ago
Finally I Served
A nine-month-old warrant for
the arrest of two Panamanians
wanted on a petit larceny charge
was served yesterday when the
men were apprehended.
Rufino Mena. 24, and Alberto
Merel, 22, were charged in the
Balboa' Maglitrate's Court with
petit larceny. They are accused
of stealing a wheel, tire and
tube worth $38.50 on Dec. 31,
Complainant in the case was
Jos0 Mates. lair of $50 was set
on each defendant. and both
were ir fail in lieu of posting
thl 1l. The incident allegedly
occurred on Madden Road near
The case was continued until
Leaves C Jail
The court wrote "finis" yester-
day to a week-long hassle be-
tween an American who was a-
bout to leave the Zone, and his
Frederick W. Trew, an elec-
trician who resigned from his
job wish the Canal last week and
was immediately apprehended
oh a civil cou$ order, was releas-
ed from the Balboa jail last
night after having been confin-
ed one week.
He was being held on a com-
plailt filed by the Philippine
Rattan Furniture store that he
owed them $606 and was ready
to leave the Zone with meeting
Yesterday he was set free aft-
ar motion in District Court
grounds that the matter h ad
to dismiss the complaint on thb
beet compromised and settled In
It was understood that some
of Vtifw'i Mends cLAn to his
ohS and he also surrendered
i lomxa urpiture which he had in-
tended shipping to the Btates,
. The American's termination
love check was attached after a
lJudnent.agaf him for $2,M45
a filed b the Gerard Truit
Va S Exchange Bank of Phia-
ideflla whom he owed for a new
flerble purchased last year.
*jne Pasna furniture store
e in court bh at-
lmateqr IS;BO pounds, a'- com-
pared with the 15,000Wpund
pulling capacity qf exist in g
equipment. It s) alo planifed to
increase the idle running speed
from tive to' eglt milei an'hour.
The Increased Wmtq capacity
will permit the ueo of fewer lo-
comotives per ship in-M ny in-
The Increased Idle running
speed will reult tn saving s in
loe ige time at Gatun ndr Mi-
raflores Locks where the re.
turn of locomotives from me
towing Job to the next is a fac-
The return speed of the loco-
motives ls not a sgnlflcant fac-
tor in lockage time at Pedro Mi-
With the improved design, the
ship-handling capacity of 57 lo-
Af Ci(han Empjep
led When Huntg
A 20-year-old civilian eQg
of the Panama Air Depot. t.s
killed yesterday while huat"i
in the back-gate area of Albrook
Air Force Base.
Police said that John S. Hag-
borg was fatally wounded when
his 12-gauge automatic shotgun
apparently was accidentally .1.
charged. The charge struck hiS
back of the left sholde1 t
Hagborg was accompanied by
a friend, Jack Wagner, who nW-
tified Air Police on the base at
soon as he could reaeh a tele-
The accident occutrednirouuld
7:30 p.m. and Hagbo g wM prP-
nounced dead on rrual t GOdr-
gas Hospital. wherf he ah rush-
ed in an ambulance. -
A native of BrttWt.Rwndurt.
Hagborg resided in Quriiu arid
worked in the supply sect on at
PAD. His father who is a ArMn
civilian employee also lived .
Curundu, in different quartetS.
The youth was reported bY
friends to be preparing to ob-
tain U.S. citizenship.
No funeral arrangements havel
been made yet.
Woman Fined $15.
aoi-au wua l w as t .o mO
manufacturers design,-: '...
MoWt orfthe tow nl
tive. to be -eplaced
than the .PaLma
were agisft w by'
Schlated br, eiol,. '
chanicat- er O--
mine Ca 1 .e.
also deysi m ".
trical equlpmeat for ibiS
The towing -locomotli
In fact, devised for
nal use ahd their design
patented by Schlldhauer.
Forty of the 67 locoinSlve
were built by the GeneralI ole'
trick Company prior to theoAp5w
:nx of the Canal. ,. ,omi
The other 30. including
modified for use as crane
built at various times since.b7- ';
Four were manufactuvpofI-!!!
-1916 and 12 more between lWj
and 1924 biv General Electrfr,
The other 14 were built bM bUi
Mec nieal and Locks Div
SAmple evidence of the
ence in costs ove the pott4R
years is the manufacturing c i.
of the towing locomotives. ..-
The first group was bulfl
1913 at a cost about about
Some of those built be
1921 and 1924 cost nearly g
000. and those built after
War II cost more than $i
Most of the towing lil, t
tlive in-use have reached
degree of wear %- obeol g
thit they require complete
building for further servi l
Engineering studies, as c0.,
ducted by Company and UL-.
consultants, showed that I.
would be more economical& t1
purchase new locomotives a,
to rebuild the old ones 4
would involve serious pro.
such as the replacement of llK
not now being manufactuwCf
A man who broke Into
con residence and mmad
with 50 cents worth of
v as given an 18-mOnth *-
tiary sentence which wa
ended for a period of
Sears, during yesterday's
in the U.S. District
A woman was fined $15 yes- The sentence fmm
terday for violating ope the Frank C. Davis,. out
provisions of the new Canal one second degree hur!
code, namely "duty upon striking ditioned on hi rpo
unattended vehicle." ly to the probation
The defendant. Blers de Ps not violating
Rod' a 41-Tered Pan- ma or the
amanLn avappar4nml eSving BforeP
a car whiW ,.,ith a park-: ut .F..
TlU 1mmai. man w ia.
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Deer season opeis here Nov. 16, and Frank always brings in
a buck, and Sunday I found the reason why.
One of the owners (f a rock asphalt company who also owni
* 23,000 acre ranch come by Saturday and gave Frank permis-
sion to go over the place with a key to the front gate. It's 40
miles west of town. So Sunday afternoon we drove in the front
gate and put In three hours passing through a number of divi-
alon gates, all automatic, observed different breeds of cattle In
each division, and on into the surprise a herd of deer almost
as tame as the cattle. From a high point we counted 18 of all
abzes, from does to half-grown fawns to six- or seven-point bucks.
* Rights to hunt on most ranches round San Antonio are sold
a some hunters, but the owners of this ranch takes care of this
eord of deer free to his friends. He extends invitations to a
limited number each weekend of the hunting season, has a man
to meet them and take care of them at the ranch house.
Th old central stone building was the first stop on the old
stagecoach route to E1 Paso over 100"years ago, and is still In
The cost to keep up the network of roads and to keep the
gates in such perfecL working order must be some Item. The
cattle are fat, also the deer, and it pays, so what's the difference.
Dr. Harry Eno is touring England and wrote from Salisbury.
We always hear from him.
In order to secure used. condemned, and junked canvas from
a certain Army depnt, the requisition rEquires five certificates
and five signatures. However If new unused canvas is wanted,
t-#e requisition requires only one signature.
I "MAN WITHOUT STARS"
LUSTY DRAMA IN SAGEBRUSH, RELEASE NEXT
THURSDAY AT THE "CENTRAL"
ZEISS PLANAR LENS 2.8
9 noew features
24 Kt. gold eamtd lens
which gives more light
S155 n tral Ave.
e ol d.0utere for
Panama -Pd Qanal Zone
'ut the ojly silences John Le-wis MectlWid,'- '7 ,-TWW
really Teave umndlstatfla a1 his I think I'll have you disconnected.
own. He began needling the ICA -Annette Kirk
through Congressmen from states -r
where coal mines have been clos- Add Madvertising Agency
ed down and coaldiggers are pret- Oversho6t, Budget & Cringe
ty low financially, some living on Sommer, Hyatus'& Suatayn-
surplus food. ing Bullem, Eustem, DQustem
Finally, two weeks ago Hollister & Oustem .. Zsa, Zsa & Yawn
informed Rep. Robert fR. Hollohan Elbow, Bender &Barfli .
of West Virsginia that the program Hann, Glover & DeTees. unne,
had been discontinued. Now hear Hann, Glover & DeTees. .Dunne,
this: The U.S. would continue to Shout & Hooseyelling Roll,
buy coal to helpeour friends abroad Ova & Playded.
but that these purchases wouldReporters:
"not be limited to the U.S. or to Favorite Line about Reporters:
special eographic regions with- A newspaperman doesn't know
in gall the answers. Just all the ques-
In other words, the ICA was go- tons."
ing to spend its millions outside
the U.S. despite the depressed "Do you think Dewey will wind
areas in the 11 states. up President?"
This nat only has aroused the "Why not? Ike may not run and
miners and the business people FDR can't
who depend on them, but It has -
given ta Democratic strategists The Club 59 reports this repar-
a chance to whip up a campaign tee in its foyer:
ssue Wyoming' Se. Joe 'Ma- "So how the family?"
honey, a close friend of labor's "Crazy, desk you."
leaders, is chairman of the Sen- "Dotz cool, man!"
ate Interior Sub-Committee on pe-
troleum, coal and other fuels. He Over in Walsh's Steak House, a
has just assigned two investigators chap trying to cheer up a pal
to probe the ICA action. (with the hies) recalled w h a t
Whp the investigation and hear- Wilson Misser said in a similar
In are complete a bitter politi- situation. "Nothing's ever perfect,"
cal storm will rage across the logic'd Miwer. t ants would
key 11 states which have big coal have a wonderful time at a picnic
areas and well organized coa pres- -if it weren't for the people who
sure grous. These 11 states also always show up."
have 148 Electors' Votes-119 of --
which were in Ike's column last Naw York's Like This:
tne--for which the Democrats Park Avenue's the snootiest,
will be ning. 12th Avenue's the sootiest.
it willbe revealed that million' The Battery's the tootiest,
of dollars are bi spent abroad The "Village" the fruitiest,
by ICA for expensve offices and But Broadway's the Cutiest!
large, duplicate stafs, which of- -Bill Hegner
te compete with each other for
power'. I'kw I've seen the docu- Overheard in the Press Box:
n. s r av ing that one offi.ianl "Outside of a homer the most ex.
doing an ae obonanother be- citing thing in a ball game for me
cause there is so little for them to is the Double Play."
do abroad these days that they_"Yes, the Double Play is the
have to fight for work. Pitcher's best friend."
I would be so easy to slash
these lush jobs and boondoggles Bill Goodwin (of teevee) tells of
abroad and throw the money to the ham who was told: "You aren't
the American coal fields. But, the least bit egotistical."
then, that would make real sense. "That'," was the sih,. "what I
lik- e most about myself."
Flash from Terry Moore:
"Grandma told s1e a girl should
w, always wear pretty Ingerie be-
o cause yoi; F eow when you're
a going tog by a Yar."
w umt tme y e 7"p ^to 7-
child up e t waow
-a a _- -i bse ~iM-ik
1The 1three- Week wait tiV~WJ,
iWere or the three-hour wait or
Tab Hunter's quote ."I used to
think acting was a bore."
Now whotcha think?
Marilyn Monroe recalling her
youth: "One day I wore a sweater
at school and everybody looked
at me as if I had two heads."'
Ya mean they're NOT heads??
A mediocre actress in the
Stork Club was rapping G r ac e
"What's that knocker's trouble?"
Billingsley asked. -
"I'd call it," said a colyumlst,
"a cse of Sour-Grace."
Time mAb's press editor (salut-
Ing a deserving competitor) elbows
the rest of us thus: "He lays no
claim to omniscience, peddles no
phony inside dope, conducts no
esoteric feuds. He thinks a Broad-
way column should be entertain-
ing, give people a laugh."
Torch bt;rns brightest Wi
your head keeps nbbg the .ay
your heart used to. ..Wenj
hck has given you the Chueg
e Torch Is Over: When' you
realtie she can be replaced as
easily as you were .. When yo7
begin to buy thing. YOU need.. .
When you start listening to new
tunes When you count sheep
instead of stars.
"But," adds George McEvoy.
"it's still flickering when the wait-
er, says: 'Are you alone tonight,
Ode to a B'way Nobody
Confidential doesn't rap you
Censored never prints ya name.
Even Secrets will refuse you,
So what's your claim to Fame?
Two chorines were gabbing at
the Embers: "It's getting so chil-
lee," one said, "I better get my
mink outta hock."
"And I." gifled the other.
Time then submits a very re- "better get mine outta hick."'
cent sample to wit: "During a --
tour of a California factory one of He: "Let's stay home and tun
the Russian farm delegates asked teevee on."
a foreman how many hours U.S. She: "Let's stay home and tura
workers put in weekly. Amazed to it off."
hear about the 40 hour week, the
Russian pointed out that Soviet Alan Dale asks: "Anyone point
workers stay on the job 70 hours, out the coincidence of Ike still be
"Replied the foreman: 'You'd Ing in D.C.? Denver, Coloradol"
never get this crew to wdrk 70 Peter Donald reports seeing
hours. They're a bunch of Com-truck with th repoars sewarning
munists!". truck with these rr wrnn.
Jurists! the way we stole it from a narrow pointing to the left:
Just the way we stole it from a "This Is Your Life ."
Britisher June '6th. To the Right: "Medic?"
Time mag's front cover Jin Add Show-Oafs: I. Farrell in the
continues: Losing Yankee mgr. N.Y. Times: "The first Clow t
Stengel is on it.cross the peaceful summer skj
The Yanks had nearly avery- was the post-war proliferation l
thing. Except Joe DiMaggio drama festivals." (He means theI
thing. Except Joe DiMaggio. sprouted all over the place) .
Item: "Parisian hat designer Murrap Schumach, same gasette
using spaghetti, orange p e ls, "Patricia Jessel has raised death
meatballs, and hard-boiled eggs to theatrical haute couture.
on hi latest millinery creations." (Meaning she's made an art of it)
Stop- You're given me Hat- Critic W. F. Kerr in the Her-
burnt i ald Trib.: "A pbhntasnmagriaf 1f
shepherd's pipes." (He meWas a
Tommy Mara. the oriole, was mish-mash.)
discussing an aging producer, who
is doing a Peron with starlets. Headline: "General Catre' or
"He has a passion for y ag Alcoholism Not Yet In Sight, DoeC-
girls," said Mara, "but he is Inthe tor Laments."
same fix as a deep sea diver with Whoosh Shed Sho?
;f'4 4**. .al. --T
'ZB'aberletidown with. hid m. As-
Lsting him in the axing was a
Democrat who normally has been
a good friend of medical research,
qn Yogarty of Rhode Island.
Wen they got through chopping
Bh Senate medical bill, the heart
fund was down to within a million
and a half of the figure originally
set by Mrs. Hobby--$1.278,000.
Dr. White couldn't help but re-
member this as he flew in a spe-
cial White House plane to Denver.
All summer, White House aides
have been calling on the Pres.
ident. Even prominent -senators,
who wanted to stop by Denver,
have been given a polite brush-off.
Now word has gone outt hat the
President will see absolutely no
one except on urgent government
business at least until next Janu-
ary Val Washington, the :-'e-
gro in charge of racial relations
for the Republicans, is trying to
fire 10 Negro holdovers from the
Democratic administration and re-
place them with loyal Republican
egroes. All 10 art working as
consultants tot he Federal Housing
Administration on racial problenis.
Washington has actually written
to the Civil Service Commission,
asking how he can legally get rid
of them GOP National Chair-
man Len Hall has been badgering
the White House to fire General
Services boss Ed Mansure. (He
hasn't cleaned out enough Deno-
THE BEV. J. W. LIMEKMANN
(above) of the American 3o-
ble Society of Cristobal, wl
speak at the regular morning
worship service at the Fort
Clayton Post Chapel atunda)'
morning at 10:15,. Rey, Llmke-
mann has traveled throughout
South and Central America
distributing the Bible in many
Edmonton, Alberta, before 220M
was little more than s trading
post. Now, in the grip of an ofa
and natural-gas boom, it is .-ea
of Canada's fastest growing cities '
Each month 1,200 new residedtsi
add to the population, already be-
yond .the 200,000 mark.
5,1 .. t~l -AMR*
.. --- ---
By VICTOR RIESEL
candidates have been broken by
a phrase or some sudden fury over
an issue which seemingly came
from nowhere like our recent rash
of hurricanes. After driving hun.
dreds of miles through Job-hungry
I. coal country, you run into just
al such an issue whipping up a big
black cloud over the Republicans
a in '56.
This storm is being stirred by a
lot of people-working people and
business people-in this state and
* some 10 others who are not shar-
ing in the national skyrocketing of
wages and profits this record year.
There are 65,000,000 people work.
ing across the land, but a lot of
willing men in the coal fields are
not earning their daily bread, and
these are the irate men.
They have been angered by
one of President Eisenhower'
Sides, who couldn't have done
more to turn there against the
Government f hii name had been
Harry S. Truman. Actually his
t name is John B. Hollister. He Is
I director of the International Coo-
Speration Administration, formerly
Sthe Foreign Operation Administra-
tion (FOA), ECA and MSA-the
initials of our foreign apparatus
which helped. our allies abroad.
The other day, Hollister de-
cided to save the government $150
000,000. So he wiped out a special
program aimed at helping coaldig.
gers In 11 states Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, West Vir-
ginia, Kentucky, Alabama. Colora-
do, Utah, Wyoming and Washing-
ton. This program consisted of
buying coal for shipment fo friend-
ly governments abroad. It called
for the purchase of 10,000,000 tons.
Actually, the ICA purchased only
1,130,000 tons, little more than a
tenth of that promised by former
FOA chief Harold Stassen back
in the 1954 Congressional cam-
ign. Full purchase of the 10,000,-
tons would have meant thou-
sands of bread and butter man-
days in the ir.ines for currently
Actually, not one ton of coal was
purchased in some states, such
as Wyoming, where there is se-
rious unemployment in the coal
The men in the pits recall that
Stassen, Hollister's predecessor,
made his promise in Denver on
Sept. 21, 1954. At that time, Stas-
sen said that he was going to re-
lieve unemployment in the dis-
tressed coal mining areas while
providing aid for underdeveloped
Then came the purchase of the
lo na n 'Ilnope. Ac-
4uay te IA dropped the r6
Months but noh-
iAnd -inei ; d ta h.- 'II
Shi. fste. e b tl a rash Noft
__ o to1 b.Una t
hower a ver, he flewt oo Wash- ~ l is U I
-11e ,afS he o f.a-'w t aes man hWas.hi
Z E er adm nisatoM n Tax ectler Mrust DIgn1M1fied
and cure of the disease which later er T. Coa mn And
|.was to threaten the 1IWO of the wants to be called eoe,
Preskdat. Ironleally, he got no-" seoTe of Internal .'n e
where. has Just warneA
Mrs. Ovela Culp Hobby, then to use "1111S" as o
Secretary of h e a t h, education, for Internal Revenu Se-vic.
and woafre,, did no t want more beneath tl* "diiy"
.." money approprlted b Cngreas tance of this ne
Sfor researchon he eart d disease. Th a sis o ew s n ne
was not entirely h6r ,fault, how" Order which reads:
ever, because she tWas following
White House orders on the budget.l Memorandum to all employees:
Dr. White made an eloquent plea "There seems to be a tendency .
before a Senate labor subeommit- on the part of some of our pso
tee headed by Sen. Lidter Hill of to make an 'alphAbetical gene
Alabama, a crusader for more of the Internal Rev ena service.
medical research. In several Instances that have re-
Ss"The U united States is one of the cetly come to my att ton, the
.. st unhealthy countries in the letters 'IRS' are used to identi y
W& __,,______ -world today in large part because the service. This practice ould
of this serious threat of coronary tease at once. Alp1gbeteal df
J--heart disease," testified Dr. nations have often. been applied
White, naming .the exact disease temporary agencies of the govern-.
which was to strike the President. meant, but it is not in keeping wJth
.* and business leaders Is constantly agency to refer to It in slich fash-
S.- ._ ~threatened and apparently more Ion.
and more so every year," Dr. "The full title, 'Internal Reve"
White told the senapora-by coro- nue Service' or service' should be
nary disease and also by related usel in alL corres.eo .ence an dl
...... circulatory ailments like high other material o aiivg la the
Blood pressure and brain hemor- Internal Revenue rve.
rhages. T. Coema An drew 1
(A Dr. White then described a re- 'ConIssiene.
search project begun two years Rememnber when Ya il oeaOt YOU
ago, aimed at discovering w h y income-tax forms that your taxes
coronary heart disease is common are being collected by a very se
in the United States, yet relatively rious and dignified man.
rare in poor areas like southern
oASe'*,!e Italy, Sardinia, and southern Af- Washington Go-Rooad
"These studies are likely to be It 't truen as leged b Con-
even more impoartat for the citi- arestman Ostertlg of New York
zens of the United States than for that the. American radar s 1eWil lV
anybody else in the world." Dr. system in the arctic to warn UK
White declared, "but very few against enemy bombers is work-
funds are available. In fact, I my- ing only part time. Reil truth iso
.t self had to draw on a small pri- that it's working around the cI-k.
vate coronary heart research fund The American people should ,t
and on my own pocketbook." be alaimed on this point.. In0
Sadentally, the Russian radar man the
WIeaste Was A Heart other side of the arctic does not
operate all the time, though ours
Dr. White literally begged the does.. Dictator Peron has plenty"
0 senators to approve the stepped-up of money to live a luxurious life in
1956 budget of $24,318,000 for the exile even though the new g)ver-l
PHONE TONE POME Or meet an influential guy. an itchy nose." National Heart Institute that had ment has already uncovered $ '0,*
0 phone of stone that never rings, been recommended by a group of 000,000. He has nearly $30,000, "
Your silence tells the s a d d e sat Gil McKean wants to wreck the One of the Stem's better known distinguished citizens, deposited in Svwiss banks under
things. col'm with the one about the chisel- Torch Carriers was asked how Sen. Hill listened to Dr. White's accounts which are identified ply
t says someone can do without ing Broadway booking agent who long it was since he and his Doll plea and acted. He increased the by numbers. Peron smuggled e
My whine, my line, my angry (when his star client died) claimed let it die. mopey for heart research almost money out of Argeinia during
shout. 10 per cent of her will "because "How," he almost wept, "can to the figure u'ged by the Boston past two years when he beg to .t
watch your Q-less a et it was her last act." you tell? When you're -c Ti Cp ist1e--nmeue, to t t,8|,0ftD.realize his days as di.ator WMt
had wonder if he's et the-torch every day seems a Thenl ap prth want to the numbered.
Au noet i r' t w Ruth Alitman' (of"Boy Friend") lifetimeI'" ou f resentatives where
S eless wire. a rpaw l, was at Sardi'chattingabout the ,
S t *1 6 '"itltr. "?MosA t soars."'-she..AMid. be Tor.h De" .W.aaishas -n=0t -
if "MAN WIIIOUT A STAR" in Technicolor. brings Kirk
P Dougla to the CENTRAL Theatre next Thursday,. a a rug-
I |er, mysterious man in the saddle. He has te title role as
h eroic cowboy, restless %nd determined rot to be hemmed
i] n by barbed wire. While the title and credits unfold, Fran-
kle Lane sings the title tune. Advt.
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A CLEAN SWEEP I!
To make room for trades coiqing in
against The 1956 Model PONTIACS
SPECIAL SALE OF USE CARS
(October 8th October 22nd)
CADILLAC 1953 -
4-door "62" series. all extras, black leather upholstery
BUICK 1954 -
. Super Riviera Coupe, radio, w/sw-tires, 2 tone, only 9,600 miles
PLYMOUTH 1954 -
Bervedere Sport Coupe, radio, w/sw tires, 2 tone blue and gray
OLDSMOBILE 1953 -
4-door, super "88" Hydramatic, radio, w/sw tires, 2 tone green
PONTIAt 1953 -
4-door Deluxe "8" Hydramatic, radio, w/,w tires, 2 tone
CHEVROLET 1954 -
4-door Sedan, radio, w/sw tires, bronze
PONTIAC 1952 -
4-door Deluxe "8" Hydramatic, ralio, 2 tone flue
OLDSMOBILE 1952 -
4-door Super "88" Hydramatic, radio, light grey
PONTIAC 1951 -
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"W" T PANAMA AMERiCAN Ar l-NDlPEu... BAKt uW r PAm _
ke-Torn Perfect Circle Plant !.
pens Monday With Heavy Guard About.s
NEW CASTLE. Ind., Oct. 8 violence and criticized the ma- I Pitchers IB
(UP) The Perfect Circle Corp. iyor's action. Lemon or cl
assounced plans to reopen its riot-I "It is ill advised, completely Feller, for 2 E
S to foundry Monday while Na- wrong and a detriment to the instance 3U
tional Guardsmen stand by to pre-!community to reopen the plant," 4 Batter's goal 4 D
vent another bloody clash between Caldwell said. "The responsibility i 8 Bees' home si
p ets and non-strikers.. for anything that may happen j 12Actress 5T
iayor Paul McCormack, issu- rests squarely on the ma your's Gardner sl
14 orders to the 600 armed Ishoulders." 13 Malt 6 T
ardsmen under a modified mar.- The roadblocks netted two Ten- beverages -
t law, said he will allow t he,ncsseeans with soutguns in their 14Drinksmade w
t to open for thu first time car. They were released after ,o r W
police lthsygs te i of fruit
a ce Wedncsda3.. On that day an assuring police they were going .Sailor 7 S
e aged mob pushed through squirrel hunting. go Im5 Ortai si
tb. gates and exchanged shots Two federal mediators-James 16 Immortal 8
vah workers inside nine persons Allen and Edward Windes-arriv- Heavy m8Ci
Were Injured or wounded ed for separate talks with labor hammers 9 ,
Since the Guard rolled ir. with and management. They refused to 20 Egg-shaped 10SI
i Shrman tanks and half tracks, say if Secretary of Labor James 21Enemy ga
vrything has been peaceful. al-I Mitchell, who called the riot "de- 22 Monster 11 E
J, tlcutgh efforts to reach a truce plorable, ordered them to t h e 24 Modern Persia. be
aietnement failed. scne. 26 Soon 17 L.
"',IcCurmack said he believed Craig. reached by radio t el e- 27 Scottish cap 19 Gi
Utile presence of the Guard will phone on a fishing boat off Flori- 30 Night
: '.,',uade any mass action Mon- da, said the Guard will remain on mammal
e of l duty "as long as necessary." He (var.)
Sinagement officials said th6 said he has no plans to return for 32 Pitcher's aim,
V ll ask 100 non-stnkeri to report a first-band look at the situation to-- the
S to work ar 7:45 am. They s a idibecause "I think I'm aware of a side
they v ill attempt to resume limit- situation where I am." 34 Exaggerate
e f production, d i s r up ted two 35 Avers [B
months ago i- a CIO United Auto r m 36 Pitcher
.;t will order the Guard to lmt37 US Supreme
.w. oC .Decision On Negro 7 R
tji-n'.mber of pickets to five, ac- a
toding to -, court mnjuetioa," ibe- u O 30eLeaning
COronack said. *Nothing is going 40 Snicker'
66 nen 8 We Bid May Be Delayed 40Snc
commander of the battalion on decision which could open F lonri
duty, met in Indiainapolis wvith~da's state-supported universities 51Exist
HorAce Cuuat. executive secreta-Ito Negroes probably will not bel 52 dirl 's
ry to Gov. George Craig. an d reached before the Board of Con-! nickname
warned the situation could get out trol meets here Oct. 14, Chief Ju- 53 Engage
Shand. twicee E. Harris Drew said today. 54 Metal
,'ol. Howard Wilenx, the co The Board of Cortrol has defer- 55Poems
mending officer said his m e n red action on all requests from 56 Sacred image
ctuld not enforce the court limita-. Negroes to enter the University of 57 Abstract being .
tit on number olf pickets. An ab Florida or Florida State Universi- .
,so""e martial law decorationn isty until the State Supreme Court
en dif his men are to take full acts on a case brought in 1949 by Th
Z rge, be said. iDaytona Beach Neg r o Virgil The Pacifi S
Tjie mayor said since Guards- Hawkins. Theh c ouse has beengiven INCORFORA
ymoo atroadblockswerescwree npiogtrity on the high court's "a"en-
mel at roadblocks were screening lar but a final ruling is not ex-
outsiders entrong the city, th e y i pected soon. not
would not be n around d to deon "Each of the seven justices has !R l
stte as they d id Wednesday. He k on it, an it's unlikely A R
said local pickets could be con- that anything will be decided with- FAST FREIGI
tra led.. in a week," Drew said. BETWEEN
A UAW interationalrepreent-I
active, William Caldwell offeredI The court dismissed Hawkins' C
no assurance there would not be suit once but it was carried to th -
'U.S. Supreme Court which sent it TO COL.OMBI
back to the state court for anoth- .. "POTOSI" ...
S raa er opinion in line with the dec iM.V. "SALAMANCA
Iner-MISSI. sion to outlaw segregation in the MV REINA DEL
Ft T0i wr ld Ell *Hawkins .4s seeking admission TO UNITED KIN(
oIIWus i ToHold only to the graduate law school, U M
I ... A ima l _alw for admission of Negroes at both M.V. "REINA DEL
UUI.U Annual rIl I the graduate and undergraduate -
levels. TO UN
The third annual TIntr-Mission The Board of Controls took un s.. "CUCO" ....
Fellowship of evangelical mission- der advisement at its last meeting s.S. "COTOPAXI"
arises wllt be held this yea .at the in Gainesville a petition by a
T rt Baptist Church in B 1 b oa group of Negro businessmen seek- ROYAL MAIL L
ohs n Oct.'10, 11-t All Ing to have the state universities 'L I N
asosn will begin at 9 a.m. and accept Ne rs at all levels. It
aD.m. dafly. also on a petition S.S "ARNEDYK"
The -InterMission Fellowship Is by 'egri Counciller ss. "DUJIVEND
group of evangelical missionary aid i pnly one "
representatives who have person- cou at the Universi- 1
I nel working in the local area. Spe- ty of florida enter de at al "LOCH GART
cial speakers scheduled this year school.- "
are to include Miss Hannah Hur Board of Control Chairman Fred S.S. "DONGEDYK"
nard of Palestine, who for many lent dr Jacksonville s a I d' the l SallOO
years had been a missionary to bard will decide on all cases in gs
thM' Jewish and Arab people. Dr, j record with whatever decision the pAcifiC STEAM N
WI. Aldama of Peru. for m a *oupreme Court makes ia the aw- w
years a radio preacher, mission ns ta case. D C O I.
rv and Bible School professor. D
William Andrew, a Bible teacher The world's busiest waterway
ansI pastor from Bryan, Texas. I the Detroit River, which car-
The meetings of inspiration and ries all traffic that passes through
Ine -tonary information are open the locks at Sault Ste. Marie and
to the public and everyone is cor- considerable other local and for- .
a 'ly invited. eign shipping as well.
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eriga i f 8 pe, tht he su r reation b proogts da _pageat.
learned that. he was a father.. traft" progtath I one of thea ".lgolett,4ad his cohorts
' Maternal grandparents of the Lt. Coakley attended the Cmnal k f the Communiw n c.Chrr.
baby are Mr. and Mtrs. 36seph S. Zone schools and was graddited program is staffed almost entire
hea of Salina. Kan., who were from Balboa High School. H I a ly by volunteer workers and iso- introduce a new beginner's clams
guests of their daughter and son- father was Chief of the Electrical pen to allU children who attend the in Batea Desating at the USO-
-la* here last winter. Division Diesel Station in Miraflo- Canal Zone schools. JWB Armed Forces Service Con-
PaterSl grandparents are Mr. res and retired from service two The nominating chairman pre- ter on Thursday. at 7:30 p.m. un-
andMrs raniso Perez Oroz- years ago. r onted a slate of officers for the der the direion of Mr. 4rthur M
to of Havana, tubs. Mrs. De o0- He andMrs, Coakleyare ow ming year. Kray of the Signal Offie, Post of
ro.;, -IpresaentL.jsitin her son living in Grand Rapids, the are Ernest Farts of Mar- Corozal, who is wLqT known on the
and daubterih-za* at Abirook. gaT-s. president; Valle Bright Isthmus for his bates decorating.
'" 0. Quartermaster Group 6.. o Diablo Hlghts first vice pres- The beginner's class will be lim-
iBeuty mission Delays Enjoys Boatride ident; Veda Pence of Balboa, ter Ited to twenty four persons, how
As ueweent ef t iro. The Panama Chapter of th e pqxr; Ruth Redmac of Margarl- ever. tanose wishingr to trace de-
Arval At laeyMnl e Quartermaster Association held a ta secretary. signs, are invited to avail them-
Th!e sWt arrl d two wpeks a- Moonlight Boat Ride. through the D tw ble the O-JW Cluet b dn al
The monthly illustrated talk willon.
.: Mo n atedatykwl th lraday evening class ae-
S. TpreA pesent Dr. Grace Stawartot Gor- Mr McKray will Introduce "0-
S ; A thle World"' a, the USO JWB 'm- porttion Rhliday" with a lecture
ed Forces Service Center on MO- on the history and art of batea
day, at 8:00 p.m. making and decorating, and will"
SDr. Stewart, who recently retiarn- present an elbitiou of his dee-.
Ad.from a 32,000 mile trip will orated bateas.
take her audience to visit the far For further Iaormation and reg-
corners of the world via her ex- istration, which cloes an Wednes-
tansive collection of colored slides day, October 12th, please call Miss
which she photographed during Dorothy Brickman. Director of Ae-
her travels. tivities. Balboa 1072, at the USO-
The world traveller visited' t a JWB Club.
three and a half month's psid via
fU t ', Hawaii, Japan, Phbllliine, (Additional 10bal News fa P. I)
Cambodia, Vietnam. In China,
India, Ceylon, Egypt, Jordan, L.
banou. Syria, Cypress,. 0r-eae, *
s ance witzerland, Belgium,
SH and and England
The public Js welcome.
Mr. Mcirsy T* Teach
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SOperation' eolld a BSen.' wm
lARRIET ElISIES AIEj
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Coe at lrc.piae ^c lwe! isaw AUI.USSales 4*eP. Iead*.g-Sttn, 1v gt*Iplda
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States d -other countries mainly because it does
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It never fall to give the results desired!
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FA.RMACIA REX "COLON
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CoepM aN it to gay bases
that .o. sinmy
Cftre it to cake make-up
tint hat "nu.y"
Cepei to spit y powder,
to usa "cake pow dtarynea
Glamorous Angel Face by Pond's
is a n-at.7sly, all-in-one make-up-
never sOre never looks
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n gasmedoaks onmliekvelvet
wi iim-and says. The skin-
s -auty ,Ols in
Po A Face give the clear,
d&hicaw de inwe e SOlimo
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t44,-I16. .-.'rn ru e the preset program, he ri lace
a etdl adt edlswrs ncieo Te$,5.5qeto wsa--As aue klZ As ai prefee
.St those of thepublic o dCdotbe"bt It' .a vd six munth'' l base pay, mus- q e.bou. -.
w ormqsI t's IhPAY,'uand,
,-, al l herhuan i .n tasring o t pmy, leave pi y, an1ha s
Altf15taat Porgy tr1V t ha eI qosatlnn wa-M a frvely.tne-tuine of....3gdothef a
Astha rd, -t o me'.r....ed.4..65 dreivs an- Alsoi includedd was a preern-ec .
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,t9' A 44 '"t htot now erta o I n t ered quickly and -cor ely last'rfor assigunbmetint;de CGardnerruchose to it."ll'h.
iih,.ob/of prjec.."--l',ol-.. about now. C e l Ita lanm lt swl
a~~a.jdewe-weft witaem lft"l o.rsqyN-G W.L Gr-- m a Qcohuanv,3dInhl x
.lo....--.......o .ho n ar. company "C -ltn utry .fatry, w e e4 Is presenotly o aY-[ f*tt ir
rm21Wa a 4 Uth o f oa l rer catnv abroad d Frht
..-r, uld._talksits, pla co dr n Fort X+Id.. 0 9 as frst sergeant,
.. .. oof n who- 0ackutThuex aevel eyear. 9t-- .- .onus
Foeth 0I the p grieofa ticket s l bill a tands1turdy 4
r on a common f boebt R ai .-ep y6u want to e t Ex a
th, n-u--.l musi" l ,how, .e. s "i 'ta" -o'k.
piand L& vimhea t tr rn 6l fe t corectand-bi b-c ans-r
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G .Row wasa l am lore. dyfa- ele P it r ev n nepore eprizeg nd went,
ac ofckrawa ho. .owt .tefefi a en
throgh Du m of.in Ide-he m" '.home a'- hi man.Oii
f ound much touIk g healn strange op an.
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nThomsands of tourlmte ; okt S Gorga th natasyomear sit1reaonnigg
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more lhad ap ~dG~ale .yg@ .rY` .... 'n~ linietyphnod ri rto Oct' 'iaa o- hsstjt. lc .hi nthL.. t tNJ
oe W flae ud- ah e t taq b S a stop. 1- twte present
t-Wat4v- G o. gifn vt-wstInto effect. p
l'ielt the. leao th )a r Iag to hsluoirced -nhim ie n the
yet nlpf 1935 tlietq owas plen oftrc fh hand- i enviable palorsilin being d eegblee I R
oAtEement An anhattan when som.de bea-rdtG' -be pulledIto re-enlst w s w and receive an %. .-. -
ththe .obrcthooppros tGerswnetootbkwt oethehlittleo 4 ,wantheglttlerlWlpeu' ynt ofDnnarmes..Iunusually high bonus. Consequent- -" r rn '.
Dsth job of projecting the well- In the role o ffstageat -
Wloed,ds.oy Into the aa *ditteaes i dl- t night's-fl -..,e
menoslon Rand larger canvass of mackAt1 rdy uth T S.a
opnrema.FPdasamlV obit SPAY aihand1
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"probably expected wnabetter a-imawwho Mko a Co.K- .
Steoth~er the price of ror nd.sIl '! s. turdyj
ethan-usual musical show, sta o Vici.g Wstart tbwYork."
ind bra potpourri of Nae roTd pei Bearda
zpl.rltqals-heavy with contralt o Barne, rwondc 10dandin rof'w.
dtfolk drama mixed with good the partlaas a with Ethel .d956nWaspnt
ar'swhI music and the brA "u lier as os ,lg a bit Hornet
pace of a Broadway show. n .- E Yth-Rtoe flO sW La Verneg i
What we heard and saw wI: Ru.tchqrgon m0d ESarCHa Flowers 2 fTones
so much bigger some of us were' in the same rHlec,foFhe F matinee
buzzled and disooncetred. Ws ~ as to whih cple was out-
Sfound much to like In the Aim, standing. and
ifer, hiore forthright ongs; but erybody 2ted that o
trheChigh percetnage qf9oaprapo: MPCurryaasubrdrogave a phe- 3 Tones
I n the- score and the complicated -men-alcharie erization. M
orchestration was so new we did Aong the, orbra, Catherine We: can now accept orders a
onotn owewhat to milk@oofrIt. A [ 1oAyehsaol h fneie teodout -- a
Before The show elosed, the fact that rAses It RlU the more for these beautiful now
u5119 bnm had already become -otuterestin tW.learn. she made 1e u
5 m Q -sn al h go-fok f-a ahR Wastefamiliar that on second c im.- her debt, In *Wli original pTO> o w "V6 odlNfe"at ying the_ __
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in their boeleafrolet Xndgayest humors.Id the title recs, efof "rrgy amdBooss," left, are La musicealf ear could Comprehend.. Another12vpfrnlogwihszigpweada
V i ucwirson, and Mlartha Flowers., wbo pe reformed In the roles Yeastedyateno.Laft night, at third inarcl g a b atlgJk hsper utt E r
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57"H" STREET, PA
CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
Dr C. FAbre Dr. r. Avila J.1
D.i s. (Geora Univeuitl) ,0,
'lveli (41b of July) Ave., No. 2IA2
(oppo'itr Anton School Playlnround)
Tel. 2-2011 -- panama.
Phone Panama 2-0552
...hJiopratlic adds life to yean".
and ear I li fe
: Itreet hea 1
1 Wd July Ave. J t
s 0asAV&d aNft
'MAKE HASTE TO LIVE"
Sun. "DADDY LONG LEGS"
'PIRATES OF TRIPOLI"
Sunday "THE SHRIKE"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:25
e Kirk DOUGLAS
Also Showing SUN. MON.
2 30 4:25 6:20 8:20
WS La Cans4eUla
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
N4a 8 uenir Plaa
FARMAAIA L MAHI,
rent of July AVL.
Agenda Internal. de Pubiloaolonwe
.* ceaum Are.
rPaqm Lideoe 1 oed
alete Aresemous va
houseworker. Five days a week.
Must speak English. Jo"s Ga-
briel Duque No. I1, La Cretsa.
-- --W --
maid to attend one child. Good
salary. Apply IOA-53 Central
Avenue. Panama or 9126 Boli-
var Avenue, Colon.
WANTED:-- Experienced cook,
good salary. Alberto Navarre St.
No. 26 (El Co reIo).
FOR RENT:- Furnished 2-bed-
room chalet, exclusive. Ameri-
can neighbors. Phone Panama 3-
IIR PRALIUK I The first year of a baby's life,
n W A.end 1E. ORILLAC from the first glimpse of the
Sf ipatner G.aduoi.L I new born baby to the long-
art Avenue Tel. 3-1s- awaited first birthday party, is
Sibock from Lux heat et revealed in pictures and text in
"A BaOy's First Year," one of
the books placed In circulation
NSPORTS BAXTER. A. during the past week by the Ca-
eckers Shippers Movers n al Zone Library
"In 2-2451 _- 2-2562 The pictures were taken by
Learn Riding at Wayne Miller, celebrated bab.
ANA RIDING SCHOOL photographer and the text was
A& Jumping clones doily prepared by Dr. Benjamin Spock,
to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279 well-known baby authority to-
or by eppointient, gether with Dr. John Reinhal t,
a friend and colleague at the
Rochester Child Health Insti-
tute and at hVe University of
-"We shape Your FIure" Pittsburgh.
BODY-REDUCING The complete list of new
S famous MLe) Machines books. their titles and authors
dish Masage Steam Bath announced by the Library this
rEPEDIA NATIONAL week follows:
Non-fiction: Way to Inner
(Droa Ph.lPeace, Sheen; How to Get Land
sto Aremea P 217I from Uncle Sam, Kursh; Urn-
nium Prospector's Guide, Bal-
a lard; Baby's first year, Spock;
S.Stabilizing Construction. Co-
lean; Designing for People.
ne o-- 'Dreyfuss; The complete Book of
nitnued from Page 5) Fishing Tackle, Koller; Art of
A sportshirtance wilbe the e C ai 68ea Ship
older of the evening at Brazos Cwiklnskl; Young Sam Johnson,
Brook Country Club tonight. The Clifford, MY Nine Lives In the
Royal Sultans will play for the Red Army, Solov'ev; Web of
affait sponsored by the Cotillion Victory., Miers; Trails West and
ClubV Men who Made Them, Dorian;
C l)- and Crusade in Asia, Romulo.
V.F:v. Dance Tonight Fiction: Cross, Sword and Ar-
At bcolil row. Barr; The Long Way Back,
DkbIny Bishop and hi% orchestra Bennett; The Queen's Knight,
*ill'furnish the music for a dance Borowsky; Dream of Treason,
tbnafht from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a. Edelman: Circle of Trees, Fara!-
'ii. at the Gen. George W Goe- la; Ring around Rosa, Gault:
thae Veterans of Foreign W a r siSow the Wind, Gilman; Violent
Pos iNo. 3835, Cocorl I Saturday. Health; Bella North,
This dance is open to the public iMarr-Johnson: Seizure of Pov.'-
TIlre will be three free d.oorer. Milosz; and Somewhere in
pries. I This city, Procter.
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 8:15
ClnemaSco e Color'
Bun. "TIE VIOLENT MEN"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:05
Sunday "WRIT FiATHlR"
ham rill guitgMl r
ma tmw o mryt
o SU41 a M UeOIa v ANMD MONDAtI
L^AL.. .1s. .. .. -.
C4Iff -4t4A I .Aam
Jfeg ;. *till (AMP BIER 9 :1 :55-
WE BUY, Sell and Manage Real ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
Estate. "The Imperial leole." modern furnished aportmenh, I.
Cathedral Ploeo. Ponome. Tele- 2 bedrooms, hot, cold w t r,
phone 2-0857. Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR SALE OR LEASE:- Largeo, FOR RENT:- Apartment, con-
new, modern home in suburban create building, near race track
Panama: Three bedrooms, two 2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
bathrooms, corner lot of 1000 dren. Apply International Jewel-
meters. Can be purchased for ry, 155 Central Ave. Phone 2-
$6000 down payment. Will lease 1803.
to responsible party of good
character for $150 per month FOR RENT:-Small modem a-
unfurnished. Owner leaving for apartment with hot water. unfur-
SState.. Reply to Ban MGE-134, nished. Apply Foto Halcon, -
El Panama America croel from Hotel El Panama.
FOR SALE:-Tract of land 12,- FOR RENT: One and two-
000 square meters with frontage bedroom apartments in Edificl
on Trans-Isthmian Highway on Deveaux. El Cangreio Hot water
corner of recently concreted and garage. Call 3-5692.Apply
road. 12 miles from the city. at 2034 Sabanas Road.
40c. square meter. Ricardo Mi- FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
r6, Phone 3-4923 or 3-6007. ment with all modern convenl-
ences. "D" Street. El Cangrele,
RESORTS Rosita 'Building. Inquire Apart-
men rNo. J.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished apartment, kitchen uten-
sils and linen, I bedroom, living
room, porch. dining room, kitch-
en, garage, garden. hot water.
9th Street, Sai Francisco, near
bus stop. Phone 3-5354.
FOR RENT:-Apartment: living
room, 2 bedrooms. Furnished or
unfurnished. 43rd Street # 64.
Boatas & Motors
FOR SALE: 16-ft. playboy-
type outboard runabout, com-
plete with windshield. remote
controls, steering wheel, trailer.
Phone Las Cubebres 2036.
LEWIS SERVICES ,.A n
FARMACIA E 8ADOS UNIDOS THEi PANAMA AMER ICAN A
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS NOVE1OAD ATHI. 12] .
M Ms m 1. .. .
.0 N OI
FOR SALI:-1955 Pentlae ar
Chief Catalina. twe-bes, E Z
eye glass, radio, tubele tires,
hydramatic. w/s/w. Bargain. Can
be seen at house 614-All. De-
Lessaep, o call 3-3101 between
4:30 and 5:30 p.m. Leaving
Isthmus very seeoon.
FOR SALE: Bargailm. 1952
Studebaker Land Cruiser 4-doer.
22.000 miles. Owner leaving.
Phone 2-1233. Estudiante Street
FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth 4-
door deluxe, perfectshape $550.
Call 86-5155 after 3:30 p.m.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
1952 CADILLAC "62" 4-door
sedan. Radio, hydramatic, white-
wall tires. Color: block. A very
1953 Dodge CORONET 4-door
sedan, Whitewall tires, new up-
1950 FORD CUSTOM CONVER-
TIBLE. Radio, overdrive, signal
lights, new top, new upholstery.
1953 P0 N T I A C CATALINA
COUPE. Leather upholstery, ra-
dio, hydrimattc, whitelwall tires.
1951 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4-dr.
sedan. Radio. hydromatic, signal
lights, new upholstery. A bar-
1951 FORD CUSTOM 4 door
sedan. Fordomatic transmission,
radio, whitewall tires. Clean
Beside Coca-Cola Plant1
Tel. 2-4966, 2-2616. Panami.
FOR SALE:-'49 Cadillac Fleet-
wood with all the extras, in per-
fect condition, $990 cash. For
more information call Johnny.
FOR SALE: 1949 Olds "98"
2-tone green. excellent condi-
tion, with many extras. Price:
$450. See at No. 63 /i Fourth
of July Ave. or call Quarry ts.
4n20 a._" i.!n *a.A -i .
FOR SALE FOR RENT MISCELLANEO-S
Household Roomasn ALOHSOLICS
FOR SALE:-Dining room t,6 T 1 k 1tguitiislly fo 0 atm1 ) i
chairs, excelleint eeditio.. Ca llw FT fat- tx V k a L
2S2-MA-2L116C Mlik, kh M -WVIAS
!OR SALI.-Rattan set. dining, Mar- 4.rSf.s-.P- M aho 0553.
bdreme, set chinaware, refri-
geratr. regain. Paque Lefevre,
Calle ta. No. 21.
FOR SALE:-Dining roem table.
vsnily.'smill table, desk. 3-com-
partemnet wardrobe, collapsible
dining rom lablo, 6 chairs, side-
board, modern china closet.
Siniqe sawing machine. All best
mahogany. Via C6rdeva 4120.
FOR SALE:.-Doublebod, spring,
matetm eood condition., lO-B.
Balboa Read (Credit Uiion
FOR SALE:- Household furni-
ture, reasonable. 4th of July
Ave. No, 59, Apt. 1.
FOR SALE:-6-cu. ft. Norge re-
frIllrator. 25 cycles; make good
second refrigerator, $20. 2396-
FOR SALE: Mahogany living
room set. Call 85-4183 or see at
251-A Coresal. Like new.
FOR SALE:--60-cycle Interna-
tional Harvester upright deep
frreee, 141/2 ft., used 1 year.
$400; 60-cycle Speed Queen
automatic washing machine, used
1 year $200.. Call 2-4224,
FOR. SALE:-Table lamp com-
bination $20; teakwood coffee
table $55; desk with chair $35;
imported bar and accessories
$125; rustproof aluminum port-
able. ice chest $18; girl's 16-
inch sidewalk bike, new $25;
24 Q.M. bed with mattress $15;
46".djameter mahogany table
$25. Also dishes, swing, toys.
etc. Call after 8 p.m. 2-2877
or 360-8 Anceon C.Z.
SFOR SALE GERMAN HART-
ZER MOUNTAIN CANARIES,
direct ImpMes from Srwmay, ex-
Scllent staerL $15' s.; Geran
chrome bird a 'fm SLFO
to $21 T. OIACUAR1O TROPI-
CAL PET SHOP, AP.Yta 3-lwa,
Phone 3-541 I.
FOR SALE:-TROPICAL FISH-
IS,. lrgoel MdefletN at loweat
prli4e CM and dog supplies.
ACUARIO TROPICAL PET
SHOP, 49 Vii spaea, Phone 3-
FOR SALt--Girl's English bi-
cycle. Call 83-2194 or see at
566-3 Curundu Heights.
FOR RJNT:- Offices in- eom-
mercial ryw I' front of Hotel El
Panama Apply Fete El Hilcen,
9-12 and 2-6.'Ohene 3-1179.
A JfllE5 JIM JAINT uRI A
CANAL....AND TO Q M60S
PORTOMLLO F S T I VAL...
Aboard It Panama's' dela
crucn~is "Pendera" & "Virgin
nla":. CANAL TRIP: Leae
Balboa Dock 17-7 a.m. Thues-
day. Oct. .20. Thru Paama Ca-
ida wib lunch $10.. PORTO-
BELL9 TRIP:. Leave Colon
Stranger' Club 9:30 a.m., ri.
Oct. 1. Vieit rumin of Pte bel-
le, fe natie .- p. cale., of
"The Bdiq Christ." ReCm'Amir o
night. Trip, hack, d-iwOr i41.
COMBINATION CAN' AM
PORTOBELLO TRIP., 5 In-
clodes meals, oeft.dWiks. won-
derful time... Phone Jungle Jim,
E Panama 2-1660.
DILICIOUS food. IwpeaIstyle,
balanced dieoC home delivery.
WAN'TE:'- Trio or duo for
cocktail. lounge. Ala, wish to
. conoet ood alIk.-plaeior pla'
no-acerdion player for p sfi
.38 3.%f, l anWr,. Moi a tLu
a"e Ce ktell Luse.
_k., d a : .
FOR 4ALE:-2 venetian blinds.
mtai! 32 inches wide, 50 inches
long, apple green; 3-yard square
grien linoleum; I red and black
lacquer table; I charcoal- color
string rug. 3 ft., x 5 ft; I fleer,
kmp, **i".owek rr ar ,dlh",,
By OSWALB JACOtB .-- .. Pho 2-3- BIofl Apt. ,I
S- Written for NEA Servce FOR SALE:- 1950 Oldsmenils 4. iear Apeon Comnisesr,.
4-door sedan. hydrnsmatle, radio. FOR SALE.-Due totrip: Livn
pow tires, $595. 0922 Amador
NOBT : M Road. Phone Balboa 2984. 7room se, Singer ing machined a
A6 JANT D tiles. Estudisate Street No. 14-
SVKJ WANTED 92. Apt. No. 7 upstairs).
0102 "" Automobiles FOR SALE? New gas range,
S"i 10 used two months, 4 burners with
W TL f RA (D) AUTOMOBILES WANTED grill. facilities for hot water built
S"695 4 We buy automobiles Models in for easy Intsallatlon. Call 84-
SA Q "0 8 4 AQ084 p 4 1950 to 1955. We pay CASH 3111 or can be seen at Qtrs.
.. AJ6 *KQS8743 ON THE SPOT. 672.B, Fort Kobbe.
S 'Autos Eisenman FOR SALE -Dining room chairs,
,, '. Autos Eisenman tl Ho 12-K
(beside Coca Cola Plant) typewriter table. House 1523-K
I .QW .k d]Q101732 G a Tel. 2-2616-2-2966 Panama. Gevilan. Balboa.
G. H. DALTON NonSo l KIR
Charles Rogler, export qnleis North-South vuL Scout N ews E
manager of Oneida, Ltd., wor'd-i Rast South West Noir ---
ilamous manufacturers of sLer- 3s 84 44 44 Forty-four newly trained Girl
i ling silver and silverplate flat- 5 Pdea Par- Ooube Scout leaders were "graduated" in
ware, Is in Panama today after: Pass 86 Pasl PMa investiture ceremonies held on
visiting representatives of the Pa ss both sides of the Isthmus th is
company in a number of South OpaiSg tladS.. A week. Both groups of leaders had ah netlee tor iclilon in tlMp
American and Caribbean coun- participated in a basic Girl Scout er .mn"Should submitted In l
participated in a basic Girl Scout written ton .aqd called to a#& at
tries. m w leadership course of 18 hours. The he box nmubS i abKed daily B1e.
From Panama loglej; will pro- courses covered a variety of fields @1_1 and Otherwie." or dePolvd
ceed through Central America When both sides bid up to a high and stressed g r o u p leadership bryibdn to the eMafe. o.ar"'
and Mexico before returning to level, it usually pays to bid one skills and program planning in the no nned by
Oneida, New York, home office more of )our own contract rather Girl Scout organization. Retired Civil Employes
of Oneida, Ltd. than double the 'opponents. You Mrs. James Whitmore was the Celebrate Annuity Increase
have a chance to make your con- volunteer trainer for the Pacific- At Party Tomorrow
One purpose of Rogller's visit tract or to take a very small loss, side course which was held at Ft. A meeting of Chapter 24, NA-
was to announce that Gordon land the trouble with doubling the Clayton and Mrs. Nancy Peterson. tional association of Retired Civil
Dalton will be the representa- opponents is that some unexpect.- executive director led the Atlantic- Employes, will be held at the Ti-
tive of the company. Oneida and Ied diatribuiton or a slight defen- side course assisted by Mr a. voli Guest House, tomorrow. after.
its products are well-known tolsive error may let you in for a Faith"Brundage. noon at 2 p.m.
Dalton who worked in the far- very big loss.- Newly-trained leaders in D i s- This will be a victory meeting
tory at Sherrill. N.Y., during his trit II and III (Pacific side) in- to celebrate the recent increase in
college years. Last April he vis-I After you 4ave bil one 'more c ad: Mrs. Earl Almquist, Mrs. Retired annuities effective Octo-
Ited his former home and old instead. of doubling -hat do ypi Datid Anderson, Mrs. Frank Be- ber 1st.
friends and toured the plant do if the Opponents litewisq bid han, Mrs. Robert Bubb. Mrs. Hel- Members are invited to bring to
where he once worked. The out- one more? You can't go on for- en Barrett. Mrs. Elanor Bongior- the meeting any persons beaefit-
come of that .visit was disclosed ever, for then you' will surely get ni, Mrs. William J. Bunch. Mrs. ting by this legislation, as it is ex-
yesterday when Rogler named beyond your depth. Albert F. Lima. Mrs. Rufus R. pected they will desire to support
Dalton to represent Oneida Ltd Cannon, Mrs. Thomas Clary, Mrs. the organization that made it pos-
in the Republic of Panama. I This was the problem that con- Joseph Cooke, Mrs. Elmer Carder, sible.
fronted South in today's hand. He Mrs. Grant Dial, Mrs. George Gil- Other matters of interest to re-
.I got up to four anades without any I ,. Mrs. John Hern. Mrs. W. C. tired employes will be discusad
InstallatioRn t.ouble. East then. bid ftve. -v.gwX t, Mrs. Charles K&iser. at the meeting.
S monds, .and south wanted-tedTMrs. A. G. .Kihlgren, Mrs. Carol
Services Tonmorrow five spades. What ped him was Marshall, Mrs. Jenis MeMilan, .
the fear that a t would Mrs. Joyce Royals, Mrs. M. .
At Twno Churche then bid up to six. monds, thus Seymour, Mrs. Richard Spiela T 0 D A Y i
SS giving him the same problem all Mrs. Joseph Twombly. Mm. Coa ..
Slover again. .rad R. Underdah!. Mrs Samuel 60. ---- 30c.
Tomorrow moniag at 9:30 there Worton, Mrs. G e n e Whitington -* wifI K
wil an installationservice for the South found a way to solve his and Mrs. L. A. White.
new pastor and assocate pastorprableui, barely because he had AEh ItE E I
of the ^Rio Aban Church of God complete fai a his expert part- New District I leaders are: Mrs. ADVENTURE
on 16th Street (Monte Oscuroner. It was clear that the hand Dorothy Blumenstemn, Mrs. Doris,
IRoadi. "belonged" to'North and South, Brill, Mrs. Grace Coe, Mrs. Lee
The new pastor will be Rev. Wi- largely beeaus. 5ast had started An Helbush. Mrs. Doris Leeser;. EXCITEMENT!
lia J. Johnson-and as niate pas- with a shutot bid, aowiug a Mrs. Alice McGann. Mrs. Anne
tor will be Orman Braewsste.r p as weak hand w i at Jengtn in Pennock. Mrs. Joan Prey, Mrs. UD A E
Re%. WilliamLivinrston, r his own sudt. 3p.e South could Loulse Rainey. Mrr. Margaret P.RAMA Ih ;
in charge f Lhe Churs. min^isr af forn. to pass,s t that NorthShiplev. Mr.. Margaret- Wih Ite, A
on the Isthmus. has been actn would either Wida.. ble on the Mrs. Betty Yarbrough. Mrs. Mer-
as ,t fthis "cur since th'assumption that < 6*m wasleen Carstens, Mrs. Carol Bird -
dea'h of the former Pastor Rev. forcing. and Mrs. Divine Hartman.
ioris L. Dawson. C ... h L l 4. .i...- --.--. n Wn i _G ic.. .- .... -..
,3UULI U IUN WUthULEU.f Gu i 'lu S L t~IU ,.us-w er
OULIIo s fit we juJ W t U CU. iwrinu; tzii Oub Li ou ra n courses are
Sunday Night at 7 30 at the Pa knew that he couldn't pass five ondubted under the auspices of
narma City Church of God on Ma. diamonds. Since he had fairly bal- the Canal Zone Girl Scout Council
riano Arosemena and "N" Streets,' anced distribution, North doubled., a member of the Canal Z one
there will be aa short installation This was just what South had: Community Chest.
service for Ormai Brewster as,expected. He' eovld now bid flve
associate pastor of this church al-Ispades, which he. had wanted toM Mng
so. Rev. Wm. J. Johnson is thebid all the time, without worrying ingS
Pastor of ths chu .h. too much abet a- l&ither bid by
Pa. the enew. Sh in they lad bee. Speelal Meetlag Of Barbadia-s
doubled at Ave dlmads they The Barbadian Progressive So-
STELEUEONE: were not likely t-ventore on toiciety will hold a special meetna
Isix. Monv the lddAS teoded tomorrow at 4 p.m.
3-1 8 5 to indicate e at So th WA unre.. ,
tain of W sm adeaad, tl| A delegation of the soe ity lnm
ESSTUDIO KRIKL the opp ~ l_ therefore be the Atlantic side will be preset
andl M. Tiles, Table- inclined ta- at a albg with a recent vipite.
T S. PUtS s. s.- m. ritky I t Bat- edos to ive a ta a -
n owlees by lnru-t'-.t trmen Ii* y ofrs
bidding 'o de*atareask.ed to be
e,..:n....mk.... .I ."-t ,4
CHECKING THE PULSE of Mademoiselie Mannequin, a imL -
ulated vtctim of smoking in bed at the new House of Hazaocd
at Fort Clayton, is 2nd Liputenant Robert J. Ellis. The Hbqse
cpotains examples of typical fire hazards that are often over-
loked, aid (te damage they ca 'cause.,The idea of the HolUse
was conceived by Col. Richard F. Ebbs, U8ARCARIB Fire Mar-
shal, and was set up by the'4 Firefigbtera of Fort Claythn
under the direction of Ellis The House wUill be open. to the
public 'during ire Fr~eteition Week, October 10-15.
.(4.0.. Armny Phbto)
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CIA. HENRIQUEZ, S. A.
Apartade No. 459, Col6n
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FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Low rotes. Phone
PMILLIPS Oceanside Cottages.
Santo Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panomo 3.1877. Crieltw
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages Modern conveniences.
moderate rates. Phone Gambee
Shropnel's furanlbed houses on
beach at Santa Clare. Telephone'
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Firm Names Dalton
As Local Agent
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Pedro ARMENDARIZ, in
REBELLION OF THE
Edward G. ROBINSON. In
A BULLET FOR JOEY
RAM AGI A,'
Wake of The Witch
BILLY TE KID
j -n M %
y Tests Professor's Pasiry
NEW RUNSWICK N. J.-(UP) So he rounded up the boy
-When Walter Madlnn, a sembled them in Duccleu
food ecl s gad pnuior at -The youngster went a]
RutiePs pU .ridlty, was at odds me down thele," the
witlbl di.tors an whether to reported. "They could'
Pie Bisefore or after bak- any difference in flavor
g, e kpw where to go for a the 'befo-e' and the after
pal nf experts. es. And wtats mor
Wnt bet ta.tin jury than 10 thought I was a good
hungry boys, al lss than 10 SUNED
pear old. SUNKED
s and as-
The 75 editors, representing REGEND, N. D. (UP) -
newspapers, magazines and radio There's a shortage of storage space
stations on the eastern seaboard, in North J)Dakota, but that had no
had contended after sampling ing to do with Frank Laufer piling
some at Dr, Maclinn's pies-most- a load of wheat on the ground. A
ly apple-that the ones frozen be- skunk got caught in the combine
fore baking tasted best. with the wheat and Laufer de-
But D. Maelinn was skeptical. cided to keep that batch separate.
Weslern Pen Cons
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MO M l N "O 0 0 J Three Western Penitentiary cr
victs climbed to a water tank I '
feet above the prison yard 3c.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) It's the Gang comedies, is Fern's terday and refused to come dr
the n.amas of juvenile stars, not nomination for the brightest lad unless authorities agree to tran
the kids, who should be spanked she's ever taught. fer them to another prison.
and sent home. One day or the set, she remem-
Permanently4Fern Carter said, bers, Farina's mother suspected he Warden Frank C. Johnston
pointing to the gray hairs on her was chewing gum. the prisoners left their job;
head accumulated during 36 "Farina, are you chewing 10 a.m. and clambered up a
years as a mo'ie studio school- gum," asked mama. "No," repped row ladder to a wind and
teacher rarina. "Then what DO you have swept catwalk where they
"There's one gray hair," she in your mouth?" bornly clung for hours. None %s.A
said, "for every movie mama Replied sevenyear-old Farina: armed, the warden said.
I've met." 0 "Just saliva, mother, just saliva."
But it's not a oodby yet for the Recently Fern has been saying Johnston said the remainder of
Mrs. Chips of ollywood. Sixty- "Cut" to Director George Stevens. tht 1,100-inmate prison was quiet.
two-year-old Fern Carter, a grand- The word generally is reserved for and there was no chance of a repi.
mother, has .no p I lan s for directors but Fern's "Cut" carries tuition of the bloody riots wh i c h
retirement because "children keep even more authority. Three-month. swept the 70-year-old institution in
me mentally young." old twins, Ricky and David Bishop, January 1953.
Movie mamas pushing their kids play the children of Elizabeth
into the spotlight for 36 years may Tayloi and Rock Hudson 'in At dusk spotlights were focused
have given Fern gray hairs, but "Giant." on the catwalk. The holdout pris-
they haven't bothered her placid, Their appearances before tbe owners posed for photographers and
intelligent approach to the three camera, are limited to 30 seconds smoked.
R's on Movietown's frantic road to at a time, according to the child .
fame and fortune. labor law. Mrs. Carter gravely1 Johnston said the convicts hadl,
Some Day, Though, Fern says eyed he rstop watch and called a bten transferred to Western. Peni-
she'd like to write two books about halt.' to all shooting when the Itentiay from otherprisons th-
h career as. a Movietown Mrs. second hand reached 30. n the past three months and want-
Chips. One on the mothers, the ed to return.
other on the children. But there was a day in Fern's-
career when she called a halt to "rThey wanted to put themselves
"But maybe," she laughed. "I shooting for an entire day. Joe in a spot where they c ou ld do;
better not write the book on he Cobb,t he fat lad is the Our Gang some bargaining," the w a r de n:
mothers first. I might never live comedies, was sitting in the back said. He said he was willing to,
to tell the story of the children." seat of an open carwith group talk to them but would give no
Fern's story on Movietown's chil- of other kids for the first scene of guarantees.
dren dates back to 1919. She asked day. Prison routine continued. Dur-'
the Los Angeles board of education Something no' in the script was ing the exercise period, more than
for part-time work as a school- happening as the cameraman was 200 convicts' watched a football
teacher and was assigned to a lining up the shot. As Fern tells it: game in the Vard beneath the
movie set, My Wild Irish Rose." "All the kids were popping tower. They ignored the men on
Her first Hollywood student was a pimples on Joe's face, arms and the tank. I
youngster named Mickey Daniels. on the back of his neck. I climbed The only access to the catwalk
When Mickey joined the new into the car, took,,.one look and was a narrow steel ladder. Un-
"Our Gang" comedies in 1920, yelled, 'That's all for today.' armed guards surrounded the base
Fern went along' as hit teacher, All the kids .went home and so but niali no effort to go
Writing out report cards for Jackie did the crew.
Cooper, Johnny Downs and Spanky Joe had the chicken pdx.
McFarland, among hundreds of Fern doesn't believe that movie Fern.,. "I'm old-ftshioned enaigL,"
others. children havt changed in the last she s., 'j feel that when I titl
She war the Gang's school- 36 years, but their working con- a chill to something, I expect
teacher for 23 years and now she editions have. "Years ago, she him to d t4trnd right away.'
eapsa from big movie sets like says, "I'd sometimes have to -
GiaB*"Sat Warqer Brosa to small teach youngsters while sitting on I ow it'i!, The Cheerleaders on
efifd' sets. the curb of a studio street. Now I the Reckp'de. They just recorded:
lefilm sets. Have classroomss." I "The Rock Hudson Rock and.
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P Help In Making '56 Plans US Entry In Laurel
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SNEW'YORK, Oct. 8 (UP)-The Nw York Yan- LAUREL, Maryland, Oct. 8---
kees set out today on the first leg of a trip to the T( ~Theudgthree t-ar o the
Drient which manager Casey Stengel says, "should first official United States entry
in the Washing ton Int1rnational
help me a lot in making plans for 1956." n race at Lauren Maryland nextion
The party of 64 players, club baseman, is expected to see con- month.
executives and wives, was sched- siderable action during the tour n -d
?led to fly to San Francisco to- He has shown improvement in Trainer Woody Stephens says
cAy andi then depart for Hono- special drills with coach Bill Jockey Eddie Arcaro will have .-
lulu. Several members will re- Dickey but probably will be first call on riding Traffic JTudge
main in Hawaii for a few games farmed out to a high minor in the Nov. 11 feature. Belair
but the main body of the squad league next season. Stud's "Nashua" is expected to
will go on to Manila and Jarn. Most of the wives making the he the other U.S. entry in the
"I'm going to play Billy Mar- trip expressed keen interest in race.
tin at shortstop." Stengel said seeing Dome of the sights they
before the departure. "We had a heard bout from husbands who Two foreign horses-"-Pana-
let of trouble at shortstop this were in the Far East theater slipper" from Ireland and "Da-
year and I want to solve that during World War II. rius" from England-are listed
problem before the start of next The Mainichl newspapers of as certain starters. Other entries
season. Tokyo, Japan are sponsoring the are expected from Gernaa ,
aWe'll have a lot of fun on the trio, which has the approval of Italy, France and South Amer
trip but there's going to be a lot the U.S. State Department and ca.
of business." Stengel concluded, the Japanese government.
,Aboard the plane when it left -
New York was general manager
Qeorge Weiss, with whom Sten- l HIT RETIRES Tfo 8toDE--YankeesPihUil~RizaUt6 is e'
el has been discnstin the os- toN wUc Sp rks WELCOME PARTY Panama Major Leaguers Hector Lopez, Humberto Robinson. and Vibert matic out after being nit by Gil McDougald's ground, (p-
ety of winter team sincedes to Clarke chat with newsmen at a party n their honor at the Olympic Swimming Pool last night, row) in the third ining. McDougald was crendt tIg a
strenthen the team since last after a parade up Central Avenue. Left to.right: J. .o Harrison Jr., The Panarpa American; single but the sloe was retired on the playW. UoirI, i .le
uesdartin. who returned to Cam Lopez: David Constable, The Pana- n d American; Robinson: Gil Gonzalo Garrido, director of Ballanfant
arsotn Cowhlo returned to Che Se-re e 4- Physical Education and Sports; Clarke; Humberto Tejada, El Panama America.
ries to be formally discharged "splendid reception you have
from the Army was scheduled to "splendid reception you have
Join the party in San Francisco a- Le .
long with infielder And Care W YORK, Oct. -UP -three games this season. arrg After the ceremonies the bal-
ald his bride actresM Lucy Mar- NEW YORK,Oct. --UPrriA- the gaest seas. players struggled to their auto-
low.ad his ride. and Miss Marlow mon the major problems that mobile through the big crowd
were married Thursday night. face head coach Terry Bren- Notre Dame scored its firs which jammed the park, and
Pitcher Johnny Kucks and nan of Notre Dame before the touchdown at the start of the R C were sped to the oan Fernando
fir ba m n Robinson. ho start of the currentnfootball sea- second period when Hornunw Cerensp ed ro e th e ied a han g
also were married on Thursday. son was finding a new quarter- passed 11 yarcs to end Gene President Ricardo Arias.
had their brides aboard. The back and replacements for six Kapish. Lemek set up the sec-
bachelors rnakin the trip are of his seven starting linemen. ond tally when he recovered Later they attended buffet
B b Grim.Don Larsen. Frank quarterback Gene Reeves' fum- at t he Olympic Swimming pool.
Lea, Bob Wlesler and Martin. Apparently Brennan and his le on the Miami 33 On fourth odels F or R P Y outh h
a a 9-ear-d bonus first aides didn't have far to look. down and with e eight yards the p a matter concerning hiscleared
Paul Hornung, a converted full- go, Hornung passe 32 yards o upWorld S matteries share which was
back, already has proved an a- halfback Aubrey Lewis for the World S eri es share which was
tllIIb J Rbesults e replacement for departed score. By J. J. HARRISON JR. Hra. brought up here yesterday.
asut s'inail-caller Ralph Guglielmi, Escorted b a National Guard It was published that "Hum-
w ile the Irish line looks as rug- In other major Friday night Panama City residents turned motorcycle detail of eight ma- berto's late recall to the Braves
ged as ever. contests, Charlie Jackson's two out en masse yesterday evening chines, the group was driven to deprived him of a $1,694.05
Houston 7 Detroit 0 touchdowns carried southern to greet the country's three ma- the Casino area where the pa- check which was the World Be-
eif stra 13 BriWgeport 0 Hornung, a lanky blond from Methodist"to a 13-6 squeaker jor league baseball players rade got underway at approxi- ries share for each member of
ent State 33 Baldwin-Wallace 2 Louisville, Ky., threw two touch- over MLvourl; Houston opened Hector Lopez, Humberto Robin- mately 5:15. the Milwaukee Braves......"
Nbtre Dame 14 Miami (Fla) 0 down passes last night as Notre its Missouri conference cam- son and Vibert Clarke. At Santa Ana, nearly 45 min- Robby explained that the
Citadel 14 Richmond 12 Damne rambled to a 14-0 victory paign by edging Detroit, 7-0, on Thou a a n d s of admirers utes later Garrido gave a wel- club voted him a half share
S |South. Meth. 13 Missouri 6 over Miami before a record Or- Jimmy Dickey s third period crowded the sidewalks and come address in which he spoke before bis departure from the
S|opstown 39 W. Cbester St. 6 ange Bowl gathering of 75,685 score, and the Citadel posted an overflowed the balconies along of the responsibilities the hon- U.S., and added he was "e.a-
MK. iTn Col. 21 E. Central (Okla) fans. But it was the men up upset 14-12 victory over Rich- Central Avenue, and applaud- orees would have to assume now p ti ng a check any day
rehouse 21 Dilard.0 front who really stole the show. mnd. ed lustily as the trio, nattily that they are big leaguers. now." .
Moarehouse ge7 Dillard 0 dressed and riding in a shiny "The eyes'of the baseball Lopez was a regular infielde:"i-
ane College 7 Nebraska 0 Led by guard Ray Lemek, the red convertible, made their world are now centered upon for the Kansas City Athletics all -
ptal 3 Marietta 0 enly returnee from the 1954 line, way from the Casino area to you," Garrido said. "Each of of last season where he batted -
ark 6 Tuske e 6 the Irish linemen turned bark Blbo Buanta Ana Park. you has accomp ed some- .2 and was third in the voting A A TA
A a St.46 Lan College 6N LBalboaBulldogs Beat The ballc Ia ers all r- tiNan wasth ird Inthvtig
abama t. 4 Lane Collee 6 four Hurricane drives deep in The ballplayers, all Colon res- thing tat o youths for AL rookie-of-the-year. E IDN G IT- Gillamof the rookly
tson 7 Troy State their own territory to keep their idets, arrived fromthe Atla- dream of atta one day. Robinson started this ea hses aks R tos foul which fellinto h
LA 38 Oregon Stair 0 goal line still undented after Junior College' 19 tic Side before 5 o'clock in Co- You should lead an exemplary 'with the Braves and wig pent t n the first inn, of the seventh ame of the 1955
Ion governor Jose Maria Gonza- life on and off the playing Toledo of the Class AAA Amier i w a as t fei Yo. ire Wilol her
lea' official car. fielo __w e_ _____Inn ter_ __ __ __-_ __I_ __at_ __X
dT B ogruco pa S .
S ... The B loverco- tattswerstaddThey were met at tor'at Natonal a tYhendo
R E L t X Sed a 19 to 6 victory over the University areaby an organiz- lteirepresented and at- end .o' t-14 A
SPECBACLE, FUN AND ADVENTURE IN Junior College Green Wave ing committee formed of. Raul scroll and m from the season he caine back to M 0
at Balboa Stadium last ma Professional' Baseball Department.- BriceAo, A1a~Rg .tback. ... 'IS
night. League; Oil Gonzalo Garrido, and ace sports awdouncer Ar- Clarke, at?-game winner ~ .th T.0O 19
Onight.director of the Physical Educa- quimedes "Fats ." Ferna1n d e- Charlotte, Class A South"Atfin-
_O_ _hdAtion and Sports Department: made the presentations. tic League, finished up. withit-bhe
TODAY at the "CENTRAL" and Jullo ]. Briceflo, editor of Lopez gafvt a brief speech Washlngton Senators, loatsig one
Along The Fairways parish language daily La thanking all concerned for the game and winning none. Arnold Manning, brilliant A.C over center to the A. C. 3 yar.
quarterback, staged a one-nan line, and followed up with an
Al performance for the Atlantic other run over the Jeft side of
Side fans Thursday night, lead- the A. C. line for the only CriB-
G O f U 0 Ing his team with a crushing tobal score of h game. Twlst-
SUMMIT HILLS WWrlC h EW running and passing attack, to ing and running hard all the
PAUL JONES RINGER defeat the Cristobal Tigers by a way, Bazan rushed over for the
The first week of play in the 19-7 count era point.
The first week o play in the Figuring prominently In all ThC entire second'half was an
Duran sponsored Paul Jones Ueothe Athletic Club scoring, Man- All-Athletic Club show, with
Ringer at Summit ended with ning threw a pass into the Cris- Manning as the feature attrac-
Howard Tettenburn leading witn The 1955 Fort Amador Cu1 bof the names of the players in- medalist and the winner andr un- tobal end zone to Tom Jordan tion. It was Mannin hand~n
a score of 70. Jack Eberenz and Championship Tournament w ill Lvolved except ties for medalist ner-tip in each flight, a total of 11 for the first score of the game off to Rowley an dto uttle, ad
W. Garrison tied for second be held commencing Oct. 15 and An additional 18 holes will be nec- awards. and from that point onward, then carrying the ball himself
place with 74's, H. Colbert third will run through Sunday. Nov. 6. essary for those players involved All play will be conducted under scored all of the winner's points, all-the way to Cristobal's-, yard
with a 77 and D. Myers fourth Dr. Herb Mitten is the defending in a tie for medalist. current USGA and the local club going over for the extra point line. On a quarterback neak t
with a total of 79. H. Colbert champion. All male members en- Prules An entry fee of $1.00 will on the first "TD," and ushng A.C. star wept over for the
leads the birdie department with titled to privileges of the Fort A- Play in flights will be conducted be collected from each constest- over for the other two A.C. tal- marker. This time they failed to
(4).or Golf Clu are eligible for or medal play rules, the same ant lies. convert for the extra point 0
play for tes w qualifying rounds. 36etermin Dates for qualifying and tourna- The A. C. was quick tcoe in a ass, Manning to Jerry Dre.
This tournament still has Qualifying rounds wi w n plaed to determine ment rounds are as follows: the first quarter of play. Aftcr he Tigers were unable to
The fiery aaventures and fabulous loves of one of the seven weeks to run, so ihts not too Qu lines of medal play. After com-flight nnerup in each Oct. 15-22 Qualifying r U. n d the Tigers had failed to gain any penetrate any closer than -the
world's most fasuinating rogues are revealedofno e sewe touo ntt'6heotdllyAec fit(rst rodpaddigrnd-hfsfrpyofC
world's most asinating rogues are revealed in the How- late to enter. Just post your pletion of qualifying rounds, the low In the event there are ties at the this period. during ground on the first four las a ad etu the
ard Hughes preoertation of "SON OF SINBAD," release to- name and score on the bulletin 40 players will be placed, in ac- completion of th to e t period.) game, the Rame took ove r t e and set up the play
day at the Cs.NTRAL Theatre, 1:10, 2:40, 4:43, 6:46, N:50 board and start reducing the cordance with scores, in 5 flights players invohd ed will play a "sud- --Starting time 1300. field into C.H.S. territory. They Dare intercepted Kaiser Bawhn'r
p. with Dale Robertson. Sally Forrest, Vincent Price and scores. of players in each flight, den death" playoff on the same Ocrting time. 4.30- 1300.st Week lay (firsteld into C.H.S. territ hey a inte ed r n
St. Cvr in tup roles, Any tie scores in deciding flights Sunday play is completed Oct. 24-30 splayed duringis periodeklay (first had moved the ball all the way pass intended for Chin. Dae
With its lavian production and tantalizing display of The tournament charm will be a A trophy will b war e u ed d down to the Tiger 1 yard line took the pass on his own 21, ad-
lues feminine oeeuty glorified in Superscope and color by has promised another club to si Nov. 6 Final round play and thema series of naRkes set finding an almost clear hid@ a-
swing. One backfield in motion pen- A frmble on an attempted
---KTHE SAVINGS BA Kalty on second down moved the pitch-dut to Rowley and appa-
THE SAVINGKJaguar Bowmen .. then alty pushed the onru.oing A. C.
a fumble by Carl Tuttl made it eleven back to the C.H.B- 41
A meeting of the Jaguar Bow- fourth down and 17 yards to gu yard line, 2nd down afld $'7 to
iUNenwas held WedneSday eve* on Cristobal's 25, moving still 5 go. Then again, quickly chang-
LInstitution Guaranteed by the State nng at the Aibrook NCb Club. yards further back on a delay" Ing the outlook for the TlgeiZ
MOPay % I rest Annually on Savings Accounts archers about eualinnumber. go Arnold Manning unleashed a he was stopped he was just one
SBusiness at hanO concerped h" pass into the Cristoba) end zone yard short of a first down. A
PRESENTS INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00 procurement of a building that fell into the waiting hands hand-off, Manning to Tutte,
and the location of baled May A. C. Quarterback added tare ex- A.C. wa son Cristobal's 8 yard
nfor additional target butts. tra point by carrying In over line from where Manning venit
Wt r gh tackle. -cristobal knotted around the Tiger left end for six
om e l oa ithe g cuaritees.t Last Saturday's hunt provoked te count late in the second more points. Failing to convert,
barracks windows t e mt rne more experienced A. C. eleven, lost to the A.O. for the rt of
FIN E EN TERT AI N M EiNT in. Jungle mist, and the words The Tigers were foced to the season when he asf-fe ad
CHRISTM AS SAVINGS look at this fool out here after the A. C. score, and thetr tbal uered seer
.-, .. .with bow." bal 42. The A. C. aeril+_ th.k. were to .some .of tte he pl.aye__
GOOD DRKINKS ,gu" w asH An w, In waslowed down i d .,
4+~ hot pursuit of a pig which tasted ones again went to Cristobal on ed, was lifted early in the
dqa rterdwith a leadInoe thea50
deposits are accepted thru a period oo an .d woa un r picking up one nrs uI sa ead.ftha
Co Irove now htap oisar-. do w, one off-aides penalty and eral bruises. David Hvwtheat,
oe ht tisput. Ct of 48 weeksle putCrato back on quarterback for the Tigers
If A11ene iniamm1 s- mlf/iJ ltia.te.n t their own 47, 22nd down and 25 arton tn only thefrst.ht,
jf HU Individual safety deposit boxes. for jewelry and t a.m. the ba to A. C.' 40 and due bruised ue
documents, in 4 different sizes. Another shoot will be held Horns added another three his right le.
S1uday at 2 p'.m.. with special, yards. Forced to kick cut with None of the Injuries toTr
OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANOH: taet, equipment, ad mdvie 4th down and still 11 yards to players is expected to ade
Dolores Tasty Popcorn Ctal Ave.t Front St a or the beS en. rs" go, Ray Croft, the kicker, wa any player for more than t c
DAot ThLe Tastyon eo er oe f ",r Street. of 7th St from the looks of Lt wI 's roughed by the. opposltlon and pleof days and Luke PaJlmbalt
At The Piano, on the House t ttton the. A. C. eleven was penalied expecting hi squad in full
n ---- --.---.- Wott. It's 1ti for ", mel1k0 U*15 yards. g) t Tigers.poe-force Monday when betn
0. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUVNES V, t and tauo .L i sessOn on theA. C. ri e. there poweek
Sub-Manage. jacent to Locena ant0.- Cristobal quartuadck Baw-tfrtheal-Ipott IxcuBems-
MANAGER s S a at oiB. these ptched out to Bily Ran- ing game at Cristobal rl-
MANAGER URS T. te b I 0 U R S: m A br M bl M another M first day night against e
-at thLeSHWWI^:Club- 4 1 down on the J C.Ujardline. g School BuMdoA -. : T.i..4_
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ie World Series Becomes
S One For Winning Managers
'GlOWNAV-I-- lyn property, of course. G q covers centi* like a tar
*Y GRAVSONWthe same club, hit the long b a rl paulin abd a s well as
Ox. OLpThAeN to ldSeries and be- 'The Cardinals have another
Sa leaps manager, young outfielder with Rochester
mwxopz -s s (flEA) b manage followig in thai tateps of Wal-
Mar"Isei will utir* fom lwgnght up Walter Als-l ileps of Wal-
the first undefeatd heavywe to he booted the Montreal y Moon and B Idon the
W ring history after one more e- Royalsa down in front- in 1953. A person of Jeck 'Ozark" Brandt.
ens of his tile next June. year ago, it was M Ik e Higgins j Syracuse is sending the Phillies a
His un aeedetod career wil s up from Louisville to the chunky left-hand pitober with a
reach ma coluion R And now Bl Rgnep curve to match his fast ball, Seth
a- a magic the number o pro- from Minneapolis to the Giants. Morehead.
leausuafitn a I h will have wad- IV& 4ethn to be a pattern.
ld thros la blod-gutted pr- Th. minors have been hard hit The best stories regarding play-
ess al d t back to 147. by short -'sighted big league own- r personnel Ip the International
The press Igot the ers with no one to guide them. League, however, have to do. with
Cekl atlastt may If the little fellow survive the retreads. In this group are pitch-
to erioly present baseball administration, era Jack Crimian of Toronto, Ben-
era cup ee they" be around when more Flowers of mfalp, Ken Leh-
fee in a swank Hampshire House consructive men take charge. Man of Montr d Lynn Loven-
Iarstins se verlook n Central; guth of Syracues and first base-
lootral The telecasting of major league man Rocky lion of the Royals.
"I didnM't know if I was through games into minor league territo- e
or not they told me I looked so ry has made airplane circuits out Jack Cole, the Toronto owner.
bad. You might as well know I'm of the Triple A's. Next season it er, will collect a bundle for Cri- L-..
at really 11 years old. I'm 33. looks like the Pacific Coast mian. The medium-sized right-
While I've been up, I've par- League clubs will travel f ro m hander was around for six years
gd ghys n owba th -w Louis, Vancouver, B. C., to San Diego. before getting a starting assign- ; .
a Walcott, Ch9 = they all The International League ranges ment.
aD Royal i tag s-34. merican Association hop is from A relief worker with the Car- WINNING FORM-Dongers pitcher Johnny Podres
-"l hats why I never worried Charlestown, W. 'Va., to Denver. dinals and Reds, Crimian was to ire the ball toward the plate In the seventh gan
about Moore. Sure, he was a good "Any town you can fly over purchased by the Maple Leufs 1955 World Series. Podres pitched his team to a 2-0
evm a wr tn fighter, but look was at east can be In a league," says Harry for the same purpose, but with the Yankees. Ylih victory was Podres' second in the
0r NA 38. I had six years Oa him. That Slmrions, secretary of the Inter- hIis pitchers going the route, Luke
alone figured to beat him." national "If the majors continue Sewell decided to work the Wil -
By DARRULL OYAL laying both sides of the street, nmington, Del., lad in his regular
Rcky tnrst bmeahed retirement we'll find new ones." rotation. Crilian broke in with a
u ato (6ac to this writer IS months ago. He pair of shutouts, bagged 17 games
Strategptaif at Oklahoma w i4S=ea Iw many good Simmones. the major and minor with an extraordinary earned run
was nev' tt go wide i the sjj i 1 if. e woiders now league schedule maker, is not average. Four clubs are bidding for
fivelard hino t0 the : how lowg his t1i F can stand the concerned about the source of him.
fourth d4 strai. talent supply.
Pwuvioua the a e. "I never saw Po take'it so bad "There were several excellent 'Charge me with an error,"
we always used a Iko ,this blta o.ee he said with prospects in the International saysGabePaul, the Reds' gener.
real. short arda rrydow y d d in his brow. "You League," he reports., Jac Crimian al manager who peddled Crimian
Tig hW know, other guys are surrounded "There were no better second to the Leafs in 1954.
kin ad ia$ l be by back-slaflers. 'You'll lick him basing combination in the ma- to th L -n 1954.riii
play a tu easy, champ p. He ain't got a jors than Chico Fernandez and FOR SALE J ak Crimian
Heme tm call a id chance.- Charley Neal of Montreal, Brook- will be sold by the Toronto club Flowers, Red Sox property, de-
pitch-out-l.y .time we requie, I'm surrounded by war- Cimoll, a California Italian with for a large bundle. veloped a knuckler to be practi-
short yaag. rirs. Allied Columbo worries, Al--- cally unbeatable. Southpaw Leh-
I m o line itJraS t WMll torries,-even Charly Gold- fight. Only three contenders re- Hell have his even half hundred, man settled down with a change
CSUa wito a e veworries, Popt It'se t ooem main-Nino Valdes I Hurricane a permanent niche alongside the of pace to cop 22. Lovenguth,
t bad al M so be we Jackson and Bob Baker. Whoever Dempsqys, Tunneys and Louises, turned back by the Phillies, fur-
out %aiJIe-yad aS 4e It -tu tO on hima. it is for next June doesn't figure earthly security and warm reco- their demonstrated that he is a
the neIta a whatkind of li has y troublehimgnition-and all his marbles. grand competitor with m a j o r
ed ought O'a eoutru the a e Barbara n t? I don't se e her t league st-ff.
ass defense and score stayed in New York a pk after Glenn Richard Nelson perhaps
I w it was a mistake t he fight, goingto and Three top stars: BarborStanwyk Robert Ryan and hashad oo manychances -Car-
'sat I called the play. Moot spots. I oweduIt to her."' Thre top slrs: Barbara Stanwyyk, Robert Ryan and hana dgers any chans--Cer
ce ty in that bid for short David Farrar, in a big league club to take a chance
yardage my coach would h a v e Avid spots fan that he is, Mar- with him at 31. Nelson batted .368
wanted me to call an inside play." cano completely skipped the first and led the IL in home runs and
Had I to do it again, this most games of the Word Series al- T D runs-batted-in to be the circuit's
aasrdy n play I would have thoug Yankee owner Dan DU M A mostvaluable player for the see- c i
eall oterwise. and I wabm put a 1.ivaI os v pia fo.r th
hlias-y we a'ir -- a bua o g -'RRs e. t Thursday at h, "LUX" Theatrret and time.
.....Harry Simmons insist that a
.. ..k it Rocky .T.*e4o r;q .e is a man-.q
t nxti ic til he gets hitting. THK DAY AFIER Walt Alston. manager of the 2
W ocky re next tmr out There are a lot of late starters Dodgers, cans the newspaper stories in New York a
OTES His accountant has told him he's in baseball, including the Dodgers team's victory in the World Series. as his wife, Lela,
N the o per cent tat bracket a. of the World Series. reflected glory.
t_ forget about added Income
June ie, the start of his neitt
BALBOA GUN CLUB fiscal year. 4e has money invest-
OCTOBER TOURNAMENT ed in highway bonds and dabbles ...i / i
a bit in the stock market. The
rie Balboa Gun Club will hold champion over his morning coffee
an approved NRA Pistol Match, turns first to the- financial pages.
Oct. 9 at the Balboa Gun Cl u b Why should he fight again?
Pistol Range located near the Far First, it's his profession and V IR
fan Beach. Firing will begin at Rocky is acutely preu4 of it.
10000 hours. This will be an open Second, he has an easy pay day
shoot to all Gun Club members en la sight, and the boy who once dug
the Isthmus, Canal Zone Police, ditches in Brockton is aware O
and members of the Armed Fore- the drop in income once he retires.
es. There will be a charge of $1.00
be a charge of $.25 per person for of history. He once candidly re- COST LESS NO W
NWRA. marked, "If I have a big ambition
Food is available at the range in life, it's to be the first heavy-
i h' t a ch bign f the worldtO they're made here
:Meibership for NRA quit withace record of no lick-
will be -available at the range for igs. Want 'em to remember me ,Ba-bara Stanwyck rules an exotic man-less paradise
any wishing to J. for that. until she m neeis oert Ryan, a daring soldier of fortune, AND THIR SUPERI OUAUTY REMAINS JNCHANGED, BECAUSE:
Match No. 1 Conditions*k soshots "- wont quit as long as there's who is hunted oy British Becurity Officer David Farrar in
time fire, 5 yards, caliber a fl t around they say I'm trying "ESCAPE 10 BURMA," off-beat adventure drama release
pistol r revolverwithi R spe- to duck. I'l it lan." next Thursday at the LUX Theatre. Advt.
eifications. He can dso. tat after the next
Awards: High gun (Merchandse
Prize), Nli Shsarphooter (er
chandise Prize), MI marksman
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ST. LOUIB, 6ct. 8-dW(IhlWn
St. Louis Cardinals have slgf l
Frank Lane to a turee-year.o0am
tract as general manager.
Lane Rot tlh job after' MUir*
Ing owner Guasie Busch
wouldn't disturb the nuleuus if.
the club. Lane was ba, tall '
most active trader as ngo v
manager of the, Chicago Whlt, :
Sox. He quit that job two wee!i'
ago after differences with ulh W.
president Chuck Comikey. -
Lane says he'll get more mor.*
ey at St. Louis. Th White SoWf
Job paid him *50,000 a year plur
an attendance bonus. At Sti.
Louis. Lane succeeds Dick Mf'-
er. who returns to his full-tbmV
Job as an executive In BusdhQ
Busch says the 59-year-ol" -
Lane will have a free hand SO
says Lane can pick his ftelC
manager if he wishes. 3**'-
Stanky started the 1955 saea
as manager but gave way t
Harry Waker. The United Pr
reported last week that Litm'
wants Freddle Hutchinson for
the job. Seattle sorts edtor
Royal Brougham-of thp Post-
will sign next week. Hutrhilr-i.
mansoed Seattle to the Paclfil
Coast League pennant this yeajg
FORT WORTHi- (NEA)- Jif*
Cooper ran up to kick off for Tezx
as hritlan. -and set in motion a
chain of events which left officials
He missed the ball complete
and an alert Kansas player raee
up. grabbed the ball off the tee aS
headed for the goal line. -"
After a long consultation. oiE
eials ruled the ball ne-nkr b do
en put.in play and the Hor
Frop~ were nenalized five yard(W;
for delay of the game ""S
Todaov Enconto .35 .
Victor nature. In
Dick Boga rd, In
"THEY WHO DARE"
Tod0 IDEAL .20 J
Maureen O'Hara, in
"TRIP 0 LI I
A tr .t: .
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A product of
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S tah Governor
Told 'Pay AN INDEPENDENT
Told 'Pay r_
rax Or Quit
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 8 (UP)
L-Utah Democrats demanded to- .-
day that J. Bracken Lee Utah's "Let the people know the truth and the count
first Republican governor in a
ru Bter of a century, either pay
is federal incomes taxes or 31st YgAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, 0
Lee, frequently at odds with
the Naenhower administrationx
and the United Nations and al-
ways at odds with the Demo-
crat, has announced publicly he OVer m
will not make his federal income
tax payment when it comes due
The GOP governor said he
hoped through his action to se-
cure a U. Supreme Court testAsM oroccan Fig
of the federal government's .
fright to tax American people, PARIf. Oct. 8 (UP) T.h e of his career while trying simul- Premie
for the support of foreign coun French National Ass nbly o- taneously to keep a grip on fast- bly ups
tries." opened Its crucial third day-.of breaking events in Morocco's French
He does not contest the tax It- Morocco debate today with Pre- blazing Riff rebellion.
self-Just tne way receipts are mier Edgar Faure desperately Faure hoped Billotte's u r g e n t The f
spent abroad. I wooing the opposition Socialists mission to Morocco might' swing the fe
The Democratic State Ezxe to save his tottering g ove r n. the vital 105 Socialist votes in the capable
entire Committee, in a resolu- ment. 627-seat assembly his way, or at govern
tion released by Chairman MBl- least assure Socialist abstention val of ,
ton L. Welllenmann, charged Weary deputies left the squat, on any confidence test.
that Lee's defiance set a bad grey Palls Bourbon shortly be- But
,example for the youth of A- fore midnight and trooped back Foreign minister Antoine Pinay busine
_nerica and held Utah's resi- into the stale atmosphere of the: sacrificed his own hopes for the tion as
.dents up to "ridicule and hu- lower chamber at 8:30 a.m. to re- French premiership yesterday to the ba
millation." sume critical quizzing of Faure make a last-ditch effort to rescue membi
Lee should, the Democrats and his ministers on Morocco pol- Faure from threatened downfall. nenden
contended, "retract his avowed Icy. Faure,
purpose of defying the laws 'f4l Informed sources said Pinay While
the United States...or sumarily Faure's premiership was at, warned rightwing deputies he Faure
resign...and conduct his cru stake and his chances of stav- would refuse a call 'to become and As
gade...as a private citizen." inp off defeat seemed slim. -crumbli
To this, Lee answered: "At B U Fo By ser
no time did I ever accept this But the "grandstand" effect of Myrocc
"office with any intention of Faure's move in sending defense ll Up ForD ale- rcc
pleauln the State Democratic minister Gen. Pierre Billote flying
Central Committee." to the Moroccan fighting front to- B lalan olIn
Wellermann said the full cen- day was reckoned In thelobbies yIalia S
to endorse the executive commit- embattled premier in his fight for uld A ec s A
tee resolution survival. Woul e
He invited Utah's Republican But with a large part of the
Party to ask Lee to ult both as assembly after his scalp, Faure ROME, Oct. 8 (UP). A bill
governor and as tituar head of still was the political battle affection the lives and legal
The State GOP. rights of thousands of American
I'll put my Republican ad- soldiers In Italy today appeared
ministr0on up against anything Hogs Gain Weight headed for debate in the Italian TAZA
tht (t ,DeaMocrats) aver had," hog Kept Cool chamber of deputies. French
s telee When Kept Cool Over-riding Communist and Fmrench
i 1 Mw Me ltbe, Lee again fellow-travelling Socialist objec- "Litl
l wan requests that he URBANA, Ill. (UP) Hogs tons, the Chamber's Foreign Re- of Tizi
J i -- as United Na- have to be "air-conditioned" if lations Committee approved the enth str
y VaT. Iatead, he proclaim- they are to gain weight properly status of forces agree men t, men in
as "United States Day.' during hot summer months, a drawn up by NATO Rowers, Aug. The re
'There is much propaganda University of Illinois a n I m al 20, 1952. between
circulated among us designed to science specialist says. base at
i"i'Mdce us to compromise a n d G.R. Carlisle reported experi- The agreement, reatified by garrison
s uremdder our severlinto world ments showed that hogs kept at 70 the Italian Senate, was expected Other
'* -artatfiations," he ch ,degrees temperatures made nor- to come up for a chamber test were ha
This action likely aso would mal weight' gains, requiring only within a weeks time. which fc
lietd to a surrender of our free- about 350 pounds of feed.for each Considered especially Impor- Ouzli a
o* lo s..." 100 pounds of gained weight. tant as 5,000 U.S. troops from Sapnish
But when the temperature was Austria join others already here FrencI
Lee caused more than a little raised to 100 degrees, 'the same at. Leghorn and Naples. The Boyer de
rift In the Republican Party at hogs almost stopped gaining, and agreement is of both political and infa
the 'National Governor's Confer- hey needed nearly fpur times as and civil Importance. Taza no
epce in Chicago earlier this year much feed, about 1,400 pounds, to
by saying he would support gain 100 pounds of weight. 'p -
Woven a Dmocrat" for President Carlisle suggested farmers pro-
"if he were the right man." vide about 10 to 12 square feet of
shade for each hog and keep a
fresh supply of water near the
shade and feedtrs.
Two Canal Employes
To Take Army's
." OI_ GEN. THOMAS J. Du-
S3- commander Air Rescue
Jralce and his staff arrived
at Mlbrook yesterday afternoon
grom AR8 headquarters, Or-
ed0, Fla. DuBose is in the
C l Zone for a command
and staff visit of the 1st Air
Rescue Group and the 28th Air
Rescue Squadron, both sta-
tioned at Albrook. He will also
hitt the Albrook Rescue Coor-
dln tlon Center prior to his
. eparture next Tuesday. (01-
1f1cal Air Force Photo).
SUNDAY, OCTOBER I
S9:1 a.m. 3:17 a.m.
S I0;0 .p.m. 3:51 p.Mm.
Clarence W. Kilby, assistant to
the general manager of the Serv-
ice Center Division and Richard
C. Danielsen, engineer with the
Locks Division, have been select-
ed to participate in the U. S.
Army Caribbean confer e n c e
leadership training Program to
be held at Corozal this month,
it was announced Friday by the
William A. Wichmann, senior
auditor with the Internal Audit
Staff was selected as an alter-
The program will start Mon-
day and will continue-for the re-
mainder of the month. It is be-
ing held under the sponsorship
of the U. S. Army Caribbean
which invited the selected repre-
sentatives from the four major
government organizations to
Each representative will re-
ceive one week of training. The
courses will be conducted by a
team of two Deoartment of the
Arthy management Instructors
who arrived in the Canal Zone
Thursday from Washington.
Kilby will attend the confer-
ences during the week of Oct. 10
to 14 and Danielsen will attend
during the week of Oct. 17 to 21.
ry is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
CTOBER 8, 1955
r if the National Assem-
ets Faure in the debate on
foreign minister was one of
w candidates considered
of forming a post Faure
ment without a costly-inter-
show he is taking full charge
In the Assembly, meanwhile, de-
bate ground on through 40 sched.
uled speeches on how best to stop
the bloodshed in Morocco without
losing the rich North African pro-
Pinay. the 63 year- old Faure wants to solve the prob-
ssmqn who stopped infla- lem by meeting the Moroccan na-
s Premier in 1952, spurned tionalists half-way.
it and busily tried to rally
ers of his straying Iad e- This policy has earned him the
it Party back behind enmity of French settlers in Mo-
in the crucial debate, rocco and their influential right-
Pmnay fought for hi m. wing friends in the Assembly.
desperately played for time The debate seemed bound to end
sembly vntes to save his in a vote that could tumble
ing government. France into a new cabinet crisis
*nding his own man to just be fore the Geneva Big Four
o, Faure was trying to conference.
irdrop Feeds Morocco's
.ittle, Dien Bien Phu'
-- n -
, Morocco, Oct. 8 (UP) -
warpalnes parachuted e-
cy supplies today to the
Dien Bien Phu" fortress
Ouzli, besieged for the sev-
raight day by rebel tribes-
the wild Riff Mountains.
rebels cut off the vital road
the French operational
Aknoul and the Tizi Ouzl
22 miles away,,
well-armed rebel forces
ammerin at B-oured,
forms with Aknel and TizI
defense triangle along the
h Resident,General Pierre
e Latour ordered out tank
intry reinforcements from
rth up the stony road to
GOVERNOR SEYBOLD LEFT tor Washington yesterday to at-
tend the quaitt;ly meeting of the bo&rd of directors of the
Panama Canal L. and hearaigs before the Bureau of the
Budget on the 157 fiscal vyar budget of the company. The
board meets today and budlret hearings are scheduled for
Monday. Shown abu'e befioe boarding Panagra's El Inter-
Americano, is 1. to r. Luis C Salerno, from PAA, Dudley B.
Sparks, Panagia' tLraffic r-presentatlve, and the Governor.
During Seybold s absence Col. H W. Schull, Jr. will act as gov-
ernor. Philip L. oteer.., oepnt% comptroller and Leroy B. Mag-
nuson, chief of t.e br.dpet baancri left for Washington Thurs-
day to attend the meetings with Seybold.
prepare for a fresh offensive.
Vampire jet planes and 105 mm.
recoilless artillery rifles were to
help, with the order of the day to
mop up the rebel commandoes
who were tightening their ring a-
round the three'small outposts.
Rebel bands were laying new
roadblocks and ambushes along
the road to Boured from Taza,
under cover ,of darkness. M o r e
natives' were reported -ong tbe
reb1UiO. ~ -L
Whle rebel pressure mothnted,
an official of the nationalist Ist.
laqlal Party. ofuored to try to end
the fighting, provided France car
ries out promised Moroccan re-
Guerrilla warfare was spread-
Ing, and women and children
were evacuated from the U. 8,.
radar post at Saidin to C a m p
Saidia lies on the Mediteranean
cost 30 miles north of Oujda on
the Spanish Moroccan border.
Terrorists have been operating
in the Oujda are&, slashing tele-
There have been no reported
attacks on any of the 15,000 Amer-
ican servicemen or their depend-
ents stationed at four strategic air
and naval bases in French North
Evacuation of civilians f r o m
Saidia simply wan a precaution.
ry measure, officials said.
The outnumbered garrison at
Tizi Ouzli was under heavy ene-
Raff commandos charged down
from the hills during the night to
cut the narrow supply road and
isolate the fort, which has been
surrounded, off and on. since the
uprising started a s t Saturday
It was reminiscent of the Com-
munist siege of Dien Bien Phu in
northern Indochina. That fort fi-
nally fell to the Reds in May 1954.
Planes based in Rabat and Mek-
nes picked up the tiny outpost in
the thickly forested a r e a and
dumped hundreds of pounds ofe -
Rebel pressure was reported
heavy at the othei two points of
thet triangle, Aknoul and Boured.
French forces dug out rebel
sneaked back at night.
The French claimed they are
being reinforced by natives from
Spanish Morocco. Spain denied
Terrorist activity lessened to the
south, but armed bands were o-
peratin" in the Oujda region.
Terrorists. hitherto armed with
knives, pistols and crude explo-
sives, suddenly appeared with
submachine guns in such metrok-
politan areas as Casablanca.
4W A"<-i- id ,: I;e.d
k 4 -, m "'M .' ., .! ,
TAUCK-TRAIN CRASH' "KIL MS-W a.Irkmen clear awiy Toekg ego -aivy"_atr-
traler pIlow.d into a freight train'atwet NewtonA. kw Five persong.were kigned nd two 67ld-
l_ iz'*We demolished.
Canal Co. Employes
IBsl av. L "-:.p. .
To Compete For .
Panama Cqnal Co.-Canal Zone
government employes between
the grades Of 08-8 through
08-12 again will have the op-
portunity to compete for special
training under the Civil Service
Commission's senior intern man-
agement program to be held in
Washington. D. C., during the
first six months of next year,
Participation by the company-
government in the fifth senior
management intern program was
approved recently by Gov. Sey-
bold and Panama Canal Bureau
heads have been invited to no-
minate from among their am-
ployes Individuals whom they
It has been requested that no-
minations and supporting papers
be turned in to the Personnel
Director's office by October '21,
employes who are nominated
by bureau directors, will be given
an examination furnished by the
Civil Service Commission. Those
In the top group will be inter-
viewed by members of-the Ad-
minis ative Intern Selection
common tee of the Pajama danal
Co. and one em loe .will e
Relecwte to ce t t
of government, bureau. hiads
have been urged to select astan-
didates those employes who ire
likely to remain in the Federal
service, who have demonstrated
a bent for high level adrmlliatra-
tive responalsilitles and who
would develop at a faster pace by
provision of tr*binng.
The majority of the tr inIng
will be conducted-in the various
government agencies In .Wash-
ington, D. C. apd shall conWi of
orientation, progressive work as-
signments, group discussion and
academic work, the development
of a project thesis, representing
an original contribution to bet-
ter management and periodic
appraisal consisting of evalua-
tions of performance by work
supervisors, and conferences
with the program staff and
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