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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know te truth nd the country" Abraham Lincoln.

"Let the people know the truth and the country Is a/le" Abraham Lincoln.


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Hold Stop-War Talk


On Middle East

GENEVA, Oct. 28 (UP)- U. S. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and British Foreign Secretary Harold
Macmillan held, a one-hour emergency conference on the
Middle East crisis today as it threatened to explode into
an open shooting war..
They met at Macmillan's villa-only 30 minutes after
Dulles had telephoned to ask for the meeting.
Officials confirmed they discussed thp latest danger-
ous Israel-Egypt flareup. They did not disclose, however,
what decisions, if any, were taken.


- Du refused comment on
the .eeting. However,, a U.S.
spokesman said they also dis-
ctuied procedural matters con-
nected with the Big Four con-
ference.
Dulles asked for the meeting
S soon after he had been informed
of. the Israeli raid into Egypt.
Israel's premier Moshe Shar-
*tt who arrived here yesterday
hope to see both Dulleq and
Macmillan again this weekend
and Soviet foreign Minister V.
M. Molotov as well, members of
his -entourage said.

Moroccans Want

FOnne SOWla


They added, however, that
no times have yet been fixed
andtthat Sharett has no ap-
potiitents yet for today.
Sharett conferred, with French
Foreign Minister Antoine&Pina}
for 45 minutes last night.
French sources said Sharett a-
gain described the Mild-East
situation at length and renewed
his appeals for western arms
aid and security guarantees to
make up for Communist arms
sales, to Egypt.
French delegation sour c e s
added that Pinay, like the other
two western foreign ministers,
"listened" to Sharett bOut made
no commitment.
Informed reports both here
and in Israel'i capital of Tel
Aviv said the West so f* has
cold--bouldered. S h ,e tt's
pleas amd has i-ted ta oorf-
Jab to his r e:u| for Are-


Television

In Tactics


CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL RQTC Sponsors pose after a review for Henry Donoval, Canal
Zope Director of Civil Affairs. From left to right are Battalion Sponsor, Betty Fears, Com- '
ovay "F" Sponsor Shirley Peteraida Company "G" M0nsor Diana Humphrey, and Company
S"E" Sponsor Mary Orr.

New Balboa Magistrafe John E. Deming

Sworn In This Morning By Judge Tatelman
- -. . .. .4. S- ,


Some Reserva
Some Reserva


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And Training Over Power, Kid


Aug. 1. 1954, the Radio Corpo-
ration of America culminated
months of planning with the
Signal Corps Pictorial Labora-
tories of Long Island and dem-
onstrated before the then Army
Chief of Staff, Gen. Matthew
Ridgway, and high-ranking offi-
cers at Fort Meade, Md., that
television has an Important
strategic value In the field of
b a t t I e, Caribbean Command
said today.
-During these tests specially
developed RCA and Signal Corps
cameras weighing only a few
pounds each were wired direct-
ly to microwave units immedi-
ately behind the battle lines,
The cameras followed the ad-
vance of a tank-artillery-infant-
ry team of one company each
into a field problem involving
the attack across 's trcam and
a ridge of high groUnd on the
other side.
From the televised action
recorded by these cameras,
hfph-ranjing officers of the
Army in the rear headquarters
were able to see the entire bat-
tle at a single viewing.
They noted the progress of
troops in oner areaand obstacle
Points in others: as a result, reg-
imental commanders were riven
a clear picture of the entire bat-
tle without the aid of involved
radio and telephone communi-
cations.
Troop movements. reinforce-
ments and supplies could' there-
IA. NWAL oAdmr 0lntjt


Slight RP Reactiot
e


News that television is coming to the Isthmus wq
greeted with some enthusiasm and some reservations, oLI
the Canal Zone t(,day.
In Panamd it wns greeted with reserve by busingw-.
men who have television plans of their own. The 0go".
ment of Panama said it had no communication wit'
U.S. government regarding TV, but would study thed *si
tary announcement with the attention it merits.
The TV news broke in a Quarry Heights announce-
ment that a television transmitter would be-added to PFN
next spring.
One Panam6 businessman said some sort of muts'ta
consultation between the governments should have a-n.
reached before the news was released in so abruilt
manner.
In Panama the government nian anO Canal Zone custoiber.,
earlier assigned channels 2, 4 Will the Republic f PaUs
and 6 to local businessmen, and have any part In the oeiIi
some planning has taken place. tion ofth activity as
The 12-story Remon Polyclin- fects their citizens?
ic, recently opened, in equipped The Republic of Pa liU |
for the installation of a TV have the opportunity to
transmitter. comments oit television
The Quarry Hei g h t san.- tlonsr a a, ML


en om.
Youssetc


Mohammed


With the former sultan due to
arrive in France tomorrow (time
and place unknown) from exile
in Madagascar, the cry for his
return here welled up from Fez
to Agadir.
It followed pasha of Marrakesh
El Glaqul's stunning about-face
this week in calling for that re-
turn after years of implacable
battle against Ben Youssef.
Caught In the middle was pre-
mier designate El Fatml Ben Sli-
man who was trying to get a
first-ever Moroccan government
set up when El Glaqul threw his
bombshell recall demand.
On the eve of today's Moslem
feast of Mouloud, which cele-
brates the birth of the prophet,
crowds carrying portraits of Ben
Youssef stormed joyously
through the Medinas (native
quarters) of a dozen Moroccan
cities.
Authorities kept police patrols
down to an absolute minimum
and there were few Incidents.
Prior to El Glaoul'y backing
for Ben Youssef's return such
demonstrations woujd have re-
sulted in ugly street fights.


All of the Moroccan personal-
ities calling on Ben Slimane at
Rabat's Imperial Palace
throughout came away telling
newsmen they insisted on Ben
Youssef's instant return.

British Troops Fire
Ops
On Cypol Riotee
Who Stoned Police


oln ......1--renyp erg..i.-prvd e Uorc- omiity, the *A.
h aeni who sidit him great terroted a a oint far for- es installations with the latest Fr TV Outlet will coo
nto1othat he e n c on adled : s pl sure to help install[ the ward. not normally providing communications equipment for with officials of the Ca
intends tot heft and speech Thomson added: magistrate and his family on properly qualified G-2 question- tactical training, morale, infor- and Panama in mattersmft-
Ire0fot good relate with 'the"likemth Zone; U.S. Marshal Joseph Mig agents. motion and education activities. ing the public interest.
"hope .you ta.s."I hope yes enjoy the Ca- L.-Kincaid, Deputy Marshal Pc- Said Quarry Heights: "It is How many hours a day .,
The Magistrate was sworn in nal Zone I understand this. ter Brennan and several Canal Captured enemy documents anticipated that the installation telecasts be traanited?
at o1 a.m.by Cristdbl. Magis- is your first visit. I hope you Zone detectives. were held before the caeras of eq uipment will start approx-e There is no definite informs.
I IZSeeks To f ai 1 trate Judge X. I. P. Tatelman. and your family will be as and were studied from a point imately Feb. 1. A pre-installa- tion available at this time gre-
STheeeeo was. also a brief.abut happy In this community-sI e Deming arrived here Wednes- many miles away. demonstr.t-t tons survey will take place ear- .garding programming. 7 "
Wlio fo rr warm ceremony ot welcome to have been hee. day with his wife and their In that in actual battle TV ly next month when military has been some indication,
Richard W I i he Canal Zone extended bY of- three young sons, John L, cameras could save many hours television technicians arrive on ever, that kilnescopes fl e '
Sicials of the Canal Zone courts, David Markum of the Canal's Dennis and William. of delay n which a battle could the Isthmuse productions of live iV showS&W
a members of the Bar Association legal counsel's office welcomed be either won or lost. "While details are not yet a-re-telecasting) of popular State-
a J tie and the local press. Demng on behalf of the Canal Both he and Mrs. Deming available regarding equipmentside television programs il.be
er n R d The occasion marked the first Zone Bar Association of which were born in Custer County, Ne- The test progressed throuh- sites and programming, it is made available to overseas Aj
hee n of i Th n o i marked the ir he is president. He said: brmska. He is a graduate of the out the summer of 1954 when tentatively planned to house the ed Forces TV stations totag
The extradition of Richard R. appearance in the Balboa Court is Uni versity of Nebraska and i a the Signal Corps with two television outlet n the same approximately 70 hours a .
Wilson, formerly manager of of U.S. District Court Judge "I without sa that U.S. Army veteran of World (Continued on Page 9) build as CFN." CFN operates Its also contemplated
Wlfor and McKay ppg Guthre E. Crowe, who was cor- the C Bar Assn.stands read to. War II, from Fort Clayton. ive shows wi be prea t
Sbeing dially welcomed by Tateman. cooperatefully with youtoward Before his appointment as CM a aribbean Command provided such as news programs. Jat-,
ies.ne recently appoi byGovernor the end of a sound administra- Baboa Magistrate, the new ar-F Moor company the following replies to ques- Armed Forces activities
A request for the exttrain rcbo to appoitne termeo ion of Justice." rival was a member of an rOma- ss tons it thought the TV an- other programs originating
wa rq est r d o trats dseybold to a four-year term of M a n ne nouncement may bring up: Ically for training and mm .
Governor John S. SeYbold ft will a s d is a invi the new prior to entering private law Abiaes Aa Will the television programs apurooses .A .
e Governor of Illinois after Monday. magistrate to oin he aw practice, he was employed in the be available to Panama audi- Did the Armed Forces
inf ormation was received that morning he was intro- fit to, and congratulated him office of the U.S. District Attor- ences? say two months ago that tIn -
Swas duced by Judge telman, who on his appointment to a peo- ey in Omaha. I l$ 2 dHIoEd It is expected that some areas (Continued on Page 9) am
Wlson was under arrest In Chi- has been pressing in the Bal- tion which he called "one of _______ of Panama t and Colon will
cago.r in boa court temporally untilthe t thehighest In the Canal Bp TON Oct. 28 (1P)-F ord be able to receive these Armed W
ccordin information re- new magistrate's arrival. Zone." Mo Companys total asses Forces TV prorams orecenat these Arme
n uc aedsnthe^ C aal Ho e he In a acknowledging the greet- St Nr Ond Str 2 PeS reached $2,000 000000 ftor the in the canal Zone for military r
was located Oct. In Chicao In greeting Ia lngi Judge inga, the blue-suited magistrate first time in its history during personnel At present, howIer,
by FBI agents. d o Flowers r tein tory during personnel At present. however 2Af yo a hl,
Two io laoint of .m bezl Crowe oered interest said he was "deeply honored M Ode Of Fowers 154. v.-e have no definite information | i E
com plaints the congratulations, pointing out that all of you came here todat. Assets amounted to $2,089,820.- regarding what exact non-U.S. Police S tation
methre rdion ist t u that nthis post ts a most i-Fo r Esnhower 000 as compared to $1,895,134,000 military areas In the Canal, c
ts wer fi a~nt tn o f tat thone ita lies f th e not epct it and or isenriower at the end of 1953. Zone-Panama area will be able Anyone lose a bicycle?
late in Julhe c en of the Caal Zone." am deeply appreciative. This to take advantage of thiiss me-beautiful ladies' wrdt waillbab
ntwocm. uyolats twere year.The He assured the new official something new In my expert- D NVER,.Oct. 28 (UP)-Prei- The company submitted its dium. CaT.al Zone police arPe
George Hooper, vi-, pres Ien that he would receive the ut- ence." .dent Eisenhower today received balance sheet yesterday to the Will the appearance of TV for 'lie owners of these IJ
of Wilford, and' My ,whon most cooperation from the high- Quoting from the Scriptures, an American flag made of near- Massachusetts State Tax Corn- in the Canal Zone affect Pan- If you can identify yourat
came to the Isthmu "o af err court. peming said: ly 800 flowers, a gift from the missioner. amanlan employment? owner, you may see the lost
Wilson left, er "I am Indeed a stranger at Allied Florists Association of It is a meager statement and TV has furthered the culture dles at the Balboa Police
One complaint alleged the Speaking on behalf of the Ca- your gates." Greater Washington, D.C. the only one on the financial and the way of life wherever it tion.
embezzlement of $100 and the al one government and sl- ... .. . ition of the company whichas appeared throughout the -
other "000. cifically for the U.8. Department He added that he intends to The flag, about three feet by lis a family-owned unit without ,world. In addition. It is expect- BALBOA TIDES:'
If the extradition request is of Justice, Act Dteistrict At- like it here, concluding "I hope four, was woven together with public stockholders, led that the Panamanian econo-
granted, Wilson Yill bereurne torney MortonThomson said: that when the time comes for 750 carnations of red and white enefi throu uch ac-
to the Canal Zone for pre- me to leave that you will come for the stripes and 48 tiny This may be the last report tivities as the sale of TV receiv- S HIGH "OU W
1lmlnary hearing on the com.- I say it Is a privilege to wel- and say the same things." Ichrysanthemums denoting the of its kind to be issued. Experts r to Panamanians as well as o :39 a.m'. 8:11 J



anarren Heartache Brincs Samahe Su ori
while' He pointed Out that al .-

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NICOSIA, CyPS. Oct. 28 (UP) - ----- --- -,
Bri^tish t opened fire LONDON, Oct. 28 -" (UP) .- A .our mind; make a decision." archbishop's Lambeth Palace res- by his broken marriage and to charged editorially that "af-
tMorhouday 2'on rlwot riotersat Church of England publication Every eye in the house turned idence unheralded. Buckingham see his mother. He returned to fair" with Townsend had iken I
Merdih terr aleas Isl t o c t summoned the nation today to $toward Margaret at that line but Palace said the Queen did not his flat last night. the throne.'
Firat reports land thcapree ra fr Princess M whose her face was set against emotion. know Margaret was paying the Observers reasoned that one of The Guardian already had a te
riots wereportsaunded two shree obvious heartache a decision Ordinarily it was an "musing 'call on the primate of the Church two. reasons lay behind Mar g a- proved the idea of a marr.ge be.
riouat o over Peter Townsend has rallied, scene and the faces of t'e Queen of England, who only two days a- ret's sudden decision to call on ,tween Margaret and the cashigg
new support to her de. nd the Duke of Edinburgh wr go restated the church stand a-Ithe archbishop, Dr. Geoffrey Fi airman 15 years older than e,
The British t- op were called She gave open evidence of th&a vreatbed in smiles. gains" the marriage of divorce' er. if tha is what she wan .
tae h e. and resT " f"i r onshe marriage of divorced er1. She is torn between love and. if that is what she wants.
in to back up Cypriot police 'heartache, and fresh. evi ee The Church T(imes. an uno ffic a]l 'perso ns. wn h seit n a nd. ....
Both police and troops were that she has fnot yet decided. eekly edited by members of the Margaret went to his second as a devout commumicant, th e But it chall ged the
stone When d nstrators re-Itakming her problem to Dr. ueo- gurch of England for its det gy, floor study at Lambeth a mid laws of her church forbidding crse of the romance, sa t
fused to dispersethe troops isher, the archbsp ofalled for prayer that the prin- growing opposition to the romance.marrage to a divorced person. now has a bearing on the rel'

one of many throughout the is-whena cruel coincidence for.d loves. tuion of mar age. fri even though she kw he the British Method ist church. t r
.land as Cyprits celebrated theher to sit through a he Mt a Thei e had been a etidd swing ict lwas it le third time in coul not approve, t second largest religious brdeI in
invasionn about a girl who had tod o t-." o eight days that she has fage n the t nagland. said "her example .
by Aears a.abetwem o her family'o chaied ad paper d"are t' call thie Affair"' archbishop. but the previous oc- Whatever her reason, any deci- not M e t SHAPE OF THINUb T. I
CYThe mfar d in streets husband aN her own. it niasita Townsend, but rar N rwugmcasiose s were formal state affairs mies she has reached was nt a ideal of Christian marriage.e tion of a .ertic.al "il'..acfi
tiofl,. mm hn h Sp,,whectat tcou g thineydsawe aore loves winnnmaupprmgpe al go iargesin.leading DOW I The l orthcomiun issue id Ceurceh AVRO, LtdT;h ....... t-l
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SL t day. Letters are published in the eorer received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
de Mtity of letter writers is held ia strictest confidence.
IM e newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements os plneo
S seoud in letters from readers.
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GRUDGE AGAINST THE RAILROAD
A The Panama Railroad
Is like that McCarthy bloke.
It never gets anywhere-
It's just heap big smoke!
Here's the nine million dollar question: Why is the Panama
JiUroad running downhill on the bumpy ride to bankruptcy and
oblivion?
Here's the nine year old answer:
Square brass "wheels" with no uphill pull!
It is never too late to start building up this Toonerville
i Trolley to Colon! A new car once or twice a year to replace the
Jumping bean dustcatchers would attract people. . Instead of
I SS. Maybe the top wheels never heard of streamlined cars. A
I nre suitable schedule to benefit trans-Isthmian workers as well
as visitors would help put the horse before the cart.
Reduced prices and full loads are better than high rates and
a tty runs.
All this could have been accomplished during the past de-
S cide -- with gold spiked rails to boot! Who is to blame for this
1 shameful lack of maintenance and foresight? Present policies
a.0d "saving" measures (being adopted in many branches that
h ve restricted salaries) are heading relentlessly towards the
same inevitable climax: complete breakdown.
Overhauling the P.R.R. could start by disposing of the excess
string of cattle cars that litter the rails, thus initiating a long-
r'tge program of determination And guts to revamp the rattler.
Then, perhaps the $7,000,000 net profiteer might not be so anxi-
ous to have high priced old employes resigning without inducing
them to stay.
In conclusion, if the P.R.R. is raffled off to the highest bid-
der eventually, why not be ultra modern and inject the more suit-
., aole mode of travel to satisfy the growing trend towards speedy
ervi e? Sky-ferry?
*'Speaking of raffles, my next note to this mail box will en-
vilop a few things pertaining to the National Lottery of Pan-
aa Just old things that everyone talks about, and nobody
p er seems to act upon.
J. K.


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slax and have loads of fun, Mrs. Hyde-I know how
your husband keeps you penned vp in the house!"


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N. D. FOUNDATION
GRAND FORKS, N. D. -(UP)-
Dr. Robert D. Campbell has made
an initial contribution of $5,000 for
establishment of a foundation for
the University of oNrth Dakota.
After the death of the doctor and
his wife, an additional $165,000 in
stocks and securities will be trans-
ferred to the foundation. Control
of the foundation will be adminis-
tered by trustees serving lifetime
positions.


L E A S E
* ITRSDAY 3rd. *


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How Will ThosePoor People Ever Do Without Me?


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4MgS1



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Washington

WASHINGTON -(NEA)- The
sudden resurgence of New York
Gov. Averell Harrimah's presiden-
tial ambitions presents the Demo-
crats with a curious dilemma.
There is no longer any doubt
that ex-Gov. Adlai Stevenson of
Illinois will declare himself a
presidential candidate at next
month's party rally in Chicago.
As recently as Aug. 10, Governor
Harriman visited Stevenson at his
Libertyville, Ill., farm. He re-
ffirmed previous support for the
1952 Democratic standard bearer.
Exactly two months later-after
President Eisenhower had his
heart attack-Harriman said he
was not "morally bound" to sup-
port Stevenson.
It took only the step-up in
activities of Harriman's campaign
manager Carmine De Sapio and
ex-President Harry Truman's re-
cent New York visit with Harriman
to complete the shift.
The Democratic line today is
that Mr. Truman made an un-
fortunate slip of the tongue which
he now realizes and regrets, when
he said that if he lived in New
York he would be for Harriman.
Truman tried to suck this back
next day. but the bad taste linger
No known feud has developed
between Truman and Stevenson.
The Republican theory that Tru-
man et al. were trying to destroy
Stevenson permanently by running
him against Eisenhower again is
discounted by Democrats.
Truman has been careful since
leaving the White House to defer
to Stevenson as titular head of
the party. Furthermore, it is
pointed out that Truman hand-
picked Stevenson as his succes-
sor.
This, however, was over three
years ago. At that time Harriman
was one of Truman's most trusted
advisors on foreign affaics.
But Harriman, then, was a rank
amateur in politics. He had never
been elected to office. He was
therefore impossible as a presi-
dential candidate.
Since then, Hairiman's political
stature has changed greatly. He
has worked hard to change his
political personality. He tries to be
more affable. He has been coached
to make better speeches.
Democratic convention fights in
the past have been largely over
issues, rather than personalities.
This one would be different.
Stevenson is warm and human
with a high sense of humor and a
great flair for irony and subtleties.
Harriman by contrast is, aloof,
direct and almost humorless.
Yet this might work to Harri-
man's advantage. Many of Steven-
o*" criticrdeplored hJ quipping


Stevenson anf Harriman have a
great deal in common. They have
many mutual friends. Their ideas,
principles and ambitions for the
Democratic party are much the
same.
Though Harriman is a multi-
millionaire a n d Stevenson is
relatively poor, both believe in
liberal policies.
The wrecking of their long
friendship in political r v a I r y
would be a strange thng tb be-
hold. It carried to extremes, they
might kill each other off and al-
low a darker horse to win the
nomination.
Democratic Insiders say neither
one would accept the vice presi-
dency, the way they feel about
things now
As an ideal ticket, however,
Democratic politicians believe that
Stevenson and Harrinman or Harri-
man and Stevenson might be one
of the strongest combinations they
could offer


Hottest Scandal in Town
Ex-champ Joe Louis had to
apart Dorothy Donegan (the
at the Embers) and the mgr.,
Harlem eatery Thurznight. A
lent tiff with Dorothy slugging
a pro. .. The Edmund Pur
divorce will get pre-trial hear
in Dec. Muddier (according to
siders) than the Mississippi. .
Julie ("Boy Friend") Andr
parents feel she is too young
wifedom. Want her to wait a
years before sealing it with a
Neil McCullum. Julie's got
apartache. . Marilyn's advi
are blamed for the discharge
hur longtime personal hairdre
;..At the memorial dinner
Alfred E Smith when Cha
Silver introduced Governor Hs
man the spectators responded
applause plus boos Kefauver s1
pered. duri Je mayor',&
S, Gresk lark I te d w
souse will save the ilar f
judge. A top hotel exee is ivole
. .Grace Kelly's alleged
say she told them she ref
more than one drink because
fears a 2nd would make her
exterior" melt. As Mencken
said: "A man loses his senst
direction after four drinks
woman after four kisses."
Has 'foots Shor finally acce
the offer from the Rockefe
for his 51st Street property?
hear C. F. Noyes owned the
on which Shor's place is built.
realty agent is L. J. Beck.
Their chums say Celeste Holm
Lto (Look mag) Rosten hop
duet next month when his de
is final. . Genevieve Pal
(the "Fanny" dolling) add Ma
(that show's hairdresser)
make it a permanent. . (
Nelsin of (Girlville) hogged
Raleigh Room phone for 2 h
calling Piper Laurie and C
Ohmart for one hour each.
lad mives. . The El Mor
crowd is going daffy trying to
ut the nalie of the newly arr
Paris mannequin (her first na
Stella) who is getting the I
kissing bit from Oleg. . .
annual deb lists hardly ever c
up with Brenda Frazier types
more. The '56 crop includes
whizbangs, either. . Citizen
David Schine donated most of
N. Y. time to modelovely Jei
O'Conner
The Int'l Seti Molotov wa
danger of Siberia once bel
When the Nazis invaded Russi
'41 he was bounced fer his
in the Stalin-Hitler pact. His
was removed as head of the
metics trust. His chief atta
thtn was Malenkov! . M
Oberon will be matron of h
at the London wedding of I
lMnravth Bensen. . This
priceless: Rita Hayworth's n,
bors (att he Hotel Bristol, Pi
art named Haymes. .. If
day's headlines in the NY. Mi
stand un (Londlon Hears Me!
ing to Make UP Her Mind)
confirm Winchell's 3rd parag
of Oct. 12.
Kid% Gavilan (last reported
Argentina) probably doesn't k
his wife and 3 tots are desti
and frantic at 10 Manhattan
. Eelvator lads at the T
Lexington are "sure" Allen W
stock chucked his Jib Oct. 15t
wed Francine Bradley. heires
a Boeton footwear mint. . .
ton Moore has no time for S
either. She weds Lt. Wm. B
in Dec One f her long ago
was Lincoln's U.S. treasurer.
George Shearing is getting
(top wage) at Cafe Society w
5 years ago they paid him
. Mel Torme Is gse ,i
consolation from Peggy ElUg,
also lost her mate. . Ma
Hyer's hyer than a kite ar
Grant Williams.. .. Dick I
whose wife Susan Ball was k
by cancer, is tryig to forge
heartache with LaU Davis .
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WASHINGTON Thousands of
words have e written about the
tragedy that wept trough New
England twice this year. hundreds
of photos have been published,
hours of radio .and TV time have
been devoted to the homeless, the
paths, the misery.
But In these words these words there has
been. almost nothing about the
backstage lobbying and the power-
company politics tat has lelt New
Engand defnseless again st
floods. While the Tennessee Valley
has stopped ite flood ravages,
while the Ohio River has lessened
its disasters, and while the Mis-
souri and Mississippi are not the
dangers they once were, New Eng-
land has remained unprotected.
Here, chapter by chapter, is the
untold story behind repeated
floods, behind high electric power
rates, and why New England in-
dustry has moved South.
.1-27-Over 10 inches of rain hit
the Northeast in three days ...
The Connecticut River turned into
an inland sea . .. In Springfield,
Mass., 10,000 people were home-
less .... Western Vermont was
worst hit.
A year later, in 1928, independent
studies by Massachusetts Tech
Professor H. K. Barrows and a
group of Boston civil engineers
showed that big flood control
dams are too costly by th e inm-
selves. Their solution: Regional
dams tied to power plants, with
state aid in financing,
SBut'the utilities opposed. .Said
Vermont's George Aiken, then a
Republican state legislator: Such
dams would make state officials
"virtual dictators of the economic
life of the districts."
Said the Massachusetts Depart-
ment of Public Works: There are
"no conditions at present which in
flood stages of the river threaten
serious damage or loss of life. .
The department, therefore, makes
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ioti of t N J., seems lost in this m of doll in New York City.
food- The dolls are part of some 45,000 entries by teen-ager in a nation-
~h to al dollmaking contest. They were made from a bask- kit con-.
s to training a white sock and a plastic doll face, and ail will be dis-i
Lyn- tribute as Christmas gifts to needy children in rural-America
Sts.- and overseas.
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ti spirit of Massachusetts." Later,
aa governor, Dever changed his
mind. BHOy Caot Lodge, Repub-
lican, al opposed it.
Rlet: Congress kept its $300,-
0,000, pigeonholed the compact,
refused to saddle taxpayer with
costly dams that could never be
tied to revenue-producing power
plants. New England got no multi.
purpose dams, thogh later the
Army engineers built five more
small flood-contral dams.
Ribleoff Repeats
IM President, Roosevelt re-
vived a New England "Little TVA"
for the Connecticut River valley.
New England lawmakers, includ-
ing Rep. Charles W: Tobey and
Sen. Styles Bridges of New Hamp.
shire, voiced their opposition.
In 1949-50 President Truman
pushed a TVA for New York and
New England and to that end cre-
ated the New England-New York
Inter-Agency Committee. Floods
had threatened New England al-
most every spring. Power rates
continued among the highest in the
nation. Because of cheap southern
power, New England industry was
moving South.
This time newly elected Gover-
nors Chester Bowles of Connecti-
cut and Paul Dever of Massachu-
setts, who had changed his mind,
worked with Gov. Ernest Gibson
of Vermont, Republican. They,.re-
vised and revamped the fol4r-state
flood compact so that the power
benefits from multi-purpose dams
Went to hte people, with the
However, their plan was sty-
mied. One man who helped stymie
it was Gov. Sherman Adams of
New Hampshire, now in the White
House. His representative on the
committee, Walter White, was de-
termined and vehement.
"This nation," said White on
Nov. 15, 1951, "is following the ir-
resistible promises "of a lunacy
doctrine. We are finding ourselves
being seduced into socialism."
1955 Terrible rains again hit
New 'England in August and Octo-
ber ... 49 dead or missing .
With the utilities still calling the
tune, Connecticut's Democratic
Gov. Abraham A. Ribicoff appoiit-
ed a flood-relief commission that
included Sherman Knapp, presi-
dent of the Connecticut Light and
Power Co.
In the end Knasp and colleagues
chiefly recommended: Federal re-
insurance for thefor the insurance com-
panies, which means the federal
government would help bail out the
Hartford insurance companies, a
state smail loan agency; ird state
help in replacing destroyed
schools.
However, no recommendation
was made for preventing floods in
the future. No has any help been
recommended for private individu-
als whose hoaes were washed
laytwhose furniture was ruuiedu .
whoU life savings, may be ne
New England risks
more, re ather than e se-
duced by what Sherman Adams'
representative calls the "irresisti-
ble promises of the lunacy doc-
trine" which has now brought such
prosperity to the floodless Tennes-
see Valley.
NOTE The Army engineers
asked the Justice Department for
a ruling on diverting their funds
from other projects to. New Eng-
land to make a survey for future
flood control. Attorney General
Brownell replied that it was per-
missible provided leaders of Con-
gress approved. Leaders of Con-
gress have now been queried, both
Democrats and Republicans all o-
ver the United States of America,
and have replied no. They appear
fed up with past New England
flood control procrastination. It
will now take three months before
money can be appropriated for a
survey.


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dee night) is a sellout. Benefits Harlem waffle-spinner) phfft. It's TVA for New England
the Runyon Fund. . Louis pplit No. 5. Too bad. . What's
Calhoun was surrounded by two of this about the popular H Trum- 1936-The rains hit agat . .
his four wives at the Chateau bull, 3rds (married 6 months ago) Over 77,000 were homeless . .
Madrid. Different tables. tiffing at the Glen Cove Golden alarmed, Congress passed the
Sliper? She was Maria Ensou- Flood Control Act, including pro-
The Washington Line: Secret cada. Took a plane at Idlewild for posals for a series of multi-pur-
Servicemen will protect Guate- Cuernavaca, Mexico, 'where di- pse projects n the Cnnecticut
malan President Armas when he vorce is easy. River capable of generating power
visits the Capitol on the 31st. Ike's and preventing floods. . states
plane will fly him to Washington. Our Presidential Postcard Poll: were asked to draw up interstate
He will tenant at Blair House. . Please send your postcard vote compacts, permitting-regional co-
The courts in Chile closed because (on the man you'd like to see Pres- operation with the federal govern.
of a strike by judges and court ident in '56) to WW (Box 711), ment.\
clerks. Want more money. . Grand Central Station, N.Y.C .. .
Communist party members (in The vote to date: Eisenhower: 58 Connecticut, Massachusetts, New
California) are trying to find a per ktnt . Nixon : 10 Mc- Hampshire and Vermont drew up
way to get full page ads in, the Carthy: 7 . G-man Hoover: 7 such a compact, but there was a
N.Y. Times and Herald. Tribune. . Stevenson: 5 . Knowland: jpker. Negotiating for Vermont
Designed to back up their appeal 4 Warren, Knight, Kefauver, was an Insull lawyer and lobbyist
of Red leaders, convicted under Harriman: Less than 2 per cent named Walter S. Fenton. Domi-
the Smith Act .... Mary L. Bulltit nating the New Hampshire dele-
(niece of the ex-U.S. Ambassador Pat Coogan and Frank Hefter gation was iobert WTUpton, a
to France and Russia) and lawyer (Australian Gov't exec) resumed registeredlobbyist for NewJiamp-
SDonley are expected to wed at Armnado's,, They were ke shire Gi a.:,. lectr'p,. Meredith
M .,1* ; ExK basas, W. D. trot few years ae.. I--Electric. Pemigewabtiet' e0 e
I rf rs0" WRI f marry Philauthropy Anyone? 9 00 wRl and Goodrich Falls Electric, p
1M Gravy (,i M tinavill buy a wi plaque in the LittlO was also attorney for the Oward
Va'" this spring. . Postcard Boy's Room at the new AW 'i W lSr a s AsclJlt Gt as_
from Annee Despres of Los An- Thittr . Barbara Warner' sofElectric System.
geles: "0, Walter. The man who the Hollywood tycoon tribe) and Chairman of the New England
buried Hitler isy not in Germany the Hollywood tycoon tribe) and Joint Commission on Flood Control
or in Denver (like you said); he's Jeff Richards are a steady date was Henry I. Harriman, founder
in Hyde Park." at Jimmy Ryan's. . Popular of the New England Power Assn.,
Arthur Crilders, who owned Mi- also an ex-director of the New Eng
Barbara Schmidt, one of the top ami's Royal Palm Club in the land Gos and Electric Assn. and
glamour debs (makes her social lush days and nights, ras re- of the National Electric Light Ass
bow Dec. 19th at the Deb Cotil- entered politics. Running for Mi- It was no surprise therefore that
lion), becomes Walter Shirley, Jr's ami City Commish. In the 30s he the four-state compact denied the
bride Feb. 114th (Sweetheart Day). couldn't lose. . Godfrey will federal government the right to de.
. Howard Johnson, jr. and show his thoroughbreds (and ride velop power resources, also denied
Barara Reynolds (of the realty them) at the Horse Show (Mad. it the right to take title to the land
family) do their Romeoafing at Sq. Garden) on the is.t . Gogi's on which the flood-control facili-
Leslie House. . The George new place in the Ritz Tower is ties wbuld be built.
Cameron, jrs (he's landlord of toe sold out for the opening night next Said Vermont's George Aiken,
Desert Sun at Palm Springs) ex- Thurz. . The Luna (Italian then governor, now senator: "The
pect a New Year's Eve image. * restaurant) on Mulberry Streeti s administration is trying to dom-
Item that shouda been in thefirst the spot for fussier newspaper inate the people of every state
paragraph: The reason a. a gourmets. . The Cameo (Art through the control of every dol-
humorist's fraud hasn't returned Flynn's new swank spot) is a click lar's worth of natural resources
from New England is a hansome already. .. Latest diet for B'way within those states."
Portuguese fisherman. ... Great- show girls: Prunes and jar of Said Massachusetts Attorney
est mag-newspaper tie-in started squash for b'fast; jar of beef for.General Paul Dever, Democrat:
yesterday. A dozen major papers lunch; jar of liver for dinner; "It's an injury to the individualis-
(in as many cities) launched a glass of yogurt after showtime
mass sales campaign of products "Guaranteed" to shelve 10 lbs. in
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i LONDON, Oct. 28, (UP) Brit- terswhich were evaded in the
rI ain's back bench Socialists pre- wretched White Paper published
pared today to challenge Sir An- recently on the Burgess-MacLean
Stony Eden again on the role of controversy?"
the "third man" whq allegedly The Premier, in a shoc ked
tipped Off Burgess and MacL ea n 'tone, answered, "No Sir" but
A that they were under suspicion. there the matter ended as the
Guy Burgess and Donald Mac- House passed to other business.
Lean, two Foreign Office officials, Philby was missing today from
disappeared in May 1051. his 12-room country mansion at
House of Commons questioning Crwborough, Sussex.
and a white paper published by His wife, Ailee, told callers,
the government revealed they had "My husband is in London today
been under security surveillance. and I do not want to comment
SMembers of Parliament and until I see him."
Stress, reports claimed a "third Philb is the son of Harry St.
man" warned Burgess k d John Philby, famed as an explor-,
MacLean they were due to be er in Arabia.
called in for questioning. I
A w ours ater the two step In 1936 Philby became a corre-
.ed off a boat in St. Mal o, spondent for the London Times
rlance, and vanished, and two years later was wound-
ed while covering the Spanish civ-
Sir Anthony's dodging of two ii war.
questions in the House of Co m'- He joined the British Foreign
mona on the "third man" p a rt Office in 1946 and the following
allegedly played by Harold Phil- year was posted to Istanbul.
Sby, a former British diplomat in He was transferred to Washing-
Washington, only served to in- ton in 1949 and for a while lived
crease the Labor Party's deter- with his family in the same house
nmination to demand a full-blown as Guy Burgess, then a second
debate on the subject shortly. secretary to the embassy.
i' Philby, now a free lance jour-
y nalist, was named Tuesday by In diplomatic circles there it
i fellow ued to do my homework in high schol-I'm Socialistmember of Parliamentwa assumed he was senior re-
going to give him a lob!"'Marcus Lipton who asked t h e presentative of British i f t e I I i.
folf to five him a iob!" Premier: "Have you made up gence in Washington.
._-- your mind to cover up at all costs He returned to Britain in June
the dubious 'third man' activity 1951 and resigned frdmt he for-
of Mr. Harold Philby. . and are eign service in 1951, four months
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tPOLECAT-Mrs. Fannie McCleary uses a long pole to prod a pregnant skunk to a more appropri-
ate breeding ground than her back yard in Boyne City, Mich. With little help from her dog,
who just trailed behind, Mrs:McCleary nudged the skunk 10 blgcp to a wooded area, where the
ukunk could have all the little stinkers she pleased. --

SHStanford U.
Has Tibefan
'Ghost Traps'
STANFORD -(UP)- Stanford
University possesses the first com-
plete collection of Tibetan "ghost
traps" known to have been taken
out of Asia.
The man who brought the col-
lection to the university is Dr.
Frederic Spiegelberg, a professor
of Indian and Himalayan culture.
The traps in general resemble
TV antennae with multicolored
threads and tufts of wool criss-
erossing on a wooden frame. In
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Heart Stopped For 20 Minutes,

Patient Shows No III Efects


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toppe besang in-a 20-minute
brush with death was "very
mentally alert" and "still im-
proving" today.
The surgeon who gave her up
for dead after massaging her
-heart for almost half an hour
called her recovery perhaps the
most complete and dramatic in
medical annals.
Dr. Wayne H. Stockdale had
given up his attempts to mas-
sage life back into tWe patient's
heart and her husband, James
Raynor, was told his wife was
dead.
As nurses began removing an-
esthetic apparatus from the ap-
parently lifeless woman, she be-
gan to breathe again. Stockdale
immediately completed the oper-
ation he had begun when the
heartbeat failed.
Mrs. Marjorie Barbour Raynor,
0S, of Four Oaks, made a recov-
ery that Is, "the most complete
and dramatic I know of," Stock-
cle of the Master's work Up-
stairs."
Stockdale said severe damage
to the brain usually results when
the heartbeat stops for as long
as seven minutes, and if the pa-
tient survives he is not mentally
competent.
But Stockdale emphas i z ed
there~waa no injury to Mrs. Ray-
enr's brain.


"Her heart did not beat for
more than 20 minutes, but she
Is perfectly rational and nor-
mal," Stockdale said. He said
Mrs. Raynor can "expect a com-
pleth .and'normal recovery if no
complnUMons develop." ,


Mfrws tRayor's private nurse
said today she is "improving
steady" aid Is "very mentally
alert and clear."
The woman was brought to the
hospital Friday, critically injur-
ed in an automobile accident.
She had a broken leg and other
injuries, Including a contusion,
or intpry, to the heart.


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heart with Dr. X. HE -Alderman
in attendance. When the inci-
sion was completed, the heart-
beat stopped.
Stockdale began to massage
the heart with his hands. He
worked for 20 minutes while the
woman's husband stood by the
operating table.
Finally, Stockdale gave up.
Raynor was told his wife was
dead. Nurse anesthetists Vella
Nelson and Vivian Rahenkamp
began removing their apparatus
when Mrs. Raynor began to
breathe. The surgeon was sum-
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voided the ticket.
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snare dangerous ghosts.
Dr. Spiegelberg's set of 14 traps
was made for him by Buddhist
monks of the Enchay Monastery
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FOR RENT
Apartments


ATTENTION G. I. Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water r,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-- Niely furnished"
one-bedroom apartment on Ave.
Peru, facing the park. Phone 3-
0746 or 3-3099.


FOR RENT: One-room fur-
nished apartment. Clean and cool.
Beautiful location. 43rd Street
No. 13.,
FOR RENT:--Cool, quiet apart-
ment with magnificent view: 2
bedroom, with large porch, liv-
ing room, dining room, garage,
maid's quarters, hot water pip-
ing, $115. Phone 3-1549.
FOR RINT: Modern apart-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, porch, bathroom, laundry
room, garage, hot water, $120.
Via Argentina No. 75, El Can-
grojo.
FOR RENT: Corner two-bed-
room apartment with balconies,
best location, Bella Vista. Call
3-0934.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment, military inspected. Via
Porraa No. 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, I big bedroom and bath.
Bdlla Vista, 44th Street, $50
with Frigidaire. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:-Cool, quiet apart-
ment, 2 bedrooms, unfurnished.
San Francisco. Phone 1464 Bal-
boa.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY:-Rear wheel
for girl's sidewalk bicycle, Hod-
strom make. Wheel must be 16-
inch outer diameter, with 2-inch
sprocket. Call Balboa 2327 aft-
or 6 p.m.


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-6-piece leather up-
holstered living room set plus 5-
piece dining room set. Both in
excellent condition, $190. EI
Cangrejo, corner of Calles B and
L. Edificio Deveaux, Apt. 31.
FOR SALE:- Mahogany dining
set: extension table (glass top),
combination buffet-china closet,
4 chain. 2 arm chairs. Reason-
able price. Good opportunity,
Call Panama 3-3742.
BARGAIN:- Rattan davenport,
6'x9' hooked rug and small desk
bureau with matching chair (in
good condition) $85; also mis-
cellaneous household items and
tools. Phone 83-2233. House
510-A, Curundu.
FOR SALE: 6-piece bamboo
living room set; 10-piece ma-
hogany dining set; two mahog-
any bedroom sets, 8 pieces ea.;
miscellaneous items. Reasonable.
Phone Panama 3-5873 Saturday,
1 to 6, or Sunday 9 to 5.

FOR SALE:- Heywood Wake-
field streamlined modern sec-
tional divan, book cases, coffee
tables, lamps; Simmons hide-
away bad; 8-foot refrigerator,
modern gas range with griddle,
electric water heater, plus mis-
cellaneous pictures, dishes and
other bric-a-brac. C. R. Vander-
grift. 51st & M. M. Icaxa, Cam-
po Alegre, 3-0853.

BARGAIN SALE:-Furniture in
excellent condition: living room,
neon ceiling light, wardrobe 3-
section, vanity and bench, dining
table and chainrs, refrigerator
Philco 60-cycle, washing ma-
chine automatic Maytag, car
Buick 1948 excellent condition,
new tires. Central Avenue 149,
Rooms 17, 18. 19. Farmacia
"Estados Unidos" Building, Pan-
ama.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE':-.22 caliber rifle.
pump action. Hquse 6382-A, Les
Rios. Call 2-2660.
FOR SALE:-Firestone commer-
cial freezer, 19 cubic feet, 4,
compartments; lar 2 door
Philco commercial freezer; com-
mercial Hobart mixer; 1951
Nash station wagon; 1950, V/2
ton Chevrolet panel; Autocar re-
frigerated truck, 3 /2 tons. PAN-
AMA PAC KING CORPORA-
TION, La Loceria, Phone 3-
4718.
FOR SALE:-Kohler light plant
11 -Kw. 110-volt A.C. A. Ri-
enks, house 1813, Apt. J, Old
Cristobal, after 5 p.m.

WANTED
Houses'
VACATION QUARTERS urgent-
ly needed for November. Refer-
ences available. Call Balboa 2-
1669.

WANTED
Apartments
VACATION QUARTERS wanted
by responsible Air Force couple,
no children or pets, any time
thru January 10. References fuw-
nished. Phone 86-5112.


Another of a series written
for NEA Service


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS A "OU
BOX zl20 ANCON, C.z
BOX 1211. CRISTO .AL. C.Z.
BIDS, COCOL1 CLUINOUS
l will bek revived by theCo -
cell Civic Counell unti 7 pa.,
10 November 1955 for CeaeM-
sionaire to operate the Fid and
Related Servics in the Cegli
Clubhouse, Coceli, Canal Zene.
Specificatens coeyiein Ceaoes-
slonairo operation of the *Cleli
Clubhouse are obtalible from
the Ceslil Civic Comnell, Pet
Office oex 414, Redman., Cnal
Zone or contt Mr. R. L. See-
loy at phone 25-3852, Naval
Station, West Bank, duringi
uler working Ihurs.
FOR ANY sewing needs at low
rates telephone 2-4164 Pana-
ma.
Join tihe trend toward modern
window covering with mathk-
stick bamboo drapes. Also beau-
tiful custom made draw drapes
or panel. For samples and free
estimate, call DECORADOS, tel-
ephone1 3-4904.

RESORTS
Gramlih's Santa Clara each
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gbsbea
6-441.


Shmrepnl's furnishd houses an
beech ot Santa Clare. Telephoe
Thompson, Balfke 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Low retes. Phae

Santo Clara. Box 435, Belbeo.
Phone Panama 3-177. Cristo-
bol 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Proback, Balboa 1224,


Red Panel Truck


FOR SALE
A.ntomobile
FOR SALr'l-194 Linoln Cen-
tinental, cmatme built body apd
engine, $1300 cash or trade
dealer's book difference. Albrook
06223. Quarteers 53-.
FOR SALE:--argaIn, 1954 Cal-
ifornia Hillman. 2-tone, perfect
condition. 15,000 miles, w/s/w
tires, duty paid $1000 cash,
$1200 long erms. No more no
less. Phone 2-1059, Mr. Bernal
at "Tranipertes y Talleres."
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Club C*ope, 2-tne, radio, heat-
er, special sr ent, underr coat-
ing, good tires, good condition.
Original aoner. Call Fort Kobbe
2140 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1937 Chevrolet
two-doer asupe, ubetiful shape,
perfect transportation. Only
$150. May be son at the Atlas
Club.
FOR SAL:--1951 Chrysler Nw
Yorker black, 21,000 miles, eo-
cellent condition, good t ir s,
leather upholstery. Single owner.
Phone 3-3405.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
WE IVY. Sll end Mane Real
Estate. iT Inomplel Uele,
CathMdral Pleas, Pnenme. Tole-
phone 2-0057.


Machinisl Locals

Announce Series

Of Night Lectures
The Educational Committee of
Locals 811 and 609 of the Inter-
national Association of Machin-
ists have arranged for a aeries of
night lecture courses on elements
of thermodynamics. theftrv, of


V. th r y amic-ten t Richard M N i xon-
lTel. 3-1285 OUT OF DO"ORS .. ith .S GO I By DON HEINRICB ( Ll.i lue mechanical refrigeration, and M. XO. Nopresurewas uto
Sw I Glants Quarterbalk Is Lles u theory of internal combustion The magazine said Atty. Gen. Purchase or not to purchase
engines. Herbert Brownell Jr., Postmas- he said. -" repeat there is nc
I reh tar enealt Arthur E. Summer- split in the CabiAet." .
These courses will be conduct- field and disarmament chief Th pork ea r
I 1ed in the same manner as the Harold E. Stassen "want to a announce Monda, oth
SCHICAGO, Oct. 28 (UP).-Po- recently completed course on li- abandon the Benson farm policies government to buy about
eb S 'zj*.Z- I. d .I. k v*e led - Mce pressed a nele-la-a- rcaio. and outpromise the Democrats," million dollars worth of port
toussanr ch h,. torr y'e a ec s ao ld% -an
(Dr. ncolls) By WARREN PAGE n375 IIh enough weapon to woods where three young oe s Jthe respective union me tiu --ury Secretary George M. Hum- ans take st s a oe R.Mdlt
or.B aRNPGE of tuhew eap s -owerefoundslain.
Sute Areea Ph. 3-221T Shooting Editor knock any or all of these bears Authorities were ouggedd slain y tried' to halls. The first course of the prey Secrear of State John n fak t bolt
It's a well known idea that the into the middle of last week, all Authorities tr oggucl tmiedto series, elements of thermodyna- Foster Dulle and the "rest of g g frm price.
man who lives in the great out- rigged out with a custom stock find the truck, ut admitted mics, will be a foundation for the Cabinet."s The "ublicationf --~L
d6ors, close to nature, never de- and expensive express sights and "there are a lot of red trucksin the succeeding courses in theory said .Nixon "stay i on th INEFFECTIVE BOOK
S velps stomach ulcers. My eye! a fine scope and heaven knows Chicago." of mehancal rerigeraton and fence."on the
Vironia Lake IIn many years of wandering the what. This was the latest lead in the o mechanal Ieration en DETROIT -(UP)- A book wai
hinterland with all manner of But he'd never shot his weapon baffling slaying of Robert Peter- in theory of internal combustion Benson told the hastily-sum- returned to the Detroit Pblic
People, I have often seen woods- enough to discover that his gun- son, 13, John Schuessler, 13, and engines. moned reporters there as a brary recently, more than 23 year
ing ig i living guides with as healthy a smith had set said scope entirely his brother Anton, 11, whose Willard E. Pery will be the ry full and frank discussion" overdue. The book, returnedto
set of ulcers, or at least as ad- too far aft, so that the first-and nude bodies were found in Rob- Sinstructor. of the farm situation at the s brary dp box aonyhousl.
OIIowing collapse vanced a case of nervous colly- every-time he cut loose with his i inson Woods Oct. 18.Sincethese courses have the meeting. He added that the sub-d outMarch1,1
l wobbles, as was ever acquired by near-cannon the scope eyepiece lMeanwhile police lifted a approval of the industrial train- ject was put on the agenda at The title "Defective Memory, Ab.
T Ot. 28 (P A a Madison Avenue advertising chopped a chunk out of his nose. growing list of garments found t Com panyo thePanama mo inetion snt-mindness and Their Treati
DETROIT. Oct, 28 (UP)- Ac-Iman. Painful conducive to the severest in an intensive search for the Canal Company, recognition in Benson said he discussed the mnt.
ress Veronica Lake was "re- When a guide or outfitter has kind of flinches and jerks. Who clothing of the boys. the form of certificates will be
lving routine treatment" and the gollywogs, nine times out of can hit anything if he knows he's These included a sock that the given to those attending seventy
coming- along fine in Henry 10 it come& from fretting a n d going to get stabbed-hard-when Peterson boy's parents said may percent or more of the lectures
,r e Thes In he r tel yesterday advanced said guide lots Te fact tat this could have'
Sosi t aer st some rt dud he a have belonged to him, a artly in a course W H AC A R
owing a performance in a of folding stuff will fail to get been corrected by a little pre-trip Dn Herich pieces of other clot hing, organized primarily for the bene-
ge play here. his game. And fail because of his firing on the range, or that said fitter clothing of thrganze pmarily or the Iene-I
*own failures or foolishness. guide very soon called a halt for The hunt for the truck beganfit of the members of the Inter- DRIVE the
SIt first was believed the 33- Only the other day I had a four- shifting the sight and retargeting All Washington needed to go after Mr. and Mrs. William Leip- national Association of Machin-
r-old actress who captured page letter from an outfitting the cannon these did no good tie the Rose Bowl in 1950 was a er repoPted that a "breathlessly lits, invitations will be issued to
goers a decade ago with friendof many years was a after the sport had been gashedtiewith California. excited" youth drove up to their interested nonmembers to the 1 56
pree-k-boo bang had suf- sad tale. and missed a few times He d had fruit stand about 9 p.m. Oct. 16, extent that apace is available.
red acoronary occlusion How- Seems that on the lasthunt of it, to the point where he flubbe The score w as4 a t -ya the night the boys vanishd. Non-members wishing to at- A
.vr, ins refused to issuethe season n a relative of one of his, a million dollar chance by a et-, They s the south anxiously-tend-the se a
statement pending completion best customers had shown up with ter of ardsnot feetline, fourth down and goal to go They said the youth anxusly tend these course ar r ested

Biss Lake, who reached film eastern Alaska lice limit ofelfo be wrote, to a thin string Elhenny, we could smell the ros- whether there was a guard ontc s m o tA
Srdom in Sull van' Travels. oz Alas o bren. i S of s l, sro, t u a hn utr e. es. duty. They said he then blurt- Special All Saints,
lobbyla of thean gdiz s utwobonwnies wur K thisunfortunate hunter. pe ial



ofeeoy them motbeisgii ogl y itw ou erm dn helpb e "aunateverd' it to a pass er|| ,' services willdo.. be held at d T A o
.o ,,__o. And at one time or anot her dur- time that this shot wouldplay Yoffou do that whie lined up UI wth Ia s S. Paul's Church in ob uce it
orehnteapocigraevnsrhdeAl a runnin ler i tin W & ha& .. ...pio

o uld .bhastalkan even into tey o odsman still lies awake by car onll ing a code wenumber e theaf he ,
r hercouel be. p a aetlsrnr dogg through heou rtdhfe aadr, but raton will be oSuy
ELEASc E trophyh crit-tersl had nver ed SyEesrvice) m hh ddehen nI got to the line of scrul be4m r la s e will h i Ataobe Ro
Doorrecognitionbycrit-sursinemonstrsofassa .get the pass off observance of the Itint l st Tel. 2-4624



S THURSDAY 3rd. e ball shot up in the air, w. T
,,, SapesRegments of ought by one of the lanee (td out all h oar line defense
e was tackled. chairman Paul Butler said to-t
ofthemmostob ltidnThat was the ball ame day he hopes "no Democratic On Nov. 1 and 2, thete i beaaManyservice will be hld at




Late y on, th e guys uon the le ader in any art celebration -
Sonplay was to be run, told m we ents to the formation of any bloc tion of the Fas in ofbrVance t
cou esaeeveninocould have jammed the ball within our party." and All Souls ay. i lack White Wa se B lack White Wal





Sabu theUncross easily the way the California Butler's statement came at a The parish will also celebrate 600x6 155 1C50 701 189
defense was set up. They had all news conference preceding his Pnama's Independence Day50 .9 1.9
Sh r cs o11 men on the line, with s back. talk to a state Democratic fund- with a celebration of Holy s.- r70x15 15.95 18.95 710x15 19.95 23.45
er-ups. f'McElhentrophy critters, hd nevny had gotten raising dinner tonight. muion at 6:00 a.m.o





Sijammed up he could have turned He was asked for comment on An inervicetation is extended t 5 21.95 26.45
wide and crossed the goal line unconfirmed reports that Texas participate in these services. 760x15 18.95 22.95 sooxi5 23.95 29.95
aIdize stat coaltin o"blocPa of Soute ofou party in ev section and 820x15 24.95 26.95
r B theirgoaget the pass offiv s inference obstrength of the ar Tfiy h cllO lire N Mountin Charge
S THURSDAY 3rd. 0 The ball shot up in the air b.mwas t wee. notbenn do83n e y aform"t sing b elocs w7 r i 8






caise theiadeore men oen dhe Butler said he does not believe whether they be sectional or baa-
andbroughtouttothe2bf our gre-Nat l inaleaders as our enateclar scheduled hurs
ilshould havw e stuck tod m ogg- m alcrt leae f Is n y bested in d -






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~iKO A ^ A lik*BL4 MARIA GOING the light that a city cnSEE LL THE NEW CfTS NOW ON DISPLAY! )
Tha immy Ctheyb aengame. da ley shayngstheoDemocratsc ,o4 L,.











A ,naD undawll pew s the farm problaemsaSe E eALL T E NEW G- NOW ON ..... ,

T A en he n, U -oth and the d emo cratic farm pr- c raon ofHoyl A 7 A A
sid Der o r f Murlnelhee tha i gnaltnraim and the farmers t onveri.aL u1






plwTasintaou bed traditional box- by can understand problems at f ints
crossea.il th...-sedytheosalifrnenarssemtC eents at aThoparsherisoc"BlcleMb. will be partly th1e cosumer 8 I
Sw agonCls.el b r.desieI replaced by satuT wlao.Sc.- Butler said our co constant P anam 's IndeMpd COLc . .
Ir 4 le < a ll o ..less and op- fort must be to enlarge area. o f at PALOMr AS coLo., 9. P.
causerate at d a lower cost. understandings among membiaewt


FOR RENT
FOl_ Houses
FOR RiNT: Nie residenee,
frnihed n beet residential sec-
to, 51st Street No. 23. For In-
formation phone 2-2130.

FOR RENT
Rooms
RESIDENTIAL BOARDING
HOUSE
Room with batrom, couple or
bachelor. Mealb lcluded. Peru
Avenue 28-48 and 29th Street.
FOR RNT.--Comfortable r*om
to right bacheloer. Exclusve en-
trance. Lefevre Park. Phone 3-
5274.
FOR I NT: Large furnished
room for bachelor. Calls est[.
diante 14-19, Apt. 5.


Position Offered
WANTED: Amerikca beuy
Opertr. Y.M.C.A. Beauty Sp,
meih. C.Z. Phone 37T7.
WANTED--Yeoug men li both
Panama and the Canal Zo to
sell the all-new 1956 Ford. Full
or part time. See Abbtt, Col.
pan Moets.
WANTID:O-Salesman, Panama.
Waln, Chiese orlgin.'Must have
experience and, furoish refer-
ences. El Impalme.

WANTED
Mimeellaneous
WANTED:-Deg sitter hom 7
to 4, o**vi day* every third
week. Breakfast and lunch Mp-
plied. Kirhmer, Apt. 1, 11
Market St., Old Cristhal.


Benson Denies Cabinet Split

Over Republican Farm Policy

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WASHc NmGT Oct. 28 (UTP) farm situation for about 45 min-
--Agriculture Secretary, Ezra T. utes.
Benson today took the unusual "There was no division on
step of calling a special news farm policy," he said. "There
conference to deny published was complete support. All mem-
reports that the Eisenhower bers expressed concern over the
Cabinet is split over farm poll- farm problem. We discussed
cy. what could be done that was
Benson, who appeared visibly sound to help the farmers.
nervous as he read a statement "Two or three members men-
to press association reporters, tioned politics. They said that
said several Cabinet members the decline in hog prices occur-
onted during a recent meeting red in traditional Republican
that hog prices had dropped In territory.
*'traditional Republican territo- "There not.of
ry." But he said there was no .Tere was nt. a word of
criticism of his farm program. criticism of the farm program.
The agriculture secretary ap- Not one expressed opposition to
parently was disturbed about a the flexible price support pro-
report carried In the November gram ."
issue of the Farm Journal con- Benson said the recently-an-
cerning an Oct. 7 Cabinet meet- nounced hog purchase program
Ing, presided over by Vice presi- su not the result of any "pres-


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M OVIES TV o 0
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HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Holly- is due for screening as a theater
wood. on TV: There's a domestic movie by Producer Carroll Case.
urd holding up Steve Alien' It's about a, newspaperman of the
permanent move to Hollywood for old west who makes his own news
TV and more movies. Wife Jayne by giving the town's idiot a killer
Meadows is reluctant to leave her reputation.
New York career' steppingstone. I
. . Mari Wlsoin is collecting a The ex-"wife" of George Gobel,
three-figure salary every week Jeff Donnell, is complaining that
while CBS dreams up a new she's become so identified as Alice
comedy series for her. Says Marie: that TV producers art doing a
"'I'm cool, calm and collecting." hesitation waltz about casting her
. . Wouldn't The Bob Cummings in other comedies. The spot on the
Show be just as funny WITHOUT Gobel show was a bg break for
that laugh track? It's becoming Jeff. But now she's having to live
more annoying every week. . It down.
"The Further Adventures of Tom -
Sawyer," a filmed series, is due Fox is re issuing the before-TV
for an early green light at NBC. "Vicki" and "Kangaroo" with a
Ten-year-pld Kim Charney is slated billing switch for Richard "Medic"
for the tole of Tom. Boone. He's now listed with the
t l stars!
Another movie queen, Teresa
Wright, is grateful to television for Claudette Colbert and CBS-TV
allowing her to pick and choose are calling off her exclusive con-
her roles on the big dramatic tract after her next appearance on
shows. She upset the "sweet-girl" "Climax.' She discovered it's
type-casting jinx by playing a better to free-lance.
murderess in her first appearance
on home screens. "And that," she! Movie make-up men working in
marvels, "is something that never TV are discovering a big difference
would -have happened- in Holly- between make-ups for color movies
wood.' and home screen color shows.,
"In movie s," Paramount's
Teres about whether shewil* l Harry Ray told me, "all you need
ty marriage again since divorcing is a natural look ing street
writer Niven Busch: "No thank make-up."
you." But color TV, he says, requires
Remember When radio an- an overall foundation of gray and
nounceri held up large audience a 'purplish cast in the rouge.
cue cards reading "Applause"? -
Television makes an even bigger Now it's the "night-clothes
point of it. i horse."I
The audience applause cue at the The words are Vanessa Brown's
NBC-TV color studios in Burbank since working in the "My Favor-
bi practically a theater mtquee. ite Husband" t e 1 e f i I ms. Each
TWo yel'IIts flash on and off stanza opens or closes with Van-
as "Applause' tf'oot-bigh electric essa and Barry Nelson Waking up
lights leaps 'ut at the customers. ip their bedroom or retiring for
--- the night, CBS is spending as
"I've just got to take something much money on her nighties and
home from Hollywood,' an auto- negligees as they do on her clothes.
gr#ph hound said as she handed
Grucho Maix an autograph Teleflm producers are dream
book at Brown Derby. Telefilm producers are dream-
....o. 'ing up all. sorts of Ww l nations
& dock, G ehoor te charmcIerth i 'Seab
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Ex-Monk Wins',


Nobel Prize


F or Literature
w r
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 28-(UP)
-Author Halldor Killan Laxness
of Iceland, a onetime monk, to-
day won the 1955 Nobel Prize
for literature.
The 18-member Swedish Aca-
demy awarded him the tax-free
cash award of $36,720 and the
plaque that goes with It for his
sensitive novels of the little man
in the cold mountain waste-
lands of Iceland.
The 53-year-old Laxness, is a
winner of the Stalin Prize, and
this fact was believed to haCe
weighed against him during the
eight years he was considered
for the Nobel award.
Laxness, born Halldor Gund-
Jonsson, lived for three years in
the United States but left In 1930
after a public ,clamor against
him.
American novelist E r n es t
Hemingway won out over Lax-
ness last year.
Laxness, who terms himself
an "idealistic Socialist," has
publicly deplored the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization
which includes Iceland.
He has said he is without par-
ticular leanings toward Russia,
bht has been a favorite in the
Communist literary world. Many
otlbis earlier writings attacked
life in the United States.
Runnersup to Laxness was be-
lieved to have been French poet
St. John Perse, Icelandic moral-
ist Gunnar Gunnarson, and
exiled Greek novelist Nikos Ka-
zantzakls.
Laxness wrote eight novels,I
one, "Independent People," was
published in the United States.
It was about Icelandic cottage
farmers and was a Book-of-the-
Mqnth Club selection five years
ago.
The author has been In hot
water with U.S.. immigration au-
thorities. Be first tried to enter


a Belgiau si pwaitegy as a monk.
He left ori -year later to resume
writing poetry, short stories and
novels. He married twice.
In 1927. Laxness was admitted
to the United States and went
to California where he wrote
two articles denouncing the,
movies.
Laxness became a fast friend
of Upton Sinclair, the writer-
reformer, and became critical of
American life in the pre-depres-
sion days.
He left. the United States in
1930 after an article he wrote on
Sinclair's 50th birthday touched
cff a public demand for his de-
portation.
Literary critics were charmed
by his visionary worship of the
tarian ideals. Beside "Indepen-i


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A FEW FAST FACTS: Ed Sulli- far from being a, has-been.
van, who often plans his shows fact, there are more radios
months in advance, has blueprint- than ever before and it still
ed a "Salute to RCA" for late in a lot of toothpaste.
the winter. Since he's on CSB,
'which is RCAs rival, this is a Arthur Hull Hayes, the new p
startling bit of programming . ident o f CBS-Radio, thinks
Miss m rances-Dr. Frances Her knows why radio went into
wich-will take her Dell and go to decline.
ing, with "Ding-Dong School" this
fad and winter. Sne'll originate *'Since the war," he says,
from Cleveland for a-Week in No- dio has forgotten the two fai
vember and from Houston, San that made it a success. It bec
Francisco and Los Angeles during vital to our homes because,
January . Sophie Tucket s doc- you could get what .you .wa
tors have ordered her to cancel when you wanted it-people
all her bookings until the first of their clocks by radio, they 1
the year ... Bill Hayes wilileave that Myrt 'a' Marge would b
for California in November for a regularly, Amos 'a' Andy would
screen teet at MGM. on at seven, they organized
-lives and planned their di
Stars are-human dept. Pete~ dinner hours so they wouldn't
Ling Hayes as a hi fi bug. He their favorites. Remember Gi
is also strictly an amateur at re- alien saying, 'Half-past Amos
pairs. His wife, Mary Healey, says Andy?'
If anything goes wrong with the
equipment, Peter "gets furious a "Then came bigger budgets
bangs i.t" Even as you and I- all sorts of economic factors,
weli, I, anyhow. radio got away from that.


A blind couple from Manitowoc,
Wis.. wrote to the Lone Ranger
hqw much they enjoyed his radro
show.
"Especially," hey concluded,
"we love it when you say, H'i,
yo, Silver.' We can see that."
Every so often, it's interesting to,
contemplate the radio. It s t ill
gives us hours of pleasure, yt it's
like the once-powerful man turned
into a scrawny figure by old age;
has little strength or importance
left. Which is odd, because it is

.spirit in man and his humani-
dent People," his best ,known
work is the four-volume "Light
of The World," whose_ central
character is a poet of 4bq pe-
ple.


THURSDAY 3rd. *

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NOT AS A

STRANGER


FERNANDEL, In
BONIFACIO,
THE SLEEP WALKER
Plus: -
siiran PAMPANINI. In


Fourth Rape C

Sparks Formali

Of V iante 0
NASHVILLE, Tenn..
(UP)- Angry citizens
a "vigilante" commit
to protect women in
do residential section
fourth rape case in 30


n A spokesman for the conunit-
now tee, which held its initial meet-
sells ing Wednesday night, said its
purpose would be to provide
protection and "to teach both
pres- me nand women how to protect
the themselves."
this
"Our plans are far from com-
, plete. but we're definitely not
.ra- planning anything like a group
actors of old-time vigilantes running
came around with guns and ropes,"
first, he said.
noted The criminal assaults, the
set
knew
e on
S New Paving Claimed
inner
STrace0uger, Cheaper
s 'n'

, Than Concrele


and
Well,
+U-4


we re trying Wo get DacK to tha
in radio here at CBS. This season
-incidentally,, we've got the big-
gest budget we've EVER had this
quarter-we have Tennessee Ernie
and Bing Crosby and Jack Carson
and Amos 'n' Andy and 'My Son,
Jeep* and they're all on at set
times. We're back to giving peo-
ple what they want when they
WANT IT.
"The second factor that made
radio great was immediacy. They'd
put news bulletins on immediate.
ly, important events were aired
immediately. You know, r adio o
went for years, pfter the w a r
without interruptmg a show for a
news bulletin. And they'd t a p e
record important on-the-spot-rgp
grams' and present them I a t e r.
We're going back to-immediacy.
.ke came l = Gen


Srmwe'd use it when it hap-
pened. As soon as Ike got off the
plane, we interrupted our sched-
ule and you heard what he had
to say when he said it. Imme-
diacy.
"Radio is coming back," says
Hpyes. "It's certain to come back
-it's sociologically, psychological-
ly and economically sound."


Seems like there's no way of cur.
ing a bite from the stage bug.
Hesb Goldsmith was bitten as a
young man, studied dramatics,
tven had a few TV parts. But
then came (a) a baby and (by'a
chance to get into business, so he
went into business. And he succeed
ed-he's now sales manager for
Sport Chief jackets. But that old
stage bug kept on biting,
So every summer, Goldsmith
takes his vacation and goes and
joins a summer stock company-
as apprentice. He sweeps floors,
sells tickets, paints scenery, may-
be gets a bit part or two. He uses
an assumed name, gets no pay,
comes back tired after his two hec-
tic weeks. Tired, but happy.

G EN E AUTRY (CBS-Radio):
The temperature was 110 degrees
in the shade. But I'm no dummy-
I walked in the sun.


SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -(UP) --
Emmet Poston. a brick manufac-
turer, claims he has developed a
"practically indestructible" new
type of pavement that is tougher,
cheaper and easier to install than
concrete and other present types
road surfacing.
Poston says his "ceramic" pave-
ment has been tested by the U.S.
Navy and was shown to support
more than the 50,000-pound weight
impact per wheel required by the
Navy. The Navy requirement is
several times the load allowed on
most state highways for all wheels
on truck axles.
Poston said the pavement is im-
pervious .to 'weather, requires no
expansion joints for heat expansion.
as concrete does and is even up-
damaged by the great heat 19ult
up by warming up jet airplanes.
iHe said the ceramic pavement,
called "piw can be au-
f fctt ord % a a' dca
pared to 53.55 for concrete andl
can be installed by a contractors
with 53.000 worth of equipment'
once initial grading is finished.


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latest last Monday nihbt on A one of "several suspects" picket"
young widow, have all take 'up in the case.
place in the Belle Meade area ,
just outside the city limits and lA reward. of $7000 has been
lon police believe one man may be posted for the capture of thet
responsible for all of them. rapist and Mayor Ben West sa.d '
the would ask the city councilJ
SIViO Sheriff Tom Cartwvright said to add $5000 more. ,
a principal suspect in the rape
of the widow, a 16-vear-old boy, TLhe "vigilante" proposal wa,
Oct. 28 underwent a second lie detector made last fall after one attack&
launched test today voluntarily after the but dropped when Cartwright' s
tee' today first test proved inconclusive., deputies began patrolling Belhi
a well-to- Cartwright said the youth is Meade intensively.
after the
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di-EiG THE 1 ANAMA AMERICAN INDEFEND DY IEEWSPAPERM
Sof the Sklaks Air Force Or- Yo of Bosto and B Weise
f b o3 7, .J..X (0ches tra" and a.ded floor show a. A i i.
Iocia l a nad 1.t he" door prizes will be given a way in Colon. I '- 't I "
or throughout the evening This *as PMi) tur's ija- meet "
Tickets to the -Flood Relief ing. Doctor Harry Eae made bim T
V. _Ball' will be on sale each Friday a little fareweia 'eh esented
S: ^. 134 Panama nd Saturday by Legionnaires at Toim wita__ Rer ta..Iy ..
"- .rsfF ". ." the Post Ex.chngcs of Fort Kob. ry Banner and beha of the .
" -- be, Clayurn, Amador. Albrook Air club wished him the begt. of luck" ule .o_ tear i k All Suinday paaiters. and pnrof-t-mtembers, lh lbh allr
J, ,, , ,, ,L ., -, ,, ,. f W. / / Force Base, Fort Knbbe Garage in his new post In Yokohama. s bS lm,. in S1 *li j Wlerity of Panama are invited to jo'-TArt .4A*
- fr ./0-.YAgM.. IWra ., a,,t,, anL,, ., J, .,, L. m..il, fpr"oply .to ,.-.um,,, ,,., and Comn,,sar.v, Balboa and Dua- BusinesAf the meeting includ- i.,,., x s t *dn and uAd covered G.t- dura the. how e d fr -'il .sed r
blo Service Centeis and the Bal- ed the collectioi.1 of o.10 for rl ue e i a t.every dult artit anal mebshib tl e.
J m. -". .... ........ -0o40 2- -.V4 .. 1 .a.o l 9 J0a 10 n .. bfly. aboa Comuisar. rice for the Old People's Home! h5 m ain the. Oi- cratnanll Mn thel e.
All in this aiea are invited to at Puerto Pilon. s osawt b Isfathms-1 aa. the. cordial inv i Ote ri u rl.
attend and take part in lending a; An announcement was also ---- mtin of the Canal Zone Aart'meawill la eteak '.
AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HENDERSON GIVE DINNER carnival in Canada, H.waii, Mex-. hand to those in the States who made by President L Davis a- Crisitoal W a'. Hlas Iaei ad 1the local breach of divl a btlh daMes.
HONORING FOREIGN MINISTER AND MRS. BOYD ,,u aiiu t ie ufliCeu iaLes. need help and assistance. bout the Softball League which is Executhq h eard the National iLeagu of Anetian, -
o HONORING FOREIGN MINISTERdd Lo toe cai naji spirit., a Admission to the ball is a one organized by the clU each dry Meets. -ueday ..: . Pen.Women to'eter the annua Monetary and .jbbon a *wrtE.
Her Britannil Majesty's Ambassador and Mrs. lan L. Hen- g.p. louiLune teller wn.u 16 As oi dollar donation-all proceeds to go season with i0ndvidual nembersI Crist.bal Womansa Cla.1Kecu- Communlit Art Show at the Trvo are given to the lnnersa, who are
derson gave a dinner party last evening in honor of Their Ex- ier fingers and bells on her ioes1to the National American Legion sponsoring the teams. The chair- tive Bord MeTingwi i head ll Gtest -quki next week. to be chosen by a-jury now b g
ceilencles th' Mtolster for Forela Aftfairs and Sefiora de Boyd. will gaze mu her crystal all8 Disaster Fund for allocation. mn of this particular committee Tuesdayy morning in .'Re dI E $*4s wBI be -accepted om sectdby .e a
o n ee s wer s cnctheAt eNu- and reveal the future to any will- b, ers a bout their annual ubs ag crip- Csr g Cn

and Mr. and Mrs. S. Wise. ed the holder of the lucky num- as usual but in many ways it was spoke on the conversion from 25 The MRonaday morning. sf wing whiel- al wo iavited. Tivol{ Guest house in Anoea, -
S-- I ber presented upon entering the'an unusual meeting. to 60 cycle current which will be and Handicraft G~Up' of the hi eomnikity show his been.
Carnival Coming Toight ', ........ .. Ser ice 'lub. carried out in the Canal Zone trnureh of O-r viout- and St. p ted amntully fdr several
at ob lmosp. ere a true A Halloween danc is planned The luncheon self as unusual- starting in January 1956. Mrg wt on b thA age inco
For Three Days I e atmospere invadng the for tonight the opening night of ly good and it was served, for a His speech was i the form of Monday at the home oMr. T.junction wit National Art Week
The carnial t coming to Fort Ten booth, bei the "carnival weekend" featuring change in buffet style. Also it is answers to the questions he knew C. Roberteon r .845 en.Par. i t s ite. .Tis yar .L N ,: ,
Kobbea Commencing ton gt Life- bt h s are .ing prepared the black ; magic rhythms of the not often that Crutobal-Colon Ro- would be asked and he seemed ish at e'invite_ for It e t hitete Pen Wom- 3 L E AS E i
liners will "step right up' to tne p.l ** h n... c e, .n 23d Division band. Bedecked in tarians burrt into song but on to cover everything from "Why e _______ en, who include artists, writers, .
Post's Service clulb fo~r t h ree u the n t~ ~ ~e 'black and orange.. decorations. this occasion, in honor of United 25 cycle orginally?-throu g h and emposers, are joinig' the ., THII rAY
nights ovf contnuous enthrta- e pi' s own. balloon" punch the club motif will be witness, Nations Week they s a n g the-Why 60 cycle nowe"--dow- to an leaTel aini the show h-'-*-.
nignt onuous and a horse race Prizes 'Ill skeletons and pumpkins Hymn of the United Nations writ- "What ca.i the Canal Zone house- JU11 U i let I le show will be* divided into *'
oHirIdltinh e the wenekend'd fes. l d a- m"A Night t th ine Casino will ten Dr. W. P. Harman of Miami, wife expect to get for her obso- p, e o, Mtwsaues-w
tivlighting the weekend's fes- nt mals. m -h .i hold forth tomorrow night when Then too it is not avery day lete electrical equipment?" The IVC l lU rlI Clam Oe w. l I de eril-
Tevi oes wil be a sae sow e At I -3' p.m how tim will Lifelmers once again will have that a Club can welcome b c k answer he gave the Jast question U II w al 1 tiae or graphcl I es V sev-
Doors to the club will swtin o t ,wrth, 'aib r .. taking t l e h ppo.tunitc to 'clean up at one of its etunders At this meet- was "Equal or better." . edir viias: nm objective or
Doors to the cub ill swing o g. n i .l. .n ,'i chuck-luck. roulette. dice. poker1ing Matt 0Hearn who wa mnstru- Dailey said that the conversion Pntrgb tOmO WrrOw ata *et *art, i*s *ep ** a. a I
t.' S.ev.."b _._h il ee h"alar.' t lhaon and black ja k mental in tai tln the (ristobal- estimated $13.000.00. I I IIV i ,. traits, water celers,
SI min s agic calledd for the ncca.lon which honored gue.t ilar conversions already made at Elections for eu a ibien for ciss Two includes the art"
n 1e I nd.' h r will itPe the gaimbleis a "spin Matt was President of the C''is- Niagara and Los Angeles. Things the Santa Crus Civic Council 'erats'done in original designs in .
P Y E "B.ure' in t ihe prv, of M- for then hipts n one. tobal-Lolon (ln i 1924-25. He is like clocks, fans and refrigarat will be held teoorro. six categories: ceramics. textiles
St. ( K'llv. 7445 Aim U nit, F --- now a prominent Rotaeran n ors would be working on the new Residents are requested to wodcarving, metal, plastic, and
AMPLIFIERS C'dvat.n. ha- ap bnared in the Far Flood Relief Ball 'Washington. D current within three hours. Rec cooperate by flln oat ballots sculpturel' .
-".'e in England. Ea.at Hawaii, Alaska. Korea uindJ Panama i anal Post No 1 of; Other guests included Jerry ord players and washing machines, and dropping them in the iig s-to be understood that pro-
S* Panama and hihlSihts ii shw the American Legion is offering a might take two days and for a boxes that will be placed at fessiuoal standards ll be met,
with two specalties "'painless fine treat of dancing and enter- home workshop you should allow: the Santa Crus Servce Center with allwork original, done with-
.- ur'irer' and *the light b u I lotainment foi tw public. Sat. Nov. ... a week. and the.Gamboa Commissary. out the aid'*f photographs, repro-
-i-mamb." Nex week's meeting will e n ii "ductpns, or instruction
SAlso scheduled to appear is The event, the Posts "Flood honor of Panama's Independence fOISESiOES No ateas Will be. accepted, to
S"Silver Prince," the fire eater. Relief Ball." is being sponsored a P- Day and will be held oH Friday, BAKBRSFIitD, Vt. -(tJP) avoidfthe possibility of' work that
Silver' who is Pfc F r a n k to raise funds fr the store ra- Nov. 4 Rotarian Toti Estenoz The village smith here, 8tyear-oldn i no originall.
No 1Via Esaf I Bergstresser, Hq. & Hq. B'r y, aged Eastern seaboard states nd will be the speaker. n Al Boucher, figures he has shodh I ..qrder to make the sh
SNo. 1 Via Espa 903d AAA Bn., 's stationed at Fort communities of the United States. heg. e more than 50,000 horses'during.his qually repntseata ive of a
TeL 3-0383 tClayton and before entering the The evenings entertainment will Legion's Halloween 65 years at the forge.. ' siot work,.etch eatrant may "b
service toured with a continental consist of dancing, to the music Party Set For Sunday l:h &Cxe ith ely 1wo works i a iach ( K I M CHUM .in
SPanama Canal Post No. 1 of the i vr seven "' i class -e.
u 1 1 American Legion s spseu ring a Mrs. Otis Meyer, 'ehairnst of
"niRsHalloween Party,- Sunday in its .. t he-entries committee x ep ortsa
wonnsBalboa clubrooms. tTst all entries will be insure"
s e e h n t nThe party is for all children of gaoi damnage- from Nov, 4 Ah sTo3ASr
I ..Post No. 1 Legionnaires. M bert of' the Canal Zone A
Ga bHany prizes will be given at League and the Pen' Womnen may1 ,XA
Broomstick and t- flo right pm. i no'g*A hiding fee of'$3 is charged .
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Divorce Neo*rs .n. s.. 1) on mia --
were as plans for TV In the Baked Rie* and Cheese
Final Stages canal Zone? C Tasty Dish
The U.S. Armed Forces 1 the -G o --
BWY-Tom Oct. (UP)- Canal Zone answered a query y MR By GAYNOR MADDOX
The marrIage of Marilyn Monroe from the press in June to the Y MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE It is wholesome to accept this i NEA Food and Markets Editor .
and Joe DiMa o can be ended effect that the Commander in r...eality. It is healthy to teach Cli.fl
ffoal)y Monday, and the Chief Caribbean, Lt. Gen. W11- We.he .er soa was a small boy. dren to acknowledge our differ- The rice growers qf the United
/blonde star said today she has lim K. X arrison, ad reed to he started, to c no plasr for remarriage to aIy- a rueatfrbmt he Deartment And she, Imagmin herself very and authority by calling us "Moth- hand. Let's help ftem move their
ne. li euese f the e pfartentl noder, dYgh encouraged er" an "Father"-the titles of stocks of this prime food.
The Year ad a day1 walt r -eis tha Athe or lArme our true alaionshp to them. The Aricu<ural Research Serv-
th. e yernitd e wt re- r L.ateafter her divorce, s e ied
uired by Californiaorh a pesonne stationed a the Iae ound other ways to deny the age ent of Agriculture has prepared
1 turday. a s oknmhiater r iss The information received yes- her s yWhen gray appeared inwa pel c ese
com l ae d the woub d hd t y from thel on Dertmet Hro i o
iltitrdA y. *A s mnM for beg m e of l irW h* r his own ray avepIre me ps oe rice to hes l housewives use part
flnal piper here M dato be Detion s rovldes the cArl i int by getting it dyed.rShe learned Gro d t s their families' advantage. It in-
retu d to d filed her ith ts first nfo- how to spend an hour in faeiale ludes these two family recipes.
Calforni attorney. The filing nation that the recommend. make-up. She went in for "health l i ls h. .J
wil be the I step needed to tion has been approved afd foods" guaranteedto f o r es tha Jor0o n Uasl n a Baked Rice and Cheese .
obtain the final decree. what the plans are for install- middle-age. She cultivated a girl- s in ervigs)
Ear fried foY r divorce TV equipment and o mr- ish laughter with which to greet
Ta t fie drmeotdshe oper Catio. aben C omh- e ismsi of her sonnd j. CHESTERTON, Ind., Oct 28 Three cups cooked rice, 2 cups
lt year, ine month after he The Commander Chief admiring young male friends. t(U)-A bride who swapped hus- coarsely grated cheese, 2 table.
last ear, e months after she quest or television the Ca- He never made any f em al e bands with another woman is des- spoons finely chopped green pep-
reat hr wl "oldnea and al Zone wa in reply to a sur- fri"n So o latr an eal- perately trying o reach her for- per or pimento, 2 eggs, beaten;
tireant e he i "clns and vey being nade of all military thy girl hdi ow age gave up tr- mer spolus to tel hiem that wis 2 cups milk, 1 teaspoon, salt,
it Itrence. l installations outside the conti- .ing decide what he and Gertle 7-ye..rold daughter is dead it was cayenne pepper, to taste; cup
mental United States by the Do- wanted to be to one another-and reported here toay. bread cubes or coarse crumbs, 1
S apartment of Defense. walked out of their lives. The little girl's father, Richard tablespoon melted butter or mar-
Isn't the establishment of a Self respecting girls found they Johnson, 36, was believed in Cali- garine.
we 4 at -TV station In the Canal Zone couldn't tolerate the conufsions fona seeking work as a inter,. Arrange alternate layers of rice
416 D violation of existing Treatie created by a mother who didn't Johnson he ided West last Sat-
416 D toa rs between the S. and Pan want to be a mother urday by auto with his new wife, Jh E
arly NeXtU Year m-? They just couldn't put up with Margaret Holler Johnson, 36, and RUBBIN' r IN
Headquarters, Caribbean Com- the sound of that lilting, jealous, her four children. KALAMAZOO Mich- (UP) -
mand not aware of any con middle-aged voice saying. "What At the same time Johnson's for- Earl Hatfield entered the cake
.--Th '' O) Ict f lith the provisions of ex- you young people must seek are mer wife, Phyllis Johnson Heller, aking contest at the Kaamazoo
da.1 dSSr willbe drafted Istlng treaties between the Unit- finer things than sex and mar. 29, also headed for California in County Fair on a dare from his
Ia te r wim. l e er ly xteda. ed States and Panama which riage. Every religion teaches us, a separate ca with her new hus- wife He won first prize with a
o-tWas t he rto n +would result from the establih ou know, thatsex is a waste of band, John A. Heller, 36, and here oe ckand second prize with
a *r. r" m~e Canam t of an Armed Forces Tel- our creative energies... two children hitev s o d e
T ".H ..M..n.. ;lt ,aid 907 evislon Station in the Canal The woman who denied a g e The bizarre story of the mate- his devil's food cake.
ia e wnto. nal C to Zone. difference from her child destroy- swapping came to light when one
my CeAprl tad 119 dejt l an However, this Is a subject ed him. Today, he is an alcoholic, of the new Mrs. Heller's c h il-n
theDAtateDearatdment anddadeltiostshHn else.er i nftiornat Granit h ityim .
n. 3 to19 ft which is the responsibility of his creative energies wasted in dren, Karen, 7, died of a throat
T? r Otr^ tr' wt* h rqtheferSttallnte No, mtnh inrt thi oo else. I infection at Granite City, Il., on C E NTk A L
en.t, Qty rm thqeStion would bep more pnroperl No, I dTo not like our modish the auto trip West. i J j I I/Il
w hei el etiave b lrme wta dreferrsed bto e Unite StreI custom of encouraging children to Her first thought was to get
sked to2 su % i fsncins Embassy in Panama. call u by our first names. word to th child's father, John- R E A S E!
459 t sdte i ird I do not mean to imply that all son, that Karen had died. TUR A 3 .
aend 4 v id. tls.. sThm entered Harrison's request for televl- parents who encourage it ae it a r e At the Chesterton Tribune here THURSDAY 3rd.
lasc Aporl. *. srm_ taion for Armed Forces person- moved by G e r t i e's destructive- Where Johnson formerly worked, ..,.. ,
I ,. ..l .... o. e onel in the Canal Zone Is based ness. I mean that it's a senti- officials said they received a card
solely on the requirement to mental and unrealistic custom, from Johnson postmarked I ast
T lH ,-,u~tilizme the most efficient and In America, were all a little Sunday which said he was pass-
eI Wrl lbu l l economical -means available to too quick with other people's first ing through Oklahoma.
*o n st cou_ d I o further the mission of the unit- names.
(Conta ed frm Page 1) ed States Armed Forces in the It's pretty childish of us We do The Tribune said Arizona high-
Canal Zone. not make a friend out of an ac- way police were alerted to stop
aa ial co ctor t military' famls were quaintance by flapping him on the him but he apparently got through
earateW miae Corps it, jubctanor Mosut military f annoumil e back and calling him, "Bill, old the state and probably was in
eaz centerr miBrowave units, Jubilant about the TV announce- nden Is
toured the ountrv and-icked ment today. boy, old boy." Friends are not California by this time.
p live TV broadcasts and fed "The sooner the better," re- got that way. Our eagerness to Heller formerly operated an ad-
them into nearby television marked an enlied man. pretend they are is made of the vertising newspaper here and he
outlets. These untts also cov- "I don't think I'l get much same stuff as our eagerness for and his wife 'became fast friends
ered theadta m ivrs of West done after TV hits here," com- children to call us by our first of the Johnsons.
Point afets, microwaving riv- mented a houaewife names, On Aug. 15 both wives filed for
r crou s lWnd similar tacti- People who recently arrived No parent can be his c h i d's divorce on grounds of cruelty and
cal problems. from the States said it was the contemporary. It's sticky nonsense decrees were granted Oct. 18.
in a tcll situation, equiv "one thing" they sorely missed to 'pretend that we c. No mat. The n e x t day the couples
meant nori l available qi a p here. tar how you love your child, the switched partners and were mar-
en ing o cou ao A econo -mnded citizendifference in your ages ill tried min a double ceremony by a
be used to make a closedcircuiat remarked: ways make his needs dierent justice the peace
onth ntat elcommad s "It's one way of saving mon- from yours.' No matter .how I Then the new couples wound up
linkve ine, th tacticalcommandlove nethe block o time be- their affairs here and started out "
headquarters. But a cynic said: "I don't tWien us denies us intimiey on Satudlay to make new lives in .... .." .
This closed circuit, which think it will have too good an equal terms. California.
2'mld not be available to the effect, beha ke ids won't.,play "FRANK SINATRA, in
jorlty of viewers, would give outside anymore uld a
the commanding officer invalu- A happy mother' c luced:
able aid by Xr g cameras "It's a wonderful thing. It will
) winde roeas of destruction, ik@ 0oue i t he Sate astreets-
tnbeachheads ibc.. ting him a nd It's ao'e aul to ."
ready and i e is aceees to One gosfamir, ly 'i'tn h ought


Th ns o rel TV tnfinpe i,.eatingthe
ft. of ro p acl a lb Smetrnep rsddents of .De ai l pr one.



tively mall audiences, with dif- They felt they wan to wait
ferenta tii rinod aids. differen- until the Canal's new power con-
appderoaches and different de- version hits their twi. 'The i
of t of ersnnelco 60 ncentra- tper cent project what he ees anted to
tion. begin early in January.
Such training offcan ander s A televar son. tecmpared tcian who
been conducted on telev hison working here nt o what the erely
with the following advanta ges: majority of ets I the States are
1)fe The studentne assured of a constructed for 0 the 'cycles. An
"good seat" with a fine view of adaptation would have to be
the weapon and instructor; made for use often civiliancotm-
2) He neral comfortable, o n a the madequatesly rhefleted by voie.
room or gatolerinc c lae and Power tranormers would have. as
















times more effective than the well as hear. their comianderI
is Protected from the heat or to be changed from 60 to 25 cy-
weather;"ces, and he claimed this is, be-
3) since onlysee on given of train- ing done favor the States at a cost







Ing aids and well-establrtsisnhed fac t ditions.
much more time and money an however Chedidn't kw LAU HS. LOVE... AN THR LS COMEany
be used to Produce a training firms in Panma wm rat presOnt
chart of higber quality than the equipped to do this. "If they had
charts and diagrams now in use transformer,
elected from all available stt'ruc- Delamrtment of Defente program


B!iboa 4:30, 6:15 8:00
AIB-CONDITIO3
SRihard BASEBART
]i" PhylHs KIRK


DIASLO HTS. 6:15 7:45
0 Johnny WEISSMULLER
"JUNGLE MOON MEN"
Bt "CAPTAIN LIGirroo'.-


GAMBOA


7:00


"THE BLACK WIDOW"
Sat "CONQUESIT OF SPACE"
GATUN 7:01
p M W 1m UMTIEDOARTISTS "ULYSSES"
sat na amso ccuas" Pat. "ras ATOWc KID"


MAROARITA 1:15 8:N
OMickey ROONY
T ATOMIC KID"
Bafeer -McaCJZ"-


RISTOBAL 6:15 7:55
aIf-comltugmew
o Phil CAREY
SMUartlu KYIR
"Wyoming Renegades"
S.et "MTrU ImoEtm"


PARAIO 6:15 I7: LA BOCA 7:00
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in a grease baLe dish. (s oe sP) Make 2 cups).
r. Po ur.... orm 1c iOne pound ground beef, toPS Combine all ingredients Qemat
..er. ..t .. .. ,cooked rice, 1 egg,-, tblspoon t fat.or oil ad toato sauceM
mixture. Toss bradcbe chopped parsley 2 t Iespeons s ap. ape mixture. ito flat
.ed butter or marBarie chopped onion, 2 teaspoons salt, ekes and brown on both sides r
inkle ver top-..Bae at teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons the fat or oil in a fry pan and
Sminutes or until mixture cooking fat or ol, 2 cups tomato bake at 50 degrees F. (moderate
nd tod is lightly 'browAed. sauce or thin tomato soup (if a oven) 30 minutes, basting the
. to .. i can of condensed soup is used, cakes with the sauce or soup once
ice aand Beef Cakes enough water should be added to or.twice as they cook.


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Hollywood found some unique production problems
stemming from fictitious locale of Columbia Pictures' "SPE-
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release tomorrow at the LUX Theatre. Gay comedy of an
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let It rain, let it pour
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Every Friday and Saturday
midnite to 4:30 am.
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11:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.


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--Continued

Rod And Reel Club Refreshments will be served to
Enjoy Cocktails all groups.
| The Rod and Reel Club enjoyed
!cocktails last night at Hotel El Halloweer. Party
Panama. At Sacred Heart Hall
Prizep were awarded to the win- There w"il be a Halloween Par-'
ners in the club's recent contest. ty tonight at the Sacred Heart
-- Social Hall at Ancon from 6:30
SFormer Cristobal p.m. until 8 pm
)Couple Here on Visit There will he games, prizes
Mr and Mrs. M. C. O'Hearn. and refreshments. e 1
who formerly made their home in ---
Cristobal, are here for a visit Pedro Miguel
with Mr and Mrs. F ran k W ;Boat Club Actihities
Scott. There will be a Fish Fry at the If a clerk in a store is helpful,
The 0 Hearns now line in Wash-, Pedro Miguel Boat Club tomor- about showing you merchandise
ington, D. C. row night at 6.30 p m The cost that you later go back to buy, It
-- will be 50 cents each p e r a on is considerate to ask for the'
Margarita Recreational There will be a band present for same clerk so that he can ben-
Association Party dancing. efit from the sale.
The Margarita Recreational As- On Monday night The Pedro!
association will sponsor a Halloween Miguel Boat Club %will give a Hal-I When you are "Just looking, "
party for all Margarita children loween cnstume ball Admission ask the clerk's name or take one
,at the Maraiiita pla ~hed. .will be free to all these dressed of his cards when you leave the
The procranm fir children of'in costume Onlookers will be'store.
kindei.r:aten :e t h ro u g h the charged $1. per person.
sixth grade w ill begin at 3 p.m.
Prizes will he vi'en for the best
Halloween costume and the most
original in each age group. R E L E A S E
S A "Sni:k' dance frr the teen LEE
acers ,,ll hePin at 7.30 until 11:30 T A at t C NTRA "
p m %kith an orchestra playing TODAY at the "CENTRAL"
the m-
PrI 'ill hbe awarded for spot Fear and fascination in a masterpiece of suspense...
EVS "FEMALE ON THE BEACH"
PATT.AILLE. Pa. i-LUP--The SHOWS: 1:15 3:10 5:07 7:04 9:03 P. M.
T. .we 1 i H if h Schoil Band '
Mothers' (lub voted recently for a
name tIin ,- uld stick The organ-
ization is no\' the Band Aides.

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Joan Crawford, Jelf Char.ndler with Jan Sterling in
"FEMALE UN TlHE BEACH"... the story of a woman's
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NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (NEAl Little girl's clothEs, adapted from adult silhouettes with taste
and skill, have a bright look this fall. There are beautiful, practical cottons in fireman's red, tur-
ql.oi.e. ripe plum and green
I'nese colors are shown in both prints and woven patterns, in the jumper dress and in the
aroppeli-waist!lne silhouette. Some of the jumper arosee, have fastidious small blouses in white
Isn linen.
dmall student (leftP wears Celeste's jumper dr&es with long-torso effect achieved by use of
s;noiking. Jumper is pima broadcloth while Irish linen blouse has stitching that's color-matched
to the fireman's red of the dress.
Chocolate crown and butter-scotch beige are used (right) for dress with bodice of broadcloth
and pleated ruff of baby-check gingham. Whitd of tne collar is repeated In ocean-pearl buttons.
This i:-. by the same designer.

uthl llett U One of the greatest
her feel he couldn't get along with- advancements in
WISE HUSBAND MAKES WIFE out her will work and save without
REALIZE SHE IS IMPORTANT a hint of feeling sorry for herself,
becauseno matter how little she ni t F in
'*Lack of something to feel im- has she knows she is important to I11111t Fem inine
portant about is almost the great- at least one other human being.
est tragedy a man may have." A
man said that about men in iThe wife who feels her husband Hygiene
general. is proud of her isn't likely to let
But it goes for women, too. The her appearance go or overeat asI
man who understands that his wife compensotior, for feelings of infeIr
needs to feel important, and feeds priority. She ist oo busyt ring to ever discovered!
that need, saves himself a lot of live up to his pride in her.
rouble. The wife who is praised for what
The wife whose husband makes she does is a hard and tireless;
her feel needed and important worker, for she never gets to feel-:
doesn't have to, buy, things she ing "What's the use?"
doesn't need or even particularly
want just to impress other women The wife whose husband talks;
with her own importance. over business matters with her and,
The wife whose husband makes treats her like a full partner in
financial matters isn't extravagant 7
or careless about money or ever
tempted to cheat a little when she
telis him how much something
coat. She lves up to her positions
as ul partner.


The man Who can make his
wife fee important doesn't .need
to worry about another man's corn-
ing aloa and breaking u his
wbQm fl


DEBORAH KERR, in

THE END OF

THE AFFAIR


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NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UP).-
Arthur Godfrey today fired pe-
tite singer Lu Ann Simms, the
fourth member of his radio-TV
family to get the ax in three
days.
But for the first time In a se-
ries of dismissals that now have
seen a total of 20 "Little God-
freys" dropped in less than three
years, the action was not com-
pletely unexpected.
Miss Simms, 23-year-old for-
mer Rochester, N. Y., record shop
salesgirl, took a leave of absence
last spring to have a baby. Ever
since she gave birth to a daugh-
ter, Cynthia Lplgh, seven weeks
ago, it has been rumored that
she might be on the way out.
But her husband, song pub-
liUsher lorring Buzzell, iad tne
little singer was too upset to talk
when hlormed by the Colhrubia
Broadc4sting System that her
services- would be ended rns of
Dec. 2.
"It's k10nd of shock," Baesell
said. "hi took a leave of ab-
sence to.have a baby last spring
and4 has been on salary ever
sitkce, All she did was have a
baby.. the most natural thing in
the world."
True to- his practices, Godfrey
gave Miss Sums no prior notice
that II1o' li beaIm -.-
TV Us ams d N sent
flowers to her bedside when her
baby was born, but has not com-
municated with her since.
"We had no reason to feel that
anything was wrong. She still
has a contract with Columbia
records and will continue to re-
cord and probably make some
personal appearances," Buzzel'
said.
Miss Simms went on the God-
frey radio show In the spring of
1952 after placing first in o f
his Talent Scouts programs. In
December of the same year she
went on his Wednesday night
show as a regular member of his
*'fa'lly."
fie received a minimum salary
of 350 a week under her CBS
contract and was on regular sal-
ary during her maternity leave.
Only last Tuesday, Godfrey
swung the axe on three other
staff members, his right han5
man producer Larry Puck, mu-
sical conductor Jerry Bresler and
announcer George Bryan of the
Talent Scouts show.
A source close to the Godfrey
shows said, Puck had fallen Into
disfavor with the boss when he
announced his engagement to
dark haired singer Merlon Mar-
lowe whom Godfrey fired last
April. Puck married her in May.
Brealer, the source said, was fir-
ed for doing arrangements for


Miss Marlowe's nightclub ap-
pearances after she was fired.
No one could explain why God.
frey fired Bryan, an employee for
10 years.
Other "Little Godfreys" who
have been suddenly fired Include
singer Julius La Rosa, band lead-
er Archie Bleyer, Hawaiian sing-
er Haleloke, a male quartet call-
ed the Mariners, writers Ciarles
Horner, Charles Slocum and
Preston H. Mills, stage manager
Chet O'Brien, and the Chordet-
tea, a quartet of girls.
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Today, Friday, Oct. 28
F.M.
4:00-,Feature Review
4:30-What's Yqur Favorite (re-
quest--please phone *e-
fore 3:00)
5:30.-News
5:36-What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
8:00-Guest star (USID)
6:15s-BLU RIBBON SPORTS
6:30-Melacrino Musicale
6:46-Perry Como Show (VOA)
7:00--ORGANA I R 8 (Nestle's
Everready Cocoa)
7:15-Freddy Martin Show
7:30-JOurney Into Space
S (BBC)
8:00-NELSON EDDY'S PNT-
HOUNS PARTY (Sea-
gram V.O.)
:30--Collectors' corner
9:00-You Asked For It (re-
questa-please phone be-
7:30)
Z0:30-Musle By Roth
11:00-Music To Dream By
12:00-Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 2
AM.
6:00-Sign On The Alarm
Clock Club (requests..
please phone before 7:00)
7:10-Mornlng's Salon Concert
8:16-More About Biffer (BBC)
8:30.-Musical Reveille
9:00-News
9:15-The Christophers
9:30--As I See It
10:00-News
10:05-Off The Record (requests
-please phone before
8:30;
11:00-News
11:05-Off The Record (cont'd)
11:30-Meet The Entertainer
12:00-News
P.M.
13:05-Lunchtime Melodies
12:30--New Tune Time
1:00-News
1:15-Pigskin Parade
1:30-Wayne King Serenade
2:00-Instrumental Capers
2:15-Rhythm And Reason
2:30-Hillblly Hits
3:00-Concert On The Mall
3:30-Music For Saturday
4:00-Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite
(requests-please phone
before 3:00)
5:30-News
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00-Manhattan Melodies
(USAF)
6:15-BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
6:30-Flesta Time (VOA) "
6:45-Do It Yourself
7:00-ORGXA AIR8 (Nestle's
mEerready coebt
t:1S-lreddy Martn -how
7:30-To be announced
8:00-Paris star Time (RDF)
8:30-Life With The Lyons
(BBC)
9:00-Your Hit Parade
9:30-Ray's A Laugh (BBC)
10:00-Music From Hotel El
Panama
10:30-The Owl's Nest (requuts
-please phone during
the program)
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Contender In Mile Run


The Stud Miura's classy little chestnut Chilean
thoroughbred Mossadeq and the expensive English
hirse Empire Honey are s:lted to resume their feud
tomorrow at Juan Franco in the featured $650 Class
C one-mile race.


I r Other scheduled starters in
S the main event are Persian
" LCQuntess, Lexder, Hipocrates,
S" ostinovich and O.Avilingo. All
; ate a good chance except Lex-
|-?n anac Clvdihng6 wnica are
t :e to go off rak outsiders.
S: empire Hooey qualified for
s* wext Thursday's '1000 added
?Nov. 3 independence Day Classic
DF..Classic
:with ahnimpressive third place
S tnish last Sunday. Mossade
| d tough racing luck and was
'minated when his headstal!
-( pped midway through the
t ce, winding up a badly beaten
s lth. h, r
S 'Tn o rl meetings thus far,
MossagdS nd Empire Honey
have finished ahead of each
Aher lwiae. Mossadeq won two
Sthe races, Bmpire Honey one
and t 8nday's 6 Dlmination
ce tW their fourth encounter.
ustiung VirgllUo Castillo has
the lie up on Morsadeq on this
wocation. The Endara brothers'
bOtae wil tote 116 pounds as
compared to ,113 for Empire go-
ney which Will have Guillermo
SahchUe.ii the saddle. Luis 01-
raldo .has beep reportedly con-
tracted to gude the Stud Doha
S Mercel black horse in the big
race.
r Hipocrates, witch returned
from a one month layoff to
r whip Jaquimazon Postinovich
andl Persian COuntes in a bang-
up finihe. liat week, again rates
S a good chance this time. As
usual, Alejcndro "Calln. Yeaza
will beup on the Stud Chilriqui
star. Hipoerates has been as-
S signed 113 pounds also.
SStrong finishing Postiniovich
*- gets in under the feather of 105
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with 106 and Segundo Carvajal
will do the booting on Lexden at
ICe.
Ten other interesting races,
including a $500 "Special" for
imported non-winners, are In-
cluded on the program.

Halftime Exhibition

On Tap Dudng BHS,

J. C. Game Tonight
Special halftime entertain-
ment is in store for the fans this
Friday night at the B.H.S. vs.
Junior College football game.
For the first time this season
there will be a 10 minute exhi-
bition of football as played -in
the intramural leagues of Bal-
boa Junior and Senior Highs.
Two teams from the C League
will provide the personnel to
stage the contest and show lo-
cal football filberts how the
game of flag football is played.
It wasn't too many years past
that this was the type played
exclusively by all the local
schools, on both intramural and
interscholastic levels. With the
advent of tackle football during
the 1949 season, flag became the
sole property of intramural
football. The vast majority of
players greatly prefer flag foot-
ball tohe more widely known
touch, but they all consider it a
second cousin to the game of
tackle.
Come half time Friday night
any and all who so desire will
have the opportunity to see the
Cornhuskers, capta i n e d by
Johnny "Mo" Morris, and the
Buckeyes, under the. leadership
of Bob '"uzzy" Rathgeber, play
a 10 minute game. Morris' odt-
fit is the leading team in the C
League and the Buckeyes are
running a close second.
Probable starting lineups:


Conhuakers Position Buckeyes
Bob Lau E Gary Parman
Jay Buellamy Henry Schmidt
Jeff Hare C Fred Roe
J. Morris e, Q B. Rathgeber c
Jerry Crawford H Ed Gallagher
Bill Wilkinson Bob Adams
Reserves: Cornhusk e r s -
Leonard Brockman, Bob Walker,
Ken Major. Buckeyes Jim
Moore.


Operation

Bullfighting

Starting next Sunday at 2
p.m. Jos6 Lopez, "Morenito de
Cadiz" will instruct all fans in
the art of bullfighting. This
operation, free of charges is
sponsored by La Pefia Taurina
"El Redondel."
Those who are interested,
need only to be at La Macare-
na bullring at the appointed
date and time and receive
their lessons. All material,'
such as capes and muletas,
will be furnished by the spon-
sors.
Future matadors, be there!
You will enjoy it!


Ten Fights On Tap

In Final 'Smoker'

At Albrook Tonight
A schedule of 10 fights will be
staged at Albrook Air Force
Base tonight, in the final Pana-
ma Area Armed Forces "Smok-
er." Starting time is 7:30 p.m.
In Hangar No. 3. Refreshment
proceeds will go to benefit the
American Korean Foundation.
Referees will be Lou Seigllani
and Al Guidet, while the judges
will be F. H. Dippo, Stan Adams
and Roland Wingo. The timer
will be Joe Smith and the
knockdown timer, Lloyd Thom-
as. Milton Moore will announce
the fights.
The card:
Rosa Lopes (Clayton) vs An-
drew Buffaloe (Kobbe).
Lester Christian (Albrook' vs
Delbert Brigham (A.A.).
Ursel Rhea (Albrook) vs-Ger-
ald Frazier (Kobbe).
Henry Fisher (Albrook) vs
Walter Stephaney (Kobbe).
Joe Brack (Albrook) vs Ron-
ald Adams (A.A.).
Alphonso Clark (Clayton) vs
John Zeigler (A.A.).
Malcolm Wright (Albrook) vs
Joe Tucker (A.A.).
James Williams (Albrook) vs
James Norris (Kobbe).
Roscoe Wiseman (Albrook) vs
Loyal Moore (Kobbe).
Sylvester Higgins (A.A.) vs
Phillip Bujak (Kobbe).

Fastlich League

To Hold Meeting


A meeting for the election of
officers for the ensuing year
will be held next Wednesday
(Nov. 2) at 7 p.m. at the Jew-
ish Welfare Board-UtSO HOme
on La Boca Road.
The public is cordially in-
vited to this meeting and a
large turnout is expected.


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Tiger Rags


By TREVOR SIMONS
Only two games remain on
the 1955 Interscholastic football
schedule and in less than two
weeks it'll be all over until next
year. The Bulldogs need but one
more win, or even a tie, in their
next two games to be declared
champions and are odds-on fa-
vorites to do just that.
Cristobal must hope against
hope for a pair of Balboa losses
'to bring the Gold Coast their
first lone championship since
the Inauguration of tackle foot-
ball on the Isthmus. They have
once shared that honor with
Balboa.
Junior College, game and will-
ing, .but Inadequate In reserve
power, has taken, the count of
10. They meet BX.-8. at Balboa
tonight and the only thing the
I oll orders can hoe to
gain from a victory is the pres-
tige of defeating the mighty
Bulldogs.
And now, with te eaon fast
fading from the see e a.
tention of all the coaches wl
soon be directed on their selec-!
tions for an "All Canal Zone"
team.
The Tigers from Cristobal al-
ready have two spots firmly tied
down, for all who followed the
local High SchoOl football
schedule this year could hardly
deny Charlie Fears and Kaiser
Bazan, backbones of the C.H.S.
eleven this year, as choices for
guard and fullback respectively.


Fears' performance has been
superb and It has been a few
years since the Isthmus has
seen the likes of a driving back
like Bazan. Milton Grover, 154
pound tackle for Cristobal, Is In
the running for that spot, but
he will be getting -some stiff
competition from Robert Con-
nor and Harold Sorell from Bal-
boa. .j
J.C.'s brightest All-C.Z. pros-
pect, Bill McKeown, has been
sidelined since the Jamboree
and therefore will not even be
considered in the voting, but
from the small squad of J.C.
players, Lambert Mantovani's
near-perfect passing and bril-
liant running should, even now,
assure him the quarterback po-
sition on the "dream team."
The selections of a pair of
halfbacks will probably remain
on the Pacific Side with Balboa's
Ken Wheeler already sure of
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land,, Dan Winklosky and Don
Ryter are all in the scrap for
the other HB. The only other
position on the All-C.Z. team
that seems well assured is Cur-
tis Jeffries' end. .
Beyond that there will be a
mad scramble to fill In the oth-
er vacant spots for the annual
selection of a coach's dream.
Of course, there is Cristobal's
center, Luke Palumbo, whose
fine 1955 play was climaxed by
a touchdown run against Junior
College 10 days ago and whose
main competition comes from
Balboa's Jay Clemmens and
J.C.'s Zimmerman. The one
play In which Palumbo's alert-
ness earned a tie ball game for
Crtobal, may give this gridder
a slight edge over his two other
competitors.
But these opinions of an All-
Canal Zone team are exclusively
my own; and while I fully I l-
ture n
and that my opinFons will ha
no bearing on the ultimate sel-
ection, I do believe that the
players mentioned in this story
have performed cred itably
enough to be in the thick of the-
fight. And besides, "Tiger Rags"
had been silent for a few days
and I thought the subject dis-
cussed would be an interestingt
one at this time.


The Jr. College,

Crying Towel


During the weeks just previ-
ous to the Football Jamboree the
Junior College was confident
that it had the team that could
chase all others out of any local
stadium.
This team is listed below:
LE Curtis Jefferies
LT John Thomas
LG Calvin Fishbough
C Joseph Vowell
RG John Riley
RT Alfonso Blackall
RE Michael Zimmerman
RH Lambert Mantovani
FB William Maloney
QB William McKeown
LH Richard Johnson
However, due to injuries to
key personnel this group of fine
athletes never took the field as
a unit. Two of its most experi-
enced members, William Mc-
iKeownd and Richard Johnson,
were sidelined for the season
with ankle injuries.
On a squad as shallow as the
J.C. outfit key positions must be
filled by shifting less talented
players to the positions vacated
by the injured. Players shifted
to new positions must, in turn,
be replaced by even greener
boys from the meager reserves.
Thus, the Junior College line-
up for tonight's game with Bal-
boa High School will be:
LE Curtis Jefferies
LT John Thomas
LG Calvin Fishbough
C Joseph Vowell
RG Stephen Herring
RT John Riley
RE Michael Zimmerman
[SH William Maloney
LH Lambert Mantovani
PB Alfonso Blackall
QB Reginald Hayden
It is believed in some quarters
that the first listed team would
enter a game versus Balboa Huh
School as a two touchdown --
vorite. In the case of 3.C.'s Uri-
ent eleven against the Bulg
tonight It is felt by many t
the J.C. team should be on of
terms with their opponent pro.-
vided they can muster sufflenM
r eerv estengsth


. J


ffith Dies

WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 (UP)
-- A bereaved baseball v. d to-
day mourned the death of one
of the last of its elder states-
men Clark Griffith, owner-
president of the Washington
Senators and co-founder of the
American League.


Death came quietly to the
85-year-old Griffith. His person
al physician, Dr. George A.
Resta, said the beloved "Old
Fox" of baseball died in
sleep at 9:40 p.m. last night.
Whiteoe Hm prensecretary
James C. Haperty said in
Denver that Pl m ent Eisen-
hower, a longi time friend of
Griffith, was aware of his ill-
ness bt was not told im-
mediately of his death. Com-
ment by the President, who is
reupiratilnr from a heart dAt-
tack, was expected today.
Baseball Commisloner ,Ford
Frick spoke for the baseball
world when he said: 'I am very
deeply, shocked.. I have known
Griffith as -a friend, and as-
sociate for 30 year. He devoted
his life to baseball and made
many contributions to baseball.
Griffith's memory will live for
a long time among baseball peo-
ple.
Frick who is in Japan with
the touring Nfew York Yankees
expressed regret that he could
no' attend the funeral.
Griffith was honptalized
Oct. 19 for treatment of
neuritis. Three days later he
was stricken with a iossive
stomach hemorrhage. Then
he developed lung congestion
and doctors feared he was
near death.
But he rallied, only to suffer
a relapseand die.
Griffith's death removed from
the active baseball scene the
last of the game's great big
league pioneers. It marked the
end of an era and a fabulous
career that was dedicated com-
pletely to the national past-
time.
He devoted 69 of his nearly
86 years to baseball as
pitcher, manager, owner and
unofficial "goodwill ambassador"
for the game.
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1-Choya; .J. Jmenez 104x-Za'iy speed enly 204
I1-Doflt eatria L. italdo 110 -L .ng ote.r. 3-1
3-Almlar R. Gamero 110 -Rates good--cance 3-1
4-Dixie Z Pita G. 1i0x--Sh6wing Improye ment 151
5wAlo Alo F. 1Godoy "i-6t rea4'y yet 3-l
6--rey Juan A. Men* 115 -tould score in upset 15-1
7--Bi. M. iurley 115 -.Will win soon eve
8-( ml d ,. A r 110 -Aportedly sharp now even
9-Armadot R. Crti it11s -4aually close up --V
10-Don Dani) Gastell 104 ear speed
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1-7anglo ) L. ,Giatdo 110 -Serious effort here
so: I B. Agulrre 110 ---angerous ths tim.e
3-W:Stranger V1 astUilb 110 .Uld go al the way
4-A. Fuimar U- Yasa 107 -Rates g od chance
5-. W o Gaste 10 t against these
6-LOt 0 Trouble H. Ruli 106 -early speed only
7-40W Fancy A. b 110 -Must go ler.
8-0. Wonder R. Gamero 100(-.orm ipdicateas


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1-Willaba A. ReyVes.R. Mx-Ran well in last
2-Golden Pick J. Caogan 108 -3 rates chance here
3-Don Pltin Ortega 106 -cr recent races
4-=N reida R. Oameto 108 -Daso s contender
5-Muftco V. CasWo 120 -Cou et up here
6--irena J. C 1arto 12 -Latcks early speed
7-Prot6n A. VAsque 114 -Usually close up
4th Race "F" NieV 6% Fg.Pre $27500 Pol Cleo
QUINIELA

1-Rabiblanco L. Giraldo 118 -Nothingito recomnend
2-La Nadc6n A. Reyes R. 97x-Racung to best form
.-Maon Fighter H. Ruli 115 -Last was revealing
4-rpboria M. Ycasa 116 -Horse beat here
S-C poanita 0. de Le6n lOSx-Im Sov lowly ,
-k --Aland D. Barret. 115x-D c suits style
7--,olden' Pan R. amero 110 -Disappointed in last
8.-Thin TTin R. G6mes 113 -Was never better


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1-Don Poo" A. VaLdvia 113 -Rates good, chance 3S1
2--College.irl R. G6mes 110 -Rider only handicap 2-1
8-Lady Dancer V. Ortega 118 -4hould be close up 51
4-Asegurada A. Inrique, 118 -Good in short races 4-1
5-Don Pastor ., Ruis 113 -No. 1 contender 2-1
6-Lady Edna B. Aguirre 113 -Should win. again
th Race "H-2" ImI ted-% Fp. Punrse $400.00 Pool Clem :35
FIRST RACE OF THE W IOUBL

$1-. 1Blade n B. Au.We 115 -RA wellIn last'.
2--Fesla M. 113 -Improving steadily 2-1
S-Qulla "a' C. Ch've 10x-Could score in upset 10
4--AMuhess G. Momtero lOSx-Poor race last tume 15-1
.,-4iMf L. lraldo 110 -Back in top form eve
R 4a3ro 10. -Jockey. houd be- 84-1
:T--Ito 110 -Bely mismedb 1fast 31
8-(BriA A. V e 11 -Returns in good shape 2-1 1
. Ib .. S 110 -Coud help entorymate ..
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1-Palrlyable B. B3Aa 101x-Distance handicaps
2-Lady Martha .-Pita 112x-,Returns from layoff
3-R.Scndalo 8. Carvalal 102x-Must go lower,
4-Gaucha J. PhlUlos 109 -Could score again
5-(Grande Dame H. Rtut 108 -Usully close up
6-(Scythl K. Flores 115 -Dangerous this time
7-D. Maiden) Plores 115 -Way down in class
8-La Enea) R. CrIlistn 115 -Could help entrymate
9--Cruzada ) B. Aguirre 115 -Racing to best form


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2--Lneroa
3-eRal Bliss
5--Saluatio
7-Marianina
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R. Cristlin 115 -Post position helps
B. Agure 118 -Dangerous in mud
J. Phillips 107 --Isinand-outer
M. Hurley 115 -Despite short distance
K. ors 113 -Looked good in last
0. de La 6I100x-Lightweht could help
E. Ortega 110 --ot against these
J. JimAesz 108x-CoUld score here -


SANDMAN Carl (Bobo) 01-
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North Avenue Beach in.a darly
morning workout. The H-awau-
'ian-Portuguese Swede depends
the middleweight cha mploship
against Sugar Ray Robinson at
the Chicago Stadium, Die. 9.


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L. Oirado 110 -Prefers muddy going
a. anehez 115 --Could score ag~in
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M. Ycu 115 -No.' Iiefotender
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TAlshn Named United Press 'Manager- Of- Yea


WINNERS AND RUNNERSUP of the recent PWGA Amateur Championship Tournament played
at the Panama Golf Club are seen with their trophies. Trophies were awarded last week at
the Rodman Gclf Club. Top row, left to right, first flight winner, Peg Porter; champion and
medalist, Penny Daniell; second flight winner, Jane Wilson; bottom row, left /to right, first
flight flight runnerup, Liz Hadley; championship runnerup, Katherine Purdy; second flight
runnerup, Pat Waring.
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Effective Monday, Oct. 31,
Gatun swimming pool hours will
be 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sun-
day through Friday. Saturday
hours will remain 1:00 p.m. to
9:00 p.m. until further notice.
Beginners classes for Gatun
children are held on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from
3:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Along The Fairways
PANAMA WOMAN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION
The day was hot, the course
in good condition and a goodly
number of golfers turned out
last Saturday for the PWGA
meet at ARomman.
Liz Hadley, with a net 65, took
low net honors. Liz had straight
bogies on the back nine so she
worked hard for her prize.
Low gross honors were shared
by Penny Daniell and Irene Rob-
inson-both gals had 84's.
Other low net winners were:
Mary Bucoll 70, Viola Pablick
70, Ethel Peranti 71, Pat War-
ing 72, Ann Todd 72, Bea Fish
72. Jan ODpeland 73, 'dlth Ma-
thison 713, Jane Wilson 73, Fran-
cis Twomey 74, Marlene David-
er"1]l: 4rdy7 and B."Dfer
7n.i 14 M *" g D 'on, K th
Evqne wen tall out to make
our tournament a success The
Rodman Club donated two linen
scarfs and one tablecloth; Jack
Schor donated a bottle of Scotch
and the National Distillers do-
nated two bottles of Agewood
and one bottle of rum. (It's a
good thing these last prizes were
presented after the tournament
and not before or we would nev-
er have made it up the moun-
tain). The donations were very
welcome and appreciated by all.


The next PWGA tournament
will be at the Fort Amador Golf
Course on Nov. 19. This one will
be.for the President's Cup so
make arrangements to be there.
Nominations will also be made
for the 1956 President. A com-
mittee has been appointed but
nominations from the floor will
be in order.
LADIES DAY AT FT. DAVIS


Due to c
their conti
girls could
day Wedne
came made
Ruby Kr
with a low
colo took s
net 66.
A new v.
now Mambo


- Beginners classes for out-of- Peggy Port
S town children are held on Mon- on docked
day, Wednesday and Friday blind bogey
' from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. On the 0
Intermediate, swimmers and who went
I advanced swimming claues are whor thet
held on Tuesday from 3:00 to wonderful
5:00 p.m. for all children eligi- a nd even e
ble for those groups. prizes. You
missed out.
The ladies swimming class next time.
meets on Wednesday and Fri-
day from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 -_, _
o'clock noon. For those Inter-
ested in joining this group, the i
class consists of a short period
of calisthenics, teaching of the
non-swimmer, improvement of
the swimmer, and a visit over
a cup of coffee. The only charge V90.
in the price of admission.
SThe gymnasium is open onD
Saturday mornings from 9:00
a.m. until 12:00 noon.
This program is made possible"
through efforts of the Divio
of Schools.


UkBORAH KERR
VAN JOHNSON, in

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circumstancess beyond
rol several of the
n't show up for ladies
sday, but those who
; a good showing.
uger took first prize
gross of 87. Mary Bu-
econd prize with low
visitor and a possible
er was on hand, Mrs.
er.
et for next week is a
y tournament.
other side, the girls
to Rodman Saturday
VGA tournament had
il time, a luncheon
=me back with some
g-irls who didn't go
Try to make it the


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They'll love the rich "fresh frui"
flavor. Four big servings from
each packoo. When you shop-
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Panama Al Brown's Remains


Reinterred At R.P. Cemetery

The remains of former world of the only world champion the
bantamweight champion Pana- Republic has ever known.
ma Al Brown, which were sched- The Municipal District of
uled to be reinterred yesterday, Panama donated a marble
were buried at the Amador monument on which are In-
Cemetery this morning. scribed the word*, "Alfonso
The overnight delay came a- Teofilo Brown-1902-1951.,"
bout when cemetery attendants Brown became world 118-
ran into difficulty after open- pound king in 1927 in New York,
Ing the shipping casket at and later fought in many U.S.
graveMide late yesterday. cities, Cuba, Canada and Europe.
Arrangements had been He died penniless, of tubercu-
made to bury the bones of the loss, and arrangements to have
former champ who died and his body shipped to Panama
was buried in New York in were made by a former Panama
1951. However, at the ceme- Boxing Commission and the Co-
tery, it was found that the Ion Boxing Commission.
casket contained a whole body, -
evidently embalmed, and in a [
,,statS. ~.-mut pexect pre -J L
vaaon.SedU i Sh orts
Plans to procure a full-sized pr Sh r t
coffin could not be made last _
night, so it was decided to corn- SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct.
plete the burial this morning-. 9--TTI *(UP)i A fed ..e i .. h


u-r a i cueai juuge as
set the trial date for a $500,000
breach of contract suit by a
Honolulu manager against world
middleweight champion Bobo
Olson and his manager.
Judge George Harris set the
trial date for December fifth in
San Francisco. V
Olson and his manager, Sid
Flaherty, were sued by Her-
bert Campos who claims he
signed a contract with Olson
in Honolulu in July 1949. He
says the contract gave him
"sole and exclusive" manager-
ial powers for 10 years and
one-third of Olson's net earn-
ings.
Campos has asked the court
to award him $500,000-half
from Olson and half from Fla-


Eleven To Startomo


In World's Richest Race
CAMDEN, New Jersey, Oct. 28 "Happy New Year." l runs in the Trenton HIandjeu
-(UP)-A field of 11 now is ex- Elsewhere in racing, Alfred at Garden State w* fr ,
pected for Saturday's running Vanderbilt has accepted an in- Saturydy. .
of the world's richest race. vitation to race "Social Outcas" There already are nine can-,
If all 11 start in the Garden in the Washington Internatlon- tenders from silxnations j tead "
State Stakes, the purse will gro&s al next month at Laurel. How- in the International. Traffic
$280,370. ever, Vanderbilt says he'll make Judge" .and "Duke's. Lea" at
There is a possibility that as a final decision after his horse the early American entrants.
many as 14 two-year-olds may -_--
go in the mile and odne-sixteenth
event. The handlers of "Nan's
Mink," "Eastgate," and "Singer
still are uncertain if their hors-
es will be ready by post-time.
The Florida-bred "Needles" ia
listed as the early favorite. But
rated nearly even with him are
"Career Boy," "Nail," "Gun
Shot," and "Bold Bazooka."
Other entries are "Polly's Jet,"
"Espea," "Prince John," "Call
Me Lucky," "Lawless," and

Paraiso Sports'


Mayo Smith Of Phils


Is Runnerup In Voting


NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UP) -- The Brooklyn
Dodgers-who walked off with everything else in
baseball-have had their boss named National
League manager of the year by the United Press.
The Brooklyn Dodgers who won 20 games.
walked off with everything else Looking ahead, Alston says-
In baseball have had their "I have a few ideas, about
boss named National League strengthening the Dodgers, but
manager of the year by the I'm'bpposed to trading just for
United Press. the sake of trading." Alston
Manager Walter Alston re- adds he and Bavasi have dis-
ceived the votes of 36 of the 54 cussed some possible trades. But
baseball writers participating. Walt says he is willUne to stnd
Mayo Smith of Phillies rAceived pat unless, as he puts it "we
13 votes.. .Birdie Tebbetts of the can arrange something to better
Redlegs and Leo Durocher two the team."
apiece...and Fred Haney of the
Pirates, one. Elsewhere, the Cuban Win-
Brooklyn vice president "Buz- ter League expects to take in
zy" Bavasi says "That's the one million dollars this year.
finest news I've heard since we The League already has taken
won the World Series."' in one quarter of a million
Bavasl was chiefly responsible through advance ticket sales
for bringing Alston up through and the sale of radio and tel-
the Dodger farmd system to evislon rights. And officials
Brooklyn. say this will be the greatest
Alston says "team spirit and season yet.
ed-operation of all 25 players" New enthusiasm has been
was responsible for his selee- whipped up by the presence of
tion. The manager adds--"It's 13 Cubans who played in the
quite an honor, but they're major leagues last season. Also,
the guys that did it." there are several American ma-
Alston calls co-operation the jor leaguers on the Cuban ros-
key to overcoming personnel ters. And a close race is expect-
trouble that plagued several ed in the four-team league.
other teams. He did) not men- Nearly 18,000 fans turned out
tion his squabble with veteran for the opener. Since then at-
star Jackie Robinson, nor his tendance has averaged nearly
fining of Don Newcombe, who nine-thousand a game.


Tennis promoter Jack Kramer
expects to find out today if Aus-
tralian Lew Hoad will sign with
his world-wide tennis troupe.
However, Kramer believes the
young Davis Cup star will turn
down his offer ofabout $56,000.
FOOTBALL
A United Press mid-season
survey shows an over-all boost
of slightly more than five per
cent in college football attend-
ance. The survey shows attend-
ance has increased everywhere SETS UP RITZY PERON EXILE-Maria Corm wa glamor.
except in the East and the Mid- ous, tennis-playing friend of Juan Pwon is s e j ious
lands. The biggest gains were in villa in ZuriCh, Switzerland, for the deposed jctator.
the Rocky Mountain and South- She is backed by his "exile" fortune. The 5-year t
west areas Barmed with Peron' s power of attorney. Peren is relr toA S ave a
FOOTBALL sum estimated at between KO Da6,000 nd ,000 and 3 _O. yarious
FOOTBAbanks in Switzerland. Miss Weiss i picturdlin.ulire,
Two teams in the National where she competed in the Pan-American Gaums tennis malabs.
Football League haye bolstered. .
Russ Carrocclo, a 235-pound- TEETH LOSE
er, signed as a free agent with
the Philadelphia Eagles. He SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP)O .
started the season with the New Charles Simmes of Preble made a W
York Giants. The Cleveland bet that he could lift a 250-pound
Browns signed linebacker Pete weight with his teeth. The weight
Perini. Perini, recently released didn't budge, but something else
by the Chicago Bears, will re- did. Four of Simmes' teeth were
place the injured Sam Palumbo. pulled,.
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A large crowd followed Brown's
body from Santa Ana Church to
the cemetery yesterday at 5
p.m. The remains had been ly-
ing in state at the church since
Wednesday afternoon.
Persons attending the fu-
neral included Brown's only
survivors in Panama, his
brother Claudius Brown and
sister Fermina Brown, both
residents of Colon.


Mayors Miguel Angel Ordonez.
and Jose Dominador Baz:n, of
Panama and Colon; members of
the Panama Boxing Commis-
sion; Jorge Gregoire of the Co-
lon Boxing Commission; boxing
commission doctors; boxers,
promoters, newspapermen, and
the general public, formed part
of the long procession that ac-
companied the body of the late
boxing hero to its last resting
place.
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By UNITED PRESS
BOXING
The International Boxing Club
has filled the November Fourth
Chicago date left vacant when
Ray Robinson sprained an ankle.
Middleweights George John-
son of Trenton, New Jersey, and
Bobby Boyd of Chicago have
signed for the November Fourth
bout. Bobo Olson was to have
defended his middleweight title
against Robinson but the bout
was postponed until December
Ninth.
TENNIS


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Table Tennis Tourney


Finals Set Tomorrow
-- a -
Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. the fl- Kodak, Josef Grossman S.A., A-
nal playoffs of tle fourth Isth- badi Hermanos, Mr. Boston
mian Table Tennis Tourney at Shoes, Ricardo, Morrisons, Nove-
the USO-JWB Armed Forces dades California, Julio G. Da-
Service center and the crown- vid, Felix B. Maduro, Foto Wolf,
Ing of the lthmian table .ten- Casa Linda, Cla. Toussieh S.A.,
nis champion, Isthmian worn- O.K. Amigo, Hotel El Panama,
en's champion and doubles El Economico, Libreria Preciado,
champions will be held. Joyeria Hawaii, Btesh 52, George
Present at the closing session Maduro and La Mascota.
of the successful tournament A cordial Invitation is extend-
which has been played four ed to the military personnel and
nights weekly-for two weeks, their families, and to the public
will be Lt. Coli Arden L. Ben-both of the canal Zone arid the
nett, Chief, Special Services; Republic of Panama to attend
United States Army Caribbean, the final evening of the lath-
Lt: Cdr. George King, District mian Table Tennis Tournament.
Special Services Officer, 15th Tile USO-JWB, Armed Forces
Naval District and Mr. .avid service Center i a Re4 weather
DeCastro, chairman of the USo- Agency Of the Canal zone C-m-
JW" Cdlftilttee of Odbage.- i 11 te. St- k
ment. plyo ... MUitar St sle s (B-a )
Thursday's playoffsere hard St-ff vs. V. Rowan-
fought and exciting matches to J.. Stafford 15:21, 19:21, 23:21,
determine "the, .players for the 21:11, 21:10.
finals tomorrow night. Civilian Dougla
Lt. Johnny Stafford of Albrook Marshall-S. Lindo vs. F. Dur-I
Air Force Base Is the military ham-H. McKail-H. McKaIll-F.
singles champion of the Isth- Durham 21:6, 21:9.
rmus, winning-over I. V. Rowan Civilian Doubles (semifinals) I
of Coco Solo and will compete A. Joseph R. Scales vs. S. Hall-
for the Isthmian champion He H. Johnson-S. Hall-H. Johnson
will be the recipient of a dinner 21:17, 21:16, 21:14.
for two, with the compliments H. McKall-F. Durham vs. G.
of the Hotel El Panama. Grannum-L. Moreno-G. Gran-
num-L. Moreno 16:21, 21:13,
The civilian doubles semi-fl- 21:12, 21:8.
nals were won by S. Hall--. Civilian Singles (semifinals)
Johnson and G. Grannum-L. G. Grannum vs. S. Hall--0.
Moreno. The semi-finals in the Grannum 17:21, 21:14, 21:18,
civilian singles bracket saw 5:21, 21:16.
George Grannum defeat Stanley H. McKail vs. A. Joseph A.
Hall in a close and competitive Joseph 21:5, 21:15, 21:12.
match. Grannum is the holder
of the Isthmian Championship S i* 3
for three consecutive years, and T Imm i
is the Table Tennis Champion |
of Panama.
A thrilling match is exvnected GATUN POOL NOTES


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num, for the third year, since
the inception of the tournament
display their skill for civillail
champion of the Isthmus. Jo
seph won over H. McKail.
The last evening of the tour
nament promises some top ta
ble tennis playing.
Prizes, which have been do-
rated by merchants of Panama
will be awarded to the winner
In the various brackets. Donor
of the.prizes are:. Joyeria Tahi
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hUENOS Ae SnmeOcnt.o Pr UP) "Let the people know the truth and the country is sale" Abraham Lincoln.
dent Ej uardo Lonardi today be-
gan rebudding the Peron-shatter-
ed finances of Argentmina despite I 31st YEAR PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955 FV CENTS
the threat of a nationwide gener- ,
al strike.
To help pull the nation out of
the economic crisis c a u s ed by
hat Lonardi said was the "irre.
a nsibility and corruption" o
te Juan D. Peron regime, t h e Th ree oe ste r
government established a single
foreign exchange rate.
The strike threat boiled up
from the bitter struggle for
control of the powerful Confed-
eratiom of Labor (C.G.T.) be-CANAI, ZONE CUR SCOUTS p
taprqad atOer-R ussiarnecurityanct ran taCUBSCOTSrailing with fVaga at recentoutg.Thecqbasoats
twnbor lead anti-Pernist an important part of the Boy courts of America, one ol the 13 oartripatl agencies in t
There we reports that labor GENEVA, Switzerland, Oct. 28 aggression. union of the two parts of Germs- into the core of the primary East. Year's Caial Zone Community Chest.
minister Lu N Cerrutti offered (UP) The Big Three offered Ii, Promises of assistance in the ny. West deadlock with the offer de- (U.S. Army Photo)
his resignation to Lonardi at aRussia a security pact with A- eent of attack on a member of Aftei introductory r e in a r k s signed to lessen any legitimate
special meeting In the presiden-. merican backing and a buffer the security pact nations, were concluded at the opening Soviet fears of a rearmed Ger- I
trial offices in wht the C. G. T. zone across Europe today in a The sources said the pact would session yesterday, Dulles plunged many and $o force tre basic is-
strike ultimatum was discussed. big push to win all-German elec- come into effect step by step with immediately into the key issue. sue of whether East and West 4
itions and unity next year. the final measures falling into Dulles told Molotov the gua. Germany can be reunited by dem-
A general strike most certain-1 Soviet foreign minister V .M. place only after German untica- rantees should "permit proceed- ocratic election processes. P r .r
ly would worsen the state of the: Molotov blocked publication fo tion and the entry of a free Ger.: ing promptly to achieve the re- Pinay, acting as chairman, set L r
Argentine economy, which Lonar-, the Western plan at the open- many into NATO. unification of East and West the tone by warning that here 0 I Ca Zn B I L
di bluntly told Argentines was the Ing session of the "acid test" There was little optimism that Germany now long overdue. can be no "further progress" in EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the boa Stadium last ebru
most disastrous in its history. Geneva conference yesterday the Soviets would buy this plan The Western Allies had planned easing the cold war unless there EDITOR'SNOTE: Ths is the boa tadiureme lanterest Febrry outstanding results in the Cu
with a wily stall aimed at steal.. now, but it was a plan for the to present their formal "peace is agreement on German Unity fourth in the Red Feather Extreme interest has been cout program.
In line with the recommenda- ing some of its thunder r. He -long haul." package" at the opening session. and European security. Series" depicting the activities shown In the otean-to-ocean I The training of parents and
tions of a special economic advis- readied a rival plan to plump The West took the position at But Molotov .ook the floor for an Dulles announced tt h a t the of the Canal Zone Communl- Caynco Race, the Las truces leaders is a primary responsi-
er. the government announced a don himself the start of the Big Four foreign hour and delayed the plan. West would have proposals to ty Chest). Trail hikes and the newly estab- rblity of the Canal Zone Coun-
new single foreign exchange rate But French foreign minister An- ministers conference that the goal Molntov agreed with the West- make not only on European se" lshed Puma Island Explorer cil 801, Boy Scouts of America
of 18 pesos to the dollar. tome Pinay succeeded in getting of unity and security must be ern premise that European secur-! curity and German unity, but The largest registration and weekend campsite in Gatun Nine courses in leader and par-
the plan on the conference table reached if there is to be any fur- it and Ge r man reunification Ialso on disarmament and in- wides scope of activities in his- Lake. The Cayuco races have at- t orientation have already
The peso's valuation r a n g ed before he sped home to face a er the aing of the cold war under might be brought about slowly, creased East-West contacts tory for the Canal Zone Boy traced nation-wide interest n been conducted this year and
from five to 14 to the dollar un- confidence wote. And the o tph er.the **spirit of Geneva." by stages But he warned against That was the agenda laid out Scouts Council Is one more bold the States. plans are underway to increase
der the Peron regime depending Western ministers planned to put Dues proposed that the gua- any settlement under which "il- by the chiefs of state. reason why civilians and mill- A popular council nd district- his number n the near future
country of the produce involved, meets at 4 p.m. rantees against aggression could itarism would in fact be resur. Dulles said, "We have all a- tary personnel are being urged wide activity program, called the The council exists for t-ie
countryf thpd o m t a t l im be the bridge that could bring reacted throughout Germany." greed that Germany should be to help the Canal Zone Com- 4-Arc Award Program, is in op- purpose o e sponsoring
Finance e minister Alizon Garcia to n ited States is prelaed the East and West together on u- The Wst plunged immediately reunified by free elections. Yet munitv Chest attain Its goal of eration Through this incentive ntitutions, providing g a ro-
said that 80.000,000 nesos were to join in assurances related ao -o achieve German reunification $35,000 this year. program, hundreds of parents gram for their bos. he prn
lost through the artificial multi- German unit, which wall pr e- at this stage requires t h a t we One of the 13 organizations and friends of Scouts have ac- nel of the council are made tp
pie exchange rates of the Peron elude any revival of G nHAheh l onierm a nt d h Community Chest quiredmabetter concept of the in t o ive
euime. militarism, United Sta es secretary h P e p r
reieAmhai,,UitdSatsscrt-will not impair our security, for financial support, the Boy true meaning and value of these institutions. B. I. Ever'ton
He said a real free currency ry of state John Foster Duile i 1 M I 0 U "Recognizg this necesst Scouts show an increased me- Scouting.oci
market will be created in which told the other ministers. nited States is prepared to join beshp over lstincrears enroll- Courts of Honor and Bridges uthun Preside Co
the pesor will be quoted according The West planned to pin He Men in on aturd assurances related to account ure. In addition to the of Honor have been staged r- Hal W Lalaw, U.S.A
meetings on the explain for German nee kowars d refuse a play s female Sad Saks so, the legimae t erests of ev- 158 Cubs, Boy Scouts, and E- ularly to accord for anem oma relonelogi John


unity and Western secut includ- less a negate r i ez reeceeved us Sad Sak will bee at tha eryone concerned. e awarded berdor USA Camping and
OPENS WEDNESDAY 1) Free All Germn eleton Manaur on whch the four miisorers must Canal Zone Boy Scouts are making excellent progress, with Chairman; L. B. Burnha
Community 195 to establirms to Gergypt than un- sadak e hreeb a Comprounge-allGhers Sad Saks try to put into prsactice the prst- one tows ad o military re-ebyScoutsa local existing ind Explorers. Leadership Training Chairman
2) Rentouhed off th e use tol chiefs of government at the sum- o f Balboa is so nsored by Aier- Smaira t er Badges Chairman; Walter Lne. .Colcasur
crisis. en tskedewled wit tha Acconting Division He Men (?ir t conference Geneva i a t ican Legion t sc o t No. 1 of the field of higher advanceme Ounci Treasurer; Russell


othe fntier betwen aor uited GECNEA ACONI OFC-DV ON FAU T Texas Jones, Camp El Volcan Director
I Germ nn bthe Ea es GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE-DIVISION OF AUDITS iWe must recognize," he said. A total of 4200 boy-days were f l Will Price, Council Comm
S Germany aOn eekowars cud refuze ta playtsrere ate Sad aks sothe "leg timate intcoiderablests of ev- Th ent droll ment figure for tof have been earned and awarded ber C


'this area would bte s "thnea c out n "Lucy Boy" Bowen, Mpl igr. Comptrollereeved Sad Saks bwill bee a t that we he c on e a e soner. G
eand ek two separate radar warn William A. Calaflura, Mngr. GAO Ghoul taken by the r ster. powEse ang n in Chirqul brovtn1iy' kad. NEW O AhO (oP) da e.
networks establl ckhed. The atSou yn fuets by the Ueion of Socialist viet ditlon. Scouts ad tqorers Thq Fate r Auiai today oe h a m n Ds. i
or asrcpes Lucky Boy Bowen rold Macmillan stated thes." held a Camporee and Scndez- issued eaT advisory to hoist sma women work together for the
OPENSnWEDNESDAY! eto)Freek And th erman eenth Ean anaJur"onewhth the fouor mnistersomust"sp Cn alsorediBcloallexgeRungbnicIs.


in t heir introductory remarks in vous at Gatun where they dii- craft warnings from Brownville, training and benefit of Canal


er.: network.Wi Reference s made to your challenge of the world renowned th reen and gold council room u r stated the camping ability Tex., o Morgan City. Zone boys
I4) A promise to withhold as- GAO Ghouls to a softball game to be played on Saturday, October of the Paiais des Nations, both which they had learned on nu- The advisory ordered warnings The goal of this year's Canal
sistac) Renunomatiem of tehe use of ecmiefs of government at the sum-mof Barbou Is sp insored by Amer- Smali craft Warned Z C m ty Ches






Tbe P eit heb force inr seeury pact. In n a pat conference in Geneva aat'" Leglon PostNO. 1 of the in ss n o ot
In the interest of fair p t imperative that members o lan called the Presi-both sides July. Canal Zone. n the Bal- mles an hour late today ember 14
of the frontier tan Free united GENERALm b require to trtl observe the following rules o "We must re dent the e,"acknoAtotwledged leaderof 4200 by-days were
SGermany and the East. Forces nuctheeae it ps spent during the summer of 1055







S1. They must reroto at thn from usine Coun profane, vile, or abusive heart attack, said the British a
S2.Their conduct at all timer must be gentlemanly and above t regret in every part of the 00 2: K45
this area would be "thFUved 3. Tey ust abi n a e visions of the unlipires, men chosen EtV who sat flanked by Seh- O s L L A V

Slfor their wisdom and hrir lor experience however much retary of Defense Charles E. Wil- Chirqui nI ,- p.m.
by the Uhion of they may ac the acut of vision so necessary n forays son and assistant secretary of -
SNE Yparticipate in the 28 UP- Western this kind. Noor are they to cast asperions on the goodstae Livinsamporee and advisory to hon Merchant waited
eSnw rk n Smo dess Frdatoday goWes t the Ea b name of thcse gentler.ane nor question their legitimacy of until Pmay and Macmillan had e rat
Welcome in this city after a birth ended their remarks. otrtd th p abilityTe.,toMoranCa.Z
UA 4) A prk of blindse to withhorid fo and 4 They must eil from expectorating on our players, this Then he presented the Westernh which they had learned on nu- The advisory ordered warnings
sistanc e from the members f 29, 1955, must artly fllowing be observed b those members of your plan to Molotov. mgt
Igrodathps who undertook an act dreds of dhteam who customarily el nce. Iisew tobacco.ped that yourmt onfrn Pridnt i-
asthma suffers to hospitals 5. They must ref.an from oling our players.
Two Naval lieutenants were .They must refrain from making lewd rofand se, vile, or abusive r of the West -t the summit." Hise-



killed when their car rammed marks or embarrass in any way those members of our attack, said the
IInto an oil truck last Saturday team whose .a sttrdiplomat, "was a causeveness to often invites such abuse.



-- SPECTACE n n an o t pe h t n a el tirm un must be gentlemanly b nind o t r g rp
so sdied.i sm thaethi cn atr ot note atr s c fthe..
3. mua"dfntl ao n a ttibra ya laecnsions of the untpires, men choseneyalltrr who sat flatkedhly oreofr: P. M4.N




tead COLORa lct since last Fridayhe becoming act vbe o so n and assistant secretary ofth


so thick spots that cars had teams Deiaton they to casting asprea of ns on the field therefore WSHINTON Oct 28 UP
thrnon.obdugho sections musbe ket arh a b r tme m.istaumThehoAmgorie nenen a sma l wd
InoPR O D IGA L A ors BobtYooungo hr b iegimna nor uPheirletyayr h aMa oa a d
I X week of blinding, acrid fog and 4. They mus t frm expectorating on our players, thisT he.n he prste th Wes.tern






tokbe convBo ed g. They must ren on from iostlin u l ma n-h nd o meac eaTher hcarintged drone panesE
ofth suferitybythSate .otPolice.o o b lq thos ebeso yourm
S 5. They must ref.a'n from o-ling our players.
killedwhenamarks or embarrtssmna cn any was those members1iPlane


Ator obir Younc g as S di tteam whose n .ai s tt ct e rs whilveness to often inv t es such e, ai e. s in an or t.
LO... CALH taizn dense fog and two other per- 7. m The must don Fd ,roler uniform It must be borne in mind hed fro a. catapu"t,"the
MIE I SPECTACJLES L sons died. Doctors said ola 7. thatthis limate does.; not arenilt heavv attire silne sueh, can fUIy2[m ho.


Sw-' I ct e to b hotnehr reattireas may caue ne at irostra t on. Whielea more comfor-t eane rtor o a eh r
nnnP rIkT..Ifaac perrongrdayp. heths able scants uniform .T. onus, a prostration another l p tm, f o.me.
....11 edon h'sTao Boked Wilt e ehs- tehe it o if a e ton ahmou r sthel eser of two evils. y rt herm st i ts o tonpc-
aLdA TURONE WIl Isnce last Friday. becoman quaf, te teat m miste mehaa,e been made available to both! t to
!so thick In spots that cars badl teams i" e .at nc, te waving area of the field therefore WA I dTON ,tOch.t28......

t. b Tee c onet ed to tr, oetara coleAladtt bare minimum. a s T haropas.mnveded a small photo
tlOfihe citv by State Police. m a tiomestceas tu Frod aotlin, o a tcameraa-carryig"one .angfly 8 phIe
spkemal that concens oth l istosa y o der the bleacher dats are enemd l territory totures at alti
AcAE AdtionrwasgobYodutw lls to pura ..gi atrs ol noth teams while the game is bnerhotigraphs inlany soarfew hun
TAM El-tLid LIIJL m.N i~etedn to be hospia~~ed for r While members or ni.r.e r tm have graciously consented to bear T'
S T the cost ofa easonawe amount of aber liquld that Your team either tu l photos or motion ple-
LANA TURNER With Influenza et c quaffp the teabr thmot br remided that a pope-linre has not tures S A s expected to provide
been connected to t.',e Destilaoryrup ar o lonae, S.A. and that as b Ltoroop commander combat photos
'tMUgIlwhiOL eWOOD. Oct. 28 r UPk consequences there s P ;eari to the supply. gon lpri the a pes fom of E K,
fActor Robert Young was hasp-o During the course nr the b ame. ol.k layers while In the field. L umncess t roan e an d wthult, te
LOUIS CALHERN talBzed today w.Th Influenza. sma at times cease tu oe d callIn order to watch the running s to manfli.
AVOIDu DALTONr.-nas a lng[panii-on-1112 fee


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