The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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"Le the people know the truth and the country is safe' Abraham Lincon.



General Counsel For AFL

To Watch Ship Suit vs. PC

A member of the American
Federation of Labor legal staff
has been assigned as an "obser-
er" to court proceedings involy-
ins the $27.,000 suit filed a-
gainst the Canal Co. by 12
emship lines, it was learned
The local chapter of the Cen-
tral Labor Union-Metal Trades
council of the AFL requested
the legal help be assigned "to
protect the Iterests of AW
members on the Isthmus."
A labor spokesman said today
that the General counsel of the
AFL, j. Albert WoE, ba been
"They will to on had to -e
if there Is any trend In the
proceeding w hia might be a
threat to the wellbeing of ut
members a the Zone," be

A letter from CLUMTC re-
questing the legal assistance
was sent tO th# AFL by Walter
Wagner, local president, and the
assurance that the union will
send ja Observer was received
here fibm Prseident Meany.
In explanation President Wag-
ner wrote Mlany as follows:
"Our members are of the opin-
ion that certain actions and de-
lcisons might transpire during
hearing which would effect
u oadve t
"We therefore ask that some
A Eng- member of the AFL legal staff
rgS ar" be assigned to the suit to pro-
L. GO1#4a5" tet the intawMtf na ta.D. at aLL


TV Technician

From Signal Corps

Arrives Tomorrow
Laverne Stelter, a civilian
engineer for military televi-
sion Is expected to arrive on
the Isthmus tomorrowmorning
to begin a pre-Installation sur-
Stelter, who Is employed by
by the U. S. Armn Signal Corps
will survey the kind and loca-
tion of equipment to be used to
set u.p the television station re-
centy annouenced by the mili-
tary in the Canal Zone.

Lmonard Enter

Hospital For NMinor

Medical Treatment

BUENOS A I RES, Argentina,
Oct. 31-(UP)-It was announe-
ed today that Presideht Eduar-
do Lonardi had entered a sana-
torium for "minor m e d ical
An official announcement said
Lonardi entered Otamendi San-
itorium In the fashionable
northern district of Buenos Ai-
res at 9:30 a.m. Sunday and was
examined three times during the
The announcement said:
"By order of the private secre-
tariat of the nation's preddency
we make the following an-



Navy Flying Boat Hits

Breakwater Taking Off;

SOne Ciewman Survives

TROUBLE SOTS--Newsmap locates area where Israeli forces
wiped out an Egypt'an outpost. Israel announced it made the
foray in retaliation for an Egyptian attack at Nitzam in the
100-squazc-mle El Auja demilitarized zone.

Western Allies Ponder

Israel's Arms Requests

GENEVA, Oct. 31 (UP).- The shadowed Europe and the main
three western allies agreed at a conference sessions.
conference today to "consider Secretary of-Btate John Faster
sympathetically" Israeli requests Dulles, British Foreign Secretary
for defensive arms, authoritative Harold Macmillan and French
western sources aid. Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay
But the source said the Unit- metro In mid-morning.
ed- States, Brtan and' France :

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A Navy flying boat crashed into the Culor breakwater while taking ,ff from
Solo this morning and seven of the eight-man crew are missing.
The plane was a twin-c::gined Martin Mariner, of Patrol Squadron 34, bha
Coc.o Solo.
Names of the missing men are being withheld pending notification of th
of kin. The name and condition of the survivor was not available at press time.
The Mariner was taking off on a routine local flight at 10:45 a.m. Shire $
ers report that when it reached about 15 feet it faltered as if one engine had fEi
The plane lost height, but attempted to continue flying or the remaining e
Unable to regain altitude, it hit the breakwater, burst into flames, and son
Patrol Squadron 34 is commanded by Cdr. J. P. Alley.
A Navy board of investigation was appointed immediately 6fter the crash,
went straight to the spot.
Navy divers went swiftly to work at the ciosh site.

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S s another case where the
a of of the A. of on the
XpnT wll receive the beefit
ofte best leq.l talent axilabl.
It was recalled thsi 0-
nItty tA Court of CIm re-u.
dered fa decision In, favor o1 .2
aW. of 4, memberwbswe holiday
pay own handJsd W the W-
tai s f wo fv Wol, b lh
W ft for the Ameth Fldea-
tion o Labor.

Chrer sS

Who Shot NavyMn

Plugs Panma Boy

i.ted it -omP ceri.a The Panama National Guard
until th m t of Its 1 said today thy were nvestigat-
une. But.. er. -ment i Ing the shoong of a -year-
onfdently cted this week, old boy in a CForrerra billard
the source pool room by a National Guard
The authoritaete tsce tus t Aurelo Aromsena, who
gave theirs idae three years ago shot and, killed
vaabe to n athe three an Ameriean Navy employee.
weeks of r n S-. Arosemena yesterday shot Ar-
A _pala..e midnight eeho Olmedo Malverde in the
A t ontbepr eat er week- shoulder following an altersa-
end trysg Uat Uekfield, tion which developed when the
Inglan e acing icemann placed the youth un-
saerss irital .- er arrest for illegally playing
nouncemnt of Ment pooL Malvrme, who I' years
to Peter an- old, was taken to Santo Tomas
sounded this .w- .s Hospital wherb he is in fair con-
a" -wes tL dition today.
% -t the oSSti..iM t e the
amtf teut et Wt_ ~ a ence- The youth was in the company
meant to the clouy eBnntry of some friends at the pllar
house where tg*I t rpent Orquld in Chorrera when A e-
the weekend witbime hhan4- men walked in at about 8:45.
sme fler. A fight ensued between the tw
su. after the guardsman told Mal-
Margart. and Tdssend skp- verde that he was under arrest.
pod morning aht services Arosemens whipped out hi .38
yesterday and reaWined In coun- revolver and shotth imut.
ry seclusion behind an extra- It was recalled t t onf ne
ordinary security The red co e failed to merican, Louis M. Pace, a civl-
appear outside the Bussex estate lan employee of the Navy during
o their tost, Lord -.upert Nevlil, a barroom brawl in Chorrera.
where athey were An strolling Police headquarters at the time
hafd&b stm d sr*I the forsted said that Arosemna shot the 45-
meadow Sa turd. year-old American Ina "sf de-
Hundreds of c Britons f e" when Pace allegedly
jammed the roadt around the swung at him with a chair.
estate and the to nearby
churches in hopes. 4 seeing Mar- Three bullets were fired which
aret and vher fear-old d- killed the Amerin. At that tim
volrced mstr durither second police aid that Arosemena was
country rendeo this month under arrest, but he was released
The Ahbet .f Cfter It was ruled the shooting
But neither the princess nor was in self-defense.
Townsend appeared t the Holy
Cros lChur ch I Cn Uield or the d t
nearby village chuh of Frant. vreel
Itwasthe firth t In at least
six months that de has NASHVILLE. Tenn., Oct. 31
missed a Suny (UP) state Finance Commit-
The Archble of Canter- le. Atkhis has ordered
brri. leader of Church liquor dealers to take
KnEltend. once api wand advising customers
the church ea t uyrl checks an be
'RitIla. of th
Twl Jr-tf.' at luded this was net
"'" "-- "* #wprr'w plee for a worker to
t ..... e in nd ash hs p heek
a e'" ". fhial, fe- whwe f0 t- way bme.," At.

mroement ,the Lsidents
heal tea te t
heavy-werk hav entaitet
"His hcelleey the President
has decided ti complete bb
medical treata.m t during MG&O
ay and Tuesay and for that
reason ll audnces have bee
cancelled during those days.

179 Dal tsd i

In Die's Wake;

6,992 Were Inured
WASHINGTO1,:Oct. 21 (UP)-
urricane Diane and the floods
n her wake caused 179 deaths
and $457,674,044 in property
The Commerce Department re-
ported yesterday that the Aug-
ust storm also dealt major in-
juries to 6,992 peGoni and. de-
stroyed 813 homes.
The department said financial
communities In six northwestern
help tp individuals, business and
states probably totals close to
The American Red Cross esti-
mates that families and small
businesses in the Northeast have
received about $13,,000 from
Its disaster fund.
The small business adminis-
tration, under Its disaster loan
program, has made a total of
1,353 direct loans to individuals
and businesses, totaling $18,625,-
The Public Housing Adminis-
tration made available 450 units
of housing-trailers, opening in
existingprojects and temporary
atruct ure es-in Connecticut,
Rhode Island, Masachuetts and
New Jersey.

Newsman Rongel
Named Secretary
Of Foreign Office
Panama City attorney Carlos
Rangel was appointed Saturday
as secretary of the Ministry of
Foreign Relations to succeed
Carlos Arosemea, who resigned.
Rangel, an active newspaper-
man and colunit, served as
editor of the pamish-language
daily La Nacin about four years
ago. He has also served the Pan-
ama government as legal adviser
on social welfare and as Juge
of the Labor Court..
Aroseme. wthol ft
U& this Mbmm en a I
Beani teur, recently w ap-
wAnted s secretary of the pw
JPbrel UC Relaos 0981 heO d
ed b!r Dr. Rusn4o Aris.

20 at the de
tion .bo to lne up a S
front on the Middle U.eten
crasits and to align their straty
in the Bi Four Conterence It-
Athritative western spokes-
men Wd f they now are In "com.
platetagreement" on a three-i
point policy for the war-threat-
ened Middle ast.
This wams sald to com. rs:
1. "Sympathetic consideration-
of Israel's requests for "limited'*
quantletes of defensive weapons,
particularly anti-aircraft uns.
2. Avoidance of any Middle
Eastern arms race. There would
be no attempt to match big com.
munIt, arm sales to Egypt.
3. RKestatemnt of the May,
1950, triparti declaration which
provided for possible action IA
case of aggreson by either Is-
rael or the Arab State& But no
new security guarantees for Is-
rael Itself.

NWMsr auWhmne ;vmmnist
sub o' -am& E .gyp threaten-
ad 'wart, r and violated the
"epirt of Oieva."i a
Moetot listened Impassive.
ly to ba af them, informed

$nd Israeli Premier Moshe
anarett scheduled his showdown
testing with the Soviet foreign
'MiRster before returning home
tonight. He will also e Ma-e.
millan after trying to pin down
Molotov about the Red sale of
arms to Israel's Arab enemies.
Dulles saw both Molotov and
Sharett yesterday. Sharett told
newsmen when he left the lux.
curious Hotel Du Rhone after see-
Ing Dulles that Israel was seek-
ing arms to match those of Egypt
and a security guarantee.
The United States Intends
for the present to stand on the
three power guarantee of 19N
underwriting the franteih in

multa*eeusly, the West's the Middle East without offer
foreign ministers sought to hbg any additional guarantees.
smoke out new Soviet proposals Dulles came away from tthe
on German unity and Euro- meeting with the feeling that the
pean sa ity to ift the Big situation at least was not hope-
Four Conference out of its near less, the sources said.
But hope was running out that Molotov promised in the last
there would be much progress session to present new proposals
here toward putting back to- to the conference this afternoon
gether the split Reich. whach may switch the spotlight
The looming threat of new back to Europe. The West ex-
fighting between Arabs and Jews petted them to be new proposals
in the Middle East still over, for European security.

MAUrNiB LYING BOAT at Coon Solo. I wtas f lane of this t

Chlue Pedestrian Fulbrighlt Scholar

H By Oar May Freed From China

av Leg Ampulated After 4 Years
A laborer at the Chinese Oar- HONG KONG, Oct. 31 (UP) -
dens was accidentally struck by Harriet Mills of New York City,
a car while he was walking 1- who was arrested by the Chinese
cross Oaillard Highway late Sat- Communists more than four years
urday night. He was In serious ago was released today.
conaldton today at Gorgas Ho-
pital where he faces a possible Miss Mills, a Fulbright scholar,
leg amputation. looked pale when she crossed the
Police said the injured manborder. She was accompanied
Juan Hernandez, a 56-year-do to the British immigration office
Panamanian, was in an intoxa- by American Vice Consul Robert
cated condition when he crossed Aylwar
the road about 800 feet north of ..
Corzoml Laundry Road. Her first commentt on reaching
oo L ad. freedom was that she hoped to
Hernandes was in the south-o to New York immediately.
bound traffic lane when he wuas She aid she had been receiving
hit by the right front hood of a Red Cross packages regularly.
car which knocked him down on Miss Mills received several ca-
the road. Police said the driver bles from the United States today.
of the car an American lock She will stay with Dr. Henry
guard, Louis F. Harris, 48, was Little, a Presbyterian minister,
absolved of blame when law en- while in Hong Kong.
forcemezt officers they reported
the accident was caused by a Miss Mills said she was inform-
"careless pedestrian." ed Wednesday morning that she
Among other injuries, the pe- would be freed.
destrian was treated for cornm- The New York woman was to
pound fractures of tibia and fl- have been freed yesterday, ac-
brila of the right leg, which may cording to a Chinese Communist
require amputation. radio broadcast.

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Soldier Injured

As Car thus

Into 6alR Bdpil .i
One soldier was t
Jurea Saturda alternoa
the car in which he was
went out of control a.
Trans Isthmian igW --w
struck the concrete side of
tan bridge.
Th, injured man, p. .
Brown of K comn
fantry Regiment, a
admitted to Coe
for treatment of
Cp:. Eugene P.
drive of the ear, and
gers Pfc. Merlyn 0.
Pvt. Leo Slone, all of K
were uninjured. 1lt'

TUttBAY, NtagOv"l I ;

3:49 a.m.
4:21 p.m.

Husband-Shooting Blonde SociaI

Under Sedatives, Can't Be Quizzf

OYSTER BAY, N.Y. Oct. .31-
(UP) Beautiful socialite Mrs.
William Woodward Jr., was put
under sedatives in a hospital
today and her physician sa'd he
could not permit authorities to
question her at tbin time about
the fatal shooting of her mItPon-
aire husband.
William Woodward, Sr., th e.
5-viar-olM owner ot tkhe fa.
mouse rmeehorve Nashma, was
killed early yesterday by a
shotgun blast fired by his
blMnde alue-eyed wife.
She -aid she mist-,k him' for a
prowler who had mvl-d sIeir 30.
acre e.*ate near this 'asnhaahle
nortb iaTre Long islard imuni-
Sho-tly after the shI.tin. which.
oeesmeda few heiri after the
= WrAtnd frot a e Pr hein-
hs n DRA W I 1 oQW the
4&aMeNWiner theW
or the itted *lts.
man was i d to Doceti Wspi-
tsl N.w York c-. In a state
of shock.
Nassa Ceowty diehtet ter-
WVy Fran ass6.,t wh wgeS

tioned Mrs. Woodward briefly
yesterday and termed the shoot
Ing "accidental' but an "pe
case," has planned to ques&o
her further today. But her fan-
ly physician, Dr. John Prutting
said her condition would not
permit it, at least until tight.
Prutting examined her shortly
before 8:30a.m. and said her
condition "makes it impossible
for her to have visitors. He said
he would see her again this eve-
ning and would decide then
whether Gulotta could visit her.
"She has required an infusion
due to her inability to take foodm"
Prutting said. "However, she has
had considerable improvement
with administration of one of the,
new tranquilites (a sedative.)
Mrs. Woodward, 32, a Igmer.
ons socialitie blonde,
from Pittsburgh, Kans.. be
hysterical after shooting her bflak
er-sportsman husband but was a-
ble to ask a tlephione oerater to
esa poiee,

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Styvesant Plnnel, chief inApee- said. He said another doetor re- The Woodward 1
tor of Nassau County detectives, vived her so she could be ques- former is Nashua,
said Mrs. Woodward fired t w o toned. Swaps.t the Ket
blasts frbm a double-barrelled 12- Shortly after 3 p.m she was year e then eta
guage shotgun on the darkened removed from her home on a gsat de i at e
rst floor of their plush 12-room stretcher and taken away in a eular
three-story Long Island home at private ambulance. He face was herb e rnCTe in
2:09 a.m. One blast hit her bus- covered and her bod y was "l" ere ge
band, Pinnell said. swathed in blankets. are le"e gks__a,:
She thought at first the shado.- A nightwatchman who heard new0men._
wy figure she saw in the hall was the shots said he beards a worn- custody."
a prowler who has broken in t o ans voice screaming hysterically, e said. he
six homes in this welthy commu- "Oh help me oh help me. Some-istaff w.old
nity in the last week, Pinnel said. thing terrible has h a p p e n e d.'apprx fj]
He quoted her as adding, how- There's been an accident. Call the 0ed the
ever: police." ibyUn Mre, oleg
"Almost Immediately I rea. The watchnmaa said he saw Ia prl msint a
led It was my husband. I ran Woodwarts ande. bey ea the lcust Vat
to h and fell to the floor be- floor of a front bedronm. Duchess o W
Slde him." Mrs. Woodward was placed un- IteM sM J i
A nightwatchman told pol'ee he der the care of a doctor and her wbhea er1 .
aw Mrs. Woodward embrace the two young scot were take away sAe
PSr after screaming for help. by friends.
Me ad a pistol Woodward kept The boys wer awakeaed by
SWnodwards bedroom had not the shotgun blasts that kIills IIa
been removed from a bureau their father, heir to a bti e
fortune and master of the aMG
S the shooting. Mrs Wood- Belair stud race hor stable._
trd was so hysterical a doctor since the death of his father t
a1m hr a edative, Pinnell year ago,



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Stocks of the land except on the
Pacili coast. That will come next.

"All I Want Is To Ask If They're Running"

' lwan. Un ADVANCE 1.D50 o, By VICTOR RIESEL
MMM Tcia ,u a has nad toe nun-
".-- uinni. uouar maritime m-
dustry in convulsions for years -
H E* u."' ue ae.j u u uvon in one nead.
S h on, showdown ngnt wita tne moos.
S'ins woula De welcomed by toe
S- ---" White House, by guoernawional
the A is a --m Iuesm gr m om The Pa.m ANIMIS mansions, poucical leaders ana po-
e smeeivl gratefully amd u handled a wholly tnidmstial ace aeparments across the land.
Every port, every Dig lase city,
m" it eoMrite e latter don't be Inpetent if It doea't eppee the every community wia aocas ur
to y lers eM published in the order received. a Dig river ii uther woras, every
Se ak to p keep tf letter limited to one paeg length. secC.on of this country wul Do
lg$gti el Istew wran is held in stratest confidence. afected Dy tme snoweown coming
t i peGwr a noes m- resposiblly for staemats as eplimem next spring.
hle i "s e sm oderMn. jt wwa cume because the new
o AkL.-ClU as creating a special
SC Maritime Dept. witn neaaquarters
NWfMrAkN-FOR-COMPTROLLER CLUB in a three room suite inse tne
Wasaington AtL-LIU ouuding.
SUpon reading and pondering the recent Mall Box letter sign- This department so.u will D ghv-
by Newman-for-Comptroller Fan"... I said to myself, *Eureta! en juriawcLion v e r uniowing
6 last there has risen from amongst the ranks of us feeble committees now roaming up anu
weak spined Zonians, a man, tor a woman with convic- ouin our coasts and rvers and
S and foraight. around our lakes, signing up men
If the author will make that letter a motion, I shall feel ... s ueep enough
ed to second said motion. Wake up, Zonians. Lets all get to float a scow
the b adwagon, and back this "Newman For Canal Zone -. ...., afternoon, for ex-
S troAsr Resolution." ample, At L president George
SMr. Newman, as you are aware, you have long been a thorn teany again spoke to newsmta
Vt ae side of the Canal Zone Administration, since you first alter an au-day session of tue
rm d us with you presence. Start this movement along by the A L executive council. Interview.
act of pushing the plunger. Perhaps I best explain this ig Mr. ieany is a pleasure. You
tJe further. abc Diunt questions and you get
M author of the "Newman For Comptroller" has struck blunt answers. neres no lanfate.
zgebt. This letter should light the fuse. All that remains, no Lecanician sits at his siae to
u to explode the charge. Bang! like so. coach him. You know ne means
pressure to bear in the proper places affording us re- I .a.u no sbo..
d a complete cure from this dreaded disease "fanama inat afternoon we asked Mr.
Va.." This sickness has apparently afflicted the entire Meany who m little more tan
ut fice here, and evidently has brushed itself off onto many a month will leaa exactly 14,738,-
.iSr-halred boys. 000 .embers or tne new AL-
rare, Mr. Newman, a handful or so of closely associated ClU. wnetler he would support
ves who have in the past, and are still arrogating them- those AFL unions which wu try
lhreastrleted power in deciding which of them shall have .. u.ive'te cuntiuverstal iepen-
tDvision or Bureau to fiddle and fool around with. When aent International Longhore-
e, they nonchalantly RJ.. the employes sell the equip- mena Assn. (ILAL off the natio s
by bid of course) then farm out the work.terfronts. T AL expelled the
U -Dfl n out of the work looks wonderful on paper, but ILA back on racketeering
covers up all the bungling and monetary losses brought charges now made famlar by
th gneads' admministrative ability, newspapers, TV and Hollywood.
Srt, they'll tell you they are only conforming to must have been a difficult
Order number so and so. Actually they hope to keep days before, powerful scton
t a Penitentiary.dy ef easerflsci
lwman, when is the Panama Canal going to cease main- of te A Teamsters Unionhad
ov erstaffed corps of highly paid officials, who are un- signed mudepndent a ssistance
with or foresee the problems confronting the Pan- men. heindepe wan Meany an-
swered, he would have to antago-
ave a suspicion no! lets face the facts I know that nize someone.
are too many swivel chairs and pickup trucks on the Zone. but Meanj said that those AFL
upkeep of which. is slowly yet surely stranguling this engi- waterfront unions which contmue
.marvel. to the LA w have wha
S f ey has ever been the watchword of the General Ac- to fight the LA "will have what
i Oflce, bu~ wno the lUmitations? When need be let the them My position has not
,tq n.nomy fall where it is needed,but even Sadack cn tell c M ied."I
Sae is blunted from falling constantly in the same spot. This seemed to observers to
b r, "The administration of justice is the firmest pillar of ut.. & s strength against
t" Looilsh? Oeorte Wasbhngton didn't think so. the coalition of the independent
Why are the eight to fifteen thousand a year men Immune Longshoremen and the influential
comes to reducing the operational and payroll expense? eastern bloc of Teamsters.
IM s Chief could easily keep two perhaps three producing Those who know or have
an the job, thereby supporting some of the deadwood watched Meany know he never
Se h t en goes back on his pledged word.
ctive employs here faces stern measures when he therefore, he will feel im-
tNil p we N .Ae Qasgat i. oztlse.

job. e tel one lln.) We all sheotl in a final showdown.
a occurs when a ho u ofplaying cards has the Dynamo of this AFL bloc is
a sad removed n Paul Hall, a sort of.salty dockside
S aid, only r e an av th Panama Canal Mr. Daniel Webster who can cuss you
n, I believe you are that phenomenon. out or talk industrial economics
b -- A Charter Members of the Newman for three hours. In two or three
o". rl.through the jungle known as thee
.Jo New York waterfront. They will
1 \ have with them certain cards
p pledging the support of the sid ers
Sy ar oto the AFL Longshoremen's Uon.
-When enough of these signed
Scars are gathered, they will be
p ( 0 bundled up and sent on tc the
SNational Labor Relations Board
along with a request for a repre-
sentation election among the 25,-
000 now famous dockwallopers of
the great harbor. There is no doubt
that Hall and his colleagues will
C have the necessary signatures to
force a new election some time
before next September.
George Meany and the national
AFL-CIO headquarters will then
,throw their support to the AFL
Maritime bloc and will call on
all their affiliates to follow style.
ST- But the powerful group of Team-
-* sters unions east of the Mississip.
"*" /pi will be bpund by contract with
the old ILA to "be of mutual aid
and assistance, each to each oth-
SThis election is much like any
political campagnle. Both sidewi
'|S1Z I s ^ ped considerable mouy. Both
Co Iides will put hundreds of men into
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He has also recommended com-
panies doing business with his own
engineering firm for government
contracts; and has also hired,
architects to design public build-
ings on the say-so of GOP poli-
When he first was appointed by
President EisenhoWer to this key
spot in the General Services Ad-
ministration, Strobel did not want
to divorce himself from his firm,
Strobel and Salzman. In fact, he
refused to sign a standard foam
which states that he had no con-
flict of interest with any outside
hiuinarim firm

I am in a way sad, and in an- hot." Condon's dismissal of the couldn't beat, and Eddie has av- .* .
other way glad. that Mr. Edward French was classic. He said, Aim- eraged a botle-plus every da y Finally Lists His Firm
Condon touches his half-century in ply: for many, many years.
the middle of November, since "Look, do we go over there and His secret, I guess, is that he Finally his chief, GS Adminis-
Mr. Condon has been a friend of tell you guys how to jump on a ,eats. He eats when he arises, and trator Edward Mansure, practical-
mine for some several thousand grape?"' There was silence on the it is never less than a double sir- ly ordered him po sign. At this
years--it seems like-and through other side of the sea. loin with all the trim-tomatoes, point, Strobel submitted an amend-
aun I have met a great many potatoes, the lot. He is a drinker ed form, admitting his outside
people who have shortened my life landon is what is known as a who drinks for fun, not escape, business but pledging it would not
span considerably. In a word, if medical impossibility. Dick Geh- Eddie is married to a pretty c on flict with his government
Condon can make 50, there is still man once wrote a piece about him, schoolteacher named Phyllis, and duties.
hope for me. called "Portrait of the Artist-as a has several nice children, all of
In case you have not heard of Drinking Man," which makes the whom appear to be normal. He Despite this oath, be recom-
Eddie, he is a musician, or says exploits of John Barrymore, as a wears a neat bow tie and looks mended some of his firm's clients
he is, although I cannot remrnem- tippler seem infantile. Eddie has less than a clear-eyed thirty. And, to design the new -50,000,000 Cen-
ber ever hearing him play his survived a couple of operations I as I was saying, if he made it-so tral Intelligence Agency head.
chosen instrument, the guitar. He know of that even healthy people can I. Happy Zirthday, maestro. quarters. CIA and GSA are still
learned music from listening to
three sisters practice the scales
on the piano, and shortly there-
a k ip whiskey as a art Adams Under scrutiny
But in his last thirty odd sea-
soa Mr. Condon has core to- R DSON
stand pretty firmly alongside Louis Bt PETER EDSON
Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, the
late Bix Beiderbecke, the late Jelly o -
Roll Morton, and all the ones alive
today who ever played the Chi. WASHINGTON f-NEA)- The proval of the president. be run differed completely.
cago-New Orleans circuit, without powers of the assistant to the pres- President Eisenhower organized
wrtdown music ident, Ex-Gov. Sherman Adams of When Steelman took over, Jus- it like a military command, not
wr-tLown-msi...... ... .. .. ...

New Hampshire, in running the

Eddie had quite a famous book government during President Ei-
a while back, entitled "We Called senbower 's convalescence, are
It Music," which endeavored to coming under scrutiny in Washing-
explain what the boys thought they ton.
were playing when they looked off
the notes and rode high and hard. There is no law creating this
For many years now Condon as $20.000-a-year job. It just grew.
presided over a boite in Green-
wich Village, in New York, in Woodrow Wilson had his Colo-
which you are nearly always apt to nel House. Franklin D. Roosevelt
find the top protagonists doing had his Harry Hopkins. But they
something-eoplekelike Wild Bill were planners and fixers, not ad-
Davidson, Peewee Russell, Pea- ministrators.
nuts Hucko, George Brunis, and.
some time ago, Joe Sullivan who Roosevelt also had his staff of
had fingers like bananas, and who special assistants "with a passion
had to close his fist to avoid two for anonymity." But they were
octaves on the keyboard, 'only trouble shooters carrying out
I am told that from time to orders.
time Mr. Condon mounted the
bandstand with a guitar in his During the war, there was an
hand. and proceeded to show the actual "assistant president" of the
people what made him famous in United States. Congress created
Chicago and elsewhere, but when- the post in the Office of War Mo-
ever I was there he was always bilization and Reconversion-
standing at the bar tqaking-gen- OWMR.
rally, to me. He hd/a fantastic
turn of phrase, and is an excellent Its director was to run thi do.
writer as well, in the same vein. mestic economy. That relieved the
He kind of doubled back on him- President of his burden. It let him'
self when he was talking, so you concentrate on the international
had to listen closely, situation and running the war.
When I lived in the Village, Ed-
die would call me on the phone James F. Byrnes resigned from
and say: "I will meet you at the the Supreme Court to become first
numerical place at the rich peo- director of OWMR He was sue-
pie's dawn, and we will have our needed by the late Fred M. Vinson,
psyches half-soled." In ordinary
language, this meant: "Meet me then by John Snyder and Dr. John
the 21 Club at six p.m. and we'll R. Steelman, former head of the
have a drink." !Labor Conciliation Service.
His best gag, as ever T can re-
call, happened years before the The law gave the dinftor au-
last major war, when a heated thority to issue directives to Cabl.
discussion was going on between net officers and other government
'France and America concerning agency heads, even without the ap-
who was most expert in "Ie jazz

tices Vinson cautioned him that it
was the second-most powerful po-
sition in the nation and that its
authority should be used most
It was Steelman himself who rec-
ommended to President Truman
that the office should be abolished.
This was in December, 1946, some
months before the War Mobiliza-
tion Act expired.
President Truman thereupon ere
ated the new job of "the assistant
to the president" right out of his
hat. And he made Steelman it. He
was not elected o the office and
his appointment did not have to be
confirmed by the Senate.

Steelman met with the Cabinet,
but he sat at the foot of the table.
He had an understanding with
Truman that he would never be
given a political assignment.
He became a kind of glorified,
chief clerk. He was a screen, a
contact man, a coordinator, a car-
rier-out of orders and paperwork
After President Eisenhower was
elected and had named his first
assistant. Governor Adams came
to Washington for a couple of days
with Steelman. to see how the
White House operated. After in-
auguration, Steelman stayed on for
a ew weeks to help the new team
get started.
It became apparent at once how-
ever, that the Eisenhower and Tru-
man concepts of how the White
House staff and the job of the
assistant to the president were to

like a political office. Governor
Adams frequently came into the
Praxirato.'o office when conm s- B.

meanw Le, TJ HVouseDum itclary
Subcommittee, chairmanned by
Congressman Celler of Brooklyn
has looked into Strobel's cei, and
has plans to question him an some
interesting and important. persag-
alities with whom he has had
contacts. *
One is his claim that Attorney
General Brownell knew about his
on-te-side engineering business
and advised him that it did not
violate the conflict-of-interest stat-
ties. Brownell sponsored trobel
for his job in the Eisenhoer ad-
ministration. In the Talbott case,
Talbott asked Brownel's opinion
on his conflict of interest ad
Brownell re fused to give- an
Also it develops'that Joh Minor
Wisdom, No. 1 Republica kingpin
of Louisiana, picked the ;rtbitect
to design the new $11,0e06 post
office for New Orleans. The post
office building cpmes under Stro-
bel's jurisdiction and he is sup-
posed to pick the architect accord-
mg to merit. However, Wisdom
did the picking and was quite blunt
In asking at least one architect
how much he would contribute to
the Republican party out of the
$200,000 architect's fee paid for
designing the New Orleans post
office. Strobel took the Wisdom
Congressman CellUer wants to
probe this also. '
Note-strobel, born In Denmark
came to this country under the
name of Hansen, but changed his
name as a young man. He first
came to public attention: as the
chief structural engineer for the
1M9 New York World Fair.
Washington Whirm

men and other Important figures Republicans are bracing them-
called. With more political eper- selves for an "I won't ru' .state-
ence than the President, A msima t from President Eisenower.
became a number one political Tip-off came from White Mouse
White House figure.Aide Gabriel Hauge, who told a
private group: "We are trying to
Resentment against this scheme disengagte growth Eisenhower person
of thins has Duilt up in many isngom the Eisenhowerpe
places an Washington and around gram." Hauge also reported
tGe country. significantly that the stock market
Governo Adams is an exec- drop following ke's heart attack
tive, not a conciliator, was caused chiefly by the with-
There is no question of his in- srawal th t Euen fith
terty, his har work or his oay is pinned largely on Eisenhower's
ty to na chief. There is no ques- r ual leadership T. Cole-
tion that tne presidency entaus so p Andrew resig n a
many responsibtes that no man Andrew' resigtaion asthe
any response tes that man nations tax chief can be laid at
can du it. the door of Assistsnt President
The advantage of the Eisenow- Sherman Adams. Commissioner
er organization are obvious in the Adrews had a high.and-ith other
present emergency, where the attitude when dealing made with other
President is incapacitated. Some- department heads. e made the
Ske rol" mistake, however, of taking this
body has to keep the wheer attitude wih he powerful Adams.
ng. This same attitude also lost
Andrews the support of his spon-
But there is considerable feeling sor, Virginia's Sen. Harry Byrd.
developing in Washington that the Andrews sent Byrd a couple of
present setup is not the perfect brush-off letters In answer to
solution, routine queries.


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"Pop won a dofar bet on you from Mem .-Awhen
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41 tftfhtoW r

WASHIMWTON-A new conflict- 4isputing, however, whch agency
ofinterest ease si-milar to that should build the new headquarters.
which forced the resignation of This column has also -uncoVered
Harold Talbott as secretary of the evidence that other Strobel dur-
Air Force has come to the surface tomers have received GSA cdn.
in the Eienhower administrtalon./' racts.
It involves Peter Strobel, who
is in charge of the government's Strobel refused to submit a list
multimnillidollar buildings, in- of his engineering firm's e ta to
eluding the construction of new his superiors, so they could
buildings, care of old blddings, the names against gdva imot
and the $0,1M, 000 program of contracts, until this column's ex-
leasing land and buildings from pose at September 1. Alter that,
private individuals. Next to the however, he did so.
big dam and harbor contracts of
the Army engineers, the AEC and This column tried to cdnactl
the big contracts of the Defe Strobel before Publishintg
Department, he hands out- the I report. Failing to resaIN h
largest construction jobs in g- his secretary, his assistant, and
ernment. his immediate superior, Mr. Man.
Strobel, this column first re" version of the facts. Hepmrised
vealed on September 1, has been ward, Strobel bitterly complained
running an engineering consultant that he wasn't given a change to
firm on the side. This was what tell his side of the story; Again
Harold Talbott did when secretary this olum invited him bthby
of the Air Force. letter and telephone to giv his
version of the facts. He prdmsed
Since then more digging has to arrange an interview but neva
disclosed thai Strobel went further or did. Before today's coluin was
than Talbott. On one occasion be written, Strobel was invited a
actually approached the Army en- third time to comment. Hi see-
gneers and asked them to in-"retary phoned that he was too
crease the fee paid to his own busy and had to catch a train. It
personal firm. This was a contract was learned, however that he
et before he entered the govern- was in a rush to get to his New
ment, but he stormed into Army York home for the week end.
Engineer Headquarters and d-
manded $7,500 extra for Strobel Celler Investigates
and Salzman. He finally settled
for $3,000. .n. il.. n... T..JI--
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CLOWNING IN "CLOWN ALLEY"-Nine-yearrold Anne McCullough clowns it up with "Bllnko
the Clown" In these pictures taken In Dallas, Tex. Anne was visiting "clown alley" at Ringling
Brothers and'Barzlum & Bailey Circus when she got this lesson in clown make-up. In photo at left,
Anne and Blinko take the first step toward looking like a clown. In photo at right Anne sees the
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A GROUP OF PROMINENT businessmen from Fort.Worth and West Texas visited Panama last
Saturday In a 25 day air tour of Central and South America. The distinguished visitors held
conferences with the Industrial leaders, local businessemn and government officials and were
guests at several receptions. Among the visitors were the Mayor of Forth Worth, Dr. Jack Gar-
rison; the president of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Marving C. Nichols. and
the president of the Bankers Association of Fort Worth, Mr. Fred Korth. They are pictured
arriving at Tocumen Airport last Saturday aboard Panagra's luxurious Inter Americano DC-
7B. The group proceeded yesterday to Lima, Peru, and from there will continue to Santiago,
Buenos Aires. Montevideo, Sao Paulo, Rio and Caracas. tPhoto Panagra). (Mercurio)



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Billy Graham Sees
Spiritual Message
lIn Ike's Illness

NEW YORK, Oct. 31 (UP) -
Evangelist Billy Graham. sail-
Ing today for England. told re-
porters that President Eisen-
hower's heat attack may have
been a manifestation from God.
"It was a blow to the spirit-
ual health of the world because
Gen. Eisenhower, out of Geneva,
became a world symbol of peace
and strength." Graham said.
"But It may have been a mani-
festation from God to man. tell-
Ing men to get their eves off
man and God because ulti-
mately our hose for peace lies
in God and not man "
Graham will hold refliinus
meetings at Cambridge and Ox-
ford universities, but no public
Tn 1957. he said. he plans a
malor six-week revival meeting
In New York City,. probably at
Madison Square Garden.
"New Yorkers are starved for
religion he said. "There Is a
Preaterineed for religion In i'r-
ban centers than In rural Mlaces,
because urban distractions are
Greater. In 1957 New York will
be the most prayed-for apot In
the world."

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Missle Program McCarthy

BOSTON, Oct 31 (UP) Sen. opment and production of v ital 1
Joseph R. McCarthy said a s t'milit-kry weapons."
Sight that Communists in govern-1 "Nothing could be more danger-*
i nM probably are "sabotaging" ious than to rule out the possihbi
U.46.` development of'internation- lity that Communist agents have
Wal iMlistic missiles. infiltrated the uppermost echelons
TI~ Wisconsin Republican said in our defense establishment," he I
America is behind Russian de- said.
velfting the weapon which he; -
aid would be iecisite in the He charged that Dr. J. Robert
,~''West struggle. Oppenheimer, famed atomic sci-
" 'The guided misbde slow-down entist was *"primarily responsi-
must be investigated exhausti'e- ble" for delay in developing the
ly fd relentlessly un1Ii the cul- ;hdrogcn bomb. He said Oppen-
priM are uncovered, he said in l7eihier persuaded former Presi-r
a *eech prepared for ,in olga- dent Truman that the H bomb'
Snizhiodn known as friends of was inmoral."
Sen. McCarthy, Inc., at the Bos- Or.penheier's security clear-i
toq -Arena ance was revoked by the Atomic i
r nergy Commission last year, but:
S sa said slow progress on the the AEC did not challenge h i a
inrcontinental missile probably io\alty.
cold not be blamed in ;nter;orl I
U.5S. science or on "bureaucratic: McCtarthy said Oppenheimer Is
'buMling." now "the darling of the I e f t
I*I therefore find frighteningly win."
compelling the alternative that -When the liberals say that sa-
Coimmunist agents arc making botage of the new weapon is in-,
god on their assignment.' be conceivable," he continued, "my
a answer to them is that I consider
cCarthy said "available evi- such sabotage not only conceiv-
dece" indicates "that it is pos- able but likely because I recog-
it e that the- Soviet Union is nize the power and influence of
Wi in the race because well- the liberals.'
ed Communists in the U.
States government are put
t the brakes on our own mis- STILL ON DUTY
a program. TROY. N. Y. (UP) A- Earl
" ie declared that the Communist D. Baumback put one over on his
ueerground contains two kinds of former fire department buddies re-4
:ts: Spiqs to. steal secrets and cently. Baumback, a retired captain
"cnmmu'njst policy-subversion ex- heard a neighbor shout "fire," and
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Almost Solid For Adiai Stevenson
WASHINGTQN, Oct. 31 (UP) tion to the .-selection of 'r.vice
Gor. Gep gM. Leadef of Penn- presidential candidate than either
sylvania ed yesterday that party has in tqis st. He mention-
his state !elegation t the Dem- ed Sen. Estes Kef aver (D-Tenn i
ocratic national convention negt as one vice presidential possibili-
August will be almost solid for ty.
Adlai E. Stevenson. He said there is a "good possi-'
Leader, at 37 one of the young- ability" scund lace. on the 1958
est of the country's 19 Democra- Democratic ticket may go to a
tic governors, also said he. him- Southerner. Beides. Kefauver he'
sell had been approached to be a cited as possibilies Sen. J o h n
"favorite 'son" presidential candid. J. Sparkman of Alabama, Steven-'
date. But he said be would be son's 1962 rtahing mate, and Gov.
"presumptpus'" -n his part and Frank Clement of Tenmessce.
he "woultt like it" The youthful governor was "n i
Appearing on the ABC televi- ble to analyze' the .support Gov.
sion show College Press Confer- Frank J. Lausche of Ohio Ira si
ence Leader said he has taken picked up among Southern Dem-1
"no formal position" regarding ocrats in the past few weeks. He!
any candidate for the Democrat- also said he was unable to deter-1
ic presidential nomination. But he mine if Lausche is "interest in
declared he believes Stvenson is the national scene."
"the right map in th4 right Lausche recently has been en-
place." dorsed as a possible Democratic1
At Duluth, Minn.. today. Steven- presidential candidate by Sen.
son refused to give a 'fat "yes" Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.1, lead-,
or "'no" to6, resolution urging er of the Southern Democrats in
him to enter' the Minnesota pres- the Senate, and by Gov. Allan B.
Identical primary- next March 20. Shivers of Texas, who bolted the
The resoluit4n was adopted una" party in 1952 to support Mr. Er-i
aimously by the state committee seshower. They referred to the
of the Minnesota Democratic par- Ohio governor as a "moderate "
ty I Leader, Who signalled his readi-
Stevenson said he was "highly ness to campaign for the 1956
hohored and deeply grateful" for Democratic candidate regardless of
the resolution. But he added that who he is. called on his party to
he. plans to make known his in-'wage a campaign "'along reliiinus
tensions in Chicago. revival lines." He said the Deim-
Leader, who will head the big ocrats should declare their inten-
Pennsylvania delegation to t h e tion to "bring back a government
nominating convention, said he to serve-the people."
will solicit support for Stevenson sepr e te Democratic vic-e
among (he state's delegates if that e pree ident Eiseahow-
is necessary. However, he said, story even if President Eisethow-
is necessary. However, he said, r the qOP candidate. He said
he can find no strong support in rste O a d at mei-d
the state for any other candidate. t ro in 1952 witret o oli-'
Stevenson, who is expected to tary hero" in 1952 with no poli-
anntce hisa edaey ., tie record. Now, he said, Presil
announce hte -candia $0,01, Ident Eisenhower "is a politician";
could go into almost any state t e rand mst campaign
primary next spring and make with a record and must campaign
a good showing. Leader said He on that record.
said Stevenson "did a ood J ob" ,-- _
eamnpaiginbg against President.
Zisenhower in 1952 nd ha S
great appeal t.o the thoughtful
Leader alsoJ called on the Dem-
ecratic Patty to give more atten-

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Oldsters Don't Like To Be Told They're LookingYous
BALTIMORI, Oc.t 31 (UP' -1 This has become a major prob-,The oldsters are the big wheels jver, that Pa iJha ht-a .1
Never tell an oldster "My you're'lem in our society wh re medi- in the civic, social, and recrea- fauul caste m.I --d
oo yong." It akes p i m!al advances have Sievn most of tional organizations.. the aged. ai
feel bid. the population a' utch longer life The problem of ourtaging popu- are not yet understood
Experts said today the remark span. And the expert. have a lot nation is not only being attache'
is anything bt a compliment it of ideas on how to make this t.wi-on the social level. The scientist Plot" A a
makes a pointed reference to age light life more useful and more are trying to see what they cm PlOtAe0SSt
and- pooe 'who are growing, old productive. do about keeping people go ingj
are very sensitive on the subject. If you are old, for example, ful steam loner. Da VyCkrtt
For i same reas, the ex- don't get the oieth that y n u Dr. James W. Papez, what is -tt
pert. said it isn't ag ood idea to are a new and strange iem e* with the biological research lab" Dies A-Bornim
go around telling old people "take memao. Everybody ite A who ratory of Columbus f0i S t a t De s v "E" E
'It easy," "don't watch cold." and doest die bere is time. Hospital, suggested in a p ape r MILWAUKEE -(UP).-... Tb
"let me do this for you." Learn to chuckle at your fall- presented to the society to da apartment store elevate
The best thing is to treat them that worm-like parasites in t he floor displaying a Da y
like anyine else. And never let on Don't give in to forgetfullness. blood and nerves may be tle figure and a ine of bo'
you're conscious of their age at Develop habits of study. The men-, cause of forgetfulness and other Mrs. Margaret Aordaa
all. It makes for happier living tal faculties, just like the muscle,: mental maladies of the aged. heard this exchange between
iall around. have to be exercised. I He said research at the ho4pi- mnn ot helltO : .
The experts are attending the Society, whatever cts younger ,tal has "confirmed suspicious" "Lets shoot that .tllow
r155 meeting of the Gerontogogi- members may think, can acco- that fungus organisms "are pres- an end to this nsosame," tE l
cal Society, an organization con- modate old persons successfully. ent at phychoses. feeblemintded- one d
cerned with the causes of aging Dr. G. J. Aldrige of Michigan ness, and arteriosclerosis in old "It wouldn't he the stw ii
and with helping the elderly to State University cited the case of people."' plied. "It would. m
find peace, comfort, and satifac- 'St Cloud. Fla., where half the' Other scientists at the meeting Claus. Another w d pep up
tion in life. / population of 3,000 are over 00. are by no means convinced, how- Claus. Another wnuld pop up- ,
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make the substitution.

Goodness knows why North
opened the bidding today with sol
poor -a halnd. His spade suit was
rather weak and the hand as a
wnole was on the borderline be-
tween a pass and the strength
needed for an opening bid. In this
situation a player may bid if he
has a good suit, but he should pass
u lie has only. a broken suit.
South managed to stop short at'
two no-trump, but he was already
too high. The opponents defended
Very ably, and South didn't find
tne best line of play, The result
was rather disappointing to North
anu bouth.
West opened the king of hearts
and was glad to continue the suit
when he saw the dummy. Dum-
my discarded low spades on the
third ad d fourth rtandg of hearts,
and South discarded 41 diamond on
the fourth heart.
East won the fourth heart with
his six, somewhat to his surprise.
He adn't expected to win a trrck
with his hand. It was clear th
South hart. notJhig much in
spades, so East shifted to a spade
South played a 4low spade, and
West had toplay the ack to force
out dumn ia ace. .Duimy. re-
turned a tow spade, and South's
queen forced out the king West
led his lowest spade to dumniv's
ten, thus establishing his own ine.
Declarer now tried three rounds
of clubs, discovering that the suit I
wouldn't break. East had. of
course, carefully kept all of his
_-.dbs0 o the sound theory that the
tpn of clubs was dll he had and
,that be ought to guard it' while e
There was nothing left South
had to give up a diamort and the
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a sa ithmachle stnegrapher with know. the 3050. O new ap. er plan early Sat"ur- major Protestant gr oups on the The minister from the Gatan
FOR RENT:-2-bedrm apast- ed 3-5171 accuntin. God salary SALE-9 Studeb FOR SALE:- REAL ARAIN day morning ccin Canal ne the sensationalUnion Church, Rev. Ray Blakely,
ilajewe S se s johand $650u don* paymnt, $25 worth of damage. The building The program was opened at Unis on intrh es.R Balk ely
mntH in II CarJe. hot wate. Snd, atum of pr eviou. gave an interesting *ulk on "The
AeO, eouend flee*rfurnished. duty.paid, new tirur adio, let- monthly, nig al house, h igh was deserted at the time of the 8:45 with the hymn, "Wonderful o brotherhood "
sipal lcaCtios.AlSo ffic e p.o haacrPosition eredd vlstery Hill- ,mtr PAIRSO 2-246Av on sceil- dl t despite the se; t i.. Ih hdr

ntpgggs SAXTER. S.A. Call S-5692. Apply 2014 Via able snapsiht to Apartade 3056, land, Monte Oscus. Light, meatr i"plosie. J Words of Life."
T *&Am.L Mve opleaa. e Paame (Colntinued from Pagble for $650. "A" 16. PATTERSON ,rel Police said they were searching rel sn y s ie

9kg6 2. 2-252 1 _aoeioeohi Avee "A" 16, 2-2846. for "two imported men from a The invocation was givcn by The oesing thymne waste'v
ifi $ P tter 1 in onsre kof their ,.- northern city," but refused to re. Re". W. H. Beeby, pastor of the O r, "ur h obson ve a report."
LAeRid Mt 4 S 10 cars an went midnight Bulot- veal names of the suspects. Offi- Balboa Heights Baptish Church, Mrs. uet common ee Mrs
0PANAMA IDIW SCHOOL GAte saed and wn t i thelar Im $tamcers said the two men had been with the welcome, Ms. TW. H on e dudet comm the hm
a L --0As.Pmnma. (o liue Beyd t sher n exti1 buben w. ou o n teimhe t oChurch.w e retbnn, M.i on Rth.e. iding
Tw sttLhoghcwrseawbeingm dhbya a ma orahensusets.O ab.oareigtBalo Unio theBalboauUnio, Church, gavey
A meet Ii V lasgot oatd wafn b edd ,pc toed exeilosrions Merchant, recording secretary, A loveld luncheon was erve

-FIDE T She got out ofbed, picked up said his life h as Mrs. C. Jacobson, treasurer, Mrs. at 11:30 by Mrs E. B. Stevens
Sn gunm-Amen s r wo lt t r c"tw, bamed the eemie of athe rentoarTonwahnxmetsetatis

S l Cbna p iham onsbhip gauge doubl-bdrldG st BELIN, Oct. 31 (UP) Tlw o been threatened many times re- E. C. Stevens, correponsding sec- andher commathe eed
Sta said way in an Army truck traveling paper for the blasts, including bo Mrs. S-Capt. Edward 'Hodgson tion will e e Mrg

r, S Mrs. Woodward said a shadow to Berlin were eased by the So lita gamrs and the "Peope gavethe offertory. on church.
sth Fianrchld. Table Tenny by the door to e' vets last night after 24 hou r s who resent our fight against inte- "
id George .Orannum is tin Hiraml Johnson, 21:17. 21:23. room across the hall, G ulott a detention, -the army announced grated schools."
S"k nb" of the table tennis play- t1:14, 21:18 said, and fired twice. today. The tabloid weekly features Cen-c.
2 gauge double-barreled shot- LN, Oct 31 (UP) eo been the Isthmus as he won Military doubles champions Nightwatchman Stephen Smith, national stories, often about local Stevens, orrepnsding se
rate s le tet hs fourth straight title In the a i Van Son and F. Brittain 45, of nearby East Norwich, tAmeri T ae soldiers were private Wal officials and gamblers, in every -
Fourth Annual Istmi Table from the Navy, competed wtn a reporter he was on duty in hi ter Robertson way i n an Army truck traveling paper for the blasts, including bd Private John issue Clein said the explosions Mrs. S-Capt. Edward 'H

B D nr m was opposed by Ar- were rewarded with an evening ni d t ht and a The were arrested by the Soviet what evidence was found, but he offertory.
yth1 vsthrisTrepn.moreth con-ast nightafctionter and24hou rss n who th re oset our fight against ient-
F I t n toihe civ nd door Ihead man voic over to American authorities tere a long this line."
ore thetl e.e o compfttithet was 2 o11 0 de'thig tehrine has ht. They tols American authorities tor questioniAg are own

t champion of table tenia- tournament was planned y not treated, have performed demolition jobs
AREPA OP |tn erma te on mpi, anned wo1th won liteary doubles ch ampione s, Nightwatchm anStep oun hen Smith;d .... ... lstn al aerrtaiies on a la
his fourth; straight citle 5, 2te # rvian1o and F. Brittem 45, of nearby East Norwi Thhe o re oprivatenWa c tat the ofbwau donea.
S| Fourth AnnualIsthmian te ale from the Navy, competed wltn is reporter he twas on duty in hipster. noertson rvateJon;ssueClesad the explosions

oWI.Ar I cet Bmaaste hes and the spectators d oi set e prowler. S w -t B professionals. He refused to say
J S NOr eI tournamenph an d Mrs. Clar-e L aon dlum: Three-wayn the screaming and hysterical. I ran b roke into two businress firms i hat evidence was found, but

rer vs. res-nei ad their | Nightengtle gave due credit to between dens 1,4, ted 6e bnct and called the police. Fargo recently, but left more
feminine role in sportsman- Et ace, Den Mrs. Roor They arrived w oma n voice over to American authey took. The first spiritual Retreat on-
2 s ie iand winnerr. Joseph, who mi itary -Dbattled top hn-s Gh wen p mhroh he burs a mn b unn said ne two men wanted
'h .Srs-e21,gave fine competition,,t was a or.singm'O h-hflptmeuoh, helpeaf thours.
Sover Elma Steiwar wi h h e touP a per-Walk Race: Den 4. because thing terrible has hapI containingThey two dollars ican auhaoritge aie nd for questioning "are knownship hasto
in co harg e of arranging and opened a door in the rear and let Then they ee not mistred t he Pioneer Oerway to make these r

S1OT I One of the sost exciteng su nte sents were carl e a. and o Company but abandoned tous activities and conuing a af-id
Splays o the evening was th Wiell, cha an tephen Ro- "The y wa cm- an attempt to open a sae tA-eretar o State John Fos
ord who is stationed at broo As n the past, mRogerC.haRoweDen letels i a r At least those plans are
r. pir Fornshp n thase an bracket 2;n the R. Worham, Den 3; John a rsaid There's ballway. He Polic e later found two dar discussed after retreat held ter u Dleewto wiity after
Solitary champion, ded with ted the Ba wards. The name of cident. I can't let you n beca nd 50 cents scattered th for three daylas week a El
PA NAIONAL the scores 21:15, 21:10, 21:17. rvGrannum, Den 5 and A. C.was omitted then It loo locked. he was shot in the building. Owner le Retreat, attended by latrees

^ sAromnB pf. .217 | saw defeat Whis optinteam, fo the left oide of the I ead. He was saier. burglars f al' in two approximately 5e Catholic ervice- foreign chiefs nf ee inotne Miodl Eas
muone ofor the players tie, women's from the ommttee wadonors asted bvio jus .. in couldn't see the rooman andprevious attempts to rob him, but en. ended Friday.

lal who, with n s'partner lap t the following parents: Newton "There was a double bre h sad it was the first time they wanted
r toJude Michael outstandinrecord in the lis nd Mr. Lorrie Hen- to the did. (Col.) H. F. Doher. Shenov USACARIB a ARGO, -(UP)nt tnd Chrtma
enfledpoce hea. 5 tournament an Mrs. inCl the person and Mrs y e. screaming woman was mterical. ran Chaplabroe intoop two business firms misi about te pro-
r ecse he didn't wantightenale g andve due cred it to between dens 1, 4, aster choch another roo he police. Fargo recent but 1 eRetreat a con- oe

." RetortP the judge icily: Isthman champion Grannum. absence of Cubmaster John R. and she was uncontroab i. tary personnel of all faiths.
ship andthe cooler talent when she won CLu Moreno, Gough Den oher.anWood thwardey wen touh a window The burgers oo a money box deted under to work out Then visit PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
sco,21:11 Members of ted.espack commit- stayed outside until a policeman from Cul igan's soft water ieniee proven so fruitful that plans are

iN OW 21:1,- 1:, 1992, r'ean O tober 30 *ging ,n dRrOnDtS'ear'n MA
SAdancement BadgeohearThen tRoberthey entered the Pioneer This years tea now underway to make these r
OT-rOUBrn One of the most exciting udjing the events were Carl me in, vnd Coal Company but abandoned tious activities and continuing a-
C,1 3 mlussn, _5 plays of the eveo idion was tr WiAell, Lion, Den 2; Gibby "Te mu's body wa ceer- an attempt to open a safeirt
S playoffs for the doubles chain- an, De Roger C, Rowe, Den pletel a ws layig t east, those plans are being DLLS A A--rty of State John Fo-
pionship n t anbracket ;V. Woham, earB; John a e hallway. e Police later found two do discussed afterences heldetret hily Chapter eremicr ne arrivingat Gene-

uble Beds with NEW Mattress 39:50 l ro JamesHoan W Fort Clayton was assistant Be- A. w omitted t& i
hen lt yeartar n Wardrobes of the dou- Bar Dan Thomas, Wolf; Jerrychoch, wa e ew. and cents scattered thru t for tre e days last week at ESPVA & WAI e a
Soan Dnn sa w defeat bhis oppose team, 6 the left side of the had.Worsh He was s burglar, Wolf, Den ars f a i; Rcky FALntwo RIVER, Mass. (UP il available records shoervice- foreign chiefs in connection wterie growing ussian -

one of the players being Stanley heWolf, Den 1was listed by pust olicnside th e door of the room. prevus attempts to rob the last Retreat held under mil-ay. fluene in me Mdle East.
Hall Room uho, ith hisartner lt the foowing parents: James Dykes,"T wheey discovered that a mo-e tary sponsorship in this area was 1
Chets of Drawers sttorn and s Beee, C. WibeHovan, R.Den tortg yinghad a dothe hall and the ever left him nothing. The result of the religious n- Row
aorm Rockeonn. (-UP) team mate. Stale Hall Assistant Denner Stripes: ARolan tions-yet this record showed but derence Army ponorhip, according
client fled police head: 1919005 tournamentanteDen both n the o 5; Paul sillman, R one. woman an t m ing u n o The records pir i hab pr c-
andtalentwh..... LiDon Moks wtere presented to waccetin t the blame a wndt the war b town ituated approximately 85 A m i I I

overs e n-ALeSO- and Jda mo s Asant and Ricky Horn ing to "first-offenders. So tai pnn tw a tIncta miles r.orth of Panama.s n

S"ft" Your"Inchargeofarrangwho inge become ten years old.arops got the cit r council to change y ent t our guaranteed n2o MOuts p e te
ot "during ha each time, battling against the conducted the activities in the somethinSng terrible hason happened tanun peractf anfabitha-
c." Retort the judge icily: Isthman champion. Grannum. absence of CubmaStep John R. and she was uncontrollablee tar prsnnenfa saihs
days o Hall, teamed with Lus Moreno, Gough. Woodward, a tail, handsome Then LPvel
Swover Grannum teamed with The flowing awards were man as a graduate of Gro "We are trying to work ou
S EASY MENTSa a m en a radlans to make "theseK spiritual con- AUTOMOBh1 ROW No. 169OR CALL

Webelos Badges: ohn Cranes Nvy e n fWorld War II a for whole ear. Coerences a part 670x15 our normal mil- PANAMA 2-1 23.4 5
Sand alay Warfone ounord, l Den rv 2. ships in the Pacific. itary life, he explains "We are 21.5 26.45
COME IN r ataon C were ficarded t so m em- packm e textilewwon business li for a fci ity 800x1that w5 2 5 2995
A N OwiCabem, and Warfornd, Den 2"int14 but ledt it in 1950 to wor u permit all personnel to make a s ie rn nF

ShnbMcCarragher,D Den 3, and whosely with f ather in various October Retreat once aar, under the PRICES n AS*LOW AS 9.

Nova, Dein 6.e rv l enteApis. V ses o aaof s 8 23eOS 2T.R IPox15 27.4T 3A.95
SA Advancement Badges: Robert a three major faithlis. 15 5
de Ln'n t- sio .n, 3 Gr b Sw ae sn s ecl -.u h LThis years eRtreat was under MA eb YO UR Rs d rVATION NOW.uh
VERDITHllwowthWiu hefreu Bair, Da ; an th:in "rhuso r adoula r i edg htaid direct supervisiwion of Chplain ..h.
d A d Beburr ober dl, Rodman. Naval Statioun As Re-,
HBOU EH OLE, XCHa m "' taNE Hi d an alrc D lenVlioflton Of es. potnr, i --- he directed the 11adpIa. n
6;Ph 1472tD anThMs. ie .CLay wa amng in five conferences held d roily. Chap-
bhMecaus dbobes .......bp.95, istantrows: eSchochan, hromSew Fort Clayton was assistant Re-a- "co
"Duningtablheaachairsa 1t00 Wonsham, Wolf, Den 3; Rtcky FAL RIn ER, Mass (-UP)-- t proe Mavailableste or.ow
Sth e andgeicily-Isthmianchampionair.... .."avbers eof iths
i d a btncoler.".... l,... ame..w.... Lui 50Moren, Wolf, Den u.ndodwad, ll, handsome
Tables...... .. .....o...............omew.neg dne &. the last Retreat held under mrt-
o Siadenntripe:PackMesting swhen they discovered that a m- 90tary sponsorship in this area was- No. ,1 R
Chests of Drawers .22.80 Den 5 James Hovan, Den 6. yi tourist had a dozen parking viola- rdra1.patsofor
Patorm Rcker..............................3800 AssIstant Donner Stripes: Alan teens-yet his record showed but sines. .Ylo4 der Army sponsorship. accordinT 2At e
Siaedeboards ....Vaentine Den 5; Paul Stillman, 9one.itn...... to the records
SDny Chairs............................. 0 Den. Friends and relatives bad beem tEr ValRe is a smaea r otuntaindE
-ALS-ehAovanc ad Ricky Horn ing to ,,first-oanteners.: _o te u terM OnthS
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On MacLean-Burgess Spy Case'

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1 I X w'-M M" ',UU FMl" WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 (UP)- that Burgess moved in with Phil-
The United States is receiving in- by and his family when t h e y s
"n formation from Britian on the lat- were assigned he"e in 1950. The 1
HOLLYWOOD-(NEA)- Closeups that even the studio has trouble et ph of the mysterious Ma- address listed for both men was t
and Longshots: The "Remember keeping their credits straight. Oth- Lean-urgess spy case, it w a s "4100 Nebraska Avenue."
,when?" lads at MGM are blinking er, day I credited Panama and disclosed at the weekend.
at'the irony of a painted back- Frank or 'thbe Seven little This and other information is
drop featuring Nevada's snow-cov- Fo It should ha e ne going into a mounting file expect
ered Mt. Charleston on the sound and Shavelson Libeiace tined ,some' day to show how suc- SHOWING AT YOUi
tage "where "Mee Me ii Las brother gveorge's invitation to a, ce the spies were in gettingTHEATERS
Vegas" Ji being filmed. party read: "Cocktails and buffet information on the United States
It's the stage where Caroli Lom- Mom's cooking." of value to Russia. DALBOA 6:15 8:45
bard often met hubby Clark Gable The State and Defense Depart- DALBOA 6:15 8:45
before oe died in plane crash This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones; ments, Central Intelligence Agen- A.-CONDITIONI
g8 on Nevada's' Mt. Chairleston! "'Tle Clip dfiont" Is a tourist-t. cy, FBI, Atomic Energy Commis-
HOLLYWOOD CAN STOP ping shop sign in Beverly RM. sion, and 9ther executive agvn,
dreaming about the ooxoffice mag It's a barberop for dogs. ies are reported keenly i nt est-
ic of Ava Gardner and Frank Sin- ro f. i a e rie ote n inn i-
r as a i te. S NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Fred vestiative aspects of the c a se
Sa s a S that-has shocked allied security
ley Kramer hit a stone wall trying Sherman's playing an old pros ean d tat sm nte
to land them for "The PrIde and pector with a balky buro that personnel ad slo atesmoving ina HAL WALSl
the Passion." never wants to move in "Seven investigators also a movig i M
S__s Men From Now." Yanking at the on the ase.-
Ever wonder about John Wayne's critter in one scene, the actor ..B h il. Doad Mac- -
always-turned-up coat collar for yelled, "Come on, Claire i ish. diplomatsGu urDass both f Vi
his movie roles? Says Sherman, who is marriedlean Guy Burgess, both of W
"I'm carefully careless,", he to actress Claire Carleton: whom had served in the Britishe
grinned when I asked him about it' "She has a sense of humor." Tembassy here, slipped behind the yTIC NICOLOR
on thee'et of "Rookie of ear, i retain in May, 1951, whenAL
ahis half-hour teleflm with John The Witnet: Overheard at a bar: P**tish agents were tightening the
Ford for the Screen Directors' "You've got that indefinable some- net on their suspicious, ,r Tues. "C Ce Dteat Row""
Playhouse series. thing something you never had LAy -for Rusns Mow prportd work
until I heard your father has for the Russians in Moscow.
The home-screen drama about a:money." While in Washington in the post- PARAISO 5:20 8:10
sports writer and a young base- war years, MacLeang hadcces "A STAR IS BORN"
ball star is another father'and- to the Atomic Energy headquar-"
son act for the Waynes John Opera warbler Patrice Munsel 'ter here. He was chief of the
and Pat after working together is stopping traffic in Las Vegat British foreign office's American SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:1
in "The Searchers." Says John with Bikini bathing suits. But t'ssetion when he slipped away in "LIVING IT UP"
about his lad: "Np pictures, please,' to all photo 1951. rewarded by tei-
"He's got the teen-age gals drop- raphers After 150 move roles, Burgess, regarded by intelli-
ping like flies since 'Mr. Roberts:, Dick Simmons landed in the big gence experts as a lesser figure ,
He can be a big star if he wants leagues as TVs "Sgt. Preston of was a second secretary at the
it. But I still don't know whether the Yukon." "Just think, hes embassy for a short ime.
'he wants it." laughing, "15 years to become an The United States and Britain
S overnightstar.' Charlton Hes- have been consulting s'retly, onT
Plot of a forthcoming "Casa- ton's chuckling about a personal the case ever sinc e suspicions Two-time awad winner,
blanca" chapter in Warner Bros.' appearance he made at a drive-in first ere raised. But thore liaison another gr
teefil series is ane-yebrol lift- theater for the opening-of"Thes expected to become more "NO T AS
er. Arlee Whelan. a beautiful red, Private War of Major Benson." tive now that chairman James 0. "NO T A A
head, pla s a movie star once The manager introduced him from Eastland (D-Mis.) of the SenateA A
married o a prince rho takes the roof 'of the rejection house Internal security subcommittee is
their daughter- to Europe to see and the audience gave him a round putting g the heat onSecretary of Big release next Thursday
him aftef the divorce, of applause by honking their horns. State John Foster Di lles for de-
Well, I tessothers Khan. too. -- aied information on the case.
TEE GM P&RADE on "TV Isn't 'itabout im tBt Hol- Basic documentssought very re-
Islet -tiv hu a hp Afikopm e onartet r 111

The Panama Canal Zone
Chapter of- S.PE.B.S.QS.A., will
hold ltd regular meeting tomoi-
row at 7:30 p.m. at the Curun-
du Shrine shack.

Members are urged to attend
and bring someone they feel is
interested in Barbershop. Vist-.
ors will be allowed to take part
n the festivities.

DIABLO HTS. 6:15 7:50
Tuesday "R-1T GENTRY"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:05
Tues. "Made For adch Other"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:50
Cinemascope ColorI

CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:30
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Oilvia de Havilland, in
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Tuesday's ParliameintarY Ceus-
S. am TV' talk sion of" who tipped off the two
1830 "ieme are so Mapye x- Some TV e talking t th were under invest.
writers fI BoB Hope woi n 'aI about Jimmy urante and nme of spies that they were under inves
produceedirectors at Riraamount them said Durante noseas half tion.taled in-
(Jack Rose. Mel Shavrlbon. No'-of his appeal. -You mean." spoke Further, and more detailed in
man PPasma and y.elvin Frank) [up one, "it's half of Durante." quris will be isps as soon the
Parliament concludes its debate
'on the case.-
,- There had been some question
You are cordially invited to see the in the State Department about the
diplomatic propriety of such in-
quiries, but signs now -are that
NEW 1956 DODGE 'tnediplomatic proprierty.of such
SD G insuirie, but signs now are that
the British will be hearing more
Sat from this government soon..
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Eastland has thrown the State
Department into a tizzy with his
long and involved list of ques-
tions. A full reply may require
weeks of intensive checking. A
"be patient" reply may be hand-
ed the senator in the meantime.
Eastland has recalled testimony
a year ago by Gen. James A.
Van Fleet that the Chinese Reds'
must have had some assurance
that American forces would not
cross into Manchuria, during the
Korean war, if Red China struck
into Korea. The senator wants to-
know whether MacLean was guil-
ty of any such leak.
There is much doubt in diploma-
tic quarters about how much
MacLean knew about allied strat-
egy in Korea when the Chinese
Reds struck in October- Novem-
ber,' 1950.

Officials doubt that thq United
States or its allies themselves-in
-that confusing and and tragic pe-
riod- know what they would do.
The question soon became acade-
mic. except for air action, because
allied, forces were being run south
and almost out of Korea.
Initial checks show that Mac-i
Lean was assigned to the British
foreign office Nov. 6, 1950- He!
was in a hospital prior to that
time suffering' from a nervous
breakdown. His last assignment
had been in Cairo.
On Nov. 6, 1950, Gen. Douglas
MacArthur reported to the Unit-
ed Nations that his forces in Ko-
rea had met "a new foe" -the
Chinese Communists.
His report showed that a regi-
ment of troops of zhe Chinese
Communist 42nd Army had cross-
ed the Yalu PRiver on Oct. 16.
Senate investigators may be
looking into a later development'
in the case. This is a disclosure
in the British House of Commons
that Harold Philby, former Brit-
ish embassy first secretary (intel-
ligence here, may have tipped
off MacLean and Burgess t h at
they were under investigation.
StaLe Department records show
sin, known far and wide as the
Badver State, wasn't embarrassed
at its state fair this year. Fair
officials had to borrow a badgers
from Iowa for one recent fair, but
this year they had their osn, a
home rowc one.



Olivia de lavlani, Tokyo-born, descended from Eng-
lish nobility, raised in California, plays the role of a Min-'
nesota Swede in "NOT AS A STRANGER," Stanley Kramer's
'picturization of Morton Thompson's runaway best-seller .
Olivia is jeen in th.. film, a realistic portrayal of the
heartaches and triumphs of men of medicine, as Kristina
Hedvigson, the head operating room nurse who is the girl-
friend and later tne wife of Lucas Marsh, the bedevilled
young doctor played by robert Mitchum. Co-starred with
Olivia and Mitchum in "NOT AS A STRANGER," which
Kramer directed as weil as produced are Frank Sinatra,
Gloria Grahame, Broderiqk Crawford and Charles Blckford.



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S onorary Chairman of the ben- -- bassy
; committee is Mrs. Clifford Reservations must be made for
Pink of Panama City MrsI. iert mad
S A. Munrof, Jr., t Balboa (7 f i'Pir PidLa!I this trip no' later than Monday
SA Munroe, Jr. n9f Balboa 7th. Please call Mrs. Elden Cof
ghts, and Mrs. Elmer G Ab -- Balboa 3450 or P Par
of Diablo are serving as co-! To permit employes to cel e- fev. Balboa 3450 or Peggy Par-
lirmnl In charge of arr nge- brae the 52nd burtiday of the Re- ker, Balboa 1412.
1mtnts. pubflc of Panapm.. there will be Gamboa Womens Cub
Srfickets at 51.00 are now on no edition of The Panama Amer- Gamboa Wome n's Cub
and may be obtained at club ican on Thursday. Both the Pa- Theregular monthly meeting of
quarters in the Tivoli Guest nama City and Colon offices will the Gamboa Womens Club will
Ancon, or from members be closed. h ab of the Vicl
Sthekic4et committee, who are Nov. 3rd. Is a full holiday n be held at the homrs. Le of Bate Viceat
i. Oto G. Hausann of Pana- both the Republic and the Canal President. Mrs. L. E Bates at
City; Mrs. H. W. Schull, JP. Zone. This means that no locall 7:30 p.. Thursday.
.10 ; Mrs W. C. mail will be worked in the potal
W. E. servO l_ ther.u o.~4 7T idea to be d discussed

S cher o day are a6 the ov- the lgi-
.o j ce Base. ernment services in the Repu he, mas Party.
that Saturday is a holiday in Hostess for this occasion will
E a dColon. 44W, obHostsfor0tbisl'ccas0'd will
can t..4.ribuors both to the Meet-_be Mrs. R. V. Sellens and Mr
rE ings Column and Social a nd'L.L E. Bates
.ra. C, A. Garcia and Mrs. B. Of-erside are requested to get eSt Ciub'M
'Scott gave a tea in honor of their material in as early as pos- tanp Clrow NlgB ets
P. E Garaicoa, who is re- sible. Te nomorrowxt regular mehtein of
the Caribbean Stamp Club .v!l be
held at the Tivoli ot-1l at 7.30
THE FAMILY OF p in tomorrow.
Mrs MARY ALTMAN Bridge Classes
Ss. 1TMi rALTMAN Strt Wedaesday
Wish to express their gratitude to friends and neighbors In Cristobal
for the sympathy shown In their recent bereavement. I Bridge classes for rn orn- e nf
the tristobal Woman's Cluh ,'ni
Mr. and Mrs. SAUL ALTMAN i'tart Wednesday at 9 a.nm in lWe
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY ALTMAN Cristobal Red Cross rooms.
I Mrs Stanley Guest will be the


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S At a formal dinner party on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I 1G1
.offman of Mt. Washington, near Pittsburgh, Penn., an-
Sq ued the engagement of their daughter Josephine Louise
oMr. Charles A. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
"tiimas, formerly of Gatun, now residing in Balboa.
S11ffman s a graduate of turning to her home in Ecuador Each notice for in c tsl eiM
ma n isarau of r column fabould submitted tontype.
American Community School The table was beautifully ar- tn orm and umied tolque a
j1_Pais, France. At resent she ranged. Mrs. W. J. Brig h t Jr. the bux number iated dally I *So.
aking post-graduate work at poured the coffee, Mrs. C. A. ci l and OtherwLse," or deltvered
University, Pittsourgh. Garcia poured tea. and Mrs. B. b and oIn e i pudee. Nobyes tc
S'IThomas is a graduate of P. Scott served punch. p cannot aec d b te-
1 High School, class of Mrs. B. E. Garaicoa received
-3il:da graduate of St. Vi n- many gifts. Among them a beau-
S Uege, Latrobe, Pennsl- tiful diamond ring. Mrs. L. de Ar- Caribbean College Club
He is also taking post-grad- mas, an accomplished pianist de- Meets On Wednesday
'ork at Duquesne Universi- lighted everyone with her music. TheCaribbean Lollege Club will
the guests were Mrs. B. E. Ga- meet for senior night on Wedues-
tween his graduate and post- raicoa, Mrs. G. R' Ellis, Mrs. R. day. at 7 :30p.m., at St 11Merga-
ate orkMr.hoiase- W. C. Mrs T B idon. srs ret' a arish Hall, on 3rd. an d
eifor two years ain the U S Ar- T. J. Marie, Mrs. E. L. Tabot, Espave Streets, Margarita.
- 20 months of which he spent Mrs. W. J Bright, Mrs W F. A-
urea. He toec to Master Ser- eman, Mrs Cahtora de D ia z, This meeting will take toe place
t in less than nine rio n th s, I Mrs. W. T. O'Connor, .rs. E. of the regular November meeting
erearned three battle stars andlWhite, Mrs. L. Pincus, Mrs. L -membeis ae asked to note
a bronze meal fo,' bavery dur-IL Armas. Mrs Mrs. E de Llei" change of date and place of eet-
this tour in the Aimy. man. Mrs. S. de Escobar, Mrs. ing.
a marriage will take place at!A. Jacobs. Mrs. R. Dean and1
6 al mass at St. MIary on the Miss Camelita Lopez. Capt. R H. Emerick R. N. will
...... the guest speaker and rmen -'
Gt, in Pittsburg, Nov. 24. amboa Women's Club bers of the Senior Class of Lris-
.American Club Seeks Support For Dance No. 18 tobal High School will also take
Benefit Tea, Merchants and businessmen a prominent part in the program.
F lion Show have been most helpful in cooper- -
important social event fthe ating for this dance benefit. Invitations have been issued to
rent season will e the bone- operation from all f r i end s allUCristobal High School SenIors
f nard party, tea antl fashion members, and well wishers and their parents by Mrs. J. L.
show, to be given by the Inter-A- in making the dance a success Sugar, chairman of the scholar-
nerican Women s Club on Tues- are invited ship committee, on behalf of the
A -aNov. 15. at the Army and Get your tickets now. They are club.
Ndy Club of Fort Amador. sold by the club member's or cadl
the purpose of the tea will be Mrs. Sellens 6525. Mrs. Tabert 665, After the program. refreqh-
to, raise funds for the Bella Vista Mrs. Bates 6286, Mrs. Campbell ments will be served by Mrs. C.
C1ldren's Home of Panama City. 6294, Mrs. Koch 6322 or Miss Hi- D. Cheek and her committee.
The card party will start at 2 dalgo Bal. 1549. Balboa Womans Club
p.m. and those attending are ask- Taking Panama Tour
ed, to bring their own cards, tal- I The Balboa Woran s club will
li pencils or scrabble games. T Bbrbl' t or meet at the Toli Hotelat 9ub will
T will be served. at 4:40 p.. Nov. 9th to go in a chartered
a shortly thereafter the fashion, onachartere
S siorlly theeresenr the ashon bus on a sight seeing tour to the
will be presented. ., l : redencia and American E-
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Korean premier Kim .ii TeM
today called for a iat. uatt
conferneeI to settle hwe Ipreta
question. :o :
Klm' statement was Aontht-
ed In a .adio Peiplne toad. uia
which outed nK as th
gotentent ;of Indla. A 'Vely
iauports teia.tdea. ex
ehadIo .hPelping xmid iT
Sung gave his letws if wrlthen
answers to questlona suifttid
by Indian journalist V. V. Pra-
sad "on behalf of several lIndian
Kim was reported to ave ex-
pressed these thoughts:

1. A united central govern-
ment of Korea should be set up
by general elections through
North and South Korea batM
on the expression of the fro*
will of the people of both parts
of the country.
2. The character of the regime
should be decided by tle will of
the Korean people. The use of
coercive methods by -one side
against the other should be pre-
3. There should be freedom of
political activities, all foreign
armed forces should be with-
drawn from the entire territo-
ry of Korea as soon as practie-
able and the armed forces of
North and South Korea should
be reduced to the minimum so
as to stabilize the armistice In
Korea and then to concert it In-
to durable pepce.

CARSON PRIZE SCOTT & COMPANY, one of the largest and
leading department stores in Chicago, Illinois, has been featur-
ing an "Import Fair" through its entire tn floors late this
month The store is effectively decorated gith travel posters
from all over the world and each department in the store
features imports from many foreign countries. The fair open-
ed with a *"Conminental Breakfast" attended bY representatives
of various foreign governments. Posters depicting Panama were
among those displayed throughout the store and at the break-
fast. In the photo, left to right, are Mr. Bernard Lew of Chi-
ago, Mr. Gustavo Paredes, Jr., Consul General of Panama in
Chicago, and Mrs. Angela Mufioz de Lew, representative of the
Panama Tourist Commission in Chicago. Many interesting
programs have been enjoyed during the fair.

Early Breeding New Magazine Put
W ill Get ANWOU To CUT down on ealorks? l.. .I. dellide .o e
IWill Get nto Circulation =4a*mpw sn nftdral.
An Extra Calf ( ) In The News, a new monthly NEA Food and Markets Editor three individual envelops, each of
.......... I.. ..magazine containing articles We've been. experimenting With which makes one quart. Instant
DIXON SPRINGSta, Ill. (tra featuring local personalities, has issttnt nonfat dry milk and the nonfat dry milk is top quality
-F-armers can get an extra calf w been put Into circulation in theI family votes the results good. It pasteurized milk with osly the fat
breeding beef heifers as yearlings cities of Panama and Colon. is certainly inexpensive ie forand water removed and it supplies
to calve at about two years of age, Ifolks trying to shorten their waist- protein, calcium and riboflavin.
to calve at about wo years of age, Edited and published by Clar- I lines, and also top family nourish- TOMORROW'S DINNER: Bacon
experiments here have shown ece Milline. t b .... .
R. J. Webb, superintendent of enne sted by Ar- ent att he sometime. and cheese soup, garlic French
the University of Illinois' experi-;mando Fortune, the new maga-' See if you don't agree with us bread, large bowl of mixed vege-
met station here said studies zine covers mainly teams of a that this soup is perfect for cool table salad, hot apple turnovers
meot table salad, hot apple turnovers
carried on since 1943 showed it social and political nature. days.Bacon 'N Cheese Soup with vanilla ice cream, coffee, tea,
was practical to breed beef heif- (MBa cn 'N Chu pee rings) milk.
ers to calve as two-year olds. (MakesFour strips bacx ondied, edi-
About 100 heifers were used In Four strips bacon, diced, 1 medi-
the study. Hall of them were first urn-size ohins, 4, cup
bred as yearlings, the otherhalf diced celery, cupdicedcarrots "THE END O
as two-year-olds. Cows in each e can feflour teasp oi llon ncup "
group have been kept through 10 flour, teaspoon salt, s teaspoon
years of age. pepper, 1 quart liquefied instant
year of age rec nonfat dry mill, 1 ,-pound) pack- An emotional drama of e
Webb said the group bred as age process cheese food, shredded.
yearlings has weaned an average Saute bacon until crisp in a at the "LUX" The
of six calves for each original saves money 4-quart saucepas over low heat.
heifer. The group bred as two- bouillon; -cook until celery and car-
year-olds has weaned an average rots are tender about 5- to 7 min-
of only five calve s utes. Sprinkle flour, salt and peppe
SN u t over surface of liquefied instant
R No gsswo l N nonfat dry milk. Beat with rotary
Rich Man's Sport ilurRoyoPlus beater until blended, and slowly
i ned results lwoys. Sust blesd into vegetable mixture. Cqok
Saves Famers Bacon F mix- over low heat, stirring constantly,
Vcmbne the Royal 8Flena il- until thoroughly heated. Add
ture with milk in a tcepon, cheese: stir constantly, until chee
OBERLINKn.-(UP-Den- ring it to bes0od, then pour is melted.
zel Reist was kidded by peoplen- into molds. Four creamy Instant nonfat dry milk is avail-
when he first was kiddtarted raising grey- into ld ouable in the new family-size package
when he first started raising grey- servings. When you hop which makes 12 quarts (three gal-
hounds. They said it was a -rich for Royaot Flon. Ions) o sonfat milk for as little as
man s sport." i 7 cents a quart. There are two oth-
But Reist, who has raised an er sizes a one-pound package
But Reist, who ha raised an paw which makes five kuarts and a pr
sold the racing dogs for 20 'years, measured package which contains
has found it a good business. He measured package which contains
sai A. a r litteofup for

me hasine'-leadingstud 'Ith' Copying Hats ,
country on his farm, Rural Speed- I I I
ster. He races his dogs throughout .IS Not Illegal eT.D1.
the country. MILWAUKEE -(UP)- Circt u nexitetedH saNOF HlE.rea
Judge Myron L. Gordon ruled that unexpected V ar of Inters c
_. it is not illegal to copy a hat. Kerr and Van Johnson: its c
Gordon ruled in favor of the explosion of a flying-bob t
You are cordially invited to see the Slocum Hat Corp. which had been theman's apartment. ove
sued ror 8200,000 by the Everitt Injured. Jealously In love anc
Hat Co. on allegations that Slo- unervor, Johnson c omes to be
NEW 1956 DODGE cm cop ed Eve itt hat cared for him, tnat she vante
Gordon-said .t was not Illegal return to her husband. His fe
for a hat-maker to copy a com- in the arms of some otter n
petitor's style as long as there is battered hate.
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(W'eek-..end Plan is in effect aftnr lunch Saturday until 9 p.m.
Sur day, but we cordially invite you to check in any time Saturday
t.,' enjoy our many facilities, at no extra cost.)

$ 15.- per person includes:

ROOM wi*h private terrace and bath, for 2 days and I night. '
Complimentary El Panama COCKTAIL (good at any of our public roems).
DINING and DANCING. ($5.50 dinner) in glamorous Bella Vista Salon.
SUNDAY BRUNCH (with its complimentary eecktail), dancing to the
music nt Lucho Aearraga's Trio.
USE of El Pa.ama's MANY FACILITIES Caballa and Tennis Club,
Ping-pong, shutfleboard, putting green. children's playground, ImaM soee.
YOU CAN BRING the CHILDRINI one or two under 12 years of age
arcnmmoduated free in your room. and I' price for children's portion
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M O O C T N E 3 1 1 8 T U E P A N A M A M R N_ N N D P N i T DL E S A E i :

Calypso'SingDown' Set For Tonight

With Cobra, Spoiler At' Colon Arena



na 1i the secondalypo "ing
down" sponsored by th e anewlyo- On ctiCUt RivCer
formed Negro Art. Inc. An l He
The last meeting of Spol er An oers e
land Lord Cobra at the Arena
was declared "no contest" by the had E experiment
judges when other calypso single
era "invaded" the stage and oh- HOLYOKE, Mass. (-UP)I-Con-
structed the orderly process of Inecut River fishermen are help-
the contest. thing themselves by helin the
The winner of- the contest to ovesmen b.
be held tonight will be crowned Already the first finleu sphad

the ado T ahethe. e t er Areams b femr threaei orhaod
produced yAeorge(ne r- Fish and Wlife Service. And
on) ryan. tomorrow night at there'll be more, oar .0
the Ro Theater. moreif all goes wvel.
Scheduled to take part In the That's the number of shad re-
suporting cast of the calypso moved by the government experts
""sndown" tonight will be from the Windsor Locks Canal in
Sarky r and Pluefy, The Pour the fall of 19t The fishermen are
Notes quartet, ieina osata, helping the experts prove a theory
the H Calypso Band. Gus that the shad come back from the
Trym and his orchestra. the -b ocean to their fresh water spawn.
on Pade and ther enter ling streams after three or four
ta ners. YERS
TOnight's show is scheduled to YEARS.
glet under way at 8:SO. Th man..
agemlent has made arrange- Arena.
merits to have three loudseak- The show at the Rio Theater
era Xtrateglically Installed to! tomorrow night is scheduled to
cover every angle of the Colon start at 9 o'clock.

The startling best-seller that electrified millions now
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When a high sex content Ys required of a film role,
wise producers immediately think of Gloria Grahame. What
Gloria has that most o'ner girlq haven't., s not definable,
nor can it be acquired: you've either got it or you ain't got
it. and nevi trie twa'i hsl 1 mcet.
Gloria's got it. and it .s on exhibition In her latest film,
"NOT AS A 3'TR4NGER" in which she plays the role of a
siren who charms Robert Mitchum, In the plum role of Dr.
Lucas Marsh. A picturization of Morton Thompson's run-
away best-eadler about doctors, their lives and their loves.
Co-starred with Gloria Grahawre and Robert Mitchum in
"NOT AS A STRANGER" are Olivia de Havilland. Fran Si-
natra, Broderick Crawtord and Charles Bickford. Stanley
Kramer produced and directed "NOT AS A STRANGER"

TBE POPULAR Four Notes quartet is scheduled to sing tonight
at a calypso "sing down" between Lord Cobra and the Mighty
Spoller at the Colon Arena.
"The Mighty Spoiler of Trini- and Two-Gun Smoky will be on
dad and Panama's Lord Cobra stage tonight at the Colon Are-

To Whom it May Concern:

This will serve to notify our clients residing in
Panama and the public in general. that, effective
November 1st, 1955, only those Automobile Property
Damage Certificates commencing with No. 23776 and
bearing the rubber stamp "1956" across the original
will be valid and acceptable to the National Union
Fire insurance Company.
The Company, therefore, rejects any responsibil-.
ity for golioies notso enumerated and marked.
The above remarks are not applicable to Auto.
mobile Property Damage Certificates issued prior to
November 1st 1955, nor do they affect our full cover-
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Runner Gets Suspension

For Accepting Too Much

Expense Money Jn Calif.

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 31 (UP).--Whether Wes San-
tee, America's fastest miler in history, will be eligible to com-
pete in next year's Olympic Games remained an open que.s-
. %Ipn today after his suspension by the Missouri Valley A.A.U.
u Regional Committee.
,.' The committee suspended Santeee, now in the Marine
.. Corps, yesterday after a hearing on charges he accepted too
much expense money when he competed In California last
Summer. It was on June 4 last year that Santee set an Amer-
lean record of 4:00 6 for the mile at Compton, Calif.
Whether the suspension will last long enough to keep
Santee out of the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, Australia,'was
not made clear, but a committee member, who declined the
use of his name. held out hope the lanky former University
of Kansas star wouad be able to compete.





Rodolfo Francis

New Featherweight

Champion of Panama
Rodolfo Francis, 125, be-
came Panama's new feather-
weight champion last night,
by virtue of his TKO victory
over Melvin Bourne, 1241', In
:1:33 of the ninth round. The
match which took place at the
Panama Gym, had been set
for 15 heats.
In other bouts: Sammy Me-
dina, 128. earned a split dec-
alon over Rafael Brathwalte,
128.1, Black Bill, TKO'ed Al-
fredo Marshall. 124. In 1:15 of
the third; and Dicky Brath-
walte, 121, stopped Tony Shaw,
120'.- in 1:40 of the fourth.

Baseball World

Pays Last Respects

To Clark Griffith LS

-The baseball world-bleacher
fans, front office executives and
outstanding players--pays it;;
'last respects today to Clark
G Oriffith. American League pion-
A. eer who devoted more than a
-- -, half century to the game.
S- ---- The "Old Fox," as Griffith was
- _--- '"r.ffectionatelv referred to by as-
_* isoclate- and ardent baseball
fans, died last Thursday after a,
five-day battle with a massive
stomach hemorrhage and com-
Scores of his former associ-
Sates friends and admirers gath-

At the Panama Rod and Reel
Club's Cocktail Party held at
Hotel El Panama on Thursday
afterifoon four ladise walked off
with eight trophies. From left
to right: Mrs. Velma Burkhart,
who received a special hotel El
Panama award for her 69834 lb
black marlin. which established

-The heavy south winds seem Lt Eldon Herron, Capt. R. C. ered at Hamllne M e t hodist a new Panama Bay Record for
to be abating now, and al- Clevenger. Capt. Warren j. Church (11 am. ESTi where women. Mrs. Tillie McConaghey
Ilyugh the seas are making up Roseborough, S8gt. Glenn Fits- funeral services were held for who received 2nd prize for her
Ifrl heavy in the bay. it looks Aater. MSgt. John Horrischak. the public. Private rites for the 314 lb. black marlin in Unlimit-
11 here will be fair winds and OLD MA -15th Naval Dist. family were held a half-hour ed Tackle Class caught during
11 r the tourna- Cdr. C. F. Napier, Cdr. D. H. earlier, the 3rd International Marlin
ts are reminded Morgan. Lt (jg) J. McBride, Lt. A Masonic graveside ceremony and Sailfish Tournament is
for paying the 1hig A. Byers, Ymc R. W. Shen- at the Fort Lincoln Cemetery holding a trophy given by the
vember first. ston. followed the church services. Panama Tourist Commission.
cilitate those F. Icaza y Cla. SA. donor ol Active pallbearers for Griffith. Mrs. Chubby Wright holds three
so long, Mrs. four prizes for the tournament, co-founder of the American
treasurer will be has announced to the Panama League and owner-president of
alboa Yacht Club from Marlin Club that any boat own- the Washington Senators. in-
p.m. until 8:00 p.m. tomor- er desiring 1956 tide tables may cluded Masons who are either QITOu
November the first for the soon obtain a free copy at the;r in baseball or were in former
venlence of the late entrants store at Ave. Justo Aroseme-a years.
S ve may also be contacted at No. 1. Honorary pallbearers included
-5124 or at Quarters 514 (Hos- President Eisenhower and for- h
pital Areu'Ft. Clayton In case m mer Presidents Hoover and Tru-jS tra ily t,,
I l S, at the Yacht Cluo Dunlop Tourney man, Korean President Syng-
a r d services teams To re man Rhee, Vice President Rich-
be, e.fh. n sad.i^ av tr e variou a t r M. Nixon, former Vice Presi- The Stud Chumungu's steadi-
a *jss pip varu^ EXtended W dtOM4hn Nance Garner, base- iv Improving Chilean horse.Que-
ceoBoa% eaou ballfflcials, members of the natoos 'yesterday afttoono
Ir Due to lack of entries in some Washington club. and of the lived up to expectations ana
S Q-56-USARCARI of the flights in the Dunlop press, radio and television, raced to his third consecutive
Col. H. S Tubba. let Lt. Don- tournament the time limit for victory in the featured $600
ald R. Martin, 8fc Robert H. El playing qualifying rounds will be A personal friend of every Class D six-and-one-half fur-
14 Sfre. Colon L. Cowart, p2 extended to Sunday at 6 p.m., it president since Taft, Griffith long sprint at the Juan Franco
S 8l Colon L. Cowar. MSt was announced today. originated the idea of having race track.
S C. Hawkns Jr.. Mgt. First round matches will be the chief executive throw out
alkr Price, MSgt. Eugene B. played the following week. the first ball each year to start Quematodos went off a heavi-
Walkeri. Played l w wee the season. ly backed second choice. The
EUREKA-lSth Naval District Over the past weekend in the favorite, Alormina, had only a
Lti (ig) 0. L. Brown. Lt. <43g first flight of the tournament F small amount more bet on him
t. F. Ball, Ch. P. Clk. D. W. Anibal Galindo tied with Hector innish Soccer to win.
Fibyd, Mine 0. G. Lane. Etc. O. Rey Valdes. Both turned in For three-quarters the dis-
tHoward, Enl L. L. Erickson, scores of gross 71 one stroke T earn Swamps US tance it seemed that the form
Cdr. K. R. Roberts, Lt. (jg) under par. i players had the race doped cor-
P. P. Hunter, Mm] R. H. Moss, In the second flight Jim Des- HELSINKI. October 31 -(UPi rectly when Alormina led by
WIi F. J. Rhodes, Ynl J. E. Nel- Londes played a gross 77 and -The Finnish national soccer four lengths with Quematodos
14n. with a 9 handicap he has net 68. evenn beat the US Armed in closest pursuit. However,
iF-6-805 Caribbean Air Com. Roberto Torres shot a 77. He Forces Olympic soccer team hv.Quematodos started to gain
'Capt. H. C. Holk. Capt. T. C. also has a 9 handicap so is tied six goals to zero in a one-sided steadily before they hit the mile
C aiborne. M8gt. Frank Root.. with DesLondes at 68. match at the Helsinki Olympic pole and was only one length
MSfrt. Monsles Dominguez. SSgt. In the third flight Geo M Boyd Stadium yesterday The half- behind the leader turning into
V. Sprinkles, TSgt. R. L. Umber- scored 89. With his 21 handicap time score was two to zero for the homestrpfrh
gfr, MaJ. Gen. Reuben C. Hood, it gave her a net 68. the Finns. I Alormina folded completely in

L Complete Prize-'inning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1912, Sunday, October 30, 1955
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided In two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each.

First Prize 5472

Second Prize 8904

Third Prize 9057


' 3,200 00

$ 6,600 00

M. Prism N,. PPrma No Prime No.0 Prism No. Priest No. Prize N. Pri No. Priz Prizes No Pr No PrieS
213.6 0'!72 13260 2072 132.00 3072 1.1200 4f72 13200 5072 132.00 6 072 132.00 7072 1?700 6072 132.00 9072 132 00
S 12.00 II112 132.- 2172 13200 3172 13200 4172 13200i 5172 1320XO 6172 1200' ;172 112fi0 8172 13700 9172 132.00
S13220 1 i/2 132-0 2272 132.6 3272 1320 472 132N I 5272 132.08 6272 13200 72.? I ,. ? nn 272 132.00 9272 132.00
13222 157 2 32.6 2372 13260 3372 1320 43172 13201 5372 13200 6372 13201 7172 11.OP 8L372 13200 9372 .1200
S2,20.02. 1472 2,280 0 2472 2,20 06 3472 2,200.0 047? 2.20000 5472 44.000 00 6472 2.2on1 ot 7472. 2.2nf. fi 1472 2, 2000 9472 2.200.00
T2 1321.0 1572 132.66 2572 13200 3572 13200 4572 112of I.5572 132.00 6572 132 00 7 12 0; n 8572 132 on 9572 131.00
S 132.0 I-72 122. a72 232 a 3672 132 00 4672 132 672 132 on5872 32 6672 142 0n 7; 7 *1 ? or q672 13200 9672 112.00
I 132.3' 17 132.00 2772 1320 3772 132.0M 4772 112.110 1 5772 132.60 6772 132.00 7772 i 1n 8772 132 0 9772 112 00
i 32.6 17S1 132.06 2672 232.00 3872 232.00 4872 132.00 i 5372 132.00 6872 132 00 7x72 2123 oir 672 132.00 9872 13200
072 MSe 1 12 132 M 072 132.00 3972 132.00 4 72 132.00 5972 132.00 6972 132.00 7972 112 on 8972 132.00 9972 132.00

Approximations Derived From First Prize

m 1M 00 2S 44.@ I s469 44000 I 5471 440.*0 I474 442o I 2 5470 6 44' n So 4 0.*0 580 4450 2
M4 MM 40.0 44 I 0 440.00 I 5473 440 00I 2 5 440.7 M 0 547T 44n n 5479 4401 I 48,1 440.0 |

Approximations Derived From Second Prize
Not 2" .0,2 964 I220 -0
1 2 M1 36 4 20 204 22.0 3W4 220 00 4M54 22 JO 5114 220 M 6914 4o nI 7M04 220.60 090 221.-0
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Ps-wining Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: 1st in Panama, 2nd in Veraguas. 3rd in Colon
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending .i 2 and not included In the above list win Forty-Four Doings (A.NM) a .dL
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprise the two series "A and B"

Slm ted by: ALBSRTO ALEMAN. Governor of lhe Province of Panama -2 Ced 47-12155
'he Reoresentative 01 The rreasurn RICARDO A SELENDEZ

S-btm Btites. 'C 2-1523
ManOel Viemnte PFlma. Cdd. No. 47-21199

Notary pblUc, Panama

prizes in her hands one for the at the top of the woman's class
biggest sailfish caught by a for this type of game fish. Mrs.
woman, 148 lbs., and which is a Virginia Spencer, no mean [ish-
World's Record was given a hil- erwoman herself is seen here
ver platter bv the Panama In- holding a silver platter donated
surance Company and her name by the Panama Insurance Cor-
was engraved on theft large per- pany for the biggest marlin
mament trophy which is on dis- caught by a woman (331 lbs.,
play all year long at Hotel El during 1954 and thereby got her
Panama. Another silver platter name engraved on the perma-
;was awarded her by the'Fuerza nent trophy. Another platter
y Luz as a 1st prize for a 130 lb. donated by the Social Spectator
sallfish in the 30 lb. class. Magazine was won for her 1.t
caught during the 3rd Interna- prize 31 lb. Ilolphin (30 lb. test
Ytional Marlin and Sailfish Tour- classic caught during the 3rd In-
nament. The sailfish trophy in international Marlin and Sallfish
her hand was donated by C'as. Tournament. The silver shell
S. Abernathy as a 2nd prize for dish donated by The American
a sail weighing 110 lbs. in the Bazaar was for her 1st prize
30 lb. test class, during the tuna (181i lbs.) in the 30 lb.
same tournament. This sailfish class, caught during the same
'record of Mrs. Wright's puts her tournament.

dos Races To Third

Victory In Feature
the drive and even lost the 2-Supper Girl $2.80, 2.20.
place to Orong finishina M*M --43x.plxpteess $2.20.
Btuardo wNch hatd trailed mos$ Donble,. $16.40.
of the distance. Quematodos re- EIGHTH RACE
turned $4.40 per win ducat, and 1-Tempestad $10.60, 2.80, 2.20.
$40 60 in the one-two combina- 2-Moon Beam $2.20, 2.20.
tion with Maria Stuardo. Rio 3-Beduino $2.20.
Negro, Jaquimazo and Mirza- Quiniela: $6.40.
toats were trailers. Cristian Re- NINTH RACE
bolledo rode the winner. He al- l-Quematodos $4.40. '3 60, 2.20.
so scored with Don Grau to top 2-Maria Stuardo $22.20, 2.20.
the riders. 3-Alormina $2.20.
The day's best win odds, how- One-Two: S40.60.
ever, were registered in the TENTH RACE
nightcap when slow starting 1-Lion's claw $28.20, 9.
Riomar displayed unusual early 2-Escorial $4.60.
speed to get up in time for vie ELEVENTH RACE
tory in the four-and-one-half 1-Riomar $55, 7.80. 5.60.
furlong dash. Riomar paid $55 2-Arranquin $4, 3.20.
straight. In the previous race, 3-Golden Glass $7.40.
another upsetter, Lion's Claw,
made some moonshooters happy Phili .ll
with a $28 20 win payoff in a Philippines Will Not
fourhorse field.
Yesterday's excellent program In lymp
even produced a dead heat, the InOlympic

firsi at te track in a long tlne
-wken Montero and Sixsola
crossed the finish line simul-
taneously in the third race.
The dividends:
1-Cadrino $10,80, 5.20, 3.80.
2--Charming Prince $3.20, 2.40.
3-Coronelino $9.20,
1-Copar $3.80, 3, 3.
2-Vain Darling $5, 3.
3-My Dear $3.60.
Double: $21.60.
1-x-Montero $4.80, 5, 4.40.
2-x-Sixaola $9.60, 7.60, 3.
3-Joe $4.
One-Two: $48.
1-Don Grau $11.80, 15, 3.80.
2-Curazalefi $4.60, 3.
3-Tampol $5.60.
Quiniela: 564.80.
1-Black Gold $3.40, 2.20.
2-Metto $3.60.
1-Florera $9.60, 4.40, 8.20.
2-Royal Emblem $4.80, 3.20.
3-Hurlecano $8.20.
1-Mufti $3.80, 2.80, 2.20.

Soccer Championship
MANILA, Oct. 30 (UP). -The
Philippines will definitely not
compete in the qualifying round
for the world football champion-
ship in the Melbourne Olympics
next year, the Philippine Ama-
teur Athletic Federation an-
nounced today.
Visa-trouble for both the Phil-
ippines and Communist China
forced the local federation to
cancel the country's participa-
The Philippines drew Red Chi-
na and was supposed to play
host in the first game but since'
there is no diplomatic relationsI
between the two countries, if was
impossible to grant visas for the
Chinese players to enter the
The foreign office would not
give visas for the Filipinos to go
to the Chinese mainland.
The last alLernative was for
the games to be played in a neu-
tral place like Honk Kong but'
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narrowly escaped falling at te
second jump when the horse
crashed the top rails and stum-
bled to his knees on landing. He
recovered however and went on
to finish the course with only
one additional knockdown for a
total of eight faults. Lt. W. A.
Ringrose was next on Hollyford.
He, too, had two knockdowns for
eight faults. When Lt. P. J. Kier-
nan came into the ring on Bal-
lynonty he knew that he had to
have a perfect round to win. At
that point no rider had been a-
ble to go clean. But Kiernan
rose to the occasion and eased
the horse over each jump in
perfect form to clinch the vic-
The only other perfect ride of
the evening came from Mexico's
Gen. Humberto Mariles on Chi-
huahaua II. His faultless per-
formance gave his team second
The Mexican team got off to
a bad start when Miss Eva Val-
des riding 14 de Agosto had a
refusal at the fifth obstacle.
This gave her three faults and
she got four more when the
horse knocked down the jump
down in retaking it. Four more
were added for a knockdown on
the tenth fence. She was also
given 234 time faults.
Lt. .Roberto Vinals had a bet-
ter round on Acapulco scoring
only four faults for one knock-
down. That made the teams to-
tal 17N faults.
Third. place.went. to Canada.
Dougls .joodhad1. 12,jaulta on
chance play. Riding Dark Horse,
L. J. McGuinnes had a refusal
and three faults. And W. R.
Ballard on Oregon Duke made
the total 19 when he had one
knockdown -for four faults.
It was a bad night for the
United States taem. They had
to be content with fourth place
when Hugh Wiley turned in a
16 fault round on Coq de
Guerre'. Charles Dennehy Jr.,
had four faults on Pill Box and

Today the teams will move on
to New York for another week
of competition at the National
Horse Show which begins Tueo-

Bob (erv Sparks

Yankees To 4-2 Win

With 400-Ft. Homer
OSAKA, Japan, Oct. 30 (UP).-
The New York Yankees did not
get a man to second base in five
innings but Bob Cerv hit a 400
foot three-run homer in the
sixth inning to spark the Brown
Bombers to a 4-2 victory over the I
All-Pacific League stars today.
The Yankees now have won
six games and held to a 1-1 tie
in their goodwill series thus far.
Billy Martin played at third
instead of Andy Carey who was
nursing a foot hit by a pitched
ball yesterday. Gil McDougald
shifted from second to Martin's
spot at short thus far on the cur-
rent tour while Jerry Coleman
took the keystone sack post. Bob
Cerv and not Mickey Mantle
started at center.
Mantle pinchhit for Yankee
aceJSouthpasw Whitey Ford In-the
seventh with two on ban but
rd.anQ~lA f with afol.
rtopu9 to third.

The llnescore:
Yankees 000 003 010- 4 5 1
Pacific 000 000 110 2 8 1
Ford, Larsen (7), Konstanty
(8) and Berra, Silvera (6).
Kajimoto, Yonekawa (4), Ka-
wamura (7), Nishimura (9) and
Luis, Hibino (9).
Winning pitcher Ford. Los-
ig% pitcher Yonekawa. Homer
- Cerv.

Flowers as advance apology from Jeff Chandler.. .in

TODAY at the "CENTRAL" Theatre.
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Gentlemanly Jeff Chandler made his apologies in ad-|
vance for the roughing up he had to administer to Joan
Crawford during one of their bir; fight scenes in Universal-
International's torrid love s'ory "FEMALE ON THI
BEACH," in wnich the pair co-star with Jan Sterling.
The morning ot the cay the big fight was to go before
the camera Mias Crawford fo'.nd in her dressing room a
huge bouquet on flowers from hei leading man, together
with a note a,,cing forgiveness or having to behave in such
an ungentlemanly fashion. Advt.

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IIrish Army -Horse Team

Wins Presidents's Trophy

At Pennsylvania Show

HARRISBURG, Penn., Oct. 31 William Stenkraus had 12 on
-(UPi-The Irish Army horse Night Owl, for a team total of
show team won the team cham- 32.
pionship event and the Presi-
dent's Perpetual Trophy at the A touching ceremony was pre-
Pennsylvania National Horse sented after the Irish riders had
Show here Saturday night. been awarded their trophy. Last
In an event that presented the year the Mexican team won the
riders with a particularly diffi- Michael 0. Turbridy Memorial
cult course of twelve five foot Trophy In competitions here at
jumps the three Irish 'riders New York, and at Toronto. Bat-
added up a total of fewer faults urday, Gen. Mariles gave thp
than any other team to ring trophy to Mrs. Michael G. Tu-
down the curtain on the inter- bridy, widow of the former Irian
national jumping events hero team member, for her daughter
this year. Ann in memory of her father
who so gallantly rode the horse
Ireland's first rider was Capt. that won for the Irish here Sat-
Kevin Barry on Ballynetty. He urday night.


Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears Hottest Pro Grid Teamc I

Footbah Scores OnTheAleys. Leo Durocher Teams Take Respective


Mmi ZI ............... PIt
Pena Stateo. 20 ....... Pn I
Princeton 14 .......... Bown
Army 27 ........... Colati
Yale 20 .......... D mnoutwh I
". Conell 84 .......... Columbla 11
Xavier 19i..... s Colle"ge
Vilaneva 16 ........ Richmond 1
Syracuse 49 ...... Holy C6ms I
Cenn. 20 ...... New Hampshire
lsckell 26 .......... Harvard 2
Unlen 14 .......... William (
Lehilh 27 ............ Temple 1
Scrnton 25 ....... Muhlberm 12
Car. Tech 16 .... Wash. & J*ff.
S Urninus 14 .......... Wagner I
Delaware 33 ......... Rutgers
Middlebury 7 ....... Noich
Worcester 45 ....... Remselaer I
Am 4r. nst. 32 ... Now Britain 1
S Mats. 54 ........... Veomont 1
I Ind. Tchn. 13 ...... Lockliaven (
S Cetland Tchrs. 25 .... Hollera I
lpsala 19 ........ Kings Poit 1
Trinity 27 ........ Coas Guard (
p Wesleyan 26 ...... Swarthmmere
. Geneva 20 ...... Slppery Rock d
Weetminister 7 .... Waynesburgl
r Natl. Aggles 20 ... Dist. e Col. (
S Calif. Tchr. 19 ........ Clarion
S Maine S .............. Colby
lowdeln 1I .......... at" 0
Blthaiy 27 ........ Allghegny 11
IMandek 26 ........ Bridgeport 1
Rochester 20 ....... Oberlin 7
Hobart 26 ....... St. Lawrence 14
Moravia& 35 ..... Albright 13
W. Md. 11 .... Frank. & Marsh. I
Tufts 46 ............ Amberst 2(
Shippeabumr 14 ...; Millrville 2
1. Stromudab'e 40 ... K.etetwn 14
Brockport 21 .......... Ithaca
Gettvebur 15 ....... Lafayete 14
St. Vinent 2 ..... b. Valley 14
Alfred 26 ........... Buffalo 14
PMC 14 ..... Lycomlng 1
Thiel 19 ...... ... Grave City 13
New Haven 25 .... *loomnmabr 21
Juniata 54 ..... Squhann C
Akron 53 .......... Ken State
Drexel 34 ...... John Hopkins 13
Chlney 7 ........... TreAiin n
S Salem 27. ............ Glenvill 1
iairmint, 14 ....... W. LiUrty 8
concord (W.Va.) 7 ... PotemSe 6
Franklin 13 .......... Eahori 7
Shode Island 20 ...... Sp'fleld 7

S Tuhene 2.. ........... Auburn 13
Maryload 27 .... South Carolinea
Gorgla Tch 27 ........ Duke 0
S MINssisippi 29 ............ LSU 2(
Miss. State 20 ... N. Tax. Sate 7
Vanderbilt 34 ........ Virginia 7
Georgia 35 .......... Alabama 14
S Konmucky 20 ............ tIcO is
Clhtons 19 ..... ake r st 13
Tenesee 48 ...... N. Cajolina I
Gn. WaskhIn.l. 13 ....... VPI 7
N.C. State .3 .......Puman 7
Presbyterian 20 ...... Catawba 13
Southwestern 33 ....... MilNa 7
Rand..Mawn 19 ... Pickmion' 0
Wm. & Mar 20 .......... VMI 1
Carolina 13 .... ApMlchln 0
Nelbriea 1. ........ insaw 4 0
Jacksonville 36 ....i.ii S6. 1*
Davidon 25 .......... Steln 13
lion 19 ....... Wimrn Carolina 6
Hewberry 20 ......... Guilford 13
Shepherd 41 ........ G.lludet 13
Len.-Rhyme 20 ........ EmiHen 9
11. Tenn. St. 14 .... Tenn. T th 6
Lm-inesto.14 ........ oenhees 12
Aishland 7 ........ Wilmlnton 6
Carey KMin.) 33 ........ Troy 0
Pen'* Navy 35 .. Parris I. Mar. 6
Noe'ast L. a25 vings'W (Ala.) 12
Bth'.-Cook'n 13 .... Misn Ind. 13
IotroeDme l1 .......... Mey 7
Michlgn 33............ Iowa 21
Mich. State 27 ...... Wisconsin 0
Ohio State 49 .- ..N*rthwtern 0
Purdue 13 ............ Illinois fa
Nabrasi 19 ......... Kansa 14
Minn. 25 ....... Southern Cal. 19
Woi. U. 27 .... Wash. & Lo 0
h'dlaua 21 ......... Ohio U. 14
West V is i i 39 ... Marow.t* 0
MAliml (0.) 19 .... Kent State 7
Mo. VaI. 13 .... WMn. Jw@11 f0
Droke 27 ........ 1 w State 21
Stevens Polnt I .... n Chlr 0
N. (ND) Tchn. 21 S. NOI) Tch. 0
Wichita 21 ......... Houeton 7
lvanIlk 33 ........ Imd. State 19
Hamilton 6 ........... Kyenn 0
Denlon 13 a ........ Wittfenbre I
MttawW (Kon.) 38 .... Bohkanv 0
Washb. (Ken.) 33. SW (Ken.) 7
Ind. Central 7 .......... Tiylor 6

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give you speedy reliethis way:
Take jut teaspoon of r.
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upset from overindulgence.
The mild laxation which may also
accompany its alkaline action helps
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JoUn arnll i .... Case Tees
Valparaso 24 ..... .... iller
IBowling ree 27 .... MaraMall
Il. Normal 20 .......... Louis
Ce 3 .................. Kx
Deiret 0 ........... Cincinati
St. Olaf 47 ........ Menmelu
Western Reserve 7 .... Wayne
luffton 20 ........ Malnchetr
Fludlay 60 ....... N. Michean
Bettines 7 .......... Illedale
Black Hilh 24 .... Beadle Tehn.
St. Jsephs 2 ...... all Sate
IlI. Wesleyan 19 ...... Miikin
Platterville 33 .......... Loas
Central MIch. 63 ... Milwawkes
Andenon 21 ........ Defiae
Heldiebel 27 ...... Mt. Union
HIll Dale 41 ........ Kalamaeue
Hope 52 .............. Olivee
St. Ambrose 7...... LaCrmse
Wheten 12 ...... No. Central
Eurka 12 ........... Principle
Lake Forest 7 ...... Elmhrst
Hirm 28 ..... Ot.... te Or
Muskingum 54........ Capital
Oi Northe r 19 .... Marietta
Chattanga 7 ........ Daystn
Ohio Wasleyae 42 .... Sewane
Ft. Hay 27 ...... St. Bnodicte
Albion 20 .............. Alma
Pitsburgh 7 ....... Empola St.
La. Poly 2 ........ .SW La.
Westrn II. 1S .... Soth'n III
Lawrence 6 .......... Carletn
DePauw 19 ............ Belt
Murray State 22 .... Morhiad
St. Norbt's 3t ... Whitewater
Iowa St. Tcnr It .... Mern'de
Parsons 2.......... Wa~tbur
Luther 20......... Aumustan
Cornell (low) 13 .... Grinnell
Simpson 25............. Central
IIL Chicago 19 ...... Roe Poly
Cencordia 14 ............ Dana
Morhead 1 .... Mich. Tech
MichianM Newal 14 .... IN.
Carrl 7 ... ........ Wbah
Bouen Vista 14 ...... Dubuque
ethel 19 ............. aker
Cap Girardeau 13 ... Cm. Me.
North Dakota 21 ... Dak. St.
S. Dak. St. 27 .. Dakota
Centre 27............ H wvr
W. Va. Was'n 35 ... DavyIslEk.
SMaryIlle 11 ............ Roll
NW Okl. 19 .......... Sterling
C. Okla. St. 21 ... Memohis N'y
Hastinle 4 .... Nab. Wesleyan
GaU's Ael's 13 St. Tk'a (Minn)
KrkI'Io (Me.) 21 Snr~l4 (Mof)
Oklahoma 46 .... Kansa State
Arkansas 7 ...... Texas AM
Txas 19 .............. SMU
TCU 2 ............... alor
Oklahoma A&M 14 ... ..Tuls
SW Okla. St. 59 ...... SE State
McNes- 17 ...... Lamar Teck
Panhandle 28 ...... Ari. State
I. Texa St. 14 .. Sam Houston
S. ArkSt. 19..... Little Rock
Arkansas Ties. 1 ... Ouachita
Arkansas AM 21 .. Ark. Tech
Trinity (Tax.)n 4 .. S tLa.
Ark. State 21 .... Memphis St.
Txas Tach 27 .... W. Tias St.
Texas AiM 13 .... Stephen Au*.
S. Ure 27 .... Ten. Luotoelan
H11w6 P981t81 Neft Ie ta.
Colp. oCr'r 20 NHm. niv. (Me.)
Austin 45 ... Loueisiana COH
N. Max. MR7.7. N. Maw. WM's
Ariz. St. (Tampe) 69 Har'n-Sim.
Adams(Cel.)St. 14 H.Mex.Hilds.
UCLA 47 ......... .California
Missouri 20 .......... Colorau
Oreon State 13 .. W-ahngeo
Colorado A*M 12 ... Mentava
Wyomlng 14 ... Brigham Yenwl
Denver 33 .........N. Mexico
Colored Sf 14 .... CCo. Mina
Idaho State 20 .... Montena St.
Utah te 39 .... Fron State
Omaha 27 ........ Northern I.
Cole. West. 29 .... Cole. Cal.
Rocky Mountaln 13 .... Caroin
Stanford 34 ...... San JJo St.
Oreon 25 .............. Idaho
Western St. 48 .... Colornd C.
Pomona 21 ...... Lone Reach
Kamnas Froth 33 .... AF Acad.
Chce St. 47 .......... Nevada
E. Washinenf 19 .. C. Walh'n
La Verne 21 ........Cal. Poly
Pac. Lutheran 14 .. W. Weash'
San DI eo 7 ........ Prisc St.
Lewis & Clark 34 ... Wil'mtte
E. Oreon 26. ... .. Portfld
Col. of Pa. 30 ...... Wash. St.
Whitman 21 .......... Linflfil
Was'n (Colo.)St. 48 .. Celo. Cal.
So. Oeeen 33 .... Oromn lSth
Florida A&M 60 ...... Xavier
Pralrieview 26 ...... Ark. A&M
Virginia St. 17 .... Virgiania Us.
Haward 19 ........ Fayettevllle
Hampton 35 .......... LInoln
AllOn 26 .......... Knowvilis
NC. Col. 27 ......... Shaw
bel. State 37 ........ St. Paul
N.C. AST 14 .... Menr State
Maryland St. 45 ........ Wilks
Eluefleld St. 19 .... W.Ve. St.
Morris 25 ............. Pain
Ft. Valley 13 ... Tuskaege Int.
Moreheuso 23 .......... Clark
Grambling 41 ......... Jaockso
Albany Sta 23 .... Savannah
Wins'n SOI'm 19 .. Jon'n Swn'k
Texa South. 20 ..... Lsngmo
So. Carelina St. 7 ... Ala. ArM
Mile 25 ............... Lane
Southern 33 ....... Teas Col.
Batte 19 ........ Mffr SmIth

Areat Lakes 19 ... Balnbridge 12
Fort Still 48 .. Fort Ca-mn 6
Dover AFB 25 .... Newp't HAS 0
Montreal 41 ..... Hamilton 14
Toronto 29 ......... Ottwa 13
Baltimwe 14 ...... Green Bay 10
Ceral Gable 6 ..... Edgewater 0
Ft. Piere 3 ........ Po.mpano 0
Middlotnm 14 ....... Carver 13
Staunte 20 ......... megebrer 7
GOred 19 ......... Wat FPaiu 7
Ne lbda 27 ......... Sywen 0
ieekmrt 16 ...... P-- I 3
Vwlg 24 ........ Ala. MclNyM 0

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hos a sand de e black belt
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The Max R. Stempel and Son
Insurancemen and the Seymour
Agency keglers maintained their
first-place tie in the Major
Bowling League last Tuesda
night when they each took
three points from their oppo-
nents. The Stempeleers, bowling
the Agenda Olud team, won a
poor-scoring first game, dropped
the second when he Glud oys
wakmed to the game, but. came
back to take the final game and
pintail for three points when
Billy Coffey hit a smooth 224
and Boyer a 210. For Stempel,
Bob Boyer had 587 to lead fol-
lowed by Coffey with 568 and
followed by Joe Feger with 558.
For Glud, McGarvey had 545
and Granata 522.
Meanwhile, the Seymour A-
5ency won the first two games
From I. Homn Company,
dropped the final and took pin-
fall. In doing so they stayed in
a tie with the Stempel insur-
ancemen for first place. Bill
Rogers was high for Seymour,
followed by Colbert with 567 and
Kaolin with 551. Bud Balcer led
Homa with 578, followed by Ly-
ons with 557.
On adjacent alleys, Colonial
Insurance surged back with a
4-point victory over Tahiti
Jewelry. George Zeletes scored
621 to lead Colonial, followed
by Oleichman with 554, while
for Tahiti, Lane had a 549.
In the final match, Summt
Hills Golf Club and the Fuerza
y Luz teams split the four
points, with the Fuerta y Luz
getting really steamed up it the
final game and scoring the
highest tega me this season
so far with a whopping 1,046,
and the second-highest series
with a 2.900. Captain Pilachow-
ski scored a bic da with gares
of 201, 234 and 221 to lead the
Fuersa y Lu team, followed by
Tony Luttenberger with 629 and
games of 216, 168 and 246. The
246 was the high game of the
evening in the league, and P11-
achowski's 656 high series. Mc-
Clarty followed Luttenberger
with 569 and Dan Thomas had
558. For Summit..Ed KUnkle was
high with 608. followed -by Ja-
cober with 587.
The team standing after six
Team WeonLed lPet
Stempel and so 15 .35
Seymour Agency 15 9 .625
H. I. Homa CO. .... 12 12 .500
Agenda Glud .... 12 12 .500
Colonial Ins...... 13 11 .542
Tahiti Jewelry .... 11 13 .45
Summit Hill GC .. 1 1 13 .458
Fuerza y Lus ..... 7 17 .292

The ten high-average bowlers
for the six weeks:
Name Games Ave.
Coffey .. .. .. .. 18 210+0
Balcer .. .. .... .. 18 196+8
Sehirmer .. ...... 18 194+9
Jacober .. ...... 18 193+12
Lane .. ..-.. .. 18 180+5
Zeletes .. .. .. .. 18 187+5
Naelin .......... 18 18+15
Herman ........ 18 186+12
Meoarvey ......15 188+10
Colbert .. ....18 1886+4
The scores of the play:
Agenda Glud
Granata 185 201 15 522
Klumpp 159 171 145 475
Kelly 144 185 157 486
Woodcock 125 219 153 497
McGarvey 188 180 179 545
799 56 790 2523
Max R. Stempel and Sea
Wilber. .156 154 183 473
Veger 199 179 180 658
Boyer 166 211 210 587
Winquist 187 147 137 471
Coffey .. 17 171 224 568
881 862 934 3677

Nelson .
Lowande .
Almeda .
Balcer .

. Homs Co.
167 202
171 172
174 155
155 141
192 160
859 830



Seymour Agency
Bates 169 149 161 479
Kaelin 188 172 191 551
Hammer .. 185 169 191 545
Rogers .158 201 228 587
Colbert 200 191 176 567
900 882 947 3729
Tahiti Jewelry
Hermann 206 174 138 516
Snellbaker 166 187 148 501
Albrltton 181 180 165 526
Lane 187 182 180 549
Larrabee 188 179 156 523
928 902 "785 215
Colonial Insurance
Schirmer .. 183 199 163 545
Burgis 201 180 160 541
Pue 210 151 167 528
Zeletes 171 217 233 621
lelchman 166 200 188 554
931 947 911 2789
Summit Hills Golf Club
Jamison 191 151 201 543
Oustawson 167 150 177 494
Anderson -206 18 175 563
Kunkle 221 205 180 606
Jaceber 212 215 100 587
9W7 303 3OW 2793
FPem y Lu,
McClarty 168 188 213 560
Thmasu 208 180 170 5M
Lutte berr 215 168 248 629
PUaehvwMk 281 354 8656
Welh 181 111 1 4Naa
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LOOK OUT BELOW-A football doesn't stand a chance of
staying together when Herb Diedrich pounces on it. He weighs
335 pounds, stands five-foot, eight inches and is only a junior at
Dundee, Ill., High. Herb wean the biggest football uniform
Sevr w.orn--n-size 56 pants, a 62 jersey.

1955 Was Rough Year

On Old-Timers But '56

Promises To Be Worse

NEW YORK, Oct. 31 (UP) -
It was a rough year on baseball's
old-timers and 1956 threatens
to be even worse.
A surprising number, f once-
great stars slipped out of the
picture-during and just after
laseason ,including Ralph Ki-
ner Eddie Lopat, Vic Raschi
Billy Cox, Johnny Sain, Hal
Newhouser, Alpha Brazle and
Eddie Joost.
Another group is forming up
for what may be the last time
around with Ulittle Phil Rizzuto
oD the Yankees, Bob Feller Q1
te Indians, Jackle "A n
the Dbdgers, and Ted Williams
of thd Red Box well up on the

to be traded to more suitable
surroundings since he rarely
saw eye to eye with Manager
Walt Alston.
Feller, 37, had a 4-4 round
with the Indians this year and
while he denies he's ready to
hang up his spikes there can't
be too many games left In the
one-time fireballer's sweeping
right arm. Feller, however, can't
be written off until he admits it
himself for he always has come
back before.
Murrv Dickson of the Phillies
and Enos Slaughter of the Ath-
letics are 39 by the record bqks.
Nelthr IJs interested In retilng
but a thing like that sneaks up
on even the sturdiest of the
bear-down ball players.

May Replace

Grimm In '56

NEW YORK, Oct. 31-(UP)-
Leo Durocher will replace Char-
lie Grimm as manager of the
Milwaukee Braves by next June
15 "if the club doesn't show sub-
stantial improvement by that
time," it was learned today.
Milwaukee officials feeling
that the Braves were lackadal-
sical the past season and
needed "more fire" in 1956,

Division Leads With

Impressive Victories
NEW YORK, Oct. 31 -(UP)- The Clevelad
Browns and Chicago Bears-profesional footballs
most successful teams-were the National
"hottest' clubs today as the huskies hit the halfway
mark in their seasons amid a swirl of player brawls.

considered hiring Durocher The- Browns (5-1) took the un-
after he left the Giants last Sunday, snapping a tie with the
month but decided to "go a- disputed Eastern Division lead
long with Grimm a little long- Pitssburgh Steelers (4-2) by de-
er," according to a high- eating the Chicago Cardinals, 26-
placed National League source. 20. The Philadelphia Eagles gave
the Browns a big assist by shut-
So instead of letting Grimm ting out Pittsburgh, 24-0. Cleve-
go, the Braves reshuffled their land now has won five straight
coaching staff, releasing John- in its bid for a 10th d iv sio n
ny Cooney and Bucky Walters crown in as many tries.
and bringing in a pair of "fierv
individuals" Fred Haney and The Bears' third straight victo-
Charlie Root In their place. ry was a key triumph that help-

"Both (Haney,and Root) have
the reputation of getting a lot
of hustle out of their ballplay-
ers." said general manager John
Quinn of the Braves when he
announced Haney's hiring last
Owner Lou Perlni does not
deny he personally told a U.P.
writer that he was "never
more confident we would win"
than he was at the start of the
1954 season.
Perini also felt the 1955 Braves
were strong enough to beat any
club in baseball. "including the
Yankees In the World Series."
Under Grimm, however, Mil-
waukee finished third in 1954
and second, 131.i games behind
the pennant-winning Dodgers,
during the past season.

Chilean Leads Team

To Spectacular

Horse Show Effort

(ITP)-Lt. Enrique Arias led his
troupe of Chilean "riders of the
Andes" through another speca-
cula performance 3tufq
bight with a saber bro
from an American Army officer
stationed at the Pesldlo.

At 37, insuto hopes to nbeig The 32-man toupe won a
on with the Yankees at least George Kell of the White Sox gre oto ag wit he
one more year aad then move is only 33 but has a chronic back grecitoatiri lls n wmid riding
on to another career in base- ailment that makes him a per- ansdodrilrse.ani g
ball as coach or minor league manent question mark. He has and daring horsemanship.
manager. Phil has slowed up assured Manager Marty Marion Arias used a cavalry saber to
manager. Phil has slowed up give salutes and orders to his
but still can play plenty of he'll give it another twirl nextme bu n orert h s
shortstop when his legs are season but* how long he can go f ored to use hand snignals after
rested. It's touch and go is anyone's guess. forced to use hand signals after
whether he'll stay. Hank Sauer of the Cubs, s. someone apparently stole the
had a miserable season In '55. saber from the tack room.
Williams, retired and then un- Ferris Fain of the Tiger& on- Mhea Breth of thap andresld
retired last spring, is 37 and ly 33, has a knee injury that heardof the frAis'up and offered
while he expected back again threatens his career. Sid Gr- his saber for Arias' use through-
while he is expected back again threatens his career. Sd Gor. out the 10 day performance at
next season nothing ever is ab- don, picked up by the Giants the 10 rand Natrormnal Livsn ack
solutely certain with Ted. He from Pittsburgh, has been cut fxoosltio National Lhow and Ro-
had a fine year with a batting loose again but hopes to land eooston Horse Show and Ro-
average of .356 In 98 games and a Job. deo -.
doesn't show his age on the allis Kinder of the Red Sox Mai. Bretch won his prize
field despite his trials in twice the leading graybeard at 41, s sword while in the Reserve Of-
the leading graybeard at 41orpsatt
regaining baseball form' after hard to figure and may stick TUniversity of Michi an. Thes-
hitches with the flying Marines. around longer than his age berwasity resented to Bretch bys-
Robinson has been talking re- would Indicate. But Jim Kon- thber was mented to Bretch byn.
tirement for several seasons, stanty. 38-year-old reliever of merican region.
chiefly because his 36-year-old the Yankees. isn't as good a risk.
legs have taken a severe pound- Jim was expendable part of last will be around for plenty of
ing through his football and season when the Yankees sent baseball not onlV next year but
baseball careers. He had the him temporarily to the minors thereafter. Yet, the pace is swift
worst season of his career in '55 to make room for other players in the majors these days and a
with a batting average of only on the Yankee roster. lot of them may be coming up
.256 and probably would prefer Some of these wise old birds for their last time around.

ea the Baltimore L Itrs eadlock
the Los Angeles Rams, 1-10, be-
fore 69,587 Los Angeles fanm aft-
er the Colts scored a 14-10 Satur-
day night decision over the green
bay packers.
In the other 8unday games, the
San Francisco Forty n i n e r s
handed the Detroit Lions t h e i r
sixth straight defeat, 38-21: and
the New York Giants defeated
the Washington Redskins, 35-7.
The Rams and Colts have 4-2
records and the Bears. Packers
and forty-Niners are only a game
behind with 3-3 marks while the
Lions (0-6) are last. In the East
the Redskins (3-31, Cardinals and
Eagles teach 2-3-1-) and the Gi-
ants (241 are strung out behind
the Browns and Steelers.

Sports Shorts

In baseball: An Indianapolis
newspaper The News says
the city has until Nov. 28 to de-
cide whether to buy Its Amer-
ican Association franchise from
the Cleveland Indians.
In horse shows: Charles Den-
nehy of Lake Forest, Illinois,
won a speed-trial event yeater-

CLEVELAND, Oct. 29-(UP)-
Jerry Hall, a Jockey's agent, was
suspended for the remainder of
the year by Cranwood race track
stewards yesterday for "admit-
tedly touting on the grounds of
the track." The track will refer
the case to the Ohio Racing
Commission with a recommen-
dation that Hall be barred per-
manently from the turf.

Don Paul scoewed a I
put retain ad at up wa at
proved the whinatg otaeUum
Otto Grahabm' ferw-yard: sil
had trouble subdauing the
ed Cardinals in the ral
to Ray Reafto-but the kW
Oie Matson and Harry
son of the Cardinals plus ClmW
lands Herschel Forester a 3d
Bob Gagin were thrown' our /I
fighting. Coach Paul Brown ajr
his Browns would have lost
the game had lasted a few mn
utes longer." Coach Ray Richar&
said fumbles and the o f fi i a c
stopped his Cardinals.
Ted Wegert, a rookie halfback
sidelined fir the past four weeta
with a foot injury, scored twi*
for the Eagles at Philadelphi.
Pittsburgh's Leon Campbell a jd
Bob Gaona and Philadelphila -
Chuck Bednidik were tossed Wt
for fighting. Steeler coach Wea
Kiesling was in a fighting amod
after the game.
"We played lousy football-n6
on any particular play but i
the whole works," P lesling sai.
"I can't understand it-a team
up there fighting for tle lead
yet not showing the determink-
tlon or wanting to win.
Fullback Joe Perry led t t
Forty-Niners, who lost 1 t h".
Bears last week, a th
Lions. Be scored wie a
gained 149 yards s
TD dash WOTn
off and his 69i
with a punt feit talk
triumph over
Buddy Young
scored Baltimore
against the visltin n p
Alan Ameche was the key offt.
sialve man for the winners, pJl,
ing 117 yards on 22 carried. a;.

Glenn pFord in

Clark Gable in
"Mutiny ,on the Bounty* n'

Todoy IDEAL. JO.20- .
Ralph Meeker, In

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


British Troops, Installations

SBy Cypriot Terrorists

of the Greek Orthodox church met
under the chairmanship of fiery
Archbishop Makarios yesterday to
launch a "fighting fund for the
national struggle for self determi-
The Holy Synod of he church
announced later that collect I o a s
for the fund would be made in all
Greek Orthodox churches on the
island starting next Sunday and
that "a substantial part" of the
fund would be devoted to aiding
the families of men held in jail by
British troops and police for ter-
rorist activities.
Makaros told a cheering crowd
of hundreds of Cypriots in a vil-
lage church at Pralimni, south of
here today that "we insist on liv-
ing free and we shall attain na-
tional freedom."
"We did our best to help Brit-
ain out of an impasse by making
certain concessions But we shad
concede no more. We stand firm
on our claim for self-determina-
In secret talks with the British
this month Markrios reportedly of-
fered to cooperate in the forma-
tion of a Cypriot government if
Britain would agree to recognize
the rights of Cypriots to self de-
termination at some later date.
Weli-informed sources said, Brit-
ish negotiators turned him down
after referring the matter back to

fing, Dancing

Part Of Summer Recreation

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the consisted of a representative if
sixth in the "Red Feather Series every military post and civilian
depitching the activities of the co-nmunity.
Canal Zone Community Chest. The board was divided into two SANTA ARRIVES-Tio Pepe and Uncle Dave, accompanied by
Approximately 1300 children took groups in 1952, one was named the hundreds of little neles and nephews greeted Santa Claus last
part this year in the U.S. Rate Local Rate Summer Recreat i o n Saturday morning on his arrival at the Sears Roebuck store on
Summer Recreation P r o r a m Board and the other Canal Zone Tivoll Ave.
which is another community or- Recreation Board, with e a c h The large crowd of children on hand to greet Santa (above)
ganization supported by fund s group having their own officers, came in answer announcements made only the day before
from the Canal Zone Community members and paid coordinators, over station HOG in English, and two days previous over' HOA in
Chest. The Canal Zgne Board handles Spanish.
For the participants -all child- the U.S. Rate program and de- Santa's arrival at Sears was greeted with squeals of delight from
ren who attend Canal Zone schools pends largely upon funds raised the children, most of whom came accompanied by their parents
-only a small registration fee annually through the Community or some elder relative. Before Santa's arrival many of the tiny
was required to supplement the Chest for its support. tots were interviewed both by Tio Pepe and Uncle Dave to whom
funds from the Community Chest. The goal of this years Canal they told what they wanted Santa to bring them at Chrismas
The aim of the Canal Zone Sum- Zone Community Chest drive is time. Some displayed their talent by singing and reciting
mer Recreation Board is to prov- $35,000. The drive opened October
ide a recreational as well as educ- 23 and runs through November 14. Additional Canal Zone policemen were called into action to
national vacation time. Adult vol- a t handle the trafflo problems brought about by the huge crowd of
unteer workers assist the children children and grownups which overflowed into the street. Encour-
during this program and are giv- aged by the radio announcements over HOG and Red Panameri-
en handicraft training previous to a cana the procession of tin tots in and out the Sears basement
class time for the children, thus NV S Illifi ll toy store kept up during the entire day Saturday.
benefiting the mothers as well
as their children. Changes In Blood
In addition to unit-size prog- I Bo
rams the children took part inoutOf A-Bomb Victims en. DeanD,Hero ofTaejon Qu
trips to local points of interest. In
some units, especially the milita- TOKYO. Oct. 31 (UP)-"There SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 31 (UP) trimmed with silver and fixed
ry ort sports activities we r e have n no reall s fant -The "Hero of Taejon" steps to a silver wreath, was first a-
combined with the handicraft pro- changes in blood compositin o down today., warded during Word War I.
gram the h ang inebloo ps o tstn orai Maj Gen. William F. Dean re- It is awarded only to an infan-
omme 25 adult worker gav the Jaanese exposed to radia-
Some 25 adult worker g a v e tion of atomic bombs dropDed tires after.32 years of military tryman whose performance is
their time to lead and teach the on Nagasaki and Hiroshima." a duty that brought him his coun- "satisfactory- in close c o m b at
children in such handicraftsasmember of the Atomic bomb ca. trys highest decorations and his with the enemy.
basket weaving, textile painting, sualty commission at Hiroshima men's adulation.
embroidery, cooper and woodwork, anid here today. Dean will close out his career The Army describes close conm-
dramatics, photography, dancing this afternoon with full military bat as combat with the r ifl e,
and social etiquette. The Atomic Bomb Casualty honors on a Presidio p a r a de grenade, bayonet, trench knife
The program coordinator w a s Commission member. Dr Wayne ground in the shadow of "the 19th and or bare hands.
Mrs. G. Parker. Truax. was one of five doctors century building in which he first
Most of the towns limited the f r o m the ABCC who are pre- went on active duty with the Ar- The rule-of thumb for the a-
recreation program to three days renting papers at the third se- my. ward is that it goes only to infan-
a week, although in more than mi-annual Far East air forces The Army is pulling all sotps to trymen whose duties place them
one instance the children were so medical conference which open- honor the 56-year-old deputy com- as close to the enemy as t h e ir
interested that they persuaded the ed today in Nagoya. Japan mander of the 6th Army, even to regimental command post.
volunteers to extend both hours His remarks were released to the unprecedented extent of a-
and days the public by Far East air forces warding him the combat infantry- Dean will wear the badge over
The summer recreation program here today, man's badge. the Congressional Medal of Hon-
was organized in 1948 by the Par- Dr. Truax said studies of 20.- Only one other general officer, or he won for conspicuouss gallan-
ent-Teachers Associat i on a n d 000 persons in Hiroshima and "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell, has ever try" at Taejon Korea, on July 20-
sponsored by the clubhouse divi- Nagasaki have revealed only a received the infantryman's badge. 21, 1950, shortly before his cap-
sion for the local rate and U S. small incidence of leukemia The Army awarded it to Stilwell ture by the North Koreans.
rate children. In 1950 the Schools among persons exposed to ra- on his deathbed wish. The badge will be pinned on his
Division assumed responsibilities diation in the Nagasaki and Hir The badge, a silver musket tunic by Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor,
of the program and the b o a r d oshima A-blasts. mounted 9n a flag blue plaque Army chief of staff.

By Russ Winterbotham and Ed Kudlaty

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landic novelist Hallador Klljan
Les has won the 1955 No-Bom be
'bel Prize for literature. The
63-year-old Stalin Trize win-
ner came back to take the NICOSIA, Cyprus, Oct. 31 (UP)
,.$36,720 award after barely los- Terrorists launched a series of
Ang to U.S. novelist Ernest bombing attacks in British troops
Hemingway last year. and m itary installations today
less than four hours after the lift.
e- ing of a dusk to dawn curfew on
fired Ionian tre islands main cities.
Military authorities lifted the e
curfews in Famgusta. Nicosia, and
George H. Buehler Varosha this morning.
Almost immediately three bomb-
P*i n Ill ing incidents were reported and a
P ies In Cl i0fonia0 police statement reveled that an-
other attack was made last night.
George H. Buehler. for many Main incident this mor n In g
ears administrative assistant came in the town of Varosha,
S olice id Fire D!valon, which has been unier a curfew
S nthe Pcen for nine days following an attempt
$led early yesterday morin by terrorists to murder a Royal
Palos Verdes Estates, California. Air Force Officer.
He was 66 years old. Terrorists threw two bombs at
military patrols in the town's nar-
News of his death was recelv- row streets this morning, but
ed Sunday night by his son, neither exploded.
Howard, a Panama Canal pilot, The attackers got away, military
who returned last week from a sources said.
vacation In the United States At 12:45 p.m. terrorists heaved
which had wth another bomb at British troops
jig the town. This one went off.
.1. IA police spokesman said that one
Red- uf the trcops was injured. The as,
at- sallants escaped.
Ilege An official police bulletin said
em- that two bombs exploded at Pa-
Rapds, Iowa, nayia police station in the Paphos
to the Isthmus. district last night, one inside and
w was empl d July 9,. 1912 one outside the yard. No damage
as a clerk n te Division of or casualties were reported.
Termialsl Construction in Bai- Leaders of the Cyprus branch
boa transferring two years later
to-t Panama Railroad.
.... .... rA1TipYfiIP Pninf

rred to the former
J^! lp Bureau In 1917,
""Lv~ d administratlvP
Ianti^t division in Feb-
ru ar t -Io44 d continued In
.thatt )olt1i until his retire-
i e .was peaty interested in
the development of El Valle as,
*a vaatlon spot and was one of
the first American employes of
the Canal organization to own
a home there.
Be was retired from Canal
l Mvc e at the end of March 1950
*f dbe that time he and Mrs
Buehler, who survives him, have
S made their home in California
In addition to his wife and
aon, he is survived by several
brothers and sisters, all of whom
reside in the United States.
Interment will take place
Thursday In Sioux City, Iowa.

Eye Chad Obsolete

In Driving Tests

Sfor Louislanans
BATON ROUGE, Is., Oct. 31
P) Louisiana has abandon-
: M the eye chart as a means of
S testing thevision of applicants
Beginning n November. new
24Fcat-_ will undergo tests
W a teleblnocular lens which
t only determines visual skill
also detects color blindness.
Drivers applying for license re-
newls wl not ave to take the
t t, officials said.
Chain Reaction
WADNA, Minn., Oct. 81 (UP)
S -Firemen here made their
and easiest fire call in
S They were called next door to
am* out a fire in a toilet bowl,
M. ta which combustible cleaning
flud b4ad been poured. Someone
bued a match in the bowl.
'bB fremn flushed the toilet.

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Defense Departments Assets.

Figured at $123,900 Million




eres are 4=er mitary tra. 4,81,000 acre.
They are Nevada, Ut Ari.- The Air Torce properties were
Ma,, S ew i l, m.* valued at $W.101,0o and over. .
ond, a, deorgia, vo- ed 1s 1,s000 res. The report
bg, and Maa. said 'lat the appraisal of Air
Force property was more scen-
The rport sw at the Art rate than that oE the Army and K
my a t al estate becad It was more recently w
is vland v i.
er ^ ..It said that the Air owI a u
e were va- trols reda estate In ary statM-
nud at and colored and has bases in 2 Utries.

PRICES: J.5 nd A4:
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The Defeae Department reported
at the weekend that the value of
real estate, supplies, and wea-
sn tho e hands of the Armed
P ia is at least s ,ioo.o,ooo.
that whoppli total ap-
l d to be weelflly lo w.
property values were
ne ee ras prices of the
evrtlsmary War tra.
Half of all real estate was car-
rped on the book s at no value-
became it was acquired free from
public lands. For instance, value-
ble property like Governors Is-
land. N.Y., was donated by the
The Defense Department study
.of military assets, ever com-
piled, was submitted to Paesident
Eisenhower and Congress six
years after a law was passed
requiring an annual report.
Thetotal value assigned d
to worldwide military properties,
comprising 40,0000 different i-
tems, broke down into three ma-
jor categories:
EAL ESTATE -- $1,469000
000. That included owned, leased,
public domain, temporary use amd
foreign base lands.
TACTICAL UNITS $99,514,000,-
MACHINE TOOLS $2,883,000.-
The report revealed that the Air
Force and Navy now operate 39,.
701 aircraft purchased at a cost
of $15,700,000,000. Of these the
'Air Force has 25,390 bought for
The Navy's ships constituted the
largest dollar item, Including real
estate, in the report. The 2724
ships in the active and reserve
fleet were valued at 22,00,000,-
000. That was the purchase price
which the Pentagon said was
"substantially below current re-
placement values."
The report touched on military
strategy at one point, in discuss-
ing supplies held in reserve for
a future M-day.
It noted that the Air Force
concept Is "maintenance of in-
mediate mobilhiation readiness
at all times" while "te Army
and the Navy are operate
with smell peace time forces
and equipment but with larI
steams of equipment e held.
In reserve to hbe used If our
force* are mobllsd.."


a sent t value."
It sai4 that oginal cost fgur
were used as the only "moetair
measure" of the government's in-
vestment and asserted that to un*
dertake a current appraisal
"would be costly and of doubtful
The report noted that the Ar-
my acquired Carlisle Barracks,
Pa., and Ft. McNair, on valua-
ble land in the District.of Colum-
bia, in 177& and- 1790.
It gave no current estimate of
their value and said that there is
no assurance of accuracy ip rec-
ords of original cost, which were
not given either.
Of all the real estate under
military control, 82 per cent is in
th continental United States.
The Army, Navy, and Air
Force control real estate total-
ing 29,400,000 acres throughout
the world. There are 10 states
In which more than MO,M a-

its Army Today
The story of Dean's action in
the first dark days of the Korean
War when his 24th Infantry Divi-
sion was thrown into the breach to
slow the enrushing North Korean
Reds is beat told by the citation
accompanying the Medal of Hon-
"In command of a upit .as
yet untried in combat; faced with
a ruthless and determined ene-
my he felt it his duty to
take action which to a an of
his military experience and knowl-
edge was clearly apt to re-
sua t in his death.
"He personally and alone at-
tacked an enemy tank while arm-
ed only with a hand grenade."
He also directed the fire of his
owi tanks from in exposed posi-
tion with neither cover nor con-
cealment while under observed ar-
tillery and small arms fire.
"When the town of Taejon was
finally overrun he refused to In-
sure his own safety by leaving
with the leading elements but re-
mained behind organizing his re-
treating forces, directing st r a g-
fters, and was last seen assisting
he wounded to a place of safe-
Taejon want the only instance
of heroism on. the part Of the
muscular, craggy-faced generaL
During World War II la France
he personally led a tank attack
on foot and later an infantry at-
tack. For this he-won the Distin-
guished Service Cross.
Mayor Elmer S. Robhiun has
proclaimed today "'mer General
illiam F. Dea Day' and more
than 2000 members of the armed
forces will march in review be-
fore the ge."al.

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