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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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THE MARVELOUS.
N1CARIOCA CAPITAL I


i, BRANIFF
J.SNTKRNAT;IONAl.,AIRWAY6 ,


NOV 8 1955

AN INDEPENDENT 'DAILY iWSPPER ___



Pauama A-urican


"Let the people know the'trutl and the country is safe" -


Abraham Lincoln.


.i, IL, PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, NOVPABER 5, 1955 FIVE CpTJ


Israelis,


Egyptians


Sharp


Clash


AAMIRICAN LE1ION PERSONNEL, participating in Flag Day ceremonies in the Republic of
Panama yesterday, pass in review* at the Presidencia. A joint U.S. Honor Guard, commanded
by Major David L. Cantor of the 33rd Infantry Regiment, Fort Kobbe, also participated in the
parade. (U.S. Army Photo)


MARCHING ALONG Central Avenue in Panama's Flag
veteran group.


Independence Day


112


Panama's Independence Day The other death was reported
death tell rose to at least three from a farm in Ocil, where a
today as reports continued to farmer stabbed another man to
come In on accidents over the death.
three-day holiday. On Thursday, a little girl died
when she was hit by a fragment
The total umber of persons from a cannon which exploded
injured was recorded at 112. when It was fired at the start of
Yesterday a 14-year-old boy the Independence Day observ-
died instantly as a result of a ance at Arraijan.
deep wound in. his abdomen A ten-year-old boy probably
caused by a firecracker explo- lost his sight in one Thutsday
Mon. when a string of firecrackers
The bA P. Aae went off In his face in the vicin-
The boy, Jorge P. Adames Jr., ity of Santa Ann Plaza.
Is said to have annroachedal i


group of boys setting 'off fire-
crackers' near his home on Sev-
enth Street, San Francisco de la
Caleta, when he-was mortally
wounded by a fragment of a
piece of pipe which had been
loaded with powder from a
number of firecrackers.


Baby Elephant

Returns to Rome
T iF,-Italy, Nov. -l(UP)
-Romeletto a baby elephant,
ust didn't like It at the Turin

He was welcomed with much
fanfare when be arrived here
from Romee as a ft from-
Mayor Salvteare Reeeehi.
Rat the weather turned cold
*ad Romolet4o turned morose.
Then aAmee blew down on
the -shed here he was sleep-
Ita, scarVin him half to death.
Romoletto fretted about that
for a couple of days and made
a break for freedom. He fell
into a lake of ley water.
Teday Romoletto ws on his
way baek to Reme.


$1,500,000 Worth

Of Pure Heroin

Seized; Two IM


NEW YORK. Nov. 5--(UP)-
Two men were held here today
on charges of illegal possession
of $1,500,000 worth of pure he-
roin.
James C. Ryan, district super-
visor for the Federal Bureau of
Narcotics, said the heroin asiz-
ure was the largest narcotics
haul of its kind in the history
of the bureau.
Ryan said the arrest last night
of Nathan Berman, 42, and An-
thony J. Veluccl, 31. a bail
lumper missing since 1952, was
the result of 18 months' obser-
vatlon of their activities.
Berman and Veluccl were ar-
rested in a west side apartment
where narcotics agents found 30
pound of pure heroin hidden
Ind a freshlV paltned bath-
room over-door panel. Ryan said
tLe $1.500,000 evaluation of thE
heroin's value on the retail mar-
ket was "oonaervatly."


Day Parade is an American military


T II


Peron Lingers


In Caracas,


May Land Here


-0 -


Deposed dictator Juan D. Pe-
ron of Argentina has changed
his travel plans again. This time
he will reportedly leave Caracas,
Venezuela, tomorrow afternoon,
and is expected to stop off at
Tocumen for several hours be-
fore heading for his destination
of Managua, Nicaragua.
Peron, travelling 'in a Para-
guayan military transport, has
been assured of a warm welcome
by Nicaraguan President Anas-
tasio Somoza.
Airport officials at Tocumen
said today they had received
word that Peron's plane would
take off from Maiquitia Airport
at about 4 p.m. for the five-hour
trip to Panama.


Since Peron's itinerary has
been subjected to frequent
changes since his departure
from Paraguau last Wednes.
day, it was felt here that his
decision to arrive in Panama
tomorrow might also be onl' a
tentative plan.
Peron's original plan yester-
day was to leave Caracas early
this morning, but this schedule
was apparently changed. No
reason. for the more than 24-
'brtf tis
being readied to receive the visa-
Itor, his party and newsmen.
Meanwhile. in Caracas. Peron
told the United Press he was
"too old, for politics.' war and
women." and was heading for
Nicaragua in search of a new
home to spend his old age.
The one-time boss of Argenti-
na. who left a teen-age sweet.
heart behind when he was forc-
ed to leave the country, arrived
here by plane yesterday from
Paraeuav where he spent his
first 30 days in exile.
President Somoza of Nicara-
-ua has assured Peron of a
warm welcome there, but also
let It be known he does not ex-
pect Peron to be a permanent
resident.
On his arrival in Venezuela
aboard the Paraguayan trans-
port, Peron issue da veiled
warning to the government of
Argentina thich took over aff.
er his downfall.
He f'told npwx~qm,-ta +rtha4-t Ah Ar_


throwing Peron and Lonardi."
Eduardo Lonardi is the provi-
sional President of Argentina.
There are 6,000,000 men able
to act legally as well as illegal-
ly." Peron said. The CGT, which
he sponsored during his 10 years
rule, holds the balance of power
in Argentina, he. added.
(Since Peron's Ouster, the CGT
has twice openly challenged the
Lonardi regime but a showdown
in the battle between Peronist
and anti-Peronist leaders for
control has been averted thus
far.)

Heart Attack Kills

Owner Of Historic

Old Absinthe House


NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 5 (UP)
- Owen E. Brennan, famed
French Quarter restaurateur and
night club owner, was found
dead in his bed today from a
heart attack.
The 45-year-old Brennan was
discovered byhJa wife. Dot
0..l.he appi7r7tlt'ht --dle?:1
his sleep.
Brennan wa owner of the
Old Absinthe House. Brennan's
French and Creole Restaurant;
and Brennan's Restaurant, one
of the city's famed eating places.


The Old Absinthe House on
Bourbond Street was widely
known and was a "must" for
tourists. It is housed in the
buDlding where Gen. Andrew
Jackson and the pirate, Jean La-
Fitte. made their agreement un-
der which LaFitte would be par-
doned for his piracy in return
for help in fighting the British
in the War of 1812.

Norwegian Tanker

Hits Bank Of Caal,


Ties Up In Balboa


Ike To


See


Wartime Pal

Montgomery


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Armored Cars,



Mortars Break


DENVER, Nbv. 5-(UP)-Pres-
ident Elsenhower today entered .
the seventh week of recoveryU neasy Lull
from his Sept. 24 heart attack
with all evidence from his hos-
pital room pointing to an in- 0. o -
creasingly successful recupera-
tion. JERUSALEM, Nov. 5 (UP) An Israeli force, back-
He scheduled a meeting at j
Fitzsimons Army hospital witni ed by nine armored cars, fought a sharp clash with Egypt-
one of his close friends and ian troops today at i(hanyunis, South of Gaza, an Egyptian
World War II comrade, British military spokesman reported
Field Marshal Viscount Mont- military sp
gomer9 of Alemain who is now The spokesman said the two sides exchanged inten-
forcepuy commander of NATO sive artillery barrages in the clash which lasted 45 mi-
Mr. Eisenhower's continued nutes this morning in the embattled frontier strip area.
recovery finds him virtually The Egyptians charged the action started when an
free of his wheel chair and ISraeli unit composed of nine armored cars approached
for that first try at s carefully go- the truce demarcation line at Khanyunis and poured
ing up and down steps. shellfire at Egyptian forces stationed behind the border.


His physicians weren't yet
ready for that last step to his
"complete mobility," but the
Chief Executive's increased dai-
ly activity indicated clearly that
he is well on the way toward
being able to walk onto his
plane for the return flight east
late next week.


Mr. Eisenhower rang up two
more "firsts" Thursday in his
march to recovery.
His doctors permitted him to
walk "at will" over the entire
eighth floor of the big hospital.
And he Joined Mrs. ELsenhower
kor Smal dining roomh
on the same floor to eat from
a table for the first time since
he was stricken by a heart at-
tack Sept. 24.

Underwater Volcanic

Activity Suspected

In Philippine Sea


HONOLULU, Nov. 5 (UP). A
massive area of boiling, steam-
ing water, apparently from un-
der water volcanic activity, has
been reported in the Philippine
Sea by the steamship Washing-
ton Mail which sailed through 60
miles of the turbulence.
The captain of the ship, W. W.
Dinsmore, radioed the Navy's hy-
drographic office here that the
ship encountered the pheno-


Earlier both Israel and Egypt Tekoa, said the El Auja sector
gathered up their dead and sol- was quiet. He said the only ~s-
diers in slit trenches watched raeli forces there were pollee
tensely over an uneasy truce and soldiers normally stationed
which settled over the bloody in the area.
border battlefield. Tekoa said Israel was permit.
Egypt had claimed victory in ting U.N truce observers free.
the fierce two-day battle for dom of movement to carry out
possession of the El Sabah out- their duties as long as they did
post in the El Auja Demilitariz- not expose themselves to dan-
ed Zone. ger. He charged that no U.N. ob-
A dispatch from Cairo quoted servers were permitted any-
an official-spokesman as saying where on the Egyptian side.
an Israeli denial that the Egyp- He said Israel would abide by
tians recaptured El Sabha was the U.N.-called cease fire as long
"completely untrue." as the Egyptians-did. not ftt.k.
"F4Eyptian forces cleared th Casualty cllnmAW" dot
El, Sabah position of Israei El Sabah fighting h cot Mtda-
troops and completely occupied Egypt said 1 Tsraelis we l
the area," the spokesman said. ed and- 70 Egyptians were dead
A dispatch from El Sabah by or missing. Israel claimed -50
United Press correspondent Egyptians killed and 46 captureel
Walter Collins, who went there with a loss of five Israeli lives.
from Cairo, reported tremen- Both sides took advantage of.
dous military activity all along the uneasy truce to gather up
the Egyptian side of the line. their dead.
An of;iclal spokesman in Cal.
In the Israeli sector of Jeru- ro said srael had asked the UN.
salem, a foreign office spokes- truce commission to reqest
man charged Egypt with contin- Egypt to allow the sra to
ued violation of armistice provi- collect their dead at El Sabah
sons limiting the number of "Israel proposed joint Egyptian-
troops and types of equipment Israeli patrols to supervise the
allowed in the border sector. searcht4 spokesman said.
The Israeli spokesman, Josep a This proposal was not con-
firmed on the Israeli side.
Drinking Contest -

Gamble Costs Truce Supervisor

Brothers Lives Sltops In London
A Nair am.-.- --


flI entne Genera.. Confederation .. . menon- Wkdnesday between the MANILA, Nov. 5-(UP)-Two in WA
llentine General Confederation ll The Norwegian tanker Blia Philippine and Marianas Islands. brothers gambled their lives On Way
reimeLabor, ais capable of over which yesterday struck the Pan- on their drinking capacity and
regime, capable o over- ama Canal bank while transiting He said the boiling activity lost, police reported today. LONDON,
southbound, will be tied up at, was visible for three miles on Authorities said the broth- United Nati
H Wr Balboa for several days pend- both sides of the ship's course. ers, Velacio and Ciriaco Aure, supervisor a
I Miam PAA Workers ing an examination of damages The position given was 600 aged 24 and 20, used a drink- day en rou
incurred. miles east of Didicas rock vol- ing contest to settle a long- Middle East
The 1995-ton tanker which cano which erupted from a depth standing feud with Nicasio powers mu
At lt thr mpany wer was bound for El Salvador from of- 18,000 feet several years ago Hernandez. steps" to en
bAt least 5 other persons were Curacao hit the bank between and left an 800-foot cone stick- They agreed to drink until tian fighting
Paburned by firecrackers here in Bas Obispo and Las Cascadas ing out of the water. either the two brothers or
Panama City between Thursday ontractPrl reach at about 5:30 p.m. Hernandez dropped. The first Maj. Gen.
and yesterday. Agent for the ship, Texas Co. The Navy said no soundings to pass out would be killed. In from Nev
MIAMI, Nov. 5 (UP).- Local said the vessel would be tied up have been made within 100 miles After several rounds of rum, fluential Tin
MIAMI,O transport workers (UP.-Loa for several days. An investiga- of Wednesday's activity, but the Velaclo and Ciriaco dropped. in an edito
nspo Plane CIO transport workers of Panve tion into the cause of the acci- depth there was believed to be Hernandez shot one and come t ocor
SAmericanwhelminglyrwayscchave dent was being completed. about 21,000 feet. stabbed the other. united Natiof
( a company, contract proposal. nd Israeli a
Crashes This Indicated that other locals and Israel
about the country and Hawaii wThich often
and Puerto Rico will follow Suit wthichkoite
SMen Missing. Gangster Willie Biof Bombedsa
Yesterday vote was reported fairs on th
HOLYOKE, Mass., Nov. 5 (UP) 1,600 to 80 by Local 90 President is a theree new fi
Four of eight men aboard a Ernest Mitchell late last.. night. T be t O I t I Iis treatat
military transport plane that o aed ae 40 midniUht shift goiUEEe1'U'
River nto. theonnectit were still to vote early todayea h; M a I Suspected Burnsen
swollen stream today. i n Some 3,100 P AA workers in itli secret
swollestreamtodayew York, Houston, San Fran-1 PHOENIX, Arizona, Nov. 5 bomb apparently was planted tenced to 10 years and fined $10,- proposals sa
The four survivors managed to cisco, Seattle, Honolulu and San (UP) Gangsters bent on re- under the driver's seat and wired 000 each, but all were paroled a total war
swim 100 yards to shore after Juan are voting on the offer to- venge, possibly members of the to the truck's ignition system so after serving a little less than Egypt "depe
their Air 'Force C'47 plunged day. dreaded, murderous Mafia, were that the starter would touch off four years. the policies v
into the stream at 11:46 pm The union had threatened to blamed today for the violent car- the explosion. Bioff and Browne, however, There were
yesterday during a lashing rain strike Oct. 26, but temporary re- bomb death of former labor were released from prison only prepared to
storm. straining orders were issued by racketeers William (Willie) Bloff Los Angeles police telephoned a year after the trial, reportedr on how far it
tPolr e Mia mland New York courts. The 54. officers here to say that .he ly for having turned states evi- i attt tle II
POltce and volunteers search-I strike order was to be reinstatea The former convict, found gull- bomb-killing fitted "a pattern of dence. mntee of hen
ed the banks of the river for this Monday. ty in 1941 Of a $1.000,000 extor- Mafia vengeance." One Los An- Browne had been hiding since and the Arab
The mtwssing men. The company offer. which Mit- tlon plot on the movie industry, geles officer called it "a typical his release and last, was held Asked wp*a
Then route ined plaFore waschell said federal mediators were was killed yesterday when he Mafia job." Another officer said, from in Richmond, Illinois, more mind for Uh
n roasute to Westover Air Force instrumental In bringing about, stepped on the starter of his "It has all the elements of the than seven years ago. Bloff had prevent a tot
Boln nearby Chicopee r Wash provides a 25-month contract re- pickup truck and triggered a old gangster wars." been living here under the name die East. Bu
Boilinong Air Force Base, W troactive to Sept. 1. The old bomb, believed to be made of Bloff turned informer on Al of William Nelson, which had not discuss t
Military officials at Westover contract erpired Aug. 31. dynamite. Capone hoodlums after being been approved by the govern- time. He also
awaited better visibility to send It offers pursers, port stewards Bloff was blown 25 feet sent to prison on charges of ments. the Czech ar
helicopters and planes over the and stewardesses premium pay through the steel top of the shaking down Hollywood movie Bloff's attractive blonde w.fc, "is within m
scene. of $3.75 an hour for more than truck's cab. His body was blown heads for $550,000 by threatening Laurie, said she had just waved that they don
Police boats were ordered off 70 hours a month and time and to pieces from the waist down. to call a nationwide strike of goodbye to Bloff and turned cainst each ol
the river early today because of a half pay on a quarterly basis The explosion also tore off his film projectionists that reported- away when the explosion occur-
the dangerous currents in the for over 225 hours, Mitchell said. right arm and lag. Tiny pieces ly could have ruined the muvie red. But when
river which Is 1,200 feet wide at Maintenance workers, he add- of his body were scattered industry. Bloff later admitted The couple had lived In Phoe- 'foresee any 0
the point of the crash. ed, would receive an 11-cent a- throughout the yard of his $40,- he had extorted $1,800.000. nix in seclusion for the past 12 the tense Mid
However, more than 100 po- cross-the-board raise. He said 000 home. Bioff a n d Browne turned years. Mrs. Bioff said her hus- smiled and sa
lice, firemen and volunteers employes were offered medlcai The blast was so violent that state's evidence In the trial of band had dealt in stocks and -
from Westover searched the compensation at foreign base, it shattered the truck, crumpled five Al Capone hoodlums from bonds and was -'strictly legiti- BALUK
banks for survivors throughout including severance pay, PAA the doors of the garage like tin- Chicago and two associates in mate."
the night, stated it would prohibit super- foil, damaged Blofft home and March, 1943. testifying the Ca- She said they did not go ouV SUNDAY,
The four survivors were in visory employes from doing broke windows In neighborhood none mob was the real power be- very much and lived a quiet life. I WON
"good" condition today at the production work except in emer- houses. hind the movie extortion racket. -'He just wanted to put the 8,s02 a.m.
base hospital at Wtowver. agency cases. fherff's investigators said the The men on trial were sea- t behind him," she said. :40 p.i .


To Mid-East
Nof. 5 (UP) The
ons Palestine true
arrived here yestor-
te to the troubled
and said the big
st take "definite
d the Israeli.Egyp-
.
E. L. M. Burns flew
w York, as the in-
mes of London said
rial. the time has '
insider throwing If.
is troops into tl. -
to hold the Arab
armles apart.
rful newspaper.
reflects government
Lid the state of af-
e Gaza frontier -
ighting has flared-
to peace and must
a such."
route to Jerusalem
new U.N. ceasefire
id the possibility of
between Israel and
nds entirely upon ,
which are adopted."
reports Burns was
sound out Br tain
t would so in carry.
150 Bli Three umr-
ace between rrael
b states.
t steps he had in
ie Rreat power to
al war in the lid* .
mrn said he cold
he question at tft.
refused to dl am-1.
ms deal but said
ox province to ese-'3
't he the arms .
other .
asked If be
definite Thttutrs..
l-Fa"t situatite
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J.. OF MARGARET, RITA AND RUBIROSA
Theres onley one thing I git tireder reading about then Mar-
garet and Peter an that's Rita Haywood an her so called love
life. For about a year all we had in the newspapers was stories
About Rita Haywood and Mr. Hyde. Every day before breakfast
I would read about there troubles an his bein exported by the
United States Government and she aweepin an awailin that she
was-agoin to ,tand by her man come hell or high water. An she
done it fer the better part of a year which is all any man can
expect I guess.
Then aleng come Princess Margaret and Mr. Peter an we
started gittin four to eight columns daily of that twather an
tripe. An every other sentence it was Commoner Peter which
is 41 years old an the heart broken princess which is torn twixt
love an duty. An not a word about how much money he earns
f an ,how'much money she is used to spending each year. An then
every one calling her Meg an tellin her not to do it an then when
." she made up her mind not to do it which showed a high degree
iof intelligence to me, then everybody said she hadnt oughter
said no but should of married the pore 41 year old commoner
Peter which is 16 years older than she is an the father of two
children an the savior of Britain in her hour of need an the in-
nercent party to a divorce an what did I leave out.
/So yesterdays paper only had a half column on them an
maybe by next week there will only be a day-to-day battin aver-
age box on wno Meg goes out with, who she dances with who she
swims with an how sad she looks or don't look.
Meanhile who have we got agin that's right, Rita Haywood
an Mr. Hyde. The passionate Redhead which is now died back
:to a blackhead which was what she started out bein anyway,
i packed her bags an moved out on Mr. Hyde claiming he was nothing
IJ but a Dr. Jeekle anyway. So she bundled off her children an
Assorted them out to their respective fathers one here an one there
'r ,an who she is bundled up with at this writing nobody seems to
-now an I couldn't care less.
; Exception I hope she meets up with Mr. Rubirosa. The latest
Jiews flash on that gent was that he walked out on his million-
'a re wifey an is bark blackin ZaZA Gabors other eye which aint
a bad way to spend ones time. But a Haywood-Rublrosa tangle
should ought give the newspaper boys enough to write about
ler a week or two.
An I wonder why they do it. Who could care less then peo-
pie about what the freeks are doin. Isnt that the height of the
gMlement with the Plus Factor squared. What could be more
degradin to the socalled intelligence of a nation than to see
S Peter scootin down an alley pursued by a company of those re-
served British newspapermen chasing him on motorbykes that'ss
how they spell it over there Red tells me) automobiles (I don't
know how they spell that over there) or making time jist by
flapin there wings. I would rather give old Lady Agewood a rub-
down than watch Rita Haywood do a strip tease an who the
father of her next child is goin to be aint as interesting a ques-
tion to me as ferinstance when they are goin'to reduce the
price of liquor on the Canal Zone.
Red says I should stop aggrivatin myself over things like
these or I will come down with a case of ulsters. An I think hes
right. I think Ill jist go down to the stables fer a change of at-
mosphere an write a pome. But I jist cant help thinking about
them there things an gittin rather sad.
An another thing. What ever happened to Peter Beansley?
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A Reax ed World


By VICTOR RIESEL
Nowhere else in this jittery
world could it happen that the top
national security police chief and
he top national labor leader would
feel mutually honored to get up
on the same stage to pledge a
common fight for the rights of ,,
evely one of us.
That's exactly what will happen
in Washington's Departmental o
Auditorium on the morning of Nov. "
18. If there were such an atomic
era thing as a global TV network,
it would be fascinating to televise
that stage and beam the picture
behind the Iron and Bamboo Cur-
tains so the "liberated" proletariat
could see and hear FBI Chief J.
Edgar Hoover and AFL-CIO Presi-
dent George Meany.
Mr. Meany will be there as the
guest of Mr. Hoover to make the
principal talk to the 80-man gradu-
ating class of the National Acad.
emy of the FBI. There are two
such classes a year. The graduates
are police officers brought in from
across the land for special training
by the FBI's experts in the tech-
nique and philosophy including
civil rights-of law enforcement.
There have been 3,000 such
graduates since 1935. Many, such
as New York's Police Commis-
sioner Steve Kennedy, head their
community law enforcement de-
partments, bringing to these divi.
sions modernized thinking and
treatment which puts to shame
even the over-publicized Scotland
Yard. The FBI National Academy s .i
has litted law enforcement in this 'a
land right out of the muck of the a
old blackjack and third-degree age.
J. Edgar Hoover, looking about
for a speaker this fall who repre-g a se t O i
sent a great part of the citizenry,
invited Meany who soon will By PETER EDSON
speak for 14,750,000 American
working people. This broke prec- -- o
edent. WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Rain- Frank Teuton of Department of with a soybean oil that keeps them
Mr. Meany will speak at the coats madp out of surplus pork Agriculutre. odrier.
FBI Academy just about two fats. Nonfattening candy. Chicken Potato grading was shown to be Peanut shells are made into bot-
weeks before the AFL and CIO feathers made into fertilizer, paint down to such a fine point thattle cap linings to save cork.
officially merge in New York brushes and even chicken feed. "bakers" can be separated from A root beer manufacturer came
at which conclave will be an- Big sweet onions that you can eat "fryers." Simply float the spuds up with a problem of frequent
nounced the "organizational cru- like an apple without crying -in alcohol. Those that float havespoilage. Analysis showed there
sade," which Walter Reuther de- The list is almost endless. But more wax and are better baked, was a bacterium in it which caus-
scribes as the new national union, these are just a few of the new Rutin taken from tobacco will ed deterioration. Pasteurization
izing campaigns. products being developed from sur- strengthen the capillaries of high ended that.
plus farm crops now in overpro- blood pressure patients. But the bug int he root beer was
The AFL-CIO president-among duction, and from the hunt to find The cause of dried egg powder found to be a pretty good citizen
whose followers, incidentally, are new and better crops for surplus spoilage has been discovered and after all. Fed on sugar, the bac-
the FBI agents, members of the A wholf slew of these new prod- removed. Chemical separation of terium produced dextron, a substi-
AFLs government employqs,sucts was served or demonstrated the egg sugar does it. tute for blood plasma.
union will show himself as a at a luncheon meeting given by New market packaging devices New automobile oil filters use
responsible man of definite views, the U.S. Department of Agricul- shown included a transparent plas- milk casein instead of oil as the
The graduating class and the 1,500 ture's Beltsville, Md., research tic egg carton. One look reveals fluid to absorb the dirt. A new jet
guests, iLcluding judges, congress- center. The program kicked off if any eggs are broken, New poly- plane lubricant has been produced
men and White House officials, Farm-City wee k observances, ethylene food bags keep. green from turpentine.
will get a picture of a labor leader sponsored this year by Kiwanis In- vegetables fresh for longer periods.
with whom they may not agree ternational, all ove, the coqptry. Agricultural scientists have even
but who will pledge that the labor At the luncheon invited guests The old s of marketing called invaded the greenhouses to pro.
movement under him will try not had orange juice made roman -de. 'fo leAvigt tops on carrots and duce better crops of flowers.
to give them cause for worry. hydrated, fresh orange juice pow- radishes o pw that they were Chrysanthemums, which used to
der. Ham from a new 'lean-meat fresh. Then 't was discovered that be obtaimnable' only in the fall, can
Keeping that promise will give hog. "Dehydrofrozen" peas with a t.e green tops drained moisture now be forced to blossom at al.
Mr. Meany many a headache. But longer keeping quality, Lettuce out of the roots. So now this truck most any time of year. And the
he will try though he has some and celery that haI been kept for is marketed without leaves, and it plant blooms stay fresh for month
70,000 local unions and some 140 five and six weeks at 32 degrees, stays fresh longer. Carnations, which always have
intern" tional unions to look after. yet served crisp and fresh. Pickles The question of what to do with had a tendency to droop and wilt
Mr. Meany's presence on that plat- usual six-month brining. Cheese the tops-and what to do with the rapidly, have been improved by
form shows the maturity to which made in two hours instead of the wastes of all fruit and vegetable growing them with stronger stems.,
we've grown and which so many usual one day. Pecan pie and canning then arose. Somebody At the same time, the size of the
critics here and abroad disdain chestnuts-the nuts grown on new found a way to make it into chick- blossoms has been increased. All
and deny. Mr. Meany would not disease-resistant trees. en feed. this was simply done by scientific
appear on the platform as Mr. Then came the show of newi Shotgun shells are now made fooling around with the plant'
Hoover's guest if he believed that farm by-products, p u't on by with a soybean glue and coated hormones.
the FBI was not a force for good
or if he thought there was any
insinuation in any FBI action that W alter W inchell In New YorK
it was anti-labor.
Mr. Hoover would not have ex-W alter W inc
tended the invitation if he be-
lieved that George Meany would
not devote himself to seeing that -
the new massive labor movement Broadway Ballad tedium at 5:f5 a.m. with: "18th Poetry A Walk in the Park
i._. .e-inmiatd bv combine Precinct! 312 W 53rd! Somene~land a Kiss in th DaI~ t


is not diom.ina.. py a --- I -- ; -p "a oir o
of crooks or Communists both Remember the tender years we playing piano in a church!" .
of whom already are battling the shared, (DrunKen burglars by golly!)
AFL chief. When all the nights ware starry We went along Neighbors
magic. complained their sleep was wreck-
It must be pointed out that there Remember the gilded dreams we ed, etc. The cops founet an as.
are those in the new AFL-CIO who bared, tonished young Colored woman (a
do not share Mr. Meany's appar- So soon to pass, fo swiftly tragic, recent widow), who told them:
ent respect for the nation's secur- How useless now to count the clock "I've been practicing hymns like
ity police. Most of these critics That marks the sunset' crimson this for a year. Nobody complain-
are in the CIO. One, for example, fringe ed before" . The church was
is the energetic, 70-year-old Jack j While foolish dreamers faintly once a first floor tenement flat
Kroil, director of the CIO's Po- knock . Pulpit, piano, about 20 chairs,
litical Action Coimmittee, now Upon the door that has no hinge. religious pictures on the walls
slated to be co-director of the new In vain my lonely heart now cries The bareheaded cops were respect-
AFL-CIO Committee on Political Against the swiftly r u n n i n g ful and gentle. "Sorry, Madam,"
Education (COPE). sands; one sid, "but people complain.
Against the mists that cloud my ed" . So she went home around
Last December Mr. Kroll went eyes the corner until 8 a.m. prayer-
out to the Illinois CIO convention As I reach out for absent hands. tiem. A sort of Angel trying to
and bitterly attacked the FBI. do some Good on Sin Street Devil'd
Mr. Kroll attacked the use of The hobbled day: go slowly by, by Anonymous Servants of Satan
"secret police files" and hit some But, Oh, the years-how fast they As we watched her Being
FBI reports on the Harry Dexter fly! Defeated (in her work for The
White case as "political." Mr. -Flower Parry Lord)-across the street we also
Meany's presence at the FBI saw some of her Sisters-Under-The-
Academy graduation seeks to Celebrityville: Garbo having her Skin . Prostituting.
negate any insinuation of a "po- hair done at a barber shop
litical' FBI. Mr. Meany certainly on Park and 57th when it was de-1
is not a devotee of the Republican serted . J. DiMaggio, the intro- Memos of a Midnighter: Sonja
Administration and, as he told us vert, singing lustily with Ton i Henie's big romance isn't J. Mc-I
in New York last week, he cer- Bar. at The Park Ave. Restau- Kinley Whatzisname but French
tainly expects the AFL-CIO to get rant . E. V. Durling (the Hearst cafe pianist Jean Courmont . .
into the 1956 presidential cam-:syndicolyumist) at Lindy's w it h Gloria DeHaven took an apt ii
paign. the Jack 0 Brians and Mrs. Wm i Miami Beach which is w h e r e
Curley an.' then the press-car beat Dick Fincher, the One-and-Only,
So Mr. Meany's appearance will until the wee hours . Maurice prospers . Fickle G. David
make news to a world which Chevalier (at El Morocco) explain- Schine dated Piper Laurie (his
often sees us as a feuding bunch ing how to enjoy the sunset once-was) the first night in Movie-
of intolerants. And to the labor years: "Everything with modera- town and Ann Miller the next ..
people who must take a position tion" . Kaye Ballard (at Bon| Author L. Kronenberger, who
at their merger convention in De- Soir) displaying her 26-kiarat star withdrew his name from "Thei
member on freedom and security sapphire "friendship" ring from Heavenly Twins" show (opening
in the land. ardent beau John Stevens of Hous- Friday eve), will collect royalties,
ton, lexas . Jayne Mansfield anyway . Memo from "The
making with the powda-puf before Matchmaker" management: "Af-
taking the lift to Metro's talent ter your radio item quoting the
office . Joe E. Lewis telling raves by Philly critics, we sold 22
Copa landlord J. Podell (during more theater-parties next day" ..
Nat King Cole's "Autumn Leaves" Isn t Marilyn's big secret a big
number): "The next time I play mag chief?
here I want fiddles, too!" . .I
Shirley booth. Definition of Love: From the S
"Mr. and Mrs. United States" dep 1
Sallies in Our Alley: Bill John- of our broadcast: Surely the Briti-
son (co-star of "Pipe Dream") ish newspapers must know the'
knows a psychiatrist, who was Power of Love It Is as old as


d...*leu ab in we CTI . it is a
Boy ano a Girl . A Man and
Woman . Discovering a very
warm world in each other's arms
.. If Margaret is forbidden the
birthright of the humblest London
barmaid (to marry) she will be-
come Very Old . Very Young
. . It seems almost barbaric that
a girl should be condemned to
heartbreak for being in love . t
comes Once in a Lifetime and
gives you The Time of Your Life.
Times Square Circle: Lou Ann
Sims' innocent surprise (at be-
ing ax'd by Godfrey) surprised in-
siders. They allege Jim Seward
(CBS veep) gave her the notice
earlier this year. She reportedly
told friends about it six months
ago . Another paper will pitch
for Brooklyn circ. The Bklyn Daily
(once a weekly) plans a 48-pager
. . It's a Boy for the jockey
Wm. McKinley Cookes . An edi-
tor at a top nat'l mag reportedly
confided that the last issue (fea-
turing.Adlai on the cover) did not
pull the readership anticipated ...
The Runyon Fund thanks Chas.
Wood (president of "Storytown,
USA") for the almost $3,000 check
... The Vegas Dunes big-biz com-
bination (Howard Keel and Jane
h Batty Kean) open at the Copa
Dec. 1st . Jimmy Komack fig-
ures the next thing the British will
do s ban "Romeo and Juliet" ..
The Sortilege window displays
have class.
Tossed Orchid Salad: "Life With
Fiorello" (a memoir) by Ernest
Cuneo. Delightful reading by a
word-magician ... "The Joker is
Wild" (about Joe E. Lewis) by
Art Cohn . Dana Wynter's dana-
mite in. "View, From Pompey's
Head" . Andree Dior's chants
at Madeleine's -.. Martha Davis
I Spouse at the .Blue Angel .
Stella &" Reyes at Roseland ...
8-year-old Joe Ward's first (King)
disc: "Nuttin' For Christmas."
Rounds in the Night: At Little


drummed out of the profession. A Adam and Eve and as new as the Bohemia: "The way they ignore
a big meeting of analysts a mes. Eiist Kiss . Philosophers and eaci other in public you'd think
sage was relayed to him (over the pAschiatrists have tried to define they were lovers" . At Cafe
loudspeaker) which simply sai d: it . Love has inspired Poets Nino: "Bored? She'd yawn at her
"Youi mother wants you to call and Peasants . Composers and own murder".... At the Steak Pit:
her!" . Sarah Vaughan's defini- Commentators Nevertheless, 'She looks good in anything but
tion of a cocktail party: "A-gossip this wonderful quick-silver emotion a mirror" .,. At Chambord: Here
column with martinis!" defies analysis . It has as many they come. Jack and Jail" .. At
different meanings as there are Si Bun: "The Torch is when your
Midtown Saint & Sinners: The people in love . Love is Moon- Cookie becomes someone else'sI
police dispatcher broke the long light and Roses . Music and dessert.'


Red Cross, Canal Join


Forces On Blood. Bank
a FOSS0-


Establishment of a Canal Zone
blood bank through volunteer don-
ors is being planned jointly by the
Health Bureau and the Canal Zone
chapter of the Ameri c an Red
Cross.
-Plans for the blood ban)" and
for volunteer Red Cross workers
to assist in the campaign for don-
ors as well as later in administer-
ing the program were announced
today. Volunteer workers to assist
in the initial phases of the cam-
paign are urgently needed for
clerical work and record keeping.
Volunteer nurses will also be
needed to assist at the two hospi-
tals when the blood bank is es-
tablished.
Gorgas Hospital presently main-I
tains a blood bank and it is plan-
ned to establish one at Coco Solo
Hospital. Equipment for storing
fresh blood has already been or-
dered for the Atlantic side hospi-
tal.
When established, the blood bank
would eliminate the necessity for
t'.i present charge of $25.00 made
for each pint of blood used at the
hospital when the supply is not
replenished by a patient's family
of friends.
The following announcement cop-
cerning the Canal Zone blood bank
is contained in the Novembe. issue
of The Panama Canal Review:
"The plans have been developed
--y the Canal Zone chapter of the
American Red Cross 1I cooperation
with'the Health Bureau. Responsi-
bility for collecting, processing and
distributing blood will be assumed
by the. Health Bureau, while the
Red Cross will conduct a campaign
for volunteer donors as well as
volunteers to assist in recruitment
and record keeping.


"It is planned to confine the
campaign to residents of the Can-
al Zone, and the Armed For c e s
have been invited to participate.
"The proposed plan would make
a% ailable an ample suply of fresh
blood to meet the requirements of
the two Canal Zone hospitals and
,he mercy missions, 'plus a small
reserve for emergencies. With a
large list of volunteer donors the
blood bank could be replenished
at frequent intervals by calling
donors on a rotating basis.
"The establishment" of a Canal
Zone blood bank is consistent with
the National Blood Program in
the Office of Defense Mobilization.
This was established by Executive
Order of the President in Decem-
ber 1951, and the American Red
Cross was designated as the co-
ordinating agency for blood col-
lection for the Department of De-
fense and the Federal Cicil De-
fense Administration.
"The Red Cross has been In-
strumental in the establishment
of blood banks throughout the U-
nited States on a volunteer basis;
these are available Vftth-for mil-
itary and civilian personnel.
"Although not directly a part of
the National Blood program, the
Canal Zone program for volunteer
donors and for the maintenance of
the Canal Zone blood bank will be
conducted along the lines adopted
by the American Red Cross in the
United States.
"The same general limitations
on volunteer donors will be adopt-


ed in the Canal Zone program as
those for the national program. In
general, these are: Any person be-
tween the ages of 18 and 59 may
give blood if he or she weighs 110
pounds or more. Parental consent
is required of persons from 19 to
21 years of age.
"While the primary objective in
the campaign will be to secure an
adequate number of volunteer don-
ors, the Canal Zone chapter of the
Red Cross is interested now in
obtaining volunteer workers to ad-
minister the program. These vol-
unteers are needed to assist in the
clerical work and record keeping
required during the drive for vol-
unteer donors and later in ad-
ministering the program. Volun-
teer nurses will also be required
to assist at the two hospitals when
the blood banks are replenished.
"Volunteers for this type of work
have been requested to communi-
cate with Mi's. Thelma Monogan,
Chairman of the Volunteer Serv-
ices or at the Ped Cross offices
in Ancon or Cristobal. Volunteer
workers may communicate with
M:s Monogan by telephoning Cu-
rundu 6194, or writing to Box 322,
Balboa Heights. Volunteers on the
Atlantic side have been requested
to write Box 5045, Cristcbal, or call
personally at the Red Cross office
on, Roosevelt Avenue in Old Cris-
obal.
"The campaign for volunte e r.
blood donors will be conducted
through the Canal Zone, including
the military establishments, dur-
ing the coming few weeks. Pledge
cards will be distributed thrgugh-
out the Canal organization and
these may be filled out and mail-
ed to the Red Cross Offices at
Balboa Heights or Cristobal.
"The processing of these applii-
stions will require some time, de-
pending upon the number of vol-
unteer workers to assist in this
task. Some information will be
required in addition to that ap-
pearing on the volunteer pledge
cards... The Red Cross will corn.
municate with volunteer donors for
this information as soon as pos-
sible after receipt of the pledge."


Japanese Firms
To Set Up Agency
For Red Trade
TOKYO, Nov. 5 (UP).-Japan-
ese trading firms took steps to-
day to set up this month a single
agency through which to con-
duct commerce with Communist
China.


A promoters meeting .of 52
leading foreign trade firms last
night set Nov. 24 as the target
date for. organization of the
"Japan China Export Import
Cooperative."
Spokesmen said the purpose of
the step was, to eliminate costly
competition between Japanese
firms which had put them at a
disadvantage in nfgotItinz with
the Red Chinese government
trade corporation. .


Puerto Rican Industrial Show

Seeking Markets For Products

A flying caravan of 20-Puerto was Curacao, Netherlands West
Rican industrial leaders, accom- Indies, where its wares were dis-
panying a special exhibit of played at the Hotel Piscadera
products of expanding manu- Bay. From there the Caravana
facturing plants, left San Juan went to the Hotel Tamanaco in
Tuesday for a tour of six other Caracas, Venezuela, and here at
Latin American countries. Hotel El Panama Monday.
The Caravana exhibit includes Hotel Washington, Colon, will
products by 60 Puerto Rican be the next stop on Wednesday
companies In light metals, plas- and Thursd&y; San Jose, Cos-
tics, electronics, textiles, wearing ta Rica, Nov. 12, and the Hotel
apparel, chemicals and other Del Lago, Maracaibo, Venezuela,
lines. Nov. 15.
Specially built display cases So great has been the interest
are designed to permit circus- generated in Latin American by
like efficiency in handling and news of the goodwill trade mis-
for transportation in cargo com- sion that countries not on the
apartments of PAA passenger itinerary have asked the Cara-
Clippers. Set up for viewing, vana to extend its tour. Costa
the exhibit covers some 3,000 Rica has asked that the ex-
square feet of floor space, hibit remain longer than sched-
First stop for the Caravana uled. (Mercurlo)


SIDE GLANCES


By Colbraith


"I know it's fate and storming, Obotr, but I'm teflg you
the baby snesezd three times! Now about your o-
cratio oath?"


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FRENCH AMBASSADOR TO ENTERTAIN Tuesday, at the Post's Educal
COMMANDERS OF VISITING SHIPS center.
This will be the only class
The Ambassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse have issued invita- its kind available to military p
tions to a reception at the Union Club on Nov. 14 in honor of sonnel through the Army edu
captains of two French cruisers, which will be visiting the tional program of off-duty grn
Isthmus, carrying cadets from the French Naval School. Guests study instruction in the Pana
of honor will be Commander Durrin Des Rozieres of the Jeanne area.
d' Arc and Commander Echinarv of La Grandiere.
S--Instruction will be offered ii
variety of media including p
New Officers Nominated Candlelight Dance and ink, charcoal, watercolor
At Cristobal Emblem Club Tomorrow Night tempura. Attention will be given
The Cristobal Emblem Club No. The monthly candlelight dance individual problems and inter
52 held its November Business will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6th regardless of the student's pr
meeting Tuesday evening at the at the USO-JWB Armed Forces vious training, or experience.
Elk's Home in Margarita w it h Service Center froi m 8:00 p.m. to Instructor for the course' w
President Fanny Kaplan presid- 11:00 p.m., be Pvt. George Elmgren,
ing. Dancing to the music of famous company, 33d Infantry regime
Mrs. Tessie Lowe won the white named bands and musicians will elmgren holds an associate
elephant for the evening and Mrs. be enjoyed from the new selec- gree from iillyar College and I
Marium White won the Come-N- tion of popular music from the received Bachelor of Fine A
Get It Pot. record library at the USO-J W B degrees from botr the Rhode
A report on the Bazaar which Club. land School of Design and Y
was held recently was given by Invitations have been extended Lniveisity. Before entering servi
the Bazaar Chairman Mrs. Char- to the Junior Hostesses of the he worked commercially for
lotte Tully. USO-JWB Club for this affair, agencies and had his paintings
The new officers for the corn- A cordial invitation is extended exhibition in the New York-Nd
ing year were nominated a n d to military personnel and their England area.
qsbe voted on at the December families to attend.
meeting. t were Mesdames Harnett And Dunn Classes will be held every Tu
Those present were Mesdames Harnett And Dunn day and Thursday evenings fro
Fanny. Kaplan, Midge Larrison, Return From States 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Dorothy LaCroix, Anne M an e r, Harnett and Dunn have just re- In addition to regular c 1 a
Dotha Cougher Kathleen Huffman, turned frofn a two-week visit to meetings, field trips are plan
Helen Crowell, Tessie Lower, Vir the States. They visited New York, foratdoor sk fetching and panir
ginia Russon, Selma Vainio, Jane Miami and Cuba. Miss Harnett i g.
Huldtquist, Carlotte Tully, Millie will open her dance studio and n
Reccia, Gerry Cellucci, H e I e n charm school, Monday.
Morrison, Vera Fagerberg, -- China May Demand
Jeanne Bensen, Marium W h I t e, Mrs. Grace Goerbertus
elaine Halford, Billie Crump, Ger- Honored At Coffee
turde Aligaier, Bernice Grier, Al- Mrs. Grace Goebfertus was the Talks Be Raised
berta Roth, and Mary Livingston. guest of honor, Friday morning, raised
The Hostesses for tbie November at a coffee given by Mrs. H. N.
Social which will be held Novem- Jongbloed at her home in Cristo-To To LA
ber 15th will be Mrs. Mari um bal. Mrs. Goebertus is visiting Top L vel
White and Mrs. Jeanne Bensen. here from California.
-- GENEVA, Nov. 5 (UP) T]
Cocoll Card Party Among the guests were Me s-"Little Geneva" conference 1
A card party for the benefit of dames Tita Peterson, Marcela Ga- tween the United States and Coi
the Organ Fund of St. Andrew's llindo, Mary Andrews, S a r a munist China resume here wi
Episcopal Church will be held Kidd, Florence Owen, M a r-g i e reports that China would demand
on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Morries, Pauline Motta, A I ic e raising the talks to foreign mini
the Parish Hall. Beck, Angela L a n g m a n, Lee er level.
This affair will be sponsored by kinder, Ruth Humphreys, Shel-
the Womman's Auxiliary of St An- ley Van Dam, Gloria Van Dam, U. Alexis Johnson, U.S. Ambs
drew's Church, who are offering Gloria Van Ryassan and M a r y sador to Czechoslovakia, and Wai
the usual interesting prizes. Brzezinski. Ping Nan, Communist Chine
Ambasador to Poland met for t.


CHS Senior
Has Birthday- Party
Mr. and Mrs. B. Donald Humph-
rey entertained with a buffet sup-
per recently at their hom e in
New Cristobal honoring t h e in
daughter, Donna Jeanne, on her
18th .birthday anniversary.
The centerpiece on the buffet
table was a large birthday cake
.;R in, the form of a miniature foot-
ball field with eleven celluloid
tigers and bulldogs placed in for
nation to represent the Cristobal
High School Tigers and the Bal
boa High School Bulldogs.
Informal dancing was enjoyed
following the supper. '
Later in the evening, Ricardo
Lorences, who was to celebrate
his 18th birthday the following
day, was surprised with an espe-
cially decorated birthday c a k e
while the group sang "Happy
Birthday" to him.
Classmates and other friends
invited to help Donna celebrate
included: Mary Orr, Madelon Car-
rett, Margaret Leigh, -Mary Lou
Allen, Sue Pincus, Sally and Ma-
ry Morland, Diane Peterson, An-
drea Armstrong, Peggy R o d d y.,
Sarah Barfield, Shirley Peterson,
Pat Leach, Mary Jo Aycock, E-
dithann Eckhoff, Sandra Motta,
Judy Tipton, Steffie Beck, Marie
Bleakley, Pat Maedl, Jean Cham-
bers, Bupchy Gegg, Janet and
Jeanette -Swicegood, Huey, Lee,
Linda Erickson, Martha Johnson,
collect Salter, Linda Talber, Lily
Prospect, Linda Foster, Bett y
and Charles Fears, Doris and Ed-
die Pabon, Betty and Edd ie
Smith and Mrs. Lee Kariier.
Also Luke Palumbo, Ricardo Lo-
rences, Kaiser Bazan, Allen Rob-
inette, Lewis Taber, Dick Homrne,
Jack Dougan, Guylen Lane, John
Brackins, Floyd McDermitt, Gil-
bert'Smith, Larry Cox, Carl Tut-
tie, Tommy Jordan, Manue, Pe-
rez, Tony Naboa, Bob Fogel, Burt
Mead, Al Lombana, Robert Mac-
Sparran, Lamoine Werlein S a m
Newhard, George Gerchow, Al-
varo Bernard Craig, Kenny Stone,
Fred Johnson, Windy Sasso, Jim-
my Brqoks, Chuck C r a w f o r d,
Dean Hause, Russell Favorite,
Jimmy Longo, George Mercier,
Bob Rowley, Bill Maloney, Lam-
bert Montavani, Luis Pelaez, John
Coffey, Ray Croft, Milton Grover,
Robert Lower, Dave H4wthorne,
Jone Forrest and Donna's brother,
Donald Humphrey.


Cristobal-Colon
Rotary Meeting
This week's meeting of the Cris-
tobal-Colon Rotary Club was in
honor of Panama's Indepen-
dence. It was held on Friday in-
stead of Thursday but this was
If anything all the more appro-
priate because Friday came be-
tween Panama's Independence
Day on the 3rd and Colon Day on
the 5th.


The Yincheon meeting, held at
the Stranger's Club, was well at-
- tended. Colon Rotarian Toty Es-
tenoz who is a member of the Na-
tional Assembly of Panama was
the main speaker. Addressing the
Club in English he gave complete
and detailed statistics on the Re-
public including History, Geogra-
phy, Population, Imports, Experts,
Races, Creeds-at the end of it
all more than one Rotarian had
to admit that there were all sorts
of facts and figures about Pana-
ma that he had not known be-
fore.
Miguel Tang, President of the
Colon Municipal Council, was al-
so present as a guest of the Club.
He added a few words, in Span-
ish, to Toty's remarks, describing
Panama as a little country with
a big heart.
President Les Davis reported on
the numerous appearances he has
made recently on behalf of Rota-
ry, including the Traffic Safety
and Colon Fire Department func-
tions. I
Rotarians Perry Francey and
Al Heyd were welcomed ba c k
from. leave. Farewells were said
to Doug Addison who is leaving
tomorrow for a holiday in Califor-
nia prior to taking up his ne w
post in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Bob b
Gegg presented him, on behalf
of the Club, with a .Cristobal-Co-
Ion Rotary Banner.
Next week's meeting will be
held at the Hotel Washington on
Thursday, Nov. 10, and will be
in honor of Veteran's Day. P at
Ryan will be the Guest Speaker.
Also the club will have as guests
seventeen imeembers of the Puer-
to Rican delegation who will be
visiting Colon at that time.
Art Classes Start
Tuesday At Kobbe
An opportunity to study f r e-
hand drawing, painting, composi-
tion and commercial design will
be offered Fort Kobbe's Lifeliners
in a new art class commencing


El Panama Announces Spsecial

Weekend Plan For Local Residents


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25th time to discuss w a y s and
means of easing tension in the
Far East.
Wang was expected to insist
that the negotiations be raised to
a top level meeting between Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles
and Red Chinest Premier and
Foreign Minister Chou-En-lai.
The talks between Johnson and
Wang began here Aug. 1 on repa-
triation of nationals of both sides
-and any other matters.
So far, the Chinese have, releas-
ed a fiumber of American civilians
detained on the mainland and this
week made the first move to lib-
erate U.S. citizens jailed on vari-
ous charges.
Under the second item of the
agenda- "other matters" the
Chinese have insisted on a lifting
of the trade embargo.


Johnson has so far counter e d
with requests for more informa-
tion on the fate of American GI's.
Believed captured by the Chinese
Communists during the Kor e a n
War, and for concrete assurances
that the Peiping regime will not
use force over the Formosa dis-
pote.

St. Paul's Women
To Present United
Thank Offering
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Paul's Church will present their
United Thank offering at the
service of Holy Eucharist to-
morrow morning at 9 a.m.
In addition, they will make
their monthly corporate com-
munion along with the members
of the Altar Guild and the Fleiur
de Lis Society. Other services
during the observance of the
22nd after Trinity will be held
at the regular hours with Arch-
deacon Lemuel B. Shirley offi-
dcating.


Nothing

brings out the

FULL

FLAVOR


Joe Cunningham, manager oft The facilities of the hotel will of meats like
Hotel El Panama, has announc- be open-to him, the same as fox *
e~ a special weekend plan at out of owners. This will include .
the hotel during November and a visit to the Casino in the Sky,
December for residents of Pan- swimming at the Cabafia Club, /'
ama and the Canal Zone. tennis, ping pong. shuffleboard.
"Talking to local people" says Weekenders may check in any
Cunningham, "I learned that time Saturday and stay until 9
many would like to sample the p.m. Sunday night. Anyone who
luxury' treatment El Panama wishes to prolong the weekend,
gives tourists who travel thou- or come the day before, will be
sands of miles to spend a vaca- given a special price.
tion here. Others have stated One or two children under
that they would enjoy a week- twelve may be accommodated in
end free from everyday cares, cribs or rollawayy" beds in their
involving no effort on their parents' room at no extra
part. And for a long time, too, charge. Children's portions at
we have felt that local residents half price are served in the' TiwgItEINORld"
should know their hotel better. Bella Vista Room. In addition Woefhirw s-ce
Our weekend plan is the an- to the other facilities of the l a b&W of rrw
swer." Cabafia Club, the children's' SAUC di.,o..and
For $15 per person, based on playground with Its swings and eowd for dwiin
double occupancy of a room, a sandpile will interest the small |Ne seWer. vy a
resident of Panama and the Ca-Ifry. %W today
nal Zone will enjoy a cornm- Reservations for the special MW M I N lew Sipe
modilous room with private ter- Iweekend plan must be made idsle, *HOw To Give
race and beautiful view. In this ldlrectiv with the El Panama Feeds aievetw etr Writ t T. Lti. Fr
rate Is nteclhauded dinner Served hdtel in advance, and driver's! Ce., buaeW 9,New Yat, U. s. A.
In the 1Ref Vista dining room,'license, cedular or Canal Zone IGIMh QUA,,TY-COSTS LESSI
or by candlelight on Mhts privateidentififation shown. QUATY-COSTS SS
terrace, and the Sunday BratncIj (Mereurlo) I


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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE nize what we're told pretty care-
fully.
HO'W do you discipline your For what manipulators tell us
child? Is never quite to be trusted,
By emotion? It won't do. By re- For example, the authors of
son? The chances are that won't For eChild Bxamplehavior" the author of
do, either. The only reliable dis- Child Behavior" write: "If you
cipline says the new book, "Child understand how your child's or-
Behavior," is based on "develop- ganism works, you will best un-
n evelopderstand how to move him in the
mental" knowledge-or what its direction you choose."
authors, two child "development" drctin you choose.
specialists, call through" infor- KNOWLEDGE of a child's o
mation on Johnny's weaknesses KNOWLEDGE of a child's "or-
and strong points at all age le- ganism" gives nobody any title to
v0an. control him. We derive our right
` Well, we h a v e n' t got this tocontrol out child by our love,
"though" information, have we? our concern for him-our relation-
Nor as busy parents, do we have ship to him.
time to study in a child-guidance o t .. a o
clinic-and acquire it. Knowledge of the human or-
Sganism" operating in detachment
So these specialists leave us just from love and Interest in us may
one alternative, don't they? We've well be the ultimate peril of tl'is
gott o depend upon their "though age.
information. By telling us that itj
bases he "most effective" discip-I Not long ago, Adolph Hitler
line of Johnny, they compel us showed great skill in using knowl-
to seek them and their vial in- edge of the human "organism"
formation out. to make it shout" Heil!" as it
This is an effort to manipulate murdered and looted. More recent-
our action by fear. ly, Communist "brainwashers"
TODAY nearly everyone tries have shown us what they could do
to manipulate everyone else. So with understanding of our "orga-
we can't be shocked when an oc- nism" by senGing our boys home
casional child-guidance "authori- to us dazed and broken.
ty" goes in for it. We're constant-
ly being threatened with tooth No, thanks. We've no intention
decay and social ostracism if we of regarding our children as "or-
don't buy somebody's toothpaste ganisms" to be "worked" as you
or deodorant. operate a machine. As the growth
The fact that people in the par- charts compiled by child "deve-
ent education field sometimes for- lopment" theorists are sometimes
get their rule against "dogma- useful, we are grateful for them.
tism"-and threaten us with an
undisciplined child if we don't buy That's as far as we can go. The
their specialized knowledge- is "organism" view is just too cold,
quite understandable. No harm is too clinical for our emotional
done at all so long as we scruti- taste.


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Crispy Sgar cookies-deolious Almond Drop4
and many more-have their basic makings ia this
one package-Nestl6 Cookie Mixt Yet, it's a,
Cookie Shop in a Box. It contains the best ingre-
dients-you just add water and a few trimmings,
and you're ready to bake in Les than 10 mIeutes
Luscious, chocolate-rich kinds too, like Brownies,
Toll House' Cookies and Refrigerator Squares,
when you add Nestle's Semi-Sweet Chocolate
Morsels. Buy both-and get the best Cookie Team
ian town


S M r Meciwas on every Cookie Mix bai


Cut chicken into serving pieces,
or thaw according to directions.
Rinse in coid water and dry. Melt
butter in skillet; season chicken
and ibrown on both sides. Remove
from skillet. Add onions to skillet
and fry slowly until tender Return
browned chicken (skin-side up) to
skillet; sprinkle with paprika. Add
water and cover. CooK slowly 30 to
40 minutes, or until tender.


Remove chicken to platter. AdJ
cream to skillet mixture, stir and
heat thoroughly. Serve with hot
cooked rice. Note: It stewing
chicken,' cook slowly about 1 hour
and 45 minutes, or until tender.
Chicken Sauce-
(Yield: 4 servings)
Two cups diced cooked chicken,
1 garlic bud, finely chopped; %4
cup chopped onion, 3 tablespoons
fat, 3 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon
salt. 1 cup chicken broth, 1 cup
(8 ounces) tomato sauce, 1 tea-
spoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 ta-
blespoon brine from olives, V2 cup
sliced pimento olives.
Pan-fry garlic and onion in hot
fat n a skillet. Blend in flour and
salt. Add remaining ingredients.
Serve on hot cooked rice or|
spaghetti with shredded Parmesan
cheese.


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RICE IS A PERFECT PARTNER
TO GO WITH CHICKEN DISHES
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
I The rice crop is larger this year.
So let's get out the cookbooks and
!look up chicken and rice recipes
,(for budget meals.
Curried Chicken on Rice-
(Yield: 4 servings)
Eight chicken wings or backs, 1
teaspoon salt, / teaspoon pepper,
flour, 1-3 cup butter or margarine,
2 cups milk, /a to 1 teaspoon curry
powder, 2 cups cooked rice.
Roll chicken in seasoned flour.
Pan fry in butter until golden
brown. Add milk and curry pow-
der. Cover. Cook slowly foi 25 to
30 minutes. Thicken if necessary.
Serve over hot rice.
Hungarian Chicken
One chicken for frying V cup
butter or shortening, salt, pepper,
4 cups finely diced onion (4 medi-
um onions), 1 teaspoon paprika,
1-3 cup water, 1 cup cream, cooked
rice.


the new "KING
of the KEYBOARD"
plays for
your pleasure
with his

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at all times!

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Stooaded Greyhound Bus Rams


| Tractor-Trailer, One Killed
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CONCORD, N.C., NOV. 5 (UP)- operations at the wreck. "She cer-
A Greyhound bus loaded with stu- tainly did a grand job," he said.
dent nurses plowed into a disabled "She was in inspiration to every-
traptor-trailer yesterday and car- one."
omed into a five-foot ditch, killing He also commended the "cour-
one girl and injuring 33 other per- ageous assistance" of many of the
a s i. student nurses in giving aid to
Authorities said 15/girls and the other injured girls.
bus driver were hospitalized at "Some of them were bleeding
Cabarrus Hospital here, and at so badly you couldn't see their
Presbyterian and Memorial hospi- eyes," he said. "Yet they wouldn't
tal sin Charlotte, but all were in get in ambulance: for fear it
"satisfactory" condition. might deprive some other girl more
The accident occurred at 12:43 badly injured of space. We had to
a.m. on U.S. 29, a dual lane high- force some o them into the ambu.
wav, some seven miles south of lances and cars to take them to
here. Two highway patrolmen, W. hospitals."
'A. Nichols and Charles Tilley, Six of the .irls and the bus
Were in a patrol car behind theldriver, George Robert Allen, 29,
bus and were eyswitnesses to the of Charlotte, were taken to Cabar-
Wreck. rus Hospital here. Their condition
They said the trailer-truck de- was described as "satisfactory."
eloped engine trouble and tried Presbyterian Hospital said 12 of
to pull off the highway onto a its student nurses were injured
shoulder. "but none is in serious condition."
"It had& its lights on. It was Charlotte Memorial said 15 girls
parked at an angle. extending into were treated for injuries and only
the road slightly," said Nichols. four hospitalized. "They are not,
"The bus struck the truck and in serious condition," said Admi-
eareened into a ditch We stopped; nistrator Zach Thomas.
immediately and started pulling Nichols said Allen and truck
out victims." drive Gene Harold Ritch, 25, ofr
Greyhound officials said 39 stu- Durham, had posted $2,500 bonds
dent nurses were aboard the char- for appearance at an inquest to
-tered bus returning to Charlotte ibe set when Allen's condition al-
from the state nurses convention lows. Miss May said she was in a
at Winston-Salem. 'The girls were car directly behind the bus when
fprom Charlotte Memorial and the accident occurred. She was!
Presbyterian hospitals. !chaperone for the trip to Winston-F
Biil Workman, city editor of the Salem.
Kannapolis Daily Indep en d e n t, "It was the worst thing I've
said the right side of the bus was ever seen." she said. "We got their
ripped out where it struck a bank girls out as fast as we could and
after leaving the highway. l administered first aid."
,It's amazing how anyone in the "It was a terrible thing to hap-
front section of the bus came .out pen after the girls bad had sol
alive," he said. "The whole right much fun at the convention," she
half of the bus was a mass of said.
twisted wreckage with seats piled;
everywhere."
Workman said a large number
*f injuries were lacerations and
injuries to the feet because "ma-
ny of the girls were barefooted,
enjoying the time-honored nurses*
.ha6"t of taking off their shoes to
relax." Nichols praised Miss Ma-
irvbell May, director of nurses at
Presbyterian Hospital. for her
*'calm hand" in directing first-aidf
me


Tariff Concessions

Tipped To Undermine

IS Coffon Industry O IN
CAMDEN, S.C., Nov. 5 (UP) -
A textile executive said here the
State Department's foreign trade
policy is not only "sabotaging" the to
departmentt of Agriculture's cotton
'program, but will jnevita b I y
"short change" the American
public.
IL K. Hallett of Charlotte, N.C..H O G
X, former president of t he
American Cotton Manufacturers
Institute. said as a result of re-
cent tariff cuts for the special be-
nefit of Japanese cotton manufac-
t'-rers, a reduction of United T in
states mill operations "is not only une
academic-it is factual."
Hallett branded the new foreign
trade policy a "glorified WPA
kind of idea." Ke
He said the Japanese are "too K eep
smart'to move in all at once" on
the U. S. market and it may be
"some months, or even years," be-
fore the full impact of the tariff
concessions "become measurable Uieni
in loss of business, gradual con-
traction of mill operations and cur-
tailment of textile jobs." __III IIIII___II


THE PANAMA AMERICAN Al INDEPVDEL NT DAILY NEWSPAPER


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affection
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SAscended 23 Golf mound
14 Ascended 24 Legislative
15 Moves
16 Heap newly 25 Scorch
17 Footike part 26 Robust 39 Church 48 Froster,as
178 Pedal dik t 27 Dry festival 'of cakes
I0 oass 29 Scold 40 Steamship 49 Scatters, as
20 Compass point 30 Passage
21 Enrolls Passagein the (ab.) hay
25 Conduit brain 42 Bails, as water5l Low haunt
28 Weird 31 Evenings from a boat 52 Conclusion
32 Difficult (poet.) 43 Saucy 54 Note in
33 Growing out 35 Mariner's 44 Asseverate Guido's scale
34 Foreign direction 45 Companion 55 Burmese woo
36 Solar disk 38 Footlike part 47 Top of head sprite
37 Fortification
41 Free
43 Card
46 Onager
47 Deep hole
50wreaths Eluded
53Bridge holding -
56 Chemical
substance
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58 Tendencies
59 Estimators
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wreaths
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Church of Christ
f. 0. Milton Lvanlleat
Telephone 246)e2
BALBOA: WS1, Balboa Road.
Services l day, 10:9 a.m 11:00 am.
11:00 p.m.
CRISTOBAL Amerean Luton Halli
Services Sunday 10:00 a.m. 11;00 a.m
R10 BAJO: House -No. 3024 15th St
Sunday 4:30 o.m

Unitarian


vNITARMIN

09:30 A.m.
Bldg. 362
Ancon Blvd. &
Maoey Place
Ancon
tour invitatiobW
to Uberal
religion.
tertt'entiPtc, P"I Von the Atlantic side
I eay call tirjli 3-2412. or write to
ox 5 Baptist
Baptist


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cOLOLI BAPTIST CHUR'
311 kirula Roa
Drawer 3 ab Balooa
Phone 2-1106
Earl F. Paderew kl, Pas
Phone 2-1701
Sunday School ...........
Morning Worship ........*
I'rainin Union ...........
lveniniig Worship ..........
prayer: Meeting
Each Wednesday .......
Brothtrbiood-4th
Mo. iay each month ....
' Bpan-bh aible School
cL. Saturday ..........


KWT BAPTP1 WCHUMC
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer B" Balboa Helghts
Phone Balboa 1727,
William H. Jeeby, Paster
Sunday) acnco ............ *SO a.m
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m
BapI isTanini Uni00 .... 6:30 o.m
Evangelic Sermce ........ :30 .-m
Prayer Meeting Wednes-
days *.................. I0S pm
W.M,* B ble Study Turs
day *.....******9********:* a.
Men's Brothhood (LA s
Monday in month) ........ IS0 p.m
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita., Canal Zone
Rev. J. ILM. Haulbrook, Pastos
Sunday School .............. 9:45 am.
Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m.
Baptist Training Union ...... 6:30 p.m.
Evening Worship ........... 7:45 pn.
Brotherhood, Tuesdays .....a 7:00 pJ..
Officers & Teachers
Meetings, Wednesday...... 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Services, Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.
W.M.U., 1st & 3rd Fridays
G.A., RA., & Sunbeam.
Friday ................... :30p.m.

Salvation Army

The Faem@lgeid.

Senior Captai a nd MsN McDonald
15 de Febrero
Phone 2 -20M
10:45 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
6:00 Young People's Legion.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
LA BOdA, C. Z
Sr. Cawt. Agasa WUMai
Lieut. West
Building No. 100.
9:30 Sunday School.
11:00 ooHoliness Mting.
6:00 oeung Pople'a Legion.
7:30 Salvation Meting.

RED TANK. C. L.
savoy ad Mrs. C. L. Mosele7
Building No, 52X
9:30 Sunday School.
11:00 Holinas Meeting.
3:00 Young oeple's Legio.
7;30 Salvation Meeting-


The Atlantic SIde
COLON CENTRAL HALL
Senior Capal and ria. C Moomawmy
14th Street
Phone 38-743.
Majdr Edna i ghians
3rd Street.
COLON THIRD STREET HALL
gveninx Worship ............. .30
RAINBOW CITY. C.
2nvoy Joseph GMI
at. Ktta & Jamale St.
10:45 Holiness Meting.
3:00 Sunday School.
6:00 Young People's Leglelu.
T.30 Salvaton Meeting.

Union Churches


Where an Prot tp cooperate with
Saty in liberty in non-
sentialsa ntd charity in all thiap
THE ATLANTIC SIDW
New Crist6bal
Corner of Melnd Avenue and
Third Steet.
Phone 3-140
Mrs. B. Davison Executive See-
retary. Supply Pasto' from lah ui
Methodist Mission: Rev. Willim Arm-
itrong. Rev. S. Walden .&id Rev. P.
:4t am. Sunday School for all ages.
11:00 a.m. Worship service and chureh-
time nursery Wednesday evening-C olr
practice.
Gatn
Rev. Ray Blakely, Pastor.
g:4S a.m. Sunday School
11:00 am Worship Service

M Rev. Paul B. W. Olander, Pastor.
Flune :31449
0:80 lbIe School.
10:4 Wonhidp service and Churchdmt
20 youth reBowsahlB
TH PACIFIC *SID

TheRev. Osear W. Olsen, Paste<
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St.
Phone 2-1486-Church Office .3180.
19:0 Church School Ftreehbus service
Parsonage Discust ion Group.
10* Worship Service The Expanded
Seasl" for Nursery, Ktnduerarti,
Primary and Junior Depts.
Chirc b4nU Nursery for children
under &
SO Junior-High Fellowship.
4:0 P st-HIh Fellowhhip.
7:.0 Iinor-=Bil rellowxhlp
GAMBOA
Dr. Walker I. Alderton. Minister.
OffleC Phone -*47--Reidence Phone
1M0 a.m. Church School.
t0:40 a.m. Morning Worship Srvite*.


14 nam I


churches of the many feiths In the Canal Zone, and the termineG
ctie *of Panama end Colon, Republhc of Panagm, extend a welcome
at ell times to m ensd women *# the eromd wsvices, **d to civilies
aieighbors, friends and trangers.
As a publw r rice, the The Penamo American lists below, by
deeominationts,e atices of bhous worship and other regular, activities.
listingss oa re ated hem time to time. 0Dnminations having
only one or two conGregetioes are lted undei "Othd> Churches And
Services:" A special listing s included tor s rvces e Army posts.
Air Frce btsa ends Novel Istaefs.
Mivistesa. church secretorles end chaploins are asked to infirm
the news desk in writing by Wednesday neon at the latest at any
changes for the coming Saturday's church page.
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Methodist
1'H METHlUUlbS l tCIIUIB
I British Conference'


Rev. William H Armstrong
16th St.. Panama City
1:00 a m. Morning Praves and Sermon
3 :00 p m. Sunday.'School
7:15 om tvenine Pra"et and Sermon
KIWNITUl MIETHODISI CHUWIC
7th Street and Melender Avenue.
Colbn. RP
Rev. Samuel Walden, Minister
9:3o a.m.-Morning Service ano Holy
Communion
3 p m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Evening Service.
(Holy Communion 1st Sundays)
Monday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting.
EBENIZE s MLTrHOISIlS CHURICB
Rainbow City. CZ
Rev. Samuel Walden, Minister
Suiu& nei-vces a .i. aiu .o.,- p.m
Sunday School for ages all at 9:30 p.m
Yonr Invitailtn To Workip."
Tuesday 7 o n. Prayer MteeUinl


17:00 a.m.
7 p.m. Catholic
7:30 p.m ST. MARY'S CHURCIH-Balboa
30 p.m unday Masses: 7:00, 8:00. 10:00 and
7:00 pm 1:00 ay m. Ma : 5:55. g:00. 11:556 a4
000a and :00 p.m.
10:00.m. Confessions; aturday. 3:30 to 5:0,1
and 7:00 to 8:00 pm. Thursday. before
First Friday: 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
. Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Monday.
Catechism class, after the 8:00 mass
on Sunday. c
SHigh School Study Club 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday.


SACRED HEART-Ancon
Sunday Masses: 5:55. 7:30 & 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day masses: 5:55 a.m. anJ 5:00
p m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before' First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday.
Catechism Class: 3:15 to 4;:45 p.m. on
Thursday.


OUR LADY OF FATIMA-Curnndn
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 p.m on Sat-
urday.
Catechism Class: Saturday 8:30/to 10
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH-Paralso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Friday.
Convert Instructions: Thursday 7:00
p.m.

ST. VINCENTS-Panama City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
6:06 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5S:00 and
7:00.1o 8:00 p.m. Thursday before Firt
Friday 7 pm y !.
*JFrdaci Medal Ite -aa* .4ta.
af o Cross: Friday 1:00'p.1.
Citechi am Class: Aft 8:30 mass an
Stmanday.
Convert Class: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday.
ST. TunIRUA'S-Coe'*e
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 anm. (It It falls
on Saturday-8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. on
Monday.
Confessions: 1:00 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA BALL
Parque Letevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 am
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 ajn. to 6:00
p.m.
Confteessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 1:00 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Frrday 1:00
p.m.
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.


ST. THERESE'S-La Boe"
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
Confessios: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: 3:15 p.m. on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday.
Convert Class: 6:3 p.m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC-
MIRACULOUS MEDAL-Crist6bal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m.
Confession*: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve-
trMaculous Medal Novena: 3:00 and
5:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 mass on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day Dur-
ing the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 a.m.
HOLYT AMILY CHURCH-Margarlta
Sunday Masses: 7:30 and 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 amn. and 5:00
p.m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novenas 7:00 p.m
on Monday.
Teen-age Cluls 7:15 p.. on Wednes-
dartechlsm Class: 4:00 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.


ST. JOSEPH'S--Colon
Sunday Masses: 5:45 and 9:00 a.m.
Holy ay Masse: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5100 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenat Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m
Sorrowful Mother: Sunday 7:15 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Monday
and Thursdays.
Catechism Clam. 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. on
Sunday.
OUR LADT OF GOOD COUNStB
Gimbe
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m.
Confessions: 7:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m.
on Tuesday.
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Sacret Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday.
ReligIon Instruction: 4:00 p.m. Thurs.
-ary & Benedictions on Sunday 4:30
p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Gatat J
Sunday Masses: 7:30 and 9:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mases: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:30 on Friday.
Miraculous Medal Novenat, 7:11 p.m
on Tuesday.
Catechism Class: 3:48 to 6:00 pma on
AWasd"a.


Chrisstin Scientist vCE.s-Ra-. a
C iSunday M ass 6:30 e.m. and 8: 00.
ClIMAtn IltAULi Holy Day Masses: :400 an and .600
r . l^tEl A r sConfessIons: 4:00 to *.00 end 1:.0 to
S.sd 5,0 p.m. Saturday.
osml e Catechisma Clas: 11:00 am. on Sunday
IrsI ^mt %Sat.IWO, I o"hal Miracrtulous Medal Novenas 7:00 p.m.
p5 lUji & seliaw Tay on1Tus*day.


Othei Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENI
Ancon. CZ.
Sinister: Rev. Elmer 0. Nelson
Boi 68. Ancon. C.Z. Balboa 6202
.Sunday School ........... 9:45 a.m
Morning Worship ... ...... 1030 m
Youth Service ............ 6:45 p.m
Evening Service .......... 7:30 p.m.
N.F.M.S. Service ..........7:00 n.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
PanamA R.P.. 23rd Street East
Rev. S. N. Brown. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship ........... 9:30 a.m
Sunday School............ 3:00 p.m


Pope To Address

Catholic Teachers

In St. Peters

I VATICAN CITY, Nov. 5 'UP'-
Pope Pius XII will return to the!
Vatican twice this weekend from
his summer residence of Castel-
gandolfo, the Vatican announ c e d
yesterday.
The Pontiff will come to Rome
Friday to address a 'mass audience
of Italian Catholic teachers in St.
Peters Basilica. He will then re-'
turn to Castelgandolfo, and come
here again on Sunday for an au-
dience to veterans of Italy's gren-
adier corps.
In view of the heavy schedule,
the Dnna .ennllae the w kolv Y n-


To Buy-This Market Basket 4
Steelworkers Must Work



UNITED STATES ONLY I hr.38min. /b. BACON
1 lb. BEEF


UNITED KINGDOM4hr.45min lb. POTATOES

I b. BUTTER
WEDEN 5 hr.1 mn. dz. EGGS


WEST GERMANY k 66hr.27min.


Episcoal .Ml n.m a- C1.11. Sunda. tiawu, ., 1eral audience Saturday in Castel- FRANCE
The it Rev R.Heber: oden, S4.. ) m.0 psm gandolf-. FAE
Episcopal V.HsWITNESSES A
The Vr Rev R. Hdeber Gooden, S.'t._ .V_._a_0pm9hr.FRmn.
M.M.rard MacDonald 1y TSat 7:30 p.m. and FORT KOBBE STEELERS' HIGH PURCHASING POWER-Americanh steel workers labor for less iime to pa
Th ry e. M. Richard MacDo Sundays T 4:00 pm. Wirz Memorial. f ........................ or a basic market basket of food than do any of thcir counterparts in leading steelProducing oun-
.ACNL1. 'tL.R 806 Balbb.a Road, Balboa. Saturday Mass..................8:00! tries, says the American Irn and Steel Initute The chart abor e makes the c inomparison. It is
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE Sunday. ...........Sn 7 00 and, e:00e ,ase Aera n oandr e l :i-soI1953 les a oisr
7:30 a.rt Holy Communion. CHURCH OF JStUS CHRIST ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE most foreign countries. r
8:30 atn Santa Communion (4th Sun- OF LATTER-DAA SAINTS (Mormon) Daily Ma.,s ..................... 6:10
day,. Sunday meetingp in the JWB-USO, La Saturday Ma. ................. 7:00,-- ----- ----
9:15 q.n.. Church School. Boca Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest- I
9:45 a n,. Escuela DoTInical. hood 8:30 a^m.Meeting; Sunday School. US. NAVAL STAIVN. RODM
Holy Communion First Sun- nh Daily Mass .............. m N w Vac n G VP P tP t r
1 AtlanticMBranchga 10:_ m Snay AMass.............._
1AIL.EOK AIR FORCEeBASE


7:00 p. evening Prayer and Sermon. Building 200. Schqolhouse Road.
WEDNESDAYS Gatun. Canal Zone.
8:30 amn. Holy Communion. telephone, Gattin 364 or Crist6bal 289
7:00p I, Evening Prayer, Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Sac
HOLY DAYS -ement Meeting 6:30 p.m. Prieshoo
6:00 an Holy Uommunion. Meeting 6:30 p.m Wednesday Prinar)
8:30 a Holy Communion. 16:30 p.m Wednesday Relief society meet
8:30 am Ho DAILY ing as announced,
8:15 a n, Morning Prayer. i Htas UNI PROTU'ANI
12:00 Mti-day Missionary Prayers. CHURCH
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUiR Rev Paul Holloway, Pastor
Third Street. New Cristobal Office. Curundu 7511605
The ev. Milton A. Cooo Pastor Sunday School ............. :4


Holy Communion .......... 7:30 a.m
Church School ........... 9;30 a.m
Morning Prayer
and Sermon .............. 11:00 p.mn
tFirst Sunday. Holy Communioni
Vesper Service and
Youth Fellowship ........ 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 8:30 a.m
Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:30 p inm.
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOL)
Chuch ut St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
SUNDAY
Holy C'ommunion
Family Pravor a n d Church School.
9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 a.m
IHC. first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. 7:30 p.m.
Weekday Praver 8:00 a.m
'jood Ihepherd
Tij Rev. Clarence W. Hayes
8.00 a.m everv Friday. Murmau Fray


(H.C. LaL rrayr.,
s AMBOA
St. Simon's Chulch
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
Morrnig Prayer, 1st and 3rd.
Sunday. ............... 10:30 a.m
Holy Communion and Ser-
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School ........... 3:00 p.m.
Youth Fellowship ......... 5:00 p.m
Evening Prayer ........... 7:00 p.m
MONDAY
Girls' Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7;00 p.m.
THURSDAYS ,
Holy Crmmuhion ....... 9:00 a.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays .............. 7:3 p.n
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In Charges
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer 'and Church School
10:00 am.
Children's Eucharist. 3rd Sundays 10
Soly Baptism A 0 piE.
enson -and aermo 7730 .m.
MONDAY S THRU SATURDAY
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 a.m
Evening Prayer ......... 7:00 p.m.
except Saturdays, Compline
1st TUESDAYS s 3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 7:30 p.m.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Corner of Espavi Ave.. Brazos Blvd.
The K SUNDAYS
8:30 am.. Church School
9:30 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
(lst Sundays, Holy Communion)
4:30 p.m. Confirmation Instructions.
PALU SECO
Charcb of The Holy Comforter
Ven. L, B. Shirley. Archdeacon'
Every Monday 8:3A am. Holy Com.
amuniob. I
rARAISO
St. Alban's Church
The Rev. David A. Osborne,
Priest in Charge
SUNDAY
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist & Sermon
12:00 n'jie Infant Baptism
3:00 n.m;. Church School
(held in Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 m. Evensong and Address.
TUESDAY
7;30 o in. Woman's Auxiliary and Al-
tar Guild Meeting.


PANAMA eITY
St. Paul's Church
The Vcn. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Rev. Fitz B. Atwell, Deacon
SUNDAY
9:00 a..n. Sung Eucharist & Sermon
10:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 noor Holy Baptism
7:00 n.m. Solemn Vespers
TUESDAY
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 a m. Holy Communion
7:00 n.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 r m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
CHRST CHURCH i.THU-SrA
-psrseopal-
Col6n. do P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Ven. Mainert J. Peterson, Rector
The Rtv. Henry A. Blake. Assistant
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communia.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am. Church School Seatior.
7:30 p.m. Solemn vensong and Ser-
mon.
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
8:30 p.m. Adult Conflrmationm Clam
THURSDAYS
8:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS
1:00 a.m. Children'* ucharist.
SATURDAYS
10:00 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
7:30 p.m. Compline andMeditation.


RAINBOW CITY
Church of St. Mary, the Virgin
Thi Ven. Mainert J. Peterson,
Priest in Charge
The Re# John A. Spaulding, Deacon
SUNDA1YS
Sung lucharist ........... 7:30 am.
Church School ........... 9:45 a.m.
Evens,-ne and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Even ,ng and Sermon .... 7:30 p-m.
THURSDAY
Holy Communion. ........ 7:00 a.m.
GA&TN
St. Geamr's Church
The Ven. Mtnu t J. Peterson,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. John A. Spaulding, Deacoe
1st AND 3rd SUNDAY
Holy Communion ......... 1:30 a.m
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS
Morn;rg Prayer
and Serrron .............. 9:30 a.m.
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 a.m


Morning worsap ........... n1 a.mn
Youth Meeting ............... 6 p m
Evening Worship ........... 7 p m

OLD CAIPHOLI. CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
l3th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday aL :30 a.m
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursdaw
4:30 a.m.
Sacrament ol UnctIon Healing Str.
'Ice) First Sunday of each month a
1:30 o.m


Mount Haisbel. Chrlstlae Churel
Panama R P
it Rev T iaqn.. DD 0itlshon
ottffiatlna
Morning devotlp a ........ 5:tU a.m
FellowLiJ 'Vorqhiu at ...... l:00 am
Sunday School at ............3:00 m
Jivine Serviceo al .......... 1:30 vm

SAHA' CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanizaci6n El Carmen, Panami City
tr normal Talk, and Discusions
Thursday...............62:00 pbrn.
Colon. th & Front Streeta
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Clasmes......Thursdava. 1:30 .m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCHES
Rev. Waldaba H. Stewart. Pastor
Red Tank, CZ-Sundays, IT a m. divine
worship: 3:30 p.m. Sunday School 7:30 n
in. gospel service.
Parqua Lefevre. RP 5th and lst Sts..
No. 40 Sundays. 3 pm. Bible school
Wednesday, Bible reading.
Paraiso. CZ-Sunday. % .m. Sunday
School at the gymnaslumL
THIE CHURCH OF GOD
TP38 Eighth St.-Col6n
Rev t,. W. Grandson, Pastor
Sunday School .............. :30 a.m.
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 anm.
Night Se7vice ............... 7:30 p.m.
Cor. "'N" and Mariano Aresemena St
Rev. Win. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School ......;...... 9:30 as .
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night service ............. 7:30 p.m.
New Providence
Mr.. Maude Hines, Paster
Sunday Shool .............. 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 a.m.
Night oevice .... .... 7:30 p.m.
1oth St.-Rio Abajo
Rev. Win. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School .............. 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ........ 10:30 am.
Night Scivice ............... 7:30 p.m.
First Church of God


B'd;. 5142-Diablo His., C.Z.
Rayv Win. Livingston, Pester
Morning Worship .......... 10:00 a.m.
Sundae School .............. 11:00 a.m.
Night Service .............. 7:30 p.m.
CHUBRCB OF TE FOURSQUARE
GOSPEL
(Full Gospel)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
School Gymnasium Hains St.
Rev. Vinton Johnson, minister
Sunday School ........... .. J:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m
Evangelistic Service ........ 7'30 p.m
Thu., Prayer Meeting in
Church in PanamA City.
(Cor. Q St. and Mariano
Arosemena) ............... 7:30 p.n


ATLANTIC SIDE
Rev. T. "J. Tuttle, Supt.
Phone: Col6n 1094-J
COLON
2005 Amador Guerrero St.
Sunday School ............. 3:00 p.m
RAINBOW CITY
Cor. Randolph and Klamouth Sts.
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Tuttle, pastors
Mr. Paul Bryson, Asst. pastor
Sunday School .............. 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service ......... 7:30 p.m
Tues.. Gospel Service ...... 7:30 n.m
Thurs.. Spanish Service .... 7:30 n.m
Sunday Scahooln are the following
Places:
Col6n, 4th & Gst., 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-
Panama. 3 p.m.. 4:30 p.m.
La Boca 3 pm., 4:30 p.m. Chorrillo
3 n.m.. 4:30 p.m.
Parque Lefevre 9 a.m.. 10 a.m. Pa-
raiso. No. 101, 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m.
La Boca -Town. Rio Abajo. 2 p.m.,
4:30 pm.
Monday, Wednesdays.Frldays services
are held from 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. E. Watson. Overseer
Phone 6-428, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Hermsn G. Whyte). Colon, R.P
(Rey. Fernando Lorende), Rfo Abajo
(1ev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes), and
Cativi (Rev.'and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekdays services at all
churches.


Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDES
Protestant


FORT AMADOR
Sunday' School 9:00
Morning Woraltp ............... 1000
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No. 154) 9:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:1l
FORT KOBBS
Sunday School (Building 711)..-. 6:3,
Morning Worship ............. 10:45
vening Worship .........18:30 p.m.
COROZAL
Morning Worship ............ :0U
ALBROOK AIR FORCE AIQ.
Sunday School ................. :30,
Morning Worship ..... ....... 10:45
Youth Group ......... :30 and, 9:00
en Worship .............. 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION RODiMAN
Sunday School (Building No. 1) 9:30
Morning Worship .............. 11:00
15th HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
T6Mu3 .. a*... n,


it. aws *L* 0eHoly CB (Eunin (Episcopal) Sunday
10 f'-eldop Teft 7:30 D Mh= WeF* IoO (Holy Com.
iO ft 0 t munionem h flt Sunday to the
Th, 4MT. cliM0 W. Haye month).
Priet ia Charge
RoN CaO tnlo .. ....... 10 m FORT RCat-
Surnday School ........... 10:30 a.m. roRT AAR
Saotima S to n .. bad & 4th 7,. Daily ..... .............. 7l 3
S an Daly t .................... :
Woman' A d tb Staday S a ......... & 7.1
w*e. p.. m, Sa ........
maly Comaiuate Weaagh t * u 5tmay la-**.......*.....10.30


T Saturday .. ................. ... " I I


S Dey o .. ......... ..P Against O ne O f Cold Viruses
Wor ish........... 0f St Peter's

Jewish la
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE | -
SatuOa ............ ... 4:00 pm The parish hall of St. Peter's
FORT KOEBE
Satur ................. 2:00 m. church in La Boca will be the WASHINGTON, Nov. 5 (UP) vaccine. The climax came recent-
ATLANTIC SIDE scene of a bazaar on Thursday i The government announced I at iv llwnn lie and hl< colleagues
Protestant night, sponsored by the Woman's night it has developed a vaccine tried the new serum on 83 volun..
5 FORT DAVIS Auxiliary. 'which provides "substantial pro- 'eers.
FORToningWrsp ............... 11:00Al tection against one of the virus- Huebner and his colleagues said
Sunday School ................. 9:30 To ensure its success, the Par- es linked with the common cold in tseir report those who got -tie
Morning Worshi ... ......... 11:00 ish Welfame Council is assisting and similar infections. vaccine "experienced significantly-
unday Shool ..L .............TATION. 9.30 in the promotion of this venture. The public Health Serv;ce re- ly greater protection against, in.
Morning Worship ............. 11:00 Needlework by members ofP sealed the si um proved 71 per fection and illness" than thbas
Church Time Nursery .......... 10:30 the auxiliary, refreshments an d ceut effecthie in a series of dra- who didn t get injections.
Catholici home-cooked food will be place J matic tests on inmate volunteers I I_ _-- ..
FORT DAVIS o.." n sale at the baiar. Added a'- atreformatorie in Maryland and
oMaralandtShelldesssOhio.
Sunday Mass..........9 30& 10:45 tractions are a fi;h pond ,'d O e es
SundayMas................... cake walk, with music for il e n
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION entertainment of the patron The announcement signaled a M I ..
Daily Mass..................7:00. ilajo' achievement in the centu-.
Sunday Mass .................. 9:r0 !ries long struggle to conquer the'a l m
CO SOLITO Breakfast for Homecoming per respiratory diseases which ,
Sundy Mass Jewish........... . strike millions of Americans and
FORTGULICK I The services at "." "Pbete' hundreds of millions of dol-s ..
Tuesday ..... .. .. ......... 7 p.m church tomorrow will celebratelcost hundreds of millions of dol reading
(Combned service for all men of lew- hurch tomorrow dll cete las every ear.
,sh faith stationed op Atlanc Sidei. Homecoming Sunday, set asi The vaccine is not the answer ITHACA, N Y., Nov. 5 (UP1--
as a day of welcome to former to the mild cold. But it is aimed Housewives may scon be able to
euoarist athon 7 a.te. the Wo i,.Iat the APt adenoida. phaiyngeal, buv eggs without shells at .Lh
Seventh DVcayh a a ,," b "....z 'conjuctival iruses which ca use corner grocery store.
Auxiliary will serve a break s' re colds grippe. virus pneu. Prof. L. B. Darrah, poultry

Adventist in the parish hall. health service's National I n s t i- marketing specialist at the state
S... cold-like infections, college of agriculture at Corneil
This group will make a colrn- he
Weekly Service in all Churche This group will make a The health service s a i d the University, developed the "nak-
ATDA ollQw: orate communion and present .t present vaccine provides protec- ed" egg.
SATURDAY: School 9.30 am. Divine S United Thank Offtion against only one form of APC
ice. 11:0oo .m. Youth's Meeting. 4:30 om week Sunday morning. illness. It also said it is in aI The eggs, which will be soid.,i
UWENDAY: Bible Scture, 7:30 Prav. "preliminary stage' and there is 12 compartment polyethy I"1
Service 7,s .m no prospect of its being made packets, are expected to4'Ie
Pacific Side-Panana & Baloa available to the public "in the cheaper and just as good as egg
'Tel. 28- 3-5843 War near future." with shells. What's more,t
Cabo Verde. Ave J. F. de la Ossa No nr Ia r FrS S new system, which incorpora
"7. Panama o. Jamaica thSo iety Hal MAKE FRIE DS But it announced scientists ex- certain electronic devices, elim-
Pueblo Nuevo. 2-A St between 3rd and pect in time to improve the vac- inmates the present none-toot-a"-
4th Sts. Rio AbaJo. 11th St. No. 7 cine to provide protection against curate system of grading. ",,
Balboa Chapel. 0844 Gavilin Rd. Balboa the "entire group" of APC illness-
(Saturday only). Darrah says the eggs willha
Spanish Curches-PanamA & Crilt6bal es for the first time in history. Darrah says the eggs will be
District Pastor Rub6n Rui z Development of the new vaccine on sale in Ithaca stores within
SPanamA Call. Darikn No. Cr't6bl s was announced jointly by the'six months and in other stores
h GamboaF rijole. health service, and the Johns Hop- In the state later.
District Pasatr A. A. Grizzle kins Institutions which aided in .. *
(TeL. 021 the research. A full report will He explained a machine brAks
Atlansrtic Sid-a-Col6n & Cls bal be published Saturday in the jour-: open the eggs, and drops themt
District Pastor V. G. Newman nal of American Medical Assn. !into the individual compart-
Col6n, 3rd. St Central Av Crlst&. The vaccine is the work of a ments with a strong film.
oal. 16th St. & Bolivar Ava. team of crack medical scientists ..
led by Dr. Robert J. Ruebner, The advantages: By placing
-* brilliant young virologist at the two pee wee eggs in each cam-
Jew h tutes of Health. apartment a "double yolk" canr*
SWefare Board Bd 7-f Health. made available to consumers 'at
Boca Roal. Balboa, C.Z. Rabbi Nathan She took a group of guests to a It is similar to the alk vaccine about large egg prices.
Witkin D~rector. at.I them But against polio. It is the result of.
Service *Friday, 7;30 p.m. Saturday.ub entertainthintensive research which began Early indications," Prof D
(See :0 o listings of Jewish serviceiatalking to other members that in 1953 after Huebner and h is:rah said, "are that the protesS
uneer Posts, Bases and Stations). s he scarcelty had time to look aides discovered the APC virus will lower the cost of marketthi
sh cce, a t. family, ,egps and keep them fresh lonr-
Congregtlion Kol Shearith Israel Ave- stfter her guests. When the Thei. APC viruses fall inte nine er "
nida C.b, and 36th Street, Bella. vista -uests were ready to say' "Good- basic groups but the bigettro
Panm City. S ervites 8:00 p.m basic groups but the biggest trou-
Py" they had to stand and wait ble-naker is Tpye III which The eggs can, be poached, or
because their, hostess was off cause' enidomics of a five-dav ill- boiled right in the container.
talking to another group. ness that features fever. sore And there are no egg shells to
Lut ran ... throat and inflammation of t h e dispose of. However, they must
SRbEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH Whether she is entertaining at eyes. be removed from the container
2The CIurchet the Lutheran Hun o0nme or away from home a. It is this Type III virus which for frying or scrambling sinve
Phone Balboa 357. l hostess' first duty is to her Huebner cultured, killed and in-'the pan heat is too much for the
Sunday School and Junior and AduJt guests. corporate into a "killed virus" polyethylene substance.
Bible Classes at 9:00 am.: Worship Serv.
ice. 10:1 aji eua oee ihs


ice, 10:15 m. Regular covered diah supl
per the second Sunday of each month
at the Lutheran Service Center at S:39
p.m. Holy Communion the first Sunday
of each month, with a pra-communioa
devotion and registration 'the F r i d a 7
previous at 7 o.m. .
CHURCH OF THE FOURSQUARE
GOSPEL
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA
At Rebecca Lodge. Balboa Road at
La Boca Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V.
Tho-npson Pastors
Sunday School .......... 9:30 a. rn
Mornir.v Worship ........ 11:30 a. m.
RAINBOW CITY
Corner Randolph and Klamnuth Sts.
Rev. ai.d Mrs. T. J. Tuttle Pastors
Mr. Paul Bryson. Asst. Pastor
Phone 3-2398
Sunday School ............ 9:30 a. ni
Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a. m2
Evangelihtic Service ..... 7:30 p. m.
Tues. Gopel service ...... 7:30 p. m
Thurs. Spnish Service .... 7:30 p. in


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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Metal bedroom
furniture, ivory enameled: chest
drawers, dresser, night stand,
bed, mattress and springs $50;
curtain stretchers $2. Phone Bal-
boa 3549 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:- Household furni-
ture, bamboo, mahogany. Satur-
day I to 5; Sunday 9 to 5. Via
Argentina No. 59, Apt. No. 3.
FOR SALE:- Living room set:
couch, 3 chairs; kitchen table,
black top table. House No. 761,
Barneby Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-New Philips radio,
also complete household furnish-
ings. Call 3-4494 or apply 9th
Street Rio Abajo No. 2612.
Owner leaving, will sacrifice.
FOR SALE:-Brand new West-
inghouse Laundromat. 60-cycle.
Phone Albrook AFB 5294.

Harry Truman
To Give Address
At New Orleans
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 5 -
(UP) Former President Har-
ry Truman will make the prin-
cipal address tonight at the
biennial convention of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods at New Orleans.


Mr. Truman's office said he
would not have a prepared ad-
dress, but would speak from
notes.


FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:- 1953 Studebaker
Sport Coupe, duty paid, $1250;
1954 Mercury, 4-door, power
-brakes, w/w tires, $1600; 1948
Nash 2-door, duty paid, $375.
TALLER BAXTER (next to "El
Rancho"), Glenn R. Heath, Tel-
ephone 2-2583.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:- REAL BARGAIN,
$650 do w n payment, $25
monthly, nice cool house, high
land, Monte Oscuro, light, near
bus, price $3650. PATTERSON,
Avenue "A" 16. 2-2346.
UNBELIEVABLE: Only $500
down payment, $20 monthly,
level lot and small house near
new race track, 800 meters,
light, water, near bus. PATTER-
SON.' 2-2346. Avenue "A" 16.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


FOR SALE:-Molded fiber glass
lapstrake boat 15' x 64", brand
new. 10-hp. Johnson 1955 mo-
tor. Less than 20 hours. Balboa
2-1588. 874 Morgan Avenue.


Mrs. Truman left Kansas City
at 4 p.m. yesterday by train, and
arrived at New Orleans at 10
a.m. today.


The Trumans will return to
The former President and Kansas City Tuesday.

Big Man Little Hat


|IC COMING IN TOMORROW'S SUNDAY AMERICAN a first
i hand look-in on how Bill Newman of the GAO threw his
weight aL the Ba.boa softball diamond.


COMING RELEASE
M N TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre

to DEBORAH KERR and VAN JOHNSON, in

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paamng or fue bobby-soxers for msany years, Van John-
son now is considered by ftUmdom an metor to be reckoned
with. His perloimance as Lt. Maryk, th st or center of
."The Caine Mutin." was a far cry from She fresh, pink-
faced Van of jid. and his current performance In Columbia
Pictures' "THE. IND OF THE AFFAIR," which also stars
Deborah Keir abd John Mills, offers Van a new kind of
tole, as difleient from "The Caine Mutiny" as that pieture
Was from any ol Van's "juvenile" vehules. Advt.
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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE:-Piano Weaver Con-
sole, mahogany, tropicalized,
like new; cost $925, sale $500.
Plate glass wall mirror 36 x 48
$45. Phone 3-3261, Margarita
8048-F.


FOR SALE:--1955 Morris Mi-
nor, 4000 miles; Philippine Rat-
tan living room set, 7 pieces.
87-7284. Qtrs. 313A, Ft. Clay-
ton.
FOR SALE:-Buescher alto sax-
ophone in excellent condition.
Phone 2-3401. House 1502-B,
Balboa.

Finding Of Skeleton

Inspires Suicide

Of Murder Suspect
MANCHESTER, Mass., Nov. 5
-(UP)-The mysterious disap-
pearance of a Pennsylvania
woman two years ago was con-
sidered solved today by the dis-
covery of a skeleton which caus-
ed the murder suspect's suicide.


William Ray Turner, 41, com-
mitted suicide yesterday as the
police of three states were clos-
ing in on him with a warrant
ordering his arrest for the mur-
der of a former part time em-
ploye, Doris Hatch, 22, of Cam-
bridge Springs, Pa.
Turner's legal training appar-
ently kept him one shaky step
ahead of the law for two years
until the skeleton of the victim
was found by a hunter and his
dog Tuesday at Stafford Springs,
Conn.
Perinsylvanla police had ques-
tionec Turner about the girl's
disappearance, but could not be-
gin prosecution until the body
was found.
A medical examiner in Hart-
ford, Conn., said the woman had
been killed by 'multiple stab
wounds with a sharp, thin-olad-
ed instrument. Miss- Hatch, a
bank teller, vanished during her
lunch hour on July 27, 1953. She
was employed as a part-time
secretary for Turner who oper-
ated a family hardware business
In Cambridge Springs.
When the skeleton was iden-
tified by dental charts and a
watch as that of Miss Hatch, a
warrant for Turner's arrest was
Issued.
As police arrived to arrest
Turner, they were Informed an
off-duty police sergeant found
his body on deserted White's
Beach, about one mile from the
Turner home on Sea Street.-
Turner had killed himself
with a .45 caliber colt automa-
tic pistol. Two brief hand-writ-
ten notes were found beneath
the body which was in an up-
right position.
One was addressed to Turner's
33-year-old wife Diane. "Sorry
for all the trouble I have caused
you. This is the only way out,"
the note said.


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BOX 1211, CRISTOILAL, C.Z.
ATTENTION: Selling bargain!-
Stone's modern refresqueria-res-
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osemena Avenues, 9th Street,
'Colon.
NEWCOMERS Top quality
beauty service is offered you at
Cocoli Clubhouse Beauty Shop.
Experienced Stateside licensed
operators. Navy 3812.

,FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet. Carras-
quilla No. 16. Phone 3-0715.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Large furnished
room, all conveniences. Fourth of
July Ave. No. 1-352, upstairs.
FOR RENT:-Rooms, $20; and
apartments, $30. Phone 2-1508
or 3-0850. Estudiante No. 100.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
G.I. inspected, kitchen privilege,
Frigidaire. 4th of July 14-10,
Apt. 3. Entrance facing Roose-
velt.

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Housekeeper to live
in and care for two young chil-
dren. Must speak English and be
neat, industrious, intelligent.
Must have references. Apply Box
1786. Balboa.

Documentary Film

'Survival City1

Coming To Zone
Few persons have ever seen
the awesome spectacle of an
atomic explosion but a close-up
view of one will be shown on
the screen in the various Serv-


FOR RENT


Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phone Panamas 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Best located, fur-
nished I-room apartment. r A
and cool. 43rd Street *0. 13.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment unfurnished, nice and cool,
comfortable. San Frpncisco. Tel-
ephone 1464 Balboa.
FOR RENT:-One-bedroom fur-
nished apartment, Golf Heights,
G.I. only $70. Phone 3-5445.
FOR RENT:-Apartment 2 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms, hot water,
maid's room-with bathroom. Al-
berto Navarro Street No. 52. El
Cangrejo. Phone 3-2803.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment.
For information phone 3-4946
or 3-6737. 4
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment on San Francisco Highway
No. 120, beside Roosevelt The-
ater, overlooking S.A.S. Com-
missary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment with garage. Excellent le.
cation, near Hotel "El Panama."
Entire backyard concreted., For
information call Mr. Abernathy,
Phone 3-0264 or 3-3765.
FOR RENT: Large and com-
fortable apartment. First street,
Perejil No. 18. Inquire upstairs.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment with maid's room in Cam-
po Alegre, $110 per month. Call
Panama 3-0972.

Women Know How
To Collect Tolls
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Nov. 5
(UP).-The t Road Depart-
ment reported today that male
toll bridge collectors took in $24,-
046 last month and made $14.15
worth of errors.
Women collectors took in $17.-
208 and made only $5.34 worth.
of errors.


ice Center Theaters in the Ca- burst from a 500-foot tower. It
nal Zone during the coming shows what happens to homes,
week. commercial establishments, in-
dustrial installations, and va-
The picture, "Survival City" is rious equipment and materials
a one-reel documentary in color when an atomic bomb explodes
and in cinemascope which was nearby.
produced by Twentieth Century- The documentary Is being
Fox Movietone in Nevada during shown this weekend at Balboa
the last series of nuclear tests Theater and will be shown cn
earlier this year. the Service Center circuit with
J the feature picture, "Violent
It was produced with the co- Saturday."
operation of the Federal Civil The showing of the film coin-
Defense Administration. cides with the observance of
"Operation Homefront" by the
"Survival City" sl a dramatic Civil Defense office of the, Ca-
coverage of the test site before, nal one Government during the
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WANTED
Apartments
WANTED TO RENT: 2-bed-
room apartment, preferably sec-
ond floor, modern kitchen, in El
Cangrejo or Campo Alegre, for
young American couple. heone
3-1660, room 730, or 3-5950.
-
LOST & FOUND
REWARD for return of brown
male Pekinese, lost in Margarita
Sunday morning. Phone Cristo-
bal 1466.
LOST: Small b lack female
mongrel, brown paws, white
blaze on chest. Call Balboa 3-
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RESORTS
GENELL BLISS Santa Clara HOMI
and GUEST HOUSE overlooking
dcean. Private steps to beach.
Gas ranges, refrigerators, ping-
pong,, putting green, etc. Call
Navy 381.2 office hours and
Navy 3121 evenings.
Shrapnel's furnished houses on
beech et Santa Clors. Telephone
Thempson, Balboe 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. 0.e milo
past Casino. Low rates. Phone
Beloee 1866.
PHILLIPS Oc.enside' Cottagee,
Santo Clara. Box 435, Belbte.
Phone Paneom. 3-1877. Criste-
bel *3-Il73.


KATHARINE HEPBURN and ROSSANO BRAZZI in
an unforgettable adventure..

SUMMERTIME "
GRFAT kELEASE NEXT THURSDAY AT THE
CENTRALL" THEATRE.


In her role as a tourist In "SUMERTIME," Katharine
Hepburn is frequently seen with a camera, photographing
the ancient, spectacular beauties of Venice, where the pie-
ture, a romantic comedy, was shot in color on location. Each
time she aimed her camera It was loaded, and as a nice
reward for her forethought, she has brought back with her
several thousand feet of film a complete pictorial record
of her four month stay In Venice. Rossano Brauid co-stan
with Miss Hepburn in "SUMMERTIME." Advt.


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.. Hypnotized Bride Charged

*In Death Of Sadist Husband

KINGSVILLE, Tex., Nov. 5 old. It was Maria, she said, that
(UP)-Mrs. Sunny Canales Wor- Worden pointed to after the
By OSWALD JACOBY den, a wealthy, "hypnotized" grave was dug on October 22..
Written for NEA Service bride was charged today with She quoted him as saying:
murdering her 'husband, who, Go ahead and shoot the
she said, handed her a diamond- kid. Then I know you'll blow
encrusted automatic pistol and your own brains out." She said
ordered her to shoot down her he also had a can of kerosene,
NORTH 1a 5-year-old daughter. to burn Maria's body.
S6 7 76 32 The husband, Don Worden. a$ She said he handed her the
V Q 45.year-old San Antonio real es- n.22 caliber pistol-on the handle
Sr 4 3 tate man, had, before he hand- of which is set a design that
S4 7 65 2 ed her the pistol, made her dig looks like a "14" in diamonds-
ST EAST oD) a shallow grave on Padre Island, ;but shl took it ahd shot him in
T(D) a 120-mile sandspit that runs the chest, as he lurched for Ma-
t6 A 4 J09 along the south Texas coast. ria, who was running and
0 9 7 4 2 K She used the grave to bury his screaming.
# Q 5 # A J 10 2 body. She said she stripped him to
IC 10 3 4 A Q J 98 She charged he hypnotized his shorts, tugged the body into
SOUTH her by fixing his gaze on her the grave and raked sand over
SK Q 5 eyes, making her look at a watch it. She burned driftwood on the
A J8 5 charm that he swung back and grave; she told Smith and
J 8 7 6 forth, and, finally by giving her Warnke that she had no idea TELLS O F 1VORCE-Gloria
a64 white tablets, which she took why she did this. Vanderbilt Stokowski talks to
N rlh-South only after he choked her, bent The wind and waves took the New York newsmen about her
h-South vul. her fingers back and forth and sand away from, the body until secret Mexican divorce fr(n
East South West North burned her with a cigarette the buttocks were exposed. Two conductor Leopold Stoko\vski
1 4 1 Double Paw iehter. fishermen found the body last and a reported romance with
C N asE er OPass Passt Thus obsessed by o "oo er,, Saturday, but it was not identi- crooner-actor Frank Sinatra.
CELEBRATEEND OF SULTAN'S EXILE flowers of fe orymery ashe said, she turned over to him Hers. Woden during the first
SultaSidt Mohammed Ben Youssef demonstrate joyfully at $90,000 in cash, a $45,000 home rcat of this week, tried to get in hr
Casablanca afer learning that their ex-monarch wastreTurning in San Antonio, and Jewelry touch with Smith, but he was 1 ovi so Tineld
to France after two years ~ exile at Madagascar. Supporters It's hard to censure South for whose exact value she did not out of town.
Ben"'ousseexpect to restore him to the throne in Morocco. his overcall of one heart in t o kS ou 0 Freedom; Area
l ,v a .y. .. h day's, hand. Most good players She said he persuaded her to
c g the vulnerability. South was un- a tourist court in Ore on."-
would make the same bid despite goo e C b B Trt oo the money to buyo ter ar
Lucky enough to run into a very She was charged with murder Combed By Troopers
s bad trump oreak and a very good today before Justice of the Peace WALLA WALLA, Wash., Nov. 5
Sagro i nt defense so thatthe losn s sfamounteds T. A. Simons Jr.. who set her Dfp td s
to 500 points. This would not have bond at $5000. ,P --State troopers today sur-
betn serious at rubber bridge, She waived an examining trial Iounded a one-mile square area
however, since East-West had a and Simons bound her over to e a r the state penitentiary
erbtrltdaeSe w wtte a r- So bo he oe to .here six of 10 convicts w ho
rd t 0 very easy game at no-trump. If the grand jury. Mrs. Worden was nelled six30 feet under the pris-
SSouth hadn't bid, the opponents locked up in jail until her ball o allo were bfnth e pris-
b Erskine JAhnse would have bid and made their can be raised. n w hll to freiding edom were believ-
game, and this would have been "So far, there is no evidence eI h n
.- op-s- worth very nearly 500 points. to contradict her story," Sheriff The escape of the 10 convicts
In tournament play such slight j.'Scb u ras discovered at 8 p.m. yester-
HOLLYWOOD (-NEA Behind That-Heaven Allows." He's cheek- i tournamrto a ssli J. S Scarborough Jr.. said. ateee r olltcall.
HOLWO tRe ieA)n- el si Tot-sideaven Allows." He's check-differences are of the utmost irm- "It's a weird situation from day at the evening roll call.
the' Soreen: ,Van Johnson, one- ing in for treatment with a medic. portance. The East-West game, 'A'to 'Za' Kleb rg County at- Bloodhounds, prison w uards
time song-and-dance man and 1945 eluding the trick score, was worth torney Royce Johnston said. stand sheriff's officers were or-
romantic delight of the bobby sox- Hollywood's cycle of "adult west- only 40points. A penalty of torne500 "S Royce Jo rom the evn said. dered Into t he search of he
ers ("Too Many Girls") has eris" has writer Dolph Sharp points against the contract of one obtained by the oicers, en fields and wheatlands near
ined the "too many drinks" set dreaming about a juvenile horse heart doubd gave a top score cannot determine if it was lus- Iear he stat e erison.cen
a role that's Oscar bait.' opera. His tongue-in-cheek' ideas to East-West and a bottom to tiiable homicide or ot.eareawereenforcement
Beaming over his part of an on the subject: North-South. dl r off fcers converged was about
alcolic escaped convict in "Bot- ,'AI title aracter West opened he deuce hearts, filed these charges in or-.ne ml west f 'the prison. A
tom 'of "e Bdttl,"Va tol dMesthepoatiiea' dtnee gup.- e; o on Wth the a. rtder that the grand jury can report fro'i the prison said
between icene V of the Fo trim: nfi'"t.arlss wreittheseters and South won. with the t ace. Do- make a thorough Investigation., ..
"It's a role with more stuff than piay .pens try to keep the baby erng to get a few ruffing tricks. We're going o consult with the escaed nictswerehid.
3've had in .14 yearss" strollers out-othe prk. At theUnfortunately for him the oppon- judge and call the grand jury as s"'n i s ng in this area.
'And that, he said, included "'The finish the six-ytAart tofhe Unt uatey for and t veoe soon as a possible Roadblbcks were being set utp
Caied t c e six earold hero kisses ents" saw the plot and avoided Mrs. Worden is a well-preserv at. strateic roads in outheast-
Caine Mutiny" which he admit his rocking horse." further club leads. ed woman of 42 with gray- er Washngto'n Reinfr inS ng of-ah
"changed thewhole itra k of my- East won the first round of clubs streaked brown hair. She s a- er Washington. Reinforcing of-red to the area
career. As Van tells it: This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: with the eight and shifted to dia- bout five feet. eight inches tall fibers were ordered to the area
o n Running Wild" is a studio pro monds. The defenders managed to and wore a red coat at her a- from the nearby towns of Yaki-
c oumre oy as g th Until section room hit a U-I in its tirst cash three rounds of diamonds and raignent. Her face a red coast put ffher ar- David Ge ne assocat is
comes out of your mouah. Ul nl screenings. An embarrassing note then East led the jack of spades, and tear-stained .ere t, a e
then I wash msy a Ibe ya sY' for Mamie Van Doren, who shows South covered with the queen, and She told Wa rnke and Texas Dvics u end he e scate o
Maybe it was Bec utau eIver up with her best role to date. She Wes won' with the act and re-I Ranger Zeno Smith in a state- toe sberitendent 5 sand 8h0 p.In
ready for te ? d s. everalmost took a suspension at the turned the suit. South took t he, mert her first husband was yesterday. He said the escapees
since 'Ca7Tine garotlesIah nwitb studio to get OUT of toe part. king of spaties and ot out with Clem Gillespiefeldesterday. He said the escaees
things to say. That. what counts." Ear-Witness: Jennifer Jones and a spade to East's en. worker, a olieere "run-of the-mill" risers
There's been only one blusher, David 0. Selznick are getting pass- East now led his last diamond, She divorced him and doesn't e cell blocks
psays n A roised Son an oto jungle Set serviceso t and 150 mls-estathe fr Dtheall. ocks
ays Van, n hs last sx flcker ts for another hop to Europe. and South ruffed with the five of know where he is nearest the east wall.
He played a western hero in The Theyjust finished building a water hearts. West overruffed with the second husband wasPraThe convicts bored a hole un-
Siege at Red River" and hes still fall outside their bedroom windowseven of hearts and led his re- .xedis Canales, a n wealth Pra der the stone floor of a cell
chuckling: b I've in their new home... Surprise hit manning club South ruffed with montd Te, oilm who settled down to a basement where they
"I ws the fattest in the fut the owboath lefth im- Ter. o Um, o d
"I was the fattest cow ck Bin the first rough cut of "Thenthe three of hearts a.nd wisely re- $50,000 on her and gave her the uinelled 30 feet under the oris-
ever seen. ItlookedlikeJatkthe0 Benny Goodman Story" is Gene turned a low trump.e$45,000 San Antonio ahomeebeforee ken wall.fShovelsdandeotherotools
I started dieting the day after thep $45,000 San Antonio home before i
preview and lost 2 pounds. And Krupa as an actor in the non-g West had to step up with the lie divorced her last August 3i tused for digWing were found
preview an os. musical scenes. But he's saying: nineof hearts towinthetrickand in Abilene Te., on cruelty near the tunnel entrance In the
Im keeping it lost. "That's a9 far as I'll ever get then had to return a trump from charges. basement.
Dean Martin's started a big away from the drums in a movie. the 10-4 up to declarer's J-8. South In addition to this, she said,
reconciliation campaign to win I'm strictly a jazz man.' thus won the last two tricks and, she sad. she had $64.000 in a I 1 / I / Im
bac his Jeanne. als descri -held the loss to 500 points. South bank before she married Wor-
him as "absolutely crushed" about Change of scenery. Blonde Elena deserved credit for playing the den TAY
her demand for a legal separation Verdugo's hairdresser got carried hand well, but his-score for the Actually, she said in her EYE FOOLER-This mature-
.Gina Lollobri.ia s. being away and the star of "Meet Millie" hand was- very round' and very statement, 'she had some doubt looking "woman" is Judi JoTr- 60c. 30c.
paged to heat up .e.ce is now more carrot-top han u-small. about Whether her marriage to dan, who is only 15. She's
again as the Queen of Sheba in cille Ball. Worden was legal, because they landed a movie contract at
"Solomon and Sheba." If the deal
jls, the film will be made Myrna Loy arrived in Paris for ToWboat Crewman were married in Oregon she MGM, and is most widely
jails,- the film will be' made in Myrnad Loy arrived in Paris oured To b Crewman S edid not say exactly where t e- known as the gal who intro-
Italy . Rock Hudson's still her first film role since she madeI efMret e aly hewhere om no ais the goha l J hk ian on
troubled by an injured leg liga- "Belles on Their Toes" at Fox five Takes Merchant was final. About the time of the on his TV show with the words,
ment, hurt during filmgO years ago. She plays a senator's "marriage," he got her to out 'Starring Jackie Gleason." Judi,
wife in the Olivia de Haviad At HIs Word $40,000 in the tourist court In who resembles Oscar-winning
starrer, The Am bassadors Oregon. Grace Kelly, looks and acts
Remember when she was Holly- MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 5 (TJP) By Canales she had a daugh. more like 25 than 15.
woods perfectrwifep ,9 .n so Jim Walden, whose general ter, Maria Teresa. now five years -S-
Not In The Script: Fog and smog store advertises "all types of MONSTER HI
roledAin on an outdoor jungle set services" to nrivermen 150 miles D T
SA N TA for "Congo Crossing." While Vir- up and down the Mississippi, re-' DESTROYED..
ginia Mayo, Peter Lorre, Director ported today one towboat skip- R EL E A S E THOUSANDS
Joseph Pevney and the crew sat per took him at his word. T
two hours waiting for the sun, the He said the boatman left him Robert Mitchum, Olivia de Haviland, Frank Sinatra,
extra playing an African native a set of false teeth to be repair- etc., get real training for their role n H-BOMB CAN
Spped: led and would pick them up onet real training for their roles in
,,ll bet the front office is rest- his next trip upstream. "NOT AS STRANGER WARNING...I
le,, too t. ..DESTROY THE
Department of historical confu ." Continued today at the "CENTRAL" Theatre.
SSterling Hayden. who is tall and !i
C O M I public's "The Land Command." .
Now Jeff Morrow, who is tall an .



to Scout News .
H G As part of a program to de-i

H I velop the spirit of international .
f-tendship, girl scout troop 19 of
Fort Kobbe entertained twenty-
five girl scouts from the repub-
Exchange of their girl scout at was the purple ot Stanley eramer, producer-direc-
Iis, Spanish dancing by the I for of "NOT AM 4 STRANGER." United Artists reease, to
Tuon Pathanian oirls in native cos.rs and setresses into doctors and nrses.
TunePan andsn ginr in 'panis Inside ad out," o the during of production on the screen .

main. a t PPED BY RIctha-- t Kramer was determined that his film version of "NOT
K Mrs, .u5 gnan ia the troop who headed the AS A STRANGER,' no less than the novel on which it was
eep leader of the host Kobbe girl u n deleIation that basd, weld be auoey faithful to the relitis nt medi-
d. he drcTon o s summer, has been am Soviet 'self, learned nil there was to know of the technnal and


areno 'nd Mrs. Maro'ue: Aifer minister of a|ricblture. It is 1 human ide of their reTes. And he accomplished it in the
l aI luncheon of saLndwiches, cake expected he wUl try to intro- only way pemible putting himself and his stars Rbert TODAY -
lisTening and cokes, the girl scout aet-to- duce to his country some Amer- Mitcham. Olivia de avilland, Frank Sinatra, Gloria Gra-
getber was climaxed wilti ali tcan farming techniques, espe- hame, Brerick Crawfwd and Charles DickfQrd through 1 ROSALINI
afternoon movie at thk Post caly those used in eorn and lan Inteesive, rigorous course of medical trainingg." Advt. 11:00 P. M. ROBERT
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Heavy Favorites Miss


Disaster In 'Closies'


By TIM MORIARTY
United Press Sports Writer
On the basis of early returns, this could turn
into a "lost week-end" for the nation's major college
football teams.
Eighth-ranked West Virginia midway through the third pe-
was such a heavy favorite over riod. He clicked off a 22-yard
George Washington in their run and then scampered 43
Friday night game at Washing- yards for a touchdown. In the
ton that no odds were quoted on fourth period, the Mountaineers
the game. So what happens? rolled 98 yards for their decisive
The undefeated Mountaineers score.
had to come from behind in the wo touchdowns by speedy
second half to eke out a 13-7 Two touchdowns by speedy
triumph. Jack Losch carried Miami home
I hin front of Boston College. The
In another near upset in the slender senior from Williams-
Orange Bowl, the University of port, Pennsylvania, traveled 74
Miami Hurricanes hardly looked [yards for the first Hurricane
like 21-point favorites in hat- score in the opening period and
tling to a 14-7 squeaker over then turned in a 44-yard touch-
Boston College, down run in the second quarter.
SWest Virginia blew hot andI Boston College, which rolled
told in the frigid confines of up 20 first downs to seven for
Griffith Stadium. The Moun- Miami, finally scored in the
taineers looked shocked when fourth period on a 14-yard pass
Mike Sommer of George Wash- from quarterback Bill Donian to
Ington raced 89 yards for a halfback Ed De Silva. The Ea-
touchdown in the first period glea threatened twice in the fi-
and they left the field at half- nal minutes but Losch, also a
time trailing 7-0,. demon on defense, intercepted
However, halfback Bob Moss Donlan's desperation passes on
finally got West Virginia rolling the 10-and six-yard lines.


Dressen In Biggest '55 Skid


Among American Loop Pilots
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By STEVE SNIDER why and where its official insig-
United Press Sports Writer nia may be used.
N MEW YORK Sports of all LEHIGH and LaFayette, meet-
sorts: ng in their 91st football game
Chuck Dressen of the Senators today, believe they have the
Was involved in the biggest longest rivalry in the nation.
downward skid among American They've been playing each other
League managers last season, "only" for 71 years but managed
- In his first year at Washing- to work in several games a sea-
ton, the Senators lost 13 more son in the mustache days before
ames than they had the year 1900. Can anyone top 91?
before under Bucky Harris. I rs n i
PHIL RIZZUTO and Yogi
U.S. OLYMPIC officials have Berra of the Yankees, Who In-
%sked light heavyweight Floyd vested a bundle In a new bowl-
patterson to stop using the ing Alley at Clifton, N.J., have
Olympic emblem on his ring a gimmick to help beat the
robe. baby-sitter problem for their
-Floyd won an Olympic boxing customers ... They're install-
crown at Helsinki in 1952 before ing a nursery on the premises.
he turned pro but the Olympic
committee has the say on how, WHEN PGA champion Doug
hFord sets out on the tournament
HE'S No OUTCAr trail early next year he may be
S HE'S NO OUTCAST n representing a club that ha
LAUREL, Md. (-NEA The neither a golf course nor a
selection board for the Washing- clubhouse. Ford is considering
ton D. C. International at Laurel an offer to become the new Put-
R-ce Course, Nov. 11 invited nam Country Club, Mahopac,
Alfred G. Vanderbitlg's Social Out- Y., which won't have a course
cast to enter, ready for play until next May 30.
a, ARKANSAS is bucking a ma-
jor football jinx at Rice today.
fe n s Thes Razorbacks never have
fire UnieSS beaten Rice at Houston, Tex.,
scene of today's clash, having
Slot 14 and tied two at the home
you are sure of the Owls.
SCurt Simmons, left-handed
f pitcher of the Phillies, took up
tu tarMet- golf recently and waited to start
with a set of left-handed clubs.
His pro strongly advised
.against it so Curt now is try-
i ng it righties even though he
strictly is a left-hander in ev-
erything else.
Yogi Berra switched from left
to right-handed clubs this
spring and immediately cut a
Sflock of strokes off his score.
SIR PERCY Spender, Austral-
ia's ambassador to the U.S.,
wished Olympic officials well
when they kicked off their drive
to raise $1,500,000 to send Amer-
Sican teams to the 1956 games.
I "But I hope you aren t able to
kfnow what you are I raise any more than a million
ring at. If not clear- and a half," he said with a
o ls y visible, hold. your chuckle, "Otherwise you might
ite, sys t Natonal Rfle Asicome down there and buy our
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C.Z. FOOTBALL CHAkMPIONS The powerful Balboa High School Bulldogs, Canal Zone inter- J
j .. i scholastic football champions for 1955. The Bulldogs were held to an upset 6-6 tie by Cristobal -
High last night to spoil their previously unbeat en, untied record for this season. o
"i "- BS The fourth annual Marlin club ton- To be announced, donated
Tournament officially got under by Lt. Col. J. R. Burkhart.
S way at 6:00 this morning. Most For individual "muffing" most
of the boats left yesterday after- fish (The donor has won his own
-C ri t b l I B attl B HT noon and last night, some plan- award for the past two years.
b a l T ig ers B a ffning on making the anchorage Any competitors?) Special
B u lld o g s Tat ocas Poi D ent on ey Island, Muffer's Award, donated by
Sand most planning to anchor at Frank J. Violette.
Perry Bay near East yiliage on For captain of boat releasing
Pedro Gonzales Island. From most sailfish during tourna-
gthese landfallsin thePerlas Is- ment Carved glass shower
Lands the boats were in good door, donated by Compaffia Dul-
1 ---fishing waters when the tourna- cidio Gonzalez N., S.A.
meant started. ., For dh largest sailfish 11Sil-
7..... A "fired-up" Cristobal High Prizes have been coming In ver dish ($25 value), donated by
SSchool Tiger football team last all week from the business firms First National City Ban of N.Y.
Night played inspired ball to in Panama, and the latest cornm- For 7th largest sailfish Sil-
SV -O .. 'hold heavily favored Balboa pilation is listed below. It-hai ver dish ($25 value), donated by
..' High School's Bulldogs to a 6-6 been agreed that in the event Chase Manhattan Bank.
Art Guepe tie in a thrilling game at Bal- that there has -been no entry for For largest fish on 12 lb. test
boa Stadium. a prize, those fishermen who line $25 merchandise credit,
have won prizes will draw names donated by F. Icaza y Cia. S.A.
MARQUETTE had won seven In coming up from their role from a hat for the unclaimed For Largest first on 20 11. test
games in a ro when we went as decided underdogs, it was a prizes. It is impossible to pre- line $25 merchandise credit,
togame Pittsburgh to play Duquesne in wll deserved moral victory for dit that grouper or roosterfish donated by F. Icaza y Cia, S.A.
1936. Cristobal in the eyes of most etc., will be taken., For 11th largest marlin $25
With that kind of a record, we tans. For largest amberjack caught merchandise, donated by F. Ica-
naturally were favored to great by fisherman on service boat- za y Cia, S.A.
the Dukes. e t Cristobal scored in the first Individual Trophy, donated by For 12th largest marlin $25
In the quarter on a returned punt. Panama Marlin Club. merchandise, donated by F. Ica-
ball in midfield in a punt f situation ' y ansom took a 70-yard za y Cla, S.A.
on fourth down. I kicked the ball kick for the touchdown. The For largest grouper or jewfish For 8th largest sailfish 1I
out of bounds on the Duquesne kck for the extra point by caught by fisherman on service year's subscription to PA, donat-
18-yard line, and the Dukes were Kaiser Bazan was missed. boat-Individual Trophy, donat- ed by The Panama American.
offside. T eta ed by Panama Marlin Club. For hard luck boat prize TO
I thought I could do better than The teams then played evenly Largest tuna caught by fish- be announced, donated b Pan
kick out of bounds on the 18, so i ntl seven minutes of the erman on service boat Indi- ama Marlin Cluo.
we took the penalty and lined up fourth period when Balboa vidual Trophy, donated' by Pan- For largest Mitarlin on lightest
to kick again. .scored under a sustained 75- ama Marlin Club. tackle Room humidifier,
This time the center rolled the ., '.. yard drive with quarterback Ed For 2nd largest tuna caught donated by Sears Roebuck and
I tbel te ne would e Scott going over from the one- by fisherman on service boat co
kick off. yard lne on a quarterback Individual 'Trophy, donated by For smallest fish n heaviest
Duquesne took over in midfield sneak. The Bulldogs' attempt to Panama Marlin Club. tackle 100 ft Nylon rope for
and rolled 30on to a touchdown and run for the extra point fell For largest fish by Service handline5, donated by William
victory, 23-0. d '' short.Team Member from Fort Clay- Violette and Co. Sporting Goods.
That's one I'd change if I had
the opportunity again. j. "' For Cristobal, Kaiser Bazan
I belitve we would have been was the player on the field.
much better off had we declined I ". '" Charles Fears, a euard: end Al-
the pnlyadgvn q slen Robinette and little Robert
the ball on its 18-yard line. .. i Ransom were also outstandirg.
For alboa in the line, tackle
NEXT: Jim Finks. H arold Sorrell, guard Robert b '""',
Fearon and nd Jerry Robnett
,ain o Cplayed best. Among the back- "
Rainbow City field. fullback Ken Wheeler and .
Swim Pool To Be (NEA Telephoto) s quarterback Ed Scotndint were out-
Swim Pool ToCENTRAL FIGURE IN GOLF HOAX Charles "Bud" Helmar of ing.
Reopened Monday Springfield, Mass., was revealed by, a New York paper as the From the standpoint of statis-
central figure in a golf hoax at an exclusive Long Island club. tiesthe th teams were more or
The Rainbow City swi fming The newspaper said Helmar falsified his identify and credentials less even.
repairsool, which hasll been lospened for at the Deepdale Golf Club last Sept. 18-19. Helmar and his Balboa had 10 first downs,
repairs, will be reopened next partner reportedly falsified their handicaps and were able to Cristobal 6. Balboa 137 yards
Monday. win the tournament. As a result, Helmar's partner was said to from scrimmage, C 3istobal 96.
It was originally she dul pool open on Sat- have won $4,000 out of a $45,000 Calcutta pool. Both teams tried 6 passes. Bal-
to have the pool open on Sat- a te
urday, Nov. 5, but the reopen- boa completed two passes, Cris-
ing has been delayed until the tobal 1. Balboa gained 21 yards
first of the coming week. on passes, Cristobal 15. Passes
first of the coming week. Armed Forces Boxing Tourney Intercepted by Balboa 1, Cristo-
Atanti c tbal 2. Fumbles, Balboa 2, Cris-
Atlantict Al tobal. Recovered by Balboa 0,
SL i 0g t A A b o Cristobal1.Penalties Balboa d
Pony Loopi At Abrook i P s
0o Along The Fairways
Tryout Set Fifty-one fighters, including tonight is Roland Poindexter of
The Atlantic Pony League four defending champions, will Kobbe, who lost last year's title ANNUAL TASCO BATTERY
will hold another try-out for be throwing leather thiz month to lanky Bill Bollinger. He's TOURNAMENT ANNOUNCED
all new arrivals. Boys who will in Panama AreaArmed Forces slated to meet Joe Martinez of AT FTAMADOR GOLF LUB
not be 16ayears ofYagehby mid- tournament competition, The Army Atlantic in the featured AMADOR GOLF CLUB J. .
mid- battles begin tonight In Albrook light welterweight go.
night, March 31, 1956 and did b battles begin tonight in A k light welterweight go. Angus Metheney announced DOUBLE TIME-When snow fell at Andover, N. H., members
not try out on October 19, are Air Force Base's Hangar No. 3 Tonight's struggles are sc this week the sponsorship by the of Procter Academy' footballand ski teams practiced two sports
requested to be present at the at 7:30 o'clock. Tonight's struggles are ched- Auto Service Inc. of Panama Ci- at the same time. Dave Hodgkins centers the ball for, left to
Mt. Hope ball park, Monday, uled in the feather, light we lter, ty of another annual handicap right, Carl Parkeri Allen Quimby, assistant football and head
Nov. 7, by 3:30 p.m. Tonight's card has 11 matches welter, light middle and light tournament to be held at the ski coach Jack Camp and Pete Moulton.
This will be the final try-out in which one PAAF champ is heavy divisions. Here is the Fort Amador Golf Club during
before the forming of teams scheduled to see action. He is card: the period Nov. 12 through Dec.
and drawing up of the play- Billy Priest, a heady light mid- Feather: Darrell Brigham of 11
Ing schedule for the 1956 e- dleweight from C a bridge, AA vs. Arroyo-Torres of Kobbe. This tournament, known as
son. Mass. Priest, 1955 Fort Kobbe Byes were drawn by Ursel Rhea, the Tasco Battery Tournament,
king, meets Billy Sheppard of Air Force SE champ from Al- will be open to all members of SUNDAY, NOV. 6, 1955
Army Atlantic. rook, Ramos Tirado of Fort the Fort Amador Golf Club ha- Outboard motorboat races at Ped Miguel Boat ub.
brother, Amador and Sy Bradley of ing a current handicap as Outboard motorboat races at PedrdMiuel BoatCb.
Priest, whpse brother, Al Kobbe. Nov. 11. First race 2 p.m.
A N TA (Red) Priestis well known in A special club bulletin will be Sponsored by SMOOT & PAREDES, S. A.
New England ring circles, is Light welter: Alfonso Clark of forthcoming outlining the rules 3 hours of thrills. General public cordially. invited
of any of the defending titlists. Kobbe. Poindexter vs. Martinez. Prizes for the tournament will
Jim Williams of Albrook Air Pat Cornell of Clayton and Ron include ten new tubeless, nylon,
Force Base, two-time Detroit Adams of AA drew byes. white sidewall tires, two double
Golden Gloves winner who is the Welter: Bob Johnson of Kobbe bed air foam mattresses or four From the story of man's great heroism...
Air Force Southeast District vs. Malcolm Wright of Albrook, single mattresses or combina-
Shamp, is fighting in the upper ill Leahy, a 1954 semifnalis tion thereof, plus eight TASC "THE ETERNAL SEA"
bracket. Both Priest and Will- from Kobbe vs. Len Travis of batteries and a special husbandHE T R L SEA"
iams are favored to advance to Albrook and Jim Zeizler of AA
the finals, slated for November vs. Wayland McMullen of lay- Members desiring to partici- e S
O Williams, who lost in the all- drew a bye. p ate nthisetour enam en a do
tAir Force finals at PGarks, Ca i ghtf., middle: Jim Norris ofthe club. The deadline for en-
Paul Wright, drew a bye mto Kobbe vs. Joe Tucker of AA and trance is 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13.
the division semifinals Novem- Priest vs. Sheppard.' Williams No further entries will be ac-
per 19. and A. J. Reed of Clayton cepted after this time. All four
Other PAAF champs back are Light heavy: Sly Riggens of under medal play rules with full
flyweight Jose Rosa-Guzman of AA vs. Bob Parker of Kobbe, handicap allowance for all par-
Fort Kobbe, bantamweight Raul John TWarren of Albrook vs. trance Tee for th
Calderon of Fort Clayton and Chuck Richards of Amador n trance fee for this tournament.
H O G Byrd of Kobbe. Rosa-Ouzman Freeman of AA. Roscoe Wise-Football Results
Command titles while Byrd was Next 84turday will see begin-
injured and didn't compete in ning matches in the flyweight,
the series with the Puerto Rican bantamweight, Ii g h t weight, FRIDAY'S COLLEGE FOTBALL
winners, middleweight and heavyweight RESULTS
classes. All these, winners ad- By UNITED PRESS
His replacement on the Corn- vance to the final while to-
n mand card was Albrook's Bob night's victors will have to bat- West Virginia 13 Geo. Washing-
George, who beat Antilles king tie in semifinal contests Novem- ton 7
Herbert Hope in a rousing ti- ber 19. Hardin-Smmons 23 Texas West-
nale, giving Panama a 6-4 edge ern 21
in the Command card. George, Kobbe captured six of the ti- Hotstra 13 Wilkes g6 Probably tae most Interested WIlter on the set t~f
former New Jersey G o 1 den tIes last year in an enthusiastic Miami (Fla) 14 Boston College 7 putlle's lobirid. fdris, oTEo AmeriA' gr eate hro
Gloves and all-Air Force light tourney staged at Lifeliner Are- North Dakota State 26 Superior Admfl Cohn. knsr of AirrleetsQon et, hoes
heavy champ, won the SE crown na. Clayton won three and Al- State 12
and thqn lost in a split decision brook a singleton. Upasla 1 Ithsea 7 Heshlns' keen laterest In the pleture eane quite nat-
in the meet at Parks to the The PAAF winners will ad- ast central tOkia) 27 No uraliv I view of the fact that "THE. KTEkNAL SEA" I
s eventual champ. John Stewart. vance to the Command cham- west Rangers 13 based en his colorful and romantle career.
lISTenin B.rd and Georgd are lighttng plonships In December. Puerto leare 21 Midland 7 Starrig in the hkhiy-Isaded prodetion are Sterling
in ddferent brackets and slated Rico has been listed as the Stetson Presyterila Hayden, Alexis Smith and IDeaa Jagger, with Ben Cooper,
to open Nov. 12. host, but the exact date ann site Weutchester Tuhru u MiUllel- Virgina frey asd flehard Crame ee-stamd. Adt.
Another veteran to see action haven't been announced. Wills T.hr 13.


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PennKidsAll-Americolosers, Look Forward To Notre Dome


THROWN BY THE BULL-Bullfighter Navillero Carlos Mor
tes is caught unexpectedly as the bull drives beneath his cai
and throws him high into the air at Mexico City. Montes wg
rushed to cne hospital in serious condition.


by


JOE WILLIAMS


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THE GAME WAS OVER, Army had beaten Colgate as was
expected, and now the Cadets were back in the West Point dress-
ing room, unpeeling. One of them, Stan Slater, guard, divested
himself of a thin layer of mockery.
"I can't wait to get the Sunday newspapers to see what the
sports writers have to say about the awful quarterback we got.
Didn't he loo't terrible out there today?"
Don Hollender had run for a touchdown and passed for the
three others in the Cadets' 27-7 victory. This was the convert-
ed All-America finest performance since coach Early Blaik made
the startling change in spring practice.
*


When Army lost successively to Michigan and Syracuse, scor-
ing two points net, the wisdom of the change was challenged
by the superior intellects in the press box. It was pointedly call.
ed to the Redhead's attention that in attempting to strenghten
one key position, he had succeeded only in weakening twe,
thereby achieving a personalized miniature Dunkirk; not only
that, but there was no way to tell yet to what degree Holleder's
psyche will have suffered in consequence of this bizarre experl.-
ment and the attendant uncomplimentary press.
*


APPARENTLY, THE ONLY thing in this connection that in-
terested Blaik when contacted by the column, was that the de-
fense had shown improved unity Saturday and the attack great-
er cheion. As for Holleder, the coach said: "With each game,
S natural he becomes more polished and poised In the position.
Against Colgate his receivers cooperated more effectively than
in any preitous~az, and. otcoajWar.be looked better, did better,
and In fact, was better.". .What seems to be happening here is
that Holleder is getting used to his receivers, and vice versa.
With~ only Yale and Penn immediately ahead Bilalk has a
full mouth to concentrate on Navy. The Cadets got by Colgate
without serious injury, though Art Johnson, who caught one of
Helleaqer'w touchdown passes, was sufficiently bruised to require
hospital scrutiny. Blaik is hojpeful that the long run of casual-
ties wOclh decimated his backfield and forced him from one
pertleus extremity to another, has finally come to an end. Noew
he talks optimistically of fielding an Army team at full strength,
or lose to it, in time $or Naty. This particularly focuses the
spot on Bob Kyasky, who when fit, is the fastest ball carrier in
the East. "I am not by any means sure he won't be baek in ac-
tion before the season ends," said Blalk. . and It might be
sooner, rather than later. Kyasky was suited up for the Colgate


game.


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IF BLAK CAN bring Army back from the rim of chaos on
which the Cadets stood following the Syracuse whacking to a
triumph over Navy in the annual service game, he wil have
turned in one of the finest coaching jobs of the decade. don't
be too surprised if the Redhead doesn't do just that, too, From
now on both the -schedule and time are in his corner. By Nov. 26
Holledefrs all-round development as a qu rterback may be such
that people will be writing in to ask, "Whatever became of Navy's
George Welsh?"
Navy and the little fellow didn't fare so well against Notre
Dame Saturday. In fact, the Irish's Paul Bornung took the play
almost completely away from Welsh. Like Army's Holleder, he
is a made-over quarterback, a converted full to be specific. It is
needless to add that if this test had the validity pre-game prose
claimed for it, Hornung moved far out in front of Welsh In All-
America prestige. And speaking of standout coaching jobs, young
Terry Brennan rates a bow for the way he restored the Irish
morale after the kicking around they took from Michigan State
two weeks ago.
DELAWARE, HITHERTO UNAMBITIOUS, must know where
to find the lions. The Blue Hers, as Bob (Phillies) Carpente's
favorites cail themselves, smashed Rutgers, 33-7. For reasons
best known to himself, Jim Tatum refuses to let the Maryland
Terrapins function at full speed these days; keeping the South
Carolina score to 27-0 had the looks of a miracle In repressed
violence. Ohio State ran roughshod over Northwestern, 49-0, by
the way of further stressing what is happening to football at
Evanston, once a might big Ten power.'
Playing gin a snow storm, Minnesota beat Southern Cal, 25-19.
Whether the outcome would have been different under more
agreeable whether conditions in conjecture. This was one game
In which possession of the ball was practically a handicap. The
Gophers were kicking on third and first downs. The Gophers,
in their only other clash with a Pacific Coast power, were routed
by Washington, 30-0. If you happen to be Interested In com-
parative cores, Washington narrowlY beat Southern Cal, 7-..
FREDDIE RUSSELL, distinguished Nashville sports author-
ity, is in town to receive the Grantland Rice Memorial Award
from the Sportsmanahlp Brotherhood. It couldn't go to a nicer
gent, ot as more competent press boxer. "Pro quarterback," a
football card came patented by our Pat McOonough, ought to be
on every one's Christmas list. We'll tell you more abouIt in
next Saturday's Digger sports section. The Minnesota price-
makerr you've been reading about here had Southern Cal favor-
ed by 13. over the hometown boys, and it would be interesting
to know what kind of action this produced, especially after it
came tUp now.


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By HARRY GRAYSON
PHILADELPHIA (NEA)--
sylvania headed for the mo
toMting part of Its schedu
Notre ame and Army on su
sive Saturdays-with a a q
which, as someone out it, 5
bellowed to settle the remain
of its games with spelling bI
Steve Sebo's Michigan Stat
tiple offense, which produce
straight defeats going Into
?Pnn State party- most by
car number totals- has been
of a mystery to the Quakers
the opposition.


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Yet no one around Franklin Field
and its confines s anything less
than proud of the manner in which
the Red and Blue warriors have
taken their weekly thumping.
"Practice here, all season long,
Is sawiething you've got to like,'
S ay Bob Paul the school's
tub-thumper. "Casses per mit
Coach Sebo to have a full squad
only on Friday. The rest of the
time kids cume straggling out
late.


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"Yet despite the limited
apd the lickings, the spirit
most unbelievable. They m
as much noise as s. team ridi
5-game winning streak, li
forward to Saturday."
The Navy game served as
illustration. When Penn sta
working for it, Sebo told
oys: "They're not the best t
n the nation. Block and ta
properly and you stand an e
chance. They only filed 11 m
he same as we do."


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The Penn lads took up their
head man's suggestions, did their
utmost--no sulking here. It wai
the same old story, however-nc
contest, as Eddie rdelatz of An
apolis, using a political approach
and desiring to rest George
Welsh, started jayvee Tom' For-
restal at quarterback and other-
wise did everything possible to
keep the score down to a mere
3S points.
Undaunted, the sons of Penn, no
longer mighty, looked forward to
taking on Penn State, Notre Dame,
Army and Cornell.
Their loyalty to Sebc through
two seasons of defeats has been
such that it practically command-
ed the vote of confidence the
institution handed its head drill-
master.
It has been written and s a id
that losing teams do not build
much character, but young men
who take successive pastings like
the Penns have must like to play
football and get something out
of it. They must posses some-
thing vastly more than their lack
of football talent.
With kids like these, it's a pity
there isn't an All-America team
for losers. The Penn kids aer real
All-Americas-the kind you want
on your side. They give the other
side all they've got and never
give up. This will take them much
farther in other line than it has
in high-pressure football.


The team that trots out on
Franklin Field this fall is far re-
moved from tht outfits which took
on mankilline schedules in the
past. The Charley Bednariks,
Skippy Minisis and George Sa-
vitakys are gone.
Most sigip meant in the Penn pic-
ture is the 1i schedule, which
lists Penn State, Dartwr" uth,
Princeton, Brown, Navy, Yale,
Harvard. Columbia and Cornell-
strictly Ivy League.
Penn's present varsity is load-
ed with sophomores. There are
15 high 'r prep school captains
with the freshmen.
Dropped down in class, as they
say at the track, things should get
a lot better.
Meanwhile, you must admire
the kids taking it oa the chin each
Saturday afternoon and bounc-
ing back for more and liking i4.


TAKING PLAY AWAY


BROCKTON, Mahs. (NEA)-
Ralph Chesnauskas of Army an
Vic Piscuskas, Bro wn fullback
Brockton boys, are making head
lines here this fall-while Rock
Marciano is inactive.


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What Does a Dog Wat? ed as much as they want, needed Isn t ,Throwing
By JOE STETSON as much as they need.
Dog Editor John was not a hard-heartcd MILWAUKEE (-NEA)- F e w
guy. In fact he was just a tired quarterbacks can match statistics
"Down! Down!" John was em- guy at the end of a trying day's with Ray Zagar.
phasizing his commands with an work. What he didn't realize was
impatient expression and an .an- that this fatigue would drop from Marquette's T quarterback comrn-
gry mood. "I've just fed you," he him like a cloak-that his springs pleted nine of his first 28 passe,
muttered, "wheat more do you would quietly unwind, his te n- this year and caught three, the
want?' sion vanish did he but rub an latter for a gain of 48 yards.
Happening to overhear him as ear, scratch a back, pat a side
I approached his dog run, I could and mumble nothings to the ones Zagar has no secret about his
not help but feel sorry for the that understand these mumblings double-duy. H moves to halfback
dogs who got plenty EJood, but. like no others... when it comes time to catch pas-
whose communion with the man ses.
they thought God stopped right (Distributed by NEA Service)
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at more a dog wants-I know
rt. It made me wonder how
ny dog owners do not realize
it a dog wants the respect and
section of his master more than
thing else.


The dog that jumps, pushes
barks-makes a nuisance of him-
self for attention-will sit quiv-
ering with grateful eyes pleading
for understanding if he is but
given a few soft words. He may
want mnore and look for it, but
his spirit is burning bright when
fed by the fuel of affection.


Sometimes I wonder about the
questionably fed dog of the man
who has less of 'life's essentials
than he needs for himself. But
when I've turned the thought o-
ver a few time I come to feel
that I'd rather be the dog who
lives with a gnarled hand on his
ead and a gruff voice in his ear
than John's dogs with their bel-
lies full of food.


The truth of the matter is that
e don't have to starve our dogs
to make them happy, nor do we
have to encourage bad- manners.
We can till feed them well and
keep them under proper dicip-
line yet give them th&t moment
now and then to feel secure in
the realization that they belong
that their adoration is not entire-
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The first match in a series of 1st
Small Bore and High Power rifle 2d
matches scheduled for the corn- 3d
ing year was-held Sunday, Oc-
tober 30, at the Farfan Range by A
the Balboa Gun Club. Although
the number of entries was small, 1
every one participating had a 2
good time and are looking for- 3
ward to the next match. 4
This was a four- position! 5
match, 20 shots standing, 20 6
shots kneeling, 20 shots sitting, 7
and 20 shots prone, with mer- 8
chandise prizes being given to 9
the first three places in each 10
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Bill Joyce returned to Canal'
Zone shooting and adequately
demonstrated that he is the No.
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ing on the Isthmus. The only
perfect score fired was by Jean-
ette Orr, a Junior who scored a :
200-9X in the prone position.
Participation by the military TOl
was somewhat disappointing, but
we can expect an improvement H
as word gets around. These po-
sition matches with Small Bore:
rifle are excellent training for
high power rifle matches. The
next rifle match to be held by
the Balboa Gun Club will be a
60-shot match in the standing,
kneeling, and prone position on
the 200 vard range at Farfan, 30
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3d Bill Joyce 187-3X i
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2d Dick Dillman 187-2X
3d Ted Webb 180-3X
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2d Dick Dillman 196-7X
3d Norene Simms 195-9X i


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Not Falter

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is
the eighth in the "BED
FEATHER SERIES" depicting
the activities of the Canal
Zone Community Chest).
"Service That Never Ceases"
aptly describes the work of The
Salvation Army, on organization
with more than 50 years of con-
tinuous service in the interests
of the needy at the "Crossroads
of the World."
Irrespective of color, race or
creew, its program of ameliora-
tion of the sufferings of the less
fortunate has continued unin-
terrupted, made possible in part
by funds from the Canal Zone:
Community Chest of which It is
a member agency.
Often in conditions and cir-
cumstances lacking in glamor, it
has silently rendered service
and brought relief to countless
persons. Much of the Salvation
Army's work goes unpublished.
Throughout the past year,
the organization in the Ca-
nal Zone has received by tele-
phone, letter or personal call,
instances of human tragedies
and perplexities of life.
Sudden calamity may cause a
reversal of circumstances; sick-
ness, 'or even death, may leave
a family bereft, not only of a
loved one but also of the support
given.
Cold statistics are never really
Impressive, but the human in-
terest stories behind them capti-
vate the imagination. Day bY
day the dramas are enacted, and
often money, investigation and
gymnathy will put matters
right.
During the past year more
than 800 needy families re-
ceived direct relief from the
Salvation Army.
One of the Army's more val-
nable services is )n their care
.and aid of the blind. Advice and
practical aid is given and later
the individuals return to say,
"Thank You."
A.call to trace a missing rela-
t've comes from the other side
of the world, patient inquiries
lep?ds to the discovery of the
wanted person and a happy,
united family results.
And so the story could go on.
Let it suffice to say that "Tho
Army of the Helping Hand"
stands ready to assist In anyv
way possible in the days that lie
eabpad.
The Salvation Army is main-
taining the purpose of ifs ex-
istence as "servants of the
people," and in doing so is the
handmaidd' of its many
friends, enabling them to do
things they would li'e to do
themselves if they had the op-
portw-nity.
The administrative officer In
charge is Senior-Captain Ed-
ward W. Hodgson, who !s ably
supported bv his wife and a
group of full-time officer work-
ers. The headquarters is situated
at 0792 La Boca Road, Balboa
(Telephone: Balboa 3693) and
there are churches at La Boca,
Paralso and Rainbow City. I
Every dollar subscribed to the
organization through the Com-
munity Chest is stretched to the
utmost, and those who give as-
sist in the fulfillment of the
Divine command to "undo the
heavy burdens."

Wanted Man's Luck


Runs Oul After 9

Years Of Freedom
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5-
(UP)-A wanted man, lucky
through nine years during which
he didn't even change his last!
4iame, was arrested here for
mail fraud today at the same
time that Chicago authorities
were discussing dropping the
charges because he was legally
dead.
Wallace J. Johnson, 63, misg-
ing from Chicago since 1946 and
Indicted for mail fraud involv-
Ing $33,000 in 1947, was taken
into custody by postal inspectors
today after they got a tip fromI
a San Francisco woman who saw
his wanted poster on a post of-
flee wall
Johnson. who-e onl,, han -
had been to call himiElf Walter.
readily admitted hi4s idcntii',
and confe.,;ed his crime to p"i-,
tal inspector Clarence Konlet
He had been running a ridin.
stable In nearby San Mateo.
Calif.. since 1947.
Chicago authorities said that
Johnson's wife, Olavena. had al-
ready collected on his life insur-
. ance on the grounds that be wa;
legally dead after seven years.
They were meeting today to con-
aider dropping the mall fraud
charges when news of Johnson'-
arrest reached them.
Mrs. Johnson, left alone in
Chicago. sued Equitable Life As-
sa- rance Society for collection of
his $5,000 insurance policy in
1953 and the company made An
out-of-court settlement for a
Reported $1,200.
Johnson was formerly treas-
wrer of a country elub In Chica-
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FIVE CENTS


Big Four Ministers Separate




To Plan Next Week's Moves


PRESIDENT RICAKUO ARIAS bestows the order of Manuel
Amador Guerrero o, Don Fabio Arosemena, sole surviving
member of the Municipal Council which declared Panama's
cecession from Colombia.
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IN THE NAME OF lIE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Pedro Galln-
do presents a gift to Don Enrique de la Ossa, president of the
Society of Soldiers of the Panamanian independence.

KIT CARSON


GENEVA, Nov. 5-(UP)-U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles lined up strategy on .dis-
armament today while waiting
to leave on a two-day visit to
Vienna and Yugoslavia. ,
Dulles and his chief disarma-,
ment experts met at U.S. dele-
gation headquarters. Harold E.
Stassen, presidential adviser on
disarmament, is scheduled to ar-
rive this afternoon.
The Big Four conference,
faced with total deadlock on
European security -and Germa-
ny, was expected to plunge into
the disarmament discussion in
the middle of next week.
With hopes of reaching a Eu-
ropean cold war settlement at
Geneva virtually abandoned, the
conference went into cold sto-
rage for the next three-days.
Soviet Foreign Minister V. M.
Molotov, who has sidestepped
every western attempt to smoke
him out on whether Russia
wants German unity, flew off to
Moscow for the weekend.
The purpose of his trip was
not announced. But it was as-
sumed he would confer with the
other Kremlin leaders and prob-
ably bring back new instructions
for dealing with the deadlocked
German question.
But western officials had very
little hope that these would
bring the conference any nearer
agreement.
British foreign secretary Har-

Snns Warn 7nnlan


old Macmillan took the over-
night train to Paris and flew
from there this morning to Lon-
don.
Dulles and Pinay were sched-
uled to take off for Vienna and
Paris respectively early this aft-
ernoon.
With the chief delegates all
out of town, the conference's
work ground to a virtual stand-
still
Experts of the three western
delegations held their usual
morning planning and strategy
session at the British delegation
headquarters.
Two working groups set up by
the conference to discuss East-
West contacts met at the Palais
des Nations. But they already
have bogged down int disagree-
ment as badly as the Big Four
Ministers themselves.
In a week of talks they have
not been able to agree even on
the procedure of their own work.
The west wants to take up
first such issues as freedom of
information, increased cultural
ties and lifting of barriers on
East-West travel.
The Soviets want first to takeI
up the question of East-West
trade and lifting of trade em-
bargoes and barriers.
The working groups are sched-
uled to report back to the Min-
isters by Nov. 10.


Local, US-Ra


BIG THREE IN GENEVA-The Big Three Western foreign ministers discuss strategy over a
demitasse at the villa of France's Antoine Pinay (center) near Geneva, Switzerland. British
Foreit,n Secretary Harold Macmillan is at left, and U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Pulles
is at right. Today they have separated to discuss future conferences.


'Operation Homefront' Starts



Program For Self-Protection


Special emphasis will be given
during "Operation Homefront"
which will be observed during
the coming week to the impor-
tance of the general public learn-
ing the air raid warning signals
and what to do when they sound.
A five-point program has. been
outlined for the observance of "0-
peration Homefront Week" in the
Canal Zone which is bein con-
ducted simultaneously throughout
Region III of the Federal Civil
Defense Administration covering
the seven Southeastern S t a t e s,
Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, and
the Virgin Islands.
The five objectives are: Learn
public action signals; join the
Warden Service; First Aid train-
ing, Home first aid kit and
"Grondma's Pantry. The latter


te Payrolls


%VlFe wwii u V 0utUll3 J n.

To Look Sharp To Be Unified On Jan. 1

For Counterfeits A unified payroll system for the keeping, and Civil Service proced-
Canal organization, as announced ures.
A warn has n last month by Governor Seybold, Tne Cristobal office of the Per-
the enerning hasl public been issued o Canalwi become fully effective at the sonnel Bureau has handled all em-
Zo ne ral public by the Canal end of next January, B a 1 b o a ployments through the single of-
ne ce concerning counterfeit Heights has reveled. lice since it was opened, although
silver coins being circulated In the The first pay checks under the further consolidation of records
Counterfeits of both Panama and new system will be delivered in and procedures will be accomplish-
Counterfeits of both Panamaand February. ed coincidental with the -changes
the United States coins have been With the adoption of a unified pay made on the Pacific side.
ly The counterfeits wZone rece of roll, salary checks will be deliver- The adoption of the unified pay
y.cents Theand one dollar derenaion ed to all employes the same day roll system early next year will.
cenboth U.S. and Panamanian curby units of the organization. The necessitate several transitional
renyof both U.S. and Panamanian cur- present U.S.-rate pay period will changes which will affect princi-
be used as the basis for all em- pally the pay periods and pay.
Panama Police made arrests a ployes and time keeping procedure days of local-rate employes and
few days ago in connection with es will be adapted to that schedule. the paydays for a large number
counterfeiting and Zone Police be- Because of the size of the or- of U. S. rate employes.
lieve that tht counterfeit coins ganization and the workload in. To implement the system, on
have stemmed from that source. evolved, it will be necessary to- Jonuary 29 a one-week pay period
The police warned the general stagger the paydays, will be escallished for all local-
public to be careful in accepting The exact schedule for the pay- rate employees paid biweekly for
United States and Panama coins days will be annouheced later, the week of January 22-29. Pay
of the two denominations. Persons The unification of the two pay- checks for these employes will be
receiving counterfeit money should rolls will require a change for hour- issued covering one week only, less
send such coins to the Police Divi- ly employes (mostly employes any deductions. After that date
sion together with any informa- on the piers) who are now paid the pay periods for the two grpups
tion about its receipt, it was an- weekly. The change for this group will coincide.
nounced. to a two-week pay period, comicid- The first combined pay period
ing with the present U. S.-rate pay for all employes will begin Jan.
periods, will be made in December. uary 29 and end February 11.-
ixon Presides The consolidation of the payrolls The delivery of pay checks by
into a single system is a part of units of the organization wul be-
At 100th Meeting the Canal administration policy of gin the following week.
eliminating any practice which With this change fully effective,
Of Like's Cabinet may se em to differentiate condi- all employes of the Company-
tions of employment opportunity, GbvernmenL will be carried on the
Enunciated last month by Gov- same rol lwithih their organization
WASHINGTON, Nov. 5 (UP)i ernor Seybold in an address at regardless oi citizenship or rate of
Vice President Richard M. Nix- the dedicatory ceremonies of the pay.
on presided yesterday over thenew Paraiso Civic Center. r'or example, all employes of
100th meeting of the Eisenhower An important phase of this po. the Dredging Division will be carri-
Cabinet. licy, he said, is the centralization ed on a common roll and will be
of employment and the standard- paid on the same day, although
Assistant presidential press ization of employment conditions their payday may not coincide
secretary Murray m Snyder said for both U.S.-citizen and non-U.S with that of the Maintenance Div-
after the three-hour meeting a citizen groups vision whose employes will also
"full agenda" was discussed. Most of the units of the Employ- be paid at one time.
I ment and Utilization Division of The new pay schedule will be an-
Four of the 10 Cabinet mem- the Personnel Bureau have now nounced well in advance. Once es-
bers Secretary of State John been moved to the Central Labor tablished, all employes Will be
Foster Dulles; Defense Secretary Office on Roosevel Avenue in paid every 14 days and on the
Charles E. Wilson; Secretary of Balboa. same day of the week for each
Interior, Douglas McKay and This move permits the consolida pay period. The only difference will
Labor Secretary James p. Mitch- tion of all work pertaining to em- be that many employes how paid
ell-were absent from the ses- ployments, processing, placement, on Mondays or Tdesdays may be
sion. transfers and promotions, record paid on another day of thb week.


By Russ Winterbotham and Ed Kudlaty


-.A1MA I~


Subjective is for the purpose of their car windows and remain in
having all homes supplied with a their cars until receiving instruc.
three-day supply of canned food tions by radio or from authorized
for emergency use. Civil Defense personnel."
.In connection with the selection
New public action signals were of a protective shelter int h e
adopted in the Canal Zone this home, the following general in-
year and were sounded for the structions have been issued by
first time in the practice alert the Civil Defense Section for Ca-
held last -June, n Zone civilian residents:
"The location to be selected as
In connection with "Operation the protective shelter area in your
Home front," the Canal Zone Civ- house should, be the strongest
il Defense Seciton is calling spe- structural part of the building. It
cial attention to the signals which should be on the first floor or un-
would be sounded in event of any der, the house and the aor e a
enemy attack. The two signals should be protected from possible
are: flying glass or falling objects.
Take Cover Signal. This is wail- Generally the best areas are tball-
ing sound of high and low tones ways, under stairways, s m all
on the air raid siren system last- rooms, maids' rooms, or garages.
ing for three minutes. This signal "It should be remembered that
means that an attack is immi- certain 'items should be stored in
nent and everyone should s e e k or readily available to the shelter
cover immediately. area. These-ihclude a first a id
Alert Signal. This is a steady certain iehns should be stored in
blast lasting three minutes. It kit; flashlight with spare bat-
means that everyone should tune te les; portable battery-operated.
in his radio to the Armed Forces radio; .required medicants f
station, CFN, for instructions. Per- egd or ill; required items for b!' I
sons who have no radio available bies; and items for emergency
should remain under cover until sanitation."
notified by authorized Civil De-
fense personnel.
The public action signals have
no set sequence, and the Ale r t
Signal may be sounded before the
Take Cover Signal, or vice versa.
- The courses of action to be tak-
en by people under varying cir-
cumstances have been suggested TODAY --- 5 -.40
by the Civil Defense Section as 1:00, 2:50, 4:50, 7:00, 9:10 p.m.
follows: 1 :50 700 :10 p


"People at home:
(a) Upon hearing the Take Cov-
er Signal, extinguish all o p e n
flames, turn off stove, turn on
radio, and take immediate' cover
in the selected protective area of
the home.
(b) Remain in shelter until Al-
ert Signal is sounded. Then go to
the radio for Instructions. Do not
go outside the building.
"At work or in school:
(a) Upon sounding of the Take
Cover Signal go to the designated
shelter within the establishment
obeying the instructions of desig-
nated Wardens.
(b) Upon hearing the Alert Sig-
nal, reamin'in the protective shel-
ter area until dismissed by de-
signatored Wardens.
"People in the open:
(a) At the Take Cover Signal go
to the nearest public building, or
4ive for cover under a building. -a-
long a wall, or in a ditch or gut-
ter. Bury your face in your arms.
If no cover is available, fall to
the ground and cover the fa c e
and back of the neck.
(b) Remain under cover until
notified by radio or otherwise fol-
lowing the Alert Signal. U pon
-hearing the Alert Signal or upon
knowledge that an Atomic burst
has taken place, people lying in
the open fully exposed should seek
cover against radioactive fallout.
"People in motor vehicles:
(a) Opon hearing the Take Cov-
er Signal, motorists should pull to
the side of the road, stop. r o ll
windows down, tutrn.on radio if
available, and lie down on the
floor of the car. Occupants
should not leave their cars unless
better protection is at hand.
(bi When the Alert Signal is
sounded, motoristss-should roll up


Culvert Work
Will Affect
Trans-lsthmian
Effective Monday, for a period
of approximately 10 days, traffic
on the Trans-lsthmian High w a y
will be limited to onewav starting
at Mile 14 from Randolph Road
for a distance of approximately
one-half mile proceeding tow a r d a
Panama City.
Barriers will be .placed at each'
end of the area, and watchmen will
be stationedd to direct traffic.
This action is necessary because
of the installation of a culvert in
the area by the Maintenance Dii.-
alon forces.


Forbidden! Yet the
Prodigal'Son Could
Not Resist Her!


UDtRY DALTON. JAMES MITCHELL
SEVILLE BRAND.-WALTER HAMPDEP
TAVA ELG FRANCIS L. SUU VAN,
IOSEPf WISEMAN -SANDOA DESCHE
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