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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1956
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CANADIAN WHISKY I

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IsTORED m the first ma-

political snaseup since

lan riots, wHMyiw w-

lka (above), a former n-

and three oi nis ior-

rly disgraced com raaes

re been namea mj me en-

Committee oi me ponsn

lmunist Party. GomuiJta

jailed after a purge in
1948.

American Tourist Predicts .
Poland To Be Free
Under Labor Govt.
BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct. 22(UP) The president of
the Polish Falcons of America, predicted Jast night that
strife-torn Poland will be "a free nation with a Tito-style
socialist labor government" within three months.
Francis L. Martin made his prediction in an address
at the sixth anniversary meeting of the Polish cadets.
Martin, who recently completed a 4000 mile trip
through Poland, said he found the "razzing of the Com Communists"
munists" Communists" so widespread and flagrant "I could' hardly be believe
lieve believe it."

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aaYicers overtnrew supreme
of Slate Julio Lozanq Dim

first bloodless coup in uw
s history yesterday. j

official announcement listen

lilitary triumvirate as eu.
J Rnririeuez. director of

lilitary academy; Col. Hector

Iccioli, commander of tne at

and Ma), lumeno uave.

Iter of Development.

further details were avana-

re immediately.

radio "The Voice of Hon
' in a broadcast heard in

rader said the u n t a

r o s i a n

i no to

comply.

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Martin said he found "lots of
freedom" in Poland, plenty of
poverty, and intense interest in
education and physical. culture.
The people, he said, express expressed
ed expressed an eagerness to "get the
outside world to do bus ntss
with the Poles." v
"From all indications, the
Russians have been bleeding Po Poland
land Poland from all sources," he said.
"Living conditions are bad, of
course. Food seems to be plenti plentiful
ful plentiful but expensive," he said.
The Poles, Mart'n declared,
are tense with anxiety because
of the years of oppression, first
under the Germans and now
under the Russians.
Martin said Wladyslaw Gomul Gomul-ka,
ka, Gomul-ka, Poland's new leader, "is a
socialist-laborite."
That's what th country will
probably turn to. They won't
entirely Ignore' Karl Marx but
they're going to work out their
own idea of socialism."

Hungary Next
For Tito-Type
Independence

warplanes from the Hon

our force flew over leguci leguci-while
while leguci-while army chiefs sent wbrd

asking him to resign,
officers, then took over

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BUDAPEST. Oct. 22, (UP)
University students in Commu Communist
nist Communist Hungary have delivered an
ultimatum -threatening "street
demonstrations" if their de demands,
mands, demands, ace. not met for further
liberalization Witlfen two weeks.
The Students hive asked such
things as "autonomous admin administration
istration administration of theuniversities and
permission for students to go a a-broad."
broad." a-broad." In London diplomats predict predicted
ed predicted Hnnsar- mav 'be the next

eminent in a formal cere-!country to form a "Titolst" Com-
..; u m.mWc t( tho Hinln- : 1 J

iiiu'.usv staie iiiuepcnutiiL ui
Russia.
Budapest radio said today
Hungary's Communist youth or-

rea-onni7atlnn announced It will

convene the nation's youth par parliament
liament parliament on Oct. 27 at Budapest.
It said all Hungarian univer universities
sities universities and high schoo would be
allowed to send representatives.
Angered students cancelled
their membership with the Com Communist
munist Communist youth organization Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and formed an independ independent
ent independent students organisation.

5 Red Divisions

Moving To Poland

From L Germany

West Berlin tabloid newspaper
B.Z. said today the Soviets have
moved five divisions from East
Germany to Poland following
the reinstatement there of "Ti "Ti-toite"
toite" "Ti-toite" Wladyslow Gomulka as
party first secretary.
The newspaper said the So Soviets
viets Soviets ordered the East German
railways to provide 4000
freight ears for the troop
transport.
The troop transport to Poland
tied up the railways so greatly
that the zone's coal and food
shipments were halted, the
newspaper said.
Meanwhile the Soviets have
banned the western allies from
traveling east of Berlin toward
the Polish -East German bor border,
der, border, informed sources said to today.
day. today. The sources said the ban ap applied
plied applied specifically to the Western
allied military missions In Pots Potsdam
dam Potsdam accredited to the Soviet oc occupation
cupation occupation army, potsdam is a

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PRESLEY ACQUITTED Rock'n' roll idol Elvis Presley poses
with one of his fans, Mary Ann Lewis, outside the courtroom
in Memphis, Term., after he was acquitted of disorderly con conduct
duct conduct charges. Two filling station operators who tangled with
Elvis were freed with light fines. The trouble started when
Presley failed to move his ear at the filling station to permit
other cars to be serviced.
Classy Chassis Of Pelvis Elvis
Gets Smeared With Fans' Lipstick

o

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 22 (UP)
Elvis Presley paid a high price

going to see himself, in

members of the diplo-

rnrDS attending.

I deposed leader read a state-

lover Ue radio wnicn s a i u

lu tn "insurmountable

have felt obliged to deie-

bower in a military junia.

iends should realize tnat l
not abandon them if I could

broadcast said the junta
J the population of Tosu
a to romain indoors, told
el author it its to remain at

oats and banned any
. .i

ins of more man nvo par-

lr reports said maruai law

stablished by the junta "un-

situation returns to nor-

. .1 TY 1 J

IS reports irom me nuuuuras
ie junta proclaimed itself

my political commitments.
e has been brewing in

ravs since 1954 wnen presi-

lection machinery broke

s a result of a split in the

line Nationalist rariy. L,oza-

kk over the country

Pig-hunting Father
Shoots Son In Knee
In Chiva Chiva Area

Coco Solo Sailor

Fined $250; Cut

Buddy With Knife

A young American sailor based

at Coco Solo was fined $250 In
the Cristobal Division of TJ.8.
District Court on a charge of
assault with a deadly weapon,
to wit a pocket knife.

Carl Zigler written. 20. was

fined $250 on Friday for the at attack
tack attack on an American soldier
friend, Julio Gomes.
The court was told that the
two men were friendly but rot

into an argument and fight un under
der under a quarters building at Coco

Sollto last August.

tromez was cut in the chest
during the affray.

A 14-year-old pig hunter, Ru Ru-maldo
maldo Ru-maldo Ortega, Panamanian. Is
recovering In Gorgas Hospital
today from gunshot wounds re received
ceived received in the knee during a

whenjnunUnK accident In .the Chiva

u. ti rc,jnti ,n. vniva area yesteraay.

' received aF majority Re-1 Th v his father,
illeda Morales, who poUedi11816011 Ptega, 60, Panamanian

,. vntp wa exiled kmc jiui ya,i iruui iiit
Seat vote, was eiu. o acclaent
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th Tjwno reffime' "Cwu'Leuiy numajao ana ms

... ... n nir nminor uorr-artec iimea

a military revait and mm k v
fomented by "Communists drlv'n? wlldP ,t.hun a vu?:

of Villeda." Fom K t ;L l"u,a

act suui at menu wnn a snot-gun.

Ipporters

waders were

sentenced to

Of Sunken

Doria WW

Up Testimony

YORK, Oct. 22 (UP) (UP)-examination
examination (UP)-examination was expected
today of Piero Calamai,
of the sunken liner and-

5S. showed signs o

I mental and physical strain

wnen ne completed n i

raight day on the witnes

ist Friday.

than $40 million in dam.

The father mistook the move movement
ment movement of his son for that of the
game and fired, hlfjing Rumal Rumal-do
do Rumal-do In the right knee cap.
The boy was brought in by a
passing Army vehicle where pel pellets
lets pellets were removed.
The father will be charged
with carrying a firearm without
a permit.

Creek Fugitive
Killed By Cyprus
Underground

NICOSIA, Cyprus. Oct. 22 rtTPi

Its have been filed against, ieo gunmen killed a Greek
land Swedish lines as a re-1 speaking native fugitive from lua.

I trie July 25 sea tragedy in I we near here today, the seventh

oersons died.

indrea Doria sank the

sutler it was rammed by

off the Massachu-

iman to die at the hands of the

reoei underground In 48 hours

f anayous Styuanou. who brake

jail here six months ago, was

slain m the village of Aphania

10 miles south oi Nicosia. The

Ounnar Nordenson. mas i motive for the murder could not

Stockholm, was to ie determined immediately, but it

e s'and when attorneys was oeneved the anti-Bnt'sh

Ie the cros3 examination i "t- had marked him for

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Germany to Poland.

stery.
The- rock

mobbed last night

his most steady girl friend, Mem Memphis
phis Memphis beauty queen Barbara Ann

Hearn. 19. went to

watch a newsreel of his perform

ance at the Tupelo, Miss, fair
recently.
The girls mobbed Elvis as he
entered the theater and then tore
up bis flashy convertible while he
was inside.

Presley pushed a $5 bill through
the ticket window to pay for two
tickets. He got the tickets, but his
teen-aged fans swarmed down on
him so fast he could not pick up
his change.
Then he pushed his way Into the

theater while 300 to 400 girls, and
a few adult women, jumped up

ano onwn on tne hood of his new

car. They opened the doors and
ripped the upholstery and dented

the fenders.
It took police and theater ushers

90 minutes to restore order.

But Elvis took it all calmly. He
and his girl sat in a reserved
booth in the theater for an hour

watcning bivis on the screen.

Walk! Thief Gels

2 Years In Camboa
Theft of a wallet by force and
vlnlannA ha. ..nt nilha.tA

a theater to n,nii rnn,n,-., u

penitentiary for a two year
term. The charge against him
was robbery.
Hernandez was found guOty in
the Cristobal Division of the U.
S. District Court on Friday.
The court was told that after
having had some drinks in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Hernandez and two ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances repaired to the
roundhouse area of the Canal

Zone.
Later, as they were crossing
an open grassy area en route to

ward the highway Hernandei at

tempted forcibly to take a wal wallet
let wallet from one of the others.

50 Ducked
As Portobelo

Dock Breaks

About 50 persons who had
gone to portobelo for yesterday's
Black Christ Festival were duck ducked
ed ducked this morning when a pier
collapsed. Reportedly some 29
were injured, several somewhat
seriously.
The structure was overcrowd overcrowded
ed overcrowded with people trying to get the
first launch back to Colon.
Most of those who fell Into the
harbor were Panamanians.
The crews of two Navy crash
boats happened to be in Porto Portobelo
belo Portobelo assisting in cleaning up the
littler from last night's celebration.

They came to the rescue of

the Injured celebrators.

A Navy helicopter from Coco
Solo was dispatched to the scene
and brought one injured woman

to coco solo Hospital.

An Air Force helicopter also

started lor the scene of the ac accident
cident accident but turned back when It
was found not to be needed.
One Navy crash boat brought
in four people who had suffered
back injuries and one who. had
a skull injury. All wers taken to

Coco Solo.

The other boat brought in two
slightly injured women and 20

others. All were taken to Ama Amador
dor Amador Guerrero Hospital in Colon,

Adlai, Estes Flay

Ikes

Rejection

Of Bulganin Offer

NEW Y0R Oct. 22 (UP) President Eisenhower's
angry reply to Russia's latest plea to halt H-bomb tests
drew bitter criticism todav from Adlai E $tevennn

Sen. Estes Kefauver.

Mr. Eisenhower's opposition to a ban on future H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tests, which Stevenson has called for. has made it

major issue in the Presidential campaign.

i ne r resident yesterday angrily accused Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikolai Bulqanin of "interference in U S Hnmecti

affairs" and of seeming "to impugn my own sincerity," in

senamg mm a ierrer asking tnat the two nations ban fu future
ture future H-bomb tests.

I Chose Freedom' Kravchenko Shoots
Intruder; Needs New Name, Home

NEW YORK. Oct. 22 (UP)
Victor Kravchenko, Russian refu refugee
gee refugee whose pseudonym was reveal revealed
ed revealed when he shot an intruder, said

today the publicity would force

him to find a new home where he
can live like an American.
Kravchenko, former Soviet ar army
my army captain who left his job with
rh Soviet purchasing commis commission
sion commission in Washington in IMS to
seek asylum in the United
States, is the author of "I Chose
Freedom," en anti Soviet ex expose.
pose. expose. He revealed yesterday that it
was he who seriously wounded a

man who broke into the apartment

Saturday night where he had been
living under the name Peter Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. Kravchenko's identity had been
kept secret by New York police at
the request of the Central Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence Agency.
Police reported Sstuday night
that Michael Garcia, 21, had been
shot by Peter Martin when Garcia
anc' mother man tried to force
their way into Martin's apartment.

Martin called the police after he

Oh-No-Dept

BERLIN, Oct. 22 (UP) Artifi Artificial
cial Artificial eyebrows in blue, green and
various shades of red are being
shown at West Berlin's soap fair.
The artificial eyebrows come in

12 shades. They are intended for

people who lose their eyebrows

wounded Garcia and went with
them to the precinct.
Newsmen noted shot photo photo-graphs
graphs photo-graphs taken of Martin bore a
marked similarity to picturea ef
Kravchenko. Latar it was learn learned
ed learned that Martin's pistol ptrmit
Ho bore the aame Victor Krav Kravchenko.
chenko. Kravchenko. Chief of Detectives James B.
Leggett told reporters that the oc

cupant of the partment had identi

fied himself as Peter Martin.

"Other people not the police de departmentare
partmentare departmentare Interested in leav

ing it that way," Leggett said.

The ensuing struggle was no noticed
ticed noticed by a Canal Zone watch watchman
man watchman who summoned police.
Later the wallet, which con contained
tained contained about $20, was recovered
in the grass.
Globemaster
Crash Lands
In Antarctica

AUCKLAND, N.Z., Oct. 22 -(UP)
The U. S. Air Force Globemaster
"State Of Washington" crash land landed
ed landed at McMurdo sound in Antarctica
at end of a flight from Christ Christ-church,
church, Christ-church, N.Z., it was reported here
today.
No injuries were reported.
It wa the second crash to be
reported, A U.S. Navy Neptune
bomber crashed in bad weather
last week when landing at Mc McMurdo
Murdo McMurdo sound, killing four men.

Car Demolished,
Albrook Man OK
InvesUaatlon Is continuing to

Wilson campbetl, 26, of Aibroo
Field, lost dontrol of his car on
Oalllard Highway last Friday
afternoon.
Campbell was proceeding
northbound pat the "Old 300
Area" opposite Albrook APB
when the vehicle skidded to the
left and onto' the shoulder.
It continued sideways across a

driveway and finally turned
over, coming to rest 239 test

from the point where u ten we
pavement.
The driver, alone in the car,
was uninjured but his vehicle
was demolished, police said today.

Navy Supply Ship
Picks Up 11 From
Smashed Freighter

MANILA, Oct. 22 (UP)-The U.S.

Navy supply ship Castor yesterday

picked up 11 survivors from a
Philippine freighter that was

smashed by a typhoon off north
era Luzon.

Officials said they presumed
the freighter, the .1,173. ton
"Lepus" out of Manila, had sunk
in the storm with a cargo of iron

ore.

The vessel was carrying a crew

of 37. The search for other pos possible
sible possible survivors wss continuing, of
ficisls said.

The Lepus reported Friday It

was in danger of being swamped
by the typhoon. Later it reported
heavy seas bad sheared off Its
rudder.
American planes sighted the

survivors and the Castor sped to

the scene.
1

Vincent Price, Edward G. Robinson Tied
For Jackpot Prize On '64-G Challenge

YORK, Oct. 22 (UP) painting and told It represented

a small section or one oi

NEW

Actors Vincent Price and
ward G Robinson tied for

Ed

the

jackpot prize last night on "the
$64,000 challenge'' television quiz
program.
The stage and screen stars
must return to the program next
Sunday to answer a tie-breaking
$64,000 question. If both answer
correctly again, their match will
be declared a draw and the
money split between them.

nine

central panels depicting inci incident
dent incident from the Bible. They were
required to identify the painter,
the location of the painting, the
owners of the hands and any
five of the nine incidents.
Both answered correctly that
the detail was from Michelan Michelangelo's
gelo's Michelangelo's painting on the celling
ef the Slstine Chrapel In the
Vatican. The hands were those
of God and Adam.
The nine incidents depicted
are intoxication of Noah, the
Flood, the sacrifice of Noah, uhe

Price, the champion, and
Robinson, the challenger, are
competing in the 'Great Art and

through illness, or for girls who' Artists" category. Last night I Fall and expulsion from Para-

wish to have their eyebrows totney we snown a aeiau (two Oix. we creauon oi s.ve. uie
match their evening gowns. jhandsj from part of a great creation of Adam, the separa

tion of sky and water, God cre creating
ating creating the sun and moon and God
seDaraitlne Uaht and darkness.

Champion Gino Prato and his
78-year-old e h a 1 lenger, Mrs.

Ethel Edwards, both of New

York, tied at the $4,000 level in
the "opera" category by identi identifying
fying identifying th Gypsies Giarno and

Mercedes as appearing in "Mig "Mig-non"
non" "Mig-non" by Ambroise Thomas and
"Carmen" by Bizet respectively.
Two contestants tied at the
$2,000 level tn the "civil war"
category. They are champion J.
G. Trent, an itinerant printer
now from Southwest Harbor,
Me., and his challenger. Mrs. Li Li-la
la Li-la stem, a housewife from Atlanta.

Stevenson, planning a campaign
windup at his Liberty ville. Ill,
farm took a dim view of Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's reply to Bulganin.
The Democratic Presidential
candidate said tho White House
appeared to have "dismissed
the Russian offer out of hand."
Kefauver, campaigning in Poco-

tello, Idaho, was reported to be

"shocked" by the President's re

ply and said that the Soviet Pre Premier's
mier's Premier's proposal "may have been

in good faith."
Mr. Eisenhower, in an unu unusually
sually unusually sharp reply to e head ef
state, fold Bulgsnin the landing
ef his neU "in tho mUUt if i
hltOWcW campoit
ceaititutas en inforforonto by I
foreign nation in our Internal affairs."

He said if an ambassador bad

indulged in aimilar "inference It
"would read to his being declared
persona non grata in accordance
with long-established customs."

Stevenson hammered i away at

the H-bomb issue while taking a

"breather" at his farm to chart a

15-day windup to his csmpaign.

The Democratic nominee said

there seemed to be "nothing new"
in Bulganin's note but the mote

looked "encouraging" to him nev nevertheless.
ertheless. nevertheless. "Nobody cen say et this point
hew siacera the Ruseians are In
this matter," ho setd, "but I de
knew that we cannot afford te
let them continuously ippur
before the rest ef the world as
mere devoted to peece and dis disarmament
armament disarmament than we ere."
"The White House," Stevenson
said, "seems to have dismissed
the Russian offer out-of-hand, but
the world and the American peo people
ple people expect sober consideration
from our leaders of all possibili possibilities
ties possibilities for reducing tension and the
damage or war most of all nu nuclear
clear nuclear war."
Stevenson flies to New York Ci City
ty City tomorrow to seek votes in the
city and Its suburbs.
He returns to Illinois for two
dsys snd then goes to the West
Cosst late this week for rallies In
Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Kefauver arrived in Idaho yes

terday from California. Hitting
at the H-bomb issue the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic vice-presidential candidate said
"we have everything to gain aad
nothing to lose from negotiating
with the Soviets on this proposal.
Kofouver also blasted tho Ei-
senhewer edminietratien's "d i s
graceful giveaways."
He flies later today to Rock
Springs, Wyo., for a rally and
then flies to Waterloo, Iowa, to
night.
Vice President Nixon left Wash Washington
ington Washington today for his final cross crosscountry
country crosscountry swing. He makes two

speecfles in Alpena

piflg (hrongh the

up tonight ih Flint.

ma and seinaw.
bo, ta "atV
ie stale, winding

Ex-Locks Wireman
Charles W. Dodge
Dies In Decatur
News of the death Oct. 18 of
Charles W. Dodge, former em-

&loye of Pedro Miguel Locks, has
een received by friends on the

Isthmus. He was 50 years old.
Death occurred in Decatur,

Ga and funeral services were

held In Decatur Oct. 18.
A native of Atlanta, Ga., Mr.
Dodge came to the Canal Cone
in May, 1940, as a wireman with
the neotrical Division. He
transferred to the Locks Division
in 1944 and was a wireman at

Pedro Miguel when he resigned

In October. 1950.
He Is survived by his wife snd
a daughter, both In the United
States.
Pouring It On
ST. JOSEPH, Mich., Oct. 22
(UP) Mrs. Nina Mae Gates, 37,
of Watervliet, can't withstand her
urge to pour things.
White waiting to appeal a guilty

verdict for pouring sugar in the
gas tsnk of ber daughter's car,
Mrs. Gstes must also appear in

court on her husband's divorce
suit which chsrges her with wsk-

lng him up in the morning by

pouring cold water and not coffew pi w eeding," the Supply

on him.

RP Cop Spots

Zone Robbery,
Nabs Suspect

Robbery is where you find St.

say the Panama National Guam

and the Canal Zone Police.
Somewhat before dawn on
Saturday it was a Guardsman
who jast happened by in a pa patrol
trol patrol car in time to see Andrea
Abelino Amador being rough roughed
ed roughed bp and robbed by two men
at "The Limits."
The exact location at which
the crime was committed was on

Avenue A. in the Zone, between

the Canal Zone Police booth and

the border.

Standing not on the order
of his boundary lines, tho
Guardsman tried to corral tho
robbers.
Over the line in Panama, bo

apprehended Harold Henry
Bowen, 18, Panamanian, who
was arraigned today in Balboa
Magistrate's Court on a chant

of robbery.

The charge against Bowen
recounted that at 3:35 a.m. en

Saturday he forcibly took from

Amador a wallet valued at 75
cents and containing $7.40.
Amador, a resident of Pana

ma, was thrown to the ground
in the struggle with the two

men, Canal Zone police report

ed today. He struck his head on
the curb as he fell, but was not
seriously injured.
Only one suspect, Bowen, was
caught.

A hearing has been set tor him

on Thursday.
Ball was set for him at $2000.
Up until noon today, it had not

been posted.

Britain Explodes

4th Atomic Device

MELBOURNE, Australia. Ocff

22 (UP) Britain yesterday ex.

ploded the fourth and last atomic
device of its current test series as
the Msrlinga test rsnge in south
Australia.
Sir William Penney. Britain's
atomic chief, described the slot
as "successful." The device was
exploded from a tower.
"The usual safety precautions
have been applied and the scien

tific operations for evaiuauori

announced in London,

"J.0"

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SS BBS



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DIM VIEW OF CLAYTON
SIrThis is a little letter to. the stuffed shirts and Military
Police deuartment at Ft Clayton. I had the unfortunate JMeftSj
of Kivin" a friend a ride to her house mere. Upon leavmi
Ft Stat via the main gate at M5 p.m, Oct. li was 'sop 'sop-neri
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the slen which said "Dim your lights.
Surely these Military policeman are taught some kind of
courtesy Surely all guests are not treated this way. Anyone
will fonow the rules if treated in a fairly respeetab e manner.
We will do out best not to visit Ft. Clayton again, even for
the sake of helping a friend who lives there.

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By VICTOR RIESEl
NEW ORLEANS By the time
you roll through Dixie into the
blare and glare of the old French
Quarter here, you realize that for
a slight sum you can buy a u
cense easily for almost anything
except running a union.
That's expensive. In one South
er city one union found to buy
wouid cost it $37,500 just to buy
licenses and pay fees for the right
to put just one organizer into the
community.
In literally hundreds of South
ern communities, the city fathers
have taken a dim view of union
ism and consider it slightly more
immoral than French postcards.
Local ordinances have been
passed requiring payments of bp
to 52,000 per license per union ot ot-ficiaT'
ficiaT' ot-ficiaT' Some cities charge as niUch
as $500 a head for each union
member signed up. Others de
mand character tests for union of
ificialS and a statement of their
views on segregation.
Union leader, understandably
resentful of being treated like fish
and wildlife, are fighting back in
the courts here and in Washing
ton.
Some of these eases are in the
U.S. Suureme Court which. I m
informed by Morris Glushein, gen general'
eral' general' counsel fbf the International
Ladies Garment Workers Union,
will probably make its final deci
sion some tithe next May. If the
High Court decides that these 11-
censing ol-union official ordinances
are constitutional, the labor move movement
ment movement could be set back 50 years.
It Would go bankrupt at such li
cense rales.
There are such ordinances in
nearby Mississippi, Alabama,
Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, South
Carolina and Virginia. Most bf
them read alike but one of the
most startling Is that of Dublin,
Ga. This town's ordinance requires
that union organizers and other
representatives be licensed by the
city. Each license costs 12,500. But
applicants must prove they've
lived in Dublin five years and
swear that they are opposed to
integration.
The most famous licensing else
still nivnts on the neonle of Bax-
ley, Ga. There the city charges
12,000 per organizer ana fsiw per
union member enrolled. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, lays the statute:
"Sec. 4: In passing upon such
application, the mayor and the
council shall .consider the charac
ter of the applicant, the nature Of
the Business of the organization
for which members are desired to
be solicited and its efieet upon
the general welfare of the) citizens
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The Ladies Garment Workers
violated the ordinance. The die
is now before the U.S. Supreme
Court. Another union, Jim Cafejr's
International Union of Electrical
Workers, moved in on another
SUCli city law In Carrolton, Ga
In that quiet community, the coun
cil decided that lay organizer am
bltious enough td try and unionize
the proletariat there would first
hive to pay $t,000 for a license
add Sioo daily for tne duration
This, the UftiOn estimated, would
cost them $37,500 yearly in fees
alone for just a one-man stall
This llw has just been fought in
the Court Of Appeals here. It was
set aside but. not declared uneon
stitutional. The U.S. Supreme
Court Win have to decide that
Down in Madison, Fla., the city
father! Were mere charitable and
kept the union licensing more in
keeping with hunting and fishing
permits. There the union license
enst 1300 and members are per
mitted to Sign up for $2 apiece.
The Court of Appeals ruled it m
valid, but it may go to the Su
preme Court, too.
In Marianna, Fla., the city coun
cil met shortly after union orgahi
zers moved in to sign up workers
at the Graham Air Base whith
trains U.S. Air Force pilots. Li
cense fee for organisers: 1750.
In Charlotte County. Va. organi
zers of the Textile Workers of
America were arrested when they
defied the law requiring a "solici
tation permit." To get one of these
documents, the union men were
required to supply political and
financial information about them
selves and their union. The union
fsucht the statute and beat it
when local authorities back-
pedaled frern a test ease.
Hut aU the otlters ire being en
forced tHesfe days despite the fra fraternization
ternization fraternization of Democratic party
leaders and labor chiefs. There's
no uproar now because the politi political
cal political campaign is absorbing the in
terest of labor people as intense
ly as Don Larsen's ."perfec
game" absorbed his relatives ami
friends.
But right liter the campaign the
fighting will break out. Already
some Of labor's top lawyers have
mrt Thev fathered in AFL-CIO
attorney AI WoU's office in Wash
ington last weea to discuss stra strategy,
tegy, strategy, nils' elvll war will make
history.

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It seems to me that the time
has come for the average hospital
to shape up and remodel itself
from the old bedlam complexes
that still afflict all but a few of
the healing emporia. I have not
been in a great many as a pa patient,
tient, patient, but all the ones I ever paid
tuition to seemed to regard me as
a criminal.
Last year in England I had an
accident and found myself in a
charity hospital when I came to.
There was no appreciable differ difference
ence difference between the alms-house hos
pital and the big deluxer in Amer America,
ica, America, where they charge caviar
prices for the inevitable rice pud pud-dine.
dine. pud-dine. There was one difference
the nurses were politer in the
alms-house.
My first beef against most hos
oitals that I know of is the inef
ficlency of management which al always
ways always keeps them seemingly in the
red. A private room (better call
it "cell") cost! almost as much
jfe-ft 4tHiite in a flrstrclass diotel,
The cost of your chow is included
in the shake. Figuring food as a
quarter of the police, you could
elt extensively in an exclusive
restaurant for-less.
It is not known who are select
ed ta run the so called "diet kitch-
ens," but they must be an offshoot

Walter Winched In

"Around the World in 80 Days"
stars the great Mexicantinflas. He
Is The New Chaplin, A giant who
towers over C.C . Because he
is hot a there pantomimic but
out talents Mr. Chaplin with his
amazing versatility . The new
epic is I cavalcade of nearly all
the Hollywood Greats Id a great,
great show . Sudden thawt!
But Whit does the versatile Can Can-tlnflas
tlnflas Can-tlnflas (bf "80 Days") do for an
encore??? . There are so manv
big names in it, they ought to call
tne new hit, "Around Tne World
in 80 Stars" . Bob Hope starts
his 23rd consecutive season on
the, air with a TV Show Sabbath1
night. (Happy Hopenihg Night) ...
Sammy Davis, Jr. has been en-l
tcrtaimng (With his father and
uncle) lor 26 years. Mr, Wonder Wonderful'
ful' Wonderful' was" a show biz wonder when
he was 4 . Where Were the
censors during NBC's "The Let Letter"
ter" Letter" when Siobhan McKenna, the
ltkd, when questioned abobt a
murdered man explained: "He
tried to rape me" . Don't miss
Betty Reltly's new let It the Reu Reuben
ben Reuben Bleu ... You CaU't please
everybody nut Ike is
pretty close.
coming
A colyumist who took h rip at
Lila Kirk's new big-time act never
even saw it! The Big Nance care carelessly
lessly carelessly told intimates last night:
"She doesn't need me anyhow.
She his Winchell and I hate him"
. . Then give me back my three
dots you (deleted by the Editor!)
This punk, who never saw
the act. Dlnhed it hut the Per
dan Room at the Plaza and the!
i Empire Room at the Waldorf play i
it. Aid she may break all swank
hotel recdrds by next appearing
in the Cotillion Room at the
Pierre, after the Waldorf date .
Dick Rattasi's wit: "Regardless
of who becomes president it
won't help the toupe business"
. . The Desperate Democrats
have reached a new hadir, mean meaning
ing meaning as low as you can get. They
Have started the rumor that Ike
has cancer which he has not! Or
anything like it- My source is can cancer
cer cancer authorities.
Never give up: Barbara Stan Stanwyck
wyck Stanwyck made 9 screen tests and
nothing happened. After the 10th
she won a contract . Spin Ethel
Merman's album, "A Musical Au
tobiography." Records every rous
ing vibration irom l uoi
nyninm 10 i uei a me uui 01
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WHO SAID RADIO HAD NO

Bedlam Complexes
By BOB RUARK

of the Borgia family, complicated
by tapioca-fixations and imbued
with a hatred of people who elt
for fun;
Hospitals are not taxed on their
earnings. They pay cooiie wages
to the poor student nurses who
flunky about the more noxious
tasks. They work their internes
into nervous breakdowns for less
money than they pay the amateur
chemist in the kitchen. They get
separate fees for lab work, oper operating
ating operating rooms, X-rays, special med medications,
ications, medications, and the like.
Schedules in most hospitals are
designed to fit the convenience of
the staff. If you are there for a
rest, you are awakened eVery
hour on the hour, because the
shifts change and it is important
for Miss Leech to dram another
gill of blood so that she can rush
off for a tour on a motorcycle
Witb a boy friend
for fe
rives
ly at 5: .10. There Is such a steady
procession of personnel through
the room that you might just as
well be living in the lobby.
The attitude of the house staff
is not one of deference toward a
sick person who needs tender, lov-
ing care.
you are merely mat
hammer-thrower ... The Nielsen
TV-Rating surveyors have only
two meters in Omaha! Does that
mean if the two homes forget to
turn on their TV sets "nobody"
in Omaha viewed "I Love Lucy"
that night . Hmf . Nielsen
once had only one meter in Port Portland,
land, Portland, Oregon!
Bookays and Bouquets: From
Cue's T-Views: "We can't remem remember
ber remember when we've seen as shabby
a premier as the Walter Winched
Show. Most of it was a horrible
example" . From Long Island
Dail Press: "If He would loosen
up and speak naturally, Mete
might not be such a synthetic
quality and such jarring overtones
in the show" . From Dwlght
Newton's scolding in the Sab
Francisco Examiner (a Hearst.
newspaper): "But all I remember i
was a scene Between an acior ana
actress whose names I didn't
catch" ... From Variety's pre
miere notice: "The big flash is
that he got himself a hot format
to brighten up NBC's heretofore
lackluster Friday program-
ming; The new TV season began
to take on a uve excitement abd
Show Biz aura that Bad been so
sorely missing thus far. He gener generates
ates generates excitement under Alan Hand Hand-ley's
ley's Hand-ley's skillful director producer
wand. The new entry gives every
evidence of occupying a major
niche . The assorted compo
nents were tied together in an ef effective
fective effective and tasteful production by
Handley . WW's back in Show
as the beneficiary. Looks like co
sponsors Old Gold and Toni have
biz with a snaziy format with TV
got themselves a hit."
Reminder to Ingrates: When you
are on top save your money. You'll
need it wnen you've spent your
friends. Overheard at Sherry's
1890: "A bore is one who never
runs out of conversation just
listeners. Sanitation Dept. slogan
for the cops: "Keep our streets
clean of juvenile ierx". The Torch
is when She acts like it never hap happened
pened happened and You act like it never
ended ... Tne N.Y. Times film
critics antiseptic description of
prostitution: "A social embarrass embarrassment."
ment." embarrassment." The worst notice Bias Crosbv
ever received was the letter he
wrote to a London paper: "I just
non sine as w as I unwl tn
t he fee! for a srme isn t there,

FUTURE?

bum in Room 117 who is making
a bloody naisance of himself by
being there. And if you have the
glass bf water, and ring for it,
who the hell do you think you are,
Aly Khari?
Before they trundle you into an
operating room, you have to sign
a statement absolving the hospital
and it! management of legal re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. The Arrowsmiths can
goof) like thee and me, and so
can nospitar personnel.
It Was just the other day that
a girl in New York. Bit by a tar.
wis discharged as unhurt by one
hospital and found to have a frac fractured
tured fractured pelvis, edneusslbn of the
brain, and assorted Internal
scrathbungs by another.
You would not tolerate the gen
eral rudeness, domination and
frightful overcharges (unless you
have a Blue Cross scheme or
something comparable) from any
hotel at comparable fees. You
would not b subjected to the rig
raarple of entrance formalities, or
the brutal approach to your finan financial
cial financial solvency, even if you happen
to be having a baby or are in
imminent danser of dying.
I think it's time we retrieved
the healing houses from the 18th
century, and of this more anon.
-
New Yotk
-and when (his is absent, so is
the style" . G'wan! Class and
talent never go but of style. Come
on the -NBC WW-TV and prove
it! . Look mag quotes Fran Fran-coisc
coisc Fran-coisc Sagan, France'! 21-year-old
novelist queen: "In Plris, when
a girl dbes not know love, by the
time she is 20.lt means bne of
three things she is not pretty, she
nas iea a sheltered life or she is
a communist."
9
Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's
Journey Into Night" (starring
Fredrlc March and Florence Eld Eld-ridge)
ridge) Eld-ridge) received a bonfire Welcome
from Boston's Big Brass. Ironic
ally, almost every O'Neill play
was once o a n n e a mere .
Novelty dept't: "Sona of the Soar
rdw" is on both Sides of one rtc-
ord. Different arrangements
A dog's Die isn't so bad. A
movie
star recently paid $2000 for
poodle. (Hot-doeeety!) . Alex
andre Dumas' blog, "King of
Paris," includes his self-portrait
of a ham: "I'm a windbag filled
with the gas of vanity. But what
a glorious balloon I make .
Joseph R. Voatel iust named Pres
ideht of Loews Inc. Leonold Fried
man succeeds him as President of
Loews Theatres
Susan Silo's aisc, "Dear Diary,"
win be going around In happy cir
cles. Silo is 14 . WOE-TV'S
revival of "Champion" (starring
Kirk Douglas) reminds you that a
fine film always merits encores
. . Pauiette Goddard carries her
jewelry around in cigar boxes.
This is chi chi . Nobody's per perfect,
fect, perfect, folks. Doris Day's big fear:
She's ateaid to answer phones. ...
There is no peace: Glcason has
accused Caesar of swiping kn
idea. Of course, all comics should
be paying royalties to Joe Miller
. . No biz like it: Perry Como
went through 2 long years without
a click platter . fFanny" gets
fatter: Netted $600,000 . Some Something
thing Something unusually worthwhile is Fred
Astaire's album. A dozen sound
track melodies from his hit flick
era . Jane Russell's confession
"My husband and I have some
healthy fights." That recalls John
Barrymore's classic: "Brides
aren't hippy. Just triumphant!"
. . The Broadway news of the
week in a nutshell: Dead Duck
Bites Dead Man . Geo. Condon,
the Cleveland interviewer, has a
sensayuma: "I'm a TV colyumist,
Mr. WliWflwt, It WJTT?,, TSflv
used to be a newspaperman."

riie Washington
Merry-Go -Round
y PWW PEARSON

WASHINGTON Lurking men menacingly
acingly menacingly on the sidelines of the na nation's
tion's nation's present prosperity is an
alarming statistic, namely the:
fact that new housing "starts"
during the month of September
were the lowest sine! January,
195S.
Fortunately for the Republican
presidential campaign, the effects
of declining construction "starts"
won t be ten till next spring.
Then, however, there II sure to
be serious unemployment in the
building trades, else in related
manufacturing industries such as
plumbing and hardware.
Cause of the backslide in con construction
struction construction is tight money, brought
about by the Federal Reserve's
action to curb rising prices by
hiking interest rates on leans to
banks. Such interference with the
natural operation of the economy
used to be condemned by Repub Republicans
licans Republicans as "Keynesian economics."
And it's still being criticized by
Secretary of the Treasury George
Humphrey and Secretary of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Sinclair Weeks as an "un "unfortunate
fortunate "unfortunate tightening of the
economy." However, praetieaiiy
all the governors of the Federal
Reserve agreed on the step, after
consulting reserve banks alt over
the nation, as a means of halting
Inflation.
At any rite, one immediate ef effect
fect effect of the higher Federal
Reserve rediscount rate is that
be
banks cut down-on their borrow borrowing
ing borrowing from the reserve, hence have
fewer hinds to lend to local cus customers.
tomers. customers. Builders, especially in the
West, now must turn to Eastern
insurance companies for money
to finance new home and apart
met construction. I addition to
the normal interest rate, the in
surance companies charge as
Much as 10 per cent extra In
"service charges." As a result,
many builders find it more ad
vantageous t cancel new
construction "starts."
The National Association of
lfnmp nniMtara hsH urirnwl mim
before the hike in interest rates
last spring that construction

starts" might fall off. henee,for political purposes, tne tounoa-

urged Congress to make more,"on pleads:

Federal money available for mort-
eases.
iNOl'E A depression id the
construction industry could have
dire consequences. The housing
boom has been one ef the chief
props ef the nation's recent pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. Housing generates $16,000-
000,000 of the national income, is
responsible for the employment of
1,000,000 persons in the buildidg
trades and 500,000 persons in al
lied industries.
'SHOOTING" THI HIBIINT
Cherubic, goateea Ar Wage, the
famous photographer, was once,
picked up for planning to "assas
sinate" the First Family. It hap
pened While he was on a
photographic assignement at the
White House.
He telephoned his assignment
and loudly discussed the day's
plad namely that be Would
"snoot" ue and tne assistant
would "shoot" Mamie
The telephone happened to be
near a ladles' powder room where
a patriotic Daughter of the Amer
lean Revolution overheard the
conversation. In great alarm, she
telephoned the FBI and reported
that Someone was going td shoot
the President and Mamie
The FBI passed on the tin to
I It A S.ntAr Vcrinnn ink nh nawt
albyiVD kJV ,V aw. VYIUlll flfj'
tects tne president, within an
hour, Wagg was visited by grim
Secret Service agents. He hastily
explained that photographers
often "snoot folks, even presi
dents, with a camera.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
Phony Photograph The Sen
ate Election Subcommittee has
Dinned the blame for another doc
tored photograph en Republican
National Campaign Director Rob
ert Humphreys. Senate
investigators claim that Humph
revs slanted a crooned picture in
the Boston Herald, shewing
Maine s Governor Muskie posing
with a CIO "organizer. The picture,
before it was doctored, actually
showed Muskie With both union
and management representatives.
The Republicans circulated the
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campaign in an attempt to prove

mat nusKie was dominated by too
CIO. He woo.
Communist Infiltration G
men ate cidsely watching a new
move by American Communists
to infiltrate both the Democratic
and Republican parties, The Corn-
munists are also again attempting
to infiltrate the labor movement.
Several Red leaders are drifting
from Communist-controlled unions
into the AFL-CIO, and labor boss
George Meany has assigned his
own full-time investigators to
watch every move of the so-called
reformed Reds.
Americans In Arabia King
Saud is so strict against allowing
Jews to enter Saudi Arabia that
he won't even let Jewish-American
airmen out of their planes at
American bases. Jewish-Americans
can land at US airbases in
Saudi Arabia, but can't get Out of
the planes. The State Department
has told the Air Force privately
that nothing can be done about it.
BWNAON'S BOOK
Secretary of Agriculture Benson
has become the darling of the ex extreme
treme extreme right Wing, which is
promoting his book, "Farmers
At The Crossroads," It every
crossroads in the country.
The book was published by Sen Senator
ator Senator McCarthy's publishers, De De-vlnadair,
vlnadair, De-vlnadair, and ghost-written by
Carlisle Bargeron, astute and
popular lobbyist against the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower sponsored St. Lawrence
Seaway.
Promoting the book is the tax tax-exempt
exempt tax-exempt Constitution and Free
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How many defensive tricks
hould you expect from a partner
who has opened with a shutout
bid of three in a suit? None at all,
assuming that your partner uses
modern bidding methods.
The opening bid of three in a
suit shows a long but far from
colid suit in an otherwise worth worthless
less worthless hand. East's hand, shown to today,
day, today, is stronger than average for
an opening bid of three. He con contributor!
tributor! contributor! nnthinir tn the defense.

but he had promised nothing. (A
stronger hand is needed when
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at th second trick. South took

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monds diamonds to lead another club
through West's jack.
West ruffed the fifth club, but
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monds. diamonds. West could get only one
spade and two trump tricks.
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POLICE PAY
LYNN, Mass. (UP) A re reserve
serve reserve police officer swapped his
badge for an industrial job six
hours before he was scheduled to
begin his first lour of duty as a
regular patrolman. Bertram
Michaud said he didn't see "how
anyone can get along on a police policeman's
man's policeman's pay." His industrial job, he
said, pays twice as well.

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THE MAIL BOX

DIM VIEW OF
Sir
mw. i. miu i.n in the

FoUce department at Ft Clayton. I had the unfortunate i pieasj
nrt of idvlnx a friend a ride to her house mere. Upon leaving
ft qJ$P tnemaln gate t I'X

Ughte rer on dim, is tney naa ceeii ir. member signed up. Others de-
TmSMP Was ori I pWafc, but he tJJ-J eJJ?J mand eharaeter tests for Uhi-rtof-aut
as a sergeant would a new recruit. This proviaea mucn uicittfi aml a itatement ol tncir

laughter for his MP companion also suwnw uc
mn went so far aa to ask mt to tack the caa up and read
the slun which said "Dim your lights.
Surely tfitee Military Pulictmta art taught some kind of
.J:,,V smeiv all auests are ndt treated this way. Anyone
wTKowE rule if trStrt to a B respe-tabl manner
We will do out best not to visit Ft. Clayton again, even for

the sake ef helping a mena wno
POINTS OF

Mv amateur stifv 6f 166A1 political opinion showed ug
AjMTofWS&ity among Panamanians and Unl.ett
VXTfiXr personally and they both

wntto get him out win.
like
other Latinos

k trTdue-Stidtt 6f MT. Dulles ahd Whether he is rftaklrig
adeauate Secretary ol State, there is even more agreement,
adequate bwij ui ov ponmanlans sav

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knfXtrcohcerri ed
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II Western
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inhabitants
1 Seeder
iO Hindu oueen
6 Exaggerate
7 Through
fl Persia
10 Source of beef
11 Essential
being
17 Turkish
decrees
11 Approaches
ll Ltal matter I tS SPhitr
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official
sufflxfs
24 Girl's name
B6 Brav
17 Cured meat
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25 Pedal digits
It cemeass point
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4t Small islands
in rivers
tlBVery one
43 Asterisks
48 Analysing
grammatically
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AGREEMENT

Mmi1 AfclMnulv ....
abou them and" the American
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26 Ff-ench tap
42 One of Noah's
27 Mercenaries
sons (Bl.)
43 Printing
equipment
44 Bewildered
28 Operatic solo
it Repair
31 Shade of red
33 Vends
48 Skin disorder
47 Ark builder
38 Reach for
40 Russian union 48 "The Old
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And
(.ommeiit

By VICTOR Rltltfc
iNiiw ukl&aims ay tne time
you ron mrauin wuue ma me
blare and glare of the old French
Quarter here, you realize that for
a slight sum you can buy a li license
cense license easily for almost anything
except running a union
That's expensive. In one South
er city one union found to buy
Souid cost it $37,500 just to buy
tenses and pay feet for the right
to put just one organizer into the
community.
In literally hundreds of South
ern communities, trie city fathers
have taken a dim view of union
ism and consider it slightly more
Immoral than French postcards.
Local ordinances have beed
passed requiting payments of bp
to $2,000 per license per union of official.'
ficial.' official.' Some cltie.j charge al much
as $500. a head for each union
view! on segregation.
Union leaders, understandably
resentful of being treated like fish
and wildlife, are fighting back in
the courts here Mid in Washing
ton.
Some of these cases are In the
U.S. Supreme Court which, I'm
informed by Morris GlUsheln, gen
era i- counsel for the International
Ladles Garment Workers Union,
Will orobabiv make its final deci
sion soflie time next May. If the
H eh Court decides that these n
censlftg-of-union official ordinances
are constitutional, tne labor move
ment con d be set batfk 50 years.
It Woiltd go bankrupt at such li
cense rates.
There are such ordinances In
nttrby Mississippi, Alabama,
Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, South
Carolina and Vlrelnia. Moat Of
them read allke-bnt one of the
most startling is that of Dublin,
Ga. This town's ordinance requires
that union organizers ind other
representatives be licensed by the
city. Each license costs 2,soo. nut
applicants must prove they've
lived in Dublin five years and
swear that they art opposed to
integration.
The must famous licensing case
still mvots on the neoole of Bat
lev Ga. There the citv charaes
12,000 per organizer ahd 1500 per
union member enrolled, runner
mdre, says the statute:
Kai 4- In haxalnp. unon lUdh
application, the mayor and the
council shall .consider the charac
ter of tht applicant, the nature of
the business of the organization
for which members are desired to
bo 'solicited and its effect upon
the general welfare of the cltuens
:
The Ladies Garment Workers
violated the ordinance. The cite
is now before the U.S. Supreme
Court. Another union. Jim Carey's
International Union of Electrical
Workers, moved in dd another
such city law In Carrdlton, Gi.
In that ouiet community, the coun
cil decided that iy Organizer am
bitious enough to try ind unionize
the proletariat there Would first
have to pay u.ooo mr a license
arid iioo fliitv for the duration.
Thl, the union estimated, would
cost them 937,300 yeany in tees
alone for just one-man statt.
This law has just been fought in
the court of Appeals here. It was
set aside but. not declared uncon
stitutional. The U.S. Supreme
r'niift win have tn decide that.
Down in Madison, Fla., the city
father! were more charitabl ind
kept tnt union licensing more in
keeping With hunting and fishing
permits. There the union license
cost 1300 and members are air
mltted to sign up for $2 apiece.
The Court of Appeals ruled it m
valid, but it may go to the Su
preme Court, too.
In Marianne. Fla., the city coun
cil met shortly after union organi
zers moved in to sign uo workers
at the Graham Air Base which
trains U.S. Air Force Pilots. Li
cense fee for organisers: $750.
In CharloUe County. Va, organi
zers of the Textile Workers, of
America were arrested when they
defied the law requiring a "solid
tat ion permit." To get one of these
documents, the union men were
required to supply political ana
financial Information aDout mem
selves and their union. The union
foueht the statute and beat it
when local authorities back
pedaled from a test case.
Rut all the others are being en
forced thesi days despite the fra
ternization of Democratic party
leaders and labor chiefs. There's
no uproar now. because the politl-
. f 1- .1 Ul 1 tU- lb
cai campaign is husuiuuib me m
terest of labor people as intense
ly as Don Larsen's ."perfet
game" absorbed his relatives ami
friends.
But right after the campaign the
fighting will break out. Already
some 6f libof's top lawyiri hivi
met. They gathered te AflciO
ittorney Al Woll's office in Wash
ington last Week to discuss stfi stfi-tegyi
tegyi stfi-tegyi This' ClvR waf will make
history.

A r...MioiiX
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WHO SAID RADIO HAD NO

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It seems to me that the time
has come for the average hospital
to shane un and remodel itself
from the old bedlam complexes
that still afflict all but a few of
the healing emporia. I have not
been in a great many as a pa patient,
tient, patient, but ail the ones 1 ever paid
tuition to seemed to regard me as
a criminal.
Last year in England I hid an
accident ind found myself in a
charity hospital When I came to.
There was no appreciable differ difference
ence difference between the alms-house hos
pital and the big deluxer in Amer America,
ica, America, where they charge caviar
prices for the inevitable rice pud pudding.
ding. pudding. There was one difference
the nurses wire politer in the
alms-house.
My first beef against most hos
pitaU that I know of is the inef
fieienev of manacement which al
ways keeps them seemingly in th
red. A private room (oener c
t "cell") costs almost a
a a suite in a Aratjclas
Tne cost of tour chow 11 i
in the shake. Figuring foti M
quarter of the police, you could
eit extensively m an exclusive
restaurant for-less.
It is not known who are select
ed tt run the so called "diet kitch
ens," but thiy must be an offshoot

WalterWinchelllnNewYorx

"Around the World in 80 Days"
stars the great Mcxlcidtinflas. He
is The New Chaplin. A giant who
towers over C.C . Beciuse he
is not i mere pantomimic but
out-talents Mr. Chaplin with his
imazing versatility ... The new
epic is i cavalcade of nearly ail
the Hollywood Greats in i great,
reat show . Sudden thawt!
lut Whit does the versatile Can-
tinflas (of "80 Days") do for an
encore??? . There are so many
big names in it, they ought to call
the hew hit, "Around The World
in 80 Stars" . Bob Hope starts
his 23rd consecutive season on
the .air with a TV Show Sabbath
night. (Hippy Hopening Night) .
Sammy Davis, Jr. has been en entertaining
tertaining entertaining (With his father and
uncle) idr 28 yelfS. Mf. Wbrtder Wbrtder-ful
ful Wbrtder-ful was" a show biz wonder when
he was 4 . Where wore the
censors dbrihi NBC's "The Let
ter" when Siobhan McKenna, the
lead, when questioned about a
murdered man explained: "He
tried to ripe me" . Don't miss
Betty Rellly's new let it the Reu
ben Bleu ... You cad't please
everybody but Ike is coming
pretty close.
A colyumist who took I rip at
LiSa Kirk's new big-time att hevet
even saw it! The Big Vance care carelessly
lessly carelessly told Intimates last night:
"She doesn't need me anyhow.
She has Winchcll and I hate him"
. . Then give me back my three
dots you (deleted by the Editor!)
. . This punk, who never saw
the act, panned it nut ine rer
,ian Room at the Plaza and the
Empire Room at the Waldorf play
it. Aid she mav break all swank
hotel records by nCkl appearing
in the Cotillion Robm at the
Pierre, after the Waldorf date .
Dick Rattisi's wit: "Regardless
of Who becomes pfesident it
WOn't help the toupe business"
. . The Desperate Democrats
have reached a new nadir, mean
ing as iow is yob Can get. They
have started the rUmpr that Ike
has cancer Which he has not! Or
anything like it' My source is can cancer
cer cancer authorities.
NCver give Up: Barbara Stan Stanwyck
wyck Stanwyck made 1 screen tests and
nothing happened. After the 10th
She won a contract . Spin Ethel
Merman's album, "A Musical Au-
ftobiography." Records every rous-
wg vibration from "l Got
Ryhthm" to "I Get a KiCk Out Of
u" ... The hero of the "Geor "Geor-it"
it" "Geor-it" movi is, of all things, a

Bedlam Complexes

BOB RUARK
of the Borgia family, complicated
by tapioca fixations and imbued
with a hatred of people who eit
for fun.
Hospitals are not tSxed on their
earnings. They pay coolie wages
to the noor student nurses who
flunky about the more noxious
tasks. They work their internes
into nervoUs breakdowns for lesi
money than they pay tne imateur
chemist in the kitchen. They get
separate fees for lib work, oper operating
ating operating rooms, X-rays, special med medications,
ications, medications, and the like.
Schedules la most hospitals ate
designed to fit the convenience of
the staff. If you are there for a
rist, you are awakened every
hour on the hour, because the
shifts change and it is important
for Miss Leech to drain another
Ml it 1 I J Jl j I
gin 01 Diooa so mat sne can rusn
tor a tour on a motorcycle
a noy mend.
rsonnel thn
the rdom that you might just al
well be living in the lobby.
The attitude of the house staff
is not one of deference toward a
sick person who needs tender, lov
lrig oare. You are merely that
hammer-thrower ... The Nielsen
TV-Rating surveyors have only
two meters in Omaha! Does that
mean if the two homes forget te
turn on their TV sets "nobody"
in Omaha viewed "I Love Lucy"
that night . Hmf . Nielsen
once had only one meter In Port Portland,
land, Portland, Oregon!
Bookays and Bouquets: From
Cue's T-Views: "We Cad't remem remember
ber remember when we've seed as shabby
a premier as the Walter Winched
Show. Most of it was a horrible
example" . From Long Island
uau tress: "it ne would loosen
up ind speak haturally, there
might not be such a synthetic
quality and such jarring overtones
in the show" . From Dwight
Newton's scolding in the San
Francisco Examiner (a Hearst
newspaper): "But all I remember
Was a scene between art actor and
actress whose names I didn't
catch" From Variety's pre
miere notice: "The big flash Is
that he got himself a not format
te brighten up NBC's heretofore
I lackluster Friday program
ming. tne new rv season began
to take on a live excitement ahd
Show Biz aura that had been so
sorely missing thus far. He gener
ates excitement under Alan Hand
ley's skillful director producer
wand. The new entry gives every
evidence of Occupying a maj r
niche ... The assorted compo
nents were tied together in an cf
fective and tasteful production by
Handley . WW's back te Show
Biz with a snazzy format with TV
as the beneficiary. Looks like co co-sponsors
sponsors co-sponsors Old Goid and Toni have
got themselves a hit."
Reminder to Ingrates: When you
ate on top save your money. You'll
need it when you ve spent your
friends. Overheard at Sherry's
iMMO. "A oore is one who never
runs out of conversation just
listeners. Sanitation Debt, slogan
ior tne cops: "Keep our streets
clean of iuvenile ierx". The Tnreh
is when Shi acts like it never hap
pened ano iou act like it never
ended . The N.Y. Times film
critics antiseptic description of
prostitution: "A social embarrass
ment."
the worst notice fling Crosby
ever received was the letter hi
wrote to a London paper: "I just
oon't sing as wen as 1 used to.
The feel for i sOng isn't there.
the desire te sing, to be in action

with

...

",ul 'MSSIp 1.-weatior ieeauuuai note

Uiotet,raw, anrTflfflrentrrives prompt- woul

deluded ilV t 5:30. There, is Such a steadvlm

a procession of Personnel through I

FUTURE?

bum in Room in who is making
a bloody ntistnce of himself by
being there. And if you hivi the
glass Of water, and ring for it,
who the hell do you think you ire,
Aly Khan.'
Before they trundle you into in
operating room, you have to sign
a statement absolving the hoSpitil
and Its management Of legal re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. The Arrowsmiths can
goof, like thee ahd me, and to
can Hospital personnel.
It was lust the other day that
a girl in New York, hit by a car,
wis discharged is unhurt by ode
hoSpitil and found to have a frac fractured
tured fractured pelvis, edhcussion of the
brain,, and assorted internal
scramblings by another.
You would not tolerate the gen general
eral general rudeness, domination and
frightful overcharges (unless you
have a Blue. Cross scheme or
something comparable) front any
l at comparable fees. You
d not bi subjected (0 the ria-
arole of entrance formalities, ni
ne brutal approach to your finan
cial solvency, even if you happen
to be having a baby or are in
imminent danger of dying.
I think it's time we retrieved
the healing houses from the 18th
Century, and of this more anon.
-and when this is absent, so Is
the style" . G'wan! Class and
talent never ie out if stvie. dome
on the -NBC WW-TV and prove
in . iook mag quotes Fran Fran-coise
coise Fran-coise Sagan, France's 21-year-old
rtovtnst queen: "In Plrli, whin
a girl does not know love tv the
time she is 20, it means One of
three things-she is not pretty, she
has led a sheltered life or She is
a Commun st."
0
Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's
Journey Into Night" (starring
Fredrlc March and Florence Eld Eld-ridge)
ridge) Eld-ridge) received i bonfire Welcome
irom Boston's Big Brass. Ironic
ally, almost every O'Neill play
was once banned there .
Novelty dept't: "Song of the Spar
row- is on 0010 smes of one rec
erd. Different arrangements .
A dog's life isn't so bad. A movie
star recently paid $2000 for
boodle. (Hot-doggety!) ... Altx Altx-ifidre
ifidre Altx-ifidre DUmas' blog, "King of
Fans," includes his self-portrait
of a ham: "I'm a windbag filled
With the gas of vanity. But what
a glorious ballobft I make .
Joseph R. Vogil just named Pres President
ident President of LoiWS inc. LeoDold Fried-
man succeeds him as President of
uiews meatres.
Susan Silo's aiic, "Dear Diary,"
will be going around in happy cir circles.
cles. circles. Silo is 14 . WOR-TV's
revival of "Champion" (starring
Kirk Douglas) reminds you that a
fine fifm always merits encores
. . Paillette Goddard carries her
jewelry around in cigar boxis.
ibis is cbi-cni . Nobody's per
feet, folks, Doris Day's big fear:
She's afraid to answer phones. ...
There is no peace: Gleason has
accused Caesar of swiping In
idea. Ol course, all comics should
be paying royalties to Joe Miller
. . No biz lke it: Perry Cortio
went through 2 long years Without
a elick platter . r'Fanny" gets
fatter: Netted $800,000 . Some
thing unusually worthwhile is Fred
As t aii-e's album. A dozen sound
track melodies from his hit flick
ers . Jane Russell's confession:
"My husband add I hiVe some
healthy fights." That recalls John
Barry more's C lis sic: "Brides
aren't hippy. Just triumphant!"
. . rne nroaoway news of
week in a nutshell: Dead D
Bites Dead Man . Geo. Cone
the Cleveland interviewer, has
sensayuma: "I'm a TV colyumiat,
Mr. Winchell," he sighed, "but 1

used to be newspaperman."

Merry

WASHINGTON Lurking men
adatly on the sidelines of the na
t ion's present prosperity is an
alarming statistic, namely the
fact that new housing "starts"
during the month ofSeptember
were tne lowest since January,
llfit.
Fortunately for the Reoublican
presidential campaign, the effects
of declining construction "starts"
won't be felt till next spring.
Then, however, there is stire to
be serious unemployment in the
building trades, also in related
manufacturing industries such as
plumbing and hardware.
Cause of the backslide la con construction
struction construction iS tight money, brought
about by th Federal Reserve's
action to curb rising prices by
hiking interest rates on loans to
banks. Such interference with the
natural Operation of the economy
used to be condemned bv Repub
licans as. "Keynesian economics."
Aba it's still being criticized by
Secretary of the Treasury George
Humphrey and Secretary of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Sinclair Weeks as an "un "unfortunate
fortunate "unfortunate tightening of the
economy." However, practicauy
all the governors of the Federal
Reserve agreed on the step, after
consulting reserve banks all ever
the nation, 'as a means' of baiting
inflation.
At any rite, tne immediate ef effect
fect effect of tha higher Federal
Reserve rediscount rate is that
banks cut down-on their borrow borrowing
ing borrowing from the reserve, hence have
fewer funds to lend to local cus-
tvmviD. nuimvi Of vaymnuj m uic
West, ntw must turn to Eastern
insurance companies for money
to finance new heme -and apart-
met construction. I addition to
the normal interest rate, the in
surance eomnanies charee as
much at 10 per eent extra in
"service charges." As a result,
many builders find it more ad advantageous
vantageous advantageous te cancel new
construction "starts'
The National Association Of
Home Builders had warned even

before the hike In interest rates he election. Though its against
last spring that construction ie law .to use tax-exempt fimd
"starts" might fall off, hendef?r political purposes, the founda founda-urged
urged founda-urged Congress to make more,4' pleads:
fT.rl.pal niAn.v atrailaKlo far mnri.'

. w. ."
gages,
NOTE A depression id the
construction industry could have
dire consequences. The housing
boom has been one of the Chief
props of the nation's recent pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. Housing generates $16,000 $16,000-000.000
000.000 $16,000-000.000 of the national income, ii
responsmie ior me employment 01
1,000,000 persons in the buildidg
trades and 500,000 persons in al allied
lied allied industries.
: TPfi' ifc: i .
SHOOTINO" THI tRIOIINT
Cherubic, goateeo At Wagg. the
famous photographer, wis once
picked up for plidning to "assas "assassinate"
sinate" "assassinate" the First Family, it hap
pened While he wis on a
photographic assignement at the
White House.
He telephoned bis assignment
and loudly discussed the day's
plan namely that he would
' it. ..-a Bm. aakutk.l
would "shoot" Mamie.
OU1AII ARC IUU VIDtn.
The telenhbne haoriened to be
near a ladies' powder room where
a patriotic Daughter of the Amer
ican Revolution overheard tile
conversation. In great alarm, she
telephoned the FBI ind reported
that someone was going to shoot
tne president and Mamie. ?
The FBI passed on the tip to
the secret service, Which pro protects
tects protects the President. Within an
hour, Wagg was visited by grim
Secret Service agents. He hastily
explained that photographer;
dftin "shoot" folks, even presi
dents, with a camera.
CAPITAL NIWS CAPSULES
Phony Photograph The Sen
ate Election Subcommittee has
pinned the blame for another doc doctored
tored doctored photograph on Republican
National campaign Director Rob Robert
ert Robert Humphreys. Senate
investigators claim that Humph
reys planted a cropped picture te
the Boston Herald, shewing
Maine's Governor Muskie posing
with a CIO 'organizer. The picture,
hefore it wps doctored, actually
ShoWed Muskie With both union
and manigement representatives
The Republicans circulated the
It.
GRACE

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doctored photograph during tht
campaign in ad attempt to provo
that Muskie was dominated by tb
CIO. He wot.
Communist Infiltration G
Men ate closely wattling a new
move by American Communists
to infiltrate both the Democratic
and Republican parties. The Com Communists
munists Communists are also azain attemntin
to infiltrate the labor movement.
Several Red leaders are drifting
from Communist-controlled unions
into the AFL-CIO, and labor boat
George Meany has assigned bit
own full-time investigators to
watch every move of the so-called
reformed Reds.
Americans In Arabia King
Saud is so strict against .allowing
Jews to enter Saudi Arabia that
he won't even let Jewish-American
airmen out of their planes at
American oases. Jewish-Ameri
cans can land at US airbase ia
Saudi Arabia, but can't get out of
the planes. The State Department
has told the Air Force privately
that nothing can be done about it.
BWNAON'S BOOK
Secretary of Agriculture Benson
has become the darling of the ex
treme right wing, which la
romoting his Book, "Farmers
t Tht Crossroads," It every
crossroads in the country.
The book was published by Sen Senator
ator Senator McCarthy's publishers, De De-vinadair,
vinadair, De-vinadair, ind ghost-written by
Carlisle Bargeron, astute ind
Popular lobbyist against the Eisenhower-sponsored
St. Lawrence
Seaway.
Promoting the book ii the tax tax-exempt
exempt tax-exempt Constitution and Free
Enterprise Foundation, which is
affiliated with the right-wing com committee
mittee committee for Constitutional Govern Government.
ment. Government. Tiie men behind the
foundation are not farmers but
big industrialists chiefly interest interested
ed interested in reducing their taxes.
The foundation has appealed to
Its Wealthy supporters for $25,000
to distribute Benson's nooa oeior
..... .r 11..
IUU,UUU or uu,uuu cucn ui uiw
book can be printed and ready
for distribution in the first days
of October. But this plan must be
financed with 125,000 cash te hand
. . Deductible contributions can
h mnrip tnward this $25,000 fund.
This financing is required almost
instantly so that cash win be in
hahd to start work on this rush
job. Every day lost will be a se serious
rious serious handicap . Mass distribu distribution
tion distribution of 100,000 or 800.000 copies in
the period immediately ahead
may make this possiniy me mosi
important and Influential docu document
ment document of the year."
The great rush, obviously, is to
get the book out before the elec
tidh. ThUS tbi tax-exempt contn."
buttons afe beiad used for
political purposes. Tne foundation
MiMi It Intends to distribute
the book "during the first dtys of
October ... To leadership groups,
such is 38,000 farm leiflers,
1,800 editors of daily newspapers,
(Continued OB Page 4)
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THE PANAMA AM1KICAN AM IKDKTOTOEWT DAILY msWSPAPn
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WATCH REPAIR
QUICK HELP FOR
ASTHMA MUCUS
Aathaaa and Broarbitti attacks are
poitonona to Tear body, undarmino
four atronsth, rata your With, and
woakoa your kutL Mandaao quickly
tru to work throoh tin Mood to
awareaaaa Aathrn and BronehltJa at- -tacks.
Hobo dlaaolvo atnacUBC mu-
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WHtttn Mr Nf A Serviet
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rMandaao'a action la quick avan la
rary old and atubborn eaaaa. Oo Oo-Mondaco
Mondaco Oo-Mondaco from any drucatora today.
and aoo how much bottar yoa alaoo and
broatha tonight, how much Improvad
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
roa foal tomorrow, Manaaao ngvts
awoacoiaa ana tnj rarer.
THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

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Put 3 4 Pan Piss
Double Pais 4 V Double

Past Pus Pass

Opening lead A A

How many defensive tricks
ahnnlrf vnn pvnert from a Dartner

who has opened with a shutout

bid of three in a sun? none ai an,
assuming that your partner uses
modern bidding methods.
The opening bid of three in a
suit shows a long but far from
niiH nit in an otherwise worth

less hand. East's hand, shown to

day, is stronger than average ior
an opening bid of three. He con contributed
tributed contributed nothing to the defense,
but he had promised nothing. (A
stronger hand is needed when
the opponets are invulnerable.)
West opened the ace of spades
and shifted to the queea of hearts
at the second trick. South took
the king of hearts, ruffed a spade
in dummy, got back to his hand
with the ace of hearts, and began
on the clubs.
The proper management of the
clubs was s 1 m p 1 e since East's
announced length in spades
warned declarer to expect short shortness
ness shortness in the. other suits. South
began with the king of clubs and
followed with the ten to dummy's
queen. East's spade discard made
the situation clear: South got back
to his hand with the king of dia diamonds
monds diamonds to lead another club
through West's jack.
West ruffed the fifth club, but
by that time South had already
discarded his two losing dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. West could get only one
spade and two trump tricks.
Diablo Camera Club
Can Take 10 More
On Colombia Trip
Ten people can still he accom accommodated
modated accommodated by the Diablo Camera
Club on its excursion to Colombia
4k. .n1nJ nl Nnu 10 ill 12

The USO-JWB Armed Forces

Service Center, in cooperation
with the Diablo Camera Club, can
make reservation for men or civi civilians
lians civilians interested in taking the non nonprofit
profit nonprofit airplane trip to the neigh neighboring
boring neighboring South American country o o-ver
ver o-ver the Veran's Day weekend.
A chartered plane will leave
Tocumen airport the morning of
Nov. 10 and land in Pereira, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, a trip of two and a half
hours. Following an excursion of
the town, photobuggers will por por-ceed
ceed por-ceed to Blanizales where they will
spend the night. The following day
they will ascend the ski-slope of

Mt. Ruiz for fotos, tun, tronc, dui
no forstbite. The third day will be
utilized in visiting the hlghspnts
and lowdots of Manizalcs; if time
permits, a side trip to a nearby
Village, called the "City of Flow Flowers."
ers." Flowers." will be taken.
The all-inclusive trip of the lo local
cal local camera eliib is priced at a
non-profit $96. Ten people will be
accepted on a first-come first
. serve basis.
For information or reservation,
dial the USO .IWB, Ralhoa 1072.
Reservations close on M,o n d a y,
Oct. 29
POLICE PAY
LYNN, Mass. (UP) A re reserve
serve reserve police officer swapped his
badge for an industrial job six
hours before he was scheduled to
begin his first tour of duty as a
regular patrolman. Bertram
Michaud said he didn't see "how
anyone can get along on a police policeman's
man's policeman's pay." His industrial job, he
said, pays twice as well.

FREDERIC MARCH

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Plays the role of Philip,
King of Macedonia, Alexan Alexander's
der's Alexander's father, who trained the
army that his son later led to
world conquest. "ALEXANDER
THE GREAT," produced, di directed
rected directed and written by Robert
Rossen, opens NOVEMBER
i.i -i ih. rCNTDil. thru

IfTJnlted Artists release. TW

picture was filmed in ispain
In Cinemascope and Technicolor.

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hospital jn a pony cart after recovering from her latest highway mithap. The "coachman" is
her husband, Rochester Mowrey. Auto-shy Mrs. Mowrey says that When she was a girl "we
used horses and buggies and there weren't all these frightful accident!."

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JNUtY EVANS WILL BE FETED WITH FAREWELL PARTY
TO BE HELD AT HOTEL TIYOM NEXT SATURDAY
Popular fonfen Jerry Evan lu M Mm at a
gala retirement party to be held at the Hotel TivoU Satur
da, Oai. 27,
Evans Is retiring after 91 yean of servtee wkh the
Ch!ltiaVhtoparly mav he obtained from anv (ommii (ommii-sarv
sarv (ommii-sarv OMBAier or reservations may Im phoned to Mr. Shay

Sartor; and treasurer, Mrs. J. H.
Par. Mrs. Johnson thee epre
ed aer appreciation to all the
members of her executive hoard
for their work and cooperation
during the past six months, and
presented silver souvenir spoons of
Panama to the out-going officers.
Mrs. T. F. Hyan, program ehair-

The National Christian Life Sun Sunday
day Sunday School Contest vesterdav com-

i elated tke (feet two wek of a

six week contest to increase Sun Sunday
day Sunday School attendance in Protes Protestant
tant Protestant churches across America and
other countries around the world.
The Curundu Protestant Church
catered the contest and are hard
at work to reach the unchurched
people of Curundu and surround surrounding
ing surrounding communities.
Yesterday, saw an increase of
11.9 per cent in attendance from

tne nrst Sunday ot the contest

Branch Ambsstader
ves Puwer Party
r Faraian Minister

The French Ambassador and

Mrs. Lionel Vasse have issued un

to a dinner party io oe

at the Embassy residence to

morrow sight U honor oi me sini

ster of Foreign Relations and

rsv Aquilino Boyd.

UWC Plan Card Party
To Benefit Orphan

One of, the iapoftant social e e-stents
stents e-stents of tie eurveat season will he

the benefit card party and tea. to
je given by the Inter American
Women's. Club, Nov. 6. at the A-
Sador Officers' Open Mess, to aid
e Bella Vista Children's Home.
Mrs. Elmer G. Abbot, chair
spun of the committee in charge of
arranianipnu, tins announced that
a highlight oi the program of en en-tfrtaiament,
tfrtaiament, en-tfrtaiament, to be presented ft ft-ir
ir ft-ir tea is served, will be a group of
fiutiful Spanish dances by stu students
dents students of Mrs. Blanre Korsi de R' R'-poll
poll R'-poll at the National School of
Ranee The dances will include
umbers from different regions in

w in i --

Spain,

. 1 v- a ul u u iiua 1 Ul .u,

man, mtrqduced. we speaker tor.Mrtf Philio Steer's class of sith

grade girls won the attendance

the day, Mrs. William Seymour of

Fori Clayton, wee gave a moat-en-
liehkfnin unit amusing rrviaw nf

particularly Anoaiuoa aaviLillj Dancne s. hook "Glamour

Aragon. -J Giests and newcomers to the
The benefit wUl start at o'clock club; were greeted by Mrs. Violet
with a card party. Ladies are asK- Mahone. welcoming chairman
ed to bring their own cards, score; Guests included Mrs. Alice Harri-

pads and pencils. Tea win pe serv- son,. Mrs. Helen Harrison's moth moth-u
u moth-u at 4 p.m. and the entertain- er-in -law. Mrs. Edith Johnson -who

Heed lots of pep?

iDripJc

The Juices of S different, tordesy
fresh vegetable are blended into
this famou drink. You'll love it

vely flavor, and thrive on iti vita-

tin-packed good-

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meals
you the

teftftbmtnt you

, and the pour-

you need-

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son its vk
I

ment will start at 4 90 p m. Ladies

ill charge of the entertainment
program are Mrs. Cleveland Soper
and Mrs. Budd L. Haberstiek.

Door Brutes wui oe preswee
during the afternoon and Mr.
Benjamin Chen, co-chairman, has
announced that some particularly
lovely prises are in start for the
winners,
Ticket for the benefit may be
obtained from 1AWC headquarters
in the Tivli Guest House, Ancoo,
or from Committee members.
Mrs. Otto' G. Hgusmann is in
charge of ticket sales in Panama
City, Mrs. Forrest 0. Dunsmoer
in the gang) Zone, Mrs. A. l
Roessler for the N a n y, and Mrs.
Richard V- Lovelace for the Ar Army
my Army and Air Foroe. Tickets -may

also be purchased at the door.
...i. id .
Dr And Mrs. Strumpf
Give Cocktail Party

Dr. and Mrs. I.J. Strumpf ep ep-tertained
tertained ep-tertained a group of their friends
at a cocktail party at their home,

Friday night.
Mrs, Jean Karch
Will Esrtsfftain
C.Z. Art Leefve
Mrs. Jean Karch will entertain
members of the Canal Zone Art
Leasue with a buffet supper party

at her home in Las Cumbres, nejit

Sunday.
The regular monthly meeting
will follow and plans for the An Annual
nual Annual Community Art Show will be
discussed.
Mrs. Karch will give a talk an
the two months art-study tour she
made this summer.
Members planning to attend this
meeting are asked to phone to today
day today or tomorrow. Members who
will take reservations are Mrs.
Johj Greening 6-598, Mrs. 0. C.
Myew B tea 9989 or Mrs. L. H.
Stroup Balboa 19M.

banner

crease

grade class.

Mrs. C E..

300

a phenomenal ta taper
per taper cent. Second

be teaching of

en had a perfect

attendance in her class.

accompanied Mrs. Dorothea Rodk
man, and Mrs. Helen Mangles,
Mrs. Myrtle Manpel s mother in

law. Newcomers to the clyd .were,

me mesuames uixie hjh. tj e i e n
Durham,. MIi Proback. Viola

Bonner, and Ethel Eissenberg.
(cqntinijhdTon PAGE 5)

MEETINGS

tick Mice w mcluiiaii in skis
column skcjiM ee HikmsHaa io

typa-writtan form end mailed an
of fhoX number, listed djt.ly
"Social and OttmrwiM." ta deliver,
ad e hiad to tke oHisc. NoNcej of
mccwaas eanaet be aeseaeod by
telaphon.
La decs Civic Council
To Nomirujta Candidate
Candidates for ofke in the La
Boca Civic Coupeil for the 197
term will be nominated tonight
at a regular meeting of the La
Boca Civic Council.
The meeting will begin at
7:30 p.m. in the study hall of
the La Beca High School.
Consumers Co-Op
Club To Hear Two
Speakers Tonight
Wilfred G. Pujdy of the U. S. Op Op-perations
perations Op-perations Mission to Panama, and
Adolfo Arrocha of the Panama In Institute
stitute Institute of Economic Develooment
Will be speakers at the Consum

er1 Cooperative Club meeting to
be held in the conference room of
the Pacific Service Center at :30
tonight.
AUmmbetbebMe4
reetors, member of the various

sway groups, and mends of the
cooperative movement are invited
to attend the meeting.
Requirements for obtaining the
organization's ettarter will be
lengthily discussed at this meeting.

PAINTING 9IA90N
SCHENECTADY. N.Y. (UP)

next Cri,sned RC-Ch or apricot seeds

ii r aani uein uge i a m
turbutcs at the General Electric
Company. The seeds are mixed
with aluminum oxide and the so sortition
rtition sortition is used to remove rust and

! oxidized metal from turbine ro-

president. Mrs.!0": rne ITT'T gs
vice president. to "usbed seeds and acts as

Fa si wood; recordin a oiaiyi, wnne ine seeas serve

wv wi t "nw W 1 1 a IrACM tinea 4 not rfniiin

Mrs. A. D.

Miss Uena Scars
Here For Visit

MUm JWoaa. Sears u.bjcu4M

Now York to spepd a vacation

with her mother, Mrs. Llona hears
of: Bella Vista.

Naval Officers' Wives' Club
Elect Now Officer
The Navsl Officers' W 1 v e
Club held its regular meeting on
virtu 'torn. ic-
ers Club. Since it was election
day for the club, members were

greeted with ballots on which they

marked their choice for the

sinx-month term of office.
After a delightful luncheon,
which was planned by Mrs. George
Carroll, Mrs. J. B. Johnson, pres president
ident president for the last six months, pre presented
sented presented orchids to the newly a-

lected officers:
Geerga Carroll

Mrs. J. A.

secretary. Mrs

responding secretary,

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At the- close of the Sunday

School; hour an elaborate Bible

was put -on display on the prize
for lh person bringing back the

secret Bible verse which they

picked up after a large balloon

was buset-.-A large inflated balloon

50 feetin the air carried all of the.

Bible verses m it until it was
burst and they came floating down
op the church lawn. Painted in
large letters on the balloon were

the words, "Reach high, attend
Sundav School

Next Sunday is every parent
Sunday in the Sunday School con contest.
test. contest. The goal for this Sunday is
to bring every parent into Sunday
School next Sunday. A goal of 200
people bas been set for Every
Parent Sunday. Each parent is
urged to attend with their children
to the Curundu Protestant Church
at 9:30, Parent Day.
The grand prize of the contest is
a 48 passenger Sunday School
bus vslued at more than $5,000.
The runner-up prize is a 30 day
expense paid trip to the Holy Land
for the pastor or some member of
the church. There are other priz

es such as mimeograph machines

filing cabinets, projectors, reli religious
gious religious iilm library, set of religious

commentaries, choir ropes

desks, tables, chairs, and many
helpful items for Sunday School

work.

The contest is scored on three

categories. They are: W per cent
for increase in attendance from
Oct. 14 to Nov. 18 as compared

with the same attendance one year

aeo. 30 per cent for publicity used

dunna the contest weeks, and 20

per cent on actual visits made in

behalf of the Sunday School con

test. Winners of the contest will

tie announced in March of 1957
after the judges have announced

their decision.

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Klssimee. Pla., where 200 fam

hornet after a tropical storm. A

on central Florida. Tiie s

, flood- four towns and cau

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were forced to flee their

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"A CRY IN THE NIGHT" brings to the screen an up.
to-the-minute story of a young girl who thought she knew
all the answers, and becomes the victim of a night of ter
ror. Miss Wood adds another exciting performance to her
rapidly expanding list of films which includes leading roles
in "Rebel Without A Cause," "The Searchers," and "The
Burning Hills" opposite Tab Hunter. The former child ac actress
tress actress has grown to be one of the popular favorities of screen screen-fans.
fans. screen-fans. See "A CRY IN THE NIC,HT,,! starring Edmond O' O'Brien,
Brien, O'Brien, Brian Donlevy and Natalie Weed, which OPENS ON
THURSDAY 25 AT THE LUX.

NEW OFFICERS OF NAVAL WIVES Newly elected officers of Naval' Off icera' Wive' -CLul
will take office in November. Mrs. J. E. John son, outgoing president, hands the gavel to
Mrs. George Carroll, new president. Officera arc (left to right, front row), Mrs. H. H. SpCfc
er, outgoing corresponding secretary, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Clarence L. C; Atkeson, honorary
president, Mrs. Carroll, and Mrs. R. G; Gunn, new. recording secretary. .In the back row (left
to right) are Mrs. H. J. Hoops, Jr., Mrs. C. H. Hoke, and Mrs; E. M. Saunders, outgoing treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, recording secretary, and vice president, respectively, and Mrs. J. A. Eastwood, Mrs. A,
D .-Sartor, and Mrs. J. M. Park, new vice president, corresponding secretary, and treasurer,
respectively.

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Butler Dares Hall To Testify

On Political Shakedown' Charges

WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 (UP) he had resisted pressure from

Democratic National Chairman' Han, tne wane House ana our
Paul M. Butler today challenged congressmen to fire career em em-Republican
Republican em-Republican National Chairman! ployes in the agency to make

Leonard W. Hall to testify before room tor nepuDiican joo-seexers.

the election on charges that Hall
made "nelitical shakedowns" for

campaign funds.

Butler said Y resident jKisennow-

er should direct iiau to lesiuy
under oath before a House govern government
ment government operations subcommittee.
He said the American people have

"a right to know the full record"

on naus activities.

Democratic members of the

subcommittee have accused Hal

of "shaking down" a construction

firm for campaign funds oetore

he would clear" the company tor
43 million dollar government

contract.

Hall has declined an invitation to
testify on the contract to
expand the government's 100 mil million
lion million dollar nickel plant at Nicaro,

Cuba until after the election.

He said all his time is taken up
with the campaign.

Hall accused the Democrats oi

making 'cowardly and untrue
statements and labeled the hear

ings a "pre-election political)

stunt."

Federal law makes it a crime

tf solicit nautical contributions

from companies

Bovernment contracts." -Sutler

said in a statement. "The maw maw-mum
mum maw-mum penalty is five years in jail

and a $5,000 fine."

Why does Mr. Hall, if he is

not guilty of wrongdoing, want to' 7,200

wait until after the elections
Butler asked.
He asked how the Presidert

Funeral Services
Tomorrow At 1:30
For Elmina Cox

Funeral services will be held to

morrow at the Corosal Chapel
1:30 p.m. for Mrs. Elmina Cox,
.lamacian resident of Parque Le Le-fevere
fevere Le-fevere who fell dead Friday while
shopping in the Paraiso Commissary.

tne 63 year old mother of

tnree cnuaren returned te the
Isthumus two weeks ago after
visiting her daughter, lira Ida
Forbes, in the States.
She is also survived by her hus husband,
band, husband, McDonald Cox, a Panama
Canal employe, and two other
children, Joslyn Thompson, a U.S.
A. redident, and Mrs. Louise Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, s resident of Colon, in addl,
tion to several grandchildren.

could permit a

testimony after

delay in Hairs adds, "in
Mr. Eisenhower; fertilizer

The Washington

Merry-Go-Round
(Continued from Fate 2)

editors of weekly newspa

pers, 500 columnists and commentators.

"It should be." the foundation

promised time after time in 1952

to move swiftly at the slightest
hint of corruption in his admin-

lsrtation

the hands of every oil,

and implement dealer

contacting farmers."

The nun who cooked up the
Benson book deal is Karl Butler,
a close Benson confidant and

rorraer uoperai servces A0-i"farm consultant" to the AVCO

ministrator r.rimuna r. wansure Manufacturing Corporation. Inci-

toia ine suocpmmiitee rriaay mat dentally, Benson used AVCO's
the Frederick Snare Corp. had : Washington office while he was
"trouble" getting Hall's approvrl waiting to be sworn In as affricnf.

ifor the contract award because; ture secretary.

its officials had not made "sub- It will be Interesting to see
stantial" contributions to the Re- whether the Internal Revenue

pumican partv. (Service, bossed by Benson's Cabi-

Mansure also testified that he net colleague, Secretary of the

was forced to rein as GSA ad- Treasury Humphrey, will crack
ministrator last March 1 becausedown on the Benson book deal.

AFRICAN RARITY This tare
animal looking like the erea.
tion of a modernistic artist, is a)

airaffe-like gazelle, called a

gerenuk. Almost sis feci tell

when standing on its bind leas.

it eats leaves from trees and

bushes in giraffe style. Newest
addition to the Frankfurt, Ger

many, zoo. it is a fuaitive- frees

East Africa.

WRONG BLOCK
ST. LOUIS (UP) TtSS
drag racers with roaring motors
and squealing tires picked the
wrong neighborhood to display
their accomplishments. They were
racing in the 5100 clock of West Westminster
minster Westminster Place. One of the resi residents
dents residents in that block is I. A. Long,
president of the board of police
commissioners. l

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TB PANAMA AMERICA All INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAFW

PACT PITS

Social and OtherunJe

tmiisimw own

At Amadar OW

planned

A Halfowet Dance is

for Ft. Amador Officers' Ope a

Mess nest Saturday night. Sports
slutts will be worn. Members are
asked to make reservations no.

Y TEMPORARY

SIMPLY WANT TO

Cvnmahi CwnmunKr

Thl Civilian Welfare Council of
Curundu opened ita new Commu Community
nity Community Center en Friday evening. The

nelMy itMfeMnHM ami re-eecor
ted building was visited by nun
dreds of guests during the eve
ning. Tbe free nerertllhmeiit In
eluded dancins and refreshments,

and a movie Tor the children at

the Ft. Clavton post theater, a

cross the street.
Residents of Cnrundu have Been
making use of their new. attrac

tive fouldiM for several weeks al-j The tirst thing every wife whb
readf, hoMTng Reel Cross classes knows Jim Jones does when she
and Civilian Detente instruction hears his wife is going to be out
there, and chiidrtn's dhcinjl0f town for cmp mgks
daises as well. Boy Scouts, Girl Call Jim up and say, 'We dont
Scouts; Women's Clube, and oUi!want yoB getung lonesome. What
groups wiH ftml it a toaVemenl night can o come to dinner?1

and cSmlbrtabro center. In shjft order, Jim-who preba-

niy kicks about going out more

iMW ith.? JW hir:

niuonii wrcnmri iWia u nome finds he dOCSn t

win Hvt) mm
Corner Friday

Trapped Eight Days
In Her Bathroom
NSW YORK, Oct. 22z8Wp)- A

nluckv. 82-vear-oW nurse who was

tranoed eieht days in the btht-

room of her. apartment said today I

she felt a "little week" from her
ordeal but otherwise was "tittle

the worse for the expenenc.

have a free night left while his
wife is out of town.

Save nne rj the Tim iiuuiii mYik

The Concert by the National Or-igoes tAreugh this same routine
WdlMli In ha tlveh inktenll ,.V It i 1. .

on Trid-y'of hta Week tfi&kaSfik5tf)Mtt m Kt1,hrdt ,iv" kft5Be
A KotenHid urogram has been! iM"iJL,mu" L"" SJ'V.Tl does hot have any close Wends

prepared by Conductor Herbert TZ- relatives in Manhattan, so ne

Miss Henrietta
came a orisoner

She stepped into the bathroom of
her apartment on 92nd street, just
aH Fifth avenue; before coma out

S became dizzy ana feu
against the door, slamming it
shut. When she tried to open the
dwf. the.knob on the outsiSfe feU
off. preventing her from using the
Ihskfe knob.
Mfss Smharlt called for help
And pounded on the bathroom
wall, but ho one heard her. She
spent meet of her time sitting on
the floor. Periodically, she celled

for help.
ml:. a m : U -

lnis weni on -ior eigne aaysi
during .which Miss Emhardt had
no food. Whenever she became

nullify, she drank water, Which
she saifl apparently Was What kept

MT alive

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l-,, M weekend and

Harry Truman Said Yearning

For Invitation From lla

WASHINGTON, Oct. -(UTH invited to visit the Senate cham-

ut mi. a luiutu wew vn u Ml

De Castro. Daniel Ericourt, fa

mous; pianist, will be heard in Mo Mo-tart's
tart's Mo-tart's Concierto in D Minor, for
piano and orchestra. Dr. Manuel
Diaz, tenor, will sing arias from
Diaz; tenor, will sing arias from
Jiojart. Fietow and Doniretti.
Tickets are available at Fine
Ar Department, Panama 24158.

eric an

.DELICIOUS SWISS STEAK
RATIO AN ECONOMY DISH
By OAYNOR MAODOX
MIA PtM aM Merfttts Editor

The United States Department

One thins a man' Darticuwrlvl

enjoys when his family is out of

town .is the fact that he doesn t

have to be any particular place at1
. ti.

any particular time once nis dusi
ness hours are over.

"So as soon as the news gets
around that he is on his own for a

kttle, every wife ot every friend

he has starts inviting htm to din din-ner.
ner. din-ner. If he has one or two free eve

nings during the whole time his

wife is away he s lucky.
Okay. Let's Leave Thorn Alan

Well, ladies, if that's hew the
men feel about it apparently a

lot of them do let's quit worrying
about trying to giye "our friend's
husbands a good home-cooked
meal when they are left to batch
it for a few weeks.

If they want to be left alone tb

one misled her during the week.
But she hid planned to go to
Darien. Conn., to take care of the
seventh baby born to Mrs. Helen

Schulten

When Miss Emhardt failed to

report for duty as scheduled, Mrs

Schulten telephoned, her apart
ment. There was no answer. Mrs

Schulten- was worriefl about Miss

Emhardt and telephoned police.

Patrolmen Donald Leadbetter

and Joseph Mahoney went to the

apartment last night and knocked

h the door.

ZL;rrY; t;T, m?al restaurtt let s

?" "?l B1 nvart heir nnvacv

i i- r t-'

ndt

pan, wim

slowly coo!

stage. It Is

ramy frc the

plerttlfdl foods this month and ea

courage homemakere to be budget-wise
and use it freqtienUv. Ttif
keys, broiler and fryer chickens
and stewing hens also are on that
1st.
Tib denartment cookine exnerts

give these hiht for budget tuts of

beef. ''
Best for slewing and braising
are .the less tender cuts short
ribs, irate, flank, round, rump,
chuck. These cuts usually cost
less per pound.
Even experienced cooks may
not b able to explain the differ difference
ence difference between braising ami stew
ing. Actually both methods are
quite Similar.

falsing: Consists of browning

the meat m fat,, then, iti a covered

or without added liquid,

ting it to the well-done

celled pot roast When

of meat,jrel-.
chuck, rmind,

rump ni nws'are repari nytnis

method
SUwmg: TWI If similar to
braising except thkt the meat Is
simmered si'Owly ih a somc-what
larger qukntitjr of water, and the

meat fa usually in smaller piece.
For both methods, cooking liquid
is kept to minimum so that fla flavor
vor flavor atld nutrients remain in the
"'Here is the United States De Department
partment Department of Agriculture recipe
for 4 servings of Swiss steak:
Swiss Steak
(Serves 4)
One pound beef rump or round,
cut about 1 inch thick. Season
meat With skit and pepper, arid
sprftkle with flour. Pouridlrig
hehjh make the melt tender. Cut
meat into serving pieces arid
brown in a little fat or oil. Add
t cups cooked ot canned tbmh tbmh-tdes
tdes tbmh-tdes (or tomato juice) and sim simmer
mer simmer gently until meat Is tender,
about VA hours. (Note: In addi addi-tiWii
tiWii addi-tiWii we brawn oniorts and add.
At the lost minute, we Idd 1 ten ten-fpbob
fpbob ten-fpbob Worcestershire sauce, too.)

If they want a break from rou

tine and an escape from

organiced social life, why net lit

'em have it:

If they think we're silly for be

Emhardt feebly called.

Police entered and opened the
bathroom door. Tney found Miss

Emhardt sitting on the floor look look-irte
irte look-irte calm and collected

She spurned medical kid. skying
' I'm i nnrse. t cad take care

of myself.

After drinking, t cub of tea. Miss

Emhardt ate her first solid food

in eight days. Today, she ate re

lleving they, can't live wlthorit ular meals prepared for Fler by
"tend ..nnboil hw female hnris" fpianil uKa hfl heoril Bf hor

fend cooked by female

let 'em live on snacks.

a friend wno

plight.

had heard of her

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President Eisenhower might cons when he paused and inquired: "I
tx:-i t n.uii.Nt Ti U1P s tti Araet"

ass ui Mnsvai

connaea u
Ignored. He
f in the joB
holds. Mr,

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Miracfe-Tuft 59

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det'tavftiil former President TfU-

man to step into tne eiecuuvw
flees this Week for a chat.
Mr. Truman has confided td

friends' that he feels

had a 161 Bf experience

Mr. Eisenhower low MM rj
FUenhnuier however has BOt Vet

uniffht lit- Truman's advice ori

nMxiHentiil nmhremi

Former PresweM nowver jproo jproo-ahlv
ahlv jproo-ahlv would have a svmoathetle

understanding of Mr. Truman

hurt rnnkHn D. Roosevelt suc

ceeded Mr, Hoover id ta Whit
House in 1933. But he never invit

ed Mr. Hoover i advice nor, even,

mviie kim to lnnrh Mr. Truman

Lho succeeded FDR, did leek Mr,

rv. t,n,iv ut Mr -iTiinan

iu iwHi i .
asked Mr. Hoover to visit Ger

many and AustrlA s hi rep
.MtiHv. ta indv rand arid relai

r. Hoover accepted explaining

ke rfM n in the hnM Of MS-

lb sj uw . "7

ing "(torn of the.burdeA f Amer

ican taxpayers.

OA Sent. 28. 1947. Mr. Truman

named Mr. tteevtt ..to. thd

chairmanshin 6f a commission on

reorganitSUbn of thfe Eaecritrf
DepaMment the U.S. govern government.
ment. government. The commission's werk U

cohtlriuiflg with the objective oi
saving millions for the taxpayers
by making government more ef

ficient. .

These Demeerafle aewowiMge-

ments of Mr. Hdhver'S anilities
pleased him and all of his friends.
1 i, iira frhtfi President

n n icnui, jra'u'v i

E-i.nnhnwer doubtless W 0 U I u

please Mr. Truman, who wiU U

in Washington wis wereuu
aneak under auspices of the Dem

ocratic National Committee.

Dinner at the wmie nouse

might make Mr. Truman iew
S. Inward V re PreSl-

"'tiffird H. Nixon. Mr. Tru

man's last known atuiuue wwarj
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Brooklyn Becomes First
Big League Club To Lose
Two Games On Japan Tour
TOKYO, Oct 22 (UP) A Japanese baseball ex expert
pert expert said today Japanese ball players have nothing
to learn from the National League Brooklyn Dodg

ers.
Mum Yum, former manage r
of the Mainichi Orion of the
professional pacific League,
made the statement comment commenting
ing commenting on yetteFdfiy 6-1 Dodger
deleft t, their second setback in
three games, to the All-Japan
Star. H
The Dodgers are the fwrt
major league club, including
aH stars, to drop twft games
on a Japan tour.
Yuasa said It was ft 'complete
defeat" for the Dodgers yester yesterday
day yesterday iat the hands of the Ali-J-pan
team. 1
I can sympathize that the
Dodgers are In bftd condition
from fatigue after ft hectic pen pennant
nant pennant race" the World Series and
travel to Japan and are in a ter terrific
rific terrific slump," Yuasa said. But
t.h nodoers are even weaker
than was rumored at bat againn
low outside pitches and we are
.r HUannninted to say the
vwtj """m r :
least.
Yuasa stressed that even
Don Newcombe, Hits year's top
winner in the National League,
was knocked out without get getting
ting getting a man out in the first in inning.
ning. inning. 'It was the Japanese teftm.
particularly player, who stood
out yesterday," Yuftsft saidM"It
would not be an overstatement
say thai: we no longer have
anything to leftrn from them
(Dodgers)."
I Yuasa said he suspected New Newcombe
combe Newcombe had "some trouble" be because
cause because the Dodger, pitcher "did
not twist his hips and had no
follow through."
"Newcombe lacked control and
I was amazed that he did cot
throw ft single curve," Yuasa
aid.
Yuasa said be was distressed
to see Jackie Robinson, Junior
Gilliam and Gil Bodges called
out on low outside third
strikes.
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ers Dodgers here, without carl Furilk
and Sandy Amoros,
renresent!
the team that won the National
League pennant," Yuasa said
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TOKYO. Oct. 22 (UP) The
Brooklyn Dodgers were humi
liated yesterday for the second
time in three days as they went
down to a 6-1 defeat at the
hands of an All-Star Japan
team before 45,000 fans at Ko Ko-rakuen
rakuen Ko-rakuen Stadium.
The Japanese All-Stars won
the game right to the first in in-nAng
nAng in-nAng when they pounced on
Don Newcombe for four con consecutive
secutive consecutive hits, including a
homer, for three run s and
knocked him out.
Dodger manager Walt Alston,
who told Japanese television in interviewers
terviewers interviewers before the game that
he would be glad to "help" Jap Japanese
anese Japanese teams, pulled Newcombe
out and sent Ed Roebuck to the
mound to halt the slaughter.
Roebuck, got the first out on a
fielder s choice but he was nick
ed for a hit to allow the fourth
run in the disastrous opening
inning.
Alston told United Press be
fore the game that the Japanese
players are '.'better than I ex expected
pected expected them to be." The Yomiu Yomiu-ri
ri Yomiu-ri Giants humbled the National
League champions 5-4 Friday
but the Dodgers restored Japan Japanese
ese Japanese confidence in U.S. major
league baseball temporarily yes yesterday
terday yesterday with a 7-1 victory over
the Central League All Stars.
The Dodgers gave everything
they had fa an attempt to
overtake that four-run Jap Japanese
anese Japanese lead in the first inning
but they couldn't get going.
They collected only five hits
off three righthanders who
did stints of four, two and -three
innings ap'ece.
The only long hit was a dou double
ble double by Roy Campanella which
scored Gil Hodges who had
walked in the sixth inning for
the Dodgers' lone run. Rov yes
terday hit a grand slammer and
a two-run homer for the Bum's
victory.
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Shmabara, Osakl (5), Miura
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buck Roebuck (1), KlPD (7) and Camna-
nella. Losing pitcher: Newcombe,
Winning pitcher: Miura. Home
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Polemon

In Impressive Feature Win

Mixed, Men's Doubles
Feature Table Tennis
Play Over Weekend

The first week of playoffs In
the fifth isthmian Table Tennis
Tournament at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces service Center
ended on Saturday evening, with
a full schedule of games be between
tween between the military and civilians
to be played tomorrow, Wednes
day and Saturday.
The finals will be played next
Monday and Tuesday, to deter determine
mine determine the isthmian champions
of 19S6.
Saturday's playoffs were high
lighted with tne mixed uwuncs
and the men's doubles games,
which offered enthusiastic com
petition and good sportsman sportsmanship.
ship. sportsmanship. This is the first year that
mixed doubles were entered in
the tournament.
The doubles competition pro
vided the spectators with a lot
of thrills, as tne team enierru
by the Navy' managed to beat he
entry of the Air Force in ft ter terrific
rific terrific exchange of shots. In the
civilian bracket Oscar Jordan
and Alfonso small lust saueezed
by to win over W. Chandler and
H. Daniels.
The final came of the evening
was one of the best played up to
now, with Fernando Carrlngton
from the Rio Abajo Table Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Club, sponsored by the Mue Mue-bleria
bleria Mue-bleria Europea, and one of the
seeded players losing to Luis
Moreno of the Atlas Table Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Club. Moreno after easily
winning the first set, lost the
second and started the third and
deciding set with an attack of
nerves. However, he pulled him himself
self himself together to win the match.
The following matches are
scheduled for tomorrow night:
Ten matches in the first and sec second
ond second round of the civilian men's
doubles, five matches In the hat
and second round of the mllK
tary men's doubles, eight games
of mixed doubles and seven
matches in the third ttd fourth,
rounds of the civinan singles.
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Civilian Stories
1 Albert Gibson vs. Charles Ev-
ersley. Winner A. Gibson by for
feit.
Albert Gibson vs. Fernando
Carrington, winner carrlngton
21:17, 21:15.
Harold Daniels vs. Hiram
Johnson, winner Johnson 14:21,
25:23, 23:21.
Eduardo Dominguei vs. h
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Sets Track Record

Johnson, winner Johnson 21:18,
21:6.
Lois Moreno vs. F. Carring Carrington,
ton, Carrington, winner Moreno 21:7, 12:21,
21:16.
Mixed Doubles
Jolla Lum-Enrique Chi a vs.
Veronica Walker-H. Daniels,
winners: Walker-Daniels 21:13.
21:14.
Gloria de Chen-John Ne vs.
winner: Hall-Blachett 21:17,
ie:. ai: is.
Susana Leon-Thoamas Chu
vs. Norma Allen-E. Best, win
ner: Leon-Chu by forfeit
Susana Leon-Thomas Chu vs
una Lomjaana-Han Neuman
winner: Leon-Chu 22:20, 21:17,
Mil tary Doubles
Al Schorff-Earl Grubb (Nawl
vs. G. Booker Jr.-T. Roach (Air-
Force), winner: Schorff-Grubb
2110, 21:83, 21:18.
Cvilian Doubles
A. Barnett-Antonio Hamilton
vs. KODert Huie-Meivin Gordon,
winner: Huie,- Gordon 16:21,
4i:a, 21:11.
Antnony Huie-Roaers Ottev
vs. Aor. Meniman-sai. Mlzrachl,
winner: a. riuie-R. Ottey by
Antonio Austin-Webster Mar
shall vs. Jules Perrvman-Ren.il
do Seales. winner: Perrvman-
Seales 21:19, 16:21, 21:18.
Henry Clark-Antonio Howell
vs. Jules Perryman Renaldo
Seales. winner: Perrvmn-seai
oy lorien.
w. cnanaier-H. Dan els vs r
Mcuoweu-james Griff th win
ner; Chandler-Daniels 21:7, 21:-
John N-T0nv Yau vs. Alhertn
uaivo-auas Salerno; winner: Nk Nk-Yau
Yau Nk-Yau by fQrfeit.
W. Chandler-H. Daniels vs
oscar Jordan-Alfonm small
winner: Jordan-Small is-ai
21:10, 21:14.
Ricardo Bareto
torl-cumberbai
Wlnfield Ste
Joseph vs. Enrique Chial-Hans
Neuman, winner: stephenson-
Joseph 21:11, 21:11.
Patrick Felix-David Campbell
vs. Jules Perrvman-R. smIm
winner: Perryman-Seales by for-
ICIl.
Robert Hule-Melvin Gordon
vs. Fern Carrington,G. Cumber Cumber-batch,
batch, Cumber-batch, winner: Carrington-Cum-berbatch
21:15. 21:12.
A. Barrett-Ed. Hvmisnn v
Enrique ChiaJ-H. Neuman, win winner:"
ner:" winner:" Chial-Neuman by forfeit.
Aiiiume Ausun-webster Mar Marshall
shall Marshall vs. Eduardo Dominguez Dominguez-Marcus
Marcus Dominguez-Marcus Grannum, winner: Aus-tin-Marshftll
21:lj 21-10.
Nashua's Future
Discussed By Three
Top Shareholders
LEXINGTON. Kv fTTP t
future of the great stallion Nashua
was discussed her today by the
three top shareholders In the syn
dicate that purchased the thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred from the estate of the
WM.ni Woodward Jr. S
$1,251,200 last year.
isiie uomos u, head of the
syndicate, and hi vir
guests at Spendthrift, New York
er. Juno Manes and Christopher
J. Devine, together own a con-
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The 8tud Valentino's classy

C h 1 1 e an bred four-year-old
chestnut colt yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon looked like the great thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred who used to race
roughshod over the opposition at
Juan Franco when he registered
an impressive one-length victo victory
ry victory over Melendes. He scored in
the featured 21.000 "Special" at
the president Remon race track
In the new track record time of
i:50 3-5 for one mile and an
eighth.
Mossadeq, the mutuels favo
rite along with entrymate
Opulento, wound up a fast
closing third, one length back
of Melendei. The other start starters
ers starters Opulento, Pmquiro and
Alhajar trailed far behind.
Polemon was rafted In lut
sition, but within striking dis-
uce oi tne leaders, until three
furlongs out where he advanced
alongside Paquiro and Mossadeq
to gain rapidly on the turn
wnue tne other fell back and
was already in front of Melen Melen-dez
dez Melen-dez passing the final furlong
pole.
Melendez had taken command
two furlongs out after Alhajar
and Opulento shot their bolt and
began to fade, when Polemon
overtjpqk him, Melendes fought
u 'jpeiy ano new on well to
the finish but could not quite
match Che Stud Valentino star's
unisning kick.
Polemon's fractional times for
me nine furlonirs were n as
34 il5' V01' 1:25 2"5. 1:50 3-5.
r iae iaci mat the track was
lightnrng fast was attested by
a record equalling perform performance
ance performance by wealth carted sprinter
Kensington, The latter turned
seven panels In 1:23 to tie Pa Pa-quiro's
quiro's Pa-quiro's track record for that
distance.
Ruben Vasauez and Vernnnrin
Aivarez were the dav's leariino
riders with two victories each.
' The rliviripnris-
FIRST RACE
1 S'ngle Slipper $9.20, $3.60
2- Onda Real $2.40
SECOND RACE
1 Royal Emblem $9.40, $4.60
2 Dhiprincess $5.20
First Double: $70.40
THIRD RAW
1 MarceHta $2.g0. $2.40.
2 Elenlta $3.80
One-Two; $4.40
FODRTH RACK i
1 Conquistador $7, $3.40
2 Damadura $2.20
Quiniela: $7.60
FIFTH RACK
1 Tftcerft $4.40. $2.20
2 Rafaelito $2.20
SIXTH RATE
1 Mezereuiti $4.80. $s.2o
2Oyster $4.60 i l
SEVENTH RACE
Kensington $4.20. S3
2 Topocalma $5.$0
Second Double: $9.20
EIGHTH RACE
1 Armador $4.80. $2.60
2 Quilacoya $4.20
Quiniela: $17.20
NINTH RACE
1 Polemon $5.80, $4.20
2 Melendez $4.20
' One-Two: $38.80
TENTH RACE
1 Empire Honey $6.60. $2.80
2 Double Four $240
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Lady Edna $4.20. $2.40
2 La Enea $2.40.
trolling 18 shares in Nashua.
Combs' personal plans called for
the breeding of his Myrtlewood
mares to the big bay, son of lm-
prVed Nasrullah. He owns 16
mares from that family.
Nashua was retired to stud in
brief ceremony at Keeneland Race
Course here Thursday after some
15,000 racing fans cheered his fi
nal workout over the Keeneland
oval with veteran jockey Eddie
Arcaro aboard.
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Football
SOUTH U
Florida 21, Vanderbiit T
F.E.U. 14, Wake Forest 14
Tulane 10, pie Miss 3
Gs. Tech 28, Auburn 7
Tennessee 24, Alabama 0
Kentucky 14, L. S. U. 0
Pittsburgh 27. Duke 14
North Carolina 34, Maryland 6
Miss. State 19, Ark. State 9
W. Va. 20, Wm. & Mary 13
V.P.I. 46, Richmond 14
Tampa 19, Presbyterian 7
Davidson 43, Stetson 7
Miss Southern 27, Memphis 0
Emory-Henry 12, Appal'n 6
Hamp-Syd, 34, W. Md. 14
Rand-Macon 20, Guilford 7
Carroll C. 27, Rocky Mt. Col. 6
Louisville 19, Morehead 7
Wofford 23, Citadel 10
Centre 26, George town 7
W.Ky.St. 14, E. Ky. St. S
Wabash 28, Sewanee 6
Car-Newman 25, Howard 0
SW Memphis 42, Wash ft Lee 0
Bethany 34, Davis-Elkins 7
, Shepherd St. 14, Wash. (DC) 0
SE Okla. 23, Memphis Navy 6
Austin Peay 7, Jax State 0
W. Va. Wes. 7, Glenville 6
La. Tech 0, Northwn St. 0
Lenoir Rhyne 35, W. Caro. 0
Morris Harvey 28, E. Caro. 0
Elon 14, Catawba 13
McNeese 12, NE La. St. 0
Newberry 13, Furman 7
W. Va. Tech 39, Newport News
MIDWEST
Mich. State 47, Notre Dame 14
Oklahoma 34, Kansas 12
Penn State 7, Ohio State 6
Penn State J, Ohio .State 6
Michigan 34, Northwestern 20
Purdue 6, Wisconsin 6
Minnesota 16, Illinois 13
Missouri 20, Kan. State 6
Iowa 34, Hawaii 0
Indiana 19, Nebraska 14
Col. Pacific 28, Marquette 6
Wayne 28, Case 7
Heidelberg 27, Denison 14
Colorado 52, la. State 0
Ball State 28, Ind. State 14
Kent Sate 25, Marshall 7
Tulsa 3, Detroit 0
Wittenberg 35, Mt. Union T
Oberlin 33, Ohio Wes. 27
Quantico 27, Xavier (O) 13
Akron 35, Capital 6
Wheaton 13, 111. Wes. 6
Franklin 33. Manchester IS
W. Reserve 40, Slippery Rock 38
Dubuque 20, Wartburg 0
Carleton 40, Grinnell 12
St. Joseph's 31, Butler I
St. Clous 14, Winona 6
Springfield 9, Mo. Mines 7
Mo. Val'y 19, Ark. St. Tchrs. 0
Chadron 0, Doane 0
Evans ville 29, E.IU. Tchrs. 21
Bethel 13, Friends 6
Mankato 27, Bcmidji 6
NE Okla. St. 9, SW Okla. St. 6
Anderson 20, Ind. Cen. 14
Coe 27, Cornell (la) 21
Platesville 13, Mil. St. 0
la. Tchrs. 20, Morningside 20
Carroll 26, N. Central 14
Valparaiso 33, Depauw 19
Beloit 14, Albion 7
Baker 47, Bethany (Kan) 6
St. Thomas 14, Gus-Adolphus 0
W. Illinois 34, N. Illinois 6
Carthage 38, Cen. (Mo) '0
Mayville 13, Bottineau 0
Hiram 12, Otterbein 7
Muskingum 28, Wooster 13
Hobart 33, Kenyon 0
Defiance 7, Ohio Northern 7
Cen. Mich. 20, 111. St. Nor. 0
Bradley 26, Omaha 13
N. Dakota 14, N. Dakota St. 7
Alma 20, Olivet 14
Hillsdale 34, Hope 14
Concordia 32, St. John's 6
So. Dakota 19, S. Dakota St. 14
S. Olaf 40, Knox 6
Cen. State 28, E. Cen. Ikla. 0
Taylor 20, Illini (Chi) 6
Millikin 28, Lake Forest 20
Kalamazoo 36, Adrian 21
Eau Claire 12, LaCrosse 7
Emporia 14, Fort Hays 13
Midland 15, Wayne 6
Mo. Valley 19. Ark. State 0
St. 111. 14, E. Mich 7
Cen. Okla. St. 28, E.Cen.Okla. 0
Dlcking 20, Ellendale 13
Minot 13, Valley City 13
Northland 34, Bethel (Minn) 6
Cul-Stockton 35, Principia 18
SW Mo. 9, Mo.Mines 7
Dak.Wes 13, Yankton 7
Simpson 26, Upper Iowa 19
Warrensburg 19, Kirksville 7
Pitt (Kan) 27, Washburn 0
Pitt (Kan) 27 Washburn 0
River Falls 35, Stevens Pt, 20
Superior 24, Stout 6
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Fipdlay 32, Ashland 0
Augustana (HI) 49, Elmhurst 0 1
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Miami (O) 16, Ohio U. I
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Boston College 32. Rutgers 0
Yale 25. Cornell 7
Columbia 26, Harvard 20
Temple 27, Carnegie Tech II
Penn 14, Brown 7 1
Holy; Cross 7, Darmouth f
Williams 13, Bowdoin 7
Conn. 13, Maine 7
Princeton 28, Colgate 20
Villanova 27, Boston U. 13
Amherst 27, Coast Guard 14
Amn. Int. 14, Bridgeport 0
Delaware 14, New Hamp. 6
Bates 28, Middlebury 0
Gettysburg 34, Muhlenberg 7
Brandeis 20, Springield 20
Lafayette 13, Bucknell 7
Kings Point 7, Wagner 7
Swarthmore 48, Ursinus IS
Lock Haven 34, Cheyney 7 i
Frank-Marshall 20, Albright 6
Drexel 26, Penn Military
Virginia 24, Lehigh 12
John Carroll 27, Edinboro II
Worcester 26, Wesleyan 7
Northeastern 32, Hofstra IX
B ridge w'r 27, Susquehanna 0
Westminster 28, Geneva 0
Thiel 33, Wash, fc Jeff. 6
E. Stroud. 42, Mansfield 13
Buffalo 41, St. Lawrence 12
Nat. Aggies 13, Millersville II
Union 37, R. P. I. 0
Vermont 6, Rochester 0 !j
New Haven 28, New Britain
Moravian 33, Leb. Valley I
Navy 13, Cincinnati 7
Ind. Pa. 31. Clarion 0
Waynesburg 13, St. Vincent IS i
West Chester 26, CaL Pa. 7
Juniata 44, Dickinson 13 )
Shippensburg 0, Bloomsburg I
Trinity 40, Colby 19
Norwich 20, Upsftla 13
Haverford 14, Johns Hopk. IS
Potomac 12, Montgomery I
Cortland 45, Brockport 0
W. Liberty 27, Concord 0
L. I. Aggies 32, Bridgep't Fr'h.
Allegheny 25, Grove City 19
Rhode Island 34, Mass. IS J
Lycoming 26, Wilkes 6 i
Kings 26, Scranton 14
Alfred 46, Ithaca 12
SOUTHWEST
Texas A. A M. 7, T.CU. t
S M.U. 14, Rice 13
Arkansas 32, Texas 14
Houston 13, Okla. A.&M. fr
SW Texas 32, S. F. Austin 6
Texas A.&I. 29, Sul Ross 0
Wichita 27, Drake 14
Ark. A.&.M. 20, Ouachita 6
Arizona 26, Hard-Simmons 13
FAR WIST
So. Cal. 35, Washington 7
Oregon State 21, Wash. St. f
UCLA 34, California 20
Montana 21, Brigham Young 14
Wyoming 30, Utah 20
Denver 40, Colo.' Col. 21
Stanford 21, Oregon 7
Western 60, Adams St. 6
E.Mont. 7, NW Community 0
E.Wash 27, Pac.Lutheran 7 v
AF Academy 49, Colo. Mines C
Cal. Aggies 14, Santa Barbara
Utah St. 46, Colo. A.AM. 7
Montana St. 26, Idaho St. 6
W.Montana 26, Mont. Mines 13
Whitworth 21, British CoL 12
Puget Sound 20, Cen. Wash 12
Oregon Tech 27, S. Oregon 20
Whitlier 32, Occidental 14
NEGRO
Fla. A.&M. 54, Beth-Cookman
Fla. N.&I. 20, Morris 6
Jax State 33, Xavier (La) 0
Ky. State 19, Eliz. City 6
Howard 21, Fisk 0
Dels. State 50, Lincoln (Pa) 0
St. Augustine 33, Fayettville 0
N. C. College 7, Md. State 7
Tenn. State 32, Central St. f
Virginia St. 24, Hampton 20
Claflin 18, Albany State 13
Shaw 47, J. C. Smith 0
Livingston 6, Norfolk St. 0
Clark 13, Ala. State 6
Texas Southern 19, Lincoln 13
Southern U. 8, Langston 0
N.C.A. fc T. 34, Win-Salem II
Miles 13, KnoxviUe 12
S. C. State 13, Ft. Valley 7
Bluefleld 56. St. Paul Poly 0
SERVICE
Fort Dix 34, Ft. Monmouth 0
Fort Sill 52, Fort Belvoir 12
Boiling AFB 21, C'p Lejeune 6
CANADIAN PRO
Ottawa 37, Toronto 26
60c.
30c.
LyjstJisjoh,
ROSALIND RUSSELL
FERNANDO LAMAS
EddlaAlboH
Gloria DoHovon
MARION LORNE
JAMES 6UCA30NJ
Frtdcriek Brtwan



Ill PAN IMA AMERICAN AN rVDCTlMNBNT DART mWfWCT
Close To Faculty, Alumni And Men, Wilkinson For Governor I
f
'EDITOR S NOTE: Bad Wl
Heinrich s Nifty Play Calling
Silences Conerly s Boo Birds
accepted as college football's
nnmber one eoach. This is th
awamel of three ttteaatehes in
Whih NBA Sparta Bdi tor Ham
Grayson takes a searchins
look at the nn'verstty and its
all-f onqac ring team and fabled
coach).

MONDAY. QCTGPSR tt. JWI

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NRW YORK (NBA) New
York fni find the football sea season
son season a true challenge.
Without a cortege team worthy
of taking about, they place 1
their interest iato working out
the weekly pool eord, reading
about games elsewhere and boo booing
ing booing Charley Conerly
Conerly is the quarterback lor
v.,., vA'. fnnthall Giants and

in the eight seasons he has an-
i i ho hip town since

twtag Mississippi he Jfs dV

velopea a iarae iuuis
foot in reverse for him.
This season. Cog eh Jim tee
Howell trotted out Don Heumch,
farmer Washington Whig, to
share the Job with Conerly and
the grandstand snigrterbaeks ae
eepted it in the nature of having
half (he battle won.
Hetaeieh, however, teaks at it
differently. Throughout the
early part of last season., he was
the one men the Giants didn't
use. A cocky youngster who
came to professional football
with a fabulous record at Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, he found It hard to be be-Uve.
Uve. be-Uve. "I don't know why I'm not
fceiftg used. They should havo

me in there all the time." be kept
Wing-

So m the last seven games rf
the season, Heinrich was pressed
into action and the results saw
the Giants lose only once. This
season the New Yorkers were ex expected
pected expected to finish it the top or
Runabouts of the National
teague's Eastern Division with
Heinrich playing an important

part

m I
M W m

Peat fteinrteti l j L

By HARRY GRAYSON
NORMAN. OkJa. (NBA)
After one year of the huxrtcaju
who was Big Jim Tatum, 1846,
Bud Wilkinson was a eentle

zephyr to the folk in Oklaho Oklaho-ma.
ma. Oklaho-ma. Someone then must have
foreseen the orderliness that Is!
Wilkinson's because the first
thought was to tosa out every everybody
body everybody hut the players who came ;
with TeftHm from the Jackson- i
vilte Naval Base.
Anyway, Wilkinson took own
with the thoroughness instilled j
in him by Berrfle Bterman at
Minnesota, where he got it all
-s a running guard in 1934-35
and quarterback in M.
Envious rivals contend that

Wilkinson does it with Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma and Texas oil millions, but

anyone who has had a hand in

building a football empire will
tall yon it takes vastly more
than that if it didn't, a lot of
high-pressure football schools
.weald lose with even less fre

quency than does Oklahoma.

Wilkinson is the modern filer filer-man,
man, filer-man, deploying his athletes ovt
of his own v ersion of the splk-T
Instead of the single wing. He is
a new Bierman with the person personality
ality personality that the old Tulane and
Minnesota wonder-worker lack lacked.
ed. lacked. He is a rare mixture of front
office executive,, drill master,
politician, diplomat, salesman
and eon man.

By MURRAY I

imS ft. m m JtL "Wl
BBBBLdB Bv- i wBBa t9aVi. -ay3ri I
BBBBBBBl BBk 'Tsrw HaBBk. -JtB. IbBWBmMBBBM'Bi

Olhe Mateo. R'jM

away making

the third down season, last year estabUshiag

J, vS-t .-w-'etU properly. That's Jhe bin; himself as perhaps me worn pas

i toiiv muu. wv. -""r :-li,y in this league. It's wira catcher i we league,
radical about me being in hero l. w .. & with a third-down situation.

-and I wnt know anything . hi But e Heinrich faded to throw. Trip-

aheut we tans, have about 40 patterns to use. ilett went wide, cut to the middle,
came here to play and it looks u"v "wy !Two San rr,ncuco linebackers

use l ve rtnaiiy convincna ppti--I
can It's bnly natural. I don't
gee how outsiders or Conerly
could affect the situation."

"This fellow seems to have it Ignored him and wept out with
figured out. His perecentaga on ends.
mnvino plnh in third dowi Heinrich looked at one end-

situation is about the highest then threw at Trlplett for a

Heinrich's presence

.hnniri around. That's where you rgte

a quarieruact.

change the atmosphere on Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoons. In the past, the!
all-knowing New York fans hsi
g field day whenever a Conerly,
i 4 m..t -.ilk Uor

Jteh Xr. Isn't much ttaie lt Fneim. FalV
L J2L XJEr ibaek Mel Triplett spent a full

The Heinrich style showed it-

yard touchdown.

"I don't care what they say
about Triplett," he explained
after the game, "He was t h e r e
and I threw to him he can catch
my passes."

There l ewetMn about the

mt Herarirh eomai into a lame

and starts taking over that gats

g teant geovtug.
Take the lame we played

against San francise," savs How-1 CLEVELAND (UP) Former

oil. I started him and the eiuo Notre Dame tackle Art Hunter,

moved to three quick scores.
Then I pat Mm back in during
the fourth period nd we rolled
"He has the knack of doing
something you just can't get a
kid from college to master right

Sports Shorts

who has been serving in the Ar

my for the fast two years, joined
the Cleveland Browns today but
Is not expected to play mueh un until
til until next season. Hunter was ob obtained
tained obtained hy the Browns from the
Green Bay Packers in 1955.

Ton f oconto .35 .20
Kelvin McCarthy in
-INVASION Of BODY
SNATCHER9"
Fred M&cMurray In
"AT GBN POINT"

Tprfoy UXAL JO
Jeff Chandler in
"YANKEE PASHA"
Alan Ladd in
, "SASKATCHEWAN"

10

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Tlvoii Avenue No. IS Tel.

Oklahoma is extremely fortu fortunate
nate fortunate to have landed, quite by
accident. A rrr Muh nlu In.

tends to, stay put while he
eould make much money in nu numerous
merous numerous other Bnes. Why. any anybody
body anybody in Oklahoma will tell you
that Wilkinson, who at 40 looks
more, Uke on of his athletes
than a. master mind, equld be
elected governor of the state
merely by announcing his candi candi-dapy.
dapy. candi-dapy. A rftrhmr tirtncnal tnlef ( iU.i

Wilkinson was not a poor boy.
say from the Pennsylvania eoal
belt, who was put on the right
track by going to college. Bud's
father Is a highly successful
mortgage-loan broker In Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis .wanted his sort to come
Into this of some other business.

r.q cnose 10 coaca an is
JHL?" 'W-W eonftraet
at $15-000 a year which eapires
in lfeg;
Perhan th- imnmt

nary of all WUkAotl m&ed

keepjng satlsHed 44 or more

swnowK- Binietes. He can par
no more than li at a time.

ON HIS marriage license apph
cation last year, "perfect pitcher"
Don Larson filled in alter occupa occupation:
tion: occupation: "salesman" ... be never

bothered to notify the Yanks, who

found out about it nke everyone
else in the papers. .
When Ptnn broke its victory
drouth against Dartmouth the
neighbors presented the Steve
Stbot (Ousktr coach) with a
bottle of champagne .. .but they
never did break it open hoxause
there were photons ail ever the
place.

Tipoff to the National Foot hall

League taeklers: whenever the
Cards' OIlie liaison finds running
room, be heads for the sideline
. . explains OIlie: "That way
I've only got to worry about one
side of the field instead of looking
both ways." .. Charley Trippi
describing what makes Mat&on un unstoppable:
stoppable: unstoppable: "He's the only man
I've ever seen who completely

combines suengtn (215 pounds)
and speed (Olympic sprinter!"

ai me. worm aeries, r.rnie
Shore, new a North Carolina sher sheriff,
iff, sheriff, revealed that when he went in
to relieve Babe Ruth in toe first
inning in 1917, one on, none out,
and went on to pitch a perfect
game, he threw just five warm-up
pitcbes! ...
Cus D'Amato became convinced
that now was the time for pro protege
tege protege Floyd Patterson to take on
Archie Moore (even if it does
mean Chicago, where be fears the
officials) . and not wait till
next summer. . when the kid
told himv "Don't worry about mv
hand, Cus. Even if it's broken, I'll
knock him out,". .. "Patterson."
adds Cus, "is a kid who doesn't

say mueh. .
Only reason Women's Open
Chemp Kathy Cornelius turned
pre three years age wes to help
the eelfine career of her hubby, a

take Worth, Pie

Hardin-Simmoas has figured out
a way fer its students to maintain
interest in games played on the
road. .. set up a mock gridiron
by laying out ribbons en the floor

of tb fieldhouse ... fill the gym

stands with students and while

the cheerleaders exhort them,

move the ball up and down to de

note the progress of the game

from radio reports there s on
ly one item missing the cheer
leaders can't make their usual en
trance on horseback .
VilUnove believes At has anoth

er Leon Hart in the making in

sophomore wing man Gene Qpella.

. . he's big enough for the role
6-5, 24. . "Square," describes

coach (rank Reagan, "the way 1
like 'em."

Forlorn figure .hanging around

the uodger dressing room was
Joey Giardello. . who used to
spend most of his time inside it
until he went to prison . Spark
lit up when we asked him about
Robinson-Fullmer go . "Robin "Robin-sop
sop "Robin-sop will kill him," said Joey,
"spear him like a fish for 10
rounds, then coast, if he don't
knock him out." . "And yon?"
. '7 could kill the bet' of
them." ...
Steubenville. Ohio, segt three
fine football players from one high
school to collegiate stardom at
Iowa All-America Cal Jones,
Eddie Vincent and Frank Gilliam
. . but a little halfback team teammate
mate teammate who wasn't particularly
sought and drifted out to Cal Poly

may outstrip them all-rookie sen

RflfiK MAN Bad Wilkinson runs the entire Oklahoma foot

ball program in the front office and walking In front of the 1

bench. He's clot to players, lacuny, aiumni

Brundage Criticizes
'towering Of Moral

Athletic Standards'

NEW YORK (UP) Avery

Bniadaee. the controversial inter

national Olympic president, today

criticized tne "lowering oi moral
athletic standards" in this coun country
try country ami urged 'something be
done about it immediately."

Jiist back from Switzerland, the

68-year-oW Brundage told a group

at the overseas fress uud tiai
other nations question the ama amateur
teur amateur status of U.S. athletes as

sation Perry Jeter of the Chicago
Bears. .

What the Cleveland Browns miss

even more than Otto Graham are

some running backs who're nifty

as well as bull-like and can pick

up some yardage with finesse. .

much as they do Russia's "and
perhaps even more so."
"If sa .sad state," he said,
"when a boy believes ho has to
be paid for playing a game. I be believe
lieve believe crooked boxing matches,
basketball scandals and surrepti
lions payments to athletes under
the table is an indication of a low lowering
ering lowering of moral athletic siandarus
in this country and something
should be done about it immedi immediately."
ately." immediately." Despite his 'eelings, Brundage
insisted he was not tbe on ewho
"blew the whistle" on mile c'vam c'vam-pion
pion c'vam-pion Wes Santee, suspended by
the AAU because of professional professionalism.
ism. professionalism. 'The public seemed to make
hero out of a boy who had violat violated
ed violated the mies five years," Brun Brundage
dage Brundage said, referring to Santee.
"That's something weshouH
think about. I hope we haven't
forgotten honesty in this country."

Wilkinson n.n ih ntlM tv.

lahoma athletic program in the
froat office and walklne: ud and

down In front of hi fnnii.au

,

KTon on mt Dencn. Aim is tne
law and he adnainisiters it well.
He Is as close t.n the faxultv .nrt

alumni as he is to his players.

vswnoraa sends mighty few
boys to the professlonala. The
main reason Is that their rnnrh

epcouragei his boys to enroll in
solid subjects that will assure

them a substantial living. An Another,
other, Another, reason is that he i a

crsjnky about speed that very

few big, pro-sizerJ lads make the
grade at Oklahoma unless they
can run Uke yhlppets.

The xevernat text nf rnirh 1m

what his players sgy about him
when thay have eradugted.
"Bven If yon didn't play foot football
ball football and never saw him. vou'd

still be better off Just spending
four VPars in the same fnvn with

Bud Wilkinson." savs .Tim

Weather!, o k 1 ahoma's All-

America tackle of 1951 nam with

the professional Philadelnhia

iijlai.
BUd Wilkinson hroke the

modern consecutive o-amo win

ning record in a wholesome way.

NEXT: Bud Wilkinson, the

perfect college coach, plays
footeall IH,e the professionals.

i

f

-Both havinj 1

e 300 marc, wime t

maker, above, and Willie

Hartack promise to race to a
photo finished for the jickey
championship.

Trll SHOI

reached Hi

Shoe

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
B PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1963, Sunday, October 21, 1956
, The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two eerie "A" and "B
First Prize 5668 $ 44,000.00
Second Prize 5792 $ 13,200 00
Third Prize 9886 $ 6-600 00
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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3168
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132.60
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MM 4M.M I SMI 44 oo I SMS MO M S66S lX. MIT 4eM .87 4 M 51Z 44M I M1 MM
SSM 446.60 5682 MSN S9U 440 0 MM 441.66 SMS 44 6 Mil 44 60 I StT MS.M I SOTS 440.0 I SWT 44. M
Afproximations Derived From Second Prize
S SIS I 9 SIS
792 220 6 17M 22 66 272 SM.M 3792 22.M 4792 SSSJS 6792 3M.M 7792 22.M STSS 3MM S7S2 22M
9783 ll S78S I1S.M S787 l'.M I 57S H.M 911 11 W94 1100 9T9 HM SSM HM MM 1M.M
5784 110.00 5786 110 00 5788 110.0 1 J79 U.M STM 116.00 ITU 110.00 3797 116 0 379 116 6 SMI 110.0
- 1 "no o i i i i I 'I 1

Anoroximption Derived From Third Prize

O" i t i
MM 1SS.M ISM l4.M MM 133. SSM 131t MS 132 M MM 113 M I MM 1326 1 MS 132.6 SMI 13Z.M
9ST7 S.M SSJ9 8M6 I l MM MM 99.M SMS saM SMS 98.M 989 MM M.M M4 SS.M
9871 MM SSM MM 1 M82 MM MM 88.M 9887 M.M MM MM MSI SS.M MM MM 0895 SS.M

Prlze-wlnnine Numbers of vesterdav's Lottery Drawinc were sold at: 1st, 2nd and 3rd In Panama.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets eadiag In I and not included in the a bore list win Forty-Four Dollars ($44.00 each.
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided In two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each.

Siened

WITNESSES: Leabert Oliver Fray, Ced. No. 1-7412
Edfard R. Boeie Oasa, CM. No. 47-32633

by: ALBERTO A I, EM AN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 41-12159
The Representative Of The Treasury, JOSE GUILLERMO AIZPU

JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA PABLO A. PINEL ML
Notary Public. Panama Secretary

The winning ticket with the tt eiphef in with the two lax

apply only to tt First pne

NOTE: SL2

The first Prlxo onel the 2nd and 3rd Prise ore dravo eoanlly. The n-

proxiraatinn lie calculated on tt riirt. Second end Third Priie. In e
i trket should carry th number l each prize, tho holder i entitled to
lalro payment lor each

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, October 2 f, 1956

Brawler, Number M4
Fraction Ticket
First Prae. '. .68 $11.00 $220.00
Scromi Prwg. . 92 JDfL 60 00
Third Prize ... 86 2.00 40.00

Plan oi Ordinarr Orawinc No. 1944 whichwill take '"'
Place October 28. 156
The prion will paid In accordance with the Official List of Panama to
the oMireo of ih National Bmrflrtm Lottery situated on Central Avemjo.
"' Uvlded tt two sener oi 22 (racttnn each denominated "A' and "B"

rmsT paizr

Y firet Prite. Seriea A md B. at S22 060 000 each aeries

1 Second Prtre. Seriea A and B. ol

1 Third Prue Seriea A and B. of
IS Approximations. Seriea A and B. ol
I Prizes. Series A and B of
(4 Prizes. Seriea A and B nf
SM Prixea. Seriea A and II. of

6.600 00 each seriea

3.300.00 each eerie
220 00 each seriea
1.100 00 each seriea
M.OO tach seriea
220 each series

srcoNn phiz
It Approximations, series A and a at f H 00 each series
t Prizes Seme A and B of UOOO each series
TMrBD PRIZt
llApproximatlona. Series A and B of $ 44 00 each serlee
S Priie,. Series A and B of 00 each aortae

644.000 00
13.200 00
6 00 00
7.S20.O0
it.smto
11 S89 00
39.600.

S l .ttOOO
1 .080 00

t 1.SS4M
1.188 00

174 Prlaoa
Price) of o whole ticket

TOIAI, 14t.73200
af??no

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A concentrated taper 'J0''""
product of wonderful vitall.ins
proportion
AGENCIAS LATINO AM
HAS CANOANIDO Y CIA
P O. Box 421S Phono
Panama, at. P.
R3:
CANAL ZONE LADIES
Do you have gray hair?
It's Excitin. .
It's Glamorous .
"COME ALIVE GRAY
Made just for yon.
Y.M.C.A. Beaulv Salon
Tel. 2-3677.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Mcndav hru. Thursday
Balboa WIS
For U.S. n-";nnel and their
(amllies only.
Churchill Abed
With Slight Cold
NICE, France. Oct. 22 (UP) -Winston
Churchill, who was said
by London newspapers to have
suffered a stroke here last week,
actually is suffering, only a slight
cold, nil pnysieian said loaay.
Dr. David" M. Roverts said the
former Prime Minister. v;ho will
be 82 next month, contracted the

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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
I Street No. 11
Agendas internal, de Publicacionei
No. I Lottery Plaaa
CASA ZALDO
Comtrtl Ave. U

FOR RENT
Apartment'
ATTENTION, G. 1.1 Just built
modern turnilhed apartments, I,
2 bed roe mi. hot, cold wirer.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedroom!,
room!, bedroom!, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 41th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: 2 bedrooms maid's room,
2 bathi, lifting dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage, $90, at
Bella Vista, N. Obarrio Street No.
23. Sao Do Caitro. Ava. "I" No.
24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms, studio, din dining
ing dining and living room, kitchen and
hot water. Beautiful view. Joea
Gabriel Duque Avenue. La Crea Create,
te, Create, $200. Phono 3-1899.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment it San Francisco, betide
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary. Via Porrai 120.
Phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apar t m e n t s.
A L H A M B RA APARTMENTS,
10th Street No. 8061. Phone
1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Ideal for couple.
Bedroom, living room, kitchen,
etc. Call Darion, Ava. 13A No.
14-21, next street from Fourth
July Avenue.
FOR RENT: Furnished small
living room with bedroom and
garage privilege. One or two
persona. Chalot 614 Betanii.
Phono 3-4412.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for bachelor, one bedroom
and bath, also two bedrooms.
Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool
2- bedroom furnished apartment.
"El Cangrejo," near Hotel El
Panama. Hot water included. All
utilities For information phone
3- 6796.
Oklahoma Making
Runaway Of College
Total Offense Title
NEW YORK (UP)-Okl8homa's
mighty football Sooners are mak
ing a record runaway for the
major college total offense uue.
In the three games they have
played so far, the Sooners have
averaged 49 points and 477 yards,
406.3 yards by rushing alone, ac according
cording according tov statistics released to today
day today by the NCAA Service Bureau.
No team is close to Oklahoma
in any of those figures but the
ones" in the runnerup spots are
Tennessee, with a 39.7 scoring
rate, Texas Christian, with a 443.7
varrl tnta offense average, ana
Ohio State, with a 333.3 ground at
tack average.
The Sooners are far in front In
every phase of offense except for forward
ward forward passing, a technique they
seldom employ and apparently
one they don't need.
Washington State led In forward i
passing offense with 951 yards.
cold
Friday while working in ljh
c
earden of the villa outside Nlcf
cc
where he is vacatibniny. Roberts
said Churchill's condition "does
not inspire any anxiety."

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LOURDES PHARMACY
182 U Carrasquilla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. M "B" Street
MORRISON
4th ol July Ave. J 8t

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Rattan furniture;
teak desk and chair, chow bench,
nest of tables, lamp, 3 radios.
Venetian blinds, 2 tables, pic pictures,
tures, pictures, miscellaneous household
ittms. Leaving. Must sell. House
1345 -A 15th N.D. Phone Bal.
2-3000.
FOR SALt: West injkouii
Laundromat $100. 2111 -D Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Phone 7225 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: Gas auto, stove,
perfect condition, 10 months old
$150; Bendix auto, waihor $80;
gas hot water tank $65; portable
electric sewing machine $40.
Phono 3-6840, hrs. 2 p.m. to 9
."
FOR SALE: Double and single,
beds, mattresses, tables, dress dressers,
ers, dressers, rockers, dressing table.
House 754-B, Balboa Road.
FOR SALE: 9-pc. dining room
set, locally made: 6 chairs, ta table,
ble, table, buffet and china closet $75.
Phone Balboa 2-2919.
FOR SALE: Dinette set, 6
chairs, dressing table, china clos closet,
et, closet, all mahogany, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. No. 434, Bella Vista.
44th Street. t
Pennsylvania OK's
Point System Over
Storing By Rounds
PHILADELPHIA (UP) The
point system will replace the
round system in scoring profes professional
sional professional fights in Pennsylvania be beginning
ginning beginning Nov. t according to the
state Athletic Commission.
The commission, which an announced
nounced announced the new policy Thursday,
said five points will be awarded to
the wjnner of atjy particular
round while his opponent will re
ceive up to four points. The even eventual
tual eventual winner would be the fighter
with tho highest number of points
Under present rules, fights in
Pennsylvania are decided on
rounds. The One who wins the
majority of rounds wins the deci
sioa. In the event of a tie, the
judges usually base the victory on
one of More "big rouras.
The commission said a foul
would give the victim a four point
advantage in the round in which
it occurred. The guilty boxer then
would get one point and hit oppo
nent five.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK (UP)-U.S. match
game champion Bill Lillard of
Chicago and masters champion
Dick Hoo of Akron, Ohio, head
an all-siar list of keglers who will
compete in the first annual Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden Invitation
Bowling Tournament on Nov. 13.
STAYED TOGETHER
South Bend, Ind. (NBA)
Quarterback Paul Hornung and
halfback Sherrill Sipes of Notre
Dame were high school team teammates
mates teammates in Louisville.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Application of Charles Henry Flasphal Flasphal-er
er Flasphal-er for Admission to the Bar. No. 2098
civil ntallnn.
It appearing to the Court from the
petition oi ine n.r wMjciauon ui me
Panama Canal Zone, which wes -filed
jnd presenWctJo the undersigned Judge
in the
above emiuea cause on me
day of October 1956. that Charles Henry
Flasnhaler is accused of having commit-
s:arhd

character, to Wit: That the applicant was inning i uui in o puuiu). y y-a
a y-a defendant In a criminal action in Steu- ra Riley and Kay Barbee also
ben Cou.ity. Stale of New York during hafJ one f UVMX nights
ih- vur 1B.TI. nn n enarfle or criminal ... ... e

libel, and that said action resulted in
the conviction of the said Charles Flas Flas-phaler
phaler Flas-phaler for criminal libel and that said
applicant was sentenced to serve four
months In jail and pay a fine of $500.00
in Steuben County New York State.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the
Court that Charles Henry Flasphaler be
and he Is hereby ordered and cited to
.mpear before the United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
M Ancon, Canal Zone, on the S day of
December. 1156, at I o'clock in the fore forenoon
noon forenoon of siid date and answer the ac accusation
cusation accusation filed against him. a copy of
which shall be served upon the said
Charles Henry Fasohaler together with
s copy of this Citation, and to show
cause. If any there be why the Order
of this Court dated July 17. 1944. should
not be vacated and set aside, why his
license to practice law before the Sev
eral Courts of the Canal Zone should
not be revoked, and why his name
hould not be strirken from the Roll nl
Attorneys of the Canal Zone.
And It further appearing Irom the
verified oetltlon that the said Charles
Henrv Flasnhaler Is a non-resident ol
the Canal Zone and his present address
Is unknown, it Is further.
ORDERED that service of this Clta Clta-Hon
Hon Clta-Hon and of the Petition be mailed to
he sold Charles Henry Flasnhaler In
-are of: Homer Brooks, Attorney-at-law.
Century Bids;.. 412 Fifth Street. N.W
Washington 1. D. C, the said Homr
ironks helng in, attorney ror me saio
Chirles Henry
Dated thl 5
naspnaier
dpv of OrtnneT !93S
sGuthrle F. Crowe
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LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE FARMACIA EL BATURRO
At. TlveU 4 J. fee. t la Oou Art. No. 41 rugae Let ovro 7 Knot
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FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS NOVEDADES ATHIS
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FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 124-B, Gamboa.
Phono 6-170
NOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
four-door sedan, very clean, ex--cedent
mechanical condition,
good tires $5O0. Tucker, Navy
3661
Real Estate
J FOR SALE Lots in Pueblo Nue Nue-'
' Nue-' vo. $1 m2; lots in Rio Abaio, $2
m2; house in the city $8000;
house of wood $3000, down pay payment
ment payment $1000. Agencies Thomas,
No. 259, Central Avenae. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 1069.
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BRANIFF AIRWAYS TAKES
OVER FIRST PLACE IN COS COSMOPOLITAN
MOPOLITAN COSMOPOLITAN MIXED LEAGUE
Branlff Airways, led by big
Bob Toland, literally flew into
first Place when they grounded
the APA Flyers by taking three
noints while tne last weers
leders weer being knocked off
by the last and next t0 last
teams in the league. Pepsi-Cola
and Colonial Insurance found
ithelr strides to take two points
from Tlvoli Motors and Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agencies.
Rob Toland and Harry coroeri
led the way for the men with
high series of 644 and 642. BOD'S
series included games of 230 and
231 while Harry had games ol
222 and 224. George Rley and
Bob Easter won high gam

honors with 238 and 232. BudfTaaco aBtteries

Balcer with 227, Earl Best with
215 Bill -Coffey wit 211, ana
Ted Albrifcion with 505 round
out the 200 bowlers for the e
nine. For the ladies it was m
lv Branlff Airways as Bet
Coleman and Dell peters walked
away with most of tile honors.
Betty had a fine 493 aeries and
a 193 game while Dell hit 196
for high game and .472 for runner-up
in high series.
The handicaps are now begin beginning
ning beginning to level off and it is going
to be hard for any team in the
league to find a soft spot m
the line-up. Colonial Insurance
and Pepsi-Cola currently on the
bottom of the pile are improving
every week and show much
promise of being capable to take
points from any of them.
Branlff Airways 3, APA
Bob Toland continued his red-
hot bowling as Braniff took
three points from APA. Bob witn
his 644 series was too much for
Earl Best and company. Besides
Bob and the fore-mentioned
Dell Peters and Betty Coleman,
Woody Woodcock and Harry
Klumpp also had tne big games
when needed. For afa it was
Earl Best with 588 and Bob Eas Easter
ter Easter with 572 that kept the games
close.
Tasco Batteries 3, Atlas Club 6
Tasco Batteries took three
points from the Atlas Club and
climbed Into a tie with Tlvoli
Motors for second place In the
standings. Bud Balcer and Har
ry Colbert with 626 and 642 were
the big guns for Tasco. Ted Al Al-britton
britton Al-britton led the Atlas Club with
544.
Colonial Insurance 2, Seymour
Agencies 1
The last place colonial in-
surancemen led by Jim Riley
and Hank Barbee knocked Sey-
w help
Al Minor's improving
fVa
Problem and Fringe Area
Reception .
our
SPECIALTY
We use and
recommend CBS
tubes the tubes
with the t.ood
Housektepinc
Guaranty Sal.
CALL
Panama
3-1285

ASSES

WANTED.
Miscellaneous

HOME WANTED: Four kittens
sis weeks old. Free. House 0932
Amador Rood. Phone 2-264.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Motor bike I S A.
125-c.c. CaH Balboa 2474.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15-ft. fiberglass
boat, 1 6-hp Scott-Atwater me meter,
ter, meter, both about year old; trail trailers,
ers, trailers, accessorial. Bargain far cash.
For information CaH Albrook
6176 or 2165.
five. For Seymour Curly Bates
was the only one to hit 500. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour should get back Into con
tention again next week when
SJured Chuck McGarvey will be
ck in action.
Peps -Cola 2, Tivoii Motors 1
Pepsi-Cola made sure that
the Motormen s stay. In first
place was short aa they had one
of their best nights of the sea season
son season in taking two points from
Tlvoli Motors. George Riley with
623 ana Bob Boyer with 547 were
the big ones for the Pepsi kids
while Bill Coffey and Lill Gunn
led the Tlvoli gang. Bill had a
613 series and LIU a 462.
Standings at the end of seven
week.
Team

Won Lost
. 14 7
.13 8
. 13 8
. 13 9
. 9 12
. 9 12
. 8 13
. 6 15

JBraniff Airways
nvou Motors
Seymour Agencies
APA
Club
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Won Lost
Lobos
H. R. Knann
27
19
18
17
13
12
ye-
16
Splits
17
lhnthers .
Vespa
Ebontes
I o o d s .i e
23
23
Lobos
. 119 143
. 138 156
. 168 149
. 147 147
572 595
R. Knapp
. 185 166
. 213 152
. 149 149
Ubben .
Iovno
Boue .
Winqulst
191
160
176
197
493
491
724 1891
Schneider
Pletsky
Turner
Wlckham
173
142
149
524
507
447
145
692
145
612
145 435
609 1913
Splits
. 156 172
Klumpp
LaBeau
145
152
113
127
473
435
487
449
163
156
120
198
170
Walker
Luttenberger 152
627 660
Panthers
. 223 225
537 1824
Banks
Irwin .
Patterson
Pope .
126
155
141
146
574
488
462
477
. 182
. 173
. 155
151
148
176
733 700 568 2001
Vespa
. 186 146
. 160 138
. 143 131
. 178 163
667 578
Ebonites
. 155 107
. 167 158
, 172 156
, 144 191
Folger
161
137
18
493
411
411
4o'J
Voss .
Garrldo
Pah! .
579 1824
Deveau
137
154
187
174
399
479
515
Barbee
Amato
Lehman
inn
638 612 652 1902
Second Shipload
Of Spanish Exiles
Exoected In Spain
VALENCIA. Spain. Oct. 21
(UP) The Russian ship Crimea
docks here early next week with
its second load of returning Span Spanish
ish Spanish ev'los.
Spanish Red Cross officials said
the Crimea is carrying 456 repa repatriates
triates repatriates from Russia.
About 100 of them are children.
they said. The rest of the return returnees
ees returnees are Spaniards' who fled Spain
during the civil war and their
wives, some of whom are Russian.

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PHILLIPS Ocsanelde Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 8-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1678.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beech house. One mile past Ca-
1866.
MnLtLLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation te
bid on contract to operate a
POP CORN CONCESSION in
Curundu, C.Z. Prospective bid bidders
ders bidders are invited to visit tie op operations.
erations. operations. Bids should be submit submitted
ted submitted ia duplicate, insealed enve envelopes
lopes envelopes properly identified an the
outside, and enclosed ia another
envelope addressed to the In Installation
stallation Installation Officer for the atten attention
tion attention of the Pest Restaurant Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. Bids will ha opened at
1400 hoars on 25 November
1956 in the Poet Restaurant
Building. Par farther information
call Curundu 6205 or 4268.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers Invitation te
bid on contract to opsrate a
DRESSMAKING SHOP in Curun Curundu.
du. Curundu. C.Z. Prospective bidders arc
invited to visit the operations.
Bids should be submitted in du duplicate,
plicate, duplicate, insealed envelopes prop properly
erly properly identified on tho outside,
end enclosed In another envelope
addressed to the Installation Of Officer
ficer Officer for the attention of the Post
Restaurant Officer. Bids will bo
opened at 1400 hours on 25 No November
vember November 1956 in the Post Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Building. For further ln ln-forrrlation
forrrlation ln-forrrlation call Curundu .6205 or
4268.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offer, invitation to
bid on contract to operate
FURNITURE REPAIR REFIN REFIN-ISHING
ISHING REFIN-ISHING SHOP in Curundu, C.Z.
Prospective bidders are invited
to visit the operations. Bids
should be submitted in dupli duplicate,
cate, duplicate, insealed envelopes properly
identified on the outside, end
enclosed In another envelope ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Installation Offi Officer
cer Officer for the attention of tho Post
Restaurant Officer. Bids will be
opened at 1400 hours on 25 No November
vember November 1956 in the Post Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Buildine. fm further in information
formation information call Curundu 6205 or
4268.
VARNE T. ASH BY, expert plane
tuner and regulator. 20th Street,
Central, No. 5-52.

S'PianisI Tlbor Yusli

At USO-JSB Tonight
The internally famous pianist
will oerform at the USO-JWB
.Armed Forces Service Center to-
nigm ai o.
Born in Belgium, Yustl has
played in most of the major ci-
Ities of Europe, and North, cen
tral and South America. In July,
before initiating a three-month
concert tour m South America,
the pianist was heard in recital
ait the USO-JWB Club where he
was enthusiastically received.
The program that evening, in
the main, featured laminar airs
of the renowned masters, but
included a little-known, yet
powerful piece entitled, "San
Francisco Caminando Bo&re Las
Olaa."
The Belgian pianist-composer,
will play one of his own inter intermezzos
mezzos intermezzos tonight. Included in the
program also will be pieces by
Mozart, Chopin, Rachmaninoff,
Debussy and Manuel de Falla's
"Fire Dance."
There is no charge for service servicemen
men servicemen who are invited to attend
the concert as euests of the
I USO-JWB. Admission price Is $1
for residents of the Canal zone
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Masses For Father
Of St Mary's

Rector Tomorrow
Requiem high masses will be
celebrated in two Canal Zone
churches tomorrow for Joseph
Konen of Phlllisburg, N .T.. who
died Friday afternoon In the Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Heart Hospital in Allen Allen-town,
town, Allen-town, N.J. Mr. Konen Is the fa fa-ih.r
ih.r fa-ih.r nf the Rev. Joseoh Konen,

rector of St, Mary's Church
Balboa.

epVia flrnt mass, at 5:55 a.m.,

will be held at the Sacred Heart

Chaotl in Ancon, wun in
MiAheei j. wva as celebrant.

This will he followed by a mass,

at I .m at St. Maryfi Churcn
in Balboa. The Rev.. Edward

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FOR SALE

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds.
House 0932 Amador Road. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-2964.
FOR SALE: Two-place Ercoupe
.1... Air f -
ri -Ti3-w. von
online C-75-12. Phone
3-0721.
FOR SALE: Hermes Baby Port Portable
able Portable typewriter $40 and Mono Monotype
type Monotype machine with books $125.
Call 83-3141.
FOR SALE: Neechi sewing ma machine
chine machine portable Bu Mira, new.
Tucker, Navy 3661.
FOR RENT: Air-conditioned
locale, completely equipped.
Suitable for office, beauty parlor
or harbor shop. Phone 3-4614,
from 9 to 1 end 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Burroughs addino
machine, completely recondi reconditioned,
tioned, reconditioned, odds and subtracts, 10 10-column
column 10-column with credit balance,
$150. Phone Albrook 2185 after
3:30 p.m.

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CAPT. JACK J. RUSSELL, left, Signal Co. (7461), received a
boy scout trophy and certificate of appreciation, last week,
from Russell M. Jones, right, president of the Canal Zono
Council of the Boy Scouts of America, for his outstanding work
with the boy scouts In the Canal Zone. Looking on is Mrs.
Ann Russell. (U.S. Army Photo)

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latest film, "THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY," will come as a
surpriie, a delightful one, to his world-wide audience. AI-
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unique, completely captivating entertainment. "THE TROU TROUBLE
BLE TROUBLE WITH HARRY" OPENS AT THE CENTRAL on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday 24, starring Edmund Gwenn and John Forsythe.

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FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, livine -dining room,
kitchen, bathroom. Apply 45th
Eest Street 2-241, 8 a.m. to 9
p.m
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, living room, dining room,
garage, porch, maid's room. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Panama 3-2575.
FOR RENT. Beautiful chalet
on Via Espala No. 112. Spacious
garden, terrace. 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, hot water, double
garage, maid's room with both.
Unfurnished. Dr. Burgos, Phono
3-1716.
PERSONALS
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Best
prices in Panama. For estimates
call 3-4628, Heres Co. Free
pick-up and delivery.

Judee
A p-ue cony.
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
Clerk of Court.
By Ils ). Harrison
Deputy Clerk.

WE JUST RECEIVED FEW CATALOGS
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No Place For Ike 'Jacket;
GOP Seeks CoattaH Space

Washington, Oet. n -up)-
no place in this presidential cam campaign
paign campaign for the natty, hip-length
jacket which General D wight D.
Eisenhower popularized in World
Many Republican candidates for
tongresaional and state offices will
require I Victory lift this year on
Mr. Elsenhower's coattails, ol
which i jacket has none, the e
perts see It like this:
Mr NUAhWar is ftOre boou-

lar than the Republican Party

m k lt -v&U ltlr than
the Republican Party and atbet-
. frAtfc.irbttfcr Ih.n manv OC8

Sandidhtes. His name at the head

of the ticket may persuade some
millions of strategically placed

Repubflcan, ttereby, lia to the

tally of local candidates wno otn otn-erwise
erwise otn-erwise would 16se.
The opposite seems to hold
among the Democrats where GOV.
Adlli E. Stevenshn is judged to
be Wm popular thart his party afta
UauUr than mlM lAM Dttn-

oci'l&BCAnilidatea..On th ftftftto ftftftto-cratie
cratie ftftftto-cratie silt, it will be Stevenson

who must hitchhike some coattau
travel to win
AH of the forefioine is theory

And subject tb proof of disproof
on Election V-y. The 1952 record
is not eenehb ve ft indicates that
Mr. Eisenhower could not help all

local candidates enougn.
In seven states won in 1952 Mr

Eisenhower, Republican senatorial
candidates were defeated. The
states: Massachusetts, Missouri,

Montana, Washington. Rhone Is Island.
land. Island. New Mexico and Tennessee.

Mr. Elsenhower won majorities
In 297 of 435 congressional dis

tricts, butnly 221 district sent

Republican candidates 10 me
House of Representatives. The

least number of seats by which A

party may obtain control of the
famii U 918

The 221 Republicans elected in

1952 did actually c o n t r o 1 the

House, elect a speaker abd put
Republicans ih committee chair chairmanships.
manships. chairmanships. The Republican mar margin,
gin, margin, however, was far less than a

sausiaciory woriiag mawruy.
The porB' will be disappointed il
Mr feisenhower fails this vear to

do better than that.

Jnst as the odds seem now, to

favor Mr. Eisenhower's reelec

tion, so do the odds indicate that
tft. tUMhirili Wilt Win hhth the

House and Senate oh Election Day

Nov.

tt inhnwl.r's ste

campaign is intended primarily to
aid Republican congressional can candidates.
didates. candidates. For example, when the
President speaks next Week ift
m. Vmv tltlv U Wilt he More to

obtain the election of Republican

Jacob K. Javlis 10 me senate
than to -boost Mr. Eisenhower's

chancer in New iore siaie,
Javits. seeks the seat of Demo

cratic Sen. Herbert H. Lehman,
who is Aot I candidate to succeed
himself. Javits' Democratic Oppo Opponent
nent Opponent Is Mayor Rdbert F. Wajfter

of New York City.

GUNO DISCOVERY
RESTORES VIGOUR
Sufftrcn from Ins of vifcour, nrv nrv-ousnau,
ousnau, nrv-ousnau, woalc body, and who ar old
and worn-oul before their time t 111 he
(ieUKhted to learn of a new aland dis discovery
covery discovery Sy in Anierlfcan Iaiboratory.
Thli ntw discovery make It poeeiblo
to reatore vigour to your f lands and
body and duickly feel like new man.
In fact this illscovery which la a horn
medicine in pleasant, easy-to-tako
tablet form, quickly bealns to bull
vigour and energy in a natural way.
The auccesa.of thia amaalng dlacov dlacov-ery
ery dlacov-ery callM Vl-Tabi KAa been so great
la tha United StaUa, that It ll now
being dlatribu'ed by all chemist.. In
other wort.. Vl-Tab make, you feel
full of vigour and energy and year,
younger. Oet Vl-Tabk froih drugatora
to reatore vigour and vitality.
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AN INDEPENDENT f HjBNg ""WW
Panama Miotic an
Lf the people know the truth and the country i$ we" ifcrenom Lincoln.

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mi am & in THE PACIFIC A Coast Guard lift boat' from the
31 survivors of the Pan American plane which ditched in the

Egypt Claims
West's Blockade
Has Collapsed
CAIRO, OcTnl-UP)-TIe
Western economic blockade oi
Egypt has "collapsed" and the
Western powers are now trao trao-ta(
ta( trao-ta( with This country despje
the restrictions Imposed by
their governments, sPJM sPJM-minister
minister sPJM-minister Kemal Ramsl St no
aid today. : lnAlr
The so-called economic block blockade
ade blockade of Egypt has collapsed and
now many countries have otter
ed to supply Egypt with all good
and materials free from all tt
itrictions, even those In existence
before the nationalization of the
8uez Canal Company,' Stlno
told a press conference.
tia claim pa American. Brltlsn
and French companies were or or-lering
lering or-lering to export goods to Egypt
against barter payments of cot cotton
ton cotton or against Egypt's blocked
sterling accounts.
1 Stlno revealed that Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, Italy and Communist
Czechoslovakia are exporting
ears and spare parts to Egypt
despite the blockade and tlm
American ears are eVll reach reaching
ing reaching the country via Kuwait,
the ell-rfch shekhdom on the
Persian Gulf.
He said a number of Swiss
firm also have offered to sup
blv aoods to Egypt on long term I
Mvr Mvment terms. V
Meanwhile in wasmngwj".
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles said the United States,
Britain and France have devel developed
oped developed a common policy "to an
amazing degree" on the Suez
Canal-Middle East situation.
Dulles denied In a TV Inter Interview
view Interview the current Middle East
difficulties constitute a worse
crisis than events In 1953.
He said "at no time" In recent
years has there been a 'satisfac 'satisfactory
tory 'satisfactory situation" in the Middle
East.
Negotiators Work
To Head Off Threat
Of Telephone Strike
DETROIT, Oct. 22- (UP) -Negotiators
worked under in
creasing pressure today in a last
minute drive to head off a pos
sible strike by 1,000 Michigan
Bell Telephone Co. workers.
Officials of the Communications
Workers of America and Company
officials adjourned the talks last
night it midnight when no agree
ment was reached. They were
scheduled to resume bargaining
early today.
The Union's present contrscts
with the Telephone Company ex
pire at midnight tonight.
Walter R. Scbarr, a district
manager of 4he CWA. aaid Union
members throughout the state
voted a 10 to 1 endorsement
of striking to back up their
contract demands. He said the
strike action also was approved
by the International Unioa.
Weather Or Not
Tab weather rteort, tor th 24
fconr ending a.m., t4ay, It pr pr-ptrsd
ptrsd pr-ptrsd by the Mroroloil and
Hydroiraphic Branch tht Pan Panama
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(NEA Telephdto)
CRASH-LANDING AT SEA The Pan Amerlc an Clipper Sovereign of the Seas is shown at,
the Instant of ditching, 1,045 miles southwest of San Francisco last Tuesday. Pieces of the
plane thrown high In the air can be seen above the horizon. Photo was made by a photog photographer
rapher photographer aboard the Coast Guard cutter Pontchartrain.

'Joe Smith' Runs At Gallop, But Dems
Warn Against Election Buttons At Work

The Canal Zone Democratic Ter Territorial
ritorial Territorial Committee has a supply of
campaign buttons that are free for
toe asking, a spokesman reports,
. e mrormauop, t n a t tne
Hatch Act is against wearing them
while on duty, if you sre a Feder Federal
al Federal employe. And who isn't in the
Canal Zone?
One button that reads "Adlai &
Estes and Joe Smith" has caused
a number of inquiries, the spokes spokesman
man spokesman says. Such as, 'Who is Joe
Smith?" and "What's the joke
about Joe Smith?"
The Committee has offered the
following Information :
Joe Smith was born at the Re
publican National Convention in
San Francisco just a few minutes
before the "wide open convention"
unanimously nominated Richard
M. Nixon for Vice President, a job
he was already holding.
Joe's sire was an accredited
delegate who waggishly or oth otherwise
erwise otherwise tried to place Joe Smith
in nomination for the same job.
Another Joe, with the surname
of Martin, who was chairman of
the convention, either didn't like
the joke or didn't see the point.
At any rate he had the delegate
thrown out of the convention and
his brain child, Joe Smith, with
him.
Now Joe Smith wasnU a real
person, but he has become a sym symbol,
bol, symbol, a distant relation of John Doe
and Richard (not Milhous) Roe the
Democrats report. He has become
the present campaign version of
the "forgotten man" of the Frank
Tin Roosevelt campaign. He has
become popular, they say, be
cause there are so many of him.
Thrown out of the Republican
Convention by Joe Martin, now
Joe Smith has been adopted by
the Democrats. He Is the "Little
Man" that they say V. P. Nixon
wants to pretend doesn't exist.
"What," the Democrats ask, be besides
sides besides throwing him out of the con
vention, has the GOP done Joe
Smith?" Then being Democrats,
they proceed to tell "what the
GOP has done to Joe Smith."
The Democrats list it as fol
lows:
"1. Allowed his cost of living to
reach a new high.
"2. Raised interest rates on the
purchase of his home.
"3. Let farm prices fall 18 per
cent, and farm income take a 17
per cent drop.
4. Raised his total taxes to the
Federal Government.
"5. Given away his share of
great natural resources such as
the Hells Canyon dam site.
"4. Made the Taft-Hartley Act
tougher en his unions.
'7. Let corporations' take take-home
home take-home pay' go up 35 per cent
while Joe's 'take -homo pay'
went up only 23 ner cant.
"8. Failed to do anything about
crowded schools in his town
"9. Let small business failures
increase 25 per cent; small bust
ness profits drop 52 per cent.
"10. Tried to prevent lowering
Mrs. Smith's retirement age, for
social security benefits, from
leneflts. from 65
to 6.

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"11. Oppesed

cutter Pontchartrain approaches rubber life rafts carrying the
Pacific midway between Honolulu and the mainland.

for veteran injured in service,
and cut back veterans' hospital
service.
"12. Allowed Russia to gain mil military
itary military advantage that threatens his
future.".
The spokesman savs vou can
help Joe Smith by sending a con
tribution to elect Adlai Stevenson
and Estes Kefauver, his Democra-
, 1
Hamster Has Cold;
No Kiddin Helps

Man RsIIIa fllii'ill'r!set ,or nm Wednesday, has

CHICAGO, Oct. 22 (Ulj)j A
squirrel-like animal known las a
hamster may prove invaluable in
man's research into the puzzling
mysteries of the common cold, a
medical journal reported today.
Five Maryland researchers, re
porting in the American Medical
Assn.'s Archives of Pathology, re
vealed that for what appears to
be the first time, a hamster has
caught a common cold
The cold was complete with
runny nose, wheezing and swollen
nostrils. 1
Four strains of cold virus were
taken from human beings and ad administered
ministered administered to suckling hamsters
by nose, the researchers said.
After three to seven days, several
sucklings in each group exhibited
typical cold symptoms.
The scientists said their work
made the hamster the only animal
other than the chimpanzee
to I
catch cold in a laboratory situa situation.
tion. situation. Investigaors have been un
successful in trying to infect oth
er animals.
The research is considered 1m.
portant in medical fields because!
chimpanzees are expensive while!
hamsters are easily and econom.'
'f,ly,,btain d and termed!
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search.
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tic running mate, to D. Robles
Box 124, Ancon, or the Democratic
National Committee, 1001 Connec
ticut Ave. N. w. Washington
National Symphony
Concert Postponed
Until Friday Night
A sixth concert by the National
'-LrmjPinn;i fumhestra. t originally
A well-selected program has
been prepared by conductor :Her
bert De Castro.
Following his superb Chopin, re
cital, Daniel Ericourt, world fa
mous pianist, win De teatured in
Mozart's Concerto in D Minor for
piano and orchestra
Dr. Manuel Diaz, well known
tenor, will sing arias pf Mozart,
r ioi iow ana uomzeui
Tickets are available at Fine
Arts Department, telephone 20258.
Rule Of Thumb
OMAHA, Neb. Oct. 22 (UP)-LAn
insurance man possibly averted his
death yesterday by quickly shov shoving
ing shoving his thumb between the ham hammer
mer hammer and cylinder of a rsvnlv.r
being pointed at him.
Clement ;Harland, 88, had the
close call with the weapon which
ranee saia was pointed at him by
n...l. s III : t J
Paul Orvill
Iowa.
urmin, u, Boone,
Harland's thumb was punctured
by the revolver's firing pin when
lie snovea 11 Deiween me hammer
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Wnd TEAR

Frsf Contact With
Disturbing To New

Nineteen New fnplend news-us
pipirmn visited Mississippi last.

week .to view "the true picture
there and report en it. The trip
was sponsored by the State So
vereignty Commission, en organi-
z a it on dedicated to preserving
Mieeissippl's segregated way of
life. This account of the visit wes
written by the publisher of the
Milford, N.H., Cabinet and Wil Wilton
ton Wilton Journal.
By WILLIAM B. ROTCH
Written for the United Press
Segregation of the races may
be an established way of bfe in
the Deep South but when a New
Hampshire Yankee sees it tor tne
first time the impact is rough
and disturbing.
After onfy eight days in Mis
sissippi It would be unfair to pass
judgment on the state or its cus customs.
toms. customs. At the same time it is im impossible
possible impossible to return from such a
trip without vivid impressions.
Contrary to a general impres impression
sion impression the trio was never described
to us as an opportunity to study
segregation. Rather it was an of
fer to show the "true picture" of
Mississippi, to allow a group of
grass-roots newsmen a glimpse of
a fast-growing section of the coun
try, its accomplishments and its
problems.
No summary oi tne trip snouia
be limited to a discussion of the
race issue, yet no summary
should ignore it. Segregation be became
came became a sort of undertone of the
entire trip. It crept into every
conversation. It always seemea to
smoulder close to the surface. surface.-Some
Some surface.-Some people can ignore an issue
of this sort. To .me it was sicken
ing and depressing.
Before leaving New Hampshire
my mental picture of Mississippi
was a sort oioieng oi pre-iivu
War mansions and Emmett Till.
It was a revelation to be shown
a state that only recemiyt has
lied Itself up by Jts own eco-
lc oooisiraps, unw ,ia muviug
d with a program of roaas,
Schools and industry, that is ex
panding with faith in ;V vital fu
ture.
Governor J.P. Coleman out outlined
lined outlined Mississippi's progress for us
the first day we were in the
state. The next few days brought
Phil Silvers
IVIfteBtaufy I
" --
From Florida
NEW HAfEN, (Conn.. Oct. 22
(UP) Comedian Phil Silvers, star
of stage, screen and television,
was married today to the girt who
recites commercials on the $64,000
Question TV show.
The 44-year-old comedian who
appears weekly as. the fast-talking
Sergeant Bilko on "The Phil Sil Silvers
vers Silvers Show" was married to Ev Evelyn
elyn Evelyn Patrick, 22, who came here
two years ago from Orlando, ria.,
to work as a modef and last April
replaced Barbara Britten on the
commercial spot on the famous
iackpot auiz show.
The couple were married in
nearby Woodbridge, Conn., by Jus
tice of the Peace Maximlliian
Schwartz. Silvers' best man was
Freddie Fields, an executive vice
president for the Music Corpora
tion of America. Singer Polly Ber
gen was the bride's only attendant.
: Silvers previously was married
to Jo Carol Dennison, "Miss Amer America
ica America of 1941." The marriage ended
In divorce.
This is the first marriage' for
Miss Patrick. She has appeared
on the "Medic" television show
and is scheduled to appear oh the
r u "TO.- Umi D..tir..i
lUIUIUlUIUIg Jilt' hiiwi ucavivitui
Girl in the World" TV, show. ..
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?? ccnlr wast area in

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER MM

in touch with manufacturing
plants where there were only cot-
ton fields a few years ago. For Former
mer Former Gov. Hugh White in a lun luncheon
cheon luncheon talk at Columbia described
the state's program to "Balance
Agriculture With Industry"
through the issuance of municipal
bonds for industrial construction.
The New England group saw
the vast flood control dam at Gre
nada. We watched Negroes pick
ing In the endless. fields, and also
watched mechanical pickers do
the work of 140 field hands. The
implications of these machines In
terms of displaced labor are tre
mendous.
Highlight of the southern visit
was the trip down the Mississippi
from Vicksburg to Natchez. We
learned at firsthand of the shift
from cotton to rice and soy beans.
We drove through groves of pecans
and tung nut trees, visited an
oil field, and the battle

monu-lout

ments at Vicksburg.

Broadway Actress Robbed

Of Jewelry Worth $48,000

NEW YORK, Oct. 22. -r- (UP)
Police today investigated tne
theft of $48,000 worth ofjewerly
including 75 carat emerald ring
from the brownstone home of act
ress Ruth Gordon and her play
wricht director husband, Gar-
ion Kantn.
The iewelrv was stolen late
Saturday night or Wrly yesterday
while the couole was out. The
buralals apparently rifled the
Kamn's apartment after finding
nothing of value next door at the
home of actress Katharine Hep
burn.
Kanin. whose works include the
stage $nd screen hit "Born Yfcs-
leraay, picnea up ou was at
the Royal Theater Saturday after
her evening performance in the
current longrun comedy hit, "The
Matchmaker." They arrived home
around 1 a.m. Sunday to find
their home ransacked and the
jewels missing. tl
The playwright immediately
called police. His wife said the
stolen property included 18
pieces of jewerly including the
snsatrrtnrl-Tfflri ring valued at
$15,000, a yellow gold and diamond
tawelet at$000, a single strand
pearl necklace at $1,500 a n d a
yellow gold and diamond brooch
at;$5,000.
Crazed Brothers'
School Siege
Inspires Imitator
REGGIO CALABRIA, Italy,
Oot. 22 (UP) A Sicilian nar-
rowly escaped lynching when
he attacked, three children yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the latest imitation of
tne mad Santato brothers
Giuseppe Ottana, 36, attacked
two boys and a girl as they left
school In the' village of Plave,
15 miles north of here.
. He pummelled the boys and
pulled the girl by ner hair,
pushing her against a wall and
injuring ner siigntiy.
. Enraged villagers armed with
sticks and shovels rescued the
children and tried to lynch Ot Ottana.
tana. Ottana. carabinieri (Federal po police)
lice) police) rescued him and took him
to the psychiatric hospital in
ReW10: ...
The incident was tne latest in
a series oi "summer maanesa
incidents after Arturo Santato
and His brother osvaldo held 97
school children for ransom In
Terrazzano near Milan Oct. 10.
psychiatrists warned tnrougn
the press that "Imitation"
crimes touched off by the Ter
razzano siege might continue
for some tune.
Another UN Croup
Comes Under Fire
NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UP) -A
shaoelv red-haired former dis
placed person faced a possible five
years in prison and $10,000 fine to today
day today for allegedly running a "Unit
s' Nations" call girl ring.
nela uogacai, anas newa d d-gatt,
gatt, d-gatt, alias Nina Sandman, 32, was
arraigned in Federal Court Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and accused of violating the
Mann Act. The government
charged her with operating an in international
ternational international call house that recruit recruited
ed recruited glamor girls from at least five
nations and possibly more ior w
ft "tfttes ""
The girls, like Miss Bogacki,
wre either displaced persons or
visitors with transient permits

Segregated South
Hampshire Yankee

We visited colleges, and bright
new high schools, and at Natchez
tiptoed into ante-bellum homes. A
day later we were on the Gulf
Coast at Biloxi, eating freshly-
dredged oysters.
It was an experience to excue
and Inspire the visitors from the
North.
Race Issue Marred Trip
Only the race issue marred the
trio. It was always there, always
cropping out in little snatches of
conversation.
' Mississippi has no Negro prob
lem we were told; it is the nor
thern magazines and agitators
who stir up trouble. The Negro
is content. He prefers separate
facilities. White men pay the
taxes so the Negro can benefit
from the new schools. If only
people from the North would
leave Mississippi alone to work
its problems to the satisfac
tion of both races.
Police telephoned Miss Hepburn
in California and informed her of
the ransacking of her place.
Miss Heouburn. who had flown
to the West Coast only a few hors
before the burglaries, said she be-
lived she had removed al 1 her
valuables before departing,
valuabls before departing.
US Aircraft Carrier
Grounded On Mud
Off Brest France
BREST, FRANCE, Oct. 22 (UP)
The 27,000 ton American
aircraft carrier Antietam went
aground off this Atlantic port
today.
French tugs at once went to
work to pull the Essex type
support carrier loose. The modern
ized ship now has the latest 'an 'angled"
gled" 'angled" flight deck permitting fas faster
ter faster and safer take off and land landing
ing landing operations.
The ship suffered no damage
when 4t went aground while en entering
tering entering Brest togeter with nine o o-ther
ther o-ther ships belonging to the Ameri American
can American 18th Carrier Division.
Rear Admiral Paul L. Dudley,
commander of the division, was
aboard the carrier captained by
William A. Thorn.
The incident occured in the
greater harbor when the Antietam
hit a mud bank on its way to the
inner port.
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La Boca Boy, 8,
Falls From Tree,
Breaks His Arm
A La Boca boy, Miguel Reece,
eight, fell approximately 10 feet
'this morning from a tree near
tne quarters or his ratner, Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston B. Reece.
The boy landed In a drainage
ditch.
He was removed to Goraas
Hospital for treatment for a
broken right arm and possible
concussion.
Burma's Former
Premier Leaves
For Red China ;
RANGOON. Burma. Oct. 22 flTP
Former Premier u Nu. who leaves
tomorrow for Red China, said to-
aay ne will demand that the Com
mumsis wirnaraw. their roops
irorn me aisputea border area in
northern Burma.
Nu told a areas conference he
does .net believe bis demand will
produce any immediate results,
but be said it may provide a bais
for negotiations leading eventually
to a settlement of the problem.
He said Ba Swe, his successor
as premier, has asked him to
press for the recall of the red "in
vaders" who marched into north
era Burma some months ago.
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and we almost believed h until
some of us began slipping away
irom dinners ana receptions and
talking with small groups of in-
talk to someone who would listen.
inis ia dot ine piece to aocu
ment those stories. Many of them
we had no opportunity to check.
But to me they seemed sincere.
They added up to a picture of
indignity, of "second-rate citizen citizenship."
ship." citizenship." Perhaps it was the contrast!
that got me down. To eat dinner
with the publisher of the local
paper and have him explain that
he never had and never would
publish a picture of a Negro, not
Roy Campanella or Marian An-
oerson, oecause, we mustn't let
down the bars.
And an hour later to be seated
in a bare office, surrounded by
deeply serious Negroes appealing
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ior uie cnance 10 oe ireaiea sura
men, to oe given tne pnvugt
of voting and equal treatment be
fore the law, asking that their
children not be brought up to feel
Inferior. They cited example' after
example to prove their points.
That is strong medicine to teed
a Yankee. The fact that there are
islands of progress and hope doea
not obscure the islands of despair
which to me seem to violate
every principle of Christianity and
democracy.
It is the South'S problem, but
at stake in this struggle is hu human
man human dignity. If that is lost, I
wonder at the value of the other
things we were shown in Missis Mississippi.
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