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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT tHE. DAILY NEWSPAPER
Mama Atactic an
"Let the people know the truth and the country is tmfe" Abraham Lincoln.
2nd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, 19M
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"ERNESTITO" RESPONDS At the first press conference of his administration, President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., won the smiles and confidence of newsmen with, his ready replies
and forthright statements. Several times the President referred questions to members of his
Cabinet who stood behind him during the hour-long exchange. Left to right are Minister of
Agriculture, Commerce and Industry, Victor Navas, whose face is masked by Minister of Gov Government
ernment Government and Justice Max Heurtematte; German Lopez, Secretary General of the Presldencla;
Mrs Cecilia Plnel Rem6n, Minister of Labor, Health and Social Welfare; Ruben D. Carles, Min Minister
ister Minister of the Treasury; Roberto Lopez Fabrega, Minister of Public Works, and Presidential aide
Raul Arias.

Potter s Administration Will Do Pi

KEEP
U.S. RATE

AT STATESIDE LEVELS

Some 1st. rank-and-file US

organisation were assured last night by Gov. W. E. Potter that
the or not roinr to he neclected.

Speaking to a Zonewide town meeting at Gamboa for resi resi-flenta
flenta resi-flenta at i?.S. rate cnmmnnities. the Governor observed that such

is the strength of the Eonians' labor unions, and of the Canal's
oersonnel division, that the administration will "do Its darndest"

tn maintain their wares at a level comparable to those in the

United States.
Patter said there has been so

flee -cent an -hour across the board

that the American raters might
looked.
Questioned from the floor as
to what, M anything, the canal
Is doing to counteract "propa
ganda" Appearing in some Pan
inu newsnaners which hav
criticized Canal Zone courts,
Potter said that naturally h Is
concerned about this criticism.
He added that; the papers had
a right to criticize if they see
fit.
The question related to criti criticism
cism criticism with regard to alleged In Injustices
justices Injustices In cases involving Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian nationals.
"Pretty poo things have
been said in very irresponsible
pieces of news and editorials,"
Potter observed, "but I glory
that thev can be said."
potter praised both the courts
and the police of the Canal
Zone. He noted that the U.S.
restrict Court is an lndenen
Jf anannir nil .nnnwtul with
lyviav e J iwf,vuuwvvu
the Panama canal Company or
the canal Zone government.
The Magistrate's Courts, he
observed, operate with the same
freedom as the District court
does.
potter remarked that of op
nosing croups oh different sides
nf the boundary line that net
ther was wholly jight nor whol
ly wrong.
He noted tant some peo
In Panama feel: much as
his audience add who are "as
much disturbed; as we are"
over publication of the type
of material to which the ques question
tion question referred. Other people,
he noted, have a completely di divergent
vergent divergent view.
Porter's Daughter
Barks Over Taxes
NEW YORK, Oct. 25 (UP) -A
theater porter pleaded guilty, to
day to a charge of listir." his fivo-year-old
cocker spaniel as bis
daughter on his federal income
tax form.
The dog's real name is Duchess
he said, bvt he listed her as Do' s.
Joseph Smith admitted he re received
ceived received a $282 refund by making
the false dependency cllaim.
Federal Jude jvpderick Van

I Pelt Br put -fiirrrb oir pre

turn for thte Ve."-a pfF-
lcd to pay back the $282 from
his $4-a-week salary.

oitizen employes of the Canal

much discussion of the recent
raise for local rate employes
feel their interests had been over
The Governor closed this sub-
ect with the observation that
The things that are between us
will be settled, because human

havaUbelngs do hav brains."

Most of the meeting was
given over to a discussion of
(Continued on Page 8.
Check Bounces
High
TERREHAUTE, Ind. Oct. 25
(UP), A used car dealer Lee
Baldwin complained to police to today
day today that a man swindled him out
of 11 automobiles by paying him
with a $21,350 check that bounce -ed.

1956 Community Chest Drive About

600 Keymen to
600 "keymen" from
throughout the Canal Zone were
being called today te gather at the
Balboa Theater tomorrow afternoon
for a 14-agency Communitt Cheat
Kick-off meeting which it open te
the public.
Thp full scale production.
which will begin at 2 o'clock, is
designed to give complete Infor
mation to the men and women
who will carry the Community
Chest appeal to the public and
will feature Gov. W. E. Potter,
honorary Community Chest
chairman; u. oov. a. w. scnuu,
Jr., chairman of the Governor's
Council for Voluntary Giving,
and the heads of the 14 organi
sations assisted by the Commu Community
nity Community Chest funds.
In addition to Potter and
Schull, speakers on the program
will include Arnold Hodgson, ex
ecutive secretary of the Balboa
YMCA and chairman of the 1958
Community Chest campaign;
Byron Cox, Atlantic side Ea-rle
Scout; Col. Arden Bennett. Spe
cial Service Officer. U.S. Armv
aribbean; Maj. Deborah Rice, of
the Salvation Army; Wesley
luwiisenri, representing tfre ctT'
1c Councils, and members of oth other
er other pfcies.
Following a program of malic by

NY Strike
Causes Sliip
Sail Changes
The SS Cristobal of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line which was to have
sailed Saturday afternoon will
saU Instead on Friday night be because
cause because of a possible waterfront
strike in New York.
Balboa Heights also announc announced
ed announced today that the ship will not
stop in Haiti on its northbound
voyage.
It is scheduled to go into
Norfolk instead of New York.
At the Heights, it was pre
sumed that the SS Ancon, due
to sail from New York this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, would get away a
scheduled.
The exact time of the sail sailing
ing sailing of the CristQbal tomorrow
has not been set. But it will be
at some hour after the 4:40
p.m. train from the Pacific
side reaches Colon in the late
afternoon.
Because of the uncertainty to today
day today of the sailing hour, passen passengers
gers passengers scheduled aboard the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal have been requested to call
the Panama Line ticket office
at Balboa Heights tomorrow
morning for further details.
The telephone number is Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1456.
Kickoff Campaign
the Balboa High School Baed fritt fritting
ing fritting at 1:45 p.m., the kick-off
meeting will be opened by the
playing ef a ipecial, recorded mu musical
sical musical salute te the Canal Zone
Community Chest by Dinah Shore.
Tom Sellers, chairman of the
Community Chest zoard of di directors,
rectors, directors, who will act as presid
ing chairman of the meeting.
will introduce each of the speak
ers.
Highlights of the orientation
session will be a skit given by
the Canal Zone Girl Scouts un under
der under the direction of Mrs. Wesley
Townsend; a tamborlne drill by
Mai. Rice of the Salvation Army;
and a movie snort on uniiea
Givlne bv Ramond Massey.
Before the meeting closes, the
Community Chest Drive Key
Men will be invited to partici participate
pate participate in a question and answer
period.
The meeting will be broadcast
directly over CFN tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon and will be rebroadcast in
part tomorrow night. Movie taken
at the meeting will he televiied
over CFN-TV Sunday night.
Although the orchestra section
of the Balboa Theater will be
if we wed for the Community
Chest key workers, the balcony
seel ion will be open to the gen general
eral general public.

RP Readies Price Curbs

As Hungary's Civil
Irme Nagy

Withdrawal of Soviet Troops
VIENNA. Oct. 25 (UP) New Hungarian Premier Imre Nagy promised today that

the Hungarian government will ask the Soviet Union to withdraw all Russian troops
from Hungarian territory.
At the same time the Hungarian Communists purged Stalinist party boss Ernoe
Ceroe in a desperate effort to halt a three-day old civil war that has killed hundreds

of persons and left Budapest
The communist leadership
met in emergency session for the
second day in a row.
Today they booted out oeroe
and' named "Tltolst" Janos Ka Ka-dar
dar Ka-dar as new first secretary. They
had confirmed Oeroe in that
post only yesterday.
It was the second major ef effort
fort effort to appease the mobs of
anti-Communists who attack attacked
ed attacked government b a 1 1 d i ngs
throughout the elty and then
fought a battle with Soviet
tanks, troops, planes and ar artillery
tillery artillery in hopes of overthrow overthrowing
ing overthrowing the Red regime.
The Communists restored pop popular
ular popular hero Nagy to the premier
ship yesterday, appealed for or
der and men announced eariy
today the revolt had been
crushed in blood.
But fighting continued and
they threw Geros to the wolves
today.
An announcement broadcast
by Budapest radio said:
political bureau oi tne
committee of the Hun-
Workine peofi
fflunlst) party 'hat re!
roe Gere from the post of
secretary of the central com committee,
mittee, committee, janos Kadar was elected
as new fir secretary."
Kadar ones was in cVsgraco
because he was a Titoist who
wanted Hungary to follow the
same independent policy of
Yugoslavia and now Poland.
He served five years in jail as
a Titoist but recently returned
to power.
The development came in a
day of contradictory reports by
Budapest radio.
It told in the early morning
hours how Soviet military might,
Reign Called On
Account Of Came?
VIENNA, Oct. 24 (UP) -A
Budapest radio sports announcer
appealed in an excited voice to
the Hungarian people today to
stop their revolt so Hungary could
play its soccer match with Swed Sweden
en Sweden Sunday.
"The honor of the nation, the
future glory of our sportsmen is
at stake," shouted1 Gyoergy Sep-
est.
"Next Sunday we want to ap
nlaud our soccer champions at
the Budapest stadium in their in
ternational match against Swed
en. However, to play that matcn,
rest and order must be restored
before."

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TWO PATIENTS actively engaged in weaving in Corozal, Hos Hospital
pital Hospital occupational therapy shop, an activity which can be ex extended
tended extended through contributions In the forthcoming Canal Zone
community Chest campaign. The occupation and recreational
fund for the mentally ill is one of the J4 agencies to which
Community Chest dollars go.

War Blazes On .

Promises
in flames.
working with the Hungarian
army and police, had crushed
tne rebellion.
But later it said, fighting
continued in many areas of
the city and reported seme of
Budapest's famous landmarks
such as the national museum
in flames. At noon it said the
military police units "are still -fighting
with full energy."
The center of the revolt was
reported only a few blocks from
the U.S. legation in Budapest.
But the legation told United
Press in London by teleprinter
the situation was "Okay," that
there had been no damage to
the legation and no Americans
reported hurt.
A Hungarian government a a-gency
gency a-gency also reported by teleprint teleprinter
er teleprinter all foreigners In the city were
safe. But that was all. The. rest
of the news came from the Com Communist
munist Communist radio despite its an
nouncement outside communi communications
cations communications would be restored "short
fall
Russia Accuses US
Of Religious Cuts
MOSCOW, Oct. 25 (UP) The
government organ Ivesua ac
cused the United States today, of
intervening in the internal affairs
of the Russian 'Orthodox church
by refusing vitas to its officials
or insisting that they be finger fingerprinted,
printed, fingerprinted, .4
The' newspapers said U.S. au
thorities have refused repeatedly
to grant a visa to Archbishop Bo Boris
ris Boris of Odessa, who was selected
by Patriarch Alexius to head the
Russian Orthodox church in the
United States.
The official organ said the U.S.
State Department has deprived
Archbishop Boris of the "possibil "possibility
ity "possibility of fulfilling his spiritual mis
slon," although it said the U. S.
Supreme Court has acknowledged
Patriarch Alexius jurisdiction ov
er Russian congregations in the
United States.
Fox's Diet
LAKE ORION, Mich. Oct. 25
(UP) Leon Roach has a pet
fox that eats scrambled eggs and
bacon for breakfast and
potato
chips and candy for lunch

To Seek

ently worsening
y
instead of
getting
better the Communist
leadership went into emer
gency session, it fired Geroe
and then announced that Ka Kadar
dar Kadar and Nagy would speak "at
the end of the meet:ng" an
indication it was still going
on.
Geroe lasted Just three months
and one week as leader of the
Hungarian communists.
He succeeded Stalinist Matyas
Rakosl last July 18. He returned
only Tuesday from peace talks
with President Tito of Yugosla Yugoslavia.
via. Yugoslavia. Kadar was on the trip.
Geroe also sat In on the meet meetings
ings meetings with Tito and Soviet Com
munist Party boss Nlkita Krush
chev in Yalta.
Budapest radio said that
"workers in the streets of Bu Budapest
dapest Budapest were jubilant when they
heard that Geroe had been re
placed by Kadar."
In another late broadcast,
the station sad the uprising
vm a rMBHHHH
inc people." There
Mention of the "armed
and "counter-revsiutii
previously blamed for the re revolt.
volt. revolt. The broadcast appealed
to "all Hungarians" to "stop
demonstrations."
Bread Ami freedom
Rioters Of Poznan
May Not Be Tried
WARSAW, Oct. 25 (UP)-The
prosecutor general's office today
announced it has asked the court
In Poznan to free ail accused
"bread and freedom" rebels who
are not charged with murder and
robberv.
The office also announced it has
ordered a revision of all the in
dictments handed up in connection
with the three-day workers' up uprising
rising uprising last June.
Hundreds were arrested in the
rioting in which 53 persons were
killed and 300 injured. But only
an estimated 154 were indicted.
And onlv a few of that number
have been out on trial.
Those sentenced, Including three
found auilty of killing a security
policeman, received light sen
tpnres
Five or six trials were begun
nr scheduled, but DOstDonements
and the dramatic political devel devel-nnmpnti
nnmpnti devel-nnmpnti in- Poland indicated the
entire proceedings would be dropped.

wora- or lour years.

First Contribution Arrives 4

An unknown donor has made the
first voluntary contribution to the
195B Canar Zone Community Chest
"single package" campaign.
The appeal for funds in the ci civilian
vilian civilian communities was off to an
early start yesterday when the
first officially credited contribu
tion was received at tne campaign
headquarters at the Credit Union
Building in Baiooa in me iwm
notice from tne uiase maiinev-
tan Bank of Cristobal that an ano anonymous
nymous anonymous donor had deposited five
dollars to the credit of the Com
munity Chest.
The campaign it formally
scheduled to got underway on
Sunday with the dollars contri contributed
buted contributed determining the extent
to which 14 different organisa organisations
tions organisations can continue their activi activities
ties activities during the next twelve
months.
Including civilian and military
personnel who utilize the YMCA
USO oreamaztions on tne Aiianuc
and Pacific sides of the Isthmus
and the USO-JWB at Balboa,
survey of the 14 participating
ceneies which the publics' gif
fsnppnrt shows that they served
well over one million persons oi
all agencies during the past year

'

Ernestito Tells
Of Plans To Avert
1 . ',yP"'
Jan. 1 Gouging

President Ernesto de la
that the government's Price

to avert any possible increase in the price of consumer

goods after Jan. 1, 1957.

An estimated 18,000 Canal Zone employes are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to lose their commissary and gasoline purchase pri privileges
vileges privileges Dec. 31.
At his first press conference since taking office Oct.
1, Mr. de la Guardia also disclosed that the government
was studying an offer by U.S. financier Nelson A. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller to invest $1 ,000,000 in the establishment of a super supermarket
market supermarket staffed by those Panamanian employes who lost
their jobs with the curtailment of the Canal Zone's com
missary sales to employes.

The Panamanian chief execu executive
tive executive said the plan contemplated
setting up the super-market on
a sort of cooperative basis
whereby the employes would
eventually become owners of the
enterprise, probably within three
Mr. de la Guardia inaugura
tion. He and his brothers oper
ate, among other concerns, tne
international Deve 1 o p m e n t
Corp., the company which plans
to finance the supermarket.
Mr. de la Guardia was jovial
with the group of more than 40
representatives of tne local press
and radio, in addition to foreign
correspondents.
Before the press conference
began he walked around the
long table in the cabinet's meet meeting
ing meeting room and shook hands with
everybody present.
The President said he was
"full of confidence" over the
prospects for the future and was
putting in full time to the job
of being the chief executive,
(Continued oo Page 10)
Chihuahua (Right)
Grounded By Army
MUNICH. Germany, Oct. 25 -(UP)
Rex, the chihuahua mas mascot
cot mascot of the U.S. 5th Aerial Port
Squadron, was was grounded to today
day today because animal protection so societies
cieties societies think it cruel to permit
: ai .1 narothllts ilimnS

m stags recently as President B-enhow-1 VKfg-fT" CI At 49

nun u. .. f r- i m Englnd 0,t a
Staff Sgt Charles L. Jones cfiiUy) Peter KendaU-Busn rt rt-Columbusl
Columbusl rt-Columbusl Ga., said he put the tcived a grim legacy from jus
dog's parachute in storage whevaunt- three ancient hearse anda
British and German newspaper ctfPn cart. The aunt was a eMlee eMlee-complained
complained eMlee-complained of cruelty to ammals. tor of funeral vehicles.

Ready
and had the active cooperation of
some 900 volunteer adult leaders.
One of there 14 Community
Chest organizations which serv served
ed served the smallest number of Indi Indi-dividueli
dividueli Indi-dividueli Is the Coroial Hospital
occupational and recreation
fund.
A nortion of the funds donated!
to the Community Chest during
thai nt two weeks will help in
extending a mental rehabilitation
program of "helping the patients
to help themselves."
By occupying the patients with
work incentive and witn group
and individual activities such as
games, sewing and emDroiaery
sessions, the mentally afflicted De-
come more easily adjustable.
Community Chest dollars make
possible a more adequate amount
of supplies for a positive program
of occupational therapy and rec-
reatrional facilities at Corozal Hos
pital and allow for the purchase of
merchandise for the patients, like
magazines, tobac co, cookies, and
candies.
From last year's funds, two
24-inch television sets have been
purchased and installei St the

Guardia Jr. today revealed

Control Office is preparing
r (
Living Costs
Hit New High
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 UF
The cost of Hviat rata te a sow
record high last month. the gov government
ernment government reported today.
The Bureau of Labor Statis Statistics
tics Statistics said its consumer price in index
dex index the government's official
yardstick of living costs rose
three-tenths of one per cent be between
tween between August and September.
The index stood in September
at 117.1 per cent of average 1947 1947-49
49 1947-49 prices. This was one-tenth of
one per cent above the previous
record high set in July.
At the same time, the bureau
reported that average factory
workers' pay also reached a rec record
ord record high In September.
Despite hither prices, it Hid, the
purchasing power ef the average
factory wether's take heme par wee
the highest on t esses for the meets
ef
Prices increased in September
in all major categories of con consumer
sumer consumer goods and services except
food, which remained at the Au August
gust August level, the bureau said.
Grim Legacy
to Roll
Days Early
hotpHal, one in the male section
end one in the female section.
A donation to the Community
Chest amounts to contributing at
nh time to the suDDort of the pro
gram at Corossl Hospital snd to
13 omer worinwmie anu uescivun
agencies:
Balboa YMCA-USO; Boy Scouts
of America, Congress of Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican Civic Councils, Cristobal Cristobal-Margarita
Margarita Cristobal-Margarita Civic Council, Cristobal
YMA-USO, Girl Scouts of the
U.S.A., International Boy Scouts,
International Girl Scouts, Jewish
Welfare Board-USO, Pacific Civic
Council, Salvation Army, Summer
Recreation Board, Latin American
Communities, and Bummer Rec Recreation
reation Recreation Board, U.S. Communities.
2 Minute Vitamins
HONOLULU, T. H. Oct. 25(UPV
- Jim Dodd, master of ceremonies
on the Mickey Mouse Club on TV,
had to interrupt nis Honolulu va vacation
cation vacation Monday for two minute
vitamins. A Chicago vitamin firm
called him back to the United
States 12 hours after he arrived
so that he could complete two Out Out-uiinute
uiinute Out-uiinute commercials.



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The Day the Earth Blew Off Its Axis

TBTBSDAT. OTTO BEE 25. 1S5A

By VICTOR RUSH

The late Leon Trotsky, one-time

Bronx tailor, one-time leader of

the Red Army, founder of the So

viet Navy and world revolutionist
without peer, also launched a po political
litical political party in this country the

Socialist Workers' rarty.
Although no threat to either Ei

senhower or Stevenson, this party

has a presidential candidate limp

ine in this election. All of which

would have made news only in
the northeast corner of Child res restaurant
taurant restaurant on New York's Union

Square if the nominee, Comrade
Farrell Dobbs, had not juit been

endorsed by one Vincent Hallinan,
himself a one-time presidential
candidate.

Mr. Hallinan. friend and counsel

to Harry Bridges, you will recall,
ran on Henry Wallace's Progres

sive party ticket in 1952. Mr. Wal-

Hallinan is more

T-a.ara Innlfintr for the frost, to hit US but SO fir 34 degrees

at Dalhart fe our coldest and Daihart is a long way from here.
The weather is frtakle everywhere and 8an Antonio is comer
ki. .nrnttin thn Nm Vnrk A letter from a friend in Sacra

mento. Cam., informa me they have already had a freeze andiiace jg nursing big red strawber

killed the leave on the trees. Iries and conservative politics on
Beams to take a long time to find If there is oil at Bocas. an upstate New York farm these

I saw a well in Lublng oil field near nere tarcea in me mwi -ine
and drilled to nearly 900 feet and finished a producing weJ
in a day. They don't leave the field covered witn derricks any
more, but use a moveable one and take It away when the well
is finished.
The fine cantelopes we have been feasting on so long are
going and we will have to find something else. Ripe prunes
are still coming in but that freeze in California will finish
them. The Safety Council forecasts a gloomy 42,000 highway
deaths this year. The chatter is for more and faster cars.
What's the world coming to? I remember earlier days when
we thought 20 miles an hour was fast and a pair of rails to
IUn ifhtart a race a few weeks ago on the radio taking chUd
from the Valley to Oalveston for an operation some 420 mUes
in four hours with two stops for gas. They had a little help
from the road patrol and made it, but it's too fast for me to
travel on the ground.

Pop Wright

OUT WITH ELVIS

Sir

Elvis Presley stinks. And, for that matter, does his ie-

glon of goon fans an overdressed, oversexed ana unaerna-B
ed crowd of young punks for the most part.
The freak, thanks to crusading newspapers and the giow-tot-up
process, will soon disappear gittar In hand back to
Mississippi and the Oearks (Where probably even the cows will
sound better). Maybe we can put his fans on a sinking boat
to China and thus restore a portion of sanity In our betroupied
WUta look at tha Pelvis (and isn't that a disgusting thing
vofca needs an Air Wick bath, his wardrobe an oyer oyer-haullnn
haullnn oyer-haullnn with a flame thrower, and hi music teacher a hearing.
This twitching business, other than being utterly and unspeak unspeakably
ably unspeakably vulgaVTu a thWvelled dlsgulae to cover hi vocal medi-
He 1 proud to admit his Ignorance of everything putalds
hi automobile agency. Take away his guitar, replace it witri
aswitehblaue, and he'd look like another Central Park nood.
Lt u. ...i u in AAttini a swasaerlne example for our

n U w Alia tJ w AA aw w i "9 i a I I A
mlaiulded, immature kid. They ee him with four (or 1 It
.,-" .i9i .tn anri a dresain room full of women and

they think that a slurring, yelling, touching, bouncing, de-

bauched life would
we've tot a United

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Gay Li

HOME FOR LUNCH

Dear Transportation Officer, Coroaal:
Please, please, let us ride home to Curundu for our lunch.
The buses are less crowded at noon because some students have
to eat at school because of extra work on committees, etc.
To eat at the clubhouse means more expense, overcrowded
conditions, plus getting soaked in the rain and going back to
a hot classroom all wet. To eat at school means eating dry
sandwiches plus the possibility of netting food poisoning on
extra hot days and our school Is always hot. Yet we learn in
class that it is detrimental to health to have a classroom over
70. Some Joke.
Hungry High School Student

dsys. But Mr

consistent.
it has taken me eight years to
prove what I said about the Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive party's Sovieteering poli

tics. Now we have it right out of

Hallinan s mouth. Just recently he

said

"I have no quarrel with the

Communist party; I admire and

respect it, and my relations with

it Have always been cordial

Now let me build my ease. Here

is the warmest sentiment I've yet
heard mouthed about the Commu Communist
nist Communist party ouside its fold. Yet this

msn has counseled Harry Bridges,

developed strategy for the West
Coast pro-Communist labor leader

and the Longshoremen's union
which Bridges heads. Further

more, Mr. Hallinan has been ex

alted by this union, which made
him an honorary member not to
long ago.

I take you through this twilight

one of politics so little known by
the average American because I

want to create for you the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere in which many of the lead

ers of the West Coast longshore

men work by day and night. This

is weird, sectarian, left-wins poli

tics which must not be discount

ed, however.
The small band of political night
workers have gained great power.
How great soon will be seen when
the Senate Internal Security Sub Sub-Committee
Committee Sub-Committee opens hearings in Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii on Nov. 27.
As the Senate probers move
from island to island, it will be
seen that Bridges' union has a

strangle-hold not only over the

Hawaiian economy but in the im

ty of our outer mm-

1 installations, it is

s and harbors

mainlanders depend for

warning ana defense from attack

ny enemies from the Orient.

Just how do this union and

many of its leaders gain such pow

mat we

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By PETER EDSON

Washington (NBA) .gross exaggeration, It could

Democratic replies to itepuoucan oniy naut rots sum.

charges that oov. Acuai iivenson

has Deen made muuonaue

uie tisennower swe miMet

boom doU down to u: tiiseuuuw-

er is one, too.

Tn msiuent personal ""-

clai posmon u a ntue more
umicuii W estimate man iieven iieven-son
son iieven-son s. Shortly atir his election o
he presidency in WW, Eisennow Eisennow-er
er Eisennow-er put, neariy all of hu money

into an irrevocable irusi. xuuu.
Tui. rMt ia ariminisiered Oy a

h.n wmrn has not been tdciitt-

liad. It ia not true, as has been
reported, that the president's in in-vSuZu
vSuZu in-vSuZu are handled by nUirion nUirion-aire
aire nUirion-aire cronies, who see to it that he
gets only blue chip earnings, and
nn Inaaaa.

The President' reason for et-

t no im hie trust was uiai, c

DOW- . ji i. i. I K .nm.

er? The brutal fact is that theylw.aniea 7 "VA,D : 7i

r.' tae orutai lact is mat tney y 07li intaraata in all
could not have influence if their of Penan,a, Thu he wuW
outfit was not accented bv some Privle c0JnP,m"-: J.J.!r0.'S?

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prophet
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political circles as a politically re respectable
spectable respectable union to be treated and
eensorted with as one does with

the plumbers or dressmakers-or

button-hole makers.

This Longshoremen's Union to

day is providing platforms and

audiences for political candidates

who accept them as though there
were no record of Sovieteering by

tnose wno oner such political comforts.

For instance: last Sept. 12. in

Portland, Ore., this union's local
ran a "stop work" meeting to

hear a gentle lady by name of

&dith Green, congresswoman from
the Third District. She's runnung

tor re-eiection. The Longshore

men's Union leaders not only gave

her a platform, but a box of long

stemmed American beauty roses.

The local was mighty gracious
to the lady and she was mishtv

gracious to it. Especially when she

told them how she had fought cer

tain waterfront laws which the un

ion wanted defeated.

"These were defeated." she
said, "with the help of Jeff Kfbrc

and your Washington office."

It so. happens that government
records are full of Jeff Kibre's

pro-Communist activity. He has
been an "activist" for years. He

was deep in the pro-Communist
movement in Hollywood. He
worked with pro-Communists on

tne east coast and there are
some mighty fascinating photos to
prove this.
Certainly Congresswoman Green

did not mean to lend her respect

ability to such men. Yet she did

that by her presence and words

Why?

2-Day-Old Siamese

Twin Girls Said

In Poor Condition

OXNARD, Calif. Oct. 25 (UP

iwo aay -oia Siamese twin girls

joined from their abdomens to

their chests, clung to life today but
doctors expressed fear that the in infants
fants infants couldn't De separated if they
survive.

Doctors at St. John's Hosnital

reported the baby girls were In

poor condition.

The babies were born Mondav

and immediately placed in an in

cubator without being weighed or

measured.

The girls ware born to Mrs. Di Diane
ane Diane Curries, 24, wife of Raymond
Curries. The mother, who also has
aa 18 month-old daughter, was re reported
ported reported in good condition.
But Net Peer

tu.t. he influenced in favor ol any

in which he held stock while he

was in the White House.

The impression was given in a

statement, attributed to nep.

Prank T. Bow (R-0) that the

President receives regular report weoo w0uld have been tax free.)

See them at COLPAN Friday

i.U it. 4 Im k.i k

h. ,.aalrf that. it. was hard to'W ... r if-

live within bis income. He did
a. . a It. e

considered entertaining men, .,,. ...uiaWa. Ha said he

President could have a series of private dinners and ,""vu" ,"Tr"H had been ad-

Much of the acreage supposedly

bought by the President was ac actually
tually actually purchased by his neighbors,
including Brig. Gen. Nevins, the
Eisenhower farm manager, and

the land is held in his name

The

dipped into hi "Crusade in
Europe" capital to buy the farm.
Or he could have paid for it out
of earnings and capital gains from
his trust.
The President's $100,000 salary
plus $50,000 of his White House
living expense money is now all

taxable. His net, after taxes,

WASHINGTON On January 12,

1963, just seven days before the

Lisenhower administration too of

fice, this column, in appraising
the new cabinet, wrote of new Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Treasury George M.

Humphrey:

He has built up one of tne

bigger holding corporations of the

nation. The M. A. Hanna com

pany, which be heads, control roe
bis? est coal company in the world,

tea-thin companies, (teal mills,

ravon factories, vast ore deposits,

a sugar company, and one of the

biggest banks in Cleveland. This

background has the advantage of
bringing great ability to govern

ment, but it also puts a cabinet
member under constant fire for

possible favors to his own far far-flung
flung far-flung companies.
"When Mr. Humphrey becomes
secretary of the treasury and

when bis many companies and
their subsidiaries come up for
government benefits, as is inevi inevitable,
table, inevitable, the situation may prove
embarrasing."

This column, however, ma not
give the entire story, and investi-
S a tors for Congressman .Jack
rooks, the tough Texan now

Prob m Chairman Len nan, nave

dug up the rest of it. It may bear

out the prediction of embarrass

ment.

Humphrey's Sen flflns-
For. on January 16. three days

aftar the above-mentioned column

was written, and four days before

be became Eisenhower s no. i ns ns-caf
caf ns-caf cabinet member. Humphrey

kept out of the negotiations and
let his son, George W. Humphrey,

sun for the Hanna interests.

Three days later, January 19,

Senator Humphrey testified De
fore the Senate Finance Commit

tee regarding his stock holdings.

Sen. Harry Byrd of Virginia was
worried about conflicts of interest
on the part of the new Eisenhower
Cabinet with their ramified stock
interests. Byrd was friendly to
Humphrey, to Harold Talbott and
other Cabinet members, but was

afraid they did not understand it
could be a criminal offense to

be would be a little over $100,000. "!"JLTK

gets another $40,000 expense mon-wnu u u,..

ey which is tax free.
.?., ?LPiThrw.cret.ry of the tre.s-

(lent cisennower s lamuiuuiuw

cue Washington

Merry-Go-Round

h. d'd he was not selling his stock in the
ne uu u.nna fnmnanv and its

breakfasts for all the members of rJuV:.;,.. wmiid be no conflict

Congress. Since his illnesses, With hi$ work as secretary of the

amount oi nis euici Muim uu
been cut down.
Mr. Eisenhower had to give up
his nearly $20,000 in pay and al allowances
lowances allowances as a five-star general
when he resigned from the Army
to run Jor thr presidency.

Eisenhower's Financial Position

In the 1952 presidential cam,1 brings him 4 per cent, his income
paign, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhowju $22,500
er, Mke Gov. Adlai Stevenson, If trust brings him 6 per cent,
made public his income for the: his income is $33,750
previous ten years. j This is in addition to salary as
Hie salarv aa five-star general President 6100.000 )

of the Army $18,761 I Plus taxable expense fund of

This was increased after sw.ooo

the war to $19,542 (Of which

on his gains or losss, but that he

is given no details of the stocK

transactions in his name.

Even this is now denied.
The President is said to receive

only one figure a month, ima Is
the amount of dividends credited
to his account from trust fund

earnings.

Like any other American citi

zen, the t resident is free to spend

this money, sink it inu his tann,

give it to nis wife or have it re

invested m his trust.

The President's lack of knowl

edge of hu holdings may, how however,
ever, however, be SUghtly exaggerated. At

his Gettysburg farm one day he
Was hanoed a oottle of Pepsi Cola.

The msiaent said, no, he didnt
want that. He preferred Coca'

Cola because he owned some of

its stock.

When General Eisenhower made

public bis financial statement in

1952, bis net capital was put at
$562,000. This came from the sale

of all rights on his book, "crusade

in turope,' for a gross price of

$750,000. On this he paid a capital

gains tax of 25 per cent, or $187,-

500.

If his $562,000. put in his trust

fund, pays him a tour per cent in

come, be gets $22,500 from it. If

the trust pays six per cent, he
would get $33,720.

These figures do not take into

consideration appreciation in the

value of his holdings due to the
stock market rise of the last four

years

If the same 70 per cent rise in

the Dow Jones or New York

Times composite stock price av

erages is applied to Elsenhower s
capital a was applied to Steven Stevenson's
son's Stevenson's capital in the previous ar article,
ticle, article, then the President's $362,000
would be $955,000 today. This is
pretty close to the millionaire
mark. If the President's holding
have doubled In value, then he is
well over the million dollar figure.
And the two candidates would
be of about equal wealth.
This leaves out of consideration

President Eisenhower's farm near
Gettysburg, Pa. Stevenson ha a
farm, too, near Liberty ville. 111.

Neither one seems to be doing
very well a a farmer.
The President's original parcel
of about 190 acres cost around

$25,000. He nut additional mon,y

into remodeling the house. Land

values in the area immediately

sayrocKetea. ine president

bought some additional acreage,
to protect hi holding.

It has been estimated that the

President has upwards of $250,00 )

invested in Gettysburg, but it can

His salary as president of Co

lumbia University was $25,000
Reported gross receipts from
sale of his book, "Crusade in
Europe'' $750,000

treasury.

Thraa riava before, on JanuarV

1953, Humphrey's son had signed
three contracta with, the govern

ment for the production oi wcaei.

then desperately short as a .resu

of tha Korean war. was
needed for jet planes1, and the
Hanna Company had acquired im important
portant important low-grade nickel deposits
in Douglas county, Oregon, on the
development of which it had been
given a tax write-off of 85 per

rent on $22,000,000 just three

weeks before Humphrey became

secretary of roe treasury.
Generous Terms

pany as many consultants and

technicians as it wanted, with
their salaries charged to the aov4

ernaent as "coat."

4. The contracts contained aa!

escalator cuose ao mat u mil

production, coats of the ore

toe government naa to nv

- A Al 1

murr. aouuici clause gave Hu

pnrey s company the right

claim the smelting Drocesa is

"technically feasible.'' in whic

case the government gets stuck
with the full bill both at mm
and smelter. In other words,' the
taxpayer took all the risks, the
Humphrey company got a guaran

teed profit no matter what

Jaaa Lara BaAanaia

i

The contract was signed bv

Humphrey' son with the general
service administration, and con

gressional investigators have
been trying to ascertain some of

the facts surrounding the deal
which don't appear on paper.
Jess Larson, a Truman ap appointee,
pointee, appointee, was bead of general serv services.
ices. services. When representatives ques

tioned Larson he explained that

the government was desperately in
need of nickel and there was no
other nickel available In the Unit United
ed United States, except Humphrey's.
Nickel was being imported from
abroad, and in case of an ex-

rided war it might be difficult
get.

"Humphrey drove a hard bar-
Sain," Larson said, "but it was
le only nickel on a large scale

Ul hid uiwvu oiaiM aw wv let

the deal was justified."

Though the contract was signed

witn tne Democrat!, it naa neen
amended three times by the Re Republicans,
publicans, Republicans, while Humphrey ha
been in office. The amendments
are long, technical, and deal with

matters of price and time.

Note: Secretary Humphrey Is
now carried on the rolls of the
M. A. Hanna Company as "on

leave of absence." He draws no
aaTarv hut hie status Dermits him

to get group insurance and retire

ment benefits, a a siocxnoiaer
he draws dividends from the com

pany, a
Pyrotechnical Poll
Sees Ike A Winner

MIAMI. Oct. 25 -4UP)-A man

with a "dlffwnt" kind of politi

cal coll mhich he says "never ha

failed" beMvers President Eisen

hower will be re-elected.

Art B r i e a e. pyroteehmcian.

based his prediction on. his "pyro-

technical coir in which he h

neiNfnH m1 liraac At 'TMinprir f W

yOt'"TU "BV a wT'

across the country.

The final agreement signed with

h onuornmpnt hv Humrjnrev s

1 J a 1-1 - 1 I ft" -r

Ana non laxauie cxpvnac iunu ...m,i1iari-

of $40,000 Humnhrev' comoany would

The President's net income ..,, nnn nmmds of nickel

after taxes Is about $100,000 content of ore t0 Uncle Sam for 20
If the President's trust fund cenU a pound. This meant a profit
4 I AT eT AA AAA La m at 1 Hal . J

capuai oi naa anuwii w 0f around IB cents a pounu or

same iuo per cent capital gainsiahm io.ooo.ooo.

attributed to Adlai Stevenson's i n.. ovrnmint a oread to

He paid capital gain tax of 25, stock holdings since 1952. then the "inan Humnhrev's company $25,-

per cent on this $187,500 President's private fortune may.oooooo to build a nickel smelting

iivi. caruuiBs alter umc were also De over tne au,UUv,gvu marapfa,nt alongside tne mine. IjBIAT,
therefore $562,500 I This does not include the Fresi i armrriine to the contract, the gov

This sum President Eisenhower dent's Gettysburg farm, various- ernment was to pay back the loan
placed in an irrevocable trust, of ly estimated to have cost from to itself, including interest. Thus,
which he is now advised only On $100,000 to $250,000. Its financing i.ooo was advanced to

monthly income. If this now has not been revealed. Humphrey to build tne Plant, men

tins uionev is nam dbck to num-

pnrey and the Humphrey com

pany Keeps roe piam. ima meaui
the plant la a free gift.
3. The government paid Hum Humphrey's
phrey's Humphrey's company a $100,000 yearly
fee to manage the smelting opera operations.
tions. operations. It also permitted the com-

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"Everywhere, Tke's ictur hag

drawn, the most applause," he

aaM

Briese said he has oondiinen it
avarv election since 1916. when the

first noil correctly forecast Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wl'son's victory over Charle

Evans Hughes.

PANAMA
F1SHMEAL
IS RICH IN
THE FOODS

YOUR SOIL NEEDS
to grow healthy, vigorous,
and beautiful lawns,
flowers arid gardens.
TRY A SACK TODAY
$7.50 100 lb.
Does not barn plants.
Needs no special eare
to apply."
GEO. F. NOVEY, HN.C
279 Central Ave. Tel. 2-0140

SALEM Ore. j- (UP) -Some res

idents here will be on Poverty
Street soon. The street is included
in a subdicision recently approved

by the City Planning Commission.be authoritatively stated this is a,

SANTA LEARNS A LIMON-Sanu Clau. vi.it Chicago'
main post office and Postmaster Carl fkhroeder show him the
pile of toy which tailed to reach their destination in the past
because of Incorrect addressing. They're only a portion of the
goods auctioned off recently to clear the post offices deed deed-letter
letter deed-letter department prior to this year' beetle Christmas mailing
season. (Santa Is known to hi friend a Robert fablan.)

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HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Un

covering Hollywood: Joan Blond-

eu ana ex-hubby Mike Todd have
been parking their cars side by
side, at the Kling Studio where
Joan's working in a movie and
Mike has his, office. Onlv diatom?

between them to date: Two

-Hi's" and a couple of "Hello's"
. . Montgomery Gift beads back
for the dental chair after com completing
pleting completing "Kaintree Country." More
aurgery on the jaw busted in' that
auto accident.
Ann Sheridan's headed for Mex Mexico
ico Mexico again to start In a telefjlm
strias titled, "Assignment in Mex Mexico."
ico." Mexico." As an untold pilot film, it
was "Assignment in Las Vegas"
with Ann playing a press agent.

Now she'll be a press agent in

Mexico City. Sponsors frowned on
the Las Vega background for

home screen entertainment.

"Aw, you guys make me sick
you think just because the Rus

sians dance sittino down they
can't invent an H-bomb." .
Mala Powers landed the leadine-

lady role opposite Scott Brady in
"The Man From Abilene." .
Desi Arnez is hatching another

teaiure movie, Don bquixote.
And Desi may play the title role.

Deal Martin and Jerry Lewis

raised their W,000,000 lawsuit
against NBC to $4,000,00 in an
amended complaint. Just tike
the $44,000 Question Show, even
lawsuits have higher hlateaus
these days.

It's 12 years of marriage for

Jerry Lewis and his Patti .

fi.:ne Austin, the Elvis Presley of

t c.u.y 30 s, wll do his own
f lrs! in his filmbiography. But
: a tor Gene hopes it will be
J S t e i g e r will play the
3M' talking about signing
J i t f) o n a t for its telefilm
: "Gopriby, Mr. Chips," He
H i In the movie years ago.
. . Shovels, turn in two months
( tile Stewart Granger-Jean
i nous home on .their 66,000, 66,000,-j
j 66,000,-j ranch near Silver City,
I cn. They plan to spend at
k.ut five months a year there.

Hollywood version of a strip
ter : Cyd Charissa Will shake off
7.".CfO beads in a strip tease dance

for "Silk Stockings." No, Myrtle,1
not one at a time, even though
p -vies are getting longer every
day.

Wendell Corey's 12-year-old
daughter, Robin, is battling

rheumatic fever. She may be

bedded for a year.
If Susan Strasberg looks extra
wistful in "Stage Struck," it's
because she broke off the love
match with composer Dick Adler.
Parental objection, I hear .
Audrey Hepburn is free of her
obligations to the British film
company that started her soaring

to a star. Hubby Mel ferrer ad
vised her how to manage it.

, fiAComr on Bxtpqi,

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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In "The Pride and the Pas

sion," Cary Grant had to carry
both Sophia Lorn and Frank

Sinatra in different scenes. La
Loren weighed more than Frank.

I'm surprised Sal Mmee hasn't
yet inspired a young actor to call
himself Sal Hepatica.

Someone asked Milton Berle's

brother, ..Phil: "What do you hear
from Milton?" Replied Phil:

'Not a cent."

Diana Dors' hubby. Dennis;
HfrmlRon, now denies he told

urii'sti sen irs me star couia
huriiv wait until she returns to
England. She goes back for one
film oniy, and then it's Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood again.
A Forthcoming stanxa of Edgar
Bergen's TV quiz show will fea feature
ture feature three contestants all named
Charlie McCarthy . .'Georoe
Jcssol flipped It during an argu argument
ment argument about the critical world
situation:

FOOT ITCH
QUICK1Y CURBED
Do your feerMteh o badly that they
nearly drive you eraxy? Doe the akin
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OUSTED Honduras Chief of
State Dr. Julio Lozano Diaz
(above) was overthrown by a
military triumvirate which
seized power in a bloodless
coup at Tegucigalpa. An offi official
cial official announcement said Gen.
Roque Rodriguez, Col. Hector
Crrraccioll and Maj. Roberto
Galvez have taken over con control
trol control of the government

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today's hand. Mickey Miller of
Toronto found the winning line of
play because there was only one

distribution that could give him a

chance. He played for that distri

bution, and his dream came true.

Mickey took it for granted that
West's double was based on the

queen of trumps and both missing
kings. An expert wouldn't have
doubled even with all three high
cards, but the point was that even
the optimistic West player

wouldn t have doubled with less.

Mickey saw that he could throw

West in with the queen of spades
and make him lead away from
one of his kings. This would not

however, be enough. He needed a
4-3 break in hearts to produce
four tricks in that suit. This would
give him four hearts, four trumps,

two other aces and the queen of

whichever suit West could be

forced t olead. The total was still

only 11 tricks unless South could

also ruff something in the dummy.

In short. Mickey had to execute

his throw-in play While he still had

A-x-x in both clubs and dia

monds. If West then had to lead
away from a king, declarer would
take the queen and ace and would

still be able to ruff his other low

card in the dummy.

After coming to this conclusion,
Miller won the first trick with the
ace of hearts, discarded a club on
the king of hearts, and ruffed a

heart. He could not afford to

take a second discard.

Then ne cashed" two top spades

and gave West his spade trick

West had to lead away from a

king, and the rest of the play went

according to plan.
PAINTING SEASON

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (UP)
Crushed peach or apricot seeds
are used to clean huge steam
turbines at the General Electric

Company. The seeds are mixed
with aluminum oxide and the so solution
lution solution is used to remove rust and
oxidized metal from turbine ro

tors. The aluminum oxide clings
to the crushed seeds and acts as
an abrasive, while -be seeds serve

to keep the dust down.

(PA-O Joseph R. Cunningham, General Manager of Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama, announced today the promotion of Rammies
Halwany, former Front Office Manager to Floor Assistant
Manager. Pedro J. YUarino, former Room Clerk, was promoted
to Front Office Manager. These promotions reflect the man management's
agement's management's policy of promoting local men to executive positions
when possible.
"We are pleased to be able to promote from within" stated
Mr. Cunningham, "And to see Panamanian boys equipping
themselves for executive positions in this hotel."
Both Halwany and Vallarino, set their sights on a hotel
career when El Panama opened its doors in 1951. It was not
long after that they were employed there, and became in intrigued
trigued intrigued with hotel work.

Active children burn op m
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digestible ROYAL GELATIN
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between meals.
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Mississippi Bolts Demos;
Thinks South Join Em

JACKSON, Miss. Oct. 25 (UP (UP-Rep.
Rep. (UP-Rep. John Bell Williams of Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi looked to fellow Southern
congressmen today to defend him
from possible Democratic Party
retaliation for bolting to the
States' Rights Party and abandon abandoning
ing abandoning Adlai Stevenson.

Potsdam Papers Hay
Not Get Published
Before Elections
W'SHINGTON, Oct. ,25 (UP)
The State Department has given
up hope of publishing the official
papers on the Potsdam conference
and the fall of China before tht
Nov. 6 election, informed sources
said todav.

The documents, which the de

partment originally intended to
release early last summer, prob probably
ably probably would have figured promi

nently in the presidential cam

paign naci tney oeen puoiisnea on
schedule.
But officials said they are being
held up pending clearances from
other governments involved and
from agencies within the U.S.
government.
The papers were ordered pub published
lished published shortly after President
Eisenhower took office in 1953. So
far, only one volume has been
published an account of the
Yalta meeting between the late
President Roosevelt, Britain's Sir
Winston Chu.chill and the late
Soviet boss Josef Stalin.
The State Department had told
Congress it intended to publish
before last June 30 additional
volumes dealing with World War
II meetings at Potsdam, Tehran
and Cairo and the first part of a
massive 10-volume series on the
Communist victorv in China.

But officials said it is now

clear that the next volume in tht
wartime conference series deal
ins with the Potsdam moptino

cannot be published until some

time next year.
They said there la a chance the
opening v o 1 u m e of th fhin.

series may be published late next

momn.
The China naners ar aura tn

touch off a new political wrangle

over wnemer or not the United
States could have saved General Generalissimo
issimo Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist-forces
from being ousted by
the Communists. ..T
The Republicans have long con contended
tended contended Chiang could have been
saved if the Democratic admin administrations
istrations administrations had played their cards
right. The Democrats have said
the matter was beyond U. S.
control.

Expensive Consideration
NILES, Mich. (UP ) John
Rayburn stopped his car to avoid
running over a snake crossing the
highway.' Another motorist plow plowed
ed plowed into the rear of Rayburn's car,
in a subdivision recently approved

wiliiama in a television broad

cast Monday night announced his
bolt because of the Democrats'
civil rights stand. He said he ex expects
pects expects Southern colleagues to pro-
Vor'uiem to fail to rally to the
side of one being made a martyr
to their own cause would render
them unworthy to continued rep representation
resentation representation of their people,' he
said. .
Williams apparently based his
plea on the assumption that other
Southern congressmen share his
dissatisfaction with the civil rights
stand of Stevenson and also that
the Democrats will "discipline"
Williams for his action.
Williams said be realized hs
move may mean the end of hs
political career. One part of the
stake is his chairmanship of the
House Commerce Committee,
which party "discipline" might
take from him.
"I am expendable," he said,
"and if fate should decree that
retirement should be the price I
must pay for refusing to betray
my conscience, then I shall return
to private life. ."
Rut Williams indicated he does

not believe his move will be po po-iftiealtv
iftiealtv po-iftiealtv detrimental because, he

said, the Democrats cannot or

0sni7 thp House and senate

without the help of Southern
pnn ijraffm en.

Williams said he bolted to the

Riehters because both the

nemnrratir residential candidate

and President Eisenhower have

favored enforcement oi scnooi in integration
tegration integration in the South.
Roth candidates, he said, have

"resolved publicly thai vthey will

use the full force oi me executive
branch to compel the integration
of white and Nesro children."

He announced his support of
what he called the "independent

Democratic electors, a mira

slate Qualified in Mississippi un

der the States Rights Party

name. The party said it win back

T. Coleman Andrews for pres
dent

This party hopes by preventing
either mainr nolitiral nartv from

getting a clear majority to throw

the selection of the President into
the House of Representatives,
where the South might have the

deciding voice.

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Presents Zoo Gifts
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UP)
A Pitsburgh housewife who likes
to bring 'em bade alive has pre presented
sented presented the National Zoo with 26
golden dendrobates auratus and
a blue toucan.
The 33-year-old housewife, Mrs.
W. G. H. Latham, caught the den dendrobates
drobates dendrobates and the toucan during a
recent hunting expedition to the
Colombian jungles. She passed
them on to the National Zoo Mon Monday.
day. Monday. For those who didn't know:
A dendorbate is a little orange
frog that secretes a fatal poison.
A toucan is a bird about the size
of a small chicken with a big

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PRESENTS

Today, Thursday, Oct. 25
4:00 Feature Review
4 so What t Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests tazen by phone
till 3:00)

6:10 News
6:35 What's Your F a v o r i tt
(cont'd i
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL) ctJrt0ma
6:16 pLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pbst Beer)
6:60 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From VM.
8:00-Blteabethan Theater v
8:30 Take It From Here
6:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
fin T-ant

10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan

ama

10:45 Temple Of Dreama
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 66
AJM.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:90 Morning Safon Concert
6:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille

6:00 News
6:15 Sacred Heart
8:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A I

(Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 Spins and Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by
phone till 8:30)
11:00 News
11:05 Spins And Needles
(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
P.M.
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M 8LACH R1NO MUSI MUSICAL
CAL MUSICAL (Nescafe)
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:16 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Ploneerg
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians

8:00 Hank snow And His

Rainbow Ranch Boys
lofiuteFor Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Fvorite (re (re-quests
quests (re-quests taken by phone
5:30 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the week
(WRUL)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater

7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
8:00 You Asked For It (re-

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Archbishop MaiiUevi
General AseemMy
Meeting Tomorrow
The regular monthly business
meeting of Archbishop Maiztegui
General Assembly, Fourth Degree
Knights of Columbus, will be held
at 7:45 p.m. at the home of Cris-

! tobal Council No. 1646 in Margari Margarita
ta Margarita tomorrow.

The members who wish to at attend
tend attend the dinner' which normally
precedes the meeting will get to together
gether together at the Cristobal Yacht Club
at 6:15. It is requested that all
members be on time so as not to
delay the opening of the meeting.
Those travelling from the Pacific
Side wiil be met at the Mount
Hope Railroad Station for trans transportation
portation transportation to the Yacht Club.
Club Meets Tonight
The Travel Group of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean College Club will hold their
first meeting this evening at 7:90
at the Red Cross Building.
Colored slides will be shown by
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Krziza of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa of their round the world trip.
All members and friends of the
dub are invited to attend this
meeting.

Nurses Association
The Annual Conventton of the
Isthmian Nurses Association will
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
on November 7, at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are available now and
may be obtained by contacting
Miss Marie Weber, Tel. -2-1 7 8 3;
Mrs. Julia Cheatham, Tel. 2-6556;
Mrs. Evelyn Koperski, Tel. 3-2791.
All nurses are Invited to attend.
Sports Car Club
an ennrtx par enthusiasts are in

vited to attend a meeting at the!

Diablo Clubhouse tonight Oct. 25
at 8:30 p.m. to discuss plans for
forming a sports ear club.
GEM AND MINERAL SOCIETY
The Canal Zone Gem and Mine Mineral
ral Mineral Society will hold thei regular
meeting Friday at 7:30 p. m. in
Building No. 57 In the Pier Area,
Balboa. Committees will be ap appointed
pointed appointed and plans and activites
for the coming year discussed.
Each member is asked to bring a
specimen, rough or finished, for
display and discussion at this
meeting.
TRAVEL GROUP
Members of 'tfca. Travel Group
of the Caribbean College Club
are reminded of fe first meeting
of the year at 7:30 p. m. tonight
at the Cristobal Red Cross Room.
Mr anH Mrs T.pn Kriziza will

show their colored slides and lec

ture on their trip around t n e
world.
All college club members and
friends of the club are cordially
invited to attend this meeting.

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MISS MILDRED DAMERAU whose marriage to Mr. Walton
Preston Sellers will take place at the Ft. Amador Chapel to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Mlsi Damerau is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
J. Damerau of Curundu.
CHARTER MEMBERS WILL ADDRESS COLLEGE CLUB
AT FALL LUNCHEON AT HOTEL TIVOLI, SATURDAY
Mrs. I. F. McUhenny and Mrs. W. L. Newland. charter
members of the Canal Zone College Club will give a program
at the Annual Fall Luncheon, which the Clnb will hold at
the Tivoli Guest House, Saturday.
This luncheon is open to all members, their guests and
college women on the Isthmus.

quests taken by phone

till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00-Sign Off.

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Italian Ambassador
Fetes Caotaln

Of Minesweeper
The Italian Ambassador and
Mrs. Ricardo Moscati gave a

luncheon at the Embassy resi residence
dence residence Sunday in honor of the Cap Captain
tain Captain and officers of the Italian

minesweeper "Salmone," which
was visiting here. ;
Large. Crowd
Expected At IAWC Tee
A large crowd was expected to
attend the Inter-American Wom Women's
en's Women's Club Tea, slated for this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Hotel El Panama.

The tea is in honor of Mrs. r

nests de la Guardia, wife of
President of Panama.

diers, a hobby horse and manv

other toys to delight the heart of
the amulatory patient.
For the bed patients there were

inflatable and rubber toys.
Most popular purchase was

playpen to be installed beside

nurses' desk to give nurses ta

opportunity te observe the
tienta at olav.

For the Chest Ward 10 woodaa

bed trays and picturecraft equitp

men; were prwiueu ivr auuu pa patients.
tients. patients. Children received dolls and
coibrmg books and crayons.
Members who attended w e r
Mesdames Ruth Hanley, Laura de

Atha l.ouise Bertoli. Marion Cos-

grove, Hene Dougherty, Martha

Harlmaii, cuuiy newiw. Margue

rite Hirschmann. Bobbie Hughes,
Dorothy Kohl, Martha Llanes, Ana
Prier, Thora Smith, Gladys Wiley,
Yola Bell, Eligis Cedefio, Janet
Martinez, June McGlynn, Ingrid
Micelsen (hostess). Janet Woods,
Sylvia Trent, Lila Strumpf, Phyflla
Mnntamri T.d Bruce. Rita Bar

fger, Cwmie Gerrans, Doris Oster-

berg. Kutn Brown, jeuye ourse,

Ruth Eastman, Sarah Hoik, Gla

dys Rul Lan Patricia Kane, Jane
Ten Eyck, Sarah Morris. Lois Or-

bah, Kly rui, riym aeymonr,
Anne Haspole, Sue Turlington, Do Dolores
lores Dolores Petz, Eva Graza, Resdea
Wilson. Mary Anghn, Janet Wek.
Roirer v T0ers Charlotte Nich

ols, Neil Fingerhutt, Barbate

Stubbs, rean aimms, jean

man and May utowscy. l
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) ,'
' :
Ava Won't Marry,
I've Cot A Hubby
HOME, Ocl. 25 fat ) Avt
Gardner told newsmen here today
that she couldn't marry Italian
comedian Walter Chiari even if
she wished because legally she
still is Mrs. Frank Sinatra..
"I am a Protestant and an
American citizen," Mias Gardner
said. "Our laws permit divorce
and remarriage, but they do not
permit j a woman to have twe
husbands and I still have one'
The romance rumors circulated
last week, when 'Chiari took Miss
Gardner to Milan to meet his
family.

Today, however, she boarded a
plane for Madrid and there was
no indication how soon she plana
to return to this country.

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

Mrs. Frank Smith
Elected President
Of Doctors' Wives' Club
Mrs. Thora Smith was

president of the Doctors' Wives'
Club a coffee at Albrook Officers'
Club yesterday t morning. The nfcw
vice president is Mrs. Olga Wood Woodman,
man, Woodman, secretary, Mrs. Jane Ten
Eyck and treasurer Mrs. Yola
Bell.
The outgoing officers were Mrs.
Ruth Hanley, preside n t, Mrs.
Pearl Sims, vice president and
Mrs., Dorothy Kohl, secretary-treasurer.
Before the' election Mrs. Tlene
Dougherty displayed the items
purchased for Gorgas Hospital by
the group from the proceeds of
the Doctors' Wives' Fashion show.
For the prediatric playroom
there were dolls, tanks, toy sol-

WHEN Mrs. P. was eight years

old, she discovered the answer -to

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became clear.

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testing protesting her right to go to bed later-
than her sister. She no longer
fought for the Sunday comics with

her little brother. On her moth

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'consider others," never herself
and indeed won much praise for

this effort.
BUT this training in self-denial,

though a great convenience to

Mrs. P.'s family, has been a
great inconvenience to Mrs. P.

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serve herself, it's given her a chro chronically
nically chronically defiant child.

The other day her ll-year-year-old
Connie flatly refuted to make
her bed. Did her mother make It?
If you think so, you, don't know
what training in phony altruism
can do to us, Mrs. P. didn't dare
make Connie's bed. She didn't
dare give first consideration to her
wish to get the chore done; she
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brother, so today it was over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed by duty to her own
child.
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before herself, Mrs. P. first tried
to force obedience by threatening
her. When this failed, she burst
out at the girl in angry, helpless
attack on her "laimess."
THE result was a headache, not
a made bed.
A child who knows We fear te
serve our own wishes before his
also serves us unwillingly. He be begrudges
grudges begrudges giving to us because we
begrudge giving to ourselves.
If I do not fear serving myself,
I respond simply, immediately
and directly to Connie's defiance.
I rise from my chair, saying plea pleasantly,
santly, pleasantly, "Very well. If you won't

make your bed for yourself, I'll

have to make it for you. R i gh t
now, what I want is a made bed
more than I want an obedient

child." And without, reproach or
anger, go upstairs to render my

self this service.
The less fear there is in me.

the sooner will come the call,

"Come down here, Mother! Ill
make my, bed. for goodness" sake.
Mother, please wait. .

The) lecre)t'i

In the

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THTRSDAY. OCTOBER 55. 1954

TBK UHW 4

Social and Otli

Rhinelanti in Aever Reioin

erwise --- --

Mfe; wocf it in Pivw

J.

Robert Cermard
Cematete YMr
Of travel
Cadet Mirishmmen Robert

Conaard, son of Mrs. Gertrude
Coaurd of Cristobal recently re returned
turned returned to the United States Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Marine Academy at Kings

Point, New York after s

year of sea duty abo

During his training period at sea
Cadet-Midshipman Connard visit visited
ed visited ports in Colombia, Peru, Chile,
Honduras, Union of South Africa,
Portuguese East Africa and Brit British
ish British East Africa.

American Merchant Marine

sals.

I -nnn graduation in 1958 the will

iding a receive a license as itura umcer,

various 'a Bachelor of Science degree and

ves-

commission as Ensign u the Unit

ed States INavat Reserve.

His year at sea was a regular
Sart of the curriculum at the Aca Aca-emy.
emy. Aca-emy. It gives the Cadet-Midship-ansn
an nnnortunitv to learn at

first band about the ships upon
which he will later serve as an of officer.
ficer. officer. His remaining two years of
the four year course will be pur pursuit
suit pursuit of a rigorous academic sched
ill. H th mtlitarv trainme ner-

T sou uaw m

sea.

Art League Member
Get Ready For Show
Members of the Canal Zone Art
League and others who wish to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit in the Community Art Show,
which is scheduled to open Nov.
at the Tivoli Guest House are
completing their work this week,
entries for the snow at the Hotel
Tivoli Friday and Saturday of this

week.

Last '56 Concert
Scheduled Friday
Honoring President
A very succesful musical season
will end Friday, when the National
Orchestra will feature the 6th
and las concert of 1956 series.
The concert is in honor of His
excelency, President Ernesto de la
Cuarifla Jr and Mrs. Mercedes

la r.nardia. and hich officials

from Panama and Canal Zone will

also attend this Gala evening.
Th amrrlm inrlnrie Dr. Mann

1 Diaz, Panamanian tenor, in ex excerpts
cerpts excerpts from Tosca, Le Favorite,
and Martha, accompanied by the
orchestra. Dr. Diaz has a magni magnificent
ficent magnificent record in local and foreign
circles, and he is top, in operatic
arias. Mozart, Fatau and Donizetti
are very well knowy by Dr. Diaz.
' Mozart's Concerto in D Minor,
for piano and orchestra, is the
main number in the program
Daniel Ericourt. is the soloist.
Numerous Canal Zone residents
had the opportunity to h e a r
Ericourt in a Chopin Recital last
Tuesday, at National Theatre.
And these same residents, and
many more, will attend next
Friday's concert, just to spend
an evening hearing and seeing
Ericourt top performance. Mozart
omen is of extreme beauty and
sweetness, and Ericourt has had
play this master piece in many
occasions. He is very much satis satisfied
fied satisfied with the orchestra's rehear rehearsals
sals rehearsals which under Herbert De
Castro's baton, is Improving on

eaoh presentation.
Ah usual besides the subscribers

may other. Canal Zone residents

sit aj)fgfrarvtg tickets,, by
c alling Fma. Arts Deptmeht. lel-2-0258.
Ticket office at the Na National
tional National Theatre will not be open
unitl Friday afternoon.

Pan-American Festival
Chorus Rehearsal
The Pan-American Festival
rhnnic witi meet this evening at

7:30 p.m. ia the auditorium oi ine

USO-JWB Buiiaiag, L.a bocb
Balboa. There will be a reahearsal

nf Thanksgiving and Lnnsimas

music. All service personnel, a a-dult
dult a-dult members of their families,
residents of the Canal Zone and of
the Republic. of Panama interest interested
ed interested in choral singing are cordially
invited to participate.

nnmi lift m riTPi rni.

rierlsreri t n d a v that r.prmanv

never will be reunited as long

as West Germany maintains it

membersoip in me Atlantic pan

.. I r

ana us insistence on rree au

German elections.

A Soviet note made nuhlie here

said West Germany might he able

in achieve come nroereas toward

reunification by negotiating with
m. a a i A

tne communists, out warned tne
Reds will never relax their grip
on East Germany.
The fTWe, replying to a western
demand fnr sneedv action on re

unification, made it clear that the

Russians will consent to German
unity only on their own terms

if at afl.

(Communist chief' Nikita S.

Khrushchev told French ex-
Pi-ecident Vinnent Anrinl in Mna-

recently that Russia will not

permit reunification of Germany

under any conations.)

The Soviet note revealed also
that Russia intends to limit East
f.trmanv to an all-volunteer armv

of 90 ooo men. Present West Ger

man plans can for an army of
500,000 men made up largely of

drattees.
It was particularly uncompro-

micinv in its reiertinn nf the idea

of free elections keystone of

western unity plans.

"The aitnatinn in Rurone and in

Get many itself has changed fund fundamentally,''
amentally,'' fundamentally,'' the note said, "for

this reason, discussions about a

reunified ftermanv as a result Of

all-German elections no longer
have anv factual basis. At the

nresent moment the conditions

or can-vine out such elections in

Germany do not exist.

"Today, the Question of German

reunification is nrimarilv a Ques

tion nf a change in the Dolitical

course of the government of the
. n I. It

(west) uerman reaerai nepuouc,
which is leading to transformation

of West Germany into the source

of a new war and reaction in

Europe. It is also a question of
the coming together of the two

states and the achievement OI an

agreement between the (Red)
German Democratic Republic and
the German Federal Republic."

The Russians were critical of
West Germany's refusal to ack acknowledge
nowledge acknowledge the existence of the

Communist regime, saying that it

ia "contrary to the patriotic tra tradition
dition tradition of the German people and
its burning drive for reunification
of Its homeland."

Faulty Driving

By Teenagers
Blamed On Parents

UnCAGo! Oct. 25 UP. A
college student told the Nation!

tntiy congress loaay mat par-
a j l i

ems touia soive ine .cait.c urtv urtv-irvr
irvr urtv-irvr u'cblem by "example instead

u (Vrfsperauon and ki'dance in

lead of gripes."

Mar laa Mcinders II a fresh.

man at Carthage College. Par

thage III niamen tne hart nun-

ncny teen-agers receive on a tew

kids who just navent grown up."
em si m x ia wis i a a

me Metropolis, in gin saia
she does not believe all or even
most teen-agers are "simply and

entirely rocx ana roiiers.
"Believe it or not. I know eirls

even younger than I," she said
"who can hear and even see Elvis
Presley without screaming,
shrieking or swooning."
Miss Meinders placed the blame
for much bad teen-age driving on
parents who set a bad example.

Bon Vwant Club

Dance To Be 'Best'

Of Current Season

The-Bon Vlvant Social Club's
inauguration dance which will
tor niace at the casino Vina

del Mar in San Francisco Satur

day night will be tne oesi- -loween
affair of the season, a
club apokesman promised "today.
The newly organised group,
whose object is to promote well well-organiaed,
organiaed, well-organiaed, and enjoyable social
activities has obtained the serv

ices of Angeio jaspe ai u
"Super" orchestra which will
provide music from 8 pan- until
The club has suggested that in invitee
vitee invitee use any type of sports or
costume apparel for the com-

p etely lniormai o".
and gifts will be distributed a-
mong the guests.
Gentlemen will be charged $3.
persons without invitations will

not be admittea.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1J54
few Super Grid Conference Under Consideration

PAH AHA AMERICA AH OTDCPENDBfr DAILY HIWSPAP0

8 Of Greatest Football
Powers Would Form Group
With 1960 As Target Date
SAN FRANCISCoTOctls (UP)-A new "su "super"
per" "super" football conference, including eight of the
greatest collegiate gridiron powers in the nation, is
under consideration today with a target date for for formation
mation formation around 1960.

mm -i i

Unite I f UCLA ind Willis 0. Hunter of

JSC both denied any discussions

n the proposed cross-couniry

- The conference, the

Prpss teamed exclusively, woulo

include such great teams as Notre

Dame, Army, Wavy, riw, una
km., th npw Air Force Acad

emy in Colorado and UCLA and
Southern California from the West

Coast.
The conference' has been pro proposed
posed proposed by representatives of East Eastern
ern Eastern schools to take the place of
ast opponents who now are tied
lip in round-robin schedules in the

Iv v League, me ig uu

Jlacific Coast Conference.
A..r..rh On Conference

Col. Robert V. WhiUow, athletic
rfirortnr at the U.S. Air Force

Aeademy, said he had been ap
Soached on the proposed confer
ence but lid not reveal whe
'nnrnsrhed him.

"It has been mostly in the na nature
ture nature of sounding out so far," said
eol. Whitlow. He said that there
were several factors involyed in
Wether the Ajr Force team would

ne interested in juuuuk. vu
11mm was tJic time element.

Air Force Academy would
mt-be ready for such competition
Wr several vears." he said.

f At Pittsburgh, Athletic Director

ipt. rom Hamilton saw.

I can't say yes or no awui

i n nc surh an oreamauon ai

is time, because nothing is very

tacrete. However, we are Keep

lit an ooen mina to sucn an

an

Kit- ... L

Hamilton Receptive

Ha mil ton admitted he was re-

tptive to tne iaea oi naving rut

ok up with a lootoau conter-

Bce.

"There have been recent discus-

ons in regard to Pitt joining var

us proposed conference,' he

"We've given a great deal

-thought to such proposals, but

would run into difficulty with

time element"

itt, like most other schools, has

scheduled filled for the next

ree years. Proponents of the

conference, however, do not plan

brganiation until 1960 or later.

Coach Red Blaik of the Army

laid the plan for the conference
.was first broached two years ago.

thorities at West Point shier Wat

pme," be added.

' Several of (he other schools
deny ever having considered such

conference.
Deny. Discussions

ffAtbletic directors Wilbur Johns

1

oop. However, despite tne aeniais,
here is strong reason to believe

that they have been contacted.

There have been indications ever

since the Pacific Coast Conference
slapped a fine oh the two schools
and banned them from the Rose
Bowl for "under the table" pay

offs to athletes that they have

been considering withdrawal from

the PCC.

Moose Krause, athletic director

at Notre Dame, said he had not

been contacted. He refused to

comment on whether the Irish
would be interested in such a
league.

But a reliable source said that

Notre Dame, Pitt and Army al

ready had signified their aooroval

for the conference if Naw

u

woum approve.

But Navy reportedly has turned

t num ds down on the proposal.

GUN CLUB
NOTES

ihode Island Reds
lefeat AL Hockev

All-Star Team 4-0

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (UP)-The

He Island Reds were mbilant

lay following their 4-0 defeat nf

We league's finest for the first

te in the third annual American

ay League All Star game,
ssy netminder Johnnv Bower.

Hflao was the league's most valua valuable
ble valuable player in 1955, turned back re

peated All Star assaults through through-ttt
ttt through-ttt the game Tuesday night, and

am one mree minute period in the
tjeond atana madze five great
.tim Bartlett was the first to
dent the net as he scored on a
pass midway through the first pe pe-apd.
apd. pe-apd. Camille Henry, on loan from
tfce New York Rangers for the
game, followed right behind in the
apUe period.

The Balboa Oun nlnh and th

Canal Zone police had another
monthly shoot at the Balboa po police
lice police range and everyone had a
good time. The scores were not
as high individually a8 some in
tne cast but over nil ki.i,..

than usual.
Bob Engelke was Individual
mgh man for the match while
Vegnt waa high for
the Balboa Oun Club. One of the
high points of this match was
that several new shooter nri

several of the old reliable, who
fiave been resting on their lau-
tU-JT. back competition.
Individual scores-

Gun Club

uene vegna
C. L. Mclvalne
Victor Morean

Wayne Lucas

Marty Marion
Resigns Job

With Chisox

CHICAGO, Oct. 25 (UP)
Marty Marion resigned today
as manager of the Chicago
White Sox.
He said he felt the club,
which finished third, should
have made a 'better showing"
In the 1956 pennant race.
Marion's resignation came

as a surprise.
He said he felt he should
step aside so that the Sox
would be free to appoint a
new manager.
Marion said he reached hfe
decision with regret because
be likes Chicago and its fans,
but he sa'd he felt the move
was in the best Interests of the
elub.
The club announced accept acceptance
ance acceptance of Marion's resignation
and said It would fulfill its ob obligation
ligation obligation to him under the
terms of his 1957 contract. He
had a two-year contract, but
his salary never was made
public.
The Sox sa;d no successor
has yet been considered.

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

MNGSIZE Milt Campbell appears to be up against an insurmountable hurdle durma the
Olympic. Preview at California's Edwards Stadium in Berkeley, but it's only because of
i the camera angle. Indiana's all-round athlete, now in the Navy, tipped this last barrier to ftn ftn-I
I ftn-I ish third behind Lee Calhoun, right, of North Carolina College and Duke's Joel Shankle
f second from right. Calhoun won in 13 8.

. . j

194
190

18ft

N. P.

s. b. Duke

' jenner.f. rift

P. Anderson i2;

D. Anderson ... " ,n
. u CZ. Police'
Bob Engelke m
Sid Hayes
Tony Roessler .... i?o
C. priest
Lit. Howerth ...'.'""' 17
N. Little . $2
Ed Husum .,..' 72
Sgt. W. Alvis m
Lt. s. Trail 2,
Sgt. M. Levee M
J. Kincaid ka
J. Demming I53
The next police shoot will be
I DOV SCOUt hpnofit mVi

'the shooters divided Into groups

r""u"'? 10 ao"y 10 nre based
on pastTmown scores. Prizes
Will He awarded in aoo.

pe above shoot is expected to
be held Nov. n, 9 a.m., at the
Baibao Police range, it is also
rumored thalt thew m ,,.

Jmckleg off breed Tennessee Tur Turkey
key Turkey Shoot following. However,
watch this newspaper for future

announcements.
Don't foraet the nnihn.

Club Annual meeting and elec-

nuii 01 umcers xo be held Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 nm at. tha

Diablo Clubhouse. All members
are urged to attend, remember

you might win one of the door
prises.-

Wrestling Program

Set Sunday Night
Al Panama Gym

A troun of international wrest

lers, scheduled to participate in
their first local program Sunday
night at the Panama Gym, were

expected to arrive at Tocumen

airport today.

These pro grapplers hail from

Peru, Chile, Colombia, Brasil and

Mexico.

Five -of them will see action

Sunday. Panama's Shad.ow
meets Chile's Phantom. The
Scorpion tackles the Assassin

(both will be masked).

The Colombian Gypsy takes
on the Moor from Peru in the

main event.
A foufrwund boxing prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary will get the card underway.

Durocher Hopes To Cap Career
By Breaking Yank Domination

Santa Gruz Sports

Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 8:15 diablo hts. 7:n
Alr-Conditioned Clifton Webb
A J a, "TITANIC"
fcfj itoHAYWOilTHA
11 Urm RAWHIDE TEARS"
( JU titWO Friday "Qulncannon. Frontier
i AjrA'XLm Scout,
NaafSr'."!-"""Ga! MARGARITA 6:15 7:45
Alex Nicol
"HEAT WAVE"
Friday "Last Frontier" Friday "Rawhide Years"

CRISTOBAL
Alr-Conditloned
7:10

Van Johnson Joseph Cotten
"BOTTOM OF THE BOTTLE"
Fri. "ON THE THRESHOLD OF SPACE'1

PARAISO 6:15 6:26
"LUCY GALLANT"

SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:25
"There's No Business Like
Show Business"

CAMP B1ERD 6:15 8:05 "TARGET ZERO"

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By GILBERTO THORNE

Santa Cruz's Intermediate
Basketball League was played
Into a three-way tie when Com Com-binado
binado Com-binado defeated Gallito 47-36
Monday. Paced by Wilfred War Warren's
ren's Warren's furious twenty-point at attack
tack attack on a defenseless basket,
Combinado pained their fourth

win In the three-team league.
Seise and Saintain each scored

10 points for the losers. The

league will continue tonight

with parallel and Gallito slated

to vie for supremacy.

Standings to date:
Won Lost Ave.

Gallito 4 4 .500

Combinado 4 4 .500

Parallel 4 4 .500

Clendon Thomas

GETS THERE Clendon
Thomas, Oklahoma's right half halfback,
back, halfback, is thoroughly familiar with
opponents' end zones.

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Capitan Segura and Deportivo

Moroto are still locked m a tie
for first place in the Santa Cruz

Independent Girl's voueyoau

League. The Segura team nas

relied largely on tne lerrinc
slams of Iris chambers and

Florence Morgan to maintain
their steady winning pace. The

terrific Dlayinar ability and

bounding energy of Captain De

lores Peterkln, Linda Winters,
and Myrtle Powell also olayed a

great nart In their victories. The

Intensity of play has caused
some wonder on the part of
fans.

Moroto has been using sheer

force of oower to match segu segu-ra's
ra's segu-ra's stride. Lethal weanons of

attack are represented in Cap Captain
tain Captain "Chubbv" Malcolm, Sarah
Ramsey. Dorothv Josenh and
voland Toppln. Joyce Lawrence,
Elma Stewart and other new newcomers
comers newcomers profit greatly from the
comoany and wisdom of these
celebrated athletes and often
come through with their own
remarkable contributions to victory.

Rene Luclanl suffers from lack

of experienced players. Joyce
Holness, Delfina Duncan, Agnes
Blades, Fave Thome, Diana Ca Ca-rew
rew Ca-rew and the other voumr ath

letes Dlay well, but not wisely

ana mis is wnat usually beats
them, icllda Vigrier and Alma
Amantine, who should have sup supplied
plied supplied the assurance that playing
ability and determination will

win over brute force, now find it
inconvenient to attend games.
As a result of this, Jean Sobers
captains a third place team.
Eleanor McFarlane is forever
mauling and petting, cursing
and praising, snouting at or
pleading with her team, Depor Deportivo
tivo Deportivo Silen which has won just
one contest in the circuit. Allen,

Armstrong, St. Louis and the

other members of the team oft

en participate in the most excit

ing contests. On one occasion,

alien niayed Moroto for 20 mln

utes with neither side gaining a

point during this time. Many of

tne games played have gone be

yond the usual 15 noints.

Santa Cruz independent girl's

voueyoau league standings:
. Won Lost Ave,

capitan segura ... 8 2 .800

Deportivo Moroto . 8 2

ene Luclanl ..... 3 7 .300

Deportivo Sllen .... 1 9 .100

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Oct. 25
(UP) Leo Durocher flirted
today with the idea that he
could cap his career as the man
who broke the New York Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' domination of the Ameri American
can American League.
That possibility is a key, al although
though although hitherto undisclosed,
factor in Durocher's decision
whether to return to baseball as
manager of the Cleveland In Indians,
dians, Indians, it was learned today. The
same source also poitned out
that "Leo's friendship for Hank
Greenberg is genuine" and will
be an important factor.

"Durocher wants a lot of
money and he's going to insist
on owning stock, make no mis mistake
take mistake about that," the source
said. 'But don't forget he's never
beaten the Yankees. Doing so as

manager of the Indians would
be the climax of his career. And
there's nobody he'd rather do it
for than Greenberg."
Durocher started his major

SOOfleague career with the Yankees

imseoan. parents are asked to

cooperate with the reoresenta reoresenta-tives
tives reoresenta-tives as it is possible that wider
ranges of experience will b
opened to your children.
Santa Cruz's adult hnsimfkaii

piayers are planning a post-season
basketball t o u r n a ment

M-.neauiea to start on Wednes
day, Nov. L.

i'
Hi T7

The Santa Cruz Ladies Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary were among the most re recent
cent recent contributors to the cam campaign
paign campaign for payment of the 28 tro trophies
phies trophies and awards on display In
the Commissary. Several mem members
bers members of the community have al also
so also donated contributions rang ranging
ing ranging from 25 cents to the pur pur-chase
chase pur-chase price of one of the tro trophies.
phies. trophies. Additional contributions
would be appreciated.
Little League officials met at
Santa Cruz gym on Monday to
polish plans for the comlne sea season.
son. season. The league has a new or organization
ganization organization set up complete with
farm clubs, spring training,
team scouts nlaver aenti orH

hi Sh pect of organized Hollywood to discuss the matter

in 1928 but they let him go on
waivers after the 1929 season.
Ever since even when he was
"top man" in the National

League Leo has yearned to re

turn in triumph to Yankee Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. In taking a job as man manager
ager manager of the Indians could afford
Durocher a last opportunity.
Durocher a $50,000-a-year
executive with the National
Broadcasting Company, ad admitted
mitted admitted yesterday that he has
talked with Greenberg about
the vacant managerial post
with the Indians; ht insisted,
though, that he would return
to managing only if offered "a
piece of a club."
Durocher also confirmed that

Greenberg planned a trip to

NDrs Paul Hornung
Faces Tough Task

Against Oklahoma

NEW YORK (UP)-Paul Hor Hornung
nung Hornung of Notre Dame is riose to
ootbaD's individual ofionsivr: l-d-?rship
but he will be c ni ranted
this week w'th the task of lacing
Oklahoma's ball-control specialists.

ine senior quarterback snd

Maniord's John Brod.e are the
only players to have accounted f'ir
more than half their teams' offen

sive attacks.

nornung has torn loose i.r rf4

yards and lhrn tmifMnvnc Rrn

die leads the nation with 87S vards

nu eignt touchdowns.

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and added: "Hank and I have

been friends for 25 years. And I
don't see any reason why-if Mr.

Greenberg comes to Hollywood I
shouldn't see and talk with
hlni."
A source close to the front of office
fice office speculated that Greenberg
"may be so eager to sign Leo as
Cleveland manager that he
may even let Durocher have
some of his own stock"; an aide

ito commissioner Ford Frlck ex

plained that a manager could
own stock in a club provided
there was an iron-clad clause ex

plaining how he would dispose
of it if he shifted to another
club. i

The Indians were understood
to be leaning heavily toward

hiring Klrby Farrell, pennant pennant-winning
winning pennant-winning manager at their In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis farm club in the
American Association, until Du Durocher
rocher Durocher indicated during the
World Series in New York that
he would consider an offer.

Important .stockholders, it was

reported, immediately advised
Greenberg that they believed

Durocher would be the answer
to the Indians' problems. An Im Important
portant Important factor working against
Farrell is that the Indians' at

tendance fell off 400,000 this

year. It is argued that a "big
name" manager such as Duro Durocher
cher Durocher will be needed to recoup
those losses.

There are enfPcting reports
about Leo's association with
N.B.C. Some say he is happy;
others that "he is looking for
an out." One source said the
situation at N.B.C. "is wearing
pretty thin."
The 51-year-old Durocher led

the Dodgers to a pennartt in

1941 and piloted the Giants to

their "miracle .victory" in 1951

as well as a 1954 triumph capped
by a four-straight World Series
against the Indians. With seem seemingly
ingly seemingly no more baseball worlds to
conquer, Leo lost interest rapid

ly in 1955 and resigned at the

close oi

The Panama Marlin Club's
fifth annual marlin tournament
will get under way on Saturday,

Nov. 3, and end on Sunday, Nov.

n. Tnere are 110 sports fisher

men of Panama and the Canal

Zone entered In this tournament

to date wr;h additional entries
being received daily, if the large

numper oi entries is any indlca

tion, this should be the best

tournament ever and no doubt

Jie competition will be very

keen.

The entrance fee will be $15
for Marlin Club members, state stateside
side stateside entries, service Dersonnel

fishing from government owned

ooais, ano ?zo for non-members.
Of th $20 fee $15 will go for

tournament fees and $5 to the

club treasury. All entry fees

must be paid no later than Nov
1.

All contestants are urged to
thoroughly familiarize them

selves with the tournament rules

and fishing rules. The boat cap

tains should collect the entry
fees from their crew and pay

ihem to any member of the

tournament committee or the

club secretary at which time the
captain will be given a set of

tournament rules, fishing rules

and the necessary forms for use

during the tournament.
Below is a list of the prizes.
Largest marlin, 14 per cent
and trophy.
2nd largest marlin, 11 per
cent.
3rd largest marlin, 9 per cent.
4th largest marlin, 8 per cent.
5th largest marlin, 6 per cent.
Largest striped marlin or if
none caught 7th largest marlin,
4 per cent.
8th largest marlin, 3 per cent.

SauiMi
Largest sallfish, 6 per cent and
trophy.
2nd largest sailfish 5 per cent.
, 3rd largest sailfish, 4 per cent.
4th largest sailfish, 3 per cent.
5th largest sailfish, 2 per cent.
-. Dolphin
Largest dolphin. 3 per cent.
2nd largest dolphin. 2 Der

cent.

Other Species
(Mako only shark considered)

Largest other specie, 3 per
cent.
2nd largest other specie 2 per
cent.
3rd largest other specie, 1 per
cent.
Largest fish on 9 thread line,
4 per cent.

Largest fish on 6 thread line,

o per ceni.

lin.

Largest fish on 3 thread line,
2 per cent.
Governor of the Canal Zone'
Permanent Trophy

This Trophy presented for the
largest marlin caught during
the annual marlin tournament.
Special Prizes for Women Con Contestants
testants Contestants Donated by Esse Oil Co.
Largest fish caught by a wom woman,
an, woman, trophy.
2nd largest fish caught by a
woman, trophy.
3rd largest fish caught by a
woman, trophy.
nter-Service Prises
Service personnel fishing from
service boats only are eligible
for these prizes. Inter-service
competition starts on Nov. 2 and
fish caught that date can be
weighed by service boata, but
will be eligible lor inter-service
prizes only.
Marlin
Largest marlin, trophy.
3rd largest marlin, trophy.
4th largest marlin, trophy.
5th largest marli, trophy.
Largest striped marlin. or. if

none caught, 6th lareest mar-

trophy.

Sailfish
1st largest sailfish, trophy.
2nd largest sailfish, trophy.
3rd largest sallfish, trophy.
4th .largest sailfish, trophy.
Dolphin
1st largest dolphin, trophy.
2nd largest dolphin, trophy.
Amber jack
Largest aMberjaek, (trophy.
Other Specie
Largest other specie, trophy.
2nd largest other anecle tro

phy. ;

(Mako will be the onlv shark

considered in this rjass).

nara l,uck prize, trophy.
Most outstanding rnt.rh nf

tournament, trophy.
Boat Prises
Largest marlin, plaque.
Largest sailfish, plaque.
Largest other specie, plaque.
Anyone desiring information
in regard to the tournament or
payment of entry fees, may con contact
tact contact any of the following com committee
mittee committee members:
Theodore Schmidt, chairman,
2-3019.
Chubby Wright 2-2428, 2-2535.
Milton H. Wright, 2-2428.
ojhn McConaghy, 2-3010.
David Bishop, 2-1387.
Lt. Col. Paul C. Davis Army,
272-2139.
Lt. Col. Harry p. Wheaton Jr.

Air Force, 272-4148.

Audrey Bishop. Sec-Treas.. a-

1387.

Dodgers Gradually Regaining
Confidence of Japanese Fans

the season.

But now the Indians are of

fering a "new world" for Leo to
conquer the great Yankee dy

nastyand what could be more
tempting for Durocher?

TOKYO. Oct. 25 (UP) The

Brooklyn Dodgers are gradually
regaining the confidence of Jap Japanese
anese Japanese baseball fans. Their rec record
ord record now stands three victories
and two defeats.

But the fans are disappointed
that the, Bums have hit only
five homers in five games, two
by Roy Campanella, and one
each by Jackie Robinson. Gil

Hodges and Duke Snider.

Japanese baseball experts had

said the Dodgers packed greater
hitting power than the New
York Yankees and would hit

more roundtrippers than the
Yankees here last year.
The Yankees hit 31 homers
in 16 games. They clouted four
in their ffrst game, three by
Elston Howard and one by

xogt Berra, and two more in
the second game, a grand
slammer by Eddie .Robinson
and a three-run homer by An Andy
dy Andy Carey.
The Bums lost face last Sun Sunday
day Sunday when they lost their second
game in three starts. It marked
the first time that a major
league team had dropped two
games on a Japan tour. A for former
mer former Japanese professional team
manager said Japanese ball
players had nothing to learn
from the Dodgers.
Tokuro Konishi, former man manager
ager manager of the Schochibu Robins
baseball clllh and a ennrta Mm.

mentator however, has risen to

tne aerense of the Dodgers. He
ascribed the Dodeers' defeats to

fatigue and said Japanese ball

the Bums.
Commenting on the Dodgers
1-0 victory over the Yomiurl Gi Giants
ants Giants Tuesday at Sapporo, Hok Hokkaido,
kaido, Hokkaido, Konishi said, "The Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers showed me plenty when they
did not hesitate to bench such
star players as Pee Wee Reese
and Jim Gilliam when they were
considered to be in noor condt
tion."
"The Dodgers haven't been a a-ble
ble a-ble to show their full strength
In tb games thus far but they
have taught us plenty," Konishi
said. "We must never forget that
the Dodgers are weaker than
the Dodgers who played in the
National League season. The
fact that the Yomiuri Giants
were unable to hit carl Erskine
alone shows the big difference
between Japanese and major
league players."
Ko Fujivara, a popular fir fir-ure
ure fir-ure on Japanese rad'o quia
programs, observed that the
Dodgers were too auiet" on
the playing field.
1 saw several Dodgers exnelled

in a game I saw in the United
States," Fujivara said; "The
Dodgers are known for their
fighting spirit but they have

shown little spirit in the arames

thus far. perhaps, they were told
by Lefty OTJoul or some others

thait they must be dignified in

Japan.

"I de hope somebody who can

speak English will tell the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers that even Japanese ball

players have rhubarbs and art

players could learn pletfiy from thrown out of the game.'

i



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by
JOE WILLIAMS

"Smyrna. Ga.?" repeated the Gay Swede, frowning. iJj'ft
I JStf the BU bt they are paying me g

attend the opening 01 a new wi.-

BHS Choice

To Remain

Unbeaten

ThP Ralhoa Does olav uost to a

much improved A C Ram team to

night at rialboa stadium.-uaiuoa
uast record makes them a strong

.avonte for the conung grid bai

ue.
riowever after scouting the A C
team this oast wee this column

nnds the flams a raucn improveu

ciuD and an upset could be in or order.
der. order. ualpn Harris, Earl Boland, BUI
Henueuon, Uuuy smith and sever
ai other newcomers u Canal
Zone tooiball now have a conwaer conwaer-aoie
aoie conwaer-aoie amount of grid time under
tneir oeits and nave adued mucn

to the sirengm ot tne une.
inesc men aooed to already weil

khowL AC linemen Big 1 o n y

nvpr Paul Whitioca. Dick come-

diro. Gil Jones, and Lou Taber

win give the AC une ample re reserve
serve reserve power at any une position.

The fine AC backfield still
Ucks much weight, but makes up

for it witii speeu and experience

Arnold Manning will be calling
the piays tor such speed mei mei-chams
chams mei-chams as Carl Tattle, Jerry Dare,
Bert Joyce, Bob cucaton, ana
Ed Armistead. The Barn will al also
so also be able to go to the air at
any time with tfannk's magic

arm and a host of capaoie e n a s
tiir Curt .lefferies. Al Lumbano.

George Hams, and uuue

Brown.

Athletic Chib coach, Bernie Her Herring,
ring, Herring, isn't saying much, but he
must realize that this team with
the right breaks could end the
Bulldogs long winning streak
Game Time 7 O'clock.
Starting Lineup Far A C.
LE Lumbano, LT Taber, LG
i ,,,..Hi,n C. Dver. RG Whitlock,

RT Jones, RE Jeferries, QB Man

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Sheeting Iditer

Michigan State Takes Over

1 U.P. Football Rating

if NORMAN MILLER

STRICTLY ALL-AMERICA Tnmmv McDonald Oklahoma
All-America halfback, is also a member of the All-Amertcan
scholastic team. The running pitcher studies with his. girl
friend. Ann Campbell, fifth ranking Miss America and Miss
Football of 1 355 Nice work if yni can get it..

OUT OF DOORS with "V

DOG PARASITES ALL
YEAR PROBLIM

there." ;. C. ., M. non Larsen has be-

Probably lor w- end understand the
t0 "to. iaE hero had lust returned from Hollywood and a
TV sKth 3 Hope, when I caught up tth Umto
StrTtch

he had Picked up iiww. ld hlm Rll lMt ,eason, an
That's more than the Yanm paia nw" Katuraliv ihev
... S5 r at

who ever, etc.?
Not too surprisingly, I find most people Jg
SUseChn & aPS
SlJSiTe; he wa a- Ribe Waddell with a crew cut.
THE PLAYBOY TAG
? SS' topitS andrve'neier been dTunh in my he
W'wht would appear to be substantial corroboration is of-
fT,Jh?hi? manage?; and i the manner In which he has handled
lered by nis managw, uu f the

ViSn 10 start hUn
f.ft0 despite the fact he had ben
unable to hold a six-run lead in an earlier game.
Granted that Larsen is not likely to put together a long,
unbSK row of perfect games next season .nevertheless ad-
JeM. a"ot held Who deyised the no-wlndup delivery
Z aTafd to eontrrt and pitching effectiveness generally? Not
Ktenrel Nor Turner, the pitching coach. The Gay Swede him him-Ltt
Ltt him-Ltt f A fine epU of an ambitions performer bringing : cen cen-rn,
rn, cen-rn, ingity and determination to his problem, wouidnt you
W,tYet the nlayboy reputation he's stuck with threatens to
overSadoJ to TuZn stable aspects of his career. Note to
teWWhen Prank Scott, his manager, informed an advertising
aencv the Xher couldn't indorse an alcoholic beverage, but
cSise wis avauable the Gray Flannel Suit shrieked:
mvirawdt You aren't trying to sell me that guy for a

Awhen Joe E Lewis introduced Larsen the other night,
the erand ofd conic rocked the Copa walls with this one:
'o wonder he pitched a perfect game. He trains on th
ame stuff I do."

EASY COME, EASY GO
In California, doing the Hope bit, Larsen had a call from
the out whodiscoverid and sold him to the St. Louis Brown.
nWAr?Srrtfhad8).een him in a high school or sandlot
tame in Larsen's native San Diego and got his signature for
Stor $200 or$250, neither remembering the exact pittance.
Bill De Witt was running the Browns. Schwartz report on
Larsen was confined to such basics as speed, sbe and power,
inM DeWItt requested more details the scout had to con confess
fess confess he had seen the boy in only pWitt d t
"You see him in only one game, roared DeWitt, and yet
you throw our money around like a drunken sailor. Why
,0UThi8. is the same open-handed DeWitt Larsen may soor.
have to talk contract with. He's now with the Yanks, a bits
wheel in the front office.

Along The Fairways

PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION

I lowed to pass through the atom atom-1
1 atom-1 ache to the smail intestines.

rtiiriner this limp the floa can

PARASITES are a year round acquire new infestations by trav trav-problem
problem trav-problem True, in the frosi areas, eling on infested ground. Frozen
there is some respite from fleas i ground has been made safe Un Un-and
and Un-and ticks and hook worm cn-frosen ground can be treated by
-t Hi, in frozen Ground, but lice; salt or disinfectant.

or fleas that get on a dog can I Tape and round worms may

i u;. miintic v neon reDeaiea ireMuiieiiis. me

ir.vprvonp had a. grand time at

DnHmin alt the monthlv P.W.G.

a. tournament tnanns io uz

Hadley. The buffet lunchewn
was a big hit and disappeared
quickly. The prices, too, werf
fovely, including the lovely bot bottle
tle bottle of Scotch donated by Jack
Shor. Thanks Jack.

Th iino' nest box is a splen

did place to incubate fleas and a

dog can carry hookworm to re-

infest the area tne iouo wing
spring.
It's best I think, to consider
the cold months, not as a time to

breathe a sigh of relief but as a

time when nature can oe on our
side for a campaign to eliminate

vet can determine when the dog
; f.iu A Iavmt a a

in (lliailic Iter;, na iuu
doe has fleas, it is likely to be

reinfested with tapeworm.
To eliminate fleas, ticks and
lice, dips are effective. Powders
with rotenone or pyrethrines
and or other insecticides and
liquids containing the aforemen aforementioned
tioned aforementioned in oil suspensions, and

sum: with DDT, will eliminate

nnmniototu irnm nests effectively and are safe if

cenaia v., ti Olin.lor. shmi,H

be treated with vengeance to pr pr-vent
vent pr-vent recontamination.

ONE of the best points about
the shooting game is that age
has little to do with excellence,
o.cht tn so male or female

can shoot scattergun, rifle, or pis

tol for fun or compeuuon
can continue to have fun with a
gun long after even such mild
sports as golf have passed into
discard as too strenuous.

nn u,ahM loBicallv figure tnsi

competitive scattergunnery, sheet
a. U mm ... nlana

or trap snooung, wumu
such a premium on fast reaction
time that a man would drop off
the conoetitive list once he

reached three score years.

This a lot of bunJtum, as me
performance of all too many in

dividuals proves, ai vano.aiia lait
August, at the Grand American
Trapshoot, biggest scattergun race
in the whole wide world, it wasn't
remarkable that a 77-year-old
Texan should win the Seniors
race since entry for that event,
after all, doesn't permit spring
chickens but only lads of 70 or
nvr ...

1 The significant point was that

! he had to crack w out a iw tar tar-gets
gets tar-gets to win his event and he
wasn't alone among the oldsters

with a high score either.
Maj. Jack Hession, one time
rifle shooting star of the first mag magnitude,
nitude, magnitude, winner in his prime of

more assorted medals for accuracy
work than any five Camp Perry
stars save perhaps pistoleers Ben Ben-ner
ner Ben-ner and Reeves, lost little of his

rifle-holding skill at an age wnen
most of us will be seeing our
grandchildren off to prep school.
I've seen him bellied down be behind
hind behind a pet Model 70 sporter in
25? nunrhine neat little holes so

close together on a hundred-yard
sheep silhouette that riflemen half
his age were enviously fighting
among themselyes for second, not

first place.

NEW YORK (UP) Michigan ;
State, which wallops its tough op opponents
ponents opponents with the same ease that

Oklahoma bowls over weak-sis

ters, took over the No. 1 spot to today
day today in the United Press college
football ratings.
The matter of comparative
schedules, topped off by Michigan
State's 47-H romp against Notre
Dame last weekend, caused the
35-man United Press rating board
to shift its favor to the Spartans
after picking Oklahoma as the na nation's
tion's nation's best team for four straight

Tupntv-onp of the 35 feidintf

coaches who comprise the rating

KasmI molravrl Mleniffail X LR

uvuiu r,,vnvu e (
No. 1; 13 voted the Sooner topr,

while one ether eoach chose Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech.
The devastating power with

which Coach Duffy Daugherty's!

Spartans crushed Notre Dame was
j a convincing factor; Previously
Michigan State had defeated Stan

ford (ranked lith this week),
Michigan (ranked fifth), and In
diana.
Sooner Set Racard
Oklahoma set a new modern
major college winning record last

Saturday by defeating Kansas,
31-12 for its .ttth consecutive tri

umph. But this was only the latest
in a string of down-at-the heefs op opponents
ponents opponents on the Sooners' schedule
Oklahoma's four victims this sea

Four new members were wel

comed Gladys Wiley, zeii
Batchellor, Irma Malarkey and

Bea Clinely. We are always
pleased to have newcomers join
the organization.

rvcntfo th a muddr r nurse and

the uncertain weather, (three of
the girls were not hindered for

they tuprnea in gooa scores, uicu
Burns, Le Knuth.knd our up
inri pnmiricr iunior chamn. Lynn

Jones, came in with a trie-tie of

83.
Cleo won the toss. Lynn
lost the toss to win gross but had
the distinction of having first

low nest with a 88. Marge Sewell,
7n- t.cp Knnth. 71: Martha

Brewster and Liz Hadley, 72; Pat

Waring, 73; Eiizaoetn weDDer,
74; Lenell Logan and Edith Ma Ma-thieson,
thieson, Ma-thieson, 76; Laura Hopson. Alice
French and Bea Clinely, 77.

orivAa for the winners nf the

Isthmian championship Tourna

ment neta an urazos urooK ihbi,
month were presented. Pictures
and details of this tournament

will follow later.

We should tackle the job now
.-j a lavk, ; ..mU 1m4U Ana

and gFos are pamite -free. 1 It is most important that dogs
ti u ;. Kvirr.m w'r nftpr sDeeiallv DUDDies should not

11 It IB liwawviw -v v i c r ,,,

j m.irf ha. tranttvt spvpra rpocciiov irpatea auarbera unui

times at two-week intervals inlthfcy have been- dried and well
order to ge rid of hookworm ; ventilated. Eyej can be, protect protect-that
that protect-that is traveling through the dog led while dipping or spraying by
to its lungs and thence through a drop of mineral, oil in each eye
the bronchial tube and t w a 1- before the dip or aetay.

Tiger Rags

By TREVOR SIMONS

Junior College may be near
the stage of being counted out in
the short interschool football
race, butt none can deny the fact
1L.1 J.--1 I- nt Irani aoflinst.

LXlSlf UKIf pail VI iwdjvb wMWW k waauiw w
no wins does not fully evaluate or ease up on their efforts.
... i- i I .... ntrtnlH Ktf I

me team ana "ice i
little surprise from any corner

if 'they developeo mio me spou spou-ers"
ers" spou-ers" for the '58 season.

shows that they are definitely
on the upgrade and though their
slow start in thP season practi

cally nas e 1 1 m l naiea cneir
chances of coping the cham championship,
pionship, championship, neither Cristobal or
Balboa can afford to slack away

The next tournament will be
at Gamboa on November 17 and
will be further highlighted by
the President's Trophy. The
plert.inn nf officers for 19S7 will

follow thi planned luncheon. All

members are urgea io awena.

Athletic Note

BTJFFALO, N. Y.-(UP1-Mem-

bers of the Country Uun or nut

falo decided the long climb up

the stairs to the clubhouse ter

race and locker rooms was too ra ra-HimiiR
HimiiR ra-HimiiR after 18 holes. A cable

car was installed to lift wearly
golf era the 45 feet to the terrace.

rniuo a ha imnroved ercatly

with each game they have play played
ed played and coach Brown has had to
An thA inh without to services

of a competent and experienced

quarterback. Frea Kayooume,
nfho ant. ntt few oood nasses a-

gainst the Bulldogs a couple of

weeks ago tp pui uoncge wiuuu
one point of defeating the de-
fnln ,-homntnns also was

guilty of a pair of costly fumbles

juet when ms warn was un uw
threshold of another score that
could have turned defeat into

victory,

The blue and a-old Tittera make

'their second consecutive ap

pearance at Balboa Stadium to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow nioht. nt. 7 o'clock and

coaches Palumbo and Moser are

expecting to see a mucn im imnroved
nroved imnroved team over the one that

dropped the 13-0 decision to

Balboa High last Friday night.
Cristobal rates a slight edge
over College if the field is dry,
but if the rains fall as they did
last week, both teams can be
classified as evenly matched in

a ground offensive.

The former sales manager for
Western Cartridge, Colon!
mund, gave the lie' to the reaction
timp hle not lone before he

retired. At the NSSA sHeet tst
his company tel. up a gadget which
rcorded in milliseconds the time
it. took a shooter to eet onto and

pull trigger en a flashing light

signal.

Hard v a vouth. the Co on el was

fastest man among a crowd of
some 300 top-flight skeet shooters,
men competing for the National
crowns.
Shnntin rfopn't take miiapla

puts little strain on the human
frame. It does demand at least

fair eyesight, but most of us, with

the aid of glasses, keep that well

into advancing age. ino reason at
all that I can see why any man

should ever retire his guns.
HELSINKI, Finland UP) UP)-Hammer
Hammer UP)-Hammer thrower Mikhail Krivo Krivo-nosov
nosov Krivo-nosov of Russia was reported
Monday to have made a toss of
220 feet, 9 inches better than
all wnrlri records existing or

pending at the Soviet Olympic
training camp in Tashkent.

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aHaB:

Willie Hartaek

aaa parh has won onlv one same.

Strictly for what comparative
scores are worth, Oklahoma meets
Notre Dame next Saturday in the
NCAA's nationally-televised game.
Michigan State p'ays Illinois.
The upset defeats suffred by
Ohio State. Texas Christian and
Mississippi shook up the ratings
beyond third-ranked Georgia Tech.
Tennessee and Michigan each

jumped two notches to the No. 4
and 5 spots, and Southern Califor California
nia California advanced three places to
No

Te- A a M 7-6 conoueror of

TCU, vaulted from llth to seventh
place, while Ohio State, upset by

that same score against rem

State, dropped four places' to
eiehth. TCU and Baylor were tied

for the No. 9 rating.
Agf lea Only Newcomers
The Texas Aggies are this
week's only newcomer to the top
to sroiin: Mississippi, eiehth last

week, dropped all the way to 16th

afetr losing to Tulanc.

This week s top 10 teams includ included
ed included three teams each from the' Big

Ten and Southwest conferences.

two irom tne Jsnuneasiem comer comer-ence.
ence. comer-ence. one each from the Bis Seven

and the Pacific Coast.

In addition to Its 21 first-place
votes. Michigan State received 12

for second place and two for

fourth. Oklahoma attracted w

votes for second place, three fbf

third, two for fourtn ana one tor
seventh, in addition to its 13 firsts.
With points distributed on a 10-9-8-7-6
5-4321 basis for votes from
first In 10th nlarfts. Michigan State

outscored Oklahoma, 332 to 316.

Georgia Tech had 280 points ana
Tennesse 192; Michigan dgd
Southern California for the next

sport 183 points to W; T-,

AaM received 96 points, onto
State 57, and Texas Christian aid
Baylor 51 each.

TOP KICK Both having
reached the 300 mark. Willie
Hartack, above promises io
race Wllie Shoemaker to a pho-

to linisn ior me jocusw ciiam- j
prise.

Tod"v Encanto .25 15
WAHOO! 1115.00
Clifton Wbb in
"MAN WHO NEVER WAS"

Jhn Payne in

Today IDEAL .20-10
Sterling Hayden in
"ASPHALT JUNGLE"
David Bryan v in
"INSIDE STRAIGHT'

SLOT MACHINES
e
open Sljiitu (rem
l:0
ROULETTE
CRAP TABLF
POKER
BAR SERVICE
21 BLACK JACK)
Alt-CondMoned talon

Anticipating a dry field, Billy
Oibson will nrobablr he called

upon to do some tossing for the

Tigers as iney attemp; an aenai

Encouraging, though, has been j rangy, better than 6-foot ends

f iAa nf ai noli AT I lit i j. i I

tho nrrformnnr.es of a oalr of

diminutive halfbacks, Frankie
Smiih and Joe Cicero, whose
trrsaf ovppiiHon nf .Tfs ninnins

plays has placed this grid team

in tn nmengnt as an eycr u u-gerous
gerous u-gerous contender. Outstanding
work on the line by Jim Morris,
Dick Richter and Pette Lange

Rear Doors with Automatic
Opening and Closing features!
The "AL NEW" '57 Ford

See it at COLPAN Friday

established 1893
Highland

Wen

SCOTCH WHISKY

m

feACPONALD a MUIW LIMITIO, DtotHlew. UHfc, Scatlaaa

will altemaiie In an effort to

make Gibson s passing count for
varrlatre The hpst nerformance

so iar mis wees nas Deen irom

Harry Keepers, wno, aiong witn
John Forrest will combine ef efforts
forts efforts as Cristobal's best defens

ive ends. John Coffey is the

third candidate for one of Cris Cristobal's
tobal's Cristobal's end positions, and his a a-bility
bility a-bility to snag passes will have
this Tiger seeing plenty of ac

tion n me onense.

Four Risk $10,000

To Start Horses

In Garden State

i
rAMnKN N.J. rUP) Four

horses, whose owners were willing

-ir tin fwiii nn an nripr-rnm oni

were included in a possible start starting
ing starting field of 15 today for Saturday's
annual ''gold rush," the Garden
State Stakes.
Federal Hill, Take Note, Melson
and Barbizon were made supple supplementary
mentary supplementary nominees Monday for the
world's richest race, raising the

gross purse to iiu,siu.
Actually, 20 horses are being!
listed as probable starters, but
some are" expected to be declared!
before the $1,000 entry fees are!
made Friday. With 19 starters, the4
Garden State will carry a netj
purse of $176,665 to the winner.

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Cur una u Church Learns 4 Ds
As Sunday School Continues

The Curundu Protestant Church
tinues in their twelve week pro-
m of training leacners ana
orkers in the Sunday School.
Trained teachers is the answer to
may of the problems which arise
in every church.
On rVionoay evening a class of
38 teachers and workers met for
two hours of Instruction under
the direction of the pastor, Rev,
Loidig. The first house of the
class viewed and discussed the
second in a series of eight film film-strips
strips film-strips entitled "The Pupil." It
was learned that the law of the
pupil is that ho must attend with
intlrest to tho material b 1 1 n g
taught. The filmstrip presented
four reason for tho lack of at attention.
tention. attention. Thay were called the
four D's. These reasons are:
Discomfort, Disturbance, D I s-
traction, Disinterost. Answers to
tho problems in each of tho four
D's were presented.
The last hour of the class sur
veyed the books of the New Testa Testament
ment Testament in four groups: Gospels, His History,
tory, History, Letters, Prophecy. Where
and how we got our Bible and the
confirmation by archaeologists
presented topic of study and inter interest.
est. interest. Those coming to the class were:
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Maxwell
Jim Maxwell, Miss Minnie Hen Hen-nen,
nen, Hen-nen, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gough,
Sr., Virgil R. Worsham. Mrs. Syl
via Scandritt, Mrs. Pauline Braun.
Juanda Pennington, Mrs. Jean At
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FOR SALE: Now 1956 R C A.
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Reasonable price. Leaving Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, must soil. Albrook 6188.
FOR SALE: Wasting he use
Laundromat $100. 2II1-D Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. Phono 7225 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: Bods, double mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, chest of drawers, tables,
kitchen, rockers, dressers. House
754-B, Balboa Road
FOR SALE: Three couches,
canter and corner tables. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. Phono Panama 2-2982.
FOR SALE: Bendix automatic
washing machine, 25 or 60-cy-cle;
5-pc. mahogany living room
set. Phone II85-L, Colon.
FOR SALE: Electric ironor 25 25-cycle,
cycle, 25-cycle, good condition with in instruction
struction instruction book, $50 Call Balboa
2-3475.
FOR SALE: Baby crib, mattress
$15; dining room table, 4 chairs,
sideboard $25; combination ra radio
dio radio record player, table model
$30; 2 Army cots, mattress $20.
Call Balboa 2-2645.
G.I. MUST SELL: Leatherette
living room sat, end tablet, stove,
refrigerator, table and chairs,
bassinette. Cheap. See anytime.
No. 45 National Ave. (Automo (Automobile
bile (Automobile Row), Apt. 3, above Pana Panama
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Keep U.S. Rate
(Continued from Pace 1)
traffic problems and lack of
emergency medical service in
Gamboa, a frequent complaint.
Much talk centered around
(the right turn at the Intersec
tion or Balboa Road and Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Avenue, and the traffic
congestion around the schools
at the closing hour.
Potter said the emergency
"load" at Gamboa was not suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to Justify seeking in increased
creased increased funds or medical per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, but that when the resi resident
dent resident doctor goes on leave next
year an effort will be made to
have a nurse on call.
The Governor warned of
school congestion and asked
support for the Community
unest.
The Governor also revealed
that the press would Have an
opportunity to release on Sun Sunday
day Sunday the annual report of the
Panama Canal Company for
the fiscal year 1956 which
ended last June 30.
He urged employes to read
the report so that they would
know now much their organiza
tion made, and how
The Governor also underlined
that "election day" comes Nov,
6 on the Canal Zone, as well as
in the united States. He stress
ed the importance of electing
me ngni xma 01 peopie 10 ine
civic councils
More than three times as
many townsfolk showed up last
u wm-uw nrax town
meeting w De neia at night
m
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3744.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet.
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$100 House 2 159-A W. 8 th
St., Curundu. Do not call after
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FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Vj-ton
Panel, good mechanical condition
$275. Phono 2-4970, Accesoriot
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House 2606-A, Cocoli.
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Balboa 3193. 5182-B, Parson
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$575. Phone 2-1235. Quarters
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SpaAish Poef Wins
Nobel Prize For 56
For Spiritual Value
STOCKHOLM. Oct. 25 (UP)
Spanish-born poet Juan Ramon Jl
menez todav was awarded the!
,1956 Nobel Prize for literature fori
the "high spirit and artistical pu
nty 01 his poetry.
Jimenet, 75, who new lives In
Puerto Rico, published his first
volume of poetry at 17 and wont
on to be acclaimed aa Spain's
greatest poet.
The Swedish Academy of Liter
j. lie sitTCUiau nuauciiij va luki
ature mad the selection and im-
mediately teleeranhed Jimenez
that he had won the 200,122.92
Swedish kroner (38,633.76 dollars)
prize.
He earned It, the Academy said,
bv "his lyrical poetry, which in

Spanish language constitutes anihoov 0f verse called "Wake Me
.... tii s a I ,, U a

example of high spirity and artis
tical purity."
Jimenez poetry has also been
translated ino many other lan languages.
guages. languages. No Contest
SHOREHAM, England, Oct. 25
(UF) vA beauty conte-.c here
had to be called off when no one
v,oi.M admit she qua.'"'l on
testanls had to be 40 fmr of ace
to mark the .40th birthday f the
local national savings cu nmittee
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ON DISPLAY: 17-ft. Thunder Thunder-bird
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Panama Hotel. Phono 3-0264.
FOR SALE: Fiber glass boat,
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FOR SALE: Small LOTS in old
town Arraijan. Can see Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday. Ask for Carolina.
FOR SALE: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house in Seaclift Acres,
overlooking tho see at Santa
Clara Beach. Living-dining araa,
2 bedrooms, kitchen and two in inside
side inside porches, built-in barbecue.
Call 3-2052 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Services Announced
For Mr. McSween
Funeral services for Christopher
a. Mcsween. who died at noon
Monday at the Santo Tomas hos hospital1,
pital1, hospital1, where he had been admitt
ed the previous Friday, have been
set for 3. p. m. tomorrow at St.
Paul's Anglo Catholic Church.
Mr. McSween's condition worsen worsened
ed worsened Saturday following operation
for an intestinal disorder, and
his relatives were Immediately ad
vised. His mother, Mrs. Veronica

McSween arrived by plane thUdjX David J. Markun;
morning Trom Brooklyn, Newl.u T?t.pll(,r. an(1 MrlT li

York, where she has been living
for the oast several years.
He is also survived by a broth
er, Cinlo McSween, an outstand
ine Panamanian athlete now re
sidins in Chicago, and a sister,
Mrs. Ann McSween Phillips of!
Washington. 4
Burial at the family's tomb at
Herrera cemetery will follow the
religious services at St. Paul's
church tomorrow afternoon.
New Books

Nor Far from the Jungle," r ewood
k of satiric verse by Abnef0

book
Dean well
known writer and at
i win" w "-
tist, is among the books pucea
in circulation during the past
hv the Canal Zone Library.
Dean has already established a
unique reputation for Ideas which
he presented in five books
t at.irie drawings and another
Whan It's Over. AS was mt
previous book of verse, the latest
is illustrated also.
The titles nd authors of the
books announced by the Library
this week follow:
Non fiction What Makes
rniiffe? Meies: Bis Business
Leaders in America, Warner; The
Executive Life, Fortune; Critical
Approaches to Literature, Daich
es- Not Far From the Jungle,
no'.n- Rnhort E. Lee. Miers; The
Heart has its reasons, Windsor;
The Changing World of Soviet
Russia, Dalln.
Fiction Immortal wueen. oyro
Five a.m. Dutourd; The Case of
the Gilded Lily, Gardner; Seven
Islands, Godden; Tortured r.arm
Ledie: The Children, Rosmond; A
Long Way from Home, Sneider;
and the Darx winaow, waisn.
Added to the Panama Collec
tion Way of a Buccaneer,
Steward;
Added to the Spanish Colli
El Gali dez Plata, Costain; Las
Mas Bellas Ley end as de la Anti
tftiedad Clasica- Schwab; El Mun
do Aiin es Rico, Zischka; Spanish
snd English Dictionary, Williams;
Nuestra Amiga La Luna, Rous
seau; Peces Raros y sus Curioslda
des. Verrill; Aves tiaras y sus
CuriOsidades, Verrill; Historia del
Arte de la Prehist6rita a Nues Nues-tros
tros Nues-tros Dias, Bazin; Antologia pro pro-sas
sas pro-sas Maesttras Castellanas, Bazin
Historia de la Literatura Espafiola
a Hispano- America, reres. ui
Ruta Cruel, Maillart; and Geogra Geogra-fia
fia Geogra-fia Econ6mica, Jones.
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PHILLIPS Oc.ans.de Cottages,
Santa Clara. Boa 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.

Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
BEACHSIDI vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phono Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Baach Tolopbono
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar. tho boat bathing beach in
tho Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. Tho now
management is anxious to serve
you.
Panama Line
Fifty-six passengers were sched
uled to sail from New York this
afternoon for Cristobal aboard the
Panama liner A neon. Thirty pas
sengers are booked for Port au-
Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passenger
list for Cristobal follow:
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Abert;
William J. Carson; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert A. Chapman; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Crawford; Samuel Da
voren; Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Fager-
berg; Mrs. Evelyn L. Farbman;
Mr. and Mrs. Eusebio A. Gonzalez;
Monrad J, Hartley; Miss Nita B.
Hartman; Mrs. Elizabeth M. Hig Hig-gins;
gins; Hig-gins; and Henjamin Hudish.
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Johnson;
James E. Lovelady; Thomas R.
MacVittie; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
R. MacVittie; Mr. and Mrs. James
McCarthy; Mr. and Mrs. reux a.
aid C.Tarker; and Mrs. Leon
Prrvhvszewski: Mrs. Rosemary
Rpardnn and dauehter: Dr. and
Mr Hilmar Schmidt: Mr. and
Mr William B. Smith: Mr. and
Charles S. Smith and 3 children;
Mr.' and Mrs. Edwin C. Tompkins;
Alberto Watson; Miss Virginia A.
Welch; Mr. and Mrs Richard A.
Whalen; and Mn. Hilda E. Wick Wick-ens.
ens. Wick-ens. On The Alleys. .
CLASSIC LEAtxCE
Seventh Week
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El Panama ....
Seymour Agency
Austin
o
Seymour Agency tossed their
best effort of the season at Age-
wood and came out on me ws
end of a 4 point shut-out the
first against Agewood. Curly
"Casey Stengel" Bates shook his
line-up and the victory backed
up his Judgment. Mike Nunes,
Harry Colbert, and newcomer
Carmen Cascio led Seymour A A-eency.
eency. A-eency. For Agewood, Bud Balcer
maintained his 208 average with
a 615 series, but couldnU get the
rest of his gang going to ffset
the scoring of Seymour Agency.

Sailing

Seymour Agency
Cascio ... 234 169 188 591
Kunkel ... 187 184 206 577
Easter ... 148 179 216 543
Nunes ... 169 234 214 617
Colbert ... 191 204 201 596
929 970 1025 2924
Agewood
Lane .... 170 208 170 548
Toland ... 183 184 183 560
Soyster ... 158 143 179 480
Samanlego 167 187
Boyer .... 166 205 371
Balcer ... 179 211 225 615
857 922 962 2741

Bi Panama maintained second
place in the standings with a 3 3-1
1 3-1 win over Austin and the loss
shoving Austin into the league
cellar. Ted Wilber and Bob Bow Bow-en
en Bow-en led El Panama and the high
men for Austin were Earl Best,
Will Snellbaker, and Chuck Al-
meda.
Ausi'n
. 211 187
Almeda .
Snellbaker
Seim .
168
169
147
200
194
566
565
514
553
576
199
202
175
183
197
165
178
199
Knoll .
Bent .
970 926
El Panama
. 193 2i2
878 2774
Wilber
Woodcock
204
178
172
193
203
609
518
498
599
571
. 170
. 180
. 190
. 169
170
146
216
199
Lowande
Bowen
Coffey
902 943 950 2795
Bud Balcer continues to lead
thg high average parade with
208 and the top five shows Billy
-, ffaait t,.ltU iftrj, rnA ifriiHof

VsVIAAGJ WIUI Iff 1 CU V liuvi
194; Bob Toland, 193; and Earl
w.tV 1 flak

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: USED PIANOS.
Good condition. Reasonably pric priced.
ed. priced. Suitable for students CASA
ADMIRABLE, the Stoinway pia piano
no piano establishment, next to the
Lottery Building.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Air-conditioned
locale, completely equipped.
Suitable for office, beauty parlor
or harbor shop. Phono 3-4614,
from 9 to 1 and 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Office space. Su Superior
perior Superior Bella Vista location.
Twelve hundred square foot, twe
private offices. In addition largo
storage space and wash room.
No. 7, Avemda Fodorico Boyd.
Phono 3-0544
FOR RENT: The well known
Gordon "Yacht Club," located by
the seashore in San Francisco.
For further information please
call Panama 3-2825.

Kobbe Leads Service League

With Tie -Breaking Victory

By CLIFF HARDII
"The Keguiars of Sykes who
covered the retreat" weren't re retreating
treating retreating Wednesday night as they
exploded with a brilliant second
half surge to top the Cavaliers of
Fort Ciayton 75 to 72 before an 0 0-verflow
verflow 0-verflow crowd at the winners'
gym.
The victory gave Fort Kobbe un undisputed
disputed undisputed possession of first place
in the PAAF basketball toop. brak
ing a tie that had existed for over
three weeks.
A desperate fourth period rally
by the Cavaliers, which time and
again saw them come-'within one
point of the Infantrymen, fell
short.
Lennie Koss lod the Regulars
with 21 points. Ron Slaymaker
and Willie Hatchott alto had big
nights, hitting for IB a nd ..17
point, respectively. Sam Wil Williams
liams Williams and Vorn Clemmon both
garnered 19 for tho losers.
Kobbe threw the ball away on
numerous occasions during the 0 0-pening
pening 0-pening period, and a basket by
Williams in the last minute put
Clayton ahead 14 to 13. Kass pull pulled
ed pulled the "stopper play" on 6'3"
Vern Clemmons, letting the big
fellow crash into him, and the two
fouls by the Regulars' playmaker
put Kobbe back ahead, 17-16, with
a minute-and-a-hau gone in the.
second stanza.
The teams see-sawed back and
forth, the lead changing hands a
total of six times in the first three
minutes of the second period. Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds sank a pair of free throws
to give the Cavaliers a three point
edge at 24-21, midway through the
period. It was the widest margin
that had separated the teams to
that point.
Clayton continued to hold their
slim lead until halftime, the Big
Red leaving the floor for the inter intermission
mission intermission with a 38-34 margin.
Kobbe evened the count at 38-38
as the second half opened, and a
minute later took the lead 42-41 on
a driving lay-up by biaymaxer,
Hatchett getting an assist on the
play. A. pair of charity tosses by
Koss and a two-pointer by Belizzi
from underneath widened the gap
to 46-41 with 5 minutes left in the
quarter.
Willie Hatchott, playing h I s
last geme for tho Regulars of
Sykes before returning to the
State for discharge, tank two
fro throw, end Kobbe had a
six point edge, 48-42. Tho blue blue-clad
clad blue-clad Regular, thus far in tho
third stanza, had 1 c o r d 14
point to the visitors' four. That
tplurg put thorn ahoad to stay.

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Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
kitchen, bathroom. Apply 45th
East Street 2-241, 8 a.m. to 9
p.m
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
3 bedrooms, exceptional position,
"I" Street. El Cangrejo (first
street to the right, entering by
Trans Isthmian Highway, 8th
chalet left hand). Call 2-2718,
Carlos Julio Quijano or 3-0798.
Help Wanted
WANTED: For immediate em employment
ployment employment at the Fort Amador Of Officers
ficers Officers Mosa, Baker & Cake Dec Decorator.
orator. Decorator. Beginning salary will de depend
pend depend on ability and previous ex experience.
perience. experience. LESSONS
New clan in beginners' Ballroom
Dancing for 6th, 7th, 8th grade
students starting October 29th.
Course includes Foxtrot, Waftt
and Jitterbug. DORESE WAITES
School of (Dancing, Columbus
Club, Balboa. Phone 2-2363.
Play was held up for twenty
minutes in the waning second of
the third quarter by a light fail failure.
ure. failure. But it didn't stop the Regu Regulars.
lars. Regulars. With Hatchett playing one of
his best games and Koss hitting
continually with his one handers
from outside, Kobbe continued to
dominate play, and going into the
final quarter held a nine point
bulge, 60-51.
The fourth quarter was a wild
affair, the Cavaliers narrowing the
Regulars' margin to a single point
on several occasions, but never
quite able to get thai, one basket
that would put theortoad. With
the clock or the bfthk, and the
mob that filled every nook and
cranmy of the gym yelling on
every play, it was bedlam.
Kobbe, leading by a point, call called
ed called time out late in the gam e.
Word came from the timekeeper
that there were 30 seconds re remaining.
maining. remaining. Clayton had possession.
It was their last chance, and ev everyone
eryone everyone knew it.
But Hatchett clocked a jump
shot. Koss fed Slaymaker, who
was clear, for a sure two-pointer,
and the game was on ice.
Rough play under ootn Doaras
was the order of play all night.
The officials let the play ride a
little more, though, a la western
style, and neither team; had a play player
er player foul out. It was quite a con
trast to the previous meeting of
the two clubs.
They clash again November 10
at Clayton in the last round of
play, in a game that could very
well throw the league back into a
tie, necessitating a play off for the
title.
Rocket Goes 90
Miles Into Sky
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 )up)-
A rocket carryin" nearly 200
pounds of scientific equipment

was fired to an aitituae 01 m
miles over the Hudson Bay re region
gion region of Canada early this morn-'
ing, the Army announced.
The rocket, an Aerobee-Hi, was
the second of eight scientific rock rockets
ets rockets to be fired from the joint
Army-Canadian testing center at
Fort Churchill, Canada. The shots
are part of an upper atmosphere
exploration project.
Equipment in the rocket sent
information to earth concerning
density, temperature and pres pressures
sures pressures in the upper atmosphere.

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'Misrepresentations . slush . slogans .
Stevenson Charges

NEW YORK, Oct. 25 (UP) Adlai E. Stevenson finished a two-day tour of New York today angrily charging
the Republicans with waging a campaign of dacait unmatched in Amarican politics.
Stavenson accused tha COP last night of spreading "misrepresentations. .. slush... slogans... epithets...
and silly nonsense" in an effort to stay in power. He said he was "good and mad."
"We haven't tried to deceive the people on the issues on matters of life and death and of war and peace,"
' W Democratic Presidential candidate declared. "The Republicans have."

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WmmAe Hungary.
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Poland and saw in.
lies thou Id stand ready to
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has not yet replied u tresi
TPispnhnwer'a "White Pa
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jjatten should take the lead in
Seeking an end to world hydrogen
(bomb tests.
' "iinrp tn reach asreement on
how to end such tests he said
.doesn't mean agreement is impos
ib'd.
Meanwhile Mr. Eisenhower In
n address in Now York to-
. night is expected in his addmss
to use somo of tho most biting
language of his campaign in an answering
swering answering Stevenson's foreign pol policy
icy policy attacks.
i 9he President's close associates
Jjfctured him as indignant over
Stevenson's recent criticism of ad-
'mJBjistration policies in the Suez
Cpl crsis.
Twice within a week, Stevenson
fits accused Mr. Eisenhower and
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles of not telling the truth a-
the Suez situation.
Mr. Eisenhower maintains
that recent Suet developments
have amounted to "good news"
while Stevenson insists that tho
situation has deteriorated rather
then improved.
While it. New York, Mr. Eisen
hower will not undertake an. ex
tensive tour of Manhattan and the
adjacent boroughs, But upon ar arrival,
rival, arrival, he was scheduled to drive
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La Boca Resident
Has Fatal Stroke
Mrs. Cristina VUlegas de Obal Obal-dia.
dia. Obal-dia. 30, Panamianian, a resident
hi "La Boca, was rushed to Gorgas
.Hospital about 10 p.m. last night,
but was pronounced dead on ar-
Mrs. Obldia was known to
have been suffering from a heart
aliment, and death is belived to
have been from natural causes.
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tion to his temporary headquarters
at the Commodore Hotel at the
crowds are heavy on the, streets, of
Manhattan.
The President set aside this aft
ernoon and part of this evening to
work for the Republican state
ticket in New York.
The most important state con
test is the fight between Republi Republican
can Republican state attorney general Jacob
K. Javits and Democratic Mayor
Robert F. Wagner of New York
for the seat of retiring Democratic
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman.
This II Settle It:
Ike and Party Used
75A-andH-Bombs
WASHINGTON. Oct. 25 -(UP)
The United States apparently has
exploded some 15 H-bombs since
it developed the first hydrogen de
vice just four years ago.
Official documents released by
President Eisenhower yesterday
showed that this country has
staged 13 atomic tests series is
aU.
About 20 per cent of the ex
plosions were of "high-yield ther
monuclear (H-bomb) designs and
80 per cent of fission (A-bomb)
devices," the documents said.
The papers, which were Mr.
Eisenhower's reply to Adlai E.
Stevenson's call for a halt to H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tests, did not disclose the
actual number of shots in the test
aeries. But a United Press tabu tabulation
lation tabulation indicates it was about 75.
That means 15 H-bomb tests and
60 A-bomb.
Apparently the official docu documents
ments documents were assembled hastily.
They contain errors and omis-
s.ins. For example, this line: "On
oy. l, 1952, the U.S. exploded
nrst hydrogen device at Bi
i." Actually, the shot was ex
ploded at Eniwetok.
The same document said, "On
Aug. 21, 1953, 'the USSR explode.1
a nyarogen device." Actually, th'j
device was exploded Aug. 12, 1953
The big omission in the listing
was the U.S. shot of March l'
IBM, at Bikin.. That "device" was
an exceedingly dirty fission-fusion
fission bomb that introduced the
danger of radoaetive fallout to the
world by spraying a Japanese
fishing boat with "Bikini ashes"
However. Mr. Eisenhower em
phasized in releasing the docu
ments that 1956 tests developed
"weapons of high yield but low
production of fission products."
French 'Help' Quits
In Moroccan Strikes
RABAT, Morocco, Oct. 25 (UP)
- forty thousand French civil
servants walked off their jubs
today in a 24-hour strike in this
former French protectorate
where 00 Europeans have been
Killed m two qays.
Morocco recalled its ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to h lance.
French uoops were ordered to
"pimeci at all costs" the lives of
trench citizens in Morocco.
The civil servants, including all
but policemen and primary school
teachers, walked oft their jobi in
protest against Moroccan failure to
halt the killing of Europeans
There also were anti-French
strikes across Morocco and Tu Tunisia,
nisia, Tunisia, both now independent, as
wmi us in rrencn -owned Alge Algeria
ria Algeria where France is fighting a
stubborn rebellion.
("In Cairo, the newspaper Al
Akhbat said the governments of
Tunisia and Morocco have decid decided
ed decided to set up a unified military
command with the Algerian na national
tional national liberation movement to
ngni' .French imperialism...)
Canal Worker Dies
On Cristobal Dock
Alfred Vivian Smith, a resl-
ucni, ui ttawiDow uity ana an
employe of the Canal's Terminal
Division, collapsed on Cristobal
pier 8-D this mornlns.
Efforts of a Fire Division crew
witn a resuscltator failed to re revive
vive revive him, and he was pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced dead by a Coco Solo doctor
who arrived shortly after the
firemen.
Authorities said today they be-
uevea Mr. smith cued or a cor coronary
onary coronary condition, but an autopsy
has been ordered.
Readers Startled
'I'HRV. England, Oct. ?5
U'lM The latest Mina.. of the
"mm! r rish magaziua s t ., 1 1 d
re-rer? witj its repiri Wold
Cub ; unlor Boy Scour) activ'fos.
It sa d "Our Miss C h r i 1 1 n e
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tii'ds at old wolves friii! all over
'lie rid."

. epithets,. .and silly nonsense'
GOP With Deceit

Only Republicans Can Pass
Civil Rights Laws Nixon

CHICAGO, Oct 25 (UP)
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
said 'today the-election of a Re Republican
publican Republican House and Senate on
Nov. 6 it a must for the passage
of civil rights legislation.
P N'xon, in a speech prepared
for delivery in the heart el
Chicago's sprawling Negro
community, said civil rights
legislation "will never see the
light of day" so long as South Southern
ern Southern Democrats remain chair chairmen
men chairmen of key Congress onal com committees.
mittees. committees.
"Only by electing a Repub Republican
lican Republican House and Senate and
putting th committee chair chairmanships
manships chairmanships in the hands of men
who support President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's position will America be
able to make the progress that
all of us want toward the goal
of ecjuallty of opportunity," Nix Nixon
on Nixon said.
Nixon said the Elsenhower
administration, if continued in
office, will keep the civil rights
pledges made in the OOP plat platform.
form. platform. These included Mr. Elsenhow Elsenhower's
er's Elsenhower's four-point program passed
hv the House but buried in the
Senate last session calling for
stronger Federal anti-discrimination
legislation.
Should AdhV E. Stevenson
be elected, Nixon said, the ci civil
vil civil rights story would be same
during the Truman adminis administration
tration administration "a lot of talk, a lot
of promises, but no action."
Nixon nredicted President lis-
enhower will receive a "substan "substantially
tially "substantially larger" Negro vote next
US Immigration
Studies Seizure
01 'Queen Mary'
WASHINGTON, Oct 25 (UP) -A
high immigration official dis disclosed
closed disclosed today that the government
is investigating whether the Brit British
ish British liner Queen Mary is subject to
US seizure for carrying little
Tanya Chwastov out of the United
States.
James L. Hennessy, Executive
assistant to Immigration Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Joseph M. Swing, said Tan Tanya
ya Tanya was taken out of the country
illegally He said the 1954 immi immigration
gration immigration law provides for forfeiture
to the United States of any vessel
knowingly involved in such a vio violation.
lation. violation. Hennessy told the Senate Intern Internal
al Internal Security Subcommittee that
swing ordered a full investigation
of the "fiasco" over Tanay's de departure
parture departure to see if "action against
the Cunard Line is warranted.''
- The British-owned Cunard Line
operates the Queen Mary.
He said investigators are sched
uled to submit a report on the in inquiry
quiry inquiry to swing "at the close of
business tomorrow."
Hennessy said the inquiry also
is concerned with a "breakdown
in communications" between im immigration
migration immigration officials in New York
and the service's headquarters
here on Oct. 3, thP day Tanya and
her Russia refugee father, Alexei
Chwastov, sailed on the Queen
Mary.

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COL. E. W. NAPIER, deputy commander, Caribbean Air Command, was notfled last night of
his promotion to the rank of brigadier general, United States Air Force. Maj. Gen. Truman
H. Landon, commander, Caribbean Air Command and Mrs. Napier pin on Napier's first set of
stars- (Official USAF Photo)

month than h. did four vain

aeo. A
He said "it is no longer possi-.
ble for the opposition to talk out
of both aides of their mouth nn
MUs issue and fool the people."
Hitler. Eva Dead Dead-Suicide
Suicide Dead-Suicide Verdicts
Are Made Official
HER( HTESGADEN, Germany
Oct. 25 (UP) Adolf Hitjer was
acciarea legally dead today.
. Time of death: 1:30 p.m. en A A-rll
rll A-rll 30, IMS.
Cause of death: Suicide.
Place: The Reich's Chancelle Chancellery
ry Chancellery lr raid shatter, Berlin.
The death certificate was issued-
oy ue lower court m Berchtesga
den, official residence of the late
nan fuehrer whose Reich was
supposed to last for one thousand
years.
The announcement of the legal
action made Hitler's death official
aner ail these years.
Ha died with a bullet in his
head in tho gloomy "Fuehrer
bunker" as blazing Berlin col
lapsed around him under t ho
weight of fierce and unrelenting
Ruosian attacks.
He died almost as quickly In..
the minds of his oeoole. "No "Hit
ler myth" ever took hold on t h e
German people. When he died,
they were a beaten, dispirited
peopie. But nuie credence ever
was placed on tales that the Fueh
rer was in hiding and would some
day return to lead Germany a
gain. Only scattered sparks of na national
tional national socialism have glowed and
then faded in the country's politi political
cal political life over the years as it mov
ed from defeat through discour
agement to the present booming
prosperity of west Germany.
Hitler's legal death was flow flower.
er. flower. The actual local proceedings
did net begin until 1952. They
were repeatedly prolonged, as
an army of "living ghosts" who
had bean with Hitler in the last
days of his life, filtered back to
West Germany from Soviet
prison camps.
The testimony of these men' and
others was taken and weighed un until
til until the final verdict was render rendered.
ed. rendered. The court found Hitler has shot
himself in the temple, after his
bride of one day, Eva Braun, had
taken poison.
It dismissed several other ver versions!
sions! versions! including one that Hitler
also had taken poison just bo bo-fore
fore bo-fore shooting himself, and anoth another
er another that he had shot himself in
the mouth.
The court laid Hitler's body was
found by Propaganda Minister Jo Josef
sef Josef Goebbels and Nazi leader Mar Martin
tin Martin Bormann. Hitler was sitting in
a chair. Eva Braun lay dead on
a nearby sofa.

AN INDEPENDENT lHE. DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln.

32nd TEAR
De la Guard ia's
First Presidential
Press Conference
(Continued from rage 1
often working from 8 a.m. to i
p.m. Dally.
He aamrwea so cvmernui
with Canal officials on the re recent
cent recent five-cent salary increase
announced by the Panama
Canal Co. for Jan. 1.
u- said other conferences are
being held with U.S. officials to
obtain greater benefits for Pan
amanian employes m we wm
Zone.
The issue of Panamanian m m-.rwrtora
.rwrtora m-.rwrtora helmr allowed to board
Panama flag ships which We up
at Canal Zon ports was on the
verge of being setuea, tne pres president
ident president said. f i
Mr. de la Gnardla amid the
St of living In Panama has
reased tightly in the last
four years. Finance Minister
Ruben D. Carles later produc produc-.
. produc-. ed figures to show that living
costs had shown a drop of 2.2
per cent since 1952, according
to studies made by the Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller General in September.
The president said that he es
timated that the construction
of bridge across the Panama
Canal at Balboa, as agreed up upon
on upon in the new panama-U.S.
trealty, would begin in about 20
months, "If the U.S. Congress
approves the money."
Asked what wouia ranama
de if Congress did not ap approve
prove approve the money, the Presi President
dent President declared that his people
could rest assured the matter
would be attacked with all the
patriotic zeal he could mus muster,
ter, muster, but "without unnecessary
truculence."
Asked whs had been Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's reolv to the request by the
Sites Canal Users' Association
reeardine the payment of tails,
Mr. de la Guardta replied brief-
ly mat tne maister naa nowyei
been considered.
He said he had a little "bad
news" regarding the building
of an oil refinery dock at Las
Mlnas on the Atlantic side.
The President disclosed that
dredging of the area was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to have begun on Oct. 22,
but th dredge Sea Lane, the
largest dredge in the world, was
put into service on emergency
dredging at Maracaibo, Venezue Venezuela,
la, Venezuela, and would not be able to
start working at Las Mlnas un
til the Maracaibo job is com
pleted.
Mr. de la Guardia also spoke
up In favor of the present
working hours of government
offices, because If gave the
low-salaried government em
ploy,, the opportuni ty to seek
other gainful employment and
balanced his budret If he had
the ambition and the ability
to do so. i
Asked whether he did not
consider the u n e m ployment
problem could be solved by re reinstating
instating reinstating a two-shift govern
ment work day and thus mak making
ing making it possible for some of those
presently unemployed to get
some of the private jobs now be being
ing being held by government em-
oloyes, the President thought
that If It did it would only be
o a very limited extent.
He added, however, that
Panama's unemployment ques question
tion question was one of the major
problems for which his admin administration
istration administration is seek, np a solution.

Sox

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, ISM

Prosecution Promised Purgers

Of Voting
WASHINGTON,. Oct. 25 (UP)-
The federal government plans
criminal prosecution against white
supremacists in five southern
states for "wholesale purges" of
qualified Negroes from voting
lists, it was disclosed today.
Assistant Atty. Gen. Warren 01-
ney III, bead of the department's
criminal division, said the govern
ment will act after the Nov. 6
election on "many thousands" of
complaints by formerly qualified
Negroes that will not be allowed
to vote.
He said the prosecutions could
not be undertaken on a sound le
gal basis until after the negroes
actually are blocked from voting.
"In every instance where we
can show a person was denied his
right to vote by reason of his col
or, we intend to prosecute," Olney
said.
He said the "unprecedented"
mass move to disfranchise Negro
voters had a recogniablze leaden
ship" in Alabama, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mississippi and North
Carolina.
Olney singled out as particular
trouble spots Montgomery and Ma
con counties in Alabama and
Grant Parish in Louisiana. He
told Senate investigators earlier
this year that similar conditions
prevaled in Ouachita and Rapides
in Louisana and Pierce County in
Georga.
Olney said under the leadership
of local White Cttiezns councils
thousands of Negroes who previ
ously had voted were stnckea
Little League
Girls 15 Boys 13
Fifteen girls and 13 boys were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight
Monday, according to the regular
hospital report. During the same
period 195 patients were admitted
and 197 were discharged.
The names and addresses of the
parents of the girl babies follow:
Capt. and Mrs. T.C. Claibourne of
Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. OV. Mahon
of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. G. So
ber. of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. J
Bingley, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. DuVaU. of Diablo
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. G. V
Brown, of La Boca; Mr. and Mrs.1
A. Bonilla of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Cruz of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Valentine of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. S.
Lumbsden of Panama City; T-Sgt
and Mrs. K. A. Nichols of Pedro
Miguel; T-Sgt. and Mrs. E. G.
Price of Locona; S-Sgt. and Mrs.
F. C. Dominguez, of Lacona: Lt.
and Mrs. A. R. Jackson of Fort
Kobbe; and ALC and Mrs. W. O.
Usery of Panama City.
Boys were born to the following
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jordan of
Panama City; T-Sgt. and Mrs. C.
W. Babb of Locona; Mr. and Mrs.
A. Marshall; of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs H. F. Williams of Gam
boa;! Mr. and Mrs. T. Gomez- of
Gamboa; M-Sgt. and Mrs. L. L.
Bryant of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs.
V. M. Mite of Gamboa: Mr. and
Mrs. K. E. Harewood of Panama
City; S-Sgt. and Mrs. A. I. Rey
nolds of Locona; Sgt. and Mrs. L.
D. Ferrer of Cocoli; SFC and Mrs.
D. J. Smolka of Fort Kobbe; Mr
and Mrs. U. C. Thomas of Pana
ma City; and Mr. and Mrs. P. F
McDonnell, of Los Rios.
Hitchhiking Pigeon
Doesn't Like Rain,
So He Grabs Plane
, BOSTON, Oct. 25 (UP)-Dreueh-
mg ,ram dampened a carrier pi
geon's enthusiasm today for I
race with an airliner. The bird
m.lr knt.A ) 'J J
j iiovc luugea a rme.
in pigeon was sunposed to
race to Oklahoma City, Okla.,
carrying a message from Boston's
acting Mayor Edward J. McCor-
mick to Oklahoma Gov. Raymond
Gary congratulating the state on
us sow anniversary.
Stanley C. Draper, director of
the Oklahoma Chamh of Cim
merce, released the pigeon at Lo Logan
gan Logan Airport. The bird fluttered a
few yards in the air, then
settled on the wing of an Ameri
can Alrlmes plane lt was sup
posed to race
The plane took off in the rain
with the pigeon still sitting on the

Manager

'Read

Negroes in 5 States

from the voting rolls in "three or
four sections" in each of the five
states.
In each case, he said, the Fed
eral Bureau of Investigation is
"actively investigating" the com complaints.
plaints. complaints. He said there was "an exact
pattern" to the method used to
"systematically knock off' Neg
roes es qualified voters in the af-
ieccen states. He showed a news
conference southern newspapers
accounts of how the Negroes were
purged."
in each case, he said, the
iNegroe s right to vote first was
challenged through the efforts of
Immature Persons
Constitute Hazard
To Safely Engineers
CHICAGO, Oct. 25 (UP) "E
gotistical fatheads" and immature
persons constitute a hazard faced
by modern safety erneers, the
National Safely Congress was loid
mar.
The statement was made hv
Arthur S. Johnson, vice president
for engineering of the American
Mutual Liability Insurance Co., be-
iore ine .sun annual meeting of
the congress.
-me egotistical fathead and the
immature, subjective, defensive
person," said Johnson, are two
types of people whose, unfavorable
behavior patterns nullify all ef efforts
forts efforts to communicate an idea or
get a right action.
Johnson also noted the job of
communicating ideas to others
was not simple.
, Meanwhile, Dr. H. Herman
Young said more accidental
deaths occur in farming than 'in
any other occupation and that the
farm accidental death rate is ex
ceeded only by mining and con construction.
struction. construction. The chairman of the orthopedic
section of Mayo Clinic, Rochester,
Minn., said most farm injuries
are caused by falls, farm machin machinery
ery machinery and livestock. In addition, he
said records show the injuries oc
cur in the farmers' most produc productive
tive productive years, about the age of 39
Six Cranes Whoop
It Up On Travels
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UP)
Six whooping cranes have safely
completed the flight from their
Canadian breeding grounds to the
Arkansas wild-life refuse in Tex-
s, the Fish and Wildlife Service
reported today.
More are expected to arrive be
fore the middle of November. A
count will be made then to deter determine
mine determine how the 25 surviving cranes
that headed north last Anril farer'
on their 5,000-mile trip. The count
also will show whether anv vounr
birds were produced.
Conservationists are trvinc han
to save the cranes.- They num
bered only 15 in 1941 but are mak
ing a comeback. In addition to in-

24 that flew north last sorin-'h:04

tnree are in zoos in this country.

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FIVE CENTS
a White Citiens Couzncil. White
voters of the community never
were challenged, Olney said.
He said the Negroes then were
ensnared in a number of techni technical
cal technical questions where only an exact
answer was accepted. Obey cited
one instance where Negro voters
were dropped from the rolls by
filling in a blank for color with
the letter -"c" instead of writing
out "colored."
He said one southern newspaper
reported that most prominent
whites in the community, includ including
ing including all members of the local White
Citizns Council, failed to meet
the standards in the form required
of negroes..
Olney said FBI investiaatione
turned up evidence of "one, large
conspiracy conducted by a top
echelon of leadership of white
council members. He refused to
"name names" at this point, how however.
ever. however. Olney said he brought the situs
tion to the attention of both the
Senate Elections jubcommittee
and the House Committee on Ad Administration.
ministration. Administration. He said he received
no reply from either group on his
offer to aid in a congressional in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. Shaggy Ike Tale
First Of Series
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UP) Ac Actor
tor Actor Cornell Wilde told a fundy story
Tuesday night to the Carpenters
Union anniversary dinner attend attend-ed
ed attend-ed by President Eisenhower.
Wilde said the story was making
Vie rounds in the West and he
wanted to be the first to ten it
here. It wtnt l'.ke this:
A man said he intended to vote
for Adlai Stevenson and a pro protesting
testing protesting friend asked why.
"I voted for Stevenson four
years ago and I've never had it
so good," the man replied.
Mr. Eisenhower, who has been
telling the story for weels laugh laughed
ed laughed diplomatically.
Weather Or Not
This weather report, for the 24
hours ending I a.m., teehrvv ii pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch ef the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURE
High
Lew
HUMIDITY:

84 12
71 72
91
74 7
Nil 7 Nil 9
1.39 1.7
I S2

Lew
WIND:
(max. mph) .
RAIN (inches)
WATER TIMP
(inner hareert)
FRIDAY OCTOBER 26
HIGH
LOW
2:08 a.m.
2:17 p.m.
a.m
1:44 p.m
- 6:58
0.49
8:51
OONLEVY NATALIE WW
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