The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPEWpflfl HX OMW NEWSPAPER
5atiama American
the people know the truth and the country is Abraham Lincoln.
INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
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32nd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1956
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Fuerza y Luz Chief
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Upcoming
A new telenhone exchance

plus the already-announced new 1500 kilowatt electric generat generat-lnf
lnf generat-lnf plant, are the prime current projects of the Cia. Paname Paname-na
na Paname-na de Fuena y Los (Panama Power and Light Co.) to provide
serrice matchinf Panama's growth, general manager T. E.
Oglesby said today.
The company expects to finance its $5,000,eeo 1957-61 plant
expansion locally, partly from reinvestment of earnings, and
the rest from the sale of securities.
Regarding nuclear power for Panama and Colon, Oglesby
was less specific as to dates and plans.
"When atomic power plants for generating electricity eaa
produce electric newer for our customers at a cost equal to or
tower than the cosf ot power produced in conventional facilities,
our company will certainly be ready to install atomic power,
plants," he said.

"The American and Foreign
Power Company, of which our
organization is a part, was the
first to announce the construc construction
tion construction of three nuclear power
plants In Latin America," Ogles Oglesby
by Oglesby recalled.
"Two of these plants have al already
ready already been ordered. The selec selection
tion selection of a third one is almost
completed at this time.
"No decision has yet been
made as to which LatV n Amer American
ican American countries will receive
these plants because the re required
quired required power bi-lateral agree agree-merits
merits agree-merits between the Latin
American Governments and
the United States Government
have not yet entered into.
"Research and development in
the use of atomic energy for
peacetime application are mak making
ing making great strides," Oglesby con continued,
tinued, continued, "Some electric generating
tilants using- nuclear fuel are
being constructed and more will
be built. Se far it has not been
determined what type of atomic
reactor will be, the most success successful
ful successful in (he future as every project
Is on an experimental basis.
"TOi HiveaUiMBl Teqarefl Tor
a small nuclear power plant is
as yet higher than for a con conventional
ventional conventional plant of equal she,
and operating costs are ex expected
pected expected to be higher.
"We have contacts with a
firm in New York which has a
nuclear engineering division to
keep abreast of atomic power
research and development. It is
ataffed with highly trained en engineers
gineers engineers and scientists and
through this means we are able
to leam of the progress being
made.
"In the meantime Panama
is supplying all demands for
electricity," he sard. "We use
modern, efficient oil fired
steam plants. It is net expect expected
ed expected that these plants will be
Lost Securities
Feature In Suit
Against Widow
The Maryland Casualty Com Company
pany Company has filed suit in VS. Dis District
trict District Court against Ada Ducilla
Knight de Thompson for $1351. $1351.-46
46 $1351.-46 in connection with a bond is issued
sued issued in connection with lost se securities.
curities. securities. Mrs. Thompson, who is de described
scribed described in the complaint as a
Panama dressmaker, is named
as the widow of George A.
Thompson, an American who
was for many years head wait waiter
er waiter at the Hotel Tivoli.
The Casualty Company,
through its attorney William J.
Sheridan Jr.. charges that they
Issued a bond to her in 1953 in
connection with the loss of 15
shares of preferred stock of the
Comoaflia Panama de Fuerza y
Luz which had belonged to
Thompson.
Meanwhile, the complaint
charges, James Marshall, Pub
lic Administrator in the Canal
Zone, made a claim last spring
against the Fuerza y Luz for the
stock, together with dividends
amounting to $1037.17.
The Fuerza y Luz, the com complaint
plaint complaint charges, then made a
claim against the Casualty Com Company,
pany, Company, which in turn called on
Mrs. Thompson, who has alleg allegedly
edly allegedly refused and neglected to
repay.
On Sept. 21, the plaintiff paid
the Public Administrator $1037. $1037.-17.
17. $1037.-17. It is also alleged the Public
Administrator has $450 in his
possession.
The plaintiff seeks a judgment
for these amounts and fees.
High And. .Err
WASHINGTON. Oct. 26 (UP)
The Agriculture Department has
admitted it made a slight mistake
Tuesday in announcing eight Ohio
counties had been designated
"drought disaster areas.
A red-faced department official
said the counties actually had
been designated disaster areas be became
came became el recta excessive rains.

Projects

mi Via Espana at Rio Abalo,
made obsolete overnight by
the coming of nuclear power.
"Practically all of the experts
are in agreement that, at beat,
nuclear power plants will make
a gradual entry into the com
mercial power field. Year by
year an increasing number of
new plants will be nuclear
plants, but in the meantime ex ex-istine
istine ex-istine Dlants will have a lone life
of useful service."
Emphasizing- thaJt his comna-
ny is vitally interested in pro
viding Panama city and Colon
with satisfactory service, now
and in the future, Oglesby said:
"At present Cia. panamefia de
Fuerza y Luz has adequate facil facilities
ities facilities to serve the public within
reach of our electric lines, our
gas mains and our telephone ca cables.
bles. cables. (Continued on Page It)
Wages Of Sin
Deathdealing
Blow Taxwise
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP)
congress is taxing steps to raise
me cost or living in sm.
Congressional tax experts dis
closed that they are considering
increasing taxes on bachelor play-
Di-ys wno set up nouseKeepmg with
women to whom they are not mar married.
ried. married. As matters stand now, the way wayward
ward wayward male can claim an income
tax exemption amounting to $600
c-y declaring that his mistress is a
"dependend of (his) household."
But a House Ways and Means
subcommittee indicated Wednes
day that the days of tax relief for
illicit love may be numbered.
The subcommittee announced it
is considering legislation that
would bar a taxpayer from count
ing as a member of his household
any individual with whom his re relationship
lationship relationship at any time during the
taxable year is in "violation, of lo
cal law."

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(picture above) and the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side (photo to right)
were told of their key role in
community living this week
by Canal Zone Governor W. E.
Potter.
The governor also told the
teachers they should be aware
of "economic, political and so so-e
e so-e al development of Latin
America and especially that
on the Isthmus.". He met with
the two groups on Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons at a
special meeting,
Introductions were made by
Paul L. Beck, Principal of
nriatnhai. and S. E. Esser, Su
perintendent of Canal Zone
scnoois.
Also on the governor's agen agenda
da agenda was a brief outline of the
Canal administration a,!ms in
developing Zone schools to the
highest possible level.
Mrs. Belle Green
Dies Suddenly In NY
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b.. r.run well-known rest-
dent of the Isthmus for many
years, has oeen receiv
lier death occurred in Long
Bland, N.Y., last night after a
sudden illness. Funeral services
are to be held there Monday.
Mrs. Green was the widow of
Frank Green, an employe of the
Canal organization for many
years, whose death occurred two
years ago. For more than a year
Mrs. Green has made her home
with friends and fprmer resi residents
dents residents for the Canal Zone.
Mr, Green retired from the
Canal organization in April 1948
after more than 30 years serv service.
ice. service. At the time of his retire retirement
ment retirement he was supervisor of bus
tsinaportation in the Motor
Transportation uiviau.
After his retirement, Mr. and
Mrs. Green lived at their home
in Panama near Madden Dam.
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP) The United States, Britain, and France are
opening discussions immediately on possible United Nations action against Russia
for military intervention in Hungary, diplomatic sources said today.
The state department already is consulting with Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge, Jr., U. S. delegate to the U. N., on the possibility of U. N. action. Talks in-i
volving Britain, France and other nations will be initiated in New York and other
allied capitals.

Officials said (these powers will
try to determine whether free
world interests would be advanc advanced
ed advanced by a U.N. "review" of Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's action in Hungary Hungary-Investigation
Investigation Hungary-Investigation of possible U.N.
action is only one of many
moves under, consideration here.
Other moves could include of offers
fers offers of financial and economic
help to Hungary, Poland and
other satellites, and an angry
protest to Moscow over the kill killing
ing killing of Hungarians by Red army
troops.
Meanwhile, at least 20 lead leaders
ers leaders of the Hungarian revolt
have been hanged on flagpoles
and lam posts along the Dan Danube
ube Danube river in Budapest, a Swiss
eyewitness of the Hungarian
revolution said today.
"I have also witnessed the
shooting of innocent women and
children by Soviett tanks," h
added.
Private's Progress
Hailed (be Tankful)
MANHEIM, Germany, Oct. 26 26-(UP)
(UP) 26-(UP) A U.S. Army private was
charged today with taking a 45-
ton tank for a joy ride down der der-many'2
many'2 der-many'2 Autobahn superhighway.
Military police said Pvt. Walter
F. Brown, 20, of tauente, iNev.,
took the M47 tank from Coleman
Barracks near Manheim and
frightened motorists along a seven
mile stretch of the Autobahn, iney
said he finally pulled off the high highway
way highway and ripped through two fences
and a garden before stopping at a
railroad crossing, where he was
arrested.

Navy Flier Rivals Man Who Met Self

Shoots uown Jet Fighter Plane While

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP) -The
Navy said today this actually
happened a jet fighter plane flew
so fast it caught up with its own
speeding bullets and shot itself
down.
The stranger-than-fiction acci accident
dent accident was a "million-to-one shot,"
a spokesman said, and may never
happen again. But as a precaution
the Navy has warned test pilots
to turn aside or pull up after test
firing their guns.
The plane which lost the dog
fight with itself was an FllF
supersonic fighter flown by test
nilot Tom At.tr idee, who made a
crash landing in which he snf
fered a fractured leg and three
broken vertebrae.

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Henne sad he was told that
several rebels were thrown out
of the fourth floor windows of
Budapest's radio house when
tried to storm the studio on
Tuesday night.
Aliother Western traveler, a
businessman of Frankfurt in
West Germany, said he saw the
bloody battle on Budapest s par parliament
liament parliament square when Soviet
tanks fired irtto a huge crowd of
unarmed demonstrators.
The businessman said the
number of bodies in Budapest
was "in the thousands." He esti estimated
mated estimated that about 2,000 to 3,000
were killed in the uprising.
Piles of corpses are still lying
in seme parts of the city, the
traveler said.
An Austrian traveler said he
saw a 10-year-o!d girl of Buda
on the right bank of the Danube
who had lost her parents and
nine of her brothers and sisters
seed six to 16 years "within a
few seconds."
"They were all killed by a
shell from a Soviet tank when
trying to reach their home," the
eyewitness said.
"The little girl was the only
survivor of the family. She ran
away, cryln? and covered with
lihe !blood of her parents."
The Swiss eyewitness told a
West Berlin newspaper that
the Hessians had begun a "hor "horror
ror "horror regime" in Hungary. He
said he sti'i v-a tiken by tne
terror he had seen.
"People were rounded up and
shot on the spot or hanged," he
said. 'Others were taken away
on trucks. In areas of the city
captured by Soviet troops the
population, among them women
Attridge never knew what hit
him he thought it was bird that
shattered his bullet-proof canopy
until liter.
The Navy said three shell holes
were ftund in the crashed plane
and a cannon slug of the' type
Attridge was firing was lodged in
the jet .engine.
This, it said, was proof that
Attridge qualifies as a rival to the
legendary man who turned around
so fast he met himself eoming
back.
The accident occurred Sept. 21
when the 33-vear-old test pilot, s
former Navy flier, was testing the
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and mowed down with machine
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Drunk Driver's
Sentence Hiked,
Then Suspended
On an appeal of a sentence
meted out in Balboa Magistrate's
Court for driving while intoxi
cated, Paul J. Klener, 52, re received
ceived received an increased sentence In
U.8. District Court, but the sen
tence was suspended, and ne
was put on probation for a year.
The defendant is a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian of Swiss birth.
In both courts, he pleaded
guilty to being intoxicated at
4:40 p.m. on Oct. 6 when a Ca
nal Zone noliceman took him in
to custody on Roosevelt Avenue.
His driving was such that a pe pedestrian
destrian pedestrian in a crosswalk had to
hop to keep out of his way.
In Masltrate's Court he was
fined $100 and given five days
in Jail.
In the higher court, Judge
Guthrie P. Crowe stated that
he found no fault with the ac
tion of the lower court.
However, upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of District Attorney Row Rowland
land Rowland K. Hazard he sentenced
Kiener to 15 days instead of five
daya, but suspended the sen sentence
tence sentence and put the defendant on
probation for a year.
Kiener paid the fine and costs
of the action.
He was represented by attor-
ney Charles E. Ramirez.
Prom an altitude of about 13,000;
feet, Attridge put the plane into
a shallow dive at a speed of about
880 miles an hour and fired two
four-second blasts.
As he continued in the dive the
canopy over the cockpit suddenly
shattered and Attridge headed for
an sir strip near Calverton, LI.
But then the engine conked out
and he had to make a crash land landing
ing landing in a wooded area a half-mile
short of the field.
A Navy spokesman said the ex-
nerhi have surmised that this is
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Seek $3800 Each
In Back Overtime
Over Three Years

American stevedore foremen, head stevedores and
stevedores employed by the Panama Canal Company filed

suit in U.S. District Court

tending over a period of three years.
The suit is brought in the name of John P. Carrigan,
Jr., and all other similarly situated, j
Plaintiffs seek $3800 apiece, more or less, for what
they ajlege was uncompensated overtime due them for
work between Aug. 1, 1953, and Aug. 5, 1956.
It is understood that about 20 men still in duty status
are affected. But it the statute of limitations is found not
to apply, others who have left the Company or retired will
also have standing under the suit. 3

In a complaint filed today,
Corrigan charges that he and
the others who have been em employed
ployed employed by the company conti continuously
nuously continuously since Aug. 1., 1053, work worked
ed worked at least nine hours daily and
in excess of a 40-hour work week
in each week that they were
called upon to perform any work
up to Aug. I.
rums
Dominican Newsman
Challenges Dubois
To Duel In Uruguay
HAVANA, 'Oct. 26 (UP)-A Do Dominican
minican Dominican newspaperman challeng challenged
ed challenged Jules Dubois of the Chicago
Tribune to a duel yesterday to cli
max a heated argument at a com
mittee meeting of the Inter-Amer
ican Press Association.
Dubois said the challenge was
"propaganda" move and Indicated
he would decline.
Ramon Marrero Arista, corre
spondent for La Nacion of Ciudad
Trujlllo, issued the challenge dur during
ing during a meeting of the freedom of
the press committee ot tne lAra.
Dubois, Latin American corre correspondent
spondent correspondent for the Chicago Tribune,
is chairman of the committee.
The committee met to hear
charges against the Dominican
Republic about auegea iacK oi
freedom of the press. Both exiled
newsmen and working correspona-
ents for Dominican newspapers
testified.
Dubois refused to greet Marre-ro-
Arista when the committee
meeting opened. After a heated
exchange of words over political
differences, the Dominican chal-
inffd Dubois to a duel m uru-
puav. He presumably selected that
South American Republic because
dueling is banned elsewhere.
Dubois told the United Press
later that Marrero-Arista "wants
to make nrooasanda on his own
behalf and for (Generalissimo Ra
fin Truiillo."
"T am not afraid of Him," the
nuiamn said "However, I am
not going to play into Marrero's
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VIROTNIA BEACH. Va. Oct. 26
(UP) Pfc. Burton Boyer return
ed from three months duty with
the Armv near the Arctic Circle
and found his family a new apart
ment on Arctie Ave.
Coming Back:
Flying In
It
however, began to slow down be
cause of air resistance and the
drag of gravity caused tbem to
follow a curved trajectory toward
the water.
The jet plrne, meanwhile, main maintained
tained maintained or even picked up speed
as it went into a slightly steeper
dive. About two or three miles
from the point where the guns
were fired the paths of the shell?
and the plane crossed. Attridge
thus scored a direct hit on him himself.
self. himself. The FllF is a new fighter now
undergoing tests before being
placed into use by the fleet. It is
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today for back overtime ex-
received compensation for only
eight hours each day and 40
hours each week contrary to e-
existing laws
(Sines Aug. 5 of this year, it
is understood, the men have
been paid overtime.)
stevedore group claims
were entitled to
er
Hi
202 (7) of the CinKftation
of 1949, 63 Stat. 954 et seq., 5 U.
S. C 1082, Executive Order No.
10263 of June 29, 1951, and Sec Sections
tions Sections 132 and 138,' Title 4 of the
Canal Zone Code.
Most but not all of the plain plaintiffs
tiffs plaintiffs are members of the In1
ternational Long shoremen's
Association.
The stevedores' complaint was
filed by attorney Charles E. Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez and attorney William 8.
Tyson of Washington.
U. S. Marshal Joseph Kinkaid
served Gov. William E. Potter
with the complaint about 11 a.
m. today.
All Over 16 Years
May 'Vole' Al Post
On Election Day
A post-wide election, in which
all those over 16 years of age
will have a chance to express
their preference between Presi
dent Elsenhower and Mr. Stev
enson, highlights tne Election
Day plans at the Army service
clubs.
A voting booth will be estab established;
lished; established; ballots mimeographed
and numbered; and a group ef
volunteers from each post ap appointed
pointed appointed as Election Judges in an
attempt to bring the election
back in the States a little clos closer
er closer to soldiers.
All civilians, military person personnel
nel personnel and dependents, who either
live or work on post are eligible
to "vote" in the simulated elec election,
tion, election, results of which will be an announced
nounced announced both at the service
clubs and over CPN when tabu tabulated.
lated. tabulated. Polls for the straw vote win
be ope nfrom eight in the morn morning
ing morning until five that evening.
Main interest, of course, will
center on the results of the Pres Presidential
idential Presidential election Itself, and to
keep those on post Informed
with up-to-the-minute results.
Mrs. Dorrls Caldwell (Fort Clay
ton Service Club director) play playing
ing playing the John Cameron Swayze
role, will set up a large tally
board containing both the elec electoral
toral electoral and popular vote. The
board will be changing conti continually
nually continually as the states report their
totals, and the information re relayed
layed relayed to Panama. 1
Bingo will be held as Usual
that night, with state-sldl elec election
tion election news announced between
the games as It becomes avail available.
able. available. Coffee will be on hand
during the evening.
Tax Woes Slight
STANTON, Calif. Oct. 26 (UP)
George Karcher offered to be the
city's public relations man for $1
a year but the City Council diss
greed.
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council raised ms pay to, a
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Decorations

THE MAIL BOX

FREE RIDERS
To all U.S. Citizen:
A. Are you a, "free-rider"?
Junketing Congressional representatives are not the only
' free-riders. '' There is another type, judging from the recent
.indifference of United States citizens when requested to renew

"their membership in the United States Citizens' Association.
'At Such lameduck excuses as: "I'm not a Joiner-upper; christ christ-mas
mas christ-mas is coming; I've just returned from vacation; I belong to
,' auch-and-sucn Association" are given. All these may be legiti legitimate
mate legitimate excuses to you but they render no assistance to an All All-..American
..American All-..American Association that has been striving for more than four
years to regain and retain benefits that you have injoyed for
l.'&ears with scarcely any effort on your part.
if The first excuse indicates you have a closed mind; to the
"second one, I say, "so what? Christmas has always rolled
' laround; to the third one, everyone knows that you dian't have
-to pay your fare to the States remember that we have "free
' Itrajjsportatlon" now; to the last excuse the fact that you
! (joined other organizations but did not join USA is pure dls dls-!
! dls-! leriminatlon isn't it?
I SH In our United States of America many "Citizens" Aisocla Aisocla-i
i Aisocla-i 'tions exist for numerous causes, but here In the Panama Canal
". (Zone it exists for only one reason; your benefit and that of
J "jour dependents.
! f USCA Is the only organization on the Isthmus of Panama
i which represents the entire family by maintaining legal counsel
I in Washinpton as a watchdog for legislation affecting the wel-
fare, of the individual employe and his dependents.
" These same Congressional "free-riders" and other visiting
mVTP's to the Isthmus, have expressed themselves as believing
"that "to keep his head above water" the Canal employe must
! Shave his own professional representative in Washington. Do
you want legal representation, or do you wish to depend upon
', I your own abilities?
f You and yours are becoming more radically affected as
'leach session of Congress 'convenes. It is more Imperative now
than ever before that you maintain some legal representation
'In an effort to offset the passage of any legislation introduced
S which could effect your welfare and security. USCA is only as
'-strong as its membership. In unity there is success; disunity
assures failure. You and I know what we think of a "free--Tlder"
and It Is not in the terms of an exalted opinion.,
Work of USCA is conducted by United States citizens vital vitally
ly vitally conscious of its primary function: protection of your wel wel-!
! wel-! fare. It offers you legal representation at the Washington level,
based on American principles and tradition; USCA seeks to di direct
rect direct the formation of policies in Washington which will give
you a fair deal and some assurance that an effort is being
, made to render such assistance promptly, whenever needed.
Irate USCA Member
SPORTSMANSHIP
k sir: -.-k
I have lust one Question to ask. but tint I would like to

; say a few words. CHS Is noted for its spirit. We, the Bulldogs,
Msnaet and admire them for that. jRiere is just one thins

; spirit also includes good sportsmanship .(which means being a
I good loser). .W-ers
This "Wondering" is not, or he would not be using, the

words he wrote in the "Mall Box," Tuesday, October 23. He
' might not mind losing, but it team his heart out to see the
honors go to the Bulldogs. The trouble with Cristobal Is they
X don't play as a team.
They don't limit their fighting to a football .field. They
E fight among themselves.
The next time the writer of "Tiger Rags" is telling a tear tear-i,
i, tear-i, Jerker story about Milton Grover not being able to play, let
I him tell the people how Grover was Injured.
There Is only one coach on this Zone but, by golly, it cer cer-"
" cer-" tainly isn't in CHS.
Now, for my question: Where Is the good sportsmanship
I Cristobal Is known for? They haven't shown it yet.
A Proud Bulldog

By VICTOR RIISEL

Some of "arry Truman's letters
ma-', more headlines than his

tory. Soma of President Eisen

bower's letters are making more
history than headlines. There is
one such letter in the pocket of a

union member in a small New

Jersey factory town

This fellow has been carrying it
around for weeks prizing it, of

course but at the same time sit sitting
ting sitting on one of the good stories of

this campaign.

The note won't electrify the
world but it will reveal that there
is a sharp difference between the

White House campaign strategy

and that of the more conserve

tive Republican senators. It will
disclose that the President long

ago decided get into this cam

paign for the labor vote by going

over the heads of tne labor lead

erspersonally.

It all began on August 29

This was jus" -mrs after the

AF' .10 high command came out

of its closeu conference room in

Unity House, Pa., and told news

men that it had voted to endorse

St ven and Kefauver

On hearing this over the radio,
s worker by the name of John J.

Butkus, an electric pc .vered truck
driver in General Electrk's air

conditioning depaltment in Bloom

field, N.J., u.t down and wrote a

letter to the White House. He ad

dressed himself not to the Presi

dent but to Jim Hagerty conveyor

of presidential tidings to the na

tion s ss. This is the letter But-

kus wrote:

"Dear Mr. James C. Hagerty:

I am taking this great opportunity

as a common working man to ex

press my personal opinion in re

gards to my high ranking AFL
CIO union officials who have en

dorsad the Democratic ticket for

the presidential election.

"I am a union member of the

AFLCIO International Union of

Electrical 'orkers. District 4,

Newtrk, N.J., employed at the

General Electric Co. Air Condi

tioning Dept., Bloomfield, N.J., as

an electric powered truck driver.
I also represent the union in this
plant serving as a shop steward

Of Lot. 442

"Now what I would like to say

in this matter is this

"I respect my district union
president am all the high ranking
union -.fidals. will support my
respected officers in any labor
dispute, regardless of mat the

LBH eJafgT pMiegt9gflev

Walter Winchell In New Yorn

The Joan Crawford-Anita Sex Sex-berg
berg Sex-berg feud in London is new a
Dilly, Tille! La Crawford (who
once atomie'd Mmmm Monroe)
criticized Anita in British papers
for "combing her hair at a cafe
table." (Girls!)
Edmund Purdom (once Linda
Christian's baybee) does the quiet
corners of the Raleigh Room
(Warwick Hotel) with Selena Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, the men-flipper.

Barrister Roy M. Cohn (neme (nemesis
sis (nemesis of U. S. Scummies). will deny

outcome may be. I will. Walk pick- t J usual But he is gahgah ( and

Y" ''
w ii i in' i n i in ii

et lines a;. I have in tl past. I
will go hjnfry as I did many

times. I will go on strike when whenever
ever whenever they say. But this I will

never, be Dart of. therefore I

want to state very clearly that I

am not and wil' not be a part of

their politics! views.
"As far as I m concerned, they

are thinking and speaking for

themselves and nobody else."
A week or so later Butkus re

ceived a While Hou?e reply, Not
from the press secretary but from
the .es lent himself For on
Sept. 5, Mr. Eisenhower dictated

the following note

"Dear Mr. Butkus: Mr. Hagerty
has allowed me to read vour very

forthright letter concerning your
refusal to' allow anyone else to

speak for you in the exercise of

your indestructible American right
of political freedom. I respect you

for your pronouncement of union

loyalty and all those things for
which unions are organised the

betterment of the individual work
er's lot though the right and pow

er of organiation and collective

bargaining.
' "At the samn time I most sin

cerely hope and believe that

your determination to express

I'

Bftoeoo) over a client. Her name

Barbara Hoch, ex-Bonwlt-Teller

mnMnil Parted from Chas. tivans,

co-prop, of the Evans-Picone skirt

outfit.

Puk Parris, still a looker (site

we saw her last 15 years ago;,
mnA rwis Lillv are dooming at

The Little Club. The author of

how to Marry a muuuubuc

Liny) never did.

nnrHinff star Margaret Whit

ing (making her debut at The
m a I aU nan

Copt) Bunerea wnen uui wkih
trans ( seated on the mezz)

.f th midnieht oerf Satdee

iHn ht un. When they

wouldn't stop we walked out in

will never find it necessary, to

one-man protest against the do to set some action?

management wmcn permits sucn
(deleted by the editor) to agonize
a decnet girl trying to make a
respectable living.

Attn Look Mag: Thanks for the

Marie Torre tv piece but you
should have let me (ss I offered)
help you get the captions right.
That charming lady (Connie Ryan)

is not Mrs. W.
Add Love Letters: Don't miss

David Cort's article on the gossip

columnists in the Oct. 13 issue of

The Nation . "Who are these
characters? asks the author,

"Winchell," he reports, "obviously
shows the bast balance, the most
subtle and professional grasp of

new interest; Sullivan is the most

cursory, unbalanced and genera
ly amateurish. Winehett .CFi

an antique habit of helping ob

scure people in snow business
whenever he can."

Your Honor, if It will please the

Cort: Hugs and Kixxxxxx.
Warning to a trouble-hunter:

Stop giving playboys a ride home

(and to all-night Mints) in a ro ro-lice
lice ro-lice Car. Especially the wife-both-erer
you rode home last week.
Don't confirm what that British
loafer (here a year ago) told the
London papers, you dope.

cine Washington

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wiu uey v y a Time mag staffer
your support y signed to call us up for
ers, to carry out the part of you
pledge whicfc i. says, 'I wUl jo bun L b M b' fi

gry as i uio many r
seems to me that this country of
ours is producing quality goods at
such a rate that it should never
again be necessary for a qualified

worker to go nungry evn u u
should find :t upon fare occasion
necessary to strike.

"With renewed assurance of my
respect for your position, and

wi h hes. wisr.es. sincerely

your own political decision in your Dvight D. Eisenhower."
own way is shared by the great' These were the President's sin

bulk of Americans, including those cere statements, made privately
who form our trade unions. almost two months ago, intended

"I also express the hope that you quietly to thank a union voter.

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whotdied. We

busy fighting ju

venile delinpunks, the Weinberger
kidnap case, trying to help Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Sherwood (she made a 6000
mile round trip to H'wood so she

wouldo t be nervous before movie

stars), very little sleep, tv rehear rehearsals,
sals, rehearsals, etc., that we rarely see the
papers or our mall any more. So
this Time gal wanted our comment

. . "He's dead! we exclaimed.
"I thought he'd never leave! I'm

glad he lived long enough to see
ma get back off the canvas where
he and others tried to Blow the
Man Down." So, before hanging
up, for which I apologized to the

sweet-voiced gin, i said: "Thanxs.

I'll do his sunovobituary!"

L.L. in the Post: "Mickey Roo Roo-ney
ney Roo-ney was married to Betty Grable."
When was that?
The 18th Precinct writes that

that W. 61st Street scene (where
yellow cabs hogged the entire
parking space of the gutter, both
sides and both sidewalks) "never
happened before." That a cop was
issuing tickets at the time, etc.
You are misinformed, sir. It hap happened
pened happened every night until the Mir

ror newsman put it in the paper
. . Comm. Kennedy this is why:
Michael Marshall owns the large

open air garage on the street for

ms fleet oi cans, nut ne uses both
sidewalks and that Street to park
them. He leased his garage to a

car dealer named Allen across the

street. (Quite a trick, wot?)

Shelley Winters embarrassed Ed
Murrow (the other program) when
she injected a boost for her choice.
Mr. Sievenson. "I hope he wins,
she said, "for the take of my
daughter!" Mr. Murrow's heavy
ciggie smoke screen couldn't hide
his embarrassment. Exercising
the same privilege we hope Ike
wins for the sake of Everybody's
Dghtr!
Overheard at El Morocco last

night- A famed U. S. Senator

(i)emocrat) groaned to intimates:
"He can't possibly win-" A come

dian par of Truman reportedly told
friends: "Oh, Brother! f.bave, to

mane six speecnes for a lost
cause."

4 Complaint for Jim Hakertv:

Ol ...... 1 w n:

r icase cup lur mi. Dig, Mamie
and Company: "Dear Walter: I
tuned in your show Friday night
and felt hurt and irritated when

it was cut 5 minutes for a politl

cal speech. Am surprised you'd
allow such a thing. (Ed. Note:

The network has to sell such time

in an Election year. I couldn't

stop it. Stevenson gets S minutes

too, Nov. 2nd) ... If I want to

fisbn to political speeches I know

wnat radio stations to turn to
Sorry I had to tune off WRCA

NBC for disc jockey elsewhere.
Regards, Phil Birnbaum, 104 Fifth

Avenue, New York (i N.Y.

WASHINGTON Part of the

reported deal between the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration and Negro

Congressman Adam Clayton!

roweu of Harlem, Democrat,

who has just declared for Ike, is
now leaking out.

Part of the deal was tne release

of Powell', secretary. Hattie Dod-

son, from a federal penitentiary.
The records of Alder son, W. Va.,
Women's Federal Reform Reformatory
atory Reformatory show that she was released
on October IT, one day before
Congressman Powell gave his

New York press conference de detailing
tailing detailing the reasons for his polit

ical switch.

Mrs. Dodson was convicted of

income tax evasion after paying
salsry kickbacks to Pdwell. In the

case of three other congressmen

exposed ny mis column ior wui
salary kickbacks, it was they who
were convicted, not their secre

taries.

In this case, however. Mrs. Dod

son refused to testify against Con
gressman Powell. Time after time
she was asked about Powell's role

in taking kickbacks. But over ana
over again she refused to impli implicate
cate implicate Powell. Over and over she
claimed the kickbacks were her
own fault.
Since a congressman's staff Is
paid out of federal funds, by all
the taxpayers, he is not permit permitted
ted permitted to take any part o. ft back
for himself.
Mrs. Dodson was sentenced to
jail for seven months on July 16 16-"NO
"NO 16-"NO C0MM1HT"
When Justice Department offi officials
cials officials were queried as to how she
got out on October IT, a ripple
of consternation couplet with a
tide of 'no comment" surged
throueh the department.

James Bennett, director of the
Federal Bureau of Prisons and a

career me., who has hem the po

sition under both Democrats and

Republicans, referred inquires to
the Federal Parole Board. Thom Thomas
as Thomas 0. Grover, executive officer of
the parole board, also withheld
eomment.
Scovel Richardson, chairman of

the parole board, sard he could
not comment, that all press in

quiries must come from the press

relations office oi we justice ut-

nartmant

Richardson, a Negro Repub

lican from St. Louis, has been on

the verae of appointment as

U.S. district judge in St. Louis, in

which case he would be the first

Negro district court judge in his

tory. Although Justice uepen uepen-ment
ment uepen-ment officials had gone so far as
to auery Missouri senators as to

whether there would be any ob

jection- to Richardson's appoint

ment and seemed all set to name

Pattycakes to Sam H. Day (edi

tor of the N. Y. Journal-Amerl

can) for his indignant essay (Sat

dee) on the 4 teen-age rodents
from West 47th Street, who

slugged newsmen into a hospital.

In for 3 weeks. He came out

with an injury to a heart artery.
I told the 4 bums' mothers (in
court): "Stop crying about your
sons. Start praying that photog photographer
rapher photographer Lenny Morgan doesn't die.

Because if he does, your rotten

There is so little Stevenson
money that Wall Street and Broad Broadway
way Broadway Bettfng Brokers will tilt the
ndds nn Ike tn ran in (run

3V4 to 1 to 6 to 1 this morning.

(to enuce sucxer coin.)
Lisa Kirk confirmed the coly coly-urn's
urn's coly-urn's raves bv nacklne th Km.

pire Room at the Waldorf. She's

on large salary plus a percent

age. The Waldorf Cover charge
checker reported that Liia'i let

week topped Belafonte's The
Waldorf's record-breaker . Ro-

oerta snerwood flew back to her
ailina husband and 3 hnvi vtr-

morn. 1 took her around midtown
to meet "my gang." The mendi mendicants,
cants, mendicants, the cops, firemen, store-

sooo embarrassed. Its stale jook-

dox man i nave one Koberta plat

ter, nut an me oincr jukes (near
by) had four of her nits.

To the Jukebox Convention in
town: How come not one iukeborf

in aan rrancisco (during the
COP Convention) had a single
sherwood disc? What do I have to

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eratt ever said about it
Prochnow charges that
and materials have been

misdirected or misguided'' in

xey countries. Some of th.es
countries, including Turkey, ar

on me verge M oanxxuptcy,

our uNxucient poueiei haven

ty alarming.

Though nany Renahliran.

leuea foreign aid under the Dem

ocrais, rresiaent Eisenhower
only has continued it. but

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dle economic affairs and advise

svuum uu lureiKll in f nr com a

manfkt la Ua- V It J

ue uas uawi cnairman of
the se-caUed "Prochnow Commit Committee"
tee" Committee" on which sit renratantativaa

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national Cooperation Association.

in reporx was supposed to have
been, published some weeks ago.

wmm av auu us uyuamiie mat it
was delayed by top administration
leaders. It will no be published

now, and its submittal mav h.

.. Mm LI .

even turuier aeiayeo.

PROCHNOW OlllTC

Prochnow. meanwhile ha

dred his resignation. The report

" uo we pressure en tun
to suppress it so great that he
decided to go back to Chicago As
5 Rvubliean, however, he
dated his resignation November
15 so no trouble would break be before
fore before the election.
Some of the highlights of the
dynamite-laden report:
L A Defense Department rep rep-resentative
resentative rep-resentative verbally promised
Pakistan aid equivalent to $13?"
2?0:.000- BTJule of. delays and in in-nation,
nation, in-nation, fulfillment of that aid fi finally
nally finally cost $650,000,000. Part of the
delay resulted from misunder misunderstanding
standing misunderstanding as to what the Defense
Department official had promised
Pakistan. In Order to keep Pak Pakistan
istan Pakistan happy, their version of the
promise was finally accepted.
2. Harold Stassen, former bead
of International Cooperation, also
made e verbal commitment to
Turkey which will cost the Amer Amer-IS!"
IS!" Amer-IS!" twPy" between $500,000,
000 and one billion dollars over a
five-year period.

Stassen churned that his verba!
commitment was conditional on
certain return commitments h

ny amass were areeened. In

FOREIGN AID MAY BLOW UP
A very hush-hush, vitally im important
portant important report on foreign aid is
due to be submitted to the Na National
tional National Security Council today. It
is already the topic of unhappy
backstage debate and will cause
even more unhappiness if such
Reputmcan leaders as Senators
Kn o w i a n d of California and
Bridges of New Hampshire de demand
mand demand its publication.
The secret report, prepared by

Herbert Prochnow, deputy under

sons will be charged with homi- secretary of state for economic
cide. Meaning the electric chair! "affairs, says more critical things

was compelled to agree with

ey.

Tnd .a.mA L. -J.

v AVimtt vtauu uc a 1 41 III

"Top Secret,"

him, his appointment has not yet
been made.

possibility that the judgeship was
being dangled over his head as
chairman of the parole board in
order to induce Mrs. Dodson's
early parole, he belittled thia and
referred all matters to the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department press officer.
The Justice Department press
officer stated that Mrs. Dodson
had become eligible for parole on
Sept. 35, had been given a hear hearing
ing hearing that same day, and had been
granted parole effective Oct. 17.
Beyond this, the Justice Depart Department
ment Department would make no comment.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be Behind
hind Behind the Screen: Mark Stevens,
who threatened to quit as an
actor, baa changed his mind. He s
beginning to accept his first out out-aide
aide out-aide acting chores sinfc he wound
up Jjis Big Town role for TV
screens . Rock Hudson and his
U-I bosses are heading for a
knock-down, drag-out contract
fight.
Big surprise te the glitter den
Mt is Stuart Cramer Hi's appear-
. k, hriaht tDOtS with a

.., at mavia dolll. He's tht

. millianaira who hated

publicity when he was courting
Jean Peters, and who is now be being
ing being divorced by her.
Frank Sinatra is shopping for
an island off the Florida Keys for
a getting-away-from-it-a retreai.
. ,NBC has 18 attorneys working
on the $5,000,000 lawsuit filed
against the network by Dean
Kartin and Jerry Lewis.
Medics are warning Henry Fon Fon-Ma
Ma Fon-Ma to take it easy. . MGM s
profits in leasing its old movies to
TV have hit $24,800,000. .. Enc
von Stroheim, who made a mm
comeback in "Sunset Boulevard,
is writing his third novel and his
memoirs in Paris. The third por portion
tion portion of his life tale he says, will
be called "My Dclne.' . The
London Times, which ignored
Marilyn Monroe's arrival in Eng Eng-UndTdevoted
UndTdevoted Eng-UndTdevoted half a column to
Liberace's British invasion.
Steve Forrest flipped after
SMlng himself m iungle scenes
for "Fallon Idol":
"You can't sm Forrest for the
trees."
Errol Flynn'S now the sole own-
of the ill-fated, uncom;
pleted movie, "William Tell.
He'll now reach down into his
private apple barrel for funds
with which to complete the pic picture
ture picture . Greer Garson returns to
TV Dec.' 18 for a home screen
version of "The Little Foxes
Tallulah Bankhead starred in the
play in 1939 and Bette pavis did
the movie version in, 1941.
The Wltnet: Overheard m a stu studio
dio studio front office: Executive to an
underling: "Look, when I wan
ur opmion, I'U'tfve it to you."

-- '"' Mr. JMI!

this ia noiiT-' v i iJ
m ..ui Ar m D a h I it

TT r.ilaa for a SUC

eessful Hollywood marriage.
nSP was her reply, "They've all
been broken."

this. Cvnthia. it's said, tplpnhnneH

friends who talked him out of it

io avow newspaper nea dimes.
Judy Garland's now exclusive
with Capitol Records. Her "Judy"

album, just released, is a down-memory-lane
tear jerker for Gar-
.

iaira lans, Anoiner movie memory-lane
note is revival of a fa famous
mous famous line by a film executive at
a sales meeting. In all seri seriousness,
ousness, seriousness, the fellow said:

"I want you men to know that
our comedies are not to be

laughed at."

Bob Hope and NBC-TV are in

a hassle over his TV appearances
this year en "The Chow Show

Afttr all these years of fame, h
believes the title "Tho Bob Hope

snow" will attract more viewers.
And he's so 'right.

Samuel GoWwyn's old films,
about 25 of them, are headed for
home screens in a 17 son nnn Hb.i

Rights to the flickers are now in

ine name of Mrs. Sam. . Cel
luloid dance number of the year:
Fred Astaire's hulLfichr tan rnn

- I "O-- wv i uu

tines m "Funny Face." . "The

ren Commandments" runs three

hours and 42 minutes, but the al

mosi-comDieted "Raintrpp rn.m

ty" will run even loneer four

"ours. . Roy Rogers checked

mw ivairoo Atrtra fnr a c v

week big game hunting safari.

Billv naniolc an1 IT.l. c I.

, .....u nu uiiue odin a
income tax experts are having a

w" go to me courts.
. . Marilyn Monroe is telline

P'ls she'd like to star in "The

lvitfi vn mnnrna vtnn t..a .l

v. uwij.i juh me
scene of Miss Wiggle Hips posing
"J."1 nute calendar would put
the film on every movie-goer's
must-see calendar.

i

ES.SEY I'nnn TTn

wimm7r '..TL, 7?yiL r"wig

i. T" -""" justice court
frtVfc son' Walter' p. OTkffi
drive the car any more with an
illegal muffler. "The situation has
Wimmer, as he held up two echo

C Dm tormed prt of
the muffler.

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And when North made a jump
raise in spades, South assumed
that his partner had strength right
there rather than In the enemy's
suit. In short, the perfect fit be became
came became quite clear.
The play was easy. South ruffed
the first round of hearts and drew
two rounds of trumps with the ace
and king. When the queen of
spades dropped, South could ruff
but the losing diamond and give
up one club trick in comfort. U
the queen of spades hadn't
dropped, the slam would depend
On the crab finesse. The odds were
about 3 to in favor of the slam
even though the partnership hands
contained only 25 points in high
cards.

NOTICE
70 THE PUBLIC

La Morla Americana at 17-18 Central Ave.,
opposite the Panama Savings Bank, is being
forced to move from its present location on short
notice and is forced to sell out all its stock of
merchandise. Because of the short time in which
we must vacate the premises we are forced to sell
at the lowest prices.
Take advantage of this opportunity to buy
your Christmas gifts.
Remember, this is quality merchandise, not
seconds.
This closing out sale begins TOMORROW,
SATURDAY, OCT. 27.
p,$, All customers who have made payments
of merchandise are asked to pick them up
as soon as possible.

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SPECIAL SALE

For First time in the History of this Store

A MID-YEAR SALE

ON PANTS and SHIRTS ONLY

SLAX

1000 pairs Values up to $12.00
Sizes from 27 to 44.

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Same Faces, Same Charges
Adlai Loves Guns At GOP

NEW YORK. Oct. 26 (VP)

Arilai V. Stavunann rharffaH van.

terday that small businesses have

laueo si a greater rate unaer me
Eisenhower administration than at

any time in the last 15 years.
Tha nmwratir PrpsiHpntial

candidate struck out for the busi

ness vote by presenting his party

as tne Dusmessman s oesi
friei.d" and the GOP as the friend
only of big business.
The Republicans, he said, "re "recoil"
coil" "recoil" from the challenge of the
future. The proof lies in a failure
to fill public welfare needs, in the
"waste'' of natural resources and
in "the troubled condition of so

many small businesses,'' he said.
Stevenson,, addressing his re remarks
marks remarks to a lunch audienpa nf New

York businessmen, then added:

am if I may say so to this
audience, it lies esDeriallv in tha

precarious state of small hnsi

ness squeeze- by the growing

gianis, ouneiea oy t n e merger

movement, strangled by high in interest
terest interest rates and the diffipntiv r

getting capital and credit.

under the Republicans, the
rate of small business fai lliraa ha.

reached its highest level in 15
years. American businesi and
America itself cannot afford to
lose this unique source of invent inventiveness
iveness inventiveness and enterprise.
"We Democrats conceive of A A-merica
merica A-merica as the land of opportunity.
When oDDortunitv vani.h a mar.

ica will suffer a fundamental
change. And ODDortunitv

opportunity for all. We reject the

wea oi an America in which
everyone is on the navrall nt

lew giant corporations."

aievenson, currently making a
five-day swing through the key

siaies oi new yow, Illinois and
California, has labelled th iat

two weeks of his campaign as
"rritii-al

In his attack on th R

cans handling of husinPM nmK.

lems, Stevenson said that the

ouh took over the country at a
"high point" of economic activity
and have done noihinc fnr 'ani.

vital groups" as small business

men ana farmers. The Republi

cans have .done "leas than noth nothing,"
ing," nothing," he said, to prepare for the
difficult problems of the future.
"The Eisenhower administra administration
tion administration seems to have confused genu genuine
ine genuine friendship for business with
snuggling intimacy toward a few

of its giants," Stevenson said. I

And meanwhile, the big have
gotten bigger and the small are
disappearing."
At (hat point, Stevenson asked
his audience to consider "soberly'
whether the Democratic party has
not served the "true .interests" of
business far better in this century
than the "way and rigid stand stand-pattism
pattism stand-pattism of he Republicans."
Stevenson said the need for
a "gpvejrnment business interac interaction"
tion" interaction" in the task of keeping the
economy .strongn ever has been
greater than it is today, at a time
when society is in a state of
transition.
Automation Is bringing about
"a second industrial revolution,"
he said, calling for leaders to "re "rethink"
think" "rethink" the economic policy in
terms of a technological revolu revolution,
tion, revolution, "just as we have to rethink
our defense policy in terms of the
weapons revolution."

NOT ON LIST
NANTUCKET, Mass. (UP)
Island residents here, rather
proud of their whaling and Revo Revolutionary
lutionary Revolutionary forebears, are wearing
ret! faces these days. A Univer University
sity University of Massachusetts historian
recently tevealed that only one of
19 persons listed on a DAR chap chapter
ter chapter plaque actually served in the
Revolutionary War.

WRONG BLOCK
ST. LOUIS (UPT Two
drag racers with roaring motor
and squealing tires picked the
wrong neighborhood to display
their accomplishments. They wero
racing in the 5100 block of West Westminster
minster Westminster Place. One of the resi residents
dents residents in that block is I. A. Long,
president of the board of poiico
commissioners. a

Baha'is To Observe
U.N. Anniversary
The Baha'i community of the
Canal Zone will present a discus discussion
sion discussion dedicated to the 11th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the formation of the Unit United
ed United Nations, at a regular weekly
meeting this evening at 8 p.m. in
Win Memorial Hall, Balboa.
James A. Barrett of Balboa will
speak on "The United Nations and

the Baha'i World Faith." Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately following Barrett's talk, the
meeting will be open to questions
and discussion.
The public is invited to attend.
No admission will be charged and
no collections are taken. The pur purpose
pose purpose of these weekly discussions
is to bring about a deeper under understanding
standing understanding of the problems, pro progress,
gress, progress, and brotherhood of the hu human
man human family.

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NO RETURNS NO EXCHANGES
DURATION OF THIS SALE OCT. 27 NOV. 2
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ask Sylvia for our free
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She'll be glad to help you
wide selection styles, colors,
decors in all accessories
and don't forget our new
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ttnt f AXAMA AMBBICAU A.N INDEPENDENT DAHT NEWSPAPER

FRIDAY, OCTOBER M, M

Social and Otli

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Box t34, Pahama

By Staffers

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V 8 AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON GIVE DINNER
IN HONOR O FFQREIGN MINISTER AND MRS. A. BOYD
The Ambassador of the United State and Mrs. JnUan Flake Harrington. re crrlnc a
- dinner at the Embassy Residence at U CresU, this evening, in honor of Foreign Minister
and Mrs. Aquiline Boyd.

Ambissador of Spain the birth of a daughter, uiane
Aiw.. -- i Lvnne on Thursday. Oct. 11.

s.r atiiM MaaaW Mrs. Arndt is the former Joan a nee

The Amhassador of Spain and Powell, danghtcr of Mr aDd Mrs.'
lav. Frnrim r.h!rton v Nava-lB. B. Powell of Diablo Heights. Card Group

rro gave a luncheon yesterday at Mr. Arndt was discharged last
the Embassy in honor of thelNovember from the U.S. Army

chiefs of the Good Will Mission ;wnere ne whs bibuuiku wu

from Spain Capt. Fernando S. del Information aecuon, ron junaoor.

Part of the work of the organiza
tion is to assist in the mainten

the Home.

1

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
AS an impressionable child
learning what was what, Mrs. J.
grew up with parents who could
assert no self interested demands.

is a youth whose Mom has been
shielding him from consequences
all his life. The young wife who
shudders at her human mate's de demand
mand demand for a good night's sleep is
a person who expects to live with
self-sacrificing angels.
If we Americans are ire ever to r
ourselves of this pernicious cat of
unreal romantic love, parents are
going to have to begin to assert
their self interests more honestly.

He is now working for the Amer
ican Cyaaamide Co., in Walling Walling-ford,
ford, Walling-ford, Conn.

Erice. the commandant of the

"Ciudad de Toledo,'' Captain
Francisco- Leal, Mr. Federico Gar

cia Sanchez, members of the Roy- 7777
al Spanish Academy. Deen Tee Held
' Also attending the party were At St. Lukes
Miss Carmen Gabaldon and the! The Dean's Twelfth Annual Tea

First Secretory of the Spanish! was neiarecemiy ai w "J"'-

Embassy and Mrs. Rafael Saera.

Gerner-Zent
Marriage Will Take

Place Nov. 10

Mr

of St. Luke in Ancon, Canal Zone,

and was enjoyed by a targe num number
ber number of the women of the Cathedral
Parish.
The guests were received by

and Mrs. Llewellyn Zent of Mrs William N. Taylor, president
i." it.. ..J .v.. !of the Woman's Auxiliary of the

manage d.ugh'.r Cathedral Parish, the Very Rev

to Howard R. Garner, "",c" ?""'!', ...

of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Garner Cathedral, mm Virginia w. rer-

Oceansidc. California, n, wiie n

Phfc wedding will take place ? piiu "Z'"?" ?
I 10 at 3 p.m,.t the Curundu jbtry, Mr.. Fred M. Weade, pre-

sjtant Chapel. A recepuon wen v' r,"-
h hM In the Chanel Annex I William G. Howe, president, of the

Evening Guild and Mrs. John A.

Everson, president ox tne came came-dral
dral came-dral Altar Guild.
Each year, the election of offlc-

n. ,A.na rn. ws for the woman s Auxmarj,

this

owina the weddinu

io Invitations are being issued.

Friends of the family and the
yOung couple are cordially invited

to! atti

tip

t&ch-Golder
Wadding Announced
3fr. and Mrs. George C. Dunfap

nee the marriage ot weir

er, uoroiny a. uoioer io at-

K. Hoch, Chief warrant ui-

United States Army, on bat-

lay, Oct. zo, neaeemer lmww-

Church, ttaiDoa, i,anai .one.

Mr. And Mrs. Arndt
Mnounco Birth
Of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Rolf C. Ardnt of
Meriden, Connecticut announce

anno

it

nest

fifcer

aft

tha Church, lakes place on

occasion. This year, Mrs. Albert
F. Daniel was elected president,
Mrs. Robert U. SchulU, vice-president
and Miss Jennie Johannes,
secretary-treasurer. They were
presented with a beautiful corsage
of orchids by the out going offic officers.
ers. officers. Beautiful displays were present presented
ed presented by the three societies that make
up the activity of the Woman's
Auxiliary at the Cathedral. There
was also a display, showing the
children of the Bella Vista. Chil Children's
dren's Children's Home at work and play.

HALLOWEEN
Is Just Around the Corner.
Get NOW everything you need
for your party
MASKS, WITCH HATS
PUMPKIN HEADS, COSTUMES,
SKELETONS, DECORATION.
WE HAVE IT ALL

MORRISON'S

H.i mliti i v atii ft

Opposite the Ancon P.O.

Of Balboa

Woman Club
The Card Group of the Balboa

Woman's Club enjoyed a delight-;

ful afternoon ot earns ana retreso retreso-ments.
ments. retreso-ments. At the Aibrook Officers')
Club, on Thursday afternoon.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Mary Days, Mrs. Maude
Clinchard and Mrs. Emily C. Bol ;
too. J
The following members and

their guests participated: Mary
Days, Susan Katolek, Mary Aan
sen, Peggy Parker, Ruth Jenkins,
Kdith Brown, Maya Nordeng, Ruth
Kongable, Hazel, Brooks, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Allen, Claire Irwin, Ruth
Bathman,, Juanda Pennington.
Phil Euper, Winifred Gri.hrm,
Grattice Otten, Jeannetto McKib McKib-hon.
hon. McKib-hon. Florence Klipper, Maxine

Fitzgerald, Minnie Curtisl Sally
Crsne, Bilke Lindsey, Ruth
Strauss, Molly Johnson, Eoith Ep-

pfcy, Elizabeth Bates, u a u r a
Suggs, Etta Homa, Marion Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Maude Clinchard and Emily

Bolton.

The next meeting will b held

at the Wirz Memorial on Nov. 8.
Further details will be publish
ed at a later date.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Puts Hots Aside,
She Wins Discus

LONDON, Oct. 26 (UP) -Soviet

discus thrower Nina Ponomareva

put such feminine fripperies as
hats behind her today and won
the women's discus events at

Moscow's pynamo stadium.
Radio Moscow said the hefty

athlete who was found, guilty of

shoplifting five bonnets from a
London shop while visiting Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, threw the discus 175 feet in
the light athletics contest
The European women's record
is lS7Va feet.
Mrs. Ponomareva arrived back

in Russia Ustiwfelftor srfwdlng
six weeks in Ithe Soviet embassy

in Londoa while legal authorities
considered her case. She pleaded
innocent and was released on pay payment
ment payment of $9 court costs.

I If her mother bought a new

j dress, it was never because she
i i wanted one but because some oh!

i one was "falling apart." If her

fattier went off on a fishing trip,
it could never be for fun but for
therapeutic "change." If they bad

roast beef for Sunday dinner, 1 1

was not because they enjoyed it

but because it had been a sale spe-'
cial.
By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH

For reasons embedded in their United Press Staff Correspondent

own training, these poor people
simply could .not ask anything

New Products

for themselves without first try

ing to make the demand appear
morally impressive and self sacr-
ficing.

NEW YORK (UP) Automa

tion gets a whirl sew in that

major household staple the vac vacuum
uum vacuum cleaner

A leading producer has just

come out with one sporting a me-

Recently, Mrs. J's baby caught a chanical "brain" that automatical automatical-cold.
cold. automatical-cold. For several days he sniffled ly stops the machine the moment
and bubbled protest against its dis-lit fails to do a thorough cleaning

comfort. One morning toward dawn 1 job. This, occurs when the ma

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MISS JOAN VAN VLIET, whose marriage to John. B. Corliss
Jr. will take place Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. at Ft. Amador Chapel.
Joan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Vliet of
Diablo Heights. All friends are Invited to attend the ceremony
and reception which will follow at the Elk's Club.

Civilian Militia Parade, Show
Germans What Could Happen

BERLIN, Oct. 26 (UP) East
German Communists paraded
tbeif workers militia through the
Soviet sector of Berlin today in
a warning to anti-Communists not
to try a Hungarian-type uprising.
Thousands of members of
the so-called "fighting groups"
marched through the streets
where a bloody but short-lived
anti Communist revolt broke out
June 17, 1953.
Neues Deutschland, the official
Communist party newspaper, said
the militia had been issued arms
and alerted to watch for signs of
a Budapest-type revolt. But the
workers did not carry arms to today.
day. today. It said 60,000 police, including
security forces, also have been
alerted.
The West Berlin newspaper Der
Abden said five Soviet tank divi divisions
sions divisions have beet, withdrawn froi
the Polish border and ordered to
their barracks in the Soviet zone
alert. The roport could tit be
confirmed. if
Neqes Deutschland aaid the Red
militia was told there were "indi

cations disturbances are planned
in our republic" and issued in instructions
structions instructions how to deal with them.

The militia paraded through va various
rious various parts of East Benin in
groups of 100. They sang a Com
muhist song, "We Were Born to
Fight," as they marched in rough.

undisciplined lines. They did not

appear to be a formidable, well-

trained fighting force.

Their appearance 'and1 the Neues
Deutschland warnings reflected
the Communist fears that Et
Germans would rise up as the

Hungarians did.
"If the West Berlin agent or organizations
ganizations organizations dare to attempt to
attempt to cause trouble and disturb-
our Socialist reconstruction,
then we members of the fighting
groups will know how to prevent
every provocation," the Com Com-unist
unist Com-unist mouthpiece quoted an un unidentified
identified unidentified Communist official.
"Fascist elements who in Hun Hungary
gary Hungary terroried the people and be believed
lieved believed they could attack the work workers,
ers, workers, authority were given a les lesson
son lesson by workers," the Communist
official said.
iWT 'rx 'V -- ji. .a, i
Neues Deutschland

play down the Hungarian revolt

y saymf a putsch of counter
revolutionary elements in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest was beaten down Wednes
day. An editorial blamed the re
volt on the West.

it awoke him and he began to

cry. Through veils of sleep and

resistance, his mother awoke too;
and reaching for her robe, groped
her way down the hall to his room.
ON her return, Mr. J., who had
a tough day ahead of him, arous aroused
ed aroused long enough to mutter, "Can't
a guy ever get a decent sleep in

this house any more?'
Mrs. J's heart froze cold distaste

for her hhsband. Unaccustomed

as she is to any self interested
assertion, she was shocked by his
claim tc a sleepfubiess denied, to
her. Because at 4 a.m. he spoke
out of instinct Instead of altruistic
devotion to her comfort, he seem seemed
ed seemed a monster of callousness to her
She thought, "Never, never will I
feel the same toward George a
gain."
One wonders how long Mrs. J.'s
marriage can survive this kind
of assault by overly romantic ex expectations.
pectations. expectations. SOCIOLOGISTS like to blame
our high divorce rate on our dis disappointed
appointed disappointed expectations of roman romantic
tic romantic love.
But a child's expectation is al

ways rooted in his experience of

romantic parental love. The teen teenage
age teenage girl who's content to moon
over a handsome unattainable
movie star is a child of people
who've accustomed her to unsatis unsatisfying,
fying, unsatisfying, unattainable goals. Th e
young husband who recoils from
diapers in his aprtment bathroom

J a It a a.

worn me ocean on the Hudson;

mver.

Farm Blackout
VIENNA. Oct. 26 fUP) -Buda

pest radio announced today it had
to cancel the regular Tjhursday
'newscast for our farmers." The
reason was 'technical trouble."

chine has absorbed too much' dirt.

At this critical time, says the

manufacturer, the cover will pop

open. The machine won t start
again until disposable dust bag

inside is replaced with a iresn
one.
Another feature of the new mod model
el model is a cord winder that automat automatically
ically automatically reels up the electric wire.

The new vacuum cleaner also is

said" to have 20 per cent greater

suction power than any of the

company's other models, (Electro-

lux corp., New York 36, N. Y.)

Women have a tendency to put
their newly washed stockings all
over the place to dry. A new
stocking holder, only five inches
in diameter, will take up to four
pairs of hose and give at least
some semblance of order.
The flat disk, with eight slots
around the edge to pinch and hold
the toes of the stockings, is made
of bakelite polyethylene, a plastic
material that is smooth, light and
flexible. A chain allows a woman
to book up the apparatus almost
anywhere. (Cosom Industries,
Inc., Minneapolis 16, Minn.)
Household sponges now come
equipped with handles anl built built-in
in built-in soap pockets. Purpose of the
handle, says the maker, is to give
the hand full freedom without hav having
ing having to put the sponge aside. The
gadget is available in a number
of styles, shades and sizes.' (Hand-

L-Sponge, New York 23, N. Y.

When you light the fireplace this
fall, you might want to use a new

poker that doubles as a bellows.
To use the four-foot long "Bto "Bto-Poke"
Poke" "Bto-Poke" as a bellows all you do M
blow through the bronez moutH-

piece at the tip end. (William T.
Burt, New Canaan, Conn.)

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UNITED STATES LINES
Announce the arrival of the
, s. s. "Pioneer star"
at Cristobal, C.Z., Sunday, October 28 at 10:00 p.m.

SAILING MONDAY
Accepting passengers for

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Your enquiries welcome by your travel agent or
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Balboa, Canal Zone Phone 2159 P.O. Box "H"
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LiMui 01 LuHMran

Hold Annual Itiur

will hoM its Annufl Bauar at the

Lutncran service uemcr.
Rd., Friday Nov. 2 starting at 5
P A' ham nipper will be served
n m Tirkrfs for the

supper are $125 for adults and 50

cents for children unaer u. j
should be purchased beforehand
from any member of the League
or by calling Mrs. G M. Sylves Sylvester
ter Sylvester 2-417 or Mrs. H. Willenbrock

of 2-2990.

AH students are urged to bring

a noteDOOK ana pencu.
a nn tn Vnntn'i Gardens has

Kon nnatnoned to a date which

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Will De announceo iaici.
(Continued on Fag )

St. Christopher's
Church School
To Hold Program

The children of St. Christop-

.rtiMes n's l"urch School will present

wm.! their annual promouon Day pro

Tables ef handmade

Christmas novelties and n?ra. e at 6:30 Sunday
.rlnhanr evening. A feature of the program

ieaiurcu. n uv

chil-bag"

blp will also be included.

For the enjoyment of the
Avon thorn will be a "grab

in the. ':kiddie-korner."
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Classes. To Start ;
At Balboa YMCAUSO
The on"ung sessions of me
course in flower arrangement con conducted
ducted conducted bv Mrs. Pat Morgan at the
Balboa YMCA USO was attended
by 210 persons from Panama and
the Canal Zone.
Th? course will contmue on Mon Monday
day Monday at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. The sub sub-lec
lec sub-lec for the second session will be
ETsie princinles of design and co color
lor color harmony.

wui oe tne awarding oi prizes 10
deserving students.
The day's activites win begin
with a celebration of the Holy
Communion at 6 a. m., followed
k fho enno Fuchsrist nnH spr-

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mnn at 7-Sft am At 10:30 a. m.

morning Prayer and Church

KCnOOl Will De cwmuticu, nii,
Baptism will be administered at I

30 p.m.

THE MISSING RETURNS
ROCK-ALLS. JZ
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her fflau recently o UM"'n :
a handbag that had been missing

for 12 years, m
the things that were in it 12 years
ago personal papr wartime
food rationing stamps, ). In cur currency
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now tarnished.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER !, 1951
Finnish Wartime
President Dies
HELSINKI, Oct. M (UP)
cish wartime President Risto
Sociaf and Otli
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But MediCheck Is Coming
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Berty Beyer
Discusses "History ef'Drees"
Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi
held its semi-moviJy m e e t i n g
Tuesday evening in the Sorority
room at th Curundu clubhouse
with Maragem Branham, presid presiding.
ing. presiding. The Ways and Means Com Committee
mittee Committee has a project of an exercise
class starting on Monday and Fri Friday
day Friday nights with Betty Boyer in
charge. Cookbooks are being or ordered
dered ordered trom International for re re-safe
safe re-safe by chapter members.
Betty Boyer gave an engaging
lesson for the evening on History
of Dress which interestingly dated
baek as far as 1200 BC
Members present were Freida
Allen, Edna Bower, Betty Boyer,
Maragem Branham. Evelyn Dan Dan-ley,
ley, Dan-ley, Helen Heidinger, Eleanor
Kolmht-rg, Ann Maloney, Fern
Morse, Elaine Payne. Peggy
Wet, Mary Kileen Wilson, and
Tolly Zpn, and Pledges Ruth Hoke
and Evelyn Horn.
Refreshment were served from

a gayiy decorated table with Hal Halloween
loween Halloween tablecloth and jack-o-lan-terns
and fevery bouquet pf croton
Co-bostess were Helen Heiding Heidinger
er Heidinger and Eleanor Holmberg.

Atlantic Bride Club
Winners
The winners- of the regular week weekly
ly weekly bridge games played at the
Margartia Clubhouse were as fol follows:
lows: follows: North and South, first, Mr.

Julius Loeb with Mr. WaUey Gib-'
son; second, Dr. and Mrs. Hart Hart-man
man Hart-man and; third, Mrs. Irl Sanders
with Mr. "Sidney Passailaigue.
East and West, first, Mr. E. 0.
Da tie v with Major Massoud; sec second.
ond. second. Mrs. George Tully with Mrs.
Woodruff and third, Mr. Herbert
Delgaclo with Mr. Augusto Kam.
Anyone who cares to play bridge
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REAL SAGA OF PACIFIC ISLAND WARFARE .
OPENING AT THE "DRIVE-IN" TOMORROW!

RECEIVING LINE AT DEAN'S TEA Officers of the Women's Organizations of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. .Luke made up the receiving line at the Dean's Twelfth Annual' Tea at St. Luke's.
Left to right: Mrs. John A. Everson, Mrs. William O. Rowe, Mrs. Fred M. Weade, Mrs. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia W. Peterson, the Very Rev. Malnert J. Peterson and Mrs. William N. Taylor, out-going
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and Sunday at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, is the heroic saga
of a U.S. Navy attack transport and of the men Who sailed
her to the battered beaches of the South Pacific in World
War II.
The picture, the most expensive ever produced by U-I,
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 2S (UPV (UPV-It
It (UPV-It was impolite and politically
harzardous back there in the 1930s
and early lMSe to refer in public
to the erippling disease which af afflicted
flicted afflicted President Roosevelt.
In contrast, sketches and X-ray
pictures of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's insides have shown In M h e
public prints like leg art. Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower not only lives in a gold goldfish
fish goldfish bowl. He, almost, is a gold goldfish
fish goldfish bol.
His pulse, heart beat and other
physical intimacies will get an another
other another page one ride this weekend
after a head-to-toe examination
scheduled to take place here at
the Army's Walter Reed Medical
Center.
The examination is intended to
saueleh what is left of the health

issue in this campaign, which isn't
much. The left-of-center elements i
of American politics spotted what

looked like a chewey campaign is issue
sue issue ia the twin facts of Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's 1955 heart attack and
the renominate.' of Vice President

Richard M. Nixon.
The nub of the argument was
that Republican success in. this
election would put Nixon a mere
heartbeat from the White House.
How effective that argument may
have been with voters will be

shown on election day, Nov. 6.
The publicity given Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's clinical experiences since
he was stricken in Denver in Sep September,
tember, September, 1955, has not convinced all
hands that all the facts are known
to the public. There have been re repeated
peated repeated public suggestions that the
physicians and surgeons who min

istered to the President should be

submitted for questioning by
Washington reporters.

Mighty near all is fair in poli

tics as in some other dangerous
games, wherefore it is reasonable
to believe that there will be skep skeptics
tics skeptics after the report on the Presi President's
dent's President's pre-election physical exam examination.
ination. examination. Three of the examining medicos
will be Army officers. Moreover,
the examination will take place in
any Army hospital where informa information
tion information can be channelled or checked
almost at will. A question likely
to be raised is this:
Who would exnect Armv nhvst-

ciuns or surgeons to be eager or,
even, willing to report before elec election
tion election day that their commander-in-chief
was other than the vigorous
man he seems to be?
James C. Hagerty is the White
House public relations expert. He

cannot match the late Sen. Arthur

Capper (R-Kan) of whom it was

said that he could keep both ears
to the ground simultaneously. But
Hagerty is skilled in the noble art
of trouble spotting. He can see
trouble coming around corners.
So Hagerty may checkmate the
skeptics this time by arranging
for the kind of medical news con

ference which has often been sug

gested. There is precedent for sus

picion that the health of a presi president
dent president is something his associates
do not care to discuss frankly.

Grass-roots reports indicate that
Mr! Eisenhower's campaign per

formance so far is .convincing the
voters that he is physically able
to take on another' four-year term.
The significance of his Walter
Reed check-up this week is that
it may establish a precedent for
future candidates.
The voters may come to feel
that candidates owe them an election-eve
health accounting.

Jrom cancer. Ryu, a financial
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billion dollars have been stolen ia

the past five yean.

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12 Italian river
IS City in
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14 Harem room
15 Italian comic
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17 Wager
18 Show scorn
19 Ideal states
21 Scottish girl
23 Operaled
24 Donkey
27 Argentina's
pride
29 Cast off
32 Keep
34 Repair shoes
38 Spheres of
action
37 Interstice
38 Heavy metal
39 Sea eagle
41 Boulder
42 Lair
44 homo!
46 More
clamorous'
49 Vestige
53 Era
54 Cherishes
58 Footlike part
57 Minced oath
58 Hide of an
animal
59 Place
(0 Was borne
61 Fairy
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2 Persia

British
princess
4 Tourist resort
5 Honey i
6 Waken
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8 Spanish
gentleman
9 He lived in
Sherwood
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10 Notion
11 Cereals
18 Peninsula in
Asia
20 Outmoded
21 .Feel
24 Russian lake
25-Withered s

26 Firmest
28 French coin
30 Girl's name
31 Consider
33 South
American
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35 Builds
40 Peruse again

43 Saltpeter
45 Burst forth
46 Short sleeps
47 Molding
48 Therefore
50 Region
51 Prison room
52 Italian city
55 Fruit drink

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NEW1 YORK, Oct. 2t (UP)-Ce-

medienne Kay Medford, appearing
with Sammy Davis Jr. in the
Broadway revue "Mr. Wonderful",
was hospitalized today for treat treatment
ment treatment of an undisclosed ailment.
Her agent said Miss Medford
simply "wasn't feeling well" but
that her condition was not serious
and she probably would return to
the show this week end. Ann
Buckles substituted for Miss Med Medford.
ford. Medford. Miss Medford. )ast appeared in
the show Monday but remained at
home Tuesday and yesterday. Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Presbyterian Medical Cen Center
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no statement be made about her
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Ike Woos Ladies Via TVision
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WASHINGTON. Oct. 26 (UP)
President Eisenhower, wooing
the petticoat vote, told American
women today that a Republican
victory in the NovV election will
assure continued prosperity in the
city and on the farm.
But he told them he would be

making only a -' crystal au
guess if he tried to predict when
the draft could be ended. He also
said the United States must keep
tie H-bomb in its arsenal as it
works toward an internatkal dis disarmament
armament disarmament agreement.
ilr. Eisenhower discussed ma major
jor major campaign issues in a special
mid afternoon nationwide tele television
vision television appearance aimed at the
nation's women voters. Labelled
a political "first" by the GOP, it
was designed to catch the house housewife
wife housewife during a break in her chores.
A panel of seven women chosen
by the Republican National Com

mittee tossed questions at .the
Psesident on the H bomb, the
draft, taxes, small business, pros prosperity,,
perity,, prosperity,, the farm price situation
and foreign affairs.
The H-bomb question was
brought up during the President 'i
TV 'news conference" by Mrs.
Louis Martin, Salisbury, Md.. Ne Negro
gro Negro mother of 12. She said she
was "really worried" about the
bomb and sought Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's views on the future of this
country in the atomic age.
Mr. Eisenhower said the ques question
tion question of world peace must be
solved because "We never can
have a hydrogen war and still
have the civiliation we have
bow." But he said the United
States must strive for world dis disarmament
armament disarmament agreement from a
"position of strength."
This means, he said, that the
bomb must be kept' in the coun country's
try's country's arsenal as a "deterrent for
war that aggressors otherwise
might starl."
In reply to a question by Mrs.
Mary Lanuti, wife of an Oliphant,
Pa coal miner, Mr. Eisenhower

said "all indications" point to
continued prosperity for the "for "for-feeable
feeable "for-feeable future." But he pledged

the GOP administration to swing

into action at the first but of
depression.

Mrs. Violet Big, Sioux Falls,
8.D., wife of a farmer and GOP
national committeewoman, asked
about the farm outlook.
"I personally believe the out

look is much better than it has
been in the past 10 years," the

President said. He added that
farm prices had risen in the past
six months after an eight-year de decline.
cline. decline. A Cleveland, Ohio beauty shop
owner, Mrs. Margarite Laurianti,
iid some of her friends, presum

ably Democratic, claimed that the:

"wealthy in tnis country want w
do away with small business."
How did the President feel about

that?
The President said he knew of
no one who wants to do away
with small business. On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, he said, the administration
last year started 54 anti-trust
suits "to prevent big business
frcm squeeing the little fellow
but."

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Wilson New Target wrJsite

Of Kefauver Raps; 1-tk-tJ

GM A Target, Too

SIDE GLANCES

DETROIT, Oct. 28 (UP) Sen.!
Estes Kefauver, speaking a scant
five miles from Charles E. Wil-
a a ftt. a I

son s nome. cnargea ioaay we ue ue-fense
fense ue-fense secretary's contract award awarding
ing awarding practices have "lessened our
defense against attack."

The Democratic vice presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate accused Wilson, for former
mer former president of General Motors,
of channeling defense contracts to
a few big firms and driving other
smaller companies like Studebaker
Packard "to the wall" financially.
Kefauver used non-GM cars

Fords. Lincolns and Chryslers

in his one-day Detroit area cam
paign tour aimed at winning Mich
iean's 20 electorial votes.

He charged that Wilson "has

now cooked up a deal" to swing
defense contracts through Curtiss-

Wrigbt just before the election to

save studebaker-racKara irom
collapse."

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PRESENTS

GETS APPRECIATION LETTER Allan A. Evans (right) of
Panama City, receives congratulations and a letter of apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation from Co. G. N. Carroll, Commanding Officer, Marine Bar Barracks,
racks, Barracks, 15th Naval District, for his outstanding performance of
all duties and tasks assigned to. him in the past fiva years,
while working for the Marine Corps Exchange.

Rep. Tumulty, CZVOwnMarY
Working Hard For Reelection

Studebaker-Packard, Kefauver

said, would otherwise be "the

largest industrial failure in the
country."
Kefauver charged, however, that
Curtiss-Wright got the defense
work only after taking control of
Studebaker-Packard, which he
said "gof the short end of the
deal."
"We are interested not in stop stopgap
gap stopgap election eve prosperity," he
said in a speech to a business
and professional men's luncheon.
Later, after a tour of the Ford
River Rouge plant, Kefauver re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly branded the Republicans

as the "party of smug compla

cency, the party of Heroert Hoov
er and the party of Richard Nix
on."

In the same speech, prepared

tor leuvery oi carpenters nan,
he accused the Republicans of us

ing "daredevil stunts on the brink

of war.

Today, Friday, Oct. 26
P.M.,
ft -nil Fpatiir. Review

4:30 What's xo.r raorite re-

quests takenpy phone
till 3:00)
S:30News

5:35 What's Your F a v o r J t e

(cont'd
6:00 Allen .Jackson Commen

tary.
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORT8
REVIEW (Pabat Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the week
(WRUL

7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from US
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re

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till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz TH1 Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

The Canal Zone's "own Con Congressman,"
gressman," Congressman," Rep. T. James Tu Tumulty,
multy, Tumulty, la taking nothing for
grantee) and is working nard
for reelection from the Hon
New Jersey District, according
to a. renort in The New York

NO MOTHBALLS NEEDED Times.
a-They look like Grandpa's red Th Republican congressional
woolen "Long Joans," but campaign committee Is report report-theyre
theyre report-theyre really "Glamor Gams" I edly going all out to defeat Tu Tu-of
of Tu-of sheer nylon In bright colors, multy.

Tumulty, 43 years out, weigiw

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New York City, for wear with
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thing everything is so expensive."

Rep. Tumulty is opposed m
the election by Vincent J. Del Del-lay,
lay, Del-lay, Republican, against who he
won his first election by 58,009
to 32,485 votes in 1954. This time
Dellay counts on a heavy vote

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in at 310 pounds. He was such a
strong champion of the Canal
Employes at the hearings here
on abandonment of the Panama
Railroad and other question!,
that many of them called him

"our congressman.
The Times aays that when It
was suggested to him that
walka might reduce his
weight, lis replied: "They will
probably give me an appetite.

ultv demonstrated his in

dependence during the hearings

ait the Administration Building,
and it Is supported by his record
in politics. The Times saya:
"He began as a Republican,
was a thorn in the side of Boss
Hague, got a job in the Jersey
City law department, became
assistant Corporation Counsel
and Democratic minority leader
in the Assembly, and helped the
organization of J. V. Kenny oust
the Hague machine."
Tumulty supported Gen. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower four years ago. Now he
is supporting Adlal Stevenson,
he says, "because he doesn't
think Gen. Eisenhower has done
so well with the Communists."
The Times aays, "Domesti "Domestically,
cally, "Domestically, Tumulty declares prices
are the "big Issue." He con concedes
cedes concedes there is prosperity in
certain areas, bat adds:
'Speaking for this area, you

for. Gen. Eisenhower to make up
the difference.

"If this is so" he told the
Times, "I think we can beat Jim

Tumulty."

Big Jim isn't "running scared"
as he is a fellow who Is hard to
scare, but he Is running as hard

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A.M. 1
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7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00-rNews
10:05 Spins And Needles (re

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till 8:30)
11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Needles

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11:30 Journey Into Space

12:00 News

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12:05 Luncheon Music

12:30 New Tune Time

1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

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1:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
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8:30 Manhattan Melodies
8:45 Dolt Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from US.
8:00-8aturday Night Dancing
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8:30 Educating Archie
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Lowly Second Series Racers In Feature Event

PAGE EIGHT

Trirreme Looms Favorite
To Whip Iguazii, Escorial
In $500 One Mile Gallop

8 Trirreme looms an even money favorite to win
his first race since moving from the old Juan Franco
oval tomorrow afternoon against seven opponents
in the featured $700 one-mile gallop for Second Ser Series
ies Series imported thoroughbreds at the President Remon
nee track.

Leading jockey Alfredo Vasquez
will ride Mrs. Iona White's hope-
t under top weight assignment
118 pounds. The one mile dls dls-inuld
inuld dls-inuld be the deciding fac
tor in the usually sluggish Trirre-
me's favor.
No, 1 contender should be dis distance
tance distance loving Iguaxu which will be
ridden by bustling Vlrgillo Casti-
Utber dangerous opponents fig figure
ure figure to be speedy Escorial and Lit Lit-tu
tu Lit-tu t'nmi .lulln Jimenez Jr. will
ride his sister's horse while Osval-
LAi Le6n will have tne leg up
1 Little Fool. These horses raced
lstlves into the grouna wnne
ne a suicidal pace then final-
swinging wide last week.
Kenganza, no longer a sensation
ce it has been touna oui mat
; "world record" time of sever-
i. weeks ago was the result of a
Ity stopwatch, will attempt w
iime her winning ways under
now unpredictable Jose "Pa
t',. Bravo.
ebrero U, Mrs. Halligan and
veil complete the e 1 g n t
ria list oi scneauiea sianers.
ee PhllliDB. now riding to tm-
red form, will guifle rreorero
B. Bassan gets the mount on
:aro Figures
pension Will
isf Him $17,000
CXJNGTON, Kjr. (UP -Eddie
caro. racing s ruling muuon-
figures the, suspension hand hand-vhv
vhv hand-vhv the Kenneland stewards
;" Urn $17,60.plus.
jaro. set down tor careless
ne in the Sninster suites at
ineland last Friday, was all set
Me the Wheatiey sianie s uoia
in the $300,000 Garden State
kes at Camden, N.J., Saturday.
nth 15 or more starters in the
im State, the winner Will take
S170.000 n us. II Arcaro naa
mount on Bold Ruler, he fig
the ride would be worm 10
cent of the winning total, pro-
the Wheatiey colt reached
T Ml M.
nm.
rcaro appealed tne suspension
Leslie Combs II. chairman of
Kentucky Racing commission
luted a second meeting, wnn
full membership on hand
inesdav. the commission voted
huphold the Kenneland stewaras
track Tips
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Mrs. Hallisan and Peruvian jock

ey Douglas Cortez will handle
Camberwell's reins.4
Nine other prospective thrillers
are Included on a much better
than average Saturday progaam.
Jack Randall
New President
Of Teener Loop
Jack C. Randall was elected
this week as president of the
FasUich League at an election
meeting held at the Jewish Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Building.
Other officers Include vice
president. Ralph D. Parker;
business manager, Boyd Beving-ton-
assistant business manager,
Harry Egoil; secreiary-ireiwui-er,
Mrs. Katherlne Hall; player
agent, Fred Meade; publicity a a-gent,
gent, a-gent, Mark Z. Brandon, Jr.
Last season over u
boys turned out for try-outs,
but the league could only use
90 of these boys and In order
to g lve H hoys an opportunity
to play baseball this year the
sixth team named "Pericos, "Pericos,-to
to "Pericos,-to be managed by W. T. Bleak Bleak-ley,
ley, Bleak-ley, was formed. This team will
be picked from Little League
graduates and new material
showing up for try-outs this
year.
Try-outs are to be held No November
vember November 17 and 24 at Fastlich
Teenage Park at .9 a.m. All boys
who will be IS ye& old on r
after August 1, 1956 and who
will not be more than 18 years
niii ot.Pr Auiruat 1. 1956. are re-
guested to be present ior tne iry-
outs. Any boy Within this age
Sup who was assigned to a
m last year will not be fe
atured to be present ior wie uy uy-outs
outs uy-outs this year. '.
Pending final approval of the
Schools Division, the Fastlich
Ball Park' will be moved to the
location of the Pacific softball
diamond which will allow for
the construction of a permanent
fence around the oujtfleld with
a distance of 250 feet from home
plate. The pacific softball dia diamond
mond diamond will be moved to the area
now occupied by the Fastlich
diamond.
The following is a list of the
Fastlich League teams and
ther managing personnel for
the coming season: Palomas,
manager De la Pena; coaches
Arthur T. Cotton and J. F.
Hern; Macaws, manager Pete
Corrlgan, coaeh to be an -nounced
later; Pumas, manag manager
er manager H. E. Pearl, coach to be an announced
nounced announced later; Ocelots, man manager
ager manager Charles J. Hins; Conejos,
manager E. O. Kiernan, coach
J. Dombrowsky, and Pericos,
whe will be managed by Bleak Bleak-ley.
ley. Bleak-ley. Center Theatres Tonight
"RIDING SHOTGUN"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"In Old Chicago"
Sat. "Rebel Without A Cause"
GATUN7:00
"TOM AND JERRY
CARTOON FESTIVAL"
Sat. "Riding Shotgun"
GATDN 7:90
"Qulncannon, Frontier Scout"
Sat. "Court Jester"
MARG
Mf 8:00
Tony
"THE
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Late snow 10:30 p.m.
"TBI IRON CURTAIN"
Saturday "All That Heaven
Allows"
LA BOCA 7:00
"THUNDER PASS"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:56
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CECILIA
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Tamiroff Michel Redgrave
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with Perry Lopez Ted De
Corsia Beverly Garland

Tomorrow's
Racing Gird

lit Rjc. 3rd Series Imp. 5 Ft.
Purs $400.00 cool Cleat I2:t
FIRST RACE Or THE DOUBLt
1 Rada F. Alvarez liz
2 Conadora A. Vasquez us
3 Proud Pearl A. Ycaza 113
4 Grimilda E. Dario 103
5 Socorrito R. Vasquez 110
6 M. Mason G. Sancnez lis
2nd Race 3rd Srie Imp. 5 Fn
Pars $400.00 Pool Closas 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLt
1 Amat
2 Brisk
A. Vasquez 115
D. Cortez 104
F. Oodoy 106
J. Phillips 110
V. Ortega 113
O. de Leon 108
V. Castillo 115
J. Bravo 115
3 Ponton
4 Tiny Brook
5 Barlyon
6 My Friend
7 Remlron
8 Don Dani
3rd Race "A" Natives 5 Fas:
Pars $375 00 Pool Closes 1:45
ONE-TWO
1 Ocean Star J. Jimenez 117x
2 Naranjazo C. Ruiz 110
3 Don Brigldo A. Vasquez 114
4 Don Goyo J. Bravo 120
5 Yosikito 0..de Leon 108
4th Race 3rd Series Imp. 5 Fas.
Puna $400.00 Peel Closes 2:20
QUINIELA
Rio Negro O. Montero 103x
1
H. Ruiz 100
3 Tom Collins
4 Curale
5 Alminar
O. de Leon 100
B. Baeza 100
E. Ortega 100
F. Godoy 113
6-rM. Slipper
5th Race 'Elimination" Imp. 1 Mils
Purs $600.00 Peel Closes 2:55
1 Quilacoya
J. Bravo 115
2 Y. Prince
3 Newbrlghton
4 Pugilist
5 Vulcanizado
6 Bar One
V. Castillo 115
B. Baeza 106
D. Cortez 113
J. Jimenez 109x
F. Alvarez 110
6th Race 3rd Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purs $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Copar
E. Ortega 103
2 Reynold
F. Hidalgo 113
A. Ycaza 110
F. Oatica 115
O. de Leon 103
F. Alvarez 115
R. L. Oil 110
B. Baeza 105
3 After Me
M. Maker
5 Matruh
6 Oyster
7 R. Emblem
8 Bright Blade
7th Race 2nd Series Imp. I Mil
Purse $500.00 Peel Closes 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Gavllan A. Vasquez 112
2 Suzerain B. Dario 108
3 Quiescence O. de Leon 108
4 P. Countess-; J. Phillips' 108
5 Kensington F. Alvarez 108
6 Orn. Star J. Bravo 110
8th Race "H" Natives 4 Fas.
Pun $275.00 Peel Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
1-Sherry Time R. L. Oil 108
2 Damadura
J. Bravo 118
3 F116n
. C. Ruiz 118
A. Vasquez 115
F. Alvarez 113
G. Vasquez 102x
O. Montero 109x
4 Sollto
5 Tacera
6 Tap Lady
7 cue undo
8 Gitanllla
F. Gatica 113
9 (Don' Manuel H. Ruiz 101
10-(La Pampaninl de Leon 102
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. 1 Mil
Pun $500.00 Pool Closet 5:15
ONE-TWO
1 Veneanza J. Bravn 11ft
2 Trirreme A. Vasquez 118
3 Ieuazu V. Castillo 110
4 Febrero n J. Phillips 108
5 Escorial J. Jimenez 105x
6 Mrs. Halligan B. Bassan 102x
7 Little Fool O. de Leon 108
8 Camberweil D. Cortez 112
10th Race 2nd Series Imp. 1 Mil
Pun $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
-wnite Apron F. Aivarra 108
2 Empire Magic H. Ruiz 100
3 M. Beam O. Montero 107x
4 Two Colours D. Cortej 118
PHILADELPHfA (UP) -The
Philadelphia Eagles signed former!
Cleveland Browns back Bob
Smith today after making veteran
halfback Jim Parmer a scout
Smith averaged 3,8 yards with the
Browns last season. Parmer was
the last of the 1948 Eagles team
which won the National Football
League title.
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MUSCLE MEN Pictured above are the Canal Zone's best weigh tlifters, first and second place
winners of their weight divisions. Left to right, they are 8am Becklfiy of Balboa; Harold Dip Dip-pre,
pre, Dip-pre, of Balboa; Sp3 Frank Rudolph of Fort Gullck; Rafael Fernandez, o the Balboa YMCA;
A2c Theo Lincoln, o Albrook Air Force Base; Charles Morris, another winner, is not pictured.

The fine showing made by the
weightlifters who participated
in the Balboa YMCA weightlift weightlift-ingr
ingr weightlift-ingr exhibition on Monday night,
October 22, deserves what credit
and praise the attending public
and athletic observers could
give, considering that all parti participants
cipants participants in tthls event had a min minimum
imum minimum of training and experience
in the field of weightliftlng.
Tnis recognition ranges from
the lightest lifter, Sam Beckley,
who weighed in at 119V2, to
Charles Morris, who at 183
pounds body weight was the
heaviest contestant. Although
no records were set by these two
boys, what they did, along with
Harold Dippre and Rafael Fer
nandez, of the Balboa YMCA
was achieved m spite of their
limited training and compara comparative
tive comparative newness (to this aport.
The outstanding, all-around
best lifter of the evening, was
Cpl. Carl Nicol of the U.S. Ma Marine
rine Marine Corp at Rodman Naval Sta Station.
tion. Station. The highest bench press was
(topped by Carl Nicol. Carl made
the scales at 162 pounds and
succeeded with a 240 pound
bench press. Nicol also made a
425-pound dead weight lift. He
scored the highest total of all
participants alt 1,120 pounds, and
was awarded the coveted lifter's
trophy. The next highest total
was made by Albrook's Theo
Lincoln at 1,090 pounds.
A close second wth the
champ was 152-pound Frank
Rudolph who was the most out outstanding
standing outstanding of the lighter weight
men. He never failed a lift once
during the contest. He tied Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln for the highest Curl, a
weight of 140 pounds.
Sebastian Colagrande at a
body weight of 173 pounds made
the highest squat known within
the canal Zone at 340 pounds.
Unofficially Colagrande also
adme the highest dead weight
lift at 435 pounds, a record that
may stand In the Canal Zon for
some time, since none other la
officially known. But unfortu unfortunately
nately unfortunately this excellent lift by Co Colagrande
lagrande Colagrande could not be credited
to his contest record because it
was performed after he had al already
ready already completed the three at attempts
tempts attempts allowed each lifter.
The contest judges, however,
permitted Colagrande to per perform
form perform this extra lift on his own
because perhaps It was felt that

Marion Begins One Year
Expenses Paid Vacation

By ED SAINSBURY N
CHICAGO, Oct. 26 COP)
Manty Marion began a "one year
vacation," expenses paid, today
while the Chicago White Sox
embarked on a search for a new
manager, expected to end short shortly
ly shortly with the appointment of Al
Lopez.
Marion quit the job yesterday,
but he gave the white Sox an
opportunity to give him a vote
of confidence or fire him.
"I offered them my reslgna-
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TOP WEIGHLIFTER Pretty Miss Betty Crowe, daughter of
of Judge and Mrs. Guthrie Crowe of Balboa, presents trophy to
weightliftlng champ Corporal Carl Nicol, a Marine stationed
at Rodman Naval' Station. Nicol won ever all other contest contestants
ants contestants In the First Annual Canal Zone Weightliftlng Contest
held Monday night at the Balboa Armed Services Y.M.C.A. Y.M.C.A.-USO.
USO. Y.M.C.A.-USO. Visible In background are the winners of their weight
divisions, left to right Harold Dippre of Balboa, Sp3 Frank
Rudolph of Fort Gullck, and A2c Sebastian Colagrande, of
Albrooq Air Force Base.

this lifter tended to underesti
mate his capabilities in each
lift.
Following are the highest
scores made by each lifter:
Tne contests was staged to en
Weight
Sam Beckley. .
Harold Dippre.
Frank Rudolph.
Carl Nicol. .
Ralph Fernandez.
119ft
132
152
162
Theo Lincoln 164
Colagrande 173
Charles Morris. ... 183
tlon with the provision that
they pay me for 1957," Marion
said, "and they accepted."
His contract extended through
the 1957 season, and he said he
had no plans for the future, ex except
cept except that he would like to stay
in baseball. And he Intimated
that he would get that chance
sometime..
"I want to stay In baseball,"
he said, "but I'm not getng to
coach and I'm not going to the
minor leagues. I've got a cou couple
ple couple of good businesses going
and I like St. Louis. I'm just
going to sit there, and enjoy
my vacation."
Marlon said he understood the
White Sox would have to pay
him his full salary, an undisclos undisclosed
ed undisclosed amount, for 1957 regardless
of whether he accepts another
baseball job or not.
"I thought I did a hell of a
b," he said. "I dldnt predict
I any nennant this year although
everyooay eise was. but, 1 guess
that's part of the publicity and
to sell tickets.
"We had to gamble on a rook
ie shortstop and three pitchers,

courage amateur Interest In the
sport of weightliftlng, which is

one of tne most popular activi activities
ties activities at the Balboa YMCA. An Another
other Another contest will take place in
about six months.
Bench
Curl Press
Dead
Lift
270
270
310
425
350
' 400
370
350
Squat
150
205
235
325
240
355
340
250
Total
645
750
885
1,120
870
1,090
1,060
950
95 130
115 160
140 200
130 240
110 170
140 215
130 220
120 230
and you dont win pennants that
way."
Lopes, who recently resigned
as manager 01 me Cleveland In Indians,
dians, Indians, was mentioned as the
new manager in Marion's pres presence
ence presence and Marion made only one
comment.
If It's Lopes," he said, "tell
him to bring ofc pitchers with
him. And if its ('Casey ) Sten Sten-rel
rel Sten-rel (manager of the New York
Yankees), tell h:m to bring
(Mickey) Mantle."
Marlon's disgust with the Sox
front office began In the last
week of the baseball season
when vice president Charles D.
Comiskey said that his manager
had done a "creditable" job.
"They were not happy with
my work," Marion said. "We all
felt that we might have won the
pennant and we didn't do It. so
I resigned and they accepted."
, 1 1 1 1
EOCRPORT. N.Y. (UP)-Albert
nranat ot ucKport bowled a rec
ord three-game series of '886 14
pins shy of a perfect roll just 17
years ago today Oct. 25, 1939.

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Rams Butt Way to 20-0
Win Over t!ot-So-Fierce
Balboa High Bulldogs

By BILL BELL
Two fumbles and an inter
cepted pass last night played
key parts1 in the Balboa-Athletic
Club game.
All wee were turned into
touchdowns by the Athletic Club
as they confounded Balboa 20-0
and interrupted an 11 -game
winning streak for the high
schoolers.
It was sweet, sweet turn turnabout
about turnabout for AC. They lost, 19-6,
in the f rst meeting between
the two teams. But last night's
game, played in ankle-deep
water (and later, mud), was
all Athletic Club.
Fullback carl Tuttle, a bald
ing, 160-pound bruiser, scorea
twice once on a first quarter
seven-yard jog and later on a
third quarter 33-yard sprint. The
other teedee came in the first
period on a two-yara taciue
crack by halfback Bert Joyce.
Balboa couldn t move ine Da
with any sort of concentraiea
offense. They gained a total of
57 yards, both passing ana run running
ning running all night most of it be between
tween between the 30 yard marks. The
Rams, on the other hand'a hand'a-massed
massed hand'a-massed 248 yards.
Happily for Balboa, the
game won't show in the foot football
ball football standings. No AC contests
do. The standings between the
two teams thus moves to an
8-3-1 advantage for Balboa.
A sparse crowd, scared off by
an all-afternoon drizzle, sat in
numbed silence the first half
and noisy hope the second; but
by then the game was over.
Tuttle started the end when
he plucked Bulldog quarterback
Ritchie More's firs play pass out
of a maze of would-be receivers.
He was swarmed under at tne
25. But seven plays later, Tuttle
had his first touchdown, when
the AC quarterback flipped him
an option play lateral at the 7 7-yard
yard 7-yard stripe. Tuttle also plunged
for the point.
Within two more plays, the
Rams had possession again. On
one of its many fumbles, Balboa
lost the ball ait their own 35.
Joyce hit off tackle for 14, Man Manning
ning Manning went another nine on a
sneaker, and pushed a basketball-type
pass to end Curtis Jef Jef-ferles
ferles Jef-ferles for another eight. From
there Joyce toughed his way In Into
to Into the end zone on a clever cross
buck.
Manning pushed another pass
to Jefferies for the point after.
In the third quarter, Balboa
threw a scarce into AC But it
was only a little scare.' The
'Dogs, moved to the 18, their
only time all n'ght to venture
inside the 20-yard line; but
fumbled on the next play.
Bob Cucalon, a defensive burr
in Balboa hides all during the
game, pounced on a Hound bob bobble
ble bobble on the Athletic Club 48 mid midway
way midway through the third period.
Right off the bat, Joyce wallow wallowed
ed wallowed 17 yards. That set up the
second Tuttle tally
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a futile horde of Bulldogs, and
Elvised his way to the end zone.
At this point, Balboa money
stopped changing hands. And
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It was ths first time Balboa
was blanked since Jackson High
of Miami did it three years ago.
Rick Casares,
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Top NFL Backs
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Ric!k
Casares and Eddie Brown of the
Chicago Bears led National Foot Foot-ball
ball Foot-ball League backs in running and
S? ,!?'., rePective'y. today with
one third of the pro season behind
uiem,
Casares moved Into first place
Past..toe JMatson of the Chicago
Cardinals by posting a total of 401
yards on 76 carries for a 5.3 aver average.
age. average. Matson has gained 372 yards
on 66 attempts for an average of
5i4yards-,Inc. addition- Hufc Mc Mc-Elnenny.
Elnenny. Mc-Elnenny. of San Francisco moved
from fifth to third place with 345
yards.
a.BSK "f4?? Position as
tne NFL s leading passer with 35
completions in 52 tries for a total
of 569 yards and an average cf
10.94. He also has tossed six" for
touchdowns. Cardinals' quarter quarterback
back quarterback Lamar McHan jumped from
an also-ran a week ago to second
place among the passers with a
9.48 average, gain in yards. He
completed 1& of 33 pauses for 313
yards and four touchdowns. Bill
Wade of the Los Angeles Rams
dropped to third place with an
average of 9.14 yards.
Bill Howton of the Green Bay
Packers continued to set the pace
in pass receiving, snaring 22
passes for 516 yards,' an average
of better than 23 yards per. catch.
The New York Giants' Frank Gif Gif-ford
ford Gif-ford ranked second with 20 catches
for 239 yards.
Bobby Layneof the Detroit
Lions moved into a slim first
place margin in points scored with
a total of 38. Casares and New
York's Mel Triplett were tied for
second with 36 points each.
In punting, the Philadelphia
Eagles' Adrian Burk led for the
second week with a 45.4-yard aver average.
age. average. The Bears' Brown followed
with a 45.3 mark.
Can Taseff of Baltimore led the
league with a 21.3 yard average on
punt returns, while Matson was at
the top in kickoff returns with an
average run of 38.2 yards.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A total of 134,761 fans have visit visited
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year, surpassing the previous high
for one year of 134,473 set in 1154.
Back in 1943, only 2,945 fans visit-
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x-Ithaca vs. Brockport St.
a-L. Angel St. va. L. Beach St
x -Occidental va. Barstow Mar.
x-St. Thomaa vs. HamHne
x-San Fran. St. vs. Redlands
x Santa Barbara s. Romona Romona-Clare.
Clare. Romona-Clare. x-Upaala vs. Bridgeport
x-Younptewa vs W. Texas St.
Saturday, Oct. V
X-Ab. Christian vs. SW Texas St.
Akron vs. Wooster
Alabama vs. Miss. St.
Albright vs. Moravian
Allegheny vs. Bethany, W. Va.
x-Alma vs. Albion
Amer. Inter'l vs. Springfield
x-Ariiona St. vs. San Jose St.
x-Arizona vs. Texas Teen
x Arkansas vs. Mississippi U)
Auburn vs. Houston
Augustan, in. vs. Carroll, Wis.
X-Austin vs. Midwestern
x-Baylor vs. Tjexas A&M
Bishop, vs. Wiley
Boston U. vs. Syracuse
Bowling Green vs. Marshall
Brandeis vs. New Hampshire
Brown vs. Rhode Island
Buffalo vs. Alfred
x-Calif. Aggies va. Humboldt St.
Carleton vs. Lawrence
Central Micb. vs. Milwaukee St.
Cent. St. O. vs. bwiw
Central St. vs. Betoit
Colby vs. Bowdoin -Colorado
A&M vs. Montana
Colorado St. vs Colo. Mines
Colorado vs. Nebraska -Columbia
vs. Army
Connecticut vs. Delaware
Cornell Col. vs. GnnneU
Cornell vs. Princeton
Davidson vs. VMI
Defiance vs. Ashland
Delaware St. vs. St. PauTi
Denison vs. Muskingum
DePauw vs. Butler
Doane vi. Wayne St.
Drake vs. Bradley
Duke vs. No. Caro. St.
x-E Arison vs. N. Mex Wes era
Eastern Mich. vs. Eastern IU.
Elmhurst vs. Lake Forest
Fayetteville vs. Howard U.
Florida AkM vs Xavier (It.)
x-Fresno St. vs. Hawaii
Furaan vs. Citadel
I Geneva vs. Slippery Rock
Georgia Tech. vs. Tulane
' Georgia vs. Kentucky
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Harvard vs. Dartmouth
x-Hastings vs. Peru St.
Haverford vs. Hamilton
x-Heidelberg vs. BaJWiJUw
Hiram vs. Mount Union
Hobart vs. Unto, N. Y.
Hofstra vs. Cortland St
x-Col. Idaho vs. Calif. Poly (2)
Idaho St. v. Colorado Col.
I Illinois vs. Mich. St.
Indiana vs Northwestern
' John Carroll vs. Case Tech
Juniata vs. Drexe Tech
xCalamatoo vs. Hnisdale
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Lafayette vs. Gettysburg
Lehigh vs. Rutgers
Lewis vs. IB. Normal
Lewis I Cl vs. Whitworth
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Lock Haven St. vs. Indiana St.
Loras vs. PlatteviHe
x-Louisiana St. vs. Florda
Luther' vs. Upper Iowa
Maine vs. Bates
Mankato St. vs. Carthage
Marietta vs. Otterbeln
i-Marquette vs. Cincinnati
Maryland St. vs. Tenn St. (3)
M.Kusetts vs Northeastern
X-Mempbis St. vs. Ken ucky St.
Miami, 0. vs. Kent St
Michigan vs. Minnesota
Middlebury vs. Rensselaer
..Mid. Tenn. St. vs. Murray St,
MfflersvMe vs. Shippensburg
MiBlkin vs. ffl. Wesfeyan
MiUsaps vs. Southwestern
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Morehouse vs. Clark
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No. Dakota St. vs. So. Dakota
North Dakota vs. Iowa Techers
No. 111. State vs. Omaha
Northern Mich. vs. Supenor St.
N'west'n Col. vs. Concordia, 111.
Norwich vs. Vermont
Notre Dame vsi Oklahoma.
OberBn vs. Kenyon
Ohio St. vs. Wisconsin
Ohio U. vs. Louisville
Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wabash
Oklahoma A&M vs. Kansas
X-Ore. Col. Ed. vs. Southern Ore Oregon.
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x-Paclfic U. vs. Whitman
Penn Military vs. Lycoming
Penn St. vs. West Virginia
Pennsylvania vs. Navy
x-Pittsburg St. vs. Emporia St.
Pittsburgh vs. Oregon
Prairie View vs. Arkansas AM
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Puget Sound vs. Brit. Columbia
Purdue vs. Iowa
Hand. -Macon vs. Johns Hokins
x-Rice vs. Texas
Rust vs. Phil. Smith
St. Augustine's vs. Elizabeth Ci
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St. Joseph's vs. Evansville
St. Lawrence vs. Army B
x-St. Norbert vs. Whitewater St.
x-St. Vincent vs. Lebanon Val. (4)
x-Sacramento St. vs. Chico St.
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x-Savannah St. vs. Albany t.
Scranton vs. Muhlenberg
Shaw vs. No. Caro. Col
So. Caro. St. vs. Alabama A&M
Soutern 111. vs. Western 111.
SW Louisiana vs. La. Tech
Stanford vs. So. California
Sterling vs. Lincoln, Mo.
x Stetson vs. Wofford
x-Stout St. vs. Northland
Susquehanna vs. Wilkes
Swarthmore vs. Dickinson
Temple vs. BuckneM
x-Tenn. Tech vs. E. Terni St.
Tennessee vs. Marylanfl
x Texas Luth. vs. Sul Ross St.
Tex. Southern vs. Langston (S)
Thiel vs. Grove City
x-Trinity, Tex. vs. SE Louisiana
Tulsa vs. Hard. -Simmons
Tuskegee Inst. vs. Ft. Valley St.
Ursinus vs. Wagner
Utah St. vs. Brigham Young
Utah vs. Idaho
Valparaiso vs. Ball State
x-Vanderbilt vs. Mid. Tenn. St.
x-Virginia Tech vs. Virginia. (6)
Va. Union vs. V st.
Wartburg vs. Central, la.
Wash, Mo. vs. S. Dakota
Washington vs. California
Wesleyan vs. Amherst
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Wilmington vs. Ohio Northern
Winston-Salem vs. J. C. Smith
Wittenberg vs. Capital
Wyoming vs. Kansas St.
Xavier, 0. vs. Dayton
Yale Vs. Colgate
Sunday, Oct. 18
Detroit vs. Boston Col.
Holy Cross vs. Quantico
(1) At Little Rock, Ark.
(2) At Boise, Idaho
(3) At Washington, D. C.
(4) At Leechburg, Pa.
(5) At Fort Worth, Tex.
(6) At Roanoke, Va.
FRESH SLANT A new face
crashed the golf playing pro professionals'
fessionals' professionals' headlines when Mike
Fetchick of Yonkers, N.Y., beat
three others in a play-off in the
Western Open in San Francisco.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP) (UP)-Yale
Yale (UP)-Yale University announced today
that it will begin construction next
year on a $750,000 hockey arena
to be named the David S. Ingalls
rank in honor of the publisher of
the Cincinnati Times-Star and his
son. Both Ingalls captained the
Eli freshman and varsity hockey
teams at Yale.

JC Boys Hope

To Surprise
CHS Squad
This evening at seven o'clock in
the Balboa Stadium the JC Green
Devils will meet the Tigers of
Cristobaf High School.
Putting to use all the past-performance
data available concern concerning
ing concerning the two outfits, the public han han-dicappers
dicappers han-dicappers have established t h e
Tigers as a touchdown favorite.
Despite this professional predic prediction
tion prediction and regardless of the fact
that Cristobal defeated the Green
Devils 14-0 earlier this season, the;
Junior College, boys feel that they
have finally reached their peaki
and have developed into the nest
lootball club on the Isthmus. For
the first time this year the Col
lege squad will be at full strength
physically.
Balboa High School had little
difficulty In persuading the CHS
kids to submit to a 13-0 shut out
last Friday. If JC is a better club
than BHS they should be in for
a verv pleasant evening.
The probable starting line-ups:
Junior College
Foge!, LE; Hlggins, LT; Noboa,
LG; Schmidt, C; Lang, RG; Black
all, RT; Irwin, RE; F. Smith, RH;
Cicero, LH; Home, FB; R a y y-bourne,
bourne, y-bourne, QB.
Cristobal Hioh
Forrest, Welnlein, Newhardy
Davidson, Brians, Willboughly,M
Slaughter, Rankin, Gibson, Croft,
Hawthorne.
Oddsmakers Tab
Top Three Teams
Solid Favorites
NEW YORK (UP) M'cVjyn
State, Oklahnmn and Georgia
Tech, the three top-ranked teams
in the nation, were all atel vM
favorites by Broadway o-MsmaJc-ers
today to continue undefeated
on Saturday. ...
The oddsmakers made Michigan
State, which replaced Ottahcma
as the No. 1 team this wcex, a
19-point choice over Illinois in
their Big Ten tussle at thamr
paign-Urbanav DL-
Oklahoma, shooting for s 35'h
straight victory after,
new modern major college win winning
ning winning record .tort Saturday, was
2l-point favorite nver nxttertd
Notre Dame in a Mtionalry-tele-vised
game at South Bend, Ind.
The Irish handed the Sooners their
last defeat, 28-21, In the 1958 sea-
SVd-r.enked Georgia Tech was
installed a 13-pomt pick over Tu-
, .1 Atlanta H.
lane i ... 1ft
ml... Inmt in tM TOP I"
bracket were each favored hy at
least two touciwownj.
t.o., ranked fourth, was
-IE nuk over Maryland at
Knoxvie, Tenn.; ttjj
Jug" game at Ann furor,
.iM.th.r.nkArl Ohio State was a 13-
point choice over Wisconsin at
Columbus, Ohio, and Texas Chris
tian also was a lap-omi
at home against Miami, (Fia.).
In the South Carolina State Fair
game to be played at Columbia,
cr tfimnrmw. Clemson was
rated on point over South Caro
lina.
Pittsburgh wts a 13-point choice
at home against Oregon in one big
intersectional contest wnue in an another
other another one at Little Rock, Ark
Mississippi was rated a nine-point
favorite over Arkansas.
Dukt is favored by 14 over
North Carolina State and North
Carolina by over Wake Forest.
Top Goalie Again
Leading Backstops
In Hockey League
MONTREAL (UP) Stingy
Jaeaues Plante. hockey's top goal-
tender last year, has picked up
right where he left off and leads
all National Hocxey league oc oc-stops
stops oc-stops with an almost near perfect
"fielding average" of .075, after
the first two weeks of the new,
$6 3 son.
According to figures compiled
bv United Press, the wiry Cana Cana-dien
dien Cana-dien goaler has handled 110 of 11
shots. Trailing Plante, just as he
did at the end of the previous sea season,
son, season, is Lome (Gump) Worsley,
New York's squat backstop, at
.948.
And strangely, the standings at
the end of the second week are
identical to the final standings of
the 1955-56 season. Glenn Hall, De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's rookie of the year, was still
third with a .935 mark, followed
by veteran Al Rollins o-' Chicago,
.930; Terry Sawchuk of Boston,
.910; and Toronto rookie Ed Chad Chad-wick,
wick, Chad-wick, .894.

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FAMILY AFFAIR -Every day is dad s Day at Kent. Q.. Stat. Two players and the coach
c-heck signals with their small fry. They are, left to right, Guard Heward Martin and his six-month-old
son. Warren; Coach Trevor Ree and eight-nionlh-old daughter. Betsy; and Full Fullback
back Fullback Bilr Blair and 14-mon'th-old m, Billy. 'Nothing quite like keeping it all in the family.

Penn States Rip Engle Gets
UP. yCoach-Of-Week' Honors

By J. ROBERT SHUBERT
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (UP)
He's been the dean of pessi pessimists
mists pessimists for years on this picturesque
campus but this season he has
been under doctor s orders" to
look on the brighter side.
He has a football team that is
making that task relatively easy.
He's, the United Presi Coach of
the Week, Charles (Rip) Engle, a
kindly white-haired guy whose
Penn State Nittany Lions subdued
Ohio State's Scarlet Scourge, 7-6,
Saturday in the upset of the year
to date. i
There were many things that
helped, but Engle said it simply
showed that "we wanted, to win
this one more than Ohio State
did.''
"In 27 years of coaching I never
had a team that showed more fle-
sire ttiar this one," he iaW..'Tve
never been able to get as dose
to a group of boys. I feel so hap happy
py happy for them because they de deserved
served deserved to win. As for me, thvic thvic-tory
tory thvic-tory was the greatest thrill of my
coaching career."
But right now he's worried lest
the team should suffer a letdown
agiinat West Virginia Saturday.
"I don't mind striking a blow
for eastern football now and then,
but we have traditional rivalries,
too, and we really like to win
these neighborhood battles," he
said. "The team enjoyed the Ohio
State victory, but it would get
even more out of beating West
Virginia, Syracuse, and later on
Pittsburgh." v
One strong psychological weap weapon
on weapon which Engle had In his arsenal
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Zlobotny Back On Job,
It's Iowa Over Purdue

By MAJOR AMOS B. HOPLE
Author of "Croquet Strategy"
HAK KAFF! Among my less -U
tprate. clientele are a few crass
characters who write querulously
whenever I miss a prediction by a
few points.
Ah, yes, life is not all skittles
and beer.
Several of the take issue with
my forecast on a recent Saturday
when an UDset 1 selected failed to
materialize. I am not accustomed
to rendering excuses, but 1 feel
some explanation is due my zil
lions of more intelligent readers.
It happend as the result of a
staff misunderstanding. Dr. ".h
guel Zlobotny', who was suppose 1
to be in' charge of interplanetary
influences, mistakenly took ovtf
in the subterranean disorders do-,
partment. v i
This left intersteller aberrations
to Prof. Olaf Hernandez, who is a
scholarly enough chap but a trifle
green in matters of space.
This week we're back on an e e-ven
ven e-ven keel, and strangely enough I
have but two upsets to pass on to
you: Iowa to defeat Purdue, 20 to:
14, and Oregon State to triumph o
ver UCLA, 14 to 7. Now go on.
with the rest of the forecast as if
nothing happened. Haw!
Army 20, Columbia 7
Yale 14, Colgate 6
Princeton 34, Cornell 7
Harvard 13, Dartmouth 7
Navy 21, Penn 7
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ready for what we knew would be J
a tough game," he said. "I've hadj
better squads physically, but this!
one has the most heart, desire,
i
and courage.
W. Virginia 19, Perm St. 7
put 20. Oreaon 8
Michigan State 20, Illinois
7
Indiana 14, Northwestern 0
Iowa 20, Purdue 14
lewa Stat. 14, Missouri 7
Michigan 21, Minnesota 4
Colorado 14, Nebraska 7
Oklahoma 20, Notre Damf 14
Ohio State 34, Wisconsin 7
Tennessee 27, Maryland 13
Miss. State 20, Alabama 0
Mississippi 21, Arkansas 13
Baylor 14, Texas A. and M. 1
Florid. 14, La. Stat. 7
Kentucky 14, Georgia 7
Gl Tech 27, Tulane 20
Rice 14, Texas 0
California 20, Washington 13
Oregon State 14, UCLA 7
Stanford 21, So. Cal.. 13
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Fraley Looking For Upset
College Football Weekend1

By OSCAR FRALfY
NEW YORK (UP)- Frale's
follies and tne woe&end tuoia
"winners luoKiug tor fan upei,
weexend.
Gam Of Th. Wwk
Oklahoma over .uU name
No upset here. iuc iuuneis i.uiu;
sooner beat Notre oaiao umTw
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West Virginia over 'enn State-
I uriLinii fur th flhin Si ate ':-
down.
Pitt over Oregon The Pantneis

are pantmg again. TOKYO (UP) Brooklyn Dodgef
Yale over Colgate- Too much ; pitcner Don Newcombe said today
of everj thing. ne hopes his ailing right arm
Navy oyer Penn-. Eoning an-Which plagued him throughout the'
other winning streak of one. world Series would recover so W'
. ., could redeem hftnsclf wilh Japan Japan-Also:
Also: Japan-Also: Syracuse over Boston L.. e& fans he returns hoitfei
Army over Columbia, Dartmouth Newcombe disclosed that b? W
over Harvard, Princeton over Co;jlfred his gi,, ebow m tbc s,.

nell, Florida itate over vuianova,
Temple over Buckncl), Rliters
over Lehigh, Lafayttte over Get-
tysburg and Brown over noo
Island. I
The Midwest ;
:
Michigan over Minnesota One
of those old-fashioned crunchers,
Michigan State over Illinois! -Ou
' sheer finesse. j
l Purdue over lOwa Shakily t
1 Ohio State over Wisconsin The;
Dig oounce.
Also: Northwestern over :uw
, ana, Missouri over Iowa State,
. Colorado over Nebraska. Bost 01.
jCallese over Detroit and Cincin-
Bati over Mamnptte
The West
Southern Cal over
-
Stanford
ReHy underrated
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UCLA over ; Oregon
Stat.
Tougn, lad, tough
Washington
Anything goes.
over California-
Washington State over COP A
gallop.
Also: Wyoming over Kansii
State, Utah over Idaho, (UaU
Staae over 'Brigham Young and
New Mexico over Denver.
T Ie4ith
Tennessee t'.er Maryland, But
they'll get going one of these
weeks.
Georgia Tech over Tulane--
Could be
Duke over tyJMMrim
State -Too muclitfeef.
Mississippi State over Alabama
ReaL low tile.
Also: Florida pver LSU; Nom
Carolina over Wake Forest. Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt over Middle Tennessee,
Clemson over South Carolina. A
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Durn over Houston, Virginia
Qtnf
Vurgmia Tech and W a
M
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George Washington.
' I The Southwest
Miami over Texas Christian
Swink. swank,, swunk:
Baylor over Texas Ajigie The
blueplate special.
Mississippi over AMtanaas A
Today Encanto .35 .20
Van Johnson In
"23 Paces To Baker. Street"
In ClnemaScopel
Kay Kendall ln
"ABDULLAH'S HAREM"
Too IMAl 20.. 10
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Rice over iexas Without con confidence.
fidence. confidence. Also: Tulsa over Hardin-Sun-nions,
Arizona State over San Jose
SLace. Kansas over Otciahoma..

A a M, and Texas Tech over An-
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Hewcombe Discloses
He Injured Elbow
,,v "J"VU MMVTT
Before World Series
game of the1 regular sea sot
against the Pltt:bUrgh'Pirates. H:
was knocked out of the box twfttj
during the series and again in far
wall and in Japan on the Dodgery5'
current exhibition tour.
Newcomb? fold United Press it
a telephone interview from SS
p0ro, Hokkaido, northernmost Jar
pan, he was not leaving for rjlf
United Stales for treatment!
"I am leaving it up to the trthg
er to see what he can do for me,
Neweomee said. "I've had arnf"
;irouoie a courne oi umes oetq
An ovrcapacity crowd o lj
turned out las! Sunday at Tok;
Koraukuen Stadium to see ffle
tional J-ague 27-game winnefr
start against an au-japan teyn.
They were shocked when New-
"ombe was knocked out in tne tirsi
inning without getting a man out;
' He walked the first man an-tl
a'loweo lour conseouuve him,
of them a two-run homer.
hove you joined
the fun at the
Fridays & Saturdays
Mldnite to 4:30 a.m.
with the-
piano. base and drum
combination of the
GEORGE GODOY TRia
In the alr-eonli: -j
BAI BOA BOOM
nightcap on Iht nous
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BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
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Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2S59
Fee U.S. personnel and that
families only.
Meetings
A requiem mass for the re repose
pose repose of the soul of Mrs. Grace
Ann Gordon, who died last week
Thursday, w'll be held tomorrow
mornin; at 6 o'clock in St. Paul's
Anglo-Catholic Chnreh.
Mrs. Gordon, a former resi resident
dent resident of La Boca, was a resident
f Juan Diaa at the tfcne of her
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FOR RENT
Apartment
ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartment!, I,
2 bedroomi, ha, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Vary modern cam cam-pletely
pletely cam-pletely furnished 2 bedroomi,
tudio, etc., hot water, beautiful
view, $200 Call 3-1899.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, Ava. Para.
Call Phona 3-0088.
FOR RENT: Furnished ar ua ua-furnished
furnished ua-furnished apartment tor milita military
ry military couple Parqua Lefevre 7th
St. N. 22, Rio Theater entrance.
FOR RENT: Apartment. 13th
Straat, Na. 21, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Three-room apart apartment
ment apartment 828, Via Espani. Call Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama 2-2064.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool
2- bedroom furnished apartment,
"El Canarajo," naar Hotel El
Panama. Hat watar included. All
utilities Far information phona
3- 6796.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, living room, dining
room, parch, laundry room,
maid'a room, hot watar. Via Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina No. 75. "El Cangrajo."
Can ha seen anytime. Phona 3 3-4627,
4627, 3-4627, FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, madarn, 11th Straat Na,
1 Parqua Lefevre, an tha main.
G.I. exclusively. Call 3-4818, 7
ta 9 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, parch, caal. 41th St.
Na. 27, Apartment Ne. 4.

Kobbe Basketball Five

Back On Top-All Alone

Tort Kobbe it back on top an
alone.
The defending champs came
from behind Wenesday night to
trip up Fort Clayton by a narrow
75-72, thus boosting their record
to 12 wins and one less.
The Cavaliers, having run neck
and neck with .the Regulars since
beating them. 60-53, in the second
round earlier this month, slipped
back into second slot with an 11-2
mark.
Th3two tekms will meet once
more In regulation PAAF play -Nov.
10 at Fort Clayton. II the
Cavs can win he final game
(barring losses by either team to
any of the other league members,
which is unlikely), the champion championship
ship championship race will be thrown into a
best of three post season play playoff.
off. playoff. In other games Wednesday, Al Albrook
brook Albrook drubbed Navjj, 74 60, to
retain its hold on third place, and
Army Atlantic stayed within a
game of the Flyers by nudging
the Tri Pott Trodpers, 72-67.
Tomorrow night's action slates
Kobbe at Army Atlantic, -Clayton
at Navy and the Troopers at
Albrook.
At Kobbe, the Regulars rallied
for 10 quick third quarter points
after spotting the Cavs a 38 34
halftlme lead, and that was
enough to make the difference,
although the Cavs fought back
desperately in the closing minutes
and several times closed the gap
to one point.
A layup by Clayton's Vera Cle-

FOR SALE

Household
FOR SALE: Naw 1956 R.C.A.
TV, 24" screen, aataaaa, tabla.
Reaaonabla price Leaving Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, mutt Mil. Albrook 6188.
FOR SALE: West inghouss
Laundromat $100. 2111-D Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu Phona 7225 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse elec electric
tric electric refrigerator, 9 cubic feet,
porcelain inside, brand naw 60 60-cycla
cycla 60-cycla unit, perfect condition,
$150. House 8540-B, Margarita.
FOR SALE: General Electric
Hotpoint 12-cu. ft. freeier, used
anly 9 months $340; 12-cu. ft.
icebox $90; automatic washing
machine $40, (60 cycles); gas
stove $80; water haater $60;
bads and other household effects.
Panama 3-1928.
FOR SALE: Bandix automatic
washing machine, 25 or 60-cy-cla;
5-pc. mahogany living room
sat. Phona I185-L, Colon.
FOR SALE: Electric inner 25 25-evcle,
evcle, 25-evcle, 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 modal
$30; 2 Army cots, mattress $20.
Call Balboa 2-2645.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Comfortable, cool
furnished room with excellent
meals in Campo Alagra. Call 3 3-5488.
5488. 3-5488. mons, who tallied mne points in
the final canto, brought the Cavs
up to a 73-72 deficit with a
minute to go, but it proved to be
their last point as Willie Hatchett
blocked a shot by Bill Jankovich,
Sath Williams' layup missed, Kobbe
grabbed the rebound and Ron
Slaymaker streaked downcourt
for the clinching basket as the
buzzer sounded.
At Fort Davis a concerted
third-period rally by the Troopers
against Ar Atlantic's reserves
fell flat in the fourth when the
Bushmaster regulars trooped back
on the floor. Tom Tucker of the
A's amassed 31 points, 11 of them
. .
in the iinai stanza, wnue jl e e
Straube was high for the Troops
with 19.
At Coco Solo, Albrook spotted
Naw f. 15 11 frtst period lead
went ahead. 25-23, at the a a if
and then broke loose for 29
ooints in the third quarter, 11 of
them by Don Ball, to ice the con
test. Emmett Bryant led the scor
irig with 22 while Ball hooped 21
and Navy's Ed McPherson flipped
in 19.
Conspicously absent was the
Sailors' stellar forward, Frank
Doran, who leaves the I s t h m us
Monday.
Dodgers Save Face
By Skin Of Teeth
MITO'. Japan, Oct. 26 (UP)
TiuVn snider hit a two-run horn
er but Japan's Kanto All-Stars
rallied to srain a 3-3 tie with tne
touring Brooklyn Dodgers today
before 22,000 fans. The teams
did not play extra mntngs to
break the deadlock.
Brooklyn scored an 8-0 victo victory
ry victory over the Kanto team Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday but had to be satisfied with
a tie today when the Japanese
players staged a three-run rally
acainst starting- pitcher Don
Drysdaie ana reuei piicner uon
Bessent in the bottom of the
eighth.
Snider s nomer, nis secona in
Japan, came in the fourth In
ning when he hit a long arive
Into the left field stands after
Pee Wee Reese doubled. The
other Brooklyn run came in the
sixth inning. Jackie Robinson
walked and Roy Campanella
singled to center. Robinson went
to third on a wild pitch and
scored on Jim Gentile's hit to
right field.
The line score:
Brooklyn 000 201 0003 7 1
Kanto 000 000- 030 3 6 1
Drysdaie, Bessent (8), Roebuck
(9) and Campanella, olsen (6),
Howell (9); Akiyama, Aramaki
(4), Miura (6, Bessho (8) and
DOli, Fiijio (T). HR-Snider,

FOR SALE

Automobile
FOR SALE: Lata 1949 "98"
Rockets Olds Sedan. Very
condition. Phona Bal. 1362.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hillman con convertible,
vertible, convertible, duty paid, good trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Phono Panama 3 3-3744.
3744. 3-3744. FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2 -dr.
6-cyl. Good mechanical condi condition,
tion, condition, new tire and brake job.
$350 ar best offer Call Gamboa
6-4S1 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ola SB, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. 5433-B, Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Hats.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
4 -door Station Wagon, Model
2119. Excellent condition with
four new whitowall tubeless tires.
Panama 3-0340 or 3-1928.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4-dr. sadan deluxe with power power-glide
glide power-glide and whitawall tires, imma immaculate
culate immaculate low mileage car, owner
must sell. Make offer Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. FOR SALE: 1955 Fard Ferder,
lika new, low mileage, radio,
heater. Phona Amador 4264.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet.
1100 miles, 4-door, good condi condition,
tion, condition, duty free. 3-4099 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR SALE: 1955 MGTF, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Can be seen in
Hotel El Panama Garaga ar tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1712 from S ta 5 daily
except Sunday.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Vi-ton
Panel, good mechanical condition
$275. Phene 2-4970, Accasarios
Caton.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobil
"SB" Hydramatic 4-door Sedan,
good condition. Phona 3015.
House 2606-A, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere 4-door Sedan, Ilka
new. Let af extras. Going ta
State. Phona Balboa 4474.
House 2256-1.
FOR SALE: 1931 Mattel "A"
Ford Pick-up, body excellent
mechanical condition $175. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-4970, Accesorios Ca Caton.
ton. Caton. FOR SALE: 54 Mercury four four-door,
door, four-door, radio, heater, windshield
washer and E-Z glass, clean
wgood rubber. Albrook 1150 ar
2189. t
FOR SALE: '51 Plymouth, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, gaad tire,
$575 Phone 2-1235. Quarter
5524, Diablo
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth-6
Savoy 4-door, 2-tona, push-button
shift, turn lights, stainless
hubcap, oil filter, airfoam seats,
3000 miles $1995. Duffie.
2524-A, Cocoli, after 4:00.
FOR SALE: 1954 Cadillac
Coupe do Ville. Purchased new
Sept. '54 17.000 actual miles.
Cadillac installed Continental
kit, full pawar equipment, auto automatic
matic automatic eye, tinted glass, new car
condition, would cast $5900 ta
duplicate faday. Will accept
trade. Phono 3-1090 from B
a. me ta 5 p.m., after 6 p.m. 3 3-1408.
1408. 3-1408. Hollow'een Hop Hop-Slated
Slated Hop-Slated For JWB
There is no trick in the treat in
store for the servicemen at the
monthly orchestra dance which
will be held at the USO-UWB Arm
ed Forces Service Center on Sun Sunday
day Sunday beginning at 8 p.m. Music
will be furnished by the "trick or
treat" band of George Miller.
Sponsors for the monthly affair
ere Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fidan-
que of Panama City; Lt. and Mrs.
Edwin Glttelman of Fort Amador;
CWO and Mrs. George Hanlen of
Fort Clayton; and Dr. and Mrs
Gene Cohen of Ancon.
Problem and Fringe Area
Reception .
our
SPECIALTY
W use and
recommend CBS
tubes... the tube
with the Good
Housekeeping
Guaranty SseL
CALL
Panama
3-1285
Via Espana ft 45th
Bella Vista
St.

FOR SALE

Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Motor bike B.S.A.
125-c.c. Call Balboa 2474.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:
16 bp. Scott Arwater
trailer and accessories, $395 ell.
Call 2165 ar 6176 Albrook.
FOR SALE: Duracraft 14-ft.
aluminum cartop boat and acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Weigh only 100 lbs
$250. 7Vi-hp. 1956 Eviarud
motor $225. Minn-Kota silent
electric trailer $4$ Panama 3 3-0340
0340 3-0340 or 3-I92S.
I-OR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Vat 415, 416.
417. 41S. Total of 2256 seuar.
meters. La Cambraa. AH lots
facing highway. Phone Balboa
3339 ar house 5729-B, Diablo
or sea H. B. Pearl at La Cum Cum-bres.
bres. Cum-bres. FOR SALE: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished haute ia SeacllH Acre,
overlooking the tea at Santa
Clara Beach. Living-dining area,
2 bedrooms, kitchen and twa in inside
side inside perches, built-in barbecue.
Call 3-2052 from 6 ta B p.m.
FOR SALE: Lovely beach-front
property with furnished concrete
house ia excellent condition. All
modern conveniences. Server re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, palm tree and mil million
lion million dollar view of the acaan.
Located Sea Cliff Acre, ana mile
before Santa Clara. Priced ta tall,
$4500. Call days 25-3123.
FOR SALE: Naar Santa Clara
at Sea Cliff Acres about 200 me meter
ter meter from beach, lovely concrete
house with approximately 3600
q. meter of land. Tile floor and
reef with 5 ream upstairs (in (includes
cludes (includes 2 bedrooms) aad com complete
plete complete 2-room servant's quartan
below. Original cost $10,000,
will aacrifice fa? $5000 with
tare ta iilpeUelhlo party. Wall
a property and light aad water
furnished at $10 par month. See
Mrs. Anderson at Sea Cliff Acres,
I mile an highway before Santa
Clam.
USCA Directors
To Hold Important
Heeling Sunday
important business will be His.
' cussed at the meetine of th Pari.
ne sector of the U.S. Citizens As
sociation board of directors' meet-
ing, which will be held at the Dia
blo service Center, Sunday at
p.m.
Business (o be transsrtprt will
I include renewal of contract with
La Vera R. Dilweg, attorney, pro proposed
posed proposed changes in Articles n and
IV of the by-laws and review and
discussion on proposed leeilslatinn
in the Session of Congress to con
vene next January. 4
Progress reports on member
ship and finances of the Associa
tion will also be given.
V A 14 J 1 . A 1 ,
muHuaie aeiegaies elected 10
the board in February this year
will be expected to attend togeth
er witn regular delegates. All
members of the USCA are invited
to attend this meeting, but only
those serving as delegates will
have the priveleges of the floor, a
voice and a vote.
Admission to this session is by
membership card, but for those
who wish to join or renew mem
bership, cards may be purchased
at tne ooor.
Delegates, Alternate Delegates
and members of the Atlantic Sec
tor are invited to attend this meet
ing.
Japanese Whaling
Boosted This Year
By Ship Purchase
TOKYO, Oct. 26 (UP) -The for
mer Olympic Challenger whaling
fleet will sail from Tokyo tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for the Antarctic under a Ja Japanese
panese Japanese name and a Japanese
flag.
The Olympic Challenger, now
the Kyokuyo Maru, will lead the
first of five Japanese whaling
neeis tu purucipaie in mis year s
Antarctic wnaitng race.
Tha Olympic Challenger fleet
was purchased from Greek
shipowner Aristotle Onaatis this
year by Kyokuyo Whaling Cam
Pny-
Japan had only three fleets in
the Antarctic during the last sea season,
son, season, but will have five out of the
20 fleets operating this season.
Following the Kvokuvo Mara,
the Taivo Fisheries Cnmn.nv'.
y?.e f"i? r 'anersea company S
Njsshlc Maru and Kinjo Maru Will
leave Kobe and Yokohama respec-
tlvely on Oct. 30
pk- Mik.. C..1..-1. m
me iiiuuii ouisaii s luuan nia
m will start on its trip Nov.
and its Matsushima Mam th nth-
er new mother ship, will follow
two days later.

RESORTS

PHILLIPS Ocaansida Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bax 435, Balboa
Phone Panama 3-1B77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
sua. One mile past Ca-
Pheae Balboa 1S66.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Spend year weak end at Rio
Mar. the best bathing beach ia
tha Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. Tha new
management it anxious to serve
PERSONALS
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Best
price in Panama. For estimates
cail 3 462B. Herat Ce. Free
pick-up aad delivery.
Wanted To Rent
WANTED: Furnished room for
2 quiet persons, preferably oa
4th of July Ave. or Bella Vista.
Phone 2-2316 office hours and
3-0234 from 7 p.m. Sunday all
day.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Bunk bad. !mm.
dwtfety. Phone Panama 3-3744.
ANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.I.
Panamanian Dances
Feature Of JWB
a perennial favorite with t h e
aficionados of Carnival season in
Panama are the Carnival dance
cusses wmcn win begin on
Wednesday. Nov. 7. and enntinu.
weekly ilUha. Ume o the compar-
ssuu lumos.
iiw ciass, wmcn has been eont
rtouing annually for 11 years, is
held as a public service by the
USO-JWB for servicemen, their
dependents, and civilians Interest
ea in participating in the season
that typifies the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama at its gayest. The Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians enter into the soirit of Car
nival with a lively lust for laugh laughter
ter laughter and gaiety and welcome those
who match this soirit of under
standing of their music and danc
es.
Aniceto Moscoso, professor
of native dance, at tha National
School af Dance) in Panama, will
again be the instructor. The
tamborito, national dance of the
country, will be taught along
with the punto, one of the danc dances
es dances closes te Spenish origin, and
the group dance, the tumble.
Prior to the Carnival season.
exhibitions of the native dances
and a display of the native dress
of the men and women (the spark
ling poller and colorful montuna
and montuno) wuipc scheduled.
Those interested in joining the
class are requested to register at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center. The telephone
number is Balboa 1072.
Times' Sands Run
Stork Raving Mad
MIAMI, Oct. 2 (UP) Elmer
Parker, who became a grandfath
er last week at the age of 25, be
came a father today tor tne nrsi
time.
Parker's stepdaughter, Mrs. Ima
Jean Kilpatrick, 17, gave birth to
a girl last Friday. And late
Wednesday night, his 33-year-old
wife, Hazel, had twins, making
Elmer a father five days after he
became a grandfather.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Harry r. Cranfleld. Plaintiff vs. Fran-
.. .. I A I'. .... t
cea E. uraniieia, ucienaam. wwuw wwuw-Case
Case wwuw-Case No. 4401. Civil Docket 21. AcUon
of -divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety "ays
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken a -against
you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint
Witness the Honorable Guthrie r.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this October 24, 195S.
C. T. McCeekmlck, tt.
Clerk.
(Seal)-
By Lois K. Harrison
Deputy Clerk.
ToJFrances E. Cranfield:
The fancolne lummons la served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie
Crowe, Judge, United States DWriei
fnr (h. mi-t t th. f..Mi zone.
dated October ll, Itse, and enter1 and
mefl in this action in the office of
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
- October II 1956
1 c. t. MrCockmirk, Jr
Clerk
By Una E. Harrows
Deputy Clerk.

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Orange Bowl To
For 2 Low-rated
By FRANK EIDGE JR.
MIAMI (UP'- There was a
time when $440,000 would buy a
whale of a football bowl game, but
the Orange Bowl committee real real-iezd
iezd real-iezd today it would be paying that
much next Jan. 1 for, two low low-rated
rated low-rated teams.
The NCTrTBuTY' be
the 'off year" under the Orange
Bowl's tieup with the Atlantic
Coast and Big Seven conferences.
And it- may turn into such an
"off year" as to spell an end to
the pact when it expires after the
1958 game.
Under Big Seven nils, Oklaho Oklahoma,
ma, Oklahoma, the perennial conference
champ, cannot rturn to Miami
two years in a row. The Sooners
beat Maryland in last New Year's
tussle. That means the Big Seven
will furnish its second-rated team
and, by national standards, that
outfit may even be third rate.
The ACC still will send its
champion, but its teams have had
great fun so far this season losing
to each other and particularly to
teams outside their conference
Couldn't Match Sooner
Van C. Kussrow, past president
of the Orange Bowl Committee
who lined up the original Big
Seven-ACC pact three years ago
commented "It's just as well Ok
lahoma can't come back next Jan
uary; we wouldn t have anyone to
match them
But Kussrow quickly added that
"We've had so-called 'third-rate
teams in the past who have pro produced
duced produced a top ball game." He re referred
ferred referred particularly to a thrice thrice-beaten
beaten thrice-beaten Texas team that trounced

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Teams Jan. 1
high-ranked Georgia 41-28 in the
1949 game.
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Orange Bowl representative is
most likely to be the winner of
Thursday's South Carolina Clem Clem-son
son Clem-son clash in the annual Bic Thurs-
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Hurr
tors already have rubbed some of
the luster off both teams.
Miami beat South Carolina 14-8
and stands a fair chance of giving
Clemson the same treatment in a
game here Nov. 16. Florida tied
Clemson 20-20, although the under underdog
dog underdog Tigers gained some stature in
that contest and still have an un undefeated
defeated undefeated record going.
Lack-luster Game in 1955 j
Nebraska's inept showing
against Duke 'in the 1955 Orange
Bowl as the Big-Seven runner-up
to Oklahoma still lingers fresh in
the minds of committee members
as they look westward this season.
So far, Colorado has the only
good record, losing only to Oregon
in five games, barring powerful
Oklahoma. But the Buffaloes still
must meet Oklahoma, Nebraska
and Missouri.
Trie situation brought renorts
this week that the 54 members of
the Orange Bowl committee are
now 90 per cent in favor of drop dropping
ping dropping the Big Seven AAC pact
when it expires in 1958.
Although members would not
talk for publication, they privately
admitted they favor an attempt to
land the Southeasern Conference
champion each year, hen deal for
an opponent in the open market.
ass a decisive

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Pope Pius Warns
Middle Class Of
Heavy Taxation
CASTEL GANDOLFO, Itlly.
Oct. 3d (UP) Pope Piui XII
warned today that too heavy taxa taxation
tion taxation may choke the middle classes
and destroy economic and politi political
cal political balance.
"The countlres where the mid middle
dle middle classes are too small and too
weak are exposed to the gravest
and moit violent political excess excesses,"
es," excesses," he said.
Re spoke at hit rammer resi-

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tariat proletariat on the other has led
to "regulations and institutions
which too often leave aside an

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Read siary on page 6
mN iHLhUMT l He daily newspaper
Sanama American
'Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe Abraham Lincoln
32nd TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 86, 1956
FIVE awn

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P?rB E,

THE SEVENTH POINT End Curtis Jefferies (13) did catch that pass. It was good for the point after touchdown In-the
first period of last night's Balboa-Athletic Club game at Balboa Stadium and came from the talented arm of quarterback
Arnold Manning. AC won, 20-0. The player dashing over a little late is OWen Sutherland (43). (Tom Thompson Photo)

BHS String Ends;
AC'S 20-0 Triumph
Mars Clean Slate
Peel some woe for the next op
nnnent of the Balboa BulldoEs.
For the Bulldogs are going to
nla wito blood in their eyes-
blood brought to surface last night
hv the Afhlptir Club and their 20-
ictory at Balboa Stadium. The
Balboa loss cost BHS an li-game
domination of the local football
niri ii rp
WMiri Tuttlo. a rhinoceros llko
ruflnar, and Arnold Manning,
quarterback with doop freoxe
motion, aro mostly rotponsiblt.
The two ACars poorod it on and
rubbed it in with Hi minor
twlp of loos ballhandling by
.
Tuttlo scored twice, onco in
al. lrt anartar and latar in
Mm third poriod. Bort Joyeo
.1.4 nur tarkla an tha last
.! af the lint auartar for tha
MtkmJ nointar.
Balboa, which only had posses
sion of the ball for 10 plays m ine
ir half, stiffened somewhat in
U inrl half TfOllble iS. SO
1149 Kkvuu -- m .J
j:j if i ha matter of defense.
VW 111 HIV ...
Balboa gained only 57 yards for
the whole game.
nut nvar damn HBlDOa
guirau vviv 1
c.ji.. ma? ahmit inn fans, sit-
huriHle sized groups Of
viii&
kAMno considerably to their
ua BS the fact that a Balboa
team had not been shutout since
Miami's Jackson High did it In
1983.
(Details are on the Sports
Pace).
Japanese Holdout
Slashes Throat
When Captured
MANILA, Oct. 26 (UP) -One of
group of fanatic Japanese noia noia-outs
outs noia-outs from World War II slashed
his throat in despair wnen ne wis
captured by pmnppine troops, uie
arrnu rdnnrljvi today.
. aw iuj ,- ...
The straggler, identified as Lim
tChio Tan, a Formosan dranee in
i the wartime Japanese army, tried
ltd kill himself with a home-made
Jaar when seized in me moun mountains
tains mountains of Mindoro.
t Another 40 to SO stragglers are
Iwdmg in the mountains. Efforts
er being stepped up to per persuade
suade persuade them to come out and sur sur-ler
ler sur-ler peacefully.
Tie holdouts apparently believe
that Japan still is at war with
ttw United States.
Boot Leave Out
At Parris Isle
P ARRIS ISLAND, S C. Oct. 26 26-(UP
(UP 26-(UP Boot leave will become a
thing of the past at this Marine
Com recruit training center aft
er Bpv. l.
Officials announced yesterday
" i i i i .1 t ..'I, j,..
vnar un uiai uaie uir ujsr win uu-
continue the practice of giving the,
traditional 10-day leaves for re
cruits on completion of their "boot
training
Bftead the trainees will be
shipped directly to Camp Lejeun.
Weather Or Not
This woartMr report, for the 24
beam noma 8 a.m., today, is art art-paraa
paraa art-paraa ay tha Mcttorological ami
Hydro-rapHit Branch of Hit Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
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ROADBLOCKER Raul Barbara (44), Balboa halfback, Is halted on the Athletic Club 35 35-yard
yard 35-yard line in the fourth quarter of the AC-Balboa game last night. Barbara got the ball
when the Rams punted to him and he went upfleid some 15 yards when center Tony Dyer
made his knockdown rppearance. (Darrell Blaess Photo)

j

ITS NO GOOD Carl Tuttle (12) AthleticClub halfback, almost had this -third quarter
pass; but Balboa's Charles French (45) and' George Barbier (48) distracted him enough to
prevent the completion. AC didn't need it, though. They won, 20-0. (Darren Blaess photo)

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FIRST TOUCHDOWN Carl Tuttle is4 has Just scored a
mst-qnarter teedee for the Athletic Club to last night's game
at Balboa' Hyjh School. Owan.uUiorland (48) made a too too-late
late too-late tackle while Curtis Jefferies (13) moves over to do some some-thing
thing some-thing -i congratulate Tuttle. in this case. Tuttle later scored
another. (Tom Thompson Photo)

3y

Navy Develops New A-Depth Charge
To Destroy Submarines Miles Away

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP) A
top Navy admiral confirmed to today
day today that the Navy has developed
an atomic depth charge that' can
destroy submarines miles from the
point of explosion.
The new atomic weapon, which
has been hinted at before by Navy
officials is called 'Lulu."
Vice Adm. W. V. Pavis Jr dep deputy
uty deputy chief of Naval Ooperations for
air, disclosed the existence of
"Lulu" in an extemporaneous talk
beforo an aviation writers group.
His speech had not been cleared
in advance for security by the De Defense
fense Defense Department, and it touched
off a flurry of hurried telephone
calls between top Defense and
Navy officials.
in outlining the Navy's anti antisubmarine
submarine antisubmarine warfare capabilities,
Davis said the Navy also has
"Lulu,." which, be said, is an
atomic weapon that is very effec effective.
tive. effective. Its killing power, be said, is
measured in miles instead of the
vards of the conventional depth
fhaTge. Fuftiermore, he said, the
weapon can descend to a consider-
.abfe depth.
I Navy Secretary Charlts S.

Adlai, Keef Strike

In Attacking 'Betrayal' of Farmers

LANCASTER. Pa., Oct.
(UP) Sen. Bates Kefauver (D
Tenn.) charged today that the
Republicans, including Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, have thrown
"a smokescreen of confusion"
around the issue of stewing
the hydrogen superbomb test
"If we permit the confusion
spread by Nixon, Dewey and
even President Eisenhower him himself
self himself to confuse the voters on
this' question," Kefauver said.
"then we may see a continuing
and accelerating armament race
Fuerza y
(Continued
"We are jealous of the fact
thai, we do have the facilities to
give excellent service and it, is
our lull intention to maintain
these high standards and grow
as the city grows.
"Only by meeting the de demands
mands demands of the pnbHe can we,
take our position in the com community
munity community and be instrumental in
its development.'
Oglesby went on to give the
following summary of his com company's
pany's company's plans for the near fu future:
ture: future: "A few days we announced in
the local newspapers that plans
are being completed and work
has begun on the installation of
a new 7500 kw electric generat
ing plant to be completed and
in operation in the early part of
1958.
."At the present time we have
two eledtric plants in Panama
with a total capacity of 22,750
kw, Of this total, 12,000 kw have
been installed to provide our
own source of power which was
up until then being purchased
from the Canal Zone. This shows
the growth which has taken
place.
"On the basis of this experi
ence and extensive studies of
our engineers we find that by
Tanya To Russia?
Curtain Of Quiet
Prevents Answers
LONDON, Oct.' 26 UP) A
young American mother trying to
prevent her -year-old daughter
Tanya from being taken to Rus
sia by the child's father slipped
behind an iron curtain of silence
today.
Lawyers representing Mrs. Ele Elena
na Elena Diacsoc, 23, of Detroit, Mich.,
said that "no information will be
given about this case." The U.S.
embassy said it is not concerned
with the affair and declined any
comment.
Mrs. C i a c t o c arrived here
Wednesday from New York to
fight for legal custody of Tanya.
Tanya's 58-year-old. Russian-born
father Alexel Chwastov wants to
take ber back to the Soviet Un
ion.
Tanya temporarily has been
made a ward of the state in Eng England
land England as a result of a court appli application
cation application made on behalf of the
mother. But there must be a fur
ther bearing to settle her status.
She has been living in London in
the Russian embassy since she ar arrived
rived arrived here with her father Oct. 9.
Thomas hinted at the atomic
depth charge last spring when he
told a Senate Armed Services sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee that the Navy had a
weapon that would "revolutionize"
anti-submarine warfare.
The effects of an underwater
atomic explosion were tested in
"Operation Wigwam," conducted
by the Atomic Energy Commission
in the Pacific Ocean last year.
Davis said the weapon was so
powerful that a ship would have
to h. ave a throwing mechanism to
get the depth charge far away be before
fore before it exploded.
In his off-the-cuff remarks, Da Davis
vis Davis gave no indication that "Lulu"
has gone into operation use with
the fleet.
Adm. Arlelgh A. Burke men mentioned
tioned mentioned a new type of depth
bomb" in a speech at Newport
News, Va. last Sept. 29. He said
it would make enemy submarine
operations "hazardous indeed.''
It is known that the Navy's
foremost experts on effects of un underwater
derwater underwater explosions participated
in Operation Wigwam last year.
The i)omari-ejtptOwed m that test!
was a highly modernized version
of the old World War II A-bomb
used in the 1846 Bikini tost.

culminating in a global war and
followed by dark age from
which mankind may never
emerge."
The Vice Presidential candi candidate
date candidate switched from the farm to
the H-bomb issue with his start
of a one-day swing through
southeastern Pennsylvania.

Last night, he teamed up with
Adlal E. Stevenson In Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, 111., to attack the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration's "betray "betrayal"
al" "betrayal" of the farmers.
Both received an enthusiastic
Luz's Plans
from Pago 1
the year 1958 our present capa capacity
city capacity will no longer meet the
needs and therefore we are an anticipating
ticipating anticipating this by Initiating now
the new InstallaJtion of 7500 kw,"
he went on.
"Our plans and studies are
being revised from time to
time and there is ind'eation
that Ft may be necessary to be begin
gin begin construction of still an another
other another plant before the year
1958 to meet the needs after'
that date.
"We now have two telephone
exchanges to serve, approxi approximately
mately approximately 14,000 subscribers. More
facilities will soon be needed.
Plans are being completed for
the construction of a third ex exchange
change exchange to be completed the lat latter
ter latter part of 1957, in addition,
equipment will be ordered to in increase
crease increase the capacity of existing
exchanges."
This will be the exchange at
Rio Abajo.
Molfher Obsequies
Awail Arrival
Of Sen From U. S.
Funeral services for Frank R.
Moither, retired 'Panama Canal
engineer who died at Dorcas
Hospital at 5:10 p.m. yesterday.
have been deferred pending
word from his son Frank A. Moi Moither
ther Moither who resides in the United
States.
Mr. Moither. who was 63 years
old on Oct. 15. had resided for
more than 27 years on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Sinnce his retirement from
the Canal organization In Octo October
ber October 1955, he had been living near
Las Cumbres.
A native of Syracuse, N. Y..
Mr. Moither joined the Canal or organisation
ganisation organisation in 1935 and served in
the Engineering Division as
structural draftsman, architect
designed and structural engi engineer.
neer. engineer. In 1953 he transferred to
the plant inventory and apprai appraisal
sal appraisal staff and at the time of his
retirement was employed as gen general
eral general engineer on that staff.
Before he was employed by
the Canal, he had worked on en engineering
gineering engineering projects in Honduras,
Colombia, Chile and Panama. He
was employed several years for
the U.S. Army Quartermaster
Corps as architect in charge of
design in the Canal Zone.
He was a member of the Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts States Association of
Architects, the American Socie Society
ty Society of Civil Engineers. Panama
Section: and the American In Institute
stitute Institute of Architects. He wss a
member of the Onion Club in
Panama for many years.
Surviving him are his wife.
Mrs. Josefa Moither: his son:
an adopted daughter, Marta, of
Las Cumbres.
Germ ism Repeats
Sue, Sou, Sioux
MOSCOW, Oct. n fUP) The
Soviet magarina Military Knowl
edwe acused the American Armv
todav of emnlovinr bacterMoirical
warfare while fiehtine the Indians
bar in the lth Century.
The maearine, a monthlv mif mif-tanr
tanr mif-tanr and civil defen mtbiication.
id Arnerican oldiers infected
the Indians with smalloox and
other diseases and ''d this as an
indication that the U.S. Army has
Haen uslne bacteriological weapons
"for a long tune."
""inpcc.
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Oct. 26
(UP) William F. Strasburger
has resorted to court action to stop
tha ritv from trvino rn anllaat a
$545 bill for lowering the sidewalk
in rroni oi ms store.
Strasbureer claims tha street al
teration raised the height of his
doorstep and as a result unwary
customers coma sprawling into his
store.

Political

reception from more than 5,000
at a "Farm Day" rally.
Kefauver was clearly at his
best. Farmers at the rally
cheered, and booed the Repub Republicans.
licans. Republicans. And Stevenson, after a dinner
conference with his running
mate, announced that Wafanavr
would team up with chairman
Allen Ellender (D-Miss.) and
Harold Cooley (D-N.C.) of the
Senate and HOU AcrrlfllUnra
committees to tackle the farm
problem immediately after Nov.
6 if the Democrats are elected.
Stevenson and Kefauver also
discussed the H-bomb issue.
Both believe "there is grow growing
ing growing anxiety that N'xon might
one day be the man to make
the decision a boot the H H-bomb,"
bomb," H-bomb," a spokesman for the
two candidates said after the
dinner meeting.
Crushed!
rn i mil, vranr, vrc. ea V ur ;
Robert Thompson learned a 16-year-old
girl had stolen his recent recently
ly recently purchased 1916 Ford and snlri it
to a junk dealer for $5.
The dealer smashed up the rare
antique auto before Thompson
couk, rescue it.

Britain Offers Scholarships
For 2 Panamanian Engineers

The Federation of British In In-dusties
dusties In-dusties is this year offering two
scholarships to Panama.
One is a two-year scholarship
for recently graduated engineers
and is financed wholly from the
Federation's scholarship fund.
The other scholarship is for
qualified engineers desiring a
shorter course of specialised
training, and the student is ex expected
pected expected to pay a contribution to towards
wards towards his maintenance.
Four further scholarships art
also being offered to countries
in Latin America by the Fed Federation
eration Federation of Brit sh Industries
in conjunction with the Brit British
ish British Council.
These scholarships are Intend Intended
ed Intended for full or part-time Univer Univer-sitv
sitv Univer-sitv nrofeasorx and lecturers In
engineering subjects, and involve
a tfiay of 20 months in Britain,
during which time the scholar
will receive In months academic
training at a University or sen
ior Technical institution and 10
months practical training in in
dustry.
The scholarship include main
tenance, but the scholars will
he resDonsihle for navine their
own fares to and from Britain.
Applications for all these
scholarships are now being re received
ceived received for the 1957-1958 acade academic
mic academic year and particulars can
be obtained from the Univer University
sity University of Panama, the Society of
Engineers and Architects and
the British Embassy in Pana-
The Federation of British In
dustries, a voluntary association
of manufacturing firms In Great
Britain, operates a scheme to
provide scholarships for grad graduate
uate graduate engineering students to
further their studies in Britain
and obtain specialized training
and practical experience In
British industry.
No fewer than 50 young engi engineers
neers engineers from the Latin American
countries have attended practi practical
cal practical engineering courses in Brit
Lt. Gen. Pick Better
B'it Still Critical
FT. BENNING, Ga. Oct. 26 -(UP)
- Lt. Gen. Lewis A. Pick
(Ret.), Alabama industrial devel devel-onment
onment devel-onment director and former chief
of the Armv E"?ine"xs, was re reported
ported reported imnroved today but still
critically ii following an abdomi abdomi-n
n abdomi-n operation.
The builder of the famd Tjr
Road from Burma to China in
World War n "nderwept an er er-oloratory
oloratory er-oloratory ooeration at the Army
Infantry Trainine Center b-e
ooerat'on a we"k aco, and has
since been on te critics-' "t.
A hosoital spokesman said Pink,
66, of Auburn, Ala., eemed im
proved this morrnnf after a good
night's rest but was still onsid onsid-ered
ered onsid-ered in serious condition. He ws
able to continue et,tin up three
t;mes daily for brief walks around
his hosBritBl fofym
The Army has not disclosed de details
tails details of what was described si s
major operation.

Oil

In remarks prepared for de delivery
livery delivery at a noon rallv here tr.
fauver said, "I hope that the
Republican candidates will stop
thinkine Of this only In terms of
a political issue and start think-
i la i
wg oi ii, in terms of survival oi
all our people."
Pianist Gieseking
Dies In London
LONDON, ct. 28 (UP) Fam Famed
ed Famed German Dianist Walter w i.
helm Gieseking died in a London
hospital during the night. He was
60 years old.
His death was confirmed earfy
this morning by a spokesman at
St. Mary's Hospital, London.
Gieseking. who achieved world
feme as a concert Dianist. was
born m Lyons, France, Nov. 5,
1895. Both his parents were Ger German.
man. German. Although he began to play the
piano at the youthful aep of u
years, he had no regular musical
training until be was 16. At that
age he began studying with Karl
Leimar at the Hanover Municipal
Conservatory.
ain under this scholarship
scheme.
Marry letters of appreciation
have been received by the Fed Federation
eration Federation of British Industries
from students on their return
home emphasizing the benefit
they had gained from their
training.
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