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

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THE MARVELOUS
CARIOCA CAPITAL!
AN INDEPENDENT
DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama
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Let the people know the truth and the country is safe ibraham Lincoln.
32nd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, MM
FTVI CENT

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I CANADIAN WHISKY I

Hungarians Ignore Amnesty Offers

Rebels Hold Control
Of Russianless Area,
Revolt Colonel Says

By KURT

MAGYAR OVAR. Hungary. Oct. 27 (UP).

.ti.Communit rbls

where there are no Russians," leaders of the revolt said
today.
"We are fighting only the Russians," a rebel colonel
told this correspondent when he arrived here from Aus Aus-tria.
tria. Aus-tria. "The Hungarian army is either with us or neutral.

The AVH (saoret police)
The colonel refused to give his
name.
rwovar Ovar It a Hungarian
border town, 18 miles from tne
Austrian border checkpoint at
N1?A Hungarian,, be
lieved to bels PPred in
Nlckelsdorf yesterday and ap appealed
pealed appealed for ambulances and sup supplies
plies supplies to relieve what they de de-5ed
5ed de-5ed as a "catastrophic" med-
TS-at least 70 persons
had been killed and 200 wound wounded
ed wounded in the town In lighting that
was still underway). -WWe
have national councils
governing the towns of Gyoer,
onri Komoron in west-
Mfa?as we know, from the
few messengers we have been .-ble
ble .-ble to get through to southern
Hungary, we also are in control
there,"
All government forces and of officials
ficials officials in the area between Mag Magyar
yar Magyar Ovar and the Austrian bor border
der border have gone over to the reb rebels
els rebels Frontier guards tore the"B
Star out of the center of the
Meany Will Visit
Zone Unions Here
On November Trip
An Isthmian spokesman for the
VoHorotinn of State,
County and Municipal Employes,
AFL-CIO stated that word hs
been received from Washington to
the effect that AFL-CIO President
George Meany will meet with lo local
cal local union officials during his visit
to Panama between November 25
and 28. ..
Thl, will bo weeny's first visit
to Latin America. Ho plans to
visit four South American Re Republics
publics Republics and Panama.
Inaddition, the AFSCME spokes spokesman
man spokesman pointed out that the interna international
tional international union's Canal Zone opera opera-tios
tios opera-tios will now fall under the direct
supervision of International Secre Secretary
tary Secretary (Treasurer Gordon Chapman
and Thomas Morgan, Director of
Organization.
Milton.Murray who was until re-
.1.. j;, In rharffp of LSnai
Zone non-citizen ianor """;."
now serving as Administrative
Vice President of the newly merg merged
ed merged federation.
Locals 000, 007 and the AFSCME,
AFLCIO international representa representative
tive representative on the Isthmus will immedi immediately
ately immediately start to report to Chapman
and Morgan. As a result of theje theje-cent
cent theje-cent merger, a new set of interna international
tional international officers will now be involv involved
ed involved with the Isthmian operation a a-mong
mong a-mong non-cltaen workers of the
Company Government and tne
Armed Forces.
Commie Upheavals
To Moscow 'Soon?
PARK, Oct. 27 (UP) French
Foreign Minister Christian Pmeau
said today the Communist satel satellite
lite satellite upheavals soon wrll spread to
the Soviet Union.
"The end of the Stalin god myth
tirmiffht t.he nresent events in the
satellite countries and I am sure
it will bring, the same tning in
Russia," he told the Foreign
Press Association.
Pinean said in answer to a fllMS-
tion thai France is ready to talk
with Great Britain and the United
States about the possibility of
bringing Russia's military inter
vention in Hungary and r otana to
xe United Nations if it receives
a request. However, there has as
yet been no such suggeston, he
said.

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NEUBAUER

Hun-
are in control of "all areas
are aeaa or arresteu.
red, white and green Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian flag, and have stripped
red stars from their mtt'tary
caps.
"The revolt Is a spontaneous
demonstration of the hatred of
the Hungarian people for the
Soviets and their Hungarian
Communist stooges," the colonel
said.
"We are collecting; our forces
and volunteers for an attack
on the Soviets in Budapest, so
we can help our beleaguered
comrades there. We have
many thousands of volunteers
coming forward to join os.
"We will send messengers to
Austria to ask- the Americans
and other westerners to help us
For Barro Croups
V
The office of the Canal Zone
Biological Area announces reduc reduction
tion reduction in rates for groups of visitors
to Barro Colorado Island during
the remainder of the wet season.
For the launch trio from Friio-
1 t ft the island Oiiiripri fnrest
tour, lunch, and the evening boat
ride back to f moles, the normal
charge is S3 per person. From
nnnr until tlpcprnhpr 1.4 a discount
of 50 cents per person win be al
lowed for parties oi 10 or more
persons. Those who bring their
nwn lunch will Ha allowed an ad
ditional SO cent discont. Thus mem
bers of large groups which bring
picnic lunch may enjoy a trip to
Barro Colorado for only two dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Visitors are welcome on Bajrro
Colorado very Saturday and Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Those wishing to go must
make arrangements witn tne 01 01-flce
flce 01-flce before noon of the previous
dv. The office is located in Build
ing 5145, opposite the clubhouse
at Diablo Heignts ipnone t-ewi.
I Know You!
VILA REAL DE SANTO AN-
TflKTrt Pnrtuffal. Oct. 21 iVf
Police were well acquainted with
two ourglars they caught ransack ransacking
ing ransacking a house here.
Tho twn were inmates of the lo
cal' jail who confessed performing
several burglaries oy sneasing oui
of their cells at night and return returning
ing returning before daybreak.

HI AAA VUi A1V iWt X fcVUVU.

Five Canal Zone Youths In Court
Charged With Disorderly Conduct

Vila an tA11Taw 7nnians who D-
Qrnriv nhlected to the datitiK
of two Balboa girls by a pair of
Albrook airmen, were naiea in into
to into Balboa Court yesterday and
charged with disorderly con
duct.
Trial of the five wentmea
a .Tnaenh D. Chalmers. 18. bis
brother, James, 16, Charles E.
wlbie, jr., zi, nis oroiner juuu
r., 19, and Louis R. Reyes, 17
on the disorderly conduct cnarge
was postponed until Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
However, the elder Chalmers
lad was tried and found guilty
of reckless driving. He was fined
$15 and sentenced tp ten days in
jail, suspended for one year.
The disorderly conduct charg charges
es charges grew out Of a ruckus provoked
by the quintet Thursday night
when airmen' William fl. Wad Wad-del,
del, Wad-del, 20, and James R. Downs, 19,
accompanied by two more air
men friends brouaht the eirls
they had dated back to their
Balboa homes in Downs' auto automobile
mobile automobile 4fter attending a football
game at Balboa Stadium.
The five vnunir Amrimns
were waiting outside the home
01 one 01 ne gins, susan k.
Taylor.i when the airmen arriv arrived
ed arrived and allegedly attacked them
as they got out of the car. A

Singapore Riots

Involve Chinese
British Militia'
SINGAPORE, .Oct. 27 (UP)-r...nmnit.-UH
rhinpse mobs to
LUIUIIluiii.v avw
day battled police in the streets
nt this Rrit.Kh crown colony fOT
r'n zpennil straight day.
Police said 7 persons had been
killed, all Chinese, and 70 injured,
6 of then British, Forty-nine per persons
sons persons were arrested.
Polks opened f iro several
itmts to stop tho mobs in soot
Hon to throwing tear fas. Thty
said their bullets accounted for
iitt 17 of tho wounded.
Roval Air Force helicopters
imvrrnd overhead dropping tear
tux nn mob- that ground police
thH trmihle rlisDersine.
Singapore was unaer mamai
law. in effect, but not by proclam
ation. Br;us:i army ana navy
units stood by ready to nelp if
nwrled Some British troops were
doing guard duty at strategic
ooints and helping raainia.n rota
hliirki.
The ii)ts started yesterday it
the end oi a government aeaaune
.. l i i:
fnr the evacuation of the Citv's
Chinese high schools by Commun
ist-led students.
The students, who had occupied
school rrounds for nearly two
weeks, eefied the order. Chinese
Communist trade union members
joined them when the violence
started.
As di t fell the rioters ap appeared
peared appeared tv be concentrating, on
hit-run attacks en swllcle sta
SSrtffSSTf
Urn, ordmr.
Moro than 30 vehicles, seme of
them police truacks, wore ever ever-turned
turned ever-turned and burned.
Roval Navv buses earrvins sail
ers to the great Singapore naval
base were stoned.
Other groups attacked govern
ment offices in downtown Singa
pore but were driven off by mili military
tary military guards armed with machine
guns.
More than 1,000 policemen were
flown in from the Federation of
Malaya.
Rioters burned the eighth dis district
trict district police court, opposite the
Central Pnline Station and heat.
Chinese passersby who refused to
join them.
All airports near Singapore
were ropfrted warned to halt in international
ternational international flif hts if tho riots
worsened.
The student-sparked riots cul culminated
minated culminated a long, inte:.sive cam campaign
paign campaign by Communist agitators
and infiltrators to seize control of
the labor g o v e r n m e n t and
put Singapore under Communist
Chinese control.
Chief Minister Lim Yew Hock
struck this effort a vital blow re recently
cently recently when it banished several
Red educators and union leaders
to Red China, dissolved seven or organizations
ganizations organizations and arrested nearly a
score of left-wing leaders.
brief free for all ensued before
policemen called to the scene
broke ft up and arrested the
participants.
The two airmen said they were
accosted by the group when
they were leaving the game
with Miss Taylor and Marjorie
Jvpimann anri indulged In a ver
bal exchange which was follow
ed by tne rocKing and Kicking
of Downs' locked car by the
group of Zonlans.
Later after the airmen ana
their dates left the area of the
(radium and headed for Albrook.
they were trailed by the Canal
Zone youths witn tne oiaer
Chalmers youth driving his own
car.
The airmen said they were
trailed for almost an hour until
they entered Albrook.
During the time Chalmers and
his buddies followed the two
couples, Downs said Chalmers
bumped Into the back of the
airman's car and at one time
cut sharply in front of him,
causing him to stop. Downs said
he backed up smd headed in the
opposite direction, but was soon
ie ne ionowea aeain ny me
group in Chalmers' car.
Ali five were- told tor return
Monday for trial, accompanied
iy their parents.

Two PC 60-Cycle Generators
Go Into Operation at Gatun

Two 60-cycle generating units,
the first major power plant units
to be completed under the Pan
ama Canal Co. s power conver conversion
sion conversion brolect. were placed In reg
ular operation at the Gatun hy
droelectric station last wees. 4
third generator is scheduled for
completion next week and a
fourth in approximately tnree
months.
The conversion of customer
and company owned electrical
eauloment has been under way
for several months, but previ
ously 60-cycle power was sup supplied
plied supplied from a frequency changer
at the Aeua Clara diesel station.
The completion of these first
two generating units under
three separate contracts In ad addition
dition addition to work by Panama Canal
Co. forces. Is another milestone
in the power conversion pro
eram.
The generators, their auxilia
ry equipment, and new govern governors
ors governors for the existing hydraulic
turbines were furnished and In Installed
stalled Installed bv the General Electric
Co. These generators differ from
the 42-yenr-old generators tney
are replacing in that they are
totally enclosed and cooled by
heat exchangers instead of be being
ing being open; and are provided with
the necessary auxiliaries and
protective devices which will
permit unattended operation
jnd remote control irom a. cen cen-ral
ral cen-ral dispatching office on the
Pacific side of the Isthmus.
The new control switchboard
for the hydroelectric station Was
furnished and installed oy
8ommer of Balboa and c
itXMt controls.
Uv relays and orovlsion for re
mote operation of all generating
units, the main power trans transformers,
formers, transformers, outgoing 44,000 vol
transmission lines and the 8900
volt feeders which serve the Ga Gatun.
tun. Gatun. Fort Sherman and Fort
Davis areas, ft was manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured bv General Electric and rep
resents the last word in modern
automatic control equipment.
The new power transformers
station service transformers,
grounding transformers, the
hieh volttsre and low voltage
switchgeaf and rehabilitation of
power plant building, incoming
the construction of an air-conditioned
flourescent lighted con control
trol control room, were all provided by
the 8achee International Corp.,
of Lake Charles. La. The trans transformers
formers transformers and switchgear were
manufactured by the Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Co.
Removal and scrapping of the
old generator, overhaul and re rebuilding
building rebuilding of the water-driven
turbines, providing of prbtec prbtec-tion.
tion. prbtec-tion. temporary services, and
Political Young'uR
Writes GOP Veteran
mcmTOATE. Mass., Oct. 27
(UP) An old Republican re received
ceived received a letter today from a
"comparative youngster in
politics. , ,&!:
The letter to 97-year-old Charles
Carter noted that he had been
voting the GOP ticket since 1S8L
Then it said:
"As a comparative youngster in
politics, may I thank you for your
intention to carry the record OX
step forward on Nov. 0."
The letter was signed: "Dwigbt
David Elsenhower."

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Potter Confident Zonians Will

Confidence that the residents of
the Canal Zone would meet their,
CIVIC
respo.isiniiiiies ana uurmg
the npxt twn weeks Varrv the C'a
nal Zone Community Chest drive
over the top, was expressed yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon by Gov. Potter
at the "kick-off" meeting held in
the Balboa Theater.
Potter explained the benefits of
a united drive for a common
community fund and warned that
the aeencies represented by the
Community Chest would be unable
to do a good job this year unless
the campaign was a success.
Lt. Gov. H. W. Schull, Jr.,
who also spoke at tho rally, urg urged
ed urged tho people of tho Canal Zone
to contribute "150 per cent" to
the drive which ho termed the
Democratic way of supporting
necessary community activities.
Both Poter and Schull were two
of the sneakers appearing before
an enthusiastic -budience of Canal
Zone residents and some 600 "key
men" from throughout the Canal
Zone whj met hi Balboa to obatain
complete information on tbe an-
nual Community Chest drive which
will continue for the next two

facilities, design, inspection and
coordination was all done by
Panama Canal forces.

All of this work has been car
ried out In a plant which had to
be kept In continuous operation
and in close proximity to ener
gized nigh voltage circuits where
a single mistake could have re-
suited in loss of life or a maior
plant power failure.
Credit for the fact that there
has been no major shut down or
accident is given to the contrac contractors,
tors, contractors, operating and Inspection
personnel who carried out the
project With complete coopera cooperation
tion cooperation and mutual understanding
and competent workmanship.

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WHERE HUNDREDS DIED Closeun newsmap of Budapest,
Hungary, locates important buildings and strategic points
where demonstrators rioted against Communist rule.

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WAITING FOR NEWS Reporters wait' at this Austro-Hungarian border point In Nlckels Nlckelsdorf
dorf Nlckelsdorf Austria, to interview eyewitnesses to the bloody uprising which raged throughout Buda Budapest'
pest' Budapest' A German engineer who left the Hungarian capital said that fighting was still going
on He estimated that 2,000 to 3,000 persons have been killed.

weeks in the Canal Zone.
Schull, who is chairman
of the
Governor's Council for Voluntary
Giving, also outlined the method
and gave detailed instructions re
garding the campaign to tne Key Key-men"
men" Key-men" who will carry tne Commu Community
nity Community Chest appeal for funds into
every part of the Canal Zone Zone-Arnold
Arnold Zone-Arnold Hodgson, executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the Balboa YMCA and
chairman of the 1956 Community
Chest campaign, pointed out that
the drive could be a success only
if everyone took part and said that
a" contribution from every employe
would be an insurance of success
Thoma H. Sellers, chairman of
the Communisty Chest board of di
rectors, acted as presiding chair
man of the meeting and introduc
ed the speakers.
In addition to Potter and Schull,
representatives of several agencies
outlined the needs of their organiza organizations
tions organizations and gave an idea of the use
made of the funds received from
the Community Chest fund. Talks
were made by Byron Cox, repre-
sentine the Boy Scouts; Mai. De-
borah Rice, of the Salvation Ar
mv: Co Arden Bennett, repre
seating the Canal Zone USO and

Budapest Described

As City Of

VIENNA, Oct 27 (UP) The Communist Hungarian regimein a desperate bid
to crush the mushrooming anti-Red rebellion, ordered loyal Soviet and Hungarian
troops today to fire "instantly" on groups of more than three civilians. It warned all
persons to remain indoors.
The rebels ignored government offers of amnesties and continued fighting. They
held the upper hand in western Hungary and were reported in control of entire, prov provinces
inces provinces in the north and south.
Radio Budapest broadcasts indicated that fighting in the city streets was heavy.

Put Chest' Drive Over Top

Jewish Welfare Board; Wesley
Townsend of the Civic Councils;
Ed Ford of the International Boy
Couts and Miss A. McFarlane of
the Internation Girl Scouts.
During tho meeting, a skit on
tho various activities in which 1
the Cirl Scouts participated, was
given by a representative group
under the direction of Mrs. Wes Wesley
ley Wesley Townsend.
Following a short talk by Major
Rice, five members of the organi organization
zation organization gave a tamborine drill.
A partial list of solicitors engag engaged
ed engaged in this year's campaign follows:
Governor-president's office H.
L. Anderson, F. L. Denton and W W-L.
L. W-L. De la Mater, M. R. Podblelski,
W. S. Wigg, R. E. Bechk, W. E
tBrun, W. B. Walker, D. R. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, G A. Black, Jr.. J. B. Cof Coffey,
fey, Coffey, V R. Archibold, J. E. Brath Brath-waite,
waite, Brath-waite, H. Lewis.
Personnel Bureau Loren B.
Burnham, Frank Naughton, Mrs.
K. Miller, Mrs. Elsa Bailey, Mrs.
Virginia Gordon. William D. Kll-
gallen, Mrs. Virginia Gordon,
John Eastman
Office of the Comptroller Kath
leen M. McGuigan, JODn E. risn
er, Russell E. George, Kenneth R

One broadcast said the radio station was being bo
eigned but It was not known whether it referred to the
mair) studio or the emergency station used early in the
revolt.
Returning travelers described Budapest as a "city
of horror." There were so many dead, they said, Soviet
troops wore dumping bodies into the Danube river or

throwing them into cellars.
The fifth day of the bloody
civil war which flared Tuesday
In Budapest and spread like
wildfire across the country to Its
very frontiers. The death toll
was estimated In the thousands.
The Communists themselves
admitted that casualties were
high. The central commHtte of
the Hungarian Communist Par Party
ty Party said "the number of wounded
bloodshed
committee
ling to
the Hungarian News
Agency
MTI.
A dispatch from MTI said the
central committee had proposed
to the leadership the election of
a new national government
"resting on the widest possible
basis."
It quoted a resolution adopted
by the committee as saying that
this new government "win ini initiate
tiate initiate talks with the Soviet gov-
Knight, L.J. Eberenz, W. F
.lames L. Fulton, George A. Thibo
deau, Joseph C. Turner. Robert L
Coffey, Stephen A. Bissell, Dana
a. Bisseli, Gilberto Young, Ben
nett J. Williams, Reginald Calen
dar, Clair V. Hughes, Harry D.
Raymond, Lucille B. Oliver.
Marine Bureau W. A. Dryja,
Mrs. J. C. Clare, P. N. Riley,
Madeline J. Keepers, E. G. Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, E. J. Cullen. R. E. Medinger.
R W. Thompson. Eugene White
J. W. Whipple, E, W. McKenzie,
R. A. Butcher. T. E. Semper. A
A. Welsh, E. H. Sealey, Stephen
Ashley James A Ramsey, H. E.
Robinson, Luis Ramos, C. V. Ath-
erton, Henry Trotman, Oswald Ho-
gan, Joseph Headley, Luis Marti Martinez,
nez, Martinez, Jose Caballero, George Gara Gara-kat,
kat, Gara-kat, J E. Steward, G. M. Cramer,
A. J. Landreth. W. H. Gordon. J.
N. Goddard, H.G Wattes, L A
Knight, L J. Eberenz, W. F.
Young, C. W. Hammond, W. W.
Morse, C. N. Powell, A. Felixson,
G. W. Mullins. Jr., E. M. Krueger,
J G. Boswell, R. M. Jones, M. W
Turner, Ramon Rivera, E E. Dor
sett, C, H. Claven, C. H. Springer,
E. Denrhj, Albert- Kelly, and o. n
Brathwaite.

fTtlls ncceseerijPs fighting In Budapest It"

said, accoh

Horror

ernment in order to establish
relationships between our twfJ
countries based on the ealJH
equality of rights and non-interference
in Internal affair""
The first step would be the
recall of Soviet troops, after or order
der order has been reestablished in
Hungary, MTI said. The resolu resolution
tion resolution also called for amnesty for
all who participated "in Uste
The Communists admitted!
that "heavy fights had broken
out between students and Soviet
tanks" in Budapest. A radie
Budapest broadcast said stu students
dents students hidden in Budapest's
Agricultural University opened
lire on the Soviet tanks.
It claimed "Several hundred
rioters" surrendered 800 rifles to
the government.
FlghtinK flared in five dis
tricts last night, according
(the radio which claimed cond
tions were "less worse than
two preceding niehts."
The ranks of the rebels Wl
steadily swelled by Hungartl
army units and Red army
serters. Eyewitnesses said
entire Hungarian army was"
the side of the anti-Reds
the regime of Premier ImreWa-
gy could count only on the sup support
port support of Hungarian secret police
and security forces and the So
viet army.
Hungarian police units jota
ed the rebels in a desnerOk
battle to maintain control of
the western section of Hunga
ry. The rebel forces dur injs injs-lonr
lonr injs-lonr the Austrian border It
anticipation of a fi'll-scale as assault
sault assault by Soviet tanks.
The rebels seized control ef
the main western approaches, to
Budapest last night during, A
day of violent fighting through through-out
out through-out Hungary. Austria alerted
units of its month-old army for
border dutv as the fighting
Spread westward.
The government controlled
Budapest radio announced that
fighting continued this morning
in the same broadcast in which
it claimed "our fight against' the
provacaJtory elements has been
successful."
A Moscow radio broadcast
said the Hungarian govern government
ment government was "master of the sit
uation." It was virtually the
same claim Russia and Hun Hungary
gary Hungary have been mak'ng since
Wednesday.
Returning travelers told of a
virtual reign of terror In Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. They said that jet fighters
strafed the city and Soviet
tanks turned four-barreled anti-aircraft
guns on unarmed ci
vilians.
Radio Budapest opened Its
first broadcast this moraine
with the announcement from
the Imre Nagy regime that
troops "have been ordered to
open fire instantly at civilian
crowds exceeding three per
sons."
Joker IS Wild
HOLLYWOOD. Oct. 27 (UP)
Comedian Joe E. Lewis, who has
thrived on his reputation as- a
drinking man, wants the film ver version
sion version of his life story, "The Joker
Is Wild," to be accurate.
He recently sent Frank Sinatra,
who portrays Lewis in the film
a case of Scotch with a note wnicl
read, "Start rehearsing."



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teAnk you note

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I wish to thank each and everyone who responded with
clothing and money to my appeal for the less fortunate of our
community. This appeal has met with success. I would like to
inform the general public that at any time they can call, or
bring any donation of money or foodstuffs. 'Once again to
everyone, a big thank you for your generous contribution, and
pray God's blessing on you all.
Syslin Taylor,
SCaptain,
Salvation Array,
Colon, 3rd Street Corps.
J. FOUL TIPS

The situation at El Panama Hotel concerning gratuities for

Iters la in mv oninlon. unsatisfactory. I understand that on

easlona involvina bin functions, such as the recent Vornado

fettvities, tips in the amount of 15 are included in customers'

Ms.

- It is my belief though I may be wrong, that this tip is
hinded out along something like the following pattern: Maitre
dT head waiter and captains (whose combined efforts usually
represent no more than five percent of the services rendered)

get 10 to be divided among tnem.
I The remaining five percent is doled out among the test;

inducing the waiters and busDoys wno provide me omer sot

of the service. ,.

So if a tip of $300 is left for distribution, suuu is spin up
twean a chosen few who lust run around and look bright,

alle the other $100 goes to the few dozen people who did the

actual work.
aio. the imnresslon is widesnread that any waiter who rer

fuses a kickback begins to feel the squeeze. According to this
sfcfy, the word is circulated that he won't play along. He
begins to find himself checked out dally after only two or three
blurs work, and even during the few hours he does work he
la almost never given any guests to wait upon, till he atones
fdr his stubbornness.
I Even should this story by true, it does not follow that the
nWgement is aware of these happenings. A man's kitchen
may be on fire, yet he could be oblivious of it if asleep in the
pidroom on the other side of the house.
Another story of which the management may not be aware,
bit which is circulating, is that whenever waiters are sent out out-slfie
slfie out-slfie to work thev are instructed (I can't say by whom) to re refuse
fuse refuse anything other than a substantial tip. This, if true, is
lite sending your son to a neighbor's house for dinner and tell tell-lng
lng tell-lng him to demand chicken, while the best you give him at
hjme is fish head and rice,
t It' bad enough to be paid low wages, but if the better better-slid
slid better-slid ones get their hands on two-thirds of your tips it's time
tj start hollering, so that the right people will realize there la

loninrori orpnt. eman in me iuei sxiuuiy. in mils taoc, gum n

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By VICTOR KIIIIL

Old Bolsheviks never die. Th.y
just fade away into camouflaged

revolutionary outtrtl.
This may have a cloak-ana

dagger touch so I want to an
nounce that the Central IrrtWt

gence Agency hasn't exactly made

me us comment, am mere is no

doubt now that the handful of re

liably informed specialists on Rus

sis believe that the Kremlin has
ordered its American followers to

dissolve their Communist party

next year. Then it will be camou

flaeed and an effort made to sur

round its revolutionary units with

thousands of veteran radicals So

cialists, Trotskyites, and the old

red hots of the Thirties who are

seeking a new political party of

the "left."

The most authentic information

has it that, this will be done at

the Communists party's convention
in New York during the week of
Feb. 0. Then the comrades will

issue a call for a new "all inclu inclusive
sive inclusive party to take the Communist
taint off their old leaders and eive

them a respectable front through

wnicn to operate.
I give it to you as a fact that

there has been a Series of secret
conferences in and around New
York and Chicago during which
plans for such action have been

discussed. The details, the princi

pals and the time table for such
a left wing movement nave been
laid on the table along with coflee
cups and cigarette butts.

For these have been all-night ses sessions.
sions. sessions.

At the core of this movement
will be the 20,000 Communists and
the thousands of their friend's who
are not party members but who,
nonetheless, follow the Soviet line
like an Indian fakir follows his
cobra while performing snake
tricks.
This would be of political mu museum
seum museum piece interest to all you
good folks if it didn't have its ef

fect on your lives and your coun

try's defense production, today

that production is. a matter of

weaving together, in virtually

every weapon,-a sensitive maze

of electronic wires and keeping

on hand an ample supply of sua-

tegic materials.
For years now the Soviet's

friends inside labor have been

fighting a losing battle because

they nave been openly labeled

and easily recognized. So they've
gradually been pushed out of thou

sands of vital factories and metal

mir.es upon which our nation's

life literally depends. But the So-

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1 iT'3 A "HELICARR1ER" The U.S.S. TheUs Bay, world's
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, at Long Beach, Calif., following conversion for "whirlybird"

vaUuna. naoror ion" ior im xnetis is that it carries a
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'leteers inside industry Hill bold
lome key spots in and arountt

atomic installations and strategic

metai mines.

They accomplish this through

several unions with long pro-Soviet
records. These are the United

Electrical Workers Union, which
still is deep in the electronic field,
and the Mine, Mill and Smeiter
Workers Union, which aits astride
our atomichydrogen and aviation
supply fields.
These unions, with several hun hundred
dred hundred thousand members and mil millions
lions millions of dollars in cash, securities
and real estate, now have their
backs against the wall. They face
tough government action in the
next six months. And so they, too,
have decided to do some real cam camouflaging
ouflaging camouflaging work. They must do this
to survive, since they have tailed
to convince any legitimate union
to take them and their high com command
mand command into the fold and thus give
them a respectable name.
So the notorious United Elecri Elecri-cal
cal Elecri-cal Workers and the Mine-Mill out outfit
fit outfit have decided on this tactic
and it will affect some of our giant

inaustnes: mey will retire their
national officers by pensioning
them off on the millions of dollars
these unions have accumulated.
UE. for example, his several mil millions
lions millions m it s treasuries. And it has
valuable real estate In the heart
of New York and several other
major cities worth millions more
If these are bundled up and ant
on an actuarial basis, the funds
will provide a mighty good living
for the politically tainted national
leaders.
Then this union will say, "We've
eleansed ourselves and we're ready
.tm?rf? lt i"e AFL-CIO
outfit if they'll take us intact."
Of course, this will be the same
old Sovieteering outfit and would
become a left wing union within
a union, operating under a re respectable
spectable respectable front.
The Mine-Mill outfit, which is
so strategic that the U$. couldn't
defend itseirfor long if its mem members
bers members didn't work, plans to follow
the same tactic. It is preparing
to retire its party-line national of officials
ficials officials and then seek asylum in
some major union. Actually, Its
national strategists have been talk talking
ing talking of working their way into the
respecable United sti Wnrir,.,

whose president. Dave McDonald'
has for years tried to wipe them
out.
That's the tactic. Watch for it

Apart from discomfort and in-. My informant continues: "There the elovins

competence, the American non-is no humanity involved, because which is equally obnoxious. You

charity hospital, where the patient!

pays tor sis board, keep and serv service,
ice, service, is generally one ot tne great greatest
est greatest clip joints since the late Texas
Gulnan beckoned in the suckers.
There is an aspect of moral
criminality that has to do with

what is called "terminal cases

I cite a woman who has worked

for no pay in and around hospitals
for years and who has watched
ancient relatives die in affluence.

I quote her exactly.
"I have seen some of the beauty
of death in my work in charity

wards, when patients who

the hope of recovery is nil, and' know, the "How is our sweet little

the malady is such that the pa

tient is a corpse in suspension.

only money is involved. I am a

iras, when patients who are go go-g
g go-g to die are allowed to dieT1 she
Id. "And 1 have seen the aeonv

of all concerned in the navina-un

leasue wnen natients are ex ous-

Hy kept alive for money when they

nave actually oeen dead for
months.
There are so many medical ad

vances now to keep dying people
alive when they are classed as

WASHINGTON It will be vig vigorously
orously vigorously denied, but President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower apparently suffered a
mild relapse on his western cam

paign trip. This is one reason for
the head-to-toe examination this
week end. Such an examination

had been promised, but it was
made all the more necessary by

the incidents of his West Coast

trip.
Whether It was campaign ex

haustion or something more .se .serious,
rious, .serious, it hit Ike while he was

driving back to the airport from

Minneapolis. He suddenly tuned

to others in the car and an

nounced: "I can't take any more

of this. Let's get out of here."

The presidential limousine took

off from the motorcade and sped

to the airport, followed by a se

cret service car. Ike was hustled

into his plane, the Columbine.

without bidding good-bye to the

local dignitaries. Later it was ex

plained that the secret service had

pufled his car out of line because

it was to close to other cars

This, however, was not the real

reason

At the next stop, Seattle, Ike
clenched his teeth and waved to

the crowd along the route to the

hotek Then he closeted himself
in his suite for 24 hours, seeing
no one but his family and physi

cian.
Aides explained he was "work

ing on a speech." But he never

does this without consulting his
speech writers, who were barred
along widUtue rest of his staff
from seeing him.
MAMIE WORRIED
Later, after his Portland, Ore.,
speech, Ike was overheard reas

suring Mhmie: "I'm all right.

I'm all right. I feel fine."
Mamie had rushed up to him
when he finished speaking, obvi

ously worried. And Ike's reassur

ance was broadcast Over TV. The

late viewers who listened in to
the' Portland speech heard it and

were puzzled over the reason for

Mrs. Eisenhower s concern

Returning to Washington, the
President canceled his press con

ference and vetoed a long-scheduled
address to the United Na

tions, on atoms for peace, which

would have given him an oppor

tunity to expound on his favorit?

campaign theme, peace, and can

celed plans for a motorcade

ly. But the hall nurse is either a
soured old maid who hates sick
people or a dimpling wench fresh
from the country who is thinking
more in terms of rock V roll and

new frocks than of obligation to

terminal that you can postpone a navine ruitotnar nf

normal deaths for months. This The attitude of manv nur;

would apply to patients who are and auite a finrV nt th hn. rw.

complete vegetables or in such J tors-is that of a Vegetarian butch-

wiai uiejr ate ncpi, m a staio er inspecting carcasses which of

uz complete unconsciousness, anifend him

approximation of actual death.

tion. The expected clean bill of

beaJth is politically timed, Dem

patient today, and why isn't he
eating his nice din-din" approach.

when a hog would refuse the nice

reasonably rich woman, but it is little din-din and you, personally,

oesc lo oe poor wnen .you cue. iieei nae a dustmn in hell.
There is no intimation of either, They you have the stern admon-

"mercy killing" or conscious neg-ishers, and the frustrated moth- through Manhattan

lect of a dying patient. ters, and the cutie-pies whose idea Democrats charge that the
This exemplification of strange! of nursing is to (1) trap a patient week-end Walter Reed cherk-up
inhumanity in supposedly humane with her charms or (2) grab rtlwill be more political than med med-institutions
institutions med-institutions has been refiectel t doctor so she Can be Mrs. Doctor ica); since; the doctors wouldn't

me personally in the attitude and quit nursing,
generally speaking of hospital ously underpaid, but the fault is
personnel to paid patients. I ously underpail, but the fault is
not in the fee the Da tient navs

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drivers. Special nurses are polite.'them to take a bedpan-dislike out 4 DOCTORS OK IKI

pecause you nire tnem personal-, on the paying guest. I They point out that the same

A hospital Is, after all, only a doctors, on February 14, after an
hotel for the sick. It is not a jail. I earlier head-to-toe examination.

nor is the customer an inmate, pronounced Ike in excellent

And m a final shriek of rage, health. Again it was announced
no chapped wench from Offlimi on May IS after another Head-to-

laano, nas a right to tell me htA

we" feel. I know how "we" feel,
and the feeling is generally awful
or I wouldn't be in the joint in the

nrsi piace.

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icTcucc oevween marsnai Tito

and party boss Nikita Khrushchev.

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naturaiiy, n nas oeen difficult

ror American diplomats to find
out exactly what happened at this
session. However, here is how
they have pieced the story to together
gether together and the manner in which

ii icq to uie revoi. in foiaod.

For some time Khrushchev has
had trouble with the Stalin wing
of the Communist party, headed
by ex-Foreign Minister Mototov,'
which opposed Khrushchev's soft
policy toward such party rebels
as Tito. Khrushchev had ordered
military barriers and fortifica fortifications
tions fortifications removed between Austria
and Hungary, fortifications that
had taken years to erect; so their
destruction meant that armed
rule in the satellites was definite-1;-
on the way out.
The satellites knew this and be

gan to get restless. Molotov.

sensing their restlessness, bur it m

at Khrushchev's soft policy.

certainly it was complete
enough for Khrushchev to fly to

ir.e Adriatic isle of Bnoni to as-

surf Tito that Soviet sninins

against him would be a thing of
the past.

TITO WON
Tito had complained that al

though Moscow bad opened its
arms and welcomed him like a
long-lost brother a few months he-

fore the Stalinists were still crit

ical and satellite leaders were
still undercutting. He had experi experienced
enced experienced fri ction with Hungary,
where Communist leaders had
fired insults.

At this point, acconlins in

American diplomatic information.
Khrushchev not only promised
there would be no more sniping,
but in a spirit of braggadojii
invited Tito to fly to Yalta to
meet Soviet leaders and be con convinced
vinced convinced for himself. Tito took him
up. With only his wife and sec

retary and no armed guard. Tito
flew to Yalta even though he
hates to fly.

ihe story from that point on bp-

comes somewhat cloud v. R; u

known that various Soviet leaders
were called in to confer with Tito.
Apparently he was given the as assurances
surances assurances he was promised.

ror wnen he eame back rn Rrl.

grade he immediately beaan art-

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uare find Ike in anything but thelLn " ne' ,won everything

best of health a week before eltc-k"" wniBU "V

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BOSTON (UP) Any Rhode
i Under crossing the state line
into Massachusetts could have
been shot on sight until a few
months ago. One of the "blue
laes, recently repealed by the
state legislature, set down the
ruling durin the colonial period.

I ONI f TOM I

The President should get a

statement on the H-Bomb from

Dr. Vannevar Bush, ton man of

all scientists in the USA ... Mr.

Bush was wartime director of The
Office of Scientific Research and
Development ... His comments
would silence all others, especial especially
ly especially Candidate Adlai Stevenson,
whose advisors and speechwriters
include people who have Red Red-Front
Front Red-Front records. Or they are so far
to' the Left-they should get a
ticket for misleading voters .
We caught the First Act of "Sepa "Separate
rate "Separate Tables" (at The Music Box)
Monday evening, because we can cannot
not cannot view the premiere tomorrow
night ... It includes several
gripping episodes. They would fit
snugly into our NBC program.
Eric Portman and Margaret
Leighton, for instance. Top-flight
players chiefing in excellent cast
. . M. Connolly in the Minneap Minneapolis
olis Minneapolis Tribune: "He did a fine job
with his new TV format but got
so excited he forgot to mention
the celebs in the VIP section' .
We got the cue (from the direc director)
tor) director) that time ran out. (End Of
Explanation.) .. The odds on
Ike to win are. now almost 6 to
l with ho Stevenson money
whatever.
Cleveland's star home-run wal walloper,
loper, walloper, Al( Rosen, will retire from
baseball today or tomorrow. Go Going
ing Going into the stock brokerage biz
. . Add liitenable clatters: Don

Rondo's version of "Two Different
Worlds" (Jubilee Records). A
vary different song ... We caught

tne Blue Angel show again Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath midnight and invited song songstress
stress songstress Jill Corey to thrush on our
Friday-Nighter . Martha Davis
A Spouse are on the Angel bill
again. Real Pros. Another attrac

tive entertainer there is new to

our orbs and ears. Will Holt and
his Gittar. You nrollv enioved

Mr. Holt's songs at Village Van Van-for
for Van-for last Friday night: WW: 17.3

. Zane Grey (CBS): 13.1 (down
from 17.5 of the week before):

ABC's "Crossroad'': 13.4 . Tren-

dex (which says the Share-of-the-Audience
is the important factor)
adda: WW: 87.8 . Zane Grey:

28.7 . we had only 20 minutes

(of song and dance) to get our1

rating, necause Kepuos nought s
minutes and the sponsors- hogged
the other 5 minutes with their

Dead Duck? (Quack-a-Quack,
Quacy-wack!

spiels
Dooooo!
Haw!)

Equity kept talented Shirley Ya Ya-maguchi
maguchi Ya-maguchi out of the revival of
City Center. Beraua h.

riner and worked (in a flop) 4
months tan Ch.. :.j

. -av. uuv s man if j LO
American. Does that make her a
non-citizen? Shirley mint wail mm

other 2 months before the Equity
rule permits another U.S. job
In the meantime, American tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers must pay for her rent,
(ood, etc, (Oh, Brother! Oh

Muity!) What's Equitable about
that stupid ruling? ... Abe Attell
(one of the Ring Greats of All
Time) is finally doing a book
about his thlling career . T His
Honor, the Mtyor of the Copa
(J. Durante) returns there for 5
weeks on Nov. 29th He stars for
us the next niaht tu

fly to Patsy D'Amore's r-H.

vous (in H'wood) where Frankeeee
will headline a cast of attractive
pals . The Torch: When You
Don't Know What It Is He Has
Except That It Used To Be Yours.

The WW-Variety Show will star
Beatrice Lillie, Lisa Kirk and
Barry SuU van (of "Too Late the
h&'W ) toniht 30 to 9
N. Y. Time (via NBC) in a
brief scene with some young stage
hopeful. We enlisted the assist assistance
ance assistance of the Sardi's landlord to
find an actress who has been
knocking on the Broadway Gates
for recognition in vain He
couldn't think of one . ."she
can have our cameras over the
sponsors 158 outlets eoast to coast

TM "brk. was Phoned

.? ? at 10 a.m....
"Gawd!" she groaned, "wottan-
this "bit" now-and-then . Young
males will get their chance, too,
of course . With some femme
. Deborah Kerr, for in instance,
stance, instance, or any of the Greats Who
Have Arrived and want to help
the "kids" of the thittr.

rests Saturday Night between
10:20 p.m. and 5 a.m. . Mainly
teen-agers with razors, knives and
ap-gats . Don't be a eop .Most
underpaid and most unapprecia unapprecia-Uve
Uve unapprecia-Uve job in town . Four more
Drunc;puBks (near the Victor Rie Rie-sel
sel Rie-sel acid-throw-corner where news

men were also sent to hospitals by
4 other bullies recently) displayed

weir contempt for law and order

me ouier 4 a.m. .. One kept

vuuiS. jim loosing ior a cop to
punch!"- .. A tone cop offered
to oblige them all . Their

cmcxen started showing imme immediately
diately immediately ... One kept screaming:
"I'm ejjicated! I went to school!

in no criminal!" . .He couldn't

nave learned much. Ht got edu
cated in the police station.

Victor Borge's one-night-stand
fee (for 45 minutes) is now $10,000

Broke the house record in fix of

nis last seven bookings . One
of the mags is readying the story
about an Ingrate he's dreaded for
30 years .. War hero Andrew
Geer's new novel ("Canton Bar Barrier")
rier") Barrier") is Harper Bros, next best bestseller
seller bestseller . The Chinese Reds
treatment of Catholic Sisters (on
page 383) in Canton is not hearsay
not fiction . They say the Dook
and Duchess cancelled all teevee
commitments. She alib'd that she
"gets pins and needles" in her

legs, (uiamond pins, we pre presume)
sume) presume) ... A confrere reported
(via a blind item) that "a new

TV emcee" Interrupted Lindy's
diners to introduce TV guests. .

We introduced the Gov. of Cali California
fornia California and his lovely wife gave

mem an a targe nand. The Gov.
and his wife flew back to Sacra Sacramento
mento Sacramento a few hours later . Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Sherwood (who toft her ta table
ble table to greet His Excellency) was

One young lady, who told us ahdsingrWe said: "You'll T seVhar en

my next show" . Funny that

me peopie wno are rapping our
TV shew are the same who've

been imitating our column-format

. . nut it has been that way since
1930 ... To One A- All: Your
Envy's Show-wingggggg! .
Memo to the Foenies and other
Wish-They-CouldE who had us

washed up: See the page ad in to

day's Variety (Television section).

... I It's a lot of fun getting even, you
The 24th Precinct had 27 ar- Notningsl

toe examination that he was in

perfect health.

In neither case did the doctors
refer to Ike's ileitis condition,
though after his June operation it
was explained that he had had a
history of ileitis, which made it

possible for them to make a diaf

nosis and agree on an operation

so quickly.
Democrats now predict the doc doctors
tors doctors again will not tell the whole
truth about Ike's condition. In
fact, Adlai Stevenson is seriously
considering, calling upon Ike to let
an impartial, bipartisan group of
doctors examine him. Stevenson's

argument would be that Ike made

a political issue of his medical

check-up by timing it on election

eve, therefore he owes it to the
voters to give them the full, im impartial
partial impartial truth about his health, in
return, Stevenson also would sub submit
mit submit te a medical exam by the
same doctors.
KREMLIN STRUGGLE
The recent historic events in
Poland perhaps the most his historic
toric historic since the foundina of the

Soviet Union In November, 1917

Whatever he said, word of Ti Tito's
to's Tito's triumph spread like wildfire

Lnrnuan rnn iiiHtt, u. u.j

mia utuuiDing nis nose at
Moscow, so other satellites nota notably
bly notably Polanddecided that what Tito

had done they could do too.
Rumblings in Poland began
within almost days after Tito re returned
turned returned from Russia. They also
started in Hungary, It looks as
if the much-criticized policy start started
ed started by Dean Acheson and contin continued
ued continued by Dulles of aiding Tito had
begun to pay off.

PANAMA
FISHMEAL
IS RICH IN
THE FOODS

YOUR SOIL NEEDS
to grow healthy, vigorous,
and beautiful lawns,
flowers and gardens.
TRY A SACK tOOAY
$7.50 100 lbs.
Does not barn plants.
; Needs ne special care
to apply.
GEO. F. NOVEY INC.
til Central Ave. Tel. 3-0141

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White
New Orleans Service
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"LEW
"YAQUE"
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Fleet

Arrives
Criitebal
Oct. SI
Net. i
Not.
..j Nov. n
..Nov. 1
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Nov. 27

'Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New York Service
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"HERED1A"
"SAN J08E"
"JUNIOR"
A Steamer
"caoiWECA" ...

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Arrives
Cristobal
Oct. 28
....Nov. 5
Nov. IS
Nov. W
Nov. 28
Nov. 28

Weekly Sfjlings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Anjeles, San Francisco
M Seattle.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, IMS

rttt FAN AM A AMERICAN AN mpmLTOEXT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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RESERVE COMMISSION Col. Frank Miller, commanding of officer,
ficer, officer, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, (right) congratulates Sfc.
Lawrence Sizar, Service Co., 20th Infantry, upon the latter's
receiving his reserve commission as a second lieutenant,
inactive. (C.S. Army Photo)

Political Controversy Over H-Bomb
Brings Confusion Over Clean Bomb

some Japanese fisherman unluck unluckily
ily unluckily were occupying.
The purpose of cleaning up the
bomb is to concentrate its destruc

tive effect against military objec

tives wnue reducing me lauoui
hazard elsewhere. In this, detona detonation,
tion, detonation, techniques as wel las compo composition
sition composition of the weapons have a part.
To minimize local fallout tne
trick is to explode big bombs
miles high in the air. The fallout
then is thrust into the stratosphere
where 'it spreads out over the
globe.
To minimize elnhal faltnut

. 1 Ullt
opposite technique is indicated

sunace snois wnicn intensify local
fallout and thu. concentrate it on
the targets involved.
HOME WORK
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (UP)

leyan University assigned Doug Douglas
las Douglas Bennet Jr. to interview both

iar dem- i.-2r.7r;" -uiies in n i s

onstrafed we.pons with

fallout." net Sr. en

WASHINfiTON. Oct. 27 (UP)

The current political controversy

over H-bomb testing nas pruuuwcu
a fallout of confusion over the
question of a "clean" bomb.
Some Republican campaign ora orators
tors orators claim the government has de de-a
a de-a "clean" bomb that

V tlVfVU apt 1
won generate any radioactive

fallout. Some Democrats nave uc-
nied this.
Tk mfh ii somewhere in be-

1 III. v u ... .
(ween, in the distinction that must

be made between "clean ana
"cleaner" bombs.
There is not, and probably never
will be, any such thing as an abso absolutely
lutely absolutely clean nuclear weapon. But
President Eisenhower and other
administration officials have sev several
eral several times made the point that
cleaner weapons have been de devised,
vised, devised, .
Dr. Ralph E. Lapp, atomic phys physicist
icist physicist and writer on nuclear sub

jects, says in his new boo tnai
the Pacific tests this year dem-

Plan to Attend Church this Sunday
at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA. HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9:30 BiBLE SCHOOL Class for all ages
10:40 INTO THE DEPTHS WITH CHRIST
A Service of Dedication for
Sunday School Teachers and BTU Workers
"Chi Wren's Chapel" Robert L. Snyder
6:30 8.T.U. Training In Christian Living
7:30 "THE" INWARD PERILS OF THE
CHRISTIAN LIFE"
Pastor W. H. Beeby
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED

cleaner exDerimen

tal weapons were tested in wnicn
fusion (the H-bomb reaction) pre predominated
dominated predominated over fission (the A A-bomb
bomb A-bomb reaction)," he wrote.
Since atomic fission is the origin
of radioactivity, cutting. down the
fisson energy of a weapon in re re-laton
laton re-laton to its fusion energy would
make it cleaner.
But fission cannot be eliminated
i4Udy because H-bombs must

ever tested was the one exploded
at Bikini in March 1851 tt had
fission trigger, a fusion -charge,
and a jacket of ordinary uranium
which was made to undergo fission
by fast neutrons from the fusion
explosion.
This produced a three-step
fission-fusion-fission blast which
spread radioactive dust voer a
vast area, including the spot which.

THE SAVINGS BANK
institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.
25c. -50c-$1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
0. A. De R0UX,
Manner

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7tb St
CARLOS MOUYNES V
Svb-Manafer

HOURS:
From l:SS a.m. to 12:S0 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from S:SS a.m. to lt:M p.m.

mm

VINYL

Mason

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For Mmmm whxM
W Use ft Indoors or out
Dries fat-Its 2 hours
eody-mix.d for instant um
iasy to apply
Guardta y Cia.
Justo Arosemena Ave.
Tel. 3-0025

SPECIAL SALE

for. first, time in, the History of this Stare
ON PANTS and SHIRTS ONLY

1000 pairs Values up to $12.00
Sizes from 27 to 44.
As you find them $4.95

SLAX

DRESS SHIRTS

Manhattan, Marlboro and Other Brands

All American Makes. A Real Clean Up
The Whole Kaboodle One Only Price ...

Whites Colors
Rounded Pointed
and Buttoned Collars
Sizes 13 17

SPORT SHIRTS

TWO
LOTS
ONLY

b5

2.

Value up to $7.50 Included
Long and Short Sleeves Colors Galore
Do we have to offer a reason for this?
O.K. We simply do not have room for all of our
new incoming stock now arriving.
AT THESE PRICES-ALL CASH
NO RETURNS NO EXCHANGES
DURATION OF THIS SALE OCT. 27 NOV. 2
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN, Inc
LA MASCOT A
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CHEVROLET
the car with a
thousand changes

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Wednesday

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Tivoli Motors

PANAMA

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LAUGHTER AT IAWC TEA Three prominent flgureson the Panamanian social scene enjoy
a (food quip at the tea held in honor, of, Dona Mercedea.de de .la Guardia, wife of. the Presl-.
dent of the Republic, in. the Hotel Bl Panama. Left to right Are, Behora de de la Ouardia,
west of honor; Dona Matilde A. de la Guar dia, president of the Inter-American Women'!',
Club and Mrs. Julian Flake Harrington, Wife of the United States Ambassador.

LARGE GROUP BRAVE RAIN T& ATTEND IAWC TEA
HELD IN HONOR OF PANAMA'S FIRST LADY
In spite of tb haavy rainfall, which persisted throughout Thursday afternoon, more
than 300 members and guests gathered in the Bella Vista Room of the Hotel El Panama to
meet Panama's First Lady Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia at a tea given in her honor by the
Inter American Women's Club. k 'if.
The receiTtnx line consisted of the President's wife, the president of the Inter Amer American
ican American Women's Club, Mrs: Matilde A. de t Guardia, and the Wife of the Minister of Foreign
Relations, Mrs. Aqnilino Boyd. ....
TheFlrst Lady wore a white flowered dress with a high walsted sash ending in a front
bow, white accessories and a -white mushroom-brimmed hat. During the afternoon she

was presented with an orcnia
f
British Ambassador
Will Hold Musical
Evening At Embassy
The British Ambassador and
Mri in Leslie Henderson have
issued invitations for a musical
evening at the British Embassy on
Wednesday, Oct. 31. Thee will be
a short concert of Trio music fol followed
lowed followed te.A buffet supper.
The Trio will consist of Sr. J.
AWreto i violin. Mr. W. Myers
f eeHo) with Mrs. Henderson at the
vkno. They will play the Mozarij
Brio No. T in 9 Major. DvOTjak
Sonatina for Violin and Piano and
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corsage nu nine wuiiuci u,

the "Dumky" Trio.
French Ambassador
Will Give Luncheon
At Union Club
The French Ambassador Lionel
Vasse will give a luncheon at the
Union Club, Tuesday in honor of
Assemblymen Victor Juliao, Olme-
do Fabrega and Gearo Lince, who
will receive the Legion of Honor
decoration.,
Mrs. Robert Miller
Fdtod At Farewell Ta t
Mrs. Robert L. Miller of Balboa
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When breast flk fails, or foe other n iw bottfa feeding is
Doctors retnaaeod, "Put your Baby on LACTOGEN."

LACTOGEN provides, am a foras Basry eea eosOy digest and atsunilate, the
food elements necessary to satisfy the awod of bis fan growing frame and
kody : food to make good deaw bone; wand teeth; firm, lithe muck; quiet
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pure, fcreah, foJLcreaea milk modified ewciaDv for infant

A NESTLE' WODOCT WAIB ESKCIALLY

American Society
Of Civil Engineer.
Meets Monday

The October meeting of the A-
merican Society of Civil Engineers
will be held m the Fern Room of
the Tivoh Guest House, Monuay,
at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting will be conducted
by the members of the Canal Zone
Board of Registration for Archi Architects
tects Architects and Professional Engineers.
Following an explantion of Ibc
law governing the registration of
Architects and Professional Engi Engineers
neers Engineers on the Canal Zone, the
Board will conduct an open forum
on the subject.
This meeting should be of parti particular
cular particular interest to all engineers on
the Isthmus, including military
aad civil' i engineers of the arm armed
ed armed forces as well as engineers
from the Republic of Panama.
A small charge will be made to
cover cost of refreshments due to
limited funds of the treasury and
the expected largo attendance.
Shoddy Jap Goods
Irk Jap Shoppers
TOKYO, Oct. 27 (UP)-A crowd
of 300 Chinese stormed offices of
the apanese Trade Fair in Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing to protest the sale of "shoddy"
poods and refused to leavo until
they were promised a public aooi aooi-ogy,
ogy, aooi-ogy, Japanese news reports said
today.
The protest movement started
when exhibitors began selling
items at the trade fair on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, reports from the Communist
China capital said. On Wednesday
an angry crowd surrounded the
offices and refused to leave until
Thursday morning, when fair offi officials
cials officials agreed to apologize in Peip Peip-irig
irig Peip-irig newspapers.
The Post Office Department is
testing a foot-pedal mail box to
allow people with loaded arms to
open the mail chute.
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RECEIVING FLORAL BOUQUET Panama's First Lady, Dofta Mercedes, de de la Guardia,
Dona Matilde A. de la Guardia, President of the Inter-American Women's Club, at the gala
Hotel El Panama when 326 club members and their guests paid tribute to the Honorary
de Boyd, wife oT the Foreign Minister, is at left. , , ;

Demo Pot Calls GOP Kettle Black;
Now. (Both Find Hands Are Sootie

ATLANTA, Oct. 27 (UP) -Red-faced
Georgia Democrats who ac accused
cused accused the state GOP of soliciting
funds from federal employes to today
day today faced Republican evidence
that they did the same thing
Meanwhile, U.S. Dist. Atty.
James W. Dorsey indicated that
have you joined
the fun at the
fridays & Saturdays
Midnlte to 4:30 a.m.
with the
piano bass and dram
combination of the
GEORGE GODOY TRIO
in the alr-condi'.inned
BALBOA ROOM
nightcap on the house
at 4 30 a m
Ceors also plays the piano
10 p.m. to t a.m.
Tuts., Wed. 4 Thurt.

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Germ-Fighting

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neither party violated federal law
in its fund-raising efforts.
Dorsey a Republican and an
Eisenhower appointee, Wednesday

showed newsmen a letter he re
ceived in his official mail asking
for funds for the Georgia Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Stevenson Committee.
He said the letter would be a
violation of the law "if it had
been intentionally mailed" to him
as a federal employe, but he said
he was assuming it was not.
George B. Hamilton, state trea treasurer
surer treasurer for the Democrats, immed immediately
iately immediately agreed that the letter was
"inadvertently sent,"
It was Hamilton who accused
the GOP of violating, the federal
Hatch Act by sending three letters
to two federal employes asking
for campaign funds, a charge the
Republicans denied.
All three letters were sent to the
home addresses of the federal!
employes involved, not a violation
of the law, Dorsey said.
Ha cniH a vnnrl lottpr from the
Democratic Party was received
by one of his assistants at his
home address.
"Solicitations be either political
party of persons in federal em employment
ployment employment at their homes or at
places away from their offices
of duty are not forbidden by any
statutes or by the Hatch Act,"
Dorsey said.
But he said solicitations at
buildings or areas occupied by
federal employes in the discharge
of their duties is forbidden.
Hamilton said that if the Re Republican
publican Republican Tetter sending wasn't
"technically" a violation of the
law it was "morally."
Dorsey, who wore an "I Like
rke1' button in his lapel, showed
newsmen the Democratic fund fund-raising
raising fund-raising letter which read In part:
"I am writing this letter to you,
not only because I believe you to
be a staunch Democrat, but also,
to ask your aid ..."
The letter was signed by Jack
C. Norris, chairman of the Fulton
County fund raising committee
for Stevenson.
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Antiseptic for up to 4
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Sunday School Teachers. Sponsors
To Be Presented To Baptist Church

At the "10:40 A.M. Sunday morn
ing worship service tomorrow a
the First Baptist Church of Bal
boa Heights, the 1356 and 195'.
Sunday School teachers and
Training Union sponsors will be
presented to the church.
Each department superinteriden'
and teachers will be introduced
to the congregation and a chal challenge
lenge challenge of faithfulness to the Lord
in their ministry will be present presented
ed presented by pastor William H. Beeby.
The charge to the teachers will
be followed by a prayer of dedica
tion, the sermon wut lane trom
H dl TV AD
I UUIL I I UK
I 1
INOCENT ?
One of the most beautiful
redheads in the world, RHON
DA FLEMING, has the star starring
ring starring nole in the exciting pro
duction "WHILE THE CITX
SLEEPS," a picture In which
ten top Hollywood actors play
the principal roles. Fritz Lang,
whose outstanding success as
a motion picture, director has
won him several awards, rises
to even greater heights with
his work in this picture,
which he directs with sunerh
mastery, the story Of which
unfolds in the famous sky
scraper city.
"WHILE THE C1TT
SLEEPS," will be released
Thursday earning at the Lux
Theatre.

receives a floral bouquet from
tea In the Balboa Salon of tho
President of the Club. Seflort
- '

Szekiel "INTO THE DEPTHS
VITH CHRIST.
The following workers will he
oresented: Sunday School adult
Jepartment: Miss Julia Tribbie,
Mrs. Jean Beeby, JMr. Henry Cbi Cbi-olm,
olm, Cbi-olm, Dr. John Woods, and Dr.
Robert Buker. Hieh School De-
lartment Dr. Rober Chapman,
Miss Margaret Wiggins, Miss. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Chanman Mrs tflil vahotk
Keiglcy, Mr. Paul Buffjngtqn,, Mr.
Leo Warden. Intermediate Dan.
partment Miss. Mamie Chisolm.
Mrs. Mary Belle Hicks, Mrs.
Louella High,, Mrs. Betty Kfenan,
inre. joyce suniitgion, Mrs; Mary
i ranees warden, Mr. Paul West-
Minn Mr MneCC AUmn
Wr ttagVMttBi "aaffj.Wrley
mer, mrs. Aima Burrows.
"vivii j nam ivAiaa ihiihi
I T I m r i i
V'nri Clovonc aafanan tataaaata.. tit
M .. f-i r.'" i it a-
Bareer. Mrs. Thelma nnvi MW
Emi v Tavlor. Mrs .Tan Pivrn.
JB13. nUKIU LlZY, airs. A 1 1 C
uu r .1. r u
Conover. Mrs. Fkw Ramnv Mm
flaniklin lll.it IW-.. rkAHnU.. T: -u
enpaugh.
cuj, mia. Lioiue Liuyx, Mis
msrgery icae, Mrs. Mary street,
Mrs. Yvonne Clair. Nurserv He.
partment Mrs'. DeLilah Randel,
Mrs. Kutn Peterson, Mrs. Mar
garet Morris, Mrs. June Robinson
Mrs. Iris Tavlor. Mrs. Jnva
Boatwright, Mrs. Myrtle Heald.
Training Union: Mr. Paul Buf Buf-fington,
fington, Buf-fington, Mr. Frank Koening, Mr.
Cecil High, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brashear, Dr. and Mrs. Roland
Icko, Mrs. Alicia Peres, M r s.
Margaret Anderson, Mrs, Eliza
beth Keigley, Mrs. Dorothy Cofe
ton, miss Hazel Atsiog, Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Morris.
The Training Union meetinas
are held at 6:30 cm while at'
the same time the nastor con
ducts a new members fellowship
class, rne evangelistic service is
at 7:30 p.m., with the sermon from
I John, Chapter H, "The Inward
rem of tne christian Life.
Feast Of Saints
Simon. Jude To Be
Observed Tomorrow
A choral Eucharist at St. Pt Pt-r's
r's Pt-r's .church La Boca, tomorrow will
be-'in observance of the feast
St. Simon and St. Jude, apostles
and martyrs.
This service begins at 10:10,
following morning prayer and
church school, und the Rev. John
Spear, priest in charge, will be
the celebrant and preacher.
Celebrations are scheduled at
St. Peter's for 9 a.m. on All
Souls Day, which wilt fall on
Thursday and Friday, respective respectively,
ly, respectively, of the coming week.
Parishioners wishing to have'
departed ones remembered at the
All Souls requiem are asked to
submit their names to the, priest.
Homo Coming Sunday
The first : Sunday in November
will be the annual Homecoming
Sundav at St. Peter's. Former
parishioners generally return to
the church for worship on that
day.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden will
be present. for homecoming at
the service of evensong, ana wiu
confirm a clas? of candidates.
BEAUTY TREATMENT
WESH SPRINGFIELD, MM.
(UP)An exhibitor at the Eastern
States Exposition disclosed that
the wavy hair on his Aberdeen
Black Angus cattle wasn't natu natu-rxi.
rxi. natu-rxi. Ralph Lyndman of Sufrera,
N.' Y., explained ft was curled by

fans.



IB PANAMA AMERICAN Alt I DEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, 19M
Socia( and Oth
erwiSe
SWITZERLAND
donlinMiA

mai ur wmcn

lgiL Auxiliary Wrill

to 7 DJB. todtv

SaitttHQhMm Arrives On
AMasstic Ski Tad.

Thel attraction it the Christ-

the Amernan

hud from 2

will be the arriv

1 of' Santa Claus at the Amenci

Legion Home in Old Cristobal at

4:30.!

In addition to greeting that jolly

old fellow, there will be all sorts
of gffts which can be purchased
ar.d used for Christmas including,
guest towels, stuffed toys, Christ

mas Jewelry and ornaments for

Yuletide. handicraft work, white

elepjant booth, potted plants, fish
pond and many, many more eye

catching articles.

Of course, there will be the usual

looa booth with cake, coffee, not
dogs, and soft drinks. There win
also be prizes given away includ including
ing including some donated from the gener

ous merchants in colon.

NAME CHANGED

MILWAUKEE (UP) The
Milwaukee Shipbuilding Corp. for

years has built a variety of ma

chinery but no shins. The firm

finally decided to change its name

to the Paper Machinery Corp.

in me. years after the company

converted from shipbuilding to the
manufacture of paper machinery

lira. Olaa Roe. Chairman of the

Christmas Bazaar, said that all

the proceeds will be used to sup sup-oort
oort sup-oort the various projects of the A-

merican Legion Auxiliary and

their Christmas chanties.

(Continued oa Page f)

KobBe Starting 11
New Study Classes

The Fort Kobbe education cen center
ter center has ann unced that 11 group
study classes will begin there next

week and will last until uecem
ber 22.

Classes win be held on Monday,

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs

day evenings from 6:30 to b:ju

p.m.
Beginning Monday and
Wednesday, classes in conver conversational
sational conversational Spanish I, review arith arithmetic,
metic, arithmetic, photography, auto me mechanics
chanics mechanics theory, and free hand
drawing will be held.
On Tuesday and Thursday the
following classes will ..meet;
conversational Spanish II, typ typing
ing typing high school English, Alge Algebra
bra Algebra 1 end drafting.
Military personnel and depen

dents should caU the Fort Kobbe

education center at 84-3230 or 84
4155 in order to enroll.

Distaff Volunteers Can Train
Operate Ambulances

Women distaff colunteers of the
Canal Zone area have been author authorized
ized authorized by Headquarters, USARCA-

RIB to take driver training tor o o-peration
peration o-peration of R-ton vehicles, ton
ambulances and sedans in actual
disasters providing they meet the
pre-requisites o u t I i n e d by the
Headquarters.
The authority to conduct driver
training programs for qualified
distaff, volunteers was granted to
zone commanders as they deem
necessary for persons involved in
disaster control operations.
Department of the Army has
approved the distaff driver train training,
ing, training, program. Formal request for
such a program was submitted by
the commanding officer of the 33d
Infantry in December, 1955. In
February, 1956, the commanding
general, USARCARIB, made the
request for DA sanction. Legal
aspects of civilians operating mil military
itary military vehicles had to be defined be before
fore before .final approval could be ob-
0bTheeietter, CARGO 353 dated
Oct. 17. 1956. SUBJECT; Distaff

Driver Training,, specified djsta

volunteers mun meev prqni

sites which include:
Successful completion of a rec
onized First Aid course;

Must have had prior driving
experience and possess a valid Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone driver's license;
Must complete testing and be li-

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SINGING FOR SERVICE CLUB DANCE Miss Grace Lomba Lomba-na
na Lomba-na sings for the guests at Tuesday night's Fort Clayton Service
Club Street Dance, sponsored by the 534th Military Police
Company of Fort Clayton. Music was provided by the 79th
Army band. (U.S. Army Photo)

Bold Ike-Weak Ad I a, Pairing

Made byUixonin Vote Appeal

censed ss applies to civilian driv
ers in the provisions of AR 600-55
No estimate of how many worn

en will be trained under the provi

sions of this program has been
made as yet by Headquarters,

USARCARIB, since zone Com

manders have not had time to im

plement the program on their
posts.

The program will be under mili

tary supervision at all tl m e s.
Training will be given by military
personnel and will be slmiliar to
that given civilians employed to
drive military vehicles but train

ing will be modified to fit the lo local
cal local situation.

All driver training will be con

ducted in the driver training areas
only. Trainees will not be permit permitted
ted permitted to, operate any of the govern government
ment government vehicles on any public or
post road, highway or street.

All provisions win ne maae un

der applicable Army regulations

to help prevent motor venicie ac

cidents.

Distaffed personnel trained and

licensed as indicated under In e

vision, this

utilizeoMss

ing an actual disaster.
Members of distaff Organize

(ions must agree in writing that

oarticiuation in this training pro

gram win be gratuitous and that
the United Slates will not be obli obligated
gated obligated as a result of such partici participation.
pation. participation. :

program wuo

drivers ueeci but

ROCKFORD, IU., Oct. 27 (UP)
Vice President Richard M. Nix
on said tonight that anti-Russian
uprisings in Poland and Hungary
call for "bold Eisenhower deefs-
ink" inclaarl nf "weak fitovAfl..

son indecision."

Nixon suggested that President

Eisenhower's leadership is needed
now more than ever bv the Free

World in assisting the "liberty-

loving people" behind the iron
Curtain.

This is no time to turn the

country over to the "wishy-

washy" leadership ot Adiai t.

Stevenson, .be said.

It was the first time Nixon had

brought the sensational develop

ments within the communist

world into the political campaign campaigning.
ing. campaigning. He said the "ferment" be behind
hind behind the Iron Curtain could mean

the weakening of world commun communism,
ism, communism, i

"This is a time for the Eisen

hower kind of wisdom; born of
tons vears of high command.

wather than' the Stevenson brand
which comes second-hand from
II m 1 1 1ILI.. 1 J

advisers wnose mcreuiniy a a a

judgment has been exposed in re

cent days," Nixon told this north

west Illinois city audience.

Nixon flew to Rockford after a

whirl-wind campaign of the ore

dominanrly Democratic Chicago

area, ne returned to Chicago af

ter the speech and will leave for

the West Coast early tomorrow.
Nixon's campaign aides were
elated by their candidate's recep

tion in Chicago. They were par

ticularly impressed by the vast

outpouring of people for a noon

time parade through Chicago's

famed Loop the heart of the city

The vice president chose Chica

go to make a powerful appeal to
Negro voters, a group heretofore

considered to be largely in the

Democratic camp.

In a speech in the center of

Chicago's huge Negro district,

Nixon said civil rights legislation

"win never see the light of day

so long as southern Democrats

remain chairmen of powerful con
gressional committees.

ij it. a

ne saia me omy way to get se

tt on long-pending civil rights

oposals iMtr elect a Republi-

n House and Senate on Nov, jB

and turn over the committee

chairmanships to- Republicans.

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Crash; Mother To Survive

SIGOLRNEV, Iowa, Dct 27 -(UP)
A train smashed into a
family car at an almost blind
rural crossing yesterday and bat battered
tered battered eight littlo brothers and sis sisters
ters sisters to death.
Their mother, Mrs. Ruth Ham Ham-mes,
mes, Ham-mes, 38, was the only survivor of
the' crash which wiped out every
one of her children,' including two
aets of twins, a few minutes after
she set out to drive the older
youngsters to school.,
Mrs. Hammes was saved be because
cause because the train hit the right sile
f the car, away from the driver's
seat. She was reported in fair
condition at a hospital here, suf suffering
fering suffering from severe shock, cuts
and lacerations.
Her husband, Richard, who had
waved goodbye to his children
minutes before they died, stood
over their bodies after the trage tragedy
dy tragedy and was unable to say a word.
The dead children were Donald
and Ronald,, 9 year old twins;
Karen, 8; Linda, 7; Gary 6;
Rosemary, 3; and 18 month old
twins, Ricky and Vipky.
Their bodies were scattered
along 684 feet of Rock Island Line
tracks, two miles east of Sigour Sigour-ney.
ney. Sigour-ney. The car was bent in two un under
der under the diesel engine, its top al

most torn on.
The smash sent two of the chil children's,
dren's, children's, bodies hurtling to the
ground 70 feet from the point of
impact, Deputy, Sheriff Keith Bry Bryant
ant Bryant said.
"There were three huddled in

another group and two with the!

mother," he said. "The car was
caught beneath the front of the
diesel engine and was completely
demolished."

The Rock Island train, travel

ing between Washington, Iowa,

and Des Moin.es, 85 miles north
west of Sigourney, consisted of on only
ly only an engine and caboose. Crew

men said it was going at only 30

miles per hour. But officials said

Mrs. Hammes may have been un

able to see the train as she drove

from the family farm to School
No. 9, a country school only a

quarter mile beyond the crossing

"There was a high embankment
which blocked her view of the
tracks as she went down a slight

incline toward the crossing," Bry

ant said. "It was almost a blind

crossing.'

Obj of the train's crew, Frank

Lavia, said it seemed Mrs. Ham

mes slammed oil her brakes in
panic when her car was on the

tracks. If she hadn't, Lavia said

the car might have got across

Mrs. Paul Webb, a cousin of
Mrs. Hammes, was only 500 feet

away when the train crunched in
to the car. She heard her 3-year

old sod, Charles, cry. "The train

hit Ruth's ar." Mrs. Webb's This

band was the first man to the

scene,- but he was so shaken he
couldn't talk about it
Hammes was on his farm,
working on a tractor, when he
learned all his children were

dead. He went to the crossing and
stood stone-faced, refuting to talk
to anyone.

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PAGE SIX

Social and Oik erwiSe
Continutd

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Thomas Smith
' f r.rells At Park Cellege
l'homas S. amiui, of Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Smith of Balboa,
has enrolled for the tail urm at
Park College, Parkville, Mo.

Rating On Officers Christian Mission

Chanaed By Service To Hold Service

W w -

The Department 01 ine Army rij.

proceaure ror ,Qre tlUCT

Tom is entering his sophomore
vear at Park, and is a member

of the Anthony-Cieopatra club,
one of four-brother-sister clubs on

the campus of the il-year-oia
stitution.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol-

Ivwtodites are Talking About:

The way Elvis Presley signs his
fan photos. After his name, he
scribbles, "Love ya." Mary
Beth Hughes' divorce from David
Street slated for January 9. Next
day she'll be on Matrimony Street
I again with hair styiist Jack Tet-

timer. . spike Jones ana nis

MOVfS TV RADIO

by Efskint Johnion

has announced a new

for rating officers on a revised

mnnrl which Will Si art M ;.,; r.t Dn

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iae new report rm- """.t" churches in La Boca ana coi- ueapite u iwan Huu.c, v

on ptiysiciai aDiiuy 10 k.uhu -.jn Wednesday night for tne can we ma music uh uv. iv

the wartime duties of their ranks
. requires a review of the efficiency
rating bv the headquarters of the

rater: and charges me neauqia.

tors commander or se ii3r siatt

officer with responsibility to in investigate
vestigate investigate unusual adverse or con-

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late Elder Ernest C. Wilson.

Elder Wilson, one of the pio pioneers
neers pioneers of the denomination here,

in New i or

ready sounds like early S.p i k e

Jones stuff."

died at his home

Oct. 11.

Peter Lind Hayts' impersena
Han, and if murdtroos, of Mari

, lyn Monro in his act at tho Sands

He founded two branches of the now m Las veeae. Mat

Mission 10 ew lor, mm rmnr as r"P

SIK v't1 aJ'taSS l?aJ2Si'S TSS.- Sis' WiUiam PowdTjr.'s January
ited simufcaneously at a later i perimenaem f wedding plans. He'll wed TV

Bwted simultaneously ai a wedding plans. He'll wed

a tne Army saw. ; actresi Patricia Parsons.

Marital bells the same month for

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raws row

Betty Hayden, ex-wife of Sterling
Haytjen, and Bob Kenaston, son of
silent screen star BiUie Dove. ..
Terry Moore's mama going on a
personal appearance tour with
her. To help keep her out of the
headlines maybe?
Dale Robertson and Mary
Murphy ending those rumors of a
reconciliation. They signed a prop-

-lerty settlement and Mary signed
JfiWh at Curundu It continues or hkre a pln on Sunday? tornr Shaw "ft.
tSfSr, nt"nns and attempts Some of these questions ap- j.an." Italian papers ropart ropart-ftO
ftO ropart-ftO accep. questions and f"jP "n' fintni until discussion ; in. that Soohia Loran will wed

answer tnem no m-i j-: oth congrega-' C.rl. P,tl soon ., h. obtain.
mikuu. tion and panei find themsplves divorce. Slio's due In Hollywood

final answer to questions which I
have been in the minds of men Anna Maria Alberghetti's 1958

agar, Sam Weiler. Lana agroodx
to pay him $15,000 m cash and S
per cent of his gross earnings until
1M3. Woilor will also got 5 per
cent from all manufactured arti articles,
cles, articles, including films, TV, records
and any other products derived
from the entertainment field in
perpetuity. Wowl
Plans for an independent movie
about the life of New York's late
Mayor Fiorello La Guardia. .
A hassle stirred up in Las Vegas

by Gloria de Haven. She wanted

top billing over comedian Myron;

Cohen at the EI Rancho Vegas
but didn't get it.
Jackie Coogan, one-time kid
star, signedto play the role of
Joe E. Lewis' pal, Swifty Morgan,
in' the Lewis film biography, "The
Joker Is Wild." .. .Alan Ladd
losing 15 pounds in a virus bout
in Gretce, where he's working in
"Boy and the Dolphin."

Diana Lynn's plans to wed
Mortimer Hall. He just helped

pave the way by getting a Mexi

can divorce instead of waiting for
Ruth Roman's final-in-March de

cree. . Lana Turner's return ta

her home following loss of her
baby.

Paramount' plans, for an "Ik-

berg build-up'' for b'l n d o,
Swedish-born Inger Stevens. Tho
Now York stage and TV beauty
was sicned to a leng-torm contract

24 hours afttr making a screen

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Irden penndit, of Fort Clayton;

Irs. Richard Penaiuna, Aiorooic

ir Base; Miss Betty styles, ch ch-andu;
andu; ch-andu; Robert Beukema. of Pan-

la; and Virgil Worsham or

urundu.

nnw aonln the master nf per-

.ernonies will pull questions out

ot a box submitted by people tut
,gnd wide all over the Zone. Last

wee some oi me questions weie

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s'.nre the world beean. However, ; gross income reported .to have

a real effort Is made to bring all j just hit $300,000. . Rhonda
the evidence to bear. Fleming in business for herself to
Movies on the Bible are pro- star herself in a telefilm series,
vided for the children In a sep- ... Jff DonneU, who isn't
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lly. Golly. The service starts promptly libel's wife, playing Alan Young's
at 6 30 p m. and ends aC 7:36. 1 girl frienc" in a half-hour tele tele-The
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Katharine Hepburn dodging ehe

Ben Hecht-Bob Hope controversy

over "The Iron Petticoat" for
good reason she hasn't seen the
edited film. Hecht claims La Hep Hepburn
burn Hepburn was "blow-torched" out of
the film ot make room for more
of Hope's comedy. But, insiders
claim Hecht is burning most of all
because some of his ,fancy dia

logue was left on the cutting cutting-room
room cutting-room floor.
Diapers Are Lifted
To Greet New Child

WEST ALLIS, Wis., Oct. 27fTJP

celed" stamp on Edgar Bergen's Mrs- "ymona Philippi
TV "Do You Trust Your Wife?"iIS'ed di?frs tne.lr front
. . Bob Hope landing Yankee1 d0.1: toWW fval of their

Pifnarst TiAti I arenn fr hie PAAAtit'' ininnt.

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Pravda Terms he

A-lssue Dodge;
Snears In Story
MOSCOW, Oct. t! (UP)-The of
ficial Communist party newspaper
Pravda today accused President
Eisenhower of dodging the issue

in replying to Premier Nikolai A.

Bulganin s letter calling for a ban
on nuclear weapons tests.
"Instead of a business-like dis discussion
cussion discussion of an important interna international
tional international proje t not an inter-party
problem the President of the
United States preferred to give an
irritated answer which dodges the
substance of the questions," the
Soviet paper declared.
Pravda said there was no foun foundation
dation foundation for the President's com complaint
plaint complaint that Bulganin's letter, ar arriving
riving arriving during a political' campaign
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cunsuitikca mienerence in Ameri American
can American internal affairs.
The world can hardly consder
prohibition of atomic tests an
American campaign issue, Pravda
said, since the subject has been
before the United Nations for 11
years.
Referring to Mr. Eisenhower's
criticism that Moscow made Bul Bulganin's
ganin's Bulganin's letter public before it
could be translated in the United
States, Pravda said "The Ameri American
can American President has obviously been
the victim of uninformed experts."
"Between the 19th and 21st of
October," it said, "the State De-

parment could easily nave se secured
cured secured a careful translation for the
President as the document con

tained only 220 lines."

As for Bulganin s criticism of.
Secretary of Stat j John Foster
Dulles Pravda said, "The
remarks are justified because they
fully correspond to reality."
It repeated Bulganin's. charge,
aavins "Mr. Dulles uninterruoted-

ly has been making statements
distorting the policy of the Soviet
Union on the question of banning
atomic weapons."
The newsnaner added. 'There is

nothing in the text of the message

even tne slightest nint ot wntcn
could be interpreted as doubting
the sincerity of the President."

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of the personal contract suit filed
against him by his former man-

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dows windows and pink and blue spotlights
on the home.

NOT A SNEEZE

ELIZABETH, N.J. (UP)

Mahran Gouzoukouchokian is
tired of all the jokes, so he wants
to be Mahran Levon. For years
people hav been saying "Gesnnd "Gesnnd-heit,"
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told them his name. He recently
started court action to make the
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When today's hand, was played

in a recent team match, the bid

ding was the same at both tables.

At one table West opened .the
jack of diamonds. East unblocked

with the queen of diamonds, hold holding
ing holding the trick. East held the next

trick with the king of diamonds,

but drove out the ace on the third
round of the suit.
South led the 10 of clubs and
had a moment's hope when this
finesse held the trick. He con continued
tinued continued with another club but
West discarded the jack of hearts
to signal his ace. East had re refused
fused refused to first club trick in the
hope that West would be able to
signal which ace he held.
South could have saved one
trick, but he could not make the
contract. He gave East a club
trick, and the heart return per permitted
mitted permitted the defenders to take the
diamonds. The contract was thus

set two tricks for a loss of 200
points.
At the other table of the team

match, West opened the jack of

hearts instead of the jack of dia

monds. South allowed this lead to

ride around to his king and
promptly took the club finesse.
East could win the king of clubs,
but even a prompt shift to dia

monds could not prevent declarer

from winning 10 tricks for a
score of 630 points.

The swing between plus 630 at

one table and minus 200 at the
other tablt all hinged upon the
opening lead. The point is fairlv

close, but the player who led the
jack of diamonds deserved his
victory. He had the chance to set
up the diamonds, using the ace of
hearts as a side entry to the dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. The player who led hearts
had to depend on the suit itself
and might well be giving declarer
a trick that he could not win for
himself.

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In Near-0 Waters
TAIPEI. Formnna rw vr rrvt

A Communist Chinese black blacksmith
smith blacksmith swam for four hours in the
ocean to rea:h a tiny Nationalist-

held island near Quemoy, It was
reDorted today.
The blacksmith, who almost
froze to death during his swim
Tuesday, was "fed up with the in inhuman
human inhuman Communist rule on the

II mainland, the report said. He was
J taken in by Nationalist soldiers.

RECEIVING DIPLOMAS and letters of appreciation from Lt. Col. Robert H Tdwnsend, assist assistant
ant assistant commandant of the USARCARIB School, (right), in recognition of their excellent work
simplification proposals submitted toward improving certain operational techniquesln dif different
ferent different divisions of the U.S. Army Caribbean are (left to right) 8fc. .Samuel A. McCIintock
Food Service Division; Capt. Lloyd W. Dull, Artillery Division; and Spl. Julio E. Santiago, Lat Latin
in Latin American Student Company. The recommendations will result, after installation and ef effective
fective effective application, in substantial monetary and manpower savings for the school.
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Carnival to be held at Fort Kobbe Oct. 31.

Pvt. Hector Rivera-Colon, both of
the cake booth for the Halloween
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SURCEONS' CHIEF Dr.
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has been chosen president of
'the United States section of the
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TOUT. OCTOmSE 27, IMC

TBI PANAMA AMBICAJt All ntPtfUHmUT DAILY KIWWAhw
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES

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Church of Girtst

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IAINA: oa. Dai,
Snreicee Sunday IB a-a.
IIS
attBTOBAL: iMflin if tiau.
Services Sunday MM IA 11:00 J
tlO ABA-IP: How No. MM IStn 8
Sunday 4M MB
Uniiarian
Baptist
cm op iuwt CBic
SU Bruja Ba
Or,r ,ilb0
unmU '2-1706
a-,v
Sunday School
ewrriug Worship
Trails, toon -arnniiigotlMff
8:48 am
11.00
:30 p m
7 JO PJB
7 JO PJ
7:06 BJS.
lOMUm.
rraye.- u,
tich Wednesday ..
broiuwrtiood-ain
MO idcy weh month
Spawn Bible School
riBST BAPT1B1 CHUBCB
Balboa HatfhU. C Z-
27 Ancon Boulevard
OtBWat "B" baiboa Helahta
Phone najooa iiai
WUliam H
Hunda
J0 aj
10.45 am
J0 ojn
7 JO MB
1 JO BJB
I Morning woranip ... ..
BaoUM Itaining Union
kvanteiwuc ori
Pt.ver ataotine
V OW
1 MM. Bibio Study Thure-
t JO ija
J8L aZJUXk !' "lijii
Monday u month 1JU
flBST BAPTIST CHINCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Strea
l "u.pMrita. Canal Zone
Rav.
v. Fred 8 Roth. faiUr
BunU School
Morning Wonhip
Baptist Training Union
Evening Worahip
Brotherhood. Tueedaya
prayer Services. Wednaadaya
W M.U. lt 3rd Fridaye
G A., R.A., Sunbeama.
PridJVH
0:45 a m
11:00 a m
6:30 pm
7j45 p.m.
700 o.m
. 7:00 pm.
JO pJB
Salvation Army
Meetings)
THt PACIFIC 8IPB
PANAMA cm
CapUin Mrs. H Grant
1 rhrtar Street, Phone. M-20054
11 :00 iiuliness Meeting.
3:00 Scnday School.
7 30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCa
Lieutenant Paray I a sap bell
Buildins No 1080. Phone: 2-285!
11:0-1 iluimes Meeting.
3:00 f-UTida;' School,
t 7 :30 Sit'vatior Meeting
PABAiSO.CX
Envoy Mrs. C U Moteley
GuiapB SueeL
:00 Si i.dav School.
I I 11:00 Holiness Meeting.
( 3:00 Sunday School.
' I 7 JO Salvation Meeting.
COLON IHlflb STREET
SCapUln Syslin Taylor
I 11:00 l.nlineas Meeting.
I 3 :00 Sunday School.
' 7 30 Saivation Meeting
RAINB'.iW CITY C.Z.
Envoy i. GUI.
8t. Kl.ta And Jgmalca Street
11:00 lioiinen Meeting.
3:00 Svnday School.
7 JO Salvation Meeting
COIXIN CENTRAL
enlor t apt and Mrs C Meoaaasrwy.
lth Streel. Phone: M-743.
Union Churches
Wher. aU Prutestants 'cooperate with
I uoity In essentials, liberty M nea.
I oeeenuala and charity us all things
THE ATLANTIC 8IOB
, ATUN
Bat. Bay Blakely. Pastor
l rnoni sB3
I 0:45 Church School
U.W Worship Service.
8:45 p.m. Sr. Youth Followshlp.
6:00 p.m. Jr. Youth rellowship.
MARGARITA
The Rev. faui H. W. O lander. Pastor,
i Phone S-1M
I 0:30 Bible Srhnni
10:45 WorahiD service and Church-thnt
JO Youth rellowahlo
' PACIFIC 8IDR
Balboa Rd. at San Pabia St.
nam l4Murcb odea 7-3234.
w unurcn scnoot Frei
fSrgsjiin
W38 Worship Service The Expanded
aio mr nursery, tinder ia nan.
......... j auu auinor uepw.
I vnurchyUma Nurarv for c
ohildrap
unuer 3.
) 8 00 Junlor-Hlgh rellowsnip,
:00 Post-High FoUowahto
I 7:00Senlot-Rlgb Fellowship
CAMBOA
ata. Walker
Alderton. Minister
uince Telepom
8-470: Residence
Telephone 8-130.
Sunday Services:
J:" on- Church School Assembly.
1 8:40 a.m. Class Sessions.
10:18 a.m. Service of Worship for chll chll-en,
en, chll-en, young people and adult.
Calendar of Meetings:
Im I""4 VPr Circle at 7:M p
. 1 wdn1y Mary Bartletl Clrclaat
Tuesday Church Council
luesoay Church Council at 7 JO
Btni
3d Wednesday Women's
Auxiliary at
v:ju p.m.
7:30hp.mOn(Uy 0ttictr' n Tatertt
Methodist
-ust -.Hi Kli
f oiiteiemt
Ke ,1.11am m ,.mir.na
I0UJ St Panama City
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r lllili F no
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1..1M11 in,, h.i.., mi at I
(th mii mo Mcieiu. evenua

jm Baa- mm
H UMJUA1
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Ancon Blvd
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V Ante.
V four, IBviiaUeB

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At Mhr. aa,. Mm Tan AmmMmi Mi Mm, by
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SnvMn A apeesel lietiaf to IsoAvaaaJ Mi iinini a Ami pMM,

CoJ6n. F
Hn. Oslnisu
tM B.-Monunt Sarvire ana
1 p m Sunday Scnoel.
7 li o.m lytSUA
(Holy Cnmmuntao Kt Sundays)
loader. oj hifir Mttt
Ray Sensual Wajden. Minns
nir ne vatrt
Christian Scientist
t'MKUtlAM UKNV UMjMUUa
t Church of Christ. Scientist, ABj
MO as on IMVWM
wdas n u, Wedned 040 en.
Sunday School JO UB
tiei l mm Chnsi. oaaCM. trial
1Mb Street A Belia Htahe-ay
iiinMi a-fwwti arap a.M
11:00 ia. weoneeaaj p.m.
Catholic
ST. MABX'B CHUBCB-BWBOB
hum: l :vu. a:uu. iv.w i
12:00
Holy Day
i iJft. 1 :0ft u m am
and 5:00 pm
Conleuiona
Saturday. I JO M
JO
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday,
First Friday: : w :w r.h.
Miraeuloua Medal Novona:
7 JO P4D.
on Monday.
Catechism claaai attar the I N
mm SAinriav
High School Study Club 0 JO pm an
waonaaoay.
atrggn HCART Ancaa
Sunday Maasaa: 5:55, 7 JO A ajB.
Holy Day Osjuaaai 848 a.m. enJ 1:00
Conhsaatpnai Baturoay 8:30 0 nd
1:18 -M 8:00 pm Tbmoday befor First
Friday 7:00 pm '
Sacred Heart Devotiena: 748 pm on
Fridays
catechism Claaai tat to 448 pm aa
Thursday.
OUR LADY Off FATTMA Caatllta
Riindav llaaa at 8:00 am
Holy Day Mass at 8 JO pjb.
Coiitosaiona: $M to 8:45 m on Bat-
IMsajfMW
CatMhlam CUM) Saturdajp I JO t 10
,
ST. JOSEPH-Pareleo
Sunday Maasaa at 7 JO and 8U am
Holy Day Mass at 8J8 pm
akilH Maassm: . 00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3 JO ta 4 JO and
8:30 to 7Jft V
Catechism Claaa: aunoay a:uu w .-w
Miraeuloua Medal Novonat
on Friday.
Convert mnrucnonai tnunoay
7:00
pm.
ST.
TINCBWT8 Panasad Oty
Sunday i
Holy Day
Masses. :oo ana a: jo a.m.
v Masses: 8.30 and 5:00 pm
(It It falls on Saturday via Mass as sure
8:00 and 1:30 a.m.)
a:ua ns e:w ano
n.m.
Miraeuloua Modal Novona and sta
tions of the Cross: Friday 7 JO am
Catechism Class: niter a:aw a sw
Sunday
Convert Claaai i:so pm maaoay ano
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S CoeoB
Sunday Mass: 8:30 am.
Holv Day Mass: 8.00 am (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m. I
Catechism Class: : to a:w p.m. n
Monday- .
coniossiona: a:tw io t.ov ua.
ST. iOaW BAPTIST" OR LB BALLS
Paraue Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:50 am
w..v n. Mass: SJB Hon.. Thutm.
Frl. and Sat rst Friday mass: 8:00 am
Holy Day Maasaa: c:oo am ta ow
" confessions: 3 JO ta 4:30 and 7:00 to
SM pm on Batuiday.
Miraculous asooai isaisnai tnsw
catecniam ciasa: jw wi
Convert Gas: Monday 7 JO pm
ST. THEBES 88 La
Sunday B
Mass: 7:oo
7 J8 am
Holv Dav Mass: 5:30 p.m
Day
rnfa.iftn: Saturday 8:30 to 7:30 P m
Thursday before First Friday 4:30 pjn..
Catechism Class: a: is gja.ni ounw
Sacred Heart Nov ana: 7:00 pm on
Friday. ...
Convert uaae: eao bjss, vb wnw
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colea
Sunday M
Holy Day
Maaaaa: 8:48. 8:00 and 8:15 a.m.
a.w ano a.w
.na KaJC n m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 8:00 and
7:08 to 8:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novona:
B'lS anil 7 00 D.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:13 pm
Sunday Eveniraj services v ou pm pm-Convert
Convert pm-Convert Class: 7.15 pm a Mondays
and Thursdaya.
Catechism Class: Sunday 18:13 am to
11:45 am. 8 JO pm to :ou p.m.
Pint svidav Exnoaitlon of Moat Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 8:30
am. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 3:00 a m
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdaya 8:00 to
7:00 n.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Maseea: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:S0am.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00. :00 am and
8:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 8:08 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraeuloua Medal Novena: 8:18 and
7sM bm. on Monday.
Catechism Clam: Altar 8:08 Ufa on
ounoay,
First
Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mas at 8J8 em
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH lo Margarita
aunoay masses: i:ao, :30, 11:30 am.
y Meases
First Saturday Mass
:oo am
Weekday Masses:
Saturday ... 7:00 n.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m.
Confession ... 3:43 p.m. to
8. JO am
8:08 p m.
7:00 p.m
5:15 p ra.
4:45 pm-
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7 .00 p.m
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 JO p.m
very Friday.
1st. Friday Devotions
1st. Saturday Devotion
7:00 pm
7:00 p m
ST VINCENTS-Retobaw Clt
City
Sunday Mas:
o jo a i
end 8:00
and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: (JO rs
p m
Confaasions: 4:00 ta 4:0 anil i-oa u
a. a c i. ..
uatecnism ciam: to:8 am. on Sunday.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous
Medal Novena i 7:00 pm
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart
Novanai 7 .00 cm aa
'Friday
! IMMACULATE rONCEPTiON-G.mi.
Sunday Masa: 8:15 a.m
HOly 6y Mass: 8:00 o.m
' Confessions: (!30 to 7:00 pm on Sal-
u-iay
Catechism Ciam: 4 00 p.m 00 Monday

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WM LAPT t 6QOO COVNMBk
fcmomjrlUiNa: 7M and 14 aja.
Holy Day Humm ; 8:00 cm. and J
P m
nviwi vevouona.
MfMMBi by appointment
Miraeuloua Uii tai
an Inaaiair
.Sacred Heart Novanai 7:00 jb eo
aunday school: 1 JO pm. on Sunday,
neuaioiia nutrunt nn ntaaa tu .!
dran: 4M p.m on Thunday.
. 0 iwuctlon for adulta (Con.
pwii coo pjn on mod
COBvart
Episcopal
The Bt Rev B. Usher
MA
The Very lay. Mahaert J
s.Tj.t Deaa
THff CATHEDRAL Off ST. LUKB
, SUNDAYS
i:30 a m hole Commimlm
8:30 a as Panto Communion (4th Sua.
oayji
0:30 am Church School.
0:45 a m. Esouala Dominical.
U .00 am. Morning Prayer and
Holy Communion. (Tint Sun-
7:00 pre. Evening Prayer and
122 S1', CMjnawiien.
7:00 pm Evemhig Prayer.
!:!S ftofy Comsounion.
3 30 am Holy Communion.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew,
Priori I.
SUNDAYS
noiy comtnunlon 8 30 am
Church School I! 8:30 13
WEDNCSDAYS
o. ... a ii T.
'"J" i mu pcopie.
Baldwto,
8UMDAV
tam Pryr nd Cfaurck Sdwo1'
Prayer and Sermon u am
pay in nsoniai.
Evening Pra
7 30 am
Weekday Prayer
a oo am
COROZAt
Chapel of The Good aaagaard
FRIDAYS
8 JO a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
SJAMBOA
Be -. rhi..k
The Rev. John Spear, Priest to Char fa
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist aad Bar.
aaen 7am
Churchrnen 80 tm.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and, Holy
Communion 8:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7 .00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7:30 o.m
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer 0 00 a m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 n.m.
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist ......... 8J8 am.
Office of Compline 8:00 pm.
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rtv. JOha Sneer. Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS.
Morning Prayer and Church
School
u ...
........... a ,w a.m.
Conflrmatii
Choral Eu
tion Claaa 8:30 am
enarist ana ser
mon io w am
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 7:io pm
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion s:oo a.m.
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret I
Espave and Brazoa Blvd. 1
The Rev. Jaase K. Renew,
Priest to Charge f
SUNDAYS
7:3 a.m. Holv Communion
3:45 am. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month, Holy Com
munlan.
0:00 pit. Vesper and Young People
Fellowship.
THURSDAYS
8:30 a m. Holy Communion
PALO PECO
Chapel of The Rely C
Ven. L B. Shirley. Priest
to Charge
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 am Holy Communion.
PABA1SO
SL Alban'a Chnreh
m. Bar. David A OsboVaa.
The Rev. AnS W'tL
Assfataat
SUNDAY . .
8:00 a.m. cnorai lucnanss as mwmon
0:30 am Intent BaptlsVn.
3.80 in crrarcn scnooi
IhaiH In Building 131)
5:40 pm. Yduth Fellowship
7:M nm. Evepaong yd Addraaa
id nd 4th WEDNESDAYS
7.30 am. Woman s Auxiliary aad Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeticg.
PANAMA CITY
The Ven LenHcl Bhtrtey, Rectar
The Re ffita B. AtweU. beeees
2nd
SUNDAVL
(JO am. Holy communion
00 am. Sung Eucharist Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 mwr Holy Baptism
7:00 ..ra Solum Vesper
TUESDAYS
8 JO am Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS Zl:
e:00 in Holv Communion
THUHSSTnSSf FR?D AYS
8:30 1 rn. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
oo i nt. Holy communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-8FA
Colon.
'Oaooslte Hotel Washington!
Th Rev. Jama ffeter Farmer. Beete
The Bev. Heary A. Blake, AmUtaat
SUNDAYS
( 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:40 a.m. Moaning Prayer.
0:00 .m. Choral Eucharist and Semes
10 3 .m. Church School.
7:30 p ra- Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. WEDNESDAYS
3:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7 30 p m. Evening Prayer and Semen.
8 so pm. AdlTJRnrJ5mUon CUs'
5:00 pm. Evening Prayer end Medita Meditation.
tion. Meditation. FRIDAY
9:00 am. Children 'a Eucharist
SATURDAY
lo oo a.m Junior Confirmation Cl.
7:30 p m. compline and Meditation.

RAINBOW cm

4-nacsjs er st alary.
The Rev. Jen L
SUNDA VB
Bung Eueharist
Chur School
Evens-ina and
1 Sm
7 JO am
,.
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion.
GATUN
Saw dnBahana4pa'm fBranMgss
The tT'Tiin" 1apa"ill3.
Priest M CluwgV
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Heiv (emmunian a JB am
and ANr 4th SUNDAYS
asorrurg prayer
and "ob -w,., ij am
mm HOLY DAYS)
8 00 am Holy fnii aalan
scb Sun. 10 jo am
St ",0 AAJO
10u Street Trartrue Lefevre
ev. curence W.
The Rev. Clarence A. CragwaU,
SUNDAYS
0:00 am Holy Communion!
7:30 am Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 neon Holy Baptism.
8 30 pm. tvemeng and
flunuaia
7 J pm 1st and 3rd, Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
8 JO pm Junior Daughters of the
Etna
we&Eda!
8 00 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
Instruction!!
THURSDAYS
0:00 p.m. Girls' Frlendlv Society.
SATURTJAYS M88tons.
o am Junior Confirmation Clam
Other Churches
CHURCH Off THE NAZARENB
Ancon, C Z.
Mtobtot: Bar. Etsaer o. Nelson
Box 58. Ancon. C.Z. Balboa 2801
Sunday School 0:45 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Youth Service 8:45 p. m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
njau, service .......... 1:000m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .. 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama B.. 23rd Street East
Be. S. N. Bran. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
Sunday ainae 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Maasaa 7. 7:45 U:5
Kio ntsaia. LP Bun Oat acnoai ai
l:M pm
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetl nag Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. -I Win Memorial
8M Balks Bead, Balboa.
CHURCH Off
Off LATTER-DAY SAINTS (
i
Sunday meeting to the LDS Chanel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School 8:00 a.m.
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting 8:00 p.m
Primary: Thursday 2:00 pm
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Breach
Building 200. Scheolhou Rosl
Oatun. Canal Zone.
lelephon, Gatun SM or Cristobal MS?
sunaav scnooi iu:i am. aunoav sec
ernent Meeting 8:30 p.m Prieshood
Meeting (JO pm Wednesday Prinary
&:30 pm. Wednesday Kener society moot
ing aa announced.
ANT CHURCH
arm
K
Phone Res. 83-7113
Sunday School 8:30 am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 em.
Yodth Fellowship a. 8:00 p.m.
Eevenlng Worahip 7:00 p.m,
Prayer and Pra se wed v:uu p.m.
A church nuraey I provided for your
a,
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Arrbaagelv
UtbSt Heat No 1
Hola kuchariat: Sundae ai I JO am
Tuesday Wednesdays end rhurdev
k.to am
Sacrament 01 Unction (Heeling
36 pm
Panama R p
t Rev
T. jam, a D.
r allowable Worahus at 11 :M
Sunday School at MM P
divine service 01 lae pm
BAHA'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanize cite S3 Carmen, Panama City
informal Talk end Diacuaalono
Thursday ..300 pm
Caloo, ttfe Front Streets
fMBtaba American Baxaar)
CJamaa. Thursdaya. J JO pm
MISSION CHURCH
Esplba St., Paraleo, c-z.
Rev Waldeba H Stewart, Patter
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worahip Service.
3:00 pm Sunday SchooL
7:15 pm. Goenel Service.
Monday: 7 JO Young People Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
xnursday: :oo cnoir nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women' Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH Off GOD
7838 Eighth Street Colon
Bev. G. W. GrandlsoB. Pastor
Sunday Schol 3:30 a.m,
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m,
Night Service 7 JO pm
FIRST CHURCH Off ODD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad its.
Bain bow City. Canal Zone
Ray. O. W. Oaaaalaan. Paater
Morning Worihin (:00 am.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7 JO p nt
THE CHURCH Off GOD
New Providence
Mr. Maude Hine. Pas tar
SundaV School 10:00 a m
Morning Worship 11 JO a m.
Night Service 7 JO pm.
THE CHURCH Off GOD
Panama City
Cor. "N" and Mariano Arosemen St.
Rev. fa. J. Johnson. Paster
Sunda v School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Night Service 7 :30 p m
TBI
CBUBCH Off GOD Rio I
Meate Oscure Rd.-Klh SI.
Abajo
war. naa. a. aiiana. rum
-aw .
Paster
sunoay scnoo
. 9:30 a m
Morning warship 10:30 a m,
Night
Wvum
7:30 p m
CHURCH Of GOD (Peotecostall
Rev. B E. WaUon, Overseer
Phone 3-428. Box 853. Gamboa
Church at Parafso, C.Z (Rev. and
Mrs.
r. Herman G. Whvte). Colte R.P
5R
remando Lorance), Rio Abajo
na Mt. cnane riaynesi, ana
lea Hsvnes
and Mm Clifford Gn
weekday service at
ai)
WW
Bev Carl
V. Thompson, Minister
Box 278. Gam
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murjez Coward. 0-3, Costa Rioan Security Forces, looks at a display board which shows
mounted In bottles the different components that make up the present day Army Garrison
ration. Left to right are, Capt. Bermudez, Capt. Hfadio A. Burgos, school operations officer,
and CWO-3 John P. Hulka, Sr., chief of the Food Service Division. While visiting the school,
Bermudez attended the graduation of 50 Costa Rican students from the school's seven-week
military police course. (U.S. Army Photo)

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER ti, 1S54

-FAG I EIGHT
Michigan's John Herrnstein Newest Big' College Player

Big Boy Cracks Line,
Runs Like A Halfback

vly HARRY GRAYKW

ARBOR. Mich. (NEA)

Herrnstein was bred to play

lor Michigan.

John, the newest "big" play-

college football, is one remark

ithlete who needed no mauee mauee-or
or mauee-or pressure to come to Ann
f x 1. A IK.,-, V

His greai uucic, wrai

played nauDacK wiAn

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fullback

Riff

Win

too high for the ideal fullback,"
explains Michigan's head man,
"but like Daley, he's tall and so
nowerful in the lees, especially in

the thighs, that, he runs right
through tackier. He' the bes t
spinner we've had since Don Dufek

in 1950. Before tne seasot. is nnisn
ed, he may be the best since All
America Boh Westfall of 1939-40

41. He's just a big, finely coordin

mi

fimiuM nnint.i-minutc teams Ot IS I ""-""-

Ol-fll. Albert Herrnstein is still ac

tivt ia Chaiicothe, 0., where
young John played high school foot
tall, basketball and baseball.
; Jan's father, William, perform
d tar Michigan in 1923-24-25. Ben

no jpasterbaan, a pass caicning

anapnas tne eioer nerr nnems

ite as a sonhomore in 25.

Herrnstein was a fine half-

weishina about 161 as a, sent-

calls coach uost e r d a a n,

where do those fellow get

. like John, who as a sopho-

just Dareiy u, weigns tic

and is a good three inenes

than his dad?"

Fisher also has an eve on

Ite left-hand throwing and batting

iter who stands just shy of

feet three. The Wolvenne base

ill coach can't wait to see him

ch or play the outfield.

VTk tall mm fin nrfl

pt says Fisher, "and watch
Tafchlm run with and throw a foot
falrassures me that he is."

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Herrnstein demons t r a t e d his

speed against Army by breaking

through the line and racing

yards for a touchdown. Against
UCLA, he scored on a six-yard
smash that left stunned tscklers

strung in his waka clear into the

end zone, and heTtm like a half-1

hack once b gets in the open

AGAINST MICHIGAN STATE,

Herrnstein fired a left-banded pass
that was intercepted and set up
the Spartans' field coal. Later he
fumbled twice when tho Wolverin

es seemed almost certain to go in
for a touchdown. The last bobble

killed whatever chance the Wolver

ines had to score, for a few minute

later rain fell in buckets

A less courageous you n g s t e r
would have been broken by such

breaks. Herrnstein, in the depths

of despair after the game, was pat

ted on the back by oosterbaan am

.old to 'Forget it. You have you-

Bold Ruler
Choice to Cop
Garden State

Table Tennis Tourney Singles
Semifinals, Finals Tonight

CAMDEN, New Jersey, Oct.
tJ (OT) The largest pats
in the history of horse racing;
has attracted a field of 19 to to-dayat
dayat to-dayat the Garden State track.
The event is the J3U.2H
Garden State Stakes" and
"Bold Ruler" fc a sold (6-"
favorite to lead the field of
two-year-olds across the &
The son of "Nasnillah" would
pick up a Httle over T7MH u
he wins the nUe and one-sixteenth
test. The calumet en entry
try entry of "Iron Llage" and "Har "Harbison"
bison" "Harbison" is second choice (at
1Rold Ruler, breaking from
the 'nslde post, mtn he ridden
by Ted Atkinson. Eddie Arca Arca-ro
ro Arca-ro was to have handled Bold
Ruler but the little veteran is
sitting out a M-day suspension
for careless riding at Keene Keene-land
land Keene-land last week.
Following his usual custom,
trainer Sunny Jim Fitsslm Fitsslm-mons
mons Fitsslm-mons arranged for Bold Ruler
to be entered 24 hours ahead
of tme. Sunny Jim's foreman
Bart Sweeney explained, "I
wouldn't want to forget this.''
The latest horse to he named
for the race is "Bakht" owned
by Walter Jeffords.
All hut three of the entries

. UIU III Jl UlftVU IV, A WU W V. .Tl --

whole future ahead of you and thi, now have jockeys. Bottemia

iTY JOHN HERRNSTEIN,

udsome kid, averaged 4.6

per carry In his first three

lege games and against oraae

(competition. He played 4 minutes

st UCLA, 38 against rugged

ichigan State and 22 ruining Ar

my. The playing time in itself is an
extraordinary performance for a
iaagreen at Michigan, where so-

lores are regaraea as novice?

brought along carefully.

(formally, Oosterbaan, as con-

trative in tnis respect as nis pre

ssors. Hurry Up Yost, Harry

Kipke and Fritz Crisler, does not
believe in tossing youngsters into
the complex modern game of col
lege football indiscriminately.
This fall, however, a pair of

musters. Herrnstein and Bob

tacek, showed so well that Ooster

i started both, the latter at left

Id. Ptacek, another Ohioan

tut of Cleveland, has been re

bv Jim Pace, junior letter

man, but there is no one in sight

challenging Hernnstein.
Herrnstein reminds Oosterbaan
M BUI Daley, who bowled them
mm for Minnesota in 1940-41-42
'and for Michigan, when war reg regulations
ulations regulations shifted him there in '43.
"Normally, I'd say John runs

one can't be replayed."

Herrnstein was a dedicated

young man against Army. His ball

handling and plunging were thaf
of a seasoned professional. He de
layed each time 'for a split second
making sure he had the ball and

helping to throw the charging Ca Cadet
det Cadet line off stride.

Like Ron'Kramer, another Mich

igan great who started as a sopho

more in his first game, John Herrn Herrnstein
stein Herrnstein would fit naturally into any

football combination

He's the kind of player who will

be talked about for years.

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showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today!

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GAMBOA 1:15
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PARAISO 6:15 7:15
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SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:15
"Court Martial of Billy Mitchell"

CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:35 "THUNDER IN THE PINES"

stable still needs a rider for

"Ambehaving." And Mrs. Ada
Rice's pair 'Take Note" and
'Buddy" need jockeys. It's
understood that several- mid
western riders are under con consideration
sideration consideration for the three assignments.

Yama Bahama K0'$
Tex Gonzales; Gets

Shot At Giambra

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 Mid Middleweight
dleweight Middleweight Yama Bahama, dan dangerous
gerous dangerous young boxer puncher

from the Island of Bimlni, earn earned
ed earned his first ahot at a" ranking
pnntpnder hv knocking out Tony

(Tex) Gonzalez In the third
round of their TV-radio fight
before 4,112 at Madison Square
Garden last night.
Yama, 23, will be matched ap apparently
parently apparently with Joey Giambra of
Buffalo, N.Y., number 10 con con-tender,
tender, con-tender, at the Syracuse '(N.Y.J
Memorial Auditorium, Dec. 5.
Matchmaker Billy Brown start started
ed started the negotiations today.
Gonzales of East Orange, N.J.
weighing 159 pounds to Baha Bahama's
ma's Bahama's 153 1A was knocked out at
59 seconds of the third round on
his second trip to the canvas In
that session.
Pari of the $12,588 gross gate
will go to the St. Joseph's home
for boys at Englewood, Cliff,
N.J.
Hoople System

Pays Off Again

Egad! Zounds!
I hrrmpph! Told you

readers of The Panama Amer

ican the Junior College and
Cristobal High School would

finish their gridiron tussle in a

0-0 score. Dr. zoiotney scoireo,
and. indeed, so did many of

you readers, egad, .

But tne Hoopie system,
hrrmpb, based upon the total
membership of the Owls Club,
minus the speed of light, tmes
the miles covered by John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles during 1955, scores
again. More respect for the
Hoople ratings, if you please,
dear readers, egad!

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ONE OF FOUR George Grannum, one of the seml-flnalists
In tonight's singles table tennis play, Is a far from being a
stranger In that round. For four years, Grannum has won
the USO-JWB Table Tennis championship and added those
trophies to the one he holds for being Panama's national
champ. In action tonight he plays Stanley Hall, who lost the
Panama title to him. All games begin at 7:30 at USOnJWB.

Military singles, semi-finals
and finals; military doubles fi finals:
nals: finals: mixed doubles semi-finals

and finals; and civilian singles
and doubles semi-finals will be
played tonight at (the USO-JWB
on La Boca Road as the Fifth
Annual isthmian Table Tennis
Tournament draws to a near near-finish.
finish. near-finish. Time for all action to

begin will be 7:30.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Cristobal, Junior College
Huff And Puff To Scoreless
Water-Logged Tie At Balboa

Cristobal High School swapped

The singles will be played by y,,"" X E
i inhn staffnrrt nd rarl Per- hu"s nd PU with the Junior

KNOCK EM DOWN No. 1

Don't Hold Up Crowd,
But Wait For One On Right

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. BE RIGHT Pel Treybif shows that the bowler on his rirht
L should be allowed to roll first under alley etiquette.

First of 12 written for
NEA Service and
The Panama American
By PETE TREYBIG
(1954 Southwest All Events
champion and holder of 20S high
season average in Houston Trio
League.)
i
THE first things to learn about

any sport are its customs and
rules of etiquette.

These are easy in bowling be

cause all stem from ordinary com

mon sense and normal considera consideration
tion consideration for the other fellow team

mates and rivals.

Show up on time. If you don't,

you may handicap your team and

cause the next league to get a

late start.

Remain on the settee aw?itmg

your turn. Root for : teammates

Refrain from heckling opponeU.

Be ready to roll promptly, but

do not pick up your ball or start

your approach until bowlers on
adjoining alleys have completed

theirs. (Remember the fellow on

the right has the right of way.)

Avoid excessive aiming as

can slow the game considerably.
After releasing the ball, com complete
plete complete your follow through and use
your own approach to return to
the settee.
All of us have seen bowlers to

through various antics after re releasing
leasing releasing the ball.

These are great for showman showmanship
ship showmanship but, if they annoy other bowl bowlers,
ers, bowlers, should be eliminated.

NEXT:
mtnt.

Johnny King on oquip-

Lt. John Stafford and Carl per

kins versus capt. Paul Cromwell
and Alfred Crlmmlns. The win winners
ners winners will play against each other
in the finals of the military
bracket.
The finals of the military
doubles will be played between
Stafford-Cromwell and Lt. R.
Nesbltt-R. selkowitz.
In the civilian bracket the
best players of the Republic will
see action as George Grannum,
national champion and four-

itlme winner of the event, plays
against Stanley Hall, who lost In

the national cnampionsnip to
Grannum also Arthur Joseph,
for the last four years runner-up

to Grannum in the event a-

galnst a newcomer, Hiram

Johnson. The doubles will also

feature some very hotly contest contested
ed contested games between such good

combinations as Hall-Juan de la
Guardia, Grannum -Luis Moreno

and others.

The finals of the civilian

bracket and the championships
in the men's singles and dou doubles
bles doubles will be played on Monday
night, beginning at 7 at the

USO-JWB Service center.

Prizes which have-been dona

ted by merchants of Panama
will be awarded also oh Monday

night af.er all games are fin finished.
ished. finished. Donors of the prizes are:
Jewelry Store Tahiti, who dona

ted tne tropny lor tne singles

champion; jewelry store Fast-

llch, two trophies for the dou doubles
bles doubles champions; Fidanque Trav Travel
el Travel Service, two trophies for the
mixed doubles champions. Oth Other
er Other prizes were given by Irving
Zapp S.A., Rodelag, La Mascota,

Joseph Grossman S.A., Army-

Navy, Store, Abadi Hermanos,
Rlcardo, Novedades Morrison,
Foto Wolf, La Aurora, Noveda Novedades
des Novedades California, Hotel "El Pana

ma," El Economico, Felix B. Ma

dura, Motta's, I. L. Maduro, Tus-

sieh S.A., Jewelry Sore Hawaii,
Rrosfh Maiirirln Rnnlr Stnrp

MVUMW, uv. J .......
Preciado, Wlznltzer Herm. and

Salomon perelra.

Results of the games played

on Wednesday nignt;

(Civilian singles) Grannum

over Patrick Felix, 21-14, 21-19;
Joseph over Walter Chandler,
21-8, 21-11; and Johnson over
John Ng, 21.-17, 21-14;
(Military doubles) perkins-A.
R. Powell over John Tapry-F.R.
Lewis by forfeit; and Nesbftt Nesbftt-Selkowitz
Selkowitz Nesbftt-Selkowitz over Perkins-Powell,
21-17, 20-22, 21-17;
(Mixed doubles) carol proverbs-Antonio
Howell over Mrs.
Cromwell-Cromwell, 21-16, 21 21-17;
17; 21-17; Susana Leon-Thomas Chu
over Lulsa de Chlal-Tony Tau,

this 21-9, 21-11; Veronica Walker-R.

uanieis over uuve Han-Kennein
Blanchett, 21-14, 14-21, 21-17;
and jeannette McFarland-Gran-num
over Walker-Daniels, 21-18,

.21-18;

(Civilian men's doubles) Frank
Blades-A. Goode over N. Evers-ley-C.
Eversley by forfeit; Theo
Nightengale-Blanehect over Ral Ralston
ston Ralston Klrten-R. pate by forfeit;
V. Sampson-Alfredo Clarke over
Humberto McKail-John Brack Brack-ins,
ins, Brack-ins, by forfeit; Grannum-More-no
over Blades-Goode by forfeit;
Ng-Yau over Sampson-Clarke,
21-18, 21-12; Nightengale-Blan-

College for four quarters of wa

ter-logged football last rugnt,
but couldn't make good on any

of four glittering opportunities
as Che two teams fought to a
0-0 standstill.

Tt was a serious tie for Cristo

bal, who had beaten JC 14-0 ear

lier this season. Now all derend

Tiger 30 once, that in the first
quarter when they w n to the
29 and lost the ball on a bob bobble.
ble. bobble. With the exception qf little
Joe Cicero, JC backs were stop stopped
ped stopped most of the night The Col Collegians
legians Collegians only gained 48 yards as

opposed to 153 for their visitors.

it was a mgnt or. punting, too.
JC kicked six times, the Tigers

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ing champion Balboa must df to 'four. None were blocked.

win tne Cttle again is to win an

other same. Cristobal has lost

once (to Balboa) and played two
ties. Balboa has a league stand standing
ing standing of 2-0.
Last n'ght's game attracted
about 400 weather darers,
many of them from the Atlan-
tic side. Rain fell an hour be before
fore before kickoff and durng the
entire first half.
The wetness made the first
half a loosely played game with

only one minor tnreat to scor scoring.
ing. scoring. That was by the Tigers, who
took the opening kickoff and
marched JC walward. They

pushed to the 18, but fumbled

tne Dan away,
in the third period, Cristobal

tried again; but their lack of
cashing In on opportunltlescost
them a possible score. JC's quar quarterback
terback quarterback punted from his own 16

and saw his high kick returned
to the 21 a net boot of only
five yards. Ray Croft went six
yards tto the 15, but twb consec

utive losses ended the chance.
Early in the fqurth quarter,

played almost entirely inside

the College 30, JC again puntea
this Wme to the 40. Cristobal
went to work rigaln with Gib Gibson
son Gibson slipping five yards and Croft
adding seven to the 29. After a
penalty, Gibson made the long longest
est longest run of the night, a 15-yard-er
up the middle that carried to
the 14. Then, with CHS fans
cheering hopefully, the Tigers

did nothing- and tne attack bog bogged
ged bogged down 15.
But, they still had another
chance their last with a min minute
ute minute anoVhalf to play. College
fumbled 'on Its own 19. Gibson
carried to the 14, David Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne lost two, and Croft

pounded to the 12-yard line.

Then Cristobal bogged again.

Two plays lalter, the game end ended.
ed. ended.
College only got inside the

GRAPFLER Arg e n 1 1 n
wrestler "The Gypsy" tomor-.
row night tackles "The Moor
from Brazil In questt of hie sec second
ond second straight victory hj Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The Gypsy defeated Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's Shazam fast Sunday.
Other bouts tomorrow will fea feature
ture feature Panama's "Shadow" a a-gairist
gairist a-gairist Chile's "Phantom" and
Peru's "Scorpion" versus Mex Mexico's
ico's Mexico's "Assassin."

chetfti over Oscar Jordon-Alfonso
Small, 22-20, 21-18; Grannum Grannum-Moreno
Moreno Grannum-Moreno over F. Carrin'gton-G.
Cumberbatch, 21-18, 24-22; and
Alson Gillette J o h n son over
Jules Perryman-R. Seales, 23-21,
21-19.

Pinelli Isn't
A Goombar

He's McGuire
NEW YORK (NEA)-When flabt
Pinelli, the retiring umpire, work worked
ed worked his last game behind the plate
in the World Series, he stopped in
to say goodbye to the Yankees.
"You and I are distant relatives,
you know," he said to Gil McDoug McDoug-ald,
ald, McDoug-ald, the shortstop. "Your mother's
side of the family is McGuire. And
my wife's mother was a McGuire
too."
''All this time," Yogi Berra said,
"I thought we was cousins. Now
you tell me you got Irish in you.
No wonder I never got a break off
you."

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Pro Football's 'Standings' Upside Down Puzzleh

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1958

ir
TABLE'S TURNED

Hl o4Asrw
HLM QUICKLY' IN Hw
SuMUnH football fggUE

ro IBi

But Cardinals, Lions Have
Solid Reasons For Victories

Best Dressed
Fight Crowd?

J JIMMY BRESLIN

I With Lamar McHam, who wa;

a sinale wing tanoaclc at Arkar.'

NEW YORK NEA The
fignt business, which has found
it oa an infaara 1 no rt nf r ho

NEW YORK (NEA) If yi-ulaas. running the show. OUie Mat- "H .",,. 'Zrv ha

talk to Ray Richards of the Chi- son, Johnay Olszewski Frani Be- -ake on sponsorin
cago Cardinals or Buddy Parker rnardi, Alex Burl and Dave Maru New york
of the Detroit Lions, you'd cornel sprinted through opposition at a wh. c'nnvsin riarden In
away with the idea that there is better than 250 yards per game w"n3aTf J

coining starting aoout the N.uon- average, onT amaV dubl and he

di i-uuiu.u -cnuc siduuuij, iney Began oy souiuag uui i' nnl hnv1nr nrnmhtinn in tie!
"We have the fastest backfield Rrowns who bad whinocd the ?ni? boAZrom"on l" "e

MARGARITA LEAGUE
Seventh Week
Tht standings remained prac practically
tically practically unchanged this week trtth
Butler still retaining the lead
ven though they lost three
points to the second place
Wright Bros. Kirkendallled the
was Oonoter's 481
Agenda Kam got a good grip
n third place by taking three
points from Casa Yohros who
dropped into seventh place. Ho Ho-gan
gan Ho-gan led the Yohros teamwith a
572 wbilt Kam's Rudy, Stepp,
and Rinehart each produced a
550, 536 and 526 respectively.
The Aces, still in the cellar,
were only able to take one point
from the Police who are baitting
.500 at this point having won 14
points and lost the same, stew stew-art
art stew-art led the cops with a 556
while Spinney led the Aces with
a 558.
The Natal Station moved into
sixth place as they took two
games and total pinfall from
Powells. These two teams, inci incidentally
dentally incidentally led all three classes in
high series. The Navy's Hoppe
took Class A and Lowe took
Clan B. each rolling a 578 se series.
ries. series. Eder of Powells had a 501
series to take Class C

STANDINGS

i
Butler ....
WrisW Bros

Agencia Kam

Police Asan
Powells
Naval Staticrt .......

casa Yonros
Aces

Won Lost

18 10

Judge i
Brooks
Graham
Conove r
Benson
Stroon i

Hicks

Sebommer
Reeeia .
Kirkendali
St. John

. 133
. 133
. 167

. 159
if
732

r743 781
Wright Bros.
. 139 167

. 167
. 125
154
& 158

tier

50 174

158
179
146
124
781
0

16
15
14
13
13
12
11

148
142
137
145
159

12
13
14
15
15
16
IT

472
275
428
481

4641

124

Tully
Guest
Martin
DeRaps
Stewart

Police Assn.
. 134 137

. 159
. 145
. 171
. 170

159
181
162
209

182
183
144
161
177

453
501
470
494
556

779 848 847 2474

Naval Station

Hoppe ... 192 182

Lowe .... 177

Jodice

Booth .
Cannon .
Juskow s k i

167
169
169

188
115
166
162

Wright, J.
Nordstrom
Eder .
Bell ..
Dougan

874 813
Powells
. 128 152

. 158
. 146
. 140
. 136

204 578
lOTo

' 282
173 508
157 488
165 165
"912 2599

in tne league, Loach K.cnar.is

ays. "That's why we're doing so

well?

"Bobby Layne is fine again,"
Parker says. "And we're getting

a load of help from rookies,
to the professional football fol

lower, it's a bit different The arm. Don

on a

give-away plan.

rr.e

And

,, ri- nnrmn nnpmrinfv

I -J. 10 .trai.KI Hiii9-iU' "t" o

.. "--"- chants

crew men a.smaniiea uie nn- u.;thnf t-Tu.i.inn

rZ iff ?aJlh7. EssIm -Sunnyaide had been shuttered,!
Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. app4rently for g0od, when a 13-
a tJTTau ucal television contract feU

, V v: r" tnrouen. But Buddy Lee, a

IUUV4I UiViV

to it than Layne, clothing outfit, came up with a
Mcllhenny, a siamm-, ... hSM, th,.

mire fact that the Cardinais and mg halfback out of Southern Meta : tuuL"

Lions are in first place in their oHst, is a big part of a ground- "Tlket
respective divisions constitute? gobbling attack that has put De-7n"i-7,

pian based on tne give-away

a Philadelphia supei supei-worked
worked supei-worked with Villauova

major from reversal. Last year, troit back at the top. The rest of
the Cardinals won four of 12'the overland business aoes with

gmes. The Lions won only three
and finished in last place.
Add to this the defending cham champion
pion champion Cleveland Browns' situation
and you have one of the strangest

nnxups in league history. Right! the ball. Ott Granm has mad

now. the ehanrps are that Pant I hi ratirenwnt stint and it &v

the strong 'egs of Howard Cass-'
ady the Ohio State All America;
who bunces through massive lines
at close to five yards per carry!

The Browps simply can't mov.j

Sports Briefs

ROME (Wy- The Italian Auto-
l:i sii t .t i i try

Brown's team will have to strua-lto have opened the way for a 7. V",".!

rl tn finish t vtn ,.i. j, fr'u nU.u answer w wie aiiieu muiiajjuus

mZ .T. i o.. j "J"" r-SLZJTZZ" 500-mile classic.

JUC nuics naius, wiuucrsi smius as a resident genius. uerj Tu. thrnnsh Prinn. Crr

are more than a few who credit cjok m 'Ca3tagct0) announced
his unmatched success in the P'J, Wednesday night the formalization
game to Graham. L( 500-mile auto race to be

ON PAPER, IT'S A crazv; Th, Brown ,, one- norfrl1 -nouauy ne aowiiviac

situation. But when you go overground attack develooed'a ba l 01 nz"' ne,r. i";

u, .1 1 - 1 - onsen rare w i n n 1 c r lie i

uie on me iieul

it seems perfectly olausible

of the western Conference title
last season, won only one of the

um tour this trip

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JSSJSJ
HSaJgp mr

CHEVROLET-BU1CK KEGLERS A hard fighting team in the Diablo Business Women's;
League is the above Chevrolet-Buick club. (L to r): Capt. Liz Coleman, Dottle Williams, Helerr
Biel, Eatelle Frankel and Sue Boles,

1 I J j in

(uij fcavr-lrI- Z iL i vvuvu race wuuiu inciuue me iu

fectly'oSe1 ilhThM w'ZV L'Zr? American drivers in

The Cardinals went through the potent baic.rr. T"Z aZ !X!

a straight! Los Aneeles started with a eood w -T:l ..7.l

looking victory over Philadelphia, :compete in tne mdiatnapotis clas j
then dropped three in a row, in- sic
eluding a 42 17 belting by', the . I
GVLl!! a' a L BROo'kLYN, N Y. (UPKE. J.
A lot of things that didn t ficuie ii!,i o...; ; a .,,

have happened, as the BrowAi tfiat the Btooklyn Dodgers have
and Rams can testify. j turned down two 1300.000 offers for

pitcher Don Newcombc. I

Bavasi, wno is one of tne Moot Mooters'
ers' Mooters' vice presidents and who is

exhibition season with

1 and lost five O fsiz Richanlii

club seemed a cinch for a inw

finish, but when the games start started
ed started to mean something, the C.mr.

dinals switched to a split- T and
promptly ran everybody in sight
out of the park.

Hit

Here's Horse Event That's

-Whit No Mutuel Windows

Collegians Playing Football
Again This Season Instead Of
Aggressive Type Of Basketball

By OSCAR FRALIY

. NEW YORK (UP)- The colle-

174

178
129
163

131
125
177
167
175

411
457
501
436
474

708
24

796
24

775 2279
18 66

732 820 793 2345

Anthony. Spieser
Gel Bouts In 175-lb
Elimination Tourney

NEW YORK. Oct. 27 (UP)

ny Anthony and Chuck Spieser. the

only two UJ. conienaers in m e
light heavyweight division, are
now slated for bouts in the new
tournament to produce a new 195 195-pound
pound 195-pound ruler in case Archie Moore
becomes heavyweight king on Nov.
30.

wis season instead of masquerad- with.

uig in wnai a mourn so to an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive type of basketball.
For too many years the forward
pass has completely dominated
the game, if you happen to be
one of those who likes to see
backs bang with the ball' or run
off a sweep play with stirring
speed. It was pitch, punt ana
pray.
But this season the forward pass
is back where it originally was
meant to be, as an adjunct to the
running game designed to keep
the defense from jamming too
tight.

Oklahoma, which is running

neaa na neaa wn Mici

oiaie m ne race for mythic

mtHittaa xhe

verd ealneH m

ne umi. in tout games it

gone into tne an for a total, rf
only 250 yards.
Of possible high significance Is
the unalterable fact that the lead leaders
ers leaders in national passing are hav having
ing having a rough time of it this sea season.
son. season. Washington State, the leader
with 155 attempts and 1,170 yards
tamed in fiye games, has won two
against three losses.

By HARRY GRAYSON

NEW YORK

National Horse

'.ough. Mexico, with Bri? -Geh. may be a Ions way from sucKlrtp
Humbeito Mariletf leading; has The Gardsn State nr Relmoiute

(NEA) The two civilians on its side, for the Futurity, but it is much motif

Show unques- nrst time, ireiana nas its army wholesome, as far as this -di

S.-2S '"iue"r, IV" tionablv would attracc more at- team, seventh in this

wunuom me store wmie mwt ut h c-s, -iw,.. n nil

SJiJhTSSn tn ?Z Patade. but tends pn'dvilian team. The United States
Lh mh,ft an"l reminder that dobbin toam also is all civilian and pub-
wno made tne oners. can still do quite nicely without1 11c supported. It finished ev-
MPDFORD Itais f UPV-Tufts mutuel windows. enth in last June's Olympics.
v3S$ and SprTngfStf CoK JM many thingsdraw well jit, nJ tJSin-e,B"
announced separately Wednesday Madlson Sque i Garden these onstration of horsemanship,
that tbey- have passed- Op oppor-;days. so the 68th National jCon-,

iillaUlUE iui cafstav y-j" a, v. t"""" gnauvis vntabuj
nights, Oct. 30-Nov. 6, is consld- jof horse player has no idea, tor
erable in the way of evidence : example, thsii- four timea as
that interest In horses is not much skill and patience ir
confined to thoroughbreds and j needed U train a flvegited

year's par'lment is concerned.

t unities to play in the Refrigera

tor Bowl at Evansville, Ind.,

pointing out it is against weir am
ltic policies to compete in post postseason
season postseason games.
SAN FRANCISCO (UP- Buck

head coach of the Am rare

y and fwrmtr coa at

California. Santa Clara and for

as the Ban Francisco Forty-NhieM,

will coach the West Footnatt aii aii-Stars
Stars aii-Stars in the annual East-West
classic here on Dee; 29.

There are only cheers for tfiS
victors. No -pari-nmtuel K'mv
flashlne cut a payoff. Whicffli
ercsllent for v, TH's
nf yesr, you see. where ouriH
sources run from a trifle s
to oprftright bankruptrv. ThV
Horse Show does not try to mak?
things worse.

mean

ai na-: sh

a, "PW a'

h

st.andardbreds at epen air gam

bllng casinos. AtCendance for the
event was up 10 P cent a year

gQ.

PLAYED WITH STILT

Philadelphia

NEA

norse tnan a trotter or pacT

The Horse's only natural gait is Davis, La Salle's oiyTinlc

the eanter. AH of the others are steo'ftnd-inmper, played

mart witar. -There
iare othef required t

tributes or tne tnre aim nvc-

Pwther
5

Evidence

731 2244
11 22

742 2286

187
148
181
159

145
159
97
201
156

1

03

370 i

536
473

Slender Anthony of New York
was matched Wednesday night for
a 10-rounder with Gordon Wallace
of Toronto, British Empire cham champion,
pion, champion, at Madison Square Garden,
Dec. 7. Anthony is the fifth-ranking
contender; Wallace, the
eight:..
Baldish Chuck Spieser of Lans Lansing,
ing, Lansing, Mich., meets Willi Hoepner of
Germany in the first elimination
at the Chicago Stadium next
Wednesday night. Spieser is num number
ber number four; Hoepner, number seven.

"Neanderthal" Type. Play
Many people deplore this return
to what they describe sneeringly
as "Neanderthal type football
But the big teams, and the hiehlv

successful ones, have learned that! Nebraska is

ball control wins football games. I The Texas

ii s a good theory that the other
team can't score when you have
the ball or if you don't give
it to them cheaply by means of

To- an interception.

Proof of this new trend to ah
old fashion is the fact that, of the
nation's top 10 teams as selected
by the United Press Board of
Coaches, only one is what can be
described as a "passim? team."

And that team, TCU, is no better

than tied for ninth in the national
rankings.

Demonstrating the trend to old old-time
time old-time head cracking, in the Pitt Pitt-Duke
Duke Pitt-Duke and USC-Wasbington games
last weekend there were a total
of only lft passes thrown. Oklahoma-Kansas
and Minnesota-Illinois
saw only 17 pass plays: Syracuse-Army
but 18 and Indiana-

The National is the culmina

tion of an entire season of shows

close to 400 of them from oneigaited horse, too appearance

end of the country to tne omer. ; behavior, way of going, etc
A total of 488 horses compete.!
Twenty-five championships are I color-wise, there isn't an event

URianoma, uie miss i unseen at any other sports event.

735 842 758 22S3

Robinson

Johnson
Rinehart
Rudy .
Stepp

Arenra Kam

173

. 211
. 177
.145
.191

150

125
165
232
166

168
134
184
173
179

491
470
526
550
536

O sterle

Wallace ,.
Gibson
Brown
Hogan

g97 838

Casa Yohros

838 2573

143

126
163'
132
204
768
25

134
132
145
138
171
720
25

180
156
155
172
197

Top Defensive lis

la a'Ij. m Tin ru

NEW yukk. uei. ti ur'-";!in competition
lahoma and Mississippi stand out,"1 "'V"

today as the nation's top aetensive
outfits among major colleges.

Divided into classes, the show

ketball.wlth Kansas'

Stilt chamberlain"
school.

wilt,

in iii

CLEVELAND (V) iVMttf!
Herb Score of the Cleveland' IP
dians struck out 263 hatters th"

proach It. Take, for example, lyear it marked the hiehet "Wie "Wiethe
the "Wiethe apoearance of 32htind-p!ck-! season total in the nminr lea'tiei
ed and decked-out members of since vbn-fHi FHIer nisr

the Royal Canadian Mounted out 348 and Hal Newbouser 275.

Following last Saturday's action,
vielded iust two

tnuehdowiis in their four games i-

while the Rebels hav limited
their opposition to an average of
126.4 yards per game.

has boys and girls ana men ana police. They run through a se-

women from 6 to 73 years oi age ries or maneuvers atop sleek

black horses which set off those
famous scarlet tunics.

There are classes for jumpers.

hunters, three and five-gaited Then Arthur Godfrey, the eel eel-saddle
saddle eel-saddle horses, harness and fine e vision man. Is ticketed for an-1
harness horses, hackney ponies, other demonstration of the clas-1

slcal movements of dressage on.

International lumpers, going his horse, Goldie. This was a big

higher and higher, hold the at-hit last year,
tentlon of the gallery to a great-1 As far as the competition is
er extent than, say, fine harness I concerned, 23" states and five
horses. They have competed nations have contributed their
throughout the world. Five be?; horses and riders. Thev488
teams are involved. horses will appear in the 119

Chile's combination army- events. 25 of which are in tne

Aggies threw onlv

Saiurdav WaafinX8 h Princeton, which headed the list
fitS wUfa 5lH Mh.n1 o" to"' defense leadership for two

r Thi 'Port where S fi t nla,;1 military police-civilian. team, championship class

M PMtfa wasn't too un- h'",7""' vsta ln .k.! not here since 1950, should prove
common not too inn an hold over Michigan aiaie in rusn-

"If you don't Have the horses,"! ln defense "'lth a 95 0 pw garae
ays Columbia's Lou liitUe, average.

wen you have to throw it and , j
take vour r-h.nr.c nt ir Other defensive leaders are Mis

have the horses, it's far better to'sissiPP' in toward pass defense
mt 'mm oollnn and Cnlnradd in nuntine.

ftniiup v m-

The prize money $32,415

Today Encnnto .35
Van Johnson In

"23 Paces To Baker Street!

In Cinemascope r

Kay Kendall in
"ABDULLAH'S HAREM"

Twtev lOfAl .20 r
Richard Travis In
"MASK OF THE DRAGON"
George Raft in
"MAN FROM CAIRO" t

Which is what they're doing.

Pro Football Loop Rookies

Making Good In Big Way

By EARL WRIGHT Jeter of the Chicago Bears, and
mi.- m i : ,. halfback Preston Carpenter of the
The National F ootball League, Cleveland Browns
wasn't impressed by the rookies r The Cardinals (4-0) defend the

u nraiieo mis year Dm several oi, Eastern Division's onlv nerfeef

Eddie Machen Eyes

Hurricane Jackson
After KOing Holman

PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 27 (UP)
Unbeaten Eddie Machen, a light lightning
ning lightning fast puncher from Redding,

Calif., today eyed a tentative date
:.u T u,,w;, T 1

after hw knockout win over b I ginri;;;v ;

them, particularly Don Mcllhenny

and Lenny Moore, are making
good in a big way.
The Detroit Lions drafted How Howard
ard Howard (Hopalong) Cassady, Ohio
State's highly-publicized All-America
halfback, No. 1 to fill the gap
left by the retirement of Doak
Walker. Hopalong has shown
promise but Mcllhenny, Detroit's
third draft choice, has performed
brilliantly.
Mcllhenny has scored five touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and ranks fifth in the

league in rushing with 286 yards

record against the Washlnelon

Redskins (1-3) Sunday at Chicago.
The Cardinals are picked to win
because their defensive unit has
given up the fewest points in the
league, 43.
Sunday's other selections: Rams
(1-3) over Lions (4-0) at Los An Angeles;
geles; Angeles; Bears (3-l over Forty Forty-Niners
Niners Forty-Niners (1-3) at San Francisco;
Packers (2-2) over Colts (18) at
Baltimore; Giants (3-1) over
Eagles (2-2) at New York; Browns
(1-3) over Steelers (1-3) at Cleveland.

johnny
night.

Holman here Wednesday

Stilson 1
Stone .
Halliday
piecrows k i
Spinney .

'793 745 885 2423
Aces
188 156 132 476
163 148 140 451
141 126 177 444
148 174 167 489
206 152 200 558

457
414
463

442. Commenting on his seventh
572 round kayo of Holman, the sev-

lenth ranked heavyweight credited
860 2348 : his sharp left jab through the ear ear-25
25 ear-25 75 ly rounds with the win.

The fight was carried to a na nationwide
tionwide nationwide audience by radio and
television over the ABC network.

It was the first fight ever beamed

nationally from the Pacific Northwest.

GOLF GROWTH

846
1

756
1

847 757

New York (NEAl Durine

816 2418' the first nme months of lDf6
1 3 there were 241 new golf courses
; under construction in the United
817 2421 1 States.

propnaie, a ne lurns into waiter s I
replacement. Like Walker, he!
played college football at Southern!

Methodist.

Moore also came to the pro

.. U.I.U mm! t w T4 1 M

wuy uukju oyvi mi Lai iui uie oai-
timore Colts, who have lost three
cames since winning their opener.
The former Penn State halfback,
who was drafted No. 1 by Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, has scored four touchdowns.
Other rookies who appear to
have the talent necessary to make
good in the pro circuit include end
Leon Clarke and fullback Joe Mar Marconi
coni Marconi of the Los Angeles Rams;
halfback Don Schaefer and center
Biro Peilearim of the Philsdcrohta

Eagles; quarterback Gary Click Tarkio College

and end lweii ferry of the Pitts- vonege 7
burgh Steelers; halfback Perry Mesa College 16, Otero 7.

Football Results

West Cheer State 15, East

Stroudsbtirg 7
Upsala II, Bridgeport 8
North Texas State 19, Youngs Youngs-town
town Youngs-town 12

Kansas 21, Oklahoma A and M

IS
Denver 2b, New Mexico 14
St. Thomas 38, Haml nf 6
Deimar 2d, Mexico Poly Tech 7

Central States 21 Northwesteru I

Mat r.atUa 11
MWWS swvvprv 'fF

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SATUEDAT. OCTOBER 27. 1951
Panama American ah independent daily newspaph
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Agenda
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
INSURANCE
(ALL KINDS)'
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JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama
Writ Box L. Balboa. &K.
ettr
Hours 8 to W. 1:30 to
Saturdays 9 to noon
After hours Pan 8-7050
Educational. Life,
Automobile. Fire. etc.
TRANSPORTES ItfltU A.
Packer.
Phonai 22451 j.22562
Loam Wt
PANAMA WDINO SCHOOL
Riding & JftAj
I to 5 a.m. ktam WW
0. Ijy JpfpOlnTTTI"1
HI-FI RECORDS
classic, popular and Ian
AGENQAS DIAZ
17 Street No. A-; 1596
Open until 1:00 VM.
Tha sacref of b a 0 dis dis-aavar.
aavar. dis-aavar. af Prnats teisnaa.
iderm" Royal iey
A wtnmittrtled tuper ,u'i'.n
product af wonderful vtt.lW-S
propertiei.
AGINCIAS LATINO AMERICA AMERICA-NASCANDANEDO
NASCANDANEDO AMERICA-NASCANDANEDO Y CIA LTD A.
f O. Bax 421S Phone I-4SU
Pant ma, B P.
CANALZONE LADIES
Do yoiAave tray halt?
It's Ixcitini .
AoMt for yon.
Y.MX.A. Beauty Stlon
Teh !38TL
LEARN BALLROOM DANCING
Group Classes and Private Les Lesions
ions Lesions for AdultsVCouples, Toon Toon-agers
agers Toon-agers and Pre-teens.
ALBOA vvj 2-4239
HARNETTDUNN
"Slim Taw firure dawn"
BODY. REDUCING
McLevy Machines, "".
Steam Bath nd tnm"
0RT0PEDIA NACIONAL
M Av. ausio Arosemena
IXHOU, trained nnup-uu.
Record Ascension
Site Is Changed
tminmf.aPOUS. Minn.. Oct. 27
(UP) A scheduled attempt at an
altitude record for a manned bal balloon
loon balloon was shifted today from Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis to Rapid City, S.D.
The N.vv said the ascension
will be made on the first suitable
day after Nov. 1. It hopes to send
two men 75,000 feet above the
earth in an aluminum gondola.
Later flights to as high as 100,000
feet are planned.
STANlfY BAKER I
Plays the role of Attains,
hot tempered and ambitious
general of Philip of Macedo Macedonia
nia Macedonia whose niece Eurydice sup
plants Alexander's mother,
Olympias on the throne of Ma
cedonia. "ALEXANDER THE
GREAT," produced, directed
and written by Robert Ros-
sen, opens NOVEMBER 1st at
the CENTRAL thru United
Artists release. The picture
was filmed in Spain in Cine
mascope and Technicolor.

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CASA ZALDO
Centrel Ave. 41

FOR RENT FOR SALE
Apartment Household
ATTENTION, T I.I Jott .built FOR SALE: Wtt ingh.ut.
madam furnished apartments, I, Uaadromat $100. 2111-D Cu-
2 bedrooms, hat, cald water. rendu. Phn 7225 aftar 5:00.
Phono Ptnm 3-4S41. fw JAL; Thrv ji,,,,
FOR RENT: Nicely ftimishad. center and cornet tablet, Br-
mall apartmont ar ream, last aain. Phona Panama 2-2982.
residential ..eti.n. 43rd Street fM tttlsvr, c,, $JOi
Bend,, washing machine. 46fh
FOR RENT: Unfurnished am Street Na. 34. Phono 3-1815.
and two-bedroom apartment naar Balla Viata.
to .... fresh. Uruguay Street Ne. a0R SALE:-3c. Itr gmen
plaitic upholstered living raem
FOR RENT: Very madam cam. 885; Underwood Standard
pletely furnished 2 bedrooms, typewriter $25; motor! 25-evcle
studio, ate., hat water, beautiful Va and at $8 and $5. 2620-
view, $200 Call 3-1899. Df Cocoli. Navy 3194.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom fur- FOR SALE: Youth bad with
nishad apartment, Aye. Peru. mattreii $25; Tappan fat stov
Call Phone 3-0088. $35; two metal dressers $10 ea.;
accordion $25; portable type-
FOR RENT: Apartment. 1 3th writer $35. All in excellent con con-Street
Street con-Street Na. 21, San Francisco. dition. 715-8. Tavarnill Street,
FOR RENT: Three -room apart- Balboa. Phana 2-2878.
",B,2iLY., Ci" FOR SALE: Genera) Electric
ama 2-Z064. Hotpoint 12-cu. ft. traaiar. used
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- f 9 i40'!'2-":.-
ments, modem, 1 1th Street Na. '" t"Eutk. w"h'""
1. P.rqu. Lef.rre, an th. main. machine $40. (60 cyej.s; jai
0.1. s.clu.irely. Call 3-4818. 7 wi,r J'
t. o i .ds and other household effects.
- ,f j Panama 3-192$.
if OR RINT: Furnished, 2 had- 'Am TT. T7
room,, living-dining roam, twa FOR SALE:- Bwdli automat.,
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St. """'" 6--
No. 27, Ap.rtm.nt Na. 4, fc-feg gmm.
Along The Fairways FOR RENT
WOMEN'S GOLF- PANAMA Rooim
GOLF CLUB

Cries of Anguish and "lower
her handicap" have been heard
from the ladies at Panama Golf
Club the past month, reason br bring
ing bring that, after three months in
terriDie stump. Katie can mis
suddenly found her game again
and has stolen the last four La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Day events. There has been
no lack of keen competition
from the opposition, and we
have had some dandy games.
Complete results are as 101-
lows:
Sept 18 Btabieford
hanai
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S. Carpenter, 33 fcotots. :
I. Robinson, Low putts.
Sept. 25 Match play against
oar, handicap:
K. Call, Down 2.
S. Carpenter, Down 3.
M. Sewell, Down 3.
I. Mullarky. Low Putts.
Oct. 2 Medal play full han
dicap:
K. Call, 84-1272.
E. perantie, Low Putts.
Oct. '9 Sableford
handicaps.
K. Call, 38 points.
I. Robinson, 33 points.
E. Perantie and Marv BIkbs,
tied for low putts.
Entering into the spirit of Na
tional Sewing Week, a string
competition was played. Oct. 16,
Results will be included in our
next bulletin, we'd like to see
more of you Amador player out
every Tuesday
USG A President
Denounces Move
To Tack Penalty
CHICAGO (UP) One of the
largest single "turning back the
clock" operations in Chicago be
gan today in advance of the re return
turn return to standard time.
Sixteen electririans of the Gen General
eral General Outdoor Advertising Co. tark tark-led
led tark-led the job of adjusting 4,300
time clocks, 200 face clocks and
170 display clocks that are shown
in light bulbs or neon tubing.
Vivian Blaine, stage and film
star, turned the first of the clocks
back from daylight time in an ad
vance cerein$jpy held Thursday
with compawEsresldent Burr L
Bobbins.
Robert O'Day, electrical super
intendent for the company, said
his crew would require almost a
week to finish the job.
Amador Fixino Ud
r
Beach Picnic Spot
r
Plans were readied this week
for work to get underway on the
construction of a picnic ground
near the Fort Amador beach.
The area, located just shore shoreward
ward shoreward from the old barracks build building
ing building on the northwest side of Peri Peri-ico
ico Peri-ico Island, will be filled in and
leveled off as soon as Engineer
equipment is free to get on the
Job.
Barbecue pits and picnic tables
will be built for the Amador
beach goers.
SPC Roy C. rioart it In
chars of th project that hat
ed electr etaoin shrdluo
been in th planning stage far
some tltrt.
Chief hold up on the work was
the location of some high power
ed electric cables running under
ground in the ana Their exact
location had lo ho determined be before
fore before actual bull dozing work
could begin. The cables have been
located and work should move a
long now, Sergeant Spears said.

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LOURDES PHARMACY
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FARMACIA LOMBARDO
ho. U IT lire
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till ei Jar AM. J it

FOR RENT : Comfortable, cool
furnished ream with excellent
meals in Campo Alegre. Call 3 3-54SS.
54SS. 3-54SS. Three-Club Tourney
On Amador Schedule
A special feature golf tourna tournament
ment tournament will be conducted at the
Fort Amador Golf club tomor-
with participants belne al-
ed to use only three clubs and
one ball.
Each match will consist of
18 holes and must bo played
tomorrow. A player may
choose any three clubs with
which he desires to tour the
course, but once the round is
started he nay not exchange
any of them. The three clubs
selected will be the only ones
carried during the match and
all shots, fairway, rough and
green, must be executed with
them.
(Th. tournament chairman
will probably be usng a J
wood, 7 iron and putter, but
don't let that influence you,
because he doesn't play well).
In addition, only one ball may
be played In the entire match,
with one exception a lose ball'
may be replaced.
The winners will be deter determined
mined determined by stroke play, and hand handicaps,
icaps, handicaps, as assigned by the Tour Tournament
nament Tournament and Handicap Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, will be used.
An entry fee of .50 cenfjs will
be charged and entries will be
accepted until 1 p.m. tomorrow.
The club will contribute to the
prize fund and each player en
tering is assured ol a good
chance of copping an award.
This "scramble" plays no fa
vorites, so everyone has an
equal chance. All members are
cordially and urgently inviied
to join the fun. Participants
are requested to form foursomes
If possible, but twosomes or
threesomes are not restricted.
The Amador club is still Inter Inter-ested
ested Inter-ested in hearing from any club
that Is willing to participate in
an inter-club match. Amador Is
willing to furnish a team of 20 20-30
30 20-30 goffers ranging from scratch
to 20-stroke handicaps.
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SPRINGFIELD, 111., Oct. 27 -(UP)
A Republican "truth
squad" charged today that Adlai
E. Stevenson quoted President
Eisenhower out of context when
he said the President in 1952 had
promised high supports for farm
prices.
Sen. Karl Mundt (R-SD) said
the President made it clear m
his 1952 campaign that he did not
favor permanent high, rigid price
supports in peacetime.

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til Central Are. Joate Iiwmh Ave. u S3 (. Via Porru ill
FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS NOVEDADES ATHIS 12 WORDS
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FOK SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Olds Coupe,
excellent condition Panama 3-
4050.
FOR SALE: Lata 1949 "91
Rockets Olds Sedan. Very
condition. Phana Bal. 1362
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2-dr.
6-cyl. Gaed mechanical condi condition,
tion, condition, new tires .ltd brake job,
$350 ar beet offer. Call Gambea
6-481 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Olds $, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition 5433-B, Dia
blo Hgts
FOR SALE: .1953 Chevrolet
4-door Station Wagon, Medal
2119. Excellent condition with
four new whitewall tube lets tires.
Panama 3-0340 or 3-1928.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4-dr, sedan deluxe with power power-glide
glide power-glide and whitewall tires, imma immaculate
culate immaculate lew mileage car, owner
must sell. Make offer Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Forder.
like new, low mileage, radio,
heater. Phone Amadar 4264.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet.
1 100 miles, 4-door, good condi condition,
tion, condition, duty free. 3-4099 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR SALE: 1955 MGTF, ex ex-cellent
cellent ex-cellent condition. Can be seen in
Hotel El Panama Garage Or tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1712 from 8 to 5 dairy
sc.pt Sunday.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldtmobile
"88" Hydramatic 4-door Sedan,
good condition. Phana 3015.
House 2606-A, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere 4-door Sedan, like
new. Lett af extras. Going to
States. Phana Balboa 4474.
Haute 2256-8.
FOR SALE) 1956 Plymouth-
Savoy 4-door, 2-tone, push-button
shift, turil lights, stainless
hubcap, ail filter, airfeam teats,
3000 miles $1995. Duffie.
2524-A, Cocali, after 4:00.
SALE: 1954 Cedilla a
da ViHe. Purchased new
Sept. '54 17,000 actual mile..
Cadillac installed Continental
kit, full power equipment, auto automatic
matic automatic eye, tinted glass, new car
condition, would cost $5900 to
duplicate today. Will accept
trad. Phone 3-1090 from
a mi ta 5 p m., after 6 p.m. 3 3-1408.
1408. 3-1408. Bon Vivanf Club
To Hold Halloween
Dance Tonight
k 91
The newly formed Bon Vlvant
Social Club will hold its inaugu
ration Halloween dMice tonignt
at the Casino Vina del Mar be-
ginning alt 8 o'clock and lasting
through until dawn.
Music for th dance, which
took several months of planning,
will be furnished by Angelo
Jaspe.and his "Super" orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Guests have been urged to
weai costumes, if they wish, to
the completely informal affair.
Prizes and gifts will be
tributed among invitees.
dls
An admittance fee of $2 will
be c ha reed tten tlemen. Ladies
will attend free.
Club members are Jorge de
Leon, Cecil Bullen,' Victor Nu Nugent,
gent, Nugent, Dunstan Nix, C. Ettrick,
H. Soley, K. Sinclair, A. de Pass,
J. Reina, B. Campbell, S. Burn Burn-see
see Burn-see and A. Manning.
Experience Counts
T.V.
RADIO
HI-FI
Antennas
Service
a Installations
Parts
Prompt Service
Fair Charge
We u anrl
recommend CAS
lubes, .the tubes
with the Good
Houtekeeetn.
Guaranty Seal.
CALL
Panama
3-1285
Via Espafta V 45th St.
Bella Vista

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FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fiber glass beat.
1 6 hp. Scott Atwater motor,
trailer and accessories, $395 all.
Call 2165 ar 6176 ASjreek.
FOR SALE: Ouracraft 14-ft.
aluminum carta, boat and acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Weighs only 100 lbs
$250. 7Vi-hp. 1956 Evinrude
meter $225. Minn-Kota silent
electric t roller $45 Panama 3 3-0340
0340 3-0340 ar 3-1928.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 3 -bedroom house
at 105 Firs Street, Lai Cam Cameras;
eras; Cameras; alta throe front lots. Tale Tale-phone
phone Tale-phone 25-3121.
FOR SALE: Lota 415, 416,
417. 418. Total of 2256 square
meters. Las Cumbres. AM lets
facing highway. Phana Balboa
3339 ar house 5729-B, Diablo
or sea H. I. Pearl at Las Cum Cumbres.
bres. Cumbres. FOR SALE: Lovely beach-front
property with furniahad concrete
house in excellent condition. All
modern conveniences, Server re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, palm trees and mil million
lion million dollar view af tha ocean.
Located So. Cliff Acres, ana mile
before Santa Oar. Pried t. sell,
$4500. Call days 25-3123.
FOR SALE: Now Santa Clara
at Sea Cliff Acres about 200 me meters
ters meters from beach, lovely concrete
house With approximately 3600
sq. meters af land. Tile floor and
roof with 5 rooms upstairs (in (includes
cludes (includes 2 bedroom.) and com complete
plete complete 2-raom servant's- quarters
balew. Original cost $10,000,
will sacrifice far $5000 with
terms to responsible party. Well
on property and light and water
furnished at $10 oar month. So.
Mrs. Anderson at Sea Cliff Acres,
1 mila on highway Before Santa
Clara.
No News Secrets
oposal Okayed
tir 1 OTTTXTAvryir-vXT a LdUi I
a
people of more information about
the operations of their govern govern-ment.
ment. govern-ment. The idea is to prohibit govern government
ment government agencies from withholdint?
information from newsmen or the
general public unless the aeenclet
have specific legal powers to do
so,
The government operations sub
committee, under the chairman
' .hi. T Oam t r 1 1
.imp IU net), J unit Cd. MOSS LI-
lani),' established during a
months-long Investigation that
many government agencies, have
been holding back information
which they had no specific legal
authority to keep secret. The a gen
cles have used their "housekeep "housekeeping"
ing" "housekeeping" rule-making authority as just
ification.
A rAIVirf All tho Haui nrnnA!
has been sent to about 100 prom
inent lawyers, judges, scientists
and journalists for their views.
The report, prepared by the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee staff, points out that
in the past federaf courts have
supported agency chiefs in their
claims ot power to withhold in
formation without specific author
ity. But the report says Congress
did not intend to give the agen
cies such power.
"Today because of the refusal
of the judiciary to look beyond
the delegation oi authority from
r.nnsrxx. up have tin iriMisatet
hIr m tha vria nl Hala.
gated authority by top-level ad
ministrators, the report states.
"The only answer lies in having
such rules and regulations subject
ed to judicial review for adequacy.
reasonableness, necessity and sub
stantial compliance with the dele
gated authority and intent of Con
gress."
One Too Many
HONOLULU, Oct. 27 (UP)
Constance Teixeira, 26, and James
Paragas, 20, were forced to cut
their honeymoon short after the
bride's picture appeared in a Sun Sunday
day Sunday newspaper.
Mrs. Teixeira'. legal husband,
August, saw the picture and com complained
plained complained to police he and hit wife
had been married nine yart, bad
six childrn atd were nver di di-six
six di-six children and were never di
vorced. The honeymooneri we're
promptly arrested.
Need as extra car?
Drive a sparkling new ear
as year own.
FIESTA CAR RENTALS
HOm EL PANAMA
CALL: Pas. i tm et 14

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RESORTS
Genell Bliss' Santa Clara Guest
Guest Haute. Overlooks ocean-.
surrounded by shade traaa. .
private steps to beach 2 mm.
walk). Gas range V refrigerator
. accommodates 8. Playground
(lighted at night), barbecue,
badminton, ping-pong, putting
green, etc. Your own bohio an
beach. Current rates. Navy 3812.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santo Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern convenances.
moderate rates.
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
batch haute. One mila past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
BEACHSIOR vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Spend your week ends et Rio
Mar, the. best bathing beach sn
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious ta serve
you,
PERSONALS
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Boat
pricet in Panama. For estimates
call 3- 4628. H.res Co. Free
pick-up and delivery.
Wonted To Rent
WANTED:- Furnished room for
2 quiet persons, preferably on
4th af July Ave. ar Bella Vista.
Phana 2-2316 office hours and
3-0234 from 7 p.m. Sunday .11
o"y.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
SOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
It your hair wild like steel wool
k" iW,lkhat.,
Mkn. toJM'f o.-ty Shop.
we have tile knewhew and mat materials
erials materials ta tame ft. Cocoli Club Clubhouse.
house. Clubhouse. Navy 3812
Kong Croup
Co To Formosa
To Greet Chiang
HONG KONG. Oct. 27i-tttm
More than 200 pro-Natiopalist
Chinese of Hong Kong left here
today aboard a BrltlBh vessel
for Formosa where they will Join
hands with Formosa's Mntlnnni.
lst Chinese in, wishing President
utimug rvHi-sncx a nappy blrtn-
Chiang's birthday is Oct. St.
The Hone Ron well-wishers
group is comprised of pctors and
actresses and pro-Nationalist
tjmnese trades union men.
Satdee A 'Day'
WASHINGTON. Oct. 27 fUP)
rresiaent Eisenhower today Dro
claimed Saturday as National
Olympic Day in honor of he 16th
Olympic Games "of the modern
era" to be held in Melboiui'e
Australia, Nov. 22-Dec. 8

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members of the tvaluaUnf Committee for Latin American Schools in the Canal Zone were
JIJwr?a5 .t a lunirieon thU week given by Oov. W. E. Potter at the beginning of their work.
2m tt X cowed of three leading educators of the Republic- of Panama who have
IwnDloved onTwnaultant fee basis for a survey of the Latin American school sysWm.
ThS wGr&&l IftSeote. of the Unlvershy of Panama; Max Arna, tons Mtata.
trL iMiitiori- and I Wofessor Temlstocles Cespedes, formerly chief of the technical serv serv-.
. serv-. at wSbti ot Educatton. The Evalu at" n Committee is ondlnL auta.tw 2
ta visiting tht various sihools. In addition to the honor guests the luncheon was attended
rV-mymei Ctt Ak sad members of the stalf oi the Division o Schools In the pic pic-tJrevr
tJrevr pic-tJrevr ahowiw f1 the camera is seen Arosemena at his left. Next in ortej
mltlDSOMMW Director, and Cespedes. Miss Emily Butcher, music super super-VSoi
VSoi super-VSoi in iSutii i Amsrtcao schools, Is seated at Potter's tight

PANAMA

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Wuriitser upright
Pne $95. Phone 27-3-5146.
FOR SALE: Piano, small up upright.
right. upright. House No.'3-91, 3rd of
November Street, Panama.
FOR SALE: 2 male Cocker
Spaniel dogs. For information
phon. Panama 2-2340.
FOR SALE: Spinet plana, solid
mahogany, like new, matching
bench. 263 A, Burro Colorado,
Gatun.
JUST RECEIVED n.w shipment
of Italian skin-diving equipment:
fins, masks and spear-guns, .11
kinds, lowest prices. El Panama.
Mcllvaine Shop, poolside.
Leaking far a Special Gift? The
Balboa Rollerdromo offers a wide
selection of now roller skates All
sixes, stylet and pricet. Order
now and be sure for Xmat Call
Balbaa 2-3120.
FOR SALE: USED PIANOS.
Good condition. Reasonably pric priced.
ed. priced. Suitable for students. CASA
ADMIRABLE, the Steinway pia piano
no piano establishment, next to tha
Lottery Building.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Air-conditioned
locale, completely .quipped.
Suitable far office, beauty parlor
or barber thop. Phone 3-4614,
from 9 to 1 .nd 3 t. 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Office spec. Su Superior
perior Superior Boll. Vista location.
Tw.lv. hundred squat, feet, two
private offices. In addition large
storage space and wash room.
No. 7, Avenida Federico Boyd,
Phone 3-0544
FOR RENT: The well known
Garden "Yacht Club," located by
tha seashore in San Francisco.
For further information plats,
call Panama 3-2825.
!
Announced
The telephone bill collection
period at the Post of Corozal has
been changed according to
Change 3, dated October 16, to
the standing operating procedures
of the USARCARIB Signal Corps
Policies and Procedures.
The collection period for sub subscribers
scribers subscribers of the USARCARIB ad administrative
ministrative administrative telephone system
at Corozal is new from 7:38 e.
m. to 4 p.m., the 5th through
the 15th of the month, whereat
it used to be from 7:38 a.m. to
4 p.m,, the 5th through the 10th
end from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
the 10th through the U5h.
Collections will still be receiv received
ed received at the Post Signal Office
(Building 732), Corozal.
Cold Feet
WASHINGTON (UP)-A lot of
Russians may have cold feet this
winter.
A Radio Moscow broadcast
monitored here said some Soviet
shoe factories have been "inad "inad-mlssably
mlssably "inad-mlssably slow" in producing win winter
ter winter footwear and many foctories
are still turning out summer
shoes.

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Chalet, spacious
grounds, quiet neighborhood 3-
1201, 2-2724.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, dining room, living
room, parch and garage. Via Po Poms
ms Poms No. 142 Call Phene 3-
2575.
FOR RINT: Famished chalet:
3 bedrooms, exceptional position,
"I" Street, El Cangrejo (first
street to tha right, entering by
Tram Isthmian Highway, 8th
chalet loft hand). Call 2-2718.
Carles Julio Quijano or 3-0798.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch, kitchen, garage. Samuel
Lewb Street No. 4, Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, facing Biskayna affic.s. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3887.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Good cook with lets
of experience. Do net apply if
not qualified. Jose de Stn Mar Martin
tin Martin Avenue (Diagonal-4) No. 8.
WANTED; For immediete em employment
ployment employment at tha Fart Amador Of Officers
ficers Officers Mess, Baker b Cake Dec Decorator.
orator. Decorator. Beginning salary. will de depend
pend depend an ability and previous ex experience,
perience, experience, i n ,1 in i i
WANTED
Miscellaneous
MAID desire baby tilting en
Saturday and Sunday. Phana 3 3-5622.
5622. 3-5622. Call Monday or Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. i .. it
Tiniest Radar Sot
Developed By Army
Development of the 'world's
smallest known rkdar set, with
maximum range of 6000 yards,
was announced by the? Depart Department
ment Department 6t the Army. Lm
The, extremely hgawweight,
portable set, biifit W tha Sper-
ry GyroscQpe Co.," Ge Neca,

N.Y., provides morale army forc forces
es forces with local battle area -surveillance
of enemy movements de despite
spite despite smoke, darkness or fog.
Lightness and ruggednes., k
attained by ellmlnitiitg a ca cathode
thode cathode ray tube and substitut substituting
ing substituting audible signals. The set
produces sounds of distinctive
character whep contact is
made with a vehicle or sol sol-dfler,
dfler, sol-dfler, permitting the operator
to detect enemy movement.
The set is self-contained in a'
drum shaped metal case 14 inch

es high and 14 mcnes long, xne
low power needed by the set is
supplied by a lightweight motor
generator that Is easty trans transportable
portable transportable on foot by' one member
of a two-man observation team.
The combined weight of the
set and generator is about 85
pounds as compared to most Ar Army
my Army radars which weigh a ton or
more.
Already field tested, it was
originally developed and -produced
by Sperry working with
the Signal Corps engineering
laboratories, Fort Monmouth,
N.J.,'and the Army Electronics
Proving Ground, Fort Huachuca,
Ariz.



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5.5 Tons of U-235 Pledged
By Ike as Atoms for Peace

matn nations, n.y., Oct
? mv Preident Eisenhower
fuel veiuea ai fu muv -global
"atomifor-peaee" afeaey.
StopwBiMd further to Bitektltt
. toUl mid vilble by all other
members.
At the same time Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower declared that the United States
never will cease lo seen wum wum-worthy
worthy wum-worthy agreements to disarm the
atom. The President's statement
was read to the closing session
of the 82-nation conference on
the International Atomic Energy
Agency by Adm. Lewis L. Strauss,
chairman of the U.S Atomic
Energy Commission.
The conference, in session iu
red rigffigr,t?di5vn& rt-
.ute by 70 countries. The agency
will go into operation wnen u.c
statute ii ratified by U nations.!
The target date is eariy ne ye.
ft. a Sanata
Mr. Eisenhower said he would
tend the statute to the senate ior
ratification as soon as Congress
reconvenes and would ask con congressional
gressional congressional authority to transfer to
the agency supplies of urantum urantum-235
235 urantum-235 from a 20,000-kilogram supply
W aside last February for peace
ful uses by friendly nation.
The President recalled that he
first porpoted a global atoms-ior-peace"
agency when he ad addressed
dressed addressed the Uniter Nations Gen General
eral General Assembly on Dec. 6. 185.
Kin then, he said, the "intensity
of the atom's de'strucUveness has
again been greatly multiplied
"That is why, Mr. Eisenhower
i aairi. "ths United States will never
cease seeking trustworthy agree-
ments under which an nauons ww
cooperate to disarm the atom. .
people have long been seeking a
channel for peaceful discussion.
The I.A.E.A. offers one such
channel.
Hope fee Peace
"Some day. we fervently hope,
sanity will overcome man's pro propensity
pensity propensity to destroy himself. Then
the world can beat its swords into
plowshares. All nations can turn
their plants that make nuclear
fuel to an exclusively civilian use
and the fuel in weir siocupuea
nuclear weapons can also be put
to work for man's health and
welfare.
"In that happy time, the giant
f atomic energy can become, not
Whaling Fleet Sails
On Antarctic Fishing
YOKOHAMA, Oct. 27. (UP)
The former Olympic Challenger
whaling fleet sailed today as the
first of five Japanese wnaung ex expeditions
peditions expeditions this year to the Anta Antarctic.
rctic. Antarctic. The Olympic Challenger, for for-merly
merly for-merly owned by Aristotle Socra Socrates
tes Socrates Onassis under the Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian flag, renamed the No. 2 Kyo Kyo-kuyo
kuyo Kyo-kuyo Maru, sailed under tile com command
mand command of CapUin Tolomu Kawa Kawa-muro.
muro. Kawa-muro. Leader of the entire 428 man
expedition also included 12 catch catcher
er catcher boats, three transport ships,
two reflrigeration ships and a
tanker was Eiji Hosokaya.
The Olympic Challenger fleet
was pruchased frem Onassis
this year by the Kyekuyo Whal Whaling
ing Whaling Company at a reported price
f $f5O0OO
The fleet is expected to reach
Antarctic waters about Nov. 20
and return to Yokohama in the
middle of April next year.
French, Germans End
Arguments Over Saar
LUXEMBOURG, Oct. 27 (UP) (UP)-Prance
Prance (UP)-Prance and West Germany will
sign a treaty here tomorrow re restoring
storing restoring the Saar.' coal and steel
territory to Germany on Jan. 1,
1857.
The signing will climax months
of difficult negotiations and will
end a quarrel which has strained
relations between the two neigh neighbor
bor neighbor countries for years. It elimi eliminates
nates eliminates the last major powder-keg
issue from Western Europe.
The little 900-square-mile terri territory
tory territory and iU 970,000 German German-speaking
speaking German-speaking inhabitants will become
the 10th state of the West German
Federal Republic.
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a frightening image of destructive

war, but an obedient servant in
prosperous and peaceful world."
Mr. Eisenhower spelled out
these terms for future donations
of fissionable material:
In addition to the above-
mentioned 5,000 kilograms of
uranium-235, the United States
will continue to make available
to the l.A.E.A. nuclear materials
that will match in amount the
sum of all quantities of such
materials made similarly avail available
able available by all other members of the
international agency, and on com-
parable terms, for the periid
between the establishment ofth e
agency and July 1, 1960."
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Harry Frey, Former
"
... UAftntaf Ml
At Cristobal, Dies
News of the death Wednesday
of Harry F. Frey, former Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Postmaster, in Clearwater,
Fla, has been receiyed by friend?
on the Isthmus. He was 68 years
old.
Mr Fry, who has been ill for
some time, died in the Morton
Plant Hospital where he had been
a patient for the previous two
weeks.
A native of Tunkhanneck. Pa
Mr. Frey came to the Isthmus in
1914 and was employed as a clerk
in the Postal Division. He held
various positions with the postal
service during the many years he
was connected with the Canal or
mzation and served several
years as postmaster in Balboa as
well as Cristobal.
He retired from service in 1949.
He and Mrs. Frey bad made their
nome in Florida since.
Well known in both Panama
and the Canal Zone, Mr. Frey
was an active in many communi communi-tu
tu communi-tu affairs. He was champion gol golfer,
fer, golfer, an ardent fisherman, a mem
ber oi the colon Cristobal Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club and was a Mason.
He- is survived by his w i f e,
Myrtle, who also for several
years, was employed in the Canal
Zone Postal Division.
No Probe Necessary
On Heiress's Death
MIAMI, O.t. 27 (UP) State Atty.
George Brautigam has declined
further investigation into the
death of Ohio heiress Mrs. Jean
Burr, who died, in her home here
Aug. 30.
The investigation was urged by
Miami attorney Arthur Kimmel,
executor of the estate of Mrs. Burr.
The 41 -year-old woman was the
daughter of William S. Bonhart,
retired president of Libbey-Owens
Glass Co., of Toledo, Ohio
Her husband, Robert, 31, called
the nquest for a second autopsy
on the body of Mrs. Burr, buried
in Ohio, "ridiculous."
Brautigam said he had personal personally
ly personally investigated the case and was
satisfied with the report of medi medical
cal medical examiners, who said she ap apparently
parently apparently died of an overdose of
sleeping pills.
Attorneys for Kimmel had urged
Brautigam to investigate to deter determine
mine determine if Mrs. Burr had been the
victim of "arsenic poinsoning."
Mrs Burr was heiress to an es estimated
timated estimated 40 million dollar fortune.
Wrong Number
FOGGIA, Italy, Oct. 27 (UP)
four youitg thugs picked on the
wrong girl when they tried to rob
18-year-old Teresa di Lauho. police
said today..
ine gin downed one of the
S uu"" WKn a nard right to the
ii. T a e P'CKeJ up
cumpanion and fled.

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JOYFUL REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Andrew'Sace
"f h!r ln New York- They hd been separated since
1949, when Toth, who now lives in Cranford, N.J., came to the
VS. from Hungary after the Hungarian government refused
to let his t wife accompany him. Mrs. Toth left Hungary about
12 hours before the current rebellion started.

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"Let the people
32nd TEAE

Pearson Column on Ike

Amazing Lie, Hagerty Charges

WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (UP)
White House Press Secry. James
Hagerty categorically deniel to today
day today that President Eisenhower
suffered a "mild relapse on his
camnaien swing last week.
Haeertv said a newspaper had
advised him that columnist Drew
Pearson would publish such a re
nort Saturday.
"It is the most amazing docu document
ment document of falsehood I have ever
seen." Hagerty said.
He said that with the exception
of a bloodshot eye caused by two
small pieces of confetti lodging
in it in Portland, Ore., Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower "felt fine" on the cam camnaien
naien camnaien trio. Hacerty said Mr. Ei
senhower naturally felt tired after
some of the long days ot cam
naieninc.
However, he added, this was a
"perfectly natural tiredness and
had nothing to do with his health."
He also denied categorically
that. Mr Eisenhower had a gas
trie upset" as a reporter said had
hwi rumored amon newsmen
covering Democratic presidential
candidate Adlai Stevenson.
Poarann was on a Diane, en
route to Minneapolis, and could
not be reached immediately lor
comment.
Pearson's office made the col
umn available to the press .in gen
eral after it was criticized by Ha
e-rrtv An excerot follows:
"It will be vigorously denied but
President Eisenhower apparently
suffered a mild relapse on his
Western campaign trip'. Whether.
it was campaign exhaustion or
something more serious it kit Ike
while he was driving back to the
airoort 'from Minneapolis.
"He suddenly turned to others
in the car and announced that 'I
can't take any more of this Let's
get out of here.' The presidential
limousine took off from tne mo
torcade and sped to the airport
followed by a secret service car.
Hagerty said he had callril
Pearson's office immediately be
Williams And By rd
Presidential Pick
of SC Independent
COLUMBIA, S.C., Oct. 27 -(UP)
South Carolinians for Independ Independent
ent Independent Electors picked Rep. John Bell
Williams (D-Miss) today as a run running
ning running mate for their previously
nominated presidential candidate,
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va).
Former Gov. James F. Byrnes
was reported prepared to endorse
the independent.
Independent Chairman Farley
Smith said Williams is a "distin "distinguished
guished "distinguished and courageous Southern
er who earner announced he
would back the independent slate
on the Mississippi ballot.
The South Carolina independents
yesterday received word, rom
their eooiiteoprt in Mn,:sc.ipi.i
iiiat they were j irmg Sou',h Caro Carolina
lina Carolina u bseK'ng Byrd.
IJyrd, auwever, .-aid he Is not
interested ;n South Carolina's
eight electoral vo es and that h?
:s not a candidate for the presidency.

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INDEPENDENT
know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1956

(NEA Telephoto)
IKE ARRIVES IN NEW YORK President Eisenhower extends
both arms in greeting as his glass-topped limousine, with Mrs.
Elsenhower ln the rear seat, moves through New York's streets.
The Chief Executive was in the city to deliver a televised
campaign address.

fore making the denial but was
told the columnist was somewhere
on his way to the Midwest. Ha
gerty quoted Pearson s secretary
as saying she would try to reach
the columnist and tell him of Ha Ha-gerty's
gerty's Ha-gerty's protest.
"I am trying not to get mad
about this," Hagerty said. "But I
think it is about the worst job of
reporting X nave ever seen.
Hagerty said Mr. Eisenhower
will enter Walter Reed Hospital
here around noon Saturday for his
New Guest House
Will Help Service
fmM 0 Move
The Curundu post restaurant
is now operating a 14-room guest
house for all armed forces civil
ian employes, enlisted men and
their dependents.
The euest house wnicn was
opened recently was established
:o provide temporary quarters
for personnel whose quarters
must be cleared peiore tneir de
parture from the command.
Personnel may only stay their 15
days.
Each family win nave one
room. Within the room are two
beds, two chairs, one mirror and
one bureau. One shower and
bathroom will be shared by two
families.
Everv three rooms will share
one lobby. Furnished in the lob
by are a aesK, arm cnairs, maga magazines
zines magazines and easy chairs.
The onlv money involved for
military personnel is a one dol dollar
lar dollar deposit that must be paid
when registering. The dollar will
be refunded when the person
signs out, providing articles in
the room have not been damag damaged
ed damaged in any way."
Each family will be held re
sponsible for all the equipment
they use.
Army's Top Sgt's
Don't Need Passes
Non commissioned officers
and specialists in the grades of
E 6 and E 7 are no longer re
quired to carry pass cards when
going off post, according to a
USARCARIB memorandum
change published this week.
The change autherixtt man in
top two grades to go en pats with
tha verbal authority of their
commanding officer (VOCO).
Up to this time mart in these
grades were issued permanent
type passes at the discretion of
their commanding officer.
Under the change, the only re requirement
quirement requirement for E-6s and 7s is that
they have a valid, up to date
indentification card in their pot pot-session
session pot-session and sign out when leaving
the unit and sign in when thev
return.
Grade E-5 is still allowed the
use of the permanent typo rss
on the same basis as before the
change.

DAILY NEWSPAPER

American

country is Abraham Linco!.

SammrVtB

promised pre-election "head to
toe" checkup and remain there
about 24 hours. The report on the
eight physicians' examination of
the President will be made public
Sunday, probably between 4 and
p.m., Hagerty aaid.
Hagerty made detailed dniali
of what he called 10 misstate
inents of fact in the column.
"At no time did the President's
car leave the motorcade." Hager
ty said.
Mr. Eisenhower also was hustl
Tangle With Elvis
Costs Attendant
Loss Of His Job
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)-A serv service
ice service station operator who got a
black eye in a fist fight with rock
'n roller Elvis Presley was fired,
despite the singer's plea that the
man be kept on the job.
Presley said he urged station
owner Clarence Harwell not to
fire Edd HODOer when Harwell
called on him Thursday to apolo apologize
gize apologize for the incident.
"I. asked him not to fire Hop Hopper,"
per," Hopper," Presley aaid. "The man
has a family, it was one of those
things that happens in life where
we regret it but it's too late."
Harwell said today he told Hop Hopper
per Hopper Thursday night he woufd be
fired.
The black -eye incident sent
Presley, Hopper and Aubrey
Brown. 19, another filling station
worker, to city court where Judge
Sam Friedman dismissed assault
and battery and disorderly con conduct
duct conduct charges against Presley, but
imposed a small fine against Hop Hopper
per Hopper and Brown.
Hopper, his eye still puffed and
purple, said he was onlv trvino
to protect Harwell's busini hv
AMAMHM r -1 1 . .
uiucmig rrcicy 10 move nis jii, jii,-000
000 jii,-000 Lincoln Continents' from one
f li'i8 mp !'st week- That i
Dlai.u u,e u acas in wnicn Brown
am.

Warren Olney Denies Politics Behind
Threat To Prosecute On Negro Vote

WASHINGTON (UP Assistant
Atty. Gen. Warren Olney III
toda brushed aside Southern
charges that politics is behind hi
threat to prosecute persons who
deprive qualified Negroes of the
vote.
"It canno' be claimed that the
,cU?J? l?K,en Prt'n when nine
of 10 (Negroes) are Democrat!
being ditfranchited by Demo Democrats,"
crats," Democrats," he said.
1
Gov. J B. Coleman of Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi branded Olney's threaU "a
cheap political bluff" designed to
gain the Northern Negro vote.
Other Southern DemocraU have
made timilar assertions.
Olney, head of the .u. n.
partmewt a. crimmal dtvttlBii, aid
" ,'ru toe action being taken
gifuwiai nrcause it is a matter
oi fundamental political principle,

FIVE CENTS

Health
erl onto the dane at the airport
without shaking hands with the
Republican leaders who. had ac
companied him on nis tour oi in in-Twin
Twin in-Twin Cities, Hagerty quoted Pear Pearson
son Pearson as saying.
Hagerty said Mr. Eisenhower
shook hands with GOP leaders
and with 20 members of the police
force who had escorted his motor
cade.
The last statement Hagerty
branded as false was that "Dem
ocrats charged that the weekend
Walter Reed checkup will be more
political than medical since the
doctors wouldn't dare find Ike in
anything but the best of health a
week before elections."
In reply, Hagerty said the re reporters
porters reporters themselves knew the high
character of the four military and
four civilian physicians who will
conduct the examination.
Hagerty said he called Mr. El
senhower's attention to the column
without going into detail. Asked
what Mr. Eisenhower's comment
was, Hagerty said:
"He didn't have any. I just told
him I would take care of it and
report the facU on it."
Brigged Marine Jut.
Gets Back Stripes;
Sentence Rescinded
1 AKK1S ISLAND. SC. Oct 27
(UP) -A Congressional Medal of
Honor winner gratefully donned
ms marine sergeant atripea again
today after a brie term for a
drunken scuffle with his superior
officer.
T.Sgt. Alfred L. McLaughlin, 2i,
of Leeds, Ala., said he is "deenlv
grateful" to officers who reduced
his stiff punishment for the inci
dent wnicn occurred last March
while he was stationed at Rome,
ua. ne aiso got a 10-day fur
ough.
A court martial board on Oct
17 reduced McLaughlin's rank to
private, fined him $120 and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced him to serve three months
at hard labor. But- Wednesday
his rate was restored and the sen
tence reduced to six months pro
bation.
The holder of the nation's high
est nonor tor wartime valor wa:
convicted of fighting with Mai
Henry Checklou, who commanded
McLaughlin's reserve unit at
Rome. Rome police who picked
up McLaughlin said he was "very
drunk."
President Eisenhower in 1953
personally presented McLaughlin
with the Congressional Medal for
his bravery in killing. 150 enemy
soldiers and wounding 50 others
while single-handedly holding his
outpost at Bunker Hill in the Ko
rean war.
His wife Catherine complained
that after McLaughlin received
medal the Marine Corps "couldn't
leave him alone any time they
could use him to get publicity,
they did."
McLaughlin said following his
release from the brig that he in intends
tends intends to remain in the Marines
although there are "a few people
in this outfit that can't stand to
see a mam get ahead."
Name Is A Name
Is A
RIDGEfJREST, Calif. Oct. 27 -(UP
Eisenhower and Nixon are
campaigning for Adlai E. Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and Sen. Estes Kefauver.
Service statio.. operator James
M. Eisenhour and Jack Nixon are
members of the Desert Empire
uemocratic Club.
a political right the right to
vote."
Olney told a news conference
Wednesday the government plans
criminal prosecution against pro pro-segregationists
segregationists pro-segregationists in five Southern
state for "wholesale purges" of
qualified Negroes from the voting
rolls.
Olney had said criminal actions
were planned in "three or four
sections" of Alabama, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mittistippi and North
Carolina if Negroes are turned
away from the polls Nov. 6.
He hat added specific counties
in North Carolina and a commu community
nity community In Mississippi that he did not
pinpoint previously.
He said the FBI already nas un-
deetaken iwMee hteeaav
fax, Canjdei. and Bruntwick
naii-
and
Granville counties in North Caro
lina. The department alto it study

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"Madness', Says Adlai;
He Details Atomic Future

ROCK ISLAND, IU., Oct. 27 -(UP)
Adlai E. Stevenson
charged today that the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration's nydrogen
bomb policy is ah attempt to
preserve peace through terror.
' This is madness," the Demo
cratic presidential candidate told
a rally of 2,000 persons in this
Mississippi River town.
Stevenson delivered his most
detailed and harsh statement on
the H-bomb controversy since
President Eisenhower released a
report on the issue last Tuesday
and said the nation cannot dare
to ston suoer-bomb tests.
Stevenson called the Eisenhower
policy one of "trying to preserve
teace by a preponderance of
terror."
Rcferrin2 to the .dangers of
radioactive fal'out from H-bomb
tests, Steve.i?on asked, "V.hat is
fnrg to hapten to mankind in
the process bone 'circer, de
fornvd children, ateriity?''
Stevenson a Lacked Mr. Eisen
hower's sarA thai "1971 security
lies in the deterrent effect of our
teiti in atjm.c weapons.
"This is wl al we wee saying
'! years ao about o.ir lead in
the atomic bomb period," ne said.
"And, to i-r surprise, the Rus-i
s ans caugh up with us in no
tine."
"And they'll do it again in the
hydrogen brnb. field, Stevenson
predicted. 'Maybe they
have
atready.
Suvenson demanded to know
vrat Mr. Eisenhower would pro pro-p
p pro-p se to do if the Russians match
this nation'; H-bomb power.
'That we g ahead with ihe
development ot the ccbalt bomb
t try to gain another advantage
a force tnat can shal'e the
world on its axis?' he asked.
"But this is madness," Steven Steven-ton,
ton, Steven-ton, answered himself.
The way to peace, he said, is
not "through fear and ever rrore
notnble weanrns.

' It is through faith and confi t Officers came back and report report-duice
duice report-duice and rising standards- o if" '5 Baiford, an engineer, said

living among the have-nots the
rr.2!l)ons who tremble on the side
1. aL! i.
imes oi mis maa arn)3 race m
helpless terror a n d expanding
nunger.
Stevenson also concentrated on
a $1.5-million scandal in Illinois
ex state Auditor Orville E.
Hodge's massive embezzlement of
state funds
Bruce Leaving Zone
Sunday For New Job
Col. Charles O. Bruce, Health
Director of the Canal Zone Gov
eminent, has been appointed a
member of the faculty of the In
teragency Institute for Federal
Hospital Administrators, it was
announced Friday at Balboa
Heights.
Cel. Bruce will leave the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Sunday for Washington,
where he will appear before the
fntf HuU next week.
The Institute, operated under
the direction of the Federal
Bureau Of the Budget,- includes
among iU students senior hospi hospital
tal hospital administrators from the Army,
Navy. Air Force, Public Health
Service and Veteran's Administra
tlon.
Mr William Brown, Assistant to
the Health Director, who is at attending
tending attending this year's class, is the
first representative of the Health
Breau to participate m the insti institute.
tute. institute. Mr. Brown left last week to
attend the Institute and will be
there until it closes November 10.
Colonel Bruce it chairman of
. ... m ta ;i
a lour man panel wnicn win
present six hours of instruction on
the subject "The Use of the
Budget as a Management 1001.
'
Four In Wreck Die
As Auro Hits Pole
NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP) -Four
men were killed today when
the car in which they were riding
smashed into the concrete base of
a light pole and exploded in a
shower of flame and debris.
John Rios, 27, of Hoboken, N.J.,
driver of the car, was the only
survivor of the crash that scat scattered
tered scattered the motor, radiator and
other parts of the car for a dis distance
tance distance of 40 feet along the West
Side Highway. He was injured
critically.
A witness said the speeding car
hit the concrete "like a bomb."
ing complaints from Warren. Ber
tie, Currituck and Northhampton
counties, he s?id.
Olney identified the Mississippi
community under s c r u t i n t at
Mound Bayou.
He fair1 the moves to bar Ne Negroes
groes Negroes from the polls in North Car Carolina
olina Carolina was not done on the "whole "wholesale"
sale" "wholesale" basis that characterized
some other regions. He added that
no white citizens councils were in involved
volved involved in that state.
But he said an FBI check in one
North Carolina county disclosed
that voting registrars required Ne Negroes
groes Negroes to wri'e sections of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution "at his (the registrar's)
own speed."
After a section was read off ra rapidly
pidly rapidly by the registrar Negro vot voters
ers voters were disqualified for spelling,
punctuation and capitalization er errors,
rors, errors, according to Olney.

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He charged that "little nntW
hat been Uken of relationshini
between Hodge, wfio is now in
prison, and national Republican
leaders in Washington.
"We have heard almost nothing
of how Orville. Hedge enteiuined
Leonard Hall, chairman of the
Republican "National Committee
in his Florida hotel, and made
heavy contributions i wonder
whose money it was? to tha
Republican Party war chest
Stevenson said.
"Has anyone suggested that this
money be repaid to the Illinoia
taxpayers?" Steven .T??
th. I understand
u I'",ue,u aisennower wrote
IT f"0""1 thank-ou
note mr this service to lie party
Stevenson apparently referred
to it stopover Hall made at
Hedge', phM Fort Lauderdale!
Fit., hotel when the Illinois polite
cisn was still a top man in the
state GOP. Hodge also co!Uufed
Srv"1 Presidential
SiJ?n-and. la.ter t00k Prid in
1
Hears 'em Knocking,
Nails 'em For Jail
KNOXVILLE TW w
(UP) a couni ZZJLZ
carpenters received brief jail sen sentences
tences sentences Wednesday after Criminal
222, Jude J Fred Bibb ham!
mered down a legal lesson of his
own.
E. S. Raiford and jack Miller,
were found guilty of contempt of
court and locked up .until court
adjourned.
The judge was. listening to tes testimony
timony testimony while the two workers
wef hammering away on the
floor below. Bibb ordered the
noise to stop.
the job was costing $24 an hour
and he wanted no delays.
"Go down there and bring up
anybody with a hammer in hi
hand," Judge Bibb ordered.
The judge had the hammer hammer-wielders
wielders hammer-wielders locked away and contin continued
ued continued the trial undisturbed.
Word To Wise
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27 (UP) -A
veterpn panhandler who has pos posed
ed posed as a deaf mute was exposed
Thursday.
He was overheard whispering to
a man waiting for a streetcar,
"Brother, can you spare me a
quarter for a cup of coffee?
TODAY! 75c. 40c.
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