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

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, SUNDAY
Amti can
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,
to LIMA
THE CITY OF THE
VICEROYS...
CAMAfllAN
WHISKY
INTERNATIONAL AIRWAY
ttnd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1958

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Canal Operations

Hungarian Boss
vicmma rvt 27 (UP Psamier Irmre Nacv today,

VIENNA. Oct. 27 (UP)

capitulated to the demands of Aroji-Communist rebels who
have won control of vast, areas of Hungary and formed a
new "national" government.
Two of the new cabinet members are famed non non-Communists.
Communists. non-Communists. They ware Zoltan tildy, former President
and Premier of Hungary, and Bela Kovacs, who was" ar arrested
rested arrested by Soviet secret police in 1947 as a spy.

Meanwhile. The United States.
Britain and France have decid decided
ed decided to take the Hungarian crisis
to the United Nations Security
Council, diplomatic sources said.
An official announcement on
the decision, which would In-
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nunc i n m riiHrup ui iiiaoowv. -rv
Viet mtuiary inwrvwiuuu
Hunearv. will be made later to-
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proach will be made are still be-
fna nrnrlrivl nut. in consultations
between Washington. London
and Paris, the sources said.
Both Tildy and Kovacs were
'leaders or tne miaaie-oi-uie-road
Smallholders Party which
was destroyed in the Communist
coup of 1947.
Tildy was appointed State
Minister. Kovacs was named
Minister of Agriculture.
Tildy was first postwar presi president
dent president of the Hungarian Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. He resigned in 1948 after his
son-in-law, Viktor Csolnoky, was
arrested on charges of treason.
Hungarian Rebels
Ask Britain's Aid
LONDON, Oct. 27 (UP) Some
2,000 Hungarian rebels in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest appealed to the British for
united iNauana innomu,
f oreign unice sam p
ap
IX.
Vr.i ronnrtnH that II ffflWll COO
verged on the elgation in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest and sent in an unarmed1
group of 50 to speak to him. He
said they told him that the anti anti-government
government anti-government demonstration had
been peaceful until the "unjusti "unjustified"
fied" "unjustified" shooting of civilians by the
security police.
The rebels told Fry that th
Communist Warsaw Defense Part
called for intervention of a third
power (Russia) only In case of
external trouble, not in the event
of internal difficulties.
The demonstrators asked Fry to
report the situation to the British
government ana urgea inn
Br.tain take the issue before the
U.N. to avoid further bloodshed.
Nuclear Merchant
Ship Future Item
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Atomic Energy Commission
today accepted for contract nego negotiations
tiations negotiations a proposal by Babcock &
Wilcox of New York to build and
test a 2C,O00-horsepower atomic
power plant for the first nuclear
powered merchant ship.
Award of a contract for the
plant "will depend on the success successful
ful successful completion of the authorized
negotiations," the AEC said. The
project would take 39 months.

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THE LARGE RED FEATHER thermometer above has been erected on the sidewalk In front
of the Balboa Theater. in the Canal Zone to serve as an official public indicator registering
daily the percentage of the goal which has been met in the Community Chest Campaign
which starts today and continues to Nov. 10 a campaign in wnich the extent of the
future services of 14 different organizations is at stake.
"-ill -&t

Premier Irmre Nagy today

Csolnoky was hanged later.
Radio Budapest announced
the formation of the new gov
ernment even while heavy fight
ing raged In the streets of the
battle-torn capital city.
In a desperate bid to crrtsh
the anti-reds, the Communist
regime earlier ordered loyal So Soviet
viet Soviet Hungarian troops to fire
"instantly" on groups of more
than three civilians. It warned
all persons toremain Indoors.
Ballistic Missiles
To Catapult G!s
To Future Wars
WASHINGTON (UP) The
Armv said tnrlav that soldiers will
be catapulted to future battle
fields in ballistic missiles that
streak hundreds of miles in a
matter of minutes.
Treating the airplane as a pass passing
ing passing fancy, top Army research of officers
ficers officers described rocket propelled
missiles that zoom through outer
space as the best means for de delivering
livering delivering not only atomic warheads
but troops and supplies.
The "new horizons" of Army
:h were unveiwa in
d tor the annual
ti mi ttrtii of the
rhieh comnrises
Army regulars, veterans and ci civilians
vilians civilians interested in promoting the
Armv
The 1,500 members also heard
or. Werner von uraum, uermau uermau-born
born uermau-born rocket expert, describe fu future
ture future space stations that will circle
the earth at a distance of 1,075
miles and serve as reconnaissance
and missile launching sites.
Von Braum, a key official at
hn armv's ha is ir missue
agency. Redstone Arsenal, Hunts-
Ville, Ala., saia an unmanneu
space station to gather and trans transmit
mit transmit information could be put in
an orbit about the earth in "four
or five years."
Medal For Survivor
Of Civil War Given
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (UP) -Aitnt
Armv Secretary Hugh
M. Milton will travel to a rual
calin in the- Virginia momvrns
iiAvt. Thursday to Dresent a gold
medal to one ot tne mree remain remaining
ing remaining soldiers of the Confederacy.
Milton ill give the medal,
authorized by the last Congress,
to "GeneM1" John Sailing at the
10?year-oH veteran's home near
Slant, Va. The medals were au authorized
thorized authorized for surviving members
of the Union and Confederate
arm es.

Surrenders To Rebels
1

Unrest Hits
Red German
Universities
BERLIN, Oct. 27 (UP) Stu Student
dent Student unrest that touched off the
Hungarian rebellion has spread
to East Germany, it was learn learned
ed learned today.
Reports reaching West Berlin
said that students at East Ber Berlin's
lin's Berlin's Humboldt University have
demanded the resignation of
Communist leader Walter Ul-
bricht and democratic reforms.
The reports said they also de demanded
manded demanded that a mass meeting
be held to voice support for
Hungarian freedom fighters.
There were no disorders and
no demonstrations In the
meetings, according to the re reports.
ports. reports. But the vast majority ot
some 10,000 students at the
University on Unter Den Lin Linden
den Linden demanded at meetings
both witbin and outside the
university that the East Ger German
man German government change its
firm Stalinist line.
The Communists condemned
the students demands as 'count 'counter
er 'counter revolutionary," and promised
a "determined fight" against all
students who attack the Soviet
zone government.
It is known the Communists
have been shaken by the stu students'
dents' students' stand, which in Hungary
blossomed into fuli-sc
tion.
Flu Shots Schedule
iduled
For Army Personnel
All military personnel on ac
tive duty and their dependents in
the Panama area will ne given in influenza
fluenza influenza immunizations sometime
this fall, -USARCARIB Headquar
ters has announced.
The vaccine is being offered
under th provisions of Circular
40 20 Qpartmnt of the Army
on voluntary basis to depen dependants
dants dependants of military personnel and
civilian employes of the military
service for whom Army medical
facilities have logistical res responsibility,
ponsibility, responsibility, and to their depen dependents.
dents. dependents. Sensitiw to egg or chicken pro
tein should be determined prior
to immunization to exempt prob
able reactors.
Children under five years of
aee will not be vaccinated. Chil
dren between five and twelve
years of age will receive two
small injections a week apart
while adults will receive one dose
of the avaccine.
The members of the military
missions and the Amines area
will also receive the immunlza
tion.

(NEAv Telephoto)
PICKETS RUSSIANS Weeping Mrs. Maria Szoo, carrying a
sign draped in black, pickets the Russian United Nations head
quarters building in New York. A group of demonstrators
marched outside the building protesting the use of Soviet
tanks and planes to put down the Hungarian revolt against
their Communist government.

Red Featheis Fan

The Red Feather symbol of united giving was bursting
out all over the Canal Zone as the 1956 Community Chest ap appeal
peal appeal to the public for funds for 14 different organizations
formally gets under way,
Special "Share Your Blessings" religious bookmarks are
to be distributed in churches at services today as the cam campaign
paign campaign is launched to meet the minimum goal of $31000 within
the two-week period extending to Nov. 10.
The beginning of the campaign on a Sunday as a time
for prayerful consideration followed a lively kickoff program
at the Balboa Theater Friday afternoon and a week end of
Community Chest signs appearing in practically every area
ranging from automobile bumpers to the large billboards nor normally
mally normally used for Safety posters.
Beginning tomorrow even milk bottle tops in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone will carry a Community Chest message made
possible on each bottle of milk delivered through the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the Commissary Division of the Panama
Canal Co. and Industrias Lacteas, S.A., of Panama.
Meanwhile, to further the extensive effort being made
by the Community Chest campaign committee to "educate1'
the public on united giving procedures and the needs of the
14 agencies which have joined together In the current appeal,
an information sheet released yesterday made clear these
points for all prospective donors:
1. The requested budget needs of the participating
agencies require an amount exceeding $50,000.
2. Based on total contributions ot recent years, the
Chest board of directors has set a practical "work "working
ing "working goal" of $35,000 for this year.
S. Pending final approvals of budgets by the indivi individual
dual individual agencies and the Chest budget committee and
, based on successfully meeting a $35,000 goal, the
participating agencies would receive the following
amounts from the campaign beginning today:
Balboa YMCA-USO $3,500
Boy Scouts of America 5,500
Congress of Latin American Civic Councils.. 300
Corocal Hospital Occupational Therapy and
Recreational Fund 1.800
Cristobal-Margarita Civic Council 125
Cristobal YMCA-USO ;.. 2,500
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A 4,500
International Boy Scouts 2,000
International Girl Scouts 1,800
Jewish Welfare Board USO 2,500
Pacific Civic Council 125
" Salvation Army 5,150
Summer Recreation Board, Latin American
Communities L5M
Summer Recreation Board, U.S. Communities. 1,500
A reserve of not to exceed $2,000 is maintained in the
Community Chest account for campaign expenses and emer emergencies.
gencies. emergencies. 4. These amounts could be altered according to any
specific designations made by contributors since
every cent a person designates to any one agency
goes to that agency.
In connection with the local campaign, one of the more
than 2,000 United Funds and Community Chests appeals- .now
being conducted, the following message to the heads of all
executive departments and agencies of the Federal government
has been received at Balboa Heights from President Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower at the White House in Washington:
"In the spirit of true voluntary giving I am confident that
you will extend the full cooaeration of your Department in
each community throughout the United States and its terri territories
tories territories and possessions where It conducts its operations. Such
cooperation should, under the new uniform Federal policy on
fund raising, include the effective solicitation of all employes,
the acceptance of equitable unit goals, and the setting up of
an adequate collection method for the convenience of those who
wish to make contributions on an installment basis.
"We who work in the Government want to assume our full
citizen's share of voluntary suprjort of the many worthwhile
private health and welfare organizations. The United Fund and
Community Chest campaigns provide ns with an opportunity
for supporting a wide variety and a large number of organi

zations thrown a single appeal. : i mili
"It is my hope that all employes will give .thoughtfully and
generously to these campaigns."
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More Than Last Year

The biggest year of commercial traffic in the history of the Panama
Canal resulted in a net income of $4,179,464 for the Panama Canal Co.
during the fiscal year ending last June 30.
. The gain represented an increase of $3,598,330 over the $581,134
earned for the corresponding previous 12 months.

Operating results of the

tion were released by Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter,
president of the company. They accompanied a condens

ed financial statement.

Net income for the fiscal year 1956 was recorded

after payment to the U.S. Treasury of $8,590,710 in inter interest
est interest (at 2.485 per cent) on the United States government's
direct investment, and after assumption by the company
of the net cost of the Canal Zone government. This latter
figure totaled $10,078,252.
During the year ended June 30, 1956, a liquidating
dividend of $5 million was paid to the U.S. Treasury out

of monies that had accumulated over several years. This

represented a partial repayment of the U.S. governments
investment in the company.

Cargo transiting the Canal In
creased during fiscal 1956 to a
record 46.3 million tons from a
total of 41.5 million tons the
previous year It exceeded the
previous lor. any year in tne
waterway's 42Hars of passing
ships from ocean to ocean.
The financial statement also
maTRSd the clow of the first
five years of operation under
the Panama Canal Company.
In this period tne company's
net Income has ranged from the
low $581,134 of fiscal 1955 up to
a tentative $5,870,041 for ffaal
1953, as shown in the accompa accompanying
nying accompanying special table of "Pay "Payments
ments "Payments to the United States
Treasury" (back page).
In releasing last year's highly
favorable report, the company
noted:
"Tto's increase of $3,598,330
is attributed largely to the
unprecedented high volume
of traffic coupled with only a
slight increase in operating
costs.
"In considering the relation relationship
ship relationship of fluctuations of revenues
to net Income, 'It should be
borne In mind that a large por portion
tion portion of the Canal costs are fixed
and do not vary with business
volume. For this reason, the
fluctuations of net income are
invariably sharper than fluc fluctuations
tuations fluctuations in tolls and other reve revenues."
nues." revenues." The Canal's operating margin
(NEA Telephoto)
WINS NOBEL AWABD
Spani3h-born poet Juan Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Jimenez was awarded the
1956 Nobel Prize for literature
and a tax-free award of some
$38,000. The 75-year-old poet,
who now lives In Puerto Rico,
published his first volume of
verse when he was 17.
9 Million Americans
To Draw S-Security
WASHING"ON, Oct. 27 (UP)
Knoii Kvoiiritv Commissioner
Charles J. Schottland predicted
today that a record 9 million
Americans will be collecting
social security payments by the
end nf npxt month.
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getting benefits by mid-1957.

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U.S. government corpora-!
is close, and its net gain has
been accomplished by strict
economy.
It Is estimated that a 10 per
cent drop in Canal traffic in
any given year would wipe out
net earnings for that year en
tirety.
During the first three months
of fiscal year 195,7 (last July,
August and September) thai
was a drop in traffic of about
seven per cent. This drop has
i not continued long enough to be
regarded as a trend.
Questioned about the wide va
riation in net income during
the last two fiscal years, Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller Philio L. steers, Jr., re revealed
vealed revealed thait the 1955 figure was
cut by several factors. Among
them were:
(1) Heavy costs of pay raises
and fringe benefits enacted by
the Congress for federal em employes.
ployes. employes. (2) Cost of greatly increased
Cash Disability Relief payments
(pensions) for retired non-u.S.
citizen employes of the compa company
ny company and the Canal Zone govern government.
ment. government. (3) Lower ship traffic by U.S.
government owned or operated
vessels for which a tolls credit is
granted the company. The drop
was caused partly by the end of
the Korean War.
Income rebounded in 1956 due
to the record traffic in commer commercial
cial commercial shipping.
The Canal Co. is subject to
scores of laws and regulations
which do not apply to private
corporations.
Among them is tne require
ment that it pay interest to the
Treasury on the net investmen,
a sum now standing tentatively
at $342,465,445.
This figure, incidentally, does
not include funds spent for
special defensive additions to
the Canal works a matter
of many millions. Nor does It
embrace any part of the multi-millions
spent down the

British Roundup Leftists,
Impose Singapore Curfews

SINGAPORE. Oct. 27 (UP)
British authorities began a
roundup of leftwlng trouble troublemakers
makers troublemakers today, the third day of
Communist supported rioting
which has killed at least 13 per persons
sons persons and injured about 100.
Official sources predicted
the dragnet sweeping the city
will gather up about 500 left leftist
ist leftist union leaders and members
of native secret societies.
A night-long curfew, Imposed
Thursday when student demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations erupted Into full-scale
riots, was lifted at 6:30 a.m. and
clamped down again at 4 p.m.
Light planes with loudspeak loudspeakers
ers loudspeakers cruised over the city, blaring
reminders of the renewed cur curfew.
few. curfew. Helicopters carrying tear
gas kept a watch for illegal
street gatherings.
Earlier, Communist-led Chi Chinese
nese Chinese mobs attacke a police post,
stoned ears and fought running
street battles hi this British
crown colony today as disturb

Million

years an the Isthmus and sur-
rounding countries by the U.S.
armed services toward the de defense
fense defense of the waterway.
Each vear the intamat nt.
set by the Treasury.
M nas risen from 1.95 per cent
in fiscal 1052 t.n i ism M. ....
in fiscal loss, although th. in
terest rate Increased .05 per
ceni in 1956 over 1955, the In Interest
terest Interest payment decreased about
$453,000.
The decrease w Hn. t th
use of a lower flgure for the net
direct investment p a r.ni n
the completion of the valuation
vi wiiain properties and items
M working capital transferred
to the company on various dates
through July l, 1951. cm that
uwj me company took ovef the
assets and it&Miitia. r
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decessor, a federal entity desig-
uwwo s i at Panama Canal."
Values were established in
hub a oi me r
as amended an
approval by the
jBuage.
A report setting forth these
value, and the various bases
on which they were established
was submitted to the Director
of the Bureau of the Budget
March 1, 1956. pending his ap approval,
proval, approval, all Income statements
and balance sheets published by
the company must still be con considered
sidered considered as tentative.
Fiscal policies also differ
from private business In that
the Canal Co. is not permitted
to set aside reserves for any
betterments beyond Its more-or-less
immediate needs and
commitments, as foreseen by
the Congress. Any cash accu accumulation
mulation accumulation it must turn over to
the Treasury. A
(Continued on Page 1
Wife Supplies
Jailed Husband
With Heroin
BOSTON (UP) A young wife
was accused today of supplying
her jailed husband with heroin by bypassing
passing bypassing him capsules while they
kissed.
Mrs. Joan Witherspoon, 24, was
arrested at Deer Island jail
yesterday after she alleged de departed
parted departed from her customary pro procedure
cedure procedure and dropped a capsule la
some leaves that her husband, Al Al-vin,
vin, Al-vin, 25, later retrieved.
Prison officials said they watch watched
ed watched the woman after they had
learned the husband had been get getting
ting getting the heroin three times a week
on visiting days.
ances continued into the third
day.
Fifty Scottish troops joined
police in clearing a big school
building Of 1,000 students in tht
area where several clashes oc occurred
curred occurred yesterday. Helicopters
hovered over the mobs, dropping
tear gas bombs.
Moos attacke dthe Chang! po police
lice police post and started fights near
the police courts. Cars were re reported
ported reported stoned In two suburban
areas.
There were no reports of ca casualties
sualties casualties In the new demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations. Police reported yes yesterday
terday yesterday that seven persons nasi
been killed, all Chinese, and
76 injured, six of them Brit
ish, during the first two days.
Poiee have arrested 121 per
sons.
Police yesterday opened
several times to (top the i
In addition to throwing tear
They said their bullets
ed for at least :
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Ivwood on TV: It was just like

a Hollywood ntemmare. Movie

stars everywhere But such

goins on! The teen-agers' delight,

Tab Hunter, was playing a. Rus

sian sdv! Jack Palance. always

the movie heavy, was bringing

tears to Kim Hunter s eyes as a
pathetic prizefighter on his way to
Purichyland.
Sillv Forrest, tht shapely

dancer Hollywood turnod into a

tittorod Oarbo, was I i f t i n g
eyebrows of ctnalrt over

filmy costumes and rod hot dance

itops. Ketnan Wynn and hit pop.

Ed Wynnn, ware working together

for tht first time, but not for
laughs. Eddie Cantor wasn't get
ting a laugh, either.
It was another first for Charles
Bickford after 42 years in show

business. Dorothy Dandridge wis
singing "My Heart Belongs to

Daddy" and George Sanders was
warming up for a solo-. ."Thank
You Mrs. Lowsbprqugh, Goodby."
It Was Just like a Hollywood
nbjhtmare because it wis all
wrong 1 horrible collection bf
miscasting. Tab Hunter as a
Russian spy. George Sanders
singing? A pathetic Jack Pal Palance?
ance? Palance? A serious Cafitorf
Jrong for Hollywood maybe,
It was ridht for television. Or

as Hunter told mo: .

Mm TV to be Imiginttlvt.

with his pop and Jack Palance
in 'Requiem for a Heavyweight"
on Playhouse 90.
"Let's Pad it," slid Keenan,
"I turned down a movie to do
this TV show. The movie was an another
other another friend rjfthe-Hero role. I
don't have to play that kind of

part any more. I made 75 mov

lea. But people didn t know me

until I worked in TV

"Requiem" was a rble Palance

had wen waiting for the part of

the a punchy heavyweight on the way
her down after 14 years in the ring

as a bum, never a champ. Keen Keen-an's
an's Keen-an's tribute to the killer in the
movie "ShW:
"I have to control mystlf. Ho
makes fno cry."
The first Playhouse 90 show,
"Forbidden Area," was rehears

ing OH ahother stage. That's
where Tab Hunter was playing a

Russian spy. He said he was nerv nerv-bus
bus nerv-bus about a live TV show but he
couldn't resist 4 chance to escape
type casting.
'But I'll be nervous," he said,
"in good company."
His "good company" included
CHarieton Heston, Vincent Price.

Diana Lynn and Charles Bick

ford,. making his live TV debut.
Bickford said he couldn't turn

down his role either or "the iat

salary."
In Camera rehearsal was the
Cole Porter- tribute, "You're the

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Bellville, Mich., finds jhat pie-eating without hands is messy,
but well worth the effort. He managed to get enough of the
gooey berry creation inside him to win the pie-eating contest
at the Miehfgan State Fair:

CBS-TV was beinc imaginative Ton" on Ford Star Juhilt Mm-

on a warm fall afternoon in Hoi- ars Shirley Jones, Gordon

lyfoorJ, packing 1M Television; MaeRac, Dorothy Dandridge,

City stages with movie names
beaming over the opportunity to
do something different in live

home screen musicals and
dramas.

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Lodis Armstrong. Other stars
scaping type casting singer

George banders, serious cantor,
Sally Forrest dancing for the first
time since 1953 when film censors
clipped her right out of Howard
Hughes' movie, "Son of Sinbad."
Yes, it was just like Hollywood
at CBS Television City, Out with without
out without the type casting. Just as
many stars and just as many
sett are crowded into one stage?
I counted 11 on tht "ForWMmn
Aral" stage tht interior of an
airplane, two offices, a living
raam an airnart control lower a

room in the White House, a kitch

en, an Air Force men hall, a
building hallway, the interior of a

Kbmirihe, I small portion of
a eh and a bar.
Yes, it takes imagination.
t K

a mhi wis tat tawiiaiMtfiietiii ii ii ii'i ..I

Jib. jumm atHl alSBMI mmUm.

i aiamiB n nil .ii ii -T t"mm rr t

lisp?.'

THIS IS IMPORTANT

TO BOXHOLDERS OF ANCON C.Z. POST OFFICE

iemftM

as ayayteijfceaM jmf,

C.A Nkia 04 FUERZA v LU7 1 J,j I, jrS S
KT j

who now receive their Service Bill by mail from Cia. Panamertd de
Fuerza y Luz at that point
Due to the fact that Ancon C.t. P.O. will close January 1, 1957,
Cia. Pdnamefia de Fuerza y Luz will need new mailing addresses of
all customers who how receive their service bills at that place.
Please take care of this urgent matter as quickly as
possible to avoid confusion or misunderstandings later.
When you get your new address advise the Company by letter
M). Box $59, Panama, fc. of P.

Cia. Pammem ie Vuerza y Cuz

8CATTERIN0 OUR AIR PUNCH-The U S. Ait Jotce hds
named 10 bases Where Strategic Air Command bomber units
Will be stationed under a new disbersal plan. Idea is to reduce
- the Command's vulnerability to attack-by correcting the present
"overcrowded" bdse situation-. The moves, to take place from
late 1957 through 1959, will plnce i,50tj to" ,000 men on each
base. The new locations arc: Ddw Air Force Base at Bangor,
Me.; Beale, at Marysville, Calif.; Clltltotl-Sherrhari, at Cliritoh,
Okla.; GrifRss, at Rome, N.V.: tather, at SacMmcritti,. Calif.;
Minot, N.D.; Columbus, Miss.; Grahfl FotRs, rl.D.; SHeppArel, at
Wichita Falls, Tex., and Amarillo', Tex.

Is TV A Waste Of Timet
By Rev. Edwin B. Broderick, aiithor ef "Your Place in TV"

fife AVERAGE American

un-

child, according to recent sur surveys,
veys, surveys, spends about 18 hours each
week watching television.
There are no Available figures
on adults, but when you consider
that cities like Boston and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago have more TV seta than
bathtubs and telephones, you
can surmise that grown-ups are
hot too far behind.

MANY PESSIMISTS are

duly tltrmed
about this tele television
vision television trehd.
The talk About
a "race of apec apec-tators"
tators" apec-tators" and a
saasp
the making;. And
you have til met
the fellow who,

biting his lips as

fei aV aB
ft aBH

Allt.d HHtktck .(
'Widwdi rrninti'

though his shoes were, too tight,

soiemmy announces ne

HM

never
H 4

watches TV," and

waste of time."
But you do not Hive to be
extremists to ask questions about
TV. Tfie very, fact that some someone
one someone considers ii a waste of time
should make you ask yourself
what you arid your children get
r-dr Jose from yont hours be before
fore before the set.
"Am I satisfied with the pro programs?"
grams?" programs?" is an important ques

tion to ask yourself. If the
answer is "NV then it is time

yon did something abdut them

mmmjmmmm

Minv narents hav cbrriDlain-

ed to me about some TV shows,
they have Iten rhdrilly Wfln Wfln-sive
sive Wfln-sive profcrams Arid didn't know

what else to do except flip the
dial Others didn't even do that
much, iorxll&v hid vlfcwers
give blow by 6iow, quote By

quote, descriptions of TV shows
that thev and their families

shbuld not Have been watching.

Remember, getting out Of your
cuSHWried cTiair tb flick the TV
dial la sometimes more than just

an inconvenience; It can be a
moral riecSsstty.
FORT UNATEL the Wletlsldh
lnaustri Is awAre of Its obliga obliga-tlon.
tlon. obliga-tlon. It Has veluiiUftlt drawn
dp Its own Code which blueprints!
the Industry's resppnsibilitr for
the Oviacke-htoTduftUfe ina
Aliicatlbh, fdr decency and de de-corttm
corttm de-corttm In production. Should
you consider some show offen offensive,
sive, offensive, drop a polite note to tht
nartb in Washington.
Speaking of criticism: Did you
eylf write a tfiink-you letter to
trW sponsor or to the station for
Sgotid program? You shbuld.
eing as alert to praise as to
conderhri if bite way you cart
Help Mike TV bitter.
REMEMBER ft It a gift Of
God and, like ail His gifts thin

properly uid, .it prepares lou
tor Heaven. The surest tesl of
tVs value for M Is to

MtatatM

whether it's been lh aid dr a
hindrance in icfiievldg your
destinv eternal life In heavtft.
t FwlUl hit. SOTt., '. C.

Ava Gardner and Stewart Granger
Teams in "BHOWANI JUNCTION"
on Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA

j. aw 1
Jm HL ilgfiJjfl

til "BHOWANI JUNCTION, starring Ava Gardner and
Stewart Granger, which will be relfeAsed on Wednesday at
the BELLA VISTA Theatre a compelling motion picture of
etploslve passion, and dramatic conflict has been made of
John Masters' widely read novel.
set in the extttlc, mysterlpuk Arid violence -torn locale
post-war Pakistan, MGM sahf lts ttars and a location com com-pany
pany com-pany more than half ay ardund the world to give a ttoik ttoik-ihg
ihg ttoik-ihg authenticity to the unusual back-Srounds of Hindu,
Moslem and Sikh customs and hctlvlties, vividly brought to
life by the Cinemascope caniefas and latest photographic
COlOT prWeSS. 1 "" nan, I 1 uni 'i i,n 1 mi
"BHOWANI JUNCTION" is outstanding in every res respect
pect respect and Surely, It will be a hdgh success in its release at
the BELLA VISTA Theatre.

m6R0NS, MOANERS, congenital whiners, I was hard
at work doing mj trahilltg for tHt fBrtHbBWIHg OIVHIpid
Games in Rolando's Hideawav the othr ri.w anH .ula,

mg on what a poor show it is that Panama never got
ar nU2t 1 ndin8 7 ort of a team to Melbourne. Thera
will be teams there from countries just as small as Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, so ilie is no excuse.
ft crossed my mitrd that perhaps it is the restricted
nature of the Olympic program than has hampered the
adrrhnistrAtors of the Panama sporting scene. For instance,
the inclusion of events like throwing the crankshaft 0 0-tossing
tossing 0-tossing the passengers, or the hdle fault would find a
natural Contender in Red's Cantuia fjab.
The Russians would have a difficult job cominpj ub
With afijf idrf. 3f compafifion for fRS CanTuta CaB in ffiesi
events. They may claim to have invented the automobile,
but I'll wattr theywquld never claim to have invented
an autbmobile like Rbd'a. Actually it was never invented,
it just accumulated.
Dismissing these Olympic worriel from my mind, I
tUrHld frtrif?ito td eiPhlst cdhiderati6il of the iriatter
which hda top priority in thd considerations of thl jpolitic-ally-conscious
segment of the. Ganal Zone populace in
these embattled days U- the fortunes of our very own
Presidential candidate, T. Coleman Aridrbws, of the Pari Pari-ama
ama Pari-ama Canal board of directors.
Sirdw votes, Gallup surveys and such are taking A
mighty wary view of tHS Andrews cdndldAey. Mindful of
the Truman upset Ih 1948, I judge. They're getting out
on the various limbs named Eisenhower and Stevenson
willingly enough, But in the memory of some of thl lath,
mu's oldest students of thl Stateside political scene that
has seldom been such unwillingness to hazard an opinion
on A candidate'! chances as applies presently to T. Cole Coleman
man Coleman Andrews, mapper ahd guidl of PAhama Cartel Affairs.
So carefully are the polls takers, for thl most part,
that they are not even dAring to mention the" nanii of T.
Coleman Andrews ill their prognostications. Some of you
may have noticed this.
Naturally, those of us down hire who are proud at
last to have a Canal Zone candidate of our own entertain
1.0 such doubts. We know exactly how T. Coleman An
drews is going tb fare come Nov. 6.
You may have noticed some speculation among sup sup-porters
porters sup-porters bf thl Eisenhower and Stevenson minorities as
to the composition of thl cabinet their candidate will
appoint:
Somehow the curtain the two-party press has seen
fit to clamp over the landslide prospects of T. Coleman
Andrews has not permitted the public at large any inkling
of tha Andrews cabinet;
It must not be thought that we herd bh the Isthmus
have been neglecting this vital planning for thl future.
And there's one thing certain no one is going to brand
the Andrews cabinet a General Motors subsidiary.
It may be vigorously denied, or maybe no one will
bothei- denying it, but I am in a position to reveal the
partial composition of the cabinet which may help An Andrews
drews Andrews run the United States after next inauguration day.
Ah secretary of state, John Foster Dulles is tb be
replaced by Rufus Lovdlatly, Whole clear pronouncements
on international affairs hereabouts have been in notable
distinction to Dulles' equivocal hedging and brinkmanship.
Ezra TAft Bwfsbrt is out as minister of Agriculture,
and in goes Sadgyl Sam, whbsl long and clbse association
with farming is a byword among all who have smelt his
copy;
Secretary of thl Interior Will of course be Wilson
Crook, Who through the clubhouses and the commissaries
has been responsible for the interiors of Zonians for some
time. now. T. Coleman Andrew! has eaten at thl Tivdlt
guest house, and knows.
The post df Secretary of Deflnse it is understood will
be held IX officio by the president df thl Cocoli post Of
the VFW. Under the Andrews administration there Wjll be
III! attention paid to General Motors' bids for defense
cbntracts, nidre attention paid tb financing the armed
services thrbugh bingo gam. This Will be a great relief
for the burdened tlxdayir, and" is a strong plank of tha
Andrews platform. When you fcdnldlr What pbrtioh of
your takes goes into defense spending, and think how
mueh rriore fdh It Would be td spend It on bingo, you will
realise What a shrewd bunch of Isthmian advisers sur surround
round surround Andrews, counselling him on the state of the pub public
lic public pulse.
As secretary of commence, yob can scratch Sinclair
Wleks. The new riAm on the door is Potter. Anyone Who
can announce a record $4,0(30000 profit for the Panama
Canal Within about five month! of getting here is a natural
for the job..
Thl postmaster general Will come from among those
postal employes who ire to be beep riffed With the closing
of the Ancon post office. It is understood that several of
therh, by virtue of long government service have bumping
i ights ovdr the preseht incumbent Arthur E. Summerfield,
who js only the biggest Chivvy dlillf in Michigan.
Likewise the post of secretary of the treasury is not
finalized yet, according to the latest information available
to me. I am told by those in the inner circle that Andrews
doe! not intend to makl up his mind till after consulta consultations
tions consultations with Judge Guthrie Crowe arid the warden of Cam Cam-boa
boa Cam-boa jail. i
The Jim Magerty of thl Andrews administration is
expected to be either Will 0. Arey Jr.or Rufus Hardy.
They are both shortly to takl a brief though intensive
course on ileitis and heart trouble, And how these ail.
ments make a man a better preiidlnt. At the conclusion
of this course they will be tested By Col. Charles 0. Bruce,
arid on the results of these test! Will depend the selection
of a successor for Jim Hagerty.
It must be understood that all these positions are
tentative, and for diplomatic reasons some of those named
may deny they are under 'consideration for the pbsts
named. Indeed, so exclusive is the source of my informa information
tion information that tome of them may not even know themselvil
that they are under consideration, till they read this.
But, I felt myself obliged to let Canal Zonians Know
that the r first Presidential candidate is not going to
forget tlia home folks back hiri Whin he gets in thl
White Hbuse. .
You think Harry Trumah s Mlsiburi administration
was something? ,
Wait till you lea T. Coleman Andrews' Canal Zon
boys takl over thl affair! of thl United Statli and thl
world,

- a.

PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week overlook!
Major Hoopll's customary exact prophecy of thl Junior
College-Cristobal High School football score (or lack of
same) Friday night, and turns instead to the fact that
thl Athlttic Club beat Balboa High School by 20 points for
their first Ibss ih 1 garnet, sb if you want your luck te

change, try

2

012

you miserable rabble.



TBI SUNDAY AMERICAN

SUNDAY. OCTOBER Z. 195f

New Collars Keep You

From Sticking Out Neck

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) It
used to be that the man who'd
give you the shirt off his back

was taking a Dig cnance. mere
was always the possibility that it
wouldn't be the right collar style
for your face.
Rut thp shirt collar stvles of the

present season are less radical

than formerly. Ana mosi, men can
wear any of them without looking
siHy siHy-Gone
Gone siHy-Gone are the extra-long collars
that demanded a large face, and
gone are the terribly short collars
that looked well only on thin-faced
men.
TmIiv'i collars are mostly

short, but not violently so. Stanley
r.ninttp vire-nresident of the

PhiiiinK-Jnnes Cora., makers of

I j
t.

Dr. Benjamin Spock, child g'tid
ance authority for millions of par parents,
ents, parents, has a tip for politically mind
ed toddlers:
Wear big campaign buttons
the kind you can't swallow.
Dr. Spock also has a word to
ease the minds of parents whose
babies are subjected to politicians'
kisses. He doubts that .political
baby kissing is as unsanitary "as

f used u oe.
"Though I suppose it depends
or the candidal," he addd.
Former President Truirn, dur during
ing during his recent visit to England,
refused to kiss a baby that had
been thrust into his arms because
he said it "isn't sanitary."
The Cincinnati Redlegs are the
first major league team to have
air-conditioned dugouts.

are now available in checks and
plaids.
Npw this v p r U thp V-nprk

T-shirt, designed for use with an

open-neck sports shirt; also avail available
able available is a no-sleeve V-neck T-shirt,

so the sleeves wont show on a

NIGHTTIME IN
NEW YORK
By DONALD $. ROCKWELL1
Popular Max Loew has just cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated his ninth anniversary a
j l international rCVUCS

in the Viennese Lantern on L a s i

79th Stree. Dimng ncniy i
candlelight under a gay canopy,
you are entertained by a bjdy

Hungarian orcnes" vr-v
Harold Sandler concert vioumst,
fndErnest Schoen violinist and
linger. Lovely songstress Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Sierra of Madrid and he de delightful
lightful delightful voice of pntty, doll u
that from Siam complete a n
evVninrof musical enchantment
3 dinets linger as viotag
JtroU from table to table playing
requested favorite selections.
Mario and Franco make via
jaauu. .u. -iocnt.lv lux-

feel a name in r-"---
Ks Pass Restaurant on East

63rd Street. The resUul aecor TliYusen shirt's, says that
refined elegance adds nlt?hthese collars not only flatter 99
joyment of the fine .eortmentat m gJve M a
cuisine, embracing evTr: more youthful appearance."
meats and game. A ) place to dine rtMnti you $,j h.v, to
.n in a tranquil atmospnerp, . thjrt-

with perfect service. For jWnfctt-nrt these must be white to sell, al-
- '.'" .m" m,?'ri;t thoiifih black T-shirts his on

Raoidly pacea in their shirt sua wnan mey rt it . ,-.--.-"" lnc w1
of sustamed interest, "Too Late w tWnk olefin,. ,- Bivatra; but even knit briefs ,hort-sleeved sports shirt,
r. io a rolorful neWi r-niaHn nnintc mitt hat a

drama of provocative theme, deai- gain or oi eignt poUnds can
ing fearlessly with the problem ot often mean a full-size difference
forbidden relations between the m u,e neck measurement. So it's
races in South Africa. Realistic wise to have your neck tape tape-aets
aets tape-aets enhance fine performances by measured by a salesman every
Barrv SulUvan, Finlay Currie andyear or so-or more often if you
an excellent cast. The phalaropo gain or lose eight pounds fre fre-is
is fre-is a bird naUve to the country, quently.
II i Dim m 0ne way Jeelng rf your ghlrt
. l m.. m a v is a priori fit is to note the width

Dancm at no afe Pierre of ihi space at the top of the col col-wffi's
wffi's col-wffi's s t hilar over the tie knoU should

come io a peneci puim. iuu wmc
or too narrow and you need an another
other another size.
To check your sleeve length,
here's the proper amount of shirt
that should show below your suit
i re i I -..It II

ia tpi'"-t Kiiacaei CUII on a oarrci cuu, -r

Valente, European niBiH. - t0 of an mcn; on f rencn cuns,
star. Food in both is of the nerre a uU mch gQ the cufl linkg show
standard of excellence, in. tne u- Als0 when Duymg snirtg re.
val Room a new cocktail lounge, member that techpically certain
suspended from the celling, w"1, fabrics are not supposed to be
be known as the Bird Cage Bar. worn for dreSs occasions. Broad-

ciotn, nappiij, is uiv ior an wei,
but Oxford cloth is only worn for
sports or business. And never
wear a button-down collar for a

dress-up event.

As for color, some icy pasms
and small, restrained patterns are
now allowed for dress. But keep
vnup wilripr i colors and bolder

checks and patterns fpr other

uses.
nd be very careful off whose

back vou take the shirt.
Briefs about brlsfs, and other
underwear, culled during a visit

to Carter's very fancy snow-

rooms: j
Synthetics were a big flop In
the underwear field; men didn't
like the feel of nylon shorts.
Big news (at least with
Carter's) is the cottop-kpit short,
made of the same material as a

T-shirt; it needs no ironing.

I New Products

rV.v .mp worth's sm o

w,iu r.ii.K.n1. soncs

ryhthms ano juj
luringly tedecorated for the fall o o-SS
SS o-SS with Shamey Melba s popu-
M.n Tjiean s dance

casting Caterina

For dining elegantly in an oat-of-the-ordinary
place, the delight delightfully
fully delightfully different food and a t m o o-sphere
sphere o-sphere of the Copenhagen on Eas,
B3rd make this a sure bet. riom
the large photographic murals,
figured wallpaper and drapes, w
the elaborate spread of deliciou.1
amorgasbord and the perfectly
cooked substantial dinner, every everything
thing everything speaks of Denmark. A wr

dial welcome oy a 1 1 a u i e
Plume and Mr. Paul and a glass
of aquavit put you in the mood
for a memorable dinner, topped
off with a Danish liqueur, Cherry
Herring.
To cap a night on an exotic
no(e, the Hawaiian Room in Hotel
Lexington offers a lively Polyne Polynesian
sian Polynesian floor show, featuring volup

tuous Manu ana curvaceous isibdu
lovelies in South Pacific sengs.-ewd
ah -n i .a

Url.il J ailnnul chnrfc hatra onnp

len Gurton's nrchesitral l. ..jii. ..,na.i fi,p

alternates with the Johnny Coco win nof accept any color whatso-

mcihg ni tropical island i Pvpr in undershirts or T-shirts:

atmosphere created by Hawaiian

urai scenes ana boutn seas

nks.

Ibl

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Deux Parfums Jc CKriftian Dtof
AGENTS

MOTTA'S

PANAMA

By CLYDE D. FARNSWORTH
UnrUd Press Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK (UP) One of

the oldest typewriter manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers has come out with the world's
first electric portable typewriter
and says it will sell for $200 less
than twice the cost of regular
portables.

The machine, including case,

weighs 23 pounds, or five pounds

more than standard machines,
and is one-half inch higher.
It is powered by a small, two two-pound
pound two-pound motor similar to ones
which drive record players and
operates on 110 volt 60 cycle alter alternating
nating alternating current.
The rew portables permit auto automatic
matic automatic repeat action of the hyphen
and underline keys, as well as the
space bar. They also have a nim-pression-control
dial. The com

pany will produce 25,000 to 35,000

oi tne new portables at its Groton.

N.Y., plant. (Smith-Corona, Inc.,

oyracuse, n.y.)

A new gadget called a Scripture-Guide
is now being marketed

to help people use the Bible for

personal guidance. The guide is
in the form of a dial which lists

36 common emotional problems

ana seven answers to each one
That makes 252 Bible passages in
all. (Ledies Co., No. Hollywood,
Calif. )

Men can get a slick shav

ami at the sanrte time keep the

uieasi pocnei nanaxercnief from

drooping with a couple more of

me latest new products.

A new nrincinlp nf ihavina

being used with thp

lectric shaver. By means of roller

combs on each side of the cutters

the shaver rolls easily over the
surface of the skin. At the same

time the comb rolls the skin down
and the whiskers up to get a clean
shave. (Remineton Ranri Division

oi sperry Hand Corp., New York

The handkerchief holder is an

aluminum gadget that's adaptable

to every type of told square, cas

ual or pointed. (Hanky Doodle

Hanky Holder Co., Oklahoma

City, 14 Okla.X

PAA Names Chichester
To Post In Panama

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(PA-C) Panama growing im importance
portance importance as an air cargo distri distribution
bution distribution point for Pan American
World Airways is reflected in the
appointment of Sidney. R. Chi Chichester
chester Chichester as district traffic and
sale's manager at Colon.
A cargo specialist, Chichesler
has been with PAA for nearly 14
years, the last nine months as
cargo superintendent for the
Latin American Division.
Chichester, who take over his

new duties November 1, replaces,

tne late Carlos Milberg.
Pan American's rout,e radiate
from Panama to all parts of La Latin
tin Latin American. The cpuntry's
routes radiate from Panama to
all parts of Latin America. The
country's strategic location on
the air and sea lanes, plus the
Advantages of its FreeZone make
Colo i an unexcelled crossroad in
International trade.
Colon is the only PAA office in
the world that register more re revenue
venue revenue from cargo than passen passengers,
gers, passengers, and the airline has encou encouraged
raged encouraged further growth of the
customs-free port by reducing
rates up to 50 per cent on gene general
ral general cargo from Panama to Cen Central
tral Central America and on specific
commodities from Panama to
Miami and Central America.
Since joining PAA in 1942,
Chichester has held various car cargo
go cargo position, including those of
sales coordinator, supervisor,
and assistant station cargo man manager
ager manager at Miami.
Born in New York City, Chi Chichester
chester Chichester attended schools there,
in Miami and at Riverside Mili Military
tary Military Academy, Gainesville, Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. He lives with his wife and
daughter at 5871 S.W. 5th Ter--Te,
MtomL-

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By Staffers

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the Gamma Chi Sorority. 31m at attended
tended attended Bradley, U. Peoria, Illinois,
where ibe waa a member of the

Newman Club. She ia at present

employed m secretarial position
with the Mortgage Loan Dept.,
The Traveler's Insurance Compa Company,
ny, Company, Orlando, Fla.
Mr. Keasler hat served in the U
S. Air Force. He la a graduate of
Mt. Carmel Senior High School,
Mt. Carmel Pa. He u now attend attending
ing attending Orlando Junior College, where
m l 1 I. -iL.il

he is a member or me oaseiuu

Army To Si

mplify

Term:

team, and vice president ex
Circle K Club.

the

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Symbols, Too Are Altered

A major survey program has those which would eliminate 0 0-'heen
'heen 0-'heen ordered by USARCARIB ties that evoke derision. connoa
Headquarters to determine rec- obsolescence, are unwetdry or
iommended changes In army depart from publicly accepted
.symbols and terminology In job titles,
conjunction with Department Of j
the Army to modernize these The DA program also seeks to
items. ubstltu.e for words connoting
Department of the Army has immobility,, heavy masses or
expressed a belief that stream- static fronts by using words that

lining symoois ana terminology nave a more popular appeal a

Airplane fnata
At Halloween
aiHluiav Party

Novella Jane Sumner, daughter
of Mr. a.d Mrs. Arthur Sumner of

Golf Heights, celebrated her ninth
birthday with a Halloween party
at the Amador Officers' Club yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Guest were thrilled by the hand handmade
made handmade pinata in the ahape of an
airplane, imported from Honduras
for the occasion.
Roller Skating
Dicing Taoghf
The Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club is sponsoring lessons in dance
skating at the Balboa Rollerdrome
every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m.
Instruction is under the direction
Of Sgt John Snively. Regular ad admission
mission admission is charged but there is no

additional charge for dancing in
structions.

MRS. DONALD SCOTT ACCEPTS AWARD A Certificate of Official Recognition, part of the
formal Outstanding Performance Award given to Mrs. Rosamond L. Scott this week, was
presented during a brief ceremony Friday by Lieutenant General William K. Harrison, Jr.,
Commander in Chief of the Caribbean Command. Mrs. Scott, secretary to General Harrison,
was honored for her work during the past year. With Mrs. Scott when she received the
award was her husband, Donald L. Scott, of the Inter-American Geodetic Survey agency in
the Canal Zone. Secretary to three different Commanders in Chief since coming to Head Head-ouarters
ouarters Head-ouarters Caribbean Command in 1950, Mrs. Scott received the first tuch award give to a

"4J.O. a assj a. mvv

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED - Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oermalne
Flynn, of Orlando, Fla., announce the engagement of their
daughter Marguerite Ellen to Mr. William Francis Kessier.
The Flynns are former residents i of the Canal Zone.

GOVERNOR AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER WILL
ATTEND VETERAN'S DAY DANCE AT STRANGERS'-CLUB
Governor and Mrs. William K. Potter have accepted an
invitation to attend the Third Annual Veterans4 Day Dance
to he held at the Strangers' Club, Nor. 10.
The dance which is sponsored by the Garvyn H. Moum Moum-blow
blow Moum-blow Memorial Post 3871 and its Auxiliary will be one of
the biggest social events for '56 on the Atlantic Side.

Plynn-Koaster
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Germaine

a, former Canal Zone rest-

who now live in Orlando,

ve announced the engage-

Dam Francis Kessier of Orlando
Mr. Kessier is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wlllard William -Kessier of
Mount Car. iel Pennsylvania.
Miss Flvnn Is a graduate of Bal

boa High School and the Canal

It of their daughter Miss Mart Zone Junior College, where she

FMte EUea Flyno to Mr. W i 1-wsa cheerleader and member of

Mjl taM hearing is to watch-i

Mb evutian

r

Miss Joan Scott
Transfers To 'Frisco
Miss Joan L. Scott, daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scott

Curudndu Height!, has transferred

ward, was presented to Mrs,

Scott by General Harrison dur
inr hripf corpmnnv in his of-

w flee Fridy- With ..Mrs.

Scoto

the award

to San Francisco, Calif., wherejwa4 her huaband, Donald L.

Bcott of the inter-American

she will be statloded. Miss Scott

is a stewardess' with Pan Ameri

can Airways and will be on
Pacific run.

their

Mr. And Mrs

Have Hauseguests
Mrs. Matte Herferraan and Miss

Catherine Hefferman are house-!

guests, of Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Rheney of Balboa.
They arrived here from Atlanta

Ga. last Friday, and plan to leave
tomorrow to travel by ship to New

Orleans.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE I)

will be.ter identify in public

eyes the Army In Its present
;and future roles.
As a result, the command will
! follow a three-point program
This program requires ma major,
jor, major, subordinate and peat
I commanders to submit to
Headquarters, USARCARIB,
ATTN: G-l, recommended
changes 'n Army symbolism
and terminology of which they
have knowledge within their
commands. These change will
i be reported as they art for-
; mutated.

. M
General and special staff sec section
tion section chiefs of the headquarters
will submit changes of knowl knowledge
edge knowledge to their section on a con continuing
tinuing continuing basis.
At leasfr once quarterly com commanders
manders commanders will advise their offi officers
cers officers and enlisted men of the im importance
portance importance of this program and re

quest Suggestions of them on!
these l:ems.

Immediate recommendations
for changes were due at Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, USARCARIB yeater-

Iday.

William K Harrison, Jr., Own- General Louis T. Heatn, cmer oi quami me men oi ror. &uuk

mander in Chief, cariDDean s.aii, uariooean pnuaauu, jwiuj me itociuhi.i i,,...., ii"uumii Wi .-iuj u u-Cfcrnmand,
Cfcrnmand, u-Cfcrnmand, received an Out-Brigadier General George F. available on the post, a series of i scribed the objectives of the

standing Performance Award scniawer, uanooean command discussions oy opecim ocivicoar jjiugram a oemp, u eiron to
this week for her work during! Assistant Chief of Staff for personnel will be held the end: gain increased public and inter-

th nast vear Plana ana operations; Mrs. or hub luuuui. ouyjwiv ream me a-
A Certificate of Offlcial Rec-! Charles H. Hoke, wife of Lt.l ; my vocabulary tc ( Identify the

ocnition and A p pr e elation, Hoite, uhn, Navai Aiae to oen-1 m.. unnnc umu. oui :flnuj wun progress
which is nart of the formal a-leral Harrison; Captain Russell I Services officer, will present the! mission, to suggest power, tri.

JL. L-TlUK, jr., rtlUC UC LHIIIP IU WVb. .O JU W JAiov UIIUMlOIUIinj uivvuiv, vcioown-
General Harrison; and Lft. Hoke. theaiter. ty, in organization and to ac-
Mr. and Mrs. Scott are plan-' "We have more opportunities hieve color and capture lmagim
ning a three-month trip to the for relaxation i and education a'.lon without sacrificing dignl-

United States ni!t month. They ,nere on post tnan most or. ine ty

scout, ranger and pioneer.

civilian employe of the headquarters since that time.

OuhtanJinf performance -Award
presented Oo Iffjri. bonatd Scott
Mrs. Rosamond L. Scoot, aec-jliam K. Harrison, wife of the

retarv to Lieutenant General commanaer in unier Major

Kobbe Facilities
Will Be Outlined
In Special Program

In an effort to further ac-

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when she received

Geodetic Survey agency in the
Canal zone.
Mrs: Seotlt has been secretary
to three different commanders
in Chief since coming to Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Caribbean Command In
1950. Her award was the first
one presented to a civilian em employe
ploye employe of this headquarters since
that time.
Attending the ceremony hon honoring
oring honoring Mrs. Scott were Mr Wll-

expect to return to the

Zone m mid-January.

Canal 'men realize," Glnn pointed out

...EIFOIlX
HjHjlH ONI STOPS I

In addition, objectives of the

program are to increase the feei feei-lns
lns feei-lns of unity and comradeship.

The Kobbe beach, with its pic

nic and snack bar facilities, retain (or return to) Important
I shower area and bohios; the historical and traditional asso asso-post
post asso-post Olympic style swimming clatlons and to avoid links with

pool, considered one of the fin-(equipment likely to have a tran-

Wmishes'thelast weakspotf
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the exciting rhythms of CLARENCE MARTIN'S

orchestra in the beautiful BELLA VI8TA ROOM and
for the late comers George Godov plays the piano,
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Balboa Bar.
George also plays

Tues., Wed. & Thurs.

est in the area; and the auto

motive and craft shops where

men can apply themselves to j
their hobbies, are among the
opportunities often overlooked.

The post photo lab, recently
redecorated and modernized, i
has had added to its list of pho photographic
tographic photographic equipment another"

sitory existence.

Areas of. inquiry include unit
designating, military position
titles and military formations,
Installations, equipment, pro procedures
cedures procedures and phenomenia.
Examples of modern unit

designation would be. Mlth

enlarger. Two new developing, Antimissile Rocket Bn (NIKE

tanks are on order anti should

arrive within the next week.
The Kobbe library, with its
collection of books; the service
club with lis varied program ;
and the ppsepprts program in
general, are4 among the other
activities which will be, explain explained
ed explained during the coming discussions.

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column should ba submitted in
type-written form and mailed fa o
of the box numbers listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices el
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Sisterhood Of Kol
Shearith Israel
The Sisterhood of Kol Shearith
Israel will hold its regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting Tuesday at 4 p.m. in
the Community Hall.
Balboa Woman's Club
Board Meeting
Postponed
The Balboa Woman's Club board
metting will not be held a sched scheduled
uled scheduled Oct. 31 due to the art and

i craft display which, is being held

on Oct. 31, at the Jewish Welfare
Center.

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Two contenders at the Los
Angeles County Fair team up
for a photo. The lambie-pie is
19-year-old Virginia Rodgert,
of San Gabriel, Calif., who
seeks the title of queen of the
fete. She's showing off straw straw-hatted
hatted straw-hatted Champion Corbie, year year-old
old year-old Southdown ram of many
blue ribbons, competing in tbe
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Little GirF s Tale of Murder
Proves True; father Nabbed

(arpef

4Wt fix 41 Mh.

We Just Received

ft benefit

wnrlr nf art To he raffled are Wl

ariini Minting by Mrs. "Pete";

I kxi's un Weduesdey, Oct. Si, drssaH L1EAW5TH "OHY, Nj., ct.

a in a.m. to 9 D.m. at toe Jevnefl'27 (UP) A little sM's story Uttt

Card Party, Tea Welfare Uenter. Tbe door ptaes, "Maawnie ft shot" completed tnenn

which the v a pair of copper pictures and a be- case against l.S, saw mat led

Women's Club w tea are donated by the memtwis, laouae to She

jive Tuesday a ran awn, Nov. t. ai we noioer oi me iiiczy anmoer minea nis wiie on a lonery oeacn.

the Amador Officers' Open Bless, drawn need not be present at the Hans Paasch., 31, of Hidk

will also feature a raffle of three s o'clock drawing.' Va., confessed that he allot

WrtSKNGTON, -Oct Z7.-(MTS)
An Army captain with only 10
minutes of previous flight time

vash "tlie-heedi uf "the Oarofaw rcc enUy piloted ess lapimiBeatel

outer banks. The body, dad only one man helicopter to an unci

underclothes with a natter

rwranwd around the head, had

wbaae ne had ,had bean covered with Jeaaes and

brash. (

throughout the day.

cordially invited.

Ukw.ii J Bafoa tteifthtf well-

known local artist; a hand made
cooper plaque, made by Wrs. F.
J Ri4tt nf Diablo Hestr,

and a hand-painted batea donated Orchid Chaster

by Mrs. Forrest u. uunnmoor. will Hold

avtl the oioceeds of the beneot

wflThe donated to the Bella Vista
Children's Borne of Panama City,
for the purchase of needed sup-

naW mnA materials

The card party wiH etart at ltjoa on Saturda
pan.; tea will be served at4.W a Xher,

pa, aad a program m cmn wuu

mtmt will be pj
fulnm nf thf

ho a aaaaaa of etaaatah dances by

ptaous at Mrs. Blanca K. de Ri
iV baritone soles by Ed Welde,
w '.. mm Philadelnhhr. and

selections by accordionist Robert

Pwkn- nf Fort KobbC

Cervine as) the entertainment

.a arm Mrs. Terence O.

Ford, Met. Cleveland Soper and
Mrs. BuddL. Haberstick Also
nthrommittee in

charge of arrangements are Mrs.
Ehner G. Abbott, Chairman. Mrs.
Bejamin Chen, Co Chartman,
Mrs Chfford Payne, Mrs. Her Herman
man Herman W Schull, Mrs. Robert J.
Boyd, Mrs. Otto G. Hausmann,
Mrs. Fred J. Gerhanft,' Mrs. T. E.
Oglesby Mrs. Charles Morgan,
Mrs. A. C. Boessler, Mrs. Law Law-ranee
ranee Law-ranee Adler, Mrs. Harold H. Fee Fee-nay,
nay, Fee-nay, Mrs. Forrest G. Dunameer,
Mrs. Frank J. Harrinton, Mrs.
John W. Graham, Mrs. F. R. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Mrs. Thomas S. McKibhan,
Mrs. Richard M. Lovelace, Mrs,
James P. Roberts and Mrs. Ha Harold
rold Harold J. Zierten.

Refreshments will he sexared

The public is

drea." Be and his wife.

rated and had been involved in a

jeustody fight lor their three fcttle

girls.
Paasch, stationed aboard a car-

ajo sup at .Norfolk, Va., had been

awaraea we two eater guru, uau

fir

wife, Lauretta, a, because he th hack of the head with a 22

"couldn't stand to lose the cbji- caliber pistol white tne three chii

facial endurance record.

stayed ataft 41 minutes.
Oarhm the race, ttiaht Capt.
Selmar A Sounder, of t Euitis
Ve., put the helicopter throuejh

Paasch said he shot tne wife Jn Ha pace, tarning, hanking.

sat m the famihr car -nearby

Paasch wtM he then drove the

body to the beach sear Kfciy

.Hawk, N C-

After burying his wife, Taasch
said, he hsft the baby at the

The annual bazaar of Orchid dk, 3, and Anne, 2. The mother 'Church and took the ether girls

Chapter No. 1, O.E.S. this year a i had custody of the

re Club

Arts And Crafts Group

The Balboa Woman's Club Arts

aad Craft group will present a dis display
play display of crafts made by their raem-

Harvest Festival, will be held at jwwithuC Patricia

the Scottish Rite Temnfe in Sal The .case heoan Tram

y, Nov. 3. from i standpoint nine days ago wneo raascn s arresj.

p.m. There will be fun for Patricia was found abandoned cn ..

the whole family with booths in-1 the altar of a Catholic church I t little girl -was -right al!

'Jitcluding parcel post packages, bat- Mommie js shot, Memmie is ? time. Lamb said, "ft wm'S
will l i ?t j E t r It 4 ,) .v Mft&il : i j MM llffail knnel ihmmmiU, ln

rou umb, irviiB, ihuhb wye. iii-, govt, uic uux tti sain over -ami - "-" im

Hey work, and white elephants. .pvei farmers to nave round uw

"Whene is your anwamie?" she srrvc.

The children will enjoy the fish ; was asked.

"By a tree on the beach

Claudia aepiiad.

he ear ana end ftybaa toward and

bechwards "severel feet- above
Named the aerocycle, the Army
one man 'copter was developed

to explore "means of increasing

battlefield ground mobflrty and
advanced use for scotrtmg, recon recon-Aaaisaance
Aaaisaance recon-Aaaisaance d'jservation.

habx, 11- u his heme at Hickory, near! Initial tests of the "magic car

IPwrtameeth, Va. Wetfarp 'worker ; I pet" at Camp Hlmer, N. J.,

a JMMice aw cnarxe or an wee aner jjroved thai inexperiencea men.

ould ncerate it witn oniy m

pcad and the mystery he use.

From 5 tc 7 p.m. a spaghetti din dinner
ner dinner will be served. The tickets for

the dinner are $1:60 for adults and

50 cents for children and may be
purchased at the door.

No Women Thanks

Soys 106-Yearer

BELMONT, Mass.. Oct 27 fUP)

Oharies W. Thiery celebrated tea
106th birthday today bv toastin

the girl he never found.

"A good thing I didn't or I might
have been dead years ago," be
said.

Spurred an by Claudia's story lwvf,lu'1 im- r- rne

ptliue Questioned Paasch closety. BBenn ana jni deputies searcned
Coafronted a filling station on f" AXl
erator who identified him, as tte !, !eeton

me aoursiep oi me vriiuam mc-

resiaehce. McLemare

jan can nrkaa irtftnikaaH 4t a Bar ritWr

fUaa lax ikaa saaSittvtaa wVtan Pfrifsa LeiBOre

i-rui laaf Paoenh aaAnlaaeaUMl
a and Jtis wife wwe aroused at 2

eTdtog to Norfolk cmb, y'JlSSSJLirX

PaUce insaectsr -cnartes lamtt. I j'tZTJi" 7 Kl
PaaachTied ofjicers of boUi w" cusfotly &e
states to 4he shallow grave in a MoLemare family.

minutes training, "making it s
vailable for use by the average
soldier without normal pilot train training."
ing." training." Wit aerecycle to aa worse1 by
a two cycle, 44 hat tepower eet
maUr and aaa carry a 200peund
Py lead 40 mites an hear. It
can toad an to tour rubbar-pad-atod
'toat" an land ar water.
Dureotional controls are built
into the handles, which resemble
bicycle handlebars, and flight at
titude is (guided by shift in the

Bitot's weight from side to side.

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RALPH'S STUCK WITH JOE
Pilot Bafph Ekberry leaves
his plane at Atlanta, Ga., carry carrying
ing carrying luggage covered with travel
stickers. But now be has a new
one -a huge "I Like Joe Smith''
label ife's helping to spread
the legend of the "little man
who wasn't there" at the recent
OOP oetioual connentioa.

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Thierv is convinced that

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fusal to smoke or drink, baa made

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damea.

"Marriage is all right if you find
the right woman," he said, "bat

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Highly Rated Palmer

Expected To Triumph

In $1000

Seven reportedly expeasive and choicely bred
South American race horses, recently imported from
Peru, will make their local debut in the $1000 six six-f
f six-f urlong New Owners Handicap (Handicap Nuevos
Propietarios) this afternoon at the President Re Re-mdn
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The probable mutueU choice i
the highly rated maimer, wnicn
was probably the best horse in
Peru at the time in his sale to
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jockey Francisco Gatica will .do
the booting aboard the Argentine
bred. Palmer is the hold holder
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cd romp-cd home first in many classic
faces.
Chiroke, which is owned by
group of nine Colon turfites, and
two most likely to upset Palm?r.
Chiroke will be ridden by Julio
Rodrieuez while Douglas Cortez
gets a chance to enter the win winner's
ner's winner's circle aboard Volcanico.
Kiroga turned in a sizzling
workout and should not be over-
Phil Conley
WINNING FORM? .U.S.
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looked. He will have slumping
Virrilio Castillo m the saddle.
Alfredo Vasquez should help
Tiburon. The opposite is expected
in the case of Abrami. The latter
seems handicapped by the over
weighted Jose Avila and will most
likely carry three or four pounds
more than the original 115 as assigned
signed assigned each starter in this "Spe "Special."
cial." "Special." Certero. which will lead the
parade postward has the success
ful Osvaldo de Leon to handle his
reins. Certero, like all the other
scheduled starters in this race,
has been impressive in his work workouts.
outs. workouts. the Meinaldo Diaz trained triple
entre of Alhajar, Elko and Blake Blake-mere
mere Blake-mere seem a shoo in in the
seven furlong $700 secondary at attraction.
traction. attraction. Golden Corn II. Tony.
Maria Stuardo, Empire Hnnr
Embassy and Cachafaz will op oppose
pose oppose the entry.
Eight other races complete the
let race card.
Mutuel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1- flocorrito $7.60, 3.60.
2 GrimUda $2.80.
SECOND RACE
1, -My Friend $13.20, 4.60.
2. -Tiny Brook $3.40.
First Double; $109.80.
THIRD RACE
1. Don Brigldo $3.20, 2.20.
2. Ocean Star $2.60.
One-Two: 111.
FOURTH RACE
1. Curale $8.40, 3.
2 Morenote $5.20.
Qulniela: $13.60.
FIFTH RACE
1. Quilacoya $4.60, 2.60.
2 Vulcanlzado $2.60.
SIXTH RACE
L After Me $4.80, 2.60.
2. -Oyster $2.80.
SEVENTH RACE
lr-Gavilan $9.40, 5.20.
2,-Perslan Countess $5 60.
Second Double $27.80.
EIGHTH 1 RACE
1. -Damadura $8.60, 4.20.
2. -Solito $4.60;
Qulniela: $14.
.NINTH RACE
1. Trlrreme $4. 2:80.
2. -Febrero II $5.20.
One-Two: $15.80.
TENTH RACE
1. Moon Beam $6.80, 4.
2. Two Colours $4.20.
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yardage than au me waryian-i
hacks and more man twice as
much as the entire West Virginia
varsity.
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Illi Raca 3t4 Series lav. f
Pun. $400.00 Pool Oases 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THt DOURLi
1 Bacana O. de Leon 113
2 Love's Girdle A. Vasquez 115
3 Lucho C. iRleslas 110
4 Incalca F. Gatica 105
5 (Lanero B. eaeDa lue
6 (Arpegio J. Jimenez 107x
2ml Race "G" Natives 5 la.
Pane $275.00 Pool Oases 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Conquistador B. Baeza 113
2 Ebon v G. Montero 104x
3 Blue Moon V. Brown 115
4 Avispa Li. uiraiao no
5 Golden Pick H. Ruis 108
6 Black Bee J. Bravo 113
7 San Cristobal C. Ruiz 120
8 Uyuyuy F- Hidalgo 118
9 Wlnsaba G. Vasquez HOx
3rd Raee "I-C" Natives 5 Pes Pes-Pun.
Pun. Pes-Pun. $350.00 Pool Closes 1 :45
ONE-TWO
1 Joe A. Ycaza 112
2 La Enea D. Cortez 106
3 Nacho G. Vasquez 103x
4 Radical A. Vasquez 120
5 Argyht F. Gatica 108
4th Race "Non-Winners" 4 Fee.
Purse $250.00 Pool Closes 2:20
QUINIEIA
1 G. Patrick E. Darfo 96
2 D. Perica A. Gonzalez 105
3 Angelita B. Baeza 102
4 Chito V. Castillo 112
5 Franclsqulto F. Gatica 112
6 Rafaellto A. Vaaquez 116
5th Rice 'Elimination" Imp. I Mile
Pun $600.00 Pool Clow 2:55
1 Our Fancy B. Baeza 100
2 Salustlo L. Glraldo 110
3 Lazv Brook D. Cortez 105
4 Alabarda A. Gonzalez 105
5 Quematodos F. Alvarez 115
6 Tempestad O. de Leon 105
6th Race 2nd Series Imp. 1 Mite
Purse $500.00 Pool Closet 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOURLI
1 El Fakir J. Rodriguez 113
2 Andes B. Baeza 106
a nimtinirn p Alvarez 110
4 Jaqulmazo R. Vasquez 110
5 Topocaima jr. uawca no
6 Postlnovich H. Ruiz 106
7 S. Slipper G. Vasquez HOx
7th Race ltd Striu Imp. 6 For
Puna $400.00 Pool Closes 4:05
SECOND RACE Or Tnt double.
1 Fellac
M. Guerrero 106
2 Fuerte
3 Riscal
4 Genlzarlto
5 Nogallno
6 Amln Dldi
7 jMiezereum
as y Spot
B. Baeza 115
F. Godoy 105
J. Bravo 110
F. Alvarez 118
J. Phillips 110
H. Ruiz 110
O. de Leon 113
F. Gatica 105
8th Raee "t" Natives 7 Fas.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
1 Mimi A. Bassan 97x
2 GuararS A. Ycaza 113
3 Redondita H. Ruiz 113
4 Moonshiner G. Sanchez 115
5 Julie V. Brown 118
6 Chepanita R. Vasquez 114
9th Rsca 1st Series Imp. 7 Fgi.
Purse $700.00 Pool Closes 5:15
ONE-TWO
1 Golden Corn J. Phillips 108
2 Tony G. Vasquez 105x
3 Ma. Stuardo B. Baeza 105
4 Emp. Honey F. Gatica 106
5 Embassy l. uiraiao ua
6 Cachafaz H. Ruiz 105
7 (Alhajar R. Vasquez 113
8 (Elko O. de Leon lua
9 (Blakemere V. Castillo 115
1 0th Rats "Special" Imp. Fo.
Purse $1,000.00 Pool Closes 5:40
"NEW OWNERS HANDICAP"
1 Certero O. de Leon 115
2 Abrami J- Avila 115
3 Volcanico D. Corthez 115
4 Klroea V. Castillo lis
5 Tiburon A. Vasquez 115
6 Palmer F. oatica 115
7 Chiroke J. Rodriguez 115
Racetrack Tips
By LUIS ROMER
1 Love's Girdle
2 San Cristobal
3 Argyla
4 Franctsquito
5 Ouematodos
6 Jaquimazo
7 Mesereum
8 Moonshiner
9 Alhajar (e)
10 Palmer
Lucho
Avispa
Radical
Rafaellto
Salustlo
Topocaima
Te Gano
Chepanita
Emp're Marie
Chiroke
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NEW TORS, Oct. 37 (UP). -Army
dosed out its 57-year-old
football relations with Columbia
today by walloping the under undermanned
manned undermanned Lions, 60-0, tor its
greatest margin in the history
of the series, with speedy Dick
Kyasky leading the shower of
nine cadet touchdowns.
PTTTRBTIROH. Oct. 27 (UP).
Quarterback Corny Salvaterra,
pulling out au stops in wie sec second
ond second half, guided Pittsburgh on
an 80-yard scoring drive and
then passed nine yards for a
touchdown as the favored Pan Panthers
thers Panthers defeated Oregon, 14-7 to today.
day. today. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 27
nipi rnicate an Iw League
nemesis, struck for touchdowns
in tKa first and fourth' nuarters
todav to knock favored YaleJ
from the ranks of the unbeaten,
14-6 before 38,250 fans at the
Yale Bowl.
rrthi.ehem. Pa.. Oct. 27
(UP). Lehigh, sparked by end
Austie short, rolled un Its fifth
consecutive victory over Rutgers,
27-13, today in the 53rd meeting,
of the "middlfc three" scnoois.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 27 (UP)
Iowa's surprising Hawkeyes,
led by Bill Happel's two touch touchdowns,
downs, touchdowns, scored their fifth straight
victory today, defeating Purdue
21-20.
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Oct. 27 (UP)
Underdog Illinois battled back
from a 13-0 halftime deficit to today
day today to upset Michigan State's
top-ranked Spartans 20-13 be before
fore before a homecoming crowd of 71, 71,-119.
119. 71,-119. AWN ARBOR, Mich., Oct 27
(UP). Minnesota scored twice
In the fourth period today to
ripn Michisran a zu-v UDset Be
fore 84,639 homecoming fans.
BOSTON, Oct. 27 (UP).
Halfback Jim Brown moved a
step closer to all America hon honors
ors honors today, scoring all of Syra Syracuse's
cuse's Syracuse's points as the once-beaten
Orange defeated Boston
University, 21-7.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 27 (UP)
ron KoDnes scored twice to
give Bucknell a 12-6 victory over
Tempie ana possession oi me oia
shoe trophy in their 30 year ri rivalry
valry rivalry today before 8,100 home homecoming
coming homecoming fans at Temple stadium.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 87
(UP) Navy's first team scor scored
ed scored two touchdowns today and
then sat to the role of speeta-
times in a 54-6 rout of Penn Penn-slvanla
slvanla Penn-slvanla for the Middles' big biggest
gest biggest margin of, victory In the
41-game series.
STONES, Conn., Oct. 27 (UP)
penn state, paced to two nrsi nrsi-half
half nrsi-half touchdowns by the long
distance running of halfback
Billy Kane and the passing of
Milt Plum, staved off a second
half comeback by West Virginia
today to register a 16-6 victory.
ITHACA, N.Y., Oct. 27 (UP)
Hewes Agnew, a 195-pound
junior halfback from Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, scored four touchdowns
today In leading undefeated
Princeton t oa 32-21 victory
over Cornell.
Detroit Red Wings
Regain National
Hockey League Lead
The Detroit Red Wings, off to
their best start since coming into
the National Hockey League, re
gained sole possession of the top
spot today with four wins and two
ties.
Ttt Wittcrst talrintf triuant a era rwf
iC TV suV veanouf) m v usigv vs
the porous Chicago defense, beat
the winless Black Hawks, 31,
Thursday night, while the Toronto
Maple Leafs rallied for a pair of
goals in the third period to defeat
the crippled Montreal canacuens,
3-2.
Two Densities Droved Chicago's
undoing as the Red Wings cashed
in on power plays in me first ana
second periods. Norm unman ana
rookie Billy McNeill scored in the
opening period and Gordie Howe
added the insurance marrer in me
middle session. Harry Watson
scored Chicago's lone tally in the
same period. The Black Hawks
have yet to win in six games ana
have scored only four goals.
The victory gave the Red Wings
10 points in the infant season,
breaking a tie with the New York
Rangers, who have won four of
six starts.
The Maple Leafs win boosted
them into third place, a point
back of New York. Montreal re
mained in a fourth-place tie with
Boston.
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Roundup

SOUTH BEND. Ind.. Oct. 27
(UP). -Oklahoma won its 35th
straight game today, trouncing i
Notre Dame 400 before a record
crowd of 60,138 who saw the na nationally
tionally nationally televised contest
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 27 (UP)
Ohio State, scoring two first first-half
half first-half touchdowns ana one in the
second, today tied Michigan's 15
consecutive game big ten win
ning streak with a 31 -o victory
over Wisconsin.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct 27
(UP). Harvard's savage run running
ning running attack overpowered I fight fighting
ing fighting Dartmouth team 28-21 today
in an annual Ivy League clash
dating back to 1882.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 27
(UP). Indiana drove 37 yards
in the final three minutes for a
touchdown today to edge North
western 19-13 in a Big Ten foot-
ball game before about 23,003
fans.
DURHAM ,N. C, Oct. 27 (DP)
Duke, warming up for next
week's big clash with Georgia
Tech, crushed Its favorite whip
ping boy, North Carolina state,
42-0 today In a jarring display
oi sput-T power.
uuurwPFR Carlos Matos.
rouaiy poses w mi m-p
I. .A OTarlln ranch) Oil 1 24-4
thread line and boated after 14
minutes. It is tne secona itk
caught during the Puerto Rico
Invitational Gameftfh Tourna
ment, tne cnampwn on vp
mem, tne enampiim v,r
of 322 pounds landed by Matos
Cangreios xacni uuo.wim uuo.wim-mate,
mate, uuo.wim-mate, Ping Conway.

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Industry On Parade
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Run Morgan
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Toast of the Town
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Bad Back Gets

Johnny Podres
Out Of Navy
NORFOLK, VS., Oct. 27 (UP)
Letfcy Johnny Podres was out
of the Navy today, medically
discharged because of the same
back Injury he had when he was
Inducted, and which had plagued
him throughout his pitching
career with the Brooklyn Dodg Dodgers.
ers. Dodgers.
In fact, E. J. (Buzty) Bavasi,
general manager of the Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, said in Brooklyn he was
concerned over whether Podres
could regain his pitching effec effectiveness.
tiveness. effectiveness. "AH I can hope now is that
his back is not in any worse
shape than It was when he left
us to go .into the service," Ba Bavasi
vasi Bavasi said. "Because he always
had plenty of trouble with it."
"Podres, who pitched the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers to their one and only world
championship against the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in 1955 with 8-3 and 2-0
victories, received his medical
discharge after a three-man
medical survey board at the
Portsmouth Naval Hospital ruled
to release him yesterday after
noon.
Capt. C. A. Stevenson, ortho
pedic surgeon at the hospital
made tne recommendation tnat
Podres be released.
Podres disappeared quickly
after belne released and was out
of contact with friends at this
vast Naval base. Dodger officials
said they had not heard from
him and his parents at wuher-
bee, N.Y., said they had not
even heard that he had been
discharged.
"He left In a hurry, bag and
baggage, going out of here as
a civilian but no one has any
Idea where he went," said a
public information offtclal.
"But he's out of our hands
now and we cant officially
keep, track of him."
Stevenson, whn had treated
Podres for several months, sent
him to the hospital on Sept. 19
for treatment of the slipped
vertebrae in his back. The treat treatment
ment treatment mainly involved physical
therapy.
A SDOkesman at, the hrunltnl
described Podres' chronic condi condition
tion condition as a "spondylolisthesiu
symptom" which was not likely
to arieci nis pitcning.
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Sports Briefs
SPORTS SPORTS BRIEFS
. NEW YORK (UP)-Ray Beck,
injured New York Giant guard,
will start Sunriav imlnii )h.
Philadelphia Eagles at Yankee
oiaaium. uecK tested his injured
ankle during a workout Thursday
and SSid he would he ahh tn nlav
Bill Austin and Gerald Huth, two
omer injured guards, will not see
anion against tne Eagles.
ROCHESTER, N Y. (UP)-Even
n me ftocnesier Red Wmss fran
chise in the International League
is piacea on tne block by the
parent St. Louk cardinals, as has
been reported, baseball will con
tinue in cny in Un. Twr
groups are sn d to he interested
in purchasing the Red Wines with
the Idea of keeping the club in
wis city.
CAMDEN, N.J. (UP) Willie
Shoemaker, with 313 triumphs.
wss one victory ahead of Willie
Hartack before today's program at
Garden State Park in their battle
for national riding honors. Each
had one winner Thursday.
STOCKHOLM (UP) The Swe Swedish
dish Swedish Football Federation has de decided
cided decided t o call off Sunday's sched scheduled
uled scheduled international match between
Sweden and Hungary In Budapest
because of the civil war there.
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1:00 Panorama News
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SHOOTING THE HEAVY
KICKERS
By WARREN PAGE
Shooting Editor
IN THIS gun-experting business
a gent like myself is often called
upon to run accuracy tests on
shoulder cannons that are likely to
scramble a man's few brains un unless
less unless properly handled.
Since thp fpnpr.il rra7p fnr maa.
num rifles and the growth of re
loading interest have given thou thousands
sands thousands of riflemen the u r g e to
bench-test hard-shooting and hnrrl.
kicking hardware, a few words on
me techniques thereof might not
be amiss.
There is no sense, In rest test testing
ing testing a shoulder-buster, in being he heroic
roic heroic at the expense of your bridge bridge-work.
work. bridge-work. Pads are completely kosher,
so long as what's between you and
the gun-butt doesn't prevent it
from being sho. normally.
The Sub-du pad, pinned inside
an ordinary jacket, does the same
recoil-absorbing job as a regular
rifle coat. As good is a sheepskin
or other soft gun case.
Your elbows take a scraping
shooting big 'uns of a bench or
testing table, and I see nothing ef-

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Weill Picks Patterson

To Succeed Marciano

Wrestling Has Atentfive Fan In Brownell,
But No Script Ready For Anti-Trust Suit

By OSCAR FRALIY

By JIMMY BRESUN
HE A Stiff Correspondent

'really hurt" over Marciano's

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NEW YORK. Oct. 27 (UP) Al scries, that Al the Vest was a t- IN Acalculated move of almost

(The Vest) Weill, whose shrewd-:rant who ruled his life with ji unimaginable proportions, Attorney
ness led Rocky Marciano out of no-' iron and unrelenting hand. General Herbert Brownell, Jr. r.as
. Lt j... -:.Lnj .... -a. e;i i .nti.lfiiot anit ao&irrat

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fUUUk IV.' a aarwu IliUai Ul UlVlll T V V W" -w

dots agreed among themselves to
do such things as respect each
other's territorial rights, compel
all promoters in any members' ter territory
ritory territory to obtain wrestler exclusive
lv from such member and tj hlack-

nciuciv uiunuvu, ..
civil anti-trust suit against: list wrestlers accepting engagd-

iiieiu irum non-mcrairei

, NEW TIGER Soloman McTieY snarls, "Let me at 'em!
1 Al Weill points to Rocky Marciano's championship belt.

Rocca's

breakers

best Argentine back

By HARRY GRAYSON

hard to sav what might haooen

'Youthful Pressure" Important
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ker, thinks enough of the trim .finishing punch," he added, "yon
young man to be PavinK his ex- stm nave to go with youth. What

pense wnne i mean is mat Patterson can
Al'mous trainer, Charley Goldman, 1 k running at Moore and he

wTllfs brains out in a slick mag-'are taking a good look at mm won't have to back off and take

.Tine Series DUt 1Ile vcot lain auu ia riunu uivmu imc aw wiir.
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hat thev saw in knockouts Mnn shnnlrf tell the starv

NSW

Rocky

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Marciano

(NEA)

knocked

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dtS't believe Rocky said scfred by Metier, the

them things," says the old man

landscape worker, in his first
two outings as a professional.

his retired gladiator as heavy-;,eul jd sobirly. "But I think I charging toe group with monopoly Bflt,Brnmcn.., anli.trKr ,,1.!

weight champion ot tne worm. aia good wb fox Rocky ana i nation 01 me inausiry. T I l j
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and ancient Archie Moor at ChksIiB. m whichhe "brought quarters in Columbus, 0. A. JJ. i cmb"
cato Stadium on Nov. 30 for the. Marciano atone ing up b gger promotions for June uty or cnarges, out wotw
vacant tiUe. 'That wUl tell the; MaftJ Speaks For UmM ByersP.nd LaChola LaCla.re and ure stop doing wrong thmgS
whole story." J "He needed that kind of.hao-the rest of his women wrestlers Attflrn.v r,-ner.i Brownell
Weill, who has had lour world dHng doift beUeve m rush-en news came that Brwne.I J. Attorney JJa8"6"
champions during his Hnd m 8my fighters the way J& toMJU ffV AZj2

career aou is a ikvjhiku others 00, Al asserieu. i guwo uuisiuiuvuv r- Roip' hi

ity on contrasting styles, ignorei'you'd foe to say that Rocky s business.

the 40-vear-oW Archie over the 21- u. hrouBht alone slowly o; al Wrestling Alliance a group ot

year-old Patterson. lnot, he won the title, didn't he?"brookers who arrange for prac

"This nght won't go tne ais- Wem denied that he nao: ticauy au w wu
tance and when you have i .coi tiwj to keep Marciano from retir- try. w,
pie of hard punchers like thiJm. P "But I'm only a sort of honor
anything can happen," Weill ad- if you cant fight, well, you ry member," he noted, me as as-mitted.
mitted. as-mitted. "If they were a couple of cnt flgnt'' he snorted. "And noisoeiatien doesn t recogmic women
feather dusters and it was going lmittr what some people say. I so 1 keep in the group as- an invi

to go 15 rounds, then it would be;never needed or took blood money. Itive member. i 8"ess i.,ll'"lL, nf colleee football manaeer noit

i a. l. u r- a; i mnmtifli1 i inn'i i ru tu ti uiiicui : .

rve reureo a ngnters in my umr what in WW more headaches
because they didn't have it any rules. I m stU PUtM JJM h,rdsbut there ,r e e-more
more e-more or because they were in.t a world would the government
danger of being hart" to bother June oyett for.'iw"-
Weill nointed out that he refused Don't they know how tough she ',..- r Tonv

to let Lou Ambers make a come- is?" I Grimm suffered a broken left
back and t bat he forced Marty j rCfTin. wniid vist this week while moving a
Servo to .give up the welterweight' The rest of the wrttuii woi o . dumra & ( Uce
crown because of a nose injury, j torn Sam Muchou of J. Loun
"Everybody works for money," the. Alliance j, Prf d
Weill argued, "but no matter whatlWhtpper Billy Watson who, J

i.i .... i. t- t-i j Jlocp vmi tiavpn i nearu. icuiu

I n p v khv in nn ninnn sin v v. im

Weill still is bewildered and mine."

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DURHAM, N.C. (UP)-The life'

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MIDGET MANIATiny Roe. left and LitUe Beaver leap t
up durinK vest pocket-sized wrestling match at the S Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas Arena in New York Liviivg up to his name Little Beaver
port n Indian hair-do n hu-h embellishes his ferocious look.

Ager. "Guys who were trying to

CUvW on mm puv nkp even

mouth. Besutes, 1 got my cuw ttcui -"r -rlM.
why should I squawk? :btf:er'the letter the best priz
"ifflvOMi Rocky will fisrhtjwaltzer ever to com. .out gf Ai Ai-nga,in
nga,in Ai-nga,in but my contract with him sace-Lorraine received from Liv Liv-runa
runa Liv-runa through most of 1957, juet;erpool.
In ease 6 "My concern is for my son,
Reinrdless of what Marciano! David, the amateur heavyweight
fT1.. -,A f hi, !.umr,im nf r,reat Britain, now

vr uj'uyMj r ..ii. i i w ..n.nAoH. nf his career.

the mall makes It quite clear

that Weill built a nigniy-ravo-rable
international repuUtlon
as a manager handling the now
retired champion.
A Montgomery, Ala., wine
merchant telephoned him after
Solomon McTier,won the inter international
national international Golden Gloves cham championship
pionship championship In Chicago.
A British father who raised
his boy to be Just what he Is a
fighter wrote about his son.
Weill could have enough
heavyweights to run his own
elimination tournament.

writes Don Rent. "David has
mninn nf Great Britain

since he was 13 V2 years old, first

at 124 pounds, tnen iw, cruurei

and now neavy.

world

about

Of the three he has contract contracted
ed contracted ti"handle, claudfe ChApt4'n.
the 25-year-old New England
rhamninn is the more advanced.

In two of four fights this year,

Chapman dlviaea lu-rouna ae
rislnns with Julio Mederos. win

ning tthe important second edi

tion

By MURRAY

.TnWMNV IJkTTNER'S football

p has reoresented England career is virtually kaput because

on numerous occasions, one of of a knee injury the Pittsburgn

his victories coming wnen ne sieeier suiierea piaymg seivice
was Just moving out of the j football . : and the same pro
liffbt-heavles. It was then that i club ia moaning be$cauae the same

he xieleatea jacn joiuioun, mmg imcucu w
. ... r, .,.. i i I. 1 r..f..n

American and All Services
heovvwaicrht. chamDion. in an

England versus the United States

match.
"I honestly think that proper proper-in
in proper-in honriipii mv hov can make

th grade. Hte is only 19, weighs

195 pOUnOS, IS a luveiy uus
and only seven have gone the
distance with him in four
years."

Thn elder Rent roes On to ex

Lilt lUiiiwivnuv atvuuu
which is excellent at his plain thait He received many at

stace of develODment

McTler, a 24-year-ld, six six-foot,
foot, six-foot, 200-pound all-round ath athlete,
lete, athlete, first had gloves laced on
his Hands while in the Army,
after having been exposed to
higher education for a couple of
years at Alabama State Teach Teachers.
ers. Teachers. Ben Goltsman, the wine bro-

tractlve offers, but is convinced

that to make the top, a Dig ooy
must haVe American training.
"Dave is of Bootle Irish and
Canadian stock," he relates. "He
would be the first British ama amateur
teur amateur champion to commence his
professional career under an
American manager."
David Rent, a handsome kid,

TODAY

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Quarterback of the future

Sneakine of knees. Army is SO

nrrtiirned about the raft of such

lniurles that's Migniea meir

brightest prospects (Kys&ky, Mi
kelonis, et al) it is considering a
special investigation of the prob prob-lerii
lerii prob-lerii .
Lou Little savs Calude Ben-

ham of Columbia could nlav Quar

terback on any college team in the

country. . but the kid didn't think

so himself when he started casting
:i round for an education. . turned

down scholarships from Duke and
several other schools because lie

figured he'd be sure to g e t a
chance to play with Columbia. .
There's an outstanding half
b''ck among the tiros who sought a

job in Candda several seasons a

o. . but had to have a newspa newspaperman
perman newspaperman frame the letter of appli application
cation application for him. .. didn't trust hh
spelling .. (he got the job).
Memento of football's cur1. tiled
electronic era: the Pittsburgh
Steelers were testing their audio
equipment at Forbes Field, with
quarterback .Ted Marchibroda
checking the reception in all cor corners
ners corners of the gridiron. . upstairs
assitant coach Chuck Cherundolo
was on the mike, opened a press
box window and shouted down an anxiously:
xiously: anxiously: "What do you hear?". .

Marchibroda wagged, "Hear? I
hear Italy. . And they're asking

how their little boy Cherundolo is
doing 1".
Jimmy Brown of Syracuse is a
great back, but his football future
is no better than that of the other
Orange halfback, Jim Ridlon. .
who's more versatile (passes,
catches passes, punts and is the
team's best defender) ... and rugs
just as well in an open field.

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Rnelcv MarefiWi ahnnf in lend

his name to an east tide bistro in

Lou Thesz as

champion, is in a turmoil

the suit.
The whole thing revolves around
the situation which, the govern
ment contends, sees only promot promoters
ers promoters and bookers who art NWA

I members getting a cnance to put
on shows. Apparently, skuUdu'i skuUdu'i-I
I skuUdu'i-I gery In this line has reached a mo monumental
numental monumental high. Most people don't

even know about it, but it seems

Washington has been watching

When vou get down to it, that

is a tot more than fans through
nut. the nation have been douw

Judging by the way matches are
conducted these nights, every-

hndv in the arena Is too b U S v

participating in the show to know

exactly what is going on.
In a match in Fond du Lac. Wit.,

for example, Hans Schmidt, a

scowling demt.i, entered the ring
against Angelo Poffo, billed as a
onlleo oi-adiiaie Hani dreitaed

rather shabbily for the affair, but

Poffo decided to give the dairy
farming center a snow. He was at at-tired
tired at-tired In fflistemnfUsntDBled Jacket

and slacks afH bajB'tfir services of

a tuxedo-attired ftaiftfef.
Everybody was drawn into the
show. The referee was roughed up,
A couple of fans, acting on cue,
tried tn iiunn into the rinff after

Schmidt. This brought the police.
Thev started to escort evervbodv

out of the ring and before any of
the non-participating people in the

no money invested in It.

Ever wonder how a fellow nam named
ed named Tom Harp goes from a high
school coaching job in Ohio to
backfield aide at West Point? .
the story is that Red Blaik sent an
assistant out to interview another
mad for the job. . He ran into
Harp at a coaching clinic, was so

impressed with his football acu
men that he unrarl Hlji- "nihui

fellow okay, but would i-ather harp
on Harp." ...
Between yau'n'me, the National
Football League has kayoed all fu future
ture future lend-lease arrangements .
like the one where the Bears Tent
defensive end Ed Meadows to the

steelers last year. . .and yanked
him back to Chicago this fall. .
Moore, Patterson

To Gel $150,000
Each For Title Bout
CHICAGO, Oct. 27 (UP) -Light
heavyweight champion Archie
Moore and PTnvd PaHercnn eanh

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take off for Japan, from tiie foud- 6ht Nov. 30 for the world heavy-
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crew consists of Larscn. . P.S.
Llrsen was the stewardess. .
Caught the real Larten tagging a a-ruund
ruund a-ruund Manhattan witn a ? e n t
Frank Scott and yawning at mid midday:
day: midday: "t. just gotta go Dack to the

ho'el and get some sleep.". This
from the kid who's supposed nev

er in want any. .
One young center was literally
run out of pro ball. . he smgged
a Philadelphia Eagle when jn fight
broke out durine the crame t

the Ef.gle started to swing back,

the lineman' turned and ran .all
tile, wav tn his team's elun'nnuce

When Paul Brown sought to re release
lease release halfback Gene Filipski a few

weeks ago, ne advised him: "Go
nn nn tn Canada fnr a ttear aMri

tlien give up footbal.. You have to
future in it." ... The Giants, who

nlucked him back from Calgary.

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now sees midsets knocking each

other around. Some of 'em, such

as a fellow who bills himself as

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Moore, 43, and Patterson, 21,
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for the bout, providing that each
fighter get 30 per cent oft he net

gate plus television receipts.

iNorris reveaiea mat me pay payment
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vision with Chicaeo. Milwaukee.

and South Bend, Ind. blacked out
would be $200,000.
"The house is scaled fnr $471 0OO

with tickets priced from $5 to $30

and we leel it s a very attractive
match," Norris said. "Adding the
television, we think we will pay
off on about a half million dollars
net to the fighters."
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crowd would set a new indoor
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Students singing Fascist songs
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The youth, shouting antl antl-.
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Thev spattered leaflets DraiS-
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Miss Cashman's students are the
happy people who caper through
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For tie past three years, Miss
Cashman and the pupils of her
six-weeks course have explored
such subjects as the filling and
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velopment development oi toothpaste smiles,
the application of deodorant pads

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FOR SALE: West I n o h o u s a
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rundu. Cu-rundu. Phone 7225 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: Youth bad with
mattress $25; Tappan gas stove
$35; two metal dressers $10 ea.;
accordion $25; portable type typewriter
writer typewriter $35. All in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. 785-B, Tavernilla Street,
Balboa. Phone 2-2878.
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New class in beginners' Ballroom
Dancing for 6th, 7th, 8th grade
students starting October 29th.
Course includes Foxtrot, Walts
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Rock V Roll, the graceful waltx
and Panama's Tamborera and
Cumbia. Telephone Dene Sears'
Studio at El Panama, Monday
through Friday, 3-1660, for free
dance analysis or information.
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CAR WANTED: 1951-52 Fore
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It's Miss Cashman's proud claim
that some 50 per cent of the guys
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are graduates of her educational
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she numbers Vaughn Monroe
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Sept. '54 17,000 actual miles.
Cadillac installed Continental
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condition, would cost $5900 to
duplicate today. Will accept
trade. Phone 3-1090 from 8
a.me to 5 p.m., after 6 p.m. 3 3-1408.
1408. 3-1408. acting, announcers to stoo an
nouncing and personalities to quit'
personalizing commercials," ex explained
plained explained Miss Cashman today. "The
idea is to get across the sponsor's!
message and to tell It. not sill it
"Actors get very dramatic
some of them-try to tear the copy
apart. Announcers try to talk at
people instead of to them. And a
personality has to learn to adapt
the product Betty Furness is a
wonderful example. Her skeleton
is Betty Furness. but her inside
filling is the sponsor."
Its Miss Cashman's contention
that even the most experienced
personalities have to have lumps
ironed out before they re ready tor
commercials.
"Vaughn Monroe was an expert
ienced musician, but he didn't
know how to stand and talk for
a commercial," said Miss Cash
man. And I ve had so many otheri
pupils with ail sorts Of otner an annoying
noying annoying mai.nerisms facial tics,
buckling knees, hand shaking or
throats they constantly cleared.
"Different products have differ
ent requirements. I fa girl is do
ing a toothpaste commercial, she
mustn't show her gums. When you
smoke a cigaret, you blow it away
from the camera and anybody
else in the commercial. When you
pour beer, you must fill it to the
top, but not let it run over or get
too foamy.
"When you scrub pots, your
hands must talk. For stocking ads,
you have to learn the language of
the legs. Deodorants are partici
larly difficult for some sponsors
you have to learn to just touch
your shoulder, for others, you can
only allude to the armpit by a coy
glance.
Miss Cashman's big bugaboo are
pupils who fluff. "Gliding over the
sponsors name thats 20 lashes
in the darkroom," she said. 'But
there are some commercial actors
who have been known to omit or
even change bis name that, in
this business, is suicide.
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fiber glass boat.
16 -hp. Scott Atwater motor,
trailer and accessories, $395 all.
Call 2165 or 8176 Albrook
FOR SALE
Real Estate?
FOR SALE: 3 -bedroom house
at 105 First Street. Las Cum Cum-bres;
bres; Cum-bres; alsa throe treat fat. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 25-8121.
FOR SALE: Late 415. 416.
417, 418. Total of 2256 square
motors. Let Cumbres. AN fats
facing highway. Phono Balboa
3339 or house 5729-8, Diablo
or see H. E. Pearl at Lit Cum-
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
8QX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.I.
It your hair wild Ilka steel wool
or tired broom? Make haste,
than, to Genell't Beauty Shop.
Wo have the knowhow and mat materials
erials materials to tame ft. Cocoli Club Clubhouse,
house, Clubhouse, Navy 3812
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
FOR FURNISHING RENEWAL
SUBSCRIPTIONS
Panama Canal Company invites
proposals for furnishing 127 i i-tams
tams i-tams of renewal subscriptions to
publications for Canal Zone
Libraries for calendar year 1957,
under sealed bids for opening in
public at 10:30 a.m., November
8, 1956. in the office of the
Superintendent of Storehouses.
Balboa. Invitation No. P-57-3
may be obtained front the a a-bove
bove a-bove office, telephone 2-2777.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
Offers Various Items For Sale
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will bo received at the of office
fice office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses
houses Storehouses on November 2, 1956,
far the following items:
INVITATION No. 309 Con Conduit
duit Conduit fittings,- pipe covering;
blocks; paper.' cocks; lighting
fixtures; anchors; pencils; string
riot; pipe firings and valves. TO
BE OPENED AT 10:30 a.m.
INVITATION No. 311 Ma Ma-chinas;
chinas; Ma-chinas; Insecticide, vacuum
cleaner; tank and pump; scales;
spade; saws; truck tractors;
trailers; sedan; wrenches; pneu pneumatic
matic pneumatic hammers; pneumatic
drills; planet; work bench; com compressors;
pressors; compressors; generator; pumps and
electric plant. TO BE OPENED
AT 10:30 a.m
INVITATION Na. 313 Elec Electrical
trical Electrical material and supplies. TO
BE OPENED AT 9:30 a.m.
Invitationt may be obtained from
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
Canal Operation
(Continued from Pag 1
Thus though the company's
net earnings during its first five
years have been $17,541,423, lt
has turned In $15 million to the
Treasury. The figure includes
the $5 million turned in last
year.
Durinc the five-vear neriorl
the company has financed cap capital
ital capital investments totaling some
$36,000,000.
These capital outlays in
clude heavy replacements of
obsolete housing and other
structures; replacement and
modernization of equipment,
Including electric power con conversion
version conversion from 25 to 60 cycle;
the deepening of Cristobal
harbor and a renovation pro program
gram program to increase locks capaci capacity.
ty. capacity. Canal executives feel that the
fiscal picture fully justifies the
actions of congress in setting
tin ithe nresent tvDe of Canal
organization and the flexibility
that goes with it.
Statistical comoarison of cur
rent nneratlons with those be
fore 1951 are difficult because
government and corporate ac accounting
counting accounting systems were interlac interlaced
ed interlaced and overlapping.
Generally speaking, the Canal
is considered to have paid Its
way since it was officially corn corn-pieced
pieced corn-pieced in 1921. But a meaning meaningful
ful meaningful statistical analysis must a-
wait the final evaluation of its
plant, and a high-level realloca reallocation
tion reallocation audit of Its first three
decades.
Better than one in four begin
ning school teachers today are
men says in National Education
Association.

! BIFOPlX
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RESORTS

Gone I! Bliss' Santa Clara Guest
Guest House. Overlooks ocean .
surrounded by shade trees .
private steps to beech (2 min.
waHtl. Gas range O refrigerator
. .accommodates 8. Playground
(lighted at night), barbecue,
badminton, ping pong, putting
green, etc. Tour awn bohio on
beach. Current rata. Navy 3812.

PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristo-bal
bal Cristo-bal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. One mile past Ca Ca-sfne.
sfne. Ca-sfne. Phono Bslboa 1866.

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LAKE SHORE. Mich. 4" (UP)
Leonard LePage, 37, drives his
1851 Buick convertible on land
and water. It took three years of
spare time to produce the amphib
ious creation. LePage, a tool and
die worker, moved the motor to
the rear, added a propeller, in
stalled retractable wheels and a
leak-proof undercarriage. He val
uesthe vehicle at $8,000.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Wurlftxer upright
piano $95. Phono 27-3-5146.
FOR SALE: Piano, small up upright.
right. upright. House Na. 3-91, 3rd of
Novo mow Street, Panama,
FOR SALE: 2 mala Cocker
SpauieJ dogs. For information
phono Panama 2-2340.
FOR SALE: Spinet piano, solid
"ogany, like now, matching
bench. 263 A, Barro Colorado.
Gatun.
JUST RECEIVED now shipment
of Italian skin-diving equipment:
fins, masks and spear-guns, all
kinds, lowest prices. El Panama.
Mcllvaine Shop, poofsido.
Looking for a-Special Gift? The.
Balboa Rollerdrome offers a wide
selection of new roller skates. All
sixes, styles and prices. Order
now and be sure for Xmas Call
Balboa 2-3120.
PERSbNALS
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Best
prices in Panama. For estimates
call 3 4628. Heres Co. Free
P"ek-up and delivery.
Heb Wanted
WANTED: Good cook with lots
of experience. Do not apply if
not qualified. Jose de San Mar Mar-tin
tin Mar-tin Avenue (Diagcnal 4) No. 8.
FREE LUNCH
SCARBOROUGH, Me. (UP)
A dredge deepening the chan channel
nel channel where the Scarborough Rivrr
empties into the Atlantic made
living a soft touch for sea f;ulls.
The gulls gathered from up and
down the coast for easy meals as
the dredge spewed out green
crabs onto the flats along with
sand and mud sucked up from
the bottom.

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(Comer of Ancon Ave. & "H" Street No. 8)
1 Till i '880 i.-r).eeOfa-3203' i

FOR RENT

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FOR R8NT:Fumtahd chalet:
2 bedrooms, dinina l:: 1
room, porch and garage. Via Pa Parrot
rrot Parrot No. 142. Call Phono 3.
"FOR RENT: F-mfsbod chart:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room. I
porch, kitchen, garage. $anuol
Lewis Street No. 4, Campo Ala.
gre, facing Rfakeyna offices. Tel.
ephone 3-3887.
Bus Slop Rehearsal
Goes Into 3d Week
The cast ehosen hv rh Thosln
Guild for the production of the
smash hit "Bus Stop" are are now
in their third week of rehearsals.
The play, written by William In In-ge,
ge, In-ge, features Tush Collier in th
role of Cherie, the "Chantoose"
irom Arkansas, and Ron Harper
as Bo Decker the boisterous cow cowhand
hand cowhand from Montana.
They are ably aided by Kathy
Walbur as Grace, in whose diner
the action of the play tikes place place-Sandra
Sandra place-Sandra Kaufman as Elma, Grace't
right hand girl; Len Worcester, as
Dr. Gerald Lyman, the poetry
spouting, inebriated professor- An Angus
gus Angus Matheney as Carl, the driver
of the bu? that stops; and new newcomers
comers newcomers to the Guild, Rodger A.
braham and Chuck Howard are re respectively
spectively respectively cast in the roles of Will
Masters the sheriff, .and Virgil
Blessing the cowpoke that tries to
keep Bo in line.
"Bus Stop" the play, and B u g
Stop" the motion picture are dif different
ferent different species. For those of you
who saw the film version, you will
find the play adds many things to
your enjoyment of the story, while
sacrificing none of the freshness
and sparkle of the motion picture.
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By KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Stiff Writer

Scan the list of people you'd
like to entertain-tno bridge club,

the gang from the office, the wom women's
en's women's club officers and plan a par party
ty party outdoors.
It's often much easier to plan a
party around ah outdoor buffet

supper than indoors, in ine tirst
place, even a small terrace or
side yard may afford more space
than the. living-room.

SIMPLE pool), cooked over

glowing .charcbal, seems, to. have
more allure than the. same ,menu
dished up in the kitchen. On a
cool evening, the mouth-watering
aroma arising from the grill

blinds, with the ettect pt a pretty,
candlelighted table and the party

becomes a memorable event

Annther advantage, to mv mind.

is that if you move indoors after

supper, you move to a neat and

well-ordered robn .without the

clutter of a buffet's supper dish dishes
es dishes to be whisked away.
Seltini a pretty table needn't

.Ail AT. IMIIMI

for elaborate preparations

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ed thin inexpensive, frbsted dfihk-

One novel setting
day, used nothing

trf sNm and randies to SUdblfe

nieht the light frdtn hurrlcihe
lamps to add decorative effect,,
Ciridles wete set dbwrt ih the

decorated glasses. They burned
slowly and safely out of the
THE GLASSES were the tall

type used (or summer drinks and
the candies (about five inches
high) reached about three quar quarters
ters quarters of the way to the top of each
glass.
Tb simplify cleaning the gtdsses
after the party, the hostess cut 4
circle of aluminum foil Mnd fitted

M into the bottom of the glass be before
fore before inserting candles. (Note:
Candles M be secured 10 the foil
with a drop of wax or a dab of
clay.)
These glasses, of course,
went back to general use later. I
filed the Idea as one to try with
three pretty glasses 1 have left
from a set which unfortunately
have tiny chips in the rims, mak-

for Beter

service.
If you have glass plates or cud-and-dessert
sets, they'll sparkle
like diamonds In the shielded
candlelight. A deep-coldred glass
casserole packed with a medley of
chilled salad greens can go with
no apoligics right to tfie party ta table.
ble. table. This helps to keep a salad
cold and in addition save a dish
at wash-up time.

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fnikfe-up to match, inis ioos

vlsudUzed by the leadldg cbSmetic
houses, is pearly of skin add pink
of mputh.
One reWlhg manufacturer says
bf her fa'! color creaUon, anddS
right tt Of the front parlor, that
almost any woman can wear it.
She feels it can be achieved
through her recommended change
in make-up base to lighten the
skin to an under-tbe parasol ahadfe.

The tinted liquid make-up dbsc

should be

er than

Skin, brighten a sallow one. It

should also cut down op unevenness
df tone. The skin should be cleaned
and moistened, probably with a
skin lotion selected for the skin
type. The baSe then goes bh eveh eveh-ly
ly eveh-ly all over face and throat.
The even application is achieved
by dotting the liquid onto throat,
cheeks, chin, nose ahd forehead.
It is then blended delicately with
iingertips. j

Many women win want to. use

lied liquta mne-uy "V'V 7TTti X. luT-ljiir-i
s selected in a dolor light liquid rouge after the .fOWdation.
usual, preferably "fair." 'if the skin is a bit dark, Sallow Or

very pare, it's a good idea. It
minimizes dark shadows under the
eyes and helps make the eyes
sparkle. A woman with a very
light skin may also want to blend
a bit of the liquid rouge into the
foundation, in her palm, before us using
ing using the foundation.
The rouge should be blended
across the cheek bones and over
a wider area than is customary.
A fair shade of face powder

Should be used. Eyes are made

deep and luminous witn eyeorow

pencil iridescent eyeshadow and

mascara.
The new lipstick to go with the

natu mke-nn i a vlhraitt rnsp

It goes well with fall's fashion

shades black, Brown neutrar,
greens, blues, violets and dinky
rorte

ArrnrHlnff to the maker, women

of any age can wear this delicale
make-up. Younger women will like
it for the newness, she claims. Old Older
er Older women will enjoy the lightness
ni Haritv it hrinss to their skins.

The pinky lipstick is appropriate td

teenagers.

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By ALICIA HART,
NEA Baauty Editor
THE parts of a woman that are
not povfcred by clothes heed tO look
good on their owh: Bulgy hips can
be modified with a good foundation,
but there are no foundations for
flabby arms.
Many women with ugly arms
try to keep them concealed under
long sleeves. One woman manag managed
ed managed this so successful that her
! rieftds were surprised to discover
he had worn an elastic bandage
over a scar on her upper arm for
many years.
Most of us cannot do this. Its
nard to find sufficient clothes that
are becoming with the limitation
of long sleeves; And most df ui
hale to appear in a bathing suit

or in evenihg gown at some time

or other. .
Karris in the cure for flabbi-

dess of the upper arm. Dieting may
peel off pounds around the waist,
blit it takfes exercise tb firm the

upper arm into good looks.
Here's i good bhk:
Stanrl ilb straight. With the arms

at the sidel. Raise the arms over

head, clapping the palms together
ctraiuhi ahnvp vnur head. Then

tfirow thS arms down, to a posi

tion straight out, on a level witn
the shdtnders, palms up. Then bend
the elbows so the fingers touch the

shoulders. Then return the IrttaS

to the sides;
This one should be done with
vigdr, is tfiobgh thfe irmS hid ttt
push the air hard to get through.
Work Up to doing it 10 times i day.

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Two rooms in model homes decorated by John Abbate are similar in floor plan but completely different in feelfnt. They

uionraw ua imporunce oi eareiut puuuunr oeiore parciuuinf interior rurnisninn. At left, a contemporary Far Eastern
themt is played op by ivallpaper In alate, white and r; sofaa are allvfcry aray, carpet la deep gold and accent are gold, ted
and white. At rirht, colonial atyling with a modern feeling uaea flower and butterfly design of wallpaper in shades of any,
white and celadon to accentuate the ceiling angles. Carpeting to celadon, sheer curtains are white. Sofa's fabric combines these
colors with touch, of d.An hl

By KAY SHERWOOD
If your plans for decorating your

Jme are stilled at the "Where-to-

atart" stage, draw up a chair.

You'll waht a steady hand on

the. burse ind a level head to a a-void
void a-void the hit-or-miss buying that
wrecks the pocket-book and dec dec-oratinl
oratinl dec-oratinl scheme.

"Lack of continuity in het plan planning
ning planning is the biggest problem for the
average amateur decorator,',' iohri

Abbate, nationally known design

er and color stylist; torn me. i
had admitted I was stumped at

where to start to reiurbish a home

that s survived seven yean of
hard wear and snows St.

Abbate, a young, easy-going and

chases for now and later. First,
he says, determine your theme.
Do you prefer traditional or con contemporary
temporary contemporary or a blend of past and
present?
If traditional, will you have
English, French or Italian provin provincial
cial provincial or American colonial pieces?
If contempdraryj will it bfe
Scandinavian, Far Eastern or ca casual
sual casual American in styling?
Every decision, as He points out,
sets a limitation of a positive na
hire, guiding you td tasteful cho
el and guarding agiinst a mish mishmash
mash mishmash effect.
Second,, decide on a color
scheme. What colors do you and
yogr family like the best?

Base your scheme on a favorite

ilUyUtvi j vub o" CJ
friendly sort of decorator, laid out color and choose others that are

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ti-A KEttLE. MAKES Q0FFk;TCoffee and tea wM go
together in this new contraption, recently displayed at the
annual trade fair in Leitszig, in the Soviet zone df Germany,
the tea kettle has a percolator that fits on, the end of the spout

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE visit to the aunt who couldn't
, stand us; thfe despair of our
WRITES a mother: "About ki first weeks at a new school. We
child who hafl suffered a. sdcial recall our feeling the day the girl

rejection, you recently said nis tn.tne tniru graie saia, no-ana
mother should recover from her Ethel ish't asking you W hfer

omen

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Ihe well turned

sne wears nnne

irl is always completely neat. Here,

shirtwaist areas as sue works witn

flat bf It. Vou skid that if she
did, she could remove its sting
from the child. But you didn't
say to a youngstet who tells yoU
you she dreads school rOceis be because
cause because other children ignore, her
and leave her out of games?"
What wonW I say? Nothing
not for a bit, anyway. I'd just
i.k. h rWM in mv arms. Then

lane w"w i 1
i might ay, "How mean, how

meal,and propose some coo

ahd chocolate milk in me Kitcn
art

But in my manner would De no

aopAntance of the child's fear

that her social reject, was u

hiqUI, dingerous and very impor

tant as ner senior in experience,

I'd know It wasn't.
TkE sting of social rejection is
ilways one thing our ffeir that
it's been evoked by some nastlness
peculiar to us alone.
iVe rbrndve it By denying th is
fear. As we mix our child's choc choc-elate
elate choc-elate milk, we begin to confide
adiiie of our own experiences with

sdcial rejection to her As the

most competent, trustworthy, at

tractive adult female in her whole

her volcewrlter secretarial. Fabric is Jersey with unusual tex

tore interestBy GAILE DUOAB, NEA Women's Editor.

birthday party either."

Our work is not lust talk, how

ever but the serenity of heart

influsing the talk. For it Is this
serenity, and hot Words, that il

lustrates our own recovery from

the self-accusing tensions produc

ed by our reiections and relaxes

the wounded child into hope that

her own.are temporary.
WHILE we're giving this
strength, we may need sbme en encouragement
couragement encouragement for ourselves. S o
let me remind us that Jesus, the
most loving person, experienced
rejection continually. That clinch clinches
es clinches the point that although re rejection
jection rejection always seeks to discredit

our desirability, it never touches
it at ail.

Dr. Alexander Wolf is a leading
authority on "group therapy" A
psychiatric technique by encoura encouraging
ging encouraging patients to exchange them
He's given me a messfg for this
mother:
"Thfe illusion ia always that our
hurt is unique. As we share our
hurts with children-, they gradua

lly recover from the illusion, In

THE firtgemall-blters areh't tfie
Ottly teen aiert Who have dif-
flrtiltv krrnlne their nails Orfettv.

The first problem is that of

cleanliness; so ofteh the Case With

teed agar just emerging from

the tomboy state.
Rfealy dirty fingernails cin't be
scratched cle'an With a file. The
scratches made bh the surface of
the nail so injure It that It Win

collect dirt twice as easily ih the
hiturfe.

Dirty hails, and hands, heed to
be scrubbed with a stout brush
ahd lota of soap. A grainy bit
sbarJ (heavy duty) midy be neces necessity
sity necessity after gardening, painting or
work in clav. Soaking the hands
a. While in water and soap Will
make the task easier.

By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor

THE theory is that Worheh don't

get bald. The reality is that worn

en often suffer from th inning hair
ph top, or front patches or real
baldness. This is ih addition to
those women who suffer baldness

as i consequence Of some disease.
5 his is a terribly embarrassing
Brem for i woman to contend
with. If She's the kind who grows
increasingly sensitive about it is

she gets older, she miy wear a
hat or scarf constantly.
If a woman with such a profi profile
le profile hi cin take Her courage in
hand ahd go to a good hair stylist
tb consult With him about het dif difficulty,
ficulty, difficulty, here are some of the

papers and paints ind decide
where to use them. If the same
colbr wilt be Used for wills and
carpet, Abbate says the latter

should be a tone or two darker.

The sdfa should blend with car carpet
pet carpet Or wail color.

Third, draw a floor plan to

scale.

I know this is not an easy task

and don't forlet door and window

openings. But, as Abbate points

OUt, if you have a scale plan and
furniture, cutouts you cai see more
readily how much furniture you
can actually use and how it can
be arranged best ih relation to
doorways, closets and windows.

NOW WE RE READY for the

fourth step shopping.

with a theme and floor plan in

mind, you can shop selectively e e-limlhatlng
limlhatlng e-limlhatlng from your thoughts
things you definitely do not want.
Start with major furnishings a
good basic sofa for the living

room with simple lines and indivi

dual appeal, for example. With

major furnishings selected the 0 0-veralf
veralf 0-veralf coordination job is much
easier) he says.

Keep a list of things that inter interest
est interest you, get fabric samples if pos possible.
sible. possible. Jot down prices, sizes, deli deli-Very
Very deli-Very dates and the name of the
shop. File the information in a
notebook and check back against
the budget add the floor plan.
Wheh your decorating plans are

set, witn an lacis compuea ana
squared Up with plan and purse,
schedule any painting or' papering
that needs to be done. Check
simples to make sure colors are
eket.

Wait until major fumshings are

installed to select the accesories,
such as pictures, mirrors, vases or
planters. These important "extras"
can then be planned to be t h
right Size, color and type for the
interior.

.... By BETSY WADE
. NEA Staff Writer
Babies ire different from opt
another from the moment thev art
born. Add they grow more
ent by the day. Fbr thi reasoa.
it's futile to urge one child to mew
another's standards or keep ut)
with his interests. Even twins can
be radically different children.

Parents who have a shy Baby
vary between urging him out and
allowing him tp retire utterly. A A-mong
mong A-mong the aids available to parents
coping with a shy child is a hew
pamphlet that discusses origins of
and assistance for the shy child.

A Baby's personality Will hot
coincide With any book's descrifV
tlon, no matter hoW many tytfe
tlie book miy discuss. Some Ba Babies
bies Babies simply will rtot bfe interested
in the activities described lb k
chapter on that age. Id the end, a
parent must use good sense.

thines he can do

e next prpble.ro. is n alii
th. It's generally conceded!. A part can be changed. Done

that talons ire unattractive on carefully, by an expert, this
teen agers. But even, if a a girl needn't be obvious, even if a
disagrees, she ought to be care-' woman has worn her hair parted

nil about keeping her long nails: in one location for years.

wdrld, Wfe confess th rtMsuringtramiltei, the parent plays the role

news that we, too, have found un

desirable.
We describe our misery en the

nf the leader in 'rroon therapy'

he demonstrates that he has sur survived
vived survived rejection quite comfortably.

the Same length, neatly filed, and

without split sides or nangnaiis.
Polish, if a teen ager wears it,
can be another offense.

If a young woman hasnt time
to repair and repellsh her nails
ii oKeh Is it is called for, iU
ought to give up polish.
If her work or school duties
cause the polish to chip Or peel
the next day and she is Hishea
ever evening, she should give

tin the "fieautv aid" that is" ftb

fnneer an aid. hilt a detriment.

Clean, Short fiaiTs in good

health mav never make a girl

model, but they will certainly be

Part-changing is especially ef

fective, since the baldness fre

quently occurs along the old pan.
A stylist can also design a hair
style to mask the difficulty. Many
women have Worn modified bangs
for years to hide a poor hair line.
The same can be done in cases Of
baldness.
Changing the hair color or hur
rylng alorig the process of graying

df Silvering may help, ine scaip

j JBE
H aV flfH! Bbi 1

W til m Mi i3WHH'Hbi

ir'm iiki. ...-.t. A inr th vhiinvtrr on the Hft llsti

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visible through light hair th ah! ifluffy nylon dust moto pads from tne store, me cuoniy unit
through dark. It tends to blend iij.l Moll and dog shown here are products of the nimble ringers OB
a ,iA,ihi,i t enfton anri fill ti,ttv VVoods OOdar Home Institute director, and are easy

I m n ijiaiiim iu l" 1 .' - . . i ,

morl appreciated by her com- out the coiffure is another aid me enougn ror oiner cmrareiv .' ' TTv--. -IlT

panitms than long, dirty hails' stylist Miy Use With handsome re faces ano snapes are lormea aimpij i
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Army. ..... 60 Pitt ........ 14 Colgate. .... 14 Iowa. .
Columbia.... 0 Oregon. 7 Yale. 6 Purdue.

21 Illinois. 20 Minnesota. . 20 Oklahoma. . 40 Princeton. . 32
20 Mich State. . 13 Michigan.... 7 Notre Dame. 0 Cornell. a
DECIMAL PUSHERS' DIGEST
Condensed Statement of Income
Comparative Balance Sheet
Statement of Equity of the US Gov
'A Edmunds Claussenjk

r

THE STORY : With Sheriff Lew Chantry keep keep-ing
ing keep-ing a close watch on Cashtown, Frank Ude, the tall
drifter, takes a ride into the darkness. Lily Arnette,
singer-pianist at the Alhambra Saloon, meets him
and after she gives the story of her life, Frank pro pro-poses
poses pro-poses to her. The lady declines. Later, Frank finds
himself in the middle of one of Emmett Cash's horse
raids.

Fiscal Tears Ended Jane 36, 1956 and 1655
v CANAL AND ALLIED MARITIME OPERATIONS

Fiscal Year Fiscal Tear

1956
Revenue:
Tolls from commercial vessels $36,219,085
Tolls credits from U.S. Government
vessels 1,231,866
Other 10,176,918

1955

$33,918,993

1,217,536
9,195,027

Total revenue $47,627,869 $44,331,556

XXVI
THERE were still a mire from
the Rafter C when Frank sensed
the worst about to happen. He
lifted the black to a full gallop,
leaving Swenson's bay behind.

Frank caught the sounds he had

been dread ig. Emmett Cash was

running off the balance of Jean's

horses.
There came the crssh of a
heavy gun, followed by Em
melt's taunting laugh: "Careful,

Alex, we wouldn t shoot at you

I wounldn't hurt my sister's

riders. Just want my horses.

He caught bis first sight of

Alex, then, coming up fast on a

dappled gray. The kid drew the
horse up short, piling off his sad saddle
dle saddle and running a few yards
before throwing himself belly
downward behind the bear grass.
There was a dark hump lying
beside him that looked like a
man's body. Alex's warning rang
knife-clear: "Call out! If you
want a shot keep on a 'com in'!
Frank Ude yelled his name
with a grim smile plucking his
mouth. A slug from one of these
needle guns could rip a hole in
a man that was unbeliveable. He
never qdoubted the kid would
have done it. Now Alex stood
up calling excitedly. Frank quit
his saddle and stalked toward
him. The man lying prone on
the grass was Rickety.
Apparently his foot bad t a n n-gled
gled n-gled in his stirrup and his horse
had dragged him over the range.
The land here was reasonably
free of large rocks, which was
all that saved Rickety from
death.
"I saw him go down," ATex
told him tensely. "They walloped
him on the back of the head
while he was trying to hold his
horses. He went over the side
and his foot didn't come out of
his oxbow. I didn't know it I

ougnt to snoot Kickety's bay or

Emmett. I shot at Emmett."

Groans came from Rickety

wmie rranK wornefl over mm.
He didn't think there were any

broken bones, but he wouldn't

know until they had him in bed

with a lamp lighted.
"They got the Drones," Alex

said bitterly. "Every horse but
couple in the stable. Even your

cnestnut and Miss Mean s bay.
Frank's chestnut had been
with the others in night pasture,
and now his own violent anger

began to unsteady him, The

chestnut was a horse he wouldn't
lose for all the land in the Sig Signals.
nals. Signals. He pressed his fist down
hard against the grass.
He was only vaguely conscious
of boots beside him. The Swen Swenson's
son's Swenson's voice. "How bad? La Tour's
not in Cashtown!"
"He's not too bad." Frank an answered.
swered. answered. He was surprised at the
level tone of his voice. His blood
was still coursing in anger
through his veins. "We'll get a

wagon so we can move him to

headquarters.
"Wagon's here." Swenspn said.

"Tod's brought it in, along with

Miss Jean."
Jean and Tod Drury had -arrived
while he'd been struggling

with his anger and the loss of
his gelding. Thought of the big
chestnut being punished sav savagely
agely savagely under Emmett's sours had

been too much for him. He saw
Drury leap from his rig and race
toward them. There was a sharp
sense of tragedy in Drury 's face.
Rickety never regained con consciousness
sciousness consciousness whtre they transferred
him.
Jean took the reins on the re return
turn return to the ranch. They lifted
Rickety and moved him to his
bunk. He was coming to by this,
time.
Abruptly Rickety lifted him

self on one elbow. "Get after

them fuzztails, you bonehads!
I'm all right. Get the horses!"

"We're going Rickety," Frank

promised, -we'll fetch back your
horses." His glance crept over

io jean. "Keep your eye on him
till we come home."

She was standing at the foot

of Rickety's bmk. She wore a
grave look and her mouth

seemed to go a little tighter as
fhe spoke. "They're my horses,"

sne said flatly. "Do you expect
I'Tl let you ride without me?"
"When you go," Rickety de

manded from the bunk, "leave
me a rifle and the bottle of

whisky."

Frank knew then he had been
voted down, that Jean would
ride with them to Emmett's. That
trail would likely lead to Yates'
place and a better fight. Outside
in the yard Tod Drury and the
kid already had saddled the ex

tra horses. Frank climbed aboard

his back, waithing until the oth
ers took down their cinches.

three years ago claiming to have

lost his bride in a cattle sum

pede. He spent a lot of time in
those days playing cards with

Emmett.

Five minutes passed before he

caught the vague outline of rid

ers between the brush. He had
already made uo his mind these

were Jean Cash's horses. Then
Emmett's voice brought him face
to face with reality.

"Stay with them. Jules. Ma Ma-rinenv
rinenv Ma-rinenv eive Jules a hand. Rest

of vou bovs come with me."

They kit the grass and walked
in a erouD toward the shack. One

of the men said something low

in warning. They all stopped

short. Tookine at Chantry, is m-

mptt ook steady, ions siriaes to

ward the door of the s h a c k

"Been here long, Lew?" he ask

ed.

Operating expenses:
Depreciation (see note)..... $ 2,449,014
Other 18,877,097

$ 2,383,405
18,661,733

jh Total operating expenses $21,326,111 $21,045,138

Net operating income $26,301,758 $23,286,418

SUPPORTING SERVICE OPERATIONS
Sales to employees and others $41,629,185
Cost of goods sold and other direct
expenses 39,239,198

$39,485,846
37,467,518

Net operating Income. $ 2,389,987 $2,018,328

Total $28,691,745 $25,304,746

Moroccan President

Makes Move To Stop
Split With France

RABAT, Morocco, Oct. 27 -(UP)

-Premier M'Marek i Bekkai re

shuffled his nationalist cabinet to

dav in an effort to avert a com

pete breakdown in moroccos

diolomatic relation with France

The Reshuffle marked a victo

ry lor tne leiusi nationalists rep

resented by the isuqiai (inaepen

dene) Party.

Bekkai and the entire cabinet
resigned last night in a move to

strengthen the government in its
erowina difficulties with France.

Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssfe

immediately ordered Bekkai to

form a new government. The
brief cabinet crisis was solved be

fore dawn.

The Istiqlal received eight of

the 16 cabinet posts, including all
the most important ones; For Foreign
eign Foreign affairs, labor, national econ economy
omy economy and interior (police). The o o-ther
ther o-ther eight posts went to leaders

who belong to no party, some of

whom, however, are prolstiqlal.
The middle of the raod
Democratic Independence Party
(PDI) was dropped from the
cabinet. Bekkai's first 22-member
cabinet continaed six PDI members.

Dean N. J. Peterson
To Be Formally

Installed Tomorrow

GENERAL CORPORATE CHARGES
Net cost of Canal Zone Government.. $10,078,252
Interest paid to U.S. Treasury 8,590,710
General and administrative expenses 5.843,319

9,779,270
9,043,766
5,900,576

Total general corporate charges. $24,512,281 $24,723,612

Net income $ 4,179,464 $ 581,134

Note: Exclusive of depreciation (1950, $2,882,086; 1955, $2,552,977)
charged to supporting service operations and to general
and administrative expenses.
Notes To Financial Statements

The Very Rev. Mainert J, Pete Peterson
rson Peterson will be Installed as dean of

tne cathedral of St. Luke, in An An-con
con An-con tomorrow morning at 11 o o-'clock
'clock o-'clock by Reginald Heber Gooden.

Although the new dean has

been officiating since Mav 16. it

was not possible to have this pub public
lic public service until the present time.
At the ceremony, a "letter of
institution" will be read bv the

Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, rector of

&t. raurs Church and Archdea Archdeacon
con Archdeacon of Panma. which states in

part that "as a canonically insti instituted
tuted instituted priest in the office of dean
and rector of the Cathedral of St.
Luke, you are faithfully to feed
that portion of the flock of Christ
which is now entrusted to you;
not as a man pleaser, but as
continually bearing in mind that
you are accountable to us here,
and to the Chief Bishop and So Sovereign
vereign Sovereign Judge of all, hereafter."
The senio warden of the Cat

hedral Parish, Donald Tribe, will

present to Dean Peterson the keys

to the cathedral as a symbol of

his parochial status. After the

congregation prays for him, the

1. Inventories
Inventories are carried at aver

age landed cost, less reserves for

possible fosses on oDsoieie, inac
five, ahd excess stock.

The reerve established as of

June 30, 1951 to provide for such
losses was $3,395,000 and is sub subject
ject subject to approval by the Director
of the Bureau of the Budget.
Since that date, net charges of
$1,589,000 have been made against
this reserve as a result of dispos disposals
als disposals of obsolete and excess stocks
through June 30, 1956. See also
Notes 2 and 5.
2. Fixed Assets

Fixed assets are stated at cost
or, if acquired frftm another Gov Government
ernment Government acencv. at original cost

to such agency if higher.

Depreciation allowances are ac

crued on a straigni-iine, group Da

sis. any losses or gains Dn retire

ment being charged or credited,
respectively, to the reserve.

Certain assets transferred to the

Company from other Government
agencies are carried at original
cost to the transferor, less econo

mic valuation allowances esiao

lished in accordance with Section

246 (bl of title 2 of the Canal

Zone Code, Which prescribes that

in the determination of such val

uations "due consideration Shall
be given to the cost and probable
earning power of the transferred
assets, or usable value to the
transferee if clearly less than cost,
and adequate provisions made for
depreciation of properties and e e-quipment,
quipment, e-quipment, obsolete or otherwise

unusable inventories, anu o i u c r

reasonably determinable shrinkag

es in values, and, insoiar as prac-

tirahle there shall be excluded

fmm such amount any portion of

the value of the transferred pro

perty which is properly allocable
I 111 1 Jfo

lu national uwu.

The valuation established tor

these assets is tentative penaing

the required approval of tne di director
rector director of the Bureau of the Budg

et. See also Note 5.
3. Defense and Idle
Plant

Defense facilities and incomplete

and excess plrnt held by the for

mer Panama canai agency were

transferred to the Company as of

July 1, 1951.
The principal items in this clas
sification relate to the partial con

struction of a third set of locks,

which project was abandoned in
the early part of World War II,
and the special protective devices
erected at that time.
Pursuant to the provisions of the
Panama Canal Company Act, as
amended, these properties were
transferred to the Company per
cent of cost.
Subsequent to July 1, 1951 cer

tain of the facilities acquired or

me . j 2 t ... .

new incumbent will receive theru,"mu"'!U ullu

Bible, the Book of Common Pray Prayer
er Prayer and Books of Canons of the
general and diocesan convention
from the Bishop as symbols of his
duty to abide by the laws of the
Church and to preach the word

of uod.

locks and speclaf defense projects

have been utilized in operations of

the agency and the Company.

Such properties have been re reclassified
classified reclassified as properties in use,

thereby correspondingly increas
ing the Government's net direct in

vestment, on which the Company's
interest payments to the United

States Treasury are based. See
also Note 5.
4. Contingent Liabilities
At June 30, 1956 the Company
had an undetermined amount of

contingent liabilities arising from

compensation payments due in the

future to employes and their de

pendents under the Federal Em Employes'
ployes' Employes' Compensation Act, and

from suits and claims pending a

gainst the Company, such com

pensation payments currently av
erage around $7,000 monthly.

The maximum liability which

may result from outstanding law

suits is estimated to be $3,955,000,

including $2,147,000 in connection

with a wage dispute brought by

Company pilots.
In addition, a $27 million Dis

trict of New York by a group of
United States ship operators for al alleged
leged alleged excessive tolls payments has

been dismissed by the court, but

has been appealed by the plain

tiffs. The Company, however, ex

pects that the dismissal will be up

held.

S, Equity of the U.S.
Govt.
Government

The equity of the United States

Government in the Panama Canal
Company is stated in accordance
with the method prescribed by

Section 246 (b) of title 2 of the
Canal Zone Code, as amended.

Certain properties and items of

working capital transferred on va various
rious various dates through June 30, 1951

were revalued for the purpose of

establishing the amount of the u-

nited States Government's invest
ment therein.

The report on the revaluation

was completed during the year
and transmitted to the Director of

the Bureau of the Budget for ap
proval as required by the afore
mentioned Section 246.

The balance sheet as of June 30,

1956 and the statements of income
and of equity of the United States

Government for the fiscal year
ended that date reflect the reval

uation and its effect on deprecia

tion and interest costs as deter

mined by the Company and must,
therefore, be considered tentative

pending approval of the revalua

tion report by the Director of the

Bureau of the Budget

The rate at which the Company

is required to pay interest to the
United States Treasury on the net
direct investment is established
annually by the Secretary of the
Treasury. The rates for each fis fiscal
cal fiscal year subsequent to the require

ment have been 1952, is per cent;

June 3$, 15 and 1955
ASSETS
Jute 3$,
1956
Current assets:
Cash ...$ 20,880,327
Accounts receivable 2,808,167
Inventories 8,664,576
Interest prepaid to U.S. Treasury.... 1,827,374
Other 669,694

June 30,
1955

$ 37,724,7 IB
2.225.965

11,656,768
490247

Total current assets $ 34,850,138 $ 52.096.699

Fixed assets:

Lands, titles and treaty rights $ 16,281,389 $ 14,803,929
Canal excavation, fills and
embankments 264,586,114 277,656,402

nther nnnol anH alllMl maritime

facilities 134,794,948 131,482,660
Supporting and general facilities .... 127,561,182 112,264,346

Interest durinsr construction 50.892J11 50,892,311

Defense faculties 50,706,292 53.108,754

Suspended construction projects .... 42,819,941 64,400,753

Total $687,641,177
Less: Depreciation and valuation
allowances 279,135,932

$704,589,155

282,963,575

Net fixed assets $408,505,245 $421,625,580

Deferred charges $ 3,622,465 $ 3,344,985

TOTAL ASSETS $446,977,848 $477,067,264

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY . ,M
Current liabilities $ 13,736,371 $ 30,464,120
Reserve for 25-cyde power conversion.. 9,921,295
Reserve for locks overhaul .?'H2'X ."o"iot
Equity of U. S. Government 421,142,894 443,609,197

TOTAL LIABILITIE6 AND EQUITY. .$446,977348 $477,067,264

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NET DIRECT INVESTMENT
Capital stock of Panama Railroad Company $ 7 000 0
Jaluation of net assets transferred from
the Panama Canal agency 387 532,4

Gross direct

Less:

Dividends vaid to U. S. Treasury:
Prior to June 30, 1951 .,..$ 33.994,905
Subsequent to June 30, 1951 15,000,000
Lands conveyed to Panama without
reimbursement, December 16, 1843 11,759,956
Properties transferred to U. S.
Navy (net) 1,312,135

investment $394,5334

52,066,9

Net direct investment, June 30, 1956 ...$342,465,4

UNDISTRIBUTED NET INCOME
1952 to 1955

1. 1951 $ 71,136,0

Fiscal years

Balance, July

Net Income:
(as adjusted) $ 13,361,959
Fiscal year 1956 4,179,464 $ 17,541,4

Total $ 88,677,4
Less-emergency fund held by U. S. Treasury. 10,000,0
Undistributed net income, June 30, 1956 $ 78,677,4
EQUITY OF U. 8. GOVERNMENT, June 30, 1956. ...$421,1423

Union Offers New Insurance;

Features Outlined in Story

H ONLY FEELS THIS BIC-Bristling with floating mine mine-like
like mine-like spikes, this huge model of a single ragweed polled is
i something to sneeze at Betty Yundt obliges as she view
I 75,000 times life-size model of one of the hay fever season s
! worst culprits at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.

a snnkesman for the Ameri

can Federation of State, county

and Municipal Employes, afo. afo.-CIO,
CIO, afo.-CIO, today released statement
that the internaltlonal union
how offers a low cost life insur

ance Plan or death benefit ior

members of local unions in the

United States, Canada ana me
Canal Zone.

"This excellent insurance buy.

tha spokesman said, "is maae

possible through the mass pur purchase
chase purchase of insurance and the low
expense of Federation manage

ment of the group plan."

In addition to tne advan advantage
tage advantage of low cost, any surplus
funds will go to tne trustees
of the plan to stabilise future
costs and to increase future
benefits.
Every good standing member

of a local which 'accepts the
plan is eligible to be covered at

once. New members will be cov

ered after 90 days. There is no
medical examination or age
limit. If the ages of the mem

bers of the interested local un

ion are near the national aver

age age of the members of the

international union, the nolicles

will provide $1,000 worth of life

insurance ud to the ace of 65

and $500 after age 65.

insurance is paid at a mem

ber's death from any cause, at

any time, at any place. Payment
is to the beneficiary designated
by the member.
If a member is totally dis disabled
abled disabled before age 60, his insur insurance
ance insurance will continue dur'ng the
period of total disability with without
out without dues after the ninth

month.
Transfer from ohe insured 1
cal to another does not in't
rupt the insurance, if the n
local is not in the plan t
member has the right to co
tinue the insurance withe
medical examination under
individual policy.
The plan-is underwritten
the Minnesota Multual Life I
surance Company, a reputal
firm which has more than J
million dollars in assets and 1
billion dollars worth of inst
anoe In force.
The cost per member f
this insurance coverage is
per member per month. One
the relative- ages of the nN
bers has been established i
international head quartet
and the local unions are in
terested in the plan, the il
surance wBl go in force.
At the request of the intern
tional urtion, all members
AFSCHME local unions in t
Zone will be contacted and no
members will be informed
the plan at meetings so that
ery employe eligible for uni
membership will have an opp
tunlty to vote on the plan.
Local 900 has called two met
ings for next week to be held
Paralso Service Center on Tui
day and Gamboa on Friday
7:00 p.m. to fully discuss t
group Insurance coverage.
A meeting will be held in t
Balboa area shortly to give C
nal Zone employes who are Pa
ama City residents an oppon
nity to get first hand Inform
tion on the project.

Racial Cold War Waged in Clinton Against Negro Kid

Enrolled in School; Citizens Council Proud of 'Jot

Editor's, note: Two months
90 Clinton, Tenn., integrated
its high school and riots broke
out. Trouble was put down by
use of National Guard troops.
Here's a report on what's hap happening
pening happening there now.

CLINTON, Tenn. Oct 27 (UP) (UP)-Segregatlonists
Segregatlonists (UP)-Segregatlonists are hoping they
can accomplish with a cold war
what they failed to do with violent

demonstrations get rid of the Ne Negro
gro Negro pupils at Clinton High School.
A few nights ago a cross sym symbol
bol symbol of the Ku Klux Klan flared
up at a Clinton teachers's home.

cent; 1955, 2.43 per cent; 1956, 2 -48
per cent; and 1957, 2.485 per

cent.

Public Law 808, approved June
30, 1948, required the Company's
predecessor to release $10 million

to the United States Treasury for
purposes of establishing an emer

gency fund, and restricts the Com
pany's use thereof to non-interest

bearing loans

for limited periods

1953, 2.05 per cent; 1954, 2.341 peronly

The Klan rides through Negro sec

tions. Dynamite explodes on a va

cant lot. Klan stickers are pasted
to the doors of business houses.
The situation in Clinton Is tense

over the school desegregation is

sue with some sympathetic public

officials joining segregationists in

keeping the pressore on.

"We are getting adequate coop

eration from the county court and

school board," said White Citizens

Council Chairman w. H. tiu. "I
don't believe the Negroes will be
back next fall. I think they will

see the light and voluntarily with withdraw."
draw." withdraw." "The trouble is just beginning
to build up," a prominent business
leader told United Press.
Mayor Everette Lewallen, pres

ident of the biggest department

store in town, is denounced at al almost
most almost every citizens council rally.
He called for state help to put
down violence when the Negroes
were admitted to the high school
in September.
D. J. Brittain Jr., Clinton High
principal, feels he is in the middle

Panama Canal Company Payments To United States Treasury

LEW CHANTRY plodded
steadily through the draw and
up to the Yates shack. He didn't
really give much tbrought to
what he would do when he

He was thinking, instead, of
Jonathan Yates. A poor fellow
and proud, but a man to mend
his fences in his own way. He'd
ridden into this country about

After receiving the blessing
from the Bishop, the Dean wil
then kneel before the alter to

make his supplication for himself.

in his ministry and in his person personal
al personal spirtitual life with God. Bishop
Gooden will be the preacher af after
ter after the office of institution, and
the Choir Guild will render the
Offertory.
The service of Morning Prayer,
which will precede the office, will

oe conducted by the Rev. Dr.
John 11. Townseud, executive ee ee-tetary
tetary ee-tetary to the Bishop, and the
Psalm and Lesson will be read by
the Rev. Roger H. Greene, dioce diocesan
san diocesan treasurer and assistant to the
Dean at the Cathedral.

PAYMENTS TO UNITED STATES TREASURY
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
Fiscal Yean

Incomes before payments to
U. 8. Treasury

Payments to U. S. Treasury:
Net cost of C. Z. Government.
Interest rate
Interest on Investment of
U. 8. Government
Annuity to Panama

Total payments to U a
Treasury (gross)

Capital repayment

Total for
Five Years
' Ended
1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 June 3$, '65
$20,357,617 $35,379,180 $23,797,711 $19,834,171 $23,278,426 $112,647,105
$ 9,608,299 $11,319,656 $10,366,079 $ 9,779,271 $10J)78,252 $51,151,557
1.95 2.05 2.342 2.43 2.48
7,372,411 7,750,483, 8.854,454 9.043,766 8,590,710 41,611,824
430,000 430,000 430,000 430,000 430,000 2,150,000
i,1Mn"!tiii'ir' i 1 -TJ' 1 'l.ii" ') '.i'"''.''- 1 ' 'V-fSffi"i''i'M. 'I 'r '"ji't''ir
$17,410,710 $19,500,139 $19,650,533 $19,253,037 $19,098,962 $ 94,913,381
$ 2,946,907 $ 6,879,041 $ 4,147,178 581,134 $"1179,464 $ 17,541423
- ; $10,000,000 $ 2,000,000 tlSMflW

with no support from his super superiors.
iors. superiors. The county court, the county
governing body, voted to transport

white children to another school

it they don't want to attend school
with Negroes at Clinton.
"I don't know how much more
these kids are expected to stand,"
Brittain said.
R. G. Crossno, chairman of the
County Board of Education, denies

me ooara is dragging its feet on
following a federal court order to
integrate the school. But he adds
that there is a standing offer for
Negroes to transfer to other

schools.
So far the Negro pupils and
their parents are standine oat.

But the pressure is severe.

"I've gone until I don't know if

At the school, where 12 Negroes
are enrolled, little incidents occur.

A Negro girl was struck in the

hallway by someone who faded

into a crowd of pupils. A Negro

girl left her desk, returned to find

a note warning her to get out of

school-"You black S. O. B."

I'm going or coming," one Negro
parent said. "I'm tired of sleep

less nights. We don't have ai
body on our side. My daughter
getting discouraged." He is thii
ing of leaving Clinton where
has lived 24 years.
The father said that if he wi
draws his daughter from Clint
High she win not attend anott
school in Tennessee.
"If it takes it, I'll send her cle
out of the country," he said.

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ANDY HOBGOBLINS

ibm Shadowy Fun
For Hallowe'en

SCORES of amusing hobgoblins
for Hallowe'en may be produc produced
ed produced with a little imagination and
the use of the hands in the manner
siiggpUil by the accompanying
pictures. For obtaining special ef effects,
fects, effects, a few simple props are
necessary, but the basic compon components
ents components are an electric light and a
bars wall or other surface to act
as a backdrop or screen.
( J,) A wolf in foil cry or a dog,

deer, giraffe, eta, in a

Above, a turkey gobbler. Hat

ana pipe below are

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"LECTION time recalls a famous palindrome a

- sentence reading the same backwards as for
wards. This particular palindrome contains sage
counsel for all on the first Tuesday after the first
Monday in November.
This palindrome can be found by using four con consonantal
sonantal consonantal to fill in the diagram above so that it reads
the same in all directions. In fact, once the dia diagram
gram diagram ls filled in correctly, the letters of the election
day palindrome can be spelled out in consecutive
order in at least 12 different ways.
What is a palindrome? See If you ean discover it
through filling in the empty squares above with let letters
ters letters that will make a sentence read Identically in all
directions, horizontally, diagonally and vertically.
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Words .Within Words

yWOkey words
are presented
In skeleton form
in the diagrams
at right and be below.
low. below. Bow quickly
can you discover
what words they
re?
To begin, copy
each of the let letters
ters letters now showing
in the empty
paces directly
below them. Then,

using a system of trial and error, fill in the remain remaining
ing remaining spaces with letters to form short words the

same letter in

AN amusing problem in addition is presented by
St the nine digits appearing In the diagram above.

Once you've leaned the answer, it's a good trick to
remember and try out on friends. It goes like this:
Here are three sets of digits three sevens, three
ones and three nines, a total of nine digits. How is
It possible to cross out six of these, leaving three,
which when added together, will total 20? Try it
before you look at the answer.
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Riddle
VVHATvis the
w difference be between
tween between a beautiful

'THERE'S acur-
toua mathe mathematical
matical mathematical phenome phenomenon
non phenomenon on the calen calendar
dar calendar for the month
of November.
Perhaps you have
already discover discovered
ed discovered it
If not, study
the diagram

NOVEMBER

SMT W T F S

12 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
II 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30

I Graph vEN
1 ADR Junior VWoT
I w readers who t XAV L- 1 o L xA

mam i v i y i a l xi

Red I 0 V. w S S nm 1 J 1

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at right and see how quickly you can block out

group of nine contiguous dates so that the sum of
all dates bisected by four lines, one horizontal, one
vertical and two diagonal, is equal to 45. Each of
the four lines must pass through the center date.
When you have discovered the correct nine num numbers,
bers, numbers, you will find that the combined sums of the
three dates on each of the first and third vertical
rows will be equal to twice the sum of ,the three
numbers bisected by each of the four lines Just de described.
scribed. described. Furthermore, the sura of the six dates found
in the top and bottom horizontal rows must like

wise be equal to twice the sum of the four rows of

giri and a mouse ? hreB hia ri.

up 'eq fesds ua VVhat nine numbers comply with these conditions?

Hi munn ttnow

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iwajjnoj 'na 1qS -umm M Mjep aqj, :uo)nio

each vertlcle row.
When you have
found the correct
letters of the key
words, all hori horizontal
zontal horizontal rows will
contain readable
abort words.
It's Interesting
to note how many
short words can
be thusly evolved
from almost any
given long word.
As a contest,

time yourself as you attempt to solve each poser.
Then keep track of an opponent's time. You may
both find that reaching the answers wift take longer
than you thought
One possible set of answers is given bolow. Check
your own with these after you have finished.
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YOU probably know that if a
piece of paper Is dried cad
rubbed with a silk handerohief or
tls lxy heud St sZ tslkMHN th.
see, arms or clothing.
It may not be so widely known,
however, that if toy balloons are
filled with air, and then stroked
for a short time with a piece of
fur, they will act in the same
way as the electrified paper.
It Is Interesting to see balloons
treated in this manner. Placed
against a wall or celling, they
stick as if glued.
Another unusual effect is ob obtained
tained obtained by taking two balloons
which have been thusly charged
with static electricity and sus suspending
pending suspending them from a single point
at the ends of two silken threads.
Surprisingly, the balloons will

Can You See Your Way Clear?

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repel each other to the extent of
swinging from side to side.
Enterprising party givers
might think of ways to use these
phenomena for interesting dec decors
ors decors ting purposes.

JUPPOSE, like the legendary

adventurer, your life depended

upon finding your way out of the
labyrinth or maze above. Virgil's
mythical hero, you remember, es escaped
caped escaped with the help of a skein of
thread. But you are required to
enter and exit by eye alone.
All possible exits and entrances
are at the top of the diagram.

Choose one to enter. Then see it
you can trace a path through.
Crossing heavy lines is prohibited.
And in this instance, of course,
you must not enter and leave via
the same passage.
After you've conquered the
maze by eye, see if you can make
your way through again with a
pencil. It should be easier.

have crayons or
colored pencils,
can make a bid bidden
den bidden picture ap appear
pear appear magically

amidst this

of lines, by color coloring
ing coloring each area la
accordance with
its key:
BL Bum
T .... fellow
O Green

R

V Violet
BR ... Brown

B

O Orange
The scene is a
colorful expres expression
sion expression of some
spooky doings.
Mini-Test

WHEN

W the pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian Rave the
right of way?
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Brain Twizzler

STRIKE OUT FOR FUN!

HERE is an opportunity to
Drove vnnraelf a ml math.

T,

raatics research expert The prob

lem Is to locate two numbers
which behave in a fashion pecul peculiar
iar peculiar to very few numbers. You

have perhaps learned by this out

time that two times two equals
four and also two plus two equals
four. Our present quest is for
two other numbers which will do
the same thing.
One of the two numbers is a
whole number between seven and
thirteen. The other one is com composed
posed composed of units and tenths and it

By B. C.

Kaufman

SCORE a

strike In the

diagram at right
that is, to suc succeed
ceed succeed In crossing

all of the

(7) 81(9) (0

numbers, you
must find the cor correct
rect correct answers to
the definitions be below.
low. below. If the an answer
swer answer to No. 1, for
instance, is 0,
cross out 0 In the

diagram; if the answer to No. 2 Is 4315, cross out

, a, i sna o, etc. Answers may nave as many as

L The 'witching hoar":
2. Black ante like any others, supposedly have
this many lives:

S. A round number followed by the moat popular

ltt,Sti Some Fanciful Headmrk

...

is between one and three.

Now all you have to do is find flv digits. Can you bowl a perfect game?

the two numbers that added to together
gether together produce the same answer
that they do when multiplied.
How quickly can you do it?

TP nmte iq B4SMI uuu v
-pmm pnv rtl Inb9 Am PPPVTi mystical number: -.

11 -i hj. 4. Thirteen will be considered unlucky this many
A Stateh Matter ta 0,nto yri
V 5. Rhode Island lays claim to being the smallest
YV THAT is the word tor the ab- of these:
VV breviatlon of a state that M- iO-s 's-f 'n-T 'uit

means each of the following?

(Keep in mind

names may be

more than one manner.)

1. Father
2. A aete ef the

8. A large quantity

a. A pronoun
A Noah's boat
6. What yon do to get dean ...
7. Sick
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Answer Me This
YV7HAT is today's greatest
Vy labor saving device?
'4MMOIOOX iMKiew
Hidden Knowledge
npIME yourself In this test
Make a popular saying ap appear
pear appear by selecting one letter only
from each of these two-letter
groupings and scratching out the
other letter. The process must be
done In the order the letters are
printed here.
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US TO YE.
Paf: five minutes.

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What Egbert Made of Hintself

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(Quiz (gaosgwoRD With Wisdom front the Wible

f ITTLE Peter fancies that he sees the faces of a
- number of his friends hidden among his sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. How many do you see?
According to the artist there are ten faces hidden
In the drawing. Now that you know the number,
see if you can find them all.

Its Your Move

YVHAT did Egbert make of
V himself on Hallowe'en Eve?
(That's the time when costumed
youngsters canvas the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood for candies, apples and oth other
er other goodies, of course.) Take a
guess, then complete the diagram
above to check your answer.

A Sober Reflection

F TOO were to hold this page

in front of a mirror, which of

the following words would read
the same:
ROTOR DEED TOOK

Answer quickly, please.
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Figure Out the X's
FtOM the figures that are
giveq, you can deduce which
digits are represented by the X's
In this problem of multiplication:
. x 1 x
! ttl

ill
t x t x
s S x 5

1 x 8 x $ 0
How quickly can you supply
the missing figures?
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paildrnnui 9Ag auo jnoj rjeiuav

By guosne Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
1 The 26th book of the New
Testament?
5 Who wrote: "Blessed is the
man who walketh not in the
counsel of the ungodly"?
10 What Manasseh set up in the
house of God (2 Chr. 33:7)
14 Affirm.
15 Enthuse.
16 Weed frequently mentioned in
theBible.
17 Impair by use.
18 7-Respiratory sounds.
19 Epochs.
20 Hunting expedition.
22 Person migrating from one
country to another.
24 Knota
26 The turmeric.
27 Make happy.
30 Fondlers.
4 The Lord took this from man
and made woman (Gen. 2:22)
35 Final outcomes.
37 Egress.
38 He died on Mount Hor (Num.
40 Organization providing enter entertainment
tainment entertainment for the armed forces.
41 Stage whisper.
42 Break off.
43 More profound.
45 Permit
46 Members of s group compris comprising
ing comprising Hebrews and Arabs.
48 Generous bestowal of gifts.
50 Pen point
51 One of the birds deemed un unclean
clean unclean for meat (Lev. 11:19)
52 Abnormally dilated.
56 Harsh nasal accents.
60 Oil: combining form.
61 In what place did Samuel
dwell? (1 Sam. 7:17)
63 Render muddy.
64 Thin.
65 One of the Stones ornament

ing the breastplate of Aaron
(Ex. 28:19)
66 Leah's third son (Gen. 29:34)
67 Spreads, as hay.
68 He was hanged on the gal gallows
lows gallows erected to hang Mordecai
(Esther 7:10)
69 Snow vehicle.
1 VERTICAL
1 -Mandibles.
2 Inner coat of the iris.
8 He maketb these to hear
(Mark 7:37)
4 Messenger's business.
5 Scoffa
6 Wing.
7 Small valleys.
8 Detail.
9 Strong yearnings.
10 Repeats.
11 Ethan's brother (1 Chron. 2:6)
12 Algerian seaport
13 For fear thai
21 French sculptor.
23 Procure
25 Results.
27 To what did Peter liken all
flesh? (1 Pet 1:24)
28 Climbing plant
29 Who dwelt in the land of
Canaan? (Gen. 13:12)
30 There are over two billion In
the world
31 Expatriate.
32 Travels by car.
Word to the Wise
IF YOU are quick-witted, you
should be able to rearrange the
letters in the word "thermo" to
form another word within 1 min minute.
ute. minute. Ready, go

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O ISM, Him restum Syndleate. Inc.

33 Marks to let stand.
36 Employ.
39 Convictions.
41 What weapon did Jonathan
shoot? (1 Sam. 20:36)
43 Rebekab's nurse (Gen. 35:8)
44 Made of baked clay.
47 Nervous twitch
49 Growls.

rr

61 Son of Lotaa (Gen. 80:22)
52 Unit of electromotive force.
53 Toward the sheltered side.
54 Peruse.
55 Icelandic prose narrative.
57 Christmas carol.
58 Donate.
59 Gllded.
62 Luzon Negrito.

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By MILLARD HOPPER
D LACK threatens to capture the
White checker on square 25,
but White's not worried since he
has hit upon a scheme that will
win the game in three moves.
White, moving up the board,
moves first
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CHANGING TIMES Stage star Roxanne does the
honors as New York's Time Square becomes "Sight "Sight-saving
saving "Sight-saving Square" to focus attention on a campaign
sponsored by Society for Prevention of Blindness.

IN THE LAND OF THE IGOROTS In northern Luzon, in the Philippines, the Igorots, one of the three Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian groups there, depend on rice growing for their main food. These rice terraces are more than two
thousand years old and rise to a height of nearly 5,000 feet. Rice demands intensive kind of cultivation.

A FRIENDLY RECEPTION Machiko Kyo, one of Japan's foremost
film starsarrives in Hollywood to co-star in-the Teahouse, of the
AugusttMoon.Ramy season in Japan forced company to move home.

A SEA-WORTHY AIR FORCE CREW

SOME AIR FORCE PERSONNEL live and work, in the
exchufc Texas Towers, but their tour of duty isn't
as plush as it may sound. Actually, they operate offshore
radar stations which are called' Texas Towers because of
the resemblance to Tideland oil barges. These photos show

the launching of one such tower, part of a future chain. of

oarly warning stations of the Continental Air Defense
Command. This structure is to be installed at Nantucket
Shoals, SO miles southeast of Nantucket island. It is a tri triangular
angular triangular platform 200 feet on each side and 20 feet thick.

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SCHOOL IS 'OUT' FOR A WHILE Less than an hour after some 400 children left this new addition to a school
in Donnelsville, O., near Dayton, an explosion ripped the structure apart. One teacher was slightly injured.

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tig mon-mcdt island begins move to off-shore spot. Inspectors look ever the hotel-site galley facilities.

BIG EARS Fred Brehe of
Marthasville, Mo., wants
us to know that his corn
may not be as thick this
year, but ears are bigger

HE'S NO HOT SHOT An overly-ambitious photographer hotfoots it away from
a wind-whipped brush fire in a forest near La Crescenta, Calif. Some 600 fire firefighters
fighters firefighters are trying to control the flames, which have burned out some 2,000 acres.

King Features Syndicate



CAYE MAPLES, showgirl for o night at the American
Legion's Festival of Fun, gives with the pantomime dur during
ing during her song "Lola."
(Story and pictures, Pages 2 & 3)

Tie SUNDAY
American
Supplement
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, OCTOBER U, MM



THE BAND

Eddie Edwards Comb (winner of the All Army Talent contest)

the music.

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HOOPLATOSS Bob Knapp tries his skill at ringing himself I
a pbe. Auxiliary member Virginia Young ran the booth andl

wound up with a sore back from picking up we novum, mais
Frank Naught on (winner of the door prise of two tickets to I

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American Legions
'Festival Of Fun

THE BANKER Charley Williams, well-known retired Panama Canal employe, handled the
money at the affair. Williams, who is not a Legionnaire (he's a Spanish-American War
Veteran), donated his time to help the Legion raise funds for charity.

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By Pat George
This year's "Festival of Fun" at
the American Legion Club No. 1,
American Legion Auxiliary, proved;
to be a bigger and better success!
than the last. For two successive!
nights crowds, came out to parti
cipate in the many events of both1

evenings.
To begin the evening of fun
free cocktail; were dispensed, and
naturally, were received by all
comers Music for dancing and
listening was supplied by the Ed Eddie
die Eddie Edwards combo.
With something going on a 11
the time, the crowd milled b e
tween the dance floor and the
various games of skill, stopping

now and again at the various re refreshment
freshment refreshment spots for "foot-long"
hot dogs and refreshments.
An all girl floor show, consist

ing of Marie Cicero in afasttap
dance routine, Sue Mable and
Doris Stringer in a modern jazz
ballet, Alice McClure with two

types of Hawaiian dance number!
(when she sat down, they though!

she was going on strike; actuallj

inr) were all well received. Sat

it was a typical Hawaiian rout
urday night Gave Mapksaddec

her talents to the floor show witq

two pantonine numbers.

. During the ..course ..of thai
evening several of the guest

put en impromptu dames, base baseball
ball baseball umpire Willie Williams, and
his daughter rendered an excel

led Charleston. Obviously, Mar.
gerite waa herd put te keep up

with her test moving dad.
Of course, everyone was await

ing the drawing of the man;

door prizes, particularly the foar

rubber mattresses and Cost;

Riean trip for two. Miss Esperanzi

Lopez, the winner of the mattress

ses, wondered bow he a l g h i

pack them into her hope, chess
without undergoing a jack in-

the box routine. The winner

(Continued on Page THREE)

THE YOCNC SET This is Margarita Williams and her dad "WJHy" Williams doing the
Charleston. The daughter had trouble keeping up with the Old Man who is probably better
known as a baseball umpire.

SLOWED DOWN TO A WALTZ Margarita and her dad
"Willie" Williams slowed down long enough so the photog photographer
rapher photographer could get this shot. They don't even look tired ont

the Charleston they had just finished doing.

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Sunday American StiDoiernod
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SUNDAY; OCTOBER 28, 1956



2 BaaaaaBaaft ' Jt fl ifi&i&lft

WAHINI (which means the girl, we think) is Mrs. Alice
McClure who did a real Hawaiian dance in the floor show.
(Continued from IHge If

the two tickets to Costa Rica
was Frank Naughton.
Besides the many door prizes
donated by several well known
Panama business firms, the festi festival
val festival offered several "gimmick"
door prizes, one of which took

an unexpected turn on the perpetrators

A well worn door, to be given
as a "door prize, which hid been
caorAfnH hv t.hi committee, was

discovered by the unsuspecting
manager Of the club in Bis pre-

CIGARETTE GIRL Gaye Maples who worked both nights
selling cigarettes and corsages (besides being in flo9r.
is selling a corsage to her date, Jim Doran. Nobody got uway
without a corsage. Shown in the background are left to right,

Lynne Jones, Henry r-nrmaa, incn moorer.

TATTUE-TALI FOR Yutomatlcally radio reports from
near-spaoo when Undo Sam '""" bottom fc a
vailed in Waihington, C Jhe Ming "s
single-stag., ,f f orS meleX which
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FUN These people had it. Around the table Rita Keviin, James Kevlin, Dorothy Swenson,
Frank Cain, Lucille Cain and Bill Swenson.

festival clean up campaign and
disposed of without the commit committee's
tee's committee's knowledge.
Thw niera iliahtlv chagrined

on not being able to locate the
"door" prize. The "lucky" wee wee-piont
piont wee-piont was consoled with two
bottles of choice Scotch
One counle. Mr. and Mrs. Rob

eft Bowen of Balboa won, on

Friday night, an electric toaster

and returned on Saturday u iry

their hick again, this time, oh

the same ticket on wnicn iney
bad won the night before, they
received a lovely tea set cup

and saucer with tea bail.

Another "gimmick," aconver-

tible spots car was given. It
must be noted that the recipients
of these gimmicks retained their
composure and good sportsman

ship as wen as tneir prizes.

The two mgm anair was a
Ennrocii riuo in nnrt to manv non-

Leeionnaires who donated their

. mm At 1 Si

time and enon, pamcuiarny

"Charley" Williams, Pan canal

nlil tlmor and vnteran of the

Spanish American War, Gaye

Maples and Margxnte wunams
aki wrvni s flower and cigaret

te girls, alsong with the aforemen

tioned participants in me uoor

show and ue awe at. J

Pattterson, program director of
C.F.N. -T V.

The hard working coniromee
whn had worked for a month in

nrpnara tinn exoresses its thanks

to t,o attondina nnhiio. Their nar-

w . r

ticipation made possioie a wnu w
be used in support of many chari chari-;..
;.. chari-;.. iuk In Mm Panal Zone and

Panama. Phoney money, backed by

their bard cash win neip w onng
h.nninpss relief and SUDDOrt to

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WOLF? lm Patterson In shown sneaking one in between
his many duties as combinntion shew manager, master of eere eere-iSi
iSi eere-iSi etl Serving him is Sefiortta Cortes. Jim Is program
mm""t direntor at CFN-TV.

uses ssss. -- v w!4

many in the coming year.
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STORM MEMORY
By Dorothy Hashes
It was in April. Suddenly the air
Filled with snow, thickening, until by morning
The city was lost, and still the white cloud fell
Those of us who reached the office waited there,
Huddled in the locked entrance of the building.
I poured the snow from my boots, and survival
Vaunted and beat in my blood like a bell.
Lovingly the" soft storm Included as
In out small hollow Of breath, And I thought
Of the Pleistocene slumber that once crept
Over this place, hating to hold enormous,
Dumb beasts that lay Sown, cleanly caught caught-How
How caught-How it is said thd meter held thm wrapped
IA their own presence while they hugely slept.
Dimly a foreign city seemed to rise.

Mantled, as though tBrOwgh sleep. I sensed one
The winter's tales, the books of Asbjornsen
And Grimm, the luxurious ironies
Of Andersen, and, looming crooked before,
All the thatch And gable of childhood. Then
The door was unbolted and we went m.

There goes the Piper. Call him Pan.
Fingering a cylinder of Wind,
he makes the sounds he only can,
till an the beasts, after then- kind-
and notably the wolf and beat,
Won and lynx and fisher-cat-dance,
With their forefeet in their air
end burning moonstone eyes half shut,
dance slowly round him in a ring,
with comic tails and heads a -nod;
poor brutes, they even try to sing.
O exquisite fingers On the wood,
take care, dent loosen, lest they hear,
ri the breath within, the true,
scrannel undercry of fear.
For they'll turn, then, and murder you.

A WINDOWFUL OF LONDON
By Helen Bevingten
Gray dome to prove it on clear days.
More often, in the fogs and haze,
What's clear is the absurdity
Of all my windowfdl of view
With nothing visible to see,
Except a pigeon, one or two,
Except, sometimes, the wheel of gulls
That dive and vanish In the waves
Of mist from Highgate to St. Paul's.
Only if I loot down, below,
is there the clarity of walls
Attd Brussels sprouts (a small, green row)
in 6Ae back garden, which becomes
A guide to London, and a view.
Because my vistas hitherto
Have been like this, not grand or many-.
A pear tree like the pear below,
An old man spearing leave it seems
As food a windowful as Any.
-All Poems Courtesy of The New Yorker.

ft. $. to-

Walter Wincyi In New Y

The Reluctant Debutante." at the

Henry Miller Theatre m case yoo
sissed our postscript to Mirror

a top-drawer troupe ... We im

mediately booked its top love love-scene
scene love-scene for our TV stow ... The

mother aad daughter (Adrian
Allen and Anna Massey ) I the
aew Carriage Trade ho ho-hokum

are ditto off-stage ... If you

want to thrill over Judy Garland's
show at The Palace-better hurry

get your news for the final

fortnight-ten weeks hence. It's
peddled out for I weeks already

. . Bee farmer, a show-stopping

and tl amorous star (when we had

nair; ana ner one-urne groom

(voice coach At Segal) win have
their tortied romance filmed anon

. Marie Torre's Herald Trlb

TV eoTfA repotted: ''Wttebell's

Trendex was 212' ... And B

Wilson reoorted that Variety gave

us ti l, wMehris torteet . E.W.,1

nowever, got u wrong wnen ne

added that tht Dmah-Frankle pro

gram the same night topped ours

. Trendex shows our

see!" ... We hep Ed Came.

Saw Concurred . That re reminds
minds reminds as at Oscar Levant (on the
night Mary Martin thrilled to

first "South PftefflC' audience)
wha to) whispered: "Whet a

m girt for Jealousy-"

half how

toDoed Dinah's hour to

on tenth of a per rtt-End of Lot's

Gt It Right Itopl ... On OUT

Premiere Show last week we con

across the nation. Which she was

televised catching happily.

season's kufnntyAunpties

"Harbor Lights and Sixth FU

made their backers $150,000 pool pooler
er pooler . "MylFair Lady's" record

ed albums have been almost as

lucrative as toe sbowow . 'The

Loud Red Patrick's'' happy arith

metic: Grossed over $30,000 during

the first week. The .show credits

our many plugs for its lefty bi
. "In the Middle of the House

has catchy melody, but those alone together.

lyrics. Lyrics!!! . roe actress
who portrays the sinful-eyefool i

'Tea and sympauiy" is namea

Norma Crane. Aa acting

. . Be sur aad road Davl

Cart's article in The Nation. He

devastates the N.Y. cekimnists.

Thirteen years of research went

the "The Ten Command-

movie before it faced the

. Scoop: Yul Brvnner

vaa his head With an electric

raaor . m wm. Kwaias . i
United Press ttesis; M my first Rex

shew isn't goto.' said WW, I MFL company!

won't show up tor the Seconal .
Til be looking at ft.' Ed Sullivan

stone-faced. 'This show

a treasure he has m

ton's book (about Wm).

ver Spade"?

well

"The letters of Thomas Wolfe"

(Scrrber's) reveals that the late

novelist -was quite a letter-writer.

one missive covers a mere 22
page . Nonsensorship: Eu Europe's
rope's Europe's censors okay the sexiest
episodes la films, but nokay

brawls involving men. (Too vio

lent, they argue) . "Petticoats
of Portugal" sounds like music

should sound . ; Never give-up

note: JO SoVivsn, who co-stars in

'Most Happy Fella," was a "Tal "Talent
ent "Talent Semite" loser Listen to
Niok Kenny's ptatter, "Afraid,"

as mrusneo or Aane Lorraine .
There are no secrets, folks. Janet

uetgn, in a movie mag, discloses
her feelings during childbirth .

"Harbor Lights" didn't do right

oy oar Darnell!

The penalty of bete

known: The latest wild

That my danehter. who Is

H'wood films, is working kt

a stripper in a Jersey Jaw

'With Love from Gracie" (a

ec Sinclair Lewis authored
first wife) disclosed that

drank tea much and "he tried to

love other women and failed.

(Scandalmonger) ...

note: Talking pictures are

years era . variety
Hecht's sassmatazz:

writers collect four times the

amount of money they're worth.
Sore, 1 collected it. too. hveaaso

to I Was inspired by poverty." .

Lisa Kirk moves from It Persian

Riwna Plaza Untlt n TO. a W.L

dorf s ETnpahr Room

Congratutrsa

Look mag fractures some child

head dreams about Jimmy Dean.

I reporting: "Between toe comple completion
tion completion of 'East of Eden' aad the

start of 'Rebel Without a Cause.'

eluded-by flinging orchids to Dinah Dean became impossible. If he

tfafugll be Was not getting enough
attention in a restaurant, he would

(beat a tom-tom MM on the table
to, alar Ma saooa asalnst ajflass

Sixth Fin- of water With a boogie beat, pour

a oowi of sugar into his peefce

or set fire to a paper nankin

. The dialog in the "Toward

the Unknown" flicker is quite un

usual: SoaMstkated wR . Must

bup platter: Alan Dale's "I Cry
Mrtr' . Helen Howe's "The

Success" novel includes a s witty

"The largest secret society

m tne world two married women

backers Invested $86

Warnine: An attemut is being

made to revive the song silly,

"ThJi UMin flaoa D,J

in Mmv wwvb avuin Kini

tund" . The "oh, no!" trophy J

goes to the mag that breathlessly
reported: Steve Allen eats orchid
petal sandwiches . Brightest

The Solid Goto Cadillac." Aa ac

tress pouts: "I'm tared of atevina

Shakespeare. They woa't lot you I in London's dailies than Mau Mon-

sit aown nmess you're a am ne. What is the sionifkaace of

Wilding turned down the that? . Elvis' miltton-dollar

m role in the touring, story began when he paid 43 to

What is bu- record a tune for his mother

mor? S. J. Porelman's defuution Definition of an fntrate: A Guv

of an eaehead in Newsweek . .Who Sot tired of van eat-rvMi- him

1 goiia iocs Lonraa union reauxe wnaten your oacv.

ml

VIII

Wkttos Bat.

only a

Tip to wolves: If you're striv

ing to impress Kim Novak, aaad

her purple roses. Her favorite
posies ... A half-dozen years ago
Judy Garland was jobless, it and

oroae. (now 100K!) . Mian

Handle, the ace TV dteeetor.

who knows haw to deal warn ton ton-trumental
trumental ton-trumental people, is hereby re reminded
minded reminded of Shelley Winters' doftei doftei-Uon:
Uon: doftei-Uon: "To mo temperament means

simply that you care ahoysjir
another bombshelleyism: "I, get
carried away by the sound f my

owa mouth" . WOR-TV revived
Ingrid Herman's starrer, "Notori "Notorious."
ous." "Notorious." (Reminds you how much her
talent and beaut are missed) .

Steve Allien should find eoasafa-

tion in having people take his

ideas. Nobody ever apes a Phlop.

The Torch Is Over Whan You

Drive Past Her House Without

lag Up ... Al Hibbtor's
sr me Lights Go Down Law'

is torchy enough, to replace 4 for forest
est forest fire ... How amae assa is

required to become a Broadway

angel? Some of "Pajama Game's"

to ac

flippancy la th movie verston of tors' Studio 'method" In a line:

A actor should live his roles

Liberate received more space

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Insurance For Ike (?)
By PETER EDSON

WASHINGTON (NBA) A
thinly disguised letter to SO top
U.S. life insurance companies,
asking if they would issue policy
to an individual o f President
Dwieht D. Eisenhower's age and

nhvsical condition, was thrown
into the campaign today.
Republican leaders who have
seen the letter brand it as phony
and as an underhanded smear at attack
tack attack on the President, because he
has made no application for any
new insurance.
Writer of the letter and its ap ap-narent
narent ap-narent orUinator is Henry L. Fox,
30. He is a New York insurance
broker whose Life Policy Place Placement
ment Placement Co. specializes in policies
for neoDle With disabilities. Fox
readily admitted that the tetter
was designed to cover the case of
Presiden Eisenhower, hot said it
was an entirely personal protect
Fox's 115-word letter is perfect
ly transparent, but i could stir
no the quiescent health issue
again. It reads as follows
"Dear Sir.
"I hav been authorized to ob obtain
tain obtain information concerning the
issuance of life insurance on the
following Individual:
"a) Mile, American, executive,
IH 66.
"b) Heart attack oie year age
(coronary thrombosis); hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized seven weeks; he. las resumed
complete previous activities;
health otherwise good.
"A laffge-wetthnoMi organva
cteney of th individual
are considering em
very aaportant
executive
near
future
"Please inform me by tetter
(ohone cells tot eoaciderod)
the general underwriting attitude
of your company toward the pos
sible issuance of life insurance on
the life of this individual.
"Thanking you in advance for
the courtesy of a reply, I remain,
(Signed) 'Tlenry L. FtttM
One of the companies receiving
the letter sent it to Washintgon
hi he belief ha i migh be of
imliical omh.
The lefeY was made available
to this reporter for investigation
and disclosured.
Ward Cawnel. New York NT. A
Service reporter, took the tetter!
to Fox's ofiee it 75 Maiden Lane,
which is Insurance now
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to Canoe!
that the totter was h
his,
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Several of the companies have

replied that they would not write
insurance on the suoiee of his in
quiry. They are New England
ssuiuai uie, Aetna, prudential,
Massachusetts Mutual Life. Caa
ada Life, Guardian Life and Gen
eral American.
Other companies have recked
that they would not declare them
selves' on the insurability of the
individual described in the letter
unil (key had further infor-
Fon insists that the idea for the
letter is all bis own. He is a
registered Democrat, but he says
he has had no dealings with
either the Democratic or Repub
lican nartkts And he has had no
dealings with the press, beyond
some correspondence with a new
Tork paper several .years ago.
Fox discussed tie idea of his
letter with private individuals
who know man professionally. But
he said the talk was strictly on
a -A., si uiwti mUIa
NU ty HUTS. IBxTW nP nv WmSntK
road of opinion on Maiden Laae."
he declares.
Me admit that One of his
friends has been conferring with
members of the Democratic party
about his survey.
"I leal this way." For told Re
porter C a n n el. "One of the bhj
issues is Eisenhower's berth. I
wonder if pubic opinion is aware i
at rt as a life expectancy props-
atttonr"
hft
offered to write insurance on thef
subject of his inuua-y is just what
Fox expected. "I knew what the
answers would be before I start
ed," Ire says.
tox does not beDeve thai

WaSjand'otfejte wrHe'T Slhnffi Mho secretary ofslaS

just Jar Republican or any
oublicitv Durooses.
fox feels that such an action
would jeopardize the insurance
company with other policyholders
and with applicants who have
been turned down because they
have and heart attacks
Abut Fox savs that anv nolicv
issued to such an applicant would
be so prohibitively high, if
rated am one several com
that the puWfcitv would be bad
Fox has been m insurance since
149
He caHs himself a New
Yorker, tost he was born in Oii-
caco He sneaks with a
twang. He is of medium Height
and black haired. Married, with
torn dauawters. five and one, he
lines in Groat Neck, L.I.

I

LUNCH TIME FOR THE COUGARS World's first aeaplane tanker capable of handling a )
multiple refueling job provides "lunch" for four Grumman F-M-8 Cougar jets from Mlramar,'
Calif., Naval air station at a rendezvous off La Jolla, Calif. The four-turboprop, dual-purpose
trariaport-tanker has been designated as the Convair R3Y-2 "Tradewind." Already under!
delivery to the Navy, ships of her type carry enough fuel In wing tanks to service eight fighter
asanas. The Tradewind nan been able to complete a four-unit refueling job in loss than five -minutes.
Whan used as a transport, aha can carry 3ft tons of cargo or up to 103 paatongeri.

The Washington Merry-Go -Roui
m ty HIW MAMON

WASHINGTON A good many
days before the Polish revolt, ai
1m nnibw hMd of Central Intel-
pi euic ten mat warn
would happen, jue aiso preuictca
serious straining at me teasn
against Moscow fa other satellite
countries.
Finally he urged the Bteen Bteen-Knwr
Knwr Bteen-Knwr administration to do some-
thinu to enconrage the satellite
nreak-awav. He found He ieaa
en and mate Department strate
gists, however, much too preoccu
pied in the political campaign to
do mocn serious iron vwrtaa
thinking.
In Washington, Allen Dulles,
the much less publicized member
of the Dulles family, is eenaidered
bv far the brighter of the two
brothers. Though he operates
der a careful cloak of secrecy so
that his mistakes are net known
to the public, he has made few
mistakes (Iris hacking of Get
Nasser was the worst), and has
called the shots with remarkable
accuracy.
In this -ease, however. H looks
as if the elder Dulles Brother's do-
nothing policy re Poland was wiser
than Allen's oo-someining weucy.
Over CBS TV the other nwnt.
John Foster Dulles reported to the
nnhlir that he was doine vary lit-
tie to encourage Polish revolution
ists. Dulles said this almost apol
ogetically as if fumbling to figure
out what could e done. In the
SC VM. BUBO lUHlwiius, ml mwtl
mM hi Sumhlinrt nek aOul
There are balloons." He referred
to the freedom balloons which
have been floated regularly and
repeatedly across tne noroer imp
Cechosiovakia, Poland and nun
gary.
Despite Duue s groping, every
diplomatic observer who has fol
lowed the European scene closely
figures fiat the best thing the
United States can do right now is
to keep quiet, officially, and let
the strung ferment inside Poland
work itself out. For this govern
ment to barae into the picture
even with public statements
might either drive restless poles
back toward Moscow, or give
Moscow an excuse to barge into
the picture.
The ouick. resentful Polish re
action to Eisenhower s political
statement in eaver congratulat
ing the Poles showed the wisdom
of the elder Dune's do notning poi
T

P. A. CLASSIFIEDS

icy, even if he arrived at it

by,
accident.
CURTAIN"
Here is the background of the
kaitnmu" to which Secretary
Dulles referred to telling what be
was doing to encourage Polish re revolt
volt revolt The idea of floating propagan
da balloons aeross the Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain first nroDOsed by this
writer to Hat. H met with no en
thuutera whatsoever in the State
Department, though welcomed ny
such men as Gen. Omar Bradley,
then chairman of the joint chiefs
of staff.
After twa years of plugging the
idea, however, I was given the
green light by Edward Barrett,
the assistant secretary of state,
now dean of the Columbia School
of Journalism. He- specified, how however,
ever, however, that I get a non-American
committee to sign the freedom freedom-friendship
friendship freedom-friendship leaflets to the satellite
neonle.
In I960. I visited Turkey. Yugo
slavia, West Germany and various
other countries along the Iron
Curtain to organize a freedom bal
loon committee, but got little or
no response. The Turks were
seared to death of offending Rus
sia. No important Turkish leader
would become a member of a
freedom balloon committee. The
French and British were eejuaBy
timid. In Yugoslavia I got the
best response.
Finally, in 1951, with the sup
port and cooperation of C. D
Jackson, energetic and brilliant
publisher of Fortune and head of
the Crusade for Freedom, the
first balloons were launched by
Harold Stassen and me oa a wet
August night, from the German
border Into Czechoslovakia
The State Department at that
time would not permit balloons to
go into Poland for fear of arous
teg the Russians,
The first leaflets were signed
by the CIO AFL of Canada, the
equivalent labor groups of Latin
America, the Free Writers Asso Association
ciation Association of Europe, and the Gen General
eral General Federation of Women's Clubs,
then headed by Mrs. Dorothy
Houghton, now co-chairman of
Citiens for Eisenhower.
After thtt initial launching,
techniques were improved so that
balloons have gone to Poland,
Hungary and Cechosiovakia reg regularly.
ularly. regularly. In the past year, a small
newspaper has crossed the Iron
Curtain almost once a week, and

a totel of more than 300,000,000

pamphlets has been dropped over
the satellites since that first bal balloon
loon balloon was launched from a misty
wheat field in Bavaria ia August
1951.
The 'tie Department, mean mean-white,
white, mean-white, has kept a bands off poV
icy which is wise. Under Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Dulles, it has even been
: lore than hands off. It has been
negative. Last summer when the
International Order of Eagles
wanted to send Benson's surplus
food bv balloon to hungry satel
lite peoples, the State Department
frowned and said no. There had
been too many protests from Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. KHRUSHCHEV OUT
You can write it down as al almost
most almost certain that bubbling, vodka-drinking
Nikita Khrushchev,
the secretary of the Communist
party who tried to soften the
tough policies of Joe Stalin, is on
his way out.
A small clique inside the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin has been gunning for him for
some time. Now the Polish revolt
gives them an excuse to oust
him. His ousting will probably he
bad news for the United States,
because Khrushchev, with all his
faults, was a lot more tolerant
toward hc rest of the world than
ruthless Joe Stalin. He gave the
JtaeateB people more freedom,
had started to lift the Iron Cur Curtain,
tain, Curtain, and, according to reports
from U.S. Ambassador Bohlen,
seemed to think that hydrogen
war would spell the end of civil civil-iation.
iation. civil-iation. The group that has disapproved
of Khrushchev's policie is head headed
ed headed by dour, America-hating ex ex-foreign
foreign ex-foreign Minister Molotov, who
believes in the Stalin school that
toughness payv Now he can say:
"I told you so."
Molotov ia too old to head up
the Kremlin. The man who will
probably fill Nikita's shoes is An An-astas
astas An-astas Mikoyan, who has played
both the Molotov and the Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev sides and can get along with
both.
Note Khrushchev ha a son-in-law
in Washington. He is first sec secretary
retary secretary of the Soviet embassy,
whose job it was to negotiate with
Pan American Airways for land landing
ing landing rights in Russia. He hps
seemed rather friendly to the
United States. Khrushchev star star-tied
tied star-tied American diplomats not long
ago by hinting that he would like
to have his son be educated in
&e United States.

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L.ilVER HAS TIME FOR REFLECTION Buffalo, N.Y.,
t .lie officer scratches his head over plenitude of safety devices
earning this car. It features eight rear-view mirrors, front front-p
p front-p .:'.-rcar windshield wipers, two fog lights and three bug de deflators.
flators. deflators. Its owner has plenty of time for reflection but not
in his cat's multiple mirrors. He's serving 23a days for
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YOU COUNT 'EM Walter Wark, 7, and brother Daniel, 8,
of Rosemead, Calif., are "spot" contenders for the most-freckles
contest during the Los Angeles County Fair. Could be that
Walter is hiding a surprise entry of uncounted freckle under
that chin bandage.

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right, were all set to welcome their new neighbors until the
folks next door put up posters revealing their political inclina inclinations.
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1956



Revew Of The Week

WORLD-WIDE
ISTHMIAN
SPORTS

MEXICO CITY A cattlemen's organization in
Mexico predicts disaster for herds to the border
state of Sonera, unless some rain falls soon. The cat cattlemen's
tlemen's cattlemen's credit union says at least 200-thousand head
of cattle worth 12-million dollars will die unless relief
comes quickly. The union also asked for federal aid.
Mexico City The American embassy to Mexico
City says Mexican citizens traveling to the United
States spent more than nine-million dollars during
the first seven months this year. That is almost a 40
per cent rise from the same period last year.
Rio de Janeiro About 10-thousand primary and
high school teachers in the Rio de Janeiro district
have gone on a two-day strike for higher pay. Spokes Spokesmen
men Spokesmen for the union of school professors warned of a
more serious strike in November if the present walk walkout
out walkout doesn't bring more money.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras The military rulers of
Honduras have Issued a decree cancelling the results
of this month's election of delegates to a constituent
assembly. The Nicaraguan embassy announced it had
recognized the military junta as the leadership of
Honduras. That was the first formal announcement
so far of recognition.
Tucuman, Argentina Two bombs have exploded
In Tucuman, Argentina. The blasts went off a few min minutes
utes minutes after each other. . and in different parts of the
city. First reports said there were no casualties.
Buenos Aires The Argentine government took
another step today to get out of the grain business. It
set up an independent authority to regulate the grain
trade. . and to take over the assets of the official
marketing agency.
Washington The World Bank has made 25-mil-Uon
500-thousand dollar loan to Uruguay. The funds
will be used to help build a hydroelectric power plant
on the Rio River... which is expected to increase
power generating capacity in Uruguay by one-fourth.
Washington The United States Commerce De Department
partment Department says the Suez Canal crisis helped to raise
Venezuelan petroleum production to a new record of
two-million 500-thousand barrels a day.
A department publication said that in the July to
September period, the Venezuelan government made
Hew petroleum concessions to eight companies.
Milan, Italy The Italo-Braziiian Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce has announced that it is planning to send a
delegation to Brazil shortly... to meet with finance
and industrial officials. The group will study ways of
bringing greater collaboration between the two coun countries,
tries, countries, j- i i,i J
Sah Juan, PR. A 70-year-old Puerto Rican poet
has received the news of a Nobel Prize award at the
bedside of his seriously ill wife. Juan Ramon Jimenez
was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for his
poetry.. And an official of the University of Puerto
Rico told Jimenez of the honor as the poet spent his
daily vigil at the bedside of his wife who is dying
of cancer.
The Jordanian embassy In London officially denied
an unconfirmed report that the King of Jordan has
been assassinated.
The report of King Hussein's death apparently came
from a French diplomatic mission In the Middle East
The assistant chief of. the news department of the
French foreign office told reporters latly this morn morning
ing morning that the 21-year-old Arab leader was killed. The
spokesman gave neither qualifications nor details.
But his superior later watered down the report by
saying it was unconfirmed.
Then the Jordanian embassy in London announced
that it had spoken to the Royal palace in Amman, the
Jordanian capital, which and we quote "denied
the report completely." Said the embassy: "The King
Is to the best of health and everything is normal in
Jordan."
The Navy tells the story about a test pilot who
scored a direct hit on himself. Incredible... yes, but
that's what the Navy says.
Test pilot Tom Attridge was flying an F-Ur jet
fighter plane. He was checking the plane's 20-millimeter
cannon over the Atlantic Ocean near Long Is Island;
land; Island; New York.
Attridge put the plane Into a shallow dive at about
miles -an-hour. . and let loose with two bursts
from the cannon. The bullets sped on their way...
and Attridge continued in his dive.
The next thing he knew the bullet-proff canopy
ver the cockpit shattered. Attridge headed for an air
strip, but the engine conked out. and he had to
crash land in a wooded area a half-mile from the field.
Navy experts cheeked over the battered plane...
Mid found the same kind of cannon slug In the jet
engine. . and three shell holes to the canopy.
It seems the Jet fighter flew so fast it caught up
with its own bullets. . and shot itself down.
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Battles between British forces and mobs led' by
. Communist Chinese still rage in the streets of Sin Singapore.
gapore. Singapore. Officials say seven persons all Chinese have
died, and that 70 others six of them British were
injured in the two days of rioting. Another 49 persons

are unaer arrest.

British colic fired into the Chinese mobs several

times today in addition to throw In tear gas bombs.
British bullets accounted for at least 27 of the wounded.

The riots began vesterdav when Communist-led

Chinese students failed to evacuate the city's high

me stuaents were joined by members of commu-

L.-nmese iraae unions.

premier of Morocco has resigned amid the crisis

PANAMA PRESIDENT ERNESTO de la Guardla re revealed
vealed revealed this week during his first press conference
slnie his inaugoral that the government's Price Con Control
trol Control Office is preparing to avert possible increases to
consumer goods after January 1, 1957.
About 18,000 Canal Zone employes are scheduled to
lose their commissary and gasoline purchase privileges
December 31.
Another disclosure concerned a government study
of an offer by US. financier Nelsqn Rockefeller to
invest $1,000,000 to the building' of a supermarket for
Panama to be staffed by those Panamanians due to
lose their Zone commissary jobs. The employes, Mr.
de la Ouardia pointed out, would eventually become
owners of the market under a sort of cooperative
basis.
Another disclosure: Panama's unemployment prob problems
lems problems are among those being most carefully studied by
the administration.
The National Assembly turned down a bill which
would have exempted Panamanian employes of the
Zone from paying the income tax pending a wage
increase. The Assembly called it unconstitutional be because
cause because it "creates a privilege for a specific group of the
community."
Panama Minister of Finance Rubin D. Carles, Jr.,
pointed out that Panama stood to collect $609,060 to
1966 in income taxes from non-U S. citizen employes
in the Zone, but that so far only $80,000 had been
collected this fiscal year.
American stevedore foremen, head stevedores and
stevedores employed by the Panama Canal Company
filed suit this week in U.S. District Court for back
overtime pay extending over a three-year periods.
More or less, the plainjtif fs seek $3,800 each for what
they allege Is uncompensated overtime due them for
work between August 1, 1953, and August 5, 1966.
It is estimated that about 20 men still in duty sta status
tus status are affected. But if the statute of limitations is
found not to apply, others who have left the Com Company
pany Company or retired will also have standing under the suit.
About 50 persons who went to the Portobelo Black
Christ festival were dunked when a pier collapsed.
Some 29 were injured, several seriously. Most were
Panamanian visitors trying to get the first launch
bank to Colon.
The crews of two Navy crash boats in Portobello as assisted
sisted assisted in cleaning up the litter of the celebration and
in rescue operations.
Three Panama educators were named by the Canal
authorities as a special committee to evaluate the Lat Latin
in Latin American Schools In the Canal Zone. Those who
will serve on a consultant fee basis are Dr. Rafael
Moscote. dean of the department of philosophy and
education at the University of Panama: Max Arose Arose-mena,
mena, Arose-mena, former Minister of Education; and Temisto Temisto-cles
cles Temisto-cles Cespedes, former chief of the technical services
section of the Ministry of Education. The field study
is expected to take about two weeks.
A threatened waterfront strike in New York hurried
no yesterday's scheduled said of the SS Cristobal un until
til until Friday night. The ship planned to by-pass Haiti on
its northbound voyage and put into Norfolk instead of
docking at its regular berth in New York.
The "town meeting" idea gained apace" among on
the Zone residents of U.8. rate commur'ties when 150
showed up at Oamboa and took part in discussions
with Governor Potter. Though traffic matters and a
shortage of medical service in Qamboa took up most
of the night session, two other matters drew atten attention,
tion, attention, j
Questioned .about "propaganda" critical of Canal
Zone Courts in some Panama newspapers Gov Pot Potter
ter Potter defended both the U.S. District Court and the two
Magistrate's Courts. He added that naturally he Is
concerned about the criticism, but added that the pa papers
pers papers had a rieht to criticize If they wished.
He added that some people in Panama are as dis disturbed
turbed disturbed over publication of the type of material to
which the ouestion referred. Observing that "Pretty
poor things have been said in very irresponsible pieces
of news and editorials," he remarked, "but I glory that
they can be said."
He closed the subject with the hopeful prediction
that "the things that are between us will be settled,
because human beings do have brains."
Aside from discussions of Adlai and Ike and their
different views on the H-bomb, most Zonlans were
also following with interest reports from back home
on the election chances of favorite Congressmen and
Senators.
With election only nine days away, few Zonians
seemed to he aware, of who is running for the Civic
Council seats in their own towns. Some people felt in interest
terest interest would pick up next week.
There seemed nothing lethargic. Thought, about the
Community Chest workers who galloped off to a good
start on their funding drive.
caused by the arresf of five Algerian rebel leaders by
the French.
Premier Si Bekkai handed in his resignation to Sul Sultan
tan Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef.
The government upheavel comes amid turbulent
riots in Morocco in which Moslems have been burn burning
ing burning cars, killing French residents and calling for the
evacuation of all French troops.
Communist Hungary Is reported to be almost en entirely
tirely entirely in the hands of rebels.
Eyewitnesses returning to Vienna say rebels con control
trol control most of the nation except its capital Budapest
Reports reaching the west say gunfire still echoes
in the streets of Budapest and that the faltering Com Communist
munist Communist regime has pledged to announce momentarily
a rlew government.

THE UNITED PRESS has learned a sixplayer deal
is being discussed between the Cleveland Indians
and Kansas City A's. The trade, still in the early talk talking
ing talking stage, would have Cleveland give up third base baseman
man baseman Al Rosen and right-handers Mike Garcia and Art
Houtteman. In return, the Indians would get third
baseman Hector Lopez, first baseman Vic Power and
rigst-hander Art Ditmar from the A's.
General manager Hank Greenberg of the Indians
made it clear last month the Rosen's days with Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland are numbered. Greenberg said at the time that
"Rosen has lost confidence and can't play in Cleve Cleveland"
land" Cleveland" Garcia has shown signs of slipping, and Houtteman
is considered expendable by the Indians. On the other
hand, the 24-year-old Lopez is rated a star of the
future, and Power supplies the long ball. Ditmar won
12 and lost 22 this year but veteran observers tab
him as a better pitcher than his record shows.
Along the baseball trail, The Sporting News has
named Frank Robinson of Cincinnati and Louis, Apa Apa-ricio
ricio Apa-ricio rookies of the year. Robinson, an outfielder, was
named first on all 197 ballots of baseball writers. Apa Apa-ricio,
ricio, Apa-ricio, the Chicago White Sox shortstop, drew 158 votes.
Sports writer Frank, Gibbons of the Cleveland Press
reported that Leo Durocher has confirmed a report
that he will become the new manager of the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians.
Gibbons said Durocher indicated he would sign
with the Indians by revealing that the Tribe's gen general
eral general manager. Hank Greenberg, would visit him
at his Beverly Hills, Calif,, home within a few
days for a final discussion of terms.
According to Gibbons, Durocher said he expects no
trouble in reaching an agreement with Greenberg.
Gibbons quoted the colorful and controversial "Lip" as
saying "Hank and I have been friends for 4 long
time."
Gibbons said that when asked if price or length of
contract might snarl the deal, Durocher said: "I don't
expect any trouble on that score."
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Another major league baseball team Is to the market
for a new manager.
The vacancy popped up when Marty Marion of the
Chicago White Sox handed in his resignation. The
former all-star shortstop of the St. Louts Cardinals is
the fourth manager to step down since World Series
time. Bucky Harris left Detroit and was replaced by
Jack Tighe. Bob Scheffing took over for Stan Hack
with the Chicago Cubs. Al Lopez of Cleveland quit but
that job remains open although Leo Durocher seems
to have the inside track.
Although Marion resigned, indications are he did
not jump he was pushed. The White Sox, in accept accepting
ing accepting the resignation, said they would pay Marlon
through his 1957 contract. This would appear to be a
case of telling Marion resign or be fired.
The quiet-spoken Marion said he had no plans for
the future apd the White Sox took the same stand
as to hiring a new manager. Marion said "They
were not happy with my work. We all felt that we
might have won the pennant and we didn't do it. So
I resigned and they accepted."
The White Sox finished third but many observers
feel the club will have a struggle staying In the first
division next season.
Over in the National League, vice-president Buz Buz-sy
sy Buz-sy Bavasl of the Brooklyn Dodgers reports he re received
ceived received a fabulous offer for Don Newcome. In fact,
two offers one before the World Series and the
other after the Yankees ahd beaten the Dodgers.
Bavasi refused to say whether the offers came
from bat added "We have turned down two
offers of $300,000 for Newcombe."
The manager of the Dodgers, who Is touring Japan
with the team, had an answer to a charge that he
was "gutless." The remark was allegedly made by
Turk Karam, who claimed to be a Brooklyn scout.
Manager Waiter Alston said "All I know about
Karam is that he sells bubble gum. Maybe he is a
Brooklyn scout, I don't know. So far as I know Karam
has not done any scouting for us."
Former lightweight contender Frankle Ryff return returned
ed returned to boxing Monday night with a victory.
Ryff took a unanimous decision from Frank Ippoltto
in a bloody New York fight. It was Ryff's first bout
since June 1, when Larry Boardman knocked him
out in the ninth round.
Ryff scored effectively with combinations to the
head. There were no knockdowns, though a left hook
to the chin almost floored Ippollto in the ourth round.
At the end, Ippollto in the fourth round. At the end.
Ippollto was bleeding from the nose, lower Up and
two cuts on the left brow. Ippollto tried hard and
shook up Ryff several times, but Ryff had too much
speed.
The top weights carried their weight well in Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday top stakes races.
, "Bardstown" at 126 pounds carried tne load
to a fast finish victory by a neck over "Summer Tan"
in the $81,000 Trenton Handicap at Garden State.
"Find" was thfcd. Bardtown under Willie Hartack
ran the mile and one quarter in 201:4 over a muddy
track. He returned $6.40, $3 60 and $2.40.
At Suffolk, "Reneged" also under 126 won the
$60,000 Yankee Handicap, with "Kingmaker" second
and "Oh Johnny" third. Reneged returned $10.80. $6.40
and $4.40.
And "Third Brother" second high weight in the
field won the $28,000 Long Island Handicap at
Jamaica. Third Brother had run third three lengths
behind when "Nashua" set an American record for
two miles while winning the Jockey Club Gold Cup.
Third Brother beat "Beau Diable" by five lengths
while "Thinking Cap" finished third. The winner re returned
turned returned $5.00, $3.50 and $2.50.

SUNDAY, 0CT0J3ER 28, 1956

PAGE SEVEN



MARIE CICERO approaching the sonic barrier during a fast tap dance
(Story and picturet, Paget 2 & 3