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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe' Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1956
'Hopeless Defeatism Says Adlai
Says Ike Hostile
To H-Bomb Ideas
BOSTON, Oct. 29 (UP) Adlai E. Stavenson today
labeled President Eisenhower's arguments against ending
hydrogen bomb tests as "hopeless defeatism."
The Democratic Presidential candidate charged that
the President offers oniy a "do-nothing solution" on the
problem of "how to save the world frora hydrogen devastation:"
Stevenson issued a 3000 word
memorandum with a covering
statement replying to Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's "white paper" which at attacked
tacked attacked the Stevenson H-bomb
proposal last Tuesday.
Stevenson called the adminis administration's
tration's administration's document at "campaign
pamphlet" rather than an offi official
cial official paper and said it was "re "remarkable
markable "remarkable for misstatements and
Nixon Says Republicans Will Win
Control of House, and Maybe Senate
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 29 (UP)
Vice President Richard M.
Nixon predicted today the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans would win control of
tile House and had "an even
chance" to take control of the
Nixon made the prediction as
he began a back-breaking cam campaign
paign campaign tour of Los Ahgeles and
southern California in an at attempt
tempt attempt to win the state's 32 elec electoral
toral electoral votes for President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. The Vice-President said that
Exam Turns Out
WASHIflGTOlf Oct. 29 (UP)-
President Eisenhowers pre
election head-to-toe physical ex examination
amination examination came out "awfully
right," his personal physician said
Maj. Gen. Howard Snyder, Mr.
Eisenhower's personal physician,
told reporters after the detailed
weekend checkup that "everything
came out just as we expected.'
Mai. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton,
commanding general at Walter
Reed Army Medical Center where
the tests were made, agreed that
the results were "right on the
Mr. Eisenhower, smiling broad broadly
ly broadly and waving to the crowd, left
the hospital at 3:48 p.m. He was
asked by reporters how he felt.
"Fine, fini," he said.
"At least 1 feel physically fine,"
he added with a laugh. "Now if
they could just get those other
worries off my mind."
As Mr. Eisenhower left the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, he was presented on the
sidewalk with a large quartz dia diamond
mond diamond by 10-year-old Anne Bonna Bonna-no
no Bonna-no of Washington.
"Well, thank you very much,"
the President said with a smile.
That's very sweet of you."
Mr. Eisenhower wore a brown
suit and a brown fedora for the
trip back to the White House. He
neither wore nor corried a top topcoat.
coat. topcoat. A small crowd watched the
ft wittily Right
READY FOR CHECK-CP-On the eve of his going to Walter
Reed Hospital for a complete medical check-up, President
Elsenhower appears to be in high spirits as he meets with
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles in the White House.
' : -., r-.j --Hf
"Ater aH Mr. Eisenhower's
arguments are shaken down,"
Stevenson said, "the net effect
is one of hopeelss defeatism.
The President is not only hos hostile
tile hostile to new constructive thinking
by others on how to save the
world from hydrogen devas devastation,
tation, devastation, but he quite clearly has
(Continued on Page 8.
political experts, while con conceding
ceding conceding the reelection of Mr.
Eisenhower, have been predict predicting
ing predicting that the GOP would fail
to win control of the House
and the Senate in the Nov. 6
He said there has been
"significant" shift in. voter
thinking in the past few days
"This is the situation as I see
terlnrr th final week
IV WWJ V'vv "r
of the campaign. I think we have
an even chance to carry the
The Republicans captured con control
trol control of bpth Houses in the last
Presidential election' but lost
control in the 1954 elections.
rne Democrats won control oi
the House 232 to 203 la the mid midterm
term midterm elections while there are 49
use seats will ha decid
ed in next week's election.
Be Handled On
Local Basis Ike
MIAMI, Oct. 29 (UP) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower flew into the
segregation-conscious south to to-dav
dav to-dav and said that problems in involving
volving involving equality among Ameri American
can American citizens should be handled
"to the greatest possible extent"
on a local and state basis.
The Chief Executiva, on a
fast, one-day earial campaien
venture in the south, spoke first
to an airport crowd in Miami.
In the early afternoon he was
scheduled to speak in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, winding up the dav later
in the afternoon at Richmond,
Mr. Eisenhower, In his remarks
prepared for Miami, did not
mention civil rights, segregation
or schoo integration as such.
But it was obvious that was
what he was talking about.
Neither did he mention the
Supreme Court school decision
In his prepared talk, but h said
his administration had striven
to keep the board Question of
equality from becoming a par partisan
tisan partisan matter.
Rebellion Not US
jfflofctosssism A RfisasB HflPtLLi j2BWHE
gjp .'CHHksBaMBaB eaBesaaa''lfcsaaW a&aLsiWsW
FIGHTING FOR THEIR FREEDOM Hungarian rebels, carrying their country's flag, ride a
.hA11110?8114116 stie,ets 01 Budapest. An eyewitness reported that SOOp to
3000 persons have died in the uprising.
East German Reds
BERLIN, Oct. 29 (UP) -East
Germany's Communist rulers
served notice today that any at
tempt at a Hungary-style uprising
by their disgruntled subjects will
be crushed witn an jron list.
premier Walt .Uibricbt
ftaesia'r chief representative
Germany, and premier into
Grotewohl --warned, in a broadcast
that they will not tolerate the
spread in the Soviet zone of the
now fashionable sicaness oi
The communist organ Neues
Deutschland said the Red regime
will "defend itself with vigor"
against aay attempt to oust its
A -Communist cell at Humboldt
University called for a "de
termined fight" against "counter
revolutionary students wno are
clamoring for democracy and the
dismissal of uibricnt.
The Communists have mobilized
more than zso.ouu troops ana po police
lice police to deal with any sign of
trouble, and Red militia units in
East Germany factories .have been
Larceny Of Lost
$5 Bill Brings
$10 Fine In Court
Larceny of lost property, to
wit a $5 bill, cost Marta Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez $10 when her case came up
in Balboa Magistrate's Court.
She was also given a five-day
jail sentence, but this was sus suspended
pended suspended and she was put on pro probation.
bation. probation. The "charae stated that she
came into posession of the $5 bill
belonging to one lllummada ruga
Coto under circumstances which
gave the defendant the means of
inaulrine as to the true owner
of the currency.
Meted Out In CZ
For Petty Theft
Tomato paste, one of the foods
most frequently mentioned in
Balboa Magistrate Court trials,
came ud again when Jorge aAl-
bert Restrepo, 35, Panamanian
was cnarged.with petit larceny.
Restrepo was given five days in
jail for stealing six cans of of
the paste valued at 80 cents
The paste was part of
Stock alt Tivoli Commissary.
Restrepo was also convicted of
trespassing there, and was lined
$20 for the offense.
Ots $10 Fine
me pici up micir. had no
geares fo.' first speed. It's batter;
and tires were defective. It had
no certificate of inspection from
either the Canal Zone or Panama.
But it was operating on the
suspended on the specified defects.
Medin Menendez, 26, Panaman
ian was fined $10 today in Bar
boa Magistrate s Court.
The specific charge
lack of a certificate
Was t h e
turn. Imposition of sentence
mm Mm i
REBELS DEFACE FLAG Arrow points to hole in Hungarian
flag in Budapest after the red star was cut out of it by a
rebel. Rebel forces backed by Hungarian Army units have
seized large areas of eastern and southern Hungary, and pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed a revolutionary government.
World Is Aiding Bleeding Hungary
With Gifts Of Good, Clothes, $$$
NEW YORK. Oct. 29 (UP)-
The world rushed to the a'rt ot
bleeding Hungary today with
government and private lonations
of food, medical supplies, clothing
The tottering regime of Premier
Imre Nagy m Budapest 'agreed to
accept relief from the United
States. Russia. Switzerland and
the International Red Cross. Other
nations and private citizens were
sending in their own? contributions.
The American Red Cross, with
State Department blessing, sent
off a million cubic centimeters of
penicillin, 225 pounds of gauze and
2,500 units of gas gangrene ami
toxin serum bv Diane from New
York via Rome. The Red Cross
also provided $25,000 cash for the
purchase of additional supplies in
Europe. The Hungarian Red cross
will distribute the medical sup-
Austrian citizens, with the ap-
proval of their government, pour
ed in food, clothing and biooa on
their own initiative.
Theft Of Lentils
Brings $15 Fine
One pound of lentils valued
at 17 cents was the property Syl-
,vla Drake, 25, Panamanian, was
convicted of stealing from Tivon
Sylvia had no right to be in
the commissary in the first place,
was also convicted as a tres
She was fined 115 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court and given a
five-day jail term, but the term
was suspended and she was put
: on probatioflu. 'mmmm
Viennese bakers promised 6,000
pounds of food.
The Austrian government
appealed for "shoes and clothing"
to be sent over the border.
Carloads of supplies rolled to
wards the border checkpoint town
of Nickelsdorf with relief supplies,
including 2,500 blood donations.
In London, the British govern
ment said it would donate $70,000
to the International Red Cross for
purchases of medical and other
supplies for Hungary
A Polish Red Cross plane took
off from Warsaw with a load of
blood plasma for victims of the
revolt. Poles were swarming to
hospitals to donate blool.
A French government spokes
man said France would rush med
icines and food to the country, in
coordination with the Red Cross.
RED ARMY STOOD ALONE IN
LONDON, Oct. 29 (UP) Offici Official
al Official British dispatches from
Budapest today said the Soviet
army had to fight alone in the
opening days ot me civu war.
The reports from the British le legation
gation legation in the Hungarian capital
tended to bear out the growing
belief among diplomats here that
Russia will have to re-examine
its current reliance on the 1.5
million-man satellite armies it
has helped to develop.'
A British Foreign Office spokes spokesman
man spokesman said that the Hungarian
irmy, estimated at 200,000 med,
has remained "entirely passive"
in the revolt.
Eyewitnesses have reported
Hungarian soldiers fighting on the
side of rebels in Budapest. There,
No American Guidance
In Hungarian Uprising
States Vigorous Denial
UNITED NATIONS, NT.,
Oct. t (OP) The United
Nations Security Council, after
a S hour and 34 minute de debate,
bate, debate, today awaited official in indications
dications indications that Russian troops
will be withdrawn from Hun Hungary
gary Hungary In t marathon and extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary Sunday session without
a oreaa, tne council neara me
United States, Brltaiin and
France supported by all the
other members except Yugosla
via and Iran call for an end
to Soviet suppression of the
A. Sobolcx cl
United States actively backed
the rebellion through Con
gressional appropriations of
more than IRS billion to back
anti-Communists in the Iron
He charged that the three
Western powers raised the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian issue in the U.N. as a
"propaganda m a n e u ver" and
that it was tied in with the U.S.
U S ambassador Henrv Cabot
Lodge Jr. retorted that ''there is
a limit even to tne absurdities
of Soviet propaganda."
"Murderers of women and
children may point their
bloody hands at those who
send Christmas package"
Lodge said, "but nobody will
The council adjourned with
out taking action. But it was be-
siewed wltn letters irom u.w.
members associating themselves
with the American -British
French action in demanding the
withdrawal of Soviet troops from
Is Petit Theft
Now He's Dry
Wet weather proved too great a
strain iast week on the acquisitive
instincts of Jose Pedro Lopez, 38,
He stele a raincoat valued at
S which was in the custody of
e Panama Canal Company's
terminals division at Pier II,
Lopez won't get wet for
dsys at least.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court he
was sentenced to spend five days
in jail and to pay a fine of $10
The charge was petit larceny
even have been reports of Soviet
troops refusing to fire on unarmed
All of which puts Russia in a
quandry, since the satellite arm armies
ies armies have been linked closely with
the Red Army and have formed
the Soviet shield against the West
Allowing for announced reduc
tion in manpower this year, the
satellite armies shape up this
Hungary, 200,000; Albania, 10, 10,-000;
000; 10,-000; Bulgaria, 22000; Czechoslo
vakia 22; East Germany,
10,000; Poland, 350000 to 400,-
AU these are joined with Russia
In a "Warsaw Pact" which is the
Communist answer to the West
eu NATO. Soviet Marshal Ivan
VIENNA, Oct. 29 (UP) The Hungarian Communist
party paper Szabad Nep said today Fravda's charges that
"American imperialist circles" were behind the Hunga-
The Communist party organ sharply refuted Hit
rian uprising "must be regarded as an insult to our peo peo-charges
charges peo-charges made yesterday by the Soviet newspaper, which
called the revolution a "western directed reactionary re.
This was not true, Szabad Nep said.
It was a "national uprising directed by the free will
of the Hungarian people."
In a long editorial, it rejected
every' statement Pravda, the
mouthpiece of soviet Commu Communism,
nism, Communism, made on the riot.
"Pravda's allegations that
American imperialist circles
were behind the Hungarian up uprising
rising uprising must be regarded as an
insult to our people. The fact is
that the revolt was directed by
'the free will of the people, since
tne wnoie population seemed to
have backed, the rebels."
Tne paper also said flatly that
'the Himtrorlan vmifVl" hav
Th nartv nrrnn annua rari t.n.
day without its Red Star on the
front page. It was replaced by
the traditional Hungarian Kos Kossuth
suth Kossuth coat of arms a double
cross, and the Hunearian colors
red white and green.
In Washington, there was an
equally vigorous denial. Two
cabinet members yesterday de-
riaea Kussian claims that the
Tri lingual Session
Finds Young Indian
Guilty Of $5 Theft
After testimony was foani In
three languages by the Balboa
Magistrate this morning, a dimi diminutive
nutive diminutive San Bias Indian was found
guilty of petit larceny in that he
stole a $5 tie clasp from the Ft.
Clayton bachelor officers' e u a r.
Julio Gallardo, 22, was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to pay a fine of $15 and to
spend the next four davi in iall
but payment of the fine was sus-
penaea ana defendant was put on
proDauon lor a yean
During the hearinv. Juris John
E. Deming, an American investi-
ffatnr and th mmn)
ness, u. e. d. Frankhouser, spoke
Constable Rex Stck translated
their remarks into Spanish for a
San lias interpreter, who also
teemed to understand soma Eng English.
lish. English. The interpreter then re retranslated
translated retranslated Mr Gallardo, whoso
replies wore relayed to the court
through the two intorsratari.
After Gallardo was found euil-
ly, me interpreter, a long-time-
member of the San Bias colony on
the Canal Zone, told the court ha
thought it would be best for Ga Gallardo
llardo Gallardo to return to his native Ar Archipelago,
chipelago, Archipelago, and that arrangements
could be made for him to set a
boat on Friday. The Court consi considered
dered considered this in fixing punishment.
Gallardo came to the Zone a a-bout
bout a-bout five months ago.
FIGHTING HUNGARIAN REBELS
Xoniev is in command. Russian
troops are in these countries "by
invitation." In addition Russian
officers hold high positions in
most of the satellite armies. But
the Sussian grip is slipping.
Poland has downgraded Polish Polish-born
born Polish-born Konstantin Rokossovsky, the
defense minister, who also is a
marshal of .the Red Army. The
government has announced plans
for elimination of Soviet officers
in the Polish military establish establishment.
ment. establishment. Not anticipating the sudden turn
in Albania and East Germany,
and the rumblings of discontent
Russia has supplied modern weap weapons
ons weapons and jet planes to the satellite
With the advent oi nationalism
United states sparked the Hun
"Tommyrot," Secretary of
State John Foster DnUe saii
upon arrival here by plana
from Dallas, Tex.
Defense Secretary Charles B.
Wilson added that the United
States had "no agents. .to my
knowledge" In Hungary that
promoted the revolt in the So Soviet
viet Soviet satellite.
The U.S. srovemment tads
fins: to move
lit that asks!
Administration officials said
machinery is being set up now
to provide emergency food and
clothing to Hungary, Poland ot
any other country seeking to
throw off the Moscow yoke.
Com my Inspector
Bopped On Head
By Trespasser i
Hitting a commissary Inspector
over the head with an empty bear
can, netted 30 days in jail Jm
Pearl Brown, 33, Panamanian, 3d"
Barboa Magistrate's Court Friday
Besides the iail term on t ha
battery charge, the young mid
was also fined SIS for trespassing
in La Boca Commissary.
Brown hit inspector W. H. Htlo
who wss pursuing him at the
The defendant has a record "of
several previous misdemeanors.
In Slugging Case
PAR.RIS, ISLAND, S.C., Ort.
2? (UP) A 21-year-old Marino
Corps moss sergeant wont on
trial by general court martial
today, charged with slugging II
recruits who wore serving as
motsmon under him.
Sgt. Idwin K r v i 1 1, 21, of
White Plains, N.Y., wot charged
with mistreating recruit sub subject
ject subject to his orders. The alleged
Hacks occurred Aug. 2S. A Ma Marino
rino Marino Corps spokesman said only
one of the 12 required medical
in Hungary and Poland, Russia
will have to change its thinking,
Indications are that Moscow
will try quietly to retain and even
strengthen its grip on the satel satellite
lite satellite armed forces or will increase
the size of its own forces in the
There are reported to be as
many as seven Red Army divi divisions
sions divisions in Hungary and one in Ro Romania.
mania. Romania. The strength of a Soviet army
infantrv division is 11 000 men
with 70 medium tanks for support.
a tank- division as 10,000 men, 200
medium tanks and 50 heavy tanks,
plus 25 heavy self-propelled guns.
Mechanized divisions amount to
13.000 men with 20 heavy tanks
and 40 self-propelled guns.
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1951
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THIS IS TOUt FORUM TNI MA MRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
HOW TO SPEND $4,000,000
T. nnlhinir urviner tn hp HnnP
con Commissary? It is the only place that approximates the
Corner grocery store In the Zone, and Its going will cause many
people a great deal ot inconvenience.
T The Governor stated that he could always find parking
places near Balboa, and I would not deny that what he says
fc right, but he Is In a position to visit the Commissary any
rie he wishes. He does not have to wait until his day's work
done, and Join in the rush after 4 o'clock any afternoon.
Saturday mornings at Balboa are a nightmare. Last Satur Saturday
day Saturday I drove clear around the parking lot twice before I found
a spot. . and I mean any spot, It seemed as though I had to
walk a mile to the store, and of course It was raining.
! I am sure that the Canal Zone Government is afraid that
ft will go In the red if it keeps Ancon going, but with this past
Jroflt of $4,000,000 which will surely be taken away by lawsuits
r treaties if It isn't used, perhaps a little more consideration
to the comfort of the Zonlan is in order.
And how about those hot school classrooms? If we can't
afford to air-condition the schoolrooms, so that the children
dan work during the stifling wet season days, at least we
should he able to afford some celling fans 1907 vintage. I
guess that would be good enough for the sons and daughters
if the people who make the millions for the Government.
ONE GOES, BUT
' It has been only a few months at most since the demise
it the speed trap at Ft. Amador. Traffic regulations were re re-tjd
tjd re-tjd there to conform to the common standards of a motoriz motoriz-tjd
tjd motoriz-tjd world, not to mention the gears of modern cars.
But signs have popped up in an adjoining area. Recently
t went to call on a friend in the 15th Naval District Reserva Reservation.
tion. Reservation. ; Signs Inform the passersby that there are children playing
Stills area. With that I have no quarrel. But the signs also
t a speed limit of 10, yes 10 m.p.h.
Now if Mama and Papa drive 10 miles an hour en route to
and from their homes, they must have taken their cars to some
post garage and had a special "souped down "attachment In-
Or do they just drive in low gear whenever they turn off
the main road? jt d .
Signs of this kind, setting an unrealistic speed limit, make
motorists contemptuous of the whole safety program.
Who is responsible?
Kven the nictures of overstuffed Army colonels dressed in
aborts and toothy smiles do a better obof filling space than
does your so-called dally fortune findef. fere's why:
On Saturday my fortune was, quote: Wake Full Pondering.
Kow, what the heck that means, I don't know; but I assumed
that It mtant I should think in terms of improving my material
I pondered on the lottery number dividing the number
ff stools filled at the American Legion Club by the number of
nt.v susses in front or me.
fin T holism live Dills worm oi cnauce, 10, oi uuiaae.
to use them for stuffing
iAftga. TiniwiiBrinByt.ame on thimcetri
jnfhntful of useiiiBtsandl i
From now on, the only uonderlng I do is how to get a fin
to see me through to payday. You ran the thing, cost me my
shirt, so how about a five? )
; I've Had It
Maybe Its because I'm new here, but there seems to be
something radically wrong with the Canal Zone football pic picture.
ture. picture. For instance, every day I pick up a paper; and find a col column
umn column devoted to hogwash from both the Atlantic side and the
Pacific on the "aweaome" and '.'powerful" and "strong" Junior
College, and Balboa and Cristobal high school teams; but the
team that has beaten the so-called best team here Athletic
Club gets no publicity whatsoever.
It seems funny.
Another thing, too, seems sort of fish smelling. Arnold
Manning is no doubt the finest ballhandler and passing quarter quarterback
back quarterback among the four teams, yet these propaganda agents for
$ie schools overlook him in favor of less talented backs. Man Manning
ning Manning is good and if he had two ends with any degree of
rass-catching ability, AC would be unbeaten,
i (I'm willing to bet that when the all-whatever-they-have-here
team is selected, Manning won't be quarterback).
Now if that Atlantic side Walter Winchell and the Balboa
S jaches Association will write their reports with a little less
as, we'll all be good fans and support their little league. But
let's keep the rah-rahs a bit more objective, OK?
The world's smallest self-winding watch
ON A BALL-BEARING
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which ft nevertheless
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"J" Street (Half block from Ancon P.O.)
tn nrevent the clGSinl Of An-
me answer was Rive or lane
the Pi'iow o;
V- and with
a cup of
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l Mt. ym tM Mr wA
0h mlf wtmhnt watch tsaranieai second by Mcond lime-sow
hy. Self-wnsdmg means a manerpieea of precision thai winds itself
MHomaticaHy at the slightest movement of your svrist without yes
even hong asrtft of ,t. That a why the Etern Malic it sens-
more so since it is the world's mmlleti witerproof
sdf-windmg witch and Una) provides the perfect answer to today's
fashion trend, which decrees that my lady's watch should Ix as
dainty at her wrist, at becoming tt bar dress.
aa astounding feat by placing at the very
Maiic a ball-hearing of near microscopic pro
need 30,000 of its tmy balls to fin i thimble)
completely unbreakable. Leading New York
spontaneously acclaimed the Clema Mauc as ikt
aratch for the modern time-conatious woman, who knows the
alue of each precious second.
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
half-truth political technique u
going great guns here this year.
Examples pile up daily is the
THUS UOV. Tlromas tv Lrewey
ivi t.rhnirallv correct when he
broadcast that, "After the Re
publicans took over in wasuing wasuing-tim
tim wasuing-tim not one dime went to the
rotten Argentine dictator."
But whit the governor did not
mantinn ii t hat. a 60-million-
dollar loin for i new Argentine
steel mill on which negotiations
were begun in the Truman ad administration
ministration administration was approved in
March, 1955, by the Eisenhower
administration. This wai six
months before Peron was kicked
nut Kn the full record makes both
parties culpable for coddling
Similarly, President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower was literally accurate, as far
as he went, in saying at Lexington
that th nmnrriti voted aaainst
his school aid bill 215 to 9 while
Republicans voted for it 149 to 47.
This was not, however, on a
vote for final passage of toe He
publican bill. It was on a motion
to recommit the Democratic
school aid bill and substitute the
GOP bill for it.
On final passage of the Demo
cratic school aid bill, ui Speaker
of the House Sam Rayburn point pointed
ed pointed out, his party voted for the
bill 119 to 105 while the Hepuou
cans killed it 119 to 75.
Taking in example from the
other side of the fence, Adlai
Stevenson is correct as far as he
goes in saying that Democratic
votes in both houses of Congress
saved President Eisenhower's
recommendation for continuing
the reciprocal trade agreements
But what Stevenson convenient
ly overlooks is that the Demo
cratic-controlled Congress refused
to act on President Eisenhower a
recommendation for authoriation
on the Organiation for Trade
Cooperation OTC to admin
ister the program.
Numerous other examples of
U..lf 1L 1 1 i. t!
nun-Mums oy Duui parues are
being made in this campaign on
such subjects as coast of living
inflation, farm policy, National
Labor Relations Board and even
Remiblicsn and ilemnpratir
parties, now have their "Truth
aquaas ana Lie Detectors op operating
erating operating to cheek ud on each other.
Bjrt boU, art being damonstr.ted
as too prejudiced to Be effective
What seems to be needed, in
tne opinion of objective independ independents,
ents, independents, is some kind of a refined
Geissr rniintpr uihirh rniiM h
W r - -.-- "...II uv
used by a half-truth squad to de
tect naif-ues and enlarge them to
tne wnoie trutn.
On another nolitical action front.
we hive the old trick of promis
ing tne voters more than they
Know tncy re going to get.
Thus. Stevenson is now ImlHino
out hopes for full income to the
oic.cr miens alter their retire retirement.
ment. retirement. And Vice President Nivnn
offers everybody a four-day week.
aii sucn promises have long
been classified as "pie in the
skv." Red nmnaa'anrliafa hmm
long been promising their people
pie in tne say tor years. Look
what it has got them ind where
they are now.
The tradition nf American nnlit.
ical folklore is that the evasoer.
ations of candidates for public
office should not be taken serious
ly. They should be laughed off
and soon forgotten.
But if all American nnlitirlans
are not to behave in the manner
of ex-President Harry S. Truman
and ex-Gov. Harold E. Stassen
saying one thing today and the
exact opposite tomorrow and
get away with it, then something
may be happening to the nitional
The cuMtion it rei ) whalfi.
er this example is anything to
aoia up tor tne world to see
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Walter Winchell In
The fovnita exritcnipnt Jurjv
Garland conveys to Palace audi
ences explodes with bursts ot ap applause
plause applause and cheers. You'd never
guess such happy sounds had
melancholy echoes . During her
many years of movie stardom
Judy s dietary restrictions verged
on starvation ... For many
days she existed solely on black
coffee .. Once (during a dance
episode) she almost dropped from
exhaustion. "I'm very hungry,"
she gasped to ncr oirector .
"r.ot nn with it the director or
dered, "get on with it and you
won't leel nungry- . wespiie
that nrrleal the star made flicker
after flicker which made millions
happier and Hellywood richer.
' It is possible to be adored by
millions and still be a stranger.
It is possible to' be beautiful and
unloved, famous and lonely, suc successful
cessful successful and unhappy . The fore foregoing
going foregoing paradoxes encompass In In-grid
grid In-grid Bergman's revelations in Col Collier's.
lier's. Collier's. She wrote: "I'm now con content
tent content in a way that I never was
in Hnllvwnnrl Hollywood can be
a terribly lonely place. I once
made a remark- tnat caused mucn
laughter in Italy: 'I've kissed
Humphrey Bogart, but I don't
know him.' I literally meant that.
When I lived in Hollywood I had
a wonderful association with Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey Bogart, Gregory Peck, Cary
Grant and all the others, while
working with them in films. But
after wa left the studio, they ail
retired to their own circle of
Political campaigns will always
be burdened with the bombastic
and the hypocritical who are lelf lelf-decived
decived lelf-decived and strive to deceive oth others.
ers. others. In the final analysis, they be become
come become victims of their own absurd absurdities
ities absurdities . A striking case in point
is the following debunker: Adlai
Stevenson has charged the Ad Administration
ministration Administration with damaging the
nation and expressed vigorous op opposition
position opposition to Eisenhower's econom
ic policies . The Herald-Tribune
reported: Stevenson's stock market
investments (during the past 4
years) increased 100 per cent in
vnhie. He is now a millionaire.
In other words Stevenson should
be expressing his gratitude by
voting tor ctsennower.
Mike Todd's future seems to be
composed of blue skies and star.;.
He has become a prosperous
movie producer and Elizabeth
Taylor is starring in "The Private
Life of Mike Todd" .. One of
Miguel's major problems for
many years was his passion for
gambling. He literally lost mil millions.
lions. millions. He participated in Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's fantastic gin rummy game.
At one sitting he lost $200,000.
Mike shares the philosophy of
Bway Confucius: Money isn't
everything when you have every everything
thing everything money can buy.
H. Bogart's page-one interview
(concerning his recent illness) hid
a pungent quality you seldom en encounter
counter encounter in Q&A sessions with stars
. . However, Bogey's most mem memorable
orable memorable experience with a reporter
happened several years aso. He
was standing stark nckkid in a
hotel bathroom while sJMj
Suddenly newsgal Ines
barged in, poked her head in tho
bathroom and casually inquired:
"When do you expect Lauren?"
While frantically groping for a
towel to cover his embarrassment
Bogey gave the answer. The news
gal thanked him and dashed out.'
Bogey later stated: "It was all
very business-like. And 111 say
this for her, so far is I could
observe her eyes never left mj
face. That's what I call a sample
of good reporting."
In the realm of criticism, this
reporter has been a member of
the firing squad as well as the
target. It is difficult, almost l4l
possible, to accept criticism wiui
any degree of tranquility. The ex exception
ception exception is the imperturable Ethel
Merman, who Will soon brighten
Neon Valley again ... Her phi philosophy:
losophy: philosophy: "The way I look at re
views, if they're good, they're
good, and if they're bad, they're
bad. All a performer has to care
about is whether she knows inside
herself that she's done a good ioh-
You can't make a critic praise you
oy wanting mm to.
The tv testimonial to Cole Por
ter offered a torrent of happy mel melodies.
odies. melodies. Strangely, Cole once de declared:
clared: declared: "I don't know how to
write a hit. 'My Heart Belongs
to Daddy' was a hit. It was writ written
ten written simply to fill a stage wait in
'Leave It To Me.' 'I Love Paris'
in 'Can-Can' was written because
Ho Mielziner had designed such a
beautiful set. i once wrote a song
canea Kosane' tor a picture
called 'Rosalie.' My sole inspira-
for only $
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If Sen. Kefauver were running
for Chief Handshake, he'd win ni
a landslide . Sen. md Mrs.
Kefauver recently arrived in
town during a windstorm. Mr
Kefauver used one hand to hold
her hat, the other to prevent her
skirt from ballooning. "Someone
thrust a bouquet at me," declared
Mrs. Kefauver, "but not' having
three hands, I frantically consid considered"
ered" considered" gripping it with my teeth teeth-Above
Above teeth-Above the commotion, Estas
looked over at me a little annoyel
and called out: 'Honey, why can't
you shake hands with all these
Deadline Dept: George Schlee
if squiring ms wife (Valentma)
around for a change. The reason :
Garbo is in London . Publishers
of Wally Windsor's biog are not
happy about the book's sales .
Sheila Graham says Elvis Pres
ley "reminds me of Marilyn
Monroe." (She's got sideburns?)
. If you remember the old
barbershop favorite, "Aura Lee.'l
you win recognize "Love Me Ten
fder." Same tune . Terence
Raltigan, who penned "Separate
lames, nas been authoring plays
since he was 10 .. Robert Mos Mos-kin,
kin, Mos-kin, one of the Collier's eds, will
leap to Look . "Dear Walter
Wilbur Clark arranged for Lisa
Kirk for the month of February
at the Desert Inn (Vegas). Please
have her agent get in touch with
me. Frank Sennes" . Thanks
to the bpys backstage at the Bel Bel-asco
asco Bel-asco Theatre ('Too Late the Pha
larope") and his many friends for
their contribution to the Runyon
Fund in memory of Joseph Mes
ser, Jr . The New York City
Reporters Ass'n will hold its
Byline Ball Satdee eve'g at the
Biltmore. Their 8th for the Run
yon Fund . Toni doesn't base
its coverage on the number of
stations carrying the show, but on.
uiv niuvunv ui cuvnrAKc. ins ww
show has 94 per cent coverage in
the 48 states. The unly thing
equalling it are the Friday Gillette
fights . Mrs. Tommy Dorsey
(Jane New) served him with di divorce
vorce divorce papers . Reminder to
Successes On B'way friends only
list if you do . Eisbee Dept;
An Ingrate is a guy who was a
fliiaget when yoc met him and
got even Smaller
a, PHIW PIARtON
WASHINGTON It has star
tled the Democrats more than
anybody, but contributions are
pouring into the Democratic cam
paign chest in tne biggest vol
ume since 1944.
Most help has come from the
labor unions, which have raised
over $1,500,000. But rank-and-file
donors have been mailing in $5
and $10 bills in an unprecedented
In fact, the Democrats were to
bogged down listing these small
contributors for the Senate Elec Elections
tions Elections Committee that Chairman
Albert Gore, Tennessee Democrat,
rescinded his original order. In Instead
stead Instead of demanding the names of
all contributors, he notified Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Chairman Paul Butler and
GOP Chairman Len Hall private privately
ly privately that it would be necessary to
list only the names of those do donating
nating donating more than $500.
Meanwhile, the Democrats had
already counted nearly 20,000 $5
and $10 contributions.
110 MONIY HUNTERS
The Republicans started the
election campaign pretty well
heeled, thanks to about $7,000,000
raised at the Salute to Ike din dinners'
ners' dinners' last winter. Despite this,
they have certainly been turning
on the heat to raise more money.
Here are interesting illustra illustrations
tions illustrations of some of the heat:
In Pittsburgh Senator Know Know-land
land Know-land of California made an im impassioned
passioned impassioned plea before the ftu ftu-auesne
auesne ftu-auesne Club Social Center for the
steel and coal executives of west
ern Pennsylvania, urging them to
dig down deep for Ike.
In Hollywood Jack Warner,
head of Warner Brothers Motion
Pictures, directed that a letter be
sent to every employee soliciting
funds. In part it read: 'Please
make your check payable to the
United Republican Finance Com
mittee and send same to my of office.
fice. office. Many thanks for, your early
In San Francisco William L.
Keady of Fibreboard Products
sent out this letter addressed to
"I am writing to you today im
mediately upon returning from a
luncheon at which Mr. Justin
Dart, president of Rexall Drug
Company, .Los Angeles, and a
member of the Republican Fi
nance Committee, ,spoke regard regarding
ing regarding the need for funds to finance
the Republican campaign.
"I wish I could state the case
with the same eloquence as Justin
Dart, and I hope you will accept
my words as an attempt to do
what he did so beautifully.
"Justin Dart spoke to all Amer
icans. He said that' the issue is
free enterprise, that is. a free
economy, or alternatively, labor
socialism similar to England's.
ror tnose wno believe in free
ddm, there is only one place to
go, namely to the Republican par
"I have personally sent my
check for $1,000 which is in ex
cess of 1 per cent of my lalary
I tell you this for whatever guide
it may be to you in making your
In a drive that might determine
the election, both parties dra des-
Serately battling for votes among
ic minorities who could provide
the margin of victory in such
populous, pivotal states as New
York, Pennsylvania, Massachu
setts, Illinois and California.
Both sides, for example, are
anxiously assessing the effect of
We Polish revolt on the Po ish
Slovak vote. Astute Ab Herman,
minorities strategist for the GOP
National Committee, is convinced
the news from Poland will win
thousands of Polish-American
votes for the Republican ticket.
Democratic experts, after has hastily
tily hastily contacting Polish centers
Liround the country, are uncer
lain, rrom Wisconsin, word was
that the Polish vote remained un
swayed by events In Poland. Po
lish leaders in Connecticut, how
ever, say the news has helped
the Republicans. In Pennsylvania,
unio ana Illinois, the leaders
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claim it's too early to judge.
The Republicans are still cau cautious
tious cautious about capitalizing on the Po Polish
lish Polish situation. While Wladyslaw
Gomulka may be fighting to
break the Soviet hold on Poland,
be is still, a red-hot Communist.
Most American Poles have little
more love ior Tito Communists
than for KremUn Communists If
the GOP backs Gomulka too open,
ly, it might even backfire among
rt;. u a
The GOP drive for Negro votes
seems to be making slight head?
way against the powerful Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic organisations in most Har Harlem
lem Harlem districts. The- Republicans
are hammering on integration,
which a confidential survey showi
is the overwhelming issue anions:
Negroes. They are also concern!
about the high cost of living and
inadequate housing, the survejr
As an example of the stress the
Republicans are placing on the
Negro vote, the White House sent
presidential Aide Max Rabb, for former
mer former Aide Charlie Willis, and
rUR s son John Roosevelt to New
York to help Negro Congressman
Adam Clayton Powell launch his
campaign for the Eisenhower-
The drift is toward the Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, however, in Jewish commu communities.
nities. communities. And e man who is cost costing
ing costing the Republicans many Jewish
votes is Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles. His "Muddle East"
policy has convinced many Jews,
rightly or wrongly, that he's on
the side of the Arabs. The sur surveys
veys surveys show that Jews who voted
for Franklin D. Roosevelt, then
switched to Eisenhower in 1952,
are returning to the Democratic
Dulles is eouallv unrjomilar
among Greek-Americans who
don't like his policy toward the
reoeuous ureek Cypriotes. This
will cost the Eisenhower ticket
crucial votes, narticularlv in Mai.
sachusetts, the surveys show.
une tiung 'is certain: In many
key states, the minorities will
Dllv a vital, if not decisive rale
on November 6.
EASTLAND O.K.'S NIXON
Senator Eastland of Mississippi
has been confiding to colleagues
that he hopes Vice President
Nixon will be re-elected.
Though Eastland i a nemiu-rat
he hates his colleague from Ten
nessee, astes Kefauver, and has
explained to friends that Southern
scnatorsfhave a better chance of
bottling up pro-Negro civil rights
laws if they save an "honest"
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By controlling the Senate ma machinery
chinery machinery with the cooperation of
Nixon, Eastland says, Southern
senators will be able to filbuster.
On the other hand, what Eastland
refers to as a "dishonest" vice
president, namely Kefauver,
mieht outmanenver filihnete rino
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MADRID, Oct. 29. (UP) -The
government Saturday announced
decrees revising wage contracts
and labor regulations affecting
Spains restive workers, but with withheld
held withheld details of the new orders.
The announcement, issued by
the Ministry of Information after
a meeting last night of the Coun Council
cil Council of Ministers, said only that
changes had been ordered and
gave no indication of when the
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But political observers here be be-lived
lived be-lived the action might have been
the long expected general pay
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HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 29 8 (UP)
Actor Clifton Wjebb was reported
recovering today from pneumonia
in a hospital at Athens, Greece.
Webb was stricken while on
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The 20th Cenury Fox
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in." Dolphin." The cable said the doctor's
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.Agnes, who will become the bride na lorach who sang "Ave Ma- Vtdf nd Mrs. E. Altman
e!rTmeT Patrick Quinn at the Sa- ria." JS'wS iSt Znt
!cred Heart Chapel at Ancon, at a' The bride was given in marriage! teBd her S0D 8 wdlB Cub Cub-Nuptial
Nuptial Cub-Nuptial Mass whieh will t a k e by her uncle, Mr. Francisco Sua-!Hal.
, i o. Ch u q c lM..Ir in thr Vron..Vi nallOWeOfl Dane.
iPince at nine o croc aaiuiuav. ""v "si u..u;,
v i . .., r Cnnnfiii.. i. Hotel Washington
Srir v. irZ oir t in a. A Halloween dance for the
The Annual Convention of
Isthmian Nurses Association
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
on Nov. 7, 1956, at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are available now and
may be obtained by contacting
Miss Marie Weber, Tel. 2-1783,
Mrs. Julia Cheatham, 2-6656: Mrs.
Evelyn Koperske, 3-2791. Price of
tickets is $2.50.
All nurses are invited to attend.
50 Million Tons
Of Steel To Go
Into New HighwaysCZRWA T r
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 29 M 1 rere
IweSmeption will be-' nyl net over whUe inT A
snen atttTlnighte of Columbus, crown of orrage blossoms held her, Alu fffi uS? 'S'
55-3 1 JS rloSt TS::! W v Anniversary
" w . in n rnnm ir a Aofn wsv urntfrH m w rn rn noif v
Bridesmaids were the Misses An-L r j "Zu 7, I T,iTnr 7 .t-J T 7 v
geja uengo, Elida uengo nd!:,w,to Aa"we. M 0 tlf s- 1: 'J'S!
Mrs. RMrmo.tr.nof. Aura Ferreira. Gioconda Mojtol TTLr."" euninment.
ing began at 8:30, Lucho Azcarra- ndme. "id that most of
ga ant his Organ furnished excel- "w flce requ. wu oe iorianniversary of th; Canal Zone
lent music for those who were ul:st,?ctur.a,. sbapes plates, piling Re(iired workers Association, to
dancing mood-and with -Ucho," Elfo"!? TOtake place on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
A alv 1 C'lg'vuo JCi v ui vairj
HONOR GUARD The 20th .Infantry Regiment's famed Honor Guard, under the direction of Sfc. Wade Durham, goes
through its paces at Fort Koboe. On various occasions they have been on hand to alute ex-President of Panama Ricardo
M. Arias and many visiting dignitaries to the Canal Zone. i (U.S. Army Photo)
rent. Hero For. Visit I mayor was flower girl and train
Mr. and Mrs.' Roy S. Gore of; bearers were Merella Clop and
'St Paul Minnesota arrived hera Nancy Gregory. Elohin Ranyak
Friday to visit their daughter and! carried the rings and Francisco
t i t xa a W w w CI nrtT i )at th nrior
rS:S:im- wa. best man everyone always seem, to
On November 6
Plans have been completed
for the celebration of the second
Negro, Taken From. Jail, Disappears;
'Someone' Broke Lock, Left Bloodpath
WlLDWOOD, Fla., Oct. 29 (UP) with white men had followed them in which one Neero was killed ho
A Negro farm hand, locked up for away from the jail. .'la posse and three others convicted
allegedly yelling "hey honey to
an -attractive white woman, van vanished
ished vanished today from an unguarded
jail and police said it appeared
MU9 W : .1 i
tiSecret,ry of the Panama Ca-lMessrs. Jaime McMurr.y, Felipe 3. ZJi b. years before expansion UJ 1
m 'nmninv IN1DO ana rearo UUVa. m r r:" v-",lnln pntPh nn with ricmnnris fnp
r White gladioli decorated th ei00"168' the National Distillery t. s
nn nut I m iine watruiiai jaauuoi,
Cy-Cloo Woottino Church altar with a large basket o 7 ,, T V i 1 shortage is aggravated by com- lnc !"iu" ul
T.ko. Plaeo In Colon on either side and gladiolas werei"' ."uuu aa C, ,; .;T Mn frdm other construct on,! cnurcn service, ie giuui w u
ifiwi r mw vw,w" I ...... .,o ... hiieinasc mopfintr nn njnv 17 73n .... . ...... ni. K irHfV poo Violl
On Sttardav evening Mm Ra- also tiea to tne pews witn w n 1 1 e v,. ireigni car bunders, smpDuimers!"11'-" wa iwi
am. OtoTa niece Mr and ribbon. !:. the Ancon Maxonic Tem-and8dU c ptry goods where refreshment will be ssrv-
u., c.o,., r -nin "h rpcent.ion arhifh Fn owor! the f"- v -VJ v......Bi. ne nuDllcallon saia tne con
boeamethe bride of Mr. Bobbv eeremony was held at the home". l"u "u
CmGin f fort Kobbe. son of of the bride's aunt and uncle ZllifiiA!1
Mr and Mrs. Frank J. Gay of : Mrs. F. rum catered for the af
new candidates are initiated into,tr,1.tirtn enninmpnt indnstrv J The former arrangement for
Miller. Georgia. Father Joae Pala- fair,
fax, C.M.F. officiated at the eere- The young couple plan a wed-
that same location Nov. 24.
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A large posse of lawmen and
volunteers began searching for
Jesse Woods, 39, early this morn morning
ing morning when a patrolman on a rou routine
tine routine check found that someone had
smashed the lock on the jail and
taken the Negro away.
Police Chief Ed Mullins said
there were indications of a "ter "terrific
rific "terrific struggle" in the small cell
He said the jail bunk had been
turned over and drops of blood on
the concrete floor formed a path
to the cell door.
Mullins said that Woods was ar ar-rested
rested ar-rested on a disorderly conduct
charge last night for his alleged
remark to Miss Mary Evelyn Hill,
a local school teacher, at a supermarket.
The sheriff sail that Woods' fa
Patrolmen E. H. Barry discov-; following the rape of a white
ered that the prisoner was missing; woman.
at about 1:30 a.m., when he made!
his regular check of the small lail
building, which is located in the
business district of this little farm-
ing town and is not guarded by a
regular jailer. i a supermarket with a friend. Mrs.
Barry said the jail lights were.C. B. Wadsworth.
off and Uiat the lock on the Mrs. Wadsworth said that Misv
jail-house door had been smashed! Hill wasn't sure just exactjy what
from the outside. He, said a th Noum nM hi.r .HrfeH iw
Chief Mullins said he locked un
Woods after several persons com
plained that he. yelled "hey
honey" to Miss Hill as she left
crowbar was leaning nearby.
Sheriff M. H. Bowman of Sum Sumter
ter Sumter County rushed here from
nearby Bushnell, Fla., the county
seat, and law enforcement officers
from nearby communities joined
a giant search of the area
A small plane criss-crossed the
surrounding country while the
she waft quite embarrassed. Mrs.
Wadsworth said the young school
teacher thought he said 'oh
baby' or something like that.".
The manager of the super supermarket
market supermarket said that Woods was in
"an obnoxious condition" and had
talked smart to him a few minute
parlipr Ha harl nrd.rad tha KMm
Cmt.- 4!?e woodland in out of the store. He said the Negro
the n SOme trace 01 k61"3 outside of the stw
ih 1 lunui aner miss hiu and Mrs.
The longer we go without; Wadsworth left,
finding anything, the assumption!
can only set worse osirf KWirr1 Wnnj,' a tu. h;(.j
ther, Matt Woods, put up bail for; Bowman. "We are patroling ail! Press that she had not seen the
the Negro and the two, accom
panied by Woods sister, Ella,
drove away at about midnight.
However, he said, they soon re returned
turned returned and the father asked that
Woods be placed back in jail for
his own protection. The father told
Mullins that several cars filled
sections of the county in hope that boy since he went into town
someone might discover Woods or yesterday for groceries. She said
ukm .. I A that Wood w veteran -who
wiidwood, a town of 'some 2,500 served overseas in World War U
in central Florida': Hh tnm.. n,t a ui!.
- i w.oKi. in u.Tvi vaunvu TTUAW
ana carae section, is located
about 70 miles north of Tampa
in what is. regarded as Florida's
saauncnest segregation county.
folks any trouble."
Woods and his farnhV live in
nearby Picketsville, Fla., a Negro
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the towq is only about six miles the Civii War. Some 300 to .4d0
from Lake Counto, scene of the Negroes in Picketsville work on
famous 1949 Gnr&land rape case thenearby farms.
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Social and Otk
Annual Fall Luncheon
Of Canal Zona Collaea Club
Members and their guests met;
for the annual fall luncheon of the
Canal Zone College Club on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, at the Tivoli Guest House.
Mrs. John R. Hammond, Jr.,
welcomed those attending, com comparing
paring comparing the luncheon to the home homecomings
comings homecomings being held at colleges in
the States at this time of the year.
Mrs. Hammond then thanked
Mrs. John CL. L. Adams, program
chairman; Miss Eloise Monroe
luncheon chairman, and Mrs. H
I. Bach, Mrs. D. W. Journeay
and Mrs. F. DeV. Sill, who assist assisted,
ed, assisted, her, for. their efforts in arrang
in the delightful luncheon.
All present greatly e n j tf e d
hearing about how the College
Club was founded 32 years a g o.
add of the interesting events which
took place. Mrs. I. F. Mcilhenny
arid Mrs. W. K. Newland, two
charter members, related these e
vents in a most interesting man
nor. Mrs. A. F. Yoder, the only
other charter member of the Isth
mus, was present.
Those attending the luncheon
were Mrs. J. C. L. Adams, Mrs
I)., Thornton, Mrs. F. Twomey,
Mrs. E. Delvalle, Mrs. W. M. Al
dfctton. Mrs E. Winsky. Mrs. D
W. Stuart, Mrs. H. Arnold, Mbs
C. Aycock, Mrs. H. S. Bach,
A. C. Brown, Mrs. C. C. Boden,
den, Mrs N. Branstetter, Mrs. C
J. Browne, Mrs. S. Barkowitz,
Mrs. A. Barkowitz, Mrs. D. Mu
selraan. Mrs. P. Helton. Mrs. W,
A. Dryja, Mrs. E. A. Dool, Mrs
i. Daniels, Mrs. S. E. Esse r,
Mr. J. C. F a w c e 1 1, Mrs. K.
Fraile, Mrs. H. Feeney, Mrs. F. J
Gerhardt. Mrs. 0. W. Helmerichs
Mrs B. S. Herr, Miss Dorothy
Hayward, Mrs. J. R. Hammond,
Jr., Mrs. H. t Homa, Mrs. E. W.
Hatchett, Mrs. F. R. J o h n s 6 m,
Mrs H. R. Johnson, Mrs. E. Zeli Zeli-nich,
nich, Zeli-nich, Mrs. D. W. Hatchett, Mr.
F. R. Johnson, Mrs. H. B. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Mrs E. Zelinick, Mrs. D. W.
Journeay, Mrs. J. Kozlosky, Mrs.
C. S. LaClair, Mrs. E. W. McNe McNe-vin,
vin, McNe-vin, Mrs. C. S. McCormack, Mrs.
D. Myers. Miss Eloise Monroe,
Mrs. R. W. Hackett, Mrs. t. F.
Mcilhenny, Mrs. K. W. Newland,
Mrs. J. B. O'Rorke, Mrs E. I. P.
Tatelman, Mrs 0. W. Olsen, Mrs,
M. J. Peterson, Mrs. W. F Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Mrs B. Rigbv, Mrs. D. A.
Ytrkes, Mrs. J. H Redding, Mrs
L B Sartain, Mrs J M Cook?,
Mrs A. R. Nard, Mrs. E. L
Beard, Mrs. R. C. Sergeant, Mrs.
L. Magnuson, Mrs. F. Dunsraoor
Mrs. F. DeV. Sill, Mrs. C. S. She She-kell,
kell, She-kell, Mrs. S. Turbyfill, Mrs. F.
M. Weade, Mrs. A. F Yoder, Mrs
H.J. Zierten, and Mrs. W. Allen
Alcoa, UAW Sign
Staling Off Strike
PITSBURGH. Oct. 28 (UP)
The Aluminum Company of
America and the United Autf)
Workers signed a three-year, no
strike contract last night to
stave off a strike that threaten threatened
ed threatened military aircraft and auto automobile
mobile automobile production.
The settlement, finalized aft after
er after an almost continuous week weekend
end weekend bargaining session, provides
for benefits of about 46 cents
for each man hour during the
Covered by the agreement are
4,200 UAW members at Alcoa
plants at Garwood, N.J.; Ver Vernon,
non, Vernon, Calif.: Chicago, and Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. The workers man Alcoa
casting and forging operations,
including the giant presses at
Cleveland, which turn out de
fense-vital parts for the airplane
industry and mass produce a a-luminum
luminum a-luminum elements needed for
1957 model automobiles.
The contract accepted by the
UAW is similar to the agree agreements
ments agreements reached by Alcoa with the
United Steelworkers, Aluminum
Workers of America and the
United Mine Workers for 29,600
workers at 23 installations.
Kobbe Cjroap 4d3embfe
Copies Of (oohbooh
Headquarters, USARCARIB, has
recently announced that the
Transportation Officer, may au
thorize dispatch of government
owned general transportation ad
ministrative vehicles for recrea
tional and community activities
providing such dispatch does not
intertere with operational mis missions.
sions. missions. Vehicles will be used for recrea recreational
tional recreational trips for uniformed military
personnel in organized and super
vised grouiR ond for transports
tion of civilhns employed by De
partment of Defense activities
or dependents ot Department of
Defense sponsors for educational
activities of an extracurricular
VOTi NOT I
JACKSON, Mich. (UP)
The Junior Chamber of Com
merce has created a "Roll of
Dishonor." On it will be listed the
names of members who fail to
vote Nov. 6.
On Saturday, Oct, 20, the Fort
Kobbe Officers' Club was the set setting
ting setting for the assembly part of the
third edition of the cookbook,
Recetas Del Caribe.
This cookbook, which was com
piled by the Fort Kobbe Officers'
Wives" Club, was assembled to re
duce production costs by the
wives, husbands, teenagers and
even the jungle weary officers of
the 2nd Battalion, 20th Infantry
who returned from Rio Hato for
the weekend. At 1 p.m. volun volunteers
teers volunteers began arriving' to .ake their
place in the assembly line and,
continued the trek forward un until
til until the completion of 2,00s books.
The tables were arranged in an
S pattern with the' pages of the
book in reverse order and all
rocked around the clock to the
speed inspiring strains of rock
and roll music until the voice of
victory rang out at 9:30 p.m.
the last book! A table of ten,
who were content to thump out
the rhythm accompalished he a a-ligning
ligning a-ligning and inserting the rings
in the loose leaf type book.
The volunteers totaled 120, al almost
most almost all of whom enjoyed a de delicious
licious delicious spaghetti and meatball din dinner
ner dinner through the courtesy of the
Fort Kobbe Officers' Club. Seven
nature such as, Sunday Schools,
Boy Scouts, Girl Souts, Boy
state and Girls State.
The government vehicles will
also be used for transporting pri private
vate private associations of Department of
Defense personnel, such as wom
en s and teenage clubs.
The transportation o f f i c it
authorized to require that the us
ing agencies furnish competent
operators or reimbursed drivers
if transportation is furnished af after
ter after normal duty hours.
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Sartfc a ?eet North
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South executed two swindles in
the play of today's hand. The first
should have worked, but failed;
tad the opposite was true of his
second swindle. Justice some sometimes
times sometimes works in mysterious ways.
West opened the king of dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and South dropped the
nint of diamonds in the attempt
to persuade West to continue the
suit. West saw that the three and
deuce of diamonds were missing,
and this his partner might well
b signaling with the six of dia diamonds
monds diamonds for a continuation of the
suit. After some thought, how how-aver,
aver, how-aver, West decided that the dia diamonds
monds diamonds could wait, and he there therefor
for therefor shifted to the queen of clubs.
South executed his second
swindle by playing low clubs from
both hands on this trick! Since
East followed suit with the low lowest,
est, lowest, possible club, West should
have seen that something was
amiss. West continued, however,
with the jack of clubs, and South
breathed freely again.
Declarer won the second club
with the ace, drew trumps with
the ace and dummy's nine, and
cashed the king of clubs in order
to discard the Icing of hearts. De
clarer then led the queen of
hearts to ruff out East's ace.
After this series of plays it was
easy to get to dummy with the
oueen of spades m order to dis
card two diamonds on the jack
and ten of hearts. South thus
managed to hold the loss down to
one cmb and two diamonds.
If South had played the hand
normally, East would have won
a heart trick and would have re returned
turned returned a diamond. The defenders
would have defeated the contract
by taking a heart and three
KING SIZE I
rich full flavor
cases of beer were contributed
by Dunham and Smith, and seven
leases of mixed sodas were donat donated
ed donated by National Distilleries so
thirst was quenched, hunger sat satisfied,
isfied, satisfied, mission accomplshed. A
good time was had by all!
After having sold 2,500 copies
of Recetas Del Caribe in the last
six months, orders are still pour pouring
ing pouring in to post office box 619,
Fort Kobbe. With this new supply
of 2000, sales of the cookbook
I will continue in all the post ex exchanges
changes exchanges on the isthmus and on
Saturday morning at the Balboa
.-,ubhol,., Those Gamboa resi residents
dents residents who desire a copy will be
laoie to get theirs on the morn mornings
ings mornings of Nov 3 and Dec 1 at the
Sign New Contract
DETROIT, Oct 29, ( UP ) -Michigan
Bell Telephone Co. and
the Communications Workers of
America agreed to a new one-year
contract early today and averted
a strike by 18,000 telephone em employes.
ployes. employes. The pact was agreed upon at
5 a.m. after a gruelling 18-hour
The company's old contract
with the union expired at mid midnight
night midnight las Monday but the union
declined to call a strike and per permitted
mitted permitted the talks to continue on
an overtime basis Instead.
The new pact calls for a
general wage increase of $3 to $5
except in very small communities
which will get $2.50 to $4.50; the
upgrading of 23 Michigan com
munities to the ingest wage level
and the upgrading of some jobs.
Thomas S. Nurnberger, Michi Michigan
gan Michigan Bell assistant vice president,
said the cost of the new contract
will increase the comany's annual
costs by 17,240,00000.
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Blackest' Weekend Of Season Reduces Perfect Record Grid Ranks
Only 6 Major Teams
NEW YORK, Oct. 19 (UP). -College football's "blackest
weekend of the season reduced the perfect record ranks to.
15 members, including; only six major teams.
1 Oklahoma, Tennessee, Princeton, Georgia Tech, Iowa
and Wyoming are the major teams with unblemished rec rec-'ords.
'ords. rec-'ords. Wyoming was leading the pack with seven victories
"labile the others have siv each.
Eighteen teams tumbled from the ranks during the
Weekend. Included In this group were Southern California,
Baylor, Michigan State and Tale.
- Eight teams In alt have won seven this season. Eleven
Shave won six, 18 have won five and four have won four
Balboa Needs 1 Win To Retain
Interscholastic Grid Crown
'With only two games left to
be' played in the Canal Zone in interscholastic
terscholastic interscholastic League footbail
race, each game will be a cru crucial
cial crucial contest. Although the Jun Junior
ior Junior College has been eliminated
fr"om even a mathematical
chance for the championship,
they can still play a most Im Important
portant Important role in determining the
final title holder. The Green
MvB;piay their final, league
gf me of the season Friday night
wjhen they tangle with the
Mgu&ieadlng Balboa Bulldogs
i Balboa Stadium.
A 'Balboa win in this game
Will kite them their second
straight football championship.
A, JC win' will mean that the
game at mi. Hope on nuveiuuci
fibWvWen the two nigh scnoois
U be tne on mat aetermineo
e -eventual Champ. From the
lldog's point or view tnen,
day's game with jc is it.
Che Balboa team took their
iating from the Rams of tne;
Athletic Club without any addi
tional injuries, but at this writ-
a two boys are sill doubtful
rformers against JC. Danny
Winklosky has inflamed tendons
In both legs while reserve guard
Roger Million sustained a twist twisted
ed twisted knee in the CHS game-of Oc October
tober October 19.
Not havinor either of these
ys toum be very neirimenijai
, tthftcnangei of ;me Bunuog,
rtlcdlarly so in WlnkloakW
ctuie. H has been a mainstay In
the Bulldog backfield all season
aid his hard driving runs have
been a large part of his team's
ability to move tne ban.
Balboa coaches Ross Anderson
and Jim Hurin are goihg to have
their bovs "uo for tnis one
or they will find it a rather long
evening come Friday. Stewart
Brown, JC coach, trainer, and
jack of all trades, has already
gone on record that he feels his
team is capable of beaiing the
Not only does Brown feel this
way, be has mstiuea mis reel reeling
ing reeling of confidence in his players.
Sixteen out of the 24 boys listed
Oft the JC roster attended BHS
and there is nothing they would
raher do than upset tne appie
cart of their alma mater.
Balboa coaches have already
started working their charges
over time. The boys got Friday
afternoon off, but were caueci
together Saturday morning for
an extraordinary, session of head
knocking. Off what they showed
against the AC, what the Bull
dog players need more tnan an an-thfng
thfng an-thfng else is the most important
tmng 01 an, aesire. it Anaerson
can come up with 11 boys who
want to play foottball Friday
night, the Bulldogs will bag the
This game will mark the last
appearance or tne io seniors on
the Balboa team on the Pacific
Side of the isthmus. Such boys
as Dan winklosky. Owen Suth Sutherland.
erland. Sutherland. Ken, fulielion, Ritchie
MbFe, KtWMrAl Louis Barbier,
Bob Fearon, Jack Winklosky.
Mike Napier, and Bob Wills get
their final playing opportunity.
On The Alleys.
DIABLO BUSINESS .WOMEN'S
Abernathy increases lead to two
The Abernathy entry in the
Diablo Business Women's League
increased their lead to two
points last Monday with a clean
sweep win over the pan Ameri
can Airways Fiyers. Marge
Rodgers led the Sportsmen in
victory with a series oi szo wnicn
included games oi 141, 195 ana
190. Alvs Kruee was second high
with 447 while Eileen Scott took
second honors with 425.
Mountain Dew stayed close
behind Abernathy in second
place with a two point win over
No Ml Diga Lounge. Brownie An Andrews
drews Andrews showed the way for the
Dews with 501 followed by Millie
Kelly with 459. In the last game
The Mountain Dew team had a
game of 933 which is high for
the league thus far this season.
Thelma Camby led the Loungers
with 468 while Thelma Lowande
was next wfth 434.
Panama Cigarettes held tight
to third position with a three
poin viotorv over the cellar
dwelling Salon Alex team- Eva
Stlnson of the losing Salon team
had high series in this match as
she hit for 512. Del Peters led
the Smokers with 93 followed
by Lll Gunn with 431.
Boyd Brothers pained rourm
spot by taking two from tne
failing Chevrolet-Bulck kegiers.
Maxlne Johnsen led the nsur-
ancemen with 459 and Becty
Nessle hit for 431. Helen Pell
scored high for the Car Dealers
with 457 followed by Betty coie coie-man
man coie-man with 436.
TEAM STANDNGS 7th WEEK
Chiroke Breaks Track Record
In Debut With Handicap Win
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
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Simms Allen and his Wildcats
emerged as the champs of the
Balboa Junior-Senior High in
tramural B League football for
1956. The Wildcats went through
without defeat, but were tied 13-
13 by tne Fighting Irish.
This game played last week,
wag an excellent contest, and
the rish forced the Wildcats to
come from behind to gain the
tie. Leroy vaughan was the big
scorer for the 'Cats as he took
two passes from Allen for the
two touchdowns. Asa Barley was
the big gun for the Irish, but he : Buckeyes
got considerable help from Raipn i Trojans
Parker, Frank Bright, and Mike Cougars
Bettsak. j Bruins
In the final game of the sea-1 Indians
and his mates ran wild to win
the most one sided contest of
the season in defeating the Li Lions
ons Lions 41-0. Three games were de decided
cided decided by forfeit when the teams
couldn't field enough boys to
play a regulation game. The In Indians
dians Indians won from the Bruins, the
Bruins from the Lions, and the
Trojans from the Terrapins in
C League (football)
M. Dew .
PAA . .
No Mi Diga L
TOP TEN FOR HIGH AVE
W L HG H6
16 5 894 2585
14 7 933 2639
13 8 895 2538
11 10 907 2549
9 12 892 2544
9 12 919 2602
7 14 881 2515
5 16 830 2424
G Avg HG Ha
.21 159 197 538
21 156 212 509
21 155 195 526
21 153 195 495
, 21 152 221 545
i 18 152 186 512
, 21 150 199 531
, 21 146 175 458
i 21 14ft 195 460
, 18 144 188 624
WGN FOR TITLE BOUT IBC president James Norrls (cen (center)
ter) (center) smiles at Archie Moore (left) and Floyd Patserson sip
final contract In Chicago for their world heavyweight title
bout. They will meet November 30 In Chicago Stadium.
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 8:15
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"INVASION OF THE
Tuesday "Texas Carnival"
Tues. "Cash On Delivery"
"Benny Goodman Story"
Tues. "Confidential Report"
PARAISO 6:15 8:30
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:30
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:25 "THE UNTAMED"
B1UD SLINGER With one of
is patented come-from-behind
dtnjshes, Conn McCreary boot booted
ed booted Mrs. Ethel Jacobs' Joe Jones
ome first in the $24,250 Sport
Tage Handicap over six fur furlongs
longs furlongs of Jamaica mud
Ma a as 1
and FRANCIS In
"FRANCIS IN THE
A GREAT PICTURE!
Inrrid Tulcan in
"FOREIGN INTRIGUE" I
In technicolor 1
The Stud Colon Boys made an
ausnicious debut in local horse
raefng yesterday afternoon when
their reportedly expensive Eng English
lish English cojt Chiroke carried the
stable's colors to a post to post
victory in the featured $1,000
New Owners Handicap at the
president Remon race track.
Chiroke is owned by a group
of Colon businessmen who also
happen to like sports, one oi me
original owners, Herbert Toleda Toleda-no,
no, Toleda-no, reportedly sold his share In
the horse to the other owners.
It is said that no less than nine
oersons share ownership in tne
beautiful three-year-old chest
nut colt. ...
Be that as it may, Chiroke
looked like something extra spe special
cial special when he sped six furlongs
in the eye-popping time or i:u
as he defeated six other highly
rated newcomers from Peru. A A-mong
mong A-mong those bealten by the son of
Klngstone-Alpine Vista was the
odds-on mutuels favorite palm palmer,
er, palmer, holder of three track records
At the finish ft was Chiroke
with longshot Volcanlco second,
three lengths behind. Palmer
wound up third, a neck back of
the place horse. Abrami, Tibu Tibu-ron,
ron, Tibu-ron, Kiroga and Certero trailed
Canal Zone Governor W. E.
POtter, who was the track's
guest of honor yesterday, pre
sided over the trophy presenta
Chiroke nald a juicy $16 to
win. He was capably ridden by
Julio Rodriguez. Chilean jockey
Francisco Gatlca was tne only
rider to score more than once.
He won two races.
1 Incaica $6, $2.80.
2 Love's Girdle $3.
1 Black Bee $7, $4.40.
2 San Cristobal $3.60.
First Double: $lt
1- Joe $24.40, $7.
2 Radical $4.80.
1 Francisquito $3.26, $2.20,
2 Rafaellto $2.20.
Qulniela: $3. 1
1 SalusVo $8.80, $3.20.
2 Quematodos $2.60.
1 Andes $6.60, $3.20.
2 Jaquimao $3.20.
1 Mezereum $9.80, $5.80.
2 Te Gano $5.80.
Ckf TO LO
35c. . 20c.
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with Orson Welles Akim
Tamiroff Michel Redgrave
with Perry Lopez Ted De
Corsia Beverly Garland
MEET ME IN
- and -TRIBUTE
with James Cagney
25c. .... 15c.
TARZAN AND THE
TARZAN AND THE
Second, Double: $55.40
1-Julle $7.60, $4.80.
2 Chepanlta $8.
1 Alhajar $3.40, $2.40.
2 Embassy $3.20,
, One-Two: $12.
-rhlvnlra 1 ti A
2 Volcanlco $18.60.
RECORD BREAKER (Top)
Canal Zone Governor W. E.
Potter presents a beautiful sil silver
ver silver trophy to Jose Maria Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, governor of the province
of colon, following the run running
ning running of yesterday's featured
$1,000 New Owners Handicap
at 4he President Remon race
track. Gonzalez, a part owner
of the victorious Chiroke, rep represented
resented represented the other eight own owners
ers owners at the trophy presentation
ceremony. (Left to right) Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Navarro, Alberto Motta,
trainer Ramon Navarro, Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, track manager Alberto
de Obarrio, Potter, Louis Mar Mar-tinz
tinz Mar-tinz and Burulo EsMldsen. The
other picture shows the im impressive
pressive impressive three-year-old Eng English
lish English bred chestnut colt Chiro Chiroke
ke Chiroke after his six furlongs in 1: 1:-11
11 1:-11 'to clip 1-5 of a second off
the mark previously held by
Hungary To Send
Team To Melbourne
VIENNA, Oct. 29-tUP)r-BU-dapest
radio announced today
thalt "Hungary's Olympic team
wll go to Melbourne in spite of
the present situation in Hunga Hungary."
ry." Hungary." The broadcast said the Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian government has decided to
send its Olympic team to Aus Australia
tralia Australia "by all means."
It also carried an appeal to all
members of the Hungarian
Olympic Committee "to report
at the Olympic headquarters
The Hungarian Olympic Com Committee
mittee Committee said it is "fully support supporting
ing supporting the cabinet of Inrre Nagy and
is feeling with the rebels."
BETTER LATI. .
SALT LAKE CITY (UP -Utah
does pay its bills, but some
times it takes a while. The Denver
Fire Clay Co. received a check
from the state for $972 a year
and a half after it was mailed
The envelope bore a postage me
ter stamp with the original mail
ing date and a Salt Lake City
postal cancellation on top dated
18 months later.
son for the B League, ihe Fight-1 Terrapins
ine Irish had another tough Lions
game on their hands. A battling
band of underrated Spartans
naa tne Irish played to a scand-1 wildcats .... 4
still until midway through the F. Irish .... 3
third quarter. Joe Garcia, Spar- Huskies ., .3
tan captain, gave all he had to Spartans ... 2
try and pull his team to victory; Hurricanes ... 1
nut the combined strength ofiQuakeds .... 1
Irish was too much for Garcia. AA League (football)
Frank Bright, Jrish passer : Cornhuskers . 2 2 2
and defensive lineman, played a Jayhawks ... 2 2 2
great game and continually ha- a League (bowi ng)
rassed Garcia into throwing poor 1 Cunningham . 3 l 0
passes. Mike Bettsak was strong O Leary .... 3 1 0
defensively for the Irish as was 1 Watson 1 3 0
Miegs BertoleUe for the Spar- DesLondes ... 1 3 0
Bob Adams, who is captain for
the Hurricanes, lead his fired up
team in the third outstanding
game of the week for B League
play. These boys almost upset
the high Vidlng Wildcats, who
had to come from behind to win
the game. Simms Allen to Leroy
Vaughan again provided the
scoring power via the pass route
for the champs. In spite of the
Wildcat win, it was the Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes that played the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding football. In addition to Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, there was Dick Morris,
Lloyd Brown and Frank Town Town-shend
shend Town-shend who were invaluable to
the Hurricanes great play. The
only other game In the B League
during the week proved to b a
one sided slaughter as the Ed
Suarez and his Huskies ran up
the biggest score of the season
In a 51-18 win dver woody
French's Quakers. Everything
worked well for the Huskies, and
nothing the Quakers tried prov-
ea very successiui.
Moving into the c Leaeue.
where competition is still hot
and heavy with four important
games yet to be nlaved. we find
(that Doug Chassin's Longhorns
moved ever closer to the eham
pionship. They won two games
aunng ine week, aeieatimr the
Trojans 26-6 and Indians 20-0.
In both instances the running of
isiinasin. a diminutive out sneeov
back, proved too much for the
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Bill Engelke's Troians were a
ble to stop the Longhorn attack
unm cnassm gctt the ball, it was
just about the same situation
later in the week when Bill Wil
kinson, Fred Huddleston, and
Bin Arnold stopped all but
cnassin ror the Indians. Keep Keeping
ing Keeping pace with th Longhorns
with a brace of wins were the
Buckeyes under the leadership
ui duu nuuigeocr. i
They dumped the Terrapins
25-6 and then handed a 34-7
(trouncing to Warren Marquard
and nis cougars. The onesided-
ness of this one was somewhat
of a surprise and might Indicate
that the Bucks are back on the
beam after being sidetracked by
'the Longhorns a couple of weeks
Earlier in the week Marquard
Flying Club Limits
Membership To 45
The Buccaneer Flyine Club.
recently formed at Fort Kobbe,
has limited marimum member membership
ship membership to 45 members as it an announced
nounced announced the purchase of its first
plane, a Piper Vagabond.
At tne present time there
are about 14 vacancies left.
There are 75 applications for
membership in the club office.
The membership fee is set at
$100. The first applicants to
present. their money. will fill
the remaining vacancies.
The Buccaneers held 'their
first meeting last Saturday at
which time they adopted the
club insignia and each member
was taken for a ride in the new
Student plolts of the club are
required to complete a 10-hour
ground school course before they
are allowed to solo. The first
ground school class was held
during Saturday's meeting
These classes include such sub subjects
jects subjects as Civil Air regulations,
theory of flight, navigation and
Ground school classes will be
held each Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 12 noon in the club room,
Hangar No. 1, Fort Kobbe. The
public is invited to attend and
see how the club functions.
Upon completion of ground
school at Fort Kobbe, the stu students
dents students will go to the PaitMa
airfield in the Republic of
Panama where they will do all
Money is now available for
the purchasing of a second
plane. However, members have
not decided on the make of
plane they want to buy.
Their plans Include the pur purchase
chase purchase of another side-by-sidt
trainer and one larger three
Club members are Panama
Canal and civilian contract em employes
ployes employes as well as military per personnel
sonnel personnel and their dependents.
The revelation of New York society scandals, juvenile
delinquency, the fight between powerful newspaper syn syndicates,
dicates, syndicates, the persecution of law against organised crime and
vice ahd other every-day happenings, has served as the
theme for the story of the excellent dramatic production
"WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS," In which are featured a num number
ber number of Hollywood's top stars headed by Dana Andrews,
Rhonda Fleming, George Sanders, Ida Lupino, Howard Duff,
Thomas Mitchell, Vincent Price and Sally Forrest.
WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS, has a strong emotional im
pact, and is a truly revealing picture, a triumph of the mo motion
tion motion picture industry. It will be released at the Lux Theatre
xnursaay coming ana is an KRO RADIO production.
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CRAS UNDER CLASS
MULTIPLE Michigan State's multiple offense includes passing. Three quarterbacks strike
by air They are, left to right, Pat Wilson, Mike Panitch and Jim Ninowski. Th Spartans
roar.alongwith a running game to match.;'
Florida 21, L.S.U.
Ga. Tech 40, Tulane 0
Kentucky 14, Georgia 7
Alabama 13, Miss. State 1
Auburn 12, Houston 0
Tennessee 34, Maryland 7
North Carolina 6, Wake For. 6
Duke 42, N. C. State 0
Tamria 21, Delta State 12
Vanderbilt 23, Middle Tenn. 13
V.P.I. 14, Virginia 7
Johns-Hopk. 13, Rand-Macon 0
Hamp-Syd 12, Sewahee 7
Presbyterian 13, Catawba 13
SW Term 12, Mlllsaps 0
Newport News 18, Guilford 6
V.M.I. 13, Davidson 13
La. Tech 3fc S.W. La. Inst. 6
W.Va. Tchrs. 21, Wash 4 Lee 20
Norfolk St. 18, Wash, uenrs. 6
Tenn State 6, Md. State 0
Memphis St. 21, W. Ky. 0
Mlllsaps 12, SW Tenn 0
Troy (Ala.) 14, Austin Peay 13
Len. Rhyne 25, EnvHenry 6
E. Kentucky 13, Mor. Harvey 7
Wofford 47, Stetson 20
Fur man 7, Citadel 0
Jar State 40, S. Georgia 0
FJ5.U, 20, Villanova 13
Army 60, Columbia 0
Navy 54, Penn 6 "T
Penn State 16, W. Virginia 6
Pittsburgh 14, Oregon 7
Prmcetan 32, Cornell 21
BuckneJU 12, Temple 6
Colgate 14, Yale 6 y
" Conn 26, Delaware 14
Nbrwlch 27, Vermont 0
Worcester 34, New Britain 6
Bloomsburg 25, Kings 7
Moravian 26, Albright 7
Brown 27, Rhode Island 7
Upsala 13, Bridgeport 0 -Clarion
21, CaL (Pa) 0
Dickinson 7, Swarthmore 6
Syracuse 21, Boston U. 7
Mass 12, Northeastern 6
Mlddlebury 21, R.P.I. 7
Edinboro 21, Mansfield 7
Lehigh 21, Rutgers 13
Cam. TeCh 16, Wash a Jeff 0
Snringfield 32, Amn. Int. 0
Hamilton 41, Hayerford 6
Montclair 34, Gallaudet 25
Cheyriey 34, Trenton 6
Geneva 26, Slippery Rock 7
Amherst 32, Wesleyan 0
Union 20, Hobart 7
Tufts 40, Williams 20
TJrsiims 19, Wagner
Rochester 46, Kings Point 0
Bates 19. Maine 13
Shippensburg 26. Millers'le 7,
New Hamp. 20, Brandeis 13
Gettysburg 12, Lafayette 0
Penn Mill. 14, Lycoming 13
Hofstra 13, Cortkmd 7
Alfred 26, Buffalo 19
Army "B" 32, St. Lawrence 12
Colby 24, Bowdoin 20
Susnuehanna 31, Wilkes 7
Juniata 18, Drexel
New Haven 50, Quonset Pt. 0
Irtd. (Pa) 39, Lock Haven 21
Potomac St 34, Concord 13
Frank-Mar. 12, W. Md. 6
Kntztown 25, Nat. Aggies 0
Westminster 42, Waynesburg 7
AUegheV 33, Bethany 19
MhUi rg 14, Scranton 0
Tajer 59, Grove City 7
West Liberty 20, Fairmont 7
Shepherd 26, Davis-Elkms 0
Salem 19, GlenvUle 7
Mian! 14, T.C.U. 0
Texas A. k M. 19, Baylor 13
Arkansas 14, Ole Miss 0
Rice 28. Texas 7
Tulsa 27, Hard-Simmons 0
isam Houston 9, E. Tex. St. 7
Henderson 7, Ark. State 0
N. Texas 19, Youngstown 12
Pomona 15, Santa Barbara 14
Rocky Mt. 50, Mont. Mines. 20
Illinois 20, Mich. State 13
Oklahoma 40, Notre Dame 0
Minnesota 20, Michigan 7
Ohio State 21, Wisconsin 0
Indiana 19, Northwestern 13
Iowa, 21, Purdue 20
BowKng Green 34, Marshall 12
Franklin 40, Rose Poly 12
Denison 23, Muskingum 7
Ipdiana St. 20, Anderson 7
Wheaton 52, No. Central 7
Valparaiso 49, Ball State 12
Indiana Cen. 7, Taylor 6
Omaha 12, N. 111. Tchrs. 0
Wash (Mo) 27, S. Dakota 7
Miami (O) 14, Kent State 0
Oberlin 12, Kenyon 12
St. Benedicts 46, Ft. Hays 0
Dickinson 20, Valley City 7
Wabash 27, Ohio Wesleyan19
Wayne 10, W. Reserve 7
Missouri 34, Iowa State 0
Mffllkin 26, 111. Wesleyan 12
Hiram 17, Mt. Union 0
Xavier (O) 26, Dayton 13
Hanover 19, Centre 13
Lincoln 25, Sterling 18
Otterbein 26, Marietta 13
Ashland 26, Defiance 6
Principia 14, Eureka 12
Wilmington 28, Ohio North. 12
John Carroll 20, Case 0
W. Illinois 21, S. Illinois 7
N.Dak. St. 26, S.Dak. St. 9
Cincinnati 33, Marquette 23
N.Mich. 41, Superior (Wis 6
Moorhead 13, Bemidji 13
Bethel (Kan) 28, Baker 23
Neb. Wesleyan 26, Midland 6
Mac Alester 14, St. Johns 0
Stevens Pt. 17, Beloit 14
St. Olaf 34, Monmouth 0
Cen. Mich. 67, Milwaukee 12
E. Mich. 65,. E. Illinois 0
Cen. Okla. 28, NW Okla. 14
Kearney 44, Chadron 6
Parsons 52, Central (Mo 13
Milton 33, St. Procpius 0
Carroll 19, Augustana 12
Wis. Tech. 26, Navy Pier 0
Rolla Mines 29, Warrensb'g 27
Doane 32, Wayne Tchrs. 0
Cornell (la.) 28, Grinnell 13
Luther 27, Upper Iowa 21
Wittenberg 21, Capital 13
Carleton 19, Lawrenne 0
Wooster 20, Akron 17
Louisville 25, Ohio U. 19
Simpson 13, Buena Vista 7
St. Joseph's 29, Evansville 0
Manchester 41, EarHiam 7
N. Dakota 20, la. Tchrs. J9
Central Col. 20, Wartburg 7
Springfd. 10, NW Mo. Tchrs. 7
Knox 27, Coe 7
prattevllle 41, Loras 31
Butler 19, Depauw 13
Mankato 12, Carthage 6
Dubuque 23. Ia. Wesleyan 7
St. Ambrose 23, LaCrosse 6
Hillsdale 41, Kalamazoo 14
Hope 59, Olivet 6
Albion 14, Alma 13
S.Dak. Tchrs. 47, Mlnot 0
Morningside 21, Augustana 13
.Stanford 27, So. Cal. 19
Oregon State 21, U.C.L.A. 7
Colorado 16, Nebraska 0
California 16, Washington 7
k Wyoming 27, Kan. State 15
vCok A.&M. 34, Montana 20
Utah St. 33, Brig-Young 7
Cen. Wash. 6, E. Wash. 6
Highlands 44, Adams St. 34
Idaho St. 32, Colo. Col. 0
E. Montana 38, W. Montana 7
Ariz. St. 47, Panhandle 0
AF Acad. 34, E.New Mex. 7
Montana St. 28, W.Coto.St. 13
Denver 20, New Mexico 14
Idaho 27, Utah 21
Colo. St. 20, Colo. Mines 6
Pepperdine 40, Nevada 19
Lewis-Clark 19, Whitworth 0
E. Oregon 14, Portland St. 6
Weber 12, Ricks 6
S Diego St. 19, S. Di'o M. 19
Stockton 14, San Mateo 6
Laverne 42, Riverside 6
Pug4 Sound 53, Brit. Col. 6
E. Los Aug. 20, LA Harbor 7
El Camlno 7, Bakersfield 6
Hamilton 50, Montreal H
Ottawa 30, Toronto 19
Miami Hi 54, Miami Beach 0
Mulberry '31, Frostproof 6
New't Rich. 26, Adm. Far'ut 6
Winter Park 20, Sanford 0
Dothan ('Ala) 13, Leon 0
Lake Weir 12, Eustis 0
Groveland 18, Mt. Dora 0
Jax Jackson 21, Edgewater 0
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21 (BLACK JACK)
inated in a jolting upse'i by I game separa.es the top four
Stanley Hall, a surprise 21-ll.lieams.- Last Wednesday Tivoll
16-21, 21-16, 21-14. Orannum df- Motors took two points from and 235 game got the APA Fly-,
rending trie title he had won Braniff Arwayis to pun mio aiers oacK on the bail alter losing
four years, was a heavy odds-on tie for first place. On alleys 7 5 of their last 6 games. Bob Eas Eas-favoritc
favoritc Eas-favoritc to win again. and 8 Seymour Agencies water with 54 i was the other big
Action in civilian singles and making two points ,from Tascoj bowler for APA. MaoLane ana
doubles finals will be at 7:30 To-Batteries to ereat a tie for Ted Albritton were the only
night at the USO-JWB Armed third and fourth plare one point ones to get over 500 for the A!
Forces Service center. behind the leaders. lias Club as they all seemed to.
Two champions were crowned; High games for the evening have a bad niaht. This makes
were rolled Karl Bes;, a ut ior two shutouts in a row against
APA Bill, Colley had a 225 ior Alas
Tivoli Motors, with teammate
Bill Rogers and Bud Balcer with
colony j 1 219 and 216. High series honor s
went to Bill Cofiey with a 622.
Close behind rame Bud Balcer
of Tasco with 619, Earl Best
with 613, and Harry Colbert of
Tasco with 608. Seymour Agen
cies ran away with all the hon
! (NEA Telephoto)
RESIGNS Marty Marion
makes his exit from Comiskey
Park in Chicago following his
resignation as manager of the
Chicago White Sox baseball
team. Marion said he reach'
ed his decision with regret
and felt the move was in the
best interests of the club.
! HARPSWELL, ME. (UP)
A curious crab ended up like one
iobf those model sailing vessels in
(bottles. Walter Toothaker snagged
a glass jar ia his herring seine
land found i crab inside which
! could not escape through the nar narrow
row narrow neck. The crab apparently
icntered the jar on an exploring'
trip, tarried to shed its shell and.
llVOLI MOTORS TIES BRAN- 569. Close behind was Chuck grow another one which proved
IFF AIRWAYS FOR LEAD lN McQarvey and Bill Jamison, too wide for It to get out again.
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUE IThelma Camby,and Mim Smith ;
rigut up wmi iu men w.w. Boh Toland (sub )
After eteht weeks of bowling 510 and 491. Bud Balcer andiH0D 10ianQllu
be played tonleht. but Qeoree the cosmopolitan Mixed Bowl- Harry Colbert both hit over 600:n.n
Grannum will only be a specta- ing League in Diablo Is boiling wkh 619 and 608 but that was Th.,a r
cle for all poslitons. only
irames separate the top team! son, a very fine 455 and a
Orannum. unbeaten in four
years of Canal Zone and Pans
ma competition, has been elim
mV. 1 T .-.
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Today Encanto .35 .2ft
Van Johnson in
"23 Paces To Baker Street"
Kay Kendall in i
Today IDEAL 2010
Piper Laurie in
Rock Hudson in
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irom the bottom and only one game. "VVVJF
APA 3, Atlas Club 0
Earl Best with his 613 series
in play Saturday night before
an overflow crowd at the Cen
ter. Susana Leon and Thomas
Chu (of the White-oreen Club
of Panama's Chinese
Won the mixed doubles title by
stopping Orannum and jean jean-nette
nette jean-nette McFarland, 21-19, 22-20,
In the military doubles final
match game, Lt. John Stafford
and Capt. Paul Cromwell whip whipped
ped whipped Lt. Robert Nesbitt and
Ralph Selkowitz, 21-6, 21-12, 16 16-21,
21, 16-21, 21-17, for the tfole.
Playing for the singlet crown
ton'rht will be Hall and Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Joseph, who won his fi finalist
nalist finalist slot by downing Hiram
Johnson, 21-IJ, 21-15, 26-24.
In the military sineles. Crom
well and Stafford wfll quit be
Colonial Insurance 2, Pepsi
Colonial Insurance continued
their bid to get out of the cel cellar
lar cellar by taking two points from
the sevemh place Pepsi-Cola
team. Colonial is now only one
game out of sixth place. Al Mi
nor and Jim Riley led. the Insur:
ors for the women with Thelma lance team with 551 and 522
Camby and Mim Smith having, while Bob Boyer led the losing
510 and 491 series with games of Pepsi five with 546. George R:-
18R and 178. Dsll Peters of Bran
Iff bowled a respectable third
with a 485 series and 169 game.
Tvoli Motors 2, Braniff Air Airways
ways Airways 1
ley and Frank Melnlck were
close behind with 538 each. The
final game showed Pepsi -Cola
winning by three pins until a
closer check was made and then
Ing teammates long enough to I racked up two quick wins before
In the battle for first place a four nin mistake was found
Tivoli Motors took advantage on una it gave the game to colon
a slump by the Branin rive ana mi by one pin.
Landon 13, Paxton 6
Naples 20, Pinecrest 20
St. Joseph 18, Baldwin IS
Fla. A&M. 08, Xavier (La) 6
St. Augustine 26, Elir. City 0
Ed Waters 21, Fla NI 14
ftuu 12, Lincoln (Pa) 6
Deia. St. 28, St. Paul Poly 0
Clark 34, Morehouse 0
Ala. State 28, Fisk 0
Texas Southern 50, Langston 7
Howard 20, Fayettevilie 12
Voorhees 25, Livingstone 13
Centra St. 21, McMasters U. 12
SC. Slate 51, Ala. A.&M. 0
Miles 26, Lane 7
Dillard 33, Tougaloo 7
Va. Union 19, Va. State 3
Morgan State 25, N.C.A.4T. 14
Soutn. U. 39, Texas Col. 20
Alcorn 33, Paul Quinn 21
Grambling 26, Jackson 7
Phil-Smith 4, Rust 2
Tuskegee 34, Ft. Valley St. S
Morris 7, Paine 0
Prairie View 43, Ark' AMN 6
Jarvis 26, Mary Allen 6
N. C. College 16, Shaw 6
Allen 26, Knoxville 0
Boiling AFB 33, Shaw AFB 6
meet for the championship
Cromwell won his spot wl$h a
21-8, 21-11, 21-12 win oVer Al Alfred
fred Alfred crimmlns; and Stafford his
by bumping Carl Perkins, 28-26,
21-14, 17-21, 21-18.
In. the civilian doubles, it will
be Orannum and Luis Moreno
versus Hall and Juan de la
Other results Saturday:
(Mixed doubles) Leon and
Chu over Carol Proverbs and
Antonio Howell, 21-15, 15-2-, 21 21-14.
(Civilian doubles) Grannum
Moreno over Anton Huie-Rogers
Ottey, 21-18, 21-14; John Ng Ng-Tony
Tony Ng-Tony Yau over Theo Nightengale-Kenneth
zi-18; ae ia uuaraia-nau over
Allan Chiu-Tomas Chu, 15-21,
23-21, 21-19; Grannum-Moreno
over Ng-Yau, 13-21, 11-21, 21-13,
22-20. 21-9; and de la Guardla
Hall over Alson Gillette-Hiram
Johnson, 19-21, 21-19, 19-21, 21
Present at the closing session
of the successful tournament,
which has been played for the
last two weeks, will be Lt. Col.
Arden L. Bennet, chief Special
Services, U.S. Army Caribbean;
Lt. col. Leslie c. Wood, assistant
chief Special Services; Lt. Com Commander
mander Commander George King, welfare
officer, 15th; Naval District, U.S.
Navy; David F. DeCastro. chair
man, committee of management,
USO-JWB; Samuel Friedman,
member of committee of man management,
agement, management, USO-JWB; Rabbi Na Nathan
than Nathan Witkln, director of USO USO-JWB;
JWB; USO-JWB; Gil Gorizalo Garrido, di director
rector director of Physical Education of
Panama; his assistant, J. Ferrer
Gamboa; and Julio O. David,
chairman of the tournament and
president of the Panama Com Commission.
mission. Commission. Prizes will be awarded right
after all playoffs are finished.
GRAND HORSE HOTEL
Atlantic City (NEA) The
Atlantic City Race Course is
building an equine Grand Hotel,
a plush barn for visiting stake
Standings at the end of eight
Braniff woke up and took the weeks:
last game. For Tivoli Bill Coffey l Team Won Lest
and Bill Rogers weer the strong i Tivoli Motors 15 9
pair with 622 and 560. LU Gunn Braniff Airways 15 9
had a good 455 series to help out Tasco Batteries 14 10
the others. For the Braniff Air-1 Seymour Agenoies ..14 10
ways Wbodrow Woodcock had alAPA 12 12
580 series and a 205 game Boo Atlas Club 9 15
Toland and Dell Peters followed i Pepsi Cola 9 15
wlih 541 and 485. Colonial Insurance ... 8 16
Seymour Agencies 2, Tasco
Batteries 1 High Averages
Seymour Agencies rolled the Men
league's second highest seriei 'Bud Balcer, T.B 204
(3034) of the year in taking twolBill Coffey, T.M 198
points from Tasco. Dick-Soyateri Earl Best, APA 193
subbing for Volgel Camby led I Harry Colbert, T.B. 189
the insuraneemen with a fine chuck McGarvey, S A 189
owl Saw I
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1964, Sunday, October 28, 1956
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two scries "A" and "B"
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT UISCOLNTS OR TAXES
11046 132.00 104B 132.00
0146 132.M H4 132.00
0248 133.00 1248 132.00
0340 2,200.00 1346 2,200.00
0440 132.00 1440 132 00
54 132.00 1546 132.00
0646 132.00 lttf 132.00
0746 132.00 1J46 132.00
0846 132.00 1146 132 00
Nt 132.00 1S46 132.00
132.00 I 3846
132.N I 3046
So Print n PriMM N PtUw
4041 132.00 5046 132.40 (040 132.00
4146 132.(0 5140 132.00 0146 132 0ft
4240 132.00 5246 132.00 6246 13200
4346 2.200.00 3346 2,200.01: 634,6 2,200.01
4440 132.00 5446 132.(0 (448 132.00 j
4540 132.00 5548- 132.60 6546 132.00
4(40 132.00 3616 132.00 6(44 132.(3
4740 132.00 5746 132 00 (746 132.00
4846 132.00 1 5346 132:00 (846 132.00
4946 132 00 5946 132.00 (046 132 001
132 00 S74(
132 00 I 8846
132.00 i 8146
Mir i Nh
Approximations Derived From first Prize
I 8339 440.00 1 8341 440 00 I 1343 440.00 I 8345 444(0 I 8348 444,49 I 83S4 410 60 I 9391 444.(4 I (3(4 444 90 I
I 8344 444.0(1 8342 440.00 I 3344 440.00 1347 440 00 I 8349 44949 I 8351 444.00 I 8333 44440 I 8391 444.44 f
Approximations Derived Prom Second Prize
t i ( i ( t
(133 220.04 1133 220.00 2133 220.(0 3133 22(.0( 4133 22(.M 9133 220.00 (133 224.M j 7133 220 00 8133 220.00
(124 119.90 912( 114.49 ilM 119.94 tl 11944 41S2 tloToo 9135 119.94 4137 119.44 4139 11949 fl 11040
9125 110 00 9127 110.00 9129 110.00 9131 11(40 9134 1106(1 9136 110.00 9139 114.94 9149 119.99 I 4142 11040
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
I 1 l I t 9 I ( ,' i 9
9931 132.90 i 1931 132.00 2931 132.44 I 4931 13249 f 5931 13344 (431 132.(3 7931 133.44 I 8431 13244 ) 9931 132 00
3922 88.00 I 3924 88.90 3926 83.(4 3928 88.M 3934 88.(4 3933 88 40 3933 93.40 3937 98.00 j 3939 88 00
3923 84.49 I 3925 88 00 I 3437 88.N I 3429 81.00 3932 88.00 394 83.44 393S 88.49 3438 8849 3949 88 00
Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing: were sold at: Colon 1st; Panama 2nd and 3rd.
The Nine HUndred whole tickets ending in and not included in the above list win Forty-Four Dollars ($44.00 each.
Th,e whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two seriea "A" to "B" of 22 pieces each.
Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12135
1 The Representative Of The Treasury, JOSE OUILLERMO AIZPU
WITNESSES: Manuel A. Herrera, Ced. No. 47-1905
Pedro A. Saavedra C, Ced. No. 47-2337
JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA
Notary Public, Panama
PABLO A. PINEJL M..
WfTTF- Xhe wmnm with the last cipher an with tht twe lait
cipheni eODIJ only 'to the first Prize.
The rirst Prize end the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are djawn aapWately. Thi
proxiraatlon are calculated en the rirst, Second and Third Friioa. In
a ucket should carry the numbers of each prue, the holder is entitli
elaira payment for each
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, October 28, 1956
Drawing Number MS
First Prize. ....... 46 .$11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 33 3.00 60.00
Thir,l Prizr 1 2.00 40.00
Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. 1965 which will take
place November 4, 1956
Th. prises tvtli ae paid tn accordance with th OffieUrt Ust e( Pnam m
the offices of the National Beneficent Lottery situated en Tentral Avenae
Divided In two sle of 23 fractions ..cp denominated "A" and ""
1 Itnt Frlze. Series A and at. 01
1 Second Prize, Series A and B al
1 Third Prize Series A md B. of
19 Approximations. Series A en" B of
9 Prize. Series A and of
90 Prizes Seiles A and B. of
400 Prize. Series A and M. ef
SZ2 uuu.uuu e.cTl erie
0.(00 00 each series
3.300 00 each series
220 00 each erie
( 1,100.00 each seriea
MOO each series
23 00 eaeb series
11 Approximations. Sena A and B of ( 99.00 each series
9 Prize. Series A and B. of 110.00 each series
KApproxlmatlona Series A and B of t w each series
9 Prizes. Series A and B of M 00 ea.rh series
1(74 Priasw TU-1AI 1149.73? 0
Price ot o whole ticket $2 00
Price of o fDrty-fourrh port .... J$
7 930 00
I 14(0 00
I 1.5.4 M
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
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Write BorL. Balboa. C.Z.
Hours 8 to 12, t
Saturdays 9 am. to noon.
After hours Pan 3-7Q5S
Automobile. Fire, etc.
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Phone, 2245. iP1
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3 to 5 a.. !"!!" 2-245
or bv appointment.
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sons Lessons for.Adults, Couples, Teen Teenagers
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BALBOA 7 2-423
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McLevy Machines, Massage
team Bath mala and female
SI Av. Justo Arosemena 3-2217
Dr. 8CHOLL trained Chiropodist
Bv Tossing Bomb
NICOSIA. Cyprus. Oct. 29 f UP)
Guerrillas celebrated a Greek
holiday today by killing one Brit British
ish British soldier and wounding another
in Faphos with a bomb tossed
under a truck.
The bombing was the only
violence reported immediately,
but police had to use tear gas
to break up an illegal anti-British
demonstration in Limassol, Au Authorities
thorities Authorities in Famagusta ignored a
The demonstrations in Limassol
and Famagusta were started by
crowds leaving church after serv services
ices services commemorating the Greek
rejection In 1940 of surrender
demands presented by the late
Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.
The anniversary is observed as a
national holiday in Greece. 1
canal zone mm
Stir YHarnlAKAIM .
Tires & Tubes
Guaranteed 12 Months
1st Line 100 Level
600 x 16 16.50 19.50 670 x 15 19.95 22.95
670 x 15 16.95 19.95 710 x 15 20.95 24.45
710 x 15 17.95 20.95 760 x 15 22.95 27.4$
761 x 15 19.95 23.95 800 x 15 27.95 30.95
800 x 15 24.95 26.95 820 x 15 28.45 31.95
820 x 15 25.95 27.95
WITH OLD TIRES
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12th Street and Amador Guerrero Ave. Tel. 1078-L
ATTENTION, G. I.I Jurt built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, her, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom fur.
niihed apartment. Ave. Peru.
Call Phone 3-0088.
FOR RENT : Furniihed. 2 bad bad-roomt,
roomt, bad-roomt, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished on
and two-bedroom apartment near
to tea, fresh. Uruguay Street No.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
merit, screened, inspected. Via
Espana, house before Juan Fran
FOR RENT: Apartment in pre preferred
ferred preferred residential taction: Cool,
quiet, 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, bathroom, kitchen,
laundry room, gang, storage
room. Screened, hot water heat heater
er heater installed. For further infor information
mation information call 3-1650 Panama.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
amall apartment or room. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful residential section. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished I -bedroom
apartment, enclosed gar garden,
den, garden, basamant private hem $60.
Phone 3-1146. Bella Vista
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living and dining room, 2
porches, kitchen, hot water,
maid's room, 3 services, garage.
44th and Colombia Streets No.
44-17, Bella Vista Information;
Apartment P, tame building.
(Continued from rare!)
no creative or hopeful ideas of
his own in this critical field.
As in so many other flams,
the President simply offers an another
other another do-nothing solution," he
Meanwhile Sen. Estes Kefau-
ver charged today that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower has gfcennhe
country only a disbeartwutg
record of broken promises,
abandoned foals, defeat and
He said the Chief Executive
"has failed utterly abjectly mis miserably,
erably, miserably, to do whale he professed
to set out to do. And in his
heart of heart he must know
He went iflto the final week of
campaigning swinging harder
at Mr. Eisenhower and Vice Vice-president
president Vice-president Richard M. Nixon than
he has to date in the campaign.
In a speech prepared for de delivery
livery delivery at Findlay, Ohio, Ke Ke-f
f Ke-f auver charged that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has been "used badly"
by the GOP "Old Guard" and
"ha exchanged a place of
honor In history for a second secondary
ary secondary role In politics the role
of a front man for Richard
Coina At Norfolk
NORFOLK, Va., Oct. 29 -(Uf)
A gigantic Marine exercise,
known as operation Lantphioex, q jow fjoes a veteran go about
gets underway today to test and making applications to VMfor -a
evaluate ways of using a t o m i c reiease fr0m liability?
weapons in amphibious warfare. A He must submit a written re re-Some
Some re-Some 22,000 Marines, 12,000 quest stressed to the manager of
fleet seamen. 300 planes and 38 j tn, y.trans Administration Re Re-ships
ships Re-ships are taking part. The first oti :.,., nffioP whirh nrnresswi he
the Marines will board ships
at three East Coast ports Nor-
folk Wilmington, N.C. and Mor
neaa vlty, JN..
The ships will get underway
early next week and rendezvous
at sea in preparation for an
amphibious landing at Camp Pen Pendleton,
dleton, Pendleton, near Virginia Beach, Va.,
on Nov. 8. A full-scale assault
landing is scheduled for Onslow
Beach, Camp Lejeune, N.C, on
peevak & Walnberg MMmt
Wall Size Black White Wall
NO MOUNTING CHARGE
FOR SALE: Three couches,
center and corner tables. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. Phone Panama 2-2912.
FOR SALE: Electric stove in
perfect condition. Also miscella miscellaneous
neous miscellaneous household effects. 46th
Street, Bella Vista, No 10.
FOR SALE: Easy washing ma machine
chine machine and Weatingheuse refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator (25 -cycle). House 6454 6454-B,
B, 6454-B, Cameron St., Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Rattan bamboo set:
1 sofa, 2? arm chairs, 2 end ta tables,
bles, tables, 1 center table, nest of ta tables
bles tables and magazine rack Perfect
condition. Bargain price. D Street
No. 13, Apt. 4, El Cangrojo.
Calumet Farm's Barbizon
Wins Rich Garden State
CAMDEN, New Jersey, Oct. 29
(UP) The richest stable In
the world has won the richest
race in the world.
"Barbizon" carrying Devil's
red silks of Calumet came
from far back. to win the $319,,
000 Garden State stakes in a
photo finish. Willie Hartack
steered ithe stretch-running two-year-old
to victory by a nose
over 'Federal Hill" at Garden
It was a blanket finish, with
'Amarullah" only a neck back of
Calumet had paid $10,000 ex extra
tra extra to make Barbizon a supple
mentary entsy after the regular
entries closed, it proved a wise
investment. Barbizon took down
a profit of- $168,000 for his own owner.
er. owner. .the richest purse ever won
oy a horse.
Wheatley Stable's favored
"Bold Rul6r" was fourth as the
field of 19 hit the stretch. But
Bold Ruler ran up on the heels
of "Jaunlty John," who was tlr-
e cott stumbled ana ai-
n on his knees.
Veteran Selling Gl-Loan Property
May Be Freed of Liability to Govt.
A veteran sellmts residential,
property that he bought with a G
loan may be released from liabili
ty to the government.
The .Veterans Administration is
allowed to make this release
through an amendment to the G may a veteran be released of lia lia-Blll.
Blll. lia-Blll. ibility?
In the past, the veteran who
sold his property but had not paid A. On any VA guaranteed, fnsur fnsur-off
off fnsur-off his GI loan could not be re- ed or direct loan the security fr
leased from liability. Now he can which is "residential property."
be, although a lot depends on the "Residential property" is any im-
man who buys his property.
it tne loan is current aim u. nc
purchaser contracts to assume the
purchaser contracts to assume tha
veteran's liability, release is pos possible
sible possible with VA approval.
Here are some questions and an answers
swers answers exnlainine the amend-
gionai office which processed the
loan No ecial form ig needed
Q Doeg veteran have get
VA' annrnvnl nf a nurphnAr who
is buying the home and paying
off the GI loan?
Q. Will the fact that a veteran
Speedy Service ...
with no sacrifice of 1
We use snd
tubes. .. the tubes.
with the Good
Guaranty Seal. A
IV ill 1
Via Espana & 45th St.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fiber glass boat.
1 6 hp. Scott Atwater motor,
trailer and accessories, $395 all.
Call 2165 or 6176 Albrook.
FOR RENT: Office space. Su Superior
perior Superior Belle Vista ''location.
Twelve hundred square feet, two
private offices. In addition large
storage space and wash room.
No. 7, Avenida Faderic Boyd,
Barbizon through in the middle
of the track to maxe tne best
showing in the picture,.
Barbizon turned the mile
and a 16th over a track officially
described as "good" .... not fast
. .in one mirttue, 44 and four
fifth sec 1s. He rewarded his
backers with $15.20, $7 and $5.20.
. Elsewhere ... the feature race
at Jamaica in New York the
Flrenze handicap went to
"Blue Banner" at $9.90, $5.70 and
$3.70. "Hanpv Princess" finished
second and "Manotick" third.
The $20,000 Turf Cup at Lau
rel was won by "Traffic Judge"
at a price of $7.60, $4.80 and $4. $4.-20.
20. $4.-20. "Tudor Era" was third and
A three-to-one shot named
"Deep Thought" won the New
England Handicap at Suffolk.
The pajyoff was $8.40, $4 and $2. $2.-60.
60. $2.-60. Second place went to "Sal
mon" with rock cottage"
At Churchill Downs, it was
"Hasseyampa" in the featured
handicap paying off at $4, $2.40
and $2.40. "Bernbuigoo" was
seconflhd "Mister Black" third.
is receiving cash in addition to
.. .. I
the purchaser assuming liability.
on he loan keep him from i obtain- Jackj(J doesn-t ,ike his dancing
int a release of liability to the!sino, np ,-h.Hi. Ami r h,,r. tn S
, government from VA?
Q O.n what type of GI loans
provea real property wnicn prima
iw useu us mme.
Need an extra cart
Drive a sparkling new car
as your own.
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CALL: Pan. 3-4568 Colon 74
pinv tVi role of Parmenlo.
V At Aran vAVt Arftl A til. MaCC-
rloninn imi "ALEXANDER
THE GREAT" a United Artists
release, was filmed in spam
In PirtAma SrnriA and Techni
color. The picture, which was
produced, directed and writ writ-tea
tea writ-tea hy Roteert Rossen, opens
NOVEMBER 1st. at the CENTRAL.
ilbBVaaKaaMt, W? J Htt .afll
FOR SALE: Late 1949 "98"
Rockets Old Sedan. Very good
condition. Phon Bal. 1362.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Minor
Conv. Duty paid. Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $425.00. $150.00 down,
6 notes $46.00 Phone 2-4341.
FOR SALE: 1956 HNIman Ca Ca-llfornlan
llfornlan Ca-llfornlan Minx with whitcwall
tires, like new. Call 2-2506 aft after
er after 4:00.
FOR SALE: 1953 Roadmaater
Buick and Hamilton upright pia piano.
no. piano. Call 86-4223 Albrook or see
at Quarters 125-A.
FOR SALE. 1954 Hillman se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition $800.
Phone 83-3 1 1 5 or Coroxal 2192.
FOR SALE: 1955 MGTF. ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Can bo seen in
Hotel El Panama Garage or tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1712 from B to 5 daily
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
V-8 BelAIre Sport Coupe, 205 205-hp.
hp. 205-hp. with power pack, peworgfMe.
electronic radio, large heater,
white sidewall tires. Only S
months old. Excellent condition.
Can be seen at 103-A Albrook.
Phone Albrook 2190.
TV Choreographer Has
NEW YORK (TJP)-Jtin Tav.
lor, a blonde honey who toils off-
camera for Jackie Gleason, faces
me squeeziest assignment in TV
each week trying to pack 32
legs and 16 faces into your TV
Miss Taylor is choreoeranher
for Gleason Saturday night CBSJ
tv oa,sn. as: jpuch, it is her
to maneuver Itr 16 dancers
legs) aid Gleasoh's 16 models
to a reasonably rhythmic
"Ifa hot easy said Miss Tay Taylor
lor Taylor cheerfully. "There are just so
many ways you can move them.
And with all the precision dancing
we do, it all has to be mapped
out pretty carefully. You can real really
ly really wind up in a hopeless mess if
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sponse is pretty good, but it s
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Smith, left, and Frederick Wells congratulate each other on
their recent promotion. Both officers are members of the
Medical Corps (7451). (U.S. Army Photo)
speevak & Wainberg
Tires ts Tubes
HUNDREDS of USED TIRES
ALL SIZES LOW PRICES
12th Straet and Amador Cuarrero Ave Tel. 1087-L
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
PHILLIPS Oceansid Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1 S77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. On mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phon Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
Nicely furnished room with ex excellent
cellent excellent meals. One or 2 persons.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
bath and entrance independent,
for one person. Between 7-9
p.m. Phone 3-6046. 2nd Street.
Perejil (Temistocles Dies Street)
No. 7-189, upstairs.
MILLBURY, Mass. (UP) -Someone
donated a huge wooden
oox to a Boy Scout auction hen
and the Scouts have decided i
isn't always the "best things" in
life that are free. Among other
items in the box was a 120-millimeter
naval shell live. Ordnance
experts carted it off.
Misst Taylor, a former dancer
who switched to choreography aft
er tuberculosis laid her low in
1938, joined forces with Gleason
in 1951. a
"Back then, everybody was
amazed when Jackie wanted to
put 16 dancers on TV. Our budget
only called for them to be used
two weeks, then, we were" going
ut down to eight: But th girls
rme so famous in two weeks.
we coumn t iaae tneni on.
"I had no intention of doing pre precision
cision precision dancing eek after week
You know the part where they
kick all in unison? Well, I didn't
even want to do that I thought
it was a little too much like the
"But Jackie said 'Don't worry
about the Rockettes. The people
in Idaho never get to see them
and that's who you're dancing
"And you know, he was right
again. Funny thing I was sitting
in Radio City recently4 watching
the Rockettes and a httle girl be behind
hind behind me said, 'Look, they're copy copying
ing copying the June Taylor dancers."
FOR SALE: $pmet piano, solid
mahogany, like new, matching
bench. 263 A, Berre Colorado,
JUST RECEIVED new shipment
of Italian skin-diving equipment:
fins, masks and spear-guns, ell
kinds, lowest prices. El Panama,
Mcllvaine Shop, pootside.
FOR SALE: New Home sewing
machine, console modal, $40.
5285 Morrison Street, Diablo
FOR SALE: USED PIANOS'.
Good condition. Reasonably pric priced.
ed. priced. Suitable for students. CASA
ADMIRABLE, the Steinway pia piano
no piano establishment, next to the
HELP WANTED: General
housekeeper and cook by Amer American
ican American family. References necessa necessary.
ry. necessary. Phone Colon 992.
WANTED: Experienced Spanish-English
Permanent employment. ELGA
CAR WANTED: 1951-52 Ford
, or Chevy. Will pay $400 cash.
Bex 859, Ancon, C.Z., or call
Balboa 1304 after 4:30 p.m.
1 Kids' game
4 Kids' pet
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5 Narrow way
12 Malt beverage
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24 Poems 4
20 Birds' hornet
22 Work units
24 Persian poet
7 High note In
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36 Indian weight
40 Girl's title
41 Angle (ab.)
42 Shiny fabric
51 High priest
52 Poker stake
53 Love god
54 Compass point
&5 Every kid
Wants to be
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Expert TV Engineers
25 and 60 CYCLE CONVERSION OUR SPECIALTY
TELERAD As close as your Telephone
Job or Contract
Corner "H" A Darien Sts.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR RENT: Chalet, spacious
grounds, quiet neighborhood 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
3 bedrooms, exceptional position,
"I" Street, El Cangrejo (first
street to the right, entering by
Trans Isthmian Highway, 8th
chalet left hand). Call 2-2718,
Carlos Julio Quijano or 3-0798.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, porch, living-dining
room, pantry, kitchen, garage,
maid's room, $150. Golf Heights
7th Street No. 26. Phone 3 3-4244.
4244. 3-4244. LESSONS
Why sit on the sidelines when
everyone else ti having fun?
Learn to dance with a qualified
instructor, recognized by the
Panama Ministry of Education,
Graduate Instructor of the Ar Ar-thur
thur Ar-thur Murray ; Studios of New
York,, formerly staff-member of
Fred Astaire Studios, now; at El
Panama. Telephone for informa information,
tion, information, 3-1660.
WANTED; Expert cook. Very
good salary. Apply Federico Boyd
Avenue D4-22. rli
Answer to Prevlou Puitlel
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as late as 10:00 p.m.
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MILFORD, Mass. (UP) -Six-yeaMld
Spindel Jr. goes to school elch
day by boat. Bobby lives with his
family on an island in North
Pnnri Rverv mornina his father
takes him to the mainland in his
motorboat. Occasionally the boy
rows a boat between the island
NEWBURYPORT, Mass. -(UP)
- Charles L. Davis, 100, the
nation's oldest druggist, and Hen Henry
ry Henry Bailey Little, 105, the nation's
oldest banker, are High Street
S i m -n i. ;u 1.
Asthma and Bronchitis attacks axa
poisonous to your body, undermlna
your strength, ruin your health, and
waakan your haart. Mandaea quickly
tUrta to work through tha blood to
overcome Asthma and Bronchitia at attacks.
tacks. attacks. Helpa dissolvo strangling mu
us, promotes free, easy breathtna;.
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old and stubborn casas. Get Msndaeo
from any drugstore today, and aea
how much better you slaap and
hrth tonleht. how much Improved
you feel tomorrow. Mendsea fight
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RELAX AND ENJOY
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Mgrtha Rsye Show
I've Got A Secret
Kraft TV Theatre
Encore: Toast of the Town
TUESDAY, Oct. 30, MM
8:00 Armed Force Hour
4:00 Jo Stafford
4:15 Tony Martin Show
4:30 Amateur Hour
5:30 Zoo Parade
4:00 Panorama News Simulcast
7:00 Bob Dimming Show
8:00 Milton Berle
9;00 Big Town
9:30 Dollar A Second
10:00 Studio On
11:05 Encore: Godfrey and hi
"J" St. No. 13-A-30 Tela. 2-2388 2-3143 2-3265
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pairs wonld Imyo Ms home like new.
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US Gets Set To Evacuate American Citizens
From Middle East As Israel Mobilizes Forces
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 (UP)
The United States today set
up machinery for evacuating
American dependents from the
tense Middle Bast and consult consulted
ed consulted with Britain and France on
bow to prevent outbreak of
war there. .,
The government acted swiftly
in the light of reports that there
has been a nearly total mobili mobilisation
sation mobilisation by Israel of ita armed
President Elsenhower said
yesttrday tha United 8Utes
views the situation with "grave
He disclosed that he had
i seat two urgent and personal
appeals to Israel not to touch
off a Middle East war.
The President discussed the
Israeli-Arab crisis in a state statement
ment statement issued from Walter Reed
Army hospital where he was un undergoing
dergoing undergoing a medical checkup.
He said that in messages he
bent Saturday and yesterday
to Israeli Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, be expressed
"grave concern" over Israels
-almost complete" mobillxa mobillxa-iion
iion mobillxa-iion and urged that Israel take
. "no forceful initiative. .which
would endanger the peace.
The President added that al although
though although he knew of no similar
large-scale mobilization by Is Israel's
rael's Israel's Arab neighbors, he had
also "directed that my concern
. .be communicated to the otri otri-er
er otri-er Middle East states urgently
,.,mHnr that they refrain
from any action which
lead to hostilities."
Calm British See
No Mid-East Move
LONDON, Oct. 29 (UP) Brit British
ish British officials maintained a show of
seeming cal over the mideastern
situation today in coastrast with
the urgent United States reaction.
A foreign office spoketman
said there was no intontira at
present of warning British etti etti-sens
sens etti-sens to leave mideastern coun countries.
tries. countries. Such a warning was Issued
to British eltliens .lD Igypt at
the height of the crisis over the
--,. i. it aunim-r.
Some British official! said frink frink-1
1 frink-1 they did not We any new dan danger
ger danger element beyond those which
Cave existed in recent weeks.
They said there had been consi considerable
derable considerable tension for the past lew
weeks which may have been in increased
creased increased by the establishment of
a joint military comma.-- -i -ypt,
Jordan and Syria.
U -Year-Old Dies
At Parents Home
In Balboa Saturday
T.ii .Tnrelvn Hare. 11-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J-o h n
W. Hare, of Balboa, died at 2:15
Saturday afternoon at her home in
B.lkA. Mr Hare is chief Of the
Land License Unit of the Canal
Mr. and Mrs, Hare have three
ether children. They are Jeffrey,
13; Marilyn, 5; and Christopher, 3.
Funeral services will be held at
o'clock Wednesday morning at
Et Mary's Church in Balboa and
interment will follow in Corozal
cemetery. The services wil I be
conducted by Father Michael Wye.
Of Prime Minister
NEW DELHI. Oct. 29. (UP) (UP)-Indian
Indian (UP)-Indian Premier Jawaharlal Nehru
said today he was considering re
signing from office.
"I feel that whether I remain
prime minister or not I can weD
serve my country," Nehru told an
election audience at Jaunpur. The
idea first occurred to him four
years ago, he said.
"Four years ago while leaving
the presidency of the C o n g r ess
Party I decided to be prime Minis Minister,"
ter," Minister," he said. "But I did not like
feeling that nobody eould do my
job except myself, he added.
Weather Or Not
Thii weather resort, for the 24
houn ending I a.m., today, is pre prepared
pared prepared by the MereorelosicaJ and
Hy-rejnphit Branch af the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
(innar harbors )
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30
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MOROCCANS PROTEST ARREST OF REBEL LEADERS Young Moroccan men carrying Al Algerian
gerian Algerian flags, hold an orderly demonstration in Casablanca in protest against the arrest by
the French of five leading Algerian rebels. At least 60 dead were counted in Morocco, victims
of Arab anger over the arrests.
580 COMMUNITY CHEST KEYMEN OPERATING TODAY
ONE OF THE 14 RED FEATHER AGENCIES for which funds
are now being raised In the 1956 Canal Zone Community Chest
Campaign and which serves boths civilian and military com communities
munities communities Is the USO-JWB. This organization has become a
focal point in the community life offering a variety of services
ranging from personnel counseling and guidance tp Isthmus Isthmus-wide
wide Isthmus-wide Table Tennis Tournaments. Picture above is Lt Col.
krZn Bennett chief Special Services, United States Army
KS-S and their adult dependents and civilians from the
Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama and the r adult de de-nendents
nendents de-nendents 8eated at the table, from left to right. Mr David
df Castro Chairman of the USO-JWB Committee of Manage Management
ment Management Mr SdoSS Mendoza, sports editor of El Panama Amer
ira- Rabbi Nathan Witk n, Director of the USO-JWB Armea
Forces I Service Center; Miss Dorothy Brlckman former director
activities USO-JWB: and standing, Mr. Julio David, Chair Chair-man,'
man,' Chair-man,' Fourth Isthmian Table Tennis Committee.
Caribbean Air Command Was First
With Chest' Contribution for 1956
TV,. ranai 7.on Community
Chest today enters its first day
of active solicitation ior iu iu-fbr
fbr iu-fbr 14 different organizations
with a little over seven per cent
of the minimum goal of $35,uou
already in Its coffer.
The first contribution to the
Community Chest fund this
year came from the personnel
assigned to the Caribbean Air
Command. A gift of 2,530.53
which represented a sizeable
increase over last year in the
total contribution to the Chest
from Air Force personnel, was
actually donated weeks ago
soon after CAirC completed its
own successful "Single Pack Package"
age" Package" campaign.
The first contribution from the
civilian community in the drive
formally launched yesterday was
received last week when an ear early
ly early anonymous donor deposited
five dollars to the credit of the
Community Chest at the Chase
Manhattan Bank of cnstoDai.
Practically every one of the
14 Community Chest organiza organizations
tions organizations serve both the civilian and
One of these, the Jewish Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Board-USO at Balboa has
become a focal point in the
community life of the Canal
Zone with approximately 150. 150.-000
000 150.-000 people yearly, both milita military
ry military and civilian, regardless of
religions denomination, ut liz liz-ing
ing liz-ing the facilities available 365
days of the year.
The USO-JWB provides a
meeting place for more than a
dozen social, religious and cul cultural
tural cultural organizations.
Director is Rabbi Nathan Wit-
kin who also serves as Field
Representative for the National
Jewish Welfare Board, Armed
Services Division, Caribbean
Command, and as Auxiliary
Chaplain, United States Army
Caribbean Air Command.
Music enthusiasts find pleas
ure in the monthly concerts of
the "cultural center" which pre
sents outstanding North Amer American
ican American and Latin American artists.
Arranged in cooperation with
the Canal Zone Art League, tne
JWB f allery houses tri-weekly
art exniDKs leaiuring me wors
of local artists.
Batea Decorating Classes re reveal
veal reveal the ancient culture of Pan Panama
ama Panama through its decorative use
of archaeological designs; and
the native folklore dance class classes,
es, classes, under the diredtipn of ac accomplished
complished accomplished Panamanian dance
teachers, add an inter-cultural
Classes In Spanish conversa conversation
tion conversation are popular with the mili military
tary military and residents of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone who are anxious to
learn the language of their
The newest addition to the
USO-JWB Club has been its
amateur rad o station, KZ5JW,
which fc operated in coopera cooperation
tion cooperation with the Canal Zone Am Amateur
ateur Amateur Radio Association. Via
KZ5JW, messages from serv servicemen
icemen servicemen and their dependents
are relayed to the United
States and direct contact made
with famil es and friends.
Military patients at Gorgas
and Coco Solo Hospitals, through
the courtesy of the Red Cross
Grey Ladies, receive message
blanks so that they, too, may
send messages to their families
in the United states via the a
imateur radio sUuUon which is at
Armed with retailed data ahnutE
the t'aniir 7sn Tommunitv Chest,
and the 14 organizations joined to together
gether together .in the "single package"
campaign, some 580 keymen oper
ating as members of the Gover-i
nor's Council for Voluntary Giv Giving,
ing, Giving, to begin carrying the 195 6
appeal for funds throughout the
Beginning tomorrow the key key-men
men key-men from every division will sub-
mil a aaiiy report on tne per
centage of partclpation being ex
penenced in the drive aimed at
securing wider support for the ex extension
tension extension of services provided t h e
community through the 14 Chest
A partial list of solicitors en engaged
gaged engaged in this year's campaign fol follows:
lows: follows: Marine Bureau M. L. Scantle Scantle-bury,
bury, Scantle-bury, 0. V. Davis, A. A. Lopez,
G. H. Waithe I. D. Paddyfoot, S.
A. Neblett, G. I. Thompson, F A
Ehrnwm, H S. Gaskin, E. T. Git Git-tens,
tens, Git-tens, Louis Gelate, A. E. Rickets,
E. S. Roberts, George Bailey,
Charles Gordon, J. R. Yptcha, W.
R. Neblett, L. Kariger, D. L. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, F. J. Berest, J. E. Borden,
L. T. Schuberg, F. R. Trout, J H
Keuter, H. O. Engeleke, R. G. Pe Peterson,
terson, Peterson, F H. Olsen, A. G. Rulr Rulr-ner,
ner, Rulr-ner, J. C. DeYoung. V. C. Lash-
ley, S. T. Spence, G. E. Casls, C.
M Inniss, K. D. Bowen, R. A Car
ter, and William Jump
w. L. wey, Gladys B. Humph
rey, c. c. Clement, Hubert Hart,
H. H. Shirk, G. L. Radel, R. J.
Blair, E. S. Mornhinweg, G. A. Ro Roland,
land, Roland, V N. Harper, W. A Kieten,
Jackpot V-C Will
Hit Allanlic Side
Jackpot V-C, the last of a ser
les of disaster control exercies to
be conducted this year by Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command, wih get underway
shortly after 8 a.m. tomorrow.
The disaster scene, wnlch will
be created by the Commandant,
15th Naval District, will be on the
Atlantic side of the Isthmus.
Commanding General, USARCA
RIB, will be responsible for the
relief forces. The disaster control
forces will .comprise military and
distaff personnel from Forts Gu-
nck and Davis and from Coco
solo Naval Station.
in addition, one advance con control
trol control point echelon numbering a a-bout
bout a-bout 250 persons from the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side civil defense area will
As in the last exercise, Jack Jackpot
pot Jackpot V-B, the public will partici participate
pate participate by taking passive defensive
measures during the alert penod.
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FOUR DIG IN CRASH Flames
which four men were killed when the vehicle smashed into
the concrete base of a light pole on New York's West Side
hlphwajrrThe driver John Rios, of Hoboken, N.J.. wits thr
only survivor and he is In critical condition.
AN INDEPENDENT tHEN DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Criminal cases filod by the of office
fice office of the United State D i
trict Attorney for the Canal Zone
have increased more than 144
per cent during the last two fis fiscal
cal fiscal years.
This lact was revealed by Dis District
trict District Attorney Rowland K. Hazard
in a report submitted to the Office
of the Attorney General.
Criminal complaints received
by the local DA have also risen
sharply since fiscal 1954. There
has been a corresponding rise in
In connection with the report,
0. Modestin, F. F. Hormechea,
L. M. Scott, N. W. Hinds, E. C.
Johnson, L. D. Bellamy, G. A
Saums, G Rojas, C. Powelett, N
G. baker. B. G. Tipton, Mrs. L. K
Allen, J. F. Dletz, Mrs. G. K.
Field, R C. O'Neal, R R Will,
M. F. Dunn, J. K. Wheaton, C. J.
Hurley, H. F. Mignott, D. S. Hen
ry. W, A. Collins, T. L. Archbold,
F N. Holgerson, V. Guerrero, and
C. M. Richards.
Transportation and Terminals
(Bureau W. R. Graham, E. E
Albritton, Mrs. E. J. Benson, R
H. Walker, R. S. Wood, D. R.
Brayton, G. H. Hartley, H. C.
Hotz, W H. Anderson, 0. M. Ra
mey, J. J. Belcourt, J. F. Dough
erty,. W. D. Goodwin. H. Akers. H
H. Vickers, T. A. Albritton, I. K
Meier, B Dorfman, Mrs. Mar
guerite Tribe, W. R. Byrd, V. V.
Swaby. Charles S. Smith, Mrs. D.
Wilson, Mrs. D. Barfleld, M. E
Stone, F. R. Samuels, J. A. Coli
na, C. F. Osborn, V. S. Deane,
S Roberts, C. C. Lucas, H. Dun
can, H. Moise, James Barrett, E
F. Hav. E. J. Atherton. E. W
Best, W. R. Fender E. Leslie L.
E. Snedeker, C. D. Lashley, C E.
Staples, Fern L. Herndon. Vilma
A. Paredes, Rex 0. Hni6ght
George L. Ford, C. A. Armstrong,
Juan R. Griffin, A. D. Lord H. V.
Cameron, Jack Kaplan, and Louis
RP Begins Observance Of Centennial
Of Founding Father s Birth Tonight
A cultural program presented
this evening at the National Thea Theater
ter Theater under the auspices of the Liceo
de Seftoritas (Girls Lyceum) will
mark the first of a series of civic
programs commemorating the
centennial anniversary observance
of the birthday of President Car Carlos
los Carlos Antonio Mendoza. Magistrate
Ricardo A. Morales will be the
principal 1 speaker.
Dr. Mendoza was one of the
prime movers in the revolt which
set the Isthmus free from Colombian-rule.
He was the author of
Panama's Act of Independence
and is regarded as one of the
country's greatest political lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Dr. Mendoza distinguished him himself
self himself as a statesman, jurist, journal
ist and orator. Born in one of the
undernrivileeed sectors of this ci
ty, he attended the local public
schools then completed his educa
tion in Colombia. He held numer
ous appointive and elective posts
with Panama as a state of coiom
bla and -since its independence.
Public and private schools will
render tribute to the memory of
President Mendoza tomorrow
leap from an automobile In
PANAMA, B. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1956
Hazard received from Attorney
General Herbert Browne!! a letter
dated Oct. 23, commending the
record of the office. Brownell said
The disposition of the substan
tial amount of litigation is most
encouraging for. a s you know, the
Department of Justice conducted
an intensive drive during the past
year to reduce the government
case backlog by at least 25 per
cent. This drive was eminently
successful and the overal reduc
tion at the end of the fiscal year
totaled 5208 cases.'
"Commenting on the probation
practices in the Canal Zone,
"I am pleased to see that in
the absence of a Juvenile Court
or other procedure for handling
juvenile offenders in the Canal
one, you have utilized where
ever possible the system of unof unofficial
ficial unofficial probation whrch The Unit Unit-ad
ad Unit-ad States Attorney has discre discretion
tion discretion to use.
"A total of 27 juveniles was plac
ed on unofficial probation (in the
Zone) last year under this plan,
which averts the stigma of a cn
minal record against youthful of
fenders and gives them an oppor
tunity to rehabilitate themselves.
I agree with you that it is most
satisfying to observe such young
people ultimately develop into
useful and respected citizens."
The report noted that the Zone
population consists of some 38,000
r . -i i il
persons, not mciuamg me mini minify,
fy, minify, but that since there is com
Dlete freedom of movement be
tween the Republic of Panama
and the Zone the number of per
sons who enter the Zone from the
Republic is a factor in the court
Hazard's report also said that
though the District Court here is
not a naturalization court, it had
processed and naturalized 1 2 7
members of the armed Services
under a special law. But the law
expired Dec. 31, 115$, so this
procedure has bean disconti
The report said in part:
Dr. CARLOS A. MINDOZA
when they dedicate a special les
son to him.
In the evening at 8 o'clock, Pa
nama s newspapermen s Union
will hold a commemorative act at
the Casa del Periodista. Newsoa
per publisher Samuel Lewis, Is the
On Wednesday, the date on
which Dr. Mendoza was actually
born, several exercises will be ob
served in honor of the occasion.
These include radio programs
and newspaper articles In the lo local
cal local press relating to the life of one
of the Republic's founders. At 8
o'clock a commemorative plaque
will be unveiled at the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration of the new Carlos A. Mendoza
Floral offerings will be placed
at the foot of the bust of the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished Panamanian leader at
a.m. -lomingo H. Turner, one
of, Mendoza 's journalistic collabor collaborators,
ators, collaborators, will be the speaker.
This act will be Mowed by a
pilgrimage to Mendoza's tomb
where floral tokens will be laid.
The oration wilf be delivered by
Enrique J. Sosa, head of the Fine
The Municipal Council, of which
Dr. Mendoza was once a member.
will honor his memory in a special
session at 4 p.m. during which a
painted portrait of the revolutiona revolutionary
ry revolutionary Liberal leader will be unveiled.
The council will be adressed by
Minister of Agriculture and Com Commerce
merce Commerce Victor Navas.
"Although a number of the pro
.,i1a. k ttj j ct i
risiuiia ui uie umieu aiaie Viiiiu-
nal Code are applicable to a'nd
within this jurisdiction, the great
majority of the criminal matters
handled by this office come within
the provisions of the Canal Zone
"UnBke the United states Attor
neys in the United States, we pro
secute all criminal actions in the
name of the Government of the
"The criminal work of this office
increased during the past year as
indicated by the following fig
"Criminal complaints received
during fiscal 154 were 2221, dur during
ing during 1955 they rota to 274, and
rose again in 1954 to 319.
"Criminal cases filed rote
from 107 in 1954, to 151, in 155,
and again to 244 in fiscal 1954.
"Criminal catet terminated
were 104 in 1954, 15 in 1955 and
231 in 1954.
"As of June 30-, 1956, there were
only two criminal matters pendm
in this office which we had h a i
more than two weeks, excepting,
of course, cases involving fugitives
from this jurisdiction, defendants
For Frank Mollher
Memorial services for Frank R.
Mofther, retired Panama Canal
architect, who dies in Gorgas Hos
pital Thursday night, will be held
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Luke's
Cathedral in Ancon. The services
will be conducted by the Very
Rev. Mainert J. Peterson, Dean of
The family has requested that
no flowers be sent and that
those who desire may contibute
to the Heart Fund.
Mr. Mplther's son, Francis A.
Molther, who reside! in the United
States, arrived on the isthmus
during the weekend. In addition to
his son, he is survived by his wife
and an adopted daughter, Mario
A resident of the Isthmus for the
oast 27 years, Mr. Molther retir
ed from the Canal organization in
October 1955. He had been a mem
ber of the Plant Inventory and Ap
Charles Wilson Campbell, 26,
an American soldier, was fined
$25 In Balboa Magistrate's Court
today on a charge ol recxiess
driving. The offense occurred on
Loitering around the ferry
ramp netted a conviction ior
Carlos Augustus Innis, 23, Pana
manian- Imposition of sentence
was suspended on the condition
that he break no law of the Ca
nal Zone and stay away from the
Trespassing In the commls
sary was the offense for which
Jose Felix Prado, 20, Panama
nian. nald a $10 fine, as did
Oladvs Elba Duran, 20, Pana
A stop-sign violation cost Josi
Arturo Alvarado, 40, Salvado
sooting tnrougn trash cans
on Barneby Street resulted in
conviction of vagrancy Jot Al
berto de Leon Boyce, 36, Pana
manlan, but Imposition of sen
tence was suspended.
Failure to have his bus In
soected cost Gregorio Ouardla,
ILA, NY Shippers
NEW YORK, Oct.. (UP) (UP)-Negotiators
Negotiators (UP)-Negotiators meet again today on
a new contract between Interna
tional Longshoreman's Association
and the New York Shipping As Association.
sociation. Association. Both sides have expressed hope
a settlement can be reached be before
fore before expiration of the current
contract, at midnight Wednesday.
The talks at the Federal Med Mediation
iation Mediation officers here involve wages,
welfare benefits and working con conditions.
ditions. conditions. Both parties have set a a-side
side a-side temporarily the question of
whether the pact should cover
Longeshoremen on the Atlantic
and Guff Coasts as well or only
New York dockc worker. The
lis demanded the former, the ship shippers
pers shippers the latter.
sfory on page 6
in the custody of other" authority..
i : t i :
anu mailers involving certain 1U
veniles who are required to report!
at regular intervals to this office!
we disposed of one of the pend-1
ing matters mentioned above dur-l
ing the first week in July by ob4
taining a conviction of the de
fendant. The other pending mati
ter may be disposed of in the neafl
future by transfer to another dial
trlct for trial.
"With reference to civil mat mat-tort,
tort, mat-tort, we have the duty of prose prosecuting
cuting prosecuting or defending at trial
counsel for the United Statat ail
civil litiaation. suits sr nrr4.
ingt in the Canal Zone which in-1
iu- i :, ei as
'" "w whim arin a a pan
"Further, this office has the re
sponsibility of collecting fines
penalties, forfeitures, and other fi
nancial obligations owed the Unit
ed States, and representing t he
united Mates in ail other civil
matters within the district.
"In addition, we advise the Gov
ernor of the Canal Zone, upon re
ouest, on matters pertaining ti
the office of Governor. During th
year ending June 30, .1956, this of
fice handle 77 civil matters an
represented the United Statis
six civil cases. .
"It s dbserved, as a matt
possible interest, that no appea
involving the United' States as
party have been taken from thai
District during the year."
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