The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1956

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BRANIFF

British Jet Bombers Attack Cairo

3 Davis GIs Held
After Pics Death
Three soldiers are beirg held in custody by Army
authorities in connection with the death of Pfc. Jose A.
Mercado, who was found dead on Sept. 26 at Ft. Davis,
it was confirmed today.
Being held are Sp3 Ricardo L Valles, 21, Sp3
Andres 0. Castro, 20, and Sp 3 Gilbert Hernandez, 22".

Mercado was found lying face
down in a drainage ditch in five
inches of water. He was discov discovered
ered discovered by a paper boy at about 6
a.m. on Sept. 26.
Autopsy records indicate that
Mercado's death was caused by
drowning.
The three men were taken in into
to into custody Friday and are being
held in the stockade at Ft. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Investigation is continuing In
the case, the Army announced.
Valles is from Boulder, Colo.,
Castro from Gadsden, Ariz., and
Hernandez from Galveston, Tex.
Mercado, the dead man, was
Irom Columbia station, Ohio.
He was assigned to Company
K of the 20th Infantry at the
time of his death.
Anchor flankers
Remind Gridfans
Of Game Friday
Canal Zone sleuth,
A.
vere given
something; to solve t
when an anchor ne
formed and about 1
appeared on the si
Hill.
The anchor, says general
consensus, is a reminder of
Friday night's game between
Balboa High School and the
Junior College, which since
1943 has been played for pos possession
session possession of a f've-foot high
wooden anchor with the score
painted upon it. )
The anchor disappeared re recently
cently recently from Balboa high school
which had possession of it.
The anchor on Sosa Hill, pre presumably
sumably presumably cut last night, faces the
Administration Building.

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Canal Zonians Can Start Applying
For '57 License Plates Tomorrow

Applications for the 1957 Canal
Zone vehicle registration and li license
cense license plates may he filed with the
License Section beginning tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow it. has been announced by the
License Scctio.
The 1957 application blanks,
which are light green, in color,
nay be obtained with self-adress-ed
envelopes from all Canai Zone
tasoline and Police stations, the
icense Section office, and from
the office of. the Police Driver Ex Examiner
aminer Examiner in Building No. 1029 in
Cristobal.
Preparation of the form and fee
data is covered by instructions on
the application blanks and is sim similar
ilar similar to that for 1956. Before submit submitting
ting submitting applications, either in person
or by mail, car owners should
make sure that both halves are
completed and signed, and the cor cor-rent
rent cor-rent fee with the current of last
registration receipt is enclosed. If
the registration receipt x;arnnot be
furnished an additional fee of 50
cents is required. During the time
that the registration is being re
newed, the requirement that a reg registration
istration registration receipt be carried in the
vehicle, Is waived.
In case of liens, the 57 regis registration
tration registration receipts must continue to
bear lienholders name until writ written
ten written proof is presented to the Li License
cense License Section that the lienholder
has been paid.
As in the past, registration fees
will be $5 for personal passenger
vehicles; $2 for personal motorcy motorcycles
cles motorcycles or motorscooters; 4 for trail
RP Man Sentenced
On Conduct Charge
Disorderly conduct was the
.charge on which Ramon Pinto,
Jr., 24, Panamanian, was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced in Balboa Magistrate's Court
today to a term of 30- days in
Jail.
The specific charge ggaipst Pin Pinto
to Pinto was that he offered himself to
an adult male or an unnatural
sex act.
The man he chose to approach
happened to be a Canal Zone po-j
liceman. I

Police Birdwatching
Sick (!) Pelican
Grounded at Balboa Heights
since yesterday afternoon, an un unhappy
happy unhappy looking pelican was still
sitting under a tree at noon to today.
day. today. Thert being no Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
hereabouts, there seemed noth nothing
ing nothing passersby could do except
hope it will recover from what whatever
ever whatever causes its distress.
' Police say they are keeping an
eye on the bird, but sine it is
doing no harm they are- not mo molesting
lesting molesting it. v-

Poor Coupe Up
For Grabs Fri.
One Chevrolet coupe, its condi
tion branded as "very poor," will
be knocked down by Canal Zone
police to the highest bidder at 0
a.m. on rrmay.
The sale will take place at Bal-
police station, but prospective
who wish to mspegtthe
visit the Motor Trtws-
portation Division (corral) en
Gaillaftf Highway.
The COupe was taken into cus
tody as an abandoned vehicle on
Aug. 22.
Duds Lose Stripper
NEWARK. N.J. Oct. 31
A blonde, stripteaser complained
Monaay gne lost her clothes invo involuntarily.
luntarily. involuntarily. Grace Reed told police
her wardrobe was taken from her
apartment while she was on stage
at a burlesque theater
r i
ers; $16 for commercial busses
and trucks; and $5 for commercial
trailers.
Applicants should make money
orders payable to the Treasurer,
Panama Canal Company. Curren
auuuiu nui uc mauea.
Applicants who forward their ap
plications ueiore iov. 16 win have
a chance to participate in the an annual
nual annual public drawing for low li
cense plate numbers which will be
hell af. 8:30 a.m. Nov. 16 in the
License Section office. The low
numbers will be drawn from appli applications
cations applications received up to that date.
Although applications will be re received
ceived received any time after tomorrow,
the new 1957 hcense plates, which
will have light yellow numbers on
a black background, will not be
mailed until Dec. 1, when they
may be -used on vehicles. Across
the counter issues also will begin
Dec. 1 at the License Section.
The 1956 licenses will expire at
midnight Dec. 31.
4-Cents-Per-Hour
Hike For Workers
Of Armed Forces
The Department of Defense in
Washington today ann o u n e ed
their semi-annual pay adjustment
for wage board employes of the
U.w. Armed Forces in the Canal
Zone, which will bring an aver average
age average four cents an hour increase
to all such employes effective
November 4th.
The semi-annual pay adjust
ments are a direct result of wage
rate surveys conducted each
spring and fall by governmental
agencies in tha. United States to
determine the current scales be being
ing being paid by similar commercial
activities for the same type work.
At noon today Local 595 of
the National Federation of
Federal Employes reported it
had information from nation national
al national headquarters that for Navy
employes in the second step
the across-the-board raise
would be 54 cents an hour.

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HALLOWEEN ANGEL Sue Hartman Is one of the many Zone
children who will be collecting pennies for the United Nation'
Children's Fund as part of theltfwnjun this evening
t 5 p.m. today Beverly Duehler and David Fisher will appear
0ft CFN-TV to explain how the UNlCSiF coins will help to re
' lieve distress among children throughout" the world. Participate
ing in the UNICEF program this year are the Cathedral of St.
Luke, the Balboa Union Church, the unitarian Society and
Quarry Heights.

Panama Starts
Birthday Party
Panama government employes
started a long six-day weekend
today as the country geared it itself
self itself for the observance of Pana Panama'
ma' Panama' 53rd year of independence
from Colombia on Saturday.
However. Panama City banks
will rpmain ocen tomorrow, as
they did today. Panama banks will
be closed Friday and saturaay
but will be oDen for business Mon
day morning."
Ranks in Pnlnn will remain clos
ed Mnndav. as the citv observes
fnlnn Ttav ac a nartft the inde-
v m "j f
Ipendenc festivities.
Todays civic holiday was an
intra day added to the tradition traditional
al traditional patriotic and religious holi holidays
days holidays at this time of the year.
The observance of the centen centen-tennial
tennial centen-tennial of the birth of Dr. Carlos
A. Mendoxa, third President of
''the Republic, was the reason for
the extra holiday. The late pres president
ident president was one of the men who
drafted the Republic's declara declaration
tion declaration of independence.
Tmnnrn.w will hp nhserveri as
both as the Day of the, National
Afl..,, nrt rhUAron'c Hav Phil-
drcn will be treated throughout
the day to free movies, rides on
fire trucks and police cars, and a
program of entertainment ai me
Olympic Stadium.
c 10 inn kmc if ranrlv
WIIIW
wjlt-be distributed during the
prWam, which gets underway
at 4 p.m. Activities will also in include
clude include sack races, a greated pole,
square dances and police motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle races and trick riding.
Friday. Memorial Day. will be-
tfin at a n.m. with reouiem mass
in memory of the Independence
Soldiers at the Metropouian ca ca-tlirdral
tlirdral ca-tlirdral Churrh. followed bv a oil-
erimage, led by President Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr., to the tomns ot
the founding lathers. Swimming
races will be held in the late aft
ernoon.
The traditionary Independence
Day parade Saturday is expecting
its biggest crowd in years, owing
to an innovation introduced by the
Panama Lions Club, which was
entrusted with the job of organiz organizing
ing organizing the parade.
Approximately 36 floats depict
ing Panama industrial and agri agricultural
cultural agricultural growth will be included in
the parade, with student delega delegation
tion delegation from all Panama City schools
and civic organizations taking
part
The parade is s-cheduled to -start
from the Bella Vista Thea Theater
ter Theater at 9 a.m. following the tradi traditional
tional traditional salute te flag by student

Celebrating;

Ends Monday
delegations at Independence Pla Plaza
za Plaza opposite the Municipal Coun Council
cil Council building. The parade rout
will be along the entire length
of Central Ave., with President
de la Guardia reviewing the
march from a special stand e e-rected
rected e-rected at Fifth of May Plaza.
Saturday will also be narked
with the reading of the Declara Declaration
tion Declaration of Independence at a solemn
session of the Panama Municipal
Council, followed by a reception.
Later, forme. Minister of Gov
ernment Alejandro de la Guardia,
who was chosen by President de
la Guardia to represent him as
standard-bearer for the day, will
be host at a luncheon with the
Governor Alberto A 1 e m a n and
Mayor Jose A. Cajar Escala and
the City Council as guest of hon honor.
or. honor. The Flag Day parade Sunday
i also scheduled to start at 9
a.m., with firemen, policemen,
schools, civic organizations and
the Canal Zone Veterans of For Foreign
eign Foreign Wars and American Legion
participating.
Mayor Cajar Escala, in whose
kitchen the flag will spend the
night Sunda. according to custom
established In 1903, will offer a re
ception during the afternoon for
the Governor, the municipal coun council
cil council and other officials.
The day will wind up with pub public
lic public and private dances all over the
city.
Monday the festivities will move
to Colon, where a parade and oth other
er other activities have been scheduled,
with the participation of Panama
city and state officials and schools.
American Fined
For Drunk Driving
Operating a truck while he
was intotoxicated resulted in a
$100 fine and a 10 day suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence for John Crawford,
61, American, in Balboa Mages Mages-trate's
trate's Mages-trate's Cpurt today.
Suspension of the jail term was
contingen' upon Crawford's pay paying
ing paying all the damatrPK nf an srH.
dent he caused on Diablo road,
and also on his not being found
suilty of breaking any law or re regulation
gulation regulation of the Canal Zone.
He was put on probation for a

year.
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Navy Exports
US Citizens In
Egypt Jordan
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, Oct. 31-
(UP) The United States rushed
additional transports to Egypt to
day to step up the evacuation of
American ciizens in the steadily
deteriorating situation in the Mid
dle East.
The American export liner
Exochorda sailed fron. Alexan Alexandria
dria Alexandria for Naples this morning
with 400 evacuees. The U.S. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Cairo said five Naval
auxiliary transports had arrived
to evacuate Americans getting
out of Egypt on the "urgent" ad advance
vance advance of the U.S. State Depart Department.
ment. Department. The Embassy said staff person personnel
nel personnel are alerting the 1,600 Ameri Americans
cans Americans still in Egypt. More than 1, 1,-000
000 1,-000 in Cairo will be transported
in a convoy to Alexandria tonight.
All were advised to remain indoors
meantime.
The Cairo evacuees will include
all the officers of the Embassy
except "essential personnel," a
spokesman said..
P American nationals also are be being
ing being evacuated from Jordan and
Syria as well as from Israel.
Legion Takes Title
To Spot Where
Pyle Was Killed
'". tWfcfcJlHrmawa. Oct. WfVP'C
The American Legion will take ti
tle today to the patch of land on
nearby Ie Shima Island where
Ernie Pyle wasr killed during the
final battle of World War II, it was
announced today.
A small wooden sign put up by
U.S. soldiers marks the spot where
the famed war correspondent was
cut down by Japanese gunfire. "At
this spot, the 77th Infantry Divi Division
sion Division lost a friend, Ernie Pvle, A A-pril
pril A-pril 19, 1945," the sign states.
Honor Roll
The following divisions of
the Panama Canal Company Company-Canal
Canal Company-Canal Zone Government have
reported 100 per cent partici participation
pation participation in the 1956 Canal Zone
Community Chest Drive
meaning that every employe
in that unit has made some
contribution to the drive:
Controller's Office.
Budget and Rates Division.
Treasury Branch.

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JUNIOR FROGMAN: The pride of Albrook Air Force Base
swimming circles is 2Vi year-old Chris Hoik, son of Capt. (Doc (Doctor)
tor) (Doctor) and Mrs. Herbert C. Hoik. The pint-sized paddler has the
distinction of being the youngest swimmer awarded a "red
patch" for swimming proficiency at Albrook and reportedly
an the entire Isthmus. Here, Chris prepares to demonstrate
his ability. Dr. Hoik, Base Veterinary, has been coaching Chris
for approximately a year.

Radio Reports Incendiaries,
High Explosives Dropped

CAIRO Oct. 31 (UP) Cairo Radio announced today that BritisS
jet bombers attacked the city at 7 p.m. with incendiary and high explo explosive
sive explosive bombs. The R.A.F. bombers took off from Cyprus 12 hours after
the expiration of the Anglo-French "ultimatum on Suez."
Transport planes were reported ready to take off from Cyprus with'
French and British paratroops.
- Meanwhile, in the House of Commons in London, British Prime Minister Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden refused to reveal plans for backing up the "auit fiahrina" ultimatum

which Egypt has rejected.

As he entered the House, Eden was greeted by cheers from his conservative sup supporters,
porters, supporters, and a swelling roar of "Resign" from the opposition Socialists.
An Egyptian army communique issued in Cairo today said heavv finhtinn ic

going on in the AI Auja area near Abu Ogeila where Israeli forces launched three suc successive
cessive successive attacks between yesterday afternoon and early this morning.

tgypnun rurces, ine tommumque saia, repuisea me
heavy losses, including four tanks."

But Israel today claimed a major victory over Egyptian
forces in the Sinai desert and said her troops reached tan
miles of the Suez Canal.
An Israeli communique issued in Jerusalem said Egypt Egyptian
ian Egyptian forces in the Sinai desert were "virtually engulfed."
Israel reported her mobile armored forces today reach reached
ed reached inside the "ultimatum line." This is Eden's "neutral

ized" zone ten miles each
The communique .did not
forcer

W.td 1He "uHima

The Egyptian communique
al6o said the destroyer Ibrahim
Awal, after bombarding Haifa
airport, was engaged by four
Israeli ships and aircraft and
the captain decided to scuttle
the ship following damage re received.
ceived. received. The communique said Egyp
tian air force bombers attacked
Israeli airfields.
The Oker, Ramad and Bazen
airfields wre "seriously damag damaged,"
ed," damaged," the clmmunique said, and
"heavy damage" inflicted on
others. All Egyptian planes re returned
turned returned safely, the communique
said.
The cemmunique said Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian fighter planes shot down
ten Israeli Jets in two aerial
dogfights today.
The first battle started when
Egyptian fighters caught Israeli
planes trying to attack Egyptian
land forces. Seven Israeli planes
were shot down in this scrap,
the communique said.
The second fight was be between
tween between six Israeli Mystere jets,
attacking an Egyptian airfield,
and four Egyptian Migs. The

side of the Suez

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Israelis lost three planes
Egypt two, the communique
said.
The communique said Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian jet fighters, in another
swoop, attacker, enemy concen concentrations
trations concentrations on the Egyptian border
and destroyed nine armored
troop carriers, IS armored cars
and tanks.
"Heavy damage" was Inflicted
on others, the communique said.
The concentrations were en
emy reinforcements, called up
because of serious casualties in
flicted on the attacking Israeli
spearheads, the communique
said.
An amphibious force of land landing
ing landing craft and truckloads of
British soldiers left Malta while
British naval vessels including
aircraft carriers and a French
Paraiso Residents
Can Still Submit
Equipment Lists
Residents of the town of Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso may still add items of house
hold equipment to the Inventory
made several months ago in antici
pation of the conversion of the
electrical system to 60 cycle
current, It was announced Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at Balboa Heights.
The extension of time in the
Paraiso area is possibfe because of
delays in arrival of equipment
needed by the contractor which
will defer conversion of the town
for several weeks beyond the or original
iginal original schedule.
Residents of Paraiso, however,
are still bound by the "90 day
cut off period" and will be notifi notified
ed notified when this date has arrived.
This 90 day period is necessary
for the contractor to have time to
procure the necessary parts for
conversion of the household elec electrical
trical electrical equipment or addition of
any such equipment must, how however,
ever, however, continue to be reported to
the Power Conversion Project at
Balboa Heights. The responsibility
of the correctness of the house household
hold household inventory of electrical equip equipment
ment equipment rests with each individual
occupant.
The Centril Area conversion
contract, of which Paraiso is a
par., was originally scheduled to
start in Gamboa in October. The
contract is held by L. R. Sommer.
Because of delays in receipt of
necessary parts for conversion,
the work will probably not be
started until January, although
the start may be earlier if enough
equipment arrives.
Gamboa townsite will be con converted
verted converted first, followed by Summit
and Paraiso, in thvt order.
dvance notice will be given to
each householder before electrical
equipment is to be converted.

arracks causing the enemy
;

battleship gathered
danger area.
in the
CI?arleuS, ?eihtIey. com commander
mander commander in chief of Middle East
land forces since 1958, was in
overall command of. the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French operation.
The 55-year-oji general wai
?mmand of British forces in.
lo-
Sue Canal are
Britain and France had de demanded
manded demanded that Israel and Egypt
stop fighting and withdraw to
lines ten miles back from the
caanl.
Israel gave a conditional ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance pinned on Egypt's an.
swer. Egypt flatly rejected the
ultimatum and appealed to the
world for support.
The two nations wielded a
twin veto in the Security Coun Council
cil Council last night Britain for the
first time to block an Ameri American
can American move to order the withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of Israeli troops from Egypt,
The strange action found the
United States paired with Soviet
Russia, Soviet Russia paired with
Nationalist China.
Suez, Port Said, the canal's
northern terminus and the mid midway
way midway canal city of Ismailia were
Anglo-French targets of epual
priority. Who holds those three
points controls the canal.
The final decision to send Anglo-French
forces against Egypt
was taken in a conference last
night at 10 Downing Street.
Eden's home, in close consulta consultation
tion consultation with French Premier lluy
Mollet.
There were these major de developments:
velopments: developments: LONDON The House of QHB QHB-mons
mons QHB-mons gave Eden a vote of confi confidence
dence confidence on his policy last night bj
a vote of 270 to 218. The House
had just heard Foreign Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Selwyn Lloyd tell theun the
Israelis were "within very close
distance of Suez."
PARIS The National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly gave Mollet a vote of 380 to
191. approving his action despite
a warning by former Premier
Pierre Mendes-Prance that "'we
are perhaps on the verge ef a
general war."
LONDON. Communist diplo diplomats
mats diplomats warned that "volunteers"
from the Soviet Union and other
countries could be expected to
oour into the Middle East if
France and Britain Invade the
Suez Canal Zone.
A similar warning was attri attributed
buted attributed last summer to Soviet
Communist Party boss Nikita S.
Khrushchev.
Suez Disturbance
Causes Rerouting
Of 'Kungsholm'
The luxury liner Kungsholra
which was to have touched at the
Isthmus in the course of a winter
world cruise, has been re routed
because of the disturbed conditions
in the Suez area, it was announc announced
ed announced today.
Instead of circling the globe, the
big passenger ship will confine iti
cruising to the east and we si
coast of Central and South Ameri America.
ca. America. The Kungsholm is due to sail
from N-;w York Jan. 6. She wiB
call at the San Bias Islands on
Jan. 13 and is due to transit tiu
Canal southbound Jan. 14.

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WHOSE SPORTSMANSHIP?

MonMIno a Proud Bulldon's letter in last Friday's Mail Bex,

on the night of the Junior College and Cristobal High School game

I was one of the witnesses to tne sporwmansnip ana syru pin
out by both teams. Was the writer of that letter?
1 would like to ask him six questions:
1. Would It tear his heart out to see- the honors go to C.H.S.
2 II C.H.S. doesn't play like a team, what does it play like?
3. Who are you? Put yourself in Milton Grover's shoes. All
he thinks about is football. He eats, sleeps and Tives football, and
I was the boy who put his shoulder out of place by an accident.
It was after practice, and I wish it had happened to me instead of
him. If A Proud Bulldog or any other person would like to know
how it happened, call Cristobal 2992 and I will tell you the whoU
tory. (Just so A Proud Bulldog is happy). As for our stoprtsman-
ship. I will say we still have, it. It's lust that you haven't no noticed
ticed noticed it
4. But even if you we haven't shown it yet, when was the
last time Balboa showed it?
5. Did thay show it last Thursday night when the Athletic
Club ran over them? Grover came up to me after the game that
night and told me about all the Balboa boys who came up to him
and apologized for the proud Bulldogs.
6. How proud are you now?
Bob Lowe.

THE TOURIST TRADE

Sir:

The recent decision bv the U. S. Congress to eliminate the

10 tax on transportation to Central America makes it impera imperative
tive imperative for the Republic of Panama to make the strongest possible
effort toward securing a larger slice of the tourist trade than
was possible heretofore.
' Before the elimination of the 10 tax above mentioned,
tourist vessels, in order to avoid payment of the tax, were
obliged to visit two South America ports before calling in Cen Central
tral Central America: with the result that tourists, while their pockets
were still bulging with money, naturally spent most of their
cash in Curacao and any other South America port so visited.
By the time these visitors arrive here, we get the left-overs.
In any plan to organize an improvement In tourist trade,
first Importance must be given to a determined attempt to In Influence
fluence Influence the steamship lines and cruise agents to start their
itineraries in the future, with a visit to the Isthmus .of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. This must be organized immediately because the Pro-Panama
propaganda must be given time to sink in before the 1958
schedules are made sometime in May or June 1957.
Who is to lead and organize this pro-Panama propaganda
effort? After discussing this point with cruise directors of, the
various steamship lines, the American Express Company, and.
Thos. Cpok and Sons, the recommendation is to secure someone
well-known and well-informed in the tourist trade in New York.
Then the most important problem Is to influence cruise
managers and tourist agency heads. Haiti has had an enormous
success in recent year In its efforts toward more tourist trade

by offering wo or thrift: tunMeons a th
and tourist, anoints, givWwern souvenirs

.Haiti also KiffJMjlndredATof ti

vertlsina- in travel Publications destined for

trade (like the Travel Courier), and the travel sections of the

New York. Times, Chicago Tribune and others.
It will also be of importance to keep close contact with the
American Association of Travel Agents -(A.S.T.A.) at 501 Fifth
Avenue, New York City.
Apart from the sights of the Panama Canal, fishing and
hunting in Panama should be stressed.
A determined effort along these lines should bring results
highly beneficial to our tourist trade.
As an example, the general manager of famous Thomas
Cook and Sons in New York cited the success the island of
Nassau had in catching up with Bermuda in the Tourist Trade,
especially by sponsoring summer Business.
Another problem to be solved by Panama is, the length-of
stay of tourist ships in Colon. Tourists are given very little
time in Panama to do their shopping and a strong effort must
be made to induce the steamship lines to stay longer in Colon.
Havana, Cuba, having the same problem, has settled it by
charging the tourist ships the same dock fees for 36 hours as
Is usual for 18 hours.
After returning to Colon from their excursion to Panama
and after having dinner, the tourists usually have a little time
on their hands before sailing. While some go to the Colon
night clubs to while this time away, most tourists stay on the
ship because of a lack of decent places to go to.
The writer has suggested that the Strangers Club in Colon
be Induced to open its doors to these tourists and that the
Colon Chamber of Commerce arrange for some kind of enter entertainment
tainment entertainment there.
Adalbert Fastlich

to cruise directors

records of Haitian
of hilars in ad ad-the
the ad-the tourist agency

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIBSIL

BOSTON There's a dentist in

this area who is looking down in

the mouth these days. His own
mouth. He's being investigated by

state officials for having extract
ed considerably money from a un

ion's health and welfare trust

fund some $224,000 in two years

That's a lot of moolah to make

from molars, even if some of the

work was forwarded to other den

tists.
The dentist's name is Dr. Ed

mund Carp. And there is nothing
here intended to insinuate that
that there was anything illegal
about all these extractions. The
special investigating committee of

the Massachusetts stae Legislt

ure just wants to know how so

much money could have been
pulled out of the welfare funds
covering two small locals of the

Hod Carriers and Common Labor Laborers
ers Laborers Union.
In 1955. Dr. Carp received $135.-

000 from the Health and Welfare
Building Industry Fund. The sim

ple arithmetic of which i n capa

ble says that this comes to some

$2,600 a week, during that year.

On a five-day week, if working

exclusively for the Common La

borers, this would be over $500 a

day.
The committee, spurred by Sen

Francis X. McCann, wants to

know lust how this could be done

Mr. McCann is a union member

himself, paying dues to the Inter
national Assn. of Machinists.

Mr. McCann rightly thinks of

himself as bound by his own as

sociation to be a guardian of the

dollars of hard working union peo

pie. And he feels that the legality

of Dr. Carp s fees does not ob obviate
viate obviate the fact that $224,000 is a
lot of money for dental bills.

Sen. McCann's crusading is hit

ting more resistance than the
waves of the Atlantic on nearby
rockribbed coasts. He's had diffi difficulty
culty difficulty finding the administrator of
this fund. He's been stymied in
his efforts to learn what the bene benefits
fits benefits are for these good people
whose lot it is to dig ditches and
work with their broad shoulders
and who deserve the full benefits
of every welfare dollar in their
union's kitty. The legislative hear hearings
ings hearings have to be held under state
police guard because of threats
made by phone.

"Get Rid of That Fool Sign!"

Waiter Winchell In New Yorx

HOUN' DOG

Sir:
Here is a love letter for a dear writer to your Mall Box of
Thursday, Oct. 25:
You must be quite a square to say what you did about Mr.
Presley.
The next time you hear "Houn' Dog" please pay close at attention
tention attention to the words. I think he dedicated it to you.
Gog!

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I report all this to show you
what the problem is, not only here
but the nation oyer, in keeping a
watch on billions of dollars in wel welfare
fare welfare and pension fund3.
Sen. McCann. for example, now

is looking into the handling of
some $18,000,000 in welfare funds.

Wiis is juatPa fiat-full exchange
compared to the totalvfiBue of
such fundi in all of Massachusetts
where there arc some $2,000, $2,000,-000,000
000,000 $2,000,-000,000 in all.
And there are some $36,000,000, $36,000,000,-000
000 $36,000,000,-000 in such labor-management
welfare funds across the land land-considerably
considerably land-considerably more than the $2, $2,-000,000,000
000,000,000 $2,-000,000,000 in the U.S. Govern Government's
ment's Government's Old Age Social Security
funds.
All this "will bear considerable
hawkshawing, for the easy-money
boys have not taken a holiday.
From their point of view, why
should they? There aren't many
Sen. McCanns around the country countryside.
side. countryside. And if there were, there

woulu not be any funds for their
probes. McCann reports to us that
lie will soon run out of money for
further investigations. This is the

same blight which dried up the

u.&. senate investigating commit committee
tee committee headed by Sen. Paul Douglas

of Illinois last year.
It was Sen. Douglas who pin

pointed terrific looting of these
funds some snatches reaching as
high as $900,000. He dispatched his

information to the prosecutors of

five states. I ve just checked each

state and have found that not one
of them has moved on the date he

sent on

The only action taken recently

against welfare fund manipulators
has been by the U.S. and not by
state authorities.' The other day.

in Chicago, a federal grand jury
indicted Angelo (The Cisco Kid)

Inciso, head of Local 286, the Unit United
ed United Industrial Workers Union, on
charges of mismanagement of his
union's health and welfare fund.

Inciso was lavish in his gifts of

diamonds and other favors, ac

cording to the Douglas report,

which was the basis for the in
dictment.
This being election time the to

cal politicos, I presume, don't

want anyone to pin an "anti-la

bir" tag on them. So they don't

prosecute. But they may be em

barrasscd. AFL CIO president

ueorge Meany has sent letters to
all of the unions discussed in the
Douglas report demanding that
they clean up. If they don't

Meany will seek to expel them at

the next AFL-CIO convention

It would be ironic to see Meany

Time mag's three errors in one
item: "His most durable contribu contribution
tion contribution to U.S. journalism was a
vaudeville hoofer named Walter

Winchell, whom he launched as a
daily columnist. It was a contri contribution
bution contribution that he bitterly regretted:
He soon loathed Winchell, once
flung a bust of Napoleon, at him"
. . (1): Fulton Oursler was the
one who launched me on a daily
newspaper Sept. .15, 1924. But Gau Gau-vreau
vreau Gau-vreau always stole the bows .
(2) : I soon despised him for rea reasons
sons reasons that are unpublishable .
(3) : He flung a bust of Napolean

at me??? It was I who did tne

flinging. I flung him down a flight
of stairs after he took advantage
of his game leg and threatened

to hit me with a weapon . Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's former No. 1 Agent and
Spy in the, U.S. (Whittaker Cham Chambers)
bers) Chambers) hasn't been Sr. ed of Time
mas for at least three vears .

When Wilt Time's top brass get

things right about me Every
time they get things wrong I am
going to get them right right
here.

The Old Vic Troupe's dedicated

thespians surrender fancy fees in
films to play the classics tor a
handful of peanuts . "The Snow
Was Black" movie concerns a
youngster who discovers his moth

er is a prostitute. A French film

. That is the theme of "East

of Eden" and so many other ho-kus-opus'
. . You could view the

"missing" Margaret Sullavan on

tv this week. In an old flicker .

Jack Gould, the N.Y. Times' ra-dio-tv
critic, criticized tv perform

ers for publicly criticizing each
other. (Pattycookes to Mr.
Gould!) . Jim Lowe (who was
a Nobody only a little while ago)

is a Somebody because his hot
platter, "Green Door," will have
sold a million copies by Winchell
Curtain Time. On tonight's show
we will Harmonize and Soft Shoe

Dance with My Fair Lisa Kirk

and Beatrice Lillie ("My Fair La

dy Peel!").

"Double in Hearts" a phast
phlop, was a $53,000 humpty

dumpty . "Mutual Admiration

Society" (from Ethel Merman's

"Happy Hunting" score; is a merty

singalmg . War and Peace

is a loooooongggg movie. Never

thelcss, 47 of the novel s minor
characters never appear in it .,
The happy surprise in Judy Horn Horn-day's
day's Horn-day's "Bells Are Ringing" musi musi-gal:
gal: musi-gal: Judy sings and hoofs . ,A
movie mag would have you be believe
lieve believe that Debra Paget has a
Caddy trimmed with rhinestones
. . Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's
Journey Into Night" is hot for the
queasy. It concerns insanity, al alcoholism
coholism alcoholism and dope addiction .
Add Thrills: M.C'ing the Mad.
Sq. rally for Ike!

produced drama" . During its

early years tne t'aiace never nun

the names of head liners in iighls.

(End of B way history lesson) ..
A book worth reading is Fredric
Wertham's "The Circle of Guilt."

A psychiatrist's analysis of juve juvenile
nile juvenile delunacy . Anita Sexberg

recalled: I once had a tough
time in Hollywood. No jobs, Jittle

money at times I didn't have an
egg in my icebox" . Even at
6 to 1 no Adlai Rooter will bet

$50!!!

The Hunter College Campus

Theatre's version of Saroyan's

"Time of Your, Life" has the pro
touch . Gina Lulu's talent is
not confined to her torso. She is
an expert singer and painter .
What is boy-bait? Ogle Brigitte
Bardot in "The Grand Maneuver"

movie . Orson Welles' mono

logue: "Actually I haSe television.
I hate nt as much as eating eea eea-nuts.
nuts. eea-nuts. But I can't stop eating oca-

nuts." (Orson hates tv, not !v's

money. See?) . Nothinc's tier

feet. Even a hit has its draw drawbacks.
backs. drawbacks. As Ethel Merman once

commented: "After six months of
being in a Broadway show there
are nights when you think it'll Kill
you if you have to go through
the same routine again" ... Im Imitators:
itators: Imitators: Just a gang of Nothing-rates.

Cole Porter, who creates the
most sophisticated lyrics, is a big
fan of cornv soaDeras V.Ura.

beth Taylor wears double eye eyelashes
lashes eyelashes to decorate her vivid vio

let-blue lamps .. .Mike Tidd
A. 1 1

once co-auuiorca a piay. (it Hn
3 perfs) . ..Show biz is like
this: Before "Fair Ladv" ODenp.d

the producer (Herman Levin) was
in.' debt. He recently sold two
thirds of his interest in the show
for $450,000 . Julie Andrews is
a graduate of British vaule. She
began entertaining when she was
12 . Mr. and Mrs. President
are no different than you. After
dinner, Ike and Mamie spend sev several
eral several hours watching teevee. Ma

mie s favorite shows are quizcasts
and variety shows. And All The

can always lick a lightweight even
when he's fighting a dozen at
once.

There will be something impor

tant missing this season. No

Rodgcrs-Hammerstein show is
due . Each "Lucy" show costs

$45,000 . Como's "Moonlight

Love" is a songsation, of course.
The other side of the platter is
also lis tenable: "Chincherinchee,"
a bouncy thing . It's possible

to reform: George Stevens, one
of Movieville's great directors, be

gan as a gag writer ... If you

don't succeed, etc: Clark Gable
flunked 3 screen tests . Over

$200,000 million annualy flows to
Hollywood from overseas boxof boxof-fices
fices boxof-fices . The self-criticism tro

phy goes to Ava Gardner. She is

quoted: "If I were a man, I

wouldn t like me.

ciiie Washington
Merry-Go -Round
ft, PMW PBAIfOW

Why flicker? are expensive: The
special lighting effects alone (for
the average movie) cost $150,000
. . How it began: On his 12lh

birthday Elvis wanted a bicycle.

His mother bought him a guitar

instead .. Mary Martin has

recorded the tune that represent represented
ed represented her rocket to the stars: "My
Heart Belongs to Daddy" .
Newsweek (reports that "television
is now the biggest theatrical com

munity in the world ; . If you
collect happy vibrations spin

"New York's My Home Town,"

by S. Davis. Jr

The AGVA

Ships At Sea ... A heavyweight Quack!

(Actors' Union) stopped us from

doing a song-and-dance with Judy
at the Palace. Because we're not
a member. I was just the Actors'
friend. (Oof'ly sodly..) Roberta
Sherwood got heck, too, for de delighting
lighting delighting Judy's audience. (Stop
AGVA-ating me, you doaps!) .
Our sponsors are negotiating for
30 of Canada's top tv depots .
Mamo from WOR-Mutual: "The
advance Pulse rating for your
Sunday-at-six newscast for first
half of October is the highest of
any radio show in N.Y.C." .

Quack-quack . Quack-quack-

WASHINGTON-Now that it's
spread out in cold type in the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Post with pictures,
headlines, and all the trimmings.

I'm beginning to get just twinge

oi cold feet about those "confes
sions" of Drew Pearson.

Of course I've peeked into the

lives oi a good many people. Ai

legedly I've crouched under cabi

net tables. I've nagged and ca

joled and criticized. I've upbraided

ana scolded all sorts, from bureau

crats to brass hats. But turning

tne tables and trying to do the

same thing to yourself is a little

difficult.
In the first place, it's hard to
tell the truth about yourself. Be Because
cause Because almost every man consid considers
ers considers himself a greater hero than
he is. He can never put himself
on quite the same lowly pedestal
as the rest of humanity. He has
to have that spark of conceit or
pride that keeps him plugging
along toward bigger and better
things.
So when you strip yourself down
and try to write about yourself
as others see you and try con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously to tell the truth about
all your own mistakes and foibles,

weil frankly it's pride-shattering.

for instance, when I sat down

and tried to figure out whether
Harry Truman was justified in

calling me an "SOB," I had to
admit in my heart that maybe he
was. I don't think he was justified

on the particular occasion that
evoked his blast General Harry

Vaughan and his medal from Dic Dictator
tator Dictator Peron. But there were plenty

of other times when Harry was
probably right.

Anyway, when I tried to spell
all these things out in black and
white I found it was a much

tougher job than I had ever

dreamed. And now that the iirst

issue is on the news stands I'm

beginning to get a little jittery

and wonder whether it was such

a good idea after all. I predict
my critics will get a kick out of

it. And my friends well, maybe

they won t read or will be toler tolerant
ant tolerant If they do.

ACHISON THREATENED JAIL

One revelation I make in these
Saturday Evening Post confessions

is how Justice Felix Frankfurter
of the Supreme Court asked Dean
Acheson, then secretary of state,
to have me prosecuted for con

tempt of court after I had report reported
ed reported that Chief Justice Fred Vinson
had had a conversation with Pres President
ident President Truman about John L.
Lewis' coal strike.
It never occurred to me that
there was anything wrong about
the President and the chief justice
discussing a coal strike that en endangered
dangered endangered the national economy.
But since the executive and the
Supreme Court are separated un un-der
der un-der the constitution and since an
injunction against Lewis was then
before the Court, it seems I offed-

ed at least one member of the

Court, namely Frankfurter.

At any rate; Dean Acheson did

propose to Attcrney General Tom

Clark at a Cabinet meeting that
I be prosecuted. Clark didn't take
his advice, and somehow or other

I am still out of jail though I
never can tell for how long.

However, what I am, getting at

is mat i now pian 10 write some

thing about Dean Acheson.

REVENGE ON ACHESON

Dean got a lot of brickbats
thrown at him when he was secre

tary of state, among other things
for giving foreign aid to Tito. He

was also criticized for not trying

to operate on the Chinese main

land to undercut Red China and
for not betting all our diplomatic

chips on Chiang Kai-Shek.

His theory was that if we quit

waving the big stick at China it

would do a Tito and drift around

to independence from Moscow. He

also argued that the satellite
countries of 1 Poland, Hungary,
Czechoslovakia would eventually

divorce themselves from Moscow

because these countries basicallv

didn't like Russian rule and he

had little in common with the Rus Russians.
sians. Russians. His was the containment' pol policy,
icy, policy, evolved by George Kennoa,
the Russian expert whose resigna resignation
tion resignation Dulles accepted. Dulles hat
torn that policy to pieces publicly,
but privately he has followed it.
On September 18, in 1952 when
he was campaigning for Ike,
Dulles made a rip-snorting speech
to the Polish-Americans in Buffa Buffalo
lo Buffalo promising to intervene actively,
stir up revolt and everything else
behind the Iron Curtain.
DULLES FOLLOWS ACHESON
But once he got in office he did
just the opposite, he followed the
Acheson containment policy.
Dulles also carried out the Ache Acheson
son Acheson policy of aiding Tito. So did
Eisenhower and Harold Stassen.
And whim the stnrm hrnke in Cnn.

gress last summer with speeches

aemanaing mat aiu 10 uio oe
cut off completely and finally, it
was the Democratic senators who
supported Eisenhower to give him
the right to continue aid. The ma majority
jority majority of Republican senators
voted not only against Tito but
against their own President.
That policy has now richly paid
off.
For it was the example of a
Tito, able to defy Moscow which
set the pattern now being fol-
ia Pnlanrf Hnntrarv and

1VTIW 'as a vmbuw) - -5 J
probably soon in Czechoslovakia.

Tnereiore, i as one woo some sometimes
times sometimes criticized Acheson and who
titaua tin rnasntl tn feel grateful

for his attempt to prosecute me,

would like to recau uw u was
Acheson who set this wise but un unpopular
popular unpopular policy and stuck totit de despite
spite despite the brickbats.
Note When the Poles started
cleaning out their Russian rulers,
an amazing thing happened. Pre Premier
mier Premier Chou En-Lai of Red China
sent a telegram of congratulations
to Edward Ochab, one of the Pol Polish
ish Polish leaders. This occurred only a
few hours after the Poles decided
to follow Tito's example. The
Kremlin learned of the message
ic thnrnuohlv alarmed. It

fears that what Acheson predict predicted
ed predicted would happen in China may
that Red China Will

divorce itself from Moscow.

Never give up, kids. Some years
ago Bob Hope vas so discour discouraged
aged discouraged he wanted to quit show biz.

Harry Hershfield talked him out

of it . Critics are like this:
The Herald-Trib's Walter Keiv

hailed "Too Late the Phalaropc"

take a chance on losing a union las "a sizzlins electrical storm

while state authorities are fearful I The N.Y. Times' Brooks Atkinson

oi losing a vote. i rebuffed it as "a rambling, ovei

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MR. AND MRS. WALTON PRESTON SELLERS shown at their
wedding last Friday at Ft. Amador Chapel. Mrs. Sellers is the
former Miss Mildred Elsie Damerau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul J. Damerau of Curundu. Mr. sellers is the son of Mr.
and Mrs! Walton P. Sellers of Panama City.
PRESIDENT DE LA GUARDIA WILL GIVE RECEPTION
TO CELEBRATE PANAMA'S INDEPENDENCE DAY
The President of Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia, will re receive
ceive receive congratulations on the Anniversary of Panama's Decla Declaration
ration Declaration of Independence, Nov. S at the Presidential Palace be between
tween between 1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday.

SaitersDamerau
Wedding
Miss Mildred Elsie Damerau,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.
Damerau of Curundu, became the

bride of Mr. Walton Preston Sell Sellers,
ers, Sellers, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Walton
P. Sellers of Panama City at Ft.
Amador Chape, Friday evening.
The bride, who was given away
by her father, wore a full length
gown with a lace tunic top and
full tiered nylon tulle skirt. A lace
Minted coronet held the veil of
Illusion W 1

Eileen Damerau, the bride's
ister was maid of-honor. Brides Bridesmaids
maids Bridesmaids were Misses Migui Richa,
Evelyn Molyneaux, Carmina Mon Mon-so,
so, Mon-so, Eunice Bayo and Cheryl Lyan
Walton P. Sellers, the
f room's father acted as best man.
he ushers were Julio Wright,
Monci Aniola, Bob Carlin, Alber Alberto
to Alberto Richa and Albert Bistany.
Sgt. Juan Soto sang "Ave Ma

fia and Froiessor taeirausias taeirausias-kas
kas taeirausias-kas played the organ.
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfonso Townshend at Calle
Novena No. 47, San Francisco de'
la ,Wa.
The bride, who attended Balboa
1 bcuool, Dominican High

School in New Orleans and Canal
Zone Junior College, is employed

as a secretary at the Army audit

Agency, it. Clayton.

The bridegroom, who "attended

Washington High School in Lout

siaua and C.Z. Junior College has

seen military service in both Ko

rea and Japan. He is employed at

Public Works Oftice, Hodman.

Tne couple plan to make their
home at Ecuador Ave., Panama

City.

CZ Gem And Mineral
Society Moet
The Canal Zone Gem and Miner Mineral
al Mineral Society held their new home,
Building No. 57 in the Pier 18 area
in Balboa Members brought as assort
sort assort gifts to help furnish the
building.
At. s. -Patsy Ryan, acting presi president
dent president presided at the meeting, dur

ing which time members aescriD aescriD-ed
ed aescriD-ed various minerals of local ori-
oin ind nther minerals from the

United States. On display were

soecimens of the tnatnam emer emerald,
ald, emerald, Australian opal, star quartz,
tQcnimi mhellite and tumbled lo

cal stones, fter the meeting Club

members ana guesis enjoyeu ie ie-freshments
freshments ie-freshments and a social hour.

Pra-Chrittmas
Baiaar At Gamboa
The Women's Auxiliary of the
r.imivu Tininn Church will hold

its pre-Christmas Bazaar on Fri

day Nov. 16 at tne uvic seiner
Building. A ham dinner win be
served beginning at 5 p.m.
Ti.btc (r the dinner will be

$1.35 for adults, 0 cents for chil

dren under 12 years.

Th Munti-v stnrp will feature

handmade articles such as linen

bags, Christmas tableciotns ana a a-prons,
prons, a-prons, suitable for Christmas guts.
There will be booths for plants,
"White Elethants," candies and a

fish pond.

Charity Baka Sale

At Gatun Gym
Friday, Nov. 2 is the date of the
......I "pharitv TUke Sale" aiven

by the ladies Sodality of the Im

maculate conception unurcn in
Gatun, It will be at the Gatun
gym at 2 p.m.
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Mr. And Mrs. Thomas Grimiton
Calabrata 50th Wedding
Anniversary At Gorgona

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Grimi Grimi-son,
son, Grimi-son, a Canal' Zone couple who ar arrived
rived arrived on the Isthmus in 1907, cele celebrated
brated celebrated their 50th wedding anniver anniversary
sary anniversary Saturday at a party given in
their honor by their daughter Mrs.
Janice Scott at her home in New
Gorgona.
The Grimlsons are both retired
Panama Canal employes. Mr. Gri Gri-misoa's
misoa's Gri-misoa's last position with the Com Company
pany Company was with the Marine Divi Division.
sion. Division. Members of the f-a m i 1 y and
friends came from all parts of the
Isthmus to congratulate the cou couple
ple couple on this occasion.

SET FOR LIFE Danny
Thomas has revealed that he
has life-time deals with three
night clubs: the Sands Hotel in
Las Vegas, Nev.; the Chez
Paree in Chicago, and the Copa Copa-cabana
cabana Copa-cabana In New York. The TV
and night club entertainer says
annuaj appearances in each of
the three are "for the rest of my
life at my option, my salary
and my leisure." ....

PANAMA INDEPENDENCE DAY
CELEBRATION AT EL PANAMA
Join the national celebrations of our Panamanian friends this weekend as they cele celebrate
brate celebrate their 53rd anniversary! Be sure to take the family to see the colorful
parade en Nov. 3rd and on Sunday, wh en another truly beautiful trooping of the
colors goes down Central Avenue! Then for the social side, join us at El Panama
at tome of the many events going on the re.
FRIDAY, NOV. 2nd -MEMORIAL DAY -In accordance with government decree,
there will be NO MUSIC until MIDNIGHT when the GEORGE GODOY
TRIO will play until 4:30 a.m. in the Balboa Bar.

SATURDAY, NOV. 3rd -INDEPENDENCE DAY
LUNCHEON Noon to 3 p.m. Balboa Salon
LUCHO AZCARRAGA at the organ.

CALA DANCE AT NIGHT in Salon Bella Vista
LUCHO AZCARRAGA and his Conjunto alternating
with CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra.

Dinner served from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
Minimum $2.50 per person.
Phone Maitre d'hotel, 3-1660, for reservations.
MUSIC IN THE BALBOA BAR from 10 p.m.
GEORGE CODOY's TRIO will play.

Last Sunday, saw another sub substantial
stantial substantial gain in Sunday Schoof at attendance
tendance attendance at the Curundu Protes Protestant
tant Protestant Church.
Sunday school superintendent
urged Worsham announced that a
gain of 11 percent had been made
over the previous Sunday. The to total
tal total percentage gained in attend attendance
ance attendance since October is 24 per cent.
Many parents attended with
their children Sunday. The adult
classes were the beneficiaries of
Sunday's gain in the Sunday
School at Curundu.
A a result of the big Bible bal balloon
loon balloon bursting on Oct. 21, filled

with Scripture verses, Bible was
awarded. The secret verse was
Pslam 119: 5. "0 that my ways
were directed to keep they states"
is the verse. The black ripper Bi

ble was awarded to Billy Gough at

tne close of tne Sunday School.
The attendance banner was eiv

en to the first grade class under
the direction of Mrs. Clinton Max

well. The sixth grade air Is also

tied with tie first grade in attend

ance. Mrs. ramp steers Is their

teacher. Both the first grade and
the sixth grade grils had 100 per

cent present in tneir classes.
Sunday School will begin

promptly at 9:30. The morning

worship begins at 11 a.m. with
the pastor, Rev. Milton K. Leldlg,
preaching the fifth sermon in a

series on The Tabernacle in the

Wilderness. Sunday's sermon is

entitled the Altar of Incense. Sun

day evening at 6:30, "Inspiration
Please" will also meet in the Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Protestant Church.

Weather You Like It or Not:
November It See Rain aPlenty

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SUNDAY, NOV. 4th -FLAG DAY -Something doing all day, too!
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Lucho Azcarraga at the organ.
DINNER DANCE IN SALON BELLA VISTA Clarence Martin's Oroh.
MIDNIGHT 4:30 a.m. GEORGE GODOY's trio in Balboa Bar1.

COMPLETE THE CELEBRATIONS
BY TRYING YOUR LUCK
IN THE CA8IM01

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The following weather condi conditions
tions conditions are based on past records
and may be expected to occur in
the Canal Zone and vicinity dur during
ing during November.
Weather: Maximum rain-sea

son conditions usually occur dur during
ing during the month of November.
There is, however, considerable
variation in the amount of rain rainfall
fall rainfall from year to year. Normally
a total of 10.23 Inches may be
expected at Balboa Heights, 13 -78
inches at Madden Dam and
22.44 inches at Cristobal, but
the range from wettest to driest
Novembers on record are: 20.51

to 3:52 inches at Balboa Heights,

36.22 to 3.08 inches at Madden

Dam and 43 06 to 6.63 Inches at
Cristobal. Measurable rain will
be Ukely to occur on 22 days dis distributed
tributed distributed over 78 hours at Balboa

Heights and 25 days and 153

hours at Cristobal.
Clouds and Sunshine: Mostly
cloudy skies will prevail during
November, but there will be
an average of about S hours
of sunshine per day or 42 per
cent of the possible amount.
Fogs: Nighttime and early early-morning
morning early-morning fogs may be expected
quite frequently over the Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Cut section of the Canal
and the central section of the
Isthmus along the Trans-Isthmian
highway, but none are
likely to occur at either Canal
entrance. Most of the fogs form
around midnight and may be

expected to dissipate before 8:30

a.m.
Temperature: November Is
normally the coolest month, of
the year at both Canal termi terminals.
nals. terminals. The average air tempera temperature
ture temperature will be aDDroximatelv so

degrees. Dal)y maximum and
minimum temperatures will av average'
erage' average' 85 and 73 degrees on the

pacinc side ana 84 and 75 de degrees
grees degrees on the Atlantic side. High Highest
est Highest and lowest November tem temperatures
peratures temperatures on record are 94 and
65 degrees, but these do not oc occur
cur occur frequently.

Relative Humidity: November

is our most humid month with
averages of about 88 per cent
relative humidity at Balboa
Heights, 90 per cent at Madden

Dam and 86 per cent at Cristo-

Dai.
Winds and Storms: Novem November
ber November is the last month of the
hurricane season. These tropi tropical
cal tropical storms occasionally form
In the Caribbean sea and
move northward, but their
usual paths are too far north
of Panama to cause damaging
w'nds on the Isthmus. Storms
of the "Norther" type are
sometimes experienced when
high -pressure areas of the
temperate zone extend far
enough southward to affect
Isthmian weather. They are
characterized by 2 or 3 days of
strong northerly winds and
high seas on the Atlantic coast
and almost continuous heavy
rains with resultant floods.
Such storms and floods occur

red during the month of No November
vember November fet 1862, 1876, 1879,
1885, 1909, 1931, 1932, 1935, and
1950. Local thunderstorms will
occur frequently during the
month. Othervrse, winds over
the Atlantic coast will gener generally
ally generally be light and variable with

an average yelocity of 6 to 12
miles per hour. Northwest
winds will prevail over the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific coast and the interior
section, averaging about 6
miles per hour. The maximum
wind velocity, even for short
periods, is not Ukely to exceed
35 miels per hour.

Itch notice for ineluiion in this
column should be lubmitted in
type-written form and mailed to ono
of the box numbers lilted daily in
"Social end Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices of
mooting cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Ceramic Display
At Gamboa
Woman's Club

The regular monthly meeting of
the Gamboa Woman's Club will be

held tomorrow evening at 7
o'oclock at Gamboa Civic Center.
After the meeting, Mr. and Mrs.
William Stevenson will give a ce ceramic
ramic ceramic display to which the public
is invited.

The progrnm will begin at 8 p.

m.

Refreshment will be served.

Roller Skating Club
The Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club wllll hold their reaular

monthly meeting at the Balboa

Rollerdrome Thursday, at 7 n.m

Annual election of officers will be

held at this meeting and all mem
bers are urged to attend.

Independence Day
Fun Al El Panama

Psginnlng at midnight Nov. 2,
the George Godoy Trio will olav

in the Balboa bar at Hotel El
Panama starting off the weekend

of iational celebrations of Pans
ma.
The following day, Indepen

dence Day, Lucho Azcarraga will

play the organ at the lunch id
the Balboa salon. Beginning at 7
p.m. dance in the Bella Vista Sa Salon
lon Salon will feature two orchestras al

ternating Clarence Martin's and

Lucho Azcarraga's.
At ten o'clock that same night
the Balbia bnr will feature George
Godoy 's 4:30 Club trio.
The Sunday Brunch will follow
the next day with Lucho Azcar Azcarraga
raga Azcarraga playing the organ, while at
night Clarence Martin's orches orchestra
tra orchestra will play for dancing in the

Bella Vista Salon, and ot h e 4:30

Club will be held In the Balboa
Bar from midnight on.
On Saturday, Panamanian dish

es will be featured on the menu

all day long.

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MEMBERS OF THE WEDDING PARTY gather around the. bride and groom at the Sellers Sellers-Damerau
Damerau Sellers-Damerau nuptials, which took place Friday at Ft. Amador chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Walton
Preston Sellers will make their home in Panama.

Dr, Sam Case Seen

Re-Opened On Tip;
Bui Why Nol Known

CLEVELAND, Ohio, OCt. 31
(UP) Assistant Prosecutor

Saul Danaceau said today after

a "telephone tip" that he would
re-open the Investigation of the
Sheppard murder case.
Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard, 32,
osteopath of suburban Bay Vil

lage, is serving a life sentence

lor tne July 4, 1854 Diuageon
slaying of his 31-year-old wife,
Marilyn Reese sheppard, in their

lakeshore nome.
Danaceau said he remained
convinced that sheppard f
guilty, but said the tip led to
"new facts" in the murder
mystery.
Sheppard was convicted after
a sensational trial here on sec second
ond second degree murder charges. An
appeal is pending before the
United States Supreme Court.
Danaceau said he received "a

long distance telephone tip," and
had Visited the oi'ty where the
call originated. He refused to
name the city, but said he de

cided on his return here to
UUnch the, new 'investigation,
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JUItT LlfUltC ItUC

Goes To Jury Today
As Charges Flipped
CHICAGO, Oct. 31-(UP)
The aKimes lurid divorce case
of Mrs. Shirley Champagne and
her husband, Carl was to go to
jury today, after both sides ar argued
gued argued over, among other things,
who killed her pet parakeet.
Champagne, 25, son of a phy physician,
sician, physician, has charged his shape shapely
ly shapely 24-year-old wife with hav having
ing having nilcit relations with Los
Angeles TV personality Tom
Duggan, and other men. In a
counter-suit, she has charged
that he sometimes beat her
into a "mass of blue welts,"

dragged her by the hair and
scalded her pet parakeet to
death because its chirping an annoyed
noyed annoyed him.
Champagne testified at the

closing of the trial that his Ger German
man German police dog was apparently
the real killer of the bird. He
said he had warned his wife to

keep it caged but that she did
not.

Detectives hired by Cham

pagne testified they followed

Mrs. champagne, a model, to

uuggan's apartment when he
was active in TV here. Mrs.
Champagne said, however, that
she had visited Duecan tn o-et

his advice on how to further her

career.

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Entertainment Jobs
Open With US Army

Several vacancies la the posi

tion of entertainment program

directors, have been announced

by the Caribbean Personnal office,

USARCARIB.
Applicants must be U S citizens

with a college or university major
in any recreational field or fairly
extensive experience in a recrea recreation
tion recreation program with recognized so social,
cial, social, recreational or similar or

ganizations.
Although the positions are
presently classifield as non-Civil

Service and temporary, there is

a good possibility they will be

given permanent Civil Service

status, the Personnel Office said.
Applications should be made to
the office of the Special Services
Officer, Fort Clayton, or Civilian
Personnel Office, Corozal, Phone

Fort Clayton 5203 or Corozal 3208

for further information.

Horror Movie Ban
Seen Alter Youth

Has Fatal Attack
CHICAGO, Oct. 31 (UP) -. A

pair of Hollywood horror films

ma pave been responsible forhe
death of a 9-year old boy suffer

ing from an unsuspected heart

dicated today.
Stewart Cohan, of suburban Oak
Park, collapsed and died -Sunday
while watching the opening mo moments
ments moments of "The Creeping un unknown."
known." unknown." The first half 'of the double-horror
feature, "The Black
Sheep" portrayed the doings of a
mad surgeon.
Dr. Albert Baugher, Cook Coun

ty coroner's pathologist, told an
inquest Monday that the youth ?
heart v as not in healthy condi condition.
tion. condition. A six-hour auopsy revealed that
Stewart's heart was smaller than
a normal-sized organ, Baugher
said. His Barents WPtp unaware

of this condition, and thought their

son was a normal, active young youngster.
ster. youngster. "In layman's language," B
er said, "the hov rlioH nf hnart

collapse ifter extraordinary ten-

om wmie waicning a movie.
Two companions said Stewart
was watching a scene depicting
the explosion of a rocket ship
when he glanced at them and
seemed to mumble something.
Then he slumped over in his
seat and slid to the floor, where
he died.
William Cole, manager of the
Lake Theater, denied that the pic pictures
tures pictures were as horrifying as many
that had previously been released
Coroner Walter McCarron an announced
nounced announced that "I'm going to de demand
mand demand that double feature horror
shows be stopped immediately."

New Center Created
To Spur Research
On Health Problems
WASHINGTON Oct. 31, -(UP)
The U.S. Public Health Service to today
day today announced the creation of a
new center to sour research mtn,

the health problems created by

America s aging population.
D. G. Hasley Hunt, a native
of Newton, Mass., and a graduate
of Columbia University, was
named to direct the program. He
has been associate chief of t h e
health service's bureau of medi medical
cal medical services.
Health Secretary Marion B.
Folsom said he is "hopeful that
this new effort will help bring
answers to some of the most crit critical
ical critical and challenging health prob problems
lems problems of our times.
"There are more than 12 mil

lion people in this country today
who are over the age of 65; by
1970, there will be more than 18
million," he said. "Many of the
older citizens have special health
problems. It is important that
more be done to help solve these
problems."
The new center will be set up
at the National Institutes of
Health the government's big medi medical
cal medical research organization here.

Nashville School

Board Voles To End

Racial Segregation
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Oct. 31
TUP) The city school board voted
Monday night to end racial se segregation
gregation segregation in the first grade of
city schools next fall, as a start
toward integration.
The only vote agamst the de de-segration
segration de-segration plan was cast by Coy

ness isnnix, oniy negro on u
nino mum her hnarrl Ennix said

he thought a larger part of t h e

student body snoura De mciuaea.
School Supl. W. A. Bass said
the plan would not call for com compulsory
pulsory compulsory integration. He said there
aro nrnvieinns fnr transfer flf StU

dents if written requests are sub

mitted by parents.
The plan will be presented to
Federal Judge William Miller for
approval.
A federal court hearing is set
before Miller, here for Nov. 13-14
on a suit filed by a group of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes seeking to end segregation
in city schools.
Action by the board would end
a 104-year policy of operating
separate educational facilities.
Bass said "valid" grounds for
seeking transfers would include
the following:
When white students would be
required to attend 1 schools previ previously
ously previously attended only by Negroes.
When Negro students would be
of another race.

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Or. AloVton
Will Ucturt
At USO-JWB
Dr. Waijtc M. Alderton will pre preset.,
set., preset., the foUi.ii in the scries of
talks about "Kighih Century Pro Prophets"
phets" Prophets" athe iaiboa YMCA-USO
on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
The subject of his talk will be
"Micah and Isaiah: Peasant and
Prince."
The public is invited to attend
these interesting lectures.

Atlantic Bridge) Winners
The winners of the regular week weekly
ly weekly bridge games played on Mon Monday
day Monday evening at the Margarita
Clubhouse were as follows: North
and South: Ural, Mrs. S. Guest
and Mrs. G. Bonzoumet; second,
Mr. E. W. Millspaugh with Mr.
Fred Schwartz, and third, Mr.
Wally Gibson with Mr. Julius
Loeb. East and West: first, Mrs.
Julius Loeb with Major A. Mas Mas-soud;
soud; Mas-soud; second, Mrs. Augusto Kam
with Mr. Herbert Delgado and

erwiSe

third, Mrs. Earl Beck with Mrs
Irene Mcllvaint.

Beta Chaptei
Beta Sigma Phi
The tteu Sigma Phi Sorority o o-pened
pened o-pened its meeting at the home, of
Norma De Voll with Alicia Mc Mc-Gann
Gann Mc-Gann and Norma De Voll as host hostesses.
esses. hostesses. Kay Klontz, president, opened
the short business meeting. Boots
Mitchell and Pat Baiiey set out fi final
nal final plans for breakfast in Holly,
wood. At the ciose of he meeting.
Kay Klontz passed out invitations
to each girl present to go aboard
the ship Ciudad de Toledo-Valencia.
The girls who toured the Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition Industrial -were Kelly Wainis,
Kay Klontz, Anna May Butcher,
Jean Judge, Norma De Voll, Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Ramsey, Alice Erixson, Ann
Patterson. Kathleen Huffman, A-

lice Me Gann, Mickey Moore, Pat

Bailey, Joyce Courell, Betty
Slaughter ani Boots Mitchell.

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
ONCE in my presence a noted
professor of psychiatry made this
meaty observation: "The reason
we so seldom get what we want is
that we so leldom know we want
it."
What do we parents want from
our children's schools?
I think we don't know or we'd
have it.
The Great Books Foundation has
set out to help us know. It has
launched a new discussion pro program
gram program for parents called Great Is Issues
sues Issues in Education.
Suggesting that our conflicts o o-ver
ver o-ver teaching methods, federal aid
and other problems are really dif differences
ferences differences of fundamental views on
the purpose of education, the pro program
gram program asks the key question:
"What do you send your child to
school to get?" and offers us
a variety of answers from which

we can pick the one that reflects
' eur own thinking.
FOR example, Aristotle and Dr.
Wilbur A. Yauch of Northern Il Illinois
linois Illinois State Teachers College think
citizenship is the aim of schooling.
They think that education's p u r r-pose
pose r-pose is molding a child to suit the
government he lives under.
But as a parent who recalls
hat governments have done to
Jesus. Joan of Arc, and the Pil Pilgrim
grim Pilgrim Fathers, I agree with Ber Bertram!
tram! Bertram! Russell who thinks that the
political control of education is de denial
nial denial of our right to trunk frfciv.
dually.
Should education's aim be the
cmM's vocational training the de development
velopment development of marketable skills he
can be sure of selling at a profit?
Lots of people think so. Others

agree with Bernard Iddings Bell
who defines education as the de development
velopment development of ethical discrimina discrimination.
tion. discrimination. HOW do you feel about J o h
Dewey s "progressive" idea that
children learn something only by
directly experiencing it? Does
this idea make for standardized
education as its critics say? Are
those little visits to dairy farms so
dear to the hearts of "progres "progressive"
sive" "progressive" teachers just mass-produced
"experience" as arititicial and
sterile as a pink sugar rose on a
baker's cake
Or is the adult-conducted visit
to the adult-controlled dairy farm

a iruiy educational experience for
children?
The Great Issues in Education
program is a great chance for
parents who want to burst out. of
old thinking on this all-important
matter,

SHEPPARD AFB, Tex. Bas Basic
ic Basic airman Leonard B. Har Harried,
ried, Harried, (above) son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. l. Harned, Curundu,
Canal Zone, has recently en entered
tered entered training here in the air aircraft
craft aircraft and engine mechanics
course. Harned Is a graduate
of the Balboa High School,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.
The aircraft and engine me mechanic
chanic mechanic course provides train training
ing training for selected airmen in the
fundamentals of mechanics
with emphasis on the inspec inspection
tion inspection and maintenance of reci reciprocating
procating reciprocating engine type aircraft.
He Will receive instruction on
the aircraft and engines N of.
such planes as the B-36, B-29,
C-124, C-97.. C-54, T-6, B-26, C C-119
119 C-119 and B-25. Ths trainlng,wiU
enable him to work as an air aircraft
craft aircraft and engine mechanic or
in one of the specialized fields
. such as aircraft hydraulic re repairman,
pairman, repairman, electrical repairman,
and engine mechanic, or as an
instructor.

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SWORN IN Capt. Carlos D. Rul-Lan accepted the oath of
office as a doctor in the regular United States Air Force from
Capt. Jerry Dills of the USAF Dispensary at Albrook AFB last
week. Lt. Colonel Hamilton B. Webb, Caribbean Air Command
Flight Surgeon, observes the ceremony. Dr. Rul-Lan Is deputy
command surgeon. In addition, he has a direct assignment
from the Surgeon General's O'fice, Headquarters USAF as
medical adviser tff USAF Missions to Latin American countries.
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teacher Elizabeth Kohl should be a clue to Paul Hindes that
gumchewing in school is frowned upon as the blase, bubblt
blowing youngster registers for the fall semester at a New
York City school.

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watches, each one Geneva-designed and
Geneva-finished, each the proud achievement
of Swiss craftsmen.
But every man knows of the fame of the
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who produced the world's first wrist-chronometer
in 1910, and this tradition of accuracy
runs right through the whole breath-taking
range of Rolex ladies' watches.

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Special Services
Launches Drive.
For Book Donations
U.S Army-Special Services this
week launcheu a special rinve 10
collect books for" "Operation Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Reader."
Books collected are distributed

to troops in outlyin? nosi t i n s

throughout the Caribbean corn-

Donations this year have provid
ed books that have been distri
buted to troops in 57 diffrent iso

lated positions reaching from
Chile to Mexico.
The libraries distribute monthly
from 1000 to 3000 books and
magazines. Peasons having books
that can be contributed are urg urged
ed urged to drop them in book drops of
tke post library; in boot drops

marked "Operation Jungle Read Reader''
er'' Reader'' at the Curundu Clubhouse
j and the Fort Clayton Exchange
: or to send them through the mes message
sage message center to the Staff Libra Librarian,
rian, Librarian, USARCARIB, Special Ser Services
vices Services Section, Building 156, Fort
j Clayton.

through the end of Januar. of
next year.

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DON'T SPEAK SAME LANGUAGES The Jack Heustis household in Lakewood.

Calif., is probably a fairly quiet one because daughter Anna Mae (left) speaks
only Korean while daughter Joann speaks only Japanese. The girls can't under understand
stand understand each other dr their parents, HeuStJs, former naval officer stationed in
Japan, adopted the two girls. He and wife, Maud, have a 13-year-old son, Larry.

POINTING FOR PEEBLES National plowing champion Lawrence Goettemoeller.

from St. Henry, O., gets into shape for the world title to be held at Peebles, 0.,1n

eecause tne rules vary widely between national and world matches, he

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HUNT FOR SCIENCE

DO GAME BIRDS pick up and carry harmful doses of radioactive materials
when flying over atomic plants? The answer is a resounding "No!" At Han Han-ford,
ford, Han-ford, Wash., plant, an elaborate radiation control program is proving that such

radioactive materials, when released m controlled amounts, have no harmful ef effect
fect effect upon wildlife. In fact, geese, ducks, pheasants and other game birds fare
better against radiation than against severe weather or any natural enemies.
J Hunters snoot down the birds for examinations and other scientists carry out
' year-around studies on the nesting, feeding and migratory habits of waterfowl.

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mowoc, Ocono-mowoc, Wis. Nippie was found in the basement. Carol,
13, is playing with Nippie, who has run of the house.

A DOUBLE SEND-OFF Usually, one bottle of champagne is enough to christen a
ship or a plane, but these Australian beauties, Lola Fry (left) and Pamela Cooke
use two bottles of the bubbly on a Constellation in Burbank, Calif. The passenger-to-transport
plane is slated for Australia. Plane carries 20-tbn loads.

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highways is the Banff-Jasper highway in Alberta,
Canada. For its entire length of 185 miles, it com commands
mands commands much 'of the majestic scenery of the Canadian
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HARBINGER OF WINTER One of the sure signs that winter is waiting in the
wings is the arrival of 5,500 tons of rock Salt for de-icing Chicago's streets, an
important phase of the city's traffic safety. The giant "salt celler" unloads a
freighter on Chicago river. The Wrigley building is framed by salt and unloader.

YES, SHE HAS BANANAS Joan Collins goes "native"
for a calypso-like number in a new musical, The Op Opposite
posite Opposite Sex, whiclj. stars June Allyson, Ann Sheridan.,
King Features Syndicate,

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SI. 1

Case for Demos: High Costs,
Lower Values, Some Bad Qeal

Editor's Net: Living c$t, Another heavy blow came with
wages, interest rates and ether Republican policies which, raised
conomic matters ara campaign the interest rates on leans to
issuas. Tha Democratic viaw on small businss, hardened credit
by San. Paul H. Douglas of Olli-: requirements and sharply reduce
nois, chairman of tha Cengrassion-! small business' share of defense
I Economic Committao. contracts.
y SIN. PAUL H. DOUGLAS But the administration continues
ito view conditions through rose rose-Living
Living rose-Living costs have reached an cole -ed glasses. It proceeds with
all-time high. According to sober policies which have produced ec ec-observers,
observers, ec-observers, the inflationary situa-ionomic imbalance since 1952.
tion we face is real and, because! Now the administration is mak mak-of
of mak-of steel price -increases, it is like-ling its customary election time
ly to grow worse before it gets 'ti're to-ard more liberal
better. It Is but another of the measures. However, its four-vear
many signs that an economic im-j record of broken promises gives
balance underlies the spotty and! no reason to put faith in its 1956

uneven "prosperity" which Re-i promises.

p 'can orators find so perfect.

e know something is out of

oruer when one segment of our
economy (big business) reaps rec

ord profits white other important

The record shows conclusively

that the Eisenhower admuustra

Blood Soaked
North Africa
Relatively Quiet
ALGIERS, Oct. 31 (UP)-BIood-soake-i
North Africa was relative relatively
ly relatively quiet today after a wild week weekend
end weekend in whicH more than 100 per

sons were killed in savage Arab-

French strife.
The only new casualties report
ed since the end of ,the anti

French "general strike" that

cripple.' the Arab world yesterday
were a 7-month-old French baby
killed and a Frenchman, two wo women
men women and a. 15-month-old baby
wounded by a guerrilla bomb in

Tlemcen.

Two Arabs suspected of throw

ing the bomb were under arrest
in the west Algerian city, and four

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Written for NBA Service

segments like agriculture and which tend to throw our economic

small business suffer heavy reverses.

We know that everything is not

tion is committed to p o t c i e si other guerrilla suspects were
which favor special interests and I arrested near the eastern port of

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perfect when food costs rise while
the farmers' share of the con consumers'
sumers' consumers' dollar shrinks from 47 to
38 per cent in less than four
iears; when the net income of
nr farmers has dropped one one-fourth
fourth one-fourth since 1952; when small
business profits have fallen more

than 50 per cent and small busi

ness failures have increased 50
per cent since 1952; when dis distressed
tressed distressed areas over the country re remain
main remain with us when many impor important
tant important communities, notably those
dependent on motor car manufac manufacturing,
turing, manufacturing, farm equipment, textile

and coal industries have been
hard hit by unemployment; when
one family in five has an annual

income of less than 2,000; and

when housing starts have declined

to 230.000 in one year.

A major factor leading to the
distortion of our economy was

the administration s disenmina

tory 1954 tax program which gave
tnree fourths of the tax relief to

r "iira'ins ain ianmies wnu m

comes above $5,000.
. rge blow to our economic
stability was struck by the ad administration's
ministration's administration's abandonment of 90
per cent parity farm price sup-c-irts
and by Its trimming of

other important farm programs.!
The administration raised the
inteest rate too fastrand too far
in 1953-. This contributed heavily
to the 1953-54 business, recession
which the President and his cab cabinet
inet cabinet secretly regarded as most;
serious, while they publicly at-;
tacked Democratic critics of the:
situations as prophets of "doom

and gloom.

system out of kilter

The record of this same period

Party fights for policies which' Frenchmen were killed by Arabs

Bone.
I" Tunisia, where at least five

stimulate wider distribution of in

come, develop a sound and evenly-

expanding e c j n o m y and Pive
equal consideration to the inter

ests of all our citizens.

during the weekend, natives were
pulling down the roadblocks they

erected in an effort to halt French
movements.

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CANDIDATES HUDDLE Sen. Estes Kefauver holds up four
fingers before Adlai Stevenson signifying victory in the com coming
ing coming elections and four years In the White House for Steven Stevenson.
son. Stevenson. Their meeting took place prior to their malor addresses
in Springfield, 111. Stevenson pledged to ask Kefauver to head
a "task force" to draw up a Democratic farm program for
"quick" action by Congress if he is elected President.

1000 mph Bomber
Tq Fly Shortly,
A-Garrier Planned

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 (UP)
The Air Force has begun test testing
ing testing "the nation's first supersonic
bomber while the Navy announc announced
ed announced clans for a giant nuclear-

powered supercarrier,
The bomber reportedly de designed
signed designed to attain speeds of a-'
bout 1900 mph is expected to
make its first flight in 10 days.
It began ground taxi tests yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Construction of the nuclear nuclear-powered
powered nuclear-powered supercarrier a giant
43 per cent heavier than the
Forrestal is expected to begin
next year.
The Air Force said yesterday
the new bomber the B-58
"Hustler" made its first taxi
run at the Fort Worth, Tex.,
plant of the General Dynamics
Corporation's Convair division.
The Ai Force sa'd the triangular-winged
bomber is de designed
signed designed to operate about 50,000
feet. It would not indicate the
plane's expected speed except
to say it will exceed the speed
of sound. This -is 660 mph at
high altitnde.
Secretary nf the Navy Charles
S. Thomas announced plans for
the projected new supercarrier
in an address yesterday before
the New York council of the Na Navy
vy Navy League.
He said the 85,000-ton giant
will have a speed of more than
33 knots (38 mph) compared
with more 'than 30 knots for the
65.000-ton Forrestal.
"This ship will be of a brand brand-new
new brand-new design and will be the
star performer of the nuclear
fleet of tomorrow," the Naw
secretary said.
He said it will be powered by
eight nuclear reactions similar
to those used by the submarine
Nautilus.

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For information and reservations call your
travel agent or Braniff at Ave. 14 Tivoii
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Most average Dlavers would al

low West tr nlav todav's hand at

one spade. West would probably

make this contract, Dut ai worst
would go down only one. In either
case the result would be most un unsatisfactory
satisfactory unsatisfactory to North and South.

The expert 'will seldom" let

sleeping dogs lie. South was emi eminently
nently eminently justified in reopening the
bidding with his bid of two hearts.

Most good players reopen with
a take-out double to show real

strength and reopen with a mere
overcall to show modest strength.

In this case North knew that South

had only a moderately good hand,

and the raise to three Hearts

showed some hope for game Re Respite
spite Respite this fact. South was willing
to accept the invitation largely be because
cause because he had a six-card suit and

might well have reopenel the bid

ding with only a five-card suit.

West opei. I the king of spades

and continued with the queen of
spades. At the third trick, West
cleverly led his lowest spade,
forcing East to ruff.
South countered with an equally
clever play. Instead of over-ruh-ing,
South discarded the five of
diamonds!
South was able to win the re return,
turn, return, after which a simple finesse
in trumps gave him the rest of
the tricks. Ht had lost nothing by

discarding the diamond, since that

trick had to be lost sooner orlaier

no matter what happened.

Smith would lose his game con

tract by over-ruffing at the third
trick. West would be sure to
win a trump trick and South
would also have to lose a diamond,
losing a total of four tricks.

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A peach with a pink complexioncooling its blushes in snow for lips
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peach like nothing ever grown, no color ever known, till now! Revlon created 'Snow Peach' to give
your lips and fingertips the new lighter, brighter look that rocked the Riviera! It's pure allure against
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We are bringing in weekly shipments by air to provide you with
newest and latest hits of both English and Spanish popular, classical
and Jazz.

Let Crawford Agencies supply your
needs. Drop in, write or phone us and
we will put you on our regular mailing
list to keep you up to date.

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ACCEPTS authors-ACCEPTS BOOK FROM AUTHOR:, The book was written by three Zone nurses Mrs. Adelia de Vore (right),
Mrs. Henri Grady Skeie (center) and Mrs. Evelyn Koperaki of Coco Solo who is not shown in the picture.

AMBASSADOR'S WIFE
WILL OPEN
COMMUNITY ART
SHOW
Mrs. Alys Harrington, wife
of Julian Fiske Harrington,
the American Ambassador to
Panama, is shown here with
a painting she is finishing for
tha Community A,rt Show.
Mrs. Harrington, who- is a
wemfcar of tha .Canal Zone
Art League, will officially
open the Exhibit by tutting
the ribbon at 4:00 p.m. Sunday.

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imJiui-aai. for "Breakfast in Hollywood, to be held Nov. 3 at the Hotel Washington.
BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD Kibitzers are ICay Klontz, Kelley Waines, Norma De Veil, Jean Judge.
Boots Mitchele, Betty Slaughter and Pat Bailey.

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HOST AND VISITORS of Balboa in honor of. his house-guests Mr, and Mrs. Cay Harris of Texas, the host
AT BUFFET TABLE shown with the guest!i of honor at the buffet tab,e"

FLOOR SHOW
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FOR HARRIS'

Marion Bradley and Arthur

Blystone perforin a jitterbug

bop-rock n roll number as
part of the surprise enter

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SI, 1S54
Oklahoma Regains No. 1 Spot Among Grid Teams

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By NORMAN MILLER
tjT NEW YORK, Oct. 31 (UP) Oklahoma, which
'(displayed its lavish football talents against Notre
j Dame to prove a point before a nationwide televi television
sion television jury, received the one-sided acclaim of the Unit-'
, ed Press board of coaches today as the No. 1 college

The powerful -Sooners used their
ame against unhappy Notre
lame as a clinical experiment to
establish (heir right to the top rat rating
ing rating over Michigan State. And the
Spartans helped the Oklahoma
cause by falling upset victim to
Illinois.
Other upsets produced the big
gest shakeup of the season among
the top 10 teams. Minnesota, Iowa
and Stanford joined the select cir
cle lor tne first time this year
and Pittsburgh returned after an
absence of three weeks.
To still criticism of an "easy
schedule, Oklahoma set out last
Saturday with a mission. The
Sooners. supplanted in the No. I
apot by Michigan State during the
past week, were determined to ex ex-ceed
ceed ex-ceed the Spartans' margin of vic victory
tory victory (47-10 over Notre Dame,
Detractor Became Believers
Oklahoma's 40-0 rout, accom accomplished
plished accomplished before millions of TV-lookers,
made believers out of many
detractors.
Twenty-nine of the 35 outstand outstanding
ing outstanding coaches who rate the teams
weekly for the United Press
picked Oklahoma tops in the na
tion this week. With five additional
second-place votes and one for
fifth, the Sooners' total of 341
points was just nine short of a
perfect score. The sum also was
the largest received by a team in
three years
Georgia Tech, which received
the six other first-place ballots
and a total of 306 points, moved
up to second place and Tennessee
advanced to No. 3. The top three
teams all have 5-0 won-lost rec records.
ords. records. Michigan State, beaten 20-13
by Illinois in one of last week weekend's
end's weekend's biggest shockers, fell from
' art to fourth place.
Texas A & M and Ohio State
ea..i moved up two notches to
Nos. 5 and 6 The week's four new-
conttars completed the top 10
grotm Minnesota and Iowa, now
the Big Ten's leading Rose Bowl
contenders, each vaulted seven
places to the seventh and eighth
ratines: Stanford, the Pacific
Coast Conference's best bet for the
Rose Bowl, leaped from 18th to
ninth place, and Pittsburgh moved
up one notch to ino. 10,
Four Teams Drop
Michigan, Southern Califor.509u
1. .on Saturday, dropped out
of the ton 10 group.
Oklahoma, seeking third
straight perfect season and its sec second
ond second national championship in a
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and then Iowa State, Missouri,
Nebraska and Oklahoma A & M.
One of next weekend's leading
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sota against lOth-ranked Pitt. Ten
nessee, ranked No. 3, plays 22nd;
takes mn 13th canked Michigac,
and lthranked Qenn stati.nv,nb55t
h-rankek Scaku.in 65. a 7 1
With point -istriuted on a 10-9-8-7-65-
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first to 10th places, Tennessee's
total was 232 points, Michigan
State had 212, Texas A & M 165,
Ohio State 152, Minnesftta 102,
Iowa 98, Stanford 53 and Pitt 52.
Penn State advanced six places
to head the second 10 group. Next
in order came Miami (Fla.),
Michigan. Southern California,
Syracuse anABaylor. Clemson and
Oregon State were tied tor mn
place, followed by Princeton and
Colorado.
NEW YORK (UP) The United
Press college football ratings (with
first-place votes and season rec records
ords records in parentheses):
Team
1. Oklahoma (29 (5-0)
2. Georgia Tech (6) (5-0)
3. Tennessee (5-0)
4. Michigan State 4-1)
5. Texas A & M (5-0-1)
6. Ohio State (4-1)
7., Minnesota (4-0-1)
8. Iowa (5-0)
9. Stanford (4-2)
10. Pittsburgh (4-1)
Points
341
306
232
212
165
152
102
98
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52
Second 10 teams: 11, Penn State,
44; 12, Miami (Fla.), 39; 13. Mich-
igan, 26; 14, soumern camum,
23; 15, Syracuse, 16; 16, Baylor,
15; 17 (tie), Clemson and Oregon
State, 10 ercn; is, rrnueiuu,
20, Colorado, 6.
Others: Illinois, 4; Duke, 3;
m.vv anil Colleee of Pacific, 2
each; Texas Christian, Army and
Arizona (Tempe) State, l eacn.
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Out
fielders Harry Anderson and Jim
Davis, who helped iscneneciany
the Eastern League play
offs, have been purchased by the
Philadelohia Phillies, general
Manager Roy Hamey announced
today.
The Phils also announced the
purchase of right-handed pitchers
Hen Bolinda, John Anderson and
Bob Conley of the Schenectady
staff, anl Earl Hunsinger and Ro
man Semproch from Wilson of the
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Atlantic Twiloop
Meeting Postponed;
Now Set For Nov. 7

The Atlantic Twilight League
baseball meeting, originally
scheduled for the Margarita
Clubhouse on Nov. 1, has been
postponed until Nov. 7. The
meeting will still be held at
the Margarita Clubhouse. Any Anyone
one Anyone interested n scorekeepinj
or umpiring are particularly
urged to attend the meeting.
All are invited to attend.
The league plans on getting
started the first week in Jan January,
uary, January, 1957. To date only three
teams have been admitted, but
league officials expressed con confidence
fidence confidence that a fourth intrant
w 11 be found before the sea season
son season Eegns. Any information
concerning the league, or the
forthcoming meeting, can be
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Norkus Must Meet
Argentina's Mitetf
By Dec. ID 'Or Else'
NEW YORK ,Oct. 31 (UP)
Promoter Teddy Brenner announcT
ed" today that veteran Charley Noi
kus must fight Alex Miteff of Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, flashiest newcomer to the
heavyweight raifks. at St. Nicho
las Arena on Dec. 10 "or'olse."
Norkus of Floral Park, N.Y
plodded to' a unanimous decision
over Joey Rowan of Philadelphia
at St. Nick's in Monday night's
eull 10-bvnp8ui5-eisimri main
eveno.
But 21-year old Miteff stole the
show in the six-round semi-final
by nearly blanking young John
Henry of New York for the ver
dict.
Brenner, displeased with the
Norkus-Rowah performance, d
clared: 'Norkus must fight Miteff
in the mam event, Dec. 10, or
else or else Norkus Won't get
any matches at St. Nick's.
Sugar Ray To Have
Tuneup Bout Before
Dec. 12 Title Match
Oct. 31 (UP)-Middleweight cham
Dion Suear Rav Robinson, who
hasn't fought since May 18, will
engage in a tuneup bout before his
title defense against Gene Fullme.
at Madison Square Garden, Dec.
12.
Robinson closed for a 10-round
over-the-weight match with Bob
Provizzi of Freeland, Pa., for the
wew Haven (Conn) Arena Nov. 10
sugar Kay, training here, now
weighs 162 pounds and expects to
scale about s163 for Provizzi, who
snouid register about 167. Each
will be well above the 160-pound
limit to prevent the title being at
stake.
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pionship, championship, are in for a tough
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didn't, have anything small enough to fit the five-foot, two two-inch,
inch, two-inch, 142-pound scatback.

Amador Golf
Rescheduled
The special feature golf tourna
ment scheduled at the Amador
olf course for Saturday, 27 Oct.
was ramet out after less wan
of the entries had finished their
rounds. I
The course was declared un unplayable
playable unplayable and closed at 1:30 p v
by the rules committee and tour tournament
nament tournament officials.
All scores were declared void
and tournament has been resche rescheduled
duled rescheduled under the same rules, for
Saturday. 3 Nov. The con t e s t
will be limited to the orginial list
of entrants and the same handi
caps, as assigned, will be used.
CHICAGO, Oct. 31-(UP) Al
-----nt t.h Phi
OUt today HOW
task he faces in
building the
American League's third place
team into a contender wnicn
U
can beat tne worm
cnampion
New York Yankees
Lonez. who yesterday signed
a contract for one year for an
estimated $40,000, began a se seres
res seres of conferences with vice vice-presidents
presidents vice-presidents Charles Comiskey
and John D. Rigney to find out
exactly whait his new team
lacks.
The new chief planned also to
confer with at least two of his
new coaches, Ray Berres and
Don Gutterldge, who were on
the staff of the White Sox last
season. His third coach, Tony
Cuccinello, was with him ait
Cleveland, where he resigned as
manager Sept. 28 after piloting
the Indians to second place five
times and to the pennant once
in six seasons.
Lopez took over the Sox full
of optimism because Chicago
beat. his Ind'ans 15 times in
22 games last season. On the
basis of this performance, he
was unable to name any spe specific
cific specific positions he wanted to
improve.'
The pitchers I saw tnem use
could be enough to win the pen pennant,"
nant," pennant," he. said. "The ones they
used against us, they don't need
any others. If they played the
entire schedule the way they
played against us, they'd win
the pennant.
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Hope Stadium when they tangle
wlih the vastly improved Athle-
tic Club.
AC and Cristobal met once

before this year on Octdrer 11
on the Tiger home grounds and
Tournament
For Saturday
Prizes including golf balls, golves,
shoe trees, head covers and an
umbrella are being offered to the
lucky winners.
The caddies had all the best of
it in this contest which is .limited
to only three selected clubs for
each golfer.
Many entrants expressed their
enjoyment of this interesting fea feature
ture feature tournament. Although most
Dlavers were satisfied wih their
selection of clubs, it is rumored
that there will be some changes
made in short clubs when the re rescheduled
scheduled rescheduled event is played next
Saturday. Two players were over.
neara voicing uie opinion mat
a
two iron will replace the putter
next time.
Details of the big annual Tasco
tournament, which is being
sponsored again by Angus Math
eny, will be published soon. This
event is tentatively scheduled to
begin on 17 Nov, and the prizes
will include Goodrich tires, foam
rubber mattresses, and Tasco bat
teries.
Watch for the details explaining
this fine annual tournament. USGA
tournament and' handicap rules
will strictly govern all play.
Bobby Cox Repeats
On United Press
Backfield-Of-Week
NEW YORK, Oct. 21 -(UP)-Quarterback
Bobby Cox of Minne
sota, who benched himself all last
year while completing his transfer
from the University of Washing
ton, hit the jackpot for the second
week in a row.
With his second consecutive Sat
urdcy of sensational foirtboll, the
Huskie turned Gopher scorei
twice and st up p third touch touchdown
down touchdown against mighty Michigan
last weekend and for that has
been picked as a repeater in the
United Press backfie!d-of-. he he-week.
week. he-week. Selected with Cox as the week s
top four collegiate backs were
Jimmy Brown o fSyracuse, Abe
Woodson of Illinois and John Bro
die of Stanford.
Ebbefs Field Sold;
To Become Housing
Development Soon
NEW YORK, Oct. 31-fUP)
Ebbets Field, the home of the
Brooklyn Dodgers since 1913,
will be converted into a middle
income housing development
but not for a few years.
The Dodgers sold the tall park
to real estate investor Marvin
Kratter yesterday but protected
themselves by retaining an op option
tion option to play at Ebbets Field
through 1961 if plans for a new
park fail to work out.
Tne exact purchase price was
not announced but it was be
lieved it was upward of $2,000,-
000. E. J. (Buzzy Bavasi, vice
president of the Dodgers, and
Kratter both said the price was
"in seven ngures" and tnat tne
Dodgers would pay an annual
rental 'in five figures."(

the contest resulted in a 7-7
deadlock. But since that date
iheolder, more experienced Ath
letic Club eleven has shown
! steady improvement, climaxed

' by their 20-0 win last Thursday
night over the mterschool favo
rites, Balboa High.
One reason advanced for the
improved playing of AC is the
addition of a former Cristobal
High starguard, Paul WhiUock,
on leave from the Marine Corps,
who had just arrived on the
Isthmus the day that Cristobal
held on for their 7-7 tie. Whit Whit-lock
lock Whit-lock added fuel to the already
&ed hdt playing of another pair
of Cristobalites, quarterback Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Manning and halfback Carl
Tuttle. This trio represents what
is probably the best football tal talent
ent talent on the isthmus today. Tluse
three have outshone practically
everyone else who has played
this year. They have had much
help from several of the other
aggregation of determined grid gridders
ders gridders who have banded together
to form the AC.
Curtis Jeffries, who starred at
end for Balboa, has continued to
play impressive ball as one of
the "working boys" and Louis
Taber, 180-pound tackle and last
year's captain of. the Tiger
squad, has given the backfield
plenty of time to get plays go
ing.
Tomorrow night Cristobal
plans to put into use several of
their stars of next year and sev several
eral several to come, probably one of
the moat outstanding of these is
sophomore Ruasel Favorite who
has impressed his coaches to the
extant that he already is listed
as next year's center. Barry Da Davison,
vison, Davison, who has been doing the
first string centering this year,
will get a turn at some action,
but Palumbo is anxious to see
how young Favorite will fare
under fir at center so he will
see most of the action at that
position. Russel has not been
sitting around waiting for grad
uation io give mm a starting
spot. He has filled in the vacat vacated
ed vacated tackle spot with such terri terrific
fic terrific performances, that he could
claim that nositlon too if coach
Palumbo decided on a change
from his present '57 plans.
Anotner reason tor optimism optimism-for
for optimism-for the future is that 15-year-old
freshman. Don Brce. who is al
so slated for a lptlof activity in
tomorrow night's CHS-AC fray,
If Palumbo sticks by his present
pian to give tne seniors a rest
tomorrow and only a small taste
of action, his backfield will fea feature
ture feature the wily little Wendy Sasso
at quarterback, Jimmy Brooks
and Butch Hall at halfback and
big Bill Gibson, the most im
proved ball player on the club,
running from fullback and toss-
"ig me passes,
A surprising starter at guard
I tomorrow nighit might be Peter
nder. Unlike most of the other
youngsters wno nave piayea
some football during their 7th
and 8th grade days. Pete is' get
ting his first taste of the sport
this year and apparently he is
funding It much to his liking.
'i hough short, Pete Ender car carries
ries carries a bulky 160 pounds and
handles it well; if he continues
to show the improvement he has
shown in this, his first year of
football, palumbo can rely on
this youngster for top billing in
a couple of years to come.
The determination and coor coordination
dination coordination of Keith Kulig in the
backfield and Jack Wallace at
tackle and guard, could work to
the detriment of AO tomorrow
night and to the success of fu future
ture future Tiger fodtball teams.
Kick-off time, as usual, will be
7 o'clock tomorrow night.

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Heavily Favored Bulldogs
In Strenuous Workouts For
Friday Night's J.C Game

o
If the BHS football team
is
defeated bv the Junior College
team this Friday night at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium it won't be for lack
of practice. Saturday morning
the Bulldogs went through a 2'2
hour drill, and it wasn't until it
was too dark to see that they
came in off the field Monday.
Tuesday was almost as long, but
not quite.
The Bulldog coaches must be
operating under the theory that
rugged practice sessions will
make for rugged football on Fri Friday
day Friday night. There can be no doubt
In the minds of these coaches
that their team is going to be in
for a rough time as Junior Col-'
lege will be out to capture their
first win in the rapidly fading
season.
One bright ray for the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs has been the return of
Danny Winklosky to action. Out
for a week with inflamed leg
tendons, Danny was able to run
in both Saturday and Monday
practice sessions. He complains
of some pain, but it wasn't very
noticeable' in the way he went
about his job. Teamed wtih
Winklosky at the other halfback
is Owen Sutherland. These two
boys have been the backbone of
the Bulldog's offensive power all
season. Both are very fast, hav having
ing having times of 10.5 for the 100.
In the forward wall, where a
great part of the final outcome
is going to be settled, the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs are going to be on the short
end of the weight 'for the first
time this year. Vic HigginS, lat latest
est latest addition to the Green Devils
team, tips the scales at 220, and
when he is teamed with Pete
Lang 220, John Schmidt 210,
and Dave Hllllard 200, their line
averages a bit over 190 pounds.
This gives them just about a 10 10-pound
pound 10-pound edge per boy on the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs who have a starting for forward
ward forward wall that averages 181
pounds.
Another factor that will defi
nitely play a part in the final
score will be the condition of the
Against CHS the rreen
Is found the mud and slime
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seemed right at horn
under similar conditions when
they played the Tigers, a dry
field would make for much bet better
ter better football from both teams,
and it would certainly give fast
backs like Sutherland and Win Winklosky
klosky Winklosky of Balboa plus Frank
Smith and Joe Cicero of College
better footing on which to strut
their stuff.
Along The Fairways
GOLF NEWS FROM THE
AMADOR LADIES
Connie Bishop 1956 Fort Amador
Club Champion and Medalist
Congratulations to the win winners
ners winners and runners-up in the 1958
Fort Amador Ladles' Champion Championship
ship Championship Tournameht.
In the qualifying rounds, Con Con-nie
nie Con-nie Bishop shot a sizzling 76 to
be Medalist and then shot an another
other another 76 last Sunday to win the
Championship Flight from Irent
Robinson. Nice golf, Connie)
Eve Wright won over Mickey
Shilling 4 and 2 in the First
Flight and Betty Nelsen downed
Betty Hennon in the Second
Flight.
On Thursday, October 18,
Match play against par was en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by the Amador girls with
Ann Todd taking low gross with
an 82. There was a three-way tie
for first place among Hester
Henderson, Bea Fish and Irma
Mullarky. The winner will be
decided by a roll off. Ethel pe pe-rantie,
rantie, pe-rantie, Alyce French and Mickey
Shilling tied for low putts. A roll
off will decide the winner of this
prize also.
Irene Robinson had low gross
in last Thursday's "Poker Hand"
tournament. First place winner
was Pearl Simms with second
place going to Bea Fish. There
wan a tie for third place between
Zel Batohellor and Hestor Hen Henderson.
derson. Henderson. The prize for low putts
was won by Bobbi Hughes.
A "Flag" tournament has been
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on out girls and see how far you
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PAGE ELI TEH
Games Are Won With Football Played All Season

riDNSSDAY, OCTOBER SI, ltM

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A TROPHY FOR THE WINNER The SEhto Domingo Club of Panama will be the site of a
10 am game Saturday pitting these students of the Albrook Air Force Base's Latin Ameri American
can American 8chool against the Borgos Club of Panama. A trophy will be awarded the winner of the
one-set showdown. The student team is made up of (standing, left to right) E. Gonzalez of
Uruguay M Dlsla of the Dominican Republic, L. Petit of Venezuela, J. Naves and A. Wagner
both of Brazil, J Osorio of Ecuador, A. Santos of Brazil, coach W. Gonzalez; and (kneeling,
left to right) M. Lopez of Venezuela, H. Bonilla of Ecuador, R. Apresentacao and G. Silva
both of Brazil and J. Rodriguez of Uruguay.

Dunlop Tournament Prizes
Presentation Set Tomorrow

KNOCK 'EM DOWN. ..No. 3
Give Several Grips A Try,
Then Get Best For You

Third of 12 written for NEA
Servfce and The Panama
American
By JOHNNY KING
(Averaged 223 In a Cleveland,
O., league. Featured a perfect
300 single fa a three-game 792
aeries and 298 in an 800 cluster).
What are Special grips?
Every bowling ball is drilled
with two or three holes, usually
three, so that the bowler can in insert
sert insert the ithumb and one or two

fingers in order
! to hold the ball

! until it is re
: leased.

Bowling estab establishments
lishments establishments keeep
a large number
of balls with A
variety of hole
sizes and spans
jin order to ac-

:: commodate ev-

ery cuswmei

lust as aepart-

ment store racks

' fl mitt t A

fit.
There are many special grips
to make it easier to support and
control a ball that weighs as
much as the maximum 18
pounds. When you buy your
own, have it drilled with a grip
that is comfortable.
With a natural pitch, my
thumb used to rip open after I
had bowled a number of games.
Now, I have the ball drilled so
thait the thumb hole has a one one-eighth
eighth one-eighth inch forward pitch and
sets a quarter inch to the right.
This relieves the pressure on my
thumb.

The hole pattern on my ball Is
also different. Instead of the

conventional triangle, with the

inumo noie centered on the
other two, the thumb hole on

my ball is in a direct line with

one linger hole.
I also have a removable rubber-cork
lining, which I insert
in cold weather when my thumb
is smaller.
. I'm not telling you to go out
and get your ball drilled like
mine. This might be the worst
thing for your game.

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Prizes for the recently com completed
pleted completed Dunlop Golf Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at the Panama Golf Club
will be awarded by John

Mayles, manager of Doel Agen

cies, representatives of Dunlop
and sponsors of the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. The presentation will take
place tomorrow at 6 p.m. in
the Macheteros Bar at the
Panama Golf Club. Refresh Refreshment
ment Refreshment will be served.
Prise winners are:
First flight Lul Arango,
medalist; Dr. Herb Mitten,
winner; Maj. Tom Connors,
runnerup.
Second flisrht Reorre 81-

bauste, medalist and winner;

Merrick Banks, runnerup,
Consolation flight Louis
Martftiz, winner.
On The Alleys. .

CLASSIC LEAGUE

40 SECRET Coordination
trtwrrn fret and arms is (he
rason for Prtf Trr'ybiifN
hampionship footwork. It is
must for any good si ore.
Analyze the various balls you

have tried, look into the differ

ent grips, know your own diffi difficulties
culties difficulties and then put them all
together and have your ball
drilled just right for you.

NEXT: Pete Trey big on footwork.

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By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK f NEA W-E very Sun-!

day night, in college football coach-1

es ouices around the country,
travel weary assistants show up

lugging briefcases bulging with

charts on a future opponent scout scouted
ed scouted the day before.

These s h a r p-eyed gentlemen

have, in their own through way

made it absolutely impossible tor
any surprises to crop up on any

given Saturday.

The old, old business about a

team practicing behind barred

doors, and emerging that week

end with a secret weapon never
before seen, is something you near

about only in magazine fiction

tales these days.

Frank Foster was pointing this
out. Foster is Navy's chief scout
and is usually credited by Army's

Red Blaik when the Middies win
one of the big ones in Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. According to him, there is no
such tiling as a "surprise" in foot football.
ball. football. "When we are through scouting

.1 team," he says, "there usually is
very little we do not know about
them. When the team starts to
practice for our game we can go
to sleep nights. One thing you're
certain of they are not cooking
up any hew formations or such

fcr us." i

The reasoning behind this Is
simple. Football, Foster points out,

has gotten so complicated that a

crew ot 45 or so kids has all it

can do to remember the hundreds
of normal moves they've uem
taught without taking time out
to learn a secret formation to sur surprise
prise surprise Saturday's enemy.
"TJsed to be." he aavs. '"'when

you'd scout a team, you'd take
only a few plays to chart defenses.

They would line up in a six, seven

or inayDe even an eignt-man line.
That was all they had to show.

aucr mat, you concentrated on

wieir oiiense and individual char characteristics.
acteristics. characteristics. "Today every team has 10 or
12 defenses. That's enough to keep
you busy. So we usually put two
men on a team the week before we

play them."

It has been a Ions time Foster

says, since a team turorised Naw

with some new formation. He oen
back 32 years for one. He remem

bers that Army in 1924 went into
two weeks of closed sessions be before
fore before the Navy game and cam
out of it with a drastically changed
offense.

The Cadets ditched th sinip

wuig usea au season and came

out wun a noire Damp sh ft nm

was lucky. They had played the

o mcieiy wenv snout Mings
as if it were Notre Dame all over
again.

'It would be suicide to try that
Stuff todav." Foster av "Th v.

eiaae kid's brain is ohnuf hnct-

ing apart witn all the stuff he

nas to Know, if you tried to change
him over entirely he would proD-

auiy piay u like a sand-lotter."
Columbia's Lou i.ir.t.ie

edited as the master nf imud

agrees. "Every big game which a
Columbia team has won in iS.

past 15 years has been played just

use any otner contest, tactically
speaking. Oh, we may make a

tuange nere and there. But noth
ing reallv drastic When

you do it with the fnnf ha 1 1 imn wo

- - ---. iwvvwtm juu vc

pja.vea au year.

'A boy hasn't got time for
cloak-and-dagger stuff."

Pueiio Rico
Shark Rough

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (NEA)

Most of the contestants in the
International Invitational Game

Fish Tournament agreed with Dr.
Ernesto Chavex of the Mexican
team that Puerto Rican fish play
too rough.
Dr. Chavez fought a 150-pound
martin for an hour and a half.
Then a school of sharks threaten threatened
ed threatened the catch and it sounded. The
battle continued another hour while
Dr. Chavez boatmates threw an
the bait overboard to distract the
sharks, peppered them and even
reached over and beat them with
cans, bottles and beverage cases
and buckets. Finally, the rod snapped.

Next To The

Minus Pool

INGLEWOO.D Calif. (NEA)
Hollywood Park, the track of Iskes
and flowers, boasts a number of
bodies of water lakes, lagoons,
etc.
They are planning a statue of
the record-wrecking Swaps, prob probably
ably probably the greatest of the Califor-TUa-breds.
Asked to suggest a location for
the statue, a quick-witted wag re
plied:
"Next to the minus pool."

Seven-Man Olympic
Team To Represent
US In Weighting
SAN JOSE, Calif. (UP )-A seven-man
U.S. Olympic weight lift lifting
ing lifting tear heads for Melbourne next
month well stocked with experi experience
ence experience and power which includes
two 1952 games champions and a
mammoth discovery from Georgia-Tommy
Kono of Honolulu, who
won the lightweight crown at Hel Helsinki
sinki Helsinki four years ago, easily quali qualified
fied qualified again for the trip Saturday
as a light heavyweight by lifting
a total of 940 pounds.
Pete George, a fellow ttlist
from Akron, Ohio, won the right

to represent the middleweight
class with 155 pounds. However,
most of the plaudits were re
served for Paul Anderson, a 3N
pounder from Toceoa. tia., woo
won the heavyweight berth as r,
pected with a combined lift of
1,115 pounds.

Today Encanto .35 .20
Van Johnson In
"23 Paces To Baker Street"
In Cinemascope!
Kay Kendall in
"ABDULLAH'S HAREM"

Today IDEAL 70 10
Rosa Carmine, in
"El Infierno de los robres"
Pedro Infante in
"EL SEMINARIST A"

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Austin and Seymour Agency
roIld a two point stand-off and
what a match.' Every game de decided
cided decided in tb tenth frame nnd
some terrlFc scores besides.
Team totols 2999 against 2966.
Hrry Colbert. 684; Erl Pest,
667; and Clfuck Almeda, 652.

U'meda .

Thomas .
Snellbaker
Knoll .
Best .

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Paraiso Sports

BOSTON (UP)- Edward Pot Pot-geiter,
geiter, Pot-geiter, seven foot, two inch heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight fro: Smith Africa mlr.

his American debut at the Boston

Arena on Nov. 8 against Jeff Dyer
of Springfield, Maw. Potgeiter,

wno is undefeated ir 10 pro fights,
scales around 330 pounds, while
Dyer, who stands a. "-four, weighs
about 230.
CHICAGO (UP)- Former world
heavyweight champion Jack
Dempsey, who operates a restau restaurant
rant restaurant in New York, is expected to
remain in a hospital here for sever.-!
days for treatment of a chron chronic
ic chronic knee condition. Doctors said the
61-year old Dempsey will be hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized for several days to rest
the strained left knee.

971 997 2999

Seymour Agency

Cascio
Kunkel
waster

SAN FRANCISCO CUP)- Tony
Mnrahit.f) ro-nwner of the San

Francisco Forty-Niners, leveled !SuPes.
sharp blast Sunday at National Colbert
Football League Commissioner!

Bert Bell for what he called the
league's "very incompetent" officiating.

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP)-BiU
Yorzyk, a member of the U.S.
Olympic swimming team, set a
new American long course mark
of 1:02.1 for the 100-meter butter butterfly
fly butterfly in Yale University's 50-meter

practice pool Sunday. Yorzyk, a
pre-medical student from Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Mass., missed the listed
'world mark of 1:02.0 held by

Gyorgy Tumpek of Hungary and
Takashi Ishimoto of Japan.

Morabito's volley was fired dur during
ing during a dressing-room discussion of
the Forty-Niners' 38-21 trimming
by the Chicago Bears. The loss
wiped out for another year the
Morabito brothers' long unsated
hopes for achampoinship team.
Morabito said NFL game Offi Officials
cials Officials were "no more competent
than the commissioner who ap appoints
points appoints them and that is very

I incompetent.
Bell was raked as a "dictator,"
I who Morabito said was responsi responsible
ble responsible for "90 per cent" of the poor
I officiating.
Bell, reached at his Philadelphia
jhpme, lefended the league's offi offi-,
, offi-, cials and said he didn't resent the

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The tempo of the league has
picked up and after eight weeks
we have 16 out of 20 bowlers av averaging
eraging averaging 180 or better.
Also, this weekend at the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights Service Center, is to
be held the second annual do--bles
competition. Several out outstanding
standing outstanding couples have entered
and much hieh scoring is -anticipated.
Everyone is invited to
come out and see and partici participate,
pate, participate, be ye dub or pro. See you
there.

accusations made by Morabito
"in fact I like him," Bell said.
"They (the off Hals) are very
comoetent and they have he.
tonchest job in the world," Bell
said. "I'll always stand up for
them."

YONKERS, N.Y. (UP) The
New York Harness Racing Com Commission
mission Commission will conduct a hearing tfc
day on the six-horse pile-up that
occurred at Yonkers Raceway
Saturday night and caused the
management to refund $194,051 in
wagers.
The refunds were made after 300
fans vaultel the fence and stood
on the track in amass pro. est
when only two of the eight starters
in the opening race survived the
pile-up.

DOESN'T COUNT
Champaign, 111. -(NEA) Il Illinois
linois Illinois gave California, Washington,
Ohm State and Minnecnt.a a Hr.iti-

bing statistically while losing three

01 its nrst four football eames.

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the boat.' FiP-hree turned no
late, saying they had missed1
trains, but it was assumed that
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Detroit Lions Could Become
First Pro Grid Team To Leap
From Cellar Position To Flag

By EARL WRIGHT
NEW yo&K.'Oct. 32 (UP) -The
Detroit Lions are trying to
become the first National Football
League team' to leap from last to
nrst and don't bet too much they
won't pull the trick.
Detroit, which finished last In
ihe Western Division in 1955,
cleared one of its stiffest hurdUa
Sunday and emerged as the pfo
circuit's only perfect record team
Dy whipping the Rams at Los An-
Chicago Bears (4-1), who overpow
'ered the San Francisco Forty
Niners, 38-21.
j M. .....
me eastern race tightened as
the New York Giants moved into
a first-place tie with the Chicago
Cardinals (both 4-1). The Giants
defeated the Philadelphia Eagles,
oa n .,.L!t ai vvr l r l t a
skins upset the Cardinals, 17-14.
It was tne cardinals nrst loss
after sweeping four games.
Cleveland Hopes Fade
The Pittsburgh Steelers virtually
tended Cleveland's faint hope of
keeping the Eastern title by rally rallying
ing rallying to down the Browns, 2446.
Both the Browns and the Rams,
defending Western champions, are
defending Western champions, are
In last place with 1-4 records with
only seven games to play.
Lenny Moore Baltimore's can candidate
didate candidate for rookie-of-the-year hon honors,
ors, honors, made touchdown runs of' 72
and 79 yards to lead the Colts to
a 28-21 triumph over the Green
Bay Packers in the other game.
The defensive platoons played
vital roles in three of the key con contests.
tests. contests. Bobby Layne scored Detroit's
touchdown and also booted the ex
tra point and two field goals. But
Yale Lary, a defensive back, was

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stating constating of one Four Eltmtnt Tan
Meter; one Three Element Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen Mater and one Four Ele Element
ment Element Twenty Meter Beam All in
good condition. 2610-A Cocoli
or Balboa 2-1571.
FOR SALE: "Win Power" port portable
able portable electric plant, 350 watt.,
practically now. Phont 3-1296,
Oliver.
FOR SALE: Plana upright, fair
condition, with bench. House
712-D, Balboa. Phont 2-1294.
FOR SALE: Hallic rafter TV tat
21 -inch, plastic cast, no .cratch .cratches,
es, .cratches, perfect pitying condition 1 00
dollar, or best offer. Call Al Albrook
brook Albrook 7144, 7:00 to 3:00, 5208
after.
FOR SALE: 140 Ptnn fithing
reel with 500 ytrdi 30-cord line.
Phone 3-2726.
Wonted to Buy
NEEDED: Willy. Station Wag Wagon,
on, Wagon, tacond hand. Information at
the Refreshment Shop af Lux
Theater.
the lad who frustrated the Rams
before 76,758 fens. He set uo a
field goal with a 38-yard punt re
turn and one of his three pass in interceptions
terceptions interceptions led to the Lien touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. Catarat Scores Pour TDs
Burly Rick Casares plunged for
four Bears touchdowns at San..
Francisco, but it was little Perry
Jeter who kept the Forty-Niner de defense
fense defense in trouble. He proved one
of the most elusive ball-carriers
ever seen in Kezar Stadium and
set up two Bear touchdowns
The Cardinals took a 14-0 lead
at Chicago but the Redskins ral
lied on Sam Baker's field goal and
Al Dorow s 34-yard scoring pass
to Dick James. Doros followed
with a 40-yard toss to end Steve
Meihnger for the decisive touch
down.
New York's defense shackled
Philadelphia's offense at Yankee
Philadelphia's offense at Yankee
Stadium. Charley Conerly threw a
20-yard touchdown pass to Frank
Gifford and set up Alex Webster's
scoring plunge and one of Ben
Agajanian's two field goals.
The Browns took a 13-0' lead at
Cleveland but Pittsburgh's defen.
sive unit blocked a field goal try,
and intercepted two passes in h
second quarter. Quarterback Tei
Marchibroda took advantage cf
each Brownie error. He followed
them with touchdown passes to Ei.
bie Nickel and Lowell Perry and
set up a scoring plunge by Lynn
Chandnois.
ITALIAN THREAT
Washington (NEA) -Italy's
Paoli Rosi boxes Henry (Tooth (Toothpick
pick (Toothpick Brown of Philadelphia in a
'10-round lightweight match at
Washington's New Capitol Arena,
Nov, 2
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FOR RENT

Apartment
ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining1 room, two
bathroom., porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Apartment in pre preferred
ferred preferred residential section: Cool,
quiet, 2 bedroom., living room,
dining room, bathroom, kitchen,
laundry room, garage, storage
room. Screened, hot water heat heater
er heater installed. For further infor information
mation information call 3-1650 Panama.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
small apartment or room. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful residential taction. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living and dining room, 2
porchet, kitchen, hot water,
maid't roam, 3 tervicet, garage.
44th and Colombia Street. No.
44-17, Bella Vista. Information:
Apartment, Sousa Building.
FOR RENT: Apartment, El
Cangrejo, Alberto Navarro St.
For information Phone 3-1982.
FOR RENT : Comfortable small
apartment with garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, acrott from Hotel Pana Panama
ma Panama in "Mercedes Building." Al Alto
to Alto available office tpace. Plaate
inquire at Foto Htlcon (same vi vicinity).
cinity). vicinity). Phone 3-1179 or 3 3-6082.
6082. 3-6082. FOR RENT: Ideal for a bache bachelor
lor bachelor or a couple, furnithed one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage. Call 3-0445, 3-1899.
FOR RENT: Furnithed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, tcreentd, inspected. Via
Espana. house before Juan Fran Franco.
co. Franco. FOR RENT: Apartment. 13th
Street No. 21, San Francitco.
FOR RENT: At "La Cretta," in
new building, modern 2-bed-room
apartment. Living room,
dining room, kitchen, laundry
room, maid't room, 2 bathrooms,
garage, hot water installation,
Apply to 5th Street No. 12, La
Cresrt.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, G.I. inspected: fur furnished
nished furnished $80, unfurnished $65.
Jolt de Fabrega Ave. No. 16.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool
2- bedroom furnished apartment,
"Ei Cangrejo," near Hotel El
Panama. Hot water included. All
utilities For information phone
3- 6796.
Boys Live High
Olympic
MELBOURNE, (NEA) -When
a weary, hungry United States ath
lcte returns to Olympic Village,
Nov. 22-Dec. 8, he can forget cau
iion and a strictly-energizing 'diet
and order a full list of delicacies.
Six thousand athletes from 74
nations will live high and hand handsome.
some. handsome. One hundred chefs have
been recruited in European and
other countries. Competitors will
consume an average of nine pounds
and 10 ounces of fodd and drink
a day.
Results of nearly two years of
research into dietetic preferences
of 11 groups British-American,
Latin American, East Asian, West
Asian, Israeli, French-Belgian, Mid
and South and East European,
Russian, Scandinavian and Mo
hammedan were submitted to
the various nations for comment.
On menus for hot dishes will be
such items as goulash, savoury
prawn fritters, seaweed, soup,
Madras egg curry, chicken, tur
key, kangaroo tail soup and grill
ca spatcncocK.
Experience Counts
T.V.
RADIO1
HI-FI
o Antennas
o Service
o Installations
o Parts
Prompt Service
Fait Charges
'"ST iheW
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CALL
Panama
3-1285
Via Espana ft 45th
Bella Vista
St.

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RESORTS

PHILLIPS Oce.n.ide Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate.. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. One mite past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
MmMm Shows Queen
Thing Or Two
Al Royal Film Show
LONDON, Oct. 31 (UP) Ac
tress Marilyn Monroe must have
been somewhere else when word
went out recently not to show too
much cleavag at Monday night's
royal film show, members of the
audience declared today.
The blonde movie star's reveal revealing'
ing' revealing' neckline almost set a new
British record as she stepped up
to meet the number one member
of the audience, Queen Elizabeth
But the Queen never batted an
eyelash. She held out her hand to
Marilyn and said, we re neigh
bors. How do you like your
house?
"Oh, I Bke it fine," the actress
said, nervously licking her lips
Wearing the low-cut, tight
sheath of gold lame, Marilyn had
all the other film stars at the
show, even the usually decollete
Anita Ekberg, pale with envy and
chagrin that they had heeded the
instructions and were modestly at
tired to the point of demureness
Miss Ekberg was covered right
to the chin, although the back of
her gown plunged all the way
down her spine. French siren Bri-
gitte Bardot also showed only a
glunpse of her celebrated shoul
ders. 'Jwijfe 1
But everyone agreed that Miss
Monroe's gown made up for every everybody.
body. everybody. Shoemaker Tired;
Starts Seven-Week
Vacation Today
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31 (UP) (UP)-Jockey
Jockey (UP)-Jockey Willie Shoemaker began a
seven-week vacation today after
indicating that he no longer want
ed to challenge Willie Hartack for
the national riding championship.
Shoemaker unexpectedly left
Garden State Track Saturday aft after
er after failing to finish in the money
aboard California Kid in the rich
Garden State Stakes.
The ace jockey Monday dis
closed through his agent. Harrv
Gilbert, that he needed a rest .and
was taking a seven-week vacation.
The California rider's announce
ment came as he was only one
winner behind Hartack with 314 to
his eastern rival's 315.
Memorial Service
A memorial service will be
held tonight at the La Boca
Christian Mission Gospel Taber Tabernacle
nacle Tabernacle at 7:30 in honor of Rev.
Ernest Charles Wilson, district
superintendent, who died in New
York on Oct. 11. The public Is
invited.
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CALL 2-2374
Service and Calls
as late as 10:00 p.m.
Expert TV Engineers
Complete Testing
Equipment
Job or Contract
Service
AS CLOSE AS TOUR
TELEPHONE
TELE-RAD
CORNER "H" and DARIEN

FOR SALE

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Skin divert, com compressed
pressed compressed air refiib, clean air, 70 70-eu.
eu. 70-eu. ft. $1.50. Drop -off Tuesdty,
c!k"S.P T"Mri Panama
5km Diving Shop, n Tuesday
to 10 p.m
USED BOAT, motor and trailer.
Make offer We buy, tell and
hade. See the new Thundtrbird
fiber glass boat on display. The
A"ENATHY SPORTING
GOODS, across tide street Hotel
El Panama. Phone 3-0264.
US Amateur Golfers
Win Americas Cup
Tournament Again
MEXICO CITY (UP)-The Unit.
ed States' third straight victory in
the Americas Cup tournament left
little doubt that he Yanks boas
some-of the world's best amateur
golfers.
After collecting UV of 12 possi possible
ble possible points in Saturday's opening
matches, the U.S. squad won 18
of 24 points in Sunday's conclud concluding
ing concluding threesome matches for a win winning
ning winning total of 29V4 points.
Mexico finished a surprising sec second
ond second with 13 points, whHe Canada
was thrd with 11.
Ken Ventur, captain of the U.S.
team, did not play in the conclud concluding
ing concluding matches because of illness.
However, Bill Campbell of Hunt Huntington,
ington, Huntington, W. Va., proved an able re replacement
placement replacement by garnering four
points.
In Air, in Sea
ACROSS
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12 Garden tool
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14 Born
15 Indebtedness
17 Pronoun
18 Ornaments
19 Revokes
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24 Boston's
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27 Specks
29 Near East
liquor
32 Gets up
34 Amatory
36 Traveling bag
37 Deduce
38 Ardor
39 Droops
41 Scoundrel
42 Number
44 Places
46 Prayers
49 Splendor
53 Dove's call
54 Fermented
dough
56 Light brown
57 Feminine
appellation
58 Insect
59 Metric
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6 Turkish inn
7 Theater seat
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The story of the picture "WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS"
evolves around the dally happenings in the big city of New
York. The constant activities of the law against organised
crime, the eternal vigilance to avoid deUnquency. The enor enormous
mous enormous greed of the racketeers, misguided romances. All
these serve as a basis for a drama with strong emotional
impact.
Ten leading Hollywood stars render excellent perform performances,
ances, performances, headed by Dana Andrews, Rhonda Fleming, George
Sanders, Ida Luplno, Thomas Mitchell, Sally Forrest, etc,
under the direction of the prlse-wlnning top motion pic picture
ture picture director Frits Lang.
"WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS," opens tomorrow at the
Lux.

FOR RENT

Houses)
FOR RENT: Furnithed chalet:
3 bedroom., exceptional petition,
"I" Street. El Cangrejo (first
street to the right, entering by
Trans Isthmian Highway, 8th
chalet left hand). Call 2-2718,
Carlos Julie Quijano or 3-0798.
FOR RENT: Furnithed chalet:
2 bedroom., porch, living-dining
room, pantry, kitchen, garage,
maid't room, $150. Golf Heights
7th Street No. 26. Phone 3 3-4244.
4244. 3-4244. FOR RENT: Elegant mansion,
facing Hotel El Panama: Spa Spacious
cious Spacious garden, double garage, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, terrace,
etc. Unfurnished $200' including
gardener. Phone 3-1716, Dr.
Burgos.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
chalet $75. 48th Street No. 25,
Bella Vista. Available Nov. 1st.
Phone 3-2349, 3-1933
Wife Of Auditor
Asks For Goods
SPRINGFIELD, HI. Oct. 31
(UP) The wife of imprisoned
former state Auditor Orville E.
Hodge has filed suit to recover
more than $500,000 in proterty
turned over to the state as resti restitution
tution restitution for her husband's $1.5 mil million
lion million raid on the treasury.
Mrs. Margaret Hodge, claiming
she was "subjected to undue in influence"
fluence" influence" when she signed away
her share of the Hodge property
Aug. 31, Monday filed suit in
Sangamon County Circuit court.
The suit, naming state Auditor
Lloyd Morey as defendant, at attempted
tempted attempted to halt the state's dispos disposing
ing disposing of any property in which she
had an interest.
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7:00 Meet Millie
7:30 Truth or Consequence!
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:30 Two for The Money
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MOVIE STARS AT HOTEL Ross Tablyn and his wife Venetia Stevenson, Rita Moreno and
Donna Reed, Hollywood cinema stars, arrived at Hotel El Panama yesterday afternoon for a
short stay In Panama. They were coming from the Caracas, Venezuela, film festival. Miss
Reed won an Oscar for her role in "From here to Eternity." Miss Moreno delighted Isthmian
movie audiences two weeks ago with her performance of Tupkin in "The King and I." Ross
Tablyn and his wife are both young stars. He was in "Hit the Deck." They were married
just recently.

CZ. Community Chest Drive
Reaches 20lo Of Its Target
.
Cash contributions and pledges totaling $5020.06 have already been received from Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company and Canal Zone Government Units toward the 1956 Community Chest
Fund Drive in the Canal Zone, It was reported today.
Keymen who began this week as members of the Governor's Council for Voluntary Giving
to carry the 1956 appeal throughout the organization, reported that this amount represented
20 of the Company Government goal.
In the first two days of the drive 15 of all United States citizen employes and 11.7 of
10,060 non-U.S. citizen employes had participated.

Contributions totaling 88 of goal were received from the Of Of-Jts
Jts Of-Jts goal were received from the i f ice of- the Governor-President.
Office of the Comptroller and Thro diviiiom of the Company Company-donations
donations Company-donations totaling 72.5 Of Its Government, all of them within the
Governor Joins Chest Keymen

Gov. W. E. Potter joined with
the officially appointed keymen
yesterday In carrying through throughout
out throughout the company-Government
organization the appeal of the
Canal Zone community Chest
for funds with which to contin continue
ue continue the services of 14 different
organizations.
Appearing before informal
gatherings in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights,
the Governor suggested that
employes use la day's pay as a
guide in deciding the amount of
their donations to the united
fund drive.
The need of each of the 14 a a-eencies
eencies a-eencies included in ithe Commu Community
nity Community Chest are real and necessary
If they are to carry on during
the coming year with the wor worthy
thy worthy activities which otherwise
might be left undone, potter
stated.
There is no real charity -n-Tolved
but each contribution
adds to the betterment of
community living in the Canal
Zone both for us and for those
less fortunate, he said.
It was the children especially
that the Governor said he had
In mind when he urged support
of the various agencies.
The goal this year, he told the
employes Is. set at $35,000 and
every penny of that Is budgeted
by the organizations included in
the Community Chest. In many
cases they will get only a per
centage of the funds they ac actually
tually actually need.
Potter addressed a group of
employes in the Accounting Di Division
vision Division office and later a group
of employes on the third floor
of the Administration Building,
who gathered in the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Division office.
A partial list of solicitors en engaged
gaged engaged in this year's campaign
follows:
Supply and Employe Services
Bureau R. O. Therault, Miss
J. M. Gill, H. C Egolf, Dorothy
C. Rose, Christopher Greaves,
Guy V. Bruton, James E. Lord,
Hilton Goodridge, Frederick D D-Stewart,
Stewart, D-Stewart, Reuben s. Eversley, Cy Cyril
ril Cyril E. Jones, Delman H. Clark,
James M. Kelly, Luther M. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, C. W. Kllbey, Mrs. Elizabeth
S. Coleman, Wilbur W. Babb,
Mrs. Janet Bienz, Pauline Kap Kaplan,
lan, Kaplan, Aubrey G. Thorbourne, Ru Rupert
pert Rupert Wilson, Mrs. G. Wason, Mrs.
Martha W. Keller, Mrs. Undine
M. Reid, Gladys R. Cerille, Car Carmen
men Carmen L. Hassocks, Myrtle E. Mon Mon-rose,
rose, Mon-rose, and Mrs. Sunlce E. Hamil Hamilton.
ton. Hamilton. Oscar B. Lowe, C. B. Prescott,
C. C. Gittens, John R. Small,
Wilfred White, Frances R. Bras Bras-sel,
sel, Bras-sel, Geraldine L. Watson, Clara
A. Alleyne, C. C. Rowe, Harold
O. Blackman, C. W. Wade, Rose
Parker, Joshua V. Robinson, Eg Egbert
bert Egbert M. Best, Charles C. Mayers,
Daniel By field, Cornelius E.
Brooks, Fecedla A. Douglas.
Edson B. James, Albert Hack Hack-U,
U, Hack-U, Alexander A. Holder, Lionel
I McLean, Arnold "V. Williams,

Dudley G. Jones, Roy A. Sharp,
Edward S. Dixon, Norman A.
Blades, Norman N. Bornick, Gil

bert E. Manning, Walter E.
Clark, Clayton N. Waterman,
Stanley V. Waterman, Jose A.
Arias and James S. Raymond.
T. G. Relihan, S. A. Salter,
Wilfred C. Adams, Harry A.
Dockery, C. L. Cockburn, H. E.
St. Omere, E. B. Callomn, Arthur
U. Beigrave, Harold w. Rerne,
Horace M. Roberts, Charles Da
vis, Marcella I. Williams, E. L.
Durant, Roby S. Joseph, H. N.
Watson, C. D. Cumberbatch, Vle Vle-del
del Vle-del N. Anthony, Clifford R.
Green, Robert Walker.
B. D. Gibtens. Clarence A. Per
kins, Seabert Haynes, Ivan But-
ier, j. e. caaogan, c. A. Watson,
Doris Sealv. John W Rrwhestpr
Richard Ford, Lolita Wade, P.
E. Ford, JBmma Trower, Eric
Asniey, G. P. Hinds, Roy Rave Rave-r.eau,
r.eau, Rave-r.eau, Cleveland Roberts, Harold
Williams. E. W. Lansimiot. .T P..
Bevington. c. Scantlebury, p.
usDorne, warren D. Marquard,
tr. w. campoeu and s. C Squi-
ers.
J. O. DesLondes, John J. Med Med-ling,
ling, Med-ling, Hyman G. Forth, R. p. Wil Wilkinson,
kinson, Wilkinson, Karl L. Harris, Ida L.
Filos. E. Francis. A Aonilar v.
Claude Bellamy and Dave E.
wnue.

EIGHT of the employes who ar retiring from Canal service this month and one who will retire at the end of November, were
received by Gov. w. E. Potter and presented with retirement certificates. Above Potter is shown receiving the employes and
their Bureau Directors in his office at Balboa Heights. From left to right are Robert L. Miller; Capt. W. S. Rodlmon, Marine" Di Director;
rector; Director; George W. Smith; Edward A. Doolan, Personnel Director; Philip Arrieta; Cleveland A. Schecker; E. M. Browder, Jr., act acting
ing acting Engineering and Construction Director; Clifford M. Glenn; Jerome F. Evans; Wilson H. Crook. Supply and Employe Service
J?nnCp.rrSnneesrJ? Mr8, Marie A- Van clief; H.L.Perantie, chief of the Administrative Branch;

office of the Comptroller, have
reached a full 100 of personnel
participation.
These divisions reaching this
goal, which means that every
employe has made some contri contribution
bution contribution ito the Community chest
drive, are the comptroller's Of Office,
fice, Office, the Budget and Rates Di Division
vision Division and the Treasury Branch.
Community Chest donations and
pledges began pouring in early
Monday morning when the drive
started off to a flying start with
key men bringing the appeal to
every employe in the Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government organization.

Donations receiver! Kv tp
Chest Campaign .officer in the
Credit Union at. Ralhna
just passed "the $3500-mark on
uie second oay ot the drive yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, wtih ten additional
checks coming in from chairman
William Schmitt's "Special
Gifts" committee and several
gifts coming from individual
donors who included two retired
employes of the Canal organiza organization
tion organization and one anonymous giver
identified as "one who enjoyed
the flower arrangement course
held at the Balboa YMCA-USO.'
"Special Gifts" received yes yesterday
terday yesterday came from the star and
Herald Company, $25; Smoot
and Paredes, S.A., $25; C. W. Ho Ho-ma
ma Ho-ma and H. I. Homa of H. I. Ho-
ma company, $50; Esteban Du Du-ran
ran Du-ran Amais, S.A, $10; Boyd Bro Brothers,
thers, Brothers, $25; Hojalateria Panama,
S.A., $5; American Supply Com Company,
pany, Company, S.A., $10; Otto Hausman,
$5; Armour Inc., $25; Chase
Manhattan Bank, $100; First Na National
tional National city Bank, $100.

Eight Canal employes who are
retiring from service this month
have been presented retirement
certificates by Governor W. E.

Potter.
During the farewell ceremony,
held in the Governor's office at
Balboa Heights, the Governor con
gratulated each of the employes
on his many years of service, A
similar ceremony was held in
September for another group of
employes who also retire in Oct October
ober October but who left the Isthmus ear earlier
lier earlier in the month.
The list of retirement in Oct October
ober October was one of the longest of
many months since several em employes
ployes employes had delayed leaving the
service to take advantage of be
nefits in the recent retirement
legislation.
In addition to the group who left
the service earlier in the month,
those retiring at the end of Octob
er, their positions, and length of
their Canal service follows:
Philip Arrieta, Cash Accounting
Clerk, Division of Storehouses; 14
years, and four months.
Jerome F. Evans, Commissary
Supervisor, Balboa Commissary;
30 years, end one month.
John P. Fahnestock, Blacksmith,
Dredging Division; 16 years and
seven, months.
Antonio Fernandez, Machinist
Pacific Locks Division; 21 years
and 10 months.
Gilbert H. Furey, Superintend Superintendent,
ent, Superintendent, Printing Plant; 30 years,
and four months.
Clifford M. Glenn, Lead Fore
man, Road Construction, M a i n t
enance Division; 17 years.
George W. Smith, Supervisory
Storekeeper, Atlantic Locks; 14
years and two months.
Cleveland A. Schecker, Disabil Disability
ity Disability Relief Officer, Employment
and Utilisation Division; 33 ytars
and two months.
Marie A. Van Clief, Accounting
Clerk, Accounting Di v i s i o n; 19
years and eight months.
Captain Alan S. Wallace, Pilot
Navigation Division; 32 y r s
and 10 months.
Arrieta plans to make his future
home in San Antonio, Texas.
Fahnestock is a native of Jack
sonville, Florida. He joined the
Canal organization in 1940 when he
was employed as a blacksmith in
the Balboa shoos. He was trans
ferred to the Dredging Division in
iau wnere ne was employed as a
blacksmith up to the time of his re retirement.
tirement. retirement. He clans to leave the Ti't.hmita
early in November and will live in
Oceanside. California.
Mr. and Mrs. Fernandez left the
isthmus last month and will live
in Miami. Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn will sail for
New York Saturday on the Pans
ma uiner and will visit in Texas
mi wt it
iney are undecided anout where
they will live after his retirement
Mr. and Mrs. Schecker sailed
October 26 on the Panama Line
for New York. Thev will maim
their home in Pittsburg, Kansas,
tor me present.
After his retirement, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith plan to make their
home on the Isthmus.
Mrs. Van Clief expects to re remain
main remain on the Isthmus after her re retirement.
tirement. retirement. Captain and Mrs. Wallace plan
to make their home in Costa Ri Ri-ca
ca Ri-ca after his retirement.

32nd YEAR

Hungarian Rebels Tell Russians:
Get Out Or We'll Throw You Out'
VIENNA, Oct. 31 (UP) Hungarian revolutionariet today demanded complete withdrawal of ail Russian troop
by Dec. 31, failing which they would be ousted by force of arms.
At the same time they demanded immediate scrapping of the Warsaw pact, the Communist eastern NATO,
and take-over by the Hungarian army within a week of the Russian-operated uranium mines in Hungary.

The demands were laid down
in a manifesto Issued jointly by
the revolutionary tribunal of
the Hungarian armed forces and
the civilian revolutionary tribu tribunal
nal tribunal representing civilian parti partisans.
sans. partisans. The two bodies together rep
resent virtually all the anti-
Communist rebel forces.
The manifesto was broadcast
by Budapest radio.
Soviet troops vanished before
dawn today from all of down downtown
town downtown Budapest except a small
The
Judge's Bench
Clementina Rangel Diaz, 19,
Panamanian, was given a 10-day
jail sentence in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court yesterday for loi loitering
tering loitering about the gate at Fort
Kobbe.
Thomas James, 43, was fined
$5 for failure to control the
speed of his bus.
Another bus-driver, Rafael
Ralford Price, 33, Panamanian,
was fined $10 for overtaking on
the left and interfering with on oncoming
coming oncoming traffic. The offense oc occurred
curred occurred in Paraiso.
Pedro Antonio Bernal, 34, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, caught trespassing in
the toy section of Balboa Com Commissary
missary Commissary was fined $10.
Encarnackm Corpas, 34, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $10 for fai
lure to use care in starting a
vehicle.
Following too closely in an
automobile was the 'offense of
Alfred Tulle, 43, Panamanian
He was fined $5.
Mystery Note Put
In Zipfuel Plane
WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 (UP) -Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wil
son has injected a note of myste
ry into Air Force plans to develop
a supersonic, long rage bomber
powered by new chemical zip
iuel.
Wilson was asked in a TV inter
view about reports the Air Force
has awarded a contract for the
design of a supersonic bomber
powered by. "rare chemicals."
Wilson replied, "I can't confirm
it." Then he added, "I don't see
why they were in such a hurry
to announce it." He declined to
discuss the matter further.
A spokesnan also said there has
been no announcement by the Air
Force of such a contract.
Boeing and North American Avi
ation are known to have con
tracts to develop a design for a
supersonic bomber as successor
to the B52.

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1956

area in the center where purg purged
ed purged Communist leaders are be believed
lieved believed holed up.
Despite Hungarian announce announcements
ments announcements that all Russian units
would be out of the capital this
morning, Red Army tanks and
armored cars still occupied at 8
a.m. a seven-block-long area
running east from the chain
bridge over the Danube, the
main east-west link across the
river.
Ousted Premier Andreas He He-gedues
gedues He-gedues and Communist Party

Cardinal Mindszenty Comes Home

VIENNA. Oct. aittTTM.Tn-
szef cardinal Mindszenty has
returned, o his Budapest home
from eight years of confinement
in a communist jail, radio Bu Budapest
dapest Budapest reported today. The Cath Catholic
olic Catholic primate was regarded here
as a major possibility for Hun-
Kaiy s nexi premier.
The Hungar'an Communist
regime alreadv had declared
"hull and void" all charges a-
gainst tne imprisoned primate
of the Catholic Church in
Hungary and a Communist
broadcast said there had not
La Boca Candidates
Introduced Tuesday
President Cleveland Roberts of the
l. coca civic Council has an
nouncerl that tha anfi ai.t. i
wiwic ojoic m
15 members of the La Boca Civic
council will be chosen at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the C incil nn tha
- ill V
of Nov. 6.
M residents of the communi community
ty community ere urged to attend a 7:30
p.m. meeting at the La Boca
Scjooi on Tuesday when candi candidates
dates candidates for each position on the
Council will be nominated and
lected.
The La Boca Council is not fol following
lowing following the procedure of balloting
adopted by the Congress of Civic
Councils, but is following its past
procedure f the election of com community
munity community representatives except that
the election session is being held
on November 61 this year rather
than in October as in the past.

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leader Ernoe Geroe were re reported
ported reported holding out in that a a-rea
rea a-rea during the revolution. But
today there were reports they
were fleeing to the Soviet Un Union,
ion, Union, accompaned by high offi officers
cers officers of the secret police.
Just to the north of the still still-occupied
occupied still-occupied river front area is par parliament
liament parliament house, where Hegedues'
successor, Imre Nagy, has re remained
mained remained throughout the battle
of Budapest. Only Hungarian
troops kept watch there.

been the "slightest legal basis"
for jailing him.
Today's broadcast said he had
been freed by revolutionary
troops from a jail at Felsoepete Felsoepete-ny
ny Felsoepete-ny about 80 miles northeast of
Budapest and after discussing
"important problems" with his
liberators drove to his Budapest
home.
Only a few hours before the
current premier, Imre Nagy,
issued a decree saying he had
been "fully pardoned."
Weather Or Not
Thif viilkai Miutrt ft, U 11
hours ending t a.m., today, ii pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURE:
High ...
Lew ....
82
74
96
74,
S22
.01
80
88
75
93
54
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1.35
' 82
HUMIDITY:
High
Low
WIND:
(max. mph) ..
RAIN (inchei)
WATER TIMP.:
(inner harbors)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1
HIGH
2:12 a.m.
2:43 p.m.
LOW
8:33 a.m.
8:52 p.m.
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STEWART GRANGER mum

FIVE CENTS

Dead silence p r e v a i led
throughout the city this morn morning
ing morning for the first t'uke in the
week since nationalists rose
gainst the Hegedues regime.
The rumble of the withdraw withdrawing
ing withdrawing Soviet armored units was
heard earlier this morning, but
by dawn the operation was com complete,
plete, complete, except for the chain
bridge sector.
Encouraging signs of peace
were also reflected in the swift swiftness
ness swiftness in which a telephone call
was made to Vienna, in the past
72 hours the government-controlled
teleDhone aervir. ha
been a weird but accurate crisis
Darometer.
It was not known immediate immediately
ly immediately where the Russians had nne
There were no reports of serious
iigntine during the night, al although
though although it was possible the with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing Soviet, unite mioht have
encountered trigger-happy sni
pers in me suDurDS.
Hungarian troops with the
Red stars ripped from their
badges and nationalist red,
white and green ribbons in
uheir place mingled with the
Russians east of th chain
bridge, apparently to discour-
r t u : j
AgC iucr JIlClUCUtB.
Pari iamenlt was the first
strategic building evacuated last
night. The Russians left about 8
p.m. and were replaced by ft
much smaller grouD of Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian sentries.
i
Army Chief Flies
To See Missions
Maj Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general, USARCARIB
has scheduled a trip to the U .S.
Army missions in Nicaragua, Cuba
and Honduras for the first week
in November.
Harrold left the Canal Zone
this morning October 31, and flew
to Managua, Nicaragua, Nov, 2,
he will fly to Havana, Cuba,
and remain there until Nov. 5,
Then the commanding general
will fly to Tegucigalpa, Honduras,
and returnd to the Canal Zone
Nov. 7.
Included in the general's party
are Mrs. Harrold; Col A.A. Greene,
chief of Military Missions; Col. J.P
Kaylor, G-2; Col. L.D. Farasworth
Jr. G-4; and Capt. R. G. Friar,
aide de camp.
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