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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
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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CANADIAN
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s PANAMA. R. P., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, IMS
Bombers Soften Egypt
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Sad Thursday
3

Invasion

Nearly 900 Getting

RIF Notices
Today i "Sad Thursday" in Canal Zone commissaries
and sarvice centers.
Starting yesterday afternoon and centimnnf for the
nextday or ao, aoma of tha worat fear of almost 900 em em-pitta
pitta em-pitta are coming true. Thay are losing their job.
hundreds of othat workers Haw received notices of

SCHOOL SPIRIT
BUBBLES

AT BALBOA HIGH

said today that about 825

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0,lha HaiorhtS SOUrCCS

local rata people and between 40 and SO US-rata people
wilt actually find their jobs abolished.
But those who do not receive notices within the next

few days can assume thay have weamerea we storm.

The reduction of brce esune
as a? surprise to the affected
JrotfaTa whole. An even great great-rrSwmon
rrSwmon great-rrSwmon of force had been
the 196 Treaty between Pana Panama
ma Panama United !te. In
January of that year
TV mantht go, OOTemor w.
B potter revealed the PPr PPr-LtV
LtV PPr-LtV number of P1 wh
would have to W ternnated. At
tha time, he promised ttntm
stead i the customary SO days
tiB 60 days In advance.

The

the Jobs to be abolished are in
tbe commissary. K would ap appear
pear appear the service eepers
which have a much smaller
staff will be subjected to
many change through bump-

ug
Unofficially

of the 110 e

or under the
Center about

jobs of be r

Three ty pes
ing sent out

Notices to ti

simply inform

proacmng

Arab Workers Call For Destruction

Of Western-owned Oil Installations

It was forecast tnat

imapyes woruni

Mwould lose tnelr

of notices assebe-i

mworary ernpgoyes

rftheW

m i- thev have no retention niuam

, of wsjpy, ruo &ar:tem of taVI of Bat ho

aw nwjvw

Psary

reduction

tlaen empMH

the Canal Zone, f
Termination notices cut deep deep-re
re deep-re Wtov into the ranks of those
1 J5oWtiiB service" in some
categories! both n th northern
and southern districts.
Tor example, the length of
rvk.a man must have U re-
takx a job as a ianiton Is 12
yeaw to the northern dfctnot,
11 years hi the southern.
rot a helper, non-mechanical
(the deification of a dish dish-washertTt
washertTt dish-washertTt takes about 15 years
wrvke In the northern 14 years
in the southern.

For the Job of a sales elerkJ

"C" (Grade 3) tne service is -bout
12 years m both divisions.
The service periods are ap ap-.nniiMi
.nniiMi ap-.nniiMi and there are certain

fMArm hloh change them in

a few cases.
Commissaries and service
centers were tense with appre apprehension
hension apprehension this mornng.
At Balboa Service center,
soma women with 10 to 13
years employment had reduc-

Otte counterwoman said she
was not at work yesterday, so
wmtidn't know until the end of

work today.

A cheeker said: "It's very bad.
Anywhere else you could get an another
other another job. But to Panama there's
nothing you can da"
One woman clerk who will lose
out Is the sole support of her five
children.
Since the vast majority of

School spirit exploded in
Balboa today with a fountain
of babbles, anchors and green
paint.
But, say the students of both
Balboa High School and Junior
College, all the pranks and noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal activity is preparatory to
the JC-Balboa football game to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night with no vandal vandalism
ism vandalism Intended.

The closest the two student

bodies have gotten to interfer

ence by Zone police was last

night when Balboa schoolboys
stormed Sosa Hill to turn a

mown anchor there into a "B"
for Bulldog.
The police, warned by tele tele-"phone
"phone tele-"phone calls that Sosa was being
guarded by college students,

went to the mil and picked up
and held three high schoolers in
protective custody.

They were released three hours

later.
A replica of the anchor which
has gone to winner of the BaU

boa-JC game since 1943, was
chopped in Sosa Hill grass day
before yesterday by JC students).
This morning there were two
mot developments: Someone,
presumed to be college root rooters,
ers, rooters, painted a green "Yea, JC"
a green anchor and a green

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CAIRO, Nov. 1 (UP) The
International Federation of
Arab Workers today called on
Arabs to blow up western oil
installations f necessary to
stop (he flow of oil.
The federation's a p p eal,
broadcast over Cairo radio, al also
so also called on Arabs to "destroy
all foreign bases" which could
be nsed against Egypt.
The oil threat, If carried out,
would cause chaos in rich
Amer can, British, French and
Dutch holdings in the vast Per Persian
sian Persian Golf oil fields ef Saudi
Arabia, Iraq and Kuwait.
The workers Federation
wields considerable influence
in the Arab world, particularly
in Syria and Lebanon which

are crossed by American and
British oU pipelines from Iraq
and Saudi oil fields to the
Mediterranean.
With tha Suez Canal block blocked
ed blocked by military, action, the flow
of Mddle fast oil to Western
Europe would be reduced
sharply if the threatened ac actions
tions actions succeeded.
It could move only by.t
er around the Cape of Good
Hope more than twice the
distance from the Persian Gulf
to Europe than the Sue Ca Canal
nal Canal route.
There are not enough tank tankers
ers tankers in the world to keep up tbe
flow at the rate needed by
Western Europe.

For

Parliament In Uproar
As Socialists Boo Eden

18NDON, Nov. 1 (UP) Britain and France today again bombed

Egyptian airfields and military installations in preparation for full-scale

invasion. N
With an Anglo-French task force massing in the Mediterranean wa waters,
ters, waters, off the entrance of the Suez Canal, British and French carrier and
shore-based aircraft resumed their raids against airfields at the Canal it itself
self itself and near Cairo.
An Egyptian general headquarters communique said the raids con continued
tinued continued all night.
The Egyptians charged that French planes joined Israelis in the
fighting over the Sinai.

Efforts

Notices ta other inform mera
thai they am baft reassigned
Careful study over many
months Was made to set up re

tention registers and determine
into what Jobs a man or woman
holding a specific Job could
bump.

A butcher wun snorc serr serr-lee,
lee, serr-lee, for example, will ftad a a-bout
bout a-bout six categories, going an
the wa down to those of pot pot-washer,
washer, pot-washer, or bus-hoy, Gtade 1,
into which be may "retreat"
before being off the payroll.
Case has been taken to try

to avoifc jpnftislon of sex or .ca .capacities
pacities .capacities to alignments.
For example, it could happen

that six-foot Marian Jones,

truckdriver, could he transfer

red on naner to the lob of Ma

rian Smith, sales clerk in ladle

underwear. But it wouwnt work

Of the US-rate employes wh

lobs are being abolished, som

have been transferred to o

work.

New categories for them in
elude lock guard, meteorolo

gical aide, towing locomotive

operator, storekeeper, cle;

and clerk.

Balboa Heights had no pi

dictions today on .haw many

the 40 to 50 will be absorbed

other sources predicted perh

a third would actually be
mlnated.
Manv of those affected do
have Civil Service Status, a
qulrement for many jobs.

else (no ne.i

moi

faff of soap Saw and the air

this midmorning was filled
with bubbles floating about
the area.
There are rumors that the an-

chor, taken a month ago from

unlocked vault or rugn

1 principal T P. Hotz,

t be returned during the

e at tne uaiDoa staaiunr so

rrow hleht-"especlally if JC

ns," a college student saidto-
.y.

Balboa, which won the first

game between the two teams
Ails year 7-6, would normally
lave possession

Telephone calls to ponce yes-

afternoon alerted them

last night's action. The call-

ail said that "some students

nned to burn the anchor.

at would be t misdemeanor.

Mirror, Mirror,

Whose To Blame?

sides wiping is s traffic acci-
it :. j... ...iu. :-

-ven u no uuuc witii lim limit
it limit seems.

At the Balboa-Panama Limits

ad 9:30 a.m. today two bus-

locked looking glasses.

veral passengers on the veni-

wert cut stienuy try bits of

Ing mirror, but none were in in-red
red in-red seriously.

Canaf Zone police are invostigat

mg tne siaeswipmg

Politics

Ike Irked By Adlai's
ToMixSueiWar,US

WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (MP) President Eisewhow fires back at Adlai E.
SriSsvenson today for what the COP regards as Democratic effort to make political
hay out ofthavWiddle tjast fight-ng. ; .u.
Mr, trswrnWer was jchedufcd trjksetre tft' rlorwWe"'t"elevisrOit -afirl raatfn
pafgn address from Convention Hall in Philadelphia at 9:30 p.m. He will travel from
Washington to Philadelphia by train the carry evening and fjy back to Wtahington
immediately after his address.
Tha President was known to ba indignant over charges by the Democratic pros pros-idantlal
idantlal pros-idantlal candidate that the current shooting involving Israel, Egypt, Great Britain and

Franco could have baan avoided had not been for "bungling" administration foreign

policy.

The White House Ignored for

the moment the Stevenson tele telegram
gram telegram to the President last night
counseling Mr. Elsenhower a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst any "hasty" action In
sending American troops abroad.

But later developments on Stev-f
enson's telegram wire likely.

The Chief Executive in Ws
report to th nation last night
on tbe Middle East sa'd, "there
will be no United States in involvement
volvement involvement in these hostilities."

it, for tha present, was re-

by tne wmte House as

sufficient answer to Stevenson,
who sent his message to the
white House shortly before the
President spoke.

Mr. Eisenhower in a preamble

to his discussion last night said

the events and Issues involved

have no connection whatsoever

with matters of partisanship."

"Thev are the concerns oi ev

ery American his present and

his future," the president saw.
Stevenson, however, had far
different ideas.. He renewed
his cristefcmjiht adminis administration's
tration's administration's conduct of foreign

Ths

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policy.

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who

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Richard

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nicked up support

er President Truman

Jed the administra-

vtnr "terribly mls-

mlsinformed"

situation

Mediterranean.

le Vice President

Nixon is making a
t drive today for

Pennsylvania's 32 electoral votes,
reeaHied-vbv hoth parties as

strategic

election,
Strikln

second ti

Nixon

day and

an au

the outcome of the

int.

sched),

-out hi

out by train for the

in the campaign,

led six speeches to-

more tomorrow m
d to keen Pennsyl

vania in fresident Eisenhower's
column.
Democftte rank Pennsylvania
high on th list of states they
think theyneed to Install Stev-

He White House.

aded Pennsylvania

Ing New York City in
it night. Three ral ral-Op
Op ral-Op his campaign ef-

yoric.

b fei the heart of

enson Ua

Nixon:

after stu

the ratal

lies woo

forts In

m a

Zone Hotels Wan
Election Night
Parties For Tuesday
Special amngements are he
inr made for election night par

ties at both the Tlvoll Guest

House and tne hoi wasmng wasmng-tnn
tnn wasmng-tnn it was announced Thursday.

Several large television sets
will be placed In the public areas
of the hotel and guest house
and reservations for privati par parties
ties parties may be made at any time

now.

Results of both the national
elections and the Civil Council
elections in the Canal Zone are

to be broadcast both over your
community network and the ra

dio and Tv facilities of the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces station at Fort Clay

ton. It has been announced that

the TV and radio stations will

lue on the air on election
until the decision on the

lext President of the United

States has been announced.
In addition, television sets will
be placed in the restaurant c- j
Hons of both Diablo Heights and
Marearlta Service -Centers ior
natrons of those centers.

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the big Negro district of Har Harlem,
lem, Harlem, Nixon attempted to woo
the Negro vote :nto tbr Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower camp by outlining the
administration's record on ci civil
vil civil rights.
Nixon also kept up a running

attack on Stevenson's criticism
of administration policy in the
Middle East where fighting has

broken out between Israel and

Egypt.

TfixOn told a cheering- Queens

rally thalt Stevenson was a "pa "pathetic
thetic "pathetic Hamlet strolling off the
political stage."

"To be or not to be is the

question for him and I can as assure
sure assure you he's not to be President
of the United States," Nixon
said.

-
Nixon said in Harlem the ci ci-vl
vl ci-vl rights plank adopted at
the Democratic convention
was not a statement of princi principle
ple principle but a "document of deceit"
to avoid a North-South split n
the party. He said Democrats
were unable to deliver on civil
rights promises because of the
spl.
Nixon said more progress has

been made toward the elimina elimination
tion elimination of racial discrimination Un

der the Eisenhower administra

tion than in any period since

Abraham Lincoln emancipated

the slaves.

PoppirT Warning

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 1 -(UP)
- Police Chief Joe Kimiey,
who recently told a little girl
shooting fire-works is agasint the
law, received five firecrackers
and tbe following letter from her
today.
"Dest Chief:
"To keep me out of trouble (on

Halloween), I have decided tol

give you my firecrackers. So if
you decide to shoot them, just re remember
member remember what you told me."

British Defense Minister Antony Head told the House

of Commons in London today Israeli paratroops supported
by a brigade are now holding high ground "about 20 miles
east of Suez" at the southern terminus of the Canal in

Egypt.
The House of Commons debate on the Middle East
fighting adjourned in turmoil when shouting Opposition
members demanded to know whether Britain had formal
ly declared war on Egypt.
The speaker recessed the House for half an km
afro Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden and his'gjmflfe
men members refused foarfSwer'the Question Mer the

lieaviest Opposition barrage since the war

tden said the topic should be taken up during the
course of the debate which will be followed by a vote on
an opposition motion of non-confidence in hie turnMinn

of the Middle East crisis.

The Speaker, drowned out by screamina and booina.

decreed the adjournment in accordance with a standing
order on "grave disorders arising in the House."

Eden was lustily booed by the opposition Socialists
when he entered the chamber for the critical debate.
His supporters as enthusiastically cheered his deci decision
sion decision to send bomb-laden British planes over Egypt.

ni.OP-BAM-BAM-A-BLU-BA Belts out an Ancon Elvis Presley (with guitar and Pelvis-like gyration, center) at a Hollow'een
party held yesterday at noon (fir elrmentry students at the Ancon school. And just as the Stateside rocjftllly is always sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by stealing fane, so is VM Elvis (even though one left foreground is holding a six-shooter).

Earthquake Jolts
Balboa; But Only
With Tiny Damage
Chandeliers waved sod wells
creaked at Balboa Height this
morning when the place wss
shaken by an earthquake of
Grade IV on the Mareali Scale.
Ths tremor occurred at 10:42
a.m .and lasted 39 seconds.
The terra's did net calm down
entirely for seven minutes, end
the epicenter was thought to be
about 75 miles awsy.
Telephones in tliBr,mererotegi tliBr,mererotegi-csl
csl tliBr,mererotegi-csl Section began jangling at
sacs. Peep Is wanted to k n s w
how much they'd been shaken.

Brita'n and France ar pre
paring phase two of their bat battle
tle battle for the Suez Canal Zone
amphibious or airborne land landings
ings landings in Egypt.
With Egyptian jet and bomb

er airfields "softened" up In at

tacks bv allied planes, landings

by British and French troops or

mrachute brigades appeared
mminent.
Britain is using Valiant Jet
bombers,, largest and fastest
in regular operation, against
Egypt, the Ar Ministry dis disclosed
closed disclosed this morning.
The Valiants and Canberras

led the attack on four airfields

around the Suez Canal and Cai Cairo
ro Cairo last night to start the mili

tary offensive against Egypt aft after
er after it refused to accept an Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French ultimatum to stop fight fighting
ing fighting with Israel.
The announcement that these

specific jets had struck the
opening blows of the combined
military operations of Britain

and France came almost simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously with an Admiralty
disclosure that the Royal Navy
was also in action off the en entrance
trance entrance of the Suez Canal.
A terse Admiralty announce announcement
ment announcement said that the British
cruiser N e w f o undland, on
"shipping protection duties in
the Gulf of Sues, last evening
encountered an Egyptian fri frigate
gate frigate which failed to answer a
challenge or to stop when call called
ed called upon to do so.
"Whereupon it was therefore
sunk and survivors taken on
board the Newfoundland."
An Egyptian communique said
today that British and French
bombers sank an Egyptian naval
vessel In the Suez Canal today,
blocking the vital waterway.
Communique No. 12 from
Egyptian general headquarters
said the "naval unit Akka" was
hit by bombs while "transiting
the canal near Lake Timsah."
"Hence," the communique
added, "Britain and Prance

have blocked Suet Canal navi-
Stion at a time when they
ve 'aroused the whole world
by claming they are protect protect-tar
tar protect-tar Canal navigation."

The communique said British
and French planes also raided
Egyptian land forces while they
were crossing the Suez Canal at
several points, especially In the
Ferdan area.
It added that Western planes

i continued raiding Cairo. Alexan Alexan-i
i Alexan-i dria and the Suez Canal Zone
I during the day.
I Meanwhile Israeli radio said

that Egyptian troops in the
Sinai Desert have been com completely
pletely completely surrounded by Israeli
mechanised units.
Radio Rafah broadcast a warn warning
ing warning to an estimated two divi divisions
sions divisions of Egyptiarr troops to "put
down your arms before It is too
late.
An earlier Israel (ilficiaLcom (ilficiaLcom-munlque
munlque (ilficiaLcom-munlque had said only that the
refugee-packed Oaaa sffe had
been cut off. Unofficial reports
said the fighting in the Steal
Desert was virtually over.
The cream of the Egyptian
army may be caught in the
Israeli trap if the report is true.

agypi, naa its best units sta stationed
tioned stationed on the Israeli front a
(Continued on Page If)

CZJC Freshmen
Rank S Per Cent
Above Average

Freshman students In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Junior College rank I
percent above the general aver average
age average for college freshmen of the
U.s. as a whole, according: to an
announcement made today from
the Division of Schools.
This favorable comparison was
found in the results of the Hen-mon-Nelson
test of mental abil ability
ity ability for college students, given to
ail students who are new to the
local college by Subert Turbyflll
of the faculty.
The Henmon-Nelson test is
standard today for. those uni universities
versities universities which accept all grad graduates
uates graduates of high schools in their
states, and which give "place
ment tests" instead of entrance
examinations.
The test used locally in college
ranks highest in reliability, com compares
pares compares equally in validity, and is
the newest test of mental ability
for college stuoents. Compari Comparisons
sons Comparisons and revisions were made
with all of the older standard
tests in the field for complete
nationa standardization.
A comparative summary by
Turbylill shows that, in com comparison
parison comparison to the averages of col college
lege college Freshmen for the United
States. 2 pOr cent o( the local
college freshmen rank in tha
upper quarter, 28 per cent in the
second quarter, W per cent IB
the third quarter, and only IS
per cent fell in the lower smarter.



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FOOTBALL SCORE
Sir.
I hadnt planned on answering the two letters that appear-
.v. w.,i nv of thii nawsnanar. an dtmed "A rroud

SiUdbt" and the other "A Grid ran." My intention had been
Stive them the Acknowledgment they deserved which would

be to ignore tnem ana cunsian m www u
lower myself to their obvloui mental level.
But I have been urged by many to clear up a few facta
for the sake of those who read the papers but do not know
anything of interaeholastic sporta arid Are thej efore bound Jo
formthe wrong opinion if only one side of the picture la given

" 111 .by.saylntthat utaim

UlCUloCi VCB IllbU U16 ovJ A tViq

hen there must e a reason, ana """
ley themselves are not proud of what they hAve written as

v know tne iacts pui lorun m
go therefore, taking the letters one by one we tot come

to-the fact-that the "rroua buikkh is nwnw iwuu -BnlWog,
r many brthe Balboa High School pUyers are per per-lTtaown
lTtaown per-lTtaown to me and I will vouch for the fact tht their
indulgence is above writing such nonsense.
I havVnever held A B.HA player responsible for somt of
the incorrect actions that .dally take place at Balboa High
School Milton Orover was. and stUl is. the best football play play-?WWobAl
?WWobAl play-?WWobAl had this year. His injury received the publicity
ttSrr and any further delving might have tended to do
more harm than good- My aim has been to help the kids re re-SSfgJtf
SSfgJtf re-SSfgJtf they be from Cristobal -What, and I
ilnot feel that It was necessary to describe the incident any.
aura that the'Balboa High School football players re re-sent
sent re-sent Ttffi pWs use of their nwne "Bulldogs" In an obvious
attempt to turn one school against the other. ,.....
Sflfld ran" admits that he has not been on the Isthmus
wry long so let's see what we can do towards improving on his
miwraWy weak knowledge of lntorecbool football.
You are absolutely correct "Grid Tan," Manning the best
JSSJS ontht Isthmus todAy, so I'd advise you to go to
tltvMWr office and get some of my old clloplngs and check
BXXaM of the rave noticea I have' had on hfo.
juone-ftjampie, I refer you to my aecount of the Jamboree
when Manning arrived after the gAme hAd started And sud sud-!hS
!hS sud-!hS atftAin that was a hapless A.O. eleven became a football
team. iHSnning has not been getting frequent write-ups ita ita-Zwlujniu
Zwlujniu ita-Zwlujniu it's simpiy because I have Li0
wtltta CHS- sporW and MAnnlng is not A student of CHS.
bu?r TagAln when you say that Manning will not be
,WcSVoS ffjfc TeamJ' The reason twrt too ta almple.
Sa'AU C2. Team" is saleoted from among the three compet compet-inm
inm compet-inm .4.,7,, i. -nmrwiseri of working

Ss who have bee,n granted the privilege of playing agAtaai
the school,. mjmii ttwca. faarn

; A Tfftroou)au Pyer oaca n o

notherblt of information co your1 limited knowiaoge

mim fnot.hftii . The Athletic Club team is not eompei-

tha mterscholastic trophy, Their games are listed as

ftiM .H "ftrtX .Fad

Jrterft is a mt- 01 aavise w nuuu
If ybu have something to say, and. you believe it to be right,
' it proudly and do not -hide behind your self-glveh
UAad so I dose this chapter in which I have gone against
my better judgment and replied to the ravings of fools. I
premise you it will not Happen again.
Trevor Simons

than docs

52

Je T2k

n ror

Sir.

-This Is for "Proud Bulldog," although what it is tnat wus

dog has to be proud of escapes me entirely. Is he Pjoud 01
the feet tht Balboa, with a mueh larger student body than
skty other sehool on the Isthmus, and a great deal more talent
sjrailable, usually manages to squeeze through to a champion championship?
ship? championship? (And usually in spite of its coaching.)
i It has been stressed in local sport columns that until the
Athletle Club shut but our brave Bulldogs, no other team had
ever held them scoreless except Miami Jackson. And what hap hap-pened
pened hap-pened to Miami, gentle readers Balboa doesn't play them any anymore,
more, anymore, though they are comparable In slse. This la sportsman sportsmanship?
ship? sportsmanship? ......
I When Athletic Club started kicking Balboa around a. couple
of yean age, the wia-eraay officials at Balboa insisted that the
as limit far the Rams tia reduced. This Is soortamanship?

Qhe sports writer labels Yuttle of the Rams a a "HO pound

bruiser," but no mtntian Is made of the weight of All that
biubber in the Balbe backfield. J j .'
! And ooaehing is one subject you should avoid, Proud Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog The way Balboa looked against the Athletic Club, you
couldn't convince Anyone that Balboa even has the services of
t eosch.
' It's easy to mouth lofty phrases About sportsmanship when
you're on top, but the blood curdling screams and the puny
excuses that emanate from Balboa when they lose would seem
to Indicate that sportsmanship Is one virtue that Balboa has
never felt the need of. Wonder what new restrictions will be
imposed on the Rams due to this latest massacre?

- Proud Billy Goat

- US-

TOC STILL A FREE RIDER?

To All UJS. Citisens:
, In the short span of four years, the United States Citisens
Association ha become your ortAnisAtien, exercising influence
at the Washington level with legal representation for citiaen
employes of this area for the first time is the Canal's history.
It is attemptlnc to preserve the American tradition and arln-

clples under which you live and work In a foreign country

trot incmgn you are among menas.
Airthe orgAnizstion's efforts And resources, over this short

v, nmi mtn neuicttvoa to tmie laeais ana it is pieeigea to
thOlr promulgation in the future if it is to have a future!
Active particlpAtion Is commendable and it plays a full part
in this Association. But more than this Is needed today. And
you know Xjlon't vou? I reminded you thraugh this column
last. week. There are no qualms goout reminding you either,
that you and yours furnish the inspiration that keeps this or or-gaitoon.
gaitoon. or-gaitoon. going forward.
.This Is an additional reminder, nd to inform you that our
owh roe rider'' Congressional repFesentatives have said that
ordor to keep your head above water, vou must furnish your
own representation In Washington."

. In other words, I think they

are omy apie to ao for us,

IKS' 'W 4 yu think? Or eAn it be said that you are
filJaA

ltlior News
Ajad
Comment

By VICTOR RISSIL

BOSTON I've just hedge-

hopped and taoie-noppea across
o mhi mil,, nt this ctinn-tilie

land and can report that Adiai

Stevenson would be running ue
a dry brook if Ubor were not
nnurins mannower. monev and

miHtancr into the Democratic

mschine.
T ma K mivinff nn mv meta

phors but not my politics! obser observations,
vations, observations, in state after state the
regular Democratic organization

nas wautea away irom swvenson
leaving him dependent on his en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic union followers for the

very last hurrah.
If anv 1nrr Ml mil h Dpmn-

cratic vote this time, it will be

the national labor chiefs. On tne
nifbt ni Nov 1 for cxamnle. thav

will make political history. In

some 33 ernes iney win assemme
the notables of their circle in the
vrinrl hatlrnnm of a mnv ho-

tes. They will discuss he plans
for the final phases of the cam-
nalen which their nolitioal strate

gists hsve nicknamed the "Up and
At 'Em" period and 'The Day."
At nine o'clock Eastern Standard
Time, they will stop talking 'and
turn to huge television screens.
Then for an hour they will be
duly inspired and entertained by
AFL-CIO Prf siiic nt Oorae

Meany, and co-chairmen Jack

axou ana Jim Mcuevitt of the
Committee on Political Education

(COPE). The inspiration will

come irom tnese men. The enter entertainment
tainment entertainment from Hollywood and
Broadway clamor.

What will make history is the

tact tnat an tnis will come out of
a central studio Over a closed, tel

evision circuit, mere will De taut
mostly of getting out the vote.
But there is no doubt for whom
these men want the vote rolled

out.

All this will be direct! immMl

lv. professionally and with hunt.

in excitement few political forces
can muster today. After these na-

tion-wiae rsiues near their lead leaders,
ers, leaders, the assembled labor men are

expected to go out and try to put

atevenson over the top.
There are many plans for ra radiating
diating radiating excitement over the itruti

of the nation's big cities.

JLiaviq, uuDinsxy, who will be
smone those cathered at. ths chr.

ston Astor in New York' Tim.

Square for the closed ciruit con conferences,
ferences, conferences, for example, will have
jumped the. gun with a garment

area mass meeting of 100,000 for
Stevenson-the largest of this
campaign. When the Democratic
candidate Came in m hii.mm tx.

ether dsv, he dutai exactly get!

a new year c kva tiiMn,,,

if citv'i streets TUiMfiair i.

"" awireu ;w mass meet-

ss. xn ibis last month of the
CSmnaian ha is annnanvins l

ly broadcasts over a noiumi-b. a

TO tations,

nthe final dsys, nothing will
be left to chance) by the Iabor Iabor-ttes.
ttes. Iabor-ttes. There 1 for itnt. 'k. a..

Def that the Negro vote will be
to tBllaBcp of power in many
Northern industrial states. So, for

n up ana At Em" phase of the
campaign the Committee On Polit Politics!
ics! Politics! Education hat inat ...

, T yf. vuu 1A
recordings. The upbeat title for

ZrJSr?n Is J Tne ""t" About
Civil Riehts Th u.

veiees of Stevenson and the rijrst
Lady ef the Democratic party,
Mrs Pr.-H, Tk at. A-,

w.uiuj u. Aopscveu. Also
Senators Wavne Mn. lt..i

Humphrey, Herbert Lehman and

Th platters will run for nine
tO 11 mmutes Kaeh MWiM MM a

. ww vviTlfl DUUiC
SPeClflC Civil llhrti. nk... Kk...

wi n ooin nepuDUcans and

wouuivrn 1pmrwraT.t aiui h,.

WW. mc wiu
attempt to answer Negro Con-

Bssman Atism usyton Powell,
who snnounced for Prait-t as.

enhower the other week.

Mrs. Roosevelt's assignment is
tO attack Pnurell anJ C.t

Jrae Eastland and William Jen-aer.

These records will b ahinnri t

some 15 eities this week right
across the land Raeh lai.. I.

scheduled t9 be broadcast by ra-

" -wons wnien appeal directly
to the Negro communiUes in thse
Cities. Each will he nr.l,,.J k..

a local Negro clergyman, a labor

or some campaigner active
in the civil viadita fc-M

mw.
The canned speeches will be

Sieyca sieaauy during the ail
Sys Dreeedin the iMinr,

-, w . .... i r. i
Which Winds HB th dav mtwrA

to in COPE's literature aa "Up

no At am.
Then will come what the labor
political directors have referred to
as "The Day," Instructions are
te distribute sample ballots and
literature to voter

the polls. In Chicago alone there

are at letst i.soo precinct work work-ers
ers work-ers ready to go on the streets on
assianment Irom Walter R.i.tk-,

- W. MVwWUw4 o
Auto Unioi,.

And in the COPE election hv
structions you will find the -words
"Don't Ut them steal the votes"'
Si well as suggestions for a via
t0 pir'
Nft D-Dav at.htle nnlar

ever more carefully plahned.

""You're Strong You'll Break Those Chains I Think"

J

siiLJSli! ft I II

WASHINGTON The reason' ties forged back and forttf across
fbr the Israeli attack oa Egypt, the border at least once1 week
was quite simple. It was based while I was in Israel.
on the assumption that Coionel1 The Negev, where the' trouble
Nasser, once he bad the Suez Cs- started between Egypt and Israel,
nal dispute settled and the French is one of the Wiiu.es i, roughest
and British armies off his neck, areas in the Near East. Bedouins
was certain to attack Israel. and their flocks roam over
As long as the United Nations parched sand and hills that re re-had
had re-had him on the spot and as long mine you of the table land of
as British and French troops Arizona or the Bad Lands of
hovered near him, Israel knew it South Dakota,
was in no danger.
But with around $260,000,000 It is not a land worth fighting
worth of Russian arms stacaeJ for, but war after- war has been
awav in his arsenals, and with fouxht here nonetheless since Da.

the Arab world looking to him for vid slew Goliath and since Sam-

leadership against the West, was- son slew- the Philistines with the

NEAServiet. Inc.

Peter Edson In

Washington

WASHINGTON -(NEA- The
opinion that President Eisenhower
and his administration have done
a good job and -are deserving -of

another four years in which to

complete their program is preva prevalent
lent prevalent In a political poll of the 700
newspaper editors, receiving this
column through NEA Service, Inc.
This was mentioned more than
any other one factor by 00 per
cent of the editors supporting Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower in answer to a ques question
tion question on whv thav. mada their

policy decision.

The second most frequently
mentioned reason given for sup-
Sort of Eisenhower was belief in
is personal integrity. There was

far more support expressed for

the President's character than
there was for.his polioies or those
the Republican party. sl
This' is in direct contrast to the
reasoning given by the 19 per
cents of the editors whose papers
are supporting Gov. .Adiai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson for President.
The principal factor cited by
these editors was that the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party has always been best
for the farmer, the small busi

nessmen, the working people and
the country as a whole.

The second most-frequently
mentioned reason for support of

Stevenson was the belief that the
Democrats will give the South the
best deal on the segregation issue.

Regionally, 70, per cent of the
newspapers k the East, Midwest

and west are supporting fiisen

hower. to leas than 10 per cent

Supporting Stevenson. In the
South, 39 per cent of the editors
say their papers are supporting
Eisenhower while 40 per cent are
supporting Stevenson.
The 16 per cent of the papers
which are independent and sup supporting
porting supporting neither candidate are
about evenly distributed over tie
country.
But some of these papers 'sav
they are deliberately "neutral"

because they are.- disgusted with

Dotn KepuDUcan and Democratic
parties. Reasons given are that
both the old' parties have .one
socialistic. And in the South; both
parties arc dislike! because of
their stands on segregation.

Negatively, editors supporting
Eisenhower say that election of
Stevenson would mean a return

1 I

SHE'D RATHER ROLL THAN ROCK Miss OWie Robinson,
75, pilots a tractor-sprayer rig through a cotton field on the

Koomson xarm near eetnei springs, xenn., which is operated
ifl its entirety by a quintet of sisters who range In age from 61
to 80. Children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of
Lillis, the only sister who ever married, are learning farming
under tutelage of the Ave self-sufficient sisters.
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Crl,c Washing

Merry-Go-Roun

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jawbone of sn sss.

It is down in this corner be-

ser was almost certain to aUack

Israel bad the alternative of sit sitting
ting sitting still, expecting an overnight

raid from modern Russian Mig's tween Israel and Egypt also that

which could reach Tel Aviv from; Moses led the tribes of Israel
the Egyptian border in about 30 across the Red Sea as far aa tne
minutes, or of taking the initita-j hills of Moab. More recently it is
tive. I in this general area that the Egyp
So when Iraqi troops entered itians hSve cut off Israeli ships
Jordan to cement a military 1-from coming up to Eiath'at the
Uance, anti when Jordan, Syria head of the Red Sea. Tbey have
and Egypt also tightened their even p r e v e n t e d Israeli planes
military hook-ups, Israeli army from flyjng over this area. Israe-

cnieis aeciaea it was time wrii ships were the first to

since.

AS BIQ AS MASSACHUSETTS

De

banned from the Suez Canal, even
at a time when France and Brit Britain
ain Britain still controlled its navigation.

PACKAGE PLANS FOR PEACE
The only thing, that could have
stopped a Near Eastern war was
a package peace plan for: both
Suez and the entire area. Such a
package plan was advocated by

To get the picture of what's go going
ing going on, you have to envisage' a lit
tie country about the size of Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, oniy much, narrower
in spots. In one place Israel ex extends
tends extends onlyase4v4en miles from Nat Nat-hanya
hanya Nat-hanya On the Mediterranean,
named for Nathan Strauss, the

first U.S. housing administrator,1 Ambassador Erie Johnston, Re Re-to
to Re-to the border of Jordan. The air i publican, and by Harry Truman,
port near fel Aviv is only two Democrat. Truman had worked
and a half miles from the bbr-out the plans before he left the
der, while Jordan comes within White. House. Johnston has. been
ten yards of the Sea of Galilee, to the Near East several times in
Thus, in every direction Irael the past three' years to try "to put
faces, except toward the Mediter- them across,
ranean, she is surrounded by Arab The State Department under
neighbors; John Foster Dulles, however, nev-
This came about because In er had much confidence in these
1948, when the British gave up Plans, am? Dulles in his frantic

their Palestine mandate under the zigzagging across the Atlantic

of Nations, the Arab over suez either forgot or ignored

to New Dealism or control by the
big labor unions.

Neoativeiv eriitnrt MinnArtift LeaEUC

Stevenson, feel that the GOP is countries decided to move io and.em

still too much the party of big

business, that Eisenhower's health
is sn issue, and that they mistrust
Nixon.
-Sixty -eight per cent of the edi editors
tors editors admitted that the health is issue
sue issue would cut down Elsenhower's

vote this year. Only 32 per cent

felt it was not an issue.
Thirteen pet :ent of the editors
volunteered the thought that Nix Nixon
on Nixon would detract from the GOP
ticket. A scattered, few editors say
they think Nixon strengthens the
ticket while about the same
number say they cant' stand
Kefauver.

ci iiau accept
AsiJe from personalities, WhenlTha Arabs had

it comes to listing the most impor important
tant important campaign issues, opinion is

wdely vared.
The farm issue is listed as
number one by 60 per cent of the
editors.' It is top issue in every
section of the country, ranging
from 43 per cent in the East, 51
per cent in the West, 58 per cent
in the South to 71 per cent in the
Midwest.
The issue of peace is ranked
even in importance with the farm
issue in the East. It is second
nationally in the opinion of 38 per
rent and also with 52 per cent of
'V editors in the Midwest.
Foreign affairs are ranker! third
nationally by 31 per cent of the
papers and prosperity is next with
29 per cent,
In the South, foreign affairs
rank second with segregation a
close third, 31 and 29 per cent
In the East and West, propserity
is ranked third.
The phrase "Peace and Pros Prosperity"
perity" Prosperity" is used by many editors.
But it interesting to note that the
third word in this year's GOP
slogan, "P r o g r es was men mentioned
tioned mentioned by only two editors. Appar Apparently
ently Apparently there's enough progress
around already.
President Eisenhower lists the
sound dollar and good manage management
ment management of internal fiscal affairs as

the most important issue of the
campaign. But such things, as in

flation, the cost of living and high

taxes were given scant mention byr

the editors.
Unemployment, depressed are areas,
as, areas, aid for schools, health plans
and social security weren't men mentioned
tioned mentioned at all.

i nanirffiiirn

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confident that sbme wealthier, Truman's ideas were more ex ex-Arabs
Arabs ex-Arabs left their homes with all pansive. He wanted to reconstruct
their clothes behind figuring theyjtbe irrigation system of the Tigris
would be back, in a few days after and the Euphrates which once
the Jews had been pushed out. made what is now Iraq one ftf the
Instead the Jews pushed the! mot prosperous countries in the
Egyptian Army, strongest of all world. He wanted to build a spe spe-the
the spe-the Arab forces, right down to thec'l canal from the Mediterranean
edge of the Suez Canal. They-to the Dead Sea to generate
would have pushed them back to enough water power to make that
Cairo- if the British hadn't intel-1 country the industrial center of
vened. i the. Near East.
ftther Arab, neighbors were1 Truman and Johnston hayevftSr
pushed back well beyond the orig- gued that the Arabs and Jews are
inal boundaries proposed by the botn Semitic peoples, both de-

United Nations in 1947. Jewish lead-; scended from the Prophet Abra-
ers had accepted this boundary.: ham, and that tying them togeth-W
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the Arabs have been trying to go

dbck to tne 1947 UN proposals
which they rejected.
. But Premier Ben-Gurion's repiy
is: "We accept if the Arabs will
return the 5,000 dead Israelis lost
in that war."
WARS SINCE GOLIATH

None of the borders around Is-!
rael are marked by barbed-wire!
entanglements or even stone
markers. When you cOme to the
edge of the Iroh Curtain around I
the. Soviet, you are'haHed by a

mass of barbed wire. Along the
Canadian American boundary
are white stone pillars.
But between Israel and the
Arab countries mere is nothing.
An Arab girl can be tending her
flocks on one side of the border
and a young Jewish farmer can
be driving a tractor a few yards
....... nru i i u

awajr., mr.v miow wiiere uie our-t
J . 1. j.t.. ml .1 .1

aer is, oecause iney uve mere, a
stranger wouldn't.
This, lack of fortifications makes
border raids easy. Raiding par-

nally bring, peace to the Near
East.

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All claims we have
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according to directions.
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She-Cadel Hopeful
Prepping For Test
-And Navy Frantic
UNION CITY, N.J. Nov. 1 (UP)
The father of Annapolis-hopeful
Mary. Aim Bona (ski, 17, clamped a
news blackout around his daugh daughter
ter daughter today while site boned up for
a preliminary entrance examina examination
tion examination to the all-male U.S. Naval A
cademy.
Mary Ann is scheduled to take
the test Nov. 21. The exam was
arranged by her congressman,
Rep. T. James Tumulty (D-NJ).
Walter Bonalski said his daugh daughter
ter daughter had been pestered by scores
of telephone calls and a daily
barrage of letters ever since she
ani junced her drive to enter the
academy. He said the publicity
was making her "nervous," and
refused to let the girl speak to
newsmen.
Bonafck' said Mary Ann re received
ceived received "an encouraging letter"
from an unidentified midshipman
at Annapolis, telling the pretty
brunette he was "rooting for her."
"I think it's a wonderful thing
and it'll be something If she's
accepted," the father said. "Na "Naturally,
turally, "Naturally, it would be a great credit
to womanhood," he added. Mary
Ann is a senior at Holy Rosary
Academy here, and averages "95
or 96" in her grades.
The family said it was awaiting
word on Mary Ann's status from
Navy Secretary Charles Thomas
in Washington. Thomas has not
ruled out the possibility that a
woman could attend, but Annapo Annapolis
lis Annapolis officiate were reported trying
to dig up rules and regulations to
bar Mary Ann or any other
female.

ft iHiiB A 1
!

Heavy Smoking,
Drinking Said Major
Factors In Cancer

COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 1 (UP) -Heavy
smoking and drinking "are
major factors in the development
of mouth cancer." a research

scientist reported today.

Dr. Ernest L. Wynder of the

Sloali Kettering Institute for Can

cer Research, New York, reported
that 80 per cent of all mouth can cancers
cers cancers among men might be pre

vented by moderation in the use
of tobacco and alcohol.

Dr. Wynder disclosed the find

ings from a three-year study of
1,112. men and women to a conven

tion session of the Ohio State Den Dental
tal Dental Association.
The study revealed, he said,
"that heavy smoking, particularly
of cigars and pipes, and heavy
M drinking, particularly of whisky,

are major factors in the develop
ment tf mouth cancer."

"Other factors include tobacco
chewing, nutritiopal deficiencies,
a history of syphilis, and, for lip
cancer, prolonged exposure to

1 sunHgnv

Elvis Shot!
Don't Howl, Cab
Read The Story
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) -They
shot Elvis Presley, but the
weapon was a hvDodermif' noodle

and the purpose was to publicize

me value of balk polio shots f o r
teenagers.

The 21-year-old rock V roll

singer, clearly on his best behav behavior,
ior, behavior, submitted to a news confer confer-errce
errce confer-errce as well as the polio inocula inoculation;
tion; inoculation; He (Sarefullv remained out nf

reach of some .300 to 500 teen-age

tans, nuastiy girls, who assembled
in Times Square for the unveiling
of a 40-foot figure of Presley on a
movie theater marquee.
He appeared Sunday night on
the Ed Sullivan television show.
, City Health Commissioner Leona
Baumgartner watched while Pres Pres-ley'g,arm
ley'g,arm Pres-ley'g,arm was inoculated, and not noted
ed noted that only 10 per cent of this
city,' teenagers have received the
pojki shots. Next to young chil chil-drV
drV chil-drV thi age group runs the
greatest risk of contracting polio.
Prtejr told interviewers that
"if I thought I was contributing
to juvenile delinquency or causing
anybody-ito go astray, I'd go back
to driving a truck.
"There's a saying in the Bibfe,
you reap what you sow. I don't
want to sow any Dad seed to reap
later on."
Asked about his draft status, he
aaid it was up to hit Memphis
draft; board.
"When I go in the Army," he
aid, "I'd like to live the life like
the Whfer boys Hve and get the
same experience the other boys
get."
As for his earnings this year,
Presley figured he would make

"more than a million dollars"
from records, and personal ap

pearances,

WHO NEEDS INTELLECT?
Her stay in New York City
"was an intellectual phase It
went through," says Jaynej
Mansfield, who turns her back;
on the "egghead" life as she
enters a sports car on the Hoi Hoi-lywood,
lywood, Hoi-lywood, Calif., lot of the studio
for which she works.

Army Segregation
KOed In Classes;
3 Posts Affected
WASHINGTON, Nov. I' (UP)
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman disclosed
today that the Army has abol abolished
ished abolished segregated off duty educa education
tion education courses for servicemen at all
its posts.
The action affects three instal installations
lations installations in the South.
The New York Democrat made
public correspondence with the
Army in which he objected to re reports
ports reports that Negro servicemen were
being excluded from some courses
conducted on military installatwdis
by private Southern schools.
The Army's reply said "agree "agreement
ment "agreement has-been reached to permit
no segregated classes, university
extension or otherwise, on any
military post." It added, howev however,
er, however, that servicemen still could at attend
tend attend such classes off their posts.
These might be segregated.
The Army reply, dated Oct. 15,
showed segregated courses by the
University of Georgia were drop dropped
ped dropped at Ft. Benning, Ga., last
summer and resumed in down downtown
town downtown Columbus, Ga.
At Ft. Gordon, Ga., and Ft.
Jackson, S.C., classes were dis discontinued
continued discontinued and the Army indicated
ho action to resume them either
off the post, or on.
Non-segregated classes are con conducted
ducted conducted at Ft. Rucker, Ala., Ft.
Campbell, Ky., and Ft. Bragg,
N.C, the Army said. It reported
no on-post classes are conducted

at three other Southern installs

tions Ft. McClellan, Ala., Ft.

Mcrnerson, ua., and Ft. Stewart
Ga.

Lehman said he hoped the Air

force would take similar action.
He said he received a complaint

10 months ago that Negroes as

Donaldson Air Force Base at:

ureenville, s.c., were unable to

take courses conducted on the
base by the University of South
Carolina.

1 IfWmA fanf.if.aiAc

isvuiv vuiiuiuuivj
Hopeful If Party
(an Buy TV Time

Gov. Adlal Stevenson and Sen Senator
ator Senator Estes Kefauver, Democratic
candidates in next Tuesday's
election, have reported in a ca cable
ble cable sent to a local Democrat and
the Territorial Committee, that
"private polls show we will i win.
if we can purchase more time to
show documentary film of Nixon
and hard hitting spot announce announcements."
ments." announcements." "The Republicans have olenty
oj money and will be on the air
constantly until election," the
cable says, and adds, "Please
send contributions to 1728 "L"
Street, Wa.H" in, D.C., so that
e can compete.
The local u .iOcratic Commit Committee
tee Committee explains that contributions
in drafts, checks and money or orders,
ders, orders, should be made payable to
the Democratic National com committee.
mittee. committee. Cash can be delivered or
sent to David Robles at his of office
fice office or Post Office Box 124, An-

con, CZ.

A contributor from Curundu

wrote: "I meant to get in touch

with you before tnis just didn't
get around to ft. Am Inclosing
check for $50 for the Democratic
National Committee, wish it
were more, but that's better than
nothing."
The local committee urges
others who "just didn't get a a-round
round a-round to it," toido it now and
for as much as they can. It is
pointed out that the Republicans
bought up millions of dollars
worth of radio and TV time be before
fore before the campaign started, Hit

the Democrats haven't had the

money and must use a pay as
you collect plan. Even so they are
already in the red.
Members of labor unions who

have not contributed through

their unions in the U.S. are ask

ed by the local committee to do

it now.

DOUBLE CENTURY
POTSDAM, NY. (UP) -This
i St. Lawrence County town
of 7,500 boasts two residents who
have entered their second century
of life. They are Mrs. Josephine
Griffin and Miss Emily Wilson,
bath 101 years of age.

ATOMIC OIVIOINT
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dends dividends from the atomic aee. The

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ceivcu uy uic suit tor me mmin
of uranium ores from school land.

Kefauver Keeps

Wary Eye On Crisis
In Middle East

WITH KEFAUVER IN MICHI

GAN (UP) Sen. Estes Kefauver
kent a warv eve on Middle East

developments with the shrewd pa

tience of a mountaineer concerned
about his country's security and
also his own nartv's chances in a

show-down national election only
one week away.
The Suez development oversha overshadowed
dowed overshadowed everything else In the Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver camp as the Democratic

vice-presidential nominee s weary
entourage began an intensive one one-riav
riav one-riav drive for Michigan's 20 elec

toral votes. It was part of hi

home stretch drive to neip uemo uemo-cratic
cratic uemo-cratic presidential nominee Adlai
E. Stevenson wherever his partic particular
ular particular talents pulled the most
weight.
He cancelled a mid-morning
press conference at Battle Creek,
where he flew Tuesday night from
niinnic to further studv latest re

ports from the troubled Middle
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up his attack on the OOP. In a

speech prepared tor oenvery io a
npmnrratic rallv at Rattle Creek,

he said confidently that "I am
sure that farmers see through the
recent Republican efforts to buy
their votes and the complete po political
litical political nature of yesterday's an

nouncement of a tederai porn pur

chasing program.
Kefauver reminded his farm farm-mlnded
mlnded farm-mlnded audience that "last year
the Republicans refused to insti institute
tute institute a pork-buying program that
would stabliae hog prices." But
this year, he said, "as they face

a landslide political aeieai in me
intrv. thev are rushing a

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chase purchase program into the greech to
hold i prices in this Immediate
period."

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Or.
I hadnt planned on anwerlng the two letters that appear appear-m
m appear-m in tSa Mall Box of this newspaper, one signed "A f roud
fiudogV indtoe dfcet "A Grid rin." My Intention had been
SnS? tfim the ackrtowledgment they deserved which would
be to ignore them and consider the source and thereby not
lower' myself to their obvious mental level.
But I have been urged by many to clear up a few facts
lor the sake of those who read the papers but do not know
JMnfS 'lntoieholMtlc sports arid are
torjathe wrong opinion if only one side of the picture is given
lTbeiin by aayine; that when anyoni 'refuses to 'identify
iJnSftxi. the Skr or '"letter which J"

An there must Dc a reason, ana m" --
M?!?ff:.iKi: n,H nf what thev have written as

v know me iecis out iwm iu
b toerifore, Kg the letters one by one we first come

tn fv, f-et- that the "rroua jbuimwb h--
manyrthe Balboa High School players are per per-SuSly
SuSly per-SuSly known to me and I will vouch for the fact that their
intelligence is above writing such nonsense.
I hm nmr held a B.HB. player responsible foi ome of
tht incorrect actions that .dally take placeat Balboa High
School Milton Orovtr was, and still is, the best py
Cristobal had thU year. His injury received the publicity
It deSSS and any further delving might have tended to do
more hann than good. My aim has been to help the kids, re re-5S5m
5S5m re-5S5m whether they be Im Cristobal or Ball and I
SraST reel that it was necessary to describe the Incident any.
tlLx sure -that the' Balboa High School football players re re-wMWwioHhrir
wMWwioHhrir re-wMWwioHhrir niM "Bulldogs" In an obvious
attempt to turn one school against the other.
Xid Pan'1 admits that he has not been on the Isthmus
long w!m what we can dow towards Improving on his
mrablv weak knowledge of lnterschool football.
are abtoly correct "Grid Pan' Manning frM Wst
eterback on the Isthmus today, so vlje 3J go to
rSewfCAoer office and get some of my old '"ff, nd check
teeTonsWne of the rave notices I have had on him.
UnTmmpie, I refer you to my account of the Jamboree
WSt,fe Mil

jm t4Ai tnat was a nDiw -i.. t'" w" .z

rn-iew wb "-?"T "n:,'.7.At it.u in-

team.: If Manning wnmwn ""VV -V"mv time

ay columns u s apnpiy dwiju a f Ths
Htlne1 C H 8 sport and Manning is not a student or chb.
5f&i7agaln when you say that Manning will not b.
rtirf on tiMAlTCZ. Team." The reason there too Is ilmpie.
ffiSft T-am" is .Elected from among the three com&t com&t-mizaJ
mizaJ com&t-mizaJ comprised of working
Salrtw have been granted the rlege of playing -Jjg'
Stchodls.

;a TieI00HAi Pyr pc mi

SotherWt of Information co your1 limited knowledge

i. w.hMil The Athletic Club team is no comt-

th intorachelastlc-trophy. Their games are listed' at

tions" only. -j mij

Here is a bit of advise to "Prouo uuuook ana uira

tou have something to say, and you believe w to ee
5eTak?li prbudly and do not We behind your selfiven
to I close this chapter In which I have gone against
Wb&tY jneSwnt and replied to the raring o fpel. I

you it wiii noi nppn H.
Trevor Simons

;. .. ,. k 1 uv'

lr.

than does

m TWiej

na tor

"eihibl

V

.' i. U muT wuuda." slthoWh what it is that this

eW has to be Proud of escapes me entirely Is he proud of
5? with m uh imr student body than

Zt other aehool on, the Isthmus, and a great deal more taltot

aitlawe, usuany manages to squeeze unuuiu w a
p? (And uiualiy in spite of its coachtogJ
. t v.. kiia n Wal nnrt, nnlumns that Until the

Athletic Club shut out our brave Bulldog, no other team hao

rr Vtcld them scoreless except Miami oacuson. Ana w

Pined to Miami, gentle readers Balboa doesn't play them any
5m though thay are comparable In sit. This l sportsman
3P?. L v

When Athletic Club started kicking Balboa around eun,e
of years ago, the win-eraay officials at Balboa Insisted that the
mm limit f r ihn Rams h reduced. This is sportsmanship?

Ce sports writer labels lVttte of the Bams Ma ''i'9,
uiT." but n mentien is made of the weight of all that

blubber in the Bglboa baekfleld.
And eeaehlng is one ubject you should avoid, Proud Bull Bull-dog.
dog. Bull-dog. The way Balboa looked against the Athletic Club, you
eeuldn't convince anyone that Balboa tvea ha the service of
aTedaeh.
H'l easy to mouth lofty phrase about sportsmanship when
you're on top, but the Wood curdling screams and the puny
excuses that emanate from Balboa when they lose would seem
to indicate that sportsmanship is one virtue that Balboa has
never felt the need ef. Wonder what new restrictions will be
imposed on the Rams due to this latest massacre?
" Proud BUiy Goat

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ARE YOU BTTLL A PBI BJBBR?
fb All TJB. Citlsen:
' in the short span ef four year, the United States Citlaens
AjUOClatien has become your organisation exercising influence
at the Washington level with legal representation for citlsen
employes of this area for the first time in the Canal's history.
It 1 attempting to preserve the Americsn traditions and prin

ciples: under which yeu live and work la a foreign country

even tnougn you are among mend.
All the organization's efforts and resources, ever this short

pan, have been dedicated to thou ideal and it is pledged to

their promulgation in the future if it is to have a future
Active participation is commendable and it plays a full part
In this Association. But more than this Is needed today. And

ou know it. don't you? I reminded you through this column

; week. There are no qualms about reminding you either,
t vou and yours furnish the inspiration that keas this or-

ganiiauon going ronwa.
Thl. Is an additional reminder. an to inform you that our
e "free rider" (Jongmaiopel representatives have laid that
IP order to keep your head above water;, veu must furnish your
own representation in Washington."
In -other word, I think they are "reminding us that they
are only ghle to do for us, If we first do something for our-JL!!!-
Wt 1 tWnk? Or egn it be said that you are
indifferent to this enterprise which was festered and projected
-9W enthwiasm and eametnss when the effect
of jPubUe Law 841 began to pinch ydu. Do you remember that
dhrtat past or has tropical lethargy erased it all from your
Btouiation U an important phase of your life and mine.

Yet to you, who are net continuing to uPPOrt this organ organ-km.
km. organ-km. t err mm are attti "fr rr nr .,3k...

tfT1, It U, may be mUsed at first' but one month from
now It will net matter. What do you say?
Irate USCA Member

y VICTOR RIHIL
BOSTON I've Just hedge

hopped and table-hopped across
9.00U miles of this election-tixie

land and can report that Adiai
Stevenson would be running like

a dry Droo u woor were ni
pouring manpower, money and

mintaner mw tne uemocrawc
machine.

I ma be mixing up my meta

phors but not my political obser

vations, in state alter state tne

regular Democratic organization

has walked away from Stevenson

leaving him dependent on his en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic union followers for the

very last hurrah.

If any force gets out the Demo

cratic vote this time, it will be
the national labor chiefs. On the
night of Nov. 1, for example, they
will make political history. In
some 35 cities they will assemble
the notables of their circle in the
grand ballrooms of as many no notes.
tes. notes. They will discuss Jhe plans
for the final phases of the cam

paign which their political strate

gists have nicknamed the Up and

At 'Em" period and 'The Day."

At nine o'clock Eastern Standard
Time, they will stop talking 'and

turn to huge television screens.

Then for an hour they will be

duly inspired and entertained by

afl-cio President George
Meany, and co-chairmen Jack

Kroll and Jim McDevitt of the
Committee on Political Education

(COPE). The inspiration will
come from these men. The enter entertainment
tainment entertainment from Hollywood and

Broadway glamor.

What will make history is the

fact that all this will come out of

a central studio over s closed tel

evision circuit. There will be talk

mostly of getting out the vote.
But there is no doubt for whom
these men want the vote rolled

out.

All this will be directed smooth

ly, professionally and With a built-

in excitement few political forces

csn muster today. After these nation-wide
rallies hear their lead leaders,
ers, leaders, the assembled lsbor men are
expected to go out and try to put
Stevenson over the top.
There are many plans for ra radiating
diating radiating excitement over the streets
of the nation's big cities.

David, Dubinsky. who will be

among those gathered ait the Sher-

aton Astor in New York's Time
Square for the closed ciruit con conferences,
ferences, conferences, for exsmple, will have
jumped the. gun with a garment

area mass meeting of 100,000 for
Stevenson-the largest of this
eampaign. When the Democratic
candidate came in on his own the

ether day, he didn't exactly get

Wg city's streets, piibinsky is not

uramu ;w mass rneei-
mgs. In this. last, month of the
Campaign he is soonanrincr rir.

iy broadcasts over a network of

wo stations.

in the final days, nothing" will
be left to chance by the labor
ites.
There is. for eiamnl th he.

Bef that the Negro vote will be

we Balance of nourer in m.nv

Northern industrial state. So, for
this "Up and At 'Em" phase of the
eamaalgn the Committee On Polit

ical Eoueatiaa, has just cut six

reeerflings. The upbeat title for

mrfSr th About
Civil Bights." They will carry the
yetces of Stevenson and the First

to me democratic party,

sirs, rrsnkim D. Roosevelt. Also

senators Wayne Morse, Hubert

numpnrey, Herbert Lehman and
Paul Douglss.

-iae putters will run for nine
to ll minutes. Each covers some
specific civil liberties nhax TW

mil attack both Republicans aad

oouunm democrats. And they will
attempt to answer Negro Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Adam Clayton Powell,
who announced for President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower the other week.
Mrs. Roosevelt's sssignment is
to attack Powell and Senators
Jsmes Eastland and William Jen Jen-aer.
aer. Jen-aer. These records will be shipped to
some 25 cities this week right
across the land. Each platter is
scheduled to be broadcast by ra ra-flio
flio ra-flio stations which anneal riinutlv

to the Negro communities in these
cities. Each will be preluded by
a local Negre clergymsn, a labor
leader or some campaigner active

hi me civil rights field.

Tne canned speeches will be
gleyed steadily during the tig
dsys preceding the election election-which
which election-which winds up the dsys referred

to ui COPE'S literature aa "Up
and At 'Em."
Then will come what the labor
political directors hsve referred to
a. "The Day." Instructions are
te distribute .sample ballots and

literature to voters approaching

the polls, in Chicago alone there

are at letst 1,500 precinct work

ers ready to go on the streets on

assignment from Walter Reuther's

AUtO UMOL.

And in the COPE election nv
stryctions you will find the -words
"Don't let them steal the votes"'
s well s suggestions for a vic

tory psrty.
Ne D-Day atbtle orders

ever more carefully planned

Peter Edson In Washington

M.-Mmmmmmm

n Merry-

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Washingti

Go-Rouni

DREW PBARtlOM

WASHINGTON The reason' ties forged back and forth across

for the Israeli sttack on Egyp tne boraer at least once a week

was quite simple. It was based while l was in Israel.
on the assumption that Coionelj The Negev, where the trouble
Nasser, once he bad the. Suez Ca- started between Egypt and Israel,
nai dispute settled and the French is one of the wuuesi, roughest
snd British srmies off his neck, areas in the Near East. Bedouins
was certain to attack Israel. and their hocks roam over
As long as toe United Nations parched sand and hills that re re-had
had re-had him on the spot and as long mine you of the table land of
as British snd French troops Arizona or the Bad Lands of
hovered near him, Israel. knew it South Dakota,
was in no danger; I
But with around $260,000,000 It is not a land worth fighting
worth of Russian arms stacaeJ for, but war after, war has been
away in his arsenals, and with fought here nonetheless since Da-

the Arab .world looking to him for vid slew Goliath and since Sara-

leauership against tne west, was- son slew the riuusunes with the
ser was almost certain to aUack. jawbone of an ass.
Israel had the alternative of sit sitting
ting sitting still, expectmg an overnight! it is down in this corner be be-raid
raid be-raid from modern Russisn Mig's tween Israel and Egypt also that
which could reach Tel Aviv fnrni! Moses led the tribes of Israel
the Egyptian border in about 30 across the Red Sea as far as tne

minutes, or of taking the initita

tive.
So when Iraqi troops entered
Jordan to cement a military al-

hills of Moab. More recently it is
in this general area that the Eyp
tians have eut off Israeli ships
from coming ud to Elathat the

liance, anti when Jordan, Syria head of the Red Sea. They have
and Egypt also tightened their even prevented Israeli planes
military hook-ups, Israeli army from flying over this area. Israe Israe-chiefs
chiefs Israe-chiefs decided it was time to n shiDS were the first tn he

banned from the Suez Canal, even
at a time when France and. Brit-

strike.
AS BIG AS MASSACHUSETTS

To get the picture of what's go going
ing going on, you have to envisage a lit
tie country about the size of Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, only much narrower
in spots. In one place Israel ex extends
tends extends onlye4v4en miles from Nat Nat-hanya
hanya Nat-hanya On the Mediterranean,
named for Nathan Strauss, the

der, while Jordan comes within
ten yards of the Sea of Galilee.
Thus, in every direction Irael
faces, except toward the Mediter Mediterranean,
ranean, Mediterranean, she is surrounded by Arab

ain still controlled its navigation.

PACKAGE PLANS FOR PEACE
The only thing, that could have
stopped a Near Eastern war was
a package peace plan for. both
Suez and the entire area. Such a
package plan was advocated by

first U.S. housing administrator,1 Ambassador Eric Johnston, Re-

to the border of Jordan. The ah-1 PUbUcgn, and by Harry Truman,
port near Tel Aviv is only two Democrat. Truman had worked

and a half miles from the por-,"". me pns Derore ne leit me

wnite. House. Johnston has been
to the Near East several times in
the past three' years to try to put
them across;
The State Department under
John Foster Dulles, however, nev-

WASHlNGTOIf -(NEA)- The
opinion that President Eisenhower
and his administration have done
a good job and are deserving of

another four years in which to

complete their program is preva prevalent
lent prevalent in a political poll of the 700
newspaper editors receiving this
column through NEA Service, Inc.
This was mentioned more than
any other one factor by 60 per
cent of the editors supporting Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower in answer to-a ques question
tion question on why they mad .their
policy decision.
The Second most frequently
mentioned reason given for sup support
port support of Eisenhower was belief in
his personal integrity. There was
far more support expressed for
the President's character than
there 'was for his policies or those
of the Republican party
.,.. ..
This is in direct contrast to the
reasoning given by the 19 per
cents of -the editors whose papers
are supporting Gov. .Adiai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson for President.
The principal factor cited by
these editors was that the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party has always been best
for the farmer, the smalt busi-

"""" This came about because in ej had much confidence hi these
nessmen, the working people And, to New Dealism or control by the 1948, when the British gave up Plans, am DuUes in his frsntic
the eountry as a whoie. I big labor unions. I their Palestine mandate under the zigzagging across the Atlantic
The second most-frequently Negatively, editors supportin League of Nations, the Arab over Suez either forgot or Ignored
mentioned reason for support of Stevenson, feel that the GOP is countries decided to move in and them.

Stevenson was the belief that the

Democrats will give the South the
best deal on the segregation issue.
Regionally, 70 per cent of the
newspapers m the East, Midwest
snd West are supporting Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, to less than 10 per cent
supporting Stevenson. In the
South, 39 per cen; of the editors
say their papers are supporting
Eisenhower while 40 per cent are
supporting Stevenson.
The 16 per cent of the papers
which are independent and sup supporting
porting supporting neither candidate are
about evenly distributed over the
country. yV 'j ; i.
But some of these papers, say
they are deliberately "neutral"

because they are disgusted 'with

both Republican and Democratic
parties. Reasons given are that
both the- old' parties have gone
socialistic. And in the South, bot!i
parties are dislikel because pf
their stands on segregation.
Negatively, editors supporting
Eisenhower say that election of

Stevenson would mean a return

Ml

SHE'D RATHER ROLL THAN ROCK-Miss Offie Robinson,
73, pilots a tractor-sprayer rig through a cotton field on the
Robinson farm near Bethel Springs, Tenn., which Is operated
in its entirety by a quintet of sisters who range in age from 61
to 80. Children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of
Lillie, the only ister who ever married, are learning terming

under tutelage of the live self-sufficient sister.

still too much the party of big

business, that Eisenhower's health
is n issue, and that they mistrust
Nixon.
.Sixty-eight per cent of the edi

tors admitted that the health is

sue would cut down. Elsenhower's

vote this year. Only 32 per cent

felt it was not ah issue.
Thirteen per :ent of the editors

volunteered, the thought that Nix

on would detract from the GOP
tipket. A scattered, few editors say
they think Nixon strengthens the
ticket while about the same
number say they cant' stand
Kefauver.

Aside from personalities, When

it comes to listing the most impor important
tant important campaign issues, opinion is
wdely vared.
The' firm issue is listed as

number one by 60 per cent of the
editors-. It is top issue in every

section of the country, ranging

from 43 per cent is the East, 51

per cent in the west, 59 per cent
in the South to 71 per cent in the
Midwest.

The issue of peace is ranked

even in importance with the farm
issue in the East. It is second

nationally in the opinion of 38 per

rent and also with 52 per cent of
'V editors in the Midwest.
Foreign affairs are ranked third
nationally by 31 per cent of the
papers and prosperity is next with
29 per cent,
In the South foreign affairs
rank second with segregation a
close third, 31 and '29 per cent.
In the East and West, propserity
is ranked third.

The phrase "Peace and Pros

perity" is used by many editors.

But it interesting to note that the
third word in this year's GOP

slogan, "P r o g r e s was men

tioned by only two editor. Appar Apparently
ently Apparently there's enough progress

around already

President Eisenhower lists the
sound dollar and good manage management
ment management of internal fiscal affairs -as
the most important issue of the

campaign. But such things, as in

flation, the cost of living snd high
taxes were given scant mention by

the editors.
Unemployment, depressed are

as, sid for schools, health plans

and social security weren t men
tioned at all.

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carve up raiesuue. inev were su
confident that some wealthier! Truman's ideas were more ex-

Arabs left their homes with all pansive. He wanted to recanstruct

their clothes behind figuring they
would be back, in a few. days after

the Jews had been pushed out.

:nsteaa tne jews pusneo tne

the irrigation system of the Tigris
and the Euphrates which once
made what is now Iraq one ef the
most prosperous countries in the

Egyptian Army, strongest of all world. He wanted to build a spe spe-the
the spe-the Arsb forces, right down to thej 0al canal from the Mediterranean

edge of the Suez Canal. They-to tne Dead Sea to generate

would have pushed them back to

Cairo if toe British hadn't Intel

vened.
a t n e r Arab neighbors were
pushed back well beyond the orig original
inal original boundaries proposed by the
United Nations in 1947. Jewish lead lead-ers
ers lead-ers had accepted this boundary.
The Arabs had hot. Ever since,
the Arabs have been trying to go
back to the 1947 UN proposals
which they rejected;
But Premier Ben-Gurion's reply
is: "We accept if the Arabs will
return the 5,000 dead Israelis, lost
in that war."
WARS SINCE GOLIATH

None of the borders around Is Israel
rael Israel are marked by barbed-wire1

entanglements or even stone
msrkers. When you c6me to the
edge of the Iron Curtain around
the, Soviet, you are haU'd by a

mass of barbed wire. Along the

Canadian American boundary

are white stone pillars.
But between. Israel and the
Arab countries there is nothing.
An Arab girl can be tending her
flocks on one side of the border
aid a young Jewish farmer can
be driving a tractor a few yards
away. They know where the bor border
der border is, because they live there. A
stranger wouldn't.
This lack of fortifications makes
border raids easy. Raiding par-

enough water power to make that

country the industrial center of
the Near East.
Truman and Johnston haye
gued that the Arabs and Jew are
both Semitic peoples, both de

scended from the Prophet-Abra

nam, and that tying them

er on economic projects could fi finally
nally finally bring, peace to the Near

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She-Cadet Hopeful
Prepping For Test
-And Navy Frantic
UNION CITY, N.J. Nov. 1 (UP)
The father of Annapolis-hopeful
Mary. Ann Bonabki, 17, clamped a
news blackout around his daugh daughter
ter daughter today while she boned up for
a preliminary entrance examina examination
tion examination to the all-male U.S. Naval A
cademy.
Mary Ann is scheduled to take

the test Nov. 21. The exam was
arranged by her congressman,
Rep. T. James Tumulty (D-NJ).
Walter Bonalski said his daugh daughter
ter daughter had been pestered by scores
of telephone calls and a daily
barrage of letters ever since she

anLJunced her drive to enter the
academy. He said the publicity
was making her "nervous," and
refused to let the girl speak to

newsmen.

BonalsV' said Mary Ann re received
ceived received "an encouraging letter"

from an unidentified midsmpman
at Annapolis, telling the pretty
brunette he was "rooting for her."
"I think it's a wonderful thing
and it'll be something if she's

accented." tne father said. "Na

turally, it would be a great credit
to womanhood," he added. Mary
Ann is a senior at Holy Rosary
Academy here, and averages "95

or 96" in her grades.
The family said it was awaiting

word on Mary Ann's status from
Navv Secretary Charles Thomas

in Washington. Thomas has not

ruled out the possibility that a

woman could attend, but Annapo Annapolis
lis Annapolis officials were reported trying
to dig up rules and regulations to

bar Mary Ann or any outer

female.

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Heavy Smoking,
Drinking Said Major
Factors In Cancer

COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 1 (UP)

Heavy smoking and drinking aie
major factors in the development
of mouth cancer," a research
scientist reported today.
Dr. Ernest L. Wynder of the
Sloan Kettering Institute for Can Cancer
cer Cancer Research, New York, reported
that 80 per cent of all mouth can cancers
cers cancers among men might be pre prevented
vented prevented by moderation in the use
of tobacco and alcohol.
Dr. Wynder disclosed the find findings
ings findings from a three-year study of
1,112 men and women to a conven convention
tion convention session of the Ohio State Den Dental
tal Dental Association.
The study revealed, he said,
"that heavy smoking, particularly
of cigars and pipes, and heavy
drinking, particularly of whisky,
are major fectors in the develop
ment f mouth cancer.
"Other factors include tobacco
chewing, nutritional deficiencies,
a history of syphilis and, for lip
cancer, prolonged exposure to
sunlight."

Elvis Shot!
Don'! Howl, Cats

Read

The Story

NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) -They
Shot Elvis Presley, but the
weapon was a hypodermic needle
and the purpose was to publicize
the value of Salk polio shots f o r
teenagers.
Tho 21-year-old rock V roll
singer, clearly on his best behav behavior,
ior, behavior, submitted to a news confer conference
ence conference as well as the nolio morula-

tion. He Carefully remained out of

reacn of some .300 to 500 teen-age
fans, mostly girls, who assembled
in Times Square for the unveiling

oi a w-ioot ngure of Presley on a
movie theater marquee.

ne appeared Sunday night on

the m Sullivan television show.
City Health Commissioner Leona
Baumgartner watched while Pres Pres-kAum
kAum Pres-kAum was inoculated, and not noted
ed noted that only 10 per cent of this
city's teenagers have received the
polio shots. Next to young chil children,
dren, children, this age group runs the
greatest risk of contracting polio.
Presley told interviewers that
'if I thought I was contributing
to juvenile delinquency or causing
anybody, to go astray, I'd go back
to driving a truck.
"There's a saying in the Bible,
you reap what you sow. I don't
want to sow any had seed to reap
later on."
Asked about his draft status, he
said it was up to his Memphis
draft, board.
"When I go in the Army," he
said, "I'd like to live the life like
the other boys five and get the
same experience the other boys

get.
As for his earnings this year,
Presley figured he would make
"more than a million dollars"
from records, and personal appearances,

WHO NEEDS INTELLECT?

Her stay in New York City
"was an intellectual phase I
went through," says Jayne
Mansfield, who turns her back
on the "egghead" life as she
enters a sports car on the Hol Hollywood,
lywood, Hollywood, Calif., lot of the studio
for which she works.

Army Segregation
KOed In Classes;

3 Posts Affected

WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UP) -Sen.
Herbert H. Lehman disclosed

today that the Army has abol

shed seeresated otl-ouiy eauca

tion courses for servicemen at all

its posts.
The action affects three instal
latinns in the South.

The New York Democrat made

mihlie corresnondence With the

jt

Army in which he ooiecieo to re

ports that Negro servicemen were

being excluded from some courses

conducted on military lnstaiiatwfls
by private Southern schools.
The Army's reply said "agree

ment has-been reached to permit

no segregated classes, university
extension or otherwise, on any

military post." It added, howev

er, tjiat servicemen sun couia at

tend suCh classes off their posts.

These might be segregated.

The Army reply, dated Oct. 15,

showed segregated courses by. the

University of Georgia were drop

ped at Ft. Benning, Ga., last

summer and resumed in down
town Columbus, Ga.

At Ft. Gordon, Ga., and Ft

Jackson, S.C., classes were dis

continued and the Army indicated

no action to resume them either

off the post, or on.

Non-segregated classes are con

ducted at Ft. Rucker, Ala., Ft.

Campbell, Ky., and Ft. Bragg,

N.C, the Army said. It reported

n6 on-post classes are conducted

at three other Southern installa installations
tions installations Ft. McCIellan, Ala., Ft.

McPherson, Ga., and Ft. Stewart

Ga.

Lehman said he hoped the Air
Force would take similar action.
He said he received a complaint

iu montn& ago
Donaldson Air

Demo Candidates
Hopeful If Parly
Can Buy TV Time
Gov. Adlal Stevenson and Sen Senator
ator Senator Bates Kefauver, Democratic

candidates in next Tuesday's

election, have reported in a ca

ble sent to a local Democrat and

the Territorial Committee, that

"private polls show we will i win,
11 we can purchase more time to
show documentary film of Nixon
and hard hitting spot announce

ments."
"The Republicans have nlenty
of money and will be on the air
constantly until election," the
cable says, and adds, "Please
send contributions to 1728 "L"
Street, Wa'" on, D.C., so that
We can compete."
The local v- .lOcratic Commit Committee
tee Committee explains that contributions
in drafts, checks and money or orders,
ders, orders, should be made payable to

the Democratic National Com

mittee. Cash can be delivered or
sent to David Robles at his of office
fice office or Post Office Box 124, An-

con, C.2.

A contributor from Curundu
wrote: "I meant to get In touch
with you before this just didn't
get around to ft. Am inclosing
check for $50 for the Democratic
National Committee. Wish It
were more, but that's better than
nothing."
The local committee urges
others who "just didn't get ag aground
round aground to it," toido it now and
for as much as they can. It is
pointed out that the Republicans
bought up millions of dollars
worth of radio and TV time be before
fore before the campaign started, hut

the Democrats haven't had the
money and must use a pay as

you conect pian. Even so tney are
already in the red.
Members of labor unions who

have not contributed through

their unions In the U.S. are ask

ed by the local committee to do

it now.

Kefauver Keeps

Wary Eye On Crisis
In Middle East

WITH KEFAUVER IN MICHI

GAN (UP) Sen. Estes Kefauver

kept a wary eye on Middle East

developments with the shrewd pa

tience of a mountaineer concerned

about his country's security and

also his own party's chances In

show-down national election only

one week away.

The Suez development oversna

dowed everything else In the Ke

fauver camp as the Democratic
vice-presidential nominee's weary
entourage began an intensive one:
Hav Hrivp for Mirhiean's 20 elec

toral votes. It was part of hisM

home stretch drive to help Demo

cratic presidential nominee Adlal
E. Stevenson wherever his partic

ular talents pulled the most

Ho cancelled a mid-morning

cress conference at Battle Creek,

where he flew Tuesday night from

Illinois, to further study latest re re-nnrts
nnrts re-nnrts from the troubled Middle

Fast

However. Kefauver did not let

up his attack on the GOP. In a
speech prepared for delivery to a
Democratic rally at Battle Creek,

he said confidently that l am
m that farmers see through the

rppent ReDublican efforts to buy

their votes and the complete po

lltical nature of yesterday s an

nouncement of a federal porx pur

chasing program.

Kefauver reminded ms iarm

minded audience that "last year

the Republicans refused to mstl

tute a pork-buying program tnai
urnnlH stabilize hog prices." But

he said, "as tney lace

this vpar.

that Negroes aq landslide political defeat in the

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Greenville, S.C., were unable to

take courses conducted on the
base by the University of South
Carolina.

tinn million Dork and lard pur

chase program into the greech to

hold prices in tan immediate
period."

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Employment Hike
To Oct Mark;
Jobless Down
J WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (LP)
Employment in the United States
!rose to 66,174.000 in October, the
fishnet fnr nv October on record.

the Census Bureau reported today, i
The figure was slightly below the;
record high set in August when;
66.752,000 persons were working .A

Unemployment fell in October
4o 1,909,000, the lowest it has been
since November, 1953, when 1,699 1,699-,000
,000 1,699-,000 persons were jobless.
I The October employment in-
create of 103,000 over September
J was mostly "seasonal," ref lect lect-I
I lect-I ine some pickup In activity in re re-j
j re-j tail trades, schools and other
4 fields, the report said. This mora

Reds On Tass?

WASHINGTON, Not. 1 (UP)
Sen. James 0. Eastland (D-Miss.)
said today the official Soviet New
Agency Tass hires Communist
but apparently makes them drop
out of the party while on the pay payroll.
roll. payroll. i
Eastland, chairman of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Internal Security Subcommit Subcommittee,
tee, Subcommittee, based his statement on a
public subcommittee bearing last
Anril 17 at which six orcsent or

former Tass employes testifield.

than offset a "moderate" cut cutback
back cutback m farm employment.
The October jobless figure was
222,000 under that of October a
year ago. The report said the Oc October
tober October unemployment rate, amount amounting
ing amounting to 2.8 per cent of persons
working, was as low as in any
month :.i the past three years.

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Russia's Loss China's Gain As Revolt Cuts
Red Prestige; Impending Struggle Is Seen

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours. It's a switcheroo
from warbling to straight dramat dramatic
ic dramatic acting for Shirley Jones, the
gorgeous lark of "Oklahoma!"
and "Carousel." Shirley, wno re recently
cently recently wed singer Jack Cassidy,
will jnake the change-over in a
forthcoming Playhouse 90 drama,
apd intends to follow through with
other nonsinging roles in movies.

Alan Ladd and Gary Cooper

haven't tried it yet, but Audio

Murphy s taking a chance. Ma s
playing a villain In "Night Pas Passage"
sage" Passage" but grinning: "I don't got
killed until the last reel."

When an oooonent has led a

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tablished established his long suit, he will be
unable to regain the lead after he
has established that suit.
In today's hand, declarer won
the first if ick with dummy's queen
. spades and immediately led a
heart, forcing out West's, ace. In

cidentally, West could have given
declarer trouble by refusing the
ace of hearts. South might have

continued on the assumption that

East held the ace of hearts.
When West continued with an
other spade, declarer won in dum

my with the ace and led- a low
club. It was important to lead
clubs first from the dummy in the
hope that East would play low and
allow his partner's high club to be

knocked out first.
East should have put up the
king of clubs Immediately in order

to return a spade while his part

ner still had the ace of clubs.
When East actually played low,
South played the queen of clubs
and forced out West's ace. Now
West could establish his spades
but could never regain the lead to
cash them. South had no further
trouble with his game contract.

Anita Ekberg and hubby An Anthony
thony Anthony Steel landed in hot water
with Italians when they arrived in
Gnoa for the movie "Interpol."
Steel took one look at the historic
ifv and sairi nut loud: "Now I

know why Christopher Columbus

left."

A Youthful Wayne Morris Is
rhnroina arnund in nlri movies On

TV these nights, but he says he
hasn't seen any of the films. Now
a rancher and occasional actor,
he's grinning about theelatc, late

SiJOWS!
"Man, I'm asleep by that time."

ALL ABOARD

LEXINGTON, Mass: (UP)

Lawrence Witherell has persever perseverance.
ance. perseverance. He's finally completed a
large-scale model locomotive
which he began building in his
cellar 22 years ago.

Weekend reconnaissance from

Palm Sorinas. where the sun

spends the winter peeking at

swimming oools stocked with

blondes:

Previewed "The Mountain,"

starring Spencer Tracy and Rob

ert Wagner. Wagner's namo
should have been changed to Cliff
Hanger for this Paramount
suspense thriller. Sensational
scenery shot in the French Alps
as Tracy and Wagner climb a
mountain for different reasons
Trnrv to nrove there's life in the

old boy yet and Wagner to loot the

wreckage of a plane, t'reviewcu
the opening of the' swank Desert
Inn and it's as swank as ever.
Previewed 1957's sDrine styles for

men at an evening outdoor style
show at the Inn sponsored by the
Mpn and Bovs' AoDarel Guilds

in California. Big changes. Liked
so many things am willing to
make fashion prediction of my
own
There will be little change In
men's pockets next spring.
There's Studio interest in Han
Suyim's forthcoming .book, "And

the Rain May Drink," story about
a Chinese girl spy and a British
officer in Malava. In rase Vou've

forgotten, Jennifer Jones played;

nan suyim, the author, in Love
Is a Many-Splendored Thing."

Ann Blyth, fed up with the
sugary roles, gets a chance to bo
hissed in MCM's "Slander." As
Von Johnson's wife, she walks, out
on him when a scandal magazine

digs into his past.

Ex-heavyweight c h a m p Max
Baer's 19-year-old son has the act acting
ing acting bug. He's 6 feet 5 inches,
weighs 215 pounds and is studying
law at Santa Clara U Hey,
Pinkie tee. A singer in Canada is
billing herslef as Pinkie Dee. .

A New York promoter is working
on a film biography of Yankee
catcher Yogi Berra and has been
talking to Don (TV's Private Sec Secretary)
retary) Secretary) Porter about the role. .
Marlon Brando's erstwhile flame,
Josanne Mariani, played a bit role
in one of Wally Cox's "Hiram Hal Hal-liday"
liday" Hal-liday" telefilms. Wally and

Marion are Duooies trom way
back.
This Is HOLLYWOOD, MRS.
JONES: Since the release of
U-I's "Unguarded Moment," a

Los Angeles burlesque stripper

changed the billing of her act to
"Ungartered Movement."

NOT IN THE SCRIPT: P h i t
Harris has been rehearsing for a

; dance routine on the TV spec spectacular,
tacular, spectacular, "Manhattan T o w e r."

"One more day," cjioreographer
Earl Barton told him, "and I think

you'll nave it, Phil." "Don't 'wor 'worry,"
ry," 'worry," replied Harris, "with my
curly locks and baby blues who's
gonna' be lookin at my feet?"

THE WITNET: Chris Schenkal
about a Toxan: "He's so rich ho
has a reserve pool of swimming
pools."

NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP)
Soviet Russia's murderous in intervention
tervention intervention in the Hungarian rebel rebellion
lion rebellion is likely to cost it dearly in
East Asia.
Correspondingly, the position of
Communist China is likely to be
strengthened.
Soviet leaders have been repre representing
senting representing themselves as the enemies

of the "Western colonialism"
which the newly freed countries of
East Asia so bitterly detest.
They have spoken out vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously in favor of the principle of non noninterference
interference noninterference in the affairs of other
countries.
This propaganda aas tan sen sen-spicuously
spicuously sen-spicuously successful in "neutral "neutralist"
ist" "neutralist" couatriea like India and In Indonesia
donesia Indonesia which regard the non-interference
principle as a basic
point in the search for world
peace.
Of course, such men as Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of In India
dia India and President Sukarno of In Indonesia
donesia Indonesia are smart enough to know
that Communist ruie of the East
European satellite nations has
been possible only because of Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. But Russia has surpeeriwl in

putting over the argument that the
satellite governments were free
and sovereign.
The Soviet trooDs who fired on

unarmed crowds of men, women

ana children in the streets of Bu Budapest
dapest Budapest showed the utter falsity
and CVnicism Of this nrnnaoamfa

Nehru, who led India's low;

struggle for independence from
Britain, and Sukarno, who fought
a war against the Netherlands,
can hardly fail to realize that,
whether thev sav i ur nnt

In India, Indonesia and other

tast Asian countries the Hungari Hungarian
an Hungarian intervention seems nrettv perw

tain to react against the Soviet

regime.
A quiet sruggle for political and
economic penetration is developing
in East Asia between Russia and
Red China.
China's influence is likely to be
strengthened now at Russia's ex expense
pense expense because the Peioine renimp

can still represent itself as an

enemy of colonialism and a sup supporter
porter supporter of the non-interference prin

ciple.
The Western democracies, of
course, do not look at it that way.
They point to Red China's inter- i
vention in Korea, to its fomenting
of the Indochinese war, to its'
swallowing up of Tibet.
But to a lot of East Asians, in
the instances of Korea and Indo
china the Chinese Communists'

were fighting "Western colonial colonialism"
ism" colonialism" the United States in Ko Korea
rea Korea and France in Indochina.
As regards Tibet, China always
claimed sovereignty over it even
in the days of the Manchu emperors.

China, culturally and racially, is

is far closer to East Asia than
Russia ever could be. Red Chin
never has been a Soviet satellite.
Its leaders Mao Tse-Tung and
Chou-En Lai, ruling the world i
most populous country, undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly feel they are as good as any
body in the Kremlin.
It has been reported that Mao
sent a friendly message of encour encouragement
agement encouragement to the Poles at the vert
time that Nikita S. Khrushchev
was trying vainly to browben
them into submission to Moscow.
If the message really was sent,
even if its arrival in Warsaw
about the time Khrushchev went
there was a coincidence, it was
significant,

Young Actress

Answar to Previous Puxzte

Roz Russell has 22 costume
changes three of them ON
stage in her new play, "Auntie

Mame." .. Ever hear of a Re

publican named Alfred E. Smith?

He s the hubby of Shawn Smith

leading lady in U-I's "Land Un

known." She won t be a doll un

known, though, after the 'film's

release.

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18 Fruit drinks
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14 Persian fairy
1 15 Type of fur

16 East (Fr.)

17 Pseudonym Of 9 Tissue

26 Present
month (ab.)
27 Writing tools
28 False god
29 Facility

Charles Lamb 10 Seed covering 30 Winter

Litter Case

PASADENA, Calif. Nov. 1

(UP) Lonnie Gene Hul, 23,

couldn't leave well enough alone

yesterday. Hill was ticketed for

speeding and as he drove off tore
uo the ticket scattering the pieces

from his car. He was halted again

by police md given another ticket

for littering a public street.

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perfection
22 Slight bow
23 Insane
24 Self-esteem
27 Flowers
31 Even (con.tr.)
32 Soak flax
33 Split pea
3dT.pual nnlnt

35 Compass pointp

36 Chemical
suffix
37 Regards
highly
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42 Assam
silkworm
43 Unit of work
44 Seed plant
microspores
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51 Iroquoian
Indian
53 Underworld
' god
54 African river
55 Soothsayer
56 City in The
Netherlands
57 Snare
58 Hurl

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19 Female 32 Memento
rabbit 31 Conger
21 Hebrew tribe fishermen
24 Father (Fr.) 39 Before
25 Scottish 40 Priority
afaeepfoldi (prefix)

41 Emissaries
43 German city
44 Nuisance
45 Mountain
(comb, form)
46 Falsehoods
48 Mud
49 Enthusiastic
ardor
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Printer To Wash
Ink Off Hands,
Leave CZ Saturday
He.adwaiters Said
To Duck Taxpaying
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) -Thirteen
headwaiters at two major
Manhattan hotels were charged to today
day today with failure to report for fed federal
eral federal income tax purposes more
than $100,000 in tips over a three three-year
year three-year period.
Eleven of those named in a fed federal
eral federal grand jury indictment are
employed as waiter captains at
the Waldorf-Astoria. The other
two are headwaiters at the Hotel
Statler.
WATCH REPAIR

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GUESTS AND HOST at a luncheon given at the Fern Room of the Tiypli Guest House by the Executive Secretary of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal, Paul M Runnestrand, honoring officials of the Presidencia and of the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Panama.
Pictured, reading from left to rlght, are Forrest G. Dunsmoor, administrative assistant to the Governor of the Canal Zone; Dun Duncan
can Duncan Mackay, second secretary dt the U.S. Embassy in Panama; Ricardo Brin, director, Department of Canal Zone Affairs of the
Ministry of Foreign Relations; Maj. David H. Smith, military assistant to the Governor; Carlos Arosemena, secretary of the
Forefri Relations National Council of the Ministry of Foreign Relations; Camilo Levy Salcedo, director of protocol of the Minis Ministry
try Ministry of Foreign Relations; Lt. Col. Raul Arias E., aide-de-camp to the President of the Republic of Panama; Runnestrand; Alfon Alfonso
so Alfonso Herrera.y Franco, private secretary of the President of the Republic of Panama; Dr. Ernesto Castillero P., secretary of the
Ministry of Foreign Relations; Orion J. Libert, first secretary of the US. Embassy in Panama; Miguel J. Moreno, Jr., legal ad advisor
visor advisor of the Ministry of Foreign Relations; Dr. Manuel J. Mendez G-. of the University of Panama; William G. Arey, Jr., public
Information officer of the Panama Canal; Salustiano Chacon, director of the department of public relations of the Presidencia..

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COMPLETE INSTRUCTORS COURSE Seventeen airmen an d non-commissioned officers assigned to the Caribbean Air
Command's School for Latin America recently completed the "Instructors' course" given for officers and non-coms of the
school. The new instructors are standing, while their, teache rs are seated. Seated in the center of the front row are Col
John C. Evers, Commandant, Hq., School for Latin America, and. Capt. Gonzalo R. Pozos, Training Officer. Col. Evers made
the formal presentation of diplomas to the graduates. (USAF Official Photo)

P. A. CLASSIFIEDS

GILBERT H. FUREY
Gilbert H. Furev. whn rH,

Wednesd-y as printer for the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Co., will wash the
printer's ink off his fingers and

leave we istnmus this weekend to
join his wife in Florida.

After nparfv SO VA9M in (k

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printing business, both here and
in Washineton. D. C Fiirv fei

that the time had come to start

S laying a little more golf, a game
e has perfected after many years
of knocking the coif halls'

the link of the old Gatun Golf

uud ana more recently the Bra

zos tsrooK uiud.

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the Isthmus sinpp 1 Ufhon Kb

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first came here to work as fore

man prooi reader with the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal nrpss Retard hie orri

al here he served with the U. S.

Army during the World War I.
In 192ft ha rptnrned in ViU km.

town of Washington, D, C. and

spent toe following three years
with the Government Printino rf.

flee.

But (hp Chaffrps wafprt nrmrarl

too strong for Furey and he re-

lurneo to nsioDai in iv& to taKe
over his fnrmpr nncitinn with tha

Mount Hope printing plant. He was

mane assistant printer in 1946 and,
after the retirement of E. C. Cot Cotton
ton Cotton in 1953, was promoted to print printer.
er. printer. After Joining Mrs. Furey in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla., he will drive west to
California where their younggst
daughter is attending school. Mr.
and Mrs. Furey haven't decided
whether they will live in Florida
or California but a lot depends, he
says, on which state has the finest
golf links.

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AT FAREWELL PARTY Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter are shown with the guests of
honor at a farewell party Riven for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Evans at the Balboa Annex, Tuesday
by members of the Commissary Division. (Photo by Cleveland Roberts)

BALBOA WOMAN'S CLUB ARTS AND CRAFTS DISPLAY
ATTRACTS ADMIRING CROWD THROUGHOUT SHOWING
From It o'clock yesterday morninr until 9 o'clock last
night a steady stream of visitors examined and admired the
products made by the Arts and Crafts Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club, which were on display at the USO-.IWB.
Ceramics, hand painted skirts, Christmas candles, toy
monkeys and many other fascinating items caused much
comment.
The tea table was decorated with a Harvest motif, sym symbolizing
bolizing symbolizing the fact that this display was the harvest of the
year's work.

Eltven Door Prize
At IAWC Card Party
At the Benefit Card Party, Tea
and Entertainment, which the inter-American
Women's Club will
give next Tuesday afternoon, at
the Amador Officers' Open Mess,
Fort Amador, eleven attractive
and useful door prizes will be pre
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and bowl contributed by Dag Dag-mar's;
mar's; Dag-mar's; luncheon cloth from Casa
Oriental; candleholders from Tahi Tahiti;
ti; Tahiti; a coffee pot from Pohoomul's;
and a bottle of perfume presented
by Felix Maduro.
Persons who have purchased
tickets, but will be unable to at attend,
tend, attend, are urged to send in stubs
of tickets, with name and address,
for inclusion in the drawing.
Tickets for the benefit are $1.50
and may be obtained from the Inter-American
Women's Club Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters at the Tivoli Guest House1,

Ancon; Irom committee m e m m-bers;
bers; m-bers; or at the door on the after afternoon
noon afternoon of the event.
Mr. And Mrs. Arturo Let
Announce Birth Of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Lee of Pa Panama
nama Panama City announce the birth of
their first child, a son, born Oct.
26 at San Fernando Clinic. 1
Mrs. Lee is the former Cristina
Wong of Colon.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
NO SAPETY ANYWHERE
NORFOLK, Va. (UP) A
42-year-old porter, who keeps his
spending money in his wallet and
his reserve cash in his shoes,
went to sleep in a restaurant here.
When he awoke, he found 19 dol dollars
lars dollars had been lifted from his
wallet. Leaping to his feet, he dis discovered
covered discovered his shoes, cash and all,
had also been taken.

Juices...
far richer
than thin
watery Juices!

f JUICE M

See for yourself

. . taste for yourself
"There's no Crop
like Snow Crop"

COLON
Din ot wvtfVwf rV&.
Tl. 635

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
HALF a block from a gas sta

tion, tufi lather discovered its
a.bfiiuam nau ithiiau oo ceius
from nis cnange. t repanng to o
oacK and get, it, he swung his
car aiuuud, exciuinung, mat kid
oack uiere has short changed
me sixain!"
his iu year old son gave
hjm no synipauiy. On the convou-y
Uiu Mijjfcctea that his father
uau roiscuumeu the money, fl o r
uiu ne aner ms critical attitude
wueii it was pioveu mat his lazi lazier
er lazier iiKu occii snori changed,
nit. maintained a cold ueiacn
meat wiitcu p.anuy declared ttiat
he considered qis tamer, not uic
cctciiuant, to be at tauu.
On tne way noiue cml s disap
proval, though wordless, became
o ttjresbive tnai lus harassed
lather olew up out of hurt, at tne
Uv UiueaSouauiess.
XOMEHMES the adolescent's
neeu iu mid lauit with us makes
inm iuu au awiuiiy tiresome per person,
son, person,
a sycholgists explain it is part
of fua preparation tor mating. im..'
say tuai ni auoiescence l uu uas to
withdraw tne admiration lie j
given ms parents as a cmid in or or-uer
uer or-uer to transfer it to ms "age "age-mate
mate "age-mate tne girl ne'u marry.
'tills itlfnrmnrinn la lini. ticu.
fill I tWU10n if'o inrVimiinti trt 1
...h v. v.. .1 . u mm u .1
why somenooy gives us a slap in!
tne lace, it is more useful to know
way we were arodnd to receive
K. 3y the same principle it's
more prontaDte, to know why we
let adolescent criticism hurt us
than to analyze adolescent mo motives
tives motives for indulging it.
It hurts us because we over
valued the admiration our adoles-
cent gave us a child. I
THE admiration was not love.
Actually, it was iust the satisfar-
tion all dependent people display
wnen mey oeueve themsewes wei
cared for. If this shocks you,
you'll get over it and be all
the better for having heard it.
For it's true,
Our fond belief that our little
boys and girls love us 8s what
makes their adolescent criticism
so hard to take. When Cliff be begins
gins begins tc withdraw his childish and

CLOSED SATURDAY!
(PANAMA INDEPENDENCE DAY)
Come and pick up, your reading material
for the week-end NOW.
BOOKS and MAGAZINES, TOYS,
GIFT JTOIS, GRfiJJNG GARtlS,
SOUVNmS and STATIONERY.

Be sure

MORRISON'S

and

LEWIS SERVICE
Both Opposite tha Ancon P.O.

F PPH mm.

' HOODIE

CONDENSED FOR GREATER VALUE

unrealistic admiration from us,
we moan and groan as tnough we

were losing some priceless gut.
The healing truth is that a'
child's excessive respect for us is'
as unreliable as the adolescent's
excessive disrespect, oue buius
we're wonderful because thinking
so fills his need; the other toinks
we're terrible because this idea
fills his need. To neither of them
are our needs of mucn concern.
It is wise indeed to become used
to the idea that love's knowledge
and acceptance of us as we are if
something we get from grown
ups.
Army Sales Times
Make Day Changes
The Property Disposal Officer,
Quartermaster Section USARCA USARCA-RIB,
RIB, USARCA-RIB, announces that future nego negotiations
tiations negotiations for the sale of foreign ex
cess personal property will be
closed at 3:30 p.m. on Friday rath
c.- than at noon on Tuesday as
previously.
The negotiation currently in pro
gress is scheduled to close at 3:30
p.m. on Nov. 9, 1956, and future
closings will be held every three
. icyiMuu ui scneau
in no wav alters the
- viui,i nego negotiation
tiation negotiation nrnoppHinoc ,ni Ann
- r B KUU UUC9 IlUt
affect the scheduling of regularly
Offers for consideration under
nesuuawons ior loreign excess per personal
sonal personal property can be accepted
only from qualified firms or indi individuals
viduals individuals who are on the mailing
list maintained by the Property
Disposal Officer at Building 706
vuiui t anai Mine.
' MAIL TRAPPED
SALT LAKE CITY (UP)
Neither the elements nor dark of
night stayed mailman George
Taylor from the swift completion
of his appointed rounds. But, a
locked door stopped him cold. A
broken door lock trapped Taylor
in a hallway for two hours until a
passing woman caught his plea
for freedom and phoned police. A
lock picker finally cracked the
door and released the trapped
mail carrier.
to visit
"They
love
rh..
aQn before
they can
reach it!
Ever notice how children
"play favorites"? They

r..y. ; ,- ha va their favor1 1 games,
their favorite toys-even their favorite
aoupl More than likely this favorite la
Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup
Every spoonful is steeped through and
through with the goodness of plump,
tender chickens . slow-simmered to
yield a gleaming broth . with golden golden-yellow
yellow golden-yellow egg noodles and plenty of tender
pieces of chicken added! Serve Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup today!

CHICKEN NOODLE S
LOG f OR THE RED-AND-WHITE LABS

BEACH PARTY AT CORONADO Soroptimists and their guests get together at a picnic held
at the beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eisenmann .at Coronado. Left to right are Mrs.
Edith McCormlck, Muni Stern, Bill Brunner, Mrs. Lynn wheeler, Mrs. Valeria Feeley, Mrs. Sara
de la Pefift, Mrs. Gerta Stern. Commander Bill Young and Soroptimlst president Rosita Pala Pala-cios.
cios. Pala-cios. In the right corner are Mrs. Dora Bennet, Mrs. Richard Eisenmann, J. Lavergne and
Ricky Eissnmann.

Korean Freedom
Cool Of Rhee's
SEOUL, Nov. 1 (UP) Presi President
dent President SvnPman Rhee said tnriav hr
will take firm action to liberate
iNortn Korea from its Communut
masters as soon as the U.S. presi presidential
dential presidential election is over., it was re reported
ported reported here.
Two South Korean newspapers
said Rhee expressed his views
during a meeting with delegates
who will represent this country at
the forthcoming anti-Communist
convention in Manila.
"As in Hungary and .Poland, the
time has come for us to free the
people in North Korea," Rhee was
quoted as saying. ;
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from our srlectlon of Sheaffer Pens,
Gift Sets and Daak Sett.
Sheaffer Snorkel peas from $1.20
Available in all leading stores
Representatives!
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Having fun and playing
hard, children constantly
burn up energy. ROYAL
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Sunken Cannon to be Lifted
Before National TV Audience

TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 1 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A nationwide television audience
I will watch divers bring up an bid
cannon from a sunken shipwreck
in the Florida Keys Jan. 20. But
; when the cameras stnn orinHinu
! the cannon goes back to the bot
tom.
A national, television network
(CBS) will make a- live telecast of
the shipwreck near Arthur McKee,
Jr.'s nmseum of sunken treasure
in the Keys.
But McKea has a state lease
on the shipwreck site which re requires
quires requires him to prevent exploration
of the. area or any disturbance of
the wreck.
The State Cabinet, however,
agreed Tuesday to disregard the
lease so divers can raise the can cannon
non cannon "on condition th item shift.
ed or moved be restored to their
normal location."
At its regular welrlv utiinn
the cabinet also agreed to have
the Sf a t p Roa rH nf Tnti amt a nA
the State School Superintendent
i nomas u. uaney work out de details
tails details of a proposed law to go be before
fore before the 1957 legislature giving the
State Board of Education respon responsibility
sibility responsibility for chartering private
schools in Florida.
Circuit Judges and the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State now issue eharters
to nrivatp sr-hnnls hut Railsv oaiit
the present system presents "one
oi tne worst problems we have
because there are no requirement's
that the schnnls have ari Miiiara ot.
vocational standards of financial
backing.
VWe have institutions of higher
learning granting degrees in this
state that nobody has ever seen
or heard of." ha said.
The rnunrtl fnr tha sturiv rt
higher education in the state re-
commenaea puuing a central
agency in cnarge ot granting cnar-
ters.
Cabinet members voted In a new
nolicv nf havitiff assistants nr ner.
sons second in command of cab-
met posts sit in on cabinet meet
The secrot's
in the sauce .

New lew prices!

YOUR BEST GteOUfite BUT

TEXACO
'SMOOTH, llvtty aartormanca
fill 'ar up: Thafi what yau
Flra Chief
You are Welcome at
TEXACO Dealer
Jm I -L .l-WJ

mmmWrW
w

ings when the department beads
are unable to attend.
Gov. LeRoy CollirjS recommend recommended
ed recommended the system after Lee Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, chief fiscal officer for the
Department of Agriculture Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Nathan Mayo could not
attend. Mayo's wife is ill.
State Purchasing Agent Dan
D'Alemberte reported to the cab cabinet
inet cabinet that steel for the 1958 Florida
auto license tags cost sevep per
cent more than that used in the
1957 tags. He said the tags for
1958 will cost $7.53 per 100 pounds,
compared to $7.04 last year.
Fral Won't Accept
Formosa Gov's Son
EVANSTON, 111. Nov. 1 (UP1-
The son of former Formosa Gov.
K. C. Wu was forced to resign as
a Northwestern University frater
nity pledge because of his nation
ality.
Sherman Wu. 19. said he emit
pledging Psi Upsilon fraternity be because
cause because "they told me 1 would de
grade their house because' I am
a Chinese."
Chapter President Jack H. Lage Lage-schulte,
schulte, Lage-schulte, 20, Barrington, III, de defended
fended defended the fraternity's action,
which he said was taken "because
we felt he would be a detriment
Lageschulte said seven fresh freshman
man freshman refused to pledge as long as
Wu was associated with the fra fra-rnity.
rnity. fra-rnity. 'We accepted him regardless of
race," Lageschulte said, "but the
campus, especially the freshmen,
would not accept him as r
person,"
v- A. BUSY DAY
MONTICELLO, Ind. (UP) -Ivan
Nan Dictator Peggy, a regis registered
tered registered Holstein, gave birth to a bull
calf at the White County 4-H fair fairgrounds.
grounds. fairgrounds. Two hours before judges
declared her grand champion of
her breed.
and the
sauce is I
's secret!)
Campbell

Youll lov the rich sauce
the lively flavor of each plump,
tender bean. Serve it soon!

A

BEANS PORK

FINE CHIEF

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tat with Taxaca
Vour,
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THUJtSDA. NOVEMBER L 1950

Tm r.v

Social ancl Otk

erwise

dontinuid

pacific NY WWts
Hold BinSK
Representatives of the Pacific
Navy Wives Club held a Bingo at
Gorgas Hospital last Monday eve eve-aing
aing eve-aing Prizes of cigarettes, combs,
ind raior blades were awarded
the winners who were: Jon Blough,
Claude Ott, Edward HcMaster,
Merchant Marine, Pfc Justino
Rodriguez, Pft. Harry Shattuck,
Pvt. Joseph Nagy, and Knut An
dersen, Merchant Marine. Light
refreshments were served to the
patients by Mrs. Irene Riehle,
irc Norma Bowman, and Mrs

Kay Rimmer.
Panama Astonemy
Club Party
The Panama Canal Astronomy
Club held their regular monthly
meeting Sunday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.

Herrman in Gatun. A uauoween
party followed the business meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Refereshments were served,
games were played and a good
time was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. Ches

ter Harrold. Mr. and Mrs. F yi

Brown, Mr. Theodore Bailey, Mrs.
Albert Goguen, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Herrman.

ty were won by John Everson and
Jean Allen. Donald Humphrey and
Huey Lee woo the jitterbug con contest
test contest and also the priaw for musi musical
cal musical chairs. The Bean Bag prizes
were won by Keith Kenway and
Brenda Collins and those for Bait
the Ball, bv Priscilla Koperski and
Ratoh Blevms. Butch Qrr and Pat Patsy
sy Patsy Lee won the Spot Dance prize.

Pan-American
Festival Chorus
Will Rehearse
The Pan-American Festival

Chorus will meet for a rehearsal
this evening at 7:30 p.m. in the
auditorium of the USO-JWB Build Building,
ing, Building, La Boca Rd., Balboa. Work
will continue on the Thanksgiving
and Christmas music. New music
has arrived and will be available
this evening. All Service person personnel
nel personnel and their adult dependents,
residents of the Canal Zone and of
the Republic of Panama interest interested
ed interested in choral singing are cordially
invited to participate.

Each notice fo inelirtton i"
column ihould be submittad
type-written form and mailed te oae
of Hie of numbers listed daily in
"Seelal and Otherwise." detlvet detlvet-ed
ed detlvet-ed by band to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted
telephone.
Unity tedae Meets Tomorrow
Unity Lodge No. 1084. IBPO
EW: will convene a special session

for the conferring of degrees at
the Paraiso Lodge Hall tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m.
All newly-initiated members are
requested to attend.
Alabama Governor

Troubled By Raid
On Gov't. Plants

MONTGOMERY. Ala. Nov. 1

(UP) A raid which uncovered

stacks of partisan handouts in a
state printing office has opened a
new front in Gov. James E. (Big
Jim) Folsom's cold war with his

crusading attorney general.

Farm Prices Drop,
Giving Demos Fuel
For Election Week

WASHINGTON. Nov. 1 (UP)

Farm prices, an important issue
in the election campaign, dropped

one per cent in tne mown enaeu
Oct. 15.
rw Aorimltur Deoartment, m

its monthly price report issued

Tuesday, said me aecune w

orices farmers received was uu
to lower prices for meat animals
nntatDP tioultrv. eaes. and

cotton, xnese more man uuan

higher prices received for dairy
products, some vegetables, cotton

seed, ana wnei.
Within minutes after the report
wac issued. Secretary of Agricul

ture Ezra T. Benson "interrupted a

campaign tour at toryaon, ina.,

to telephone tne department nis
comment on the farm price situa

tion.
He said the decline was 'slight"
and was due to normal heavy
marketing at tbis tkne of year. He
said that farm income for the
third quarter was 8 per cent above
that, for the same Deriod a vear

ago and fort he full year should
averagt 4 per cent above 1955 be because
cause because of this year's larger volume.
Democratic National Chairman

Paul M. Butler said the price de decline
cline decline 'lifts the veil off the rosy
campaign statements by President
Eisenhower and Secretary Benson
and reveals the Eisenhower-Benson
farm program for what it is
a failure."
The price report showed the
price level to be 218 per cent
above that of a year ago, 5.4 per
cent above last December, but 27
per cent below the record high set
in February; 195,1.
The decline in the index of
prices received by farmers, meas-

ureo against me prices iney must
pay fqr the things they buv, was
not. nniih tr lnupr the narirw rn.

tio during the month. At K, he

raio was me same as in August
and September, 1956, and Octooer,
1955.

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Meiter, Boy Laid
Murder Plcl; But
Police Solve Case

side of the road where they aban abandoned
doned abandoned the booy after the boy
pumped six more shots into
'Martin's bead.

We'll make him the fall guy."

DANCING THE CHA CHA.CHA Valerie Spencer dances the
Cha Cha Cha with her teacher Mr. Duan of Harnett and Dunn
studios, at a party given at Amador Olficers' Club last week
by Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Burton of Balboa for their house house-guests
guests house-guests Mr. and Mrs. Gay Harris of Texas.

During the questioning Anthony
told poiice they oa-eJ a n' n'-h'ker
h'ker n'-h'ker ou the road sorily before
the hnol'i". Pe a.! b! r-ifrer

TUMMOND. Ind Nov. 1 (UP)iw to "Take a good look at bim.

4 1R vcir-o'il hov tod oo'sre to-

iav he shot his steofather to

death in a p'ot w'th h:s mother

a:icj blamed the crime on a nuca nuca-hiker.
hiker. nuca-hiker. Robert Q. Martin, 32, was shot
inf the head six times as h's w'fe,

Gladys, 35. drove him and her
two children to the'r f-';'er cmo

hime in Hammond after a Sun-

dav visit with f ''f.ds in C "r

Since then police and FBI
agents exteHed thei' -"roh for

the kilier througn Indiana ana
Illinois. At leist ore na" r 'an
shot at a man he believed waa
the non tx-stct hitchh'jr.

The bov. Anfhony Bewbaser.

broke down when faced w,th a

lie detector test.
Police said he to'H thpm he and

his mother "hail n 1 a n n A for

weeks to k'li tne steMainer, a
steel plant foreman, because of

heavy drinking, aggravation and
brutality.
He said he and Martin, who was
"becoming excessively drunk and

more man is!""v "e. nde

in the back seat while his mother

drove and his sisler, Marianne

Brewbaker, 12, slept in the front

seat.
Police said Anthony teld them
he shot Mart'i in the head once
with hU stenfther own nktol

He said his moer drove to the

NO i CRU.r
BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (L.

The i s 1 ahor DeDartmeJit hi

A.UeH iiahama f'lr at'ioi

to a new b'.'V.etln that define

waat a aia n n n y
c' Cti in the not's is the raisin
of cricks for f'h '"t
mat-er how mrch the chiron
H'" rasca1- ac"d e4rsr'" ":" t
itiie surroundings."

mmm JUtA

msmmmw air u i HRiva

Madt willi frtsh train...

IVfcipperf af fur fhfrtipl
Qwip stays sweat till the can to
empty-er your money back I

New at jretr (reter's

500 Children
Have Fun At Margarita
Halloween Parties
The Margarita Recreational As

sociation entertained about 500

children at its annual Halloween

Costume parties held at the Mar
parita Gvmnasium Saturday. Of

ficers and board members of the

Association arraneed the oarties

The gymnasium was appropriate

ly decorated and reiresnments
were served. The younger children
were entertained in the afternoon
and a "Sock Dance" for teen-agers
was held in the evening.
Priies at hte afternoon party
were awarded as follows:
, Pra-School Prettiest, Lesley
Ann Butcher; Most original, Har Harry
ry Harry Jones; Best Halloween Lewis
Park. I
let anH 2nd prarle Prettiest.

Jovre Seelv: Most original. Keith

Wrenn; Best Halloween, Irene
famnhell iTl

3rd and rth Grade Prettiest,
Blanche Jones; Most Original,
Christ Wrenn and Best Halloween,
Eddie Whitlock.
5th and 6th Grade Prettiest,
Christine Bath; Most Original
Florence Allen; Best Halloween
Keith McLeod.
, Doors priies at the evening par-

For months, Atty. Gen. John
Patterson, son ftf Albert Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, who died defying the Phenix

City underworld, has oesiegeo

Folsom s satellites, mis ic uo
bombed a pet Folsom project.
Two of Patterson's assistants
early last M on day raided the
State Industrial Relations Depart Department,
ment, Department, nrintine roim 'and found

plates that may have turned out

'thousands of pampniets doosi'

ing a Folsom-oacKeo reapponon,

ment amendment.
Patterson closed tly office pend pending
ing pending an investigation of whether
state employes were engaged in
illegal political activity.
Is le at hat clr i mil sllPC Uhirh

have included five sorties by in

junction and one by subpoena, both
Patterson and Folsom have avoid avoided
ed avoided direct attack on each other.
Folsom left it to lieutenants to

charge that Patterson is gunning

for the governors'hip.
But the colorful, foot 8 inch
second-time governor has been far

from' silent. When state auditors

used a subpoena to try to check
Folsom's office and mansion
books, the governor, who also
commands the Alabama Natonal
Guard, declared, 'They'll need
bigger tanks and guns than I

cigarettes

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Shepard Case Off,

Prostitute lied'
On Telephone Fad
CI.EVEr.ANn Ohio Nov 1

(UP) A former call girl admitted
toriav that the "now faptu" k.

volunteered in the Sheppard mur murder
der murder case were lies.

Confronted with a he detector
test, Margaret Jacobson, 19, told
Assistant County Prosecutor Saul
Danaceau that Her story Was
"completely fabricated." Dana-
PP11 h0Bn a nau imractinof irt

m ivt uivtjuauuu
into the case yesterday oh the baa-

is or tne girrs lniormatlon.

V ar Vn KAOCa Vhannenf n.

beaten to death in her auburhan

Bay Villag home '& the eallSj
morning hours of July 4, 1954. Herl

husband, Dr. Samuel Sheppard, an
osteopath, is serving life term
for the njurdef.

-" 'so uai.jvauii,
brOtliTht: hprn frnm nrienn ,V,AM

p--- fiauH wncic
Khp is tjprvincr a tar nvnutli..

" C, vvft 111 mi uivatllU'l
a i : i .1 i I

muui claimed uiai a uieveiana vice,l

ngujc uiuvc ui ami auuiner wo woman
man woman to the Sheppard neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood the night of the murder.
Slip said thp man lofr tho no.

.v., HIV V U 1
and returner) latpr with hlnnW

his clothes. Danaceau said the

second woman was questioned and

oenieo miss jacicson s story.

have."

Patterson's injunctions have

stODOed navments on fivp Ki.are

contracts which he decided were

pt -! i7a v Par.T.prsOn a in has

demanded that two bonding com companies
panies companies cover $20,000 of some $700.-

fion in Conservation Tnart.mnt.

funds that Patterson claims were
'illeeallv snent. or misused.

Folsom has gone down the line

in defending various officials who

came under nre in tnese matters,
and he is now stumnine the state

on behalf of the reapportionment

amendment.

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The jiiieet of I different, tardea,
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Hveb flavor, and thrive on ite vitaj.

min-paeked toed' 4

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or between meU
V 8 (ivea you the
refreahment you
want, and the nour nour-ithment
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Celebrate Nov. 3rd
beginning at MIDNITE
FRIDAY in the Balboa Bar
where you'll join the lata ;
crowd to hear

GEORGE GODOY S TRIO
playing till 4:30 a.m. wjian tha guesta
receive a n:ghtcap "on-the-house."

Ill

Sat. lf v- music
begins at 10 p.m.
Sunday night the tub 4:30
also will be open from midnite.

NOTICE
On aocount of Saturday being Nov. 3, a National Holiday,
our Chib customers should make this week's elub pay;
ments by Friday, November 2, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon
and from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1956
Dodgers Come From Behind To Score Seventh Win

PAGE EIGHT

Robinson 1st Brooklyn

Player To 'Get Thumb'

HIROSHIMA, Nov. 1 -(UP)- The Brooklyn
Dodgers showed their traditional fighting spirit by
coming from behind to trounce the All Kans Stars
10-6 here today before a capacity crowd of Japan s
most enthusiastic baseball fans.

It was the Dodgers seventh
victory in 10 games of their 20 20-game
game 20-game barnstorming tour.
The Dodgers presented the ci city
ty city with a plaque in memory or
the dead from the atom bomb
explosion 0 Aug. 6, 1945, in cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies before the game.
Jackie Robinson became tne
first Dodger player to be eject ejected
ed ejected from a game on the current
tour. He was thrown out by a
Japanese base umpire when he
strongly protested a decision
In the third Inning. Captain
Pee Wee Reese relieved him at
second base.
Duke Snider tied the score at
one-all with a homer ovr r the
left-field wall in the fourth in inning.
ning. inning. The Japanese, however,
went ahead 4-1 in their portion
of the same inning on a three three-run
run three-run homer by second baseman
Isami Okamoto- of the Nankal
Hawks off starter Don Drysdale.
TRoy Campanula's might
tittree-run homer off Hanshin
fleers righthander Mitsuo Osa Osa-i
i Osa-i who relieved Hiroshima
Carps starting pitcher Ryohel

Holdout Clyde Parris

jMay
' By J. J.

Be Given Release

HARRISON JR
$ Third
may be
baseman Clyde parris
.iimn his release and
replaced at his regular position
J 1th the 1955-50 Manama ni ni-onal
onal ni-onal League ahampions by vet veteran
eran veteran lnfielder Frank Austin, If
parris and club officials fail to
agree on salary terms, it was re revealed
vealed revealed today by sources close to
the chesterfield Smoker front
Office.
According to the sources,
larris has refused to sign a
m 1 DL.af.r.
attract drawn up bjvw"
eld president Caflwr EUta
r the 1956-57 season w men
ts underway Dec. 5.
ileti renortedly has based the
ary figure on the performance
th irmemer aunuc wie
MV.n TiO rfi
tted .250, scorea i runs, mi.
home runs and pusnea 21
s across the plate.
mrris, who played ior Mon-
1, Class AAA internauonai
aeue. last summer, was tue
cult's batting cnamp wuri

Weekend Grid Winners
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V By OSCAR PtALIY
JNEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP)-Fra-
'i follied and the weekend 1001-
ill winners just in case you
hive a few kopeks left.
Mm ti UJ-.L.
vam vt ins nK
avy over Notre uame ierry
tennan hasn't given up on me
sh and this may be the week
8v set stanea. am navy na
sen coming rapidly and, if they're
fer going to win mis one, m-w a
time.
The East
rmy over Colgate too mucn
eed.
Syracuse over renn Mate
bi't even see it as a tossup.
fale over Dartmouth Rolling
k-ong here.
Princeton over Brown a run-
ray-
0: Cornell over toiumDia,
irvard over Penn, Vlllanova
sr Boston College, Boston v.
rer Holy cross, wuayeue uver
atgers, Lehigh over Temple,
iicknell over Buffalo and Con-
Icticut over Miami.
Th Midwttt
Minnesota over Pitt If they
isn't let down.
( Oklahoma over Colorado Sheer
mnirler.
IMichiean over Iowa But those
Wbwkeves are hungry.
wi-hioan State over Wisconsin
ramd.
n
Uso: Ohio State over Northwest-
Purdue over Illinois, Indiana
p.r Maraueue. Missouri over me-
hska. Kansas over Kansas Mate,
iwa State over Drake and Detroit
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southern Cal over Washington
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Hasegawa in the fourth inning,
deadlocked the count at four-all
in the sixth inning.
Nishltetsu Lions righthander
Yukio Shimabara, who relieved
Osaki in the sixth inning after
Campanella's three-run homer,
walked Reese, Snider and Cam Cam-panella
panella Cam-panella in the seventh inning.
The three runners then pulled
off a triple steal, Reese scoring
to the amazement of the fans.
Jim Gentile then homered to
give the Bums an 8-4 lead.
Righthander Ed Roebuck,
who relieved Drysdale at the
beginning of the fifth 'nning,
was credited with the victory.
Hankyu Braves inficlder As As-ateru
ateru As-ateru Kqno hK a homer off
Roebuck in the ninth inning.
The Unescore follows:
Dodgers 000 103 30210 12 2
All Kansal 100 300 002 6 8 2
Drysdale, Roebuck (5), and
Campanella, Hasegawa, Osaki
(4) Shimbara (6) Takechi (7)
and Monzen, Nomura, Vamashi Vamashi-ta
ta Vamashi-ta WP- Roebuck. LP: Osaki.
Homers: Snider (4th), Campan Campanella
ella Campanella (3rd), Genitile (5th), Koho.

321 average. He was chosen as
the IL's all-star third baseman
at the close of the season.
Eleta believes, the sources say
that, salaries of native pro
League players should be decid decided
ed decided by their most recent perform
ances nere, ana not on me oui
of their records in foreign loops.
Published reports eariy in
September stated that Parris
had asked Smoker officials for
his release so as to enable him
to accept a "tempting offer"
to play In the Cuban Winter
League. The request was de denied
nied denied at the time.
The SrrioRers plan to Import'
only four foreign players ior me
coming season. Three will be
pitchers and the other a center
fielder.
Right hander Don Elston, who
starred for the team during the
last campaign, is expected to be
back. He is at present pitching
in Venezuela, but should report
to the chesterfield ciuh by Dec
Stanford over UCLA By a
ehorla
Oregon State over Washington-
Close on defenses.
California over Oregon A real
tossup.
Also: New Mexico over Brig Brig-ham
ham Brig-ham Young, Montana over Mon Montana
tana Montana State, Wy9ming over Utah
State and Idaho over Fresno State.
The South
Georgia Tech over Duke By a
pair.
Maryland over Kentucky The
bluepfate special.
Tennessee over North Carolina
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Rick Casares

Grabs NFL
Scoring Lead
PHILADELPHIA, No. (UP)
A four-touchdown Derformance
by
Rick Casares boomed the Chicaeo
Bears fullback into first place in
the National Football League scor scoring
ing scoring race to match his position as
the league's leading ground
Rampant Rick scored four times
against the San, Francisco Forty Forty-Niners
Niners Forty-Niners Sunday to .run his point to total
tal total to 60 and his touchdowns to 10,
both individual highs for the five five-week
week five-week old season. His four touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in a single game also is
a high for the current campaign.
Casares, a 225 pounder, held
first place in rushing for the sec second
ond second straight week with a 458-yard
total, an edge of 12 yardsN over
OHie Watson of the Chicago Car
dinals and Hugh McElhenny of the
Forty Nmers, tied for second,
Eddie Brown of the Bears kept
his No. 1 ranking among the pass passers
ers passers with an average gain of 10.83
yards for each pass thrown. Brown
completed 44 of 64 for 704 yards
and six touchdowns. Lamar Mc Mc-han
han Mc-han of the Cardinals is second.
Bil'v Howton of Greenbay con continued
tinued continued to pace the pass collectors
wmi :i total of 25 receptions. How How-ton
ton How-ton has gained 598 yards and
scored seven touchdowns. Harlon
Hill of the Bears holds the one one-game
game one-game mark in total receptions
with nine, also set two weeks ago.
Bobby Layne of the Detroit
Lions was second to Casares in
scoring with a total of 51 points.
Norm Van Brocklln of the Los
Angeles Rams took oyer the No. 1
spot among the punters, and Carl
Tassef of the Colts and Frank Ber-
nardi of the Cardinals were tied,
in punt returns.
Lynn Chandnois of Pittsburgh
led in kick off returns, with Bobby
Dillon of Green Bay the leading
interceptor with five.
Committee To Aid
Minors Will Not
Give Away Money
NEW YORK (UP) A six-man
committee has been formed to
"save the minors" but baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick said to
day it has not been set up to
"hand out a half million dollars
recklessly
Frick said up to $500,000 has
been pledged by the majors, not
as a subsidy, but more as a
"bank" where distressed minor
leagues may go for help. In some
cases, he said, there may be
grant-in-aid, in others the money
merely will be loaned.
"I imagine that the members
will hear hardship cases and de determine
termine determine each one on its merits,"
Frick said.
-Handily.
Clemson over VPI A rowdy
contest,
Also: Mississippi over LSU,
Georgia over Alabama, Tulane
over Mississippi State, Miami
over Florida State, Florida over
Auburn. Wake Forest over North
Carolina State, West Virginia over
George Washington, Vanderbllt
over Virginia and W&M over VMI.
The Southwest
Texas over SMU Just gotta
win one soon.
TCU over Baylor A ruff'n.
Texas Aggies over Arkansas
Murder at home.
Rice over Utah Or I quite com
pletely.
Also: Oklahoma Aggies over
Texas TeCh, Temple State over
San Diego, West; Texas State over
Arizona, 'Texas Western over
Hardin-Simmons and COP over
Tulsa.
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PANAMA CIGARETTES ENTRY The above team is repre representing
senting representing the Panama Cigarette Co. in the Business Woman's
League in Diablo. Thev are (left to right) Lil Ounn, Gertrude
Garnie, Capt. Wilma Riley, Del Peters7 and Shirley Cavanaugh.

By MARSAIL
,
The olans are now complete
f or the Panama Marlin club's
fifth annual tournament. The
trophies for the lucky ones are
on display in the Balboa Corn
missary window until Friday.
So, boys and girls, go pick out
the one you like the most and
then try to find the fish to
catch that will win it. with tna
great big piece of ocean known
as Panama Bay it should be no
problem, at least for some, J
mean those of you tnat put tag
on some of the denizens of the
deep earlier in the year!!!
I believe the lames are reaiiy
the lucky ones this year since
the Esso Oil Company's three
prizes are for ladies only. These
prizes are of beautiful sterling
silver and any one of them
would be a prize to be really
proud of. I am sure there is go going
ing going to be some real competition
for these prizes among the Mar-

Susana Leon, Thomas Chu
Isthmian Mixed Doubles
Table Tennis Champiqns

The doubles team of Susana
Leon and Thomas Chu of the
White and Green Table Tennis
Club became the first mixed
doubles champions of the fifth
annual Isthmian Table Tennis
Tournament during the final
playoffs Monday nlghlt at the
Balboa USO-JWB, tournament
chairman Julio David announc announced
ed announced today.
The Leon-Chu team won the
championship by d e f e a ting
Jeannette McDonald and George
Grannum of the Atlas Table
Tennis Club in straight sets,
21:19, 22:20, 21:12. This was the
first time the tournament in included
cluded included mixed doubles competi competition.
tion. competition. U.S. Air Force Lt. John Staf Stafford,
ford, Stafford, who won the military sin singles
gles singles 'title the same night but lost
the isthmian championship to
civilian singles champion Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Joseph, teamed up with
Capt. Paul Cromwell, the man he
defeated for the military title,
for the military doubles.
The Air Force duo lost to
champions Juan de la Guardia
and Stanley Hall 21:15, 21:14,
21:18.
The record crowd which at-
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lin Club members to say the
least.
The Marlin Club did not soli-

, cit for donated prizes this year,
neither did the club authorize
solicitations individually or col -lacHjMtt
forporiBorsftip of any
lndTSdlal or group, The M2ls
sponsoring the tournament flr a
whole and any contribution
made to the club is appreciated.
The Tournament Committee
has arranged for daily reports
of catch to be transmitted to a
designated source for publication
and only Information from this
source will be considered official
as far as the committee and
Marlin Club are concerned.
The South Winds 'the past two
days have made it difficult for
the boat owners to accomplish
work on their boats in the bay
but we hope that it will subside
in time for a smooth take-off
for the tournament, and remain
reasonably so during the ten ten-day
day ten-day contest. .,'
1 1111 11 1
tended the final night of the
tournament again saw four-time
singles champion Grannum go
down in defeat twice during the
night in doubles play, first in
the mixed doubles finals and
later in the male doubles finals,
when he and his partner, Luis
Moreno, lost a thrilling match to
De la Guardia and Hall, 22:20,
14:21, 21:19, 21:10.
In addition to the prizes a a-warded
warded a-warded to the winners and run-ners-up,
two special awards were
made by the tournament chair chairman.
man. chairman. One went to the physical
ly-handicapped George cumber-
batch for his fine display or
sportsmanship during very one
of the JWB table tennis tourna tournaments.
ments. tournaments. The other was awarded
10 Stanley unao ior nis accu
rate and impartial umpiring of
tne matcnes.
The fifth annual tournament
was planned in cooperation with
Special Services. U.S. Armv Ca
ribbean, the 15th Naval District
and Albrook Air Force Base.
Final results:
Singles-Civilian: Stanley Hall
vs Arthur Joseph; winner: Jo
seph 21:5, 21:9, 21:18.
Singles-Military: Capt. Paul
Cromwell vs. Lt. John Stafford;
Winner: Stafford 21:17, 17:21,
21:12, 21:18.
Doubles Civilian: George
Grannum-Luis Moreno vs. Juan
de la Guardia -Stanley Hall:
Winners: de la Guardia-Hall
22:20, 14:21, 21:19, 21:10.
Isthmian championship Sin
gles: Arthur Joseph vs. Lt. John
Stafford; Winner: Joseph 21:15,
21:12. 21:9.
Doubles: Juan de la Ouardla-
Stanley Hall vs. Lt. John Staf-
ford-Capt. P. Cromwell; Win
ner: De la Guardia-Hall 21:15,

21:14,21:18. . -j

By TREVOR SIMONS
The Arnold Manning Carl
Tut tie express, more commonly
knows as the Athletic Club grid grid-ders,
ders, grid-ders, will make their final At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side appearance at Mt.
Hope Stadium tonight in a con contest
test contest against Cristobal High
School that will feature a pre preview
view preview of things to come for the
Blue and Gold Tigers.
Coach Palumbo decided earlier
this week not to .suit up any of
his seniors, which means that 10
of his first string boys will not
be in action against the Athle

tic Club tonlgwt. Bat this does
not by any means indicate that
tne AC can .expect to have a field
night at the. expense of the
younger boys from CHS. Most of
these second stringers are ready
for action and have been hard
at work earning a letter for '56
and a starring position for '57.
Most pronounced in the battle
for nosition on the Tiger eleven
has been two of the smallest Ti Tigers
gers Tigers on the squad, Don Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey and Wend' Passo. Ri"ht
now Wendy has the inside track
as the more, experienced Dlayer Dlayer-caller
caller Dlayer-caller and ball banker, bt
Humohrey is a double threat in
the fact that he ha devehn-i
'nto an excellent tackier while
line-backing. Russ Favorite, by
no means second string as he
has been a full time participant
at tackle, will share both te
latter position and center with
Jack Willoughby another good
up and .coming youngster.
Billy Gibson, a lun'or in hleh
school who appears to have a
brilliant future before him, is
already established as a top
notch performer and will be the
big power in Cristobal's backfield
tonight.
Much has already been said
about the powerful five of the
Athletic offense, Manning. Tut-
tle, Whitlock, Taber and Jef
fries: but there ar others that
have contributed and will con continue
tinue continue to do so tonight against
Cristobal. The two Harris broth brothers,
ers, brothers, Ralph (a guard) and GeOrge
(an end) nave been important
men in this well padded AC ag
gregation, in tne backiieia, bod
Cuculon has done more than his
share of ground gaining and 190
pounderj-.Tony Qyer, has Men a
tough customer, on the AC line.
Kick-off time, as usual, will
be 7 o'clock.
On The AHeys. .
DIABLO'
BUSINESS
LEAGUE
WOMEN'S
Abernathy Increases Lead te
Three Full Points
Abernathy's keglers In the
Diablo Business Women's League
again came out on the lone end
of a 2-1 split with the second
place Mountain Dew team to
gain a full point in the league
lead. Mimi Metzger led the
"Sportsmen" with a fine 518 se series,
ries, series, consisting of games of 161,
186 and 171. Pauline Ray and
Marge Rodgers also hit well for
Abernathy with series of 475 and
462. Pat Hunter took top honors
for the Mountain Dews with
466, which included an honor
game of 216. Pat's 216 was also
high game for the evening.
Panama Cigarettes fell bacx
into a tie for third with Boyd
Bros, by losing all three to the
Chevrolet-Bulck team white the
Insurancemen wore winning two
from the No Mi Diga Lounge.
Led by Dotttie Williams and Liz
Coleman, the Chevy-Buick gins
showed their best effort for the
season by rolling a 2607 series,
Dottie had 462 and Lis 461. LU
Gunn and Del Peters were high
for the Smokers with 453 and
433.
In the Boyd Bros.-No Mi Diga
Lounge match, Thelma Camby,
the Loungers top scorer had to
sit out tne last two games be because
cause because of a back injury and Bet Betty
ty Betty Nessle of the insurancemen
was sidelined for the match
with a foot injury. Maxlne JOhn JOhn-sen
sen JOhn-sen of Boyd Bros, had games of
158, 156 and 211 for a very nice
525 to lead the winners while
Jean Hume led th Lounge team
wlth;451.
Salon Alex came right back as
strong as last week and again
won all three points. This week
at the expense of the falling PAA
Flyers. Eva stinson back after a
week's absence rolled high for
the Salon Team hitting 422. Ann
Simrak was the only Flyer to hit
over 400, Ann had 474.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Team
Abernathy .
Mt. Dew .
P. Cigarettes
Boyd Bros. .
No Mi Diga L.,
Chevy Buick
PAA Flyers .
Salon Alex .
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13 11
13 11
10 14
10 14
9 15
8 16
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894
933
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907
919
908
892
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HS
2585
2839
2538
2549
2602
2607
2544
2424
NEW YORK (UP)- The New
York Giants signed 37-year eld
Hank Saner Tuesday as a plach-
hitter and spare outfielder.
Sauer, who was the National
League's most valuable player In
1953, knocked in 75 runs and hit
.290 for the St Louis Cardinals
this year but was given his un
conditional release at the close of
the seasen.

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

Shofner Fakes For Baylor
As Preacher Throws Book

By HARRY GRAYSON
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (NEA) -Gabbing
with members of the Tex Texas
as Texas delegation on fer the Oklahoma
parade at Notre Dame, you Quick
ly got -the idea that the game of
the day was being played at night
in wacc
The ignited combatants were, of
course, unbeaten Baylor and Tex Texas
as Texas A. and M., the latter fresh
from shading supposedly invinci-
Die Texas Christian,
Listening to the lads from the
oil and cattle country, you also
gathered that the most under-pub:
licized good college team in the
country was Baylor, this made all
the more unusual because the
Bears had appeared on b 0 1 h
cossts.
De Witt Weaver, the Texas Tech
coach, called this the best Baylor
team ne had ever seen.
With Texa's Christian coming up
next, Baylor will be a big wheel
in the Southwest Conference and
national picture for the' next few
days.
The Baylor people confidently
expected to trim Texas A. and M.
"AH the Aggies have on us is
momentum," they said, "and we
have considerable of that our
selves after four straight and a
two-week rest."
Baylor is deep, swift and stud studded
ded studded with stickout individuals.
"Coach Sam Boyd employs two
units ab6ut equally, sometimes a
third," reports George Wright, ca casually.
sually. casually. '.'About 35 boys play.
"We are especially well jfixed at
fullback, where Charley Dupre,
brother of the Baltimore Colt, Is
backed up by Reuben Saage and
the latter by Larry Hickman, a
six-foot-two, 210 pound sopho sophomore."
more." sophomore." HAVING COVERED HIGH HIGH-PRESSURE
PRESSURE HIGH-PRESSURE football for years,
Wright, now of the Baytow front
office, doesn't excite easily. He on only
ly only wants to stress the tremendous
versatility and worth of a pair of
Bears Del Shofner and Bill
Glass,, the latter a six-foot five,
230-pound guard.

KNOCK 'EM DOWN...N0. 4

Number Of Steps Differs,
But Slow Start Is For All

Fourth of 12 written for NEA
Service and The Panama
Amer'can
By PETE TREYBIG
(1956 Southwest All-Events
champion and holder of 205
high season average In Hous Houston
ton Houston Trie League).
Should a bowler take three,
four or five steps in approach-
"f
the foul line?
take four.
I started with three in 1947,
switched to four a year later,
after experimenting and finding
that four medium steps gave me
a smoother style than three long
ones. The number of steps Is up
to the individual bowler.
My suggestion is that you give
the three ways a fair trial, pref
erably at the start of your ten-
pin career, select the way tnat
comes naturally the one that
pays off in scores.
The mam tning is to coordi
nate feet and arms.
T rfn this hast with four stens.
Don't let this influence you. To
ny Sparando of Rego Park, N.Y.,
won tne American powiins con congress
gress congress title with three and Dick
Weber of St. Louis helped wrap
up the national doubles with
five.
Start with a fairly slow step
and accelerate gradually and
Pvcnlv a. von mnvr- forward
keeping eyes glued on the pins
or spot on tne auey you want to
hit. Don't run. Be rhythmic,
graceful.
End your footwork with a
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK (UP)-Eric Guerin,
who is sitting out a 15-day suspen suspension,
sion, suspension, plans to resume riding daily
when the Tropical Park meeting
opens in Florida on Nov. 28.
BOSTON (UP)-The Boston Red
Sox announced Tuesday that they
will not renew Coach Mickey
Owen's contract for the 1957 sea season.
son. season. They explained they intend to
carry four instead of five coaches
next year.
ST. LOUIS (UP)-The, St. Louis
Cardinals revested Tuesday that
they will not operate their Roch
ester International League fran franchise
chise franchise next year. Gepflrsl Manger
Frank Lane said the Rochester
team had lost money for several
years although it was consistently
in the first division.

Halfback Shofner was supposed
to be the glamour boy of Texas
footbail last fall, but was curtail'
ed by injuries, and along came
Texas Christian's Jim Swink to
further hog the headlines.
"Shofner is so formidable that
he is used as a decoy, which is
the greatest compliment anyone
can pay a football player," points
out Wright. "As a f 1 a n k e r, he
takes two defenders out with him,
which is the equivalent of Bis
knocking them down."
Built like an end at six-three and
185, young Shofner will pick up 10
pounds for the professional next
autumn.
He's bona fide 9.8 man,' havmg
anchored the winning 880 team' in
the Texas, Kansas and Drake Re Relays.
lays. Relays. Imagine a lad with that lick
running wide, bucking the line,
catching passes, running back
kicks, punting and being the most
accomplished deep defensive back
in his area.

GLASS IS AS ADAPTABLE as a
lineman as Shofner is as a
back. Baptist Bill lettered as a
regular at center as a sophomore,
tackle as a junior and is now the
standout forward in his section as
a guard.
"He is taster than some of our
backs," testified Wright.
"He wrecked the California
ground game, was the lead hoss
in Baylor's up-the-middle attack.
?e had a field day against Texas
ech, but saved his best shots for
the next two tougher foes. He li
terally baptized the Maryland and
Arkansas forwards, forcing those
teams to make most of t h e i r
yardage on the fullback slant out
side tackle."
George SaOer, who coached
Glass In his first two campaigns,
furnished the neatest description
of the Corpus Christi Colossus.
"Bill is a ministerial student,"
says Athletic Director Sauer, "but
the boys who oppose him in the
middle of the line find Mm any any-yvn
yvn any-yvn Ivtt sentle and forgiving."
Del Shofner, you see, sets it up,
and the preacher throws the book
at the other side.
NO SECRET ( oorditfation
helueen feet apd arm' is the
reason for Petr freifbig's
championship footwork. It ia
a must for any good score.
slide releasing the hall without
stepping across the foul line.
NEXT: Dick Weber on timing.
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Football Schedule

y United Press
(Heme Team Listed First)
x oanetos night game
rkiiy, Nov. 1
x Alabama St. Vi. Savannah St.
Boston Col. vi. Villanova
X.Bridgeport vs. N. Britain St.
x-Chattaaoosa vs. Tampa
x-Ithaca vs. Lock Haven St.
X Mexico Poly VI. L. Angeles St.
x-Miami. Fla. vs. Florida St.
x-Neb. Wes. vs. Doane
x-Superior St vs. Northland
Saturday, Nov. 1
Adams St: vs. East'n N. Mex.
A, P. Academy vs. Colorado St.
Alabama vs. Georgia (1)
Albion Vs. Hope
Albright v. Leb. Val.
x-Alfred v. Amer. Inter'l
Allegheny vs. Thiel
Amherst vs. Tufts
x-Ariaona St. vs. San Diego St.
x-Arizona va. W. Texas St.
Army vs. Colgate
x-Ashland vs. Bluff ton
x-Augustana, S. D. vs. North Da Dakota
kota Dakota Baid.-Wallace vs. Ohio Wesleyan
Bates vs. Bowdoin
Benedict vs. Allen
Beth.-Cookman vs. Grambhpg
f2)
Bluefield St. vs. Shaw
Boston vs. Holy Cross
Bowling Green vs. Miami, 0.
Bradley vs. Win. Jewel
Brigham Young vs. New Mexico
. Bucknell vs. Buffalo
Buena Vista vs. Luther
x-Calif. Aggies vs. San Fran. St.
x-Caiil. Poly "j. San Diego Mar.
x-Calif. ftate vs. Btoomsburg
California vs. Oregon
Capital vs. Marietta
Carroll vs. Wheaton
Central Mich. vs. East n Mich.
x-Chadron St. vs. Hastings
Cincinnati vs. Detroit
Citadel ms. Presbyterian
Clark vs. Xavier (LA)
Clemson vs. Vi. Toch
Cot vs. Monmouth
Colo. vs. Colo. West'n
Colo. Mines vs. Idaho Stat
Colorado vs. Oklahoma
Columbia vs. Cornell
Concordia, 111. vs. Lakeland
Cortland St. vs. I. Strondaburg
Davidson vs. Richmond
Delaware vs, Bainbridge NTC
Dickinson vs. Lycoming
Drexel Tech vs. Western Md.
Duke vs. Georgia Tech
x-Duluth Branch vs. Hamline
Earlham vs; Wilmington
East'n Ken'y St. vs. Tenn. Tech.
Edinboro St. vs. Case tech

Kiitaheth civ vs. J. C. Sni

Emporia St. vs. St. Benedic

l-Evansvilte vs. Indiana ai.
Ferris Inst. vs. Alma
Fisk vs. Lane
Florence St. vs. Troy St,
Florida A&M vs. No. Caro. AA-T
Florida Vs. Auburn
Ft. Valley St. vs. Morris Brown
m
Frank, k Marsh, vs. Carnegie
Tech
x-Fresno St. vs. Idaho
Furman vs. So. Caro.
Gettysburg vs. Scranton
Grlnnitt vs. Knox
Grove City vs. Juniata
Gust. Adolp. vs. Concordia Mb.
Himjitoa vs, Xenyon
Hampton Inst. vs. Howard U.
Harvard, vs. Pennsylvania
MaVetford vs. Ursinus
x-HlHsdale vs. Adrian
Hiritn vs. Bethany, W. Va.
Howard. Payne vs. McMurray
x-Humboldt St. vs. Chico St.
Til. Nnr'f vs. West. 111. St.

Wesleyan vs. Elmhurst

ina si. vs. wesiminsier

na vs. Maraueue
Stalp vs. Drake

Iowa vs. Mich.
Jackson vs. Tex. $outher
John Carroll vs. West.. Res.
Kansas St vs. Kansas
)Kent St. vs. Toledo
KiagV Point vs. Army B
Knoxville vs. Morehouse
Lake Forest vs. Aogustana, III.
LaVerne vs. L. Beach St.
Lawrence vs. Cornell Col.,
Lewis & Clark ys. Whitman
x-Unfield vs. Col. Idaho
x-Louisiafta St. vs. Mississippi
Li. Tech vs. SE Louisiana

k -Louisville vs. Dayton
Maine vs. Colby
Maryland Vt. Kentucky
x Memphis St. vs. Arkansas St.
x-Miami, Fla. vs. Florida St.
Michigan St. vs. Wisconsin
Mich. TW .. vs. BemidJi St.
Middfebury vs, Norwich
Mid. Tenn. St. vs. Murray St.
Miles vs. Tuskegee Inst.
Millersvilfe vs. W. Chaster St.
Milwaukee St. vs. Beloit
Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh
x-Miss. Ind. vs. Kentucky, St.
x-Miss. Southern vs. Ab. Christian
Miss. Voc. vs. Phil Smith
Montana vs. Montana St.
Morehead St. vs. West'n Ken y
St.
Morgan St. vs. Va. Union
Mount Union vs. Heildelberg
Muhlenberg vs. Hofstra
Navy vs. Notre Danie (4)
Nebraska vs. Missouri
Nevada vs. Sacramento St.
New Hampshire vs. Conn't
N. Mex. Western vs. Flagstaff
St.
North Cen '1 vs. Millikin
Northeastern vs. Brandeis
Northern 111. vs. East'n in.
N. Texas St. vs. Trinity, Tex.
Northwestern .vs. Ohio State
OberHn vs. Akron
Ohio Northern vs. Denison
x-Olivet vs. Kalamazoo
Omaha vs. Wayne U.

xOregpn Col. Ed. vs. Oregon Tech

Oregon St. vs. Washington (S)
Otterbein vs. Muskingum
x Pepperdine vs. Santa Barbara
Pomona-Clare vs. Whittier
x-Portland St. vs. Pacific U.
Prairie View vs. Texaa Col.
-Princeton vs. Brown
Purdue vs. Illinois
Redlands vs. Occidental
Rensselaer vs. Worcest. Tech.
Rica vs. Utah
Ripon vs. Carleton
x River Fall! vs. Mankatt St.
Rochester vs. Wesleyan
Rutgers vs. Lafayette
St. Lawrence vs. Hobart
St. Norbert vs. Plattovttfe
St. Paul's Ply vs. Lincoln, Pa,
x-San Jose St. vs. Denver
Sew'anee vs. Centra
Shlppensburg vs. Kutztown St.
Simpson vs. Warburg
Slippery Rock vs. Clarion St.
x-So. Caro. St. vs. No. Carolo Col

So. Dakota St. vs. Morningside
South Dakota vs. Iowa Teachers

S'western Tenn. vs. Howard Col.
x-SW Texas St. vs. Lamar Tech
Springfield vs. Rhode Island
S. F. Austin vs. Sul Ross St.
Stetson vs. Carson-Newman
Swarthmore vs. Johns Hopkins
Syracuse vs. Penn State
Temple vs. Lehigh
Tenn. State vs. Southern IL
Tennessee, vs. No. Carolma
x-Texas AAU vs. Arkansas
Tex. christian vs. Baylor
Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma A&M
Texas vs. So. Meth.
x-Tex. West'n vs. Hardin-Simntoni
Trinity, Conn. vs. Coast Guard
Tulane vs. Miss. State
Tulsa vs. Col. Pacific
Union NY vs. Williams
UCLA vs. Stinford
Upsala vs. Moravian f
Utah State vs. Wyoming
Valparaiso vs. Butner
Vermont vs. Massachusetts
V.M.I, vs. Wm. k Mary ()
Virginia vs. Vanderbilt
Wabash vs. Wash. & Lee
Wagner vs, Susquehanna
Wake Forest vs. No. Caro. St.
Wash. St. vs. So. Cal
Wash., Mo., vs. So. Ill'
Waynesburg vs. Findlay
West'n Mich. vs. Ohio U
x-West. Wash. vs. East'n Wash.
W. Va. St. vs. G. Wash.
Whitworth vs Pacific Luth
Wichita vs. Houston
Wiley vs. Langston
Wilkes vl. Penn. Military
Willamette vs. Puget Sound
Winston-Salem vs. St. Aug us us-rine's
rine's us-rine's Wooster vs. Wittenberg
Xavier, 0.ys. Colo. A&M
Yale vs. Dartmouth
x-Youngstown vs. Marshall
(1) at Birmingham, Ala.
(2) at Tampa, Fla.
(3) at Columbus, Ga.
(4) at Baltimore, Md.
(5 at Portland, Ore.
() at Lynchburg, Va.

Irish Sophomores Didn't Used
To Be Kicked Around Like This

HARDLY GENTLE Bill Glass

is a ministerial student, but boys
who oppose the six-foot-five, 230 230-pound
pound 230-pound Baylor guard find the
Corpus Christi -21-year-old any anything
thing anything but forgiving. He's tough
in middle.
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Fighting Mini'

Of Illinois Aptly

Named Team
By ED SAINSBURY

CHAMPAIGN, 111. (UP)-On the
land whirr his football team now
performs with such valour, there

Once roved a tribe of Indians.

They were toe mini, a name

which means '"brave men."
And he thinks no football team

ever wis named more appropri

ately than the "flghtlhi 'fflfhf of

Illinois.

He's the unite ptegs coach of
the week, Ray Eliot, that old mas master
ter master of the .upset, whose latest tri

umph was a '20-13 deflation of the

nations number one team, micm micm-san
san micm-san State.
VI gratified ,but you ought to
ha v another award for mv bOrs."

he said, "Becauie they sere-safe

the play Of 4fte week. They dM

a marvelous job the nnesi
we"v ke all season."-
Eliot; has! had, far more powerful
teams-than the t-urreht one which

hat lost two BitnTen; conference

uamos-ana nas onw aione-snoi

chance for tha?titfc-iid-'-i rifr to

the fleae Mi mm $ m
Realistically. Ke- sa vs. It' -Would

be foalish even rat' W lub

as a ,leJBmr'';ln:CDllpc.pUy
"OBe' eame- doesn't make sea

son," he declared. "We've lost to
two fine teams, Ohio- State and
Minnesota, and we also1 were de defeated
feated defeated outside the conference by
Washington. We'll be thankful
from now on for anything Wt can

get.' We're far from a seasonea
teaim All we -have isyonngsters
just willing to get out ther and

play their hearts out.

Spo

Briefs

fstabllshed 1893

Highland

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Moore, world light heavyweight
champion, satf tediy he- fanned
tiv Mintlnue training at hit nearby

to tiper offor wt heavy wetgnt
titi. hnnf with Flovd Patterson

Nov. 30 at Chicago Stadium.

vvw YORK- UP The Inter

national BoXUlg UUD nas an-

nou. nced that tickets tor the uec.
12 Ray Robinson Gene Fullmer
worM middlfWiight;botit at Madi.
son. Square Garden will go on sale
at the arena Nov. 12 and. will be
scaled from $4 W S30.
CLEVELAND- UF)TJh Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians annpupejed today they
will raise thiir box, eat prices
from 2.25 to .M and reserved

seats from .fl.W to .11.75 for. the

1957 season, uenerai aamission
($1-251 ind bftachir seati tf.66)
remairt the same.
t os ANGELES fUPV Non-

playing Captain Billy Talbert and
four members of the United States
Davis Cup team will leave by
plane today for Australia and the
inter-zone final against. India at
Perfli, Dec. 1446;
WASHINGTON rtTPv Prom

now on you can start calling the
Washington baseball club' the
"Senators." in rle th4 i. vou've

been calhne i them the "Nationals"

all. along.

Club President Calvin Griffith
officially chani -aha. team's nick

name Tuesday from ithe "Nation

als" to. thi SeBMort."

MACOOMALD ft MUIB UMITSA WMillen. UHh, tH

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Lahy jMidji&:d always' -fcse,
ft ol so bad it wasn't news,
But mW' fc'm wsally my Jiack,
1 need another John. Lojack!"

-(Sua way Ahimm Bui ittm )
SOUTH' tEND. iBd. (NEA)

"Pm atuck-here in the hospital,"!
the guy ?on the' Cnioago end of thej

pttone tan am.r
"Bat What's the matter with

Njre'Dam??Wey at least could;

nave scorea one oucimhwii:
It seemed rifiht for Jut Demp

sey ti.isk it. Dcnipsey, the Ameri-

qan legend, wammg to xpow a-

bont footbali ;team Which long
age beeajme the property of more

Mian,' the- university it represents."
This, was-Attftithe 40-0 defeat, by J
Oirlaiioma an everybody in the,
coatKfy s-eeW to be asking the"

sarde thing.
The housewife In Schenectady,

N Y., wondered when was the Iastj
tithe a Notre Dame team had 87

points Scored on it in two weeks,
as did Michigan State and Oklahoma.

Miire coming up and a high school
star entering school.
Three years ago, the-supply of
quick and hard-hitting Notre
Dame youngsters slowed.
Fatha : Albert Kehren. whose
parish is at Muskegon Heights,
iiah.. was talking about this.
"I brought Dennis, Mendyk here
three years ago," he was saying.
"But they had no room for him.
He had the marks, but they
couldn't do anything for him."

Mendyk helped run up that big

Michigan State score against
NotreDame this season.

Thia --and other stories like it-

would seem to pose a question.

Is Notre Tame deliberately cut cut-ling
ling cut-ling the tempo of its football
program?

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yii iu no mpuiury. ine
last peacetime beating the Irish

Normj(I)yT when a bunch of kids
ffnin' tn a rnlloffa, tin a a anmn (nnl

bill games, it is an intrusion upon
their status ns students to study
the reasons for it ag if they were
a group of professionals. Rut this
ii-Notre Dame and it is different.

And when you leek over the

foolbill situation here, ybo come
up- with a fact, on which every

body from Terry Bpennan down
seems to agree that it will be two
years, at least, before liny sweep sweeping
ing sweeping improvement is shown.

This is not a Notre Dame team
that will "jell," as the cliche Eoes,

next Week or the week after.

This is,; instead, a slow movine

team which lost four of its first

five, figures to lota at least two

more ana gives ine aisunct im

pression of being an outfit that

will have -to struggle for. at least

two seasons to come.

Brcnnah, the 28-year-old coach.

points to injuries and sophomores
as- the big reasons fdr this year's
flop the wo"rst Notre Danie show showing
ing showing nce the short, balding, clip-pea-talking
Knute Rockne took ov

er the scnool s football and turned
it Into e large hunk of Americana.
That was nearly 40 years ago.

Tm playing sophomores on top

of sophomores," Brennan says. "I
beiieve they'll be all right. But
it won't happen tomorrow."

Injuries hurt badly. They left

young Brennan's team a slow and

many, times weak-looking group
which cannot serve as a show case
for the ouarterbick. Paul Horn-

ung, the original mutel e-man-

witii-talenl.

Sophomores replaced injured sen
iors and against Oklahoma they
were flattened on four of the first
five plays and the Sooners ren renin
in renin a way that took any starry-eyed
idea of an upset out of them.
But the usual Irish sophomore
never seemed to he knocked a a-roi
roi a-roi id like that, "Usual" at Notre
Dame always has meant the best.
LrkeeJohnny Lujaqk, a yearling,
running' 1943's national champions.
Or : the nine freshmen in the 1951

defeaive platoon (rrosb were eli eligible
gible eligible then) and headed by Sami
Palumbo and Jack Lee.
Notre Dame always had the!

players, except lor war years.
Even in, 1950, a year in which they
hxl a 4-4:l record under Frank
Leahy, the Irish were being beat beaten
en beaten "by three, poiota, two points
or. a touchdown here or there. No

body got 40 points on them,
Whit. then, is wrong with this'

year's squad? Looking for the an
s -.7er you don't start with a green green-shirted
shirted green-shirted kid on the ground while
an Cnemy back rumbles past. You
start with the school, tts policies
and coach

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morrow tomorrow at the Santo pomingo
Sports Club of Panama. Match
time will' be 10 a.m. In the sets,
which Is being played in con conjunction
junction conjunction with the national holi
day.
The first match will pit an
all-star team from the Panama
League against the Latin Amer
ican siuaenns irom AiorooK Air
Force Base; and the second en engagement
gagement engagement will have another all all-star
star all-star team from the Panama
League opposing the champions
of the Santa Cruz League.
Coast Guard
Rescues 33
Off German Ship
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) A
Coast Guard cutter which rescued
the, crew of .33 of a sinking Ger German
man German frclghief stood by the dere derelict
lict derelict vessel today off the Newfound Newfoundland
land Newfoundland coast.
, iMs
The cutter Chincoteague rescued
32 crewmen and a woman radio
operator from the Battere Helga
Bolten Tuesday afternoon after
ploughing through heavy seas to
reach tho, dU trained ghip
Cmdr. Raymond G. Miller of
Norfolk, Va., captain of the cutter, i
radioed Coast Guard headquarters
here that all survivors of the
freighter "are recovering com-i
fortably."

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Singer Road Roadster
ster Roadster in perfect condition, new
solid rubber flooring and new
orlon upholstery and top. Motor
recently tuned up Price $795.
Phone Dr. Winstead, Balboa
6444 or 6360.
FOR SALI:I956 Hillman Cali Cali-fornian
fornian Cali-fornian with whitewall tires, like
new. Call BaL 2-2506 after 4
p.m. Call anytime Sat. t Sun.
SELLING: 1953 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Station Wagon Model 2119.
Excellent condition with 4 new
whitewall tubeless rites. Panama
3-0340 of 3-1928.
T
FOR SALE: 1950 Bulck Road-master-Riviera,
good tires, radio,
lots of extret, excellent trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2913,
House 1541-B", Mango Street.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
convertible, radio, good tires,
under-coated, heater, leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, excellent condition,
$400 down and balance can be
financed. Call Curundu 4272
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: TtSM Ford V-8
Tudor Cuttomline, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone Balboa 2-2928.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victo Victoria
ria Victoria two-door sedan wnaw bat battery,
tery, battery, well painted, $600. Call
33-4142 Curundu, C.Z., from 5
p.m. on.

Ike, Dulles To Blame For Mid-East

Situation And
hit teYenfon chajged today
that President Eisenhower and
Seeretarv nt tu B..,..
s- : l OTwi
J UVM.V. UUlfU
Dulles "bear a heaw twaiui
ty for the Middle Eastern rriclc
He accused the Eisenhower ad-
ministration of ;'just plain deceit"
in domestic policies and added:
"The oolitic, of mk7T";.
finn h..
;r::";r "' ""u inour
iciJtn uuuey. 100.
'Onlv a short, tim.
good news from Suez. I wonder
if he really didn't know how bad
toe situation was in the Middle
East or if he did know and de decided
cided decided the American; people
shouldn't know.
"Unhappily, the vaccilatlons, the
uncertainties, appeasements and
provocations of the Eisenhower Eisenhower-Dulles'
Dulles' Eisenhower-Dulles' DOlicv bear a ha ,...
...... mvw.j 1 cnuvil-
sibihty for the crisis in the Middle
1 asi.
On the domestic front, Wteven Wteven-son
son Wteven-son charged, measure have been
passed by Congress over Republi-
Bombers
(Continued front Pat 1)
fore the Suez Canal crisis broke
last July.
These units were pulled back
to guard the Canal, but recently
had been reported shifted back
again to the Israeli front.
Egypt's best equipment In Includes
cludes Includes British Centurion heavy
tanks, and Soviet-built Josef
Stalin III tanks.
The Israeli army has Inflict Inflicted
ed Inflicted rnoren than 1200 casualties
on the Egyptians since the
start of the four-day-old In Invasion
vasion Invasion of the Sinai Desert, a
highly-placed Israel source
said today. I
A military spokesman said an
enemy convoy was attacked near
the center of the Sinai Penin Peninsula
sula Peninsula this morning and "some
losses" inflicted. He said two
Egyptian divisions 20,000 to
30,000 men were in action.
He also reported a "number of
commando actions" in the Gaza
strip in which he said two Is Israeli
raeli Israeli citizens were killed.
Other Israeli sources admlt admlt-ed
ed admlt-ed the Egyptian army, equip equipped
ped equipped with late type Soviet ar armor,
mor, armor, was proving a "tough op opponent."
ponent." opponent." But the sources said
British and French built
planes were provlnr more than
a match for the Soviet-made
Jets.
Israeli sources claimed two
more Egyptian jet fighters shot
uuwn yesieraay. Dunging Israeli

claims to a total of nine. One WASHINGTON Nov. 1 (UP)
was a Soviet-built Mig-17, a type A" Air Force genera, attributes
hitherto unknown to be in E- the death of the pilot of the rec-
gyptlar- hands, they .said. "rd-breaking X2 rocket plane on
The hlnh Israeli source said al,ure to ,mPse speed limit on
at. leaat. t.wn full PVvnHan rttvl.inim.

at least two full Egyptian divi-
slonrhadTeenU1
t i ii.. ir. ii ?
ii nci in nie ouiai uesert. tie
said the Israelis were heavily
u. ..
outnumoerea in most of tne
clashes.
The smirr. said innn tTtrvntiane
. - " ...... c.Hm
were killed, wounded or captur
ed in tne actual desert fighting
and another 200 captured a a-board
board a-board a destroyer.
Reports from Haifa said the
147.)-ton Ibrahalm El Aval sur surrendered
rendered surrendered after joint counterac counteraction
tion counteraction by Israeli naval and air
units.
The destroyer, reported badly
battered, was towed Into Haifa
by tug yesterday.

clLaNcOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinic.
Day Night service. Opposite
Chase Bank. Phone 2-3479 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. rOR SALE
Miscellaneous
AMATEURS, ATTENTION: A
complete set of Beam Antennas
for tale, cheap, including Balun
Coils and 72 Ohm Coax.; con consisting
sisting consisting of one Four Element Ten
Meter; one Three Element Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen Meter and one Four Ele Element
ment Element Twenty Meter Beam All in
good condition. 26 10-A Cocoli
or Balboa 2-1571.
FOR SALE: Piano upright, fair
condition, with bench. House
712-D, Balboa. Phone 2-1294.
FOR SALE: Hallicrafter TV sat
21 -inch, plastic ease, no scratch scratches,
es, scratches, perfect playing condition 100
dollars or best offer. Call Al Alfa
fa Alfa rook 7 144,. 7:00 to 3:00, 5208
after.
FOR SALE: 140 Penn fishing
reel with 500 yards 30-cerd Una.
Phone 3-2726.
FOR SALE: Mehogany desk,
typewriter stand, matching stool,
new condition. Reasonable. Call
Curundu 4272 after J p.m.
FOR SALE: Remington auto autoloading
loading autoloading 12-gauge shotgun with
polly clock, new, $80. Bex 794,
Balboa.
Deceit, Says Adlai
by President Eisenrower as Re
Dublican reomniih J.
' .mrT-T'T.""' ....
urn uiigiH can tnt me no it

.lTtt' 1nr!&W ?MqS1ffternoon with 59 p

W murit call it .uRffplaiB de
ceit
He said the nation still dho.
, ,-tf.r.: iiuu
AZTJ'rtZ.y

i::r.r" "lw wmr. naffer list lor Cristobal fo owsr

8,Bon policy.
ID piiimiI. i
ImmmZ'ZZL
In Miinritt.- u
clared that WTOn ae"
'"1 uf Jly considers-
nhiip-I ioT I -a ZZ? P'.ritu?l
hnnSr:: in."
7,-"", w aui,J,UI1 ins "iwOTty of
'Let's look where we stanH tn.
day. Egypt is hostile, Israel dis-
lllusioned and svlWantw, a. f.
f -"fcj wounabe,
in a few month tk. n
yuuiuiuuisM nave acamred
bridgehead in the Middle East
which the czars sought for
iuwcb. rre nave sput r the first
time with our oldest, strongest al-
lies Britain and France
"In its conduct in the Middle
East, the Eisenhower-Dulles ad-
ministration has been consistent in
one respect only it has not told
us me trutn,"
Peron A Memory
In Argentina Now
BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 1 (TJPJ-
ie Provisional Areentina anA-
The provisional Argentine govern-
ment has erased the last traces of
Peron regime's propaganda md
icuMjiMup macmne.
n. decree, sienerl hv P,...,.;,ii
! i .ti Arambur" Publish-
ea yesterday, dissolved the presl-
. a--"j name i
served ?. t wtt f h 1 c n
la r an '"strument to con-
fufa6uue iue
Government of ousted Dictator
Juan u. Peron.
tiai nrf0e.Cr.ee P!ace(! ? Presiden-
tial press secretary under the
retary-general of tile presidency,
It also transferrer nuenrin ji-
wkSL. r.i --"I"''"
tribution to the minister of com-
rdanf.nH k the1?1,IclaI Pr'n"ng
- """- juuiuai ana
srpn use tn lh. mh,.i... c :,
rior.
-....... luc uiiuisici mi line-
Test Pilot's Death
Blamed On Lack
Of Speed Limit
O Apt plunged to
h doath Qnnt 97 u hi. ..b-:t
. uv,,. ui
n,n.1l lllk.H.Ml. V -1 -H-Mk-
capsule when the X2 crashed after
settinar a world sneed record of
2,100 miles an hour. It was the 32-
i j :in. f. i ni.Lt i i.i
uiu yuvi s msi lugni, Ul inei
test plane.
Brig. Gen. J. Stanley Holtoner,
uuiiiiuniiuci ui uic lugnt icsi, ceil
ter at Edwards Air Force Base in
California where the X2 was
based, said in an official Air
Force report I hat "every super supervisory
visory supervisory guy from me down has
criticized himself because if we
had told this boy to stop at a spe specific
cific specific speed, this wouldn't have
happened," Holtoner said.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION, 6. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
small apartment or room. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful residential section. 43rd
Street, No. 13.
FOR RENT: Apartment, II
Cangrejo, Alberto Navarro St.
For information Phono 3-1912.
FOR RENT: Comfortable small
apartment with garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, across from Hotel Pana Panama
ma Panama in "Mercedes Building." Al Also
so Also available office space. Please
inquire at Fete Halcon (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, furnished one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage. Call 3-0445, 3-1899.
FOR RENT: Apartment. 13th
Street No. 21, San Francisco.
FOR RINT: At "La Create," in
new building, modern 2-bed-room
apartment. Living room,
dining room, kitchen, laundry
room, maid's room, 2 bathrooms,
garage, hot water installation.
Apply to 5th Street No. 12, La
Cretta.
FOR RENT: i Small furnished
apartment, military inspected.
Via Porrat 99 Phone 3-2068,
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, G.I. inspected; fur furnished
nished furnished $80. unfurnished $70.
Jose do Fabrega Avev No. 16.
t Hi ;
Panama Line
Sailing
n raiwiSS UU1
The Panama liner Panama is
k4ia tv a v,o &.
eer?for Cristobal. Thlrtv.th
... n.m
au-riiijix. naiLi
T complete advance nasaen
neoroe P. Armstrong Ml.
..." .-
e enmay Asmey; Miss Amelia
fluuara m. coieman ana 3 cnu-
areti Mr- and Mrs. L. 8. Com-
mon; Miss Teresa Cook: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Deerwester; Miss
Oeraldlne Dl piano; Arthur M
Doenecke; Henry E. Dumas;
Mrs. Margaret M. Plnnejtan; Mr
and Mti. Benjamin Greenbef-
B'er; M1"8- Adriana Hernandez;
Mr. and Mrs t n m ismert- Mr
, : ----,
and Mrs. .Tama R Inhnstnn
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Kellv
Andrew Kozar; Mr; and Mrs. Ar-
cen-n1""1 Lindau; Mr. and Mrs. Jo
pcwi """C15. Antnony u.
Lynn-
Mrs- Ethel 01 McHenry; Mrs.
Laura J- Nelsn; Mr. and Mrs.
Louls Pkrebon; Mr. and Mrs. G.
KelloBS Rose Jr-; DT- Wind Mrs.
RoDert RuPP and son; Mr. and
Mrs. jacooo solas; Mr. and Mrs.
Natnan sennou; Reuben Seia Seia-man:
man: Seia-man: Mr. and Mr Marlon v.
Taake and 2 children: Mr. and
Mrs. u. reiesio ai Torino; Enn-
co Teleslo di Toritto; Plero Te-
leslo dl Toritto: and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry M. Tovar.
Till t r LtV.it?
- -"jg"
I'll TiL-a T
sets vtsxs cu
I t omnnxi at... unv u
u vji iuv. I i r vms
cow radio said today that the Hun
sarian revolution orovd an "over
wnelmin8 majority" of the people
of Hungary want to maintain close
ties wun itussia.
Desmte the rehel lon u,.
cj.n en hnm and dn,mi.tinns
of communism by rebel leaders,
. HA. Li-iH ii'
announced:
mv..
me uverwneiming majority ot
the population stands for the con-
solidation and the development of
me popular democracy. lor stronc
1 ... ... ,J
rnenasnin with a Snria st coiin
tries and
first of all with the
U.S.S.R."
East Germans
Announce Arrest
Of 72 Anri-Rfvk
BERLIN Nov i firp ir..t
GeVmant tod.v' ,7. ,.,
S t of 7? .yt?rm.S.t. ta
an ef ort lo nreve Hri.l
?" f 1? prevent ,n HuMan-
ifr revD't-
Stl
Germans were western smes
Thl j the term lwa:
use to describe anti-Communists.
,.
I 13 IS Lilt- F 1.1 f V SIWUVSl
The "vests were believed de-
ciffned tn rnnnd-im notent.ial lead-
I
ers of a resistance movement and
nip in the bud any. revolt plans
What, No Pogo?
ATHENS, Ga. Nov. 1 (UP)
The Athens exchange Club held
e straw vote for president at its
regular weekly meeting here
yesterday. The results: Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower 24, Stevenson l,E I v i s
Presley 1.

ftSKMS-

FT

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile pest Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
EACHSIOI vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with ail conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
you.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
-
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1B77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Position Offered
POSITIONS OFFERED for 5 Army
Service Club aisistant directors,
temporary, on Atlantic and Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side, women, preferably tin tingle,
gle, tingle, United States citisen. Pref Preference
erence Preference given to applicants with
education and experience in re recreation.
creation. recreation. Apply Staff Service
Club Director, Phone Clayton
5203.
WANTED: Experienced Span Spanish
ish Spanish English stenographer-typist.
Permanent employment. ELGA
DISTRIBUIDORA ELECTRICA,
S A.
Large U.S. manufacturer opening
tales office in Panama City needs
a Stenographerclerk. Require Requirement!:
ment!: Requirement!: Shorthand, dictaphone,
German translations. Airmail
application to D. F. Pfeiffer, 999
South Broadway, Denver, Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, U.S.A., outlining your work
experience and educational
background. Include your phone
number, address and date when
yeu would be available for work.
State salary requirements. Inter Interviews
views Interviews will be scheduled for No November
vember November 23rd.
Large U.S. manufacturer ooenina
tales office in Panama Girv
export sales correspondents
and an accountantbookkeeper
24-35 years of age, with good
knowledge of English. One salei
correspondent must also know
German. A knowledge of automo automotive
tive automotive and industrial rubber prod products
ucts products would be helpful. Seme en engineering
gineering engineering background preferable.
The accountantboo k k e e p e r
should be capable of handling an
accounting setup including clos closings,
ings, closings, preparation of statements,
profit and1 lots statements and
balance sheets and perform cer certain
tain certain other general office func functions
tions functions Airmail application to D.
F. Pfeiffer. 999 South Broadway.
Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., out outlining
lining outlining your work experience and
educational background. Include
your phone number, address and
date when you would be avail available
able available for work. State salary re requirements.
quirements. requirements. Interviews will be
scheduled fot November 23 rd.
-
New Books
Thi torv nf on fvnpHifinn
--- r msA vajivuvivi
which rediscovered the fabulous
nignway system of the Incas is
told In "Highway of tho Sun,"
one Of the hooka nlneed in elr-
culation this week by the Canal
e,one i,iprary.
The expedition, whlrh took the
better nart Of two venr nnd the
combined efforts pf eight explor explorers
ers explorers and archaeologists and nu numerous
merous numerous native assistants, was
led by Victor Wolfgang von Ha Ha-gen,
gen, Ha-gen, who tells the whole story in
the present book.
The complete list Of new hnnks
announced this week, their titles
ana awnors, follows:
Non-Fiction- fluid, tn
Straight Thinking, chase; Yan-
nces in raraaise, smiui; Oi Law
and Men, Frankfurter; Crust
and the Earth, neolrxrieni anxie
ty of America; Economic Ac
counting, Powelson; Effective
Supervision, Brown; Crowning
Privilege. Graves: At Home A-
broad, Moats; Highway of the
Sun, Von Hagen; The Search for
Oaptaln Slocum, Teller; and
Roosevelt, Burns.
Fiction- The Round xxan Al.
chinger; Eagle on the Sun,' -vis;
Pemmlcan, Fisher; Gently
bv the Shore Hunter- Th. Liv
ing Lotus, Mannin; Beyond the
T-1 1 axadLL m
oibck otump, worway; cargo Oi
Brides, Rucker; Let My Name
Stand Fair, Seifert; and The Vi Vicarious
carious Vicarious Years, Van Druten.
Added to the Spanish Collec
tion Pequefto Larousse, Aug
La Knciclopedla Universal Herd Herder,
er, Herder, Aug; La Fuente, Alemany y
Bolufer; Sinonlmos Castellanos,
Barcla; Gramatlca de la Lengua
casteuana, Beuo; mrorme Sobre
el Atomo, Dean; La Maravillosa
VIda de las plantas, France; La
Maravillosa Vida de kw Anima-
les. Franc; Azucena, Braeme;
Esclavo del Destlno, Buchan; Al
tar Mayor, Esplna; Dos Olldados,
Gludice; Desiree, sellnko; and
Estrella de la Tarde, Wast.

FOR SALE

Boats & Motors
USED BOAT, motor and trailer.
Make offer We buy, tell Md
,tradd fee the new Thunderbird
fiber glass boot on display. The
!!NATHY SPORTING
GOODS, across side street Hotel
tl Panama. Phone 3-0264.
FOR SALE:-1950 L-hOed Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln engine Overhauled end in
A-l condition, ready te run.
Suitable for beat Installation.
Phone Albrook 86-3101.
FOR SALE: Duracraft 14-ft.
aluminum flat bottom cartop
ly 100 lbs. $225. 7'2-hp! 1956
Evinrude motor $200. Minn Minn-Kete
Kete Minn-Kete silent electric trailer $45.
Panama 3-0340 or 3-I92B.
LESSONS
COUPLE DANCE CLUB at El
rJIT' r ptnntt of
Cot.ll,on Club members to bring
parentt up-to-date on the latest
ballroom dances. Telephone Lie Lie-na
na Lie-na Soars, .M0, for inform.-'
fion.
Heb Wanted
WANTED: Thoroughly experi experienced
enced experienced housekeeper-eook-laim-dress
for American couple Apply
N- i Avinil
d 10. LaCresta. Phone 3-01 10.
Negro Spirited

Is Feared Dead By Officials
ftrrr r-v . r

ZeZZZ "Am
ly a slim hor." r"8. ?
Saturday" nigM befort he
peared. The clothes found ?S.
miles frm IJluAiJ
.iSi. '"-
- urc amur mgnway pa-
trol said bloodstains on the back
lhat "in,dlcate heavy blow
ucau.
Sheriff m. H Bowman, who in-
slsted eaner that Woods might be
aflve nnd : i ,?
A,! ii ui lear, saia
.d,Sovery,?f the clolhes
mure uxeiy is
I-.
Wit C.lihea. wer s?nt t.? Was.h"
uisu Dasis to De

IWJ $L mAS-ASA re for

"fic,,la W1I jomea tne inves-
ligation Tuesday, also cut out a
f Bl agents, who joined the inves
?f-,the mattress from
, j VWI,
Slamp Tradino
Gels Approval
Of Commerce Dept.
uiicmuennv xt m,
The Commerce Department ad-
vised retairers today that trading
ut vuiiiuici i.n a irr na i i sis aarts art.
promotional tool" and under fav-
oraoie conditions can increase
sales and profit,,
oui u saia tnev rannot h a
"panacea or crutch for ineffl-
clent merchandising." It warned
that under some drcumstances
the stamps may drive prices up
and cost stores their competitive
position,

ouuer issued a statement say-
The department's business and mg Nlxon. 'seems to be more con con-doi.nc.
doi.nc. con-doi.nc. i. Cerned with hi i:.:..

Mwi raiura auiuuusiiaiiun is-
suea a special ouuetin on trading
stamps, now a multi-million dollar
businefss. Trade experts estimate
some 40 million families now col-
lect the stamps.

deliberately exposed them to se se-Two
Two se-Two other government studies vere punishment."
are under way. The federal trade Butler referred to a postcard he
commission is investigating to see aid Nixon had written and that

u use oi me siamps yioiaies ami-
trust or anti-monopoly laws, the
Agrictulure Department is check-
lng to see if they may contribute
to higher food prices.
The Commerce Department took
no Stand on whether use of the
sials R.. .v."
iiieiciy UCM.-HUWI now me pian
works gave figures it has avail-
uie "u picscuicu aisuiiiciiiB wi
.m
Tradin stamns. it said, have
become "an important factor in
merchandising'' and retailers, es-
peciauy sraauer ones uperaung on
limited capital, should study the
plans carefully before rushing into
them.
,
ii I u I
Hanky Haul
T.Tim -i-.i.. xt-.. i Tn
-Customs agents here figured to-
day they had cauaod somebody
$80,000 worth Of sniffles, mat was
the value they placed on a
load of contraband handkerchiefs
they confiscated at the local air-
port

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
3 bedrooms, exceptional position,
I Street, El Cangrejo (first
street te the right, entering by
Trana Isthmian Highway, 8th
chalet left hand). CaH 2-2718.
Carlos Julio Quijano or 3-0798.

FOR RENT: Elegant mansion,
facing Hotel Ef Panama: Spa Spa-cious
cious Spa-cious garden, double garage, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, terrace,
etc. Unfurnished $200 including
gardener. Phone 3-1716, Dr.
Burgos.
FOR RENT: Smell furnished
chalet $75. 48th Street N. 25,
Bella Vista. Available Nov. 1st.
Phone 3-2349, 3-1933
FOR RENT: Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom chalet in Sao 1
Francisco. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT:- Furnished chalet t
2 bedrooms, living room, maid's
302575PO,Ch' T',ph,"
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Campo' Al.gr..
Nicely furnish.d room with .x .x-dhnf
dhnf .x-dhnf meals, one or two per per-ens.
ens. per-ens. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
couple without children. L Street
Ne. 3, facing Legialative Palace
from Jailcell
dug uo ren..
- ftW. residents about a.V'"
nZ S, &S" mobi
,TkS. ?ranied f Seaboard Park
svwn, one of thre kJII
3iu! "
.
.Aock was thrown through the
w'nd"w one home. An automo.
uiuve Slow v Dat the i,.
f e Negro high sdll principal
ast Thursday night and occupants
throu, liki.j wtupams
" -svcu urecracKers in the
K ard- A. Negro higb school
" as snot in the le with a
-- viuuna Hue oaiuraay nieht
UXl WW ?way from
""1' 'w reu DriCK la aftor hi.
" 6,:ulJ' ta"ng, "rieuo. babv" tn
aVttractive wite school teacher
Pohce Chief Ed Mullis revealed
. ume mar wnnri t
woL38 any remark to the
aeidevet4ilked bi to me.M MulHs
said, "trying to act lik- T k;-
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is Asking Workers
T EI!..m
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bemoe1 "JRB
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lof by,l camP igmng for the GOP
f L"1 cha"i Post cards
an telephone calls.
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, wim upnoiding the
law
. e demanded that the vice pres-
lm tell the public and'particu.
Iar'y federal worker "hu i..
"" m;cii sent to ledera emnlov
es 'by the hundreds of thousands i
He siid the postcads called on
tho workers "to violate federal
law oy participating in a chain
PvuH-arri ma telephone call elee
tioneerins device on hehair ni
RepuMican Party
Civil Service Commission
raonoay warned federal emolove
subject to the Hatch Act Zt inv
response to any appeals from
poimcai sources" taging them to
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in T.
rrurner: would
you hke to help win this dec-
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clKv?$ ? stey. November
D. 2.i I 11 vote for President Flu.
wer and the Republican ticket,
lJJYJy th.f e3cact;text of this

""u " w nve oi my
plane-l'enos over my own signature,
and give them a follow-up phone
election eve. Best wishesl
Dick Nixon."



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4 Know War Done

And End Retreat

ROXAS, Philippines, Nov. 1
(TTPiTTonr .Tananese World war

II stragglers were airlifted to

day orr a mountain wp wnore
they have been hiding for 11

years.

Toyokichi Nakagawa, first sec secretary
retary secretary of the Japanese embassy
In Manila, finally convinced
them the war Is over and they
are free 'to return to Japan.
Earlier attempts to reach the
former soldiers by helicopter
failed because of the rough ter terrain
rain terrain ani high altitude.

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3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Meat The Chamo
4:30 Ufa with Father
1:00 Kiddle Kemer
5:M Topper
:M Pnoram News
(Simulcast)
7:00 Loretta Young' 1MI-55
7:30 Oxxle Harriet
8:00 Comedy Hour l-ll-U
1:00 Foreign Intrigue
:30 Maaouerade Party 1-13-M
11:00 News
10:00 Goodyear TV 1-1-56
11:05 Encore: Bob Hope.

The R0

Nov. 1, ltM k

THUBSDAY,

3:00 Armed Force Hour
4:00 Jo Stafford
i U 1W Martin

4:30 Frankie Una

Paul Wlnchell
Panorama Hoar

(Simulcast)

7:00 Meat Millie
T'tn Truth Or Conteauenceb

3:00 Climax
1:00 Star Stage
8:30 Two for The Money
10:00 Bob Hope
110 New
11 M Playwrights Hour

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A C Big Favorite To Whip CHS Tonight

t

ALYTION ARMY Lt. Pansy Campbell Is shown above conducting the nursery school operat operatic
ic operatic bv th Salvation Army at La Boca, especially as a center for mothers to place their chil children
dren children whUe working. The Salvation Army, as pointed out fn the accompanying article, Is one
iof the 14 Red Feather organisations which abate contributions made to the Canal Zone Com-
munlty Chest.
.
Special Gifts Give Impetus
lo Community Chest Drive

the dose nf the third day of

t:t..ti ,,,, t,,vrln. fho ("anal

paarnttiurn jtfvwwBj
on Community Chest Campaign

Office in the Credit Union Budding

at -Balboa reported mat comriDu

k received naa jumpcu m

cent of the overall goal

ike uiMan increase in t hi

-

centage yesterday came as

ttull OT rive aaamonai jp-

Gifts" from bustnta nrmi
, tht Initial report from the

i fAi.nr; tnr veiuma-

ry Giving which orhntrllf a.

counted tor rna rm iw
f $1111 already on hand.

The latest "Special Gifts" were
Sccived from Compsma Petrole Petrole-Califernia,
Califernia, Petrole-Califernia, Ltd., $50; .Standard

Fruit aiid Steamship Company,
$25; Auto Service Company, Inc.,
$100; Ututed Fruit Company, $50;
Uaatniv Ponvnonv P:irihhean $7.

.Joining the Community C h est
r.nn.im nnmnillM in pynress-

ing: appreciation yessejday for the

encouraging support using ictciv
AA f h. Kitmmnnilg hnth 11

hilars and in widespread panel panellation,
lation, panellation, were the leaders of the 14

I Weather Or Not!

This weather report, for the 24
heart ending 8 a.m., today, it pre prepared
pared prepared by tht Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:

TfMfERATURIi

High
tow
HUMIDITY:

High

BALBOA CRISTOBAL

High

WIND:
(e7
RAW

nph) ..
(inches)

WATtt TIM.:
(inner harbori )

82 M
72 75
98 91
66 71
$18 SWf4
.06 .52
. '":,
II 82
o

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2

HIGH

a.m.
o.m.

LOW
9:20 a.m.
9:37 p.m.

Kent organiiatlons w h i c h where nwessary, especially to
the funds contributed to tberffrrge families sometime in need of

"single paefcage" drive conducted

by the Chest.
Among these was Sr.. Major
Deborah Rico, sectional officer
of the Salvation Army.
Established on the Isthmus for
more than 50 year, the Salva Salvation
tion Salvation Army is a religious and cha charitable
ritable charitable organization, non-sectarian
in its social sorvicot.
Local services performed by the
Salvation Armv include character-

building activities for young peo

ple, nome leagues ior wumen oi
all aaes emergency relief, care of

the blind, and distribution of

Christmas baskets.
, ,Tn 11. a Cnal 7nne the Salvation

.11 lilt Ull.l UVMV ... MM ---r-.
Army maintains buildings at Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, La Boca, Paraiso and Rain-

dow city ana conaucis regular ac-
tivitiec whieh include four Home

Leagues where women' from the

age ot to up are laugru emm
care, home running; home build building
ing building and the operation of thrift
clubs.
Two Nursery Schools are oper operated'
ated' operated' for pre school age children
whose mothers are working.
Emergency relief is provided

where necessary, especially to

1 Rliaiiaa,

FELIX B. MADURO, President
of Felix B. Maduro Inc., has
returned to Panama from a
visit to the States where he
was on vacation. Mr. and Mrs.
Felix B. Maduro arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon by plane.

I

PRICES: .75 .40

-TODAY-

1:00,1:50, 4:55,7:00,9:15 p.m.

H mmVatVx I BK$BK' -11 BHPPt y 'ZsnHaallaallaali
aaAl iJ III If'iiH al Ikhk. 1 jUfl
IllBHOWANI JUNCTIONIal

M-G-M filmed the famed best-seller in modern
Petan in COLOR and CINEMASCOPE;

RABDNEB STFWiRtP.BAWCER ii.. trb:

Last year mora than 800 noedy
families rereiven' Hre relieJ

from the Salvation Army which'

conducts Its program of amelio amelioration
ration amelioration of the sufferings of the
less fortunate irrespective of co color,
lor, color, race or creed.
At Christmas last vear fond nar

eels were distributed and dinners

served to 3500 people and 800 chil children
dren children were entertained, a m n n a

them a large quantity of toys be

ing uisiriDiuca.

"Service That Never Pea

aptly describes the work of the
o -1 I .. . a.

on i v a mm -rt inv wnnse ynnrn i ir-

ficer is Capt. Lorraine Rhodes

wno came to the canal Zone in

June of this year. Lt. Pansy Gamp

Den nas cnarge oi the work, in

cluding Nursery .School at T.a Rn.

ca, assisted by Lt. Leila Kelley.

l!,nvov am Mrs MM v h a v.

charge of the work at Paraiso and
Envov Gill is in charup at Rain.

bow city, Including the Nursery

acnooi mere.

A Dartial list of the solicitor rn.

gaged in this year's camnaisn fal

lows:

Enaineerino and Canatt-iwlian

Bureau M. F Millar NeUnn V.

VVise, Vy. H. Essllnger, E. H. Ne-

vme, jr., uoya Bienman, hy. A.
Enaelke. V. Biava V. C Mefant

H. H. Tabert, G. Gramlich, G. .T

Askew, W. Dunn, E. Elliot, L. A.
Cooper, J B. Martinei, R. A.
Richards. A. B Games I. G

Small, A. Pena, B. Ramsey, H.

uanay, n. r. Hoigerson, Noel H.
Hawkins, D. R. Kimsey, W. L.

Brooks.

T. J Wilber, P; R. Furr, R. H.
Graham, H. F. Hughes. L. R. Beil.

W. E Benny, H. F Paddock, Lee

itoaman, t, Burke, L. J. Nelson,
C. R. Newhard, F. H. Thompson,
V. W. Maitland, T. M. Sasso, A.
E. Jamison, Ray Caldwell, W. E.
Wood, C E. Pretz, Carl E Hair,
L. E. Dedeaux, O. C. Gulp, F. S.
Haurtbach, George A. WilU, N.
M. Ellch, H. D. Spencer, C. L.
Philpotts, Winston V. Bell, D. G.
Jolly, A. A. Hall, Wlnfield Ford,
R. H. LLyd, Ernesto Pomare,
V. G. St. Louis, Rex M. Sealey, A.
Batista, C. G. Callander, C. S.
Babb, W. E. Riley, G. P May May-nard,
nard, May-nard, Lee R. Gittens, J. M. Wat Watson,
son, Watson, S. A. Hammond, H. T. Car Carpenter,
penter, Carpenter, J. A. Hoverson, G. S.
Fowles, H. M. DeSouza, J. J. Ste Stephens,
phens, Stephens, V B. Smith. G. H. B u r r-dick,
dick, r-dick, A. W. Davis, J. G. Haky, Ja Ja-van
van Ja-van Smith, H. Bradfield, D. S.
Leach, E. E. Faris, D. Benny, E.
Brown, E. Wright, Winter Hope.
M. J. Banton, Nita B. Hartman
and J. J. Morris.

Any Doy'll Do
CLEVELAND, Nov. 1 (UP) -Robert
(Trieeerl Moriaritv told

police who arrested him on an

armed rjbbery charge he plannet
to hold up a bank next Saturday.
Reminded the hank isn't, nnen Sat.

urdays. Mortality replied, "Welf,
1 would have made it some other

oay.'

American Lands
On South Pole;
First in World

WARREN, R.l, Nov. 1 (UP)
An American landed by plane at
the South Pole early ioda, the

nrst person in the world to do so,

according to a radio report rear reared
ed reared here.

Word Of the historic landing hv

near Admiral George Dufek was

received nere by a ham radio o
porator. Newton Krans

He received the shortwave radio

message shortly before dawn from

uie u.s. oase at McMurdo Sound

in Antarctica.

Dufek SDent 45 minnroc at th

exact bottom Of the world

The admiral. cnmmanHnrnf

Task Force 43, flew the 500 miles

irom McMurdo to the Pole in a
Navy. R-4-D Skie-oninned n 1 a n

The radio messase did not av iii

many otners were aboard.

only two exploring parties pre previously
viously previously have reached the South
Polo both wero afoot. The first
was led by Roald Amundsen, tho
Norwegian explorer, who reached
tho Polo Doc. 14, 1911. Tho sec second
ond second was loo) by Capt. Robert F.
Scott of England.
ScOtt died in trvinff tn return In

his coastal base.

Manv cxDlorers hava flmim

the Pole but Dufek was th AWf i

- " w. .wu
land trere. m

Dufek flew hack tn MxHnrl.

SOUnd after his record hrootinn

flight.

Ho has been operational com commander
mander commander of tho American expedi expedition
tion expedition taking part In tho interna international
tional international geophysical year program
to solve the mysteries of tho An Antarctic.
tarctic. Antarctic. His boss technically Is
Adton, doan of America's An Antarctic
tarctic Antarctic explorers.

tm Americans in the south ?ot

'Read story or paqe 8

MB"

AN INDEPENDENT cMfe J.MLY Mat:' i

Manama Amaican
'Let th people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Linv

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1956

JM-weeBgH
FfYitr

PVT9

Little League

Boys 11 Girls 8

Eleven bovs and eio-ht. rirt

. y -c

wcro nnrn in uoreas Hnsnita

during the week ending at mid-

uhs"i munuay, accoramg to tne
regular hospital report. During
the same nerinri Ian noHni.

were admitted and 191 discharged.

The names and addresses nf

the prents of the boy babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. E. Gall of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. H.
Inamura of Fort Clayton; Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Poplin of Cu Cu-rundu;
rundu; Cu-rundu; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sel Sel-man,
man, Sel-man, of Paraiso; Sfc and Mrs.
W. E. Harrison of fort Kohhe-

Sfc and Mrs. Emil Menk of Fort

uiayion; Mr. and Mrs. E. Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, of Panama filfcv Mr

and Mrs. Hopton Simms of Pan Panama
ama Panama City; Sfc and Mrs. A. S.
Johnson of Fort Sulick: Ensign
and Mrs. W. C. Kennev of Far Far-fan;
fan; Far-fan; and Mr. and Mrs. K. L.
Lelevier of Panama City.

uin cables were bom to the
following: Mr. and Mrs r. v.

Walsh of Balboa; Mr. and Mr3.
A. N. Dorvllle of Gam boa SP-2

and Mrs. D. C. Ackerman nf F.-irt.

Koboe; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gas Gas-kin
kin Gas-kin of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
E. F. Johnson of Paraiso; Mr.

ar region have been plannin, for ama; .Mr. and Mrs: B. Servino

7"",;." "P D" "e ex- of Priso; and Capt. and Mrs.

ov, wvuuij a uic, i: w I finnpr nf eTVirt r'lttTTfnn

Scholarship Funds Pass $500 Mark;

Donations Range From 25c Upwa
.01 Ko ma... u : ... ...

Over 1500 has now been received
by the Latin American Scholarship
Committee for the fund to be used

tor educational assistance fnr orarl

uaies oi tne canal Zone's Latin A

merican sehoo s

The fund was started last Time

and the first scholarship will be

iven during me coming year.
In addition to rnisina funtc fnr

scholarshiD.s the Cnfnmittee is

so assisting members of the Latin

American communities in their
contacts with colleges and univer universities
sities universities in the United States fnr hnth

admission and scholarship help.
Three young Canal Zonians are

now in school m the United States
through this help.

Although tho Committee has not
conducted any4 all-out drive to
raise fund for tho scholarship,
a spokesman for tho group Indi Indicated
cated Indicated that contributions may bo
made to tho Treasurer of tho La Latin
tin Latin American Scholarship Com-

Ms

Atlantic Side Council Candidates

Crislobal-Hargarita

Elffht. PnuniMlmnn anri fntie 1.

ea--- emu ,SVUt cat-
ternates are to be elected for the
Cristobal-MaEearita rivic rm

in eleetiohs which take place next

luesaay.

Polls will be established in the

commissaries and service centers

oi dots Margarita and Cristobal,

witn voting houri from 8 a.m. un

til a p.m.

Much interest is helnff rtisnlav.

ed in the Civic Council etecTinna

in the Canal Zone this year since

an out one or. tne communities are
holding elections on the same date

as lite- U.S. elections in the Un ion

states.

Sixteen candidates have keen

nominated fnr the nnsts An th

Cristobal Margarita Council. The

eignt counciimen will be elected
for two-year terms and alternates

win serve for one year. There are

Voters In Gatun go to the polls
Thursday and Friday to elect ten
members Of the Civic Council tn

serve two years Four alternates

are to De cnosen. There are 20
candidates for the council post.
Voting for the Gatun Civic Coun Council
cil Council mambers will be held from
8:30 a.m. until 7:30 n.m. on both

days. There is only one polling

piace wnicn win oe in tne lobby
of the Gatun Service Center.

Next Tuesday is election day in

me uanai z&ne for all other com
munities wit', the adoption of uni
form rules for electing Civic Conn

cil members. However, a change

m me uaiun council by laws
could not be made in time to hold
elections this vear at the same

time with other towns.

Candidates nominated fnr fiatnn

uvic Council members are: Mrs

eioht nf the rnimV.ii memk... .i,LVlv,c ouncu members are: Mrs.
X rCr.CrUtnmb whoftud" Agee, Mrs. Patricia Bai-

The candidates for the election

Tuesday are:
Paul E. Ackerman, H. T. Car Carpenter,.
penter,. Carpenter,. W. R. Dixon, Mrs. Louise
E. Griffon. K. T. Harner. .1 T.

Hickey, W.- W. Huffman, G. J.

Marceau, u t. Mctmenny, F. J.
McLeaon, Mrs. Dorothy Meehan,
J. M. Purvis. Jr.. V. C Reed V

D. Ridge, T. L. Sellers, and Mrs.

Louise M. Sugar.

Mrs. Cadegan Dies

In Friend s Home

Mrs. Fern .Tuni Cadeoan Hied

suddenly at the home of a friend
in Balboa at a -in n'eWir We,ine..

day afternoon. She was 65 years

oia.

Mrs. Cadetfan was a civilian em

ploye of the U.S. Navy at Rodman
and resided at Cocoli with her
husband William Cadegan. She

has been a resident of the Tsth.

IH mna since 1011

Christian Science Hf e m n r I

services will be held Sunday Nov
4 at 4-30 n.m in fh Jewish Wei

fare Board in Balboa. The family

nas reauesietl that nn flowers

Isent.

Gatun

lev. Frank Barsoll'inn K r

Blount. Mrs. Mae Cihsnn John

KlasOvsky, Mrs Carl Nix, J. A.

fiaisance, R. T. Ray, Carl Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, Mrs. Mary N. Sanders, T.
W. Sels, J. W. Shobe. A. A. Shore

B. S. Slaughter. Mrs. Marv SDarl-

ing. Mrs. Dorothv Therint Rohert

T. Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, and James Weiselogel.

There are ten members of the

Gatun Council who are not tin fnr

election this year and wllf serve

tor anotner year. The hold over
members are Mrs. Maude Law

rence. George Radel. Mrs. Sue

Scheidegg, Mrs. Margaret Coate,

Mrs. Helen Rushma. G. G. Fort.

ner, George Scheibe, Ted Bailey
and Mrs. Margaret Stanley.

Run On Maps

WASHINGTON Nnv 1 The

Middle East crisis touched off a

rush for mans in the Pentagon

today. Military officers secretar-

i les ana cierKs were lined ud out

side the Army Map Service's of office
fice office to get Mid-Eastern maps. Be Because
cause Because nf the cuHHon demand tke

be I Map Service was rationing them,

one to a customer.

3 Americans Awarded 56 Nobel Physics Prize

Briton, Russian Share Prize For Chemistry

A'

STOCKHOLM. Nov. 1 fUP

Three Americans were today

jointly awarded the 1856 Nobel

pnystcs prize for their invention
and development of the point con

tact transistor.
They are Dr. Walter Brittain of

Murray Hill, fl.J.; professor John
Bardeen. Chamriaien. 111., and Dr.

William Shockley, Mountain View,

cam.

The Roval Swedish Aeademv of

Sciences, at a meetine this after.

noon, decided to split the 38,633

aonars prize equally between them
for their contribution to the inven invention
tion invention of Ute transistor, considered
of great importance to the radio
and te'ephone industries.
C 'srd r"-rcher ore's sor
Cyril Norman Hinshelwood and
!

MOSCOW University irient il

professor Nikolai Nikolaoivch
Semenov also wore jointly a a-warded
warded a-warded the 1S Nobel rrire for
chemistry.
Academy said Hinshelwood X0

and Semenov, 60, had been award awarded
ed awarded one half each of the 200,i22.r2
kroner ($38,633.74) "for their re.
searches into the mechanism of

cnemicai reactions.
Semenov is the first Soviet citi
zen ever to receive the Nobel
chemistry prize, established by
Swedish dynamite millionaire Al Alfred
fred Alfred Nobel.
Both Semenov and Henshelwood,
are c h e m i s it s of international
fame.
Both- have carried out long and
arduous research in the field U

reaction kinetics Wnrkins inrle

pendently of each other, they
have achieved result of fundamen fundamental
tal fundamental importance to pure chemistry
and to all branches of chemical in industry,
dustry, industry, where it is essential to
find conditions for the best way
to produce a material.
According to Swedish chemistry
experts, the two prize winners
have shown and elaborated the
importance of chain reactions in
which products are intermediate intermediately
ly intermediately formed, making a continuation
of the process possible.
Working on the same problem
the elucidation of the occurrence

of chatrtTercttOTf and then--miner-

tance in connection with the explo explosion
sion explosion phenomenon Hinshelwood
and Semenov have made discover discoveries
ies discoveries which supplement each other.

College Aptitude
Tests Will Be Held

At Balbca High
A series of aDtitude and a-

chlevement tests required by

many colleges in the United
States hefore matriculation has

been announced by the Balboa

nign scnooi for senior students
intending to enter college next
fall.

More than 150 colleges and
universities in the United States

require certain College Board
teste, and students have been
requested to check with high
school officials to determine
what tests they may be required

to taice.
The cnlleae hnnrii hnnlrief. nf

Information is now available in

the office of H.J. Zierten, assis assistant,
tant, assistant, nrineinal nf Rnlhna hiffh

school, and students may consult

mis oooKiec ior miormation required.

All aptitude and achievement
tests will be held at Balboa high
school, and candidates will be
remiireH tn have a ticket nf ad.

mission issued by the Education

al 1-esnng service.
The followinor schedule nf tests

has been announced

Dec. 1. Scholastic ant.it.ude

and achievement tests. Registra

tion closes Nov. 10 and Jan. 12,

scnoiastic aptitude test only.
Registration closes Dec. 15. Feb.
16, Scholastic aptitude test on

ly. Registration closes Jan. 26.
March 16, Scholastic aptitude
and achievement, teats. Recular

registration closes Feb. 23. May

is, scnoiastic aptitude and a a-chievement
chievement a-chievement tests. Regular regis registration
tration registration closes April 27.

1,000 (raftsmen

Employed By (anal
Get Hourly Raise

Pay increases for approximately

1, wu employes 01 the Canal orga
nization in the craft and supervi

!ory suogroup whose rates of pay
are based on those in Naval snip snip-yards
yards snip-yards of the United States will be

come enective Nov. 4, it was an announced
nounced announced at the Personnel Bureau.
Tho pay increases- will range
from 3 to 12 cents an hour at a
result of tho semi-annual review
and or" stment of pay rates for
Wete Board employes. The ov overage
erage overage increase in tho basic
crofts will bo 5 cents an hour.
In addition, it was announced
that the night differential rates
will be increased from 18 to 19
cents an hour fm alt Wave RnarH

employes.

The Panama Canal rates of pay
for Wage Board employes are
based on those in nine Naval ship shipyard
yard shipyard areas located in various sec sections
tions sections of the United States. These

rates are reviewed in Mav and

October of each year and the Ca Canal
nal Canal rates arc adjusted according accordingly.
ly. accordingly. Similar raises for employes of
the armed services were announc
ed yesterday by Caribbean Command:

80x1144 i-Tbo. nW' (Sylvia McDonald, $1; Halden Cock-
Donations have '-been received bun?''S; Terry Butler, $ir- Anony.
and not hitherto acknowl edged Cflfnd
from the following: Miss Emily i Total contributions received to
Butcher. $5: A. L B M r! y dale ?522.?5.

Miss Carmen nwlrtnc c-

' 7, wv, jniaa

jane Hoicomb, 5; tS. S. Josephs

i; L00g3 St. Charles, $10; William

jump, 3; Mrs. Sylvia Stoute, $2;
Dubois Andrews. $1: Aurllev Weh'.

stery $1; Anonymous, $1:

Mrs. Sylvia Grant, 1; Miss E-
laine F.llintt tl Do Tinnk..' M

dy, $10; Irl 227 American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Teachers, $50; C. L.

Barton, $5; Mrs. Dorothy Haywood,
$1: Basil Oapwell 9- Mn I uliK.

. r UUIJILQ
McFarquhar, $1; Miss Bertha Hyl-

ion, a cents; miss Uaisy Stohe, $1;
Miss Ruth Miller, 50 cents; Miss
Maiziee Headfev. $1: Gilhert Rnr.

rows $1; Miss Una Prendereast,
$1; Miss Daphne Watkis, $1.

jonn uecKies, 51; Miss V i 1 m a
Best. $1: Mrs. Vere McTnH 1

Mrs. Margaret Eastmond, $1; Ken' Ken'-neth
neth Ken'-neth Joseph, $1; Hamilton La vales,
$1: Clement Phillins 4i Ukm-i.e

1 " r"--- T- 1 -aev
Heywood, $1; Miss Pearline Car-

Boyd, Six Others,

On Panama UN Team

NY-Bound Nov. 12

President Ernesto de Ja Guardit
yesterday named the Panama del delegation
egation delegation to the next United-Nations
General Assembly sessions; which
will begin Nov 12.
The delegation will be Welded by
Foreign Minister Alberto' ioyd.
Roberto de la Guardia wi1' be
permanent delegate to the UN a a-long
long a-long with Ernesto de la Ossa as
alternate. Other members of the
delegation are Dr. Ernesto Zubie Zubie-ta,
ta, Zubie-ta, newsman George Westerman,
and Dr. Eduardo Ritter Aislan.

ici, vraiter uiivcr, ao; ranama iM"""-1 mciiucA uuaiuio
Agencies Company, $25; Miss Ru- 88 etteraate.
by Thompson, $1. Humberto Calamari has b ec n
Alfonso G rpavps $1 Mice 1T!loi., n.iirVAH arfvisr nf t.hf dtlftSalirtn.

nnra T.unth tO- CnhmitL HaTnui All tutll Aeii-Wr K oanlr Af onvAtf

$1; Mrs. Gladys Mauge, fl; Miss 'extraordinary and pleaipotentiary.

Scrap Scrape
CLEVELAND, Nov. 1 (UP)
Robert E. Crawford never lets le le-gal
gal le-gal proceedings stand in the urav

of business. Vesterdavcchenled

to present ttr defense in his tmtjfll

ior grocery roonery ne was ar arrested
rested arrested for hauling three tons of

material from a transit system
to sell a scrap.

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