The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENDENT,
DAILY NEWSPAPcK
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is aae" ibraham Lincoln.
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World War III British Radio Calls On Nasser eden stalls

A CLOSE-UP VIEW Jn all respects of the Pan ama Railroad wasnnade this week by Gov. W.
E Potter shown above in the left foreground, on one of the railroad "speeders." Others, left
to riant are B I. Everson, Transportation and Terminals Director; James A, Dorsey, Road-master-
Otis Ramey, track foreman at the co ntrols of the speeder, and E. N. Stokes, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Railroad Division, The trip by the Governor was one for the envy of any
vounaete who ever looked and longed for a ride on one of the gasoline-powered, open:air
I .needers It began at the Freight Yard in Panama City and covered every Installation of
; the Railroad Division. Stops were made at all stations for an inspection of the buildings
and eaulDroent. and the: Governor had the opportunity during the trip to talk with main maintenance
tenance maintenance workers on the job. The trip was planned to give Potter, as President of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company, a complete and thorough knowledge of the, railroad and its plant, as
will as tiie operating problems from the men who know them in their day-to-day work.

? Observes

Independence
Day Tomorrow

Panama City will don its best
clothes tomorrow as the Repub Republic
lic Republic observes the 53rd anniversary
of its independence from Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. Tomorrow wtll also be ob observed
served observed as a holiday in the Canal
Zone, on many Americans at
well as residents of the Latin
American towns will join the
festivities.
Tri-color bunting and flags
could be, seen all over the city.
Tonight and every night until
Monday, barks and show win windows
dows windows will remain brightly light lighted
ed lighted until dawn.
A "dynamic Independence
Day parade, organized bflhe
Panama Lions Club, is sched-
uled to get under way at 9
p.m., following the salute to
the flag by student delega delegations
tions delegations at Independence (Cathe (Cathedral)
dral) (Cathedral) Plata and a Te Deum in
the Metropolitan Cathedra
The parade will begin nearthe

Bella vista Theater

nana and follow a

Central.Avenue up

New Blood Bank Deal Stirred;
Now, Its More a Family Thing

A rhanop in the ofan for admin

istering the blood banks at Gor-

gas and Coco solo Hospitals unaer
which employes in the Canal orga organization
nization organization will volunteer through

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tneu respective .unns was au-

nounced yesterday at Balboa
Heights.
Under the new plan Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government employes will ba
enrolled a donor within thair
own divisions and will ba called
upon to donate blood to replen replenish
ish replenish the blood bank's Supplies as
a rule when bleed ha been used
to treat a fellow-employee of the
same division or a dependent of
a fellow-employe.
fh fnrmpr scheme had reais-

treri donors called bv Red CfOSS

volunteer workers from a general

list covering me enure racmv

Side, when the oiooa osnic naa

New Rank-le

HOTXYWOOT) Nfnv 5 rtlP

Actor Cesar William Jr., 29. who

Works as a movie extra, cot

trouble last nieht when he

r oif Via JEs- acting too seriously.
WXf? "ested by
to Santa Ana fr impersonating an Army
tenant colonel.

into
took
lieu-

to be resupplied. This is the pro procedure
cedure procedure followed in cities in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, but experience prov proved
ed proved that it does not work sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently well here to insure the adequa adequacy
cy adequacy of the community's blood sup supply.
ply. supply. Confidence that the new ar arrangementunder
rangementunder arrangementunder which employe
will be donating blood for mem members
bers members of their own "family" in the
Company-Government wil? stimu stimulate
late stimulate a more ready response was
expressed Monday at a meeting of

Bureau representatives called to

set up the revised blood bank re

plenishment program.

Dr. Gerald E. Cosgrove, Chief,
Board of Health Laboratory, de

scribed the blood bank shortage

from the viewpoint of his orga organization,
nization, organization, where the storage
matching, and issuing of the
blood per month, he said. Ideal Ideally,
ly, Ideally, this community' blood bank
stock should be 40 pints of blood,
each being replaced by a donat donated
ed donated pint as soon as it is usad to
transfuse an accident victim, or
to a sick or operative patient.
As many as 20 or 25 pints each

of the common O-Positive and A-

Positive types should be included

because of the frequent demand,
while fewer pints need be main main-(Continued
(Continued main-(Continued on Pace ft.

Sidelines Ike
From Campaign

WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (UP)
Pres-.dent Eisenhower put aside
his role of political campaigner
today and concentrated on the
gram task of preventing World
War III.
Mr. Eisenhower delivered his
"final, formal address of this Do

mical campaign "before 18,000
cheerine Reouhliean norti.a

Philadelphia's Convention Hall last

uagut. i
From here en out, the ck!f
executive will leave to the re republican
publican republican organization and n s h
litical lieutenants the chore of
completing hi second term elec election
tion election campaign.
Addressing himself to the grave
crisis in the Middle East, the Pres President
ident President declared:
"I shall continue to take all ac actions
tions actions and decisions in these times,
not as s candidate for office, but
as President of all the United
States."
He pledged to ''practice the
peace that we preach," saying
that "the only wey te win World
War III is to prevent it."
Mr. Eisenhower had planned to
Wind UD his Camniiffn in Rnstnn m

election eve. But that plan was a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned in the wake of the flatt

ing in Egypt. He will, however,
speak briefly op a GOP erection
eve TV program, urging a big turn
out at the polls next Tuesday,

IHouie Unit Gutted,

Fire Cost Unknown

One aoartment in a twn.familv

house at Cocoli was badly gutted

mis morning in a nre wmcn start started
ed started around 10 a.m. The adjacent

quarters suffered only smoke dam damage.
age. damage. Reports of the blaze reaching
Canal Zone headauarters said mat

only a maid and a baby were at
home When the fire broke out. They
were under the house and suffer

ed no injuries.

At midday no official determi-

To Stop Mad Behavior', Submit

ON CEASEFIRE
REQUEST

BEIRUT, Lebanon, Nov. 2 (UP). The British government's offi offi-cial
cial offi-cial broadcasting station on Cyprus today told Egyptians that "our war warships
ships warships will disembark tanks and guns on Egyptian soil."
The broadcast heard here called on Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
Nasser to stop his "mad behavior" and submit lO til Anffln.ar?atnnU .lit

matum to end the fight with Israel, withdraw 10 miles from the Suez
Canal and permit temporary Anglo-French occupation of key sites in
the Canal zone.

located between two hostile

nation had been made a to the
caus of the fire which destroyed
Apt. B in Building 1714, at the
earner of 3rd and Sage Streets.
Fire-rios frnm Cftrnll and Rod

man responded to the alarm.
Fire Chief W. E. Jones and Cap

tain P.F. Graham were at the
tiro

Freedom From Us

Independence Day to-

and one of the

ims you be cele cele-g
g cele-g is freedom from

g the Panama A-

in. We'll be back
-It 2 .

y, but won't be on
reets till mid-morn-

"How con ships doss peacefully rhrouoh n

states? the Arabic lanauaae broadcast nA

Meanwhile a British and French rnlr fa rrm rut nff tLa .4.l I .1

. iiuiiiicui una sournern an-
proacnes to the Suez Canal today to establish unchallenged supremacy of all sea ao-

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Althouah strict military eensorshin urmnnAA u l l -j

force, it war believed that troopship were in it which could launch an immediate as assault
sault assault on Egyptian soil whenever the word to strike was given.

.... mrasion neer nas oeen in position tor two days now. But the order to aet
undsrwav hoe npwur hoon ..A 1

mm IHUBH.

Insttad, British and French jets continued to blast
airfialdi around the Canal and near Cairo. Nine airfield
have now been hit. An allied forces headquarters com com-muniqua
muniqua com-muniqua hat claimed 50 Egyptian aircraft destroyed and
at least 40 others damaged.
Israel announced in Tel Aviv today that her forces
were now in control of virtually the entire Sinai Peninsula
following the capture of the two Red Sea islands' of Tiran
and Senabahir.

And Egyptian

pUtWrwmf-, Wimnfirwfal of nine downed since ynrimSi

day morning, tne Egyptian general headquarters
nouncad.

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communique said Angio-Frencn

forces have carried out 42 air
raids rm Earvnt In the nast. H

hours. It added that the attack

ing DomDers rut naro at tnicK-

iv DODUiatea lowns dui caauai-

ues are not yet Known.

British ana French, oomoers
sank a big fishing ship in the
southern-entrance of the Suez
Canal last night, blocking the
entrance to the waterway, ac according
cording according to the communique.
Cairo crowds cheered Nasser

tumultously as he passed
through the streets to and from

meeting In two days. There was
no indication that Egypt's re-
nnrfcari mlHt.arv mvnriiM hail

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dimmed Nasser's popularity.

A Cairo racuo report saw yes yesterday
terday yesterday th bit "voice of the Ar

abs'' radio transmitters at Abu
Za'Bal, 30 sites south of the ca capital,
pital, capital, were "put out of service"
hv mnmine raid which "caused

other losses.''

rue broadcast also reported
l hat British and French planes
hail fmnruiH hnmhi nn a fartnrv

on the outskirte of Shubra but

causeo no casualties.

a ntgn proportion of 0
hundred or so Egyptian air aircraft
craft aircraft destroyed or damaged
were Sovitt-built Mgs and

there was also a heavy toll of
Ilpushin (also Soviet-built) jet
bombers," according to the Anglo-French
communioue.
"The Egyptian blockshin whih

Was attarkpH hv hh

j ""won iiavai
a lrcraii a p ms t Via m 4M

channel at Lake Tlmsah surviv

ed tne encounter though dam damaged.
aged. damaged. "The shin was fhan

- iiiaiicuv-
erea downstream and positioned

"7"ue on across tne channel.
Vnln Xhc warn novtlsli., vi 1.

lhg K uioca

Egyptian troops holding Ga Gaza
za Gaza surrendered todap and Is Israeli
raeli Israeli troops swept in to grab
command of the road to Port
said, according to an Israeli

wmmumque issued in Jerusa Jerusalem.
lem. Jerusalem. "There have been a large num number
ber number of attacks by Fedayeen com-

mancos in the Negev, who blew

up a number of water pipes the
Israeli spokesman ilfiMoth-

Tivoli Is 50 Years Old, So There II Be...

A Party For Oldtimers,

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1

aeeftr

Oldtimers and cor

newtinlers are collaborat
nlan fnr a nnhlir cCM

which Wili be held Nov. l!

the TOOlitouest House ir

con.

ation wll com-semi-centennial

tel which for half

been a meeting

iple from bath

b of July Avenue
,ny countries ef
weU.

oused its first

a cm this month

when president Theodore Roose

velt visiMd tne istnmus to see
for himself how work was going

on the then enrjbryonic Panama

The R)sevelt .party stayed at
the Tivoli Nov. 5 and 18, ISO,
although the bk hotel was not
then completed and work had
to be rushed to trepare a suite

jui mm 111 ii'B Wuig wiiiui n
4ncludes the iWfRooni.
tell-The Tivoli has fceen a Guest
rrouse for tie maa five vears.
Bat la the daysWhen It was
an open hostlry, It provided
bed and IuufjI fmlminr mat

"-I'-iv-p
and near-rreaf wlo came as

terters te th MlreW la

dition, it was a social center
for the Canal Zone and Pan-

More than one isthmian boy
na met Tsfhmian -1.1 .i.

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oancesand followed through a
cjre of wedding receptions,
cmlstening parties, to engage engagement
ment engagement tnnnunrpmtni n.

....., uatvics MJU
jwMtae; receptions for a second

The anniversa

- -j K "fta mu Will
include a band concert, a dis

play 01 010 registers and other

Newtimer

5 And Termites

historical material In the Guest
House lobby, and a pageant m
the ballroom.
The band concert which win

be given on the wide front porch
Of The old building, will begin at
7:30 p.m. and the pageant at 8
o'clock. Refreshment will be
Served in t.h Hininr, rnnm ...

3- ---w --g Will tl I 111
the Dageant.
The band concert will play
songs popular n programs
given by the Isthmian Canal

Commk

constM

nutnDcfs
familiar

rangew

be used

ision band durlnr the

iction period. All of the

to be piayeo mm be
to old timers. mmW ar-

ents of that day will

The filH reirist.ers onenerf to

such familiar names as Charles
Lindberth. John Barrvmore and

Ana Payolva, will be on display

in giass cases in tne looby. Old
dance nroerams from the Tivoli

uiud, sac otner niscoricai mau-

Hi

rial connected with the Tivoli
will also be shown.
The pageant will dramatise
, outstanding pages in the Trv Trv-ofi's
ofi's Trv-ofi's history and will feature
an original song, soar, "Out
en the Old Front Porch,"
which has been written espe especially
cially especially for the celebration.
Over-all arrangements for the
anniversary celebration are be being
ing being made by a committee head
ed by P. S. Thornton.
Thornton, who was formerly
manager of the Tivoli, is now
general manager of the Service
Center Division.

Othef members of the com com-raKtee
raKtee com-raKtee are: R. K. tyorria, Wil William
liam William Taylor, capt. J. M. Davis,
Omer Malsbury, and Fred De V.
Sin, all retired oldtimers with
the Canal organization; Juan
Bbrmah of Panama; Mrs. C. 8.
McCormack, founder and first
psaakdent of the Isthmian Histo Historical
rical Historical Society; W- H. Crook, Sup Supply
ply Supply and Employe service Direc Director:
tor: Director: X. J. Chase, nresent man

ager ef the Tivoli Guedt House;

W. u Arey, jr., Public informa information
tion information Officer; J. R. Hardy, Chief
of. press and Publications; and

Ike Proclaims

November 11-17

Education Week

The nerioH frnm v,.

17 hHh..7 A-:r"m ov

Mi7mh- m i "? "wu A,nerican
Education Week m a proclama proclama-hon
hon proclama-hon issued by President feisenhow-

Te p??ldent "red parents, ed ed-icatlonal
icatlonal ed-icatlonal Institution during this pe pe-iod
iod pe-iod and stressed the mj t.

w ...u X U 1
OOd SChoala ti liAon 1

trong.

lsh the Gaza mopping up before

ouuaci. mams tne start of the
Jewish Sabbath Then.

word of the 200.000 refugees ap apparently
parently apparently trapped In the area.
'Cristobal' Wen)

Straight To NY,

The Panama liner rriifnK.i

ceeded directlv to Nu vn.i,

Its northbound trip this week. ar.

riving there at 5 o'clock Wednes-

uy aiiernoon, according to a mes message
sage message received from the Panama
Line offices in New York.
The Cristobal was scheduled to
stop in Norfolk, Vs., and then pro proceed
ceed proceed to New York because of a
possible longshorem strike in New
York. The ship did not stop in
Haiti on its trip north.
The message about the change
in the vessel's schedule said an a.

greement had been reached to ev.

tend the present loneshoremen's

contract until midnight, Nov. 15.
There has been nn n t h r

change in the schedule of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Line shins because of the

threatened strike and the S S Pa.

nama was scheduled tn sail frnm

New York for Cristobal at 4 o'clock

LONDON; -Wnv TTm rj.it

ish prime Minister sir Anthony

fiucu wniny reiused despite re repeated
peated repeated opposition pressure to
give an answer on the United
Nations request for a ceasefire
in the Middle East.
Faeed with barbed questions
and persistent heekling from
te Opposition in the House
of Commons, Eden stubbornly
insisted "I must be tfven an
opportunity to study both the
resolution and the speeches
which were made in this (UN)
debate.''
The House of Commons will
hold an extraordinary session
because of the mideast situation
it was announced today.
The Un'ted Nations General
Assembly early today approved
overwhelmingly an American American-sponsored
sponsored American-sponsored resolution demand demanding
ing demanding that Britain, Franee and
Israel stop fighting against
Egypt.
The measure called upon Is Israel
rael Israel to withdraw its troops
promptly from Egyptian soil and
urged Britain and prance to
halt the movement of military
forces and arms into the embat embattled
tled embattled area.
The vote was 65 to 5, with
abstentions. Britain, France, Is Israel,
rael, Israel, Australia and New Zealand
voted against the resolution.

ueigium, canaca, Laos, The

a and South

Is nnlv a

recommendation the gener general
al general assembly, unlike the Se Security
curity Security Council, has no power
to enforce the demand.
Ana both Britain and France

served notice they would reject
the resolution because it "does
not meet the situation."

Britain contended It was forc forced
ed forced to act because the Soviet ve veto
to veto In the Security Council pre prevented
vented prevented other artiion tn halt the

Israeli-Egyptian fighting.

Land-lease Holder

Uriah Gayle Dies

At Chiva Chiva

Uriah Alexander Gayle. 20.

Jamaican holder of a land lease

near Chiva chiva, was pronounc

ed dead today at his residence.
Report of his death was made

by a Gorges doctor who was

caned oerore dawn tnis morn morning
ing morning through the Canal Zone po police.
lice. police. r' JT
Mr. Gayle complained to his
wife last night of pains In his
stomach and cheat, and told her

he thought he was going to die.

An autopsy nas Deen oraerea.

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GOOD CLEAN FUN Bunched around the Go ethals monument are some of the fans too
young to play In the game that caused all those bubbles the Balboa Hiah School-Junior
College- football contest tonight for the wooden "anchor" (which is still missing). Some un unidentified
identified unidentified party suds-up the fountain night before last, and this morning the Sewers ana
Street staff cleaned up the soapy mess. But they didn't arumhle. utd ot

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r:
I woke up this morning at 6 a.m. and turned on my radio
to C"N. ty me lime tne aignoag-on was compietea, along wan
a aroopy uieme song announcing the next two flours' enter entertainment
tainment entertainment as ,-xawn jratroi," it was 6:iw.
Wom ttttn until 6:3U, whn iney re-played yesterday's news,
it was just aoout the saddest excuse lor an early morning
wake-uo Pxogram I ever nearo. .About tour musicai seiecuona
were piayeo, generously spiked y coaimenta Horn tne Prv auc
jockey wno oovlouAty didn't care for it ail either.
Between exhorting us to re-enlist, aave our money, got
educated at Fort Davis, and to be sure to aw good ana impress
tne natives, we were treated to the recorded music wmcn was
oiwayA "popular a low years back "an old lavon," "an oloie
wilt a now arrantamoat, or some such reaasn or Jung that
would now leave the record shops II it waaa't for At KB.
At a.m. a repetitive cue. ta auvice, wtu'rungs, ana safety
complete witn musical trash aren't about to start my
Aav off right. S
i like bright, up-to-date music with as little comment as
possible. I'm not about to re-enlist because tome joner reminds
no of it a naif -ooeen times beiore brealcf asu
Day after day it s tne same, too. I know some of the young
Aics jockeys out at CFN and I know they like tne latest in
good music, too, and it's surely not tneir choice in what they
Titty
Maybe the captain or major or colonel or general can re re-memoer
memoer re-memoer when they were younger without having their olatime
frvorites played over endlessly.
tit's have a real peppy wake-up program. Wake it with
hillbilly, rock and roll, anything but for ail our sakes, make
5 different than now. A Faithful Listener

WHAT'S WRONG WITH ELVIS?
Sir:
X read your edition recently about Elvis Presley. Kindly
tell me what is wrong with him? Why is it that older people
are so against him?
Tell me: it ho ha no talent why was his "Heartbreak Ho Hotel"
tel" Hotel" recording No. 1? Now, "Houn Dog" and "Don't be Cruel."
- A tog, lowdown slob wrote something about sanding us tans
to China. Let him try, no harm-in trying. Ha, ha. Well, if
he is a father of teenagers he should keen his big trap strut.
If he is a teenager, I'm not in New York to do anything about
it But maybe I can try.
Also. Elvis isn't setting any misguided or immature exam

ples anywhere. I come from a perfectly hippy family. I've

a aim in person, nave nis autograpn, tne memory urn ne
s spoken to me end held my hand while we interviewed him

in N.Y. If he would over come to Panama, I wouldn't miss

A show even It they cost 16 (I have savings

Maybe grownups will see that there are lots of teenagers
that see him and don't scream or taint, but really like him.
. .A Fervent Fa

NAVY SPEED SIGNS

There Is but one thing to say to "Realist" concerning the

signs located m the I5nd housing area. "Congratulations,

you art the first non-resident to even see the signs while pass pass-fag
fag pass-fag through the housing area. It is obvious that you have

what is known as w20 vision."

But here is a good point. Did you observe them, Realist?
If you did, congratulations again, you are about the first that
has done so. When the signs were first put up in this area
they numbered eight in all. Now we have three left. Five have
been hit by drivers who have been traveling at "cautions" rate
of speed. One driver must have had to have very expensive
repairs don to the grill of his car. (Maybe you?)
We don't have a speed trap in the housing area, we have
a "speed track" to judge by the speed of the majority of the
ears going to the American Legion Club, Balboa Yacht Club or
to. the land fishing pier.
The signs stating a 10 mph zone is In effect might as well
say 40 mph, as that is about the average rate of speed for cars
passing through- the housing area
I hereby invite you and yours to alt on my front porch
some Saturday or Sunday afternoon, or any evening and watch

if ox you "non-residents" drive past at 10 mph while my

Sren are at olay (eoffee and cake served).

As to who is responsible for this sad state of affairs that

caused you so much trouble to visit your friends, and which
must nave caused much damage to vour ear to get down to
such a low rate of speed we the people who live in the area
are responsible for the foolish and asinine attempt to protect
your children in your housing area. Do you have any sugges suggestions
tions suggestions outside of getting rid of them completely.
-R. W. Bib-

By VICTOR RIBSBL
Time is now to stOD being play

boys of this western world. For
all will not be quiet on tne we3t we3t-ern
ern we3t-ern from for long nor on the
eastern front either. Word has
been sped from Moscow to its
global labor network to (give many
maior cities of the democratic

world a blood bath.

The Kremlin cannot long take
workers' revolts behind their own

rusted iron curtain without at

tamotina to force the police end

Armies of non-Communist nation

to shoot at noting workers, too

This the Russians can easily
maneuver. Despite alarms in this
column and warnings from other

informed circle in this new,

western statesmen have long ig

nored and failed to woo tne wont
era nf the world. So today leftist

led unions are the Soviets' secret
wessons. Out of the 160,000,000

members of unions around the
globe, the Russians brag they con control
trol control some 90,000,000.
At this moment the U.S. govern government
ment government haa virtually no influence
among the remaining 70,000,000.
And it is through this network
of Red unions that the Moscow
strategist can bathe big free
cities in blood and force non-Communist
police and military men
to shoot down workers in the
streets.
Lest you think this is too maca macabre
bre macabre a maneuver even for the Ruv
sians, let me point to Singapore
where the police report that 16
were killed and 150 wounded in
last wek's rioting. After burying
their dead, the British police air airlifted
lifted airlifted special Gurkha troops into
the city and moved in on two un unionsthe
ionsthe unionsthe pro-Communist Facttry
and Shopworkers Unionan d the
Singapore Bus Workers Union.
These outfits are tied up with
(he Peoples' Action Party. The po police
lice police rounded up 450 members. The
gendarmerie had to heave tear
gas and smash their way through
barricades manned by armed un union
ion union officials. The police dispatched
word back to London that the Bus

woman union was responsible sw At tne raomMt j tm in

im oioooy riots (w may ,m jUr posUion o( not paying s0

1S. ""r" m. cia security, since I worn lor my

central Asiatic neaaquarters oi me elf But whtt 1b happening to my
Russians World Federation o Jugh j gpt. MWrated loose from?
Trade Unions-whieh has pro. jfoyDcTwanT it now, to buy a
voked labor riots CAusing tho, Cadillac or a WUygoat or a

aeam oi as many aa wu texuie
workers in India not too long ago,
In the flaming Near East, the
Soviets have whipped into shape
a labor outfit called the "Trade
Union Federation of Arab Work Workers,"
ers," Workers," which ties together unions
of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan
and Libya. Officially the docu documents
ments documents out of Moscow state that

4"th general council of the World,

of araoa unions

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were Added and Louisiana dropped to the 121-144-per-100,0Q0 rate. New York bad the highest
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I ever had, to add to any fund I
might receive It I live to be 65.

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Federation

claims tha establishment of this
Federation and declares that A

fully supports its just struggle

against imperialism, for national

independence and for tne social
and economic demands of the
Arab working people."
This means thai these unions
truly are military units. I give
it to you as a faet that the pro-

Communists who influence these
Near Eastern outfits know where
every oil pipeline and pumping

station is. These units are ready

to slash and sabotage the west.

They are armed, just as the Singa Singapore
pore Singapore unions were.
There is a pro-Communist oper operator
ator operator known as Abdullah Ditllo,
vice president of the WFTU in
charge of stirring trouble in
North Africa. He recently turned
in reports to his Soviet chiefs on
just how be can stir revolt in Su Sudan,
dan, Sudan, North Africa, die Middle
East, Southeast Asia and even
Latin America.
Officially Abdullah is secretary
general of the regional trades un unions
ions unions in French Sudan.

I give you the Asiatic, Neap

Eastern and African network first

But don't for a second believe,

this couldn't happen in the "more

civilized" areas of the world. The

Russian global labor chiefs recent

ly boasted to their brass in Mos

cow that their unions have pro provokes
vokes provokes rolling strikes "in France,

Great Britain, Italy and West

Germany, as well as in Denmark,

Finland, Norway, Holland and

even in Spain last spring

There is no doubt that this is the

reason for the establishment of

united syndical (labor) organise
tions in Iceland, Canada, Tunisia

Peru and even in a country like
Uruguay. Succeaa in this respect

was very great

It is not unconceivable that the
handful of Communist-controlled
unions in the U.S.. too. will trv

iDioody strikes.

French mistress or something. I
ain't getting any interest on it.
What with wear and tear and the

frlnd of loose way I live, I may

not make it to 65, and who col collects
lects collects my dough and the boss's

supplement?
The politicos run like thieves
whea you bring up tall Aspect.
But robbery is robbery, whether a

uv in a mass or a gay in tne
!vmment performs it, and a lot

of people neve asked the govern government
ment government to hijack their dougTTfor a
problematical old' age. Other peo people
ple people fly into hills and get knocked

knows if you'll make It? Spend it

now, I say.
I wouldn't knock it if I asked
for it, but no nice man came to
call on me to ask it I wished a
certain serial number so he could
clobber me for beer money each
week.
I was never consulted, any more
than I was consulted when the
states of California and New York
hit me with a stout tab for state
taxes when I never lived nor
worked in one and hadn't lived nor
worked in tha other for three
years. ),
You try to rob a saloon and the
cops. are there with guns, but those
kids think they got s license to
steal.
. My father, an able accountant,
has passed his 65 mark, but he
loses money if he works very
much, because if he makes more
than $1,200 a year'they start dock docking
ing docking him.
I saw a curious statistic the
other day. If a man found a job
paying him $1,560 a year, or 50
bucks a week, he would have to
forfeit $450 in social security
checks of $90 a month to make up
for the extra $350 over the $1,220
he's allowed after recent adjust adjustmentsto
mentsto adjustmentsto earn.
My old man gets $98.5 from
the SchuUstaffel, but unfortunate unfortunately
ly unfortunately it isn't nough for him and Ma
to make it in the wey they're
accustomed.
What does Pa have to do? Emu

late his peers and stick up a bank,

or starye in idleness because the
government won't let him work
for a few extra shotgun shells and
the odd beer?
If you would check is with Her Herbert
bert Herbert Hoover or any ether realist
with ungrindable axes, you cer certainly
tainly certainly would find that it is the opin opinion
ion opinion of intelligent workers that the
limitation on earnings after receiv receiving
ing receiving social security is slightly less
moral than prostitution or dope dope-peddling.
peddling. dope-peddling. If one of the Rockefeller boys
who has been paid a salary finds
it possible to earn an honest buck
after he hits- the middle 60s, there
is no reason why he shouldn't be
allowed to collect whe he paid in,
as employe and employer, in ad addition
dition addition to his millions. It's his
money.
T live all over the world and

don't get deducted any more. So

I want my dough back.
The Supreme Court hes been
pretty brave about testing the va validity
lidity validity of Issues lately, and I would
like to see them test this one,
ho, ho, ho, as if they would. There
isn't a line of law in the whole
grab, and anybody who wanted to
challenge it could bust it down the
middle.
In the meantime, they might at
least allow old people to spend
their own m6ney and work with with-65
65 with-65 is not a senile age these days,
out limitation en the side. Because
and prices are up, and a family
can't maaw it very well on $95 a
week.

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WASHINGTON It ia never
pteasant to tangle with the White
Hoese. I have Untied wit a good
many more Democrats in the

White House than KepuDiieans,
And none of these oetaswms are
pleasant. But denials don't neces necessarily
sarily necessarily make a news story wrong,!
as for instance Jim Hagerty's de denial
nial denial en Aug. 4, 1953 of my sta re re-men
men re-men t that President Eisenhower

had high blood pressure, the first
symptom of a heart condition.
The easiest way to deny a story
is to scratch a bale ia a couple
of details, which is what shrewd
Jim Hagerty tried to do. So let's
take a took at some of the de de-tads.
tads. de-tads. 1. Hagerty started off by quot quoting
ing quoting me as saying the "relapse was
the reason for the week-end med medical
ical medical examination Eisenhower
Announced early in August be
would undergo a pre-election
checkup, said Hagerty.
But I did not say this. Hagerty
twisted my words to suit his de denial.
nial. denial. What I said was, "Tnis was
one reason for the head-to-toe ex examination.
amination. examination. Such an examination
had been promised, but was made
ell the more necessary by the in incidents
cidents incidents of bis West Coast trip."
2. Ity description of Ike's trou trouble
ble trouble was quAHfied, namely "an ap apparent
parent apparent mild relapse" which could
have been "cAmpaign exhaus exhaustion."
tion." exhaustion." Hagerty admitted that the
President was suffering from

campaign fatigue.
3. Hagerty disputed Ike's sod sodden
den sodden departure from the Minneap

olis airport, said he had stopped to

shake hands with local mgmtanea.
I said he did not. In this I was

in partial errcr. He did shake

hands with a few-. As described
by Al Wienberg, candidate for
Congress from toe 8th District, a.
vigorous Republican, "At the air airport,
port, airport, the President shook hands

with just a couple oi people and

got on the plane in accordance

with Secret Service regulations.
HIAVY MAKE-UP

4, Hagerty says the President's
car did not pull out of line and

speed toward the airport. This is

disputed by various people. The
evidence points to the fact that
it did leave the line of march at

Lake and Bloomington Streets,
and, with about three other ears,
heae'ed for the airport.
5. Hagerty claimed Ike was hi
good health though admitting
campaign weariness.
Mayor Eric Hoyer of Minneap Minneapolis,
olis, Minneapolis, who was close to him, stated,
"He appeared flushed or' heavily
made up. His face was too ruddy
for the condition of his voice. His
voice was weak, And it was my
impression they had used make makeup
up makeup or a lamp treatment on him
for months."
Two witnesses, close by when

the President got into his- car in

front of the New York Life Build

ing, saw him stumble. Ancher
Nelsen, candidate lor Governor,

beside him in the car, had to

steady him. One witness stand

ing five feet away said the Pres President
ident President looked nervous and exhausted.

Others standee alone th route

saw a genial figure smiling and

noratng up us arms. He main maintained
tained maintained that, nct.nrp nf preptino fnr

almost two hours that day too

much for the politicians to ask of
any 86-year-old candidae.
6. Hafertv mad a mint that

other newsmen with the presiden

tial party did not report anything
of a similar nature.

On the contrary. Doris Fleeson

wrote: "Riding among the great
and friendly crowds (at Minneap Minneapolis),
olis), Minneapolis), he was sunerh arme un.

lifted, the Eisenhower smile ra radiant.
diant. radiant. Whea he finallv snoka he

Seemed Dale and wcarv At

Seattle: "The President's delivery

was much too wooden. He threw
AWav lines, he stumbled t.

such points, eporters lifted their
eyes from the written script to

ine president physically. He was

uring, u seemea.
Reoorted Tom Stakes- "Hi hi

five hours of rest in the flight to

aeauie. . .He remained in his
hotel all the next day until his
SDCeeh that night an A thereafter

until he went to nearby Tacoma."

LI Ft WITH HAGERTY

Tully of the Scripps-Howard pfr
pars, reported an amazing inci incident
dent incident last winter when the Presi President,
dent, President, given the wrong golf club
by his caddy, threw it in a burst

of nger across the side of his
golfmobile.
The incident happened in front
of aO newsmen and was extreme
iy significant regarding anyone
recovering from a heart condition,
because they have to watch ex excitement
citement excitement and temper. When I
asked Tully why he was the only
man who reported the incident,
he didn't know. When I asked oth other
er other newsmen, they indicated that
they didn't want to get in wrong
with Hagerty. Tully was already
in wrong.
7. Hagerty claimed that the mo motorcade
torcade motorcade through New York had
not been canceled. He was quib quibbling.
bling. quibbling. Originally a two-hour mo mo-toreade
toreade mo-toreade had been pUnned up And
dow-. Manhattan. Instead it was
cut to a. brief run fr. m the Pena
Station, through the garment dis district
trict district to the Grand Centrjal area.
This wss peanuts compared to the
grand tour and a groat disappoint

ment to Javits politicos.
I. Hagery also denied that the
canceled UN atoms-for-peaca
speech had been definitely sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. Again he was quibbling.

(Maybe he hadn't put it on his

own calendar, but the UN put it
there last spring. This fill, when
some UN members objected that
they didn't want to get the UN
mixed up to U.S. politic; they
were reminded that the speech
had been scheduled even before
Eisenhower was nominated.
The UN was so Anxious to keep
out of politics that the UN Assem Assembly,
bly, Assembly, which always convenes in
September, was delayed until one
week after the election. Yet be because
cause because Ike's speech had been ar arranged
ranged arranged last spring, the UN de decided
cided decided to go through even at the
risk of partisan polities.
It was a great opportunity for
him to talk on one of his favorite
themes peace. But following the
grueling grind of the Minneapo-lis-Seattle-Los
Angeles swing, the
speech was canceled. -
Regardless of the Hagerty de denial
nial denial techniques, however, the fact
is that sources inside the White
House Admitted privately mat the
Presides wee so nervously ex exhausted
hausted exhausted on the Northwest trip
that Mrs. Eisenhower wu quite
concerned, and from now on Ike's
campaign will never take him
away for long from the private

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Dogs Stand Watch
For Two Months
Where Owners Died

STAUNTON. V.. Nnv 9 rrrxn

Two dogs which had kept a pa patriotic
triotic patriotic vigil At the highway inter intersection
section intersection where their owners were
killed mora than twn mnnthc .an

baVe been taken into protective

custody.

State police said an attorney for
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Mrs. Estrade Marque of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, took charge of the dogs

After sn unidentified men Attempt Attempted
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wreck.
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the vicinity of the crash site at
U. S. Highway 11 and State 340,
refusing to permit anyone to touch
them.
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Cardinal Mkidszenly Is Learning To Rest
AHer 8 Years Of Red Prison; Is Happy'

NEW JEEP ENGINE Explaining the new engine used In U.S. Army Jeeps which permits fording of small streams without
drowning out the engine to a group of diesel mechanic students of Panama's "Melchor Lasso de la Vega" School, is Cap. Mi Miguel
guel Miguel A. Fernandez, Instructor at the USARCARIB' School's automotive division. The group of 75 diesel students toured the faci facilities
lities facilities of the division last week. The visit included seeing in operation student classrooms, workshop and a motor pool In
which U.S. Army techniques are taught to Latin American students.

Integration Is Working, R eports Reveal;
Tests From 17 Schools Show 'Good Result

NEW YORK, Nov. 2 (UP) -The
Fund for the Republic publish published
ed published a "good news" report today on
the progress of racial integration
in both Northern and Southern
tates.
The study lists some 1,100 spe specific
cific specific instances of desegregation
whicA have taken place in the last
two years in the 17 border and
Southern stations. "Virtually all
'of them took place smoothly and
harmoniously, the study reports.
m "The common notion that 'de 'de-W
W 'de-W aegregatiiJs just can't work' in
the Southvis plainly contradicted
by the JffiWings," wrote Harold C.
'Fleming, author of the Southern

Report for the Southern Regional

council.
"The .results of the survey sug suggest
gest suggest that beneath the surface tur turmoil
moil turmoil of Southern resistance, deep-

running currents are steadily

eroding the undemocratic patterns
of the past. . here are grounds

for hope that, sooner than we

think, the South mav create a

new. and brighter self-image."

The study for Northern and
Western states was made sep separately
arately separately by David Loth and con contains
tains contains comparable listings of Inci Incidents
dents Incidents of desegregation in schools,
churches, housing, employment

and other categories.
Loth said the listing was "frank-

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ly one-sided," a selection of ex

amples of progress without at
tempt at evaluation.

The study covers the two years

immediately following the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision ordering
school desegregation. The four
Northern states in which segre segregated
gated segregated schods were authorized
were shown to have made the
transition.
It listed 49 other Instances of
integration n the North, some the
actual integration of schools
through re districting and en entrance1
trance1 entrance1 of s t u d e n t s in private
schools, some the appointment of
Negro faculty members, some in indications
dications indications of greater acceptance of
Negroes by students through their
selection for various honors and
etection to school posts.
' The Southern report said more
than 350 school districts in nine
Southern states have integrated
schools "to some extent." Eight
states Alabama. Ffprida. Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississipni, Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. North Carolina and South
Carolina have taken measures to
circumvent the court decision and
have not integrated public schools
below college level.
Five of those states Alabama.
Florida. Georgia, Mississippi and
South Carolina as of last May
still enforce segregation in state
supnorted colleges. In all but
South Carolina there is at least
one private college admitting stu students
dents students of both races.
The listing also Included evi evidences
dences evidences of greater employment op opportunities
portunities opportunities for Negroes, of the ap ap-oointment
oointment ap-oointment and election to govern government
ment government jobs o. all levels, of the de desegregation
segregation desegregation of housing, and In Increased
creased Increased integration in other fields
such as recreation, health serv services,
ices, services, private organizations and
church membership.
Fleming said the positive em em-oMsis
oMsis em-oMsis was made in attemot to
offset to some degree the discour discouragement
agement discouragement implicit in the tensions
which have arisen In some areas
from integration.
. ... f ":
"It Is universally recocrntzed
that this is a time ot trouble in

the South." he wrote. "Since May,
1954, and particularly in recent
months, dissension and conflict
have dominated the news of the
region. The daneer is that South Southerners
erners Southerners them .elves, to say nothing
of ieople elsewhere, will be blind blinded
ed blinded to the constructive evicfenc,
and will surrnder to fear and
discouragement."

BUDAPEST. Nov. 2 (UP)

Josef Cardinal Miadszenty sat
red-eyed and (gray with fatigue in
a sparsely furnished room of his
threadbare palace here today and
pointed to a sheaf of papers.

"Within two days I shall give

the lead," he said. "But first I

must inform myself.

"I have been in darkness for

the past eight years."

His voice was calm, as though

stating only a little-known fact.

There was no rancor or hate
apparent.

But the effects of his return

home yesterday from eight years
of Communist abuse and impris-

ment on spy charges were evident

bis face.
So great was his emotion he

had been unable to sleep on his
first night of freedom. He was
unshaven. He showed the weight

of bis 64 years. But he refused

to rest.

The cardinal received a UP cor

respondent and a British colleague
after a busy morning in which he

received r delegation from the

new Hungarian government arid

recorded an appeal to the nation

fore almness.

He would not discuss what he
said to the government delegation.

But sources reported that he

wants formation of a Christian

Democratic party with a voice in
the Cabinet before he will support
the present "liberal" Communist
regime.
The sources said the party
would be ".If Christian," includ including
ing including the nation's Protestant Luther

an population.
Asked whether he would accept'
a position in any government, he
said only "perhaps."
His appeal to the nation, which

regaras mm as a popular nero,
asked for restoration of order and
contained the promise that "With "Within
in "Within two days I shall personally ad address
dress address the nation nd speak about
the way for disentanglement."
He appeared haunted by mem memories
ories memories of his treatment at the
hands of the now-discredited Stalinists

When told that some observers
feel there might be further Russian
intervention", the cardinal's eyes
showed fear.
Ask ed whether he had heard
from the Vatican, he replied:
"Not yet. It is impossible to
phone or send telegrams."
He paused. His eye: roved over
the ceiling of the room as though
he were recalling the last eight
years.
"It is not good to send tele tele-grama
grama tele-grama or to telephone," he said.

Prison Won't Let
Couple Enter Jail
Until It's Legal

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. t (UP)
William Vurpin and his wife still
were trying to get into prison to today
day today after being shunned on their

tirst attempt.
Turpin, 47, of Canton, Ohio, and
hi; wife, Nellie, both received two
to five year sentences on a pro procuring
curing procuring charge involving an 18-year-old
girl. While free in bond,
they lost their appeal to the State
Supreme Court.
Turpin showed up at the Ohio
Penitentiary 'early Mondav morn morning
ing morning carrying suitcase, type typewriter
writer typewriter and Sl 845 in his nnckpt

But he had no committment pa'p-

e s. warden Kaiph W, Alvis said
he couldn't come in.
"One man trying to get in and
5,000 men trying to get out," com commented
mented commented the warden.
Meanwhile. Nellie was knocking
on the gates of the Marysville
Reformatory for Women. No ad admittance.
mittance. admittance. However, Stark County Prose Prosecutor
cutor Prosecutor John Rossetti vowed that
the "Turpins would get in jail yet.
He mailed the vital committment
papers. All the Turpins have to do
now is wait.

Plan to Attend Church this Sunday
' at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA, HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL Class for alt ages
10:40r-"THE VESSELS OF THE LORD"
"Children's Chapel" Robert L. Snyder
6:30 B.T.U. Training In Christian Living
7:30 "THE OUTWARD PERILS OF
THE CHRISTIAN LIFE"
Pastor W.'h. Beeby Preaching
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED

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DECATUR, 111. Nov. 2 (UP) -Democratic
vice presidential can candidate
didate candidate Sen. Estes Kefauver
thought he had enough trouble
when he mispronounced names in
a speech. But when he joined a
motorcade he found stickers on
on the cars spelled his running
mate's name "adlai."

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WILL OPEN AT TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE SUNDAY
Preparations are now being .JSSi
nity Art Show, which is sponsored annually by the Canal
"TheshoTwlil be officially opened at 4 pm. Sunday by
Mr. Alys Harrington, wife of U.S. Ambassador Julian K.

Harrington.

Open House
For Gorga Wives
At Mrs, Msloney's
Mrs. W. H. Maloney will hold
"Open House" at her home on the
Fishhowl Area of Ancon for wives

t the Heaitn uepaumwi
eas Hospital.
This is the second meeting of
this group, which Pns meet
the first Wednesday of each
month. The first meeting ; was held
att he home of Mrs. Norman tfr
New Members
To Be Received
By Baptist Church
At the 10:45 morning worship
service of the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights a
.group of new members are to be
welcomed into the membership
of (the church.

The welcome will take place at
the close of the morning mes message
sage message by pastor William H. Bee Bee-by.
by. Bee-by. The message will be taken
from Acts 9, "The Vessels of the
Lord." The morning service is
preceded by the Bible School
which starts at 9:30.
At the 7:30 evening service the
Lord's Supper is to be observed
after which the pastor will con continue
tinue continue the -series of sermons on
the epistle of I John. The ser sermon
mon sermon subject for Sunday evening
is "The Outward perils of the
Christian Life."

Wifey, wife of the Superintendent
of Gorgas Hospital.

Governor Will Attend
Veterans' Day Dance
Governor Potter will be the hon honor
or honor guest at tho Veterans' Day
Dance at the Strangers Club, Nov,

10, The dance will be sponsored by

the Lt. Garvyn H. Moumoiow

Memorial Post 3876 and its Auxi
liary.

Entertainment will be furnished
by top amateur talent. With Bob
Johnson and. Tommy Sellers as
Masters of Ceremonies, the floor
show will consist of such fine tal talent
ent talent as tenor Tommy Jordan, magi magician
cian magician Walter Woodruff, the Llms, a
dancing, team, Bob Quinn and his
balloons, and others.
Door prises have been donated
by Madiiros, Bazar Bombay, Flow Flower
er Flower of India, R. C. A., La Flor de
Bolivia, Capri, I. Vishindas, Mor

rison s, and Hugn "scouy Linn.
The main door prize, a round
trip for two to David, has been
donated by Copa.
Two 12-piece orchestras, Gus
Trym and the Royal Sultans, will
furnish cont nuous music from 9
to 2.
Tickets are $1.00 each and may

be purchased from any member
of the Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow
Memorial Post 3876 or at the Com Commissaries
missaries Commissaries and Army and, Navy

Posts. Table reservations may be

made by calling 3-3178 or 3-1590

Orchid Chapter

Annual -Bazaar

Tomorrow

The annual bazaar of Orchid

Chapter No. 1, O.E.S. this year

Harvest Festival will be held at
the Scottish Rite Temple Temple
in Balboa tomorrow from 4 to 8

p.m.

There will be fun for the whole

family with booths including par parcel
cel parcel post packages, baked goods,

aprons, stuffed toys, fancy worn,
and whito elephants. The children
will enjoy the fish pond and the

mystery house.
From 5 to 7 p.m. a spaghetti

dinner will be served. The tickets
for the dinner are $1.00 for adults
and SO cent for children and may
be purchat at the door.
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AM Offered Polish

By US; No Decision
Given On Acceptance
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (UP) -The
United States ha? offered the

new Polish government emergen emergency
cy emergency food and long-range economic
aid to help it achieve complete
independence from Moscow, in informed
formed informed sources said today.
They said Joseph E. Jacobs,

U.S. ambassador to Poland, told

Polish officials in Warsaw the

United States will give Poland

food and other items it might
need. Jacobs also offered long-

range aid.
President Eisenhower said in

his nationwide foreign policy

broadcast Wdnesday night that

the United States had been "in

contact with, the new government

of Poland w. Ins matter.

Polish Ambassador Itomuald

Soasowski toIl the State Deoart-

- ... at

meat fairly recently that one of
Poland's chief difficulties is con

nected with long-range conomic
planning. This was taken as a
broad hint Poland would wlcome
U.S. economic aid.
Kjwever, officials said Poland

has not said specifically what, if

any, aid it wants from the Unted

States.

The American offer was keot

secret at first because the United

States thought the new Polish

gcvemment, fresh f-jm its anti-

Salinist revolution, might be bet better
ter better able to accept the aid if i was

no- publicized immediately.
Officals said thev fearerl Pn.

land would accuse this country of

mienering in internal Polish af affairs
fairs affairs if the offer was made public publicly.
ly. publicly. The new government said
earlier that its brerk with Moscow
did not give this country .grounds
to Interfere.
Both Mr. Eisenhower and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
hive made it dear mat no strings
would be attached to anv- Pnlich

aid.

The Presiden said in his Otwtanl,

that the United States would not

aw roiana or any other Commun-

ist country to adopt "any particu particular
lar particular form of society as a condition
upon our economic assistance."

He said they need only be "free"

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A reduced round-trip fare has

been authorized by the Panama
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who will cross the Isthmus to at

tend Veterans' Day and Crusade

for Freedom observance at Rain
bow City Nov. 11 and 12.

The observance is being spon

sored bv the Paraiso Mutual Aid

Club, the Atlantic Army Mothers

and 14 other organisations.

Highlight of the celebration to

take place on the Atlantic side
Nov. 11 and 12, will be the S o' o'clock
clock o'clock Sunday afternoon program
at which Gov. W. E. Potter is
scheduled to speak. The ceremony
wjll Include a color fuard and
band provided by the military
services of the Canal Eone.
Veterans groups, and numerous
civic organizations and churches
ar airline in the extensive plan

ning for the two days of patriotic
and field events.

Bishop Gooden

To Confirm Class

At St. Peter's

Besides belne; guest preacher
at St. Peter's church in La Boca
on Sunday night, Bishop R. He He-ber
ber He-ber Oooderi, wll administer the

sacrament of holy confirmation

to a class of candidates prepar
ed by the Rev. John Spear.

Fatner Spear will present tne

class during the service of

Evensong, which begins at 7:30

but each candidate will be taken

'to the Bishop by his or her spon

sor for the layintr on oi hanos.

Sunday Is also being observed

in the parish as Homecoming
Sunday. This observance was
started several years ago, and is
looked forward to annually by
former parishioners, who return
for worship on that day. Some
of those who are abroad have

sent greetings.
After the Eucharist, which will
be a choral celebration starting
at 10:80 a.m., a luncheon will
take place in the parish hall for
the congregation. This will be
sponsored by the parish welfare
Council. "Members of the wom woman's
an's woman's Auxiliary will serve.

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13 Distinct part
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15 Twitching
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24 Continent
28 Journey
27 Sorry
30 Day-dreamer
32 Cooking
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42 Stockholders'
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45 Causes
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8 Looking glass 24 Among

7 And so forth 25 Soaks

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10 Winged
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sheltered side
29 German
articles

31 Rich fur

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19 Musical' run on
Instrument 38 Girl's name

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exchange
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Monroe has been reported as
saying "Yes," "No" and "May "Maybe"
be" "Maybe" at various times, of course
about starring next February in

TV spectacular based on

"Lysistrata," ,vhich the famed
John Huston will direct.
Whether Marilyn does or does

not put her famous wiggle into
the classic Greek drama about

men and women, love and war,

all concerned with the TV proj

ect had better be careful

The author Aristophanes, had

a word for it Lysistrata.

But a big city police department
once had a different word for it

"Indecent

A jury, however, had two words

for it-"Not Guilty."

It All Happened rignt here in

Hollywood back in 1932 when

"September Morn," and not Mar

Hyn, was the raciest photo ever

seen on a calendar. The 2,400

year-old play opened at the famed

Carthay Circle Theater, scene of

many a inovie premiere, after

being presented in Philadelphia,

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Ambassador Is Glad
To Aid Red Embargo

Against Communists

tatprt. Nov. 2 (UP) The

Panamanian ambassador to Na-
innoltsr. Phtna. M. E. Guillen,

oalri Thiirrtv his COUntrV IS

"happy" to support Naraoiuuw
China in carrying out the em embargo
bargo embargo on Communist China de

spite financial losses.

Speaking at a luncheon meet meeting
ing meeting of the Rotary Club hre,
the Panamanian envoy point pointed
ed pointed oat that in forblddtag its
ships to trad with Communist
China, his government's ,me ,me-niies
niies ,me-niies decreased sharply.
Many ships cancelled their
Panamanian registration and

changed flags, he saio.
He said, 'sacrifice or no sac sacrifice,
rifice, sacrifice, w are quite happy that
we have been able to support

free China."

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of ending wars in the 20th year

of the war against Sparta.

More war, no love, the rules.
So they decide to offer but
platonic association with their
mates and the "sex strike" ends
the war.
But Los Angeles police didn't
think it was a bit funny.
I'll never forget some of the
courtroom testimony, including a
description of the play by a police
stenographer who went along with
the vice squad raiders to write
down the "spicy" dialogue.
"It was this way," the police
stenographer said. "There were a
bunch of men and women on the
stage arguing abut how to win the
war. They even did it in those
days. Then the men left. Then
Lysistrata came out. She tells the
women that the transparent dress

es they "are wearing can do a lot

to bring peace.
"Well, Lysistrata says she could

stop any war in the world if she

New York and Chicago to critical1 worc dress thin enough. Then

Presley Haircuts
Banned At Romeo,
Mich., High School

ROMEO. Mich. Nov. 2 (UP)

Male students who show up at the
Romeo Community High School
with Elvis Presley style haircuts
today will be expelled from school.
T. C. Fllppula, school superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, said teachers at the
school decided the haircuts signl
fied a "defiant attitude" and
asked Principal Harold F. Barr to
order the boys to get "normal
haircuts" or face expulsion. Barr
did and was backed up by local
education authoriies.

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Fay Bainter was the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia star. Violet Kemple Cooper
starred on Brodway and Nance
O'Neill headed the cast when it

moved west and into the arms

of Los Angeles police.

The vice squad boys raited tha

theater and charged that Miss
O'Neill anl 54 other members of
the cast and two producers par participated
ticipated participated in an indecent perform performance.
ance. performance. The chief of the v i t e squad
even demanded, quite seriously,
"Where's the author of this here
show?"
But after a two-day trial, a

jury composed largely of Los
Angeles society matrons gave a
quick verdict of "Not Guilty,"
agreeing with defense attnrnpvs

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In Case you've forenltpn vm,r

Greek playlore, Lysistrata, an

Athenian doll, calls wives of the

enemy and her own Athenian

sisters in conclave to strike
against amorous attentions from

husbanas ana lovers as a means

she tells the women they mut not
well, they must not you see
she tells thorn they must not give
their men any loving."
An attorney for the defense in insisted
sisted insisted the Greeks had another
word for it, but he let it go at
that.

The sudden appearance of a bed

on the stage also made the police

blush. As one of them ttstified:
"Then they bring in a well, it
was a piece of furniture and
they weren't furniture movers for
fun, if you know what I mean."
Maybe Marilyn Monroe better
skip "Lysistrata" on TV.
Gosh, that wiggle might give
the FCC a new word for it.

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WINNER AT COSTUME PARTY The winner of the children's Halloween Costume Party at
the Ft. Gulick Officers' Club is Pura M. Reyes, the little lady in the center. On either side
are masked runners-up in the contest.

.Social and Otli

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Tour of Morgan's
Gordons For Closs
Members f the class in Flower
Arrangement currently being con conducted
ducted conducted at the Balboa YMCA-USO
by Mrs. Pat Morgan are invited to
visit the gardens on Sunday, Nov.
4, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Cars should be parked in the a-

nrovided at the entrance to

the eardens on Gaillard Highway,

and visitors proceed on foot to the

barbecue shelter wtiere me lour
will begin promptly at 10. Mrs.
Morgan will conduct the tour and
point out the many interesting and
unusual tropical plants which

grow in profusion.
In case of rain the tour will
held Nov. 11.

onlinueu

rixson, Betty Oden, Norma De
von, rai aailey, coots Mitchell,
Joyce totutii, num Morns, Ju Julie
lie Julie Herman, Alice Mc Gann, Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Moore, Kay Kloniz ana Anna
May Butcher.

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Bota Chapter
Beta Sigma Phi's
Preferential Tea
The Beta Sigma Phi, Beta Chap Chapter
ter Chapter held its Preferential Tea at the
home of Marion Green with Jean
Judge, Hostess.
Lighted candles and an exquisite
flower centerpiece highlighted the

beautifully set table.

President of the sorority, Kay
Klontz served at the punch bowl.

Ruth Morris served coffee and
tea.

Those who. attended were Kelley

Waimo, Kathleen Huffman,, Jean
Judge, Barbara Egolf, L e n o r e
Stroop, Ann Peterson, Marlon
Green, Nancy Ramsey, Alice E-

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ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot bo accepted by
telephone.
Isthmian Nurses
Hold Annual
Convention
The Annual Convention of the
Isthmian Nurses Association will
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
on Nov. 7, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets
axe $2.50 per person.
There will be election of offic officers.
ers. officers. All nurse; are invited to attend.

Mrs. Mario Van CLIEF
(riven Office forty
Mrs. Marie Van Cliff, was hon

orvd wiln a parly in the otnee of

the Accounting division Wednes

day, the date ot her retirement
lrom the Panama Canal Compa

ny.

She was presented with a letter

troin Mr. FniUip bieers, Comptrol

ier of the Panama Canal Compa

ny, and Mr. John r'isher made me
presentation of the gilts, a dia diamond
mond diamond wristwatch,' ana a strand of
cuuured pearis. Mrs. Faye Wheel

er played the Accordum and ev everyone
eryone everyone sang "Auld .Laug Syne.'"
The party was attended by em

ployes of Accounting Division,
Office of the Comptroller, and

Budget and Rales Branch.

Miscellaneous Shower
For Miss Marie Dunham
Mrs. Yolanda Hirt and Mrs. Ar Ar-lene
lene Ar-lene Abbott gave a misceilaneaus
shower last Thursday at Mrs. A A-bott's
bott's A-bott's home in El Cangrejo in hon honor
or honor of Miss Marie Dunham. A Targe
number of guests attended.
Miss Dur' ;m will become the
bride of Lt. Gerald McElroy tomorrow.

. jAcomr on tMpqf,
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

Gem And Minerel Society
To conduct Field Trip
The local Gem and Mineral Club
will conduct a field trip to the Far
Fan-Guinea Point area tomorrow.

Members and friends partcipating
are advised to arranges to arrive at
the Far Fan River bridge at ap approximately
proximately approximately 9 a.m., in order to

take full advantage of favorable

low-tide conditions. After the field

activities, all attending are urged

to convene at the club s clubhouse,
in Building 57, adjacent to Balboa
Harbormasters office.

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Mr. Rimmington
Will Address

Soroptomists

Mr. A. E. B. Rimmmeton presi

dent of Panama Rotary Club will

address ladies of the Soroptimits'

Club at their luncheon tomorrow at

the Hotel El Panama.

Mr. Rimmineton will discuss the

work of Rotarians in the community.

Any member unable to attend is

asked to telephone Mrs. Shirley
Smith.

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yhat unorthodox, but very com-

.MvuuaMic. iue nana is strong
enough m playing strength and
weak enough in defensive strength

".""""' suut-uui ma. it us
QUlte nossihlf fnr N.!.

2 ; r io nave
some such hand as the king of
Clubs and nnn cl4 o .i

b auu piouuee
a ffnnn nlo i f

i. r 111 neans wnen
the opponents are absolutely, cold
for four snsrlMi

North's gambling raise to six
hearts was a good effort. If South
hSlt ?uce s even runins
hwt tricks, a favorable lead
miffht c vo h m io Lilrr."

. - wins wnn me
aid of North's five tricks in the
black suits. Moreover, South
might be void of diamonds and
thus have a lay-down play for the

.UuPyi bidding of thi ort
ftuld a,wys suggest the possi
bility that two aces are missing.
An experienced player would often
the ace of hearts from the West
hadn in the hope of seeing the best
"uatl0 on inspecting ahe
dummy The diamond switch
would be obvious, and the slam
would be defeated.
When the hand was played in
a recent team match, the West
Player didn't think of opemng the
SeynSraa cfruWh.m0ments and then

bou h joyfully won in his hand
with the queen of clubs, ran two

j I ,ulsca diamond.

AVACU uui mc ace of hearts.

i iic jcai was easy.

Broken Job Promise

Of Ike's b Scored

By Democrat, Natch

EN ROUTE WITH KEFAUVER,
Nov. 2 (UP) Sen wt. t,V'

fauver charged today that the
Eisenhower administrafu. u.j

turned its back On solemn Drom-

' w au aras aistressed by
unemployment.

The Democratic vice presi presi-dential
dential presi-dential nominee concentrated
his attack on western Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania where unemployment

is a serous issue in many localities.

In a speech prepared for de delivery
livery delivery at Sharon, pa., the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee senator said the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration had op opposed
posed opposed a Democratic-sponsored
bill to provide federal relief for
distressed areas. The opposition
came desoite the President's

promise four years ago that he

wouid at least sign of depres depression,
sion, depression, marshal all the

the federal government to fight
it," he charged.
Kefauver, juggling his sched schedule
ule schedule constantly, flew into
Youngstown, O., early today
after rigorous campaigning h
Massachusetts and Rhode Is Island
land Island Thursday.
His nlane fought, turbulent.

weather on a flight from Provi

dence, k.i., but laaded safely at
Youngstown where he scheduled
two Sneeches before drivlnv in

to western Pennsylvania.
Kefauver was scheduled fnr

Pennsylvania whistle-stop tour
including Sharon, West Middle Middlesex,
sex, Middlesex, New Wilmington, New Cas-

ue, Eiiwooa cuy ana Beaver
Vp Is he I pa vps vrenter Pitts.

burgh airport tonight en routs)'

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CERTIFICATE Sgt. Wilber R. Hogan, right, received a cer certificate
tificate certificate of achievement from Maj. Don R. George for his out outstanding
standing outstanding contribution to the Operations Section at Howard
Field while a member of the Inter-American Geodetic Survey
unit for the past two years. Hogan is "ieavlng the Isthmus and
will report to Fort Lewis, Washinjton. Married, and the father
of one boy-who lives in the States, Hogan served with Tank
Company of) the 20th Infantry before being assigned to IAGS
as Operations Aviation Sergeant. (U.S. Army Photo)

Celebrate Nov. 3rd with US!
Begin by joining the late crowd
at our popular
CLUB 4:30
from midnight tonight till
4:30 a.m. in the BALBOA BAR
with GEORGE GODOY'S TRIO
it & &
Tomorrow JVov. 3
SPECIAL LUNCHEON In the Balboa Room
with music by LUCHO AZCARRAGA at the
orysn. Special native dishes will be served.
GALA DANCE at NIGHT In the
Bells Vlsts Room with TWO ORCHESTRAS
alternating all night!
CLARENCE MARTIN and
LUCHO AZCARRAGA.
dinner will be served from 7 p.m.
Minimum charge: $2.50 person.
Call Msltre d'hotel for reservations.
In The Balboa Bar
GEORGE GODOY'S TRIO PLAYS
From 10 p.m.

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it's cheaper than
you think at .

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FT. GULICK EMBLEM The, placing of their newly adopted emblem, a distinctive looking
cross and crown, on the aprons and trays of the Port Gullck Protestant Ladies Chapel GntldT
completes the first of a series of projects that the group has planned. The recently formed
Guild meets the first Thursday of each month at the Port Gullck Chapel. Standing (left to
right) are Kay Nold, membet; Virginia Arms,. Program Chairman: Janet Valdez Vice Presi President;
dent; President; Louise Headspeth, 8ecy and Treaa., and Maria Hansen, member. Seated at left Is Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Ellison, Guild President.

More LalinAm News
Is Asked Of Slate
Papers Al Meeting

HAVANA, Nov. 2 (-UP) -The

Inter American Press Assn. called

on all united states newspapers

today to publish a daily column of

Latin American news items.

The request was made in a reso

lution approved at the closing ses session
sion session of the IAPA's annual general

assembly. It was proposed by

Jorge Mantilla, .lublisher of El

Comercio, of Quito, Ecuador.

The. resolution also called on

U.S. publishers to "tighten the

fraternal ties with the free Latin

American press."

Pedro Beltran, publisher of La

Prensa, Lima, Peru, and former

ambassador to the United States

was awarded the IAPA's "Hero of

Freedom of the Press" medal.

The award was made to Beltran

for "resisting the attacks and
pressure of the government
against freedom of the press" and
submitting to arrest for it. Beltran
was imprisoned by the govern government
ment government of former Peruvian Presi President
dent President Manuel Odria and his news newspaper
paper newspaper was closed because It pub published
lished published a manifesto issued by army
insurgents during an abortive re revolt
volt revolt in the Amazon River port ot
Iqnitos last February.
Beltran, who is attending the
IAPA assembly, was given an
stunting ovation. Formal bestowal
of the medal will be made at the
next IAPA general assembly to be
held in Washingtoi, D. C. next
year.
The closing session or the IAPA
assembly stood for one minute in
silent token of respect for the

memory of Agustir Edwards, late
publisher of El Mercurio, of Chile.
Dean Carl Ackerman, of the
Columbia University School of
Journalism, was named honorary
life member of the IAPA "for a
life of dedication to journalism
and the establishment of the
Maria- Moors Cabot awards."

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THt PANAMA AMERICAN All llfBEPaWDKBrT DAILY RtWaWAFER
ntlD AT. NOVEMBER t, 1M4
Large Field To Contest $10,000 Nov. 3 Classic

Polemon Big Favorite;
Pappa Flynn, Mossadeq
Dangerous Contenders
A field of eleven of the best thoroug hbreds now
in training locally will dispute the $10,000 added
purse and beautiful silver trophy in the Nov. 3 Pan Panama
ama Panama Independence Day Classic tomorrow afternoon
at the President Remon race track.

The mutuels favorite to cross
the finish line first will undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly be the brilliant Polemon
who will have the benefit of Jo Jose
se Jose (Paco) Bravo's handling. Bra Bravo
vo Bravo is practically invincible in
events like this In which the
stakes are high.
Victory for the Stud Valenti Valentino's
no's Valentino's four-year-old Chilean bred
Chestnut colt will move him into
second place among the all-time
winners in local turf history.
Only Microbio ($52,000) and
Main Road ($41,000) have earn earned
ed earned more money than the stout stouthearted
hearted stouthearted son of Polo Sur-Sobe-rana.
Pappa Flynn and the Mossa Mossadeq
deq Mossadeq -Opulen to entry are expect expected
ed expected to be the runners-up in the
betting. Pappa Flynn will have
leading jockey Alfredo Vasquez
in the saddle while Ruben Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez (no kin to Alfredo) will do
the booting aboard the Stud
Miura's color-bearer. Fernando

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Alvarea will guide the speedy 0-

pulento.

Also sure to be well-backed in

the mutuels are two expensive

South American thoroughbreds

that have so far failed to live up

to their advance notices. They
are the Chilean-bred Alhajar
and the Argentine-bred Golazo.
Both have shown at times that
they can step with the best and
could be ripe for an upset here.

Francisco Gatica will handle

Oolazo's reins while Julio Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez gets the mount on Alhajar.

Melendez, now racing to his

best form, should be in the thick

of the battle all the way but the

experts" opine that the dis

tance is at least a Quarter mile

too Jong for the black son of Li-cencioso-Alicia.
Ycaza will ride
Miss Virginia de la Guardia's
hope.

Paauiro, Town's Wall and

Globe Trotter complete the field.
Of these, Paqulro rates a fair
chance, having finished second
to Pappa Flynn in the $5000 one

mile and five-sixteenths Gam

bling Control Board Classic ear

ly last month.

Distance seems to be too much

of a handicap for Town's Wall
and Globe Trotter.

Tomorrow s Racing Card

let Rice 6lh Strict Imp. 6 Ff Ff-Purt
Purt Ff-Purt $400.00 Pool Claim 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Lucho C Iglesias 110

2 Brisk D. Cortez 113

3 Encachada Ortega iuo

4 G. Buzzer G. Sanchez 110

5 L. Girdle J. Gongora 113
6 Bacana O. de Leon 108

7 Dixiprincess B. AguirrellO
8 (S. Windsor G. Vasquez 102x
9 (Soft Note F. Godoy 113

10- Ponton) A. Ycaza 115
11- Curale) B. Baeza 113

2nd Race 4rh Series Imp. 6 Fft.
Pune $600.00 Pool Clem 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Jaquimazo

2 Esrorial

3 Camberwell

4 Venganza

5 El Fakir

B. Baeza 108
J. Jimenez l03x
V. Castillo 110
F. Hidalgo. 108

F. Alvarez 106

6 Mrs. Halligan O. de Leon 100

3rd Race "A" N.tivei 6 Fat.
Puna $375.00 Peel Cloiei 1 :45

ONE-TWO

1 Naranjazo G. Montero 107x
2 Yosikito O. de Leon 104
3 O! Star A. Vasquez 115
4 Don Brigldo J. Gongora 120
5 (Joe H. Ruiz 106

6 (Don Goyo J. Bravo 120

7th Race 4th Serial Imp. Eft.
Parte $600.00 Peel Cletet 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Febrero II A. Vasquez 115
2 Little Fool O. de Leon 112
3 D. Song R. Vasquez 115
4 Iguazu B. Aguirre 110
5 Poliz6n R. L. Gil 112
6 Mezereum H. Ruiz 110

8th Race 6th Serial Imp. 6 Fit.
Puna $400.00 Peel Cletaa 4:40

QUINIELA

1-Grimllda

2 Lanero
3 T. Collins
4 Morenote
5 Alminar
6 M. Mason
7 (Kiosco
8 (Copadora
9 M. Slipper

E. Dario 105

J. Jimenez U2x
G. Vasquez lOlx
H. Ruiz 106
E. Ortega 103
B. Aguirre 113
S. Corvajal 115
O. de Leon 112
F. Godoy 108

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4th Race "H" Nativei 5 Fat.

Puna $275.00 Peal Cletet 2:20
QUINIELA
1 La Pampanlnl de Leon 104
2 Que Lindo D.. Cortez 104
3 Don Manuel G. Vasquez 97x
4 Solito B. Aguirre 117
5 Francisquito F. Gatica 113
6 Tap Lady A. Gonzalez 105
7 Filon C. Ruiz 114
8 Tacera B. Baeza 108
9 Toxic J. Gdngora 114

9th Race Independence Day Clinic"
Open 1 Va Milai, Puna $10,000 AM.
Peel Cletet 5:15 ONE-TWO
1 Melendea A. Ycaza 116

2 Polembn J. Bravo 113
3 Paauiro L. Giraldo 116

4 T. Wall G. Sanchez 1J6

5 Alhajar J. Rodriguez 116
6 Golazo F. Gatica 113
7 P. Flynn A. Vasquez 116

8 (Mossadeq, R. Vasquez 116

9 (Opulento F. Alvarez us
10- G. Trotter) B. Aguirre 116

11-Emp. Honey) D. Cortez 116

5th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fat.
Puna $650.00 Peel Cletet 2:55

1 Abrami

2 Volcanico
3 Certero
4 Starwick
5 Palmer

F. Alvarez 110

D. Cortez 118
O.' de Leon 103
B. Aguirre 115
A. Vasquez 118

6th Race 5th Serial Imp. 7 Fat.
Puna $500.00 Peel Cletei 3:35

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Reynold

2 My Friend
3 Nesscliffe
4 E. Magic
5 Rlscal
6 Socorrito
7 M. Maker
8 Oyster

G. Sanchez 110
O. de Leon 113
G. Montero 103jc
S. Carvaial 110
F. Godoy 113
R. L. Gil 108
J. Gongora 110
F. Alvarez 112

10th Rica, Rap. Argentina Puna, 7 P.
3rd Serial Imported"

Puna $650.00 Peel Cletet 5:40
1 Gavilan ,A. Vasquez 115

2 Kiroga R. Vasquez 115

3 Double Four J. Bravo no

4 Tibur6n A. Ycaza 115

5 Trirreme B. Baeza 110
6 Eric G. Sanchez 115

SEC Expected To Continue
Unneighborly Treatment
Of Atlantic Coast Teams

r Mim m Law

y BILL CLARK
ATLANTA. Nov. 2 (UP1 Unless

the pigskin takes some surprising
bounces Saturday, Southeastern

Conference clubs are expected to

continue their unneignoony treat treatment
ment treatment of a sub-par Atlantic Coast
Conference crop.
The weekend menu offers four
such opportunities with the Geor

gia Tech -Duke and: Tennessee-

North Carolina tiffs topping the
card.
Vanderbilt could run into unex unex-pcted
pcted unex-pcted trouble from a Virginia
team which is 3-3 on the season.

Tommy Mont's Maryland Terra

pins, who face Kentucky, are suu
seasoning for the split -T attack
they formerly had patented.
Thus far in the 1956. campaign,
clubs from the neighboring
leagues have tangled four times
with Clemson's 20-20 tie with Flor Florida
ida Florida the best effort the ACC could
muster. Bowden Wyatt's Volun Volunteers
teers Volunteers swamped both Duke and
Maryland and the Georgia Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs played perhaps treir finest
game of the year to whip North
Carolina 26-12.
Tech, Vela Pavaree!
Georgia Tech, which has rolled
successively over three conference

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KNOCK 'EM DOWAL.No. 5

foes by a point total of 107-14, fig figures
ures figures to continue its march over
an in-and-out Duke team whose
best win was over Southern Meth Methodist.
odist. Methodist. Tennessee, playing its fourth

straight game on the friendly turf
of Shields-Watkins Stadium should
find Jim Tatum's Tar Heels just

stout enough to keep the Vol at

tack primed for its crucial battle

with Georgia Tech a week later.
Within the boundaries of the
SEC, four games are on tap with
the results of two hardly in doubt

Mississippi, shocked by two

straight upset losses to Tulane and

Arkansas, invades Baton Rouge to
tangle with winles LSU. The Reb Rebels
els Rebels are heavy favorites to regain
their, victory stride.
Green Over Marten
Tulane. most surprising entry of

the campaign, will go after Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State which last week
made Alabama, delirious with its
first victory in 20 starts. The
Greenies' Gene Newton and hard hard-running
running hard-running Ronnie Quillian should
put Andy Pilney back on the cred credit
it credit side.
.. "ff. : 1.'. .
J. B. Whitworth's Crimson Tide

hosts Georgia in a' game both

clubs have been pointing to as
passible relief for win-starved sys
terns. Alabama, fresh from its
Mississippi State triumph, could
bold the mental edge now that the
pressure is reduced.
"Florida and Auburn pit speedy
backfield combinations in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville in a near' toss-up. It'll be the
Gators' Jimmy .Rountree, Jackie
Simpson and Joe Brodsky match matching
ing matching pace and power with Tiger
dandies Tommy Lorino and Bobby
Hoppe and Howell Tubbs, just off
the ailing list.
, In a non -conference struggle,

Florida State goes against a fa'

vored Miami eleven in Miami
Andy Gustafson':, Hurricanes rate
the edge with fullback Don Boes Boes-seler
seler Boes-seler the chief difference.

You Must Develop Timing

FiWi tf H written for NIA Serv Service
ice Service sad The Panama American
By DICK WEBER
Member ef All-American Team
SOME start with good timing.
They are lucky. Unfortunate Unfortunately,
ly, Unfortunately, the average person doesn't get
this break.
If timing doesn't come natural naturally,
ly, naturally, it must be developed. The
bowler must think about timing
and should practice it until he has
achieved a delivery that has no
kinks, jerks, moments of hesita hesitation
tion hesitation or a sudden speed-up.
Steer clear of the hop, skip and
jump approach seen all too often.
The goal is to develop a fluid,
rhythmic motion from the first
step to the end of the follow
through. Feet and arms should
work in complete harmony. Any

acceleration should be gentle.
Release the ball in the same re

lationship to the left foot each
time and place it on the alley in

the exact same spot every time.
Don't try for speed alone. Set
your sights on coordination of
arms and feet, a gently accelerat accelerated
ed accelerated pace, and uniformity.
Bowling out of St. Louis, I join joined
ed joined Ray Bluth to win the 1955-56
national rlmihlM match same

rhamDionshiD. setting a new worlrl

record of 1,541 for six games. 1
won the southern match game ti title.
tle. title. I did this with timing.

ON TIME Dick Weber makes
it look easy, but only hard
work develops timing.

PR0N0STIC0S HIPICOS DE
LA REVISTA 18"
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I. 1956

1 Leve'i Girdle
2 El Fakir
3 Dan Brifide
4 SeUte
5 Palmar
6 -Oyiter
7 Little Peel
I Merry Mate
10 Daubla Feur

Curare (a)
Jacjiiimate
Den Geye (a)
Texic
Volcinico
Money Maker
Febrero II
Grimilda
Pappa Flynn
Trirrame

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Dixiprincess
2 Camberwell
3 Ocean Star
4 FrancisquHo
5 Palmer
6 Money Maker
7 Mekereum
g Merry Mason
Q Mnssadea (e)

10 Trirreme

Love's Girdle
El Fakir
Don Brifido
Solito
Volcanico
Oyster
Febrero II
Grmilda
Pappa Flynn
Double Four

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NOVEMBER

1956

Out Si

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Congratulations Jo 4ii Panamanians

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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1934
BHS-JC Play Anchorless Anchor Game Tonight I

PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

Bulldogs Big Favorites
To Clinch Interschools
Football Championship
The anchor game even though the symbolic
anchor has been filched by rabid fans will be play played
ed played tonight at 7. Game site is Balboa Stadium with
cross campus rivals Junior College and Balboa High
School vying for possession of the missing wooden
anchor that has been the game's prize since 1943.

An Overflow li anticipated, 'at tackle made it very rough on
and the ticket booth opens at the Bulldog's last time they met.

Tnese dovs. aiuiiK mm

6:30.

Off Held ejtcitement lor wis
game, i.e., raids on hills, bubbles
fn fountains, anchors cut on the
side of 80sa,' green paint splash splashed
ed splashed around, has been running at
feverish peaks.
Balboa Will be- favored to take
tfcelr second straight game from
their cross campus rivals. The
Bulldog s squeaked by in the first
game 1-6, and realize they have
their work cut out to win to tonight.
night. tonight. Spearheading the offensive
work of the high school team
will be two fine halfbacks, Owen
Sutherland and Danny Winkl6s Winkl6s-kyi
kyi Winkl6s-kyi In all probability Ritchie
More will get the call to direct
the Balboa split-T while Larry
Eastman will be ready to go if
More falters.

Dodgers Blast AC Finishes Unbeaten Season

nvs

from John Schmidt tacaie ana

Bob Orvis backing up the line,

will have to assume Uie Drum

of the high school striking pow

er.
Bob Fearon and Ken Morris
give the high school good per performers
formers performers in the middle of the line
while Jack Winklosky has. shown
gretat improvement as a defen defensive
sive defensive end. in the key linebacking
positions Larry Slegel, who plays
an offensive end, has been con consistently
sistently consistently good, but even he
found it hard to get a good shot
at quick backs like Cicero and
Smith.
This is a game that could de decide
cide decide the chamDionshiD in the

Canal Zone inter scholastic

League. It could, that is, if Bal Balboa
boa Balboa wins. If they don't the 1956

Eight Homers
To Win 14-0

OSAKA, Japan, Nor. I (UP)
The Brooklyn Dodgers went
on a home ran rampage today
to blank, 14-0, a pickup team
of the Japanese YomhiH Gr Grants
ants Grants and Nankal Hawks before
newly 4,M spectators at the
Namba Stadium here.
Jim Gentle accounted for
two his sixth and seventh
of the Dodgers' eight round round-trippers,
trippers, round-trippers, the most the Bums
have collected in any game on
their current barnstorming
tour of Japan.

Tasco Battery

Golf Tourney

Begins Nov. 17

The tournament committee of
the Fort Amador Golf Club has
announced to club members the
details of the annual handicap
"Tasco Battery Golf Tourna Tournament,"
ment," Tournament," under the sponsorship of
Angus O. Matheny of the Auto
Service Company of Panama Ci City,
ty, City, distributors of Qoodyear
products and Tasco batteries.

Club members will be match

ing strokes for prises tnait have
a retail value of over a $1,000
consisting of Goodyear tires,
Goodyear aiu foam mattresses
and several Tasco batteries.

The handicaps under the

United States Golf Association
System will be placed in effect
in accordance with previous
news bulletin Issued to all club
members. Handicaps for this
tournament will be determined

from scores posted during the
period of Aug. 1 to Nov. 1. Mem Members
bers Members Are requested to watch the
bulletin board at the club for the
listing of the newly established
handicaps which will be used
throughout the Tasco Battery

Tournament.

With 12-7 Victory Over CHS

By BILL BELL
The Athletic Club, paced by
the clever running of quarter quarterback
back quarterback Arnold Manning and full fullback
back fullback Carl Tuttle, ended its sea season
son season last night unbeaten, once once-tied
tied once-tied and the uncrowned, ineligi ineligible
ble ineligible champion of Isthmian football.

They did it, 12-7. at Mt.
Hope before an excited crowd
of Cristobal U gh School par partisans
tisans partisans Who weren't charged a
penny for their presence. It
was free night at the gate for
osme 800 fans.
The score wasn't as close as
the score shows, however. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal scored their touchdown as
the fourth ouarter faded rapidly

(as was the Athletic Club

strength). But AC rolled up 220

yards to the Tiger 143, tney

made four stabs Inside the Cris

tobal 20-yard line to one for the
losers, and they chalked up a
first-down margin of 8-8.

Tuttle scored both AC teectees,
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on 11 ana 32-yara pmys. inc

two scores came in the second

and fourth periods, and the fi

nal one was a beauty. Tuttle
scooted off right tackle into the
arms of a linebacker who could

out hold him, ran through two

more defenders, over another,

and outlegged the safety man

to the end zone.
Cristobal got their seven
points on a powerful 25-yard
dash by tailback Bill Gibson, a
threat all night Keith Kulig
kicked the point-afler.
With the win, AC made their
record 3-0-1, with the sole blot
an early -season 7-7 draw with
the same Tigers. The highlight
of Athletic seasonal play was
no doubt their 20-0 blanking

of Balboa's defending cham
r on Bulldogs two weeks ago.

Cristobal still has a game re remainingtheir
mainingtheir remainingtheir traditional cross-
Pnnal hat tip with Rnlhna

The game, as all other camel

tnis AC season, almost totally

belonged to Manning and Tut-

le. Manning, bulldozing his way

through guard slots of a leaky

5-3-2-1 Cristobal defense, picked

up 107 yards running and added

a nass completion for another

five. Tuttle, including both TDS,

gained 72 yards, mostly around

end.

Hoople Nixes Congress,
But Puts OK On Badgers

BULLDOG STANDOUTS Larry Slegel, number 85, and Bob
Fearon 70, are two of the 11 seniors on the BHS football team
who will entering the final stages of the high school football
this Friday night when the Bulldogs play the Junior College
eleven. Siegel who plays end on offense and linebacker on
defense has been a standout throughout the season. He will
have to be at his best against the Devils If the high school is
to win. Fearon, another versatile performer, plays either tackle
or guard Sometimes his coaches have him at the tackle spot
and other times will find him doing an eaually outstanding
.lob at guard.

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The Green Devils can coun counter
ter counter wth their own offensive
strength. Not as big as the
high school halfbacks, but ev every
ery every Mt as danrerous, Joe Cice

ro and Frank Smith will be
counted on to make the quick
openers and wide plays go for
yards. Dick Home will provide
the power from his fullback
pot and Fred Raybourne and
Bill Coffey will supply the
brains and passing.
Defensively both teams have
key men who will be counted on
heavily if their team la to win.
Bob Fogel, college end, pete
Lang at guard,and Dick Rlchter

champ will be determined by the
results of a game next Friday at
Mt. Hope between the two high
Schools, college has a tremen-

dous desire to win at least one

gam of football this season, and
Balboa has just as much desire
to clinch the title tonight.

Dial champion New York Yankees
haven't had a 25 game winning

; pitcher since 1934 when Vernon
I (lefty) Gomez turned in a spec spec-Uacular
Uacular spec-Uacular 26-5 recorJ for a team

that failed to win the pennant.
DENVER (UP)- Athletic Direr.

tor Robert Whitlow said yester yesterday
day yesterday that the Air Force Academy
football team cannot consider any
bowl bid until its regular season
is completed.
He informed Dick Wilson, chair chairman
man chairman of the Refrigerator Bowl se selection
lection selection committee at Evanston
111., that a feeler for the Dec. 2
game was "greatly appreciated."
PHILADELPHIA (UP) You'll
hniTa i r Irnn.m, n 1

7 y,? x j th nrrfnni- M"vo w uw an aumirai or gen-
try Club and represent he organi if you,re a
zation on the PGA circuit. stiU want to 5Ce thls years Army
,.,.t,t.,C7 Fnrmpr Navy ame at Municipal Stadium,
WASHINGTON (UP) Form" Dep M(,
Michigan State h 1 f b a c k help.

weus-nas Deen gran.ea u.-.. two academies announced

wave Dy tne Army ami ucj simultaneously yesterday that
ship. t.n nlav lor the Washington; th annual Maaeir im a enDmtt

Hedsfcins for Hie remainder w me

When all entries ha ve been re

ceived the tournament commit

tee will senaapie the field into

three equal groups In accordance
with handicaps' (for example, 1-

12, 13-24, and 25-3U handicap
groups).
The tournament will be a 72
hole medal play, with a maxi maximum
mum maximum of 36 handicap, partici participants
pants participants will be required to play

one tournament round of 1 18

holes eaeh week for four consec

utive weeks, with the first
round to be played between Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov. 17 through Friday,
Nov. 23. AH members will be
mailed complete tournament

rules and additional copies will

bf available at the clubhouse.

Friday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m., is the
deadline for entries in the tour

nament. This deadline is neces

sary to insure proper division

of groups and give all partici participants
pants participants an equal opportunity of

winning one of the useful ana
costly prizes provided by the
Sponsor.

anvTocal tournament and the jeer, Glenn Redmond, John

hcluh feels that it is quite an j Mitchusson, Chester Luhr.

By MARSAIL
At 6 o'clock tomorrow morn

ing, the 1956 Annual Margin
Tournament, sponsored by the
PAnaroa Marlin Club will be on

its way There are aireauy some
"firsts" for 'this year, one of
which the Marlin Club is espe especially
cially especially elated about and that is
an entry by the Panama Caanl
Company. It is the -first time
taht the Panama Canal Com-

nanv has snonsored a team

Robert Roche, Russell George,

W. C. Bailey.
Naustilus Milton W r i ght,
Chubby Wright, Theodore
Schmidt, George B. Nickel, H. E.
Rodgers, Robert V. Vlk.
Nola J. Andrew, Marjorie
Eastwood, T. Feurlein, M. Jack Jackson.
son. Jackson. Seri Capt. Harry Wilder.
Soltura Oscar Johnson,
William Hall, Robert Berry, A.
Nlta.

Tin Goose Donald H. Spen-

Sports Briefs

SAN DIEGO. Calif. (UP)-Pro
golfer Tommy Bolt is considering
an "attractive offer" to become

bead pro at the Knollwood Coun

National Football eague season

Waivers have been asked on tack-

CHICAGO (UP)- A Big Ten

special committee took a breather

le Slue Witucki to make room foritodav from its task of Drenarin

wens.

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (UP)-Get-tysburg
hadn't lost a home foot football
ball football game since 1952 until it bowed,
2118, to Lehigh this year.

leglslatio to tighten up and make

more i specific the conference's

rules on recruiting and aid to ath
letes.

The groupmet for two days to

consider the problem and Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Commissioner Bill Reed said

BALTIMORE (UP) War Ad- it was "deep in details." Another

miral, who won the first PimhccH meeting waj scheduled for Nov.
Special, tus sired 36 stakes win- 19 for furthe work to prepare the
ners since his retirement to stud. 'legislation for submission to the
i conference at a regular meeting
NEW YORK (UP) The peren-in December.

College Football

Attendance Up
6.81 Per Cent

NEW YORK (UP)-CoBege foot football
ball football attendance is up 6.81 per cent

this season over the correspond

ing period a year ago and the only

section to show a decrease is the
scandal-plagued Pacific Coast, a
United Press survey revealed today.

The biggest increases overall
were in the Southwest, which
showed a whopping gain of 20.37
per cent and the East where the

crowds were up 17.26 per cent.
The Rocky Mountain area showed

a 7.98 per cent boost, the Midwest
was up 6.21 per cent, the South

1.25 and the Midlands 1.13.
The crowd decline on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast was not severe, total totaling
ing totaling 1.65 per cent and it was due
mainly to a drop of more than
100,000 at UCLA. Other conference
schools reported attendance gains.
The tabulations were based on
home crowds at 112 colleges and
showed a total of 7,776,062 fans at
316 gamei to date as compared
with 7,280,565 for the same num number
ber number of games at this stage in 1955.
The average attendance per.
game nationwide this year is 24, 24,-608
608 24,-608 as against 23,040 for last year.

honor to be recognised by Gov Gov-ornftr
ornftr Gov-ornftr Tnttr t,n th extent of

entering a boat and team in
this contest. The club extends
best wishes to the crew and good
luck in the tournament.
There is another team of all
women from the Army, Air Force
and Navy in this yew's tourna tournament
ment tournament for the first time.
Virginia Spencer, one of our
veteran lady fisherwomen, who
is unable to enter the tourna tournament
ment tournament this year, is donating a
nriae for the largest marlin

caught by a woman or, if no
marlin caught, for the largest j
fish caught by any woman.
Frank Violette Is having the 1
usual strawberry shortcake par- j

ty on board the seri tor tne -dies,
tentatively set for Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evenlncr In Plftas Bay. All

ladles in the tournament invit

ed.

Following are tne boats ana
crews entered as received by the
committee to date excepting
service boats:
Caiman II John C. Schmidt,
Eddie Kennerd, -Sam Field, Har Harold
old Harold Clarke, Paul Zimmerman,

Carlos d Espriena.
Hula Russell Meissner,
Catherine Meissner; Wm. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Ruth Jensen, Leroy Jensen,
Wilma Roessler.
Flying Scot Bill Adams, Da David
vid David Bishop, William Hoelzle, D.
Bl Rey h. E. Roblson, Fred
Lavalle.
L Reina H. P. Burchett,
Lena Burchett, George Metzger,

Viking John McConaghy,

Tillie McConaghy, Harry Whea Whea-ton,
ton, Whea-ton, Paul Davis, Wm. T. Bailey,
Harry 'Chippeaux.

Who Cares Bobby King.

Clifford Gillock, Robert Grier,

Rouble Adams, J. Slover, Rich Richard
ard Richard Chesson, J. Gettle.
Roberta C. H. McRaven, H.
F. Chase, Joseph Romeskie.
Runner Paul Runnestrand,
John Hollen, otto Helmrichs,
Alton White, Howard Walling,
John Thompson.

But take nothing from the
Athletic line. Marv Whltlock, a
cruel tackier, and Lou Taber,
who recovered two Tiger fum fumbles,
bles, fumbles, led the forwards.
They had a little trouble,
though, with Dan concepcion
(who added ud 28 yards) and

Gibson (who gained 58 yards
anri nacseH fnr in nririitinnal

1 24), who pierced the AC 6-2-3
l defensp early in the eame Lat-

er, however, the club tlghtenea
up tne middle of the secondary
and made ground-gaining more
difficult.
AC marched 80 yards from
their own 10 early in the second
period only to have Wendell
Sasso intercept a pass In his own

plays later AC had their score.
After the interception and
runback to the five, Cristobal's
Kulig kicked out to the 31. Tut Tuttle
tle Tuttle knocked off eight of the 31

yards, Jerry Dare another three,
and Ed Armitage set up the
score with a nlne-yarder tq the
11. From there, Manning palm palmed
ed palmed a quick opener to Tttttle, who
went the rest of the way un untouched.
touched. untouched. The PAT try failed.
Early in the last quarter, Ku Kulig
lig Kulig punted to the 48. In two
plays, AC had the winning
score. F'rst, Manning wheeled
16 yards, helped by a body
bruising block by Whltlock,
and then Tuttle made his 32 32-yard
yard 32-yard payoff sprint.
The Tigers struck back quick quickly.
ly. quickly. They moved 60 yards from
the ensuing kickoff in five plays
with two passes figuring heavi

ly in the score. Gibson hit Jim-H

my Brooks for 15 and Don Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey for nine, sent Kulig spin spinning
ning spinning for 17 to the 19, and turned

himself loose for the score, a

pretty play that went around
right end.
One play later the game ended.

By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
Inventor of Unbalanced Line
Halloo, all my ardent follow followers!
ers! followers! Today I bail you with pleas pleasure,
ure, pleasure, occasioned by a note I just
received urging me to run for
Congress!
Of course I must decline.

What with football forecasting
for my faithful clientele, manag manag-ine
ine manag-ine mv duties as secretary of

the owls Club, the lateness of

the hour all these compel me

to decline har-rumph!

But you might be interested in

readine the letter: "Dear Hoo

pie: You pic ted Rutgers to oeat

Boston college by a score oi zu
to 13. The final score of the
game was Boston College 32,
Rutgers 0. Man, who oughta run
for Congress! Signed, Alexander
Chalk."

However, Mr. Chalk, I am sel

ecting- just as big an upset this

week Wisconsin to topple Micn-

igan State hak-kaff! And Iowa

to maul mighty Michigan! There

are indications of a minor upset

in the Southland, where Loul
siana State will nose out Mis
sissippi.

Now get along with the rest of

my Saturday slate:
Army 20, Colgate 12
Princ eton 27, Brown 13

9

Sports Shorts

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 2 (UP)

With the departure of the first
planeload of Olympic games per performers
formers performers but three days away, the
U.S. Olympic track and field team

holds its final practice meet today
at Memorial Coliseum.

On the basis of performances to

day and his appraisal of the
chance of certain athletes to re

gain their form of last June, head

Coach Jim Kelly will determine
whether alternates should replace

doubtful performers on the travel traveling
ing traveling squad.

'The .Id boy himselL

Columbia 14, Cornell 7
Yale 20, Dartmouth 7
Penn 19, Harvard 14
Kentucky 27, Maryland U .'J
Notre Dame 26, Navy 7
Syracuse 14, Penn State 1
Minnesota 13, Pitt
Illinois 20, Purdue 11
Iowa 14, Michigan 7
Wisconsin 20, Michigan State 14
Ohio State 34, Northwestern 7
Kansas 20, Kansas State S
Missouri 19, Nebraska 7
Oklahoma 27, Colorado 14
Georgia 20, Alabama 7
Tex. A. and M. 20, Arkansas 13
Florida 14, Auburn 7
Tex. Christian 21, Baylor 7

Georgia Tech 27, Duke 12
La. St. 13, Mississippi 7

Tennessee 19, No. Carolina 7

So. Methodist 33, Texas 20
California 14, Oregon 0
Oregon State 20, Washington S
So. California 20, Wash. State 0
Stanford 21, UCLA 14
BHS 14, J.C 0

Additional Sports
On Page 8

Today i Fnconto .35 .20"
Deborah Kerr in
"THE KING AND I"
In Cinemascope 55
Plus: "LIVING SWAMP"

Todav IDEAL 20 .70
"TIGER WOMAN"
Chapters 11-13
"G. I. WAR BRIDES
"On The Old Spanish Trail"

Oklahoma Soul
Of Notre Dame On
CFH-TV Tomorrow
A kinescope of last Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's football game between
Notre Dame and Oklahoma ar arrived
rived arrived here late yesterday and
will be shown over CFN-TV to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow beginning at 2 p.m.
Except, for the seven games
f the 1956 World Series, cur current
rent current national sports programs
have not been available to
CFN-TV. It is not presently
known whether or not games
of the current football season
will be available to the station.

Ed Price Resigns
As Texas Coach;
Hung In Effigy

AUSTIN. Tex. Nov. 2 (UP) Ed

Price, the most successful South Southwest
west Southwest Conference coach, resigned
his job Wednesday after his 1956

Texas Longhorns -dropped five of

their six games and he had been
hanged ir effigy.
The resignation Is effective Dec.

31. Price still had another year

to go on a contract calling for
$12,500 per season.

The athletic council accepted

the resignation "with regret" and
indicated that no action Would be

taken toward naming a successor
until after the season ends.
Price's resignation left the uni university
versity university with two top posts to fill.
Veteran Athletic Director Dana X.
Bible is stepping down to modified
service at the end of this school
year. Price had been mentioned as
a possibh successor.
There is a possibility the ath athletic
letic athletic council may combine the two
jobs, as Bible wishes to remain
in an advisory capacity.
Price, a quiet-spoken, 47-year
old Texas product, had a confer conference
ence conference record to date of 20 victories,
11 losses and one tie, better than
any of his rival coaches in the
powerful Southwest loop can mus

ter. His overall record is 33 vic victories,
tories, victories, 26 losses and a tie.
First All Right!
TOKYO, Nov. 2 (UP) The
first heavyweight boxer in Japa Japanese
nese Japanese history made his debut last
night and was knocked out in
23 seconds of the first round by
Charlie Timms of Chicago.

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laneous miscellaneous glasses. Russel Wright
dishes, chain. Reasonable prices.
2309-B, Lai truces, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Badi, chain, 1947
Plymouth, washer, blinds, dish dishes,
es, dishes, ate. Millar, 0599-D Bayano,
Ancon.
FOR SALE: Rattan chaita
lounge, settee, 3 chain, I an
nd
tabla, 1 mahogany bar, w
tools. 886 Morgan St., Balboa
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Dark brown Siamaia
mala cat, blue eyes, rad collar.
Name "Fa Fo." Lost Coco Solo.
Phono Coco Solo 712 or 555
Bids Worth $10,263
Okayed By Contract
Low offers totaling $10,263.95
were entered by four Panama con contractors
tractors contractors on four separate Panama
Canal projects for which bids were
opened this week in the adminis administration
tration administration Building at Balboa
Heights.
The projects included the re replacement
placement replacement of a sewer main at
Coco Solo Hospital; construction
of a covered passageway at tha
Santa Crux School; acoustical
treatment of Room 316 in the
Balboa Heights Administration
Building; and the demolition of
a section of the Ancon Laundry,
'.
C. A. High made a low bid of

$4,252.95 on thjLCoco Solo sewer 1 Awards are being given for the
main work wnw will consist- ofteighth consecutive year to indivi indivi-the
the indivi-the removal of the existing ipe,duals, organizations, and schools

the laying of a new 8-inch pipe be-' "for their work in bringing about
tween Coco Solo Hospital and the (better understanding of the Amer Amer-sewage
sewage Amer-sewage treatment plant. jican way of life," the foundation,

E. O. Hauke, of Colon, was low
with a bid of $3,614 for the con construction
struction construction of a steef frame, alumi aluminum
num aluminum roofed covered passageway
between the Santa Cruz Elementa
ry School and the School Gymna
sium.
A bid of $599 was made by H.j
I. Hnma for the Installation of ac-
coustical tile on the celling and
nart of the wall of the outer office
Ot lire angineenng aiiu vumuuv-i
tion Director in tne Aaminisira
tion Building,
Chain Singh entered a low bid
of $1,798 on tie work at Ancon
Laundry which will consist essen-
tially of demolishing and removing
a nart of the laundry building
hih mac nunc m nuuse we ic-
tail section. The wore aiso win
WIHVU rf -- nil
include the removal oi a concrete
platform, the construction of roof
rhanon the installation of win
dows, and the grading of the area.
38 Jap Fishermen
Die In Heavy Sea
TOKYO Nov. 2 (UP)-The loss
of 38 fishermen yesterday in the
northeastern port of Ishinomaki
inrrsased the unofficial toll of this
week's freak storms in Japan to
82 persons dead or missing.
Only seven of 45 crewmen of the
mackerel boat Hyoei Maru are
known to have survived when the
boat capsized after heavy seas
had dashed it against the Ishino Ishinomaki
maki Ishinomaki breakwater.
Other casualties resulting from
the storms that lashed northern
Japan Tuesday and yesterday
were caused for the most part by
floods that followed the torrential
rains.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Stairs District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
' Division of Balboa
Harrv F. Cranfield, Plaintiff vs. Fran
ces E. Cranfield, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 4401. Civil Docket 21. Action
of divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby reauired to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety r'ays
after the first date of publication.
In cose of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment win oe taxen a a-against
against a-against you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
Witness me MonoraDie uuinne r
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District Of the Canal Zone.
this October 24, 1956.
C. T. MH'ockmlck, Jr.
Clerk.
(Seal)
By Lois E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk.
To Frances E. Cranfield:
The foregoing summons is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone
dated October 19, 1956, and entere'1 anfft
filed in this action in the office of toe
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
October 19, 1956.
C. T. MrCockmiek, Jr.
Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
By Lois E. Harrison

THE

YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY

AD WITH ONE OF
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Singar 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. Wfnstead, Balboa
6444 or 6360.
FOR SALE: 1956 Hillman Cali California
fornia California wjth whitewall tires, like
new. Call Bal. 2-2506 after 4
p.m. Call anytime Sat. & Sun.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Road-master-Riviera,
good tires, radio,
lots of extras, excellent trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2913,
House 1541-B, Mango Street.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
conve ible, 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: 1954 Ford V-8
Tudor Customline, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone Balboa 2-2928.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victo Victoria
ria Victoria two-door sedan wnew bat battery,
tery, battery, well painted, $600. Call
83-4142 Curundu, C.Z., from 5
p.m. on.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, excellent condition $1175.
Call Albrook 6127.
FOR SALE: T953 Buick Road Road-master
master Road-master 4-door V-8, power steer steering,
ing, steering, brakes, windows, 'seats.
Many -other extras, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Rodman 3338,. Sgt.
i Grimsley.
Freedom Essays
Must Be In
By Nov. 11
Deadline for the 1956 Freedoms
Foundation contest is Nov. 11
i valley Forge, ra., said.
The "Valley Forgo Patriot's A-
ward" is for members of the U U-nitad
nitad U-nitad States armed forced on ac active
tive active duty and is being awarded
i for letter of between 100 and 500
words with the theme "My Vote
.Freedom's Privilege."
The 1956 prizes include one a a-ward
ward a-ward of $1000, two $500 awards,
80 awards of $100, plus George
Washington Honor Medals. Each
rop award is predentin in twin
memoration of a Congresssional
Medal of Honor holder.
To be eligible, all material must
have been written, developed, or
rdeased after Nov. 11, 1955, and
must be submitted no later than
Veterans' Day, Nov. 11, 1956 to
Freedoms Foundation at Valley
hnrep ra.
o
PC Employe Fired
For Unauthorized
Liquor Purchase
An emnlove In the Panama
Canal organization was dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed from the service this week for
making an unauthorized pur purchase
chase purchase of liquors.
The emDlove was a Panama
nian citizen who resided in Pan Panama
ama Panama and therefore Is not enti
tled to buy alcoholic beverages
at reduced import duty.
Hp was one of the group of
firelighters transferred to the
Canal Zone government when
firefighting facilities in the Zone
were consolidated and he had
been on duty at the Balboa sta
tion since his transfer.
Employes are subject to oisci oisci-nlinarv
nlinarv oisci-nlinarv action for any infrac
tion of the Commissary purchase
and frep entrv Drivlleees, includ
ing dismissal from the service in
flagrant causes.
. The dismissal this week came
after a prior violation of Com Commissary
missary Commissary purchase privileges a a-bout
bout a-bout one year ago. Other penal penalties
ties penalties for such violations include
suspension from service and
withdrawal of purchase privil
eges.
Potter To Speak
At Veterans Day
Program In Balboa
Gov. William E. Potter will be
the principal speaker at the
Veterans Day observance to be
held at Balboa Stadium Nov. 12,
it was announced today by the
Veterans Day committee.
The Governor, in accepting
the invitation, commended the
Veterans organization in the
Canal Zone in joining together
to make possible an appropriate
celebration of this memorial
date.

PANAMA AMERICAN AH

OUR AGENTS OR
ivii,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
rUK SALE
Miscellaneous
AMATEURS, ATTENTION: A
complete set of Beam Antennas
for sale, 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: 140 Penn fishing
reel with 500 yards 30-cord line.
Phone 3-2726.
FOR SALE: Mahogany desk,
typewriter stand, matching stool,
new condition. Reasonable. Call
Curundu 4272 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Remington auto autoloading
loading autoloading 12-gauge shotgun with
polly clock, new, $80. Box 794,
Balboa.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE: Sealed bids, for opening
in public, will be received at the
office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for the following
items: INVITATION No. 310
Jacks, Gagas, Hose, Belting and
Belts, Gaskets, Packing, Rubber,
Sponges, Clay pipe, Clay pipe
fittings, Rotln, Tar, Cleaning
c e m p o und, Trichloreothylene,
Zinc sulphate, Cartridges, Refri Refrigeration
geration Refrigeration part, Valves, Compres Compressor
sor Compressor and Cooler parts. TO BB
OPENED 10:30 A.M., NOVEM NOVEMBER
BER NOVEMBER 9, 1956. INVITATION
No. S t 57 3 14 Panelboards,
Receptacles, Wiring Devices,
Switches, Switch parts, Fuses,
Connectors, Terminals, Griddle,
Kettle, Heater and Range parts,
Parts for Coffee Maker, Coffee
Urn, Steam Table and Bowling
Equipment, Paint and Pigment.
TO BE OPENED 9:30 AM NO NOVEMBER
VEMBER NOVEMBER 9, 1956. INVITA INVITATION
TION INVITATION No S-57-315 Fire ex extinguishers.
tinguishers. extinguishers. Cleaner, Compres Compressor,
sor, Compressor, Drills, Grease Guns, Drill
Press, Hacksaw machine, Lathe,
Pipe & Bolt cutting machines,
Power drive machines, Sawing
machines, Tinsmith machine,
Drill Press, Scales, Soda water
flavoring. Bottle Caps, Electric
Drills, Show Cases, Trailer, Ham Hammers
mers Hammers (pneumatic), Timber Carr
riers, Cant Hoods, Pump, Count Count-'
' Count-' ers, Paper, Shear, Row Boat,
Battery Charger. TO BE OPEN OPENED
ED OPENED 2:30. P.M., NOVEMBER 9,
1956. Invitations may be ob obtained
tained obtained from) office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Storehouses, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1086. r
FOR SALE: National RHO-50-T
communications receiver with
coils A. BCD., excellent condi condition
tion condition $225. House 2352-A, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Flats, Sat. & Sun. after 2
p.m.
Atherly Obsequies
Tomorrow AI 4 P.M
Funeral services for the late
Robert J. Atherley. who died at
his home in Parque Lefevre
Thursday- night after a long 111 111-ness,
ness, 111-ness, will be held at St. Christo
pher's Church, Rio Abajo, to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 4, burial
following at Jardin d paz. The
body wifi be at the church from
2 p.m.
Tne lamily requests that no
flowers be sent, but those who
desire may give a contribution
to St. Christopher's Church, of
which the deceased was an ac
tive member.
Mr. Atherley, who was 71 years
old, migrated from the island of
Barbados on June 26, 1905, and
worked in Culebra and Balboa
post offices, in 1916 he was
transferred tto the Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Branch of the Panama Ca
nal as the first motorcycle mes
seneer and later to the mailing
room. He was retired on Sept.
30, 1954, removing shortly before
from La Boca to Parque Leievre,
Survivors are his widow, Mrs
Fredreca A. Atherley, who is
presently confined in Santo To-
mas hospital; sons Cyril D., an
employe of the Port Captain's
office, Balboa, and vice presi
dent of Paraiso Civic Council;
Eric, employed with the Payroll
Branch; daughters Eloise, Doro
thy, Mrs. Ursula St. Clair and
several grand cnimren.
Cleveland Smith
Returns To RP
As Medical Doctor
Dr. Cleveland E. Smith, former
ly of La Boca, is returning to the
Isthmus tomorrow to vist h i s
brother and sister after more than
ten years in the United States.
Dr. Smith has been practicing
medicine in Washington, D. C. He
will spend time between the homes
of his brother. Charles w., a vet
eran Army employe, in Panama
City and his sister, Mrs. Myrtle I
Pond of Gamboa.

INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET,

BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Spend your weak ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach In
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambea
6-441.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Position Ottered
POSITIONS OFFERED for 5 Army
Service Club assistant directors,
temporary, on Atlantic and Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side, women, preferably sin single.
gle. single. United States citixen. Pref Preference
erence Preference given to applicants with
education and experience in re recreation.
creation. recreation. Apply Staff Service
Club Director, Phone Clayton
5203.
Large U.S. manufacturer opening
sales office in Panama City needs
a stenographerclerk. Require Requirements:
ments: Requirements: Shorthand, dictaphone,
German translations. Airmail
application to D. F. Pfelffer, 999
South Broadway, Denver, Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, U.S.A., outlining your work
experience and educational
background. Include your phono
number, address and date when
you would be available for work.
State salary requirements. Inter Interviews
views Interviews will bo scheduled for No November
vember November 23rd.
Large U.S. manufacturer epeninaj
sales office In Panama City needs
two export sales correspondents
and an accountantbookkeeper
24-35 years of age, with good
knowledge of English. One sales
correspondent must also know
German. A knowledge of automo automotive
tive automotive and industrial rubber prod products
ucts products would be helpful. Some en engineering
gineering engineering background preferable.
The accountantboo k k e e p r
should be capable of handling an
accounting setup including clos closings,
ings, closings, preparation of statements,
profit and loss statements and
balance sheets and perform cer certain
tain certain other general office func functions
tions functions Airmail application to D.
F. Pfelffer, 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 for November 23rd.
Palsy, Mental Fight
Starts; Two Schools
Get Go-Ahead Grants
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (UP)
The U. S. Public Health Service
announced iday it will spend
more than one million dollars a
year for the next TO to 20 years
for research on. the causes of
cerebral palsy and mental retard
ation.
The program also will include
research on some forms of blind
ness and deafness. It will be spon
sored by the National Institute of
Neurological Diseases and Blind
ness.
Surgeon General Leroy E. Burn
ey said the first grants have been
awarded to Yale and Brown Uni
versities lor a four-year study
When the program gets into full
swing, he said, more than 6,000
persons win be studied over long
periods by many hospitals aha re
search institutions.
Until recently, cerebral palsy
and mental retardation were re
garded as incurable, afflictions, It
is now believed that many cases
of cerebral palsy stem from prev
entable defects which occur in the
prenatal, natal or postnatal phase
of a child s development.
Under the new government pro
gram, researchers will try to dis
cover patterns wmcb seem to
apply to cerebral palsy and ment
al retardation. They will parucu
larly try to assess the suspected
roles of heredity, lack of oxygen
injuries to the fetus during deliv
ery, infections in the mother, the
effects of various drugs used by
the mother, and nutritional fac
tors.
Masses of information on new
born children will be collected
including data on family history
prenatal and pregnancy history
and physical and psychological
examination. Children who show
signs of neurological stress or de;
fects will be studed for og
perods,
Do We Heiferto?
LONDON, Nov. 2 (UP)-Radio
Moscow reported today that 55
nedigreen American cattle have
arrived in the southern port of
Orloaaa aa a ffift. from the
"heifers project," a U.S. Farmers
association.

Quick

Apartment
ATTENTION, 6. 1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, I
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment, II
Cangrejo, Alberto Navarro St.
For information Phone 3-1982.
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 3-6012.
6012. 3-6012. 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: Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, G.I. inspected; fur furnished
nished furnished $80, unfurnished $70.
Jose de Fabraga Ave. No. 16.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment, military inspected.
Via "Porras 99 Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Apartment, San
Francisco da la Caleta No. 267,
4th Street and 4th Avenue, be behind
hind behind Macarena.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Via Porras and 12th St.,
No. I. Phone 3-1451.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living and dining room,
two porches, kitchen, hot water,
maid's room, 3 services, garage.
44th and Colombia Streets No.
44-17, Bella Vista. Information:
Apartment, Sousa Building.
ANY MAIL?
BOWERBANK, Me. (UP)
It is against the law in Maine to
shoot a moose, and there is at
least one moose on the loose that
knows it. The big bull moose
sirous to tne postouice nere, ai-
most daily.
'Flying Saucer'
Turns Out To Be
Weather Balloon
It isn't everyday that a flying
saucer is seen over Fort Amador,
but Sp3 Oscar (Tex) Miskell of
the 62nd MRU thought the day had
arrived when he saw a bright or
ange object fly over USARCARIB
headquarters building about 4 a.m.
recently.
Miskell had guard duty Thurs
day night and about the time of
the last guard relief he saw a
floating light overhead. His first
thought was this is a flying sau
cer. The officer of the day was
immediately contacted and even
the MPs were called into the act.
It was exciting while it lasted but
the "balloon" was soon punctured.
The saucer turned out to be only
a weather balloon launched from
the Fleet Weather Station at the
15th Naval District. The Navy re
leases a balloon each morning to
measure the humidity, atmospher atmospheric
ic atmospheric pressures and temperature.
The Girl That
They Marry...
LONDON. Nov. 2 (UP) Three
or four Englishmwomen ut of ev
ery ten are not virgms wnen
they marry, a British Kinsey-type
survey of sexual behavior showed
today.
The 650-page Chesser report
based on Interviews with o,i
F.nelishwompn showed that al
most two -fifths of the married
women -and 30 per cent of the sin single
gle single women questioned admitted
pre-marital intercourse.
The reDort said that on a per
centage basis, more upper end
middle class girls are not virgins
when they marry than girls from
the lower classes. It said the ma majority
jority majority of British girls have their
first sexual experience while still
in their teens.
to the
The survev also came
.hnplusinn that vireinitv has noth
ing to de with the happiness of a
marriage. And it said the lowest
proportion of happy marriages
was among women who did not
know their husband's incomes.
Port Strike Off
Temporarily
NEW YORK. Nov. 2 (UP) Pos;
nihility of a waterfront strike in
volving East and Gulf coast ports
was delayed 15 days when the In International
ternational International Longshoremen's Assn.
and the New York Shipping Assn.
screed to extend their existing
contract to midnight Nov. 15.
The previous pact, which had re
ceived a month's extension, ex-
nirorl at. mirlnicht last night.

Robert H. Moore, special assis The critical need that had to be
tant to the director of the Federa" be met without delay was that of
Medication and Conciliation Serv the blood supplies for the general
ir nricH th Mteiuinn as mean- DODulation of the Zone.

. .. 1
ni there is "every reason to
. ...

eve there will be an agreement,

' without misr.'upuon oi won.

Results!

PANAMA
Boats & Motors
USED BOAT, motor and trailer.
Make offer We buy. sell and
trade. See the new Thunderbird
fiber glass boat on display. Tha
toughest, fastest, lightest made.
ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, across side street Hotel
El Panama. Phone 3-0264.
FOR SALE: 1950 L-head Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln engine Overhauled and in
A-1 condition, ready to run.
Suitable for boat installation.
Phone Albrook 86-3101
Help Wanted
WANTED: Thoroughly experi experienced
enced experienced housekeeper-cook-laun-dress
for American couple Apply
at Apartment No. 4, 21 Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da 10, La Crests. Phone 3-0110.
Talk
To Be Given Tuesday
Af Balboa YMCA
Bob Macllavine, president of the
El Panama Skin Diving Club, will
talk on his favorite subject at the
naiuoa i .m.ij.a. this coming
Tuesday evening. The program,
called Adventure Underwater"
will start at 7:30 p.m.
Macllvaine, a local boy, has
been skin-diving about six years,
He has made several personal a a-chievements
chievements a-chievements in the new skin-diving
field.
The speaker will answer the
questions most frequently asked a a-boUt
boUt a-boUt diving: "How to get start started?,"
ed?," started?," "What eauinment is need
ed?," "Where to get it "How
much experience is necessary?,"
"Whpro In an fnr- rtnnA A-,Arn"
"Where to go for good diving
tie ana Tony Mann will bring
color slides and movies, and va-
New Blood
(Continued from Page 1)
tained of the less-common O-Neg-
ative, js-rositive, A-Negative, and
AB-Pflsitive. Only one pint each
need be kept of the rare B-Nega-tive
and AB-Negative types, Dr.
Cosgrove said, provided donors
with those rare types are register
ed and available.
With the current demand, stor
ing more than these amounts of
blood would be inefficient, he said.
This is because blood keeps in
storage only a limited time, and
must be diverted to laboratory
work and other less-vital uses aft after
er after its shelf-life limit has been
reached. Blood is considered fully
useful up to three weeks, but then
begins to deteriorate, and is re regarded
garded regarded as being only 50 per cent
effective in the fourth week. It is
not used for transfusions after 28
days of storage.
The names of all the volunteer
donors in the Company-Go ver ver-ment
ment ver-ment who had been registered
with the Red Cross have been
turned over to the respective di divisions',
visions', divisions', but the list is too small
and must be enlarged through
the enlistment of additional am am-loyea
loyea am-loyea willing to help replenish
the bank to replace blood given
to their own co-workers.
Lt. Col. David C. Burke, who
represented the Health Bureau at
the meeting, pointed out that a
generous response among all em
ployes to the registration call
would mean that no individual
need expect a call more than once
in nine months or a year, even
taking into consideration the need
for an initial effort to restock the
bank to a safe level.
The bureau representatives of
the Blood Replenishment Program
are presently appointing or recon
firming representatives among
their divisions. When this organi
zation is complete the divisional
representative's first rcsponsibui
ty will be to enlist the maxi
mum possible registrants for the
donor program. After that, their
function will be to receive calls
through official channels from the
blood bank for replenishment and
to locate and advise the regis registrants
trants registrants and expedite their visit to
i tor the actual dona
tion Employes are entitled to go
j urinal aiiu uiaivc uie uuuo-
tion on paid time.
At th. meeting of bureau repre
sentatives final revisions were
made to new donor-routing and
record-keeping forms for reproc
duction and distribution among
the divisions late this week, the
new program is expected to be un un-aer
aer un-aer way.
Colonel Burke told the meet meeting
ing meeting that the armed services will
participate in the program and
replace blood used for their per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, in line with the principle
..of each organization's supporting
itself. Other problems, including
those arising from disasters, in injured
jured injured seamen and other visitors
in emergency need of blood, and
similar abnormal calls upon the
blood bank will have to be work worked
ed worked out in further refinement of
the urogram. Col. Burke said
. I -f 4-kjh mnnfinM WB
do nairiu u "cc""
J. I r Tl Dimnhnm rnnraeonii
MjOTOu oui imam i epi &ovhwu
the Personnel Programs Staff of

ERIDAT, NOVEMBER 19U

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FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Small furnished
chalet $75. 48th Street No. 25,
Bella Vista. Available Nov. 1st.
Phone 3-2349, 3-1933
FOR RENT: Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom chalet in San
Francisco. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalett
2 bedrooms, living room, maid's
room, porch, garage. Telephone
3-2575.
FOR RENT
Rooms
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FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
Nicely furnished room with ex excellent
cellent excellent meals, one or two per persons.
sons. persons. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
couple without children. L Street
No. 3, facing Legislative Palace.
Army Ed Centers
Begin 2 Classes
The Fort Clayton Army educa-
nun center win start a new off.
duty group study class in begin beginning
ning beginning bookkeeping and accounting
on Nov. 6. The class will meet ev every
ery every Tuesday and Thursday eve evening
ning evening from 7-9 p.m. for a period of
eight weeks.
In this course the student will
become acquainted with a practi practical
cal practical application of bookkeeping
such as journalizing, posting, pre preparing
paring preparing profit and loss statements
and balance sheets, closing the
ledger and how to apply bookkeep bookkeeping
ing bookkeeping to personal and family rec records.
ords. records. rious skin diving equipment will
be availahlp for insnatinn V
'those attending.
Miratlores Control
House Operator
Miller Leaves PC
Robert L.' Miller, control house
operator at Miraflores Locks,
who Is retiring at the end of this
month from the Canal organiza
tion after more than 32 years of
service, is among the passengers
sailing for New York tomorrow
aboard the Panama liner Ancon.
He will be accompanied by Mrs.
Miller. x
Miller is leaving for the Unit United
ed United States on terminal leave and
was among the employes who
were received by Gov. Potter last
week and presented with retire retirement
ment retirement certificates.
A native of San Pedro, Calif.,
Miller has been a resident of the
Isthmus since 1923 when he
came here to work in the Prov Province
ince Province of Chiriqui. He joined the
Canal organization in 1924 and
for the next ten years was em employed
ployed employed as a wireman with the
Electrical Division on both sides
of the Isthmus.
He transferred to the Locks
Division as a towing locomotive
operator m 1834 and was made a
. umor control house operator in
io. we nas been a control
house operator at hnrh toh,
Miguel and Miraflores Ivlrs
since 1952.
After his retirement Miller
plans to return to his native
state of California and make his
home in Ramona.
China Aid To Egypt
Iff Imperialists Win
DJAKARTA, Nov. 2-(UP)
Indonesian parliament members
who toured Communist China
last month, reported today that
Mao Tse-tung had told them he
was ready to send a volunteer
army to Egypt "if the imperial-
The legislators said the Chi
nese Communist leader said, "if
the imperialists win in Egypt,
they might become more aggres aggressive
sive aggressive not only in the Middle East
but elsewhere, if the imperial imperialists
ists imperialists attack Egypt I will be ready
to send a volunteer army if
President Nasser approves."
the Personne'. Bureau. Others at.
tending in addition to Dr. Cosgrove
and Col. Burke were Carl J.
Browne and Mrs. J. R. Hammond,
jr., oi tne Kea cross: k. o. The-
riault, Supply and Employe Serv

ice Bureau; unaries l. Jackson, i

Jr., Marine Bureau; Norman E.
Demers, Transportation and Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Bureau; Mrs. Mae B.
Cross, Engineering and Construc Construction
tion Construction Division; Miss Kathleen M.
McGuigan, Comptroller's Office;
Mrs. Virginia K. Roberts, Civil
Affairs Bureau; William S. Wigg,
n It

Administrative Branch; and Mrs.
Arifla Kourany, and Mrs. Barbara
Silver, Personnel Bureau.



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PENANG, Malaya, Nov. 2 (UP)
Enthusiastic Malays staged a
"mock riot" today to welcome the
Duke of Edinburgh when he ar arrived
rived arrived on th first British royal vis visit
it visit to this fopical island in 84
years.
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had come ashore from the royal
yacht Britannia in five-star naval

uniform, aonnea a oarc oiue

lunge suit for the "riot."

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men's Women's Institute, where oroud Das-

try cooks forced by an overnight
downpour to shed their high-heeled
shoes stood-barefooted behind ar arrays
rays arrays of cakes and cookies. He alio

toured the General Hospital.
As usual, Edinburgh made
great hit with the ladies.

'He'i not just Prince Philip,"
sighed one nurse at the hospital.

He s Prince Charming."

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5:00 Kiddies Korner
5:30 Topper
140 Panorama News
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7:30 OnJe A Harriet
140 Comedy Hour S-12-5S
1:00 Foreign Intrigue
9:30 Masquerade Party 6-IST5
11:00 News
10:00 Goodyear TV 1-1-18
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340 Armed Forces Hour
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540 Jamboree
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740 Life bf Riley.
7:30 Stage Show
840 Caesers Hour 1-17-15
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9:30 That1 My Boy
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11:00 News
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Mt. Hope

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32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER X, 1956

FIVE CENTS

Community Chest Drive Has
60o Of Minimum Target

The Governor's council for Governor's Council for Volunta-

Voluntarv Giving came within

39.8 per cent of its minimum
goal today with contributions
and payroll deductions received
from Canal organization em employes
ployes employes totaling $9,864.16.
The total turn represented
both cash contributions and
payroll deduction p 1 e d g es
made by 29.8 per cent of the
employes of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company and the Canal
Zone Government.
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KND OF THE TRAIL Cristobal tailback Bfll Gibson has had it here, disappearing under
the combined King of three Athletic Club defenders. He sained six yards on the play
but AC wa! the night's winner. Action happ ened In the second quarter of the 12-7 game 'at
Mt. Hope Stadium. .

Candidates Listed For Paraiso,
Gamboa, Rainbow City Councils

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ALMOST A TOUCHDOWN Arnold Manning (with ball) almost scored on this play, but
Cristobal's Keith Kulir (21) nailed him at the 10-yard line. The Athletic Club Quarterback,
however, did gain 17 vards on the play. Coming up to block a little late is Carl Tuttle (12).
AC won, 12-7, despite loss of the ball by AC on the one follow ing this.

Chop Suey

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With the purpose to please all our clients
with a complete variety of native and for for-eign
eign for-eign dishes, we announce that from to to-morrow
morrow to-morrow we will offer specially prepared
CHINESE FOOD by our new Chef, Victor
LoChon. J

AC Wins Again,

This Time 12-7
Over Cristobal
The Athletic Club last night
wound up one of their most suc successful
cessful successful football campaigns with
a 12-7 victory over the Cristobal
Tigers.
(See sports page for details).
A .freely-admitted crowd at Mt.
Hope stadium saw the game, high highlighted
lighted highlighted by touchdown runs of 19,
25, and 32 y-rds. AC'S Carl Tuttle
ripped off the 19 and 32-yarders
for teedees, and the Cats' Bill Gib Gibson
son Gibson peeled loose for the 25-yard
score.

There was no ram for a change

in the football atmosphere.

Turnabout
ROME, Nov. 2 (UP)-The Hun

garian legation in Rome began
representing the rebes in its

Rainbow City
Six Latin American communities
of the Aiantic side which are re represented
presented represented on the Rainbow City Ci Civic
vic Civic Council have listed candidates

for Council members this year.

The elections take place next
Tuesday concurrently with those in
other Canal Zone towns. Plans
have beCii made for house-to-house

balloting in all six of the towns in

an effort to stimulate voting in this

year s elections. In all, 30 new

councifmen are to be selected for
the Rainbow City Civic Council.
The six communities which form
the Rainbow City Civic Council
are Camp Coiner, New Crstobal,

Silver City Heights, Rainbow City,
Camp Bierd, and Chagres. Eight

councilmen are to be elected in sil

ver Lily Heights, seven each in

Rainbow City and Camp Coiner

four from Catap Bierd, and two

each from New Cristobal and Cha
gres.

The candidr'es for Council
from each of the towns are:
Camp Coiner: Leroy Cockburn,
Richard Ennis, Beresford Gittens,
Herman Graham, Edward Green,

fcdward Howell, Vcrneel Laing, As Aster
ter Aster Lewis, Idelia Richards, Owen
B. Shirley, and Walpert Bernard.

New Cristobal: Geraldine Ander

son, Alvin Hall, and Cecil A.
Payne.

Silver City Heights: Ivy C 1 a rk.

Charles Davis, Joscelyn Evering,

David Facey, Eric Francis, Jeffer

son Joseph, Darnely Sobers, Stan

ley Spence, F. A. Verley, Kenneth

Weeks, and Bryon Wilson.

Rainbow City: Rita Anderson,

Keith Bowen, J. Eugene Brath-

waite, Holden L. Cockburn, C. A.

Coleman, Harold A. Josephs, Doris
Parnther, Henry B. Thomas, Dave
White, and Wilfred White.

Camp Bierd: Wilfred Adams, Wil

fred Barrows, Rupert Beckford
William Ju. x Raymond R. Simp
son, and Zachariah Williams.

Chagres: Stanley. Campbell. Ed

ward Cole, Joseph Henlon. Efraim

Johnson, and Henry Watson.
Intoxicated Drivers

Cause Two Accidents

And One Hospitalized
Intoxicated airmen caused two
accidents on Gaillard Highway
within a half hour last night. One
ran into a bus, the other into the
can of an American Embassy of official.
ficial. official. S-Sgt. Alfred Emanuel Taylor,
27,' was in Gorgas Hospital today
suffering from a possibly frac fractured
tured fractured skull and left tibia after

havingdriven his exponsive late late-model
model late-model car into the hue.
Taylor was driving northbound.

His car crashed into the rear of

a public vehicle driven by Ansel Ansel-mo
mo Ansel-mo Pinello, 46, Panamanian. The

accident occurred 200 feet north of

Ft. Clayton Gate at 7:50 p.m.
Reportedly, Taylor's car was

badly damaged and several per persons
sons persons in the bus were hurt slightly,
but this could not be confirmed.
At 7:20 p.m., airman Robert
Dwain Plittchke, 30, driving
couthbound near the entrance of
the "300 Area" across from Al Al-brook,
brook, Al-brook, permitted his vehicle to
veer over the center line. It col collided
lided collided with a station waqen driv driven
en driven by W. Preston Rambo, press
officer at the Embassy.
The left fronts of both vehicles

were badly damaged, but there

were no personal injuries.

In Balboa Magistrate's Court

today, Plitsc'ike was found guilty

ry Giving, contributions are
pouring in at a greatly Increased
speed.

Figures show already a total

of three company-Government
divisions had reached 100 per
cent personnel participation and
at least three other divisions
had at least 90 per cent person personnel
nel personnel participation.

Units in which every one of
the employes have given a con contribution
tribution contribution to the Community
Chest fund are the Budget and
Rates Division, the Treasury

( i iii i rr i

The
Judge's Bench

Paraiso-Sfa. Cruz
Sixty-four candidates have been
listed for the Civic Council posts

in the Latin American towns of

Paraiso and Santa Cruz in elec

tions which are to be held next

Tuesday.

The town of Paraiso leads all
other towns of the Canal Zone in
number of candidates to be elect elected,
ed, elected, since a complete new slate of
councilmen is to be selected. There
are 40 candidates listed in the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso election, of which 15 council council-men
men council-men will be elected for a two-year
period, 15 for a one-year period,
and 10 alternates will be selected.
There are 24 candidates for the
six councilmen and six alternates
for the Santa Cruz Council.
Uniform voting hours of 8 o'clock
in the morning until 5 o'clock in
the afternoon will be in effect in
both towns.
At Paraiso the electorate may

cast ballots at the Civic Center,
high school, elementary school, ju junior
nior junior high school, Salvation Army
Hall, and the First Baptist Church.
The four polls at Santa Cruz will
located at the Commissary, Serv Service
ice Service Center, "Dust Bowl" area,
and the center of the townsite.

The list of candidates for the Pa

raiso Civic Council follows:

Alfonso Alexis. Philmore Alexis.

Cyril Atherley, Arthur Betty, Jo

seph Bishop, Edith A. Brown, Dean

E. Butcher, Reginald Callender,

Silvestre Canizales, Afden G. Cock

burn, Kenneth L. Cyrus, Glenville

Davis, Reuben Eversely, a. L,

Fawcett, Pearl E. Ford, Cecil Git

tens, K. L. Harris, M. H. Hey

wood, Maudlin Holder, Muriel

Johnson; and Hamilton Lavalas.

J. J. Long, W. A. Lowe, Inez D.

McKenzie, Moises Minas, W. B. Ni Nichols,
chols, Nichols, E. S. Oakley, Leonard Pen-

nycook, Alphonso Phillips, R. G

Prince, Doris A. Samuels, Ruthwin

Samuels, Mildred A. Sawyers, T

U. Sawyers, Cleveland Small, C.
E. Stevens, Ruth Thomas, H. A.

Thompson, Amy E. Williams, and
Ernest Williams.
The 24 candidates for the San Santa
ta Santa Cruz Councils are:
Fred Bailey, Elisha Bennett,
Christopher Cox, Elwin ConUffe,
Leroy Cooper, Arnold Dorville, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Fr-.ch, Gladstone Grant,

Mavis Grant, Kenneth Haughton,
Rexford Inniss, Phillip Malcolm,
Charles Mayers, Lillian M a i r s,
John Pascal, Evangelina Prescod,
Iglesias Prince, Leonora Prince,
Clarence Thompson, John Small,
Louis Small, J. N. Smith, Ruby
Thompson, and Percival Wade.

contact with all this, but I
would like to make a contribu contribution.
tion. contribution. I have been reading in
papers about the work of the
Community Chest and the
services of the organizations
and I believe they are very
worthwhile."
This don's voluntary gilt yes yesterday
terday yesterday and receipts .of another
$4,844.10 in1 cash and pledges
from the Governor's Council for
Voluntary Giving in the Com

pany-Government organization

today boosted the overall totcai

of funds received to 37 per cent

of the minimum goal

Orfe of these 14 Red Feather

organizations relying on the
Community Chest for financial
support is the Canal Zone Boy
Scouit council, one of the oldest
Councils in the Boy Scouts of
America and another solid rea reason
son reason why both civilian and mili military
tary military personnel are being urged
to contribute.
The Canal Zone Council has
served over 2200 Cubs, Boy
Scouts and Explorers during the
past year, and total membership
is currently 215 boys over the
same tim last year.
From the first Boy Scout
Troop organized in the Canal
Zone in 1911, the Council has
grown to 48 units today with
more than 500 adult Scouteri,
including Cub Scout Den Moth Mothers,
ers, Mothers, participating actively in the
program.

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Three women were fined fit
each in Balboa Magistrate's Court
today for tr "passing in commis commissaries.
saries. commissaries. They were Aurora Elena Samu Samu-ddo
ddo Samu-ddo de Arrocba, 35, Victoria San San-jur,
jur, San-jur, 33, and Graciela Eloise Cat
menares, 38, all Panamanians.
I
Accident Frequency
Shows 17.4 Percent
Drop At Ft Kobbe

Frequency rates for accidents
involving military personnel at
Fort Kobbe during the month of
September indicate a reduction
of 17.4 per cent from figures of
a like period in 1955, safety) di director
rector director Roland A. Williams point pointed
ed pointed out this week.
Based on the number of men
present on post, the frequency
rate dropped from 20.6 per cent
in September of last year to 3.2
per cent for the same month
this year. The actual number
of accidents dropped from sev seventeen
enteen seventeen to two.
An "accident" is considered
an occurrence in which a man

loses 24 hours or more from the

Job.

ONE OF THE 14 RED FEATH FEATHER
ER FEATHER organizations relying on
the Community Chest for fi financial
nancial financial support is the canal
Zone Boy Scout Council which
serves over 2200 boys with an
expensive incentive program
in-luding a wide range of ac activities
tivities activities like those represented,
by the awards worn in the
picture above by Eagle Scout
Fred Miller, Jr., recent winner
of the coveted God and coun country
try country Award, and a member of
Troop 5 sponsored by St.
Luke's cathedral and whose
Institutional Sponsor is Adult
Leader Edward Lucas.

Branch
Office.

and the comptroller's

Units with 90 per cent parti participation
cipation participation or more are the Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Policies and Proce Procedures
dures Procedures Staff, Clafms Branch
and the director's office of the
Engineering and Construction
Bureau.
Typical of the rewarding ex experiences
periences experiences which come to those

working as a part of the Canal

zone community Chest appeal
for funds for 14 different organ organizations
izations organizations is one revealed by the
Campaign committee yesterday:

A man who desired to re remain
main remain anonymous walked into
the Chest Campaign Office in
the Credit Union Building at
Balboa and handed but a f've f've-dollar
dollar f've-dollar bill, saying, "I have no

Gamboa

While servine the greatest

number of boys in the Council's
existence, and doing so with one
Scout Executive in a geographic
area which presents multiple

problems, the Council feeB that
it still is not reaching all of the
boys it should and that many
additional services in training

and publications could be pro

vided u additional funds and
personnel were available.
A partial list of the solicitors
engaged in this year's campaign
follows:
Health Bureau: R. A. Sylves Sylves-tre,
tre, Sylves-tre, A. W. Smith, R. u. Schultz,
Clifford Francis, E. R. Kimmel,
M. K. Hitchcock, M. B. McNeff,
R. S. Reynolds, v. v. Pinto, J.
Rochester, N. Shaw, A. E. Schu Schu-ler,
ler, Schu-ler, F. p. Smith, O. J. Garner, T,
A. Arias, E. M. Talboy, J. H.
Nessler, D. L. Beauchamp, J. A.
Burda, M. R. Didier, A. A. Moore,
L. F. Small)(M. E. Ausnehmer, M.
K. jenks, J. C. Earl, F. H. Frau Frau-enhelm,
enhelm, Frau-enhelm, M. R. Largent, A. P. Mc Mc-Groarty,
Groarty, Mc-Groarty, D. B. MacDonald, F. S.
Terry, R. T. Vallarlno, E. W. Bel Bel-grave,
grave, Bel-grave, G. U. Cohen, J. I. Hurta Hurta-do,
do, Hurta-do, L. E. Fontaine, L. F. Gomez,

G. L. Dixon, D. I. Brld, J. Davis, WIND:
S. A. Myrie, E. Edwards, S. M. 1 (max mh) ..
Gaynor, A. Phillips, F. Borbua RAIN (inches)

and C. B. Magie.
D. M. Duff, NE. D. Anderson,

M. A. Pnilllps, M. M. Smitti, S. I.

Constantino, L. G. Burke, D. C
Mcllhenny, F. E. Rlefkohl. J. A.

Fllos Diaz, W. F. French, I. L.

Charleton, L. E. Griffon, A. A.
Smith, C. A. Fawcett, A. P. Lim,
R. F. Elicker, E. T. Karpinskl, C.

G. ueMercado, e. a. Hall, v.
Headley, G. L. Hunter, J. D. Bar Barrett,
rett, Barrett, N. A. Brown, J. p. Smtih, M.
F. Bailey, A. A. Spencer, R. G.
Bush, C. A. Cox and J. R. Thomson.

Included in the survey, eon-

ducted by Williams and his as

sistant Miss shirlee White, are

an units on the post of Fort
Kobbe, (the Third Battalion at
Fort Davis, and the Jungle War

fare Training Center at Fort
Sherman.

The present series of safety
dscussions which have been
held at Fort Kobbe conclude this
month. As indicated by the fig figures
ures figures just released, they have
been extremely successful.

Weather Or Not
This weather report, fer the 24
hours ending 8 a.m., today, i pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographie Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:

BALBOA CRISTOBAL

TIMKRATURI:

High ......
Lew
HUMIDITY:
High
Low

WATER TEMP ;
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A Civic Council president and

seven Councilmen are to be elect elected
ed elected next Tuesday in Gamboa. There
Gamboa residents have been nomi nominated
nated nominated for the top spot in the coun council
cil council and 18 have been nominated
for council members.
Gamboa is the only Canal Zone
town in which the electorate will
select the president of the. council.

In other conmunities, the council

elects the president upon inaugura

tion of the new council.

Only one voting place has been

established for the Gamboa resi

dents, this being at the Com mis

sary. The hours of voting will be

from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., which

have been adopted in all but two

other towns.
Contestants for the council pres

idency are Robert R. Duncan, Earl

V. Romigli, and Robert E. Welborn.

Candidates for the seven posts

as councilmen are: T. A. Adkms.

Carlton Bell, E. B. Bristol, Julius
Cheney, A. H. Cooke, Robert R.

Duncan, Addie Ellis, Dolores Ger
hart, William Homa. H. F. Jenner

L. F. Kelly, Joseph Kihl, Arnold

tandreth. Bettv Malone. Vic Me

lant. Charle; L. Vterre E. "V. Ro-

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