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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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THE CITY OF THE
VICEROYS...
AN INDEPENDENT
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe1 Abraham Lincoln
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contribution. UUMW .e1.

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showed that so iar --

Canal organizawoa

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The bureau with the highest em

ploye participation was the Per

sonnel Bureau wul 97 per c e n i.
This bureau as followed by the

office of the Comptroller with 94

per sent; the office of the Governor-President
with 85.4 per cent;

Civil Affairs Bureau with 78.2. per
cent; Supply and Employe Service

ureal with 74.4 per cent: Engi

neering and Construction Bureau
with 711 per cent; Health Bureau

with 63 per, cent; Marine Bureau

with 62.1 per cent; and Transpor

tation and Terminus with 59.2 per

cent.
Units which have" contributed
more than 100 per cent of t h e i r
unit goals are the office of the

Governor-President with 129 p e r

cent; personnel Bureau with 125
per cent and the office of t h e
Comptroller with 106.7 per cent.

Mexican Frigates
Arrive Here With

207 Midshipmen

Two ships of the Mexican Navy
arrived this morning for a two day
visit at the U.S. Naval Station,
Rodman.

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Hungarians

THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE President and Mrs. Eisenhower and Vice President and Mps. Nixon
acknowledge the crowd's cheers a they arrive at a victory celebration in Washington after

oievenson conceded aereat.

Tumulty Loses,
Loser Winner
In Election

WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)

Election siaeijghu;

Division, Claims branch Internal
Audit branch, Treasurer s office,
of the Marine Director, the Divi Division
sion Division of Veterinary Medicine, and

the office of tne Director oi x,. x,.-neering
neering x,.-neering and Construction Bureau.

Several Projech
To Be Put Oil!

On Contract By PC
TK ro-ilacmnent of the piling

and fender systems at Balboa, Cns
tobal, and'Gatun Locks; the cons

truction of aapiuraimiiu iwi
tM..ctriai Area building; and tne

construction f a toilet and dress dressing
ing dressing building it the GaiUard Play Playground
ground Playground are ajnong the projects to

be put out oa coniraw smu j
Panama Canil Co.
The replacement of the piling
i ouctomc nn both Slues

of the isthmus is part of the regul

ar maintenance mmn oi
ma Canal. It wSl involve the re

placement of approximaieiy w
;!... .t Rlhn Ferry. 82 70

ii w iTM ,t Balboa

docks: 298 60-to 70-foot piles at the
CristoDal piers and 18 65-foot piles
at Mount Hope docks.
a r-.tnn TAeka. the work will

consist of the complete replace

ment of the crib tender ai me
per middle approach wall.
h:j. ... thic nminet will be open

ed the morning; oi Nov. 23 in the
administration building at BaiDpa
Heights. ...

The worK at tne inouium
reau will consist of the construc construction
tion construction of an aluminum roof over the
tool room. At the Gaillard Play Playground,
ground, Playground, the work involves the con construction
struction construction of a, eoncrete masonry
block toilet tl dressing building.
Bids on both these projects wi 1 be
opened tpe .norning of Nov. 21.

San Bios Steals
$20, Clothing;
Gets 10 Days
A San 'Bias Indian who stole a
$20 bill and two shirts and other
clothing from a barracks-mate
at Ft. Clayton was sentenced in
Balboa Magistrate's Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday to spend the next 10 days
In Jail.
Luis Tejada, 24, pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty to the Detlt larceny.

Keith Augustus Cordon. 20.

Panamanian, was also convlct-

d of petit larceny in the theft
of scrap copper valued at about
$25 from near a building in Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel.

imposition of sentence was
suppended for him and he was
tmt on probation.

Dunne tl.Pir stair in C.n.m.

the midshipmen will b entertain.

ed at receptions at the Rodman

recreation center and the Panama
Golf dub. They are expected to

aepari Monday morning.

The California and Pana Losnan

arrived from Srfllna Crua, Mexi

co, and ar commanded by Cant.

Carlos Aboroa Schaufelberger and
Capt. Humberto Uribe Escandon,
respectively. Tie shiD crrv a tn.

iai crew oi 7Z officers and 222 en enlisted
listed enlisted men in addition to the mid-

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Other Canal urits whose em Jer tne Amss,dor fro Mexico,
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troller's office, Budget and Rates

Panama Cargo Ship
Refused Bunkers
By Singapore Firm
SINGAPORE. Nov. 9 am-

Panamanian cargo shin hprp frnm

North China was refused bunkers
by the Singapore Vacuum nil Cn

a Stand an Vacuum spokesman
said the company had agreed to
supply bunkers to the ship, the 1,-183-ton
freighter Universal Trader,
24 hours before she arrived but the

oraer nad been countermanded a
few hours before the vessel reach reached
ed reached Singapore.
The Universal Trader, called
here from Chingwangto in Commu Communist
nist Communist China with a declared cargo
of 7,800 tons of coal for Chlttagong,
Pakistan. It is under charter to a
Japanese company.
The local agents have asked the
Shell company for bunkers and

tne company has cabled London
for permission.

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IT'S ALL OVER Despite his defeat by President Eisenhower,
Adlai Stevenson's hand is held up in the' traditional symbol
of victUfy in Chicago by his son, Borden. Stevenson said in
his announcement conceding defeat that "although I have
lost the election I won a grandson." Stevenson was refer referring
ring referring to the baby his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Adlai Stevenson,
Jr., had on Nov. 4.

LOCAL 900 CHAIRMAN SENDS
WELL-DONE' LETTER TO PC.

The chairman of Local 900, A A-merican
merican A-merican Federation of County,

State and Municipal Employes (A-

FL-CIO) has congratulated th e
Panama Canal Co. on its hand handling
ling handling of the unpleasant task of
reducing and re-assigning employ employes
es employes affected in the commissary re retrenchment
trenchment retrenchment to be effective Dec.

31.
Rerrie's letter was. directed to
Edward A. Doolan, Personnel Di Director
rector Director of the Panama Canal Co.
Doolan said, however, that cred credit
it credit for the operation should go al also
so also to the officials of the Supply
and Employe Services Bureau, and
those of the Pay Roll section, Who
work dovetailed with that of the
Personnel Bureau in handling the
reduction.
Rerrie's letter follows:
"Allow us to take this opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity of congratulating you and your
staff, for the honest and unbiased

Clayton Baby Falb From Window Window-Third
Third Window-Third Mishap In Family This Week

A one-year-old baby girl is re receiving
ceiving receiving treatment at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital today for head injuries re received
ceived received yesterday when she fell
more than 12 feet from a window
to the concrete driveway of her
parents quarters at Ft. Clayton.
Little Cynthia Jessee is suffer suffering
ing suffering from a skull fracure.
She is the daughter of Sgt. and
Mrs. Henry E. Jessee, and is the
third of the Jessee's children to
be involved in an accident within
a week's time.

Jessee said the accident happen

ed aoout li a.m. yesterday. He ex

piaineo mat ne naa employed a
laborer to wash the louvers of his

quarters. At the time of the acci
dent the laborer was in the car

port at work having removed the

louver from one or more upstairs
windows for cleaning.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. (UP) (UP)-Pridnt
Pridnt (UP)-Pridnt Eisenhowtr had order ordered
ed ordered the United States opened to
5,000 refugees who fled from Hun Hungary
gary Hungary rather than wbmtt to Com Communist
munist Communist domination.
The present U. S. immigration
quota for Hungary is 865.

Mr. Eisenhower announced the

lowering of immigration barriers
after a conference yesterday with
Pierce J. Gerety, deputy Admi

nistrator of the Refugee Relief Act.

He also issued a public appeal to
all Americans to give assurances

of "housing, employment and ti

nancial assistance" for Hungarians
seeking to escape Russian bullets

and bombs.
The 5,000 refugees will be ad admitted
mitted admitted to this country a soon as
possible, the President said.
Mr. Eisenhower said in a spe

clal statement that "few events of
recent times have1 so stirred the
American people as the tragic ef effort
fort effort of Hungarian men and women
to gain freed m for themselves and
for their children.
"The brutal purge of liberty
which followed their heroic strug struggle
gle struggle will be long and sorrowfully
remembered, not only by those di directly
rectly directly suffering from that brutali brutality,
ty, brutality, but alsp by all humans who be believe
lieve believe in the dignity of man," he
said.

The chi"! executive conceded this

cojjjntry cannot help those

sands of Hungarians w.io r

acainsi the Soviets and still are

trapped behine" the Iron Curtain.

V ii
Freedom Fighters

May Be Cracking

Puppet Regime

wii m ii ii a i mi ii ff i rrr

10 Till l I

manner, in which a most unolea

sant task, that of reducing and re reassigning
assigning reassigning employes on the non-ci

tizen roils of the Panama Canal Co.

was accomplished.

While the immediate reaction

of the employes involved were one
of dismay, yet it was very encour

aging to note the way in which
these various actions were accepted.

It is realized however, that an

operation" of such magnitude could
not possibly be 100 per cent cor

rect, but judging from our experi

ence in dealing with your Bureau

in the past, we have assured our

selves that whenever a discrepan

cy is brought to your attention, It

will be throughly investigated, and

adjustment made, to oqr mutual

satisfaction.

Cadillac thi't goes with it. Hayden

shuns high1 society and lives at

the Methodist Building, one block

trom his senate -office.
Among defeated House mem
hers sure to be missed is Ren

T. James Tumulty (D-NJ), whose
seat will be taken not. to say

tuied by Republican Vincent J.
Dellay. Tumulty weighs 300-plus
and is the House's fattest and

possibly funniest member

Also taking the long count was
Rep. Dewey Short (R-Mo), who
long has reigned unchallenged as
the free-style oratorical champ of
the House.
The House Republican baseball
team lost both its pitcher and
catcher. Wisconsin's Rep. Glenn
Davis was knocked out of the box
in the state's primary by Sen.
Alexander Wiley. Catcher Sam

Coon of Oregon lost to Democrat

Al Ullman.

The
Judge's Bench

One major league scout was
sent back to the minors when

Democrat Frank Church upset

Idaho Sen. Herman Welker. Welk-

er has discovered, among others,

Vernon Law, Pittsburgh Pirates'

pitcher, and Harman Kinebrew,

bonus baby slugger of the Wash
ington Senators.

In the 5th District of Tennessee,
Democrat J. Carlton Loser, natur naturally,
ally, naturally, was an easy winner. In Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, candidate Men couldn't
lose in a race for the state as assembly.
sembly. assembly. Merz, Louis L., beat
Merz, Edward J., for a seat va vacated
cated vacated by Mertz, Edward F.

Three men found trespassing on
the Curundu Reservation dump
were convicted yesterday in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Cristoial Garcia. 21. Panamani

an. amfcPablo Vargas. 32, Panama

nian, ware fined $10 each. Imposi Imposition
tion Imposition of sentence was suspended
for Cedeno Solano, 30, Panamani

an.

Trespassing in commissaries net net-toH
toH net-toH nn finos for Dorothv E. Samall

19, Panamanian, and Victor Raul
Vasquez, $10, Panamanian. Fines
of $5 for the same offense were
assessed against Earl Cleveland
Worrell, 33, Panamanian, and Ja Javier
vier Javier Iprique Rueda, 24, Panama

nian.
Anthula Rosita Goodwin, 29. Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, was convicted of failure
to yield the right of way to a pe

destrian in a crosswaiK. imposi imposition
tion imposition of sentence was suspended.
Stopping his car in an intersec intersection
tion intersection netted a $5 fine for Alden
Vance Caton.

Heove-Ho

TRIPOLI, Libya, Nov. 9 (UP)-

The government nas asxea me
Egyptian military attache to
leave the country because of al alleged
leged alleged subversive activities, offi officials
cials officials announced today. They said
attache Ismael Sadig was allowed
24 houre to leave.

VIENNA, Noy. 9 (UP) The Hungarian Reds an an-jounced
jounced an-jounced that fierce new fighting has erupted in blazing
Budapest today. They announced they would accept west west-tern
tern west-tern Red Cross aid provided it is channeled through Com Communist
munist Communist Yugoslavia.
Hungary's puppet government showed the first signs
of cracking under the double onslaught of apparently apparently-irrepressible
irrepressible apparently-irrepressible freedom fighting and the whole population's
mute refusal to work for the Communists.
There was little hope that the Russians would again
let power slip from their fingers. But almost-hysterical
broadcasts from radio Budapest indicated that apparent apparently
ly apparently unexpected Hungarian resistance was shaking the Janos
Kadar regime.
Budapest radio suddenly admitted late last night
that the original uprising was "caused by absolutely hon honest
est honest intentions" a sharp change from the Moscow radio
line that reaction gangsters supplied from the West had
set off the revolt.

. Hungarians ta MUin, its it.
5 J1 very
t 4roalaast by a "free-
dom rttolaiiminr that at
east 60,000 Itungarians have
been krlled In the strut-tie
ince Sunday.
This broadcast elaim.ri that.

Budapest's 14th district was

burning fiercely and that fight fighting
ing fighting continued in the 8th district.
It also claimed that 7 000
Hungarians died at Dunapentele
and that fighting continued at
Gyoer, stpron and at the Tata Tata-vian
vian Tata-vian coal mines.

The Communist rnntrr.ii.rf

Budapest radio broadcast an an-

nouncement by the official Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian news ao-encv that. t.h

Soviet-sponsored government of
puppet premier Janos Kadar has

accepted orrers or aid from the
international Red Croaa.
But it added that this would
be allowed into the battle-torn
country only if it is sent through
Yugoslavia with guarantees that
it contains no weapons or "a "a-gents"
gents" "a-gents" of exiled rlihtist former
Hungarian regent Admiral Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas Horthy.
The Soviets have charged
that "Horthy agents" and
arms were sent to the Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian rebels through the Red
Cross. The announcement ap appeared
peared appeared to be designed to press
this propaganda allegation
while at the same time taking
advantage of desper ately
needed Western medical aid
and food.
The international Red Cross
is organizing in Vienna a con convoy
voy convoy of trucks from a number of
western nations.

eovPrnmr,f,

signalled the cracking of earlier
Communlsit resolve, within a

few days Nagy had converted

his regime into a "free" government.

Western observers predicted
the Russian military command

might have to sacrifice turncoat
Titoite Kadar and install anoth

er figurehead in an attemnt to

stem Hungary's headlong plunge

in 10 cnaos.
Essential services, railroads
and highway transit stood
still. Food was practically
gone. Budapest radio admitted
even central government offi offices
ces offices were closed.
The "chaos" which Russia cit cited
ed cited last Sunday as the reason for
intervening in Hungary had now
become a chill fact despite the
bloody afltempts of Soviet tanks
and artillery to "restore order."
The 16-day-old general strike
Was proving to be an even bet better
ter better weapon against the Com Communists
munists Communists than the heroic fight fighting
ing fighting of rebels whose guerr'lla
tactics still terrorised Soviet
occupation forces in Budapest
and other areas.

Earlier announcements by the

Red-run Budapest radio said

rebels holed up in the narrow

streets or the old city near the

iormer royai palace had launch

ed new attacks on (the Soviet

forces.

Other flghtine raced on hotfi

sides of the Danube and fire

raged through the vast Hotel

Royal two days after the Reds

nad claimed complete viatory.

Full Weekend Of Events Scheduled
For Commemoration Of Veterans Day

above the carport while her moth
er was preparing luncheon in
the kitchen. Apparently the ba baby
by baby climbed upon a chair and
leaned against the window screen

which gave way because of her
weight, causing her to fall.
Jessee said he inspected the
screen and found it had but one
hook, and that the wooden frame
of the screen was deteriorating.
Cynthia wd treated at Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton before being taken to Gorgas.
Last Saturday, the Jessee's lit little
tle little boy, Anthony Eugene, age two,
was taken to Gorgas where his
stomach was pumped out. He had
swallowed a number of aspirin
tablets.
The next day, lest Sunday, the

couple's oldest child, Shirley Long-

ene, age three, ieu trom a stool.
She was taken to Gorgas where
she was admitted for observation,
but was -released the next day.

A full weekend of events com
memoraJting Veterans' Day haf
been scheduled for Sunday and
Monday.
On Sunday, beginning at 11

a.m., mere will be a paraat
from Veterans' Headquarters it.
Cristobal to Rainbow City. Mem Members
bers Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, the American Legion, The
Faraiso Mutual Aid Club and its
Ladies Auxiliary, and the Army
Mothers' club will participate.
Following the parade Gov.
potter will speak. The Alumni
Glee Club under the direction of
Miss Emily Butcher and the Ar Army
my Army Band of Fort Qullck will
provide music.
The Panama Railroad has
authorized a special 50-cent
round tr'p fare for Nov. 11 and
12. The ticket is good for two
days and will be on sale at the
commissaries and service cen centers
ters centers by the Boy Scouts of
America; and at the Elks Club

ry guand of honor.

The Balboa OTU unii, ieu oy
the. Balboa High School band,
will also participate as will the
Bomberos of Panama. Local Boy
Scout organizations will also

take part in the nour long ceremony.

Special Service At

in Panama City.
Nov. 12 will be field day on
he Atlantic Side. Games, swim swim-ning
ning swim-ning and dancing are scheduled.
On the Pacific side of the
sthmus, Veterans' Day activi activities
ties activities will get underway Monday
it 10 a.m. with a parade.
Participating .elements will
orm at the Goethals manu manu-nerit
nerit manu-nerit and march via the Prado
a Hia DaIKaa Oto 4 turn.

The parade will be made npJWeS eVOn Church
3f members of th American Le-1

Uon staff members of the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars and a
contingent including a band,
colors and a company from the
Panama Guardla Nacional.

In the parade will be a joint

armed forces honor guard com

prising platoons from the 20th
infantry at Fort Kobbe, Rodman
Naval station, Rodman Marine
Detachment, and Albrook Air
Force Base, a Joint Army-Air

Force band will lead the milita- Sunday.

A special service of remem

brance will be conducted at the

Wesleyan Methodist Church on

East 16th street Sunday morning
at 9 in observance of Armistice

Sunday.

Special pews are being reservd
for formr British servicemen and
members of the British colony

here are expected to attend the

observance of the day problaimed
by Queen Elizabeth as Armistice

1000 Students, Cops Clash in London
At Soviet Embassy over Red Cruelties

LONDON. Nov. 9 (UP1 More

than 1,000 students tried to storm
the Soviet embassy here last
night and clashed with police who
stopped them from getting near
the building.

The students, from London Uni

versity made a silent protest
march to "millionaire's r o w,"
where the Soviet and many other

embassies are located on an ex

clusive street along Kensington

Gardens.
The iron gates leading to the
street and the embassy were
locked. Three students said they
wanted to present a petition on
Soviet violence in Hungary.
When police told them the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy was "on holiday," the
crowd began leering and shout shouting,
ing, shouting, then began to fight.
Milk and beer bottles were hurl hurled
ed hurled at the Russian consulate near

by. Mounted polite aided foot pa

trolmen in keeping back the
crowd, many of whom carried
Hungarian flags. One student was
arrested.
Britain protested strongly today

to Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik
against recent "organized" dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations against the British
embassy in Moscow.

Bus Driver Pleads
Guilty, Appeals
Alter Sentencing
Though busdriver Lachmaa
Singh, 59, an East Indian, preaded
guilty in Balboa Magistrate's
Court yesterday to reckless driv driving,
ing, driving, be fded an appeal after he
was sentenced to pay a fine of
$25 and to spend 10 days in jail.
An appeal bond of $50 was post posted.
ed. posted. The offense for which he was
tried occurred Oct. 29 at the traf

fic light on Gaillard Highway at
the turnoff to Miraflores bruise,
Singh's bus rammed into a Na Navy
vy Navy staff car which went out of
countrol, causing considerable
damange to the car and some per personal
sonal personal injuries to one oi its occu

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FOOTBALL FORM
Sir:
I have teen reading many letter here concerning CI.
football. If you will permit I will give my opinions, which are
coincidently the opinions of many 2-onian I nave talked with.
I have witnessed every game this year as I have for the
last four years. I am convinced that Junior College here has
the best all-around team this year. If they had displayed the
spirit and determination all season that they did last Friday
they would have won every game. They have two fine Quarter Quarterbacks
backs Quarterbacks in Bill Coffey and Fred Raybourne although the latter
committed a few costly errors earlier In the season.
I rate the A. C. second this season. They do not have the
conditioning and depth of some of the other teams but they
do have age which usually means experience. I believe that if
they had at least one more back with half the ability of Man Manning
ning Manning or Turtle they would have done much better, their depth
however, because of restrictions imposed on them, prohibited
this
Next I must put B.H.S., solely because of size and depth.
As far as ability, with the exception of Owen Sutherland, they
Just didn't have it. I believe the team was highly overrated
and over-coached. It was kind of humorous thougn, watching
their herd of coaches frantically trying to find someone from
thai beefv bench to send In to atop guys like Joe Cicero
Frankie Smith, Bill Rankin, Dick Beely, not to mention the
WhaTcrlstobal lacked In size and depth they almost made
up in spirit, speed, and ability. I wish Bob Lowe was playing
tonight. He wants Cristobal to win almost as much aa I do.

Sports Fan

BOTH EARS TO GROUND?

Sir:
Where does this self-styled "Keen Panamanian Observer"
think he's getting besides funny with all this condescen condescension'
sion' condescension' Patting our Governor on the head, yet! Such a nice
kittle guy" it is and "guy this" and "guy that" for three
paragraphs! It has probably never occurred to anyone In the
Canal Zone to even think of Governor Potter as a "little guy
or in fact, a "guy" at all. It remains for keen little neigh neighbor
bor neighbor to pull something like that.
It la to be hoped the Governor does have the sense of
humor you laud him for, with hi "foot" on the ground (what's
he doing tth the other one?), his "hands on the facts why
didn't you proceed with your anatomical chart his "seat in
th" saddle," his "head in the clouds" I could even let you
to on another one yeu may not realize his "tongues In his
hk" sometimes, too and I could also add, he has "eyes in
the back of Ma head," my Irtnd. Rut It's nice you At, agree
with u he really la "doing fine!" And as for our "never
ftrftvlng him" for a chance remark don't suppose anyone s
thought of it since.
tL See-Zee

Sir:

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but Jimmy Dean is perfect and you will never be able to re replace
place replace him; especially with Elvis Presley. James Dean had
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out will there be disappointment?

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By VICTOR RIISIL

Those Soviet commind cars

which sped Communist officers
through Hungary with the signals
for Budapest's blood hath had
American automotive spare parts
inside them.

The tanks and armored carriers

which. spat explosipe death at anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist rebels who, in hap happier
pier happier times, would have been stroll

ing on college campuses had

American metal in them.

Russia's sleek war machine,
which moved on push-button me me-chanical
chanical me-chanical equipment and ground
Hungarian people into the dust of

.their forebears soil, r oved partly

on American electrical equipment.

For, while we weep at wireless
reports of a mammoth slave

world in the making, we dispatch
freedom's goods to the Commu Communist
nist Communist regimes which are propped
up by bayonets.
Although there is a sharply
clear U.S. govt nment regulation

prohibiting our exporting vital ma materiel
teriel materiel to the Soviet countries, the

U.S. has dispatched mill.ons of dol dollars
lars dollars worth of such goods to the

Soviet world bloc in the past few

years.

In 1955 we loaded and carried

17,251,000 worth of essential pro

ducts to the doors of the global

concentration camps known as the

iron curtain countries.

Although blood now is leaking
from under the curtain, past the

footlights ont. the world theater

and has for sjrne time this

country seems not to have obeyed

us own law.
From this rnuntrv has crnn hun

dreds of thousands of dollars

worth of electrical apparatus, auto
parts and accessories, industrial

cnenucais ana cnemicai special specialties
ties specialties to the Soviet Union it,slf

And to the satellites, tn ken th

Communist armies rolling, have

gone u.s. iron an steel mill pro-

ausmai machinery auto parts and
accessories, medicinal and phar pharmaceutical
maceutical pharmaceutical nrenaratinr- inrfne.

trial chemicals and scientific and

r neuronal apparatus.
There were also cattle fnr

breeding, animal oils and fats,

aairy products, sKins, corn, rice,
fruits all of which we know know
did not bo to ease the hunger of

th oppressed but to satisfy the
Uste of the Kremlin's gourmets.

mere win oe some who will
say this is but $7.2.,i.noo Not

much when measured against the

commerce of the world. But how
much is it when measured against
the conscience of the wnrrii?

And this is not all. There are

tnose wao have violated another
Federal law. There -is also on the

government books a freedom
clause for which some of us
fought bitter some years ago
when we launched a bovpott of Sn.

yiet Slave goods. We succeeded

m getting into the U.S. Treasury
regulations a concise clause which
was written to prevent the mas masters
ters masters of moder. slaves from nut

ting their strained hands on good
American dollars. For these
funds, in turn, could I. nrl tn

buy vital parts &nd the electronic

equipment ox modern war ma
chine.'

This Treasury reeulation flatlv

prohbits the importation into the
U.S. of goods made bv slave la

bor. With this clause, we wr

a Die to slash imoorts of furs and

crab meats, etc. rn the rush of

other matters some of us forgot

to cnecK our ports. Today I did

I found that in 1955 some U. S

merchants thought so little of

their fellow men that they pur purchased
chased purchased $62,166,000 worth of goods
frtm the Communist bloc. Thus

iome U.S. Citizens helped keep the

Soviet slave economy rolling.

women and men in the streets and
factories of the one beautiful city
of Budapest, and after the Danube
ran red with blood as once the
Nile did when Moses sought to
free other slaves, the word swept

arouna the world urging workers

everywhere to .la the commer
cial routes into the slave world

Thus a global boycott is spread

ing across the world, along the

docks, the rail lines, the ship lanes

and the highways over which ma

tcriel rolls to and from the most

behemoth slave empire of all

Word of this was brought In

from Europe by the AFL-CIO'g Irv

ing Brown. All Monday morning

Brown and merica's top labor
chiefs sat and talk d boycott stra

tegy. Their words will flash back
across the world.
Perhaps this ime we can repay
the slave masters and starve them
from the outside.

A Cop Is A Cop
By BOB RUARK

We have arrived at an unusual

solution for the oft-repeated plaint

that New York City hasn't enough
cops to make the streets safe for

the citizens and the parks safe for;

the kids. Solution: Use the1 police

as police, instead of stooges.

This comes as a result of read

ing that Commissioner of Parks
Robert Moses recently said that
a full-time attendant (police)
could not be provided for a play

ground because of severe budget

ary limitations. He made his
reply to a Mrs. Carole Leone, who
said that a playground at lioth

Street and Central Park West was

unfit for children.

AnnnrAintt trt tha n.Mn.nM

...... M.. wv MV HV.RrPWD,
Mrs. Leone said, "The playground

is Uttered with broken whisky bot-
tlac- tha Konnkoa snrrnnnHinrf

playground have become a sort of
home for homeless prostitutes,

and the once lovely shrubs turned
Into restrooms for the shameless."

Moses replied. There simply

aren't enough police to make our
parks safe.

There are about 25,000 cops in

New York City, and I am not
counting the ersatz ones who take'
tolls on bridges. It takes quite a

time to train a probationer-policeman.
He has to learn at least a
smattering of law, so's he'll know
what he's arresting a man for.

He has to learn to shoot: he

has to learn something of finger

printing, detective work, traffic traffic-handling,
handling, traffic-handling, mob dispersal, car car-prowling,
prowling, car-prowling, and a hundred other de

tails of his craft. (In some In

stances, he has to learn to shake

down a bookie or administer the

third-degree, but w skip that as
non essential.)
Once you've got this hoy in blue
trained, it seems s shameful

waste of his knowledge to set him
to tying tickets onto parked cars,
issuing summonses for throwing
paper oh the streets and not curb curbing
ing curbing dogs, and playing master-of-ceremonies
at parades.

You don't need a trainel police-

to run a switchboard or

tne paper wore in a na-

e. a SKi-pouna weaaiing,

Ar fm 1 van taka tha

of a policeman who only

and Sloppy on tne station-

detail.

A small boy can tie a ticket on
a car. A passel of police are

wasted on political motorcades,

celebrity arrivals, and Saturday
parades which nobody really
needs, especially if he lives in the
neighborhood.
A lot of these jobs (non essen essential
tial essential to the prevention of crime)
could be handled by retired cops
or other people on pension, for a
fee which would augment their
pensions at small cost to Moses'
budget. Then a lot of burly pro professionals
fessionals professionals could be turned loose
to bend a nightstick over some
park-frequenting pervert or loose loose-lipned
lipned loose-lipned molester of the public weal

provided it didn't bore the cop

per too much.
We used to live in the neigh-

man.

nana.

uonnous

house

borhood of 83rd Street and Central

Park, and Mama used to walk
the dog sporadically. This was just

off Fifth Avenue and a good sec

tion of tne city.
Mama finally quit walking the

dog. One of the reasons she quit
walking it was because of a cer

tain pervert who did awful things
in front of children. After the
fourth or fifth such incident Mama
called a passing cop and pointed
out the man. The cop yawned.

"Has that dog got a license,;

lady?" he asked, cloaing the mat

ter.

We both werl attfcltSa Jj

three young thug at 85th Stree,
just off Madison Avenue, and I
saw no cops to yell for. I pre presume
sume presume that stationhouse detail and
car-parking tickets were using up
their time. But the simple solu solution,
tion, solution, in budget trouble, is to use
the cops as police, not as flunkies
or clerks, and maybe you can
walk a dog in safety once again.

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WASHINGTON Newspaper Newspapermen
men Newspapermen are upposed to report, not
pontificate. But having recently
returned from the Near East, and
having a deep conviction that the
future peace of the world is more
at stake in this area than many
realize, I set forth herewith a pro

posed pattern for psacs. It is not

original. Parts of it have already

been proposed by Eric Johnston,
an indefatigable 1-borer for Near

East peace, by Harry Truman, by
E. M. Greenwood, and others.
Here it is:

The foundation for peace In the
Near East must be based on two

things:
1. Arab-Jewish cooperation. Both
races -have attributes the other
needs. The Jews have skill, know know-how,
how, know-how, energy, determination. The
Arabs have oil, land, population,
a once-great history now semi semi-bankrupted
bankrupted semi-bankrupted by corrupt leaders,
poverty stricken people and colo colonial
nial colonial exploitation. They are both
Semitic peoples, and as the
chief rabbi of Israel, Isaac Her Her-zog,
zog, Her-zog, told me in Jerusalem about
a month ago, "The 'Arabs are our
cousins. There is no reason why
we cannot live together." He cited.
Isaiah, 19th chapter, to show that,
thu Jews, the Egytpians, and the
Syrians would Inherit the Near
East.
2. Reasonable guarantees for
France and England an' the West
for ships transiting the Suez Canal
and for their property and citi citizens
zens citizens in North Africa. The French
and British hav- not always been
wist in North Africa; but economi economically
cally economically they can giv; that area as
much as it can give them. There

lshould be mutual cooperation.
" 'PI .. :. j. i

me panern ior peace must oe
based upoi these two foundations.
Suez cannot be settled separately
from Israel-Arab friction, as Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Dulles tried JMIp. The two
are wrapped up together. Israel
knew that the minute Nasser had
wop his Suez argument he would
attack Israel, a it attacked first.

North Africa peace is also wrapped

up in Suez. When Nasser thumbs

his nose at the Ff- ;ich and British
in Egypt it immediately affects
the lives and stfety of French and
western citizens in Algiers and

Morocco. It also-affects American

oil in Saudi Arabs.

These problems cannot be dealt

with In separate, airtight, diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic compartments, as Dulles
sought to do. They are inextrica inextricably
bly inextricably interwoven. To solve them I
suggest the following:

A. U.N. police force, as pro

posed by Canadian Foreign Mini

ter Lester Pearson to stop the

fiaMni in Suez.TJus would

T. j.'Mu.fUB SV IiMa. I

tne nam

ula uri

der the ifrf. lriaftinltslyv as a canal!

zone, similar to the Panama canal
Zone. Sinai is a hot, arid desert
except for the canal, which the
French built and the British sup supported.
ported. supported. It could become a perma permanent,
nent, permanent, international zone under the
U.N. for the use r all nations.
C. Let the U.N. pay Egypt a
regular rent for the Suez Canal
Zone which would finance the As Aswan
wan Aswan Dam and improve the health
and living standards of the im impoverished
poverished impoverished Egypth people.
D. Set up a l.mg-range develop development
ment development corporation under the United
Nations to develop North Africa
and the Near East for the bene benefit
fit benefit of their own peoples. This cor corporation
poration corporation could borrow money from
the World Bank, get matching
funds fromvarious interested gov governments
ernments governments to do the following:
1. Rebuild the irrigation system

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aatitn I x

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area coma tajte over many of

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seiue more Arab refugees.

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nth Ciim I T

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On- old movies. One of them is "The

stage, Offstage and Upstage: ha-i Farmer's Daughter," which won
die Albert reported to Paramount! Loretta Young an Oscar in 194.
studio for "The Joker Is Wild" i A rare memory note from Cotten
with the news that he'd justj about the film:
bought a new home, in Pacific "David 0. Seknick bought the
Palisades. "Making any changes story for Ingfid Bergman before

in it?" someone askca him.

"Just one," Eddie replied.
We're enlarging the mortgage."

Headline: "WASP STINGS L1B-

she walked out on him."

Arlene Dahl interviewed Sir
Winston Churchill for her beauty
column and when she asked him
bis idea of a beautiful woman, the

EKACE. Everybody seems to be dipl01Mfr replied: ..My wife

a crmc inese nip, ... A Las Vegas press agent and
... i J'.!.. mnr ia movie idol who's unhappy about
May Wynns surpnse mar- his smal saJ g hatch.
rtage came as a s ur pri .e, ,ot ft t mamake head.
to May; too Six days before the Q embarras tne gtudio
TV's 'Noahs Ark told a maga-). r
line writer: ''Marr age isn t for ne has th
me. I m a career girl. Imth it.
J'V ..H Thl Hiy7ood( Mrs. Jones:
the Joseph Cottens His lavish ne casti director explained to
VJJLSZrv Spain that the role call, for

""''"'t w"-;sympathy and great dimension

Koyce, but he's grinning :

"Any woman married to

actor .or 25 years deserves a
Oscar."
Cotten is hosting, narrating
and starring in the "On Trial"
telefilms on NBC and popping up
on all home screens these days in

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THE WITNET: George Gobel
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around a lamppost. 'Round and
'round he went, feeling he post.
Finally he slumped to the curb
and sighed, "It's no use. I'm
walled in!"
Lillian Roth arrived like gang gang-busters
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Theater." An entourage of hubby,;

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Young Actor

Answer, to Previous Puzzle

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3 Beasts of
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20 He is a
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36 Issue forth
37 Nomads

16 Compass point 6 Facility

17 Grasp 7 Large Plant
1 8 River barrier 8 Speedy
18 Dress, as aircraft
feathers ft Papal capes
21 Conducted 10 Requesters
22 Series of steps 1 1 Requires
24 Mimickers

26 Compound
ether
28 Opposed to lee
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30 River islet
31 Southern
general
32 Cooking
utensil
33 Sightless
35 Show scorn
38 Levantine
ketch (pi.)
30 Protective
covering
41 Important

metal.
42 Artist's frame
46 First woman
47 Athena
49FoX;;
50 Very (Pr )
51 Sweet
secretion
32 Boundary
(comb, form)

23 Kind of type 38 Stable

23 Red-bellied compartment

terrapin
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28 Enervates
93 Temporary
possessor

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43 Kind of bomb
44 Rail bird
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Marlon Brando's gal pal, Jos Jos-anne
anne Jos-anne Mariani, will star ia "Eu "Eu-ropa
ropa "Eu-ropa and the Bull" at a Los

Angeles theater in December.

Vanessa Brown will direct the

show for the American Acting

Company. . Lizabeth Scott, who

made a complete recovery from
the mystery virus that threatened
to blind her, is quietly preparing
to make her bow as a singer on
records. . Gordon MacRae's
looking for an original musical as
one of his four starring TV stints
on Lux Video Theater. Tune up
that violin, Paddy Chayevsky,

Bob Mitchum's "Bandido" will
put him on easy street. He owns
a big chunk of the film and
should clear $500,000. . One Onetime
time Onetime kid star Gigi Perreau, now
15, is college-bound but says she's

giving up her acting career.
. A non-athletic Hollywood ac-

tof reports he had a great work workout
out workout the other day. Went to see a
double feature, "Run for the Sun"
and "Walk the Proud Land."

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rect defensive play may surprise
you.
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the king of hearts and leads the
jack of diamonds. West, your part partner,
ner, partner, plays low, and dummy like likewise
wise likewise plays low. This permits you
to win the second trick with the
queen of diamonds. What do you
return?

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you will get nowhere. Your best

chance is to switch to clubs.
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By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Some Somehow
how Somehow the word has gotten around

that Harry Btlafontt likes 1'Jlk
music. This is odd, since be is
probably the finest practitioner of
the art currently practitioning. He
Ikes it, too.
And people around the world

know that, and know that he's al always
ways always on the lookout for more of1
the same. So he is flooded with!
contributions "records, books, I
scraos of music on tana anil

his Long Island home is crammed the movies," she says. "When U

with this fola-musicians. 'was a little gin, la go to

Belafonte

Mena Carol

Success In Training Viruses
To Attack Cancer Is Claimed

WASHINGTON. Nov 8 fUP) ence for cancerous rather than

Scientists at the National Insti-! normal tissue,
tute of Health announced today Anotuor is to overcome the ety
they have succeeded in training feet of anubodies bodily de de-viruses
viruses de-viruses to attack and destroy hu-lenses- which immediately go in in-man
man in-man cancers grown in rats. to action against the invading vi vi-The
The vi-The experiments mark a new ruses. One method is to Suppress
advance in the fight against the 'the antibodies by drugs like eor eor-nation
nation eor-nation s second most destructive'tisone.
disease. But only time will tell The scientists said the mechan mechan-whether
whether mechan-whether it will provide conclusive) ism by which viruses destroy
answers. tumor cells "has not been deter-
The scientists reported the vi-imined." They said cells them them-ruses
ruses them-ruses .showed a "profound" ability selves may contribute to their

hi icsis io destroy numan cancers own uesirucuon uemg mg-
which had been transferred tojgeted into action by the viruses,
rats. Massive tumors seemed to

Killed Solid Tumo r f fU.u.J

1 ,0 through it ,u e'ventuallv.- theater, that still had vaudeville". J?L' JQUVCIIIICII HVfSI

..JL. t -. . ., .. i""- irauiu m uumaiiv ic-

mains to be seen. But the re researchers
searchers researchers said the preliminary
animal experiments are so prom promising
ising promising that the technique should be
tried.

"The fact that this orinciDle

has been successfully employed to

he savs. "Bight now. I'm fibrin' and I'd wait for the girl singer to

on two weeks off in Fehrnarv and: come on and I'd dream that

than when I'll go through it." !"as me."
He picked up a magailne from! She dreamed herself right into
the 1870s which someone hadlsingine lessons and acting lessons

sent him. It contained an article! and danrine lessons and then into

about New Orelans music, witl a recording contract with a small

some ot me onginai notes. Tnac;iaDel (Ket) and now ner recoras

inat would go mto the stack; are beina out out by ABC-Para-

But Don't Radio;

Thousands Walt

until February. ntoo

"And I have kind of charge
account in record shops all oyer,"
Belafonte said. "They keep send sending
ing sending oH-beat records they get. I'll
play those In February, too."

All this research pays off, of I weeks, fell
coon., in the" beautiful music pounds).

that Belafonte weavo, from the1 But now it looks like the dreams

mminl

Between dreams, she modeled
(hats, which she doesn't wear)
and sang in cocktail lounges and
wei)t on the road with Art
Mooney's band (and in two

from 112 to 103

scraps he unearths. W, getting
harder to find new things all the
time. Currently, he's looking for
another rouser like "Matilda."
There's not much original folk
music that is iinHiiAm,rt

he says, "but there is a lot that is
unexploited."
, As for new music, Belafonte
tsn't quite as gloomy as you
might imagine.
"Take 'Sixteen Ton.,' he says.
,u ?re8t,.rune. I just wish
that I'd had a chance to record it
myself."

He'll probably firU the original

wyj un au ln February.

Short Playing: The folks at the

-.rs am nmmerstei pffice
have taken a fresh piMe 0f paper
that R&H's show and movie al albums
bums albums have sold 3,750,000 copies
since World War H .' A tV
spectacular based on "a" Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Carol" will be made into a
record. This is a musical version
of the Scrooge story, called "The
Stingiest Man In Town," and will
star the Four Lad., vie Damon,,
Ri.nny.?m0nd'-Mrty" reen.
Basil Rsthbone WMd.
'.ik Jony whse RCA
album, "Tony Cafbot Swings On
the Campus, is a med up ver-VrA-
Rf.,c0i,ee marching songs,
ordinarily produces the hip-swing-

Room the Hawaiian

Being

are beginning to come true.
Dielfs Picks: "Crazy With
Love," done by Tares Brewer
(Coral) and Guy Mitchell (Colum
bia) looks sure-fire. Others: "Ba
by Doll" (Percy Faith, Colum
bia); "A Rose and a Baby Ruth'
(George Hamilton IV, ABC-Para
mount); "Love Letters" (Jon
James, MGM); ''Now Baby Now'
(Julie London, Liberty); "Can'
We Be Friends" (Ella Fitiger:!
and Louis Armstrong, Verve);
"Mutual Almiratioa Society'
(Jye P. Morgan and Eddy Ar
neld, RCA); "Just I In Time'

(Tony Bennett, Columbia); "Sal

ly The Tradewinds, Dot;

SAN T ins nmspo raitf m e

destroy solid tumor transplants," Martian "spacemen" disappointed
they said, 'suggests its posible Saucer -Day" celebrants
application for future clinical when they failed to contact earth.
tudieg- i ac Martian visitors were sup-
The scientists-Drs. R. GeraMlE
!iii,iH purt i tr'.i 9on KATY through a network of
lace P 'Rnwe anH b fu!u moblle radar 'and directibhal
lace P. Rowe, Snd Robert Love-lfinrir. aiinnIilil bv th,

reported their findings at the an

nuat fall meeting of the National
Academy of Sciences.
Institute researchers reported
last' spring they had succeeded In
partjally destroying cervical tu tumors
mors tumors in humans with injections
of adenoviruses which cause
grippe. They were unable to de destroy
stroy destroy the tumors entirely because
the body's natural defenses coim-

terat'acKed tne viruses

Polytechnic Institute here.

The radio station went through
with its plan to go off the air
for three mniutes at 10 p.m., 10:15
p.m., and 10:30 p.m., so that Sig Signals
nals Signals could be heard. But nothing
happened.

they could fihisht heir iob

In today's- report, the scientists
disclosed they have now teen able
to train three cpxsackJe R viruses
to .attack human cervical cancers
"own in rats. These appear to
C3 far more powerfur than the
earlier adenoviruses and re caus-

One of the mobile. units, located
on a nearby hilltop, reported
-'"Mintr an unidentified flvinff nh-

before ;.,. nA a radio station itV TUr-

'celev, Calif., reported seelne; a
blue lieht in the skv. The blue
Haht 'nter was identified as a
weather balloon.

ing quite bit of excitement

. ,1 among researchers.

i u;.,T i .is... i.a.. n in i some coxsacK's cause oiseaces

- am ju ui bntni. I h

Mood music, for all kinds ci D(jlio But they actually sre rela rela-quiet
quiet rela-quiet moods pianist Todd jtjvely mj)d and we worth 1ak,ng
ii.' f! ,,S ? r w Jnt!?at1J,if it would' mean the destruction
Listenmg" (Verve); Mel Davis Lf a fatlj CMt
givesout with his "Trumpet Witl I The ho0e ig to' find a vln,s or

' 9om (ispici; me uick rtymanamjjy 0f viruses which will He
Trio plays "Beside a Shady Nook". stroy malignant tumors so fas

the bodv's defenses

younitor trying Ho

make it big. in records is enough
AHmke F fal "a dreamer."
And Mon. Carol who is as beauti-
adm.ts that she's a dreamer.
Ipicture myself on TV and in

(MGM); Barbara Carroll plays

we Just Couldn't Say Good-Bye"
(RCA); Aldred Newman and His
Orchestra have the semi-classics
dolled up as "Love Drems" (Dec
ca); more lush arrangements of

classic (Strauss) from von Kara",

Ian and the Phuharmonia Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra on "Champagne for Or Orchestra"
chestra" Orchestra" (Angel).
Classical piano, releases that
merit your attehtl6n ItOrbl
Plays Mozart's Sonatas Nos. 11
and 12 and ''Beethoven's Moonlight

sonata (Angei;; yionn &ouia
plays Beethoven's Sonatas Nos.
30, 31 and 32 (Columbia); Pretslor
plays Richter's Sonata for Piano
and Ben-Haim's Sonata for Piano

(MGM); Geza Anda plays Bar Bar-tok's
tok's Bar-tok's "For Children," Vol. 2
(Angel).

can't

them before the lob is done

There are manv problems. One
is to "train" the viruses by

Although the radio station didn't
contact anv space ships it was
flooded with calls from flying
saucer enthusiasti.
"It was a madhouse here," an announcer
nouncer announcer Hugh H a r 1 i n g said.
"Everv one wanted to know about
the snacemen. I didn't know there
re that ms"y flyin? saucer en enthusiasts
thusiasts enthusiasts In the countn"
The preparations for greetinf
the possible landing of men from
f V"5i foTlnwinC a r-

fast port from "saucer scientists" in

stop i and London that a Iandine

nf spacemen eould be ex"cted
he ni"ht of Nov. 7 in smitbern

Cs'ifornia. The "scentlsts" also

oassin them from tumor to tu- said the vis'tor we'd attemnt to
mor In animals' for examole so contact earth through radio or
they will develop a strong prefer- television station.

' IF"

GOP Made Gains But Got
No Real Foothold In South

ATLANTA (UP) Undimmed
Eisenhower popularity" and con conservatives'
servatives' conservatives' resentment against the
Democrats gave Republicans un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented gams in the South,
but no real 'two-party" foothold.

contract. Dummy wins with the Klo' to Tennesse 'and V the
king of clubs, and the defenders r,t Hmo in an v:.an.'
1 cglubthtrickSe loftnS S a-
and two club tricks South s ten majorito or Presldent8 Eisen-
of clubs is good enough to wm the hower They also regained wven
fourth round of that suit. congressional seats:
East can cfeat the contract by But hoirvrrs i-..j

returning his low club instead of
one of the honors. East should real realize
ize realize that his partner has the ace of

diaitonds. This will give West a

plain the phenomenon were not
willing to concede the Republicans
a "party victory" 0r admit they
haVP mnrlp Dermannnf mpAarIa In

cnonce io ieao wirougn me xmg oi tne once solidly Democratic South,
clubs later on. An exception was Florida, where
When East returns his lowest clu! State Chairman James A. Mllli Mllli-declarer
declarer Mllli-declarer can win the trick in eith-jgan warned Democrats that "we
er hand and. force out the ace of have encountered an Influx of new
diamonds. West now leads another j citizens who are Republican in
club through dummy's king, and theory and practice."

East is ready to take three club

tricks, defeating the contract.

Winnie Is OK

LONDON, Nov. 9 (UP) Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill is recovering
"nicelv" from a chill he snftVrprl

:15-BLTJE RIBBON SPORTS yesterdav, his house staff said
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) today. The chill kept the 81-year-6:
JO Manhattan Melodies iold retired Prime Minister in-

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of survival training subsisted on
this strange variety of food: 2,100
trout, 200 frogs, 30 ground squir squirrels,
rels, squirrels, 80 porcupines, three rattle

snakes, two badgers, two rabbits,
and numerous quantities of craw crawfish
fish crawfish and fresh water clams.

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"We are now convinced that we

have a two-party state," he said.

It was pointed out that the Pres President
ident President gained votes both from Ne Negroes
groes Negroes seeking greater eauality

under a second Republican term

ana irom aisgruotied Democrats

opposing the liberal civil rights!

platform oi tneir own party.
But neither the Negro vote nor
the showings of independent "pro "protest"
test" "protest" slates appeared decisive in
any state. The Repdblican plat platform
form platform was no more attractive to
the conservatives than the Demo Democratic.
cratic. Democratic. "For a Republican to make such
a showing in Dixie seems almost
to defy analysis," editor Vlrginius
Dabnev of the Richmond Times
Dispatch told United Press.
Dabney and a number of other
southern newspaper editors be believed
lieved believed the war issue, rather than

!any new aspect of the race issue,

caused the liUF votet o exceed
that of 1952.
Dabney believed a "seriops de deterioration
terioration deterioration in the level of the

Stevenson campaign"' was an add added
ed added factor but the racial issue also

contributed one of the "more ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary spectacles of the cam campaign."
paign." campaign."
The Negroes rebed on what they
felt they had accomplished under
Eisenhower whire the whites were
evidently convinced that he repre represented
sented represented a relatively moderate point
of view." Dabney said.
Republican votes were not con confined
fined confined to the four-states that Mr.
Eisenhower carried for a second

1 1 time and to newcomer Louisiana.

Two Republican congressmen
were returned to office each in

mm,"? an Tennessee, and one
!!hJn North CarUna,. Florida

- xexas. iownere did the Pres

lose mucn ground in his
PODlllar ,....!

In South Carolina, which Adlai
fjevenson carried this time as
well as in 1952, the Stevenson
Popular vote was less than the
combined total of the Republican
ana an independent slate
Former South Carolina Gov.
James F. Byrnes, a Democrat
wno repudiated Stevenson and en endorsed
dorsed endorsed the insurgents, said the
combined Republican -independent

-.-ywiug Jn ma siaie means a
brighter future prospect for his
Party.
"It means that four years hence
me candidate of both parties will
give more consideration to the
views of South Carolina on im important
portant important issues," Byrnes said,
south Carolina is np longer in
the bag for .any party."
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PROVIDENCE R. I. (UP)-

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that "some day" Heath would be

Paid True to his promise, the
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1958

dS FAN AMI AMERICA AH
DAILY

Ike Won By 10,000,000 Record Votes;

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WASHINGTON. Nov. (UP) -i

President Eisenhower rolled up

fit biggest popular vote in his his-ory
ory his-ory in Tuesday's election, break break-ng
ng break-ng his own 1952 record, late re re-urns
urns re-urns showed today.

What Is more, he set the new

ill-time mark the hard way. He
lid it by boosting his percentage
f what apparently was a smaller
otal vote than the 61,551,919 bal-

ots eait four Tears affo.

But in electoral votes, the presi

dent still was runner-up to Frank Frank-5a
5a Frank-5a D. Roosevelt. He fell short of

he late Democratic President's
Sectoral totals in both the 1932

nd 1936 elections.
The latest United Press tabula-

Eon gave Mr. Eisenhower 34,205,
IS Dooular votes to 24.731,638 foi

itdlal E. Stevenson. With the
aunt still incomplete, the Presi Presi-ent
ent Presi-ent already was ahead of his
962 score when the two candi

dates polled 33,937,252 and
57,314,992 respectively. His per per-bentae
bentae per-bentae was 58 per cent, or three

Mints higher than la 1952.

The electoral vote ran 457 to

74 In Mr. Eisenhower's favor, as
against 442 to 89 in 1952. He also
captured 41 states, two more than
he did in winning his first term.
The largest electoral vote mar

gin ever polled was 'FDR's 523 to

9 victory over a urea m. juanaon
in 1936. Four years earlier, he had
taken Herbert Hoover 472 to 59,
which still stands as second larg largest.
est. largest. WmA Mr Eisenhower been run

ning as a Democrat, he might

possibly have Desiea one or twin
nt Pnnspvplt's electoral records.

MMnm drew most of his sup

port from the South, where the

mere fact tnat ne was a uemucrai

for gave him a Sizeable advantage.

Most ooservers agreeu oa iwu
points in analyzing Mr. Eisen

hower s great victory: nis peisuu peisuu-.1
.1 peisuu-.1 nnmiiaritv transcends 'Dartv

a. yvjnu. -'J
barriers In many places and he
was helped by the foreign crises
that developed near the close of
the campaign.

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There was much less agree agreement
ment agreement on the reasons for the politi

cal schizophrenia, or split-ballot

complex, that led the nation to
elect a Democratic Congress

along with a Republican Presi

dent.
Democrats claimed their con
sressional victory showed the vot

ers were unwitting to trust the

Republicans with complete con
trol of the government.
GOP National Chairman Leon

ard W. Hall disagreed. But he

said Kepubucans have to con concede"
cede" concede" mat Mr. Eisenhower is
more popular than his party. He

said more impetus win be put be behind
hind behind Mr. Eisenhower's "modern"

Republican party in the next four

years.
Labor leaders claimed they
K" ied a major role in helping
mocratic congressmen and
there were indications that farm
discontent boosted Democratic

stock also.
Anart from the Smith. Mr. Eis

enhower swept every farm state
except Missouri, but his majori majorities,
ties, majorities, which increased In most

areas, generally were reduced in
tho form twit. Sen. Andrew F.

Schoeppel (R-Kan), chairman of

the GOP senatorial campaign
nmmitfw cneculated that farm

ers wanted to "get even- wun

some GOP. candidates for eco

nomic losses suffered under the

drought and sagging farm prices,
fine Rpnuhliran official said his

party "apparently lost up to 40

per cent of our larm vote.
Democrats claimed the farm
ksup heftier! elect Democratic

governors in normally Republican

Iowa and Kansas ana to unseat
six GOP congressmen and two
senators.
Mr Eisenhower himself did not

oor hurt hv the farm "revolt."

. ... .. ,,7,.

But neitner was nis pouucai

magic automatically transfer transferable.
able. transferable. Among the casualties were

some of his own-nana-picKea can
HiHaips and Dersonal friends.

GOP Senate candidates running
with more than the routine presi presidential
dential presidential endorsement were tripped
in Oregon, Washington, Pennsyl

vania and uoioraao. am in Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, two Senate contestants with
special Eisenhower blessing made

the grade.
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Discussion Group
Heels Tonight

The theme for the regular
Friday night discussion group at
Wirz Memorial hall in Balboa
will be "God's New Messenger"
the Baha'i arouo of the Canal

7nnB antiminced todav.

T" r. .kia

Tnese meetings are preaeniwu
weekly at the Wfas Hall, across

from tne statuette oi taoerty oa
Balboa Road, and are open to

all races, creeds, and nationali nationalities.
ties. nationalities. The Baha'i World Faith of

fers these discussions In an ef

fort; toward better understand

ing of the problems of mankind,
that th world may sooner real

ize the peace that all nations are
praying for.
. Mrs. jean Berest of Panama
City will speak on the subject
for tonight, and there will be
onoortunity for everyone to par

ticipate in discussion after her
talk. The meeting will begin at
8 p.nu There Is no admission
charge, and no collections will
be taken.

SOUTHPORT, N.C. Nov. 9 (UP)

A haggard young fisherman,

plucked starving from the sea

after 12 days adrift with no water
and little food, told a harrowing
account today of how he lay in
the arms of the dead companion
he finally tossed into shark-infested
waters.

Douglas Wilson Sessoms of Lau-

rinburg, N. C, was rescued from

almost certain death by the tank

er SS Hess Patrol which spotted

his 16-foot homemade skiff a tiny
speck on the horizon 160 miles off

Savannah, Oa.

Sessoms was transferred to a

Coast Guard patrol boat and
rushed here while attendants
moistened his parched Dps with
a damp cloth and put between

clean white hospital sheets.

He said that he and a friend.

J. Eddie Boone, also of Laurin-

burg, embarked on a fishing
jaunt two weeks ago but got

caught m a nor easter that raked

the coast. Their skiff drifted ,to

sea, and there the drama of life

and death in an open boat began
As his friend lay dying of hun

ger and thirst, Sessoms said he

watched one ship after another

appear on the horizon, but never

close enough to spot then little

craft.

Their meager supplies of three
cans of beans and two soft drinks
soon were exhausted.

Adrift 12 Days, He Watched
Fishing Friend Go Mad, Die

"Eddie cot se weak he couldn't

move, Sessoms said. "Then he

went crazy and kept trying to get
out of the boat over the side."

Sn flnaflv Bat Boon aat-

tled down and began figuring out

now to ration ue iooa mere was
no water and trying to repair the
boat's motor which stopped after

a wave wasnea uyct

Ha removMf the too from the

motor and let the rain pour into

it to wash it out. He used the

top to catch rain water their

only drinking water during the

12 days. Sessoms ilea nis T-snirt

in hnarri aa a distress slffnar.

but the wind blew it away. He

replaced it wren a two-rone snirt
Boone, meanwhile, became de

lirimia Scaantna. who 18 30. Wai

barely conscious himself. He spent
. m .a A A. a

most Of tne time taxing care w

his companion, wetting us ups
occasionally with salt water.

Than th sharks earns, in such

numbers that they pounded their
hp art acainst the bottom and

sides of the boat. "The sharks

and no waterthat was the worst
part," Sessoms said.
Six dsys after they were set
adrift, Boone said. Sessoms laid
his bodv in the bottom of the

boat "Finally, I got so weak I
laid down in his arms.
"Fnr tam niffhta I lav in his

arms. Then I pushed him ever."

Alone, Sessoms spent tne last

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big ears and ail of them lovable.
At the gift booth Jay Cain and
her committee have collected an
assortment of gifts ideal for ev everyone
eryone everyone really, but particularly
those you buy for who reside in
(he States. T.smps made fr o m
railroad ties, bookends made rail railroad
road railroad ties and rails and inscribed
with the date of the material used,
hurricane lamps with polished ma ma-hogony
hogony ma-hogony bases and lovely polished
mahogtny plates will be among
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FILM STAR AND HUSBAND CUT CAKE Mr. and Mrs. Budd
Moss cut the cake at their wedding at the Hotel El Panama
yesterday. Mrs. Moss Is motion picture actress Ruth Romart.
KU Kenan Wed, Budd Wo

Miss Roman was escorted in

mamage by Koberio Kisenmann

of Panama, rernando Eleta stood

with Mr. Mois and served as his

witness Npwsman Luis C. Nol

served a interpreter or the cere ceremony
mony ceremony which was performed in
lroni ol a Dank of large colorful
i i : i:

pottea nimscus ana ginger unes
I'nnln i iinlipr 'fnmas riUl'UanO Dl'O

euced a nandful of rice from his

pocitet to complete the ceremony
After sifrnins the ofticial Dapers

the couple entered the Wasninglon

salon tu the wedding maien irom
Lohengren, played by Luis Azca-
rrasi nn thn nrean.

' After receiving and giving toasts

in champagne, the couple cut a

three-tiereu wedding cane.
Ahnnt so tmesis kissed and' danc

ed with the bride and groom, and

enjoyed a delicious ouiiei.
Tnose present including Comp
trnltpr RnhcHn Heurtemaite. Dr

and Mrs. Giiberto Arias, Dr. Har-

modio Arias, Jr., Mr. ana jvirs
Miunol Moreno Mrs Robert Mc

riruth Mr Arno liauee. members

of the Hotel El Panama office

staff and directorate, and a num
ber of others hastily invited after
the couple docked yesterday.
Preliminary arrangements had

been made bv radio Deiore i n e

ship reached Balboa.
C.iocls unaoilialprl nn what it

would be like to be married be

fore, and feted by, a roomful ot

strangers.
Somebody asked the new Mrs.
Moss, who graciously replied that
people were the same all over
and nobody remained a stranger
for more than a few minutes.
Th riwml. left aboard the Ber-

langer which sailed this morning
en route to Europe, where they
plan to debark in Antwerp and go
to Paris, then to Madrid.
Ultra Moss' vnunP. SOD. D1CKV,

who will celebrate his fourth
birthday on Sunday, stayed aboard

the ship with a maid lor tne nonn-

bound transit.

l3n Ccrvmonii -Jl J4ote( 1 i

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Dark-haired, deep-voiced Ruth Roman, cinemactress of
Hollywood, plighted her troth to Budd Moss early yesterday
afternoon In a civil ceremony performed in a small private
room, at Hotel El Panama. Moss Is a director and movie
artist who owns a Las Vetjas nightclub.
Municipal Judge Eduardo Pazmino performed the cere ceremony
mony ceremony In the presence of jHiaM-dpten well-wishers who had
become quick friends of the couple since they debarked at
mid-morning from the cargo Hner Berganger. The couplj

exchanged gout rings.

bouquet of gardenias and baby's

breath.
Miss Anne Marie Henriquez,
who was Miss Roman's' only
friend in Panama before she left
the ship yesterday, stood with her
as a witness.
Miss Henriguez' wore a blue
brocaded dress with a jacket.
The twn had met fast vear in

California, and had traveled on the

same ship to Europe last summer.
Miss Menriouez went out to meet

Miss Roman aboard the Bergan

ger yesterday.

Doctors-' Wivts Enjoy

Afttrnoon Party
Mrs. H. W. Maloney and Mrs.
R. A. Arosemena entertained a
group of Gorgas doctors' wives at
Mrs. Maloncy's home in Ancon
Wednesday afternoon.
Assisting the hostesses were
Mesdainec C. L. Trent, C. A.
Rockwood, N. Schlager and L. D.
McGlynn.
(Continued on Page 7)

January

I Seen

For her wedding, Miss Roman
wore an extremely simple, flesh flesh-pink
pink flesh-pink sheath of damask figured cot cotton.
ton. cotton. Gold loope earrings and a
jade charm, worn on a thin chain
around her throat, were her only
pieces of jewelry.
She had purchased the dress dress-along
along dress-along with several others at Mot Mot-ta'l
ta'l Mot-ta'l in a whirlwind shopping tour
through Panama stores. Her shoes
were nigh heeled plexiglass a a n n-dals.
dals. n-dals. She carried in preference to
orchids a feather-shaped hand

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i Skingley's boxer, Thor, is named after the Scandinavian god of
' iwar, but there's no hassle between the two over this juicy soup
i jbone. When the young Londoners have a bone to pick, they
I'chew over the subject and digest the matter amicably.

weyner,

Oberline Bride
TRENTON, N.J., Nov. 9' (UP)
Rnhert. R Mevnef. 48,

beaming from ear to ear, and
pretty Miss 'Helen Stevenson, 38,
said today they would be married
I "-0A1M otim in .Tanuarv" in the

Oberlin, Ohio, hometown of the

bride-to-be. s
The hanclsnmp COUDle ho. a a

new! conference iust a few hours

after Miss Stevenson's parents,

Dr. and Mrs. William u. Steven Stevenson,
son, Stevenson, announced the engagement.
The sovernor met his fiancee

last May when he attended a

mock political convention at Ober Oberlin
lin Oberlin College which is headed by

Miss Stevenson s lainer.
Since then the governor and
Miss Stevenson had been seeing

each other frequently.
Miss Stevenson said the marri marriage
age marriage would take place either in the

Oberlin College chapel or tne t irst
Congregational Church of Oberlin.
The blue-eyed Miss Stevenson,
wearing a black dress with a full
skirt said she and the Governor

began "serious" discussions about
getting married during the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic political convention in Chi

cago last August.
Miss Stevenson who is a distant

cousin of unsuccessful Democratic
presidential nominee Adlai E. Ste Stevenson,
venson, Stevenson, said the governor gave
her a three-diamond engagement
ring about a month ago, but she

didn t wear it until today.
Aslret when ha Imp 117 he was In

love with Miss Stevenson, Meyner
said "I think I got quite serious

in juiy.
Wu Jersev's future -first ladv

iaid she and the governor had

aiscussea meir age auterence at
great length before deciding to
take the matrimonial st.en "We

decided it depend on the individ individuals,"
uals," individuals," sh said.

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If you haven't started v o u r

Christinas shopping then the Ear

ly Bird Christmas Bazaar if the

piace lor you. The Woman's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary of the Parish of Our Saviour
and St. Margaret's is busily en

gaged in putting the finishing
touches on the items for. this an annual
nual annual affair whichwill be held at
St. Margaret's Parish Hafl in Mar Margarita
garita Margarita starting at 6 pjn. on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Nov. 16.

The Christmas decorations booth

will feature many novel creations.

among them stryrofoam snowballs

decorated with sequins and span-
?les. slitter and mettallic mesh
o add zest to your Christmas tree.

For the tiny tots there will be

decorated Christmas stockings of

corduroy and Christmas boots of
felt to hang up for Santa to fiil
to the brim, and they hold a lot
too!
If you always have trouble try trying
ing trying to display the Christmas cards
you receive, you'll be pleased with
the lovely decorated felt Christ Christmas
mas Christmas card holders. They are just
the thing to show off those cards
you receive trt their best advan advantage
tage advantage besides adding a novel touch

I to your home and they come in

red, green or blue felt, so you can

carry out your own personal dec
orating color theme.

There'll be novelty Christmas
earrings, Santas, snowmen and
small Christmas balls so that you
can carry the Yulelide theme right

GETTING READY FOR BAZAAR Shown working on headbands and snowballs for the
Early Bird Christmas Bazaar, which will be he Id at St. Margaret's Parish Hall Nov 16 are
(left to right) Mary A. Thomas, Alice Engelke, Fee Everson, Alice-Diete, Dorothy Meehan
Georgette Robertson ?ird Pamela Thompson.

along wi'h you. Along the same
fine, trying to get that ole' feel feeling
ing feeling of good wilt with snow falling
and the smeil of holly in the air
is a bit difficult down here in the
tropics, but if you pin on a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas corsage it gives you a lift
and there will be Christmas cor corsages
sages corsages to pin oh, some to wear on
your arm, and even some on head headbands
bands headbands for a really festive touch.
Candles

decorating your home for the Yu Yu-letide
letide Yu-letide season and they can often
be used where nothing else seems
to fit in. and the hazaar Will halVaft

a variety of Christmas candles for
you to choose from. There will be
decorated tapers in tfce, Christmas
Colors Of rerl crrnon and Kin,

Christmas tree candles, and some

in oaa snapes and sizes all decor decorated
ated decorated up with frosting and glitter.
Floating candles are verv effec

tive especially when used with
flowers nd there will be a selec selection
tion selection of these available also.
Mothers, if you're having trou trouble
ble trouble shopping for little Susie, Kay,
etc., the place for you is the doll
clothes booth. Claire Bruland,
chairman of this, booth and her

lonimmee nave oeen husily en engaged
gaged engaged cutting, basting and sevrtng

unu win nave a grand, variety of

these hard to gel items for dolly's
wardrobe. In the collection on

hand will be those popular native

costumes, the montunas complete

wun nat ana 3U year bag and a

few .polleras complete with tem tem-bleques.
bleques. tem-bleques. Ballet dresses complete
with matching ballet slippers, lus luscious
cious luscious evening dresses and sequin sequin-ed
ed sequin-ed felt circle skirts will be &
mong some of the glamor items.
For everyday wear1, "shorts' and

blouses, skirts and blouses, dress dresses,
es, dresses, shortle pajamas and robes will

be available. For the baby dolls,
such items ts booties, baby blan blankets
kets blankets and kimonas will be on hand.
Accessories such as crotched slip slippers
pers slippers with hand bags to macth,
shoes and other items too numer numerous
ous numerous to mention will also be dis displayed.
played. displayed. An item that has created a lot
of attention among the women
working on them are the Yo Yo
dolls. There are perfect gifts for
the toddlers and they are just too
clever for words to describe. Some
have' clown faces, some sweetheart

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Social and Otli

erwiSe

Continued

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President D La Guardie
Attends Irtauf uratioa
Of New Bank Branch
Mr rih R Cramer, resident

vire-nresident and Mr. C. Frede-

rik Obediente, manager tendered
hmnaiada yesterday morn

ing in honor of the President of
the Republic of Panama Ernesto
Ho la r.uarriia on the occasion of

the inauguration of the New La
Exposition Branch of the F i til
National City Bank of New York.
Archbishop Francisco Beckman
officiated and members of the ca cabinet
binet cabinet and Diplomatic Corps at attended
tended attended In the afternoon a reception wat
held ior a large group of friends
of the bank in Panama City.

WHIN RfLATIVi MOVIS IN
DON'T ALTER YOUR
CUSTOMS
Should a couple who are used
to serving drinks to their friends
in their own home feel they can
no longer continue to serve a
before-dinner drink when a parent

Mrs. Lee Winslow
Given Baby Shew
A baby shower was given in hon honor
or honor of Mrs. Lee Winslow at the

home of Mrs. Peggy Wertx of Cu-

rundu Heights, Wednesday night.
Co-hostesses were Mrs. Dorothy

Carney. Miss Pauline Bynum and'

Mrs. Wertz.
Guesu who attended were Meg Meg-dames
dames Meg-dames Kaief Hoiman, Rose Me-

Pheters, Rose Mecadon, Nancy

Burns, Gladys De Key, Martha
Fausset, Marie McNamara, Phyl Phyllis
lis Phyllis Best and Peggy Lutsch.

Ft. Clayti

Officers' Wives

The regular monthly business
meeting of the Fort Clayton Offic Officers'
ers' Officers' Wives Ciub was held Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, at the Fort Clayton Officers'
Club. Mrs. Margaret Washburn,
President of the Club, led the dis discussion
cussion discussion for new business. The
slate of candidates for new offices
was presented and decided upon.
Election of .iew officers win be
held at the Club's December busi business
ness business meeting.
The Officers' Wives' Club also
decided to s jonsor the formal
dance of th Fort Clayton?" Offic

ers Club, to appropriate tunas ior

who objects to drinking moves in the Youth Council, and to wrap
Zv H,lm" luum Christmas packages for men of

with them

That is the question that con
fronts one wife who writes:

"My husband's mother is going
to make her home with us. I am
glad to have her but I am worried

about one uung.
"M mnther-in-Iaw is very in

nwnt ahnnt drinking. My hus-

haari rrH T are used to serving

drink or two when we have dinner
guests or when friends stop in for
an evening. Do you think it is
necessary that we stop this cus

tom out of respect ior my uu uu-band's
band's uu-band's mother?
"None ot our friends drinks to
excess but they are used to being
ffred a lrink when they are

entertained and 1 am afraid that

things will suddenly seem very
stiff and formal at our house if
dn not feel free to ask, 'Would

you like- a drink?'

She Should Feel More At Heme

Things are likely to be even

mpre constrained between you
and your mother-in-law if you
start trying to lead your life and
run your owi home according to

her ideas instead of your own

If you are in the habit of serv serving
ing serving drinks whv not continue to

do so?

Your mother-in-law may not
approve but you can be pretty
sure that when she was ypur age
and the head of her Own house
she did' the things that were

customary among her friends,

, it stte is f
home with you

insr to Aecfot your standards

conduct and your way of doing

things.

Don't make an issue of your
custom" of serving drinks at home

by apologizing for it or trying to

defend .t.
Just go on as you always have

remembering that you are the
mistress in your own home, that
you are old enough to make your
own decisions and that if you are

making your mother-in-law a wel welcome
come welcome member of the family she
should be willing to accept your
Way of life without criticism.

I

the Armed rces.

Following the formal business
meeting, the women enjoyed an
informal Coffee served by the
Hostesses, Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Mc-

Hugh, and Mrs. Chadderton.

Among those present at the

meeting were the fallowing Mes
dames M Athur, I. Ash, D. Chad
derton, V. Coffin, J. Collins, H
Cox, L. Cn ford, M. Dooley, M
Dooley, M. doss, G. Heck, P.

Howard, P. Hughes, L. Johnson,
E. Kilgren, M. Lilyegreen, M.
Messner, R. Morrisey, S. Munson,

E. Peca, M. Price, E. Rainey, M.
Seymour, I. Sherman, J. Strom,
Av Taffe, K. VanEmst, M. Ho s s-dale.
dale. s-dale. K. Walt..i. M. Washburn, P.

Wells, A. White, M. Wiikerson and

L. Selbey

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MEETINGS

tack Mtice Hi iadusma in this
column should be submitted in
fype-wraTteri fem ana1 mail to ea
t the Wo numbers listed daily in
Secial art Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by head tt the office. Netkas f
ain caeaet be accepted by
telephone.
Celon 1.A.V.C
Meets Monday

The, Coon Unit of the Inter-A

merican Women's Club will hold

their next General Assembly on

Monday- at 4 p.m. m the Club
Building. All members are invited
to attend this meeting after which

tea wul be served.

Guest speakers for the afternoon

will be Mr. John Surany and Mr.

Manuel tasuuo.

Isthmian Historical
Society Meets Nov. 14

The Isthmian Historical Society

will have as its honored guests
Nov. J 4 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H.

Thatcher wh will! be visiting here
for the celebrations in connection

with the 50th Anniversary of the

Hotel Tivoli.

The Reverend Mainert Peterson

will have charge of the program,
which will discuss the churches,

the educational system, and the
Y.M.C.A., during construction
days.
Edward J. Cooper, Archdeacon

Emaritus of Colon. Mr. Bruce

Saunders, Jr., and Mr. Roy Dwelle

are members of the panel.

Gov. Fetter Will
a Guest At Balboa
Lien's Birthday
Governor and Mrs. William E.

Potter will be guests at the 4th

Anniversary of the Lions 's Club of

Balboa, wh: "i will be celebrated

tonight ith a buffet supper and

dance at the American Legion
Club at Fort Amador.

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12. the occasion will be marked

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and has as its primary mission the
audit of all U.S. Army activities in
Central America, South America,
and the Antilles.

USIA Director's
Resignation
Accepted By Ike
WASHINGTON, Nov. (UP) -President
Eisenhower has accept accepted
ed accepted the resignation of Theodore C.
Streibert as director of the U. S.
Inforation Agency.
Streibert, a former radio exe executive,
cutive, executive, has been head of the USIA
since it was divorced from the
State Department and became an
independent agency three years a a-go.
go. a-go. His resignation is effective
Tuesday.
In a letter to Mr. Eisenhower,
Streibert said he had to quit his
post because of "family respon responsibilities."
sibilities." responsibilities." He noted that the time
he became agency director, he sti stipulated
pulated stipulated he could hold the post for
only one year.
The 57-year-old official is a form former
er former chairman of the board of the
Mutual Broadcasting System and
former president of radio station
WOR in New York.

sans S spO&eia

OUTSTANDING Pfc Fred
Hemphill,' Tank company,
2oth Infantry Regiment, has
been excused from all Fort
Kobbe interior guard for the
remainder of his current en enlistment
listment enlistment in this command. He
was named outstanding sentry
seven times since he was first
assigned to the Sykes Regu Regulars,
lars, Regulars, (U.S. Army Photo).
Rotary To Again

Sponsor 1 Pal Day'
The Panama Rotary in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the USO is again spons

oring "Pal Day" for servicemen
in the ('anal Zone, the Special Serv Services
ices Services Officer announced this week.
Nov. 15 has been set as "Pa Day"
here. Thirty soldiers, 18 airmen
and 12 sailors have been invited
to the luncheon. Included in the
program will be short addresses
by one member of all three serv

ices.
Military personnel in attendance

will be chosen by their command commanding
ing commanding officer on the basis of merit

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WASHINGTON, Nov. (UP)
Erection returns revealed today
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cratic Democratic Negro vote in some north northern
ern northern cities.
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000 400.-000 votes cast in a cross-section

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delphia and New York remained

loayl to the Democratic Party

and its presidential candidate, Ad Ad-lai
lai Ad-lai Stevenson.
2. Republicans scored their
most impressive gain in New

York City where Stevenson's mar

gin in three Harlem districts was

reduced from 4-1 in 1952 to 2-1.

3. GOP gains were much smal

ler in Chicago, almost negligible
in Detroit and non existent in

Philadelphia.
The big Harlem shift may have

been due, 'x part, to the stand
taken by Democratic Rep. Adam

Clayton Powell, Harlem Negro.

Powell refused to support the

Democratic ticket. He urged Ne Negroes
groes Negroes throughout the country to

vote tor President Eisenhower He

contended the Eisenhower admin

istration is more interested in civil
rights for Negroes.

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borne Osborne Hill recently celebrated the
38th anniversary of his "death."
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ficial official "death certificate" hanainn

ron a wall in his home.

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Bulldogs Favorites
Fo Whip Cristobal Tigers
At Mount Hope Stadium
All road tonight leads to Mt. Hope Stadium on
the Atlantic aide of the Isthmus, for thia wil be the
teene of action for the bif football game ;of the .year
"the one in which the champions i for "l be
crowned and the two rival high schools, Balboa and

Cristobal, the contenders.

The Bulldogs of Balboa High,
dnrrently on top of the close
Se? "re favorites to recapture
the crown they now defend ana
need but a tie to keep the foot football
ball football championship over on th th-Sblfic
Sblfic th-Sblfic Side. For the lads from
iXtobal victory is a "must," for
anything short of that will see
the Tigers again allow the hon honor
or honor of being interschool champs

from tnejr grasp.

ite Bulldogs win bring w w

Afttritlc Side a powenui

UMi oi gnaaers wuu
UrimrMi tnme roueh eolngs

tSheir last outing against J.C.

Trfe Bulldogs had hopea to sew
it U up before coming to the
Atlantic Side 'tonight, but appar appar-enlly
enlly appar-enlly Junior College had other

j ana in wie roic m
out those ideas into motion

finning 19-7.

lut Dan winwosKy, ru

srnan and eitner ury
. r nttrhle More constitute

W jwwerful force in the Balboa
baekfield and cannot be expect expect-ed'to
ed'to expect-ed'to once again be stymied as
thy were gainst J.C

Lnd on wieir unc ihcj ua.

km. the most etiecnve unea-

ttf

men 3h the loop in Bob Fearoni

and team captain Ken Morris.
yjivt will lead a force or

Bulldogs bent on a championship

and much tne wiser iw w
they have suffered.
Cristobal High, the lighter of
the two teams, will be hoping
fair Mather in an effort to

combine their running plays

with some aerial attacks. A s op op-pv
pv op-pv field against Junior College
the last time they met caused
Cristobal to stay on the ground
and may have deprived the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers of victory as the game end ended
ed ended in a scoreless tie.
Cristobal's backfield wUl be
vi.nriiori hv manv as the Tigers

look for some reserve "power In
their small squad. David Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne is first choice to call trie
plays from quarterback, while
Ray Croft and Billy Rankin run

from the haws, jjamoine n -in
,.thn ha been dolnz double

duty most of the season on the
line and In the backfield, will al alternate
ternate alternate with Cristobal's promis promising
ing promising iimior Billv Gibson, at full-

o

Kick-off time is 7 o'clock, but

the box office win open ai o
handle the large crowd expected

Kg be on nana.

League Leading Kobbe,
Clayton Basketball 5s

Clash Tomorrow Night

Paraiso, Albrook

Students Soccer

Match Tomorrow
A came in honor of veterans of

war will be played tomorrow at
Paraiso's soccer field between

an all-star Paraiso team and
the Latin American students of

Albrook Air Force Base.

The game will begin at 2:30

p.m.

1 wort Claytons Cavaliers

port Kobbe's RWlrWjn

holding a share

a,: Armea rorcoo "ramr'
rue lead with identical 15-2
L. Mash tomorrow nlgnt

SruT' iMtnn avmnasium in

fiat should be the decisive bat-

of the season kt2M

he winner oi ura
ablv wear the crown. In the

90 final games of the cam-

naien Clayton races navy
ES Atlaritic, both three-time
victims of the Cavs while Kobbe
meetFthe A's and Albrook AFB.
The A's have also lost three
&s to the Regulars but Al Al-grook
grook Al-grook could be a trouble-maker,
fie Flyers won their last game
with Kobbe by four polrtts
Thus if Clayton wins, the race
can he 'considered virtually sew sewed
ed sewed uo. And if the egulars trl trl-r&nft
r&nft trl-r&nft aven-steven that they

will either take their last two
ames or be beaten in the final
Eemtest by Albrook to plunge the
nice back Into, a tie and force a
P lnthe three meetings Wtween
the Cava and egulars to date,
the infantrymen easily won tne
St. 71.3 a vastlv-lm-

AA0U mm w w
loved Cavalier quint evened it

IIQ 1A1 ilb OCVWMU Ww.- j
and was ahead in the third game
at Kobbe before the eguars ral

lied for ft thrilling 75-72 tn-

P"-. ...

rn tomorrows vnai kihc

lyton is given the edge on its
m. enm-i, the scene of its

w nd onlv. victory over the

Regulars. And of course the Cavs
jn'ust rate the nod on the basis

of recent periormance as cuu-

wlth KooDe s.

(ja mOSl ODVIOUB Daoia ui

marison is the Albrook team.

' Mk aeo last Thursday, the

Myers staged one of the best
niaple performances of the year

to dump KODDe, aiver pi-

im an insurmounuiDie i"-

itTead in the fourth quarterv

wo nieWts later, tne Flyers,

with the highest scoring average
in the league, 82.8, were humi humi-atri
atri humi-atri hv Fort Clayton. 77-52.

The biggest single factor in
Wnhhe's recent come-down has

Men th- loss of center Willie

fsltt, who, while not a scor scor-arpie,
arpie, scor-arpie, was quietly and ln ln-euously
euously ln-euously the very backbone
team with his play making
and rebounding,
lln last Wednesday's game, the

mlara had their hands iuu

th a Navy team which hasn't
ted victory In 12 outings. Na-

irt even led by four points in the

Urd period, before the Regu Regulars
lars Regulars settled down and tossed in
1 Jourth quarter points to win,
, The Sailors' Ed McPherson
Budged the net for 34 tallies
While Kobbe's Ron Slaymaker

M 30 and was a demon on

fense, but the real hero of tne

M was Regular guard Lennie
l, who, while netting only a

uparatively meek 22 tallies,

ted dramatically until the
il can! to before flipping in 16

them to pull his teaorout of
i doldrums.

-fciClayton hosted the Tri-Post
Troopers and permitted the cel-taar-dweiler's
high-scoring ace,
M Straube, to break loose for

t outside of Straube

ana Me Kivra, wno cum m
with a respectable 15, the Troops

just didn't have tne norses ana

th well-balanced cavaners

racked up an easy 97-71 tri-

Clavton. obviously resunf iw

regulars as much as possible for
the big game tomorrow, used 15
players, nine of whom scored six

or more points, dick cowman

was high man wth 18.

In ollmsr un nis nroaisrious To

tal, straube not only tied th

record set just four days pre previously
viously previously by Army Atlantic's Tom
Tucker, but also zoomed past

Tucker to once again taue
charge of the loop's individual
scoring with a 17-game average
of 25.2.

Albrook. utilism a two-pla

toon system, slopped past Army

Atlantic, 85-58, in the tnira
game Wednesday night.

Tne not-and-coia susnmas-

ters elected this night to run
cold. With Hal Terry out of the
lineup and Tucker and Jim
Brown ailing, the A's were a far
cry from the team that nipped
Albrook by a notch last month

ana crushed Navy by 31 points

lass Saturday.

Tucker still managed somehow

to score 24 tallies and thus
maintain his second-place av average
erage average at 24.5, but the Flyers,
shunting two platoons in and

on tne noor all night long, ran

their opponents ragged to gain

an almost too-easy revenge.

Ron Pearson chalked un 19

points and played an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding floor game for the winners

wnue Emmett Bryant contribut

ed 18 and Don Ball 18.
The standings:
Won Lost Pet

Fort Clayton 15 2 .882
Fort Kobbe 15 2 .882

AiDrook AFB 10 7 .588

Army Atlantic ... 7 10 .412
Troopers 2 15 .118
Navy 2 15 .118

JC Effectively Combines Air,
Ground Attack To Upset A.C.

Cage Ace Bob Petti!
Picking Up Where He
Left Off Last Season

NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UP) -Big
Bob Pettit, who led the Na National
tional National Basketball Association in
most scoring departments last sea season,
son, season, is picking up where he left
off this season.
The 6-9 forward from Louisiana
State, who was the pro loop's top
scorer in total points and had a
25.7 point per game average dur during
ing during die 1955-56 season, poured 34
points through the hoop Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night to lead the St. Louis
Hawks to a 107-101 victory over
the New York Knickerbockers. In
the only other game played, the
Rochester Royals snapped a four-

game losing streak in beating the

rnuaaeipma warriors, si-so.
Jick Twyman's tap-in shot with

13 seconds ten in tne game en

abled the Royals to gain their nar

row victory over the defending

champion Warriors. Paul Anzm,
who scored 19 points for the los

ers, had a chance to tie or win it
in the closing seconds but missed

two free throws.

Australian Olympic

Officials Clamp Lid
Down On 'Politics'
MELBOURNE, Australia Nov. 9
(UP) With many Russian ath athletes
letes athletes already on hand and Amer Americans
icans Americans due to arrive, Australian O O-lympic
lympic O-lympic officials clamped the lid

down on "political" discussion to

day and pleaded again for an end
to "distrust and jealousies."
"The Olympics are sport and
not political," emphasized Lewis
Luxton, a member of the Interna International
tional International Olympic Committee in re refusing
fusing refusing to comment on a report
that Egypt has protested against
the participation of nations cur currently
rently currently involved in "cowardly ag aggression."
gression." aggression." Sir william Bridgeford, execu executive
tive executive officer of the games, and or organizing
ganizing organizing Secretary Edgar Tanner
also declined comment on the re report.
port. report. There were no further withdraw withdrawals
als withdrawals from the games today,
however, and the total of compet competing
ing competing nations remained at a record record-equalling
equalling record-equalling 68. Several of the six
nations which have withdrawn
have indicated they may rejoin
the field if international tensions
which would make possible

a new record for the number of

countries taking part in the sports
festival.
Yesterday's big event in this
Olympic city was the arrival, one
week overdue, of the Russian mer merchant
chant merchant ship Gruzia, bearing 91 Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, 17 Hungarians, and a scat scattering!
tering! scattering! of Czechs and Poles. Why
the ship was delayed remained a
mystery that neither passengers
or crew explained.

Washington Redskins

Nix 'Fantastic'

Otter By Louisville

WASHINGTON, NOV. 0 (UP)
The Washington Redskins to today
day today were foreed to turn down
"the most fantastic offer ever
made by a community to acquire
a professional sports team."
The ctty that made the offer
to the Redskins to transfer their'
National Football League fran franchise
chise franchise was L9Ulsvllle, Ky., which
made a similar offer to the

Washington baseball club recently.

"If the offer is still laying a-

round four years from now,

when our lease on Griffith Sta

dium expires, we definitely win
consider it," said Redskin owner
George Preston Marshall.
"Frankly, though, I don't think
it will be laying around that

long and that will be our hard
luck because there's nothing

that can be done about it right
now."

Louisville offered Marshall the

following Inducements, he said:
1. Expansion of the 22,000 seat
Fairgrounds Stadium to 44,000

seats, all under cover, and wiw
no seaits in the end zone.
2. A guaranteed season ticket

sale of 25,000 annually for the
first three years.
3. Stadium rental at six per
cent of the gross. (The Redskins
pay the Washington baseball
club 15 per cent).
4. All concession income ex except
cept except parking, of which the Red Redskins
skins Redskins would get 20 per cent.
Floyd Patterson.
Sugar Ray Adopt

New Ring Styles
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y.
9 (UP) Ypung Floyd Patterson and
veteran Ray Robinson, both under

dogs for approaching title fights.

have adopted new ring styles while

training hopefully for upsets.
"No more ftyin' saucers," said

21-year old Patterson today. "I'm

goin' to have my feet on the
ground all the time when I meet

Archie Moore." In the past Floyd
has been a devotee of the leaping
right lead.
Speedy Patterson of Brooklyn

fights 39-year old Moore for the
vacant heavyweight crown at the
Chicago Stadium, Nov. 30. Moore
of San Diego, Calif., is favored

at 8-5.

Middleweight champion Robin

son, in the same training ring here
at the Long Pond Inn, surprised
observers with his brand new

"shifting" tactics that include in

termittent periods of switch-hitting

and many walk aways, taken from

the book of Jersey Joe waicott.
"I'm usin' the old noodle," ex

plained 35-year old Sugar Ray,
who defends his 160-pound crown

against young Gene Fullmer of

West Jordan, Utah, at Madison
Square Garden, Nov. 30. "Im not
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Fullmer, 24, Is favored at 7-5 be because
cause because of his youth and stamina
and headlong style, and because
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BQWLNG

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LUCKY STRIKE KEGLERS
REGAIN LEAD IN MAJOR
BOWLING LEAGUE

The Luckv strike team of the

Major- Bowling League knocked
over the RC-Nehi team (which
led fhe league during the past
week) for four points Tuesday
night at the Diablo Heights al alleys,
leys, alleys, and thus regained the lead

of tthe league by two poinw, wun

RC-Nehl dropping into tnira

place. No sensational scoring
was done by either team, but all
of the Lucky Strikers bowled
consistently, with Earl Best lead leading
ing leading with a 586 series. For RC RC-Nehl,
Nehl, RC-Nehl, the usually highTscoring

keglers were unawe w score, ai-

meda led with 510.

The sevmour Aeency team

jumped into second place stand

ing by taking tnree points irum
the Fuerza y Luz team, which
dropped into eighth place in the
standings. Eddie Kunkel had a
big 614 for Seymour to lead, with
Easter havine a 552. For Fuerza

y Luz ROUle Gleichman had 503
but it was not enough.

The Summit Hills Golf ciud

knocked over the Max R. Stem Stem-nel
nel Stem-nel and Sons team, dropping on

ly the second game by 118 pins,

but came bacK m tne nnai to

win by 30 pins, which was
enough to take plnfall by four
nins Howard Toland continued

his splendid bowling, hitting

223 In the first, dropping to 150
in the second, but coming back
with 256 in the final (high game
for the night In the league) for

aitotal series oi 629. He was ioir
lowed by Harry Colbert who rang
un a 560 series. Ted Wilber led

the Stempel insuranceenm with

552, followed by COf f ey with 549
In the final match of the eve-

nine. Bud Balcer of H. I. Homa

Co., who has been carrying the
team on his back for the past
seven weeks, ranar uo a terrific

?66 series score with games of

223. 230 and 213, to score a four

point win over El Rancho Gar

den. He was given fine help by

Bill Rogers, who, scoring his

highest series of the year, had
games of 189, 231 and 221 for a
whopping 641 series. This was
followed by a 554 from Eddie

Lowande and a 525 by Barnes.
For El Rancho,- Hanson, (Al

brook AFB) subbing for iea

Schimdt, rapped out games of

198, 231 and 188 lor a nne on
in his first effort, followed by
Melnick (also subbing) who had
a fine 554.

In the team high game scor

ing, the H. L Homa tiieseuers

scored 1,037 in me seconu game
against El Rancho Garden,
which is the highest game scor scored
ed scored by any team in the Major
League this season.

In the individual average scor

ing, Bud Balcer 's 666 nes was
high for th evening, his fifth

consecutive series oi ow or uvei,
and his seventh series of 600 or
over out of eight. His 666 series

increased his average from

21215 to 21321. The individ individual
ual individual average standings -in the
league are now as follows: (Cas (Cas-cio
cio (Cas-cio replaced McGarvey In the
league, Easter replaced Bates).

Name

Balcer .. ..

Gleichman 6

Almeda '30
Toland 30

Kunkel

Cascio

Colbert
Best ..
Nunes

Coffey

Wilber

Lane .,
Soyster

Easter
Charters

Games Ave.
. 24 21321

196 5

19215
19213
192 4
191 0
189 3
18826
18718
185 7
18417
181 3
180 2
18017
18015

30
15
27

,. 27
,. 27
,. 30
,. 30
,. 15
..30
..20
. 30

Team standings are now:
Team Won Lost

Lucky Strike 28

Seymour Agency

RO Nehi
Summit Golf Club
El Rancho Garden
Stempel and Sons
H. I. Homa Co, ...
Fuerza y'Luz

26
25
19
19
16
14
13

12
14
15
21
21
24
26
27

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By BILL BELL
Junior college discovered last
night that while the infantry is
effective ground forces plus
an air support is better.
It was with the aid of three

timely aerial strikes that the
Collegians defeated the Athletic

Club, limited to ground maneu
vers all last night at Balboa Sta

dium. The score was 13-6.

The two war parties swapped
first quarter touchdowns, and
settled down to even-steven
football until two minutes left
in the game when tackle-fullback
Al Blackall puUed the
string on a pass play to set up
the winnflnr score.

Moving from a double wing

formation at their own 32-yard
line, jc went 68 yards in five

plays, with the key call a 32

yard air shot from Blackall to

halfback Git Smith, a most, val valued
ued valued receiver all game long. Two
reverse plays later, college was
on the four-yard line. From
there Blackall darted through a
phalanx of front line troops and
scored standing up. He also fig figured
ured figured in the final point on a pass
to end Bob Fogel.
Blackall started the game as
a tackle, but quarterback Bill
Coffey was jolted hard and ta taken
ken taken from action In the second
quarter. College coach Stu Brown
then scrapped his split T forma formation,
tion, formation, shifted Blackall to fullback
and began harrassing the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club from the double-wing
formation, it took AC a little
time to get accustomed to the
new line-up, and by the time

tney did it was too late.
The game, with only a hand handful
ful handful of spectators on hand, closed

the season for JC. The Athletes

still have a charity game on the

scneauie.

It was the second straight
win of the season for JC, their
only two wins of the year.
They ended with a 2-3-1 rec record,
ord, record, a mark which has them
consigned to the four-team
bottom spot.
Junior College got off to a first
score when they went 50 yards
on a dozen plays after a pass in interception
terception interception by guard Dave HH HH-liard.
liard. HH-liard. Coffey generaled the at attack
tack attack wf-ih three runs of 10, 11,
and the final nine yards. He al also
so also pitched the; 20 yard pass to
Smith that set up the teedee.
Gil snared the nass and went, to

the nine, and coffevon th

following play rolled off a a-round
round a-round right end for the score.
Athletic Club, on the ensuing
klckoff. marched back for the
tying touchdown. Little Joe Ci Cicero
cero Cicero returned the kick to his 39,
and Carl TutJtle ripped off an another
other another 37 yards to the JC 31 Ar

nold Manning, who had an off
night running, threw to half

back Bert Joyce for another 18

yards to the 14-yard mark. Joyce

ana Tuttie moved the ball in

.hree quick opening line plays
to the one-yard line. Tuttie
blasted the final one. hi sixth

touchdown of the year. The big

ruiiDacK ieaas tne league in

scoring with 37 points.

As the half drew to a close,
JC was knocking for another

toucnaown; out tney fumbled
on the three as the half-gun
sounded. And except for a five five-yard
yard five-yard penalty, the winners would
have added another score.
The Athlete Club never did
threaten again, bat Junior
College moved to the 19 in the
third quarter and lost a touch touchdown
down touchdown when Tuttie knocked a
touchdown pass out of Fogel's
hands in the end tone.
After an fruitless AC series
and punt out of dantrer. JC

came back to score the deciding

painra. Alter BiacKairs touch touchdown,
down, touchdown, AC tried to gamble on a
spread formation series of sur surprise
prise surprise plays. None worked.
It was the most successful
night for passing a team has
had this season. JC pitched .nine
times, completed four and to totaled
taled totaled 83 yards via air.

Ww" M M m n -m IBB

BULLDOG GRro STARS Two of the. most dependable play players
ers players on the BHS team this year have been Bob Wills and Mike
Napier. Wills, number 84, got a late start this year but has
come along fast and Is now one of the starting tackles for the
Bulldogs. Both boys are seniors and this Friday's game will
wind up their high school football. Napier lettered as a cen center
ter center last year and he has held down this position all season for
the Red and White, in addition to his offensive work he has
seen defensive duty as both a line backer and tackle. Wills
and Napier will be out to finish the season in a blaze of glory
Hit JaUm fkHl. 1 i. A iU. 1. ... ....

"J uu"i men ucsv iv ace tnai aaiDOa wins tne title.

With three fishing days left to

go in the fifth annual Marlin
tournament, the Viking is still
leading the boats with four

marlin boa'ted. and Harry Wlid-

er's 413 lb marlin caught aboard
the Seri is still the largest fish.

Frank Violette gave his tradi traditional
tional traditional strawberry shortcake par party
ty party on the Seri Tuesday night,

when he played host to the la ladies
dies ladies taking part in the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. This year he had an ex

tra boatload of guests, since for
the first time there is an all girl

crew comprised of servic wives

manning the Noia.
in the running for the orizes

are the following fishermen.
They are listed with the weight
of their catch, specie's and boat

in tnat order.
Harrv Wilder. 413 lh marlin.

Seri.

WD. O. Rogers, 402 lb. marlin,
Nautilus. 9
Major Rice, 376 lb. marlin,
Seri.
Col. Davis, 278 lb. marlin, Vi Viking.
king. Viking. R. Hughes, 258 lb. rharlin, Q.56.
E. D. Baker, 253 lb. marlin,
J.3790.
Lt. Campbell, 230 lb. marlin,
P.6805.

W. O. ROECl'S. 220 lh marlin

Nautilus.

Proback, 223 lb. marlin, Q.95.
SlOver. 150 lh Mllfloh mhn

Cares. ""w

T. Bover. Rn lh Miifi.h t.

3763.

Rochester Americans

Reversing Early

Season Hockey Form

NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (UP)

Believing that turnabout is fair
play and., also a good idea
the Rochester Americans now are
reversing their early season losing

ways.
Rochester scored four times in
the seconi period Wednesday night
and then held on to defeat Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, 5-1, in the American Hockey

League s only game. The Ameri

cans, who previously had gone
seven games without a victory,
now have won their last two starts
to move into a tie for fifth place.
Earl Balfour scored the only

goal of the first period to give
Rochester a lead it never was to
lose. The Americans added two
more scores in the second period
on goals by Bronco Horvath and
Gary Collins before Bob McCord

countered the only Springfield goal

of ttc nignt. (tonne Hamttgati awn
Ab McDonald also seored for

Rochester.

E. Townsend, 147 lb. sailfish,
J3753.

Cap! Adams. 143 lb. Sallfikh.

PL805.

J. K. Eliikoa. 143 lb. sailfish.

J.3790.

Hoelze, 50 lb. dolDhln Plvlnir

Scott.

Cbl. Davis. 41 lhdnlnhln VI.

king. "r

Other Species
r T Airf4.1l in It. t .. 1-

J 3(90

H. Cost. 381. lh. amhpHnrlf

Q.95. T

9 Thread Sailfish
H. Burchett. 128 lh sailfish.

La Reina.

6 Thread Sailfish
Chubby Wright, 114 lb. sail sailfish,
fish, sailfish, Nautilus.
Ladies Esso Prize
Mary Eastwood, un sailfish.

Nola.

Reggie Schmidt, 133 sailfish,
Nautilus.
Chubby Wright, 114 sailfish,
Nautilus.

Additional Sports
On Page 8

KNOCK 'EM DOWALAo. 9

Adjust Starting Position

Ninth of 14 writtan far NEA br..

ice and The Panama American

.- i
By TONY LINDEMANN
Detroit Star
THERE will be many more spar spares,
es, spares, with resultant kingsize scores,
on your tally sheet if yon remem remember
ber remember and heed one simple rule.
It's this: Change your starting
position, but don't change any anything
thing anything else.
When your first roll leaves you
with a single pin, a group of pins
or split, adjust your starting po position
sition position to right or left on the ap approach
proach approach so your ball has maximum
working room.
If the seven pin, located in the..
extreme left-hand corner, re remains
mains remains upright, stand far to the

right. If the 10 confronts you
from the extreme right-hand cor corner,
ner, corner, stand far to the left. It's

that simple!
The same rule applies if there
are two, three or more sticks. If
they are bunched to the left, stand
to the right, often where you stood
for your first ball. If they are
grouped to the right, stand to the
left.
For splits, adjust your position
so as to slide one pin into the other.
Don't change the type of ball.

Don't change the speed. Don't

change the amount of hook. Make

the ball behave by changing your

position on tne approach.
Ate there exceptions Natural Naturally.
ly. Naturally. For example, some good bowl-

flatten their nooks.

I suggest that you follow the

rule: Change your starting poai-

:;3H LB '''''al mmm

HERE Teny Undemann
points out where the ball
should strike to pick up the
1-2-4 spare. It's that simple.

tion, but don't change anything

else. i

NEXT: Fey Belcher en pin bow
llr.



TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN IVTMX8NDEST DAILT STWSPAPEK
F A Of NI?
Palmer Odds-On Favorite To Cop Track Feature

F1IDAT, TrOYBMBEIt 9, 19M

Grayson Picks Tennessee Over Georgia Tech

SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS

RaulMr 91. Ttlll 13

Celorade 3J, MiMOuri 21
Florid 2, Georgia ft
Houston 27, Toll
Kansas 20, Nebraaka 1
Levisiana S. W, Okie. AJcM. 15
Michigan 33, Illinois 20
Minnesota H, Iowa 14
Michigan State 3S, Purdue 2
Navy 21, Dvke 13
Ohio StaU 21, Indiana 13
Oklahoma 33, Iowa Stat 7
Oregon 27, Washington StaU 13
Princeton 27, Harvard 6
Prttfburgh 34, Notre Dome 14
S. Carolina 23, N. Caroline S. 13

t S. California 27, California 29

Stanford 20, Oregon State 14
Syracuse 27, Holy Cross e
Tennessee 14, Georgia Tech 7
Texas A. a M. 30, S. Methodist
17
Texas Christian 34, Takes Tech
7 -v,.,:,
UCLA 26, Washington 17
Vanderbilt 20, Kentucky 19
Virginia 17, North- Carotin a14
Virginia Tech 24. Wake Forest
13
W. Virginie 34, Virginia Milita Military
ry Military Yale 33, Pennsylvania 7

Majors Is Best Vol
Tailback In 30 Years'

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) -If College
football teams could be paired lute
prise fighters, a promoter would
be unable to make a more at attractive
tractive attractive match than the one taking
Tennessee to Georgia Tech's Grant
Field on Saturday afternoon.
Iowa deploys against Minnesota
In Minneapolis with both sides
looking through Rose Bowl-colored
glasses,
Oregon State tackles Stanford
in Palo Alto for the right to hold
up the Pacific Coast Conference of
Atlanta, bringing out the all-conquering
athletes of the foremost
disciples of Gen. Bob Neyland,
Bobby Dodd of Georgia Tech and
Tennessee's Bowden Wyatt.
This is the. day the liandicap liandicap-per
per liandicap-per must stick out his neck, so
let's go on record before going in into
to into details. The selections are Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee to shade Georgia Tech, 14 14-7;
7; 14-7; Minnesota to remain unbeaten
against Iowa, 16-14; and John
Brodie and Stanford to get back
on the right track against Oregon
State, 20-14.
Oklahoma not excepted, a lot of
people as far north as, Maine con consider
sider consider Tennessee and Georgia Teen
the finest college squads in the
country. That is why more than a
capacity 41,000 seats were sold be before
fore before fall -practice and c la sse s
started. Scalpers are collecting
150 for ducats.
THIS IS VASTLY MORE than
a scrap for Dixie supremacy and
prestige.. The winner will have the
inside track on the rich New Or Orleans
leans Orleans Sugar Bowl appointment,
Jan. I. Down for two campaigns,
Tennessee bounced back more
than somewhat last trip with a 6-3-1
record. The Vols, long a power,
are understandably tired of seeing
Georgia Tech get all that post-season
swag. Dodd's varsities have
been in seven Bowl games and
won them all.
Tech managed to score in the fi final
nal final period a year ago to get a 7 7-7
7 7-7 draw with Tennessee after tak taking
ing taking a severe physical beating, and
now the Vols believe they have

i U .11 iSll

me luuuiciivuiii m gu au uic naj.
This is a duel between Wyatt's
embellished single wing and
Dodd's modern T, with plenty of
skilled, fleet and wetl-druled oper operatives
atives operatives to execute all the intricate
maneuvers they unfold.
Tech has 35 accomplished foot football
ball football players, Tennessee 22, which
is enough. Running the belly se series
ries series and otherwise out of the T,

iTech has nine top-flight backs,

five of whom scare you to death.
The latter are Halfbacks Paul Ko Ko-tenberry,
tenberry, Ko-tenberry, George Volkert and Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Thompson and Fullbacks Ken
Owen, who punts, and Dickie Mat-

tison, air 6-2, and 204 pounds of

him. The Tech linemen move ra rapidly,
pidly, rapidly, the guards, starting with
jimmy Johnson and Allen Ecker,
pulling out to lead plays.

Tomorrow's
Racing Card

1st Race "A" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 12:45
1 Yosikito A. Vasquez 110
2 Auache D. Cortez 110

3 0. Star G. Montero 107x
4 Rlqui B. Agulrre 122
5 Don Brigido J. Gongora 118

6 (Don Goyo J. Bravo 115

7 -Woe A. Ycaaa no

FIRST RACI Of THI DOUBLE
2nd Race "Special" Impi 6 Fgs.
Purse $650.00 Peel Cl.it. 1:15
SECOND RACI OF THI DOUBLE

1 Volcanico
2 Certero
3 Abrami
4 Patan
5 Tiburon
6 Starwick

D. Cortez 115
G. Vasquez lOOx
A. Ycaza 115
A. Vasquez 115
R. Vasquez 110
B. Aguirre 108

3rd Race 6fti Series Imp. 7 Ffls.

Purse 5400.00 Pool Close 1 :45
ONI-TWO

TENNESSEE STICKOUTS are
Johnny Majors, whom Athletic Di Director
rector Director Neyland considers the most
accomplished tailback and o 1 d d-fashioned
fashioned d-fashioned triple threat in his 30
years in Knoxville; Wingback Bill
Anderson; Buddy Cruze, pass pass-snatching
snatching pass-snatching end; and Captain John
Gordy, a 212-pound tackle who be becomes
comes becomes a guard" on the defense.
Gordy is the biggest man in an
exceptionally swift line.
Wyatt's counterpart of the belly
series is a fullback draw with cith-

.er Majors keeping or handing oft

to t uuoacK Tpmmy .Branson, nus
play sends the fullback off to the
opposite side when the defense o-

vershifts, keeps the opposition

from jamming up on the side the

play is being run. Wyatt splits the
right side of his line, flanks Cun.e
a bit and With the fullback draw

keeping the defense honest, every

thing else looks good.
While Dodd switched to the T,
he has not changed the defense de developed
veloped developed at Tennessee by Neyland,
especially that against passing.
The idea Is to protect against long
gainers in midfield, but rack ev everything
erything everything up inside the 20. Both
sides quick kick on second and
third down and put pressure on
the defense.
This is largely a battle of sen seniorsfor
iorsfor seniorsfor men only.

6th Rare 5th Series Imp. 7 Ft.
Purso. S500.00 Pool Closet 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

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1 Encachada
2 Soft Note
3 Kiosco
4 S. Windsor
5 Lanero

V. Castillo 113
F. Godoy 108
A. Vasquez 113
G. Vasquez lOOx
J. Jimenez 112x

4th Race "Non-Wieners" Nat. S Fas.
Purse $250 00 Pool Closes 2:20

QUINIELA

1 Rafaelito
2 Fundador
3G. Patrick
4- KalPlu
5 No Gallitn

A. Yca2a 115
F. Alvarez 105
E. Dario 100
F. Gatlca 103

A. VfStspuez 112

sierra Calunga, R.V4s. 110
7 Dofla Perica A. Gonzd. 100
8 Chlto V. Castillo 115
9 El Profesor F. Hidalgo 107
5th Race "D" Natives
Purse $300.00 Pool Cln-
1 Marcelita B. Auirre MS
2 La Ouararefia D. Cortez 113
3 Rabiblanco B. Baeza 118
4 Elenlta A. Vawjuea 113

, F, Alvarez 1P8
B. Baeza 108

G. Visques M5x

G. Sanchez 110
B. Asruirre 108
J. Bravo 115
G. Montero 103x

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Cachafaz, Eric Seem
Dangerous Contenders
The Stud Electrico's reportedly expensive Ar
jrentine-bred importation from Peru, Palmer, is an
almost unanimous pick among the "tipsters" and
seems certain to go off an odds-on favorite in the
mutuels in tomorrow's featured $650 si-furlonr
sprint for Third Series imported thoroughbreds at
the President Remon race track.

Election Over But Football
Picking Is Still In Season

Scheduled to oppose Palmer

are Gavtlan, Kiroga, Cachafaz,

Maria Stuarao and Eric Cacha Cachafaz.
faz. Cachafaz. dropped in class, and the
consistent Eric are apparently
the only serious contenders in
the race for the newcomer.
Palmer, holder of three track
records at the Lima, Peru track,
showed that he will probably
run rings around the bast In
training; locally within a short
time when he equalled the Pres President
ident President Remon track's seven fur furlong
long furlong record of 1:23 flat in his
.second sart In Panama last
week.
Leading jockey Alfredo Vas Vasquez,
quez, Vasquez, a good rider in distances
of one mile or less, will guide
the little five-year-old bay son
of British Empire-Hierbabuena.
Hustling Vlrgilio Castillo will
do the booting aboard Cachafaz
while Guillermo Sanchez has the
leg up on Eric.
Gavilan and Kiroga. speed
horses, appear to be outclassed
and slow starting Maria Suardo
is handicapped by the distance.
However, It must be remembered
that the biggest upset thus far
registered at the new president
Remon" race track was turned in
by Maria Stuardo over five fur furlongs
longs furlongs about two months ago.
Promising GHberto Vasquez
will guide Gavilan. Fortunato
Hidalgo Jr. will handle Kiroga's

reins and Bias Aguirre will. at
tempt to surprise the favorite
aboard Maria Stuardo.
Nine other prospective thrill
ers complete an interesting pro
gram.

7th Sth Series Imp. 7 Fes.
Purse $500.00 Pool Clones 4-05
SECOND RACE OF THI DOUBLE
1 S. Rlirmpr A Annlu nAn

- --1' f ... v'.i:u.va ji'v
2 Florera H. Gnst'nes innx
3 Postinovich H. Ruiz 105
4 Two Colours G. Montero W3x
5 Te Gno J. Bravo 115
o Gay Spot B. Baea 105

7 TrrjocBlma G. ViSsouez lOHx
8 Wopalino F. Gatlca 113
9 (White Anron V Aivar iin

8th Raco "Elimination" Ime 7 Fes.
Purso $600.00 e00 Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
t n. Maiden 74. Aurulrre 110
2 V. Prince V fllln nn

3 Vulcpnizado J. .TimiSnpa 11Sv

4 Our Fancv B. Baeza 100
5 Newhrthton G. ?ichez 110
8 Pueilist F nifitim m

7 Temnestad G. Monterr IOSy

9th R- 4th Series Ime. I Ml'
Purse $600.0" pi Closes 5-15
ONE-TWO

1 Albatross

2 7ua?n

3 Grey .Tuan
4 Pers'flafte

s M, p.em
4 Fl Vpldr

7-Anfie!

Mpzereum
9 Comatose

F. Gatlca nn
B. Bam 108
P. Prvn1a.l 105
G. Vasnnes mx
MrmteVo lfHt
P. VAinvez Jin
F. Alvarez 1 H
J. Bravo 110
B. Aguirre 115

'0th P'f Serif. Ime. 6 Few
r. SfO.OO PoM Closes 5;4n

You are welcome at
your TEXACO Dealer

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Kirrw
"hsfaB
stuardo
8 Eric

G Visrmtz 103x

F Fid'"0 loe,
V. rmtillo H5
A V roues 115
niirre in
G. Sanchez 115

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Don Goyo ()
Z Volcanico
3 Sweet Windsor
4 Chlto
5 Marcelita
6 Money Maker
7 Te Gano
8 Vuleanlzado
9 Andes
10 Palmer

Don BriffHo
Abrami
J.anero
Kalaln
Electa
Reynold
Topocalma
Newbrighton
Comatose
Cachafai

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (UP)-The
election is over but you can still
pick football winners even though

you may wind up in ther poor
house instead of the White House,
So without benefit of voting ma machines
chines machines here are Fearless Fraley's1
ballots for the weekend football
campaign.
GAME OF THE WEEK
Tennessee over Georgia Tech Tech-It's
It's Tech-It's the Solid South against the
Solid South and something has to
give. Bowden Wyatt has devel

oped an old-fashioned single wing

crusher with tailback Johnny Ma

jors directing the hammer blows.

Tech has mere depth but the vols
all season have done more 'than
expected. So on to the Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference championship and
the Sugar Bowf for Tennessee.
THI EAST
Pittsburgh over Notre Dame
The Irish have been disfran disfranchised.
chised. disfranchised. Princeton over Harvard An Another
other Another landslide for unbeaten Ti

gers.,

Kvrspns n v e r Holv Cross

Don't even wait for the final re

turns,
Armv over William Mary

Without benefit of woman suf

frage.

Benefit Pistol
Match Scheduled
For November 17
A nist.nl match, for charity-

mlnrfori mflrtsmcn. Will he held

Saturday Nov. 17, at the Canal
Zone Police Range, beginning at

S a m

All nroceeds of entry fees for

comnetitors will eo to the Boy

Scout of America, match au

thorities report.

Flrine In three croups ex

pert, sharpshooter, and marks

menwill be held, oniy .38 cal caliber
iber caliber pistols with barrels limited
to six and one-half inches will

be used. There will also be a
high-gun -award for the person
coming closest to the perfect
200 score.'

A turkey shoot will follow the
match.
The public is invited.

n Also Columbia over Dartmouth, Wyoming over Monlaua Denver
Boston College over Quantico, over Bmham Young.

vyuiurii uu mown, ieiaware
Rlltaor Ponn Claia Unrnn I

raie over rennsyivama, the Cit Citadel
adel Citadel over Villanova.
THE MIDWEST
Minnesota over Iowa I Go Gopher
pher Gopher a candidate like this.
Michigan Slate over Purdue
Looks lie a case for States'
rights.
Missouri over Colorado The
Tigers are Faurotious this sea season.
son. season. Oklahoma over Iowa State
You should stuff the ballot box.
Michigan over Illinois Farm

vote could upset this race.
Also Ohio State over Indiana,
Northwestern over Wisconsin, Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska over Kansas, Marquette
over Kansas State, Cincinnati
over Wichita, Detroit over Drake.

THE SOUTH
Navy over Duke Sailors en entitled
titled entitled to absentee vote.
Clemson over Maryland Or

anges a campaign issue.
Florida over Georgia An or orange
ange orange over a peach.
Also Kentucky over Vanderbilt,
Auburn over Mississippi State,
LSU over Oklahoma A&M. South

Carolina over North Carolina

State, Tulane over Alabama, Vir

ginia Tech over Wake Forest.

North Carolina over Virginia,
West Virginia over Virginia Mili Military,
tary, Military, George Washington over
Richmond, Florida State over
Furman. Mississippi over Mem Memphis
phis Memphis State.
THE SOUTHWEST
Texas A&M over Southern
Methodist Didn't get out the
church vote.
Arkansas over Rice Pork is
a farm surplus.
Bavlor over Texas I.nne.

horns not such tough meat this!
year.
Also Texas Christian over Tex Texas
as Texas Tech. Houston over Tulsa. Ari

zona State over Texas Western,
West Texas over Hardin Sim Sim-mops.
mops. Sim-mops. THE FAR WEST

Today Emcanto .35 .20
Double in Cinemascope!
Robert Taylor in
"D-Day, The Sixth of June'
Robert Ryan in
"THE PROUD ONES"
W-v IDBAI. 20 10
"MYSTERIOUS ISLAND"
Chapters 4 & 5
"SIROCCO"
"Swing The Western Trail"

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have you joined
the fun at the

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FRIDAYS 4 SATURDAYS;
Midnitt to 4:30 a.m. 3
with the
piano baa and drum
combination of the

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G000Y
TRIO

In the air-conditioned
BALBOA ROOM
nightcap on the house at
4:30 a m.

Oreiron State over Stanford

LLong boom L. northwest territory.

wasmngwn over ulla You
couldn't vo'i if you didn't regis register.
ter. register. Southern California over Cali California
fornia California The returns came in
late here.
Also Oregon over Washington
State, College of Pacific over San
Jose, Utah over Colorado A&M,

e

Geeree also plays the piano"

10 p.m. to Z .nv
Tues., Wee". & Thurs.

Parts and

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small native lemon, one tesspoonful sugar. One ounce BACARDI
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 6-piece mahogany
living room (at. Mutt nil. Bart
offer. Call Panama 3-0256.
FOR SALE: Televiiion 21"
Westinghousa Conaole with AM AM-FM
FM AM-FM radio and 3 -speed record
player, 60-cycle, beautiful
blonde mahogany cabinet. Will
make an ideal Christmas gift.
Can be Men at Qtra. 3 1 6-A Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, Phone 86-7)02.
FOR SALE: Crib $23, youth
bed $34, metal tingle bed $20,
gat stove $80, G.E. 12-cu. ft.
upright freezer uted only nine
months $340. Panama 3-1928.
FOR SALE: All furniture of a
residence becaute of traveling.
Phone 3-0798.
FOR SALE: Like new, a mod modern
ern modern Rattan type solid mahogany
living room set Including lamp,
$195; modern bed with spring
and mattress, $60. 37th E. Street
No. 4, Apt. 7.
FOR SALE: Aluminum divan
with cushion, almost new, very
cheap, comfortable. 30 Ecuador
Ave.
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Tennessee Victory Would
Make Wyatt Top Candidate
For 'Coach Of Year' Honors

1v ,wh

STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UP)
Every section of the nation has
at least one standout "coach of
the year" candidate but if Bow Bow-den
den Bow-den Wyatt of Tennessee can brew
an upset over Georgia Tech Sat Saturday
urday Saturday he'll swing into the inside
track for the honor.
In his second season as Bead
coach at his alma mater, Wyatt
has done wonders with a sched schedule
ule schedule acknowledged in advance to
be the "toughest in the history of
the Volunteers." The Vols not only
are unbeaten up to here but hard
ly are perspiring.
On the other side of the field
from Wyatt this Saturday, how
ever, is Bobby Dodd of Georgia
Tech. another and almost persn
nial candidate lor the prized
award the coaches personally be bestow
stow bestow on one of their number
through a poll conducted by the
New York World-Telegram and
Sun and Scripps Howard news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. Lett Spectacular
Dodd's task this year may be
less spectacular than Wyatt's, be
cause his material figured to no
of championship proportions right
from the start, but you can t over
look a winner and that s what
Bobby is so far.
Leading candidates Dy sections
include:
East Charley Caldwell, Prince Princeton;
ton; Princeton; Ben Schwartzwalder, Syra Syracuse.
cuse. Syracuse. Midwest Murray Warmath,
Minnesota; Bud Wilkinson, Okla Oklahoma;
homa; Oklahoma; Duffy Daugherty, Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State.
South Bowden Wyatt, Tennes
see; UODoy uoan. ueorgta teen.
Southwest Bear Bryant, Texas
AaM.
Far West Tommy Prothro, Ore-
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LOURDES PHARMACY
lit La Carraauuilia
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. n "V Street
MORRISON

4th of Jul Ave. A J St
,iiiLtLLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Your baby't thoet preierved
eternally in gleaming bronxa,
tilver or gold. Sentimental keep keepsakes
sakes keepsakes alto. Call 3-5248 Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Boy's winter coat
and hat sets, size 5 and 9,. ex excellent
cellent excellent condition Phone Albrook
86-7102.
FOR SALE: Set Britannica Ju Junior
nior Junior Encyclopedia; ebony clari clarinet;
net; clarinet; Ironrite electric inner. All
in excellent condition. Call 2 2-2440
2440 2-2440 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Siamese kitten, fe female.
male. female. Phone Panama 3-5133.
FOR SALE: Small Baby Grand
Piano SVi octaves. Can be teen
at O.K. Amigo.
FOR SALE: Portable electric
tewing machine, excellent con condition
dition condition $50. Call 2-2874.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Thoroughly experi experienced
enced experienced housekeeper-cook-laundress
for American couple Apply
at Apartment No. 4, 21 Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da 10, La Cretta. Phone 3-01 10.
gon State; and irr the Rockies Phil
Dickens, Wyoming.
Thfi coaches, who last year
picked Daugherty of Michigan
State, don't always travel the ob
vious path, though, and may swing
their vote to a smaller College
standout like Dan Devine of Ari Arizona
zona Arizona (Tempe) State or line up for
one of the Far West coaches who
had eligibility woes.
First Rate Jobs
Considering the number of play players
ers players they had involved in the Pa
cific Coast Conference clean up
crusade, both Hed Sanders of
UCLA and Jess Hill of Southern
California have done first rate
coaching jobs.
In the East, Caldwell figured to
use 1956 as a rebuilding year but
came up with a new set of backs
and reserve linemen at Princeton
to stand how as the East's only
major unbeaten team. Schwartz Schwartz-walder's
walder's Schwartz-walder's Syracuse team has licked
Armv. West Virginia and renn
State though it lost to Pitt.
At Minnesota, Warmath has
come up with an unbeaten but
one-tied team by developing re reserve
serve reserve strength and getting the
best out of Bobby Cox, a quarter quarterback
back quarterback transfer from the University
of Washington.
Wilkinson, the perennial candi candidate
date candidate from Oklahoma, has another
of those steam-rollers that figures
to wind up with a perfect record.
Daugherty, beaten once by Illinois,
has produced a solid team though
he lost two of his best, backs by
graduation Earl Morrail and
Jerry Plantttis.
In the Southwest, Bryant stands
alone at the moment with his
once-tied Texas Aggies while Pro
thro has produced a surorisingly
strong team at Oregon State and
Dickens has done the same ai,
Wyoming.
AND PROFANE"
tn pamr out Of the War... tWO

LEWIS SERVICE
Ave. TlvoU Me 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
144 Central A venae

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2-deor
ecdan, good condition, new tiret,
good transportation $300, Call
Gamboa 6-481 anytime.
FOR SALE: 1950 Stuck Special
two-door, excellent condition,
duty paid. Phone 87-2140, home
phone 83-4266.
FOR SALE: Hillman Calif or or-nian
nian or-nian Hardtop. Leaving. Phone.
2-2882 from 7 a.m to 1:30
p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4 -door, low mileage, very good
condition. Beat offer. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1405 between 4-7 p.m.
FOR SALE: By U.S. Embatsy,
one Willys Jeep, 1950, motor
No. 3J-51412, terial No. CJ3A CJ3A-52152,
52152, CJ3A-52152, with five tiret. Vehicle
may be inspected and bidt formt
obtained at Hotel El Panama Ga Garage.
rage. Garage. FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, excellent condition $1175.
Call Albrook CI 27. (office
5237)
FOR SALE: 1951 Bktick Road Road-matter
matter Road-matter Convertible Coupe. Red!
and white body, light top. Ex Exceptional
ceptional Exceptional buy first $600 taket.
Call Mr. Wade 3-1281, 3-1636.
FOR SALE: 1940 Olds Six
$100; 1948 DeSoto $225. Both
good condition 6402 Los Riot,
2-4211.
FOR SALE: 1952 Singer Road Roadster
ster Roadster in perfect condition. Boar
offer over $700, Car mutt be
teen to bo appreciated. Phono
Bal. 6360 or tee at 288 Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Champion 4-door tedan in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. 4 Hew tiret and),
radio, $475. Phone Kobbe 4107.
Kansas Wesleyan's
Larry Houdek Leads
NAIA Total Offense
KANAS CITY, Nov. 9 (UP) Half
back Larry Houdek of Kansas
Wesleyan,, who averages close to
a iirst down every time he car carries
ries carries the ball, has taken over the
total offense lead in National As Association
sociation Association of Intercollegiate Athlet
ics statistics.
Houdek in seven game has car carried
ried carried 135 times for 1,174 net yards.
He took over the total offense with
1,233 yards, only 59 of them' on
passes. He has averaged 176.1
yards per game, 167.7. of it on
rushing plays.
Frank Rabiola of Milton (Wis.)
College has netted 610 yards in
live games to tike second place
in rushing and Bill Seymour of
Southern Oregon has 908 net yards
in six games for a total offense
average of 151.3. Seymour led in
total offense last week.
The NAIA said Bob Webb, quar
ierback for St. Ambrose College,
Davenport, Iowa, was the leading
passer with 66 completions in 130
tries for 1,126 yards in eight
games. His average of 140.8 was
four yards better than runner-up
Charlie McMahon of Texas Luth
eran College, who completed 60 of
112 for 821 yards in six games
Jack Steffen of River Falls,
Wis., State led the scorers with
111 points, followed by Houdek
with 96.
Bethany, W. Va.'s Andy Urbanic
was the top pass receiver, gain gaining
ing gaining 513 yards on 28 catches. John
Emglert, of Lock Haven, Pa
State led in punting with a 44.7
Average on 15 kicks.
Sports Briefs
SAN FRANCISCO (UP)-Quar-terbatk
Earl Morrail, number one
field general for the San Francis Francisco
co Francisco Forty Niners, has received or orders
ders orders from his Muskegan, Mich.,
draft board to report for induction
Dec. 10, he discfosed today. The
22-year old Michigan State All All-America
America All-America said he received his in induction
duction induction notice in a registered let letter
ter letter Wednesday night.
POI.TTMBUS. Ohio (UP) The
hnarrt nf directors Of the U.S. Trot-
tino Association Will hold its fall
meeting here Dec. 2 through Dec
4 it was announced today.
Gruentfier Bows
PARIS. Nov. 9 (UPMU.S. Gen
eral Alfred M. Oruentner. retir retiring
ing retiring supreme commander of fi filled
lled filled Forces Enrnoe. tor formal
leave todav of the North Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Treatv Orean Nation's oer-
manent reoreseiitatlves at a spe
cial meeting of the NATO coun council.
cil. council. '
HOW ABOUT AN FW'CATIONAL
CHRISTMAS?
Josenhlne M. Snrague
Representative
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA
BALBOA
Panama Telephone 2-
1104

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION. G..I.1 Just batik
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hat, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941,
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment
ment apartment in Campo Alegro: 2 bed bed-roomt,
roomt, bed-roomt, porch, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple without
children tpecial rate. Apply per personally
sonally personally 5 lit Street, neat to the
Guatemalan Embatty.
FOR RENT: Modem now apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Living-dining room, 2
bedroom i, bathroom, maid's
room, laundry room, garage, bal balcony.
cony. balcony. Very cool. Residential lec lector.
tor. lector. Street leading te Santuarie
Nacional, pink house. Can be
teen from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-2585.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, kitchen and
bath, hot water. Bella Vista, in
front of Urraca Park. New build building.
ing. building. $60. Telephone 2-1958.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool,
furnished or unfurnished 2-bedroom
apartment. "El Cangrejo,"
near Hotel El Panama. Hot water
included All utilities. For infor information
mation information phono 3-6796.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, big living living-dining
dining living-dining room, big kitchen, maid's
room. Call 2-1958. 3-6886.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 5 lit Street No. 42. For
further detaili call 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for G.t.'t, screened, one,
two bedrooms, Call 3-4818, 7-9

Berrios, Elorde Return
Elimination Bout Tonight

NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UP) -Sawed-off
Miguel Berrios of Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico and slender Flash Elorde
of the Philippines, two eager
young featherweight contenders,
meet tonight in a return elimina elimination
tion elimination 10-rounder at Madison Square
Garden.
It will be televised and broad:
cast nationally over NBC network
at 10 p.m. (EST).
Although they are rated al almost
most almost on a par as contenders,
Berrios i favored at 9-5 to boat
Elorde because of his tplltdeei tplltdeei-sion
sion tplltdeei-sion over Flash In their August
thriller and bocaue of hit relent
less attack. --'
Among the "world's 126 pound
aspirants. 24-year-old Berrios is
ranked frith; 23-year-old Elorde,
sixth. Flash, whose first name is
Gabriel, will be making his East
ern debut. He is a switcn-niuer
Who can fight with either foot for forward.
ward. forward. Each is gunning for a shot at
the title. Elorde is doubly deter
mined because he outpointed
champion Sandy Saddler in a non non-title
title non-title bout at Manila, July 20,
1955. and was beating Saddler in
their title fight at San hrancisco
last Jan. 18, when stopped in the
13th round because of a badly cut
svehrow.
Elorde's TKO by Saddler and
his disputed loss to Berrios at San
Francisco, Aug. 22, were his only
defeats in eiaht outs this year. He
is faster, smarter boxer than Mi
euel and a harder puncher. He
knocked out 14 of his 45 opponents.
His 33-10-2 record includes stops
by Saddler and by Kid Independ
ence in 1951.
Be.-ri has had only 25 pro
Special Services
All Day Sunday At
St. Christopher's
Special services will mark the

servance of the 24th Sunday after

Trinity at St. Christopher's Epis

copal Church, Rio Ahajo. me day s
activities will begin with a cele celebration
bration celebration of the Holy Communion at
6 a.m.
At 7:30 a.m. the women' of the
church will present their United
Thank offerings and the members
of the Everymember Canvass Com

mittee will make their corporate
communion. Following the service,

the Canvass Committee will con

duct the annual house to house

canvass of the members of
church.
The day will close with Even
sohg and Sermon at 6:30 p.m.
Scout News

A meetine of the local council,

International Boy Scouts of
Canal Zone, will be held at

the
the

Rainbow City Scout Shack
Sunday morning Nov. 18, at

o'clock.
Members of the council are
requested to be in attendance to
participate in the important
matters slated for the agenda.
(,

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. ret. da la Oaea Ave. Me. 41
FOTO DOMY
Jaate Arosenena Ave. and It IU
FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS
M Street Me. IS

RESORTS
Spend your week-ends at Rio
Mar, the belt bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The new
management it anxious to serve
you.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable heuttt.
Phon Thompson, Balboa 1772.
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.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Nicely furnithed
cool room, delicious meals, in
Campo Alegre. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
room with cooking facilities. Best
residential section. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnithed room,
American or European bachelor.
Estudiante Street No. 14-29,
Apt. 3
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
SKIN DIVERS: 1947 U.S. divert
anna lung, complete with jet air
regulator $92.50; Tanks filled
$1.25. one-day service. ABER ABER-NATHT.
NATHT. ABER-NATHT. FOR SALE: Used motor, all
sites. Alto new 35-hp. Evinrudo
en display ABERNATHY.
fights, 20 lets then Plash, for a
19-6-0 record. And he registered
only throe kayoet. But hjt tta mi mine,
ne, mine, ruggednett and gong-to-gong
attack particularly to the body
-make him a hard man to boat.
He never was stopped.
This year little Miguel won sey
en of eight starts. He lost only to
Cherif Hamia of France in a wild
melee at the Garden. After that
defeat he won three straight over
Kid Anahuac, Elorde and Ike
Chestnut.
Matchmaker Billy Brown hopes
to pair tonight's winner with
Frendhman Hamia, number two
contender, for a fight that will
produce a challenger for Saddler.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court rr The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Harrv F. Cranfleld, PlalrrtlM vs. Fran
ces E. Cranf eld. Defendant, summons
Case No. 4401. Civil Docket 21. Action
of divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the comolaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety ("ays
after the first date of publication
in case ot your tatiure 10 so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a a-against
against a-against you by default for the relief de
manded in tne complaint.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this October 24, 1956.
C. T. McCocknsick, Jr.
Clerk.
(Seal)
By Lais E Harrison
Deputy Clerk.
To Frances t. Cranfleld:
The foregoing summons Is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of tfi Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
dated October IS, 1956, and enter'' and
filed in this action in the office of the

Clerk of said United States District

Court for the Division of Balboa,
October 19, 195S.
C. T. McCockmlck, Jr.
Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
By Lob E. Harrison
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night of fun tentatively set for
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32nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1956

FIVE CENTS

Communist China Gets Into Suez Act;
Australia, Too; Britain Withdrawing

um Mteeirc mnTH rioSE) Bob Foeel (81), left, and Gil Smith (12, right, almost scored touchdowns for Junior Col Col-8ff25
8ff25 Col-8ff25 FS5t on niS twc du DUvsTut both unfortunately, missed making the catch. Fogel, on the goal line in the
com up Mhtad smith, who one plr later t 20-yaid PM to Mt up the Brit .core ol the nlW p6oto)

College Winds
Up Year, 13-6

Over Athletes

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MT OF TROUBLE all night for Athletic CI ub last night at Balboa Stadium was Bill Cof Coffey
fey Coffey (27), who here hurdles over AC back Bob Cucalon (9) but can't twist out of the tackle tackle-embrace
embrace tackle-embrace of tackle Oil Jones who brought him down after 11 first-quarter yards. On the
gibwnd is Gil Smith (51) and Al Blackall 28, who is chasing play. Coffey was injured and
le&the game in the second quarter after steer lng JC to early game score.
(Tom Thompson Photo)

Junior College should've been

playing all season like they have

lor Hie last one-third ot it.

Lasst night they won their sec

ond straight game after going win win-less
less win-less in every earlier start, a 13-6

victory of over usually tougher

Athletic Club.

The win followed hard after

their 19-7 beating of Balboa's de

fending champion Bulldogs.

JC gave up a touchdown in the
first quarter to the I e a g u.e's
highest scorer, AC Fullback Carl
Turtle, who now has 37 points.

But that wit oil they gave up.
AC mad no other serious
threats.
Bill Coffey passed and ran for
a first quarter touchdown, and
when he was injured, tackle-turned-fullback
Al. BlackaU led the
College to the winning teedee. Bob
Fogel caught a pass for the final
point.
(Seo sports page for details).

LONDON, Nov. 9 (UP)
Peiping radio announced the
formation of a Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist committee to support

Egypt "with manpower and
resources."
"Chinese peoples of all circles,

Including military, medical, en

gineering and technical, commu

nication and transport person

nel, are all expressing their will willingness
ingness willingness to carry out th strug

gle against aggression together
with the Egyptian peoples,'- a
declaration said.
And Premier Robert G. Men Men-ales
ales Men-ales said that Australia was
willing to contribute air and
naval un!ts to the projected
United Nations Sues police
force.
Australia's defense chiefs have

completed details of the kind of

assistance Australia will provide
for the UN. force, Menzies said.
Since the (transport of Austra Australian
lian Australian troops to the Middle East
would take a long time, it had
been decided to offer naval and
air units to the United Nations
command.
Britain is pulling back homo
"many" of its air units from
the eastern MedHerranean but
can send them into action
there again "in a matter of
hours," Eden said.
Eden revealed the re-deploy

ment of air forces in the Medi

terranean to the House of Com
mons after stating that Anglo

French forces would turn over

the Canal Zone to a UN inter

national army as soon as it's
ready to operate effectively.

In Moscow, an Egyptian em embassy
bassy embassy spokesman said the em embassy
bassy embassy has received several hun

dred telegrams from Russian

reserve officers and enlisted men
offering to serve in Egypt.

He said that the volume of
applications is continuing to
increase, coming from un ver ver-sities,
sities, ver-sities, factories, youth organi organizations
zations organizations and especially from
the central Asian Moslem re republics.
publics. republics. The spokesman said that the
entire personnel of some organ

izations volunteered to figrut for
Egypt.

Applicants are merely being

registered but there is no indi

cation that the Soviet Union is
prepared to permit their depar departure
ture departure in the present unsettled
ceasefire situation.

Meanwhile, the White House
denied today that there are
any plans now for British
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
and French Premier Guy Mol Mol-let
let Mol-let to meet here with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower.
In answer to questions on a
Paris report that Mollet, and
probably Eden, will fly here for
such a meeting, White House
Press Secretary James C. Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty said:
"There are no plans at this
moment for such a meeting."

Mollet had said in Paris that

he will fly to Washington to dis discuss
cuss discuss the Middle East; crisis with
Mr. Eisenhower. Informed sourc sources
es sources in Paris had said Eden prob probably
ably probably would go too.
Haggerty told newsmen that
he also had read other "cock "cockeyed"
eyed" "cockeyed" hews stories today.

Consul, 3 Staffers, Gunned
ByEgypfians; ButUnharmed

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where you get a truly amazing combination for $2.25
Choice of complimentary cocktail and delicious brunch
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e DINING and DANCING nightly in the rooftop BELLA
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COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA BAR friends meet at
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and Lucho Azcarraga' s organ music.
And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also
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Boys 7, Girls 5

Twelve babies Including a set of

boy twins were born at Coco Solo
Hospital during the week ending
at midnight Wednesday, according
to the regular hospital report. The
twins were boia Tuesday to Mr.

and Mrs. Roque Nunez of Gatun.

During the week 68 patients

were admitted and 77 were d i s-

charged.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following American citizens: Lt. and
Mrs. James Miley of Fort Davis,
son; M-Sgt. and Mrs. William Kel Kelly
ly Kelly of Fort Gulick, son; and SP-3
and Mrs. Jack Parsons of Coco

Solito, daughter.
Babies we e born to the follow

ing parents of Panamanian nation

ality; Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Agui Agui-lar,
lar, Agui-lar, of Rainbow City, daughter;

Mr. and Mrr. Marcos Franco of

Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. To

mas Perez of Colon, son; Mr. and

Mrs. Robert Kam of Sabanitas

son; Mr. and Mrs. Osvaldo Heil Heil-broh
broh Heil-broh of Co' daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Fernando Mero of Colon,
daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Luth Luther
er Luther Davis of Rainbow City, son.

Buy 'Em Now
Final preparations for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona Communist Chest ben benefit
efit benefit football game to be staged
between the Rem and the A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni All-Stars Monday night at
the Balboa Stadium are now be being
ing being completed and managers in
charge of the two teams prom promise
ise promise it wil be the contest of the
year.
Tickets at $le ach are availa available
ble available at the ticket tables in the
Balboa Commissary and the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Service Center. They also
can be purchased from any
member of either team, from
Gus Meelander at the Canal Zone
Junior College or at the box of office
fice office on game night. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds from all sales wil be
turn over to the current Commu Community
nity Community Chest drive.
Music before, during and aft after
er after the game will be furnished
by the, members of the Balboa
High School band under the di direction
rection direction of Victor Herr.

PORT SAID, Egypt, Nov. 9 (UP)
The U.S. consi'l and three mem members
bers members of his staff were fired on by
Egyptian tommygunners Tuesday
night and one of them was injur injured,
ed, injured, it was disclosed here today.

Consul Anthony Cuomo, of De Detroit
troit Detroit and Modesto, Calif., said the

Egyptians sprayed his living room
with tommy guns. Vice consul
Thomas Dickson of Kilgore, Tex.,
was cut by shattered glass.
The bullets narrowly missed Cu

omo and two other consular staff

men, he said.
Cuomo was busy today on food
supplies, medical help and pub public
lic public security for this Anglo-French
held Egyptian city.
He said he has asked the U U-nited
nited U-nited States to rush food and
medical supplies to an area
where 25,000 Arabs face possible
famine.
He said he was negotiating with

He said that a story from
Amsterdam that the United
States has accepted a Swiss
invitation for a meeting of
the Big Four and India is "not'
true."
The United States has not vet-

answered itne Swiss invitation.

Hagerty said.

He also said that this jrovern-

ment received yesterday a new

note irom Russian Premier Ni Nikolai
kolai Nikolai Bulganin but had not yet
answered it.
Hagerty said that Moscow ra radio
dio radio reports on the latest Bulga Bulganin
nin Bulganin note indicated that Mr. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower had answered it.

Egyptiar. police tt resume their

wirk under Anglo-French supervi

sion to protect remaining food
stores from 1 leis who have at attacked
tacked attacked shops and houses.
Describing tlr. attack on him,
Cuomo said he and three other
members of the consulate were
sitting in his second floor living
room when he saw band of youth youthful
ful youthful Egyptian tommygunners leave
the street and climb to a second
floor balcony across the street.
. Ths Egyptian turned toward his
house arid opened up, Cuomo said.
"The guns were pointed direct directly
ly directly at me," the consul' said. "I
dodged and fell to the fleer as t
heard them chatter."
"There was o doubt at whom
they were shooting," Cuomo said.
The others in the room also took
cover, he said, but Dickson was

hit by flying glass and cut on the

head.

New Pharmacy
To Be Opened
(PA-O Cesar Arrocha y Cia.
S.A. have added anc'iher drug
store, the "Canal Zone Phar Pharmacy,"
macy," Pharmacy," to their chain, it was
announced today. The new own owners
ers owners declared that the same poli policy
cy policy of "honesty, courtesy, and
efficiency," with which they
have been serving patrons of
Farmacia Arrocha, Farmacia Luz
and Farmacia Pasteur, will be
practiced at the Canal Zone

Pharmacy located at No. 17a-12
4th of July Avenue, opposite the
Ancon post office.

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1:30, 3:00, 5:00j 7:00, 9:00 p.m.

Zone Nurses Receive Public Tribute
From Potter In Information Bulletin

Iraq Severs Ties
With French

BAGHDAD, Nov. 9 (UP) -Iraq
has decided to break off diploma

tic relations with France over the
Anglo-French attack on Egypt, it
was officially announced today.

At the same time, reliable sourc sources
es sources said that Iraq has decided to
"freeze" the British sponsored
Baghdad Pact Alliance, presuma presumably
bly presumably suspending Iraq's participa participation
tion participation during the Mideast crisis.

Public tribute to the nurses in
the Canal Zone is given by Gov.
Potter in an information bulletin
issued at Balboa Heights announc

ing that the period from Nov. 12

through Nov. 1? has been designat designated
ed designated as Canal Zone Nurse Week.
The Governor asked the people
of the Canal Zone to join in the
observance and' express their ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the untiring efforts
of the nurses in caring for the
health needs of the Canal Zone.
The text of the information bul bulletin
letin bulletin follows:
"The period from Nov. 12 through

Nov. 17 has been designated as

Canal Zone Nurse Week. That
time this year marks the fifth

anniversary of the annual nurses'
convention held in the Canal Zone.
"The nurses in our midst are vi

tal to the taal zone communi community
ty community in the successful achievement

of an informed and sympathetic

public is essentia! to progress In

the humanitarian efforts of our

burses.
"A continuing renewal and ex

tension ot the rank of nurses,
through the attraction of young

people to the nursing profession is

of importance to the Canal Zone

community's future well-being.
"I, therefore, extend congratula

tions to the Isthmian Nurses' As

sociation, and I urge that schools.

churches, clubs, civic groups, and
individuals In the Canal Zone join
in supporting the observance of
Nurse Week with appropriate ac activities.
tivities. activities. May these, and the medi medical
cal medical profession, unit in public tri tribute
bute tribute to all those who give Nurs Nursing
ing Nursing care. I alf upon the people
generally to express their appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the untiring efforts of
our nurses In caring for the health
needs of the oeople of the Canal
Zone."

They Fell 950 Feet A Minute, And Lived;
And Balloon Set New Height Record, Too

Weather Or Not

TMi weather report, for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m., today, Is pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrogmphic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company t

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RAPID CITY, S.D., Nov. 9

(UP) A pair of Navy scientists
who survived a wild plunge in
their balloon from a record alti altitude
tude altitude of 14.6 miles said today they
descended so rapidly they had lit

tle time to compute the scientific

information they were after.
Malcolm D. Ross, 36, a civilian

empfoye, and Lt. Comdr. M. L.
Lewis, 43, stopped uninjured from

their pressurized aluminum gon

dola 18 miles southwest of Kenne

dy, Neb., yesterday.
The two severed the cabin
from the balloon only about one
foot from the ground after it hed
rapidly dropped 76,000 feet end
taken them 400 miles from their
starting point.

The ascent shattered the record

for manned balloons, set in 1935 at
rapid City, when two Army cap captains
tains captains soared to 72,395 feet. The
greatest altitude ever reached by
man is 126,000 feet, reached by a
piloted Air Force rocket plane last
September.
The four-hour flight was in intended
tended intended to collect scientific data
on the edge of outer epace, but
the- two balloonistt had little
time to make eny computation
before the craft e t a r t e d to

a.m.

J:06 p.m. Rosf and Lewis were unhurt,

but complained they were unable 110:06 at
to hear clearly when they stepped spinning

out on the Nebraska ranchland.

Communication points in follow

ing planes and at Pierre, b.D.,
listened in on the calm, bantering

talk of the pioneer spacemen as
they plunged out of the sky al
rates of up to 3,000 feet a minute.
"We are going to really take
an elevator," one of them sa'.d
at the 62,000-foot level. At 43,000
feet, one of them said "We are
calm, cool and collected, I think,
of maybe you'd call it mildly
perturbed.''
The stratospheric sky was black
above them and the gondola, fixed
up as a flying laboratory, spun
like a top under the 67-foot-round
balioem. But Ross and Lewis

showedno signs of panic.

The ascent, delayed for weeks

until the we.ather was perfect,
started at he "stratobowl" here

at 7:19 a.m. Everything went

perfectly until he balloon hit its

high point of 76,000 feet at about

10 o clock.
Ross and Lewis, in contact with
the ground by radio, then dropped
the balloon to 75,000 feet in order
to begin scientific information.
Then something went wrong.
The balloon, perhaps leaking heli-

ept going dowir: At ItTrW

72,000. The gondola was

At 70,000 feet, the drop appar

ently slackened and the men

reported they had started taking
pictures."

"We didn t get any other work

done," one said, "but it's very
lovely up there."

But they kept failing at rates

varying from 1,00 to 3,000 feet

a minute. At 62,000 feet, one of

them said "We are in an emer

gency situation." They bad buck

led themselves into their seats, he
said, and were beginning to dump
ballast in an attemnt to resain

control of the balloon, fhev

"kicked out evervthine that

wasnt nailed down."

At 43,000 feet, one of the Navy

men said mis it an experience

l wouin not iiKe to repeat. And

at 34,000 feet a voice said iokin 'ly

to a doctor in one of the trailing

planes "I hope your tape recorder

is luncuoning properly.

The plunge ,had slowed down at
that point, but Ross and Lewis
had no more ballast to drop. They
waited until they were about

25,000 feet above ground and then
cut the gondola loose. It hit

ground upright and with a gentle

rtnrrnn at 11:20 s.m.. an hour and

they were at 74,000 feet and at 20 minutes after their fall started.

r "0NE
PILL I
AND HE

FELT
HE COULD
HANDLE

ANYTHING!"

NICHOLAS RAY
SI oiy Kit ScieiplJi b
CYRIL HUME

RICHARD MAIBAUM

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ALSO

The exciting views of the

first atomic submarine, "The

Nautilus" in the marvelous
CienmaScope short

'CLEAR THE DECK"