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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
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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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BRANIFF
IMTf RMATION AL AIRWAYS

M PANAMA, K. P., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1958 FIVE CENTS
Russia Threatens To3end Volunteers'

Israel Wants To

JERUSALEM, Nov. 10

Meir indicated today that Israel will try to hold on at least

to the Gaza strip in its future negotiations with Egypt

The strong-woman Foreign Minister said in a speech
to a gathering of the majority Mapal Party that the Gaza
trio "is an integral part of Israel." She said the future

of the strip of coastland which Israel seized along with the
foigo Sinai peninsula would provide "a tost of Egyptian
goodwill."

The Foreign Minister's state statement
ment statement came amid strong gov government
ernment government suggestions that the
Russians are trying to talk Sy Syria
ria Syria and Jordan into some pro provocative
vocative provocative action against Israel.
Mrs. Mtir toid the party mem members
bers members of the huge supplies of Russian-made,
arms which the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli army captured in the Sinai
peninsula included "types of
arms which have not even been
shown in Moscow military pa parades."
rades." parades." Both the Israelis and Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French found suppl'es of Rus Russian
sian Russian arms spparently far to
excess of what Egypt could
possibly require for Its own
use
The Foreign Minister charged
the Russians with ''seeing seeds
of hatred and aggression In this
part of the world in the hope of
reaping the fruits of wrath-"
She said the forthcoming UN.
General Assembly would provide
answers to these crucial ques questions:
tions: questions: "-
10 Ancna lercfliuiiy
At CZ Leprosarium
president Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia,
dia, Guar-dia, Jr., of Pasama, will attend
a retirement ceremony whlcn
will be held Tuesday morning at
Palo Seco Leprosarium in honor
of Dr. Ezra Hurwitz, superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of the hospital there for
the pa 88 ;4 ,,, w
Although Dr. Hurwitz will be
placed in retirement status
Tuesday, he is being immediate immediately
ly immediately reemployed under special au authority
thority authority and will remain in his
tSost as superintendent of the le leprosarium,
prosarium, leprosarium, j. j
In addition to president de la
Guardia, the retirement pro pro-tram
tram pro-tram will be attended by Gov.
W E. Potter, who will present
the retirement certificate, col.
Charles O. Bruce, Canal Zone
Health Director, and other offi officials
cials officials and friends of Dr. and Mrs.
Hurwits.
Born in Kansas City, Mo., Dr.
Hurwitz has been a Zonlan since
1927, most of which time he has
spent as head of the Palo Seco
institution.
His work at the Leprosarium
was officially recognized five
years ago by the Panama gov government:,
ernment:, government:, when he was awarded
the Order of Vasco Nunez de
Balboa in th grade of Comen Comen-dador.
dador. Comen-dador. Larson Named
Head Of US
Information
WASHINGTON, Saturday, Nov.
10 (UP) Arthur Larson "phil
osopher" of President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's "Modern Republican"
party, will be named today as
the new heed of the U.8. infor information
mation information agency, informed sources
..said.
Larson now undersecretary of
laoor, win replace Theodore c.
1 Strelbert who announced his re-
5 simation yesterday as head of
the government's agency chart
ed with getting the American
"message" across to the world.

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Dgiry Farmer Harvests $35 ,000 'Cabbage
Crop; Now Police Want To Find 'Planter

WEATBJRFORD, Tex., Nov.
10 (UP 7a 185,000 crop of $100
Bills harvested by a Texas dairy
farmer may turn out to be coun counterfeit,
terfeit, counterfeit, bank officials said today.
Oscar Womack, 37, was stroll strolling
ing strolling along a ravine 'on his farm
yesterday when he picked up the
first bill. Tfien he found another
and then another.
W Womack said he picked up
oney until he "just got tired"
and then called his mother, Mrs.
Annie Womack, 50, an employe,
C. H- Kennedy, to help him.
They gathered the bills which

(UP) Foreign Minister Colda

1. Whether the history of the
past week has changed peace
prospects for the Mideast,
2. Whether the assembly will
realize that armistice agree agreements
ments agreements can have no lasting value
in preserving peace and in the
lone run may aggravate the sit situation.
uation. situation. Denial Week Here
Nov. II -Nov. 17;
Confesl Included
National Dentsl Week will be ov
served in Panama from Nov. 11 to
Nov. 17, It was announced yester yesterday
day yesterday by the Panama Dental Asso Association.
ciation. Association. Accoring to the association, the
week's activities are for the pur purpose
pose purpose of stimulating public interest
in the importance of dental health.
, Local newspapers, radio stations
and theaters will sid in its promo
tion,
: ,it)Mprrew a mas wilt W m
in memory of deceases dentists,
at Mm Crista Roy Church at it
Beginning on Monday and last-
iac tiirouffh until Friday, elemen
tary school students will tske part
in an essay contest on the subject
Why I Brush My Teeth.'1jPmes
to winners will be donated' by lo local
cal local business firms.
On Saturday, from t a.m. to 12
noon, members of the association
will give free treatment lv their
private clinics to children 9f the
city's orphanages.
Each dentist attending
the
.U1I.J
children will select the
""""
most in need of dental care and
he will be given free treatment
for a year.
The activities will close on
Saturday with a reception in lienor
of President Ernesto de ra Guar
dia Jr. with Cabinet ministers and
other officials.
North Korea Said
In Arms Buildup
Al Truce Front
SEOUL, Korea, Nov. 10 (UP)
The Republic of Korea's army
chief of staff said today that
North Korean and Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist trucks believed carrying
weapons and ammunition have
been moving on the line separ separating
ating separating south Korea with the
Communist north for the past
two weeks, presumably supply-
ing military equipment to Red
troops manning the truce front.
The general declined to spec
ulate on whether the movements
foreshadowed any renewal of the
Korean war or whether they
might be related to the large-
scale Soviet military deploy
ments going on in eastern Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. There was no immedlatekom immedlatekom-ment
ment immedlatekom-ment on the reports byioHlcers
of the U.S. Eighth Army Amer
ican authorities repeatedly have
stated (that there were no signs
that the Communists planned
to renew the Korean war, except
for the illegal buildup of the
North Korean air force with
smuggled Jet planes.
were muddy and charred by
fire, and rushed them to the
bank.
Word of the find spread and
by last night, hundreds of
no'ghbors aJBAgftranrera were
searching I rite a Creek with
so many flssttlthH that it
looked like a convention of
fireflies.
Most believed the money might
be counterfeit, but were willing
to take a chance.
Vice President Fred Measures
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe ibraham Lincoln.

Community Chest Workers
As Drive Hits 91 Per Cent

Hungary Waits
For West Help
As Hopes Dim
VIENNA, Nov. 10 (UP) Travel
ers from Hungsry reported uooul
ar support of the anti-Communist
revolt running dancerouslv row to
day while rank-and-file Hungarians
impatiently await western help
One anti-Communist leader who
left Budapest Thursday night said
freedom fighters there are openly
afraid that most Hungarians will
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uaus nniess aia is soon received.
Othot refugees who reached
Vienna from Cyoor and Magya-
revar in western Hungary g avt
similar reports. One was a oni
vera
.secret
carry
had
and-i
Soviet
benight.
Rebels
indoned their last for
titled posri
is in Budapest Wednes
day after
But the
at traveller to leave
Budapest
co Sunday and suc-
cessiulry re
ch the West said the
freedom fighters pledge to carry
on partisan Warfare as long as am am-muntiion
muntiion am-muntiion holds out.
Hungary's Olympics
Refuse To Go Back,
Says Melbourne-lie
MELBOURNE, Australia, Nov.
10 (UP) Three members of the
Hungarian Olympic team will not
return home after the Olympic
games, it was reported here to today.
day. today. The report came from migrants
from East European countries
who said they talked with mem members
bers members of the Hungarian Olympic
team at Essendon airport today.
"A team member told me in
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mnriv vacant nr. the niana
hack tn Hunearv one of the
migrants said.
The migrants steadfastly re refused
fused refused to disclose the names cf
the athlete whe said they would
not go home.
They said tnat team members
ptold them they intend to ask for
political asylum In Australia.
11 Britons,
5 Creek Cypriots
Killed This Week
NICOSIA, Nov. 10 (UP) -Elev
en Britons and six Greek Cy
priots have been killed in Nico Nicosia
sia Nicosia since last Sunday in the big
gest outbreak of killings since
the emergency on Cyprus began,
This lsthe highest weekly total
ever. Jendlng credence to the
taeffff that Cypriot extremists
naVe launched an all-out offen offensive
sive offensive to take advantage of Brit
ain's preoccupation In Egypt
"crop" and was Impressed.
"If it's counterfeit, it's the
best imitation I've ever seen,"
he said. 1 counted $30,000 of
it, and there's more than that.
Somebody had attempted to
burn it and there's a lot of
fragments."
Measures said he found some
of the bills with duplicated
numbers, indicating they might
be counterfeit. He theorized
that somebody set fire to the
big pile of cash on Womack's
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RAISE BRITISH FLAG OVER PORT SAID British comman commandos
dos commandos raise the British flag over the Navy House in Port Said,
Egypt, after capturing the city.
Britons Hope Ike Will
Agree To Big-3 Meeting

LONDON, Nov. 10 (UP) Gov
ernment circles hoped today
that President Eisenhower would
soon agree to a meeting with
Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden and French Premier Guy
Mollet to try and heal the dan
gerous breach in the western
alliance.
Eden's statement last night
that "for my part, I am prepar prepared
ed prepared to go anywhere and meet
anybody to help in a situation
of such danger In Europe and
the Middle East" was warmly re
ceived bv the British public.
Eden was referring to the
Swiss plan of a new summit"
conference between Western
leaders and Russia. But he is
also believed to want an ur urgent
gent urgent meeting with President
Eisenhower.
Reports circulated here yes yesterday
terday yesterday that a Big Three meet meeting
ing meeting in Washington was immi
nent. Presidential press secre
tary James Hagerty's statement
that "there are no plans this
moment for such a meeting"
Colombian Indicted
For Return To CZ
After Deportation
A 37-year-old Colombian, who
waited out almost 16 years of
deportation from the Canal
Zone before returning to apply
for a Job, was bound over for
trial in US. District Court yes
terday.
Raul Gonzalez was charged in
Balboa Magistrate's Court of re returning
turning returning to the Zone after depor deportation.
tation. deportation. Judge John E. Deming
found probable cause against
Gonzalez, ordered him held for
trial, and fixed bail at $50.
Gonzalez, on Dec. 17, 1941, wat
excluded from the Canal Zone
following a riot at Gatun involv involving
ing involving several hundred Colombian
and West Indian laborers.
After living in Colombia for
several years, Gonzalez is un understood
derstood understood to have returned to tr
isthmus, living in Colon.
Wednesday he went to the Cen
tral Laoor office to aomy lor a
job, and his record showing his
iod. ana nis recora snowine
deportation led to his arrest.

Gaza

threw a damper on the enthusi
asm mat naa oeen wonted up
acre.
London's leading newspapers
have Insisted that one of the
worst results of the Anglo
French strike against Egypt has
oeen the spilt in relations with
trie united States.
The alliance with the U.S. is
regarded as absolutely essential
tor world peace.
Shepilov Rejects
US Ambassador's
Protocol Gesture
MOSCOW. Nov. 10 (UP) Sov
iet foreign minister Dmitri She Shepilov
pilov Shepilov rejected protocol congratu
lations from U.S. Ambassador
Charles Bohlen on the Soviet
National Holiday, It wa learned
nere.
Bohlen sent his traditional vi visiting
siting visiting card to Shepilov. who re
turned it yesterday, with a note
from his protocol chief saying it
was not accepted because Boh
len's "attitude towards events
connected with celebration of
National Holiday uncorrespond uncorrespond-ed
ed uncorrespond-ed to that which it expresses."
Bohlen and other NATO am
bassadors had failed to attend
three events markine the holi
day, as protest against Soviet in
tervention in Hungary.
State Department
Still Cut Off
From Budapest
WASHINGTON. Nov. 10 rtTP
ine Mate Department said tiuiav
it is still out of contact with the
American legation in Budapest.
Contact with the cost was cut
off early last Sunday and has not
been reestablished.
Press Officer Lincoln Whit de
clined to say whether the matter
was being discussed with Russia
White also said the Question of
u.h. recognition of the new punnet
regime in Hungary has not come
up. officials said it is too early
to tell whether the present regime
will last.

Strip

Jubilant
Of Goal
Confident that the remaining dol
fare needed to meet the Canal
Zone Community Chest goal would
not De tne Hardest to get, workers
in the ariDeal for funds in th 11
different organizations were iuhi-
lant yesterday when the day's re
ports snowed si per cent of the
goal had been reached.
A giant sized contribution of
$8,290.34 from the Dersonnel nf tn
U.S. Arm v Carihhnan n
nounced yesterday to boost the to total
tal total donations receivoil tn ilau f
$32,150.46 and gave renewed vigor
io me overall campaign now mov
lnff down the hnmo stt-otfh oftn
the scheduled conclusion dste had
oeen extended to Nov. 20.
Also included in the Commimitv
Chest collections announced late
Friday was $1,679.25 representing
the cash donations and pledges re received
ceived received during the past 24 hours
from employes of the Canal orga orga-nizatidn.
nizatidn. orga-nizatidn. The Armv's boost to th rimmn.
nity Chest was the first appertion appertion-ment
ment appertion-ment of funds from the recently
conducted USARCARIB United
in unit; vnnm in urns rroirf)
tmoag emnloves of th Pm.ma
Pam Mum if..' 4 i .
ianai uo. and canal Zone Govern Govern-meflt,
meflt, Govern-meflt, were alio coming in at a
faster clip.
With the announcement that
the Canal organization share of
the Chest contributions stood at
$19,129.34 yesterday neon, It was
revealed that this represented
77.1 par cent of His company company-government
government company-government goal and that 75.1
per cent of all the employes were
participating In the Drive.
The Personnel Bureau, with 97.-
8 per cent, remained the Bureau
with the highest employe partici
pation. This was followed closely
by the Office of the Comptroller
with 94.6 per cent.
Divisions reporting 100 per cent
employe participation were the
Comptroller's office, the Budget
and Rates Division, the Claims
Branch, the Internal Audit
Branch, the Treasurer's office, the
office of the Marine Director, the
office of the Supply and Employe
Service Director, the office of the
Engineering and Construction Di
rector, the Division of Preventive
Medicine and Quarantine, the Di Division
vision Division of Veterinary Madincine.

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PLANE HITS APARTMENT HOUSE Firemen on aerial lad ladders
ders ladders battle an apartment house blaze in North Bergen, N.J..
after a twin-engine plane blinded by heavy fog crashed
into a huge television tower (background) and then plunged
into the roof of the apartment house. At least seven persons
, were killed and another 30 injured.

CANADIAN WHISKY CSB

Big Two
And Israelis
Stay In Egypt

MOSCOW, Nov. 10 (UP) Russia announced today
it will send "volunteers' to Egypt if British, French and Is Israeli
raeli Israeli troops remain in that country.
Meanwhile, the advance guard of the United Nations
police force headed toward the Suez Canal zone although
Egypt still has not said definitely she will accept foreian
troops on her soil.
"If the governments of Britain, France and Israel de

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Nations resolution, the Soviet
, t.w.
revive the threat to oeace." a
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I he Soviet aovernment
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"If the aggressors do not
withdraw their troops in accord accordance
ance accordance with the TIN resolution It
is the view of the Soviet govern government
ment government circles that resnnnsihlp
Soviet bodies will not prevent
Soviet citizens who have volun
teered to help Egypt In her .fight
against xne aggressors irom
leaving the Soviet Union."
The statement did not Indi
cate how many ussw. have
volunteered."
An official of the NATO head
quarters in Naples said the first
contingent 400 troops each from
Norway ana Denmark wouia
arrive during the day. More on
the way from other countries
which have volunteered men.
The units will stay in the U.S.
Navy barracks in Naples and
leave for Egypt possibly today or
tomorrow.
There was a deflnte sense of
urgency in London. There
have been reports of mass
movement of Soviet planes tb
the Arab nations in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East. There was concern in
British military circles that
the ceasefire fln the Suez had
put AngloFrench forces in a
tenuous position.
Egypt still has not given a
Atvtita ronlu tn th TT XT romiPst
for stationing the international
ponce xorce on lis son. saia
r. in.. ...j j.
it was awaiting -requested ae
talln" from TIN Hrret.arv-Rpn
eral Dag Hammarskjold before
giving Its final answer.
At the same time Swiss air
line officials in Rome worked
top speed on plans to transport
the first contingent of United
Nations "oolice trooos" from Na
ples to Egypt.
Officials of the Swiss compa company
ny company said thev wera nlannlno- to
use a fleet of DC-6B transport
planes to take an as yet unde undetermined
termined undetermined number of Danish and

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people attacked by imperial-
Norwegian troops from Naples
a iiuuu aumewnere in Essrnt
Sunday and Monday.
Plans however depended on
the final acceptance of the U.N.
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Buf Ike Ignores 'Em
(Jus! A Tradilion)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 (UP)
President Eisenhower planned to
ake a brief rest today at his Get Get-tysburg,
tysburg, Get-tysburg, Pa., farm.
The President was scheduled top.
leave the capital this morning by
Plane for Gettysburg and return
before tonight.
The White House was prepared
to keen him hriofi 5u.!l
. .vu ulluugllUUl ins
day on any new developments ia
ueui European and Middle
East crises.
Whitt Houst Prau Secretary
Jamas C. Hagerty announced yes
Urday tha Pratident has ree.lv
ed tha usual rtsigna'tions from
II eabmat officers and disarma disarmament
ment disarmament chief Harold E. Stassea
It is customary for top govjern govjern-ment
ment govjern-ment officials in the administration
of a newly re elected president to
offer their resignations so thai the
chief executive will have a new
opportunity to decide if he wants
to continue them in office.
In all but a few cases in
past, these officials seriously
not want to leave their inh
the
do
In
are
most cases, the resignations
uiea ana forgotten.
Hagerty said that as far as he
knew Mr. Eisenhower has not ac accepted
cepted accepted any of the resignations.
Legionnaires
Kill 76 Rebels
In North Algeria
ALGIERS Nnv in firp
French Foreign Legionnaire
and blue-helmeted colonial rifle riflemen
men riflemen reported today they have
slain 76 rebels in a running bat battle
tle battle in North Algeria.
Among the dea were rebel
chieftains Achour Ziane and his
lieutenant Si Larbi, and Si Ab Ab-deTrahmane,
deTrahmane, Ab-deTrahmane, commander of re
bels in the M'Zab region.
The battle was fought over
two davs in the Oulad Nail
mountain ransp which pns
southwest 120 miles south of Al
giers
It was the bloodiest single bat battle
tle battle in two months. The rest of
the band which included mors
than 100 men has been encircled,
tne army reported.
Scare Buying
PARIS, Nov. 10 (UP) French
housewives started a wave of
scan buying and food hoarding
today as a result of the critical
world situation.
Groceries reported a rush on
canned food, sugar, vegetable oils,
soap, coffee and other commod commodities.
ities. commodities. Shopowners said the main
buying was in sugar and soap.
usually smong the first items to
be rationed in time of shortages.



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In an invitation to citizens to join the United States Citizens
Asfiocift lion
To this request, I say you should Join up, without delay,
or you must expect to see your chances for legal representation
in Washington hindred, stifled, or eventually stilled forever,
perhaps. You have a solemn responsibility to yourself to keep
alive these efforts to provide some measure of protection for
you and yours; you inherited the right to fight for your rights;
you are entitled to humane consideration and assistance. USCA
offers you this.
Twenty-eight legislative bills affecting the Panama Canal
or its employes were introduced in the last session of Congress;
five of these were enacted into law snd one other reported
ubon favorably by the Senate Committee. The others were
passed over in the last hectic days of Congress, and hence must
be re-introduced in the next session.
I Because oi your geographical location you are unable to do
anything about this, as well as some other 3600 citizens. So,
you see, continued recognition of your citizen rights Is up to
you, but I must remind you that you have a moral obligation
too and that is to retain the confidence and respect of the
group who were instrumental in forming this organization for
y "uBCA enables employes to have a voice in affairs effecting
tlttir status when and where it is most needed in Washing Washington
ton Washington Your struggle for acknowledgment to present your con convictions
victions convictions on matters pertaining to your welfare need not be in
vain instead, you can contribute to this opportunity to sell
them in the proper place. Crucial days are ahead of us.
T I venture to say that more than a score more of Bills will
be presented In the next session of Congress which, will intro introduce
duce introduce material disadvantages that may effect you but an at at-tempt
tempt at-tempt can be made through USCA to off-set this state of af affairs,
fairs, affairs, if you want it. Do you? Merely to voice dissatisfaction
is not enough; mere criticisms are not sufficient to change re results;
sults; results; if you want the best obtainable I propose that you are
Willing to foster your own crusade for It, are you not? I am.
Write your Congressman and Senator for copies of these
Alls and vou will see that I am not fooling:
Senate: 3906; 3776; 3134; 3871; 4140; 3439; 2875; 2167, (Re (Report
port (Report No. 2375).
House of Representatives: H. J. Resolution BIO; H. R. 842;
4B52, Public Law 688; HR 6245; 7619; 9400; 9485; 9001; & P. L;
W3' 11152; 11326; 11327; 11371; 11384; 11387; 11407; 11446; 11495;
11651; 11799, & Rept. 2469; HR 11964; 12155; and 12187.
USCA Member

CALLING PANAMA

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nr. Wialrlntr afiuriv fit Panama fri mv fit.Vi orarlo xls.u

In order to help my children gain a feeling of closer relation relationship
ship relationship with Panama, we would like to correspond with children
In your schools, children of about the same age group (10-13
ycitrs).
My children are:
m Carolyn Carver (hobbies: reading, hiking, swimming), Treas Treasure
ure Treasure Island, Laguna Beach, California, U.S.A.
Merry Susan Rcimers (age 11, hobbies: coins), 260 Pearl
Street Laguna Beach, California, U.S.A.
Lisa Rubens, Box 577, South Laguna, California.
Mike Buxton (hobbies: model airplanes, football), 2835 Ter Terry
ry Terry Road, Laguna Beach, California.
Cathy Ponsen (hobbies: swimming, shells, horseback rid riding),
ing), riding), 506 Bluebird Canyon Dr., Laguna Beach, California.
Jimmy Kauer (age 11), 3185 8th Avenue, Laguna Beach,
California.
Robert Bell (age 11, hobby: model cars), 1990 Olennery
Street, Laguna Beach California.
M. N. Tartaglia, teacher.
i Allso Elementary School

21542 Wesley Drive,
South Laguna, Calif.,
U.S.A.

DINN ER TIME

Sir:
The Margarita Clubhouse has at last found the perfect so solution
lution solution to reduce sales and antagonize its diners: install a
television set in the dining area, turn to the highest volume of
sound and let it roar.
Les Dinn

Sir:
IK In the past it has been a pleasure to eat in the Margarita
Service Center with its well prepared food and good service.
Within the last few days, however, a television set has been
placed right in the dining room area and allowed to blare un unattended.
attended. unattended. No doubt the Intention was good but the results are
terrible.
Let us dine in peace once more.
Fewer Decibels

Sir:

VICTORY VERSE
Our kindest condolence to Credulous Crede,
That Quixote without a cuirass,
Who rode off to battle with windmills and

On a slick, unreliable as:

sheep

3

Too zealous to ponder on logic or facts

He licked many stamps in the fight
'ino' no glowing model of knight errantry,
He's a fervent, erroneous knight.
While we do not lament the timely end
Of a creed that we couldn't concede,
We sadly repine for the end of the line

Of incredible, credulous creae.

- H. L. B.

PANAMA AMERICAN
WAIT ADS

y VICTOR RIISIL
Gen. Eisenhower won the pres presidency
idency presidency but lost the election to the
labor leaders.

It was labor's political machine,

operating in high gear in most of

the nations 154,865 precincts,
which threw up the road-blocks
and prevented the President from
dragging in -i friendly Congress.

From this frenzied moment in
history, labor can write its own
ticket inside the Democratic
party. For there would have been
virtually no Democratic campaign
in many, many states if labor

hadn t given unionism a holiday
and taken to the hustings.
In fact, in the final days there
would have been almost no Steven-

sun campaign if the labor people

hadn't pound their followers into
the streets and their money into

an media of communication. In a

report such as thi only the high

lights can be hit. There is, for ex example,
ample, example, Walter Reither, who left
his long distance telephoning only
to fly even longer distances to

whoop it up for Stevenson.

As Stevenson's campaign limped
into the final stretch, Reuther let

nis union run by automation. He
cloreted himself deep inside Sol Solidarity
idarity Solidarity House, the international
headquarters of the UAW in De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. He kept In constant tele telephonic
phonic telephonic contact with Adlai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and the candidate's top aides.
They worked ou daily strategy
more carefully than a freshman
on his first prom date.
But Reuther did find time to talk
to some of his own lieutenants
on the home front Michigan, of
course. The Auto Union deluged
the state with money, manpow manpower
er manpower and imagination. Reuther's po political
litical political affection for Stevenson djd
not confuse Reuther's practical
politics. To Reuther and his union,
the state of Michigan is all-important.
So there, they reversed
their field running.
They poured it on for Gov. Men-

nen Williams. They wanted him
unhampered by Stevenson. The

union got out special nosters

showing the handsome head of

Gov. Williams right down to the
bow tie but wiih no mention of
Stevenson. The printed message

saia: vote a straight Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic Ticket." The people did but
only after they made sure Mr.
Eisenhower woild be President
or the U.S. Mr. Williams was also

elected

"The Light Vanishes. ."

H 1 .Hi
B NCA Srtitr, lic.l J

critt Washington
Merry-Go-Round

Poor, Downtrodden Everybody

You can't blame a fellow for

being just a thy touch confused
these days. Russian planes and

tanks moved Ink Hungary, a

place they said the day before

they (the Russians) were getting
out of. I think they went in to pro

tect communications bet..een Low

er Slobbovia and East Rerun or
something.
Well now, the Russians are right

put out at the English and the

the poor, downtrodden Egyptians

The President carried his home J anfl ar? equally annoyed at the
.... .. ..... i t i: mi

stead state, but the United Labor
Committee people tell me thy
carried in the new Democratic
Senator Clark with a pile driving
campaign, especially in Philadel

phia and Pittsburgh and in the
big labor centers on the indus industrial
trial industrial line between these two ma major
jor major cities.
You need but call the roll of
labor's favorites to note how they

defeated even President Eisen

hower's personal i-ioices. There is

Sen. Wayne Morse in Oregon. He

ran against former Secretary of

the Interior Douglas McKay, the
President's own choice and the
ah for whom Mr. Eisenhower

new o,uw miles ruuuu trip, ravise
won. Why?

Because the unions put men and
money and one of the nation's
smoothest political organizations

on the line for him. This is the

same machine which made almost

200,000 phono calls and put hun

dreds of men and women into the
field in the final hours of Sen.

Dick Neuberger's campaign last

time out and won for him, too.
There are a hundred such re

ports. Whether they tell the little

story of a local alderman or tne
big fight, like that of Jack Javits

and Robert Wagner, watched by

all the world, these reports show

the labor vote piled up and the
labor men pMing it up even where
their candidate lost.
There Were no 'morning-after"

blues inside labor. They felt no

personal loss in Stevenson's de
feat.

He had created no image, nor

stirred any imagination among
them. They wanted Stevenson to

win. Certainly. But most of all

they wanted to win on their col

lective home fronts. For the most
part this Is what they did. Now
they are turning to the ask of
winning inside toe Democratic

oartv. They have oroved labor's

strength and now want it recog

nized. That s what AFL-UIO pres president
ident president George Meany said, In ef effect,
fect, effect, It seems to me, the morning
after election.
And the labor people are not will

ing to waft, for 1960. They expect

political interest m their expendi expenditures
tures expenditures of men and money in 1958
when next toe Democrats nomi nominate
nate nominate candldrtes.

poor, downtrodden Israelis. The

poor, downtrodden Americans are
annoyed at the poor, downtrodden
English and French and suddenly
find themselves as-allies in the

purest sense of the .word with the

poor, downtrodden Russians Who

are clobbering the daylights out
of the poor, downtrodden Hungar Hungarians.
ians. Hungarians. Over in Cyprus i whole lot of
p.d. Greeks are working some p.d.
Turks, and both sides arc doing
over the p.d. British in North
Africa. The p.d. Arabs are at it
again against the p.d. French and
anybody else they find handy.
I r.n not in touch with the vari various
ous various Viets Nam and Minh but ob obviously
viously obviously something still persists.
Our best thinners hav not come
up with any solution to a treaty
we got stirring. Do we protect the

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CAS FILL YOUR SEEDS!

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Bv BOB RUARK

Israelis against the Egyptians or
do we declare war as per contract
against the English and toe French
fur armed a ggression against
Egypt? Somebody up there don't

like us.
Ike is saying that alt he knows

about the beautifully timed bit

hetweer England, France and Is Is-rael
rael Is-rael against Egypt is what he
read in the papers. But I notice
that Newsweek, a magazine, had
Moshe Dayan's picture, on the
cover a couple o, weeks ago. Gen General
eral General Dayan is the C-in-C of the
Israeli armed f -rc
Somebody must have heard
something u this one wasn't
rigged. I never iaw, a fixed prize
fight and I was a sports writer
for & long time.
-
Sir Anthony Eden will probably
emerge from this mess as a hero
because there are so many ging ging-han.
han. ging-han. dogs and calico cats chewing
on each other at the moment that
there really isn't room for a clear clearly
ly clearly defined global war. Our splen splendid
did splendid aloofness and Russia's oh-dear-tude
would b- awfully funny it it
didn't involve lives.
I do not agree with Ike that
wars do. not solve things. Two
wars we. had with Britain solved
things, pretty gaoc for America.
This, outbreak in Hungary seems
to be solving something there.

WASHINGTON Elec Elections
tions Elections change in the United States.
They've become more sedate,
some people say more sissjfied.
Torchlight parades have been re replaced
placed replaced by coffee hours. The spell spellbinding
binding spellbinding oratory of Bryan's day
has given way to Madison Avenue
techniques on television.
And more than anything else,
the lusty editorials, the mttd mttd-slinging
slinging mttd-slinging epithets, the personal
abuse of candidates has lessened.,
It was a big flare-up in McCar

thy's day, but this campaign has
been quite gentlemanly.

it s been so gentlemanly that

looking back through the pages
of American history and noting
the way our forefathers slugged

it out verbally on the political
hustings, you wonder whether
American politics is losing its vir

ulence.

Probably it isn't. It's more po

lite, more tair, out x nope just as
vigorous.
George Washington was called a
"tyrant" and a "fool," Thomas

Jefferson an "infidel,'' Teddy

Kooseveit a pansy blossom, a
"sissy" and a "punlin lily," while
no later than six presidents ago
Woodrow Wilson was accused of
being promiscuous with lady

friends.

Charges against Grover Cleve

land were toe most bold-faced of

all. Republican enemies raised the

issue of his illegitimate son, and
Republican torchlight paraders

chsnted: Maw, maw, where's my
paw? He's in the White House.

haw, haw, haw,"

By Harding's day this type of

mudslinging had either changed

or newspapers leaned over back

ward to protect him. Harding, too,
had an illegitimate child, but his

mistress, who later wrote a book

on her life with Harding, was

taken to Japan during the elec

tion campaign of 1920, her ex

penses paid for by the Republi

can National Committee.

Though some newspapers had

harpooned Wilson, a Democrat,

none mentioned toe affairs of

Harding, a Republican, until after
his death. Nor have they referred
in any detail to toe family prob problems,
lems, problems, of more recent candidates

and presidents.

ATTACKS ON JEFFERSON
Not so in the days of our fore

fathers. When Jefferson ran for

president, Timothy Dwight, presi president
dent president of Yale, charged that his
election would mean lustful moral
depravity, and "our wives and
daughters the victims of legal

prostitution, soberly dishonored,
speciously polluted.'1

Jefferson was described as a

around for a bruise and he's col-L"thief. a coward, a libartme. aa

med infiOel and art atheist. He was

And I think that this brawl In the
Middle East will solve some

things, like .: good family fight

defines problems and eases toe

air

Nasser of Egypt has been out of

line on Suez, and Egypt's we ain't
fighting-but-shoot-him-dead tech

r.ique with Israel has been out of

line. Israel's attitude to Jordan

and Jordan's attitude to Israel and
Israel's attitude to Egypt have all
been out of line. Maybe a little
shooting will clear the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere and we can lay down a few

do s and don ts
Surely, Nasser has been obstruc

tive and entirely too big for his

britches. He's been sucking

letting it. Whether he was fra
seems beside the paint.

You. must rememb.. that An

thony Eden s ce'leaague Cham
herlain wave an umbrella at Mu
nich and a dreadful little ex-cor

poral, ex-housepainter, psychotic

little man named Adolf Schickel-

g'uber arranger, a great war be because
cause because nobody slapped him loose
from his warped arrogance. Mu Munich
nich Munich became a synonym for ap appeasement.
peasement. appeasement. I think the time had, come to
slap down Nasser, and Tony Eden
knew it and was willing to bet his

life on it. Maybe he was wrong

v not doing it e-iier.

Walter Winchell In New Yorn

was a copy writer in a London Pavilion

advertising agency before he
made his. first entrance . F.
Hugh "The Moon is Blue" Her Herbert
bert Herbert was an alvertising expert at
Selfridges, leading London dept.
store; before he tinkered with piot
and dialogue ... His progress
in the- theatre fitful John Lodge Lodge-following
following Lodge-following his performance in
"Watch on the Rhine" ) success success-sively
sively success-sively became a congressman,
governor of Conn, and ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to Spain ... The late Robert
Sherwood (three times winner of
the Pulitzer Prize for "best play
of the season" was an editor of
Life (the comic weekly).

Trapped in a treacherous trade,
stage actors sip Chateau Yquem
one season, shiver in cold water
flats the next. In a recent survey
of the activities of its member membership
ship membership Ado s Equity discovered that
in a years span a sixth of its
personnel found no employment in
the theatre. Those who did aver averaged
aged averaged ten weeks work , Their
average income was $790.00 .
Only one in eight of those who
worked made as much as $5,000
. . Shriveled by its own statistics,
Equity came tj this conclusion:
"Anyone primarily concerned with
earning a living by his profession
should try elsewhere but the thea theatre
tre theatre . Most actors would be
reduced to the extremity of eating
their own young if they didn't add
to their Income through television,
radio and screen engagements.
Playwrights and producers run
the same rags-to-riches gamut...
Because of this deplorable state
of affairs mcny of the stage stage-crazed
crazed stage-crazed have alternate trades, sec secondary
ondary secondary professions to which they
can turn when the wolf starts to
claw at the door ... Playing
in "Ball at the Savoy" at Lon London!
don! London! Drury Lane (in 33) Maur Maurice
ice Maurice Evans rode to the theatre in
the truck he used to n.ake deliv deliveries
eries deliveries for his dry-cleaning business
. . Elmer Rice was a 21-year-old
lawyer when he wrote his first
great hit, "On Trial ... Mi Michael
chael Michael Redgrave ("The Sleeping
Prince), actress Millred Dun Dun-Prince"),
Prince"), Dun-Prince"), actress Millred Dun Dun-Carroll
Carroll Dun-Carroll ("Shadow and Substance")
and Marcel Pagnof "Topaze")
...... .flkA.I lA.ltflAM

irfv ha11m f"TK Rills Arp Solicitation. As such, Levin super

Rinaine") operated a telephone I vls. investigation and hcensing

switchboard for Orson Welles lu"a"'.sm ns. ns.-Mercury
Mercury ns.-Mercury Theatre before she grt This experience stood him in, good
her first setins assitnment in stead-when he raised funds for

"Kiss Tlem for Me."

Oscar Hammerstein

raises (and sells) Angus cattle

on his Bucks County farm

IlnnalH Pnnlr mhila nlivinn mill,

TitinUh in ''Priv.t r .,. hr.t i probably would to a news colum

pulik (Hungarian sheep dogs) at"1'". "PW"1? ia

attacked because,, though he be believed
lieved believed in God as-a spiritual forces
as is the Unitarian creed, he did
not believe in a personal Cod.
"Let the first magistrate be a
professed infidel," stormed Wil William
liam William Linn, a Dutch reform minis minister,
ter, minister, "and infidels will surround

him. Infidelity will become the

prattle from the highest to t-h e

lowest condition in life, and uni

versal dissoluteness will follow.

Cotton Mather Smith accused

Jefferson of having obtained his
property by fraud and of having
robbed widows and ornhans. Oth

ers called him a Republican Ogre.

(tne Democratic party was called
Republican in those days) who
was plotting to confiscate all
bibles.

George Washington, who never

campaigned for president, was
earlier accused of all sorts of per

fidy oy two of his generals, Hora Horatio
tio Horatio Gates and Thomas Conway.

He was actually investigated by

a secret session of the continen continental
tal continental Congress, and though the min

utes never leaked out as they

years. Andrew Jackson was ac.
cused, of stealing another man's
wife and making her mistress of
the White House. Gen. Winfield
Scott, hero of toe Mexican War,
was depicted in cartoons as climb climb-ing
ing climb-ing to toe presidency on the skulls
of dead soldiers. Gen. U ,S. Grant
was described aa a drunk who
couldn't stand up at public meet meetings.
ings. meetings. James G. Blaine was called a
crook, while William Howard Taft
was charged with being out of
his mind. And during ths bitter

Republican split between Teddy

fioosevelt and Taft. T. R.'s danrt.

ter, Alice, accused Taft of being
a "traitor."

Alice, now Mrs. Nichol Long Long-worth,
worth, Long-worth, lives in Washinatsm nH

can teu you ail about it. Being a
frank lady she will doubtless also
tell you how she later becamt
devoted to the Taft family and a
loyal friend and booster of the
late Senator Taft.
So, along with the vigoroua
name-calling of the old days, there
was also an ability to forgive and
forget. Tempers were out. in the
open. There were not many eco?
nomic daggers in the back. Politi Political
cal Political boycotts and business pres pressures
sures pressures were not in vogue as they
are in some areas today. After
tempers had flared and peoplt
had fumed, they pulled together.
NEAR CAST NOTES
American ambassadors to
France and England were caught
flat by the British-French deci decision
sion decision to invade Egypt. Ambassador
Winthrop Aldrich former head, of
the Chase bank who has done a
pretty good job so far in England,
wired Dulles that no invasion at
all was contemplated . Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Douglas Dillon in Paris,
France,, of the Dillon Read invest invest-ment
ment invest-ment firm, was treated like a
schoolboy. For two weeks the
French foreign office refused to
talk with Dillon dr staff .Finally,
a low-ranking official assured the
embassy there was absolutely

nothing to rumors tlfat France

was about to intervene at Suez
. Gn. Maxwell Tavlor. Armv

chief of staff, when consulted by
the White House, warned that the

most the U.S. Army could send

to the Middle East was three divi

sions. Other divisions are tied ud

in Europe, Alaska, and the Far
East. Tayior said it would take
a full week to get even a token

force over there . The joint
chiefs of staff's advice to Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower was that the situation waa
too fluid for the U.S.A. to take

any miliary action. They uried

him to sit back and watch devel

opments ... This came before

Dee's broadcast- report- to the na

tion at which he followed their
advice . Originally John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles wanted to draft a touch

resolution of censure to be intro introduced
duced introduced to the United Naions. The
original draf bluntly named

Israel as the aggressor. Later tola

was toned down.

Mat a Hari (born Gertrude Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Zelle) was an Oriental
dancer before she took to spying
for Germans in, World War L She
did a Javanese dance for fellow
pilstners the night before she was
executed by a French firing squad
. . Ralph Roberts (recently the
executio er in "The Lark") is a

professional masseur, regularly
pummels and kneads Imogene

uoci MUlon Bene, Eddie Albert
and Agnes DeMille . Adrianne
Allen (star of "The Reluctant De

butante") was an apprentice

dressmaker with couturier Lanvin

(in Paris) before she entered Lon
dons Royal Academy of Dramtic
Art.

his New Jersey kennels . Leo
Glenn (last seen here in "Another
Part of the Forest") is the only
actor who ever convicted a mur murderer.
derer. murderer. He was one of the prose prosecutors
cutors prosecutors of the criminals who ran
the notorious Belsen concentra concentration
tion concentration camp in World War II.

If "My Fair Lady" should fold
producer Herman Levin could
resume his practice of law .
Following graduation from St.
Johns Mayor LaGuardia named

him Director of Division of Public

Buddy Hackett ("Lunatics and
Lovers") is a skilled upholsterer;
during World War II invented the
first contour chair . Ethel
Merman, nee Ethel Zimmerman
("Happy Hunting"), was an As Astoria
toria Astoria stenographer before she

clicked in Gershwlns "Girl

"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'

"Calf Me Mister" And "Bless You
All" .... Kcrmit Brlomgarden
(producer of "Most Happy Fella"
and "Diary of Anne Frank") is
a Certified Public Accountant .
Laurence Langner (Theatre Guild
big-wig) is one of the nation's top
patent attorneys.

Victor Borge raises pheasants

t and Rock Cornish pullets at his

-'Southbury, Conn, farr..

Ray Walston (the Devil in

"Damn Yankees") used to operate
a linotype machine at the Herald-

Tribune. He still holds a card in

the Intl Typographers Union...
Dave Chasen Joe Cook's most

famous stooge) deserted the stage

U open his own popular restau

rant in II wood . Producer Le-

land Hayward started as a press
agent for United Artists .
Georgie Price, vaudevillian and

musical comedy zany, lammed,
from the two-a-day to become a

Wall Street broker . Even the
critics have alternate trades .
The Herald-Tribune's Walter Kerr
long headed the drama dept at
Catholic Unlv, Washing, D.C .
The New Yorker mag's c f i t i c-

Wolcott Gibbs was a conductor

on the L. I. Railroad . Talented
John Mason )r..wn abdicated his
critical chair to become a full full-time
time full-time lecturer.

Crazy" . Alec Guinness last

seen here as the enigmatic psy

chiatrist in "The Cocktail Party") them to Sardis and Henri Soule Calif,

Yul Brynner (long-run King of

&am) once was an acrobat in a
French circus . Michael Told
(wide screen wizard) can reopen
the bricklayers school he once op op-crated
crated op-crated in Chicago should TV
throttle the talkies ... The late
great Robert Benchley was still
serving as the dramatic critic of
the old comic weekly, Life, when
he made a hit in "The Music Box
Revue" with "Thr Treasurers
Report" . .Cornelia Otis Skinner
(the diseuse ant one-woman stock
company) hes written five books
and is a frcqui.it contributor to the
better periodicals . John Van
("Voice of the Turtle") Druten

was a London solicitor before he
penned his first play. He now
raises. tomato plants and corn on

Senrhls A.J.C. Ranch at Thwnrat

motion to arrest Washington lost

ou by only one vote.
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Bare-knuckle campaign tactics
continued all through toe early

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sew, desk m wriHaf he Wedaesdev
IBM let Hm cassias Saturday's church

to

at Mm latest at

Colon. RJP
Rev. Samue. Walden. Mtnliter
1:311 i.m. -Itornin Service and
;onun union
3 p a Sunday School
7:1 Dm Evening Service.
(Hoi j Communion lit Sunday)
Monday. 10 nm. Prayer .Meeting,
KBrAkZKH Mr THOUISI LHUelCH
Rainbow City, CZ
Key Samuel Welden, Minuter

Sunu.v service am ano tun am

unday School fur all is et 030 am

-year rovnano- to wersere.-
Tnaoriav n ip Pravw Meertne

Baptist

COIOU BAPT.8T CHUBCB
v 311 Bruja Koa
tfciiex SW ,Bboa y
fbone WW
carl r. radeieyrilii, reatei

Xrainin Wnion pin

(Se7TeeltaSj
itach Wedneaday
n .k.luuui 1th

Mo.iday each nwntn f

a Blow acuew

Saturday ""

Christian Scientist
CHJtlSll. allfcMe UtUaVUttt

'int Church ol Christ Sciential. Ancoi

MO Ancon Boulevard
Sunday tlOU. Wednesday la) am
Sunday School 0JO am

irsi cnurcti ui carat, sciential, i
13th Sued Boilvai High
eimr-v v-nnni : la

11:00 am Wednesday wm pro

a

Catholic

IMpm

I-IKST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa HeighU. C Z.
6Z7 Ancon Boulevard
Braver B Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 17
William & Beeby. Palter

bunday scnool
Moraine Worship
Baptist lTainlnp Onion ....
aivangetlsuc Servica
Privet Meeting Wednee-

day

w MS Bible Study Hum Hum-Men
Men Hum-Men Brotherhood (Mat

J0 am
10:45 a m
(30 o.m

7 JO am

1J8 om

i. 1JB
ISO PA

IT MARV't CHURCH Balboa

Sunday Misses: 7:00. 1:00. 10:00 and

12:00 a.m. ....

Holy Day Masses: ea. s:w, u: m

snw 5 -on n m

Confessions: Saturday. 3:30 to SD0

and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, bet

First Friday: 7:00 to a uo o.m

Miraculoui lueaai novena: i.w p.m

nn Mondavi.

Catechism daaii after the 3:00 maw

on sunaay sunaay-High
High sunaay-High School Study Club 6:30 p.m. an

wednaaaay.

SACRED HEART Ancoa
Sunday Mattel: 5:55. 7:30 & 1:30 a.m

Holy bay masse: 5:85 a.m. anj 5:00

n.m.

Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and

7:15 to 3:00 p.m. Tnuraday before First
Friday 7:00 pm.

Sacred Heart uevouons: r.w pm en

Fridays
Catechiam Clm: 3:1$ to : pm an

Thuraday.

Mnndiv vn month)

r UtST BAPTIST CHURCH

Maraarita Avenue at sin m

Mtrsariia.
R.y. rd & Beth. Paitee

Sunday School
Morning Worship
Baptist rraining Onion
Evening Worship
Brotherhood, Tueidaye ......
Prayer Servicei, Wednosdayi
WatU. Ut 3rd Pridaya
GA.. H A., Sunbeam.
Fridays ..r..

l:4S a m
11:00 a m.

6:30 p.m
7:45 p.m.
7:00 o m.

. 7:00 pm.

am.

OUR LADT OP r ATIMA-Cnrundo
Sunday Ham at 3:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas at 8:30 p.m.
Confeeaioni: 6:00 to 6:45 pm on Sat

urdav.

Catechism Wise: saturaay i:w u i

am

ST. JOSEPH Pinlie

Sunday Masse at 7:00 and 3:13 am

Holy Day Mass at :u p.m
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.

Confessions: Saturday 3 JO to 4:30 and

1:30 to 7:30.

Catechism CI: Sunday :oo to 4:ou

p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7:00 p.m

on Friday.

convert imtrucnonai inursaiy i;ov

OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gam bee
Sunday Mae: 70 and 340 am
Holy Day Mm: 6:00 am and iM
p.IYl
.fF.ffn0" .S,tu"u JM pm and
alter all evening devotions.

oapusms oy appointment
Miraculous Iim.1 i

on Tuesday.
Sacred Huh h.. ,.a

Friday. 1 pJ"

Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Relleious fnrt n

j .v.,u., lot coil-
P-n-o Thursday.

..t,u., insmicuon tor adults (Con.
ducteT Spanish): 7:00 p.m on 'mSI.

convert Instruction by appointment

Episcopal

The Rt Rev R. Hlber GaedM ITS

The Very Rev. Malnert J Petersen.
S.T.R., Dean
ANCOM. CX
TH. CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKR
, SUNDAYS
:30 a.m holy Communion.
:30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sua
(lav)

:30 a.m. Church School.
9:45 y m. Fscuela rw,miniMi

tl.OO am. fvarnine Pnver mn

'"'i' communion. (Pint Sun-

7 00 pro Evening Prayer and Sermon
WRriMFsnivc

3:30 a n. Holy Communinn.

7:00 pre Evening Prayer.
HOIVV TiSvm

JJ gojy Communion.
8 -30 a m Holy Communion.
. DAILY
3:13 am Mnmlna D...

ll:M MW-day Missionary Prayara.

Third Street. New Cristobal
The Rev. J, K. Rin.w,
Prill lea i"U

SUNDAYS 7

Holy Communion ....
Church School

RAINBOW CPPI
Caaa.1 et St Mary, the Vlrgta
The Rev. Jeha A. apahrbmgr
Priest 1b Chares

I SUN DA IS

Sung Lucharist 1 JO a m
Chur :fi School 3:43 am
E-.'sns-.!,' and Sermrx I..

I THURSDAY J,

Holy Communion. law am
GATUN
t Oeerge's Church
.The Rev. Jeha A. Spalding.
Priest In Charm

I let AND 3rd SUNDAYS
, Holy Communion ( Jt ajB
ted AND 4th SUNDAYS

mormrg Privet
and Senior a ja m
. HOLY DATS
jaa a m Holy Communion
Church School, each Sun 10:30 e.m
RIO ARAJO
St. Christopher'! Chareh
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwett

Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 .m. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Suns Eucharist and Sermon

1040 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church

scnool.
12 00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7:30 p.m 1st and 3rd. Woman' Auxi
Uary.
TUESDAYS

6:30 p.m Junior Daughter! et the

King.
7:30 n.m. Youtti Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.

7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Religious

insuTucuona.
THURSDAYS
8:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
8:00 n.m 1st ind Srd. SlnaUtiau

SATURDAYS
3:30 am. Junior Confirmation Class

Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZARRNR
Ancon, CZ.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 58, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 38M

Posts and Bases

PACIFIC SID.
Pretettaai

FORT AMADOR

Sunday School
Morning Worship
Church-Tim Nursery School

FORT CLAYTON

Sunday School tBuildlng No.
Meffinif 'worahbV
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class

FORT KOBBI llssrl

Daily Mass gis
Siturdiy Mass g no
Sunday School 8:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 aim.
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11 45

Monday Novena Devotions 740
Confessions-Saturday .... 6:00 A 7:30

aunaay ramuy Hour 6:30 pm

ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK

Sunday School e-jn
Adult Bible Class INCO Clnhi eo

Mlnt Worship 3.30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship gjn

U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday

15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPSS.

Morning Worship :oo

nour communion rust Sunday
of Month)
Cithell

Mcorr on MiDtw r
Rv nCW A I n MM3V I Ji! .masnfjfcsra ssssssW

M KQ4S I For 8S' JjBaiy
340 west east I delicious iMi

till' I :p LJSSS
I f mm

A85J

Tf,QJl07S :

1 ivorin-ooutn vui. 1

North RAM South West II

j 14) Pass 13 Pas. I I

ap rasa i w rasa
3 NT. Pass iff Pais
Pass Pass
Opening lead A Q

3:30
11:00

Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Service ..
Evening Service
N.F.M.S. Service

Prayer Meeting, Wed.

3:43 a.m
10:30 a.m

6:43 p.m
7:30 p.m
I'M o.m

7:30 pjn

NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 33rd Street last

S. N. Brewa. Minister

8:30 a m
8:30 a.m

WEDNtSUAYS

AHouse of"p?ajrior''aliiilBliPm

COCOLJ
(Thatch of St Andrew

SUNDAY?.

amily Prayer and Church School,

IH.C. first Sunday in Month)

evening rrayer
Weekday Prayer

Rev

SUNDAY:

Divine Worship
Sunday School

Sunday Masses

8:30 a.m
3:00 o.m

...T. 7:45 11:45

7:30 n.m

1:00 a.m

ST. VINCENTS Panama City

Sunday Maims: 6:00 and 840 am:

Salvation tomv .SflE-?
JdlVdllUH Ml 8331 CAvfessions: SatUrdiy 3:00 to 1:00 nd mon ...

(Non-Oenomtnarlonal Evangelistta
Meetings)
THB PACIFIC MB
r A'NAhiA CITY
Captain A Mr. H. Grant
li Febroary Street, Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCa CZ.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Buildin No. 10M, Phone: 2-MM
U :0-l ilouness- Meeting.
3:M) Sunday School.
7 40 Salvation Meeting.
PAHAiSO, CZ.
Envoy A Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiana SueeL
3:00 Siii day School.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30' salvation Meeting.
COLON THIRD STREET
SCaptain Syslin Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7 30 Shlvation Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY CZ.
Envoy J. Gill.
St KUts and Jamaica Street
11:00 Harness Meeting.
3:00 St nday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
COLON CENTRAL
Senior ( npt and Mrs. C Moonsawmy.
14th Street Phone: 38-743

Union Churches
tfhere all Protestann eaoparate
aaity in essentials, liberty ta

easea tills and charity ta al)

THE ATLANTIC SIDE
GATUN
Rev. Ray Blakely, Pastor
Phone 5-355
3:45 Church School.
11:00 Warship .Service.
5:45 p.m. Sr. Youth Fellowship
6:00 p.m Jr. Youth Fellowship.
MARGARITA
The Rav. Paul H W Olander Pastor.
Phone 3-lM.
8:30 Bible School.
18:45 Worship arvlce and Church-tlmr
nursery.
640 Youth Fellowship
THB PACIFIC SIDE
BALBOA
The Ktv Oscar W. Olscn Pastoi
Balboa Rd. at Ban Pablo St
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 2-3236.
8 30 Church School Free bus service
Parsonage Discussion Group.
10:30 Worship Service The Expanded
Session for Nursery. Kindergarten
Primary and Junior Depts!
Church-time Nursery for children
under 3.
1:00 Junior-High Fellowship.
6:00 Post-High Fellowship.
7:00 Senior-High Fellowship

1 CAMBOA

Rev: Winter M. Alderfon, Minister

Office Telepones 6-470; Residence

Teiepnone e-190.
Sunday Services:
t:30 a.m. Church School Assembly
8:40 a.m. Class Sessions.

10:15 a m. Service of Worship for chil

dren, young people and adults
Calendar of Meetings:
2d Tuesday Vesoer Circle it 7:30 n m

2d Wednesday Mary Bartlett Circle at

W.3U a m..

3d Tuesday Church Council at 740

p.m.

M Wednesday women's Auxiliary at
B:30 a.m.
4th Monday Officers and Teachers at

law pm

17:00 to a: DO pjn. xnursoays neiore 1 irsi

Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta

tions of th Cross: Friday 7:00 P.m.

Catechism Class: Attar 840 mass on

Sunday
Convert Class: 6:30 p.m. Tueday and

Thursday.

ST. THERESA'S CocoB 1

Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.

Holv Dav Mass: 6:00 am (It R tails

on Saturday-! :80 fc.m.)
Catechiam Class: 3:30 to 5:00 pm on
Monday.

Confessions: s:uo 10 B:ao a.m. aunaay.

ST. JOHN BAPTIST DR LA SALLB

Psrque Lelevr
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m
Week Davs Mass: 8:30 Mon.. Thurs

Frl. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.

Holy Day Masses: :uu am to e:uu

I p.m.

conressions: ian :av ano ia u

8:00 p.m. on Saturday

Miraculous Meaai wovena: moay imu

p.m

, COROZAL
thapel of The Good Shepherd
VCl.r.nc. W. Hayes,
FRIDAYS ttimt
8:00 a m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday aach Month).

Mtc Abtgfc, atP, Sunday acnooi
i:M p.m

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 n.m. and

Sundays l 4.00 om. Wlri Memorial

sue BaiBua txoaa, Balboa.

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAI SAINTS (Mormon)

Sunday raeetlnas la the LDS Chanel

ton BaiDoa noaa.

Sunday School I:M a.m
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 a.m
Sacrament Meeting 6:00 p.m
Primary: Thursday ........ 2:00 p.m.
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4327.

SAMBO A

St. Simon'! Chutes

Atlantic Breach
Building 200, Sehonlhouse Road.
Gatun, Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2887
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Sec Secernent
ernent Secernent Meeting 6:30 p.m Prieshood
Meeting : p.m. Wednesday Prtnary

Ing 1

wOTm Chars, TlVo

Euchsrlst and Ssr-
erfMxri

Muiuui 1:00 pm
XDiscotnl Yonne nhnr.km .no

Kv.n.. ..i 7.z r

. -"" MAI SWUIDQ

nun

Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Convert Class: Monday 740 p.m.

ST. THERESrS La

Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 740 p.m

Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..

aiei insm v.i o p... vm
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm on

I SVirfa v

Convert viasai ew pm ouj

J .An

NDAYS. TUMnavi.

and FRIDAYS

Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion .'. I'M am
Evening Prayer 7:00 pm
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7 so nn.

WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS

noiy communion 7:00 a.m
Morning Prayer 3:00 a.m.
Evening Praver 7 no

SATURDAYS

FamUy Eucharist 8.30 a.m.
Office of Compline 3:00 pm
LA BOCA

St Peter's I'hnrrh

SUNDAYS rfM Cn,r' 7:30 JIV

Morning Prayer and Church Masai HaUbet Christian Chi
School 3 :00 i.m PanamS R P

Confirmation Class 3:30 a.m Rt lav. T. Jam D. D

unorai eucnarist and Ser- officiating
mon 10:30 a.m Moraine devntin et asm a as

Holy Baptism 12:00 noon Fellowship Worshia M 11:00 am
Evensong end Address .... 7:30 n.m. Sunday School at i-ot

3rd MONDAYS Jrvtaa Service at 740 om.

CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Miltaa K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7118 Of. M-51M
Sunday School 3:30 a. m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 o.m

levelling Worship 7:00 p.m.

rrayer ana rrsise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey Is provided for your

use,
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
isth st Wast No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at i ran am

Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursdays

ao am
Sacrament of Unction (Heeiln See.

flee) First Sunday of each month at

FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass
Sunday Masses ;....8:M A
Confessions. Saturday ...6.30 A
uay 340

FORT CLAYTON
T. 11 w V

Sunday Masses 7:45 A
Confessions, Saturday ...740 A
Sunday Mass

FORT KOBBI

Saturday

aunaay
Spanish

COROZAL
Daily Mass

HO. 711)

6:30
8:00
7:30
8:00

6:45
8:00
840

.740 A

8:00

3:00
8:00
8411

7 00 A 340

Confessions.' 'Saturday (Building

ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses 7:43 A
Spanish
Novena Services-Tuesdsy
Confessions-Saturday
0.S, NAVAL STATION. Rodman

uauy ft
Sunday

Jewish

FORT KOBBE

Saturday ....

ALBROOK AIR FORCE RASH
Saturday
USO-jwb (Balboa)
Mday ..i .,

8:00
7:00
12:00
7:00

7:00

7:00

4:00
3:30

2:00

ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant

340

740

FORT DAVIS

aunday school 3:45
Morning Worship lloo
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 740

FORT GULICK

Sunday School

3:45
11:00
6:00

3:30

7:38
11 :M

ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S Ceiea

ndflv

Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 am

nrt 5:45 n.m.

Confessions: BSturasy :w w a:ov ano

7:00 to x-no o.m.

Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesdiy

6:15 ind 7:00 o.m.

Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m
Sunday F.veninff Services 7:00 O.m.

Convert Class: 7:15 pm on Mondays

and Thursdays.

Catechism Class: Sunday io:i a.m. to

11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:oo o.m.

First Friday Exposition of Most Bless

ed Sacrament all day. Reposition st 5:30

a.m. Saturday morning.

First Saturday Devotions to our Lady

of Fatima The Hot Ross ry 3:00 a.m

ursi communion instructions for cnn

dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to

7:00 o.m

MIRACULOUS MKTIAL Crist Aha I

Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 end 1040 a.m.

Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and

5:15 p.m.

confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 3:00 and

7 :uo to s :o p m. After Kosary each eve

ntng.

Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:13 and

7:00 p.m. on Monday

catechism Class: After 3:00 Mass on

Sunday.

First Friday Exmwltlon si) day durlne

me ocnooi i ear.

First Saturday: Mass at 840 am.

HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita

aunaay masses: v::io, s:3U, 11:30 am

Methodist

ma Mt.THOOW'1 CHURCb
(BritKh Conference
Rev. William H Armstrong
Uth St. Panama City
1:00 am Morning Privet end Sternum
1:00 pm Sunday School
7:15 o.m Bvantns Praver ano Sermon
TRINITY MKTHOD1S1 CHURCH
7th Street and hUlAndas Avenue

First Saturday Mass: 6:00 a m
Weekday Masses: 8:00 s.m

saturdsy ... 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 s.m. 5:15 p.m
Confession ... 3:45 p.m. te 4:45 pjn

every monasy.
Parish Family Rosary and

Benediction 740 pjn
every Wednesday.

Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p.m.

every rnaay.

1st Friday Devotions ... 7:00 p.m
1st Saturday Devotions .. 7:00 p.m

ST VINCENTS Rilnhnw City

Sunday Missess: 640 a.m. and 840

A

Holy Day Maassst 040 am and 4:00

P.m.

conressions: 4:00 te 8:00 and 7 -on t.

a.uu pjn. aaiurasy.

catecnism Class: 10:45 a.m. en Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00

Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 an nn

on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7 -no mm.

Friday

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -Gato-Sunday
Mass: 3:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 o.m
Confessions: 640 to 7:00 n m mm a...

uraay.

Woman's Auxiliary 740am

THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 340 s.m
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew,
Priest ta Charge
SUNDAYS

7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
3:45 a.m. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month, Holy Communion.

6:00 p.m. Vespers end Young People

reuowsnip.
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
PALO BRCO
Chapel of The Rely Comforter
Yen. L. R. Shirley. Priest ta Charge

WEDNESDAYS

8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAIBO
St. Alban's Chareh

Th Rev. David A Osborne.
Priest In Charge

The Rev. Allan R. Wentt.

SUNDA

8:00 a. in Choral Eucharist A

8:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 i.m. Church School
(held in Building 131)
5.-00 o.m. Youth Fellowship
7 00 int. Evensong and Address

2nd snd 4th WEDNESDAYS

7.30 Din Woman s Auxiliary and Al Al-tar
tar Al-tar Guild Meeting.

BAHJt! CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street

Urban In el on El Carmen, Psnama City

Informal Talks and Discussion
Thursdays 140 pm
Ceiea. 8th A Front Streets
(aastahrs American Baissr)

Study Classes

.Thursdays, 748 om

Morning Worshin

Youth Fellowship. Sunday

U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo

aunaay scnool ,,
Dally Mass C.'.
Morning Worship

Catholte
Sunday Mass '. ,
Confessions, Sunday g 45

rORTOIJUCK,

Dauy Mass
Runday Mast
Spanish ..;
Confessions, Saturday ...6:00 A

748
7:45
8:45
7:00

Should declarer take the ace of
spades at the first trick in to today's
day's today's hand? If he does, he will
lose his game contract.

if declarer takes tht ace of

spades and leads trumps, the op

ponents win take the ace of hearts

and cash two more SDi.de tricks

They will then take the ace of

diamonds to defeat the contract.
If declarer takes the ace of spades
a.id returns another spade in
the hope of ruffing in the dummv.

the opponents will take the ace

of trumps themselves and then
cash a spade trick and the ace
of diamonds.

South cannot gain by taking the

ace of spades and running the
clubs immediately. West will ruff

tne tnird round of clubs with

useless trump. In short, there is

no way mat South can gain
against good defense if he takes
the ace of spades at the first

trick.

Ihe case is auite different if

South refuses the first trick. If

ine defenders switch to trumps
declarer still has the ace of spades
to control that suit. If the defend.

ers, instead, lead a second spade,
South can net to his hand with

the king of clubs in order t ruff

ms miro spade in the dummy.
It is then easy to draw trumps

au give up just one trick to each
of the rd aces.

0 .:?Ay,AL WATIOH. Coca Sola

Suniiiy Mm 1

Sunday Miss 7;30

Jewish

FORT GULICK

Tuesday

..... till

Seventh Day
Adventist

Weekly Sarvleaa

follow

all Churches a

BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiso, CZ.
Rev Waldsba H Stewart. Paster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.

j:m p.m. Sunday scnool.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choir Rehaaraal.

i Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary Society.

THE CHURCH Of GOD

IMS Eighth Street Colin
Rev. G. W. Grandiaon. Paster
Sunday Schol 840 ana

Morning Worship 1040 a.m

service

Night :

740 p.m

FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
Rainbow City, Canal Zona
Rev. G. W. Crandisan Pastor

Morning Worship 3:00 am
Sunday School 10:30 a m.
Night Service 740 pm.

PANAMA CITY

St Paul's Chareh

Li

emnel B Shirley, Recto

Fits B Atwell

The Yen

The Rev

SUNDA VL.

6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
3'00 a.m Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 a ni Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 nvrr Holy Baptism
7:00 i..m Solemn Vespers

TUESDAYS

8:30 a.m Holy Communinn

WEDNESDAYS

6:00 m Holy Communion
7:00 n.m. Evenlns Prav-r

THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS

8:30 I m. Holv Communion

HOLY DAYS

00 a.m. Holy Communion.

CHRIST CHURCH RY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon, R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington i

The Rev. James peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A Hlahe. Assistant

SUNDAYS

6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:40 a.m. Morn ins Praver.

840 a.m. Choral Eucharist fflaf 2r-sjvtA-i

10:30 .m. Church School.

7:30 p.m. solemn Eveiwoni and Ser

mon.
WEDNESDAYS

6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evening Praver and Sermon

8:30 p.m. Adult! Confirmation Clasa

THUHSDATS
:00 pjn Evening Prayer and Medita

tion.
FRIDAV

:00 a m. Children's Eucharist.

SATURDAY

10:00 a m Junior Confirmation ria-

THB CHURCH OP GOD
New Providence
Mr. Maude Mlnaa. Plata

Sunday School 10:00 a m

Morning Worsh Id 11:00 a m

Night Service 740 p.m

THE CHURCH OP OOD
Panama City
Cor. "N" and Mariana Arosemeaa St
Rev. Witt. J. Johnson Pailar

Sunday School 3:30 a.m

Morning Worshin 10:30 a m.

Night Service 740 pm

THE CHURCH OF GOD Rle Aaafa
Monte Oscars Rd. 16th St
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 8:30 s.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service 740 o m

CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev B E. Watson. Overseer
Phone 6-428 Box 253. Gamboa

Churches at Paraiso. CZ (Rev inn

sirs Herman G Whyte) Colon R.P

(Rev Fernando Lorence). Rle Abajo

nev. ana Mrs. cnariM sivnai ti

Citiya (Rev and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday snd weekday service at all

churches

COMMUNITY CHURCH
Dliblo Heights. CZ
(Pull tfosoel)

RATURDAY:

aebbath School 8:30 am
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meatina 4-11 m

Pacific Side Panaaad A r.ikm. nt..-i..

Pastor W. H. WsllarTl !!C S iSU

Caba Verde, Ave. J. F. ds la Ossa No

s-e
ChorriDo 25th No. 27

J"Jo Nuevo 3-A St between 3rd

mmm ui aim.
Rio Abaio 11th St. Na. f?

Balboa Chanel ASIA :.,.,!. b. -,

oaiuroav on vt

Spanish Churches Panaml aad
Cristoasls Dlstrlrt

Pastor Ruben Ruiz

Panama, Calle Darlen No. 3
Cristobal, 16th A Bolivar Ave.

uamooa at rnjoles
District Pastor A A. Grlsxl
Tel. No. 6-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frijole.

Atlantic Side Colin aad

Cristobal District

Psstor Neblett Tel. 38:826

Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. CrlatA.

ami iotn at isoiivir Ave.

central office: Gavllan Road Tel. 2-

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CURUNDU PROTESTANT
CHURCH

You are cordially invited to
WORDSHIP SUNDAY at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MARGARITA
Margarita Avenue at 5th St.

After Reverend Fred F. Roth

9:45 a.m. Sunday School 4
11:00 a.m. Wordghijj Service
Sermont "Fighting the Devil One"
6:30 p.m. Baptist Training J union
7:30 p.m. Evening Wordship

Sermon: "The Fill inn Flow"

A

if

A nursery is provided

SILVERWARE

iewish

Wadedeld

Kirk King

Old Merylend Ingreved

Jewtt-i welters Board Rid. 7J2-X La

Boca Koa. 1 Balboa. CZ Rrbbi Nathan

niiKin 1 1. rector.

Servw Friday 140 o.m Saturday

-n. pill

isee 'so listings of Jewish services

-tmvm oases ina sisiionsi.

Consitaation Knl Shiarlth i.r..i i.m

nlda C'lhi and 36th Street. Bella Vi.t. I

D.Ha.i r:t aa a .. J

Lutheran

Rev Carl V Thompson, Minister
Box 27.1, Gamboa, CZ.
Phone 6-817

RRRDRBfER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wleht fltraat

Rev Robert F Gussick, Pastor
PO. Box 666. Balboa

Sunday School, Bible class 8:OU am.

ujvme service to:i a.m.

utvlne Service at Margarita (in St.
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
o.m

Each Kirk Sterling pattern is distinguished
lot weight, perfect balance and matchless crafts crafts-niansnip
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DIRECT CANAL ZONE DELIVERY

Catechism Class: 40 p.m. on Monday 7;30 p.m. Compline Medlta

Special Engineers Bldg.. Diablo Heights
Sunday School 8:45 i m
Worshin Service 10:45 a m
Youth Service 7:00 p.m
Evsniellltle Servica l lfl .m

Wed. Bible Study at Praver 740 o nv

CUT-RATI PINI
MASSENA. N. Y.-(UP)-Twen

ty-one year old Clifford R. Yea-

ger got a cut rate on his traffic

fine in police court here. Yeaeer.

fined S10 as a.i unlicensed driver,
dug into his pocket; and came up
20-cents short of the sum. Jus Justice
tice Justice Robert La -Plante accepted
the $9.80 and released him.

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TRDAY. NOTEM1SI
Social and Otli
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aetuKft Tirr GAVEL Miss Rita Goulet outgoing president of the Isthmian Nurae Asso Asso-EtfKath
EtfKath Asso-EtfKath rMltonersuTOeiior Mrs. Mary Hummel (right), following the letter's
eSSnPafpreKent?i tt AssoSn at the Nurses' Convention held at the Hotel "livoU
Wednesday night.

ENTERTAINMENTS ELANNED FOR US ,AMRASSADOR
48 ECUADOR AND WIPE HERE ON BRIEF VISIT
Manv aocUI engagements have been planned for U.S.
MAjnKdor to Ecuador, Christian M Ravdal and Mr.. Raj Raj-dE
dE Raj-dE who arrived in the Canal mW Tlsit
n their way to their new post In Amerm..
During their stay here, the Ambassador and his famUy
will bo the gnests of Maj Gen. Louto T. Heath and Mrs.
Heath at their quarters at Quarry Heights.

Among the social engagements
planned for Ambassador R a v n n-dal's
dal's n-dal's visit will be a luncheon in
his honor at noon today given by
Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison,
Commander in Chief of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command, and Mrs. Harn Harn-on
on Harn-on at Quarters 1, Quarry Heights.
This evening, Gen. and Mrs. Heath
will hold a dinner party for t h e
Ambassador. On Sunday, the Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador and his wife win have
lunch at the U. S. Embassy resi residence
dence residence in Panama.
Ambassador and Mrs. Bawsdal
wUl depart from Tocumen airport
for? Quito, Ecuador early Monday
j, pan American World' Airways.
"Mr. And Mrs. Caller
Givt Farewell Dinner
Par Mr. And Mrs. Rambo
M,- onrl Mrs Harrv Casler gSVC

i dinner party last night m honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Rambo,

who will be leaving shortly, for

a new post in wasningion.
m Ttomhn is the Public Infor

mation Officer for the U. S. Em

bassy in Panama.

Mrs. R. K. Morris
Back From States
Mrs. R. K. Morris cut short her
4: tka ctotc and return-

ed immediately upon learning that

her husbana nao oeen mjuieu

an automobile acciaem, nere. sut
is at bet home in Bella Vista.

Nurses' Election
Take Plaea At Tlvoll ;
The Fern Room of the Hotel Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli was filled to capacity Wednes

day night when the Annual Con

vention of the lstnmian iwses

m To the Members of the
HOTEL & PANAMA CABANA CLUB
We regret to announce that the Swimming Pool will
be closed for repairs from Monday, November 12 for
a few days (Until further notice).

A Kirkeby Hotel

Association took place in the form
of a dinner meeting.

Election of officers brought the'

following results.

Mrs. Mary Hummer b e a m e.

president; Mrs. Mary Ausnehmer.

1st Vice president; Mrs. Kathryn

mc wamee, 2nd vice president,

Mrs. Martha Goodwin, treasurer.

Mrs. Mary, Phelan secretary. Vot

ed as members of the board of di

rectors were outgoing president

Miss Hita Goulet and Miss Cecilia
Wensing.

Plans for Nurses' Week which

will start Monday were discussed,
and the members were reminded
of the autographing party, which
the organization is giving for three

of its members Mesdames Henri

Skene, Adeia De Vore and Evelyn
Koperski who are the authors of
the new children's book, "Dede

ueu er roams uut.

Mr. And Mrs. R
Announce Arrival
Of Baby Daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edward
Ress of Lacona announce the birth

of a baby daughter last Saturday

at Gorgas Hospital. The baby has
been named Laurene Elizabeth.
Mrs. Ress is the former Miss
Helen Hasemann of Balba.

Maternaf grandparents of the
new girl are Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Hasemann of Balboa. Paternal

grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Henry Ress of Central City, Colo
rado.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 9)

lack notice lot inclusion in rfcis
teUvu should be euemitteel in
typo-written form anal mailed to one
of tko bos numbers lifted daily in
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices of
meeting! cannot he accepted by
telephone.
Book Review Group
Of CZ College Club
The Book Review Group -of the
Canal Zone College Club will meet
at 9:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 15 at
the the home of Mrs. William Al Allien,
lien, Allien, 1847.C, 15th Naval District
(directly on the Canal front) Mrs.
Herbert C. Bathman will assist
Mrs. Allen.
Mrs. Neil V. Branstetter will re review
view review The Nun's Story by Kathryn
Hulme.

Mooting Changed For
Balboa Woman's Club
Arts And Crafts
The meeting scheduled by the
Arts and Crafts Group of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Woman's Club for Nov. 12 has
been postponed to Nov. 19. It will
take Dlace at the home of Mrs.

Helen Wentworth on San Juan

Place in Ancon. All new and regu regular
lar regular members are urged to attend.
The time is 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Army General Says

Atomic Weapons
To Widen War Fronts

WASHINGTON (AFPS) The

massed firepower and destruc destruc-tiveness
tiveness destruc-tiveness of atomic weapons will

make wide dispersal of troops in

greauy extended fighting fronts
necessary in future wars, ac according
cording according to Lt. Gen. C D. Eddie-man,

"This Is not a new phenome phenomenon;
non; phenomenon; the battlefield has been ex expanding
panding expanding ithroughout the history
of war. In proportion to. the in increased
creased increased range and lethality of
firepower and Increased
speed with which forces could
move," Gen. Eddleman, depqty
chief of staff for military oper operations,
ations, operations, explained in addressing
a recent meeting here7 of the As Association
sociation Association of the United States
Army.

With the advent of nuclear

weapons, thi problems of dis dispersal
persal dispersal cannot be solved by the
simple device of extending the
interview between men, he said.

"Organizations, deployments,
and tadtics are required which
allow comparatively small, self self-contained,
contained, self-contained, combined arms units
with great firepower and mobil mobility
ity mobility to operate aeml-lndependent-ly
on a fluid, dispersed battle

field," Gen. Eddleman told the
1500 association members at

their second annual Convention.
For the present, the Army be believes
lieves believes this basic tactical force
should be a battalion-size unit,
Gen. Eddleman declared, ex explaining
plaining explaining that It may be necessa necessary
ry necessary ito disperse to smaller units
"as the atomic stockpile of our
potential enemies increases."

HbMHP SnflggBg gV I
gal fflixl LsssS' I

NEW OFFICERS FOR ISTHMIAN NURSES Shown fololwlng their election are new officers for the Isthmian Nurses' Asso Association:
ciation: Association: from left to right. Mrs. Martha Goodwin, Miss Rita Goulet (past president), member of the board of directors; Mrs.
Mary Ausnehmer, 1st vice-president; Miss Cecilia Wensing, member of the board of directors, and Mrs. Mary Hummel, presi president.
dent. president. Not shown are Mrs. Kathryn Mc Namee, 2nd vice-president, and Mrs. Mary Phelan, treasurer.

MacArthur Going
To Philppines
As Ambassador!

MANILA, Nov. 10 (UP)-Pres-ident
Ramon Maqsaysay may
request the appointment of Oon.

Douglas MacArthur as. United

States ambassador to the Phi Philippines,
lippines, Philippines, it was reported here to today.
day. today.
V
Sources close to President Mag Mag-saysay
saysay Mag-saysay told United Press the Phi Philippines
lippines Philippines chief executive was seri seriously
ously seriously considering making such a
request.
The former ambassador to the
Philippines, popular Spanish Spanish-spoaklng
spoaklng Spanish-spoaklng Albert, F. Nufor, died
unexpectedly inj Manila last
Tuesday. His body was flown to today
day today to Havana, Cuba, for burial.
Reports of MacArthur's possible
appointment as ambassador were
widely circulated in Manila today.

According to sources which in

the past have proved reliable Mag-
saysay considered MacArthur as

a logical choice for ambassador

for two reasons:
1 He is experienced in Japa Japanese
nese Japanese as well as Filipino affairs
and would be in a position to aid
the Philippines in settling repara reparations
tions reparations questions with Japan.
2 No living American com commanded
manded commanded more respect tham Mac-

Arthur among the Filipino people.

GOP's Knowland Says Neither Party
Will Have Own Way In 85th Congress

ANNOUNCEMENT
New Ballroom Dance classes
for teenagers and pre-teens
will be held Jan. 3rd for
Atlantic Side and Jan. 5th
for Pacific Side for regis
tration and information
, IAIIOA 1-421.

34

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fatigue, inhale
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 (UP)
Senate Republican Leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland said today that
neither the Republicans nor Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats can expect to have their

own way in the new Democratically-controlled
85th Congress.
He noted that the Democrats
will control the new Senate by a
vote of 49 to 47 the same majori majority
ty majority they held in the last Congress
and the House by a somewhat
more substantial majority.
He declined to speculate why
the Republicans farted to win con

trol of Congress while President

Eisenhower was defeating nis
Democratic opponent, Adlai E.
Stevenson, by one of the biggest
landslides in history.
But he indicated he does not

believe the Democrats automatic
ally will be able to say what bills

do, or do not, go through me
House and Senate.

Knowland said that in the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, at least, the Democratic
morcrin "i so narrow that there

is going to have to be coordirta-

tlon Dctween xne leauersmp iu i

anything done.

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conpoted of eqetl parti i of pure sotshle
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maltose and dentoac) 'added solelr to
protect the 4aow.

'Rolling Along '56'

To Bo Shown Nov. 16

At Clayton Theater
Mt. Prlrlav Nov. 16. at 7:30

p.m. the curtain will rise at the

Port Clayton ineaier lor w
fivct ranpi 7.one showing of

"Rolling Along 1956."

Tne iasi moving io-muiu
soldier show represents the tops
in soldier entertainment and is
a worthy successor to last year's
"Rolling Along" which gave a
total of 76 performance for 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 troops in the overseas area.
avii nt fh on nerformers are

f
command winners and many or

them scored top nonora in wic
grand finals of the 1956 All-Army
entertainment contest at Ft.
Dix, N.J., June 9-11, 1956, subse subsequently
quently subsequently appearing on the Ed
Sullivan Show" a week later.

Aflter openine at Fort Clayton

tv, tvniine wu armear hi run

Gulick: the following night, Sat Sat-rHoi7
rHoi7 Sat-rHoi7 Nnv n and on Sunday

afternoon, Nov. 18, they will ap

pear at Fort Kobbe.
On the night of Nov. 19,
"Rolling Along" will be staged
ait Albrook AFB.
Tuesday morning they will fly
. Puerto Rico and will olav at

Fort Buchanan that night Nov.

20.

All evening performances will will-begin
begin will-begin at 7:30 p.m. and the Fort
Kobbe matinee will start ait 1:30
p.m.
The fast moving revue is a
brilliantly staged and costumed
soldier show paced with produc production
tion production number, musical, instru instrumental
mental instrumental and novelty specialties.
Pollsters Did OK;
But Ike Beat 'Em
NEW YORK, Nov. 10 (UP)-The
public opinion pollsters, burned in
1948 and running scared in 1952,
let themselves go and came close
to hitting the presidential vot on
the nose this week.
The last pre-election Gallun poll
published showed President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower with 59.5 per cent of the
popular vote to 40.5 per cent for
Adlai E. Stevenson.
Elmo Roper showed a 57 per
cent "Eisenhower vote to a,38 per
cent Stevenson vote, with 5 per
cent undecided at last polling.
Today the returns showed. Mr.
Eisenhower with 61.2 oer cent of
the popular vote and Ste'eesjeeeV
with 38.8.

As for relations between Mr.
Eisenhower and the Democratic

Congress, he said, "the govern government
ment government is going to function the
situatiun may be unprecedented in
our time, but we're going to have
to liva with it."

Knowland expressed belief that

Congress will function "pretty

much as it has in the past two

years when the Democrats held

majorities about equal to those
they will hold when Congress re

convenes on Jan. 3.

In the last Coneress. th Demn.

crats generally went along with
Mr. Eisenhower on foreign policy.
Major GOP Democratic clashes
have been over tax legislation,
farm prices and otheiv domestic

issues.

But Mr. Eisenhower' nersonal

Drestiee. rnhnnreri hv. th tr.

mendous populafTTotebe receivedi

wn auesaay, may encourage Bi Bipartisan
partisan Bipartisan cooperation on his : new
domestic legislative nroersm. at

least in the first few months of

the next session.

With less than two oer cent of

the nation's voting precincts 'still
unreported, the latest United

Press tabulation of last Tuesday's

election gave Mr. Eisenhower 34.-

784,eei votes to Stevenson's 25,-

4W.169.

The Democrats' narrow 49-47
margin in the Senate was con

firmed by the concession of Senate

Democratic whip Earle C. Clem

ents of Kentucky. He was defeated

tor re -erection by Republican

inruston jj. Morton.

Clements said in a statement

that even though absentee ballots
have not been counted and offici officials
als officials returns are still unavailable
"it appears from the reports I
now have that I have not been

re-elected.

Clements' defeat will force a

shakeup in the Democratic high

command in the Senate. As party

whip, the Kentuckian acted as the

No. 2 man to Sen. Lyndon B

Johnson of Texas. Johnson was
expected to have the major voice
in the selection of Clements' sue

cessor.

Among those mentioned for the

post were A. S. Mike Monroney
of Oklahoma, George A. Smathers
of Florida,. Robert S. Kerr of Okla

homa, Mike Mansfield of Mon

tana, Albert Gore of Tennessee,
and Alan Bible of Nevada.

Senate Republicans also must

choose a successor to Sen. Eugene

Millikin of Colorado as chairman

of the Conference of Republican

Senators. Millikin, who served 14
the powerful post for 10 years, re re-tired
tired re-tired because of ill health.
In the House in losrU-.M-

, UCHU
problems appear evident. It was

expected mac apeager sam Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn and Rep. John W. McCor McCor-mick
mick McCor-mick of Massachusetts would con con-tinue
tinue con-tinue to lead the Democrats, and
Ren. .Tnsenh W Mor. kZ a

Massachusetts, the Republicans.

r-anama Una

Sailings
XT a aieea AaaV C rTIl I t

a. inaicner, only living
member of the Isthmian C a n al
I nramieoiAn U. .li l. ii

aUhetoth mty
celebration of the Tivoli Guat
Houfie Nov. 15. was amonithe 63
passengers scheduled to sail rom

v UIi yeeray aiternoon a a-board
board a-board the Panama liner Cristobal

iur me v,anai zne. He is accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Thatcher.
Twenty seven passengers were
booked to sail nn thai ah in fn

Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Max Arnstein; Dr. and Mrs. An.
gusto S. Boyd, Augusto S. Bovd,
Jr.; Miss Maruca R. Boyd; Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Y. Bunder, and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Claude S.
Campbell; Mr. and Mrs. Joei li.
Cook; W. Dillemuth; Mrs. Dora
Boyd Eleta; Miss Sandra Eleta;
Mrs. Florence Fischer; Mr. ana
Mrs. Hector M. Grant; Miss Gret'
chen Grosenbeck; Mr. and Mre.
G. de la Guardia; Mrs. Mildred
Hughes; Emil Lattmann; Mist
Lucille Levy; Mrs. Mary G. LW LW-inston
inston LW-inston and 2 children, and
John P. McGoff; Mr. and Mrs.
William N. McLeod Jr.,; Frank
Mu'vaney; Mr. ana Mrs. Timothy
J. Noonan; Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Plotiuck Miss Madeline M. Posa
er; H. Reymers; Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Samuels; Mrs. Nazel Sair Sair-donelli;
donelli; Sair-donelli; Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Schwartz; Mr. and Mm. John P.
Shannon: Mr. and Mrs. Percy C.
Shaw; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Shipman; Dr. and Mrs. Evganie
P. Shlrokov: Mr. and Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Studwell; Mr. and Mrs. Nor Norman
man Norman A. Terry; Mr. and Mrs. Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Thatch r; Denis A. ThopSOfli
Mr. and Mrs. G. Trombetta; Miss
Anna Von Twistern: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wagner and Leo A.
Walsh.

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MTTOBAY, NOVEMBEfi II. 191

Social and Otli

I Campus Mm Jockey
Miss Alison Davidson, daughter
ef Mr. and Mrs. "Stuart Row Da Davidson,
vidson, Davidson, who is attending the Uni University
versity University of Rhode Island, has
pledged Sigma Kappa Sorority.
She is a disc jockey on the cani caning
ng caning radio station, aod has her own
program every Monday night.

Card roust
Inlaws Afte

The Cord Group of the Balboa
Wo man's Club met on Thursday
at the Win Memorial. Mrs. Louise
Merchant, Mrs. Jacobs Joustra
and Mrs. Blanche Schilling were
hostesses and desert, coffee and
cards were enjoyed.
Tha following members and
their guests attended: The mes-

erwiSe

don. ti nut J

dames Mary Aaanesen, Mary Rup Rup-pet,
pet, Rup-pet, Ruth Bourgeois, Ruth Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, Maya Nordeng. Kay Daniels
Edith Brown. Dorothy Allen. Phil

Super, Juanda Pennington, Anges
Hearon, Leona Saarinen, Ruth
Bathman, Claire Irwin. Grattico
Otten, Martha Hamilton, Blanche
schilling, Florence Klipper, Blanch
Wright, Elizabeth Bates, ee Bates,
Helen Childress, Edith E p p 1 e y,
Glensle Mashburn, Molly Johnson,
Ruth Kongable, Gloria Btown,
Lee Benson. Susanna Kotalik, Lib Lib-by
by Lib-by Lacy, Mary Days, Maude
CHnchard, Louise Merchant, Jaco Jaco-ba
ba Jaco-ba Joustra and Emily Bolton.
The next meetine will be held on

Not. 29 at which time Mrs. Leona
Saarinen and Mrs. Agnes Hearon
will be hostesses.

U.S. Military Authorities Doubt
Sovieb Plan World War At Present

WASHINGTON, NOT. S-(UP)
U.S. military; authorities, are
Jrahkiy concerned aboaut recent
warlike- motes by Russia, but
they doubt the Soviets Intend to
turn OtO present international
crisis into world war in.
These authorities cited two
major points to support their
doubt: -Jthe Reds apparently
have refrained from poising
their long-range air force at
forward bases from which- the
United states could be reached
or from making other gestures
with their big bombers.

A breakdown in the Soviet
satellite system is the most se serious'
rious' serious' problem facing the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin now, and military maneuvers
most probably are alined at de deterring
terring deterring further uprisings in

eastern Europe.

Military men emphasized no
one can be certain at this stage
of Russia's intentions. U.S. de

fense chiefs, therefore, are on

guard against the worst.

Oil Rationing Eyed,
Restrictions Are Up
In 'Some' Countries

LONDON, Nov. 10 (UP)- The

Middle East crisis threatened oil

rationing for western Europe to
da.

Britain. France, Northern Ire

land and Denmark ordered

restrictions on petroleum, conT

aumpuon io conserve supplies
Other nations checked their re

serves and gauged the prospects
for obtaining new stocks.
Saudi Arabia announced it was
shutting off the flow of oil to
Britai. The blockage of the Suez

Canal, forcing tankers to take the
longer route a r on n d Africa,
slowed shipments from other Mid Middle
dle Middle East suppliers and reduced

the amount that could be deiiv
ered to Europe.

Britain, announcing a 10 per

coat out in deliveries to oil con consumers
sumers consumers yesterday, labelled it a

"precautionary measure." But the
government warned that atcual
rationing will be ordered if users

do not cut down voluntarily their
consumption of gasoline and oil.
A 1 per cent reduction in motor
fuel also went into effect in
Northern Ireland today. France
imposed restrictions on the use
ef automobiles, an ad Denmark
ordered voluntary rationing.
The Netherlands, although see seeing
ing seeing no immediate need for restric restrictions,
tions, restrictions, printed rationing cards for
use if ueeded.
In Spain, where many trucks
are idled by a shortage, the gov government
ernment government made a plea against
bearding. The plea failed to stop
housewives from lining up with
all types of containers to buy
heme fuel oil.
Italy and Portugal started gov government
ernment government studies of their oil situa situations.

Small Businesses
May Get- Tax Break

WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 (UP)-

Jsome small businessmen may get

a tx cut In the next session of

Congress.
But there's little chance ether
taxpayers will get any tax relief
next year unless the country is
unexpectedly plunged into an eco economic
nomic economic recession.
The new Democratic Congress
early next year will launch a big
investigation into tax "loopholes."
Democratic tax writers hope the
inquiry will pave the way for a
general reduction in income tax
rates without unbalancing the
buket.
The objective Of the investiga investigation
tion investigation will be to find out whether

mougn revenue coma oP raised
through elimination of "unjustified
preferences" in tax laws to offset,
the revenue loss from a general
reduction in rates.

But the best estimate, ac according
cording according to a number of au authorities
thorities authorities consulted, 's that the
Rasslans are gearilng their
forces to put down satellite
unrest rather than to precipi precipitate
tate precipitate a general war.
Military men nevertheless are
seriously concerned by the size
of the reported Russian deploy deployment
ment deployment in Eastern Europe.
Reports from Warsaw yester yesterday
day yesterday said from 20 to 40 Russian
divisions, infantry and armor
were massing along Poland's
eastern border. There are 20-22

Russian divisions in East Ger-

Imttnv nH aHHitinnnl units Have

been crossing Poland for several
days, according to reports.
Military men said that was
a far larger force than could
be considered necessary to hold
down revolts in the satellites.
While they believed the Rus

sians were "flexing their mus muscles,"
cles," muscles," they pointed out that the
size force now mustered in East
Germany and at the Polish bor border
der border is about the maximum which
could be deployed in a swift
thrust into Western Europe.
Conceivably, one military source
said, the Russians might think
they could make such a thrust
without using atomic weapons
and that the west would thereby
b restrained from using Its own
nuclear weapons.
The source called that a "bi "bizarre
zarre "bizarre hypothesis," nolntin out

that North Atlantic Treaty de

fenses arc increasingly geared
to atomics.
While Russia has small bomb bombers
ers bombers and fighter planes which
could blanket Europe from their
present bases, its long-range air
force of big bombers would need
to be deployed to forward Rus

sian bases to attack distant tar

gets unless it were to be sent on
one-way missions. There has

been no evidence, military sourc

es said, of such moves bv the

Red bomber force.

The United States has likewise

refrained from making visible
moves with its strategic Air
Command. ....

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DOOR PRIZE FOR V. F. W. DANCE Hugh "Scotty" Linn presents W Huffman, Veterans Veterans-Day
Day Veterans-Day Dance Chairman, one of his oil painting which will be one of the Door prizes given
away at the Veterans' Day Dance at the Strangers Club tontght. There will also be other
lovely prizes donated by Colon merchants. Two orchestras will provide the music for danrlne-

Tickets are SI each and may be purchased at the door.

from 9 to 2.

Labor Claims Major
Role In Election
Of Demo Congress

US Buddy Speaks

Liz Taylor To Seek

frAiuw, Indochina, Nov. 10 (UP)i f lie
-President :gj Dinh Diem toda- I Allf ANlIf) lllVAITA

opened the first independent leeis

lature of South Viet Nam.

In his address, the pro-Ameri

can president accused Russia of

WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 (UP) displaying "the most virulent form

Union officials claimed today that
labor played a major role in elect electing
ing electing a Democratic-controlled con congress.
gress. congress. President Eisenhower swept -to
victory despite the opposition of
most of labor's too leaders. But of

30 senatorial candidates with sub

stantial backing or outright en endorsement
dorsement endorsement by the AFL-CIO, 14 won
election. And of 282 House nomin nominees
ees nominees with similar hacking, 149 were

elected, and AFL-CIO officials hop-

ea roe total would grow when all

tne returns are m.
Railroad unions backed 25 Sen

atorial nominees, of whom 17 were

elected, and 278 House nominees
of whom more than 200 were elect
ed.

John L. Lewis' United Mine

Workers Union backed eight sen

atorial nominees in coal-m i n i n g

states, oi wnom tour were elected.

and 38 House nominees of whom 34

Land possibly 35 were elected.

AFL-CIO President Georce Mea

ny said the failure of the Repub

lican r arty to win control of Con

gress was "due in large part to the

educational work of labor." At
though the AFL-CIO endorsed the

Democratic presidential ticket,
Meany said it had "concentrated

its efforts ... on the election of lib

eral progressive candidates to Con
gress."

Argentine Musical
Work Performed By
Budanesl Quartet

WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)
Alberto Ginastera's difficult

first ouartet was eiven a suoerb

performance last night by the
Budapest string quartet at the
library of Congress.
The work of the modem Ar
gentine composer was part of a
concert broadcast to leading ci cities
ties cities in the United states. Other

works on the program Included
compositions by Schuman and
Haydn.
Dr. Jose A. Mora, secretary of
the Organization of American

States (OAS) and his wife, who

aiienaea tne concert called on
the musicians durine the inter

mission to thank them nerson.

ally for contributing toward the
promotion of Latin American
works and to congratulate them
on their successful tour of South

America this summer.

Dr. Harold Snlvacke. chief of

the liberty's music division told
Mora taht the Glnastera quartet
has been lying Idle five years In
the library until the Budapest
included it in their repertory
earlier this year. He said Glnls Glnls-tera
tera Glnls-tera "Is one of Latin America's
most intelligent composers who
certainly merits greater attention."

of modern colonialism" ui Eastern

Europe.

PLUM PATIENT
SALT LAKE CITY (UP) -After
chasing neighborhood boys
out of her plum tree and telline

them she wanted the fruit for jel-

iy waning, Mrs. m. h. scnindler
got most of the stolen fruit back.
A paper sack containing plums,
left on her doorstep, carried this
note: "These are too areen. We'll

be back when they get ripe."

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Balboa HS Symphonic
Band To Appear
At Balboa Theater

The Balbtfa High School sym symphonic
phonic symphonic band under th edirection
of Victor Herr will play tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in the Balboa Theater be before
fore before the first show which starts
at 1 p.m. with the first number
at approximately 12:50 p.m.
A second performance before
the second show is planned for

3:33 p.m.

The new 55-mlllmeter feature
production "The King And I"
will be shown following the per performances
formances performances by the band.

From Mike Wilding
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 10 (UP)

mm star Elizabeth Taylor, set setting
ting setting aside previous plans for a
quick Nevada or Mexico divorce
from Michael Wilding, announced
today she will seek the decree in
California.
The raven-haired beauty had
planned to obtain a quick divorce
so she could marry 51 year old
producer Mlchaef Todd. Instead,
she said, she will file soon in San Santa
ta Santa Monica.

miss layior, a, wno received a
30-carat diamond engagement ring
from Todd, denied she and the
dynamic producer had quarreled.
Her decision to obtain a California
divorce means she cannot remar remarry
ry remarry for a year.
The actress' attorney, Bentley
Ryan, said the divorce will be "a
friendly one," adding that Miss
Taylor i' seeking a California de decree
cree decree because "It would be safer
as fr as custody of the children Is
it

Youth Convention
Set For Tomorrow
At Rainbow Cily

The semi-annual youth conven conven-ion
ion conven-ion of the Church of God will be

held at the Rainbow City Church
of God tomorrow.
The convention begins at 9 a.m.
and closes at 4 p.m. Held primarily
for the youth of the Church of God
of Panama and the Canal Zone,
the convention is open to the gen general
eral general publi with pastor Rev. George
W. Gnndie X as host. Convention
chairman is Kathleen Ellis.
The lirst service of the conven convention
tion convention H an early morning devotion devotional
al devotional service conducted by the con convention
vention convention chairman and assisted by
Rev. Grandion and the president
of ttu You Fellowship, Miss E E-thelyn
thelyn E-thelyn Brewster.
At i0:10 a.m. George Estes of
Rio Aba jo will he the chairman for
a conference to be led by Rev. Wil William
liam William C. Ellis on "Choosing Life's
Vocation." Rev. Ellis will also
speak in the 11 o'clock service on

the topic, "Answering the Call."

Nick Cameron of Colon will be the
chairman for the morning's Wor Worship
ship Worship Service.
Lunch will be served under the
direction of F.C. Ford and Charles

Coins at the church. In the after afternoon
noon afternoon Miss Brewster will preside
over the business meeting which
begins at 1:30. This wilt be follow followed
ed followed by a "ibl. quiz of which the
Rev. Wrc. J. Johnson will be the
quiz master. The quiz will be ov over
er over the first four books of the New
Testament. Prizes will be award awarded
ed awarded the first, second and third place
winners. The judges for the contest
will be Miss Daisy Burk, Rev. El Ellis
lis Ellis and Charles Goins.
Goins will be the chairman for
the closing service which will fea feature
ture feature the key speaker of the entire
convention program, the Rev. Ray
Blakely, pastor of the Gatun Union
Church and president of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Religious Workers' Federa Federation!
tion! Federation! Registration beings at 9 a.m.
concerned."
The couple, married in 1952 and
separated July 17 of this year, are
the parents of two sons, Michael'
Howard, 3Va, and ChristopTfer Ed Edward,
ward, Edward, iVa. The actress formerly,
was married to hotel heir Nicky
Hilton.

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8:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
Teaching God's Word
11:80 MORNING WORSHIP
Preaching God's Word
"The Holy of Holies"
6:00 YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
Two Groups Grades
5, 8, 7 Grades 8, 12

1:30 EVENING GOSPEL
HOUR
"When Others Look
Tp You."

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MISS FLORA HARTE, daughter" of Mr and Mrs. Neville Aj
Harte of Margarita, has completed her AF basic airman indocJ
trination course at Lackland Air Fores Base. She is now at
tending classes at Keesler Air Force Base, where she is study
ing "Air Operation Procedure." Flora graduated from Crlstoba.
High School with the class of '56.

Nov. 12
Family Shopping day
Records
What an assortment!

1 Via Espafia

Plan to Attend Church this Sunday
at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA, ViEICHTS, C. Z.
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL Class for all ages
10:4O"WORKING WITH FAILURES
"Children's Chapel" Robert L. Snydar
6:30 B.T.U. Training In Christian Living J
7:30 CONFIDENCE AT CHRIST'S COMING
Pastor. W. H. B.tby Preaching
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED-

THE SAVINGS BANK
Imtitution Guaranteed by the State
Piys 2 Interest Auually on Savinft Accweti I
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans With guarantees on first mortgages ;
or other securities.
25c.- 50c. -J1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
earner ef "1" Street

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
ef 7th 81

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To my many friendit
You may have seen the others...
but please wait for me It will
be worth your while!
1 will be on Display next
Thursday. November 15th.
Cordially yours
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(Colon Motors, Inc. Panama and Colon).

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ltd PANAMA AMERICAN All "INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAFEH
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER It, 195
Idogs Retain Intercholastic Football Crown

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Siegel, Bateman Score
TDs As BHS Cops 13-0
Fumble-Filled Contest
By BILL BBLL

W lolboo's Bulldogs won th interscholosric football
BmPp again fast night, but it was an uneasy w,n
Balboa, scoring touchdowns in the second and fourth
LLirters copped this year's honors 13-0 over Cr.stobal
Sta the biggest crowd of the year -Mt. IJ.
The f umbVfi.led game a total of?3 on the si ck

sloppy field ruined the homecoming ror n

their queen, sonara mono.

The game was almost even in
the backfield department with
Balboa's heavy, qulck'strllLln!
ffil making the difference. End
Larrv Siegel, who scored one ol
"touchdowns, captain-guard

Ken Morris ana center m
pier all played aggressive defen

T 5;cfrn f 32 yards by

Mr,irinirv a thorne in

OMstopal sides all night, set up
tie first (touchdown; and a win winklosky
klosky winklosky 23-yard run set the stage

fir the secona.
f However, be didn't score in
either case. A 20-yard rollout
pass from halfback Charlie
Srench to Siegel accounted for
ie first touchdown, three
minutes before the half. And
fullback Bruce Bateman's one one-jfard
jfard one-jfard burst over guard was tne
Incitement over the game was
at an explore pitch. A special
football (train eight cars long
and filled with nearly four hun hun-fcfed
fcfed hun-fcfed yelling fans made the trip
flom Balboa; and Mt. Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium was rocking and echoing
fjom the combined vocal efforts
ol about 5,000 fans at klckoff.
iBut, a field that was squishle
underfoot hurt play, once, mld mld-wy
wy mld-wy through the first quarter
th- ball changed hands five
times in 10 plays all as a result
Of fumbles. Action was kept near
the Cristobal 35 throughout most
tJ th firt nuarter. Playine an

an careful game of feeling each

Other out, the two iocs swappeu
fmir mints and she bobbles.

. Running, from a shifting No-

rtf name box wrcn me 11

t.a T,n nuns, u

aseonthrea.wnwj

ovenj.

iri t.ho third neriod. they

tha Balboa 24; but Bulldog
end George Barbier splttM Bill
Rankin for an 11-yard loss and
Mlly Gibson lost 12 on a bad
tap from coulter.
Balboa, on the other hand,
WM able to move when It was'
Vtally necessary, thanks to
Bateman's heavy duty running

off tackle and guard holes.
The 235-pounder was the lead leading
ing leading ground gainer of the night
with 63 yards, two more than
Den Winklosky.

The first touchdown came un unexpectedly.
expectedly. unexpectedly. Gibson punted, Win Win-kloskv
kloskv Win-kloskv grabbed it at the 45 and

began threading his way upfieia
Tn the clear at the 19, Winklos

ky was suddenly Jarred by Tiger
end John Forrest, who hurt
himself on the tackle and left

the game.
Balboa pushed to the 10, and
gave up the ball for one play
a short punt to the 31. Then
Bateman and quarterback Larry
Eastman worked the ball to the
20.
From there Eastman flipped
back to French who tossed a
running 20-yardpass Into the
arms of Siegel, already In the
end rone. Bateman piled over
for the extra. point.
After tugalne and nulline for

a slippery third period, Balboa
got serious again in.the fourth.
Gibson punted dead on Balboa's
38, and after two tiny gains,
French on the same maneuver
that was the first teedee (threw
again to Siegel, this time for 36
yards. After another one-yard
pick-up, Winklosky burst over
guard for 23 yards to the one.
And Bateman crunched over.

Subs Dlaved moslt of the rest

of the game, and a rain sprinkle
began falling.
- it ii.

The, game aia one otner tmng
totally unexpectedly, too. It

permitted Balboa to pass Athle

te Club's 3-2-1 record and take

r Wt place in both the of-

ial IJBkunofficial league. Bal

boa is- now 4-2-0, or one-fourth

of a game ahead.

A ITIADY PIAK
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA

Michigan State's Clarence Peaks
out for the year with a leg injury
averaged 5.2 yards a carry during

his three-yei r career.

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Next On List

NEW YORK, NOV. 10 (UP)
Featherweight contender Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Berrios of Puerto Rico, vic victor
tor victor in a bloodv return bout with

Filipino Flash Elorde, was offer

ed a higher ranking opponent
today.
The stocky terrier who carv carved
ed carved two gashes (IS stitches) in
Elorde's left brow en route to
a unanimous 10-round decision
at Madfcon Square Garden
last night, was offered a re return
turn return 12-round fight with second-ranking
Cherif Hamia of
France in early January.
Hamia outpointed Berrios at
the Garden, July 27, for Miguel's
only defeat in nine starts this
year.
Last night's bloody TV-radio
bout before 2,500 was almost a
duplicate of Berrios' first fight
with Filipino Elorde at San
Francisco, Aug. 22, when Elorde
faded after his left brow was
oarved up in the seventh round.
But Miguel had to be content
with a split decision at San
Francisco.
Last night, Miguel the fifth fifth-ranking
ranking fifth-ranking contender, inflicted a
10-stitch gash at the outer cor corner
ner corner of Elorde's left brow m the
sixth round and an eight
stitch cut just above the brow
In the seventh session.
The sixth -ranking contender

from the Philippines bled so

badly in his eastern debut that
Dr. Vincent Nardiello examined

him three times in his corner,

but permitted the bout to con

tinue.

Miguel, the 2-1 favorite,

weighed 128 pounds; Elorde,

129 V2. Each is 23 years old.
Rainbow City

Softball League

Preparing For '57

By HERBERT MOISE
RAINBOW CITY, CZ. In t

special meeting of the governing

board oi the Rainbow City open
Classification Softball League,
their 1956 season activities were

officially brought to a close and

at the sama time the ground groundwork
work groundwork for the 1057 season begun.
After a report by the secreta secretary
ry secretary and treasurer, it was reveal

ed that the league operated in
the "red." This condition was

never evident and therefore did
not mar th moral success that

was expedted of the league.
In order to offset this, the
league has decided to sponsor a
fund-raising dance on Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22, at the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Gymnasium. They
have contracted the services of
Armando and his Orchestra for
this affair.

It was also decided that fran

chises will officially be accepted,
effective Dec. 1, and that all in interested
terested interested should contact league
secretary Astor Lewis. Already
It has been made known to the
league that the Dark Million

aires, owned by jacooo "Baoy-

Sales and managed last season
bv Rodolfo "Fifi" Tom. will seek

a franchise. According to tne

team's representative, Nugent

Joseph, this champion club of
1956 will be even stronger. Also

it Is known that Sgt. Walker ol

the Canal Zone Fire Depart

ment on the Atlantic side win
field a team in this league.

Pitching Help Could Make
Cincinnati Run Away In NL

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NO MORE WORRIES 'Kansas basketball coach Dick Harp
felt a bit better about things, when Wilt The Stilt Chamberlain. Chamberlain.-his
his Chamberlain.-his seven-foot sophomore, returned to practice. Chamberlain
had been confined for minor throat surgery.

Cinemascope Colors!

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'APRIL IN PORTUGAL' Today at the Central

Football Results

George Washington 82, Rich
mond

West Virginia State 14, Salem 6

Emory and Henry 27, West Vir
linla Tech 6

Mankato Tchs. 40, Michigan

Tech 6
Central College II, Illinois Col College
lege College IS
Central Missouri State Warrens-

burr 14, Southwest Missouri

Springfield 0
Kearney Tchs. 35, Nebraska Wes
leyan 21
Southern Tchrs. 7, South Dako Dakota)
ta) Dakota) Wesleyan
Marshall 32, Toledo 13
St. Vmcent 21, Carnegie Tech 7

San Francisco City College 34,

San Mateo College 0

Morris Brown 45, South Carolina

State 12

West Chester Tchrs. Pa. 27,

Bloomsburg Pa. Tchrs. 7
St. Joseph's 71, University of III
inols Chicago Branch 0
Lonr Beach 37. Harbor 21

University of Minnesota Duluth

Branch 46, Superior State 13

Montreal, Boston

Share Lead In Hot

Hockey League Race

NEW YORK, Nov. 10 (UP)
The streaking Montreal Canadi-

ens and Boston Bruins shared first

place in the National Hockey

League race today, while tne last last-place
place last-place Chicago Black Hawks began
showing their first signs pf life this
season.

The i Canadiens, paced by the

Richard brothers, scored their
fifth straight win, 4-2, over the
slumping New York Rangers and
ran the Blues' regular-season con consecutive
secutive consecutive loss streak at the Mont Montreal
real Montreal forum to 18 games. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, the Bruins, led by the vet veteran
eran veteran Vic Stasiuk, turned on the
xdetroit Red Wings for a 3-1 vic

tory.
The Hawks, who ean't win for

losing, finally gained their second
victory of the season after nine
previous losses and a tie, to nip
the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-2. Ed
Litzenberger was the star for the

winners, scoring twoce ana assist

ing on two others.
Sugar Bow! Hopes

To Gel Tennessee,

Georgia Tech Victor

NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 11 (UP)-

Sugar Bowl officials said 1 today

thev hoped the winner of tne Geor

gia Tech-Tennessee game at Atlan

ta would be tne nost team in weir

football classic here Jan. 1.
Suear Bowl President Paul E

DeBlanc said he will lead a dele

gation of officials to the game
Saturday.

"Sure, we'll be after the win winner
ner winner of this game because it will
be the nation's No. 1 team," he
said.

"Georeia Tech and Tennessee

have been frequent participants
in our game the Ramblin' Wreck
four times and the Volunteers

three times and they present the
kind Of football the fans like to

see."
DeBlanc sa9.9.. ..15 oucc$0 Bt

.uauIR T8v,o)55oo ngBtexas

Christian, Rice, Baylor or.South or.South-ern
ern or.South-ern Methodist would make a

game worth going miles to see,

he said.

Texas A&M and Miami are
nresentlv on NCAA probation and

we have an agreement to respect
this restriction, but should either
or both be reinstated this week-

nd. they will be immediately

added to our list of eligibles.

PRICI II RIGHT
Baltimore fNEA Racing pro

duced $6,828,147 in revenue for
Maryland in 1955, costing the state

nn v $38,750 to administer ine

sport.

BETTER TO RECEIVE

Detroit (NBA) In their

first three (tames this season, the

Lions used nine different pass

receivers.

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Isthmian Little
League To Hold
Dance Monday
The Isthmian Little League

Association will hold an Armi

stice Day dance at the Parkiso
Gymnasium on Monday, Nov. 12
beginning from six in the eve-

nine until twelve mldnlcht.

The dance orchestra "La 8o-

noramica" of Jaboa Jarvls will
furnish the music for the Occa

sion.

All little leaeue enthusiasts

and ithe general public as well
are cordially Invited. A moder moderate
ate moderate price of admission will be
collected at the door.

Bob Feller May Be
Seeking New Job
By. End Of Month
CLEVELAND (UP)-Bob Feller.

one of baseball's greatest stars

stars and an "institution" in
Cleveland, may be looking for an-

ouier pitcmng job before the end

oi tne month,

Feller, who helned brine the mil.

lion-a-year crowds to Cleveland
baseball, won't be asked to return
to the Indians' pitching staff.

instead, General Manager Hank
Greenbere is ready to offer the

former speedball king a front of

fice assignment on a take-It or

leave-it basis.

It's a safe bet Feller willl eave

it.
An Indians spokesman said

Greenberg wants a younger pitch pitcher
er pitcher added to the staff in Feller's
place, because the present staff is

aging.

Sports Briefs

NEW YORK (UP)-Harry Stuhl

dreher. Jim Crowley and a host of

other former Notre Dame football

stars will be on hand next Tues

day to honor the memory of Knute

Rockne at a Touchdown Club of

New York dinner. The former
N.D. coach died in a plane crash

25 years ago.

NEW YORK (UP)-Slater Mar

tin, 31-year-old backcourt star who

was obtained from the Minneapolis

Lakers Oct. 26, will report to the
New York club of the National

Basketball Association next Tues

day and will play his first game
for the Knickerbockers against the
Rochester Royals the following

night.

NEW YORK (UP)-Ed Huahes

and Emlen Ttmnell, two defensive
backs who were injured in last
Sunday's game with the Pittsburgh

Steelers. will he able to play to

morrow for the Giants when they
meet the Chicago Cardinals at

Yankee Stadium. Herb Rich, an

other defensive back, who also
missed the Steeler game, probably

will not be able to play against

the Cards.

SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Joey
Giambra of Buffalo, N.Y., the 10th
ranked middleweight, and Rocky
Castellani of Luzerne, 1 Pa., have
been signed for a non televised

10-round bout at tne ban r rancis

co Civic Auditorium, Dec. 10. In

a nrevlous meeting between the

two Giambra scored a split deci

sion victory.

TOP COWHAND

Laramie, Wyo. (Nea) Joe Ca

pua, basketball player, received
the Admiral Emory Scott Land

awarH ai Wvomina's outstandin

athlete fo. tne 1955-56 scnooi year

NEW YORK, Nov. 10 (UP)

One little shot in the pitching arm

and the Cincinnati Redlegs next
season are going to be forcing a
Natioal League demand that they

be giiven a saliva test. i

Taking an advance look at the

1957 campaign, It seems obvious
that if the muscular Reds get any

lift at all on the mound It is quite

probable that they will run away

and hide from the rest of the

league.

Looking them over, they Shape

up this way:

Cincinnati Redlegs
dive ''em even one, or, possibly

two starters to go with Brooks

Lawrence, Hal Jeffcoat, Joe Nux-

hail and Johnny Klippstein, and

those hitters will break up the
National League.

Milwaukee Braves
The front line pitching is there

but the Braves need a reliever,
help ai second base and outfield

punch. Also they need somebody to

give 'em a boot in the stern and

put some life in the club.

Brooklyn Dodgers
Father Time Is calling the shots

here. In addition, those Dodgers
require a left fielder, some young
blood in the pitching department
and more pinch-hitting strength.

St. Louis Cardinals
This sang, not the "Gashouse"

Fs'i'itlerovs, either, might

come on strong with a good fire-

, .suui'iSLop half as good as

Marty Marion and some outfield

assistance.

Philadelphia Phllliot
They need some of everything,

namely power, speed and bench
strength. The young pitching needs

time to develop and it woman t De

too surprising if they dealt Robin
Roberts to patch several leaks.

New York Giants
A season of bluff under Coo-

gan's Bluff. Construction is need needed
ed needed in every department and there

are no building materials on nana.

Pittsburgh Pirate
The word is that the Bucs might

come up wua ine pesi Piicniu
staff in the National League. The?
need overall help, however, and
still seem a long way from being
a challenger.

Chicago Cubs
The oitchinB isn't to be ..criti

cized but almost everything else is

shopworn or lack-luster. You can

bet good odds mere win ne no

pennant at Wrigley Field.

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

MARGARITA LEAGUE
Ninth Week
Due to the holidays last week
the column was not in the pa papers
pers papers so to bring you up to date
Wright Bros, took over first
place from Butler. Now this
week Butler is back in first
place along with Wright Bros,
and Agenda Kam.
Agenda Kam was four points
out of first place last week but
took back those four from
league-leading Wright Bros, to
move into a tie for first. Butler,
one point out of first place, got
that one but lost three to the
Navy.
There is now a three way tie
for first place. One point ouit of
first is the Police who, took three
from Casa Yohros. Only five
weeks left, fellows. It is still
anybody's championship.
Rudy and piotrowski split the
Class A honors with an even 600
each. .Wallace took Class B wiih
a 506 while Jimmy Brooks had
a 491 to take Class C.

STANDINGS

Won Lost

Wright Bros 20

Butler 20

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Powells

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F. Hoppe ....

Ei. opiiuicy .............
G. St. John
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R. Hogan
J. Piotrowski
T. Lowe

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Hoppe
Cannon
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Naval station
. 182 158

. 169 m
. 167 159
. 145 158

Conover
Brooks
Graham
SUroop
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854 806
Butler
. 150 171
. 165: 148
. IRQ, 170
. 158 148
. 139 139
790 776
32 32

170 m
14 511
161 487
168 488
810 2478

126 447
178 491
174 524
137 441
139 417
754 2320
32 88

822 808 786 2418

Tully
Guest
Martin
Fortner
Stewart

Oesterle
Wallace
Gibson
Brown
Hogan

Police Assn4
. 114 131
. 162 167
. 165 160
. 177 156
. 180 194

186 431
,154 483
180 505
144 77
J47 521

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. 102 145
. 182 197
. 155 163
. 1 149
. 172 155
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102 420
130 "425
205 832
720 2266
22 66

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chommer . 168 144 171 488

Hicks ... 137 125 127 388

Kifkendall 185 201 132 811

St. John . 170 199 174 841

796 800 758 2354
Agencla Kara

Robinson . 177 146 149 472
Johnson ... 187 149 142 478
Rinehart . 151 159 139 449
Rudy .... 235 192 173 600
Stepp ... 130 151 178 459
880 797 "78I 2488
5 5 5 15
885 802 786 2473

Powells
. 160 188
. 150 117
. 143 148
. 139 182
. 160 138
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163 482
186 453
168 487
188 487
128 431
I26 2318
21 88

J. Wright
DeVoll .
Reccia .
Bell .
Nordstrom

TS 781 87 1371
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Stilson ... 147 157 HB 1
Steinke ... 143 113 161 421
Halllday . 17S 165 141 47B

Piotrowski 188 201 211 600

spinney ... 193 188 ITS 540
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Honc Greenberg Wanted Leo Durocher For Ability, Not Name

SATURDAY, XOYEMBEI

Georgia Tech-Tennesse
Game Pits Best Defense
Against Tops In Offense

NEW YORK, Nov. 11 (UP) The'first where defense counts

meeting of Georgia Tech and Ten

nessee will pit the nation's

best defensive unit in the past de decade
cade decade against the top scoring team
in thepast three years.

According to statistics released

today by the NCAA service bu bureau,
reau, bureau, the Engineers from Georgia
Tecb are the least scored upon
team thus far this" year, a depart department
ment department they have led the last 10
years. And Tennessee, with a 31.3
point per game average, tops the
nation's major teams in scoring.
During the past decade, Georgia
Tech has allowed its opponents
just 891 points in 104 regular-season
games, or an 8.6 point aver average.
age. average. Thus far this season the En Engineers
gineers Engineers have given up an aggre aggregate
gate aggregate of 27 points, or 4.5 per game.
Last year they led all major

teams in this department with a
4.6 points per game average.
However, the Engineers aren't
lo tight-fisted in permitting their
opponents, to move up and down
the field. Last year they were 10th
in yards allowed, while permitting
the least scoring, and currently
are 16th in total defense, though

By HARRY GRAYSON

CLEVELAND (NEA) Hank

Greenberg laughs at the susses

tion that he sought Leo Durocher

as a name to boost sagging attend
ance in Cleveland.
"If were looking for a name

says General Manager Greenberg,

ifl sign JBlvts Presley.
"Unless he played like Lou Bou

dreau, a irnager never drew 15

(cents into a baseball park. Peo People
ple People don't pay to get in Yankee
the Stadium to nee aid Casev SUnppI

most. Oklahoma's 5.7 figure is I walk out to the box to consult

next in ine pomis allowed depart-(with or take out his pitcher. They

mem luuovyeu ny aiiami ina.j.jpay oecause the Yankees won sev

5.3, rulsa, 5.7 and Penn State, en pennants under Stenael. eiaht

Baylor and Texas Christian, tied

at 6.5 points.
For the third straight week. Mis

sissippi leads in total defense and with Durocher because

pass defense while Navy is on top

in rushing detense and Colorado
A&M is the punting leader.

Mississippi's total defense aver-: stick with his Hollywood

age jumped rrom iw.s to ieu.4 to broadcasting ties,
top Uie other major schools. Texas, post probably will

unaer joe McCarthy and six un under
der under Miller Huggins before that.

I discus: d the Cleveland iob

I want a

good manager to handle a mil million
lion million dollar business on the field."

Durocher having decide d to

and

the Cleveland

fall to Kerbv

A4M, jumped from 16th to sec- Farrelf, but this doesn't mean that

ond afrer allowing Arkansas only Greenberg goes along with the
82 yards, all on the ground. Domilar theory that a mediocre

Navy's line held Notre Dame tonlaver makes the beat manacer.

only 55 yards to take over in rush-iFarrell, a pitcher-first baseman,
ing defense. Boston College, last I crashed the National League only

THIN LINE OF EXTINCTION

week s leader, slipped to third be

hind Miami (Fla.). Navy's aver average
age average stands at 101.8, Miami at 110.2

and Boston College at 116.8.

in the war years of 1943 and '45.

Kr by Parrell's appointment

would be another blow at the old

The Colorado Aggies, who've manager's union of which Steve

been among the top kicking teams
all season, finally took over the
leadership on six punts that aver averaged
aged averaged 46.5 yards last week against
Xavier (Ohio). Their season mark

stands at 42.6 yards, on 39 punts.

KNOCK 'EM DOWN ...No. 10
Try Spot And Pin Methods

f v
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mkmW

rl 1

O'Neill, Frank Frisch and Char

ley Grimm were charter mem

bers. The trend now is to school

the manager like the athlete, se
lect a man from the chain.
Farrell has been in the Cleve

land organization for 10 years,
in the first division the last eight

He won pennants at Spartan

burg, C, of the B Tn-S t a t e
League, Reading of the A. Eastern
and Indianapolis of the Triple A
American Association in 1994 and
last season, when he also bagged
the Little World Series.
So, you see, Farrell richly de deserves
serves deserves the chance, just as did

Walter Alston when called up

from Montreal by the Dodgers.

Alston struck out in his one turn

at bat in the majors.
Jack Tighe, selected, to put

more tiger in the Tigers, never
got above the Texas League as a
catcher. It took a war to get
Mayo Smith of the Phillies into

the American League and then

only briefly.

One school of thought has the

superior player too impatient
with mediocrity to successfully
direct ballplayers. This line1 of

reasoning has the man who never
quite made it more understanding

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Tennessee Safe,
Florida A-M Clash
For Negro Grid Title
tat r luiccrf pi. xt...

(UP) Two nndofpatnrf i,nti

Negro college teams, Florda A&M

ana Tennessee state at Nashville,
will clash for the mythical Negro
chamnionshin in th annual

Oram? Blossom rlasair in fiami

Dec. l.

Rnth f parti r t tk tnn a

the small college heap in NCAA

siausucs ano oom nave won six
games.
Florida A&M leads In total it.

fense and haa piled up 275 points
to 45 for its opponents. 1

Tennessee Stain is fourth In rf

fense, budgeting opposition to 18
points or an average of three
points per game, while rolling up
214 points.

AIRWAY PAYS
Reading, Pa. (NEA) Young
Frank Sudock of Albright gainedL
604 yards through the air on 59
completions in five games, lost
three on the ground.
PERMANENT JOB
Baton Rouge, La. (NEA) Hen Henry
ry Henry Rabenhorst is beginning his 29th
season as Louisiana State's basket
balf coach.

Today Encanto .35 .20
Double in CtnemaScope!
Robert Taylor in
"D-Day, The Sixth of Juner
Robert Ryan In
"THE PROUD ONES"

Today IDEAL .20
Gary Cooper in
"HIGH NOON"
Dane Clark In
"GO, MAN GO!"

70

Robinsc

(NEA) From the ring, a figher
nan -. fk.. .U ,.1. 1

vaui c uivnr wjju re wiin mm.
Handlers wear whit

about the combatant's inability toiand shout and make motion with

properly execute the more intri- their hands tp show what they
cat maneuvers, auch as hitting I want done. You can see them pa

through the hole by to manjsily, but they are really l.ooo

m In Patterson s Camp,

But Kid Alone Against Moore
y JIMMY 1RISLIN The fighter nodded and touched "George," Robinson 1 cut in. "I

GREENWOOD LAKE N. Y. -r'6 Vu ney siartea-i 1010 ?m "o"1 tlat. I'm gonna

vering second base, behind -the

runner, etc

But tossing out a man as a

managerial prospect just because
he played well is utterly ridiculous.

ON THE PIN Fay Belcher shows his pin bowling style by)
aiming directly at the 1-3 pocket. -j

Tenth of 16 written for NEA
Service and The Panama Amer American
ican American By FOY BELCHER
Loa Angeles Star
Although more stars are spot
bowlers than pin howlers, I am
one of the latter group.
After trying the spot method,
1 found that it and I just were
not for each other and returned
to iiniirig at the pins.
You migWt call me a semi-pin
bowler because I do use spots on
the lanes to line up' my feet.
I look just ahead of the pins
ypu might- say at their shad shad-owaWamf
owaWamf shad-owaWamf reach out in direct
line with the one-three pocket.
Ttte thlrigg to 46 are: 1, line

Marquette Has
New Real McCoy
In Cage Wizard
MILWAUKEE (NEA) There's
another Real McCoy in basket basket-Jim
Jim basket-Jim McCoy is rated the finest
prospect ever to come to Marquet
te. Coach Jack Nagle says this
McCoy is as much an All-America
as was his brother, Julius, of
Michigan St.te.

up on the target; 2. approach)

straight; 3, follow through
straight.
It's like firing a rifle ait a tar target.
get. target. If you do everything cor-

recwy, you score a bull's-eye,

Mickey Cochrane won two pen

nants, was twice second and had
the Tigers very much in conten contention
tion contention when he was dismissed. Trla

Speaker batted and guided the

Indiana to a world championship.
No one ever faulted Fred Clark,
Fielder Jones, Frank Chance or
John McGraw, to name four, as

managers and they were extra
ordinary performers.

To get up to date, how about
Casey Stengel? 01' Case got in

three World Series as an out

fielder and his proudest boast is

that John McGraw carried him

on four championship clubs.
Casey Stengel has all the many
sides required of a successful

you

I'm a pin bowler because that's f."?"r "i Au.c""'

the way I get results. With Toil,! 7 Z r JLJ, il
th? opposite may N.trte?feiJLi'-

not try both ways and determine

wnich pays on?'
Aiming at the pins works
equally well, whether you roll a

iiuuk or a siraigm Dan. piuo lor
aiming at spots.

NEXT: Foy Belcher on splits.
Fight Piht
Two-Faced

NEW YORK (NEA) -XBuddy
Baer. who fought .Ton I

for the heavyweight championship

Jlu" i preseni-qay ooxing prob

CO.
"They come 20 veaTs inn ut

he says. "Mike Jacobs rfnina

it... ".

uuugs inai were commonplace to

! uj uui are regarded as il illegal
legal illegal today.
"The managers are at fault. A
manager of fighters has onlv twn

objectives in life petty larceny
and grand larceny."

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Dog Editor

in several varieties

There's the climber that abhors
restriction of any kind and climbs

out tlw minute, your back is turn turned.
ed. turned. There's the kind that doesn't

miles a,way because .when
fight you do it afone.

Floyd Patterson seemed to know
this as he came out of the low-ceil-

inged dressing room, nut on his

dark brown Hunting cap and step-

pea out oi me gymnasium. This

was at Long Pond Inn, which is a

training place, for fighters, and in

side they had turned on the lights
so Ray Robinson could spar.
But Patterson was not stay in it

to watch. Instead, he started to
amble along the- white concrete
highway tfhlch runs in front of

the gymnasium. Sugar Ray Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, the one they call the great greatest
est greatest fighter, pound for pound, of
any time, was there for him to
watch, but he was going for a
walk.

Nothing Robinson does or ever
has done will help Patterson when

ne lights Archie Moore for the hea
vywelght championship at the Chi
cago Stadium, Nov. 30.

"He has things that do good for

mm, Floyd was saying. "But they

wouldn't fit with me. He is a great

fighter hut we have different styl
es."

For a counle of weeks, these

two fighters have been using the

same training facilities. Robin

son, a champion for 10 years, isJ

getting aready to fight Gene FuD FuD-mer
mer FuD-mer for the middleweight title at

LIKE roses, climbing dogs, cornel Madison Square Garden, Dec. 12.

Patterson, who many say is on

the threshold of becoming a larger

edition of Kobinson, works at z p.

m. When fie finishes, he goes for

a walk. Kobinson, who boxes at 3.

get along with its kennel mates usually isn't dressed in time to see

and climbs out to escape bullying
or abuse.
Then there's the kind that climbs
out whenever the inclination is
fell and climbs back in again af after
ter after it has satisfied its curiosity for
exploration or to get food, water
or shelter. This kind is rarer and
usually an extremely self-sufficient
and intelligent type.
We can't o m i t the gregarious
climher that will climb from one
run to another to visit, sometimes

when it is more difficult than

dimhine to freedom. Nor the

Floyd finish his sparring. When
they do meet and talk, It is about
a record on the juke box downstairs

or a story in a newspaper.
In any ether line, the one on the
way up seeks advice from the one
already on top. But boxing is dif different.
ferent. different. It is the loneliest business
in the world. Robinson will not be
there to block Moore's left hook.
Patterson knows it, so he goes for
walks'.
Robinson was boxing a short,
loud-sniffing kid by the name of

clown that climbs, fence-watts Joe anew, xne sparmate nad lined

and indulges in other sorts oi ac- nis neaaguard witn tne top of a
rnhatirs nerhans as a kind of at-ired, woolly mop and this made

tentton getting or because of the

ommotion started by antics oi

thts sort.

of the climbers, the ones rm

fondest of are those which climb
only when I approach the runs in
order that they may be picked up
and fondled. When put back, they

him look like a wild man as he

moved at the champion.
"Robinson, you reachin' ... that
isn't natural," George Gainford,
the manager, called to him.

again. Maw pressed the taHer

Robinson and made him fight.
Robinson boxed this way with
two others and w h e n he was
through he stretched out on the
dressing room table while a train trainer
er trainer rubbed his.lpug legs and anoth another
er another handler carefully combed and
slicked his hair.
Gainfdrd sat on a chair and talk talked
ed talked about Patterson.
"He has youth, but Moore is
cute. He gives you this and then
he gives you this." GainforH said

folding his arms over his face to
illustrate. "Then he bonibs von

He put Marciano down. Isn't that
all the proof you need that he can!
hit?"
"Patterson Is a toueh kid." Ttnh.

inson grunted, "and real fast.

"I don't make predictions." Ravi

wem on. -1 nave seen Moore fieht

only once. Against Marciano. I
don't go to fights. Don't even
watch them. They bore me. It's

like a mailman takin' a walk."

But he seemed to aeree when

one in the room talked about how
much Marciano had taken out of

Moore and how much better Pat

terson has looked in training since

nis victory over Hurricane Jack
son.

work in your corner if you make
that match. You won't see me in

there. I'll jump out of the ring
when the bell goes off just like you
been doin' all your life."
Floyd Patterson had come back
from his walk by now.
He was downstairs, in. the dining
room and he was taking care of
himself, just as he will nave to do

in Chicago when they tell him it is
time to fight Archie Moore.

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Gainfofd started to talk about

Jackson and the rest of the heavier

fighters.
"These are no 1 i c h t-heavv-

weights worthy of the name," he

said. Robinson knocked out the
top-rated ones. And if' Patterson
beats Moore, who can he fight
Jackson? That, would be a tragedy.
I think ..."

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1 King Kong Killed
After Attack;
Handler Hurt
TAMPA, F!a..Nov, 10 (UP)-A
policeman's revolver felled a 230 230-pound
pound 230-pound gorilla after the beast broke
out of his cage on a wild animal
how's winter reservation here
and bit and mangled his handler.
Alva B. Dexter, 49, was recover recovering
ing recovering in a hospital after being at
tacked by "King Kong," a fuM fuM-grown
grown fuM-grown gorilla. The animal bit off
art of Dexter's nose and clawed
liim on the face and arms
Wednesday night,
i Officials of the Leo Carroll wild
animal show, which has its winter
headquarters in suburban Sulphur
Springs, said the gorilla apparent apparently
ly apparently got out of his cage just before
Dexter went to feed him.
The gorilla ran off when sev several
eral several passers-by heard Dexter's
creams and rushed to his aid.
Hillsborough County Deputy
Sheriff Lloyd Simmons found the
animal in an empty shed on the
reservation when he arrived a half
hour after Dexter was attacked.
Simmons killed the gorilla with
o bullet in the chest.
Speedy Service .
with no sacrifice of
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Television 21"
Waiting house Console with AM AM-FM
FM AM-FM radio and 3 -speed record
player, 60-cycle, beautiful
blond mahogany cabinet. Will
mike an ideal Christmas gift.
Can be seen at Qtrs. 3 1 6-A Al Al-brook.
brook. Al-brook. Phone 86-7102.
FOR SALE: All furniture of a
residence because of traveling.
Phone 3-079S.
FOR SALE: Aluminum divan
with cushion, almost new. very
cheap, comfortable. 30 Ecuador
At.
FOR SALE: 60-cycle Bendix.
looks good, needs repairs $50;
Ironrite ironer $50; small baby
crib $1; old typewriter $5; -piece
bamboo act $100. Phono
Panama 3-2905.
FOR SALE: 1 chest of drawers,
1 dining room set, 1 towing ma machine
chine machine Singar with motor. Phono
1173-B. Colon.
FOR SALE: West i n g h o u s
clothoa dryer, wringer type wash washing
ing washing machine and baby bod with
mattress. Fort Gulick 88-382
Wonted to Buy
WANTED: On boat between
12 to 22 feet, good condition.
Phon (27 or writ Box 5, Co Colon,
lon, Colon, R. de P.
PERSONALS
1
Slipcoven, re-upholstering. Beat
prices In Panama For estimates
call 3-4628, Haraa Co. Fro
pickup and delivery.
La Boca Church
Eyes Rio Abajo
As Worship Site
Looking towards the future relo
cation of their church building and
parsonage, because of the depopu depopulation
lation depopulation W "La Boca, Boyd's Memo
rial Baptist Church started a drive
this month to raise funds for pur
chasing a new site in Rio Avajo.
Gamboa Baptist Church it as assisting
sisting assisting in the drive, and both
churches will hold special mission missionary
ary missionary services during the campaign.
The Rev. E. O. Nelson of the
Nazarn Church, Ancon, Dr.
Walker M. Alderten of Gmboa
Unlen Church, and Evangelist
Rugsel Cloer and wife are listed
to preach at the Gmbo Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church next week Sunday at
3 p.m.
The Rev. Arthur Zylsra of Sta Station
tion Station HOXO will preach at 7 p.m.
On Monday night preachers will be
the Rev. W. H. Stewart of Bethel
Mission, P a r a i s o, Rev. 1 S. N.
Brown of Panama Baptist Church,
and Rev. F. H. Walters of t h e
First Baptist Church In Paraiso.
Calling All Stars
SHEFFIELD, England,. Nov. 10
(UP) Radio "ham" operator
George Lyon said today he heard
the New York City Police Depart Department
ment Department "calling all cars" here last
night.
Lyon was experimenting with
his set when the New York police
calls began coming in loud and
clear. They lasted only a few mo
ments before static drowned them
out. "I think it was caused by
sunsports, Lyoa said.
Getting Around
ACROSS
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around
4 Food nth
5 Crippled
6 Ran together
7 Lair
8 Slams
9 Formerly
10 Solar diti:
11 Try
17 Merited
19 Cowboys get
1 Motor
vehicle
4 Snow vehicle
8 Water vehicle
12 Consumed
13 Masculine
14 Poker stake
15 Sorrowful
16 Heights
18 Bombarded
20 Emissary
21- King Cole
this around
steers
22 Goes astray
24 Decays
9. Arnhinn fflllf
23 Stitch again
24 Corded fabrics40
27 Shows how to "?pok5n.
26 Amphitheater
get around
30 Expunger
32 Staid
34 Limited
freedom to
get around
35 Redactor
36 Furtive
37 Afresh
39 Retained
27 Fabrics
40 Heavenly body
41 Noun suffix
42 Bird of prey
45 Reason for
getting around
49 On this you
get nowhere
I getting around
51 Arab rob
52 Tip
53 Arrow poisou
54 Cut off
55 Augments
56 Pan c-
57 Oc ean
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i 2 Western state

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1950 Puick Special
two-door, excellent condition,
duty paid. Phon (7-2140, horn
phon 83-4266.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4-door, low mileage, very good
condition. Best offer. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1405 between 4-7 p.m.
FOR SALE: By U.S. Embassy,
on Willys Jeep, 1950, motor
No. 3J-51412, serial No. CJ3A CJ3A-52152,
52152, CJ3A-52152, with five tin. Vehicle
may be inspected and bids forma
obtained at Hotel El Panama Ga Garage.
rage. Garage. FOR SALE: 1951 EOuick Road Road-master
master Road-master Convertible Coupe. Red
and whit body, light top. Ex Ex-cejtional
cejtional Ex-cejtional buy first $600 takes.
Call Mr. Wade 3-1281, 3-1636.
FOR SALE: 1940 Oldi Six
$100; 1948 DeSoto $225. Both
good condition 6402 Lot RiOt,
2-4211.
FOR SALE: 1952 Sing' Road Road-Iter
Iter Road-Iter in perfect condition. Beit
offer over $700. Car mutt be
teen to be appreciated. Phone
Bal. 6360 or tee at 288 Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Champion 4-door sedan in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. 4 new tires and
radio, $475. Phon Kobb 4)07.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Bel-Air $1425. Office 2 2-2719,
2719, 2-2719, home 2-3214 after 5,
516, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1955 M6TF, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, little over 13, 13,-000
000 13,-000 miles, duty paid. Call 3-
6852.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Tudor, radio, heater, good rub rubber,
ber, rubber, $375. House 122-B, Gatun.
Phon 5-542.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. $700. Office 2-2719. horn
2-3214 after 5:00. 516 Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford deluxe
V-B 2-door, Fbrdomatic, wtw
tires, low mileage by original
owner, like new. Price $1800.
Can be financed. House No. 7,
F Street and Argentina Aye.. II
Cangrejo. Phon 3-6171. R.P.
duty free.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, Marcamatic, radio and
hatr, feed rubber and paint.
Call Albrook 2189.
New American Flag
To Be Dedicated
At Cocoli Tomorrow
The Gen. George W. Goethals
Post 8335 wilr dedicate their new
American fag during Veterai's
Day ceremonies tomorrow at the
Cocoli post.
The dedication ceremony is
scheduled to get underway at 2
p.m. with the public invited.
In connection with Vetera n's
Day, Your Community Network
(YCN will present Sol J. Kaplan,
patriotic instructor of Veterans of
Foreign Wars, in an address on
the meaning of Veteran's Day.
The address will be at 10 a.m. to
morrow.
It will be another in the series
of VFW broadcasts entitled
"Speak up for Democracy."
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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29 Impudent
31 Cheered
33 Dutch dams
38 Rich 'fur
44 Old English
tax
46 French islands
47 Musical
instrument
48 City In
California
50 Russian
Narrow boards
4-1 Small island
42 Girl's name
43 Dry
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Have your Christmas Cards EM EMBOSSED
BOSSED EMBOSSED at the Universal Prim Primary.
ary. Primary. Ave. 5a. 19-40 (near Paul's
Market).
Will exchange one slightly used
husband, two amall boyt and two
new drama for quiet tingle room.
Write to Box 2151, Panama.
CARLOS ELETA I., automatic
transmission expert and general
mechanic, offers his services at
th "Estacibn Pasadena,", facing
entrance to Auto-Cine. Phone 3 3-4950.
4950. 3-4950. FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Boy't winter coat
and hat sets, tlx 5 and 9, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition Phon Albrook
86-7102.
FOR SALE: Set Britannic Ju Junior
nior Junior Encyclopedia; ebony clari clarinet;
net; clarinet; Ironrite electric ironer. All
In excellent condition. Call 2 2-2440
2440 2-2440 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Siamese kitten, fe female.
male. female. Phon Panama 3-5133.
FOR SALE: Small Baby Grand
Piano 5V2 octaves. Can be teen
at O.K. Amigo.
FOR SALE: Portable electric
sewing machine, excellent con condition
dition condition $50. Call 2-2874
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door tedan with power glide
$650; General Electric T.V. set
21" with revolving table $185.
Call Balboa 2148
FOR SALE: Schick electric ra razor,
zor, razor, 2,x214; press camera,
flash; Cine Vole sound came camera,
ra, camera, new discount; paint tpray;
electric windshield wiper, motor
now. Phon Balboa 1806.

Demos Offer Ike Cooperation

But Not Policy
WASHINGTON, Nov. Iff (UP) -Democratic
congressional leaders
piomised today to give "respon
sible" non-partisan consideration
to anv proposals I resident kisen
hower submits for dealing with
the 'very serious" vorld situ-
ation.
Thev made the pledge after a
ZVi hour briefing by the President
and his top aides on the Middle
East crisis, Russia's military oc
cupation of re volt-torn1 Hungary,
and large-scale Soviet troop
movements in Eastern Europe.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson (Tex) said the
President showed the congression congressional
al congressional leaders 'a movie of the hor
rible murders in Hungary." He
said the film, which apparently
came from intelligence sources,
was 'very frightful" and 'showed
people being shot down.
Johnson said the world situation
is 'obviously very serious," He
said Mr. Eisenhower sought no
"commitments" from the Demo
crats and none was given. But
on behalf of his party in Congress,
,
ne sain:
'We will give responsible con
sideration to any suggestion from
the administration we will not
play politics with the foreign
situation:
But Johnson made it clear that
the Democrats were not issuing
any blank-check promises to dj
anything Mr. Elsenhower asks.
Meantime, it was disclosed that
British Prime Minister Sir An-j
.1 r.' .j 1 i u T...:-,!
Miurjy &UCU ami r-mien riciiiici
Guy Mollet may come here for,
Big Three meeting with Mr.
meetine with Mr.
Eisenhower.
The White House said such a
conference had been under discus discussion
sion discussion but there is nothing definite
now. Reports from Paris and Lon
don had said the British and
French leaders might fly here
later this month.
In this connection. Mr. Eisen
hower told the new British am
bassador, Sir Harold Anthony
Caccia, that he is confident Brit Britain
ain Britain and the United States will try
to cement their ties "at this
somber moment."
The President made the state statement
ment statement in accepting t he envoy's
credentials. Caccia told the Presw
dent that the need for British
American cooperation was never
greater. The British-French de
cision to attack Egypt without
telling this government put a
severe strain on relations between
the three allies.
House Republican Leader Jo
seph W. Martin Jr, said after ti
White House meeting that 'while
the world situation is grave, I
think it will work out all righ'."
Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga)
agreed that the Middle East crisis
can be solved 'unless we make
a grave mistake."
American officials sre more
optimistic that the Arab-Israeli
disnute can be settled without
further fighting. They felt peace
moves by all parties concerned
Israel, Britain, France, and Egypt
-have removed any pretext Rns

FOR RENT
Apartment

ATTENTION. G. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phon Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment
ment apartment in Camp Alegrc: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, dining room,' kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple without
children special rat. Apply per personally
sonally personally 5 lit Stmt, nxt t th
Guatemalan Embassy.
FOR RENT: Modern new apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Living-dining room, 2
bedrooms, bathroom, maid's
room, laundry room, garage, bal balcony.
cony. balcony. Very coel. Residential sec sector.
tor. sector. Street leading to Santuario
Nacional, pink house. Can be
en from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-2585.
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living ream, kitchen and
bath, hot water. Bella Vista, in
front of Urraca Park. Now build building.
ing. building. $60. Telephone 2-1958.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool,
furnished or unfurnished 2-bod-room
apartment. "El Cangrejo,"
near Hotel El Panama. Hot water
included All utilities. For infor information
mation information phon 3-6796.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, big living living-dining
dining living-dining room, big kitchen, maid't
room. Call 2-1958. 3-6886.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Slit Street No., 42: For
further details call 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for G.l.'s, screened, on,
two bedrooms, Call $-4818, 7-9
a.m
FOR RENT: Modern furnithed
apartment, completely independ independent,
ent, independent, centrally located, Via Por Porrai
rai Porrai 114, $70.
Blank-Clmck
sia might seize upon to intervene.
Sen. Johnson, in promising
'consideration" of any adminis administration
tration administration foreign policy proposals,
pledged the. Democrats to "do
what we think is best for Amer
ica without regard to politics.
As for the Middle East, he sees
these possibilities:
1. United Nations police forces
will move into the Suez area 'in
phases" as the British and French
move out 'in Phases." At
the same time, Israel will with withdraw
draw withdraw from Egyptian territory.
2. Work will begin soon to clear
the canal, probably under a U.N.
commission. Working around the
clock, the canal might be opened
again within 35 days.
' 3. U.N. action should be possible
on a new start toward settling
long-standing Arab-Israeli dis disputes.
putes. disputes. The nearness of war im improved
proved improved chances if settling the
thorny problems.
The Defense Department said
the United States will continue to
rotate bomber wings to and from
overseas bases. But such moves
'will be advertised in advance"
to prevent any mistaken impres impressions
sions impressions about mass flights over the
Atlantic or Pacific.
Massing Of Colors
Tomorrow Morning
.
A I t I f A f
fctenv s
The beautiful service of "The
Massing of the Colors" win be eel
ebrated at the Cathedral of St.
Luke In Ancon tomorrow at 11 o'
clock.
The procession will include color
Guards from the U. S. Armv. U.
S. Navy, U. Hi Marine Corns and
the Boy Scouts of America. Lt.
Gen. William K. Harrison, Com
manding General of the U. S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean will deliver a Mem Memorial
orial Memorial and memorial prayer. Col.
Frank D. Mirier, Commanding Of Officer
ficer Officer at Ft. Kobbe will read the
lesson from the Bible, the Rev.
Dr. John H. Townsend will offi officiate
ciate officiate in the prayer service, the
Rev. Roger E. Greene will lead
the reading of the Psalm and the
Very Rev. Mainert J. Peterson,
Dean of the Cathedral, will deli deliver
ver deliver the sermon and bless the co colors.
lors. colors. At a part of this colorful cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, the colors will be massed
at the altar rail at the close of the
service, and the congregation will
join in with a responsive reading
giving their renewed allegiance to
God and the country for which
thev stand.
The personnel of all the Armed
Forces on the isthmus have been
invited, as well as the members of
the veteran's organizations. It is
a community service that empha
sizes the religious aspects of our
memories of the past and our
- Tirjpw for the future.

RESORTS FOR RENT
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla- HoilSc
ra. Shrapnel's comfortable housct.
Phon Thompcon, Balboa 1772. F0R RENT: Furnithed comfort-
able, wall ventilated chalet. Two
Gramlichs Santa Clara Beach bedrooms, living-dining room,
Cottages. Modern conveniences, bathroom, kitchen 45th East St.
moderat. rat. Phon Gamboa No. 2-241. Phon 3-5351 from
6'44l- 6 p.m. on.
PHILLIPS Occantid Cottages, FOR RENT: Spacious 2 -story
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa. house facing "Beliiario Porrai"
Phone Panama 3-1877. Crista- School, near IJA construction in
aal 3-1673. $, Francisco de la Caleta $70.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge Phone 3-6319.
.hl!M.0ul C" F0R NT:-2-bedreom ch.lt.
tmo. Phone Balboa 1866. Living room, dining room. hitch hitch-Spend
Spend hitch-Spend your weok-endi at Rio m.icfa room. yard, porch.
M.r, th. best bathing beach in p'"9' V Cangr.,o.
th. Republic, with all conv.nl- B3.-.4533 P,Mm or Z'
.nee. Moderat price,. Th new 4348 Balboa.
management ia anxiout to terve FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
YB"' ctor, 4 and 2 bedrooms. 7th
AD DChIT S,,,rt 4, 6olf Heights.
rUR RENT Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.
' Rooms FOR RENT: Furnithed chalet:
2 bedrooms, living room, maid'i
PUR RENT: Nicely furnithed room, porch, garage. Telephone
room with cooking facilities. Bait 3-2575
residential section. 43rd Street
No. 13.
' 'OR RENT: Chalet, ) bd-
fQR RENT: Furnished room, rooms, living room, dining room,
American or European bachelor. garage, maid't room, hot water.
Eitudiant Street No. 14-29, First Ay. "El Carm.n" 122.
Ar? Phon. 3-1332 or 3-1105.

il l S! LT.S ,of JS I?OIor and Merlt Award of lhe Haitian government
rjose with Haitian Ambassador Louis DeCatrel following the award ceremony. Sh6wn above
Hi (A'Kr)HGanWta8Ri0,,Aitu!:0llle the Ambassador, Venezuelan Ambassador Este Este-ban
ban Este-ban Chalbaud Cordova, Juvenal Castrellon, CaPt. Victor Mata, -George w. Westerman and Ar Ar-turo
turo Ar-turo Morgan Morales. r

Curundu Church Set
To Organize Youth;
'No Excuse' Sunday
A new youth group will be or organized
ganized organized tomorrow at 6 p.m. in the
Curundu Protestant Church.
The group will consist of boys
and girls in the fifth, sixth, and
seventh grades. Under the direc direction
tion direction of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Kietz Kietz-man,
man, Kietz-man, and Mrs. Jean Stiles the
group will seek to carry on a well
balanced Christian program.
Tomorrow is "No Excuse Sun Sunday"
day" Sunday" in the Curundu Protestant
Sunday School. The church is look
ing for a large attendance. A goal
of 275 people has been set for the
day. The time of Sunday School is
9:30.
The high school youth will meet
Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Follow Following
ing Following the youth service by both
groups the Evening Gospel Hour
win begin at 7 p.m. The service
will Include a tape recorded mes
sage from Dr. and Mrs. Robert
B. Whit,e, formerly ot uorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital and former members of the
Curundu Protestant ennrcn. nev.
Milton K. Leidig will preach from
the fourth chapter of Esther on the
subject of "When Others Count
On You."
'Cblonenses'
Plan Dance
For Dec. 1
The Colegas Colonenses social
and Sporting Club will hold a cha
cha cha and rock 'n' roll dance at
the Jamaica Society Hall Dec. 1,
beginning at 8 p.m.
Victor Boa and nis orcnesira
will play for the affairs, which has
been billed "A night in Balalaika."
Food and drink will be obtaina obtainable
ble obtainable during the dance.
GOOD RECORD HELPED
TRONDEQUOIT, N. Y. (UP)-Seventy-eight
years without being
arrested proved helpful to Wills J.
Taylor of Irondequbit, N. Y.,
when he appeared in court on a
speeding charge. Judge Leo Mut Mutton
ton Mutton suspended sentence on Taylor
with the hope "you can go another
78 years before you get arrested

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Services For Field
Held In New York
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UP) -Funeral
services were held today
for Marshall Field III, publisher
and philanthropist, who died
Thursday.
About 800 persons attended
the services which were held in
St. James Protestant Episcopal
Church.
Field, 63, was founder of the
Chicago Sun-Times and head of
Field Enterprises, Inc., a holding
company which had invested
invested heavily in magazine and
book publishing businesses as well
as in retail concerns and banks.
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around them, they meet-the arrogant Marine colonel who
had stripped himself of humanity .... the
of the horses-and-huntlng "t",1"
had destroyed the only man she's loved. Call it chemistry
if you will... suddenly for these two there is no past, no
future. And afterwards... betrayed by a man and hy er
own emotions, Lee learns to forgive. And Colin Black lesmi
to beg forgiveness. Their love story is the most inttntate
the screen has yet brought you. The team that created
"Country Girl" and "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" has surpassed
itself, has produced a master-jpieeehat delves ,,d1eei n
the human heart. "THE PrJuD AND PROFANE insta insta-Vision,
Vision, insta-Vision, starring William Holden and Deborah Kerr OPENS
ON NOVEMBER 14 AT THE CfiNTOAL. Besides, see the de de-lightul
lightul de-lightul short "VISTA VISION VISITS PANAMA" and admire
the beauty and color of our country.

Position Offered

WANTED: T.V. technician.
Opening for good benchman If
not experienced do not apply.
For interview phon Television
Americana 2-4616.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Small wooden and
concrete house. Down payment.
10th Street Ne. 19, Parque Le Le-favr.
favr. Le-favr. Phon 3-4055. No deal dealers.
ers. dealers. FOR SALE: Modern houte. I
bedroomt, 2 batba, terrace, etc.,
in Campo Alegrc. Phone' 3-0400
for appointment
Wanted Position
i
HOUSEKEEPER, foreigner, t.ri t.ri-out,
out, t.ri-out, responsible and competent,
seeks employment. Excellent rec recommendations.
ommendations. recommendations. Phone 3-0467,
from 8 a.m.. to 5 p.m.
Flower Arranging
Class Set At T
The fourth lesson in the currenl
classes In flower arrangement will
be held on Monday at 9 a.m. and
7 p.m. at the Balboa YMCA-ySO
Students are requested, to brinj
all the necessary materials f"T
making an arrangement of fresh
cut flowers to this session. W o r
space will be provided so eacr
student can make her arrange
ment for Mrs. Morgan's helpfui a
nalysis. i
Plans are being made for a floyf
er show on Dec. 10.
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New Books

The story of Sinclair Lewis'
early years as a writer is told in
"With Love from Oracle," blog--taphy
by Grace Hegger Lewis,
which is among the books placed
In circulation this week by the
Canal Zone Library.
A sympathetic but candid rec recollection
ollection recollection of this towering figure
during his most important pe period
riod period of his career, the book Is a
document of strong human in interest
terest interest and, in both a literary and
biographical sense, the essential
early record of Sinclair Lewis.
The lilt of books and their au

thors announced this week by

the library follows:
Vnn-firtion The Art of

Problem Solving, Hodnett; Th

Blessings 01 LiDeiy, unaies,
Segregation, Warren; Transitors
handbook, Bevitt; The Unicorn,
and Other Poems, 1935-1955,
Lindbergh; Family at Sea, Cald Caldwell;
well; Caldwell; King James VI and I, Will Will-son;
son; Will-son; With Love from Grade,
Lewis; Richard the Third, Ken Kendall;
dall; Kendall; and Mid-East, Anshen.
Firttnn Beasts and Men.

Fournler; That Egyptian Wom

an, Gerson; stranger irom xne
Tonto, Grey; House at Adampur,
Lall; The Rib of the Hawk,
Marshall- Th Aristocrats. Saint

Pierre; The Year of Love, Run Run-beck:
beck: Run-beck: and The Ilex Avenue.

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Life of Riley

7:39 Stage Shaw
S:M Caesar's Hour

9:00 Highway Patrol

That's My Boy
Milton Berle
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:M CFN News
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7:00 Jack Benny
7:30 Playhouse of Stan
S:00 Toast of The Town
1:00 Appointment with
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:S0 Rod Skelton
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BULLDOG BOOST1N' That's what these four high school
seniors are doing as the football special, an eight-car train,
pulls out of Balboa bound for last night's championship game
at Cristobal. Later, (from bottom to lop), Joe Galloway, Lin Linda
da Linda Jacobs, Carol Perantie, and Bob Hamilton discovered their
cheering hadn't been in vain. They won, 13-0.
(Tom Thompson Photo)

A ROYAL WELCOME Cristobal's football queen Sandra
Motta Sandra I is greeted here oy Tiger co-captains Bill
Rankin and Lamoine Werlein before last night's championship
game against Balboa High School. It was also homecoming for
the Tigers, who were beaten, 13-0, on a muddy field.
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Bulldogs Hit
13-0 At Mt.

Balboa is still football's king here
abouts but the crown rests unea
sy.
The Bulldogs, who won it last
year the easy way, had to go to the
final game of the year last night
to down Cristobal High School s
Tigers, 13-0, for the championship
of the Isthmus.
The shutout ruined Cristobal s
homecoming before a 5,000 crowd
at Mt. Hope Stadium.

Souvenirs, Eats, Remembrances,
For Those At Tivoli Anniversary

A twelve-page program, bearing
on its cover a stylized sketch of
the Tivoli's distinctive great porte porte-cochere
cochere porte-cochere and on its back a drawing
of the old bandstand from which
the ICC band played many con
certs, will be given as a souvenir
to those attending the 50th anni anniversary
versary anniversary celebration at the Tivoli
next Thursday night.
Both front and back covers
have been designed by Paul Colby,
head of the Architectural branch
of the Engineering Division. The
program was put together by a
committee headed by Mrs. C. S.
McCormack of Ancon.
The anniversary celebration
Is open to the general public. No
admission is to be charged.
Seat will be provided in the
ballroom for approximately 500
and light refreshments will be
served later in the Tivoli dining
room, without charge, to those
attending the program.
The celebration will begin at
7:30 p.m. with a' band concert by
the Balboa High School band
which, for the evening, will repre
sent the Isthmian Canal COmmis
sion Bana. rney win give a nait-
hour program of music typical of
the early construction period when
the Tivoli was the center of social
and recreational fife for the Paci
fie Side of the Isthmus.
The main program will begin
at t o'clock in the ballroom.
Fred Da V. Sill will act as mas mas-of
of mas-of ceremonies. Governor W. E.
Parrakeet Awarded
Newspaper Honors
The Balboa High School news newspaper
paper newspaper Parrakeet has again won
the international first place award
issued by the Quill and Scroll socie society
ty society for high school newspapers.
The paper was judged on the
manner In which it influences, in informs,
forms, informs, and entertains the reader,
and as a business enterprise. It re received
ceived received 888 out of a possible 1,000
evaluation points.
The Quill and Scroll especial especially
ly especially commended the Parrakeet for
a column entitled "What's Your
Line..' ', which features vocation vocational
al vocational guidance in the form of inter interviews.
views. interviews. The society also comment commented
ed commented on the editorials, saying they
were "brief, lively, and read readable."
able." readable." The editorial staff for 1955-1956
was under the guidance of Miss
Mary S. Brigham. The editor and
associate editor were Diane Stap Staples
les Staples and Dick Wright, respectively.
Other members of the staff were
Margaret Cleve, Ellen Rathman,
Maria Hackett, Sally Hodges, Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Dillon, Ed Kirchmier, Miner Minerva
va Minerva Herrera, Norma Harmon, John
Reynolds, Owen Sutherland, and
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Hope
Details of the gam art on the
sports page).
Balboa won It with touchdowns
in the second and fourth quarters
by end Larry Siegel and fullback
Bruce Bateman.
Mud turned the first half into a
near-farce of fumbles, with the
ball changing hands during the
first quarter five times in 10 plays
Potter, who will speak brelfly
and introduce Maurice H.
Thatcher, on;y surviving mem-
bar of the Isthmian Canal Com
mission, who is coming to the
Canal Zone specially for th Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli celebration. Mr. Thatcher
will reminisce on early days on
tho Isthmus.
After the speeches a seven-scene
pageant renacting outstanding bite
of ths Tivoli s history, will be pre
sen ted in the ballroom. The pa
geant has been arranged and is
being directed by Victor Herr and
Don Musselman of the Balboa
High School faculty.
17-Year-0ld Gels
Life Sentence
For Stabbing Girl
GREEN BAY, Wis., Nov. 10
(UP) John Williams, 17,
changed his plea to guilty in a
surprise move today and was
sentenced to life in prison for
the fatal stabbing of Dorothy
Vander Leest, 17.
As he was led away he said,
"I'm sorry I did it."
Williams was charged with
first degree murder in the stab stabbing
bing stabbing of Dorothy Vander Leest in
the Beaumont Hotel here Sept.
15. The youth fled to California,
where he later gaye himself to
authorities. He admitted stab stabbing
bing stabbing the girl, but could give no
reason except that he did not
want her to go out with anyone
else.
Williams and the girl had nev never
er never dalted. They worked in the ho hotel
tel hotel together.
US Rubber Industry
May Get More Time
For Stockpiling
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The government may give the
rubber industry additional time to
replenish supplies for the strategic
stockpile as a result of the Suez
crisis, informed sources said to today.
day. today. The government exchanges rub rubber
ber rubber in the stockpile for new
supplies on a regular rotation bas basis
is basis to prevent stockpiled rubber
from deteriorating. Some rubber
is shipped through the Suez
Canal and some across the Pacific
to West and Gulf Coast ports.

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32nd TEAR

Red Cross Barred From Budapest
As Quickie Courts Deal 'Justice

US Marines-Biggest Blood
On Isthmus-Observe

Hundreds Expecfed Tomorrow

At Atlantic Side VFW Service

Arrangements were declared
ito be complete today to accom
modate an anticipated hundreds
of persons at the two-day Veter Veteran's
an's Veteran's Day observance on the At
lantic Side of the isthmus to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon ait which Oov.
W. E. potter will speak.
Sponsored by the Mutual Aid
Club and some 15 cooperating
community groups, the exten extensive
sive extensive observance will include
Field Day exercises at the
Rainbow City School play playground
ground playground and the Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon program at the Rainbow
G'ty School Gymnasium.
A special reduced round-trip
fare has been authorized oh the
Panama Railroad to transport
the large number of persons ex
pected to cross the Isthmus to
participate in the activities ar
ranged by the resluents of tne
Latin American communities
and given the full cooperation
of Canal Zone civilian and mill mill-tary
tary mill-tary officials.
Reduced fare tickets, which
w'll be rood for the two days;
are for those attending the ob observance
servance observance and must be secured
from the sponsoring organisa organisations
tions organisations prior to boarding the
trains. The special tickets will
not be available to individual
purchasers from the Panama
Railroad ticket offices or from
conductors. Arrangements to
secure the tickets can be made
by telephoning Frank Burke at
4-487 in the Canal Zone or
Benjamin Soley at 2-2866 in
the Canal Zone.
Guests at the colorful Sunday
afternoon activities will be mem members
bers members of the Army Mother's Club
made up of the mothers of boys
of West Indian origin who have
served in the Armed Forces. Ap Appropriate
propriate Appropriate music for the event
will be iurnlshed by the Fort
Gulick Army Band and by the
Alumni Glee Club under the di direction
rection direction of Miss Emily Butcher.
A feature of (tomorrow's pro program
gram program will be the presentation

Television Enters Homes From Class;
CZone Schools Air School Scene

The Division of Schools of the
Canal Zone Government is un undertaking
dertaking undertaking a unique project in
observance of American Educa Education
tion Education Week, Nov. 11-17.
For the first time in history
the Canal Zone schools will
make extended use of televi television
sion television in order to bring class
room activities into the fami family
ly family living room. Visitors' Day
has been a nermanent feature
of American Education Week
in the local schools for many
years, but school officials have
realised that many parents
have been unable to visit the
schools on these days because
of the nature of their work or
household responsibilities.
The Schools Division hopes
that through the medium of tel television
evision television all parents will be able
to observe some of the types of
learning activities and methods
used in our schools.
The educational series is to
be telecast live from the CFN
studio at 4:30 p.m. daily from
Monday through Friday. The
programs, which are represen representative
tative representative of the different levels and
various phases of education,
have been planned by Edward
P. O'Connell, supervisor of sec secondary
ondary secondary instruction, canal Zone
Schools.
The schedule of programs is
as follows:
Monday Introduction of the
series by Sigurd E. Esser, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of schools; a grade
one reading circle conducted by
Mrs. Dona Helmerichs of Gatun
School with Susan Sawyer, Judy
O b e r h o ltzer, Susan Hlrons,
Wayne Sparkling, Stephen Ra Ra-del,
del, Ra-del, Phillip Whitney, and Kirk
Stratford of the Gatun 8chool
participating.
Tuesday 'Commentary on

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INDEPENDENT iHfc DAILY NEWSPAPER

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1956

of annual awards made by the
Mutual Aid Club. The three a a-wards
wards a-wards will be presented by Mrs.
ceciua Richards, Benjamin So Soley,
ley, Soley, and Ellis Pawcett to three
recipients whose names will be
revealed at the time of the pres presentation.
entation. presentation. Presiding over the program
will be Owen B. Shirley. Fa Father
ther Father F. King will deliver the
Invocation; Frank Burke,
opening remarks; Dan O'Neii,
Department Commander of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars,
special remarks; George Jos Joshua,
hua, Joshua, closing remarks; and the
Rev. David A. Morgan, bene benediction.
diction. benediction. President Jefferson Joseph of
the Rainbow city Civic Council
has issued a statement urging
all residents of the Atlantic Side
communities to be present for
the Sunday afternoon observ observance
ance observance and welcoming all visitors
to Rainbow city for the memo memorial
rial memorial observance.
Ex-Secret Service
Guard In Trouble;
Took A 'Vacation'
MIAMI BEACH, Noy. 10 (UP)-
A tormer secret service bodyguard
to President Roosevelt was arrest arrested
ed arrested here yesterday for violating
his federal prison parole.
Police said they found Stanley
John Barczak of Pittsburgh "liv
ing it up' by himself, with his
family still in Pittsburgh. A con
dition of the parole issued Bar
czak early thh year was that he
bring his wife and two children
with him on a vacation here.
Barczak is a former secret serv
ice man and former internal reve
nue agent He was sentended to
give years In prison in 1953 for
bribery and forgery in bis Inter
revenue work, police said.
He will be returned to Pitts
burgh by U. S. Marshals.
the elementary Spanish pro program,
gram, program, by Miss Ruth Hoke, fol followed
lowed followed by an actual i classroom
lesson taught by Mrs. Marcela
Diaz to Betsy Mallory, Margie
Morris, Barbara Dombrowsky,
Billy Mounts, Mary Ann Nita,
Martin Holmes, Kaye Sergeartt,
Nancy Wenborne, William Arev,
and George Fitzgerald, sixth
grade pupils at Balboa Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary School.
Wednesday Paul Beck, prin principal
cipal principal of Cristobal Junior-Senior
Hieh School will conduct a pro program
gram program based on the extra-curricular
activities sponsored by the
secondary schools. Under) the di direction
rection direction of Fred flaur, the follow following
ing following students will appear on the
program: John McGraw, Kathy
Cox, Claire White, Terry Louis,
Judy Griffon, Jean Chambers,
Joanne McCaffery, Ben Dials,
Frank Montalvo, Davis Haw Hawthorne.
thorne. Hawthorne. Sandra Motta. Steffle
Beck, Mary Morland, Billy Ran Rankin,
kin, Rankin, Lemolne Werlein, Barbara
Gegg, and Brian Cos. Cristobal
mascot Dale Scotlt will also be
on the program.
Thursday Dewitt Myers and
future scientists Diane Jacobs,
Robert Strumpf, Richard Wright
and Joseph Pustis of Balboa
High School will put on an ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of physical science depiet depiet-lne
lne depiet-lne the world of the atom.
Friday The counseling staffs
of Balboa and Cristobal High
Schools, consisting; of Miss Ma Marie
rie Marie Weir, Harold J. Zierten, Miss
Adamary Anderson, and Carl
Maed will show how they help
students solve their problems.
Nancy Acly and Bill Brunner of
Balboa High School and Marie!
Bleakley and Fred Johnson of
Cristobal High School will pre-
'sent typical student problems.

Read

American
country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Donors
Anniversary
Local U.S. marines here will
celebrate birthday No. 181 to
night with their annual ball and
a colorful ceremony.
The party will be held at the
Marines Barracks at Rodman
Naval Station and for men
who've been selected for promo
tion, it will be a bigger night.
Col. George N. Carroll, Marine
commanding officer here, has
signed warrants promoting eight
men.
They are: SSgt. Arthur C.
Perry, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Sgt.
Robert E. Harms, Miami, Fla.;
Cpl. John F. Bogan, New York
City; Lawrence W. Dingier,
States vllle, N,C; Cpl. John F.
Ridley, Detroit, Mich.; Cpl. Leo
R. Ferris, Fall River, Mass.; Cpl.
John L. Butler, High Point, N.C.:
Cpl. Jerry L. Browning, Mann,
W.Va.
The Marine Corps is made up
of approximately 200,000 officers
and men, with the primary mis mission
sion mission of having a force in readi readiness
ness readiness against danger at any and
all times.
Local Marines were assigned
the task of round-the-clock as
sistance in guarding the Ambas Ambassador's
sador's Ambassador's residence during Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's Panama visit
for the meeting of American
Presidents.
They also are one of the high highest
est highest groups of blood donors in
Panama and the Canal Zone,
with a spokesman estimating
that of 500 blood emergency
donors last year, the Marine
Corps gave 425 pints.
i j
Weslerman Leaves
Tomorrow For UN
As Panama Delegate
Panama City newsman George
W. Westerman is scheduled to
leave for New York to attend
the General Assembly of the
United Nations as one of the
delegates of tne republic of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. During the past fortnight,
Westerman received several dis distinctions
tinctions distinctions from local and U.S. or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. First he was admit
ted to the American Academy
of Political science, then he was
awarded the Medal of Merit by
the Colon Eloy Alfaro Founda Foundation
tion Foundation of Ecuador.
,The third distinction came
early !this week, when he was in
ducted into the Haitian Order of
Honor and Merit with the grade
of "Officer."
Naval Plane Down
With Ten Missing
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Nov. 10
(UP) A U. S. Navy patrol
bomber with 10 men aboard is
missing in the Atlantic Ocean
north of Bermuda, the Navy an
nounced today.
The P5M bomber, on a routine
training flight, was last heard
i i x ".1. i
irom ihsi nigni, wnen n raaioea a
position report from a point 350
miles north if this British Atlantic
colony.
Coast Guard planes based on
Bermuda, are searching the area,
and shipping has been notified.

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you'll say; M nk I
"How Did II
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JAMES MASON BARBARA RUSH

ALSO: The exciting views of the first a
tomic submarine "The Nautilus" in the

wonderful Cinemascope short

HE DECK

slory on page 6

FIVE CENTS
VIENNA, Nov. 10 (UP)
Hungarian Communists refused
entry today to western medical
aid for bleeding Budapest.
Communist guards blocked an
International Red Cross convoy
of 15 trucks carrying food, med medical
ical medical supplies, doctors and nurs nurses.
es. nurses. They halted the convoy at
the border crossing point at
Klingenbach on the road to So So-pron.
pron. So-pron. The Reds flatly refused per.
mission for the Red Cross unit
to cross the frontier and said
all Red Cross relief supplies
most be channeled through
Communist Yugoslavia.
The convoy with a crew of "t
Germans, left here yesterday
and reached the border last
night. The Reds first announced
they must contact Budapest for
instructions before allowing it
to enter. Later they replied that
all Red Cross convoys must go
through Yugoslavia and be in inspected
spected inspected there before entering
Hungary.
Negotiations between convoy
commander E. W. Meyer and the?
Reds continued throughout the
night and morning but the
Communists remained adamant
Budapest radio said "flying
courts" have been set up to
deal w thln 24 hours with eas eases
es eases of murder, theft, arson and
"all crimes resulting from the
unauthorised possession of
arms."
A decree said they win enforce
the law In such a way that, "a
deterrent effect is achieved." It
made no mention of specific
penalties."
The threat of reprisals touch
ed off a new mass flight of refu refugees
gees refugees from the revolt-torn coun country.
try. country. A total of 3,900 fleeing Hun Hungarians
garians Hungarians arrived in Austria yes yesterday
terday yesterday and today, and officials
here said the people of whole
villages are arriving en masse.
Mual
Potlenea Is ..the ort of losing
your temper a little ot o time.
I Weather Or Not
This weather report, fer the 24
hours ending I a. p., tealay, it pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrojraphic Branch ef the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CWSTOIAL
TEMMRATURf:
Hieh
Lew

17 14
71 75
95 94
5 75
.NW17 NWI
f 0 .61
V,
0 12

HUMIDITY:
Hieh
Lew
WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (.inches)
WATH TIMP
(inner harbors)
SUNDAY, NOVIMBcR 1 1
HIGH
9:27 a.i
10:12 su
LOW
J:42 a.m.
4:02 p.m.
PRICES: .75 .40
-TODAY-
1:30, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 p.m.
"BIGGER THANJJFE"