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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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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AN INDEPENDENT H DAHY NEWSPAPER
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Panama American
"Let fie people know the truth and the country is $afeu Abraham Lincoln.
CANADIAN WHISKY
riVt CENlt
12nd TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1I5

.

Antonio Arias'
Funeral Tomorrow
Dr. Harmodio Aria, former President of Panama and publisher of the Panama
American, is expected at Tocumen airport about 8 o'clock tonight with the body. of his
youngest eon Antonio, killed in yesterday's 25-dath Guest Airlines crash in Nicaragua.
Also aboard the special plane from Managua will be two of Dr. Aries's sons Dr.
Harmodio Arias, Jr. and Dr. Gilberto Arias, who flew to Nicaragua with their father
early lthis morning. Antonio's third brother, Roberto, is Panamanian Ambassador in
London. "4
Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in Cristo Rey Church, where
tye body will be taken after a-riva! here this evenings Burial will follow at 10 a.m. in

the Jardin de Paz, Parque Lefevre.

Plans To Unblock Suez

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rm last cmia oi iormer rrew-

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ANTONIO ARIAS
ANTONIO ARIAS
LOVED TO FLY

Antonio -Manuel Arias Guardla
as born on June 25, 1924, in the
city of Panama. He was the filth

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and

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Panama Arnfl

cohsultaht m the

climaxed by the 19&5 u.a.-ran-ama
Treaty.
As a child Antonio attended
elementary school in Ancon, C.Z.
After graduation he received his
college preparatory training at
the Peddie School in New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey before entering Harvard U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity where he graduated In
economics.
A vivacious, intrepid and fun fun-loving
loving fun-loving boy, Tony" learned to fly
at the age of 12 under tutorship
of the late Marcos A. Gelabert,
pioneer of civil aviation on the
Isthmus. HlSvlove for flying con continued
tinued continued during and after his
school years, during which he
obtained a private pilot's license.

tizi

During the administration
of his uncle, ex-President Ar Ar-nulfo
nulfo Ar-nulfo Arias, he served as Di Director
rector Director of Civil Aviation and in instituted
stituted instituted a series of improve improvements
ments improvements to regulations govern governing
ing governing civilian flying in Panama.
Mr. Arias married Graciela
Campagnanl, daughter of a pro prominent
minent prominent Panamanian family, in
1952. He gave up flying as a pi pilot
lot pilot after the birth of his first
child, Antonio Manuel Jr., age
3. A second child was born to the
young Arias couple one year and
a half ago.

Antonio, one of the pioneers f

Of the Panama fishing industry,
was president of the Cooperativa

Pesquera de Panama, S.A., and
a member of the board of di

rectors of the Panama Tobacco

Co.. the first Panama firm to go

into the cigarette making busi business.
ness. business. During his brief lifetime,
Antonio Manuel made many
friends both in business and
social life in Panama, the
United States, Latin America
and Europe.
Widely known in his home homeland,
land, homeland, he was well liked by even
the lowliest of his employes and

all persons who came in contact
with him in any phase of his

activities.
In addition to his parents. Mr.
Arias is survived by his brothers,
Harmodio Jr., general manager

of The Panama, American Press,

Inc.: Roberto. Panamanian Am

bassador to London, and Gilber Gilberto,
to, Gilberto, who shares a law office with

their father and Dr. octavio Fa

brega. All three surviving bro

thels have doctor's degrees m

la

Mr. Arias is also survived by

hi sister, Mrs. Rosario Arias

Galindo. the wife of Gabriel Ga

lindo, nephew of President Er

nesto de la Guardla, jr.
Now Give Me Back
Mv O el

GARFIELD, N. J. N"v. 16 (UP)
Martin Resnick, 19, r '-- 'ed guil guilty
ty guilty Wednesday to a tr"
He rto!e the magistrate's gavel
when he appeared in court last
tionth

Killed with Antonio in the

blazing DC-4 crash near Puerto
Somoza were Rogello Alvarez,
26, and Maria Osegueda, 20, who
had been married in Panama
only a few hours before, and

were bound for a honeymoon in
Mexico.

Surviving Antonio are his

mother, Mrs. Rosario Guardla

Arias, his sister, Mrs. Rosario
Arias Galindo, his wife, Mrs.

Graciela Campagnanl Anas and

two children, Antonio Manuel

Jr.. 3. and Graciela. 1.

Antonio, 32, was the youngest

of Dr. Arias' children.-

The fatal Guest Airlines flight

was bound from Tocumen to

Mexico City via Guatemala.

In Nicaragua today rescue

crews were moving over rough

mountain country 35 miles

northwest of Managua in the
task of identifying and bringing

out 'the bodies of the victims.
Of the 20 passengers and
crew of five, only one passen passenger
ger passenger lived through the actual
crash. A crop-dusting plane
flown by John O'Nell of Sa Sarasota,
rasota, Sarasota, Fla., landed in a near nearby
by nearby clearing. O'Neill made his
way up the beaVly-woeded
slope to the crash site, brought
out the only still-living pas passenger,
senger, passenger, and flw him te Leon.

From Leon the pasesnger

nown to Managua in a n

r piloted by US Army Lt. Or

nuago of the 937th

onrpany, staJtloned

US military mission
gua.

Rantiairn returned tnth crash

site later, but could not put his
helicopter down at the site. He

landed on a nearby salt flat ana
pushed through the undergrowth
to the still-smoldering ruins,
where he found at least 19 bodies.

Santiago and Lt. Donald E.

Foley, another Army helicopter
pilot, were heading up today's

mission to tne etasn site.
The only American listed a a-board
board a-board was Fred McHeil, whose
hometown was noft immediately
available.
The plane crashed eight mjles
northeast, of Puerto Somoza. Its
charred (wreckage was spotted
by a Pan American World Air Airways
ways Airways pilot and O'Neill. Both ra

dioed NIcaraguan authorities
and air and land patrols were
ordered immediately to the
scene.
U.S. Ambassador Thomas Whe Whe-lan
lan Whe-lan left Managua for Leon last
night to await arrival Qf the
rescue squads.
Guest Airlines, which has Us
main office in Mexico City, op operates
erates operates chiefly in the Caribbean
aila.

The passenger list released
here last night by the Guest

Airways office was as ibhows:

Antonio Arias, 32, Panama

nian, i
Rogelio Alvarez. 26, Panama-

Marta Osegueda, 20, Salvado

rean.
Fred McHiel, 50, North American.

Gregorio Laguna, 47, Colom

blan.

Beatriz de Gonzalez, 38, Co Colombian.
lombian. Colombian. Rafael Garcia, 26, Mexican,
nian.

Margaret Kerkhoff, 40, Ger
man.
Hems. Fischer, 38. Austrian.

Cecilia Fischer, 25, Colombiaa

Clara Fischer, 2, Colombian.
Lucy de Uribe, 32, Colombian
Tomas Torres, 36, Argentine.
Juan Brai, 48, Argentine.
Angel Gloda, 46, Argentine.
, Heraldo Wiegrebe, W, Argen Argentine.
tine. Argentine. Adolfo Wiegrebe, 25, Argen-
tine.

Ruth Paganini, 45, Argentine.

Maria Wicker, 25, Mexican.
Patricir Meza, 3, Mexican.
The Mexican crew were:

Cantain Armanco Galaz, pilot;

Mario Novoa, co-pilot; Patricia

Turkacler and irma Jimenez
stewardesses, and Hector Garza,

stewad.

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ENJOYING THE PUN The President and the Governor's
Lady joined in the romantic nostalgia of last night's Tivoli
birthday party. Behind Mrs. Pot$fr and Mr. De la Guardla
is presidential aide Raul Arias. tW..:.'

W YORK, Nov. 16-(UP)

nv-nve inousana memocio

of the international Longshore-

Leaders of some 35,000 mem

bers of (the independent union
in other east coast ports from
Maine to Texas began reporting
early today that they would
follow a general strike order is issued
sued issued last night by ILA presi president
dent president Capt. William V. Bradley.
At Balboa Heights it was an announced
nounced announced the SS Cristobal will
sail from Cristobal tomorrow
on schedule.
The SS Panama arrived In
New York at 7:30 a.m. today.
Passengers and baggage dis disembarked.
embarked. disembarked. The SS Ancon saMed south-,
bound from New York yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Consensus of opinion In ship shipping
ping shipping circles is that the strike
may not be a long one. If it

ends by the middle of next
week the Panama Line sched schedule
ule schedule will not be disrupted.

Mayor Robert F. Wagner sum

moned union and employer rep

resentatives and federal media mediators
tors mediators to meet in his office at 11
a.m. EST. All agreed to meet.
Bradley's statement, Issued
after he met with representa representatives
tives representatives of the New York Shipping
Association (NY8A) and federal
mediators, said, "The union has

declared a strike for all ports
whose contracts expire starting

mianignt, nov. 15.
"All officers, members and lo

cals affected are Instructed to

conduct an orderly and peaceful

strike until our demands ate
won. United, and with the help
of God, we shall win."
The longshoremen were ex expected
pected expected to set up picket lines on
the piers before their usual 8

a.m. "shape up" time.

No Room

v-n iron

i

Man Who Hit

Schoolgirl
. s
Is Senfejpced

A fine of $100Jnd a five-day

jail term, susflmded, were im

posed in Bfibea Magistrate's

Court today ah a driver who fall

ed to stojs- Deiore passing a
school bnjwhich had stopped on

a Canal zone street for tne pur purpose
pose purpose o discharging passengers.

SB? I

te John E. Demlng sus-

led the lail term contingent

there being no repetition of

le offense.

The defendant was Walde Walde-mar
mar Walde-mar Richard Zirkman, 53, A A-merican,
merican, A-merican, whose ear hit 12-year-old
Karen Schmidt on
Empire Street last week.

The accident occurred at 12:03

p.m. during a heavy rainstorm
as Karen dashed from the bus
toward her home.
She suffered a lacerited arm
and other inlurles forVhich she
was hospitalized briefly.
The specific charge on which
Zirkman was convicted was
that he did "upon overtaking"
a school bus stopped on a
highway for the purpose of
discharging passengers unlaw unlawfully
fully unlawfully fail to stop his) vehicle
immediately before passing
said school bus."
After hearing zlrkman's statement-
a oiea.of "not guilty" was

a ay i

Port Said Area

ranee Time:

Weeks

Clea

Several

PORT SAID, Nov. 16 (UP) Britain today annoim annoim-d
d annoim-d formation of a joint Anglo-French command to clew
the Suez Canal.
The announcement indicated work would proceed
from both ends of the 101 -mile waterway now blocked by

sunaen snips.

A large number of salvage ships was expected at this

northern end of trie Canal Sunday and more were com

ing from east of Suez.
The announcement pointed out that 20 ships weft

sunk in the Port Said area, now held by British and French

torces, and nine more in the remainder of the Canal
which is in Egyptian hands.
Ffench Rear Adm. Jean Champion will head the
clearing operation, critish authorities said.
"We should have the channel cleared in the Port Said
area within several weeks with fuck," Champion told r

porters here.

Information Department,

As Crowd Packs Tivoli

Almost, everybody was to be

seen at the Tivoli last night. So
much so that regular residents
could hardly find a seat "Out On
The Big Front Porch."

The Preswent ana nis may

came early.
Airpndv on hand to welcome

them were the Governor and his

lady, and thpir daughter.
Maurice H. Thatcher, who

served on the Isthmian canai
Commission, when the waterway
and the Tivoli were young, was

the chief speaker for tne nost nost-elry's
elry's nost-elry's 50th Birthday Party.

Mrs. Thatcher, wno accompa accompanied
nied accompanied her husband from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, was also an honored
guest.
Frederick De V. Sill, a distin distinguished
guished distinguished hero of World War I and
a retired employe of the Canal,
made the introductory remarks.

Hundreds of people had worked

to make the Tivoli celebration
the roaring success it was. A-

mong them was Phil Thornton,

who served as general coordin

ator. .
Playing seven stirring march marches
es marches and songs that were first
played on the Isthmus at Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Canal Commission Band
Concerts, the Balboa High
School Band set the fast pace
for the party. They wore cos costumes
tumes costumes reminiscent of the pre pre-1911
1911 pre-1911 era.
Gov. William E. Potter wel welcomed
comed welcomed the guests, speaking in
the role of President Theodore
Roosevelt, whose impending ar arrival
rival arrival at the Tivoli in 1906 caus caused
ed caused it to be rushed into readi

ness.

Still speaking as Roosevelt,

Potter greeted "President .Man

uel Amador Guerrero" Pana-

entered on his behalf by 4 the

iftund guilty ol

":V"

the of

ma's first President in the per

son of President Ernesto de la
Guardla Jr.

Thatcner struck an interna international
tional international .&ord in his address.
Voicing hi delight at being back
(Continued on Page 12)
CZ Concessionaire
Bought Meal From
Unapproved Source
Violation, of the CanaL Zone

anitation regulations pertaining
to the purchase of foodstuffs
from approved suppliers result resulted
ed resulted in a $25 fine in Cristobal Ma Magistrate's
gistrate's Magistrate's Court yesterday.
The defendant was Chen Ah
Chong, 51, a Chinese operating
the concession at the Elks Club

restaurant on the Atlantic side.

This was the first violation of
the sanitary regulation issued
Feb. 7, 1955, which stipulates
that any establishment in the
Canal Zone which is operated by
or for any government agency or
public or private organization
and which regularly serves or
sells food or beverages shall pro procure
cure procure food or beverages for serv serving
ing serving or sale from suppliers listed
as an approved source of supply.
The punishment for violation
of the regulation is a fine of not
more than $25, or Imprisonment
for not more than 30 days, or
both.
The concessionaire Was charg charged
ed charged with purchasing meat from
other than a recognized source
and previously had been warned

against continuing this practice.

Soldier On Darien
Mapping Mission
Cut By Machete
A member of an Army team
helping map the route of tfr
pan American Highway through
the Darien Jungles Is being
flown back, to the Canal Zone
today, seriously injured from
machete wound.
Sfc Robert L. Simmerson, pla

toon sergeant from Heaaquar Heaaquar-ters
ters Heaaquar-ters and Headquarters Co. of
the 20th Infantry at Fort Kob-

be, is returning via an Army
plane which was dispatched
deep irtlo Darien after notifica notification
tion notification here of the mishap. Sim Simmerson,
merson, Simmerson, it is assumed, cut him himself
self himself badly while hacking a jun

gle trail.

Simmerson is one of 35 men

assisting Manama in mpyi"K

therterritory. The sergeant nas
beensin Darien for most of the
past i&ee months since the pro program
gram program l3an, the Army said.
Henry Donovan

Returns From
Emergency Trip
Henry L. Donovan, Civil Af
fairs Director, returned late

Work now under way in the

port said area is being done by tt Egyptian Oovernmen

Brrcisn Koyai Nayy crews uvwut rejecww any

French Jx -T quesi to

y have been

h Dutch ana

salvage firms to

assist the British and French.
Egyptian authorities have
stated that no salvage Work
will be started until the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French forces clear ou t of
Egypt.

mads in GettetOR wit

Mrarmsh private

Egyptian President Gamal Ab Ab-dei
dei Ab-dei Nasser Will insist in talks

with. Dag Hammarskjold that
Anglo-French (troops must leave

Egypt at once and that this
question must be divorced from

any otner consmerauon or ine
Suez problem, informed sources
said today.
The U.N. secretary-general left
Capodlchino airport outside Na Naples
ples Naples today for Abu Sweir in the

Canal Zone with 50 Colombian

soldiers and expected to reach

Cairo later today. Egypt was

sending a plane to the former

RAF base to fly him to Cairo.

Informed sources said the
Egyptian government's v'ew is
that it will refuse to allow

withdrawal of the Ant lo-

French troops to be made con conditional
ditional conditional on a final settlement
of such political problems as
Suez navfegtlonal and control
and a final Palestine peace
settlement.

Nasser feels the British and

French must withlraw their ar armies
mies armies before serious discussion of
other problems can begin, the
sources said.
They added that as long as
the United Nations works to

ward the peaceful withdrawal of
the Anglo-French forces the
Egyptian government will retain
confidence in U.N. effectiveness.

But If Egypt loses faith in tnls

CRASH VICTIMS Newly-weds Mr. and Mrs. Rogello Alvarea
are show here shortly 'after their wedding yesterday in Cristo
Rey Church. A few hours later they were killed the plane
crash which took 23 more lives near Puerto Somoza, Nicaragua.

One-Way Traffic
On Gaillard
Portion Monday

Gaillard Highway between Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Crossing and Corozal Crossing
will be limited to one-way traffic

northbound effective 8 o'eioek
Monday, it has been announced bv

... .

line Maintenance engineer.

That section of the rosd is to
bo limited to one-way traffic far
a period of approximately four
weeks In order to permit Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Division forces to place
an asphalt overlay and accom accomplish
plish accomplish other necessary read main-
, tenence. Southbound traffic will
usO Birth Read durine this period.

The work being done between

Diablo Crossing and Corozal Cross
ing is a continuation of the main

tenance and repair work which
was completed recently between

Tivoli Crossing snd Diablo Cross
lng.

eency trip

had been called last week be because
cause because of the sudden death ofi a
brother.
During hU absence J times
Marshall was Acting Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Director.
r

ruled out.

These alternatives, it was
said, include the bringing in
of Soviet volunteers.
In that connection, Col. Abdel
Kader Hotem, director of the

tont of

fha

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BsV B I

(NEA Telephoto)
BEGIN CLEARING SUEZ CANAL Sunken sh'ps block the northern entrance to the 8uez
Canal at Port Said as a salvage vessel (center) begins operrations to remove a wreck, partial partially
ly partially obscured behind it. Egyptian forces are reported to have sunk 21 ships in the waterway
as they retreated' south before the Anglo-French invasion force.

., .aseanwniie tne
Canal, the onlv sot

water for port Said. aoDarant

wm sabotaged last night, offlw
cial British sources said today,
The t ab o t e u r s apparently
breached the banks of the canat,
draining off Its precious watar
supply, it was not immediatejjr
established how much of the wa water
ter water was being lost.
The Sweetwater Canal runsa-

cross Egypt to bring fresh waj
from the Nile river to the des

city of Port Said.

No Volunteers'
From Soviet

Egypt OKs Polk

MOSCOW, Nov. 16 (UP) -The
Soviet Union is unlikery to send
"volunteers" to the Middle East if
the United Nations opposes Wm
step, Western diplomats said hero

This was the conclusion drai

from the relatively mild

Soviet Premier Nikolai Bu'gsr

mast recent notes to Brita

Pranra and tsrsal. Thav said i

Soviet Union wsi apparently raft,
dy te accept tha United Nations

police force if Egypt does.

inese oDservers said it was,

parent that the most danee

point of the Middle East c r i i

was at least temporarily pas

Meanwhile, mass meetings

porting Egypt continued throughout
the country and many additional
factories resolved to work two ix ix-tra
tra ix-tra hours daily as a contribution

w aiu lvr .a;ii.

.M,

LSU Announces

4 Fall (ou

Louisiana State University
announced that the second
term of their '956 Caribbean

gram will be held from
1956 to Feb. 1957.

Registration for all mil

personnel, their dependents ;

all U.S. citzens will take pla

the fort tiayton and

P'ducation centers on Nov.
from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. TV

.
LSU is offering four coursej,
Sp.n.th lb. Hiit.ry 2. History
and Speech SI.
.
Spanish lb is a continuation af
Spanish la "Beginning Spanish"
History 2 is "history of Western
civilization." It is a survsjB
movements and institutions, that
contributed most to present dy
civilization.

History 128 is "Recent Ameri

History. However, this eous

only avaiiaoie to junior ana

level students.

Speech 51 is an introdi

course in public speaking,

1

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letter trtm reader.
THANKS TO "H.R.B."
Sir:

I must confess tliat I was becoming a bit dowa in tne neart
at the long silence of my Republican friends, but now they have
cheered me up.
I was beginning to hope that they had repented and become
good Democrats or that no one was reading my letters but Matt

vein ana me taiior 01 uie iwnii
war. hnldine their fire, nossibly
But along comes H.R.B. with

good that it is really flattering. I nappen to De n 01 tne jvihsiu
of the Mournful Countenance. Mounting me on an ass, H.L.B.
really makes me Sancho Panza, and I am happy to serve Don
Quixote, as his squire. ,,,. ,,
H.L.B. is right about "the battle with windmills," especially
muv. rfr.ne. rn T.en Hall Senator Barrv QoldWater. ex-Senator

George Bender, ex-Senator Herman Welker and Vice President

Nixon, i .u
Reference to "the sheep" is also very pat in view of the mil million.,
lion., million., who voted for Gen. Elsenhower. Like H.L.B., in weak mo

ments, I am guilty of making rhymes, but usually they are "top

secret. I can stand a going over Dy uoi. Dump, mwibuv, ci ai, im
my politics but it would break my heart to have a "poem" crlt crlt-fcused.
fcused. crlt-fcused. I had been toying with a political couplet, but the elec election
tion election spoiled it. It ran;
' "The Republican Party hopes to stay In
On a coat tail, a wave and a grin. ."
But, you see, the election showed that Ike left his coat tail
tt the White House, the Burning Tree Golf Olub, or at the most
prosperous farm in the U.S., so only Ike and Nixon et at stayed
in, and th Congress went Democratic, the lower House by some
238 to 197 members.
Sir. have vou noticed the number of Mall Box Republicans

earhnared to Democrats? Two

writer, compared to the estimable Colonel Blimp, Mahout. H.L.B.
and the fellow who voted for Nixon, all amonymous Republicans.
I wonder what's become of Col. Blimp. I'm afraid he became so
full of gas that he has exploded.
Crede Calhoun.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
'Sir:-
This weekend holiday has brought the usual heavy toll in
auto accidents and up in the twenties for Texas. We spent the
day in Comal, the adjoining country, with her network of roads
through a scenic country, that is hard to beat. After going to two
restaurants where we had eaten, before in New Brunsfield and
found them closed, we found one open and asked why the others
wire closed. Reason: no business, and that doesn't look like pros prosperity
perity prosperity to me.
Followed the Guadalupe Rtver'Mn the. "jhftMosed dam site,

fflI AnTn0 10 FM; R
mi tne Dig nowmg springs nave
(r to the Comal River, come
water to run tne uomai uotton

ter from the Guadalupe to keep the mill alive.
The people up there want you to gee their country and at
every intersection have signs directing you to other points of in interest.
terest. interest. After loading ihe car with fancy rocks for daughter's rock
garden, we returned home another route, checked our mileage
and found we were short about 200 miles, from what I could gee
the farmers up that way are prosperous as their houses were in
nice shape and most were newlv painted.
The political muddle Is still unsettled and Senator Daniel
Price Intends to change as he pleases. The change would suit me
but it would be hard for Sam Rayburn and his diehards to take
We should know what they intend to do in another week.
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By VICTOR RUSH.

DALLAS After ambling down
to the heart of Texas, you begin
to discover Uut not all the Lone
Star State oil could -have
smoothed the turbulent waters
which shook the Stevenson cam
paign headquarters in the weeks
before election.
The turbulence was. caused by
a light over Adiai Stevenson s in
sistence on making an issue of
the H-bomb, This split the Ste
venson strategists. It lined up the
professional politicians against
tne amateurs. It cut his clos closest
est closest labor supporters into feuding
camps with the old-line AFL
people battling with most of the
CIO "crowd" led by Walter Reu-
ther.
As you travel across country aft
er election, you begin to believe
what many labor leaders are
saying: Tha: Stevenson lost mil millions
lions millions of votes deep in the heart
01 America because he appeared
to be advocating the junking of
the hydrogen bomb. Many a la labor
bor labor chief is convinced that this
was especially true in labor ranks.
The feuflVbegar. rocking what
Stevenson hmed would be his ship
of state whelk fcrmer ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to India Chester Bowles,
urged the Democratic candidate
to campaign against further H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tests. The professional po politico
litico politico aruged against this tactic.
Many of these dissenting labor
leaders telephoned their heated
amazement, and not a few sneers,
At the move.
These labor leaders argued that
they had educated their rank-and-file
to a tough attitude
against the Soviets. They pointed
out that America's unions were
constantly arguing agunst any
concessions to the Russians in in international
ternational international negotiations. Now they
were finding themselves forced to
campaign for a caad-date who,
they insisted, would Appear in the
public's rain-' -to "be advocating
the abandonment our most
powerful weapons and most pow
erful deterrent 10 lurtner nus nus-sian
sian nus-sian aggression.
These labor leaders were also
embarrassed by the uninspiring
fact that Stevenson's H-bomb ob obsession
session obsession paralleled the Soviet line.
Many a bft-wing union had
thrown similar resolutions at the
union chiefs and had been beaten
down.
Stevenson listened carefully.
But he ignqred them. He took
Chester Bowles' advice. Soon there
was as much love between the
labor people ;,nd Bowles, as be between
tween between the Hatfields and McCoys.
Today, these labor chiefs rather
tarUy refer, to, Bfes a the only
"ex-future sectetarttrpf state."
However. Bowlesiifas not alaBe.
nrm httirwrn labor upWt
inside the nominee's high com command.
mand. command. And powerful support, too.
Walter Reuther backed the H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tactic. The report is that
the auto union chief discussed it
personally with Bowles and Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson and wat enthusiastic about
the candidate's emphasis on ban banning
ning banning further thermonuclear tests.
In those circles whichv should
know, it is said that Tleuther,
Bowles and company believed
that this tactic would 'bring in
cascades of votes, especially from
the labor people. There was an
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What happens in an
American
presidential election and what has
happened recently in Poland and
Hungary offers" the best example
in tne world ot me oinerences
between A free democracy and a
totalitarian, Communist dictator dictatorship.
ship. dictatorship. Everv four years' the United
States has what amounts to an in internal
ternal internal revolution. It tears the
country all apart and then puts it
tncrsther acain But there IS no
bloodshed. Only harsh words;. The
tanks and machine guns never
get called out. ';
The American peopie bib,
attempt to get union chiefs to bol
ster the argument. JBUV r
spondad. One of those who did
waf 0. A. (Jaek Kmght, presi-
dfnt of ,the Oil, Chemical ana
Atomic Workers, International
Union, which has considerable
numbers of its people here in
Texas and Oklahoma.
"Let me assure you of our full
support for your position," Knight
wrote Stevenson, "and let me
urge that you continue, to press
for this goai.
"Speaking on behalf Of our
members, engaged in production
of actual material? used in such
frightful weapons, I want you to
know that we believe that the
U.S., which developed nuclear
weapons and is the only nation
to use them in warfare, has a
moral responsibility to lead the
world in ending this terrible
threat to all mankind."
Apparently the rank-and-file oil
workers just didn't see this letter.
They didn't seem to be aware
that someone was speaking in
their behalf. I've lust studied the
precinct vote in Texas and Okla
homa where labor has some 600, 600,-000
000 600,-000 members. The rank-and-file
voted for Ike, H-bomb or not. Or
maybe because they just felt
more secure having it handy in
the closet with war so much
tie news.
in
FLOOD AID CHIEF -Frank
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commissioner ef the Federal
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tion Administration by Housing and Home Fi Finance
nance Finance Administrator Albert M.
Cole. A former deputy ad administrator
ministrator administrator of HHFA, Meistrell
is the first man to hold the
newly created position. He will
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By PETER EDSON

ever, given a chance to change
their government if they don't line
it. Or if the feeling is that things
are rocking along prcty well, he
incumben administration is con continued
tinued continued in office for another four
years.
I This system of course spawns
a lot of nonsense. Candidates
make promises they can't keep,
that they know they can't keep
and that the people who hear
them Lnow they can't keep.
Political orators and press
agents make, statements, charges,
denials and counter-charges filled
with distortions, exaggerations,
half truths insults, slanders, li libels
bels libels and sometimes outright lies.
In the heat of a political cam campaign
paign campaign arguments are advanced
Which no one would dare ma.ee
ieter timiSfor fear 0 Being
ned to i booby hatch.
In short, campaigns and elec elections
tions elections are the despair of political
scientists and reformers who
would like to have all the affairs
of government run in a neater,
more orderly wanner.
The quadreMalal revolution, run
right on schedule and just is
regular as leap -year, is a very
expensive way to fun a country
too. Prof. Alexander Heard of
University of North Carolina, who
is making a special study of this
subject, estimates the 1956 elec elections
tions elections cost more than 175" million
dollars. That's almost a dollar for
every man, woman and child in
the U.S. :
But it's worth the price, when
compared with alternatives. For
one thing, nobody gets killed. The
American Democratic Republi Republican
can Republican system provides for peaceful
revolution.
That is the great difference be between
tween between the recent happenings in
the United States and in Poland
and Hungary.
In those European satellite
countries, when the people object objected
ed objected to their covernmcnt and want
ed to change it, the front ranks of
, .i :! L.J K
tne protesting Ciuzenry nau iu uc
mowed down by gunfire and marie
into martyrs before the surviving
masses could remove from office
their oppressors.
, All revolutions against oppres
sion have had a way of succeed succeeding
ing succeeding throughout history. It is a
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chance to have a revolution every
so often and change their govern-

meni or not, as tney choose, to
meet new conditions.
The problem of civilizaion is
how to arrange this with a mini minimum
mum minimum of inconvenience for the
participants and bystanders, be before,
fore, before, during and after the revo revolution.
lution. revolution. This the real democracies
hav managed to achieve far
more successfully than the Com Communist
munist Communist Rovernments thatNclaim to
be "peoples' democracies.
This provides the only bia les
son to be taken home by the ob
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mania Romania and the other satellite
countries. They have been
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SWITZERLAND'S

WASHINGTON Senator-elect .election night and the morning
Frank Lausche of Ohio, whom 'after, both GOP Sens. Karl Mundt
Ohio Democrats don't always likeiaiuf Francis Cas, whose seAt was
and whom OhV Republicans some-1 at stake, figured the race was lost,
times love, has now got himself Case was so gloomy that he be- ,V

more betwixt s'nd between than
ever.
wi. xjjuuvu iiujmsun 01 lexas, i
th HiimNA.fi. 1 ) i i
Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Texas,
vn viuvviffuL icaucr, Daa Oreni
on the telephone warning Lausche
that he had hp t tor nu n ki. I
mmo wnewer ae is going to be a
Democrat or Rpnnhii,..n
Simultaneously. Whif Hm
representatives have been on the
.vuotuvBuvca nave iiri'n nn r.ne

pnone to Lausche, urging him toCa ; 10 P1CK up votes in area

sme with ike and organize thelwnere nls Oemocrtit opponentegyB;i

-" me uur.
pinion jonnson, wno can be as
lougn a wucer as he can be
charmine. told I .auspho in nn un
certain terms what would happen
a ne own i vote with his own
party on oreanizine the Senate if
h voted Rrmihli ran .Idhncin
w.-.rned, he could go over and sit
with the ReDublic&ns nn the ntw
side of the aisle He would aat
no committee appointments from
we iemocrats, he woujd have to
get them from the Republicans.
The White House maamvhilo
has been hinting at various re
wards to Lauscie if he will vote
Republican on reorganization Few
sons of Slovenian immigrants have
er oeen so courted as the five five-times
times five-times governor of Ohio.
Note If Lausche stick to his
iuea of remaining as governor of
unio until January 14, which is
after the Senate is organized, it
will mean the Democrats organi-iz-
the Senate. The vote in that
case would be 48 Democrats and
47 Reoublicans. Lausche would
r lve to be present and vote with
the Republicans to make a tie,
.1 11..: n .
mus oti mining vice rresiaeni
Nixon to cast his vote.
SENATOR "GONE" GORI
Democratic plans to probe two
suspicious elections may have
gone glimmering, thanks to one
of the so-called "bright young
men" of the Democratic party,
&en. Albert Gore of Tennessee.
Senator ftnra U in lmriu
Senator Gore is in charge of
' uw... o ... vnmc
the Subcommittee nn elert.inn In
vestieations. but now he's anne
He lit out for Europe one day
ne in, uui ior r.urope one uay
colleagues are cussing him under
fk.Aii k...lk ..... ..II l :
wicii iMt aui. xncy even tan nun
guiic viuir.
The two suspicious elections are
Vflnf onlr.. ..J. C.U rt.U.i...

in iv.enuicKy and' south Dakota.1" mvesugaie. JMixon, s pal
In the latter state, a Wg wad of and campaign ma,.iager, Murray ,CJ
sample ballots have been discov- Cnotinec, :even after McClellan's .;. ;
...J ...Ul 1 .l..Uij : .. i. I nAm'.nlHA. .ml.J ..II I I... 1

e-ed which were stuffed into bal
lot boxes as official ballots. Hun
dreds of these have been recov
ulcus ui uicse nave ucen recuv-
ered, possibly enough to change
Ui. I ... 4 ... n
the elertion

uuier latis iouui me ouum La-uasi danaary iiguv m u
kOtk election are auspicious. One' the natural gas fight.

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gan telephoning to get a job for

nis aaugnter jane, woo nad been
working in his office. Mundt told
wwl "a ul ula iiif. inuuut lulu
frinnlc fViat k J .L
.ma oae nau lust, LJltl
n- couldn't possibly overcome the
trend. He was ftmiliar ith th
nisinci siiu to report and knew
what their eeneral sentiment.
Then suddenly, the trenrf urn
wjaiuiuuHii lisb- iw-
reversed. Mysteriously Case- be,

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The sample ballots, used as of of-ficial
ficial of-ficial ballots, may be one clue.
democrats want to investigate.
KENTUCKY SUSPICIOUS

The other suspicious state is Ken
tucky, here GOP Thruston Mor Morton
ton Morton nosed out Sen. Earle Cle Clements
ments Clements by a narrow margin. Affi-..--,
rfivita ah-oixtir Uv. k 1

indicating Nesro vote-buvina in
Louisville. Senators are also sus
picious of eastern Kentucky
areas, where Gov. Hanov Chand
ler's cohorts were reported work
ing wun KepuDiicans to make that
normally Republican area black
out almost. all Democratic votes.
However, the ambitious young
Tennessee senator Albert Gore,
who has talked. n much ihm
honest elections, just isn't going
it,, oe arouno to foi ow nn his
preaching. Europe was too entic-
lig.
ELECTION AFTERMATHS
Most rftlitiniu anriit-Ut nf

11 ..... T..1. I.. jmtm. "SB

eiect trom ivew Yoric. Not for one a

nem, mayor Kooert wagnep, con- n tmt
cedes would Javits make a vie-'
tory statement. Unlike his prede predecessor,
cessor, predecessor, Herbert Lehman, he'll be
cnriallv raiit.lnne e :lm .-..l-.

B election news story: Murry
ivempion in me in.x. rost on lone-.
ly Adlai's ion.ely retirement on

"IVU ""giii . in many re- .j

ne beating they took. They had
linn n .nir nemA..il. in D.n.iLli mi

viuw.iu in nriuuu-
.lnthinff On. ..... C 1.1..
WWM1M15. uuc was acil, JliJUl. v
McClellan, of .Arkansas, who re-"
fllSAf! tn inv-cficrat. Mivnn'p nl

f 1 1 .. x i.i.. t iu 10-jTi

- win i in i ice vutcu fui lull ili r
i- FcClellan also ducked a probe of

- the $5,000 check contributed by p

w i,uw mcta iuuuiuuicu
Howard Keck of Superior Oil to
tlt. TP i aullnii... Jihw .AntmitliB
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Opening lead A Q

xi fu ouarliiH todav hand,

and the result was that South got

to an -unmaKaDie .univ..
South managed to make hii con contract
tract contract nevertheleaa by very
aimple awindle.

West opened the of
Sades, and dummy won with the
U. At first, South couldn t ae
4. tha lnsa Ot a

any w.y w - more guiea mem
j. .ir it. woman t do any i ...

j i. j -tnaletnn nueen.l m 4. nua thair

sooa to uf 4 even vo r-urjpe w um

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XVII WISH ; ui.
would have a trump trick with
four to the ten. Nor would it do
any good to drop the doubleton
queen of diamonds, since then the
jack would drop as well, and an
DOunent's ten would make.
After brief thought, declarer
led tho ace of spades from the
dummy. Eesst ruffed with a low
trump, hoping to prevent declar

er from discarding.

hoped for. He verruffed witt the M
six of diamonda, after which itu

was possible to draw au

11 a SI runs a i ii 411 VU4B i'vu" i i iie wiiiiiiumv i-
4! u .v,..M ,. nih tha fan I. -J laps harril rf ratt.lft a

HOD, af mwuiu i uu imw wuhiuu uwui i4w
..4k... wifk low tnimn lkruif ? oon head, mostly crossbred

Tha hish ruff would force South 7.ahu and local animals. There

. ...a tha aaa nr Vina This Lr. t-urontv thousand books en Eng

would establish West's quern as lish and German in the library

a trump trick.

Paraeuav River

It occupies a fairly flat land in

ava. 4 r.a-

eommunar society in the wilds of the Chaco jungles.

ac r e s,

20,000

which thev cultivate about

his acres.

Wham Germany was defeated

in World War I, tberhardt Ar Ar-nold;
nold; Ar-nold; formed an international
brotherhood of man, baaed on
the teachings of the Moravian
Anabaptist sect founded by Ja-
bah Mittar In 1533

Hitler tried to break up the tiny

mum at ha had done with the

YMCA, and the Rotary club and

and me salvation Army.
ArnnM nH hi fnllnwara flart to

Holland and then moved to Britain

in i3?, wnere uiey set up a com communal
munal communal farm in the Cntswolrt hills

and were joined by kindred British

souls.
Whan Rritnin want to war with

Hitler, the brotherhood, as con

scientious objectors, were auowea
to migrate to Paraguay, in 194041.

The brotnerrtooo naa always
maintained tie with the Menno Menno-aitos
aitos Menno-aitos who also have a Urate est est-ttemenr
ttemenr est-ttemenr hi Paragua y and
through them the new haven of
peace was found. Acreaa the
the teat the eomm unity's mes message
sage message of peace and rest attracted
mere and mere newcomers.
While most are British, then
German, there are also Swiss,
Swedes, Belgian, Dutch, and e e-ven
ven e-ven aome Spaniards.
Thav live in three villages hack

ed out of the wilderness. Their so

litary all-purpose trucK joiis over
a rude trail to Rosario where riv river
er river steamers ply in about six hours.
Its horsedrawn wagons take 10 to

12 hours.
Tha man inri women 01 the

brotherhood fell trees in the for forests
ests forests for fuel and housing, and e e-ven
ven e-ven for carvings which they send
to Asuncion for sale to tourists.
They work the land, preserve food,
make each other's clothes from

the wool they grow and weave

themselves. .....

Decisions are wan ny an in

council. There is no private pro

perty and all who join musunana
over their possessions to the com community.
munity. community. Nobody gets any wages
and personal money is unknown.
Primary education is given by the
more gifted members but clever
.... 4 4 ...... Ain A.

education

When beys and girls reach M
yeare ef age they must decide
of their own free will if they
wish te continue in the commu community.
nity. community. The men wear long beards
and the women ankle length
dresses, with aprons and hand handkerchiefs.
kerchiefs. handkerchiefs. rA... hmihar inn sisters .ereci-

4 UU4 HlllWM. -
ed for life form the Bruderhof or

a j....t) Thav are the

i supreme vnumu. ') -
This was just what South had priMts of the community. There
i 11. with thai. 4L... Jnrttnwm turn nnriei.

Ma" V dentist, all broth-.

of the Ur8 in the community. There is a

small Hospital.

The communny is properou

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Baha'i Discussion

Group Holds Weekly

Heeling Tonight
The subject for a discussion
tonight at the Wirz Memorial
Hall on Balboa Road will be
"Man's Relationship to God," a
spokesman for ths Baha'i group
of the Canal Zone announced
':oday.
The informal gathering will
begin af 8 p.m. with Mrs. Mary
Ann Howard of Curundu deliv delivering
ering delivering a short talk on the sub subject
ject subject Following her talk, the meet meeting
ing meeting will be open for discussion
on all subjects of interest to
those present.
These regular weekly discus discussion
sion discussion groups are presented by the
Baha'i World Faith and people
of all races, creeds and nation nationalities
alities nationalities are invited to "an Inde Independent
pendent Independent investigation of all
truth." There is no admission
charge and no collections are
taken aft these meetings. The
Wirz Memorial Hall Is located
directly across the road from'
the Balboa police Station.

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Gun Collection

Be Broken Up

FoivWanf Of Home
CLAfffeMORE, Okla, (UP) J.
For Want of a building, a gun col collection
lection collection that its owner. J. M. Da

vis, values at $2,000,000 may have

to oe oroxen up.
Davis, a hotel owner tmA if

he can't get a wilding to house

ms collection, heust sell it

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The gi'"s and otbln relics are

now on; ("splay in thwlobby and
hallways of Ills hntrl ahri hr nv

thousands visit the hotel t .cry
week to see the collection of some
75,000 items.
The layout includes about 25, 25,-000
000 25,-000 guns, including the one which
started the hobby. It is a $1.50
muzzle-loading .410 shotgun his fa father
ther father gave him when he was seven.
He has two display cases of
various Colt revolvers. There also
are a number of guns made fa famous
mous famous by outlaws. For instance,
he.has a .44, revolver owned by
.lessee James and a similar we-

pon carried ny boo uaiton. tuners
Include Bronnie Parker's .45 auto

matic, a .44 Smith and Wesson
single action revolver of Pancho
Villa and a .41 Coft taken from

vPretty Boy" Floyd.
Some of the suns are valued at

$2,000 to $2,500. Davis counts as

son ane. me nrii repealing mm

loer ever mlde.? There are only

three in existence, he said.

Noted Names

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS
I Flag maker,
Betsy
5 Jump
9 That Sawyer
boy
12 Give forth
13 Hireling
14 Adam's mate
15 Eastern
Virginia
17 Born
18 Guide
It Clumsy
21 Liquid
measure
23 So (Latin)
24 Health resort
27 Departs
29 Contends
32 Deserving
34 Louisianan
36 Stimulate
37 Consequence
38 Intend
39 Snow vehicle
'41 Ocean
42 Daniel in
the lions'
44 Female theep
46 Dried grapes,
49 Girl's name
S3 Age
34 Hinged
windows
56 Number
37 Level
58 Greek letters
59 Worm
6ffTear
61 Lacerated
DOWN
1 Soaks Max
2 Leave out
3 Lateral part.
4 Precipitous

5 Meadow
6 Landed
property
7 Afresh
8 Smartens
9 Clinging
10 Above
11 Reward
16 Airplan.
pioneer
20 "Merry
of Windsor"
22 Poet,
Alfred.

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30 Feminine
suffix
31 Bristle
33 Prongs

24 Move through 35 Save

water
25 Corn bread
26 Rustics
28 Fastener

46 Abate
43 More precise
45 Icy
precipitation

46 Network
47 War jod of
Greece
48 Church part
50 Preposition
51 Asterisk.,
52 Essential
being
35 Finish.,.-.

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BOLOGNA. Nov. 15 (UP)

catch a flea around these parts is

quite a business; as much as $5
to $10 a day can be earned by a
specialist in the art.

The flea in question is not tne

kind that tries to find a home on

man. It is a. kind of water-flea
that hops about and can be just
as annoying as its animal-loving
cousin.
The main district where these
flea-catching specialists operate in
Italy is at San Giovanni in Persi'
ceto about five miles north of
Bologna in central Italy. And the
scientific name of the flea is
Daphnia Pulex which aquarium
owners all over the world know as
the most delicious morsel for any

of their fish pets.

Flea-catchers in San Giovanni

are known as 'Pulciaioli." Fifty

years ago there vere over 2,000 of

them, but each year since they

have dwindled. Today there are
only about 100 in the district, and

th "profession"' i: traditionally
confined to several families.

il is Delievad that flea-patching
began at the time when Bologna

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English tourists took a jar of gold goldfish
fish goldfish back with them. Some kindof
food had to be found for the fish
as journeys were long (in those
days. Hence Daphnia Pulcx and
the fiea-catching specialists.
It is not a full-time job, usually
beginning the first day of July
and ending about mid-October.
The catchers leave their village
and stay out in the country lor
the whole season.
They catch the fleas, which are
about the same size as a domestic
flea, with long gauze nets as they
constantly hop out of the water.

As soon as the fleas are caught

they are spread out on canvas
strips to dry in the sun. Normally

brown in the water, they turn a

pale gold color when dried.
At the end of th j season the
whole catch is sold to a Bologria

firm which packs them in plastic

bass for worldwide disnatch. A

label on the packet reads: "Fish "Fish-food
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Luce, Others Hint
Resignation To Ike
No Ming Matter
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP)
Administration officials said today
they understand Clare Boot he
Luce and several other top top-ranking
ranking top-ranking American ambassadors
plan to quit their diplomatic posts
in the next .'ew months.
They said that resignations are
in the offing for Mrs. Luce,
ambassador to Italy; Winthrop

Aldrich, ambassador to Great

Britain; C Douglas Dillon, am ambassador
bassador ambassador to France; James B.
Conant, ambassador to West Ger

many; and Robert C. Hendnck-

son, ambassador to new z,eaiana.

IV was understood that these

Hey d'plomats have wanted to

retire for some time. Like all

ambasf-adors, they have submitted

their resignations to President

Eisenhower m 'accordance with
the traditional courtesy accorded

newly-eletted President.
But it was understood these res

ignations were for real and will
be accepted in due course.

Mrs. Luce, who was ill earlier

this year, wanted to resign before
the election. But she was persuad

ed by the White House to stay on

a while.

Vacant diplomatic posts in

clude ambassadorships to India,
the Philippines and Australia.

Ellsworth Bunker, tormer am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Argentina and Italy,
who is retiring as president of the
American Red Cross, has been

mentioned as a possibility for the
Indian post.

John Hay Whitney, a tnena ot

President Eisenhower, has fig

ured urominently in speculation

about the successor of Aldrich at
the Court of St. -James.

There were reports that state
Department Counsellor Douglas
MacArthur II is "being considered
as Mrs. Luce's successor 1 n

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stop him from driving in sports car races. Photo shows., him
at the special hand controls of his racing Jaguar, while the
wheel chair in which he otherwise gets about stands nearby
at recent sports car races at Casper, Wyo. He came in fourh,
wearing the colors of the Sports Car Club of Colorado. Delivca
was crippled in an Alaska mining accident in 1951.

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To Open Monday At RP School

All public And private school
business teachers of the Pana Panama
ma Panama are being invited to attend
a business education workshop
to be held at the Professional

School on Monday, Tuesday and

Wednesday of next week.

The workshop has been joint jointly
ly jointly planned by the Ministry of
Education and SC1DE. Sessions

are scheduled to begin at 7:30

a.m. in the library of the Pro

fessional School. The -topics for
the first day are concerned with

metnods of ieachine typewrit

ing, and the second day will be

devoted to methods of teaching

shorthand and transcription.
Invitations are also beine'ex

tended to business teachers in
;hs Canal Zone schools and an
announcement of the workshop
has, been made In other Latin

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American countries. Several in

quiries have been reced from

business teachers from other
countries indicating tl-fat they
are planning to be frf attend attendance.
ance. attendance. It is therefore ajtlflcipated
that the attendance at the sem

inar will be Intemavipfial In
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The consultant for tnis work workshop
shop workshop Is Dr, John L. Rowe, chair chairman
man chairman of the Business Education
Department at the University of
North Dakota. Grand Forks. N.D.

Dr. Rowe is an eminent author

ity on the subject of secretarial

teaching methods, and -he Is a

popular, speaker at .business
teacher conventions "in the
United States He was .formerly

a professor v Teachers College,
Columbia University, -nd at
Boston University, r

Rowe is the .author ot a text textbook
book textbook entitled Typewriting for
Speed and Accuracy, and he is
a coauthor of the two ntw text textbooks,
books, textbooks, Gregg Typina: anji Gregs;
Typewriting for Colleee& in ad addition,
dition, addition, he is a co-authdfr of the
textbook entitled WfttMr Econo Economic
mic Economic Geography. He hasleen the
author of many artlclef on the
teaching of typewriting and
shorthand in the professional

the United States.
His participation in this work workshop
shop workshop Is being made passible by
the Gregs: Publishing Division
of the McGraw-Hill Bool: Co. He
will be accompanied toUpanama
by Walter A. Bara, manager of
the foreign department of the
Gregg Publishing Divisfn.
In the workshop, Roive's lec lectures
tures lectures and demonstratmpis will
be interpreted into Spapish bf
Matilde Macia, nationsfi super supervisor
visor supervisor of business education of
the Panamanian Ministry of
Education. Outlines of the lec lectures
tures lectures will bs prepared in Span Spanish
ish Spanish and distributed at the time
of ,l.he workshop.
Interested business teachers
whoa desire more information
concerning the workshop pro program
gram program should call Miss Macia or
Dr. Murphy, SCIDE busjbiess tmA
ucatlon specialist, at 3-6379.

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Found In Forest

IRON MOUNTAIN, MiclL Nov. le
(UP) The Skeleton of a ;man shot
through he head was Identified
today as that of Qdcss Djpmopolos,
Chicago grocer- who Ijad been
missing for --lntost a yisr.
Identification was made early
today by the victim's brother,
Gust, cpd by two brotfcfcrs-in-law
Andrew Becker and George Cos Cos-tas,
tas, Cos-tas, all of Chicago.
Sheriff Peter Cailevat and Cor Coroner
oner Coroner Frank Tondin sai :; they are
convinced Demopolos was mur murdered,
dered, murdered, j
Authorities credit d E. O. Erick Erick-son,
son, Erick-son, associate edii c the Iron
Mountain News, with the spade spade-work
work spade-work which led to identifiecation
of the victim.
The skeleton was found Monday
morning two miles nort'- of here
by a hunter who had wounded a
.abbit and fc Lowed the animal
irto a clump of fir fees. The
low hanging branches almost
scraped the ground a J concealed
the skeleton perfectly.
The '.ue that led to jdentifca jdentifca-tion
tion jdentifca-tion was Demooolos' u: usual and

costly dental work, some!' of which
had dropper out.
The dental ork was recon reconstructed
structed reconstructed by Dr. G. G. Jacobs in
consultation with seven uther Iron
Mountain dentists.
They agreed that the. type of
work indicate i it mifcht h e been
done in Chicago, and that it was
started 20 to 22 years flfco. They
puessed the victim's ace in the
mid 30's, his height 5-W and
his weight at 165 pound, all re

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-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1958

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I them. They have good brass and

strings, but awful rhythm.

Cater ia and her husband have

home near Heidelberg, in the

wannest part of Germany, to suit
her Latin-blooded love u- warmth.

"It is warm enough there to

grow tug tomatoes, she says

And then she adds, "And maybe

even oranges. We will see.

By DICK KLIINIR

iiW YORK (NEA) When-

C.t.rin. Valente w
h., .timiitv the takes a

k.m Amnt whatever else

tnay be doing and launches
rwJL into a storv that may

rrn..i .rJvn. with the Wind"

lor sheer Intricacy.
In barest outline, it goes like
this:
"' She was born in Paris. Her
- mother was an Italian who grew
"tip in Russia. Her father was half half-Italian,
Italian, half-Italian, half-Spanish and spent
most of his early years in Sweden.
She herself is married to a Ger German
man German juggler. Her records are
tremendous sellers all over the
world; particularly in Germany

BBfftonerica and South, America. She
UUIaoeaks French, Italian, Spanish,
German, English- and Swedish

fluently and has a smattering oi

ijOf&e ia.tht.M
wttr family in

seventh generation of

familv In show business her

mother, a comedienne, headlined

the bill at the Palace in 1928.
Caterina, a lovely, dark-haired,

yvit hfejK-eyea fin, leamei engiisn

tha hard way. It was after the
.'.sr, when her family was enter-
watlawtakaw A a at n Aim irt fla.

tlk j aaawnaasj miiivs ivn wa an ww

many

.',',, '"I liked to read," she says, "but
. I couldn't get any French books
'"and I saw the GIs reading English
books. So I picked up a book
Jt was 'The Hound of the Basker Basker-vllles'
vllles' Basker-vllles' by Conan Doyle and 1
"Mad it three times. The first time
I didn't understand a word. By the
vttird time, I knew English."

, 4 -J recoras suaaemy nasned
"icrdss the American scene two
'"years ago-"Malaguena" was the
J .wjyJirit That. rtnrrt lni4An4ll..

flopped in Germany, where it was
made. She thinks it failed over!

mart Because the sound was too
".iood-"Ifs the truth that Ger Ger-many
many Ger-many Is not very musical and

x., fooa sound seems strange to

Joe Castro, Atlantic records'
laxi pianist, debuted in nightclubs

when he was 14. Did his parents

worry about him?

"Ne, not a bit," says Joe. "Of
course, they came to the club with
me every night and stayed next to

the piano until closing. But I
wouldn't say they were worried."
Jim Lowe, the man in front of
the "Green Door," had dinner
with his good friend., Mr. and
Mrs. Rusty Draper. The Drapers
are one of the most happily mar married
ried married couples in show business, and
so Lowe proposed a toast to the
cont'ntution of that happiness.
Rusty stood, faced his wife,
raised his -glass and said, "Drink
it, you okf bat."
There's a ainaar rlrcfrihoH

a Negro -Elvis Presley, named

acraamin Jay Hawkins. His
working uniform is a

edo, purple tie and white shoes,

au topped oy a gold turban.
Dick's Picks: Tha Thriat mac

song of the '56 season may well
be Johnny Marks' new one1, "I

nearer me ceils on Christmas
Day." as record) hv iu

Crosby (Decca). Others: "Thir

teen men (Meg My let. Liberty );
"I'm a Funny Dame" Earth Kltt,
RCA): "No Rearms" Th urn.

toppers, Dot); "Farmer's Tango"

INoison Kiddie, Capitol); "Little
Demon" (Screamm3 Jay Hawk Hawkins,
ins, Hawkins, Okeh); "The Cotton Ball"
(Sidney Bechet, Coral); "The Lit Little
tle Little White Horse" (Henri Rene,
RCA); "Happy Is a Boy Named
Me" (Red McKuen, Liberty).

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basis. They can have up to three shots at a dollar apiece.
One of the first to volunteer was Robert Becker, left, above,
a Lansing, Mich., senior who is Student Government president.
Looking on is Dr. Clifford G. Menzies, M.S.U. health service
director.

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PANAMA'S PRESIDENT AND ZONE GOVERNOR LEAD
HAPPY THRONG AT TIVOLI ANNIVERSARY
The Hotel Tivoli rang with laughter and gaiety bringing re reminiscent
miniscent reminiscent chuckles to oldtlmers and amazement to newcomers
who have only known the Tivoli in its staid recent years, at last
night's celebration of its 50th Anniversary.
President and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guaria and Governor and
Mrs. William E. Potter led the distinguished company. Special
guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Thatcher. Mr. Fred
De V. Sill made the- opening address and a musical narrative
written and produced by Donald E. Musselman and Victor A. Herr
was produced by a group of competent actors and singers.

Alfred Aleguas graduated from
CHS in 1951 and J. C. in 1953. He
is the sou of the late Salvador A A-leguas
leguas A-leguas and Mrs. Aleguas of Coco
Soco Soiito.

Mr. and Mrs. Thompwn
Welcome 10th Child

Mrs. And Mrs. Alegwa
Leave For Great Lakes

Mr. and Airs. Robert Thompson

of Balboa announce the birth of a Coco !ohto and their three chit

daughter yesterday at Gorgas. She dren will leave the Isthmus (where
has been named Agnes J a n e, ho has done a regular tour of du du-and
and du-and is the Thompson's fourth ty in the U.S. Navy) Nov. IP; for
daughter and tenth child. Great Lakes, Illinois. Mrs. Aleguas
lis the former Beverly Rosan of
Her maternal grandparents are Pedro Miguel BHS graduate 1953
Mr. and Mrs. George Leber of Cu-jand daughter jf the late Wm. H.
rundu. I Rosan.

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Max Hart Speaks
To Kobbt Wives
At Luncheon
Table decorations depicting
landing of the Mayflower at

mouth Rock and the reception giv

en them by the Indians set the

stage for the "Adventure into His

tory," November luncheon for
members and guests of the Fort

Kobbe Officers' Wvies' Club, yes

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legu" uWwere Mesdancs Ginny Evans,

Louis Egan.Neill Fingerhut, and
Elvo Stokes.
Mrs. Peggy Wood, presidnet wel welcomed
comed welcomed Mrs. Jean Jones, guest of
Mrs. Miriam Allen: Mrs. Jean

Hatch, cuest of Lois Eaean; and

Mr Barbara Stubbs. guest of

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The stnrv one m tn

that after a four-month trial of

ieuing noy acout troops use city

v..vv.uujwhAo ivi me iu e c i
uup it was calculated that the
custodial service wnnM aac th

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city $1,000 a year.

So the city school board voted
unanimously to tell th

they were very sorry but they

uouiun i use puDiic schools for

tneir meetings any longer.
How short-sighted can a school!

ooara get?

ular members She than unnnunn

ed the nominating committee for

new oiucers wm be Mesdames

BettV Downpv RnhM-ta Mnrriecav

BUlie VTlle. Vi Hawkins snW U'n!

lie Mae Simmons.

A COrsaffP of wnnri rneoc n i

presented to Mrs. Micky Bogle
who will denart for th statp in

the near future.

Mrs. Helen Cnniski nH Mrs

Doris Mapl. were awarded Peru,
vian Candv Dishes as rlnor niHzac

Mrs. Wood then introduced t h e
guest speaker, Mr. Max Hart,
Safety inspector of Marine Bureau
of the Panama Canal, who lec lectures
tures lectures as a hobby for tour bureaus

and steamship companies.
In keeping with the trend of
thougnt for this "anniversary
week." Mr.' Hurt eave an informa

tive talk on the "Panama Scene-

Then and Now," which was in rea

lity and adventure into history

both current and otherwise for his
audience. To present the picture
of the past and present, the speak speaker
er speaker showed black and white repro reproductions
ductions reproductions of construction days as
well as colored slides of the pres present
ent present day scnes,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)

Why should school gymnasiums,
auditoriums, and workshops go un unused
used unused from the end of one school
day to the beginning of the next?
Our big need today Is to give kids
enmpthinff interesting in An in

j smearing paint on the outside of! their free hours and to help them
i nnur ennnl U . I i n i .1 :: ....

put weir gang spini iu cuu-
structive rather than to destruc destructive
tive destructive use.

In this same city last year
thousands of dollars worth of
damage was done to school build buildings
ings buildings bv students hreaJtlne- Intn

scnoois, Knocking out windows and

smearing paint on t
new school buildings.

busy learning and doine is a trooD

instead of breaking, destroying
and stealing as a gang.
Why Should Schools Liealdle?
It's a crime to shut public
schools to such worthy uses ,as
Boy Scout meetings because it
costs taxpayers a little money.
'A school board should be glad
to have its schools used after
school hours for all kinds of
worthy community projects.

A few dollars spent for custodial

service and electric lights won't

cost taxpayers nearly as much as
closing school doors and turning

kids out on the street.

It wasn't done by boys who had

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Hotel Tivoli s 50th Anniversary celebrations which drew a,
large crowO to the hotel last night.

US Protest to France; Britian
Likely to be Mild, Veiled Hint

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WAStllNGTON, Nov. 16 (UP) Suez araa

The United States has accusedl This is tha fW mtahW-

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Britain and Prance of violating

agreements wrth this country by
using t American arms aid equip equipment
ment equipment in their attack on Egypt, it

was disclosed today.

However there is no apparent

U.S. intention of doing much more
than protesting! The government
would be extremely reluctant to
halt, military Shipments to its two
allies because of the importance

it puts on continued buildup of the

forces of North Atlantic Treaty

Organization.

It was officially indicated the

whole matter may be forgotten if
the Suez cease-fire sticks and no
further violations occur.

A Defense Department spokes

man told the United Press the
government "has made represen representations
tations representations to the British and French
concerning their -violation, of bi bilateral
lateral bilateral agreements concerning

military eouioment destined for

the defense of the North Atlantic

treaty area.
The statement, approved hi ad

vance by Assistant Defense Se6-

retary uoraon uray, saia mis

country "has been aware . that
U.S. equipment has been diverted
to the support of operations in the

charge hat Britain and FraacS 7,
have violated their arnw til
agreements, although it becasMfc",,,,
known early in .the fighting from -press
reports that the two coiinVh"
tries were using American equip,
ment. The Defense Department at ""
the time took a non-commital
The Defense Department saiiC
its knowledge of the unauthorised
arms use came from two sources: sources:-Information
Information sources:-Information from British anoV,,
Freqch authorities; and report
from U.S. military aid officialt,,
iS Britain and France.
Britain and France have, not de
Med the charges. In fact Britain
officially admitted use of jonti'l
American weapons in the Egypt
tian invasion, saying it would
have' been impossible to sort out
U.S. equipment used by the RoyaJt
Air Force in the assault on Egypt.
The Defense Department said-,
that apart from "representations t

aiready maae, runner action oj

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Tt added that the Suez cease

flye "may obviate the need let
additional representations." ,,,

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LONDON. Nov. 16 (UP) A

strong bid is being made by the
British aircraft industry to gain
a substantial share of the orders-being
placed by world air airline
line airline for jet or propeller turbine
powered aircraft '.. .
British engine manufactur'
era 'are also contributing to
thii drive, and aim to capture
the largest share of the world
matketsfar gas turbines.
The Rolk Royce Company, for
example, are alone among en engine
gine engine manufacturers offering
lour : distinct types of civil gas
turbines for world airline opera operations
tions operations At rthe present time. 185 turbine-cowered
aircraft are in
service or on order by airlines In
the Western world.
Of this total, over half are
of British manufacture. The
Rolls-Royce Company, the old oldest
est oldest engine manufacturers in
Great Britain, power 395 of
these British aircraft and, in
addition, this company's en engines
gines engines will be fitted in the A A-merican
merican A-merican Boeing 707 and Doug Douglas
las Douglas DCS, the Dutch and A A-merican
merican A-merican built Friendship, and
the French twin-engined Car Car-avelle.
avelle. Car-avelle. All the turbine powered air aircraft
craft aircraft currently in airline service
are powered by the British
Rolls-Rovce Dart engine. (The
Bristol Britannia, powered by
Bristol Porteus propeller tur turbines,
bines, turbines, is expected to go into reg regular
ular regular airline service early next
year).
At the 8.B.A.C. Plying Display
and Exhibition, in September,
Rolls-Royce displayed four civil
gas turbine engines the Dart
propeller turbine, the Conway
bv-pass turbo-jet. the Tyne pro propeller
peller propeller turbine and the Avon tur-bo-f'et,
all of which are current currently
ly currently hrt order by world airlines.
THise four engines have been
dsh?ried and developed to meet
all the' requirements, except In
thr-rery smallest class, of alr alr-linfbperators.
linfbperators. alr-linfbperators. 9he Dart has already com com-'
' com-' plefed over a million and a
ejtiarter flying hours in airline
operation, powering the Vick Vick-r$
r$ Vick-r$ Viscount, which has been
an outstanding success wher wherever
ever wherever it has been introduced in into
to into airline service, and has been
irtjbperation with Canital Air Air-lines
lines Air-lines in the United States for
! over twelve months.
The Dart has also been chos chos-n"t6
n"t6 chos-n"t6 power the Pokker and
Pah-child Friendship. The Vis Vis-eoyfit
eoyfit Vis-eoyfit and the Friendship hav

been ordered by seven American
air ones.

The Conway has been ordered

br Trans-Canada Air Lines to

sower the Douglas DC-8 and by

Lufthansa for their Boeing

IVt't.

The by-pass principle of the

Conway offers advantages in

weight, fuel consumption and is

auieter in operation, qualities

which make the engine particu

larly suitable for long range air

liners.

The Tyne of 4200 s.h.p. Is a

propeller turbine of advanced
design, and meets the require requirement
ment requirement of the large capacity

short-to-medium range airlin

ers. It has a fuel consumption
comparable with current piston

engines.

The Tyne will power the vick-

ers Vanguards ordered by Brit British
ish British European Airways, and this

propeller turbine is also being
offered in the Lockheed Elec-tra.

The Avon turbo jet powers the
Comet 4 and 4A ordered by
B.O.A.C. and by Capital Airlines
of the U.S.A. It also powers the
French Sud Est Caravelle.
Backed by nearly one million
hours of military service, the A A-von
von A-von has been specially develop developed,
ed, developed, as the RA. 29, for civil avia aviation.
tion. aviation. Over 32,000 people are em employed
ployed employed in the Rolls-Royce Aero
Engine Division, in factories in
England, Scotland, Canada
and Australia. Over 23,000 gas
turbine engines to Rolls-Royce
design have been built.
Licenses to manufacturer
Rolls-Royce gas turbines have
been granted to companies in
the U.S., Australia, Argentina,
Belgium. France and Sweden.
In their 40 years of aero en
glrte manufacture, Rolls-Royce
have built up one of the largest
research and development estab establishments
lishments establishments in the world.

I MILLIONS 1 THOUSANDS
jo of cows : Of POUNDS V 6.0
RATE MR COW m-
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MILK COWS j'

1940 1945 1950 1955
FEWER COWS, MORE MILK-For the first time In history,
the average cow will give up more than 6,000 pounds of milK
this year and total milk output will be at least 127 billion
pounds. That's the estimate of the Department of Agriculture.
Long-term changes in dairy farming are credited with this
' Increased productivity which more than offsets the decline in
milk cow numbers. Contributing factors: an upward trend in
rates of concentrate feeding and the rate of grain feeding,
which is continuing at a record high. Newschart showa
number of cows in millions and production per cow in thou thousands
sands thousands of pounds from 1940 to present Figures aw. oroirt
to end of this vear

1816 Was Year
To Remember
For New England
BOSTON UP) Elghteen-hundred-and-lrose-to-death.
That is what generations of.. New
Enflaaders called the year 1816
also known as "the year with without'
out' without' a summer."
. Dae average temperature in
May was only 52. On the night of
June 5, at Salem, Mass., the tem temperature
perature temperature dropped from 92 to 43
degrees. Andl at WilBamstown,
Mas., it went down to 35. The
following night, at Danville, Vt.,
water froze an inch thick,
People wore mittens on the
Folirth of July.
CJi Aug. 29, the temperature
tank to 37. Th green corn crop
wai destroyed and hundreds of
fruit trees were killed.
Stepterriber and October were
ahuormafy cold and then win

ter! set in
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Clean Record
Saves Elderly Man
Ffom Payinq Fine
IRONDEQUOIT," N. Y.-(UP)-A
kindly judge and 78 years with without;
out; without; arrest combined to save Wills
J. Taylor from paying a $25
apejeding fine.
When Taylr w arraigned on
a Charge of driving 45 miles an
hour in Lake Shore Boulevard,
Judge Leo T. Minton advised him

he 'was entitled to the services of

a lawyer before he entered a
plea.
Rut the elderly man, who admit admitted
ted admitted "I'm a bit hard of hearing,"
said, "I just came in to pay the
Judge Minto suspended the sen sentence
tence sentence with the hope that "you can

go 'another 78 years before you
get arrested again. But slow

down, now.

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Priced drastically reduced!

If you hare "on term" If you're looking for a
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Italy's Spaghetti Wine
Industries Lose Ground

ROME (UP) Italy's con- Franc Mow

sumption of spaghetti, the nation

al dish, has doubled from the pre

war figure of 30.8 pounds to 61.6
pounds per year per person.

It s being washed down with an

average consumption of 95 quarts

wine yearly per inhabitant.
But despite these statistics,

both the wine and 'pasta" indus

tries are suffering from combined

pressures of foreign competition,
vine pests, Industrialization and

substitute products.
For instance, exports of maca

roni-type products are below pre-

wt figures. This is due not only

to post-war difficulties concerning

exports, but also to the fact that

there are now many factories

abroad producing similar foods.
No Italian in his right mind will

eve. admit that these products
can compare to the traditional
Italian product. Still, they are

suffering considerable compeition

in foreign markets.

Another factor is the passing of

many spaghetti-making concerns

from the artisan to the industrial

phase, kconomicauy run industri industrialized
alized industrialized plants h-ve largely re

placed the 'hand-made" pasta

factories.

This means the potential output

has increased, but in fact, le s s

spaghetti is being made in propor proportion
tion proportion than at any time in the past
50 years.
Due to a general rise in the
over-all Italian sta dard of living,

actual per capita consumption is
up, but only an ever-diminishing
fraction goes for export. And the

total produced comes to about half

what the factories could turn out,
operaing on a full-production
basis.
The 1955 production of spaghetti
came to 1,432,990 tons (of which
about 74,000 tons went abroad).
The potential for Italian factories
Is about 3)000,000 tons.
The Italian wine production pic pic-one
one pic-one is only slightly better. Of a
world total of about 22,600,000
acres under wine cultivation,
Italy, with about 4,000,01)0 acres,
possesses the greatest percentage
of any single country. (Spain and

with about 3,500,000

acres apiece, ana otner countries

have only small percentages of

the total.)
But Italian wine production

which totalled 5,500,000 tons year yearly
ly yearly at the turn of the century, suf suffered
fered suffered marked reduction during
the next 20 years as a result of

the spread of Phylloxera, the wine

pest. It revived, with the help o(
American aid after World War 1,

then dropped again as a result of
the general crisis of agriculture
starting in 1929, and reached an
alt-time low in World War II.

In the past 10 years, production
has surpassed figures of the past

60 years, but world consumption

during this time has been de decreasing.
creasing. decreasing. In Italy alone 95 quarts per year
per person in 1955 is well below
the figure of 130 quarts of 1910.
France and Spain also have
shown large deer eases; and
throughout the world, competition
from beer and soft drinks has
been strongly felt.
In world sales, Italy leads with
20 per cent of the total, followed
by France, Spain and Portugal, in
that order.

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Fort Culiek
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The Fort Gullck NCO W i v e s'
Club held their regular monthly
tmcinacc mpofin0 OT1P PVPninB re

cently in the Bamboo room of the Place and Mrs. Arlen S trottjp.

club with Mrs. Nancy Johnson pre presiding.
siding. presiding. Mrs. Connie Hosking welcomed
three new members to the club;

Mrs. Marvi Rodriguez, Mrs. Irene

Mrs. Amparo was a guest, for the, hostesses Nancy Johnson, Fran Fran-cveninr;.
cveninr;. Fran-cveninr;. ces Gilbert and Mae Pelkey.
Topic of discussion was the 1 -tet was won by
Christmas luncheon which will be Mrs. Marvi Rodriguez.
held Dec. 1 at the Hoter Wash-
ington. (Continued on Page )

Members who attended were the

Mesdames Jessie Hess, Nancy

Johnson, Connie. Hosking, Connie
Jones, Frances Gilbert. Betty
Toomsend. Candv Gardner Alirp

Stackinwr.k, Louise Sanderson.

Clara Hoiienbaugh, Ursula Spenee
Mae Pelkey and Peggy Duncan.
Refreshments were served- by

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DINING and DANCING nightly in the rooftop BELLA
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MARTIN'S orchestra

COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA BAR friends meet at

noon as well as after work to enjoy our fine drinks
and Lucho Azcarraga's organ music.
And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also
the popular CLUB 4:30 from midnight in the bar.

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nal Canal Zone will be held In Ward 17,
Gorgas Hospital, on Tuesday, Nov.
20, at 7 p.m.
The following Scientific Program
will be nreeented: C

1. "A Case of Dermatitis due r

Liver Disfunction," by Dr. Gusta Gustavo
vo Gustavo Mendez Pereira, Department
of Medicine, Santo Tomas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Panama, R. of P.
2. "Volvulus of the Lorge Intes Intestine
tine Intestine at Different Levels, with Il

lustrative Cases," by Dr. Antonio

Enriquez Navarro, Department of
Surgery, Santo Tomai Hospital,

Panama, R. oi r.
A buffet dinner preceded by re

freshments will be served by our

caterer, Mr. Wallace, at 7 p.m.

The regular meeting and Scienti Scientific
fic Scientific Program will follow.

Pa raise Civic Council
Meets Tonight
Tha Paraisn Civic Council Will

mint at the Paraiso High School

music room this evening at 7:30.

All reaident of the community

are cordially invited to attend.

Gold Coast

OrWd Seeiety

The Gold Coast orcnia oocieiy
on the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus
urin tuilri thoir Snrial Meeting

Monday at their Club House Build

ing T-100 in uawn u. a. inis

meeting will begin at r.sv p.m.
Alfservice Men and Civilians In Interested
terested Interested in the culture of Orchids
are invited to attend, an interest interest-ina
ina interest-ina nmnun has been arranged.

Refreshments will be served after

the meeting.

Carlkhaan Stamp

Club Meats Tuesday
mu. r.nklum Ktatnn Chlh WUl

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hold a regular meeting on lues-

day, Nov. 20, at :ju p.m. i i
Tivoli Guest House., There will be
anoo nf itnmns. Anv adult

stamp collectors are invited to at

tend beginners as weu
ed adult collectors are welcome.
Co-operative Club

Meats lanitm
The Co-operattve Club Will bold
! i imo tnaioht at

7:30 at the Pacific Service Cettter,

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the requirements entitling them to
vote at the general meeting to m
held Monday at 7 -.30 p.m.
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graphed autographed by the authors are Mrs. John W. Hare, Mrs. Harry Egolf and Mrs. Harry Peal. The authors, seated left to right,
are Mrs. Henri skeie, Mrs. Adelia de Vore and Mrs. Evelyn Koperski. The Isthmian Nurses' Association feted the authors
at the Tivoli Guest House, Wednesday night.

Sparky & Pluggy
To Star Tomorrow
At Albrook NCO

Sparky, and Pluggy, Internation Internationally
ally Internationally famous acrobatic tap-dacing

team, will be the main attraction
on the Danny Show tomorrow
night at the Albrook; NCO Club.

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mis uuiaiauuuig tiauce i r a in,
currently playing the Canal Zone;

circuit, recently returned from a
successful tour of Mexico, Cuba,
Dominican Republic and Costa Ri Rica
ca Rica where they performed both in
night clubs and en television. They
are scheduled to tour Venezuela,
Chile and Brazil in the near fu future.
ture. future. With Dave Constable as emcee,
the show will also feature song
stylist Dorothy (Bubhles) Davis,
mambo dancer Lucy Ramirez, the
sensation teenage Spanish dancer
Zaira Hugues and Bishop himself
singing a number of special ar arrangements
rangements arrangements of popular songs.
In addition to the show, music
for dancine will be provided from
9 p.m. until 1 a.m. by a combo
led by trumpeter Arnold Moreno:

Mrs. John H. Smith
Dies In Washington
After Long Illness

Mrs. John H. Smith, whose
late husband was Chief Clerk
for The Panama Canal for many many-years,
years, many-years, died Thursday night in
Washington, D.C after a long

illness. She was 69 years old.
Mrs. Smith came to the Canal

Zone durinit the construction

period and was a resident of Cu Cu-lebra,
lebra, Cu-lebra, before the CanaY was

finished, and of Balboa in later

years. She had made her home

in Washington since 1938, three

years after her husband's death.

She is survived by a daughter,

Mrs. John Paul Keenan, of

Washington, and by two sons,

John Robert Smith, Supervisor

of Generation and Transmission
for the Electrical Division Pow Power
er Power Branch and Ralph E.' Smith,
of Silver Springs, Maryland.

"Engineering as a Career," a
combination text and problem
Knitr vtrimarttir riesioned for use

in freshmarf engineering orien orientation
tation orientation courses is among the

books placed in circulation dur during
ing during the Week by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Library.

Besides indicating tne quami quami-cations,
cations, quami-cations, duties, ana responsibil responsibilities
ities responsibilities of engineers, it defines the
nsinaarinir nrofiaaaion in terms

of functions as well as branch

es.

In addition t provides moti

vation for the study of pre-en-gineerina
courses; training in

the philosophy ana tecnniques
of problem solution; and pre preview:
view: preview: the hasir enarineerihe sci

ences and demonstrates their

amplication.

The complete list of
books and their authors
nounced by the library
week follows:
Non.firtlnn Statistics

EVminmtrc and Business Paden:

Family Medical costs and Volun Voluntary
tary Voluntary Health Insurance, Ander Anderson;
son; Anderson; Communication, Johnson;
Handbook of South American
Geology, Geological society pf
America; safety Education, Plo Plo-rio:
rio: Plo-rio: Engineering as a Career,

Smith; Modern Advertising,

Hepner; Ideas for Christmas,
Today's Woman; and The Gold Golden
en Golden Echo, Garnett.
Fiction The Spirit of the
Chase, Bright; Beowulf, Bryner;
So Far from Spring, Curry; Red
Acres. Rorman- Round Of waves.

Hiraoka; Th Long Watch, Lln-

mgton; House on tne rinme,
Parker; Summer Brings Gifts,
Ritner; and Little More Than
Kin, White.

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Bandits Total 21
MANILA, Nov. 1 (UP Mos Moslem
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13 Filininos an entire family-

Tuesday night, boosted the toll of

bandit violence to 21 dead this
week, it was reported today.

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Oil, Besides Gambling, Eyed
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?LY, Nev. Nov. 12 (UP) After
nearly 50 years of exploration,
the state of Nevr.da has finally
made itself a plac still small to
be sure in the fabulous world, of
petroleum.
Scores of holts have been
drilled in the rolling, sometimes
jagged hills and mountains of the
Great Basin ne and in the
sagebrush and sand covered des deserts
erts deserts covering much of the state.
Lut until the Shell Oil Company
successfully completed its Eagle
Springs Unit No. 1 in Railroad
Valley, 60 miles southwest of Ely
near U.S. Highway 6, none of the
wells had produced petroleum in
commerical grade and quantity.
Since the Eagle Springs discov

ery well was completed in June of

1954, two more producing wells
have been complet3d in the same
field and further exploration to
dtermine its size and potential
reserve is continuing.
Walter L. Smith, district geolo geologist
gist geologist for the Shell Oil Company, in
an interview with" United' Press,
said it was 'just too darn early"

to forecast whether Railroad Val Valley
ley Valley would be a "major field,"
adding "it will take many more
holes" to prove the area.
How long it would take to pro

vide the necessary production

proof, he said, 'depends on work
by the industry as a whole."
Many other major companies
and independents have started
exploration programs in NeVada,
beginning with the first 'dry
hole" drilling in 1912.

But It was not until the Korean
War, .starting in 1850, that efforts
were intensified and a systematic

program started. Two major ef efforts
forts efforts were made at H a y d e n
Creek, 40 mile? erst of Ely, and

Summit Springs, 24 miles north

west of this White Pine County

seat, but neither paid off.

Other programs have been con

ducted east of ElkoV wherkioh wherkioh-field
field wherkioh-field Oil has just abandoned i dry
hole; in Pine Valley riea Dia Diamond
mond Diamond and in the Las Vegas am,
but none has yet been successful.
Oil from Shell's Eagle Springs
emits is trucked 450 miles to t re refinery
finery refinery at- Bakersfield, Calif., by.
tankers that travel east with
loads of fuel oil fdr mining op operations
erations operations in the Tonopah, area.
Smith said that the Nevada des desert,
ert, desert, despite its desolate appear appearance,
ance, appearance, is a "geologist's paradise"
because the Great Basin country
has a shallow soil mantle and
little vegetation, permitting ex experts
perts experts to "read" the geology vir virtually'
tually' virtually' on the surface.
The fact that most of Nevjda
is government-owned public "do-
iha nrnhlam of

ploratlon access and land title.

Weather is such, that driiling.;can

De ccmaucien jrom way irw irw-l,
l, irw-l, at least, in most years.

he nai roan vauev Dew

producing tone is t dept

44o to ,ssimi, wnpre .uif

found in fractures of a

vnlranlr rock' Facie- Sbri

No. l originally was anueffwuj anueffwuj-358
358 anueffwuj-358 feet for exploration; but

plugged later in the production
zone.

Murderer Sought
Of Japan 'Moses'

Recognition

Collects Donation
For Fire Victims
The Civic Reiognition' Grdftp of
Panama have received the 4otal
sum of $25.70 so far in the collec collection
tion collection for the recent fire victims ef
ChorriDo. Anyone interested in
helping the fire victims may leave
contributions at the Sugar Bewl,
Contributors are: Annie Lecufl,
25 cents; Joseph Lea cock, 20

cents: Lawrence Maynaro, is
cents; Alexander Charles 50 centa;
Ferico Polcaco, 50 cents; Edward
Derrick, 25 cents; Walter Batfley.
50 cents; Henry" Blugh, 25 cents;
Archibold Adleyne, 20 Cents; CJaHe
Arthus, 25 cents; C. Walcett- de
Springer, 25 cents; Thomas Henry
MiiHins, 30 cents; Carlos Clarke
10 cents; Joseph Mc. CourthjaV, 50
cents; Felioe Benjamin, 20tynta;
St. J. Jude Devotee,. $6 00; an
Benjamin Ramsey, 25 cents,' col

lected uy A. A. Bi8CKen-era;

TOKYO, Nov. 16 (UP) Police,;

inoay sou qui me naicnei mur murderer
derer murderer of 84-year-old artist Suma
Maruki, the "Grandma Moses" of

nui.,ni;,.ac.i,iiiiei s thiot vin.fl i Daisv Riot. 10 cents; and Susan

Mrs. Maruki, who took up painting Mc Dermott, 10 centscellected by
as a hobbv and won recognition Henry Lowe; Gowdip Lawrence,
n th 'nainiine crandmothpr" at 25 cents and William Hamilton, 25

the age of 80.

She was widowed mother of Iri
Maruki whose paintings of the
Hiroshima atom bomb made him
famous. Critics hailed the '-childlike
directness and simplicity" of
her work-

cents collected by Mrs. A. Awaui

de Blackett. A delegation from

rinvorhfnnm Crocket Club cont

hniPd S14 and clothing. Clothii

was donated by Mrs. Leotta HinW
of Paraiso and Mrs. Mary Musch Musch-ett
ett Musch-ett of Pueblo Nuevo.

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TH1 PARAMA- AMRRIfAN AR IRDrPlRDIRl DAItT NKWSPAPRfl
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Social and Otli

Application) Per
Quean Contest
Cm Mav II
The closing date for receipt of
application for entry in tne vpieen
Contest snonsored by the Pacific

Branch of the Canal Zone Foucetime. rtic sale will he held at the
Association is Nov. 18. Applica- Boy Scout Building at approxi approxi-tions
tions approxi-tions received after that date wiU mately 9 a.m.
net tie considered as eligible for

participation. Entrants are re requested
quested requested to fill out the official en entry
try entry Wank and mail to Box 3651,
Balboa, Canal Zone, before Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Nov. 18.
Pacific Navy Wive
Held Rummage Salt
There will be a rummage sale
held at Paraiso tomorrow. A large
assortment of children's clothes
and Christmas toys win be featur-
Confederate
Veteran Has
114th Birthday
HOUSTON, Tex. (UP) Col.
Walter Williams,, oldest of the
three survivors of the War Be Between
tween Between the States, observed his
114th birthday Wednesday and
vowed he 'would "wait around
until r.n the others are gone" to
aee what happens.
Williams said his chief ambition
is to live as long as his father,
Who died at the age of 119.
Dr. Russell Wolfe, the colonel's
physician, said the aged veteran
Is "in fairly good shape, consider considering
ing considering his age." Williams' eyes are
weak and he spends most of his
time in a wheel chair.
The other remaining Confe Confederate
derate Confederate veterans are John Sail Sailing,
ing, Sailing, 110, of Slant, Va., and William
A. Landy, 109, of Laurel Hill, Fla.
Williams was a private in Hood's
Brigade during the Civil War and
took part in only one sKirmisn.
He was made an honorary colonel
by Gov. Allan Shivers.
How About You?
NEW YORK. Nov. 16 (UP) -Fisherman
magazine today issued
a questionnaire titled, "Are you
made" for fishing
Ranked high among the ques questions
tions questions was this:
"Are you more particular with
your fishing gear than with your
pouse?"

IN ithe weeks b efo"e Kay's
Brother was born, his activity up up-sot
sot up-sot her mother's sleep, In the
weeks afterwards, his feeding
needs upset it. With the added
work he made, Kay's mother was
often pretty tired.
By Kay's bedtime, she wanted
nothing so much as the child off
her mind, asleep behind a shut
.door, not asking for anything. So
Wd'say, "Not tonjght" when
asked to sing. Instead of telling a
atory with her old pleasure in its
uspense, she'd skim through a
aynopsis. Inefitably Kay started
lighting this new tense, hurried
treatment and became a bedtime
problem.
Night fter night, she'd find
ome excuse to recall her mother
to her bedroom. Night after night
-rearily reclimbing the stairs, her
mother wquli think, "Oh, what
can I do to make this child go to
aleep?"
"YOU can't MAKE a child go to
aleep," says psychiatrist Dr. Hilde
Bruch. "You can only let him
aleep and this means that, you
Inust be relaxed enough to do it."
Bedtime problems tend to devel develop
op develop in older children after a new
one's arrival, it is their protest a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the resistance they feel in
us against our extra work, our
lack of sleep, our feeling of being
abused and overburdened.
The fact that Kay's mother has
been thinking in terms of "mak "making"
ing" "making" her go to sleep tell her the
cause of ther tension self-persecution.
It tells her she's been
"making" herself do things, too
and needs the moral strength to
"let" Kay fall asleep in her own
time and in her own may without
fear of consequences.
HOW can she find it? By "let "letting
ting "letting herself" do her own work in
her own way, her own time, too.
As discipline, let her begin to fold
diapers and mash Kay's potato
with conscious slowness, forcing
her hands to gentle movement as
though she really enjoyed doing
these chores. Even this small re refusal
fusal refusal to give panic charge of her
action is a beginning of self con control,
trol, control, proving to her that she is
till capable of it.

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TURKEY TROT MAKES A BRIEF COMEBACK-Several hundred reasons why Worthing Worthing-ton,
ton, Worthing-ton, Minn., bills itself as the turkey-growing capital of the world lead off the 16th annual King
Turkey Day parade down the city's main street. An estimated 50,000 persona trom Minne Minnesota.
sota. Minnesota. Iowa and South Dakota gathered to see the birds strut their stuff.

erwide

LontinueJ
ed and many handy household i
terns will be sold at cut r a t e
prices. Ail proceeds
will be added to the
im a ITims nnrl latill
a needy organization at Christmas;
Customs Official
Says Dr. Otto Join
Was Not Drugged
KARLSRUHE, Germany (UP-
A West German customs officer
-i ,4
to the Reds, was fully conscious
,.,k. i, ,i.;i,j .
border into Communist East Ber
lin two years ago.
r.... -.!... ct-i :.
,u 8i,41U ucinaru acawu
told the Supreme Court heanng
the charges that he cleared tbe'
car carrying John, former head of,
West Germany's equivalent of the
American FBI, and Dr. Wolfgang
womgemuui across the border on
T.,1, on ioci
John's defense has been based
on his claim that he was drugged
in Wohlgemuth's apartment and
then was delivered helpless to the
East German authorities.
Schmidt said both men spoke to
him when he stopped their car at
the sector boundary to check
whether they were carrying any
goods on which they should pay
dity.
"As I came into the courtroom,
I recognized Dr. John immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. He was one of the men in the
car," Schmidt said.
The death of an Ameripan intel
ligence agency official was linked
to Johns 19S4 disaoDear
cnee. Fritz Wussow, a prosecution
witness, said Wolfgang Hoeffer, an
official of the U. S. Counter In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence Corps, told John "T will
have to pay the consequences"
if John defected to the Commun
ists.
Two days after the German w
curity chief disappeared, Hoeffer
snoi nimseu.
John and the German-born Hoef
ier were school friends. At the
time of Hoeffer's death, the U. S.
Army denied he had known John,
but later reversed themselves.
Bedtime resi slef s "Are our
friends. If they didrYt prOtesfteJ
sum in us, we might never pro-
-whvVVv,"1;61!:68 Dut wtinue to
Why? Who's driving me? Who
am I trying to please?"
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"BAND1DO "! It explodes on the screen like a grenade in
your hand! See "BANDIDO" in Cinemascope and color ON
WEDNESDAY 21 AT THE LUX, starring Robert Mitchum,
Ursula Thiess and Gilbert Roland.

Middle-Aged Couple
Join Squealing KMs
To See Elvis Movie

JJr 'T.
,
NEW YORK (UP-A squealing
few boys and at
Hie Mi
His first movie, "Love me Ten
der", opened at the Paramount
Theater. There were "free gifts
from Elvis Presley" for the first
2,000 comers scarves, hats, cam campaign
paign campaign buttons, charm bracelets,
all democrated with Elvis.
The girls -started queueing up
at 10 30 Wednesday night. Many
of them thought their rock and
roll hero would be there in person.
They weren't happy about it when
they found he wouldn't be. But
they stayed-
"I'd stand in line for a week,
said Mrs. Anne O'Connor. 48. "1
love that bov to death."
Her husband Edward, 44. a
railroad fireman, nodded, iney
arrived at 3 a.m. from Jersey
City with their 17-year-old daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Lnuisp. Louise sauealed.
mcix wac ,wv v uu
d ned Xne 2,000 gifts
" le6S than half an
- V'
. x'ney'U never know what the
picture' is abouti said a happy
g aKent. "The minute he starts
gDeav hev scream.'
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'Don't Send Us
To Red China'
SINGAPORE, Nov. 16 (UP)
Two of seven Chinese residents
sentenced to banishment as,
"threats to security" appealed tn
.. A. i.- J lk.H
tne government w senu mem i
Britain rather than to Communist
China.
Linda Chen, a former English
teacher at Chung Cheng High
School, and Seah Yong, a tran
lator for the newspapr Nanyang
Siang, asked colonial authorities
to send them to England. The
other five prospective deportees
have chosen China as their des
tination.
Authorities here said they do not
care where Seah and Miss Chen
go S3 long as they leave Sings
pore. It was not certali however.
whether British authorities would
admit them to that country.
Wife Of Defense
Secretory III
In Walter Reed
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 (UP) -Mrs.
Charles E. Wilson, wife of
tne aetense secretary, is shoving
"satisfactory improvement" from
an illness, the Defense Depart Department
ment Department said today.
It said she is expected to he
discharged from the Walter
Reed Army Medical Center this
weekend.
Mrs. Wilson was taken to the
hospital early Monday morning
with an undisclosed illness. A
Defense Department spokesman
said the nature of ber illness is
"a matter Of confidence between
her and her physicians."

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PM'fJlhw, mobhed a Tjmes Square
i, theater today to see Elvis PrW&y

AT TIVOLI ANNIVERSARY

niversary celebrations with the President of Panama. Ernesto de la Guardia, Mrs. de la la-Guardia,
Guardia, la-Guardia, the Governor of the Canal Zone William- E. Potter and Mrs. Potter.

Liz Taylor, Todd
Arrive In Miami
For Yew Days Rest'
MIAMI (UP -Actress Elizabeth
Taylor, weighted down by a 29Vfr 29Vfr-carat
carat 29Vfr-carat diamond ring given to her
by producer Michael Todd, flew
here with him Wednesday night
for "a few days rest."
Miss Taylor's expected divorce
suit against British actor Michael
Wilding was filed by her attorney
Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif,
12 hours after she and Todd left
Hollywood for Miami by way of
New York.
The combination of the ring, the
legal action and the warm and
ell known friendship of Todd and
.'ass Taylor led to questions about
possible marriage plans.
"She hasn'
ked me yet,"
rood said
As for the ring, displayed pub publicly
licly publicly for the first time when the
pair left New York, Todd said
"it's just a friendship ring, and
besides It's only carats. We

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Deadlock Goes
Into 16th Month
GENEVA, Nov 16 (UP) -Deadlocked
diplomatic negotiations
between the United States and
Communist China went into their
16th month today with no report
of progress.
A communique issued after
U. S. Ambassador U. Alexis John Johnson
son Johnson met Ambassador Wang Pine Pine-nan
nan Pine-nan for the 61st time said only
that they will meet again Nov. 30.
didn't want to be extravagant,!
you know.
Todd, 48, is twice the agi
the freckled beaut?.
BecJXise Miss Taylor daci'ded to
get a divorce in California, she
won't be eligible to remarry for
a year after the decree is issued.
j,-
The screen star's divorce peti petition
tion petition said a property settlement
had been reached which would
divide the W Wings' community
prpperty and give the actress cus
today of their two children, Mich Michael.
ael. Michael. 4, and Christopher. 2. She
should receive support money for
them, but no alimony.
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Melendez and Town's Wall, two of the best
hones now competing locally, will match strides in
the featured $1000 seven-furlong sprint tomorrow
afternoon at the President Remon race track.

5aaulro. Kadir and Brlc com
plelte a five horse field that is
, jBUMStted to stage a thriller from
'start to nnisn. paauiro, wnicn
will be ridden bv the accomplish
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cera ror me seven mnuiig uu-
1th a mark of 1:23 flat.
co-holder of the six
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liroke 1:11 flat. The
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ens of a mile was turned by
ftendez before chiroke broke
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twttrrow'i featture race win
ner.
Totftfi Wall was fourth, and
Melendez fifth in the Nov. 3
aaama Indep enaence Day
'.behind the victorious
Golazo and third place
finisher Pappa Flynn. Bias A A-guirre
guirre A-guirre will do the booting aboard
Town's Wall while Alfredo Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez will guide Melendez.
Eric, fresh from his upset vic victory
tory victory over the classy Palmer, gets
in light wfth Braulio Baeza slat slated
ed slated to handle his reins. Kadlran
easy winner his last time out
also, will bt ridden by Alejandro
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Grab Series Lead
Over Diablo Heights
Panama' all-star bowlers
got off to a quick, easy win in
a three-game series with Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights last night By out out-rolling
rolling out-rolling the He'ghtsmen, 3-1.
The overall pin totals were 2,-30-2,619
for the Panamanians.
The game scores were 871 871-333,
333, 871-333, 921-870, and Dlablo s sole
win 916-888.
Th one's Bud Balcer had a
E high series, 58S. Bob Toland,
;.jdt?t of Diablo Heights, had a
SW. Panama was led by Jose
TtftmUn (553), and Johnny

alRmn (548). f
The second or the series will
be rolled Nov. 29 at Hie Diablo
bowling alley.
trig At Your Service
.BOA 4:30, 6:35, 8:40
Air-Conditioned
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Sat. "Trouble with Harry"
CRISTOBAL
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SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:55
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dingers complete the ten race
program. I
The attendance is expected to
improve now that admission
prices have been slashed in
half. General admission is 36
rents instead of 50 cents, reserv
ed seats cost 50 cents instead of
$1 (one dollar) and one oouar is
enough to gain admittance to
the clubhouse.
Along The Fairways
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION
All you P.WG.A. imembers
take notice!! There is a big day
planned for us at Gamboa Golf
Club tomorrow. Mae Askew has
really been working. In addition
to our regular monthly prizes,
there will be five spot prizes
donated as well as a planned
luncheon.
The course will be closed to all
players except P.W.G.A. mem members
bers members until 12:30. Dont forget
that it is also the President's
Trophy Tourney with a han handicap.
dicap. handicap. To top the day off there
will be the election of new offi officers.
cers. officers. Mae has nromised in case
of rain there will be special en
tertainment and it should be
good. Don't let a Uttle dampness
keep you away.
The official starting time is
8:00 a.m. but some of the sir is
have expressed a desire to start
earlier. There will be someone
on hand to take care of you at
the club from 7:00 a.m. on. Any
one who can make arrangements
with their group may begin at
that time. Trie line-up is as fol follows:
lows: follows: 8:00: C. Burns, L. Knuth, s.
Carpenter.
8:05: R. Cherry, R. Daniel.
8:10: B. Hughes, L. Jqnes, C.
Bishop.
8:15 F. Twomey. L, Hadley.
8:20: E. Mathleson, B. Dllfer,
H. Schull.
8:25: J. Stlrewalt, P. Mon Mon-ttayne.
ttayne. Mon-ttayne. 8:30 J. Mortis, Lynn Jones, D.
Lacroix.
8:35: N. Spagna, J. Clare.
8:40: K. Call, I. Robinson, A.
French.
8:45: M. Biggs, L. Jones, B.
Fish.
8:50: P. Waring, E. Wright.
8:55: B. J. Nelson, B. Hennon,
C. FarnsWbrwi.
Rainbow Ofy
Softball Loop
To Hold Dance
RAINBOW CITY The Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Open Classification
Softball League has planned to
sponsor a Thanksgiving day
dance at the Rainbow cfty Gym-"
nasium to raise fundi for the
coming season.
Armando Boza and his Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra are to play for the dance
which will begin at 4 p.m. Nov.
22 and end at midnight.
As added attraction, the league
has planned to give away several
door prizes and sponsor a dual
cha cha cba-rock and roll con contest.
test. contest. Winners will be given gifts
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
John Payne
"ROAD TO DENVER"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"Trouble Along The Way"
Sat. "Forever Darling"
"BACKLASH"
GAMBOA 7:08
Sat. "Road To Denver"
GATUN 7:00
"Benny Goodman Story"
Sat. "World in My Corner"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:15
w Victor Mature
"LAST FRONTIER"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"Son of Paleface"
I Saturday "Picnic" 1

Randolph Scott Dorothv Malone
"TALL MAN RIDING"
Saturday "THE KING AND I"

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CAMP BlERD 6:15 8:00
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Tomorrow s
Racing Card

1st Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 4:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLES
1 Te Gano
2 Grey Juan
3 Nogallnq,
4 Vedette
5 Jaqulmazo
B. Baeza no
S. carvajal 115.
F. Alvarez 110
J. Jimenez HOx
A. Ycaza 115
2nd. Race 6th Series Imp. 6 F.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Barlyon A. ycaza 115
Buzzer J. Phillips 105
weet Windsor G. Vas. 107::
rimllda E. Dario 108
5 Melros6 J. Bravo 115
6 Dlanalicia A. Vasuquez 110
3rd Race "F" Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse $275 Pool Closes 1:45
ONE TWO
1 Chepanita F. Gatlca 110
2 Black Bee R. Vasquez 117
3 Avispa J. Bravo 113
4 Redondita A. Gonzales 108
5 Folletito G. Vasquez 105x
4th Race "G" Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse $275 Poo; I Closes 2:20
QUINIELA
1 Bagdad a. Montero 103
2 Golden Pick A. Gorges 103
3 Guarare J. Rocmglte 118
4 Miml R. L. Gill 113
5 San Cristobal A. Vai. 114
6 Solito B. Agulrre 110
7 Regla F. Sanchez 99x
5th Race "H2a." Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:55
-La Pampanini G. Monte. 107x
2 Tap Lady A. Gonzales 113
3 Don Manuel R.Gomez 108
4 Que Llndo S. Carvajal 113
5 (Filon J. Gongora 124
6 (Don Jaime C. Igleslas 110
6th Race 5th Series Imp. 8 F.
Purse $500 Pool Closes3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Onda Real G. Montero 102x
2 Single Slipper G. Vas. 109x
3 Rlscal F. Alvarez 106
4 Reynold G. Sanchez 110
5 White Apron B. Agulrre 115
6 Coral R. Vasquez 110
7th Race 6th Series Imp; 6 F.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 4:05
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Lucho
C. Igleslas 110
L. Giraldo 118
B. Agulrre 110
R. Vasquez 116
J. Phillips 116
V. Castillo- 115
2 Socorrlto
3 Remiron
4 Fellac
5 Tiny Brook
6 Matruh
7 Copar
jrjlmAnez l05x
8 Bright Blade B. Baeza 120
8th Race "A" Ntives 1 Mile
Purse $375 Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
Joe A. Ycaza 109
2 Ocean Star R. Vasquez 110
3 Don Brigido G. Vasquez 115x
4 Yosikito A Vasquez 111
5 Apache D. Cortez 110
o Kiqui a. aguirre uo
9th Race 4th Series imp. 7 F.
Purse $600 Pool Closes 5:15
ONE TWO
1 Febrero II A. Vasquez 118
-Dawn Sons;
G. Vasquez 102x
G. Momtero 103x
3 Moon Beam
4 Chivilingo
R. Vasquez 118
5 Iguazu
B. Baeza 108
6 Mezereum
JV Bravo 110
CRuiz 118
F. Alvarez 110
E. Dario 110
-Little Fool
8 Suntonner
9 Suzerain
10th Race Special Imp. Fgs.
Purse $1000 Pool Closes 5:40
-Paulro q J. Bravo 1)0
2 Kadir A. Icaza 108
3 Melendez A. Vasquez '122
4 Eric B. Baeza 105
5 Town's Wall B. Agulrre 122
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
1 Jaqulmazo Nogalino
2 Melrose Barlyon
3 Black Bee Folletito
4 San Cristobal Solito
5 Filon (e) Don Jaime (e)
6 White Apron
7 Lucho
8 Apache
9 Mezereum
Reynold
Tiny Brook
Ocean Star
Febrero II
Melendez
10 Town's Wall
T.OS ANGELES (UP) Golden
fBoy Art Aragon of Los Angeles,
the fourth ranking welterweight,
and Gene Poirier of Niagara Falls,

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Legion Stadium! Dec. 4.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (UP)-Ged-dy's
Pick brought a record price
of $32,000 for a yearling pacin?
filly at the annual standard bred
sales Wednesday, topping the pre previous
vious previous high of $25,000 paid for the
filly Wav Dream in 195' at Lex
ington, Ky. J. E. and t E, Arm-
strong of Toronto paid tne record
price.
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NEW STANDARD Water polo player Dezs Gyarmaty of
Hungary walks with a party into the Melbourne, Australia,
airport building carrying a revised Hungarian flag. The So Soviet
viet Soviet emblem had been removed during the player's flight and
replaced by Kossuth Arms mounted on a black patch of
mourning.

Lefty Fireballer
Tom Flanigan
To Play Here
By I. J. HARRISON JR.
With the signing- of left hand
ed pitcher Tom Flanigan, the
champion Chesterfield club of
the Panama professional League
has about filled its quota of four
imported players, it was an announced
nounced announced yesterday by the Smok-
er front office.
t Flanigan la a- 22-year-old
fireballer who pitched for
Memph's, Class AA Southern
Association last season, and
compiled a 9-5 average.
Standing 6'3" and weighing
185 pounds, Flanigan appeared
in 47 games for the Chicks,
mostly in relief. He worked 109
innings, struck out 9 batters,
and walked 34, while building a
3.75 ERA.
Flanigan, who- is the property
of the Chicago White Sox, was
recommended to the Smokers by
that organization which is anx anxious
ious anxious that he gain experience
playing winter ball.
Th 80uthrjaw. who renorted
to the Whit Sox spring train training
ing training camp before the start of
last season, figures big in the
parent club's plans for the fu future,
ture, future, i
The other imported members
of the champions will be center-
fielder Hal Grate, who played
with Birmingham, Class AA
Southern Association last sum summer;
mer; summer; right hander Charles Gor Gor-mon
mon Gor-mon who worked on the mound
for Denver, Class AAA American
Asoclation; and another high
classification hurler who has
not yet been named.
In other news concerning) the
Chesterfield club: manager
Andy Cohen, a former major
leaguer with 28 years of base baseball
ball baseball experience behind him,
will arrive here next Tuesday
morning. Workouts, under his
direcf on, are slated to begin
Wednesday. Grote Is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to reach Panama Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Art Larsen Shows
Slight Improvement
CASRO VALLEY, Calif, nov
16 (UP) ennis star Art Lar
sen, unconscious from a critical
scooter accident jhowed ..slight
improvement" todav.
improvement" today.
Dr. M. B. Corbett, physician for
the former U.S. national singles
champion, said his patient was
able to take some liquid norish
ment by mouth Wednesday, but
that a 24 hour watch is still being
maintained.
Corbett said it was the first time
since Larsen s emergency brain
surgery last Sunday that the court
ace has been able to take food
orally.

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Wes Santee Could
Decimate' U.S.
Olympic Team

NEW YORK (UP)- Suspended
track star Wes Santee declared in
a magazine story today that he
could "decimate" the United
States Olympic team now in Aus
tralia by telling what he knows of
rules violations by other stars.
Santee, banned from amateur
competition by the AAU for ac accepting
cepting accepting excessive expense money,
said in a s -ry under his by-line
in the Nov. 19 Issue of Life Maga Magazine:
zine: Magazine: r "Most of the "pOst-collegians on
Our 1956 Olympic track team -are'
as guilty as I, but I don't plan to
blow the whistle on them. .if I
talk it would decimate the U.S.
team. This would be particularly
foolish since we all know how
other nations competing in the
Olympics, especially Russia, sub subsidize
sidize subsidize their athletes.
Santee also said, "last year I
was offered and given more
than $10,000 for running the mile
...Of the $10,000, I spent a good
portion in traveling and. living ex expenses
penses expenses on the road."
Triplet Big Reason
Giants Quarterbacks
Lose Only 21 Yards
NEW YORK, Nov. 16 (UP) -Mel
Triplett, a husky lad who
has bee? supporting a family since
he was in high school, is one of
the bic reasons New York Giant
quarterbacks havt lost only 21
yards this season while attempt attempt-ins
ins attempt-ins to pass.
Triplett is a six-foot, one-inch
215-pound fullback. He gives pass passers
ers passers Charley C o n e r 1 y and Don
Heinrich the best backfield block blocking
ing blocking protection the team has had
in years.
Triplett has scored -ix touch
downs but he is most valuable to
the National Football League's
Eastern Division leaders as a
blocker on pass and running plays.
Triplett and his teammates are
seven point favorites to retain
their one-gare lead Sunday at the
expense of the Redskins.
The Redskins (3-3) have upset
the Cleveland Browns, Chicago
Cardinal? ai.d Detroit Lions in
their last three starts.
The other selections for Sunday
with won-lost records in paren parenthesis:
thesis: parenthesis: Bears (6-1) over, Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Rams (2-5) at Chicago;
Lioi (6-1) aver Baltimore Colts
(3-3) at Detroit; Cardinals (5-2)
over Steelers (2-5) at Pittsburgh;
Browns (2-5) over Eagle (3-4) at
Philadelphia; Packers (2-5) over
San Francisco Forty Niners (1-6)
at G B.' '.
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Lightweight contender Kenny
Lane, with 10 straigHf victories un
der his belt, offered a: guarantee
of $75,000 today to champion Joe
Brown; for af Miami tiffe defense
in February)
Southtftw Laner of Muskegon,
Mich., .registered his 10th consec consecutive
utive consecutive win Wednesday night on a
unanimous 10-round decision over
Frankie Ryff .of New Yrk in their
TV bout before ;i,433 a Biscayne
Arena.
Announcing the $39,000 offer, co co-Ma
Ma co-Ma mger Jack.Kesrhs said, "I be
lieve Browfivsl.inattager, Lou Vis
man, to force a title -I ht."
Lane, ranked fifth among con contenders,"
tenders," contenders," weighed 138 pounds to
Ryffs 140, as he.; hammered out
a 97-95, 98-92, 97-95 victory.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK; (UP) Italo Scorti Scorti-hini
hini Scorti-hini of Italy and Hardy (Bazoo (Bazooka)
ka) (Bazooka) Smallwood of Brooklyn have
signed to meet in a 10-round mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight ,jtut at St. Nicholas
Arena, Nov. 26.
PRINCETON, N.J. (UP) Fred
Tlley, Princeton's first-string full fullback
back fullback who broke his collarbone a
month ago, may be able to play
for the Tigers Saturday against
Yale in New Haven. Conn. The
Lehighton, Pa., sophomore will be
examined today to see u he is fit
enough to play. Hewes Agnew,
who took over for Tiley, was in injured
jured injured against Cornell and his start starting
ing starting status k doubtful.
CHICAGO (UP) The, Chicago
Cubs today announced the appoin' appoin'-ment
ment appoin'-ment of George Myatt as a coac'i
for the 1957 season, completing the
three, man coaching staff.
Manager Bob Schefting said My Myatt
att Myatt would coach at third base and
Freddie Fltzslmmons at first, al although
though although he planned to make peri periodic
odic periodic appearances in th Roaches'
box. The third coach, Ray Muel Mueller,
ler, Mueller, will handle the bullpen.
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Canadians
May Hurt US
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MELBOTnwft' ..Aiii
Canada s ftlvmni t..i. j
field coach flatly predicted today
that the heavily-ftyowd' "United
States athletes won't, go io well' in
this cold weather," but U.S. Coach
Jim Kelly insisted he is "highly
encouraged" by his team's pres' pres'-ept
ept pres'-ept form.
Fred Foot, the cnAn m nntAi
was emphatic- in, his beHef that
American athletes who have been
training in the sunny climes of
California will be hurt by the cur current
rent current Melbourne cold wave but that
ins mapie Leaf squad won't.
"We trained a full monir
degree weather," Foot pointed out.
xms is warm to us, and the Unit United
ed United States athletes won't like it a
bit. We have a good chance for
three gold medals in trick."
Foot's sentiments were backed
UP by Canadian tpam Uinm
Bob Osborne, who said henhinks
me canaaians an win as many
as 10. gold medals instead of the
one thev caotiireri in tho iqe9
Olympics.
But Kelly, much-criticized coach
of the U. S. track sojiad.. was in
a very optimistic mood, as be ana
lyzeu.we results pi tne Americans'
showing in their first competition
over here, a special ment WoHno.
day at nearby Geelong in which
u. o. ainietei won six ol tne nine
events.
Kelly singled out for special
praise decathlon star Milt Camp Campbell
bell Campbell of Plainfieid, N. J., pole vault vault-er
er vault-er Bob Gutowski of Occidental
College, hurdl Jack Davis, stee steeplechaser
plechaser steeplechaser Phil Coleman, and pole
vaulter Bob Richards.
"Everybody seems tQ think that
Ra'fei- Johnson of UCLA has a lock
in the decathlon," Kelly, said. "But
off the form that Campbell showed
at Geeiong, It looks Hke he'll give
Johnson s real struggle fn the de decathlon.
cathlon. decathlon. I'm just glad'they're both
our -boys.',
Kelly added that Davis was
"back at peak form'" and seemed
ready for a world record effort in
the 110-meter high hurdles, and
that Rhmards, who is favored, to
retain his pole vault champion championship,
ship, championship, "has been .working real
hard" and might be a big surprise
in- the decathlon.
Coleman, 25-year old Chicago

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teacher, was the real surprise at
Geelong. In finishing second to
Britain's Chris Brasher in an
8:45.6 two-mile run. Coleman
clocked 8:48 eclipsing the Amer American
ican American record for the distance by 1.6
seconds and beatine his own nn.
vious besi time by 23.3 seconds.
. u' ? t -"Coleman's
time was the fastest
two miles ever clocked by an
Ameriean and he's raring to go,"
beamed Kelly. "And Gutowski's
yault of 14 feet, 8 inches under
those conditions (poor lighting)
was sometning extra special.
The United States suffered a ma major
jor major setback in another snort, the
modern pentathlon, however, when
it was announced that Bob Miller
of Seattle, Wash., will probably
miss the competition because of a
recurring leg injury. Miller, con considered
sidered considered America's top hope in th
military style competition featur featuring
ing featuring riding, running, and shooting,
was injured on Oct. 17 and team
leader Lt. Col. Bill Hood said to today,
day, today, "I'm going to reepmmend
now that he he withdrawn."
Gator Bowl Group
Says It No Longer
Gets leftovers'
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Gator Bowl stlectio commit committee
tee committee boasts it is no longer getting
"leftovers!' and predicts it will put
on its best r how ever on Dec. 29.
The committee, admittedly aim aiming
ing aiming high, has placed second-ranked
Tennessee, currently tlie No. 1
bowl pick, oa- its "most wanted
list."
Executive Secretary George Ol
sen of the Gator Bowl Assn. thinks
Jacksonville has a good chance to
grab the unbeaten Volunteers from
the New rieator&igair Bowl.
The committee also has such top
bow' choices as Pittsburgh, Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, Navy and Gaorgia Tech on
its check list.
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PAGE ELEVEN
Mississippi Pick To Catch Tennessee On Off Day

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1IM

Saturdays Selections

GMrgit Teeh 41, Alabama i
Miami M, Clemsen 7
Mississippi 14, Tennessee 7
Mirth Carolina 14, Netra Dama
9
Minnesota M, Michiflan Stata 13
fran Stata M, N. Car. Stata 7
Y.la 27, Princaton 7
Syracuse 20, Catfat 11
Oklahoma 27, Miaaavri

Wvemina 1J, trie-ham Yevna 13

Yaxaa A. ana M. 14, Rka 7
ayler 21, Nebraska
Stanford 21, Waahinftan 13
Pittsburgh 27, Army 13
Navy 35, Virginia 7
Yaxaa Christian 23, Ywlana
Ortoan StaU 41, Make 13
Southern Califoniia It, Orofan
13

Grayson Also Sees
Yale Over Princeton

y HARRY GRAYSON
MtW VOHK Nov. 1 (NEA)

lAfter Oklahoma finishes the busi-

Iness of manhandling Missouri wis
weekend ard Wyoming Wallops
Brieham Young, these two will

I find themselves the only all win-

Ining college football teams of any
account in the universe.
For whil Snorters Clendon

iThomas and Tommy McDonald go

Iti the races behmd amy rncer s
blocking and Jim Crawford runs
Iwiiri fnr Wvnminff defeats will be

I in the making for all-winning ele-

Ivens elsewhere.

Knoxville. Tenn., will be one

lioot. Bowden Wvatt's Volunteers

nave more than Mississippi's

strong team to battle this week.

They have human nature. The
Vols pulled themselves together
nor a tremendous same against

Georgia Tech, won it and now

Eiave a whole week to think about
t. As a rule, there isn't much a

Icoach can do about a situation

such s this. It is made to order

for Paige Cothren and the rest of
tthe Mississippi backs, who should
win big one.

NEW HAVIN, CONN., is anoth

er. Charley Caldwell's Princeton
team, unruffled so far, will find
Yale a full step ahead of normal
Evy League class. The Bulldogs'
first eleven is the type of material
one finds in the Big Ten or South Southeast
east Southeast Conference. A trifle bored by
the calibre of play It has encoun encountered
tered encountered so far, Yale can be expect expected
ed expected to throw its' best at Priceton.

This is absolutely too much, no

natter how superbly drilled
Princeton is. Caldwell teaches kids
to run the buck lateral sequence
is if they were being paid for it.
He finds all-impcrtant tailbacks
submerged beneath piles of chem chemistry
istry chemistry textbooks.

Yale, however. Has the likes of

Dennis McGill, a climax runner
Iwho could be take to any cam cam-bus.
bus. cam-bus. It has an end, Paul Lopata,
Iwho appears to be carved from
anthracite of his native Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. It has too much for Prince

ton. So much, perhaps, that It
could be a rout.

TNI YALE-PR I NCRTON affair

is football at its romantic best

This is an old series between two
national schools. But it Is not the
biggest game, nationally, of the

day.
The most significant ones, from
a commercial standpoint, are the
clashes which send Ohio State a-

gainst Iowa at Iowa City and
Michigan State against Mennesota

at Minneapolis.

Ohio State's grind-it-out offense

has established t ntw Big Ten vie

tory record. But the Buckeyes can

not attend the Rose Bow. this sea
son because of an NCAA ban.

Not that it really matters. For
Iowa, which hasn't won a Big Ten

title since 1921, will beat the Buck

eyes Saturday. Iowa hts an alert

defense which can contain a now

er-tinged attack well enough. It al also
so also can score well enough to win

by a touch-down, 14-7.
Minnesota lost searching en

counter with Iowa last time out,
but figures to be a touch higher
than Michigan State this week.

The Gophers could salvage a Pa

aadena trip if things don't work

out as we expect at Iowa City.

Ir SOMEBODY HAD informed
us that Michigan State, after its
showing against Michigan and No Notre
tre Notre Dame, would drop two games
this season we would have recoil

ed, at the statement. But the Spar
tens are stepping into the thresh

er at, Minneapolis. Because they
were in the bowl last time, Duffy
Daugberty and company are ine ine-l:gible
l:gible ine-l:gible this season. Minnesota has
the Incentive, plus a Bobby Cox Cox-led
led Cox-led attack which should not be
contained twice in a row. We see

this one a 20-13 Minnesota triumph.

Texas A. and M which has

been tied by Houston, seems

have the overall personnel to turn

back Rice and wind up in tne cot

ton Bowl. But the question about

the Aggies iocs beyond the field.

The school is in another jam over

recruiting.

Basketball With Heart

NEW YORK (NEA) The kid

khowed up at the hotel in Tel A A-iv
iv A-iv the dav Elmer Ripley was

packing to return to the United

Estates.

For noarlv 11 months RiDlev had

keen teaching Israeli youngsters
Ihow to play basketball. Now, only
Wee rfavs before he was to have

KLken 15 of them to Melbourne for

he Olympics, a war naa sianea.
Mst ot his players were some somewhere
where somewhere in the desert, shooting ri-

Ifles instead of "kvitzas" jump

shots. And Elmer, wno nas coacn coacn-led
led coacn-led at Yale, Notre Damt George George-fltnum
fltnum George-fltnum snH West Point, was heading

or home on U.S. Consulate orders

I with the empty feeling you get
when a lot of hard work is blown
tway.

Elmer let the kid in. He was a

Imild-talking 18-year-old who had

Ibeen one 01 ms oeuer piayers.

lEvery day for months he baa

Icome faithfully to Ripley's 5:30

p.m. practice sessions. Feet bare,
lie raced around the asphalt court.

I Shoes were too precious an item
to be squandered on practice.

The kind had leatt.ed other

Ithings, too. The halting English he

I spoke. And how to eat with a

knife and fork. He had never used

anvthinff tn Alt with hut his hands

back in his cave-like home in Hai Haifa.
fa. Haifa.
Now the man who had helped
him for all these months was
leaving and the kid wanted to ex

press now he felt.

He held out a gleaming glass ob object.
ject. object. It was a basketball court and
players in blown glass which he
had put together when he wasn't
working as a glass blower with

his father.

It was complete from glass
backboards on the baskets to the
five dark shirted offensive team
and the white shirted defenders.
And in a final touch aimed at

pleasing Ripley, the basketball

fundamentalist, he had the glass

figured offensive team working a

heaos-up pick play from the cor
ner.

"This," the kid said to Ripley,

is from the heart."

He had walked to the hotel with
the gift, carefully picking hit way
so he wouldn't drop it. It was a

round-trip of 16 miles

Eipley is back in Staten Island.

N. Y., hoping that something will

come up to allow the Uracil team

to make Melbourne. The United
States Committee for Sports in Is

rael said there still was a chance.

at

Menm'ho really Jimtgeols prefer PROTO.
Experts kntw that fey use special ajloy
ste), proper forging, scientific heal treat treat-ing,
ing, treat-ing, tested designs. Demand PROTO
fnfiuitml tools. Come in ftd see out
complete selections.

SIM

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FITTING CLIMAX

- :

Thero will be a well-filled

sports schedule in Panama over

nis coming weekend.

A soccer match fenturlna; Pa-

raiso and Colegio de Don Bosco

of Panama will be played Sun

day at tne paraiso Field. The
game will begin at 10 a.m.

Both men and women will Dlav

volley ball Sunday at the Santo
Domingo aporta club of Panama

against Canal Zone teams.

The girl's champion cap. Se-

gura of the Zone will play Club
Abernathy In the first game,

Hoople Looks For Push'
-Says Princeton Is It

By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
All-American Pusher; for Tod Cey
EGAD! These golden Saturdays
take me back to the days when
Walter Camp named me an All-American.
It was none other than your ver versatile
satile versatile correspondent who was wont

to to fan-tn beWBTTrria-CBy and

shove him along to victory.
Mr. Camp, whose word was of

ficial, credited me with pushing
Coy to nine touchdowns. Aa a

matter of fact t was 11.
In those days one of my side sideline
line sideline associates was a young sci science
ence science student named Etienne Nuss Nuss-baum.
baum. Nuss-baum. Only yesterday I encounter encountered
ed encountered him again, and he has consent consented
ed consented to join my staff.
One of his first predictions is a
victory this week for Princeton fl flyer
yer flyer Yale. However he saya Yale
will beat Harvard next week. Dr.

i The Old Boy Himself

Russia Invites
US Track-Field
Team to Moscow

MELBOURNE, Australia, Nov.
16 (UP) America's favored
track and field forces, marking
time in their training as a sec second
ond second straight rainy day swamped
th running tracks, were invited
by Russia today to open an an annual
nual annual competition, with a visit to
Moscow in 1957.
"Soviet sports lovers will at
last see United States athletes
after a long time of waiting,"
said Kenstantin Rrou pin,
president of til Soviet Athle Athletic
tic Athletic union, who extended the
invitation to American offi officials
cials officials at an informal meeting.
"If possible, we will go to the
United States in 1958 with great
pleasure and hope to make this
U.S.8.R. versus United States
competition a yearly event,"

said Kroupin, adding that a for

mal written invieation wouia
follow the verbal one.
Dan Ferris, secretary-treasurer
of the United States Amateur
Athletic Union, immediately ex expressed,
pressed, expressed, his pleasure at the invi invitation
tation invitation and predicted that such
a competition would "do a great
deal towards world peace."
"We were invited to go to the
U.S.S.R. last year, but we could
not make it," said Ferrhs in
recalling previous efforts to
establish track competition be between
tween between the two nations. "We is-

Nussbaum is now mummy cura curator
tor curator at a prominent mid western
museum.
Your selector hasn't many up

sets to offer this week, straight

football prevailing unless you

count it a form reversal for Kan

sas to defeat UCLA-hak-kafff!
Now go on and read the fault
less chart of games:
Princeton 14, Yale 7
Pitt 20, Army 14
Harvard 13, Brown
Syracuse 27, Colgate 13
Perm 14, Columbia 13
Darthmouth 29, Cornell 14
Navy If, Virginia 4
Notre Dame 21, No. Carolina 7
Illinois 27, Wisconsin U
Michigan 20, Indiana e
Ohio State 24, Iowa 21
Kansas State 14, Iowa Stata 7
Minnesota 21, Mich. StaU 20
Oklahoma 34, Missouri 20
Purdue 20, N'wostorn 7
Georgia Tech 24, Alabama 14
So. Methodist 20, Arkansas 13
Auburn 14, Georgia 7
aylor 14, Nebraska 4
Duke 7, Wako Forest 0
Miss. State 14, La. St. 4
Tannosseo 27, Mississippi 13
Rice 14, Texas A. and M. 14
Texas Christian 20, Texas 14
Vandorbilt 19, Tulane 7
Kansas 14, UCLA 7
Calif. 27, Wash. State 7
Utah 20, Colorado M
Oregon 21, So. California 13
Washington, 20, Stanford 14

sued an invitation in 1953 for
the Soviet team to come to the
United States, but it was call called
ed called off because of Soviet obeje obeje-tions
tions obeje-tions to our fingerprinting
laws. We hope that those laws
will be off the books by 1958."
Attending- fch. mMrM in rh

Russian quarters, at which vod vodka
ka vodka and cola were the chief bev beverages,
erages, beverages, were Americans Ferris,
track coach Jim Kelly and his
assistants, and track manager
Larry Houston and his assistants
and Russians Kronnin head

coach Gabriel Korobkov and

others.

Diet That's Easy
To Remember

GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y. -(NEA)-
George Gainford, one of

Sugar Ray Robinson s six manag

ers, has his own ideas on dieting

In this era of calory charts and

special foods in numbers that leave
the average overweight person diz dizzy,
zy, dizzy, Trainer Gainford's special diet

is simple and refreshing.

"I get fighters down to correct
weight easily," he says. "I don't
let them have anything that has
flour in it, nothing that grows un under
der under the ground and nothing from
the pig.
"Then I run 'em till their ton-

tongues are out."

Panama To Have Weekend Of Sports

and Artes y Oficios will meet the
Los Morgos Club of Panama in
the second gfune.
Some of the nation's top cy

clists will race in four racing
events Sunday at the Olympic
Stadium.
National champ Armando Ro Romero
mero Romero and Carlos Barraza, Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Williams and Emllio Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, along with other cyclists,
will race in the 1,000 meter
scratch raoe, 1,000 meter timed
race, 4,000 meter race, and the
Australian (type marathon.

Today Encanto Al- .20
Double In Cinemascope!
Robert Taylor in
"D-Day The Sixth of June"
"obert Ryao to--Trfii
PROUD ONES"

Today IDEAL .20 .10
"MYSTERIOUS ISLAND"
Chapters 8 (.,
"TOKYO JOE"....
"DESERT HORSEMAN'

PANAMA. R. DE.P.

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the fun at the

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
Midnite to 4:30 a.m.
with the
piano bats and drum
combination of the

GEORGE
G0D0Y
THI0

In the air-conditioned
BALBOA ROOM
nightcap on the house at
4:30 a.m.
George also plays the piano
10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Tues., Wed. it Thuri.

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FOR SALI
Household

FOR SALE: All furniture of a
residence because of t rata ling.
Phone 3-0798.
FOR SALE: 24" television set
(GE) 2560-cycle; household
ooods, refrigerator, radio-phonograph,
miscellaneous effects. Sot
at 2354 Owen St., Balboa, or
call 2-1405.
BECAUSE owrHr in States, will
Mil little used, Servel refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator with freesor top, any cycle.
Phono Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR SALE: CBS television with
stand, 2 months old; RCA Hi Hi-Fidelity
Fidelity Hi-Fidelity phonograph, 3 speeds.
Both 2560-cycle. Refrigerator
W.stinghouse, 25-eyelo; wicker
furniture. Balboa 2-3171
FOR SALE: Morox fas stove 4
burners and oven. Leaving lath-
3335 Ph" l,CM' Rdml"
Moscow Means
To Be Informed
NEW YORK. Nov 1 mv
Vantage Press. Inc., today re revealed
vealed revealed an order from Moscow
Central Library for three books
"Let's Fight Communism a New
Way:" "Why the U.S. Will Lose
worrri war in," and "American
L,aDor and the Intellectual."

No Room On Front Porch

(Continued from Pace 1)

on the Isthmus, he said to Pres President
ident President de la Guardia:
"I am sure, Mr. President
that you will find In Got. Pot Potter
ter Potter and he in you that desire
to cooperate and work in mu mutual
tual mutual regard toward the rela
tionship which destiny has
brought in our two countries."
This morning Thatcher and
Mrs. Thatcher paid a call on the
President and the First Lady at
the Presldencia.
Last night's crowd Rave an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic reception to the mu musical
sical musical narrative, "Out On The Big
Front Porch," written and pro produced
duced produced by Donald E. Musselman
and Victor A. Herr.
One of the messages the per performers
formers performers most appreciated earn
by mall. It was sentby Mrs.
Harry H. Rousseau, the origi original
nal original of the "Gladys" of last
night s show, who staged a
surprise wedding- at the T'voll
to a young- Naval officer who
was to become the late Admir Admiral
al Admiral Rosseau.
Mrs. Rousseau, who now lives
in Fairfield. Conn., had received
an advance copy of the annl
versarv urogram.
Similar copies were mailed to
each of the Panama Canal Soc
ieties in the States.
Postal officials estimated
that yesterday's mail ran 15
to 20 per cent higher than
usual because of the special
Tivoli anniversary c a c het
stamped on outgoing letters.
The crowd at the Tivoli was
estimated at more than 1200.
Seats 'had been arranged for
slightly over 600 In the ballroom:
several hundred more persons
were sitting or standing In the
lobby, bar and grille.
One estimator said: "If the
Tivoli stood up under that crowd,
It ouaht to last another 50
years."
H. J. Chase, manager of the
Tivoli Guest House, reported that
light refreshments were served
to about 1000 in the dining room
after the formal program.
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FACING THE DROUGHT Dust devils dance- across his
newly sown fields as farmer Herbert Brown scans arid tkies
near Lawrence, Kan. No rain of significance had fallen in
over 50 days at time of planting. The condition is typical of
those prevailing in many areas and said to be the wornt o
record in some sections of the state.

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Bel-Air $1425. Office 2.
2719, home 2-3214 after 5,
516, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 4-
,$700. Office 2-2719, home
2-3214 after 5:00. 516 Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Station Wagon, original owner,
excellent condition, undereoated,
$1300. Call Ctl. 2144 until 4:00
or Curundu 429S evenings.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4-door,
8-eylinder,' radio, good condition
$325. Call TtVl 827.
FOR SALI: 1954 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door "210" Sedan Powargllde.
good condition. 8 130-A 4th St.,
Margarita, 3-1978.
FOR SALE: -1950 Pontiac Pan Panel
el Panel Delivery car, Vi -ton capacity,
in good condition. Jean B. Seta
Street No 13-A-13. Telephone
2-1959. M
FOR SALE: 1951 2-door Ford
Victoria Fordomatie, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, new battery, good condition,
$575. Call Bal. 2946 after 5
p.m.
FOR SALI: '48 Pontiac $300.
See at 5711-B Shentt Street,
Diablo.
ity to have a glass of punch and
a little cake were President de
la Guardia and Governor Pat Patter.
ter. Patter. They were kept busy auto
graphing the souvenir programs
oiatimers ana a special sur surprise
prise surprise during the reception. For
the second time at the Tivoli,
they heard the Panama Canal
Anniversary waltz, composed
for the Goethals Memorial
Celebration by a real oldtlmer,
Charles H. Bath of Margarita.
The waits was played for the
first time durlnr the dance
at the Tivoli which: followed
tne aeuication or lire monu monument
ment monument In April, 1954.
Last night It was played a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, this time by Don Randel
on an electric organ. And a a-gain
gain a-gain Bath wag in the audience
to hear It.
TVinlono mora nolloMeH hv fa
miliar references In the script
for "Out on the Big Front Porch.'
Frerment. lnnchter crreeterl well-
IT O o
Vnrram names and one woman
who had uvea nere ior many
years was neara to say, repeat
ediy, "xnat's rigni; inai s exact exactly
ly exactly how It happened."
A good many of those who at attended
tended attended the program took the
trmihi tn tell members nf the
committee how much they had
enjoyed it. one oi ine mces
f.nmrllmonta
V V I...... V-.. V.'
"There was more friendliness
and more neignoornness at tne
Tivoli party than there has bee i
at anything held here for years."
Kid Kills Self
To Disprove
'Chicken' Taunts
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 1 (UP)
Donald L. Poe, 13, of Taeoma,
shot and killed himself last night,
leaving a note saying, "This will
show I'm not chicken." County
Coroner Frank James said the
boy was prompted to suicide by
taunts from fellow students.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
i-OK SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Saws, wrenches,
clamps, diet, Brett drill, solder soldering
ing soldering irons, blow torch, vices,
rakes, shovels, etc. Phona 6-441.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"210" 2-door todan, now seat seat-covert,
covert, seat-covert, new tiros, Tutene blue blue-gray,
gray, blue-gray, undereoated, 28,000 actual
miles, directional lights. $1350;
Ktlvinater 18-cu. ft. deepfrees deepfrees-or,
or, deepfrees-or, 60-cycle, $400, never used,
brand now; Ktlvinater dryer, 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, $175, brand now. Phone
Navy 3693
SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY
The Fort Clayton Non-Commis-tioned
Officers' Open Mess will
accept bids for excess tablet,
chairs, booths, club and kitchen
equipment, etc. on Saturday 17
November 1956. Equipment will
bt displayed at building No.' 22,
former Ceresil NCO Club at
Coroial, Canal Zone. Bids will
be accepted at location of prop prop-arty
arty prop-arty from 0900R to 1300R on
Saturday 17 Nevember 1956 All
safes are for cath and final when
accepted. Highest bidder will bo
notified within 10 days. Club re re-servesVhe
servesVhe re-servesVhe right to reject all bids
that a considered insufficient
at to value af proper!
if property.
- 195I
FOR SALE: 1950 Morcurv
Convertible, 43,000 miles; Eaty
Spin Dryer washer. 25-cycle.
Phone 3544, Rodman Navy.
FOR SALI: Pima Howard.
Reasonable price, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call telephone 3-0416.
FOR SALE: Saturday, Novem November
ber November 17th: Aquariums. 6 to 40
gallons; golf clubt, 1 tot for
men, I sot for women 1 'v tot
woods; fishing tackles, merlin
rigs 140 to 90, several light
tackle outfits. All goad equip equip-rncnt,
rncnt, equip-rncnt, some never used. Hard Hardwood,
wood, Hardwood, for fishing poles, bows,
canet and swagger sticks; metal
book caset, tablet, storage cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, camera, Kodak Medalist.
canter. .., tripod, Gorman Ar.
my rifle anal pistols. House No.
628
A, Ancon Boulevard
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Boaor
pups, male, brlndh. For appoint appointment
ment appointment phone 3-3082, Mrs. R.
K. Morris.
FOR SALI: M.heg.ny desk
with typewriter stand and match matching
ing matching stool, now condition. Reas Reasonable.
onable. Reasonable. Call Curundu 4272
FOR SALE: RCA tontalo TV.
24 screen. 60-Cyclt, rabbit tart
anttnnt, mahogany finish, like
new. Mtv bo
neignn vrricort Club t
Quarry Heights 4110.
'S Milt Ham radio Cellini
I2V2 receiver National III. Call
Panama 1-3147.
Outttanding selection of choice
U.S. and European Christmas or ornaments,
naments, ornaments, decorations and lights
for hemot, stores, clubt and or or-ganiiations.
ganiiations. or-ganiiations. American Supply
Co' "J" Street 13-06.
FOR SALE: Suits tnd trousers,
the 46-41 waist, ntw slightly
nttd, lightweight Call Bal. 3112
afttr 4 p.m. and all day Sat. and
Sun.
Pope Discusses
Mystery Of Life
With Scientists
VATICAN rrrv n, it m
Pope Pius Xn told 1 ffreiiir
visiting scientists today that it is
impossible to understand the mvs mvs-tery
tery mvs-tery of life without tsking into
account God and the human soul
Any attempt to explain life on
purely mechanistic hl t.
Pope said in an address tn
400 French and Italian ohvsieian.
attending an anatomists' conven
tion, would make science a "mod
ern rower of Babel."
"The mvsterv of life eon he m
olained only by considering living
uemga as a wnoie ana examining
the puroose of God in creating
Robberv-Sloying
Nets AWOL Airman
Life Sentence
ATLANTA (UPV-Dsvid E. Eck Eck-ert,
ert, Eck-ert, 14, AWOL airman from wr.
nsburg. Pa., todsv fared lit. im
prisonment for the robbery-slaying
4f ... all A- V-A.S a I T
" n Aujuiia noiei cier ust July
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Eckert, who was' stationed at
sewart Air .Force Bsse, Nash
vine, renn., at the time of the
slaying, was sentenced after a
jury found him guilty of murder
with a rrnmm.nriitinr rt

Eckert, described, bv a Bsvcnojilforeign policies by foreign minis

ogist during the trial as a para-lters or the highest representatives
noid schizophrenic, then pleaded of the 79 members in the world to to-guilty
guilty to-guilty to a charge of robbery by day.
open force and violence and re-l
ceived a second life sentence. 1 But when the clock moved
Eckert was accused of stabbing around to 10:56 p.m. yesterday
Richard M. Gossett, 48, a night and the Soviet-Indian led debate
hotel clerk, to death. He could still was in full swing, the United

have been sentence to death on,

either count.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION, G. I.I Jest built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold) watte.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 5 1st Street No. 42. For
further detatfi Call 3-3337 or
3-1102.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apart-tnent
tnent apart-tnent in Campe Alegrc: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, both and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple without
children special rate. Apply per personally
sonally personally 51st Street, next to the
Guatamalan Embassy.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Via Espana '2112, facing
Juan Franco. Phono 3-4186.
FOR RENT : 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent. Jose do Fab Fab-rega
rega Fab-rega Avenue No. 12 (Pasadena).
FOR RENT: I -room apartment,
private kitchen and bath. Suit Suitable
able Suitable for couple or bachelor. 3 3-2189.
2189. 3-2189. Ave. 7a., San Francisco de
la Caleta Mutt be Men to ap appreciate.
preciate. appreciate. FOR RENT: New small apart apartment
ment apartment with garage, unfurnithed.
street from Hotel It Panama in
"Mercedes Building." Alto avail available
able available office space. Please .inquire
at Foto Halcon (tamo vicinity).
Phone 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RINT: Extremely cool,
futnilhed Or unfurnished 2-bed-room
apartment., "II Cangreje,"
near Hotel El Panama. Hot water
included All utilities. For infor information
mation information phone 3-6796.
FOR RINT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, couple without children,
hot water, modtm conveniences.
First Avenue, "El Carmea," fac
ing house 94
PR Nationalist
Leader In Jail
Gels Legal Aid
UAN, P.R. Nov. 16(UP-
. Lynn, noted New York,
ts lawyer, filed today in
i Federal District Court
a writ of habeas corpus on behalf
of imprisoned Puerto Rican na nationalist
tionalist nationalist leader Pedro Albizu Cam
pos.
The anti-American loader was
sentenced te servo 81 vaare for
the nationalist revolt of 1958 in
which 33 persons were killed.
After serving three years, he bo boson
son boson to shew signs ef mental dis disturbance
turbance disturbance end Gov. Luis Munea
Merin pardoned him. He was
reerreated, however, la March
1954 after he sought te justify

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"act ef sublime heroism."
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Lynn's petition alleged that
nationalists attack on the House
of Representatives did not violate
the terms of Albizu's pardon and
that Gov. Muiioz Marin did pot
give him a chance to defend him himself.
self. himself.
Lynn arrived from New York
yesterday and conferred immedi immediately
ately immediately with Albizu's daughter, Mrs.
Laura Meneses, who came from
Peru to visit his father.
Albisu was transferred Friday
from the Insular Penitentiary to
Presbyterian Hospital, suffering
from the effects of a Sl-day fast
during which he was fed by injec injections.
tions. injections. He was said to be eating
well again.
India, Soviet Bloc
Force Second Day
Of Debate On China
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. NoV.
16 (UP) India and the Soviet
bloc forced the United Nations
into a second day of debate today
on their effort to oust Nationalist
China from the world assembly in
favor Of Communist China.
The debates caused postpone postponement
ment postponement until at least 3 p.m. of a se
ries of police statements in which
Herbert Hoover, Jr. acting Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State, planned to make a
major policy address. Hoover is
to follow the Brazilian and Ira Ira-qui
qui Ira-qui delegates.
Washington sources said Hoover
was expected to arrive here this
morning anyway for possible big
three" talks with Trench Foreign
Minister Christian Pineau and
British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd.
The Assembly had hoped to
start its general debate this mor
ning a parade of statements on
States agreed to an overnight ad-

s: v;1flre Couldn't Wall

journment.

RESORTS

Grtmlich's Santa Clara loach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambea
6-441.
Organisations Or large parties ac accommodated
commodated accommodated at Shrapnel's Santa
Clan loach Houses. Phone
Thompson. Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages,
Seitts Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Phone Balboa 1866.
NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the boat bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The now
management it tnxious to serve
you.
US Road-Building
Will Coil More
Than $27.6 Billion
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 (UP)
The, government's new 27.6 billion
dollar road-building program al already
ready already is showing signs of taking
longer and costing more than
originally anticipated.
The number one' rough spot is
the rising cist of road construe
tion, up 3.8 per cent since Presi
dent Elsenhower signed the con
struction measure at the end of
June. That would mean a one
billion dollar boost in overall cost
of the program.
However a federal highway of official
ficial official said today the price hikes
so fir have been offset by devel development
opment development of more efficient road
building methods. But neither he
nor other road experts saw any
signs the cost climb has ended.
.The bureau of public roads will
send Cpngress an official revised
estimate of the cost in January
1958. it is expected to be larger
than the originally-stated cost.
Looking ahead to the increase,
federal authorities have concluded
that, tka n,AA,m ..J fk. f kwa.
to pay for it probably will have
to be stretched out for more than
the planned 13 to 15 years.
Road experts expect the coming
years of full-speed building activ activity
ity activity will stimulate a demand for
more and better roads in other
locations. The program, they feel,
will sow the seeds of its own
expansion.
So Fire Jokers Did
SARANAC, Mich. Nov. 16 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Saranac fire department needs
a more direct fire alarm system.
The department learned of a fire
Wednesday after it had destroyedj
about 100 acres of brush land.
The blaze was spotted by a pilot
who radioed the news to Lansing
airport, who called state police,
who called Ionia police, who noti notified
fied notified the fire department.
FOR
TRUE
VIEW
RECEPTION
Complete
TV Service
AU work
Guaranteed
Expert TV Engineers
AS CLOSE AS YOUR
TELEPHONE
2-2374
Service and Calls
as late as 10:00 p.m.
PROMPT SERVICE
TELE-RAD
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FOR RENT

Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet completely
furnished with two bedrooms
tone air-conditioned), servant!
euartert and garage. Located at
Panama Golf Heights fir J, P,.
redes Ave. For further iaforma iaforma-tten
tten iaforma-tten please call Panama 2-1050.
New Sunday School
Term To Begin
At Rio Aba jo
At 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, the
sunday School of St. Chi-5? )b
Episcopal Church Rid Aha--, ...m
uegm its 1956-57 term. A special
feature of the new Church achool
program will be its emphssis upon
Spanish.
The Rev. Clarence W. Haves,
priest-in-chsrge Of the mission, will
officiate and preach at all servi services
ces services throughout the day, assisted
by tha Rev. Clarence A. Cragwell.

FOR RENT
OFFICES: For occupancy, about middle of Jan. 1957
LOCATED AT: Corner 6f 32nd Street and Ave. Balboa
1. All 6n one floor
2. Near new First National City
Bank and Banco Nacional new offices.
S. A few blocks from British and U. S. Embassy.
INCLUDED: Air-conditioning Janitor service
and electricity.
Facing beautiful Panama Bay
INQUIRE: Oficinas Ava. Balboa, S. A.
Tel. 3-0238.

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Wednesday night.
See our USED CAR Specials
1951 STUDEBAKER, Club Coupe 275
19S3 PONTIAC, Tudor 1195
1953 BUICK, Fofijor ..1195
1953 FORD, Fordor 1195
1954 CHEVROLET, Fordor 1295
1955 MERCURY, Tudop, Hardtop 1795
1955 CHEVROLET, Fordor 1695
1956 FORD, Fordor !,.' 1995
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FOR RENT: Furnished room lav
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able Reasonable price. Ith St. Lefevre, No.
45, near Catholic Church. Call
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: House, Santa Clara
each, fully furnished. Retiring.
Sacrifice before January 1957.
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MEDICAL AND
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By appointment.
Phone: Office 2-2575.
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The Navy said today it will send
another powerful task force into
the Atlantic on Monday. It will be

headed by the world s largest air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Saratoga.
The latest Navy "training opera operation"
tion" operation" was announced at the same

time it was disclosed the nation s

long-range bomber force apparent apparently
ly apparently is engaged in stepped-up exer exer-"ejses
"ejses exer-"ejses within the United States.
The Air Force described the Stra
tegic Air Command activity as
"routine training," not necessarily

HnkPd with the Middle East crisis

but not entirely divorced from it

either.
The Navy here and the Atlantic
Fleet in Norfolk, Va., announced
that the Saratoga, the attack car carrier
rier carrier Lake Champlain, and a num number
ber number of destroyers will participate
in the "carrier task force train training
ing training operation" in the Atlantic be between
tween between Norfolk and Mayport, Fla.
Deployment of the Saratoga,
which is seven feet longer than
the l.OW-foot sopor carrier Per Per-restal,
restal, Per-restal, and the Champlain will
bring to IS the number of air aircraft
craft aircraft carriers new arrayed in the
Pacific, Atlantic, and Mediterra Mediterra-no
no Mediterra-no an.
Three remain in domestic ports,
one is in Guantanamo Bay, Cu Cu-W
W Cu-W Ana ii hpine fitted out as a

heiicopter carrier and three are In
maintenance and overhaul, bring

ing the nation's total to 23.
Pentagon Proposal
01 Subpoenaeing
Newsmen Opposed

WASHINGTON, Nov. W (UP) -Rep.
John E. Moss (D-Calif.) to to-av
av to-av hranHpd as "shocking" a Pen

tagon proposal that mewsmen be
taken before grand juries if they
refuse to disclose the sources of
military "leaks."
Snrh course "will never be

permitted in this country and nev-
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er anouiu ire, v"- --r
ers.
mam chairman of a House gov

eminent operations subcommittee
inuutiBitina the suppression of

public information, said Defense
Secretary Charles E. W 1 1 a o n
should "publicly disavow" the pro

posal.

A Defense Department advi advisory
sory advisory committee headed by
Charles A. Coolidge made the
proposal earlier this w e o k as
part of a program to clamp down
en "leaks" of military secrets.
Wilson said he had "serious res reservations"
ervations" reservations" about grand jury ques questioning
tioning questioning of reporters. Moss said
Wilson should go further and flat flatly
ly flatly reject the Coolidge committee
PIMoss1 said his subcommittee
plans to study the Coolidge com committee
mittee committee recommendations carefully
before resuming hearings in Jan January.
uary. January. Moss-yesterday cancelled a hear hearing
ing hearing scheduled for today. One rea reason
son reason he said, was that Assistant
Defense Secretary Robert T r l p p
Ross had refused to give the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee information it had re requested.
quested. requested.
Tunisian Premier
Raps Butchery
In Algeria

TUNIS, Tunisia, Nbv. 18 (UP) (UP)-Tunisian
Tunisian (UP)-Tunisian Premier Hablb Bour Bour-fuiba
fuiba Bour-fuiba today called for a United

Nations police force in Algeria,
where French troops are combat combatting
ting combatting a nationalist rebellion.
Referring to Algeria in the
nationwide broadcast before leav leaving
ing leaving for the U.N. General Assem Assembly
bly Assembly in New York, Bourguiba said:
"The butchery is no less hor horrible
rible horrible than the butchery in Buda Budapest."
pest." Budapest." "I am convinced," Bourguiba
added, "that an end to the war in
North Africa will permit fruitful
cooperation between Algeria,
Tunisia and Morocco and also Al Algeria
geria Algeria and France."

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arians Wont Quit Strike;

freedom Fighters go to Senate?

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VIENNA, Nov. 16 (U

icss Hungarians turned a

to puppet government

ments todav and foueht

freedom with the only weapo

at their command a nation

general strike.

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in amazing series of connn

sions by pro-Russian Premier Ja
WJ i

mn nauar appeared to nave no
effect on workers standing firm in
purposeful idleness all over t h e
country.

The rea appeared plain.

Kadar had refused to pros for

immediate withdrawal of the

Russian army from Hungary

the one condition workers held
essentia) for ending a strike
which Hungary's puppet spokes spokesman
man spokesman warned meant national sui suicide.
cide. suicide. The Communist-operated Buda-

pect radio in an apparent chal

lenge to the Soviets, broadcasted

the full text of Yugoslav Presient

Tito's charge that Russia was re

sponsible, for the Hungarian revo

lution. s

In his speech delivered Sunday

and only released yesterday, Tito

said he had warned the Kremlin

that the satellites would seek free

dom unless Stalinism is scrapped.

in Warsaw, Tltoite party Chief
Wladyslaw Gomulka took undue
risk in traveling to Moscow so
soon after tho Soviet interven intervention
tion intervention in Hungary, workers dele delegations
gations delegations from northern Poland
complained.
Their protests, which have not

been made public in Poland, coin coincided
cided coincided with spreading but so far

groundless rumors that Stalinists

in Poland might try to depose Go Go-mulku
mulku Go-mulku while he is away.

the liberal Communist leader

opened "frank and friendly" talks

In the Kremlin yesterday ac

cording to th; official communique

announced here.
Tho U.S. will have no trouble
getting tho 5,000 Hungarian refu

gees it hat agreed to take under
the Refugee Relief Act, tho U.S.
consulate said in Vienna.
"The only difficulty is tb prevent
a stampede in our direction," said
U.S. Consul R. L. Heacock.

Heacock refuted suggestions

Red tape was snarling Presi Presi-Eisenhower's
Eisenhower's Presi-Eisenhower's goodwill ges ges-towards
towards ges-towards the victims of the

SI 1

Sent

H aaH
bH lLw mnffir i

Hungarian uprising wK6 made itdom. They told the subcommittee,
th Wrier into free Aus-.of which Johnston is acting chalr-

tria.

And in Washington, Sen. Olln D.

Johnston (D-S.C.) said today he

will ask that the United Nations
hear the story of tho Hungarian
rebellion as told to Senate investi

gators by two escaped freedom
fighters.

Johnston said he will contact

Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., U.S. am

bassador to the United Nations, a a-bout
bout a-bout the possibility of arranging a

new hearing for the rebels. He
plans to send Lodge a transcript
of their testimony before the Sen Senate
ate Senate Internal Security subcommit

tee this week, with a suggestion
that the United Nations "ought to
look further" into their story.
Tho subcommittee turned to
day from tho Hungarian revolt
to begin a hearing on Commu Communist
nist Communist activity in Hawaii. It called
Lt. Gon. John W. (Iron Mike) 0'
Danioi (Ret.), former command commanding
ing commanding general of U.S. Army Forc Forces
es Forces in tho Pacific, at a witness.
The subcommittee will hear a a-bout
bout a-bout 40 more witnesses at a four four-day
day four-day session opening late this
month in Honolulu.

i Both Hungarian rebels, who

vore masks and used assumed
nmes to shield their identity, ap append
pend append for free world help to their
couis-y in its struggle for free

TESTIFIES A student lead leader
er leader of the Hungarian revolt,
disguised to hide his identity,
appears before the Senate In Internal
ternal Internal Security subcommittee
in Washington, which is in investigating
vestigating investigating the tactics and
scope of world communism.
The youth told the committee
that some 25,000 of his coun countrymen
trymen countrymen had been killed in
their fight for freedom up
to Nov. 4.

Weather Or Not
This weather retort for tho 24
hours ending a.m. teday, it pra pra-tared
tared pra-tared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TfMHRATURE:

High M 02
taW 72 74
HUMIDITY:
High U 97
Low 76 75
WIND:
(am. mph) .. Nli N19
RAIN (inches) .16 .14
WATI TIMP.:
(inner harbors) 79 II
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17

HIGH
2:27 a.m.
2:55 p.m

LOW

9:01

9:16 t m

j (NEA Telephoto)
DENOUNCES RUSSIA'S USE OF FORCE At his first news
conference since being re-elected, President Eisenhower de denounces
nounces denounces the use of Russian force in Hungary and Poland as
going against all concepts of justice in the world. The Presi President
dent President also said the U.S. would continue to oppose, through the
U.N., the introduction of any new forces in the Middle East,

(ofe Rican Chiof
Of Piblic Security
To Visit Here

r of pjblii
Uca, Dn

man, that tney came to uu cvuu

try in hope ot appearing oeiur.e
the United Nations.
An escaped Budapest govern government
ment government worker, using the name Ar Ar-pad
pad Ar-pad Hazafi, showed the subcom

mittee 300 pnoiqgrapns ne aim au
friends had taken of the rebellion.
1.086 Visitors
Signed School
Guest Rosters
Thousands of parents both
mothers and fathers and a
large number of interested
friends were guests of honor in

the Canal Zone scnoois murs murs-day
day murs-day and Friday.
The invasion of adults, some
of whom brought younger
brothers and sisters was the re result
sult result of a warm Invitation on the
part of the Canal Zone School
Division to visit the schools on
Visitors' Days.
Since most of the visitors

signed a guest book as tney
entered the schools, a total of
1,086 persons were counted
during the visiting day Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the secondary schools
on both sides of the Isthmus.
This included 525 at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior High School, 200 In
the Balboa High School, 196 at
the Cristobal Junior, Senior
High School, 92 at the Parai Parai-so
so Parai-so Junior Senior H gh School
and 73 at the Rainbow City
Junior Senior High School.
Friday morning visitors were

streaming into the elementary

schools on both sides or tne

Isthmus and estimates were that
this would be a bigger year than
last.

Both teachers and pupils put
their best fooit forward and in
several rooms' special classroom

programs were arranged, in an,
however, lt was a demonstration

if regular classwork in each of
te grades.

on tne secondary schools as assembly
sembly assembly programs were held and
in CnaiobaT there was a review
given iiv the Cristobal Junior
Reserve officers' T r.a inlng
Corps.

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(UJS. Navy photo from NEA Telephe

FIRST PLANE TO LAND AT SOUTH POLE A U.S. Navy R4D Skytraln lands on the M

and snow at the South Pole on Oct. 31, thereby becoming the first plane 'ever to land therl

Rear Adm. George J. Duiek headed the airborne expedition of seven men, who were
first to set foot on the South Pole since January, 1912.

4th Marine Guilty of Maltreatment of Boo

PARRIS ISLAND, S.C., Nov. 18
(UP) A general court martial to today
day today sentenced former Marine drill
instructor Frederick A. Renton, to
a year at hard labor and a bad
conduct discharge for using a nak nak-pd
pd nak-pd bayonet to force recruits to per

form physical feats.

nnmmced the sentence

ftor deliberating a verdict of

rroiitv handed down yesterday on
fiur df 16 counts against 19-year-.

jld Renton ot new iui wi,,

verdirt and punishment are

subiect to review by higher mili

tary authority.

He was the fourth non-com at

this Marine "boot camp w -found
guilty of maltreating recrmt

this year.

Ronton pleaded guilty to forc forcing
ing forcing two recruits to balance on
their toes and elbows over bayo bayonet
net bayonet hold under tho-ir otomaieh
Ho was also found guilty of knock knock-ing
ing knock-ing recruit to his knoo and ot

violating a base rule which for forbids
bids forbids instructors from touching re recruits
cruits recruits 0xopt to correct their
clothing or postures.
He could receive a maxim maximum
um maximum sentence of five years in pri prison
son prison and a dishonorable discharge.

Kenton, who was broken from

com have been convicted of
treatment. .. Jlfl

nenton toia tne court ml

board his action in ordering!

cruits to balance for five mil

on their toes and elbows ova

upthrust bayonet were extra

sical drills to help prepare hisl

Corporal to Private First Class be-tfor an upcoming "strength t

The minister of Piblic security

from Costa Rica. Dw Fernando

Valverde Vega and hi.-, wife, will
arrive at Albrook Air Ftrce Base

Monday at approximate n:30

a.m. for a three day visit In the

Canal Zone and Republic of Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Accompanying the minister
and his wife will bo their daugh
tor Senora Haydoo Valverde do

Hornandoi, Lt. Col. Enrique Mar Mar-ton
ton Mar-ton and wife, Capt. Carlos Ri Rivera
vera Rivera Obando and Col. Paul S.
Shoemaker, U.S. Army mission
chiof to Costa Rica. Tho party
will stay at tho Casa C a r I b e
guest house at Fort Amador dur during
ing during their visit.
The minister and his party will

be met by Lt. Gen. William K.
Harrison, commander in chief, Ca

ribbean Command; Maj. Gen.

Louis V. Hightower, deputy com commanding
manding commanding generaf, USARCARIB,

and wife: Carlos de la Espneiia,

the Costa Rican ambassador to

Panama; and Col. A. A. Greene,
chief of militar missions, USAR USARCARIB.
CARIB. USARCARIB. A joint honor guard ceremony

will be held at Albrook AFB im

mediately after the party's arriv
al.

The itinerary for the stay in the

Canal Zone includes luench at the
Fort Amador Officers' Club and a
visit with the Costa Rican ambas ambassador
sador ambassador the first day; and office call
on General Harrold, a briefing at
Fort Clayton, a trip to the USAR

CARIB School, and a dinner party

i. SI 1 IlKMnU'fl minxl nrc 1hA

second day; and a boat cruise and;r-' 1 '."'"J!,""-1

farewell dinner at General H i g h-

tower's quarters the third day,

cause of a parole violation, faced

the most serious recruit maltreat maltreatment
ment maltreatment charges for the "d en t h
march" drowning of six recruits.

The highly-publicized McKe o n

case resulted in a sweeping revi

sion of training methods nere.

Since McKeon's case, another drill

instructor and a supply room non-

1 V

V

Diane Hannigan Wins

Lions Club College
Award; Others Win

a.m.

Everyone Happy!
Elvis, Liberate
Meet And Play
LAS VEGAS, Nev.. Nov. 16

(UP)-Fans of Elvi Preslev and

Liberace might like to read about
this jam session.

The two entertainers met back

stage at the swank Hotel Riviera
last night.

Deputy sheriffs held back some
1,000 screaming fans as Presley

walked into Liberace's dressing

room and handed the entertainer

a guitar.

Liberace began strumming as

Presley accompanied him on the
piano. For more than an hour the
two played tunes ranging from

'The Girl of My Dreams" to

"Deep in the Heart of Texas.""

Presley was on hand for Liber Liberace's
ace's Liberace's opening engagement at the
Riviera. Liberace and Presley
greeteue ach other like old friends

and during the show the pianist
eid several takeoffs of Presley's
singing technique.
The audience roared with laugh

ter when Liberace told Presley,
who bad a ringside table:
"Keep your, sideburns if vou

like them and I will keep my gold

jacxeis and piano swimming
pools by golly we can afford
them." During their jam session

the performers exchanged jack

ets, fresiey put on Liberaces
gold jacket and gave him his

striped brown sports coat.
1

No Name Yet

RCEL,A. Spain, Nov. 16

rJ nnce Ka,ner "I and
roivTh GrKaee of Monaco "Id
today they have not vet Ae,iA

name lor tho ,mm tu

expect early next ver

"We have no preference for nv

name me oyal couple, on their
way home from the United States
In the U.S. liner Constitution, told
newsmen during a brief stopover
here.

Sailors Incensed,

Expected To Quit
Over Ship's Sale
wrtT.-n t ATTntrflSAtE. Fla. Nov.

16 (UP)- Forty-two angry Ameri Ameri-t'i
t'i Ameri-t'i .5.iM Axoected to leave

heir fSur unde ttd.y
when the ship is transferred to for foreign
eign foreign registray and a new crew of
Greek seamen is brought aboard.

South Florid

under

ttend a-

univer.

Frank Keep Wins
License Number 21
In Annual Drawing
Frank Koenig, employe of the
Bureau of Posts In Ancon'was
the lucky winner of low Canal
Zone license plate number 21, ft
was announced this morning

following the annual drawing
held in the License Section of office
fice office In the Civil Affairs Building.
The two runners-up on the
lowest license plate winner were
Maj. Alwin E. Weber, of the Post
Exchange Service at Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, who was awarded number
22 and John B. Bombek. em-

mAMM., Rannine

business agent tor me
International Union slid th

changecver on tne as
i 'Totten leal" for the American
crewmen. He said the captain of
the ship, Peter Runde, is also
being replaced.

The Balboa Lions Club announc
ed yesterday that upon the recom
mendation of the Board of Direc
tors, the club members have ap

proved a scholarship award of 1500

for 1957.

The award has been made for

the past two years to the Canal

Zone student who qualifies

the cluo requirements, to a

ny United States college or

sity.
The award for ffH was made
to Diane Hannigan of Balboa,
who is presently attending Colo Colorado
rado Colorado State College of Education,
Greeley, Colorado. The recipient
of tho 1955 award was Miss Mary
Abolo of Cristobal. In addition
to tho $500 scholorship, tho dub,
in 1955, also made two awards

of S100 each for student to at attend
tend attend Junior College. Th winners
of these awards wore Miss Mar Mar-cia
cia Mar-cia Rudg and Miss Either Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds. No Junior College awards
war mad in 195 du to lack of
application by students.
The $100 Junior College award

for 1957 was suspended pending

Renton said he struck-

Bradford S. Howe of Norti

Mass., "one blow", whei. tbl

emit cursed him. The ex-drn

structor said Howe sagged

knees from the force of the

Yesterday, Renton pleaded!

ty to two charges that he fl

recruits to balance on elbowJ

toes a few inches above a

bayonet for five minutes;

pleaded innocent to argfl

ordeied "blanket parties"

shower surprise beatmgj"

cruits to get them "sql

away.

Renton did not make a Ml

denial of the 14 remaining so

cations against him from thd

ness stand, but testified on c

counts.

Originally, the charge she

eluded 24 specifications, but

were reduced to 16 with the

cution's permission.
Five forum rocruitt

vatm-(iav thai Rawitnn

members of his platoon

other members by
"blanket parties," when a

would be thrown over the

heads with attackers
him from all sides.

Pvt. Harry Dunevant teJ

he was Ordered to take a
by Renton, but when he

the shower room, "Soil

switched out the lights and;"
beat me up.

The Algonkin arrived here Sun .lr i37 was suspenaea penains
ine bo"1"11"' t nf scra0 further study to develop informa
JJf.5-SfftS 13 tion as to whether such an aware

ti bim wa notified the vess

was being purchased by Greek
shippers from the American gov
ernment and transferred to for
eign registration.

award

will meet with any activity by the

students in Canal Zone schools. The
"tfboa Lions, as a possibility, vot vot-i
i vot-i that if the annual miniature li license
cense license Key Chain drive (which o-
1. T- I. ennA..afll

W. MA,t, Pcila ill lccciii uci ) is Bunraoiiiu,
tne newif. rnn ui uj miht

llie $nm Slliutaiauifi nvvniu inigiii
be awarded to a second student.

According to B.-nning,

owners can employ Greek seamen

Up work for a traction i wnai,

American seamen eau yu
shMi Put under a foreign fla, famn WHO lOOK

Banning, said 21 of the crewmet
signed on Hp Savannah last wee't
under the Oppression they wouli
have their jobs for at least six

months. He sJW others had wait.

ed for months to get a berth on

the ship.

The party will depart on the morn

ing of the fourth day, jnov. a
Coffee's Down

NEW YORK, Nov. 16 (UP)

An immediate 4-cent a pound

wnoiesaie price cut on carload

lots of its vacuum packed coffee
was announced today by Albert
Ehlers, Inc. The cut, which

towered the carload price to $1
a pound, was based on weakness
in the Colombian green coffee
market, the company said.

tor Transportation Division with
plate number 23.

A total of 1,717 applications
were tossed into the "hat" this
morning when the annual draw drawing
ing drawing started at 8:30 o'clock. Low
numbers were drawn from this
number during the rest of the
day until all the applications
were picked up.
The drawing is an annual af affair
fair affair which gives all Canal Zone
residents who get their applica applications
tions applications in early, a chance at a low
vehicle license Dlate number
over 20 that Is. The numbers un under
der under 20 are reserved for the per personnel
sonnel personnel cars of Company-Government
officials.

Ike Sends Thanks
To De La Cuardia

WASHIHGTON, Nov. 14 (UP)

Th following messan was
sent Nov. 14 signed Dwight D.

Eisenhower:

Hit Excellency
Senor Don Irnosto
dia, Jr.,

Prtidnt of th Republic of
nimi, Panama

I doily appreciate your
thoughtful message regarding
my re-election. Thank your for
your good wihs.

d la Goar-

Aim: Guys, $$$-lars

v he

ft

Arise, Men!, You Can Lose Only Your Bachelor Degree

NEW YORK, Nov. 16 (UP) Males

of America, awaket If that's possi
b'. We're losing the sex war.
We're becoming the underdogs of
American civilijation.
The battle of men against wo-

ment has erupted out of the cold
war at- e. A flood of hot figures

from the Census Bureau shows

how the females of this country
have built up their dread forces

secretly and calculatingly

1910,

than men in this country. Their

And we have gone along, blithe

ly, complacently, living our smug
little lives, ignoring the voices of
warning, until suddenly and
dramatically, they have struck.
The awful truth is this:
The Census Bureau says there
are now 1,381,000 more women
.;.

build-up began in 1910, when there
were 106 men for every 100 wo women.
men. women. Steadily they augmented
their forces, increased their stock

piles until, in 1940, there were only

100.7 men for every 100 women

In 1950, they spurted and passed
us by 600,000. It seemed like a

trivial figure and there were those

who laughed lightly and avowed

since that a good cigar's a smoke. Well

: II that's behind us now, and our

work is cut out. We must fight

oack.

A sex that can outstrip us by
1,381,000 in six years is monstrous
crafty. You know what thty're
after? Guys and dols. That's dols,

wiu one L. stands for S

The female army has debouched

upon the financial plan. In 1952,

there were 3,230,000 women share shareholders
holders shareholders of stock in pubi c corpor corporationsfor
ationsfor corporationsfor 49.8 per cent of the
total. The latest Nev York Stock
Exchange census show- they've

won. Right now there are 4,455,000
female shareholders 51.6 per cent

ot tne shareholder total.
And who do you think are the

largest single occupation-group of
stockholders? Housewives. J4.2 per

cent.

There have been all kinds of

estimates that women own more

"It depends on what you mean
by 'own.' U you use th word is
the sense of own-and-control, then
it's women by 100 per cent."
What did he mean
"Why, if you're married, your
wife controls all your wealth, in
the practical sense. I'm a married
man with three kids, and I know
who controls my assets."
And look at other fields. Women
own a monopoly on style. They
admittedly sing higher, sew better

look prettier, talk on the piw
longer, change their minds faster

and live longer.

Take the wealth facto.-, the vote

of the wealth of the United States: factor. What have you got, before
than men. Most financial experts j long. A woman president. Then,
say any percentage would be a. let's face it America a ma ma-guess.
guess. ma-guess. But one put it this way: I triarchy.

Film Of Newsmen
Faces A Hearing
MINALA. Nov. 16 (UP) Con

gress demanded today that a U.S.
airman who fired over the heads

of five local newsmen and confis

cated pictures they had taken of

a damaged U..S. plane should be

ordered out of the Philippines.

Opposition legislators lined up

with the oro-Bovernmenf bloc in

demanding that the U.S. Air

Force discipline the airman and
transfer him out of this country.

The congressmen were incensed
particularly by reports that the

airman marie "fleroaatorv AT

marks" about the Filipinos when

lined them up in the ram at

anila airport Tuesday night and

pnfiscafed their film.

oreifln Secretary Carlos P.

cia saw ne piana w piuicai

to the United States.

Garcia said he has asked the

five Filijbinos to file a formal
complaint to serve as a basis for
the protest.
The lurrrian had been posted to
guard I C119 transport damaged
in an emergency landing against
looters. Air Force authorities said
he had not been instructed to bar
Philippine newsmen from the
plane.
ForwarfA Step,
Backward A Pair
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 16 (UP)-B.
J. Bell thinks Ska Bernardino
County needs a reason in econo economics
mics economics about its annual flood con-

phcHK rol assessments.

Bell said the county has sent
him separate assessments of sev seven
en seven and thro cents. He figures
that by the time he makes his sec second
ond second payment and receives his re

ceipts the county will have spent

12 cents for postage,

Reign Of Terrior!,

No Only Ruff Hau

Canine Confusion!

A spaniel caught display!

license tag issued for ar

dog was being; impounded

by canal zone police in a

fort to clear up Its legal sts

Tne ntue aoe strayed

home of a Diablo resident!

conscientiously reported

cops that he was harboril

lost animal wearing a 1011

tag. He also gave its numbd

A check of license reel

revealed that the man

bought tne license l

Kobbe off cer who had alra
provided his own dot- wit

valid 1957 license. His anil

he said, was safe at homl
The number of the lost sj
lei's tag was also chej

with the person who bod

that number for 1957. His
too, ts accounted for.

Meanwhile the spaniel's I

tector has become fond of

and wants to keep him. Si

pup is being officially impq

ed.
If no rightful owner
up, his new friend plans

him In; then purchase al

dogtag to make him a lega

ident oi Diaoio.

mm

TODAY!
3:00 4:35

6:45

.75. .75.--
- .75.-- 9:05

A wonderful slice of Ml

frBETTE DAVIS
Or EitNEST BORGNINE
DEBBIE REYNOLDS
t!t Barry FITZGERALD

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'WEDDING PAI