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Let the people knew the truth and the country is tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1956
CANADIAN A fwr M
I INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS I
MOSCOW, Not). 17 (UP)
The Societ jiotwnnient today
expressed its readiness to ac accept
cept accept a modified version of
President Eisenhower's aerial
inspection plan tor disarma disarmament
ment disarmament control.
The Soviet government Is now
ready to decept aerial inspec inspections
tions inspections within a radius of 800 kilo kilometers
meters kilometers of areas where the prin principal
cipal principal armed forces of the NATO
and Warsaw powers are station stationed,
ed, stationed, the 'statement said.
The Soviet proposal for a
sweeping disarmament pro program
gram program was sent today to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower. Chinese Pre Premier
mier Premier Chou En-lai, Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Sir Anthony Eden, French
Premier Guy Mollet, and In Indian
dian Indian Premier Jawahaflal Neh Nehru.
ru. Nehru. The statement included the
most sweeping proposals for dis disarmament
armament disarmament ever made by the So Sonets.
The Soviet government indig indignantly
nantly indignantly denied the reported con concentration
centration concentration of Soviet forces in
eastern Europe for aggressive
reasons. It said: "If the Soviet
Union actually had the aggres aggressive
sive aggressive intentions ascribed to it, it
could utilize the circumstances
recently develoDed to attack the
armed forces of the Atlantic
block and could materialize the
military objectives ascribed to it
In western Europe without even
using modern nuclear and rock rocket
et rocket control weapons."
It continued: "It could be said
frankly that at the present time
in western Europe, a strategic
situation has developed which
favors the 8oviet armed forces
even more than was the situa
tion at the end of World War II
. when the fully mobilized and
,t armea soviet armies couia nave
established themselves in the
whole of western Europe if the
Soviet Union had that object objective."
ive." objective." IVhew!, Close
Call For Guy
KENORA, Ont., Nov. 17 (UP)
Motorist J. J. Hughson of
Blindfold Lake, Ont. stopped his
car yesterday when he saw a
small animal with its head in
can weave erratically across the
He gat out and removed thi
can. A skunk skipped away and
gratefully left the air behind
Longshoremen Strike Costing $20 Million Daily;
38-Cent Increase, Cargo
' NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UP)
Striking longshoremen tied up car cargo
go cargo ships today on the Atlantic and
Gulf coasts. The walkout threat threatened
ened threatened to spread to the West coast,
Alaska and Hawaii.
Some 50,000 members of the
Independent International Long Longshoremen's
shoremen's Longshoremen's Association idled ports
from Portland, Me., to Houston,
Tex. More than 200 merchant
hips, many bulging with Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cargo, were stranded by the
walkout. Longshoremen handled
only military cargo at Army and
Cost of the strike was placed
at $20 million a day by the New
York Board of Trade which asked
President Eisenhower to declare
a national emergency and invoke
the Taft-Hartley law
"This is by far one of the
biggest threats which we have
faced to the economic well-being
of the people of our country in
several years," the board said in
a telegram to Mr. Eisenhower
In Washington, administration
sources -said the government was
keeping a close watch on the
strike but had no immediate plans
to obtain a Taft-Hartley injunction
against the strikers. The -adminis
tration, which obtained an M-dav
injunction to halt the last similar
strike in 1953, also was watching
the West coast where Harry
Bridges' International Longshore Longshore-B
B Longshore-B en's and Warehousemen's Union
might join the walkout.
Meanwhile, representatives of
the ILA and the New York Shin-
ping Association met at City Hall
nere wun mayor Hooen F. Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and federal mediators in an
attempt to end the strike which
began with the expiration of the
twice-extended contract at mid midnight
night midnight Thursday.
Wagner said after the meeting
that the "issues can be solved."
Those at the meeting included
Alexander Chopin, chairman of
the shinper bargainin" group,
and tapt. William Bradley, presi
G4ri o, tne ILA, who later re resumed
sumed resumed negotiations.
Although both sides were re reported
ported reported in tentative agreement on
a 3t-eent hourly package increase,
the ILA rejected a demand by the j
that work gangs handling
Young Arias Rites
Antonio Arias, victim
imer crasn in Nicaragua,
of the largest funerals in recent memory in Panama.
The 32-year-old youngest son of Dr. Harmodio Arias,
former President of the Republic and publisher of The
Panama American, was buried in the Jardin de Paz after
funeral services in Cristo Key
Among the pallbearers
ama, Ernesto de la Guardia
Government Alejandro Remon.
tending well over a mile
church to the cemetery.
Yesterday afternoon Antonio Arias' newly-wed fel
low victims, Rogelio Alvarez
buried from the same church.
As the body of young Mr. Arias
was being taken into the Jardin
de Paz cemetery, a plane flown
by members of the Panama Aero
Club, of which Antonio was a
member, dropped flowers onto
The funeral procession, which
left the Cristo Rey Church
shortly after 10 a.m., was pre preceded
ceded preceded by autos carrying hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of wreaths sent by friends
of the Arias family and emplo employes
yes employes of the Arias enterprises.
The bier was brought out of
the church following the funeral
services by President de la Guar Guardia,
dia, Guardia, Dr. Harmodio Arias, Jr., Dr.
Gilberto Arias. Remon, Jorge
Ulueca, Ricardo Llnce, Jorge Ra
mirez and others.
Government and officials from
all walks of life followed trie
hodv to the cemetery.
Dr. Arias' wife, Mrs. Rosario
Ouardla Arias and their other
son Dr. Roberto Arias. Pan
amanlan Ambassador to London,
were unable- to arrive in time for
the funeral. They are expected
to arrive today from spam,
where Mrs. Arias was Vacation-
Thi hnAv or Antonio anas was
returned to Panama in a special
plane shortly after 6 P.m. Friday
from the scene of the plane
BOSTON (UP)-A strange tale
of marriage,, separation, and re-
consfliation With her husbands
double Was unfolded in divorce
Mrs. Edith E. Jarvis tokt Pro
bate Julge Robert G. Wilson Jr
Thursday that in 1944 she mar
ried Russell L. Jarvis and left
him in 1950.
Three years later, she testified.
she met "her husband" in a Bos-
ton cafe where a reconciliation
was effected and they resumed
cargo be cut from 20 tn ia mn
The shippers indicated they have
easen up on mat issue. The union
claims it would lose 20 per cent
of its membership bv such
Sixty-two shins were idled in
New York harbor alone, where
the ILA pulled 25.000 longshore
men off their jobs. The Italian
liner Saturnia. first transatlantic
liner to dock since the strike
began, had 250 tons of general
cargo m its holds, mostly Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gifts. The ship is scheduled
to sail for Italy Monday. The
Saturnia's 1,033 passengers un
loaded their own lugeaee.
Office workers of the passenger
lines pitched in to help passengers
get their luggage loaded and un unloaded.
loaded. unloaded. The Berlin of the North
German Lloyd Line sailed today
wun W4 passengers
Other cargo remained untouched
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EGYPTIAN COMMANDOS RECEIVE TREATMMENT Egyptian Fedayeen (com m a n d o s)
wounded in the Sinai fighting receive medical treatment In an Israel hospital after their
cajjture. Continued raids into Israel by Fedayeen Band were given as one of the main reasons
for Israeli military action against Egypt
of Thursday's 25-death air
... i .
yesterday was accorded one
was the President of Pan
Jr., and former Minister of
A procession of cars ex
followed the coffin from the
and Marta Osegueda, were
wreck in Nicaragua. Dr. Arias
and his sons, who returned with
the body, were met at the air
port by relatives and hundreds
of friends and business asso associates
The body was Immediately
taken to the mourning hall of
the Cristo Rey Church. At 9 a.m.
yesterday it was transferred to
the church Itself where funeral
services began at 9:30.
The funeral of the newly-wed
Alvarez oniinlp s also wirlelv
attended by officials and friends
of the bride's parents, salvado
rean Ambassador Dr. Francisco
Line Osegueda and Mrs. Osegue
da, and Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Ai
varez, parents of the groom.
Miss Martlta Osegueda, who
died only a few hours after she
became-the bride of young Ro
gelio Alvarez Thursday, graduat
ed from Balboa High School last
year and had been an employed
of the National City Bank in
Balboa up to the time of her
Odd Item Sale
Set At Corozal
The Property Disposal Office,
corozal, Iitmnmces a big gale of
miscellaneous furnishings and i-
tetns oi used property on Novem November
ber November 26 at 9 a.m. in Building 70S,
Item for tale include water
heaters; steel wall lockers;
pneumatic tire; doors, win windows,
dows, windows, screens; metal furniture,
i.e. sideboards, desks, tables,
etc.; electric ond gas ranges;
trucks; light fixtures; kitchen, of of-fice
fice of-fice and household equipment;
radio and electrical parts; steel
drums and many ether items of
, For information converning the
sale, contact the Property Dispos
al utticer, telephone Corozal 4149.
Gang Size Are Problems
in the holds of 33 ships at Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, 31 at Baltimore, 26 at
New Orleans, 23 at Houston and
Galveston, Tex., and 10 at Boston.
About 10,000 longshoremen were
off the job at New Orleans. Only
a handful of the ILA's 60,000
members were on the job to
handle military cargo.
The strike threatened to spread
to the West coast, Alaska and
Hawaii by Monday when Bridges
has scheduled "stop work" meet meet-irgs.
irgs. meet-irgs. Bridges ordered the stop
page pending an exchange of
wage proposals between his union
and the Pacific Maritime Associ
ation. Union officials said the
stoppage could blossom into
sympathy strike for the ILA.
uniy ronen picxet lines were
maintained at most ports along
the East and Gulf coasts and
police reported no disturbances.
me ila oniy recently won a
Egypt Yes, Hungary No
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CAPTURED ARMS In Tel Aviv, Israeli soldiers are shown with seven of the Russian-built
anti-tank guns captured from Egypt during the campaign in the Sinai Peninsula. U.N. police
forces were scheduled to move into that captured area.
Medical authorities of Gorgas
Hospital Wednesday released, to
her parents Cynthia Jessee, 1-year-c-ld
girl, who is recovering
from a skull fracture wmcn sne
received in a fall at the Jessee
quarters at Fort Clayton last
Her condition is reported as
The little girl is the daugh daughter
ter daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. Henry E.
Jessee, Quarters 3-31A, Fort
Clayton. She was injured when
she fell more than 12 feet
from a window of their dwell dwelling
ing dwelling to the concrete driveway
below about 11:20 a.m., Nov. 8.
Cynthia was the third of the
Jessee children to be injured'
National Labor Relations Board
election to represent longshore longshoremen
men longshoremen against the challenge of a
rival union chartered by the AFL.
The old contract, which expired
Sept. 30, was extended twice to
await the outcome of the election,
and at the request of federal
The ILA, thrown out of the
AFL-CIO because of refusal to rid
itself of racketeers, in recent
year, closed down ports along the
two coasts because of a fight with
the New York-New Jersey Water-
The National Maritime Union
(AFL-CIO) backed up the ILA by
ordering its workers to strike last
nig'., before the contract expired.
Two Grace Line ships, the Santa
Clara and the Santa Rosa, were
unable to sail when dockworkers
refused to close the hatches and
cast off the mooring l nes.
U. N. PEACE FORCES
Jessee Released To Parents
Docs Say Shes 'Satisfactory
within a week's time in acci accidents
dents accidents which happened at the Ft.
Sergeant Jessee said oh No
vember 8 he had employed a
Panamanian laborer to wash
the louvres of his quarters. The
laborer was in the car port
washing the louvres at the time
on; ne accident.
The baby was In the room a a-bove
bove a-bove the car port. Mrs. jessee
Should Be Done Now
Owners of commercial vehi vehicles
cles vehicles licensed in the Canal Zone
are reminded by- the Motor
Transportation Division that in
spection of this type of vehicle
is now being in the Division's
garages in Ancon and Cristobal
To avoid a last minute rush
vehicles which fall into this clas
sification should be brought in
during regular garage hours be before
fore before the end of the month.
After December 1, inspection
will be started of commercial,
vehicles licensed in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama but operat operating
ing operating in the Canal Zone.
The vehicles will be checked
for the condition of their brakes,
light, etc. in compliance with
Canal Zone traffic regulations
and win be marked with stlcK
ers when they pass inspection.
The annual inspection of pri private
vate private motor vehicles licensed in
the Canal Zone will begin after
January 1, 1957 in the Motor
Transportation Division garages
on both sides of the isthmus.
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PROMPTED BY HUNGER Egyptian civilians are reaching up eagerly for food being distri distributed
buted distributed from a British Army truck in the Aran quarter of Port Said after the Anglo-French
was, in the klfccj preparing
Sgt. Jessee said apparently the
baby climbed upon a chair and
leaned against a screen which
gave away under her weight and
caused her to fall.
Sgt. Jessee said he inspected
the screen and found that t
had but one hook and that the
wood frame of the screen was
The baby was itaken to the Ft.
Clayton dispensary and then to
the Gorgas Hospital where she
was admitted at 2:15 p.m.
On November 3, the Jessee's
baby boy, Anthony Eugene, 2,
was taken to Gorges Hospital
where his stomach was pump pumped
ed pumped out. He had swallowed a
number of baby aspirin. The
boy was released after treat treatment.
ment. treatment. The following day, the oldest
child of the couple fell from a
stool. She is Shirley Lougene, 3,
who was taken to Gorgas Hospi
tal where she was admitted for
observation. However, Shirley
Lougene was released November
6 from 'the hospital.
Dead In Cyprus
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Nov. 17 (UP)
Cypriot gunmen today shot and
killed British correspondent Angus
MacDonalu of The Spectator, Lon
MacDonald had been in Cyprus
only two weeks. He was the first
newsman killed in the 17-motith
battle between British security
forces and Greek Cypriot rebels
who want the island turned over
To Let Suez-type
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Outfit Move In
ICNDON, Nov. 17 (UP) Prime Minister Anthony
Eden, replying bitterly today to Soviet criticism of the
Anglo-French attack on Egypt, challenged Russia today
to admit United Nations forces to Hungary.
"UN observers hare not been allowed on Hungarian
soil, let alone a UN force (like that now moving into
Egypt)," Eden said in a speech.
"If they were, those long trains with their tragic loads
of deported Freedom Fighters would not go rumbling, east eastward.
ward. eastward. "Why should not the Soviet acceot UN observer!
and invite UN forces into Hungary?"
At the same time, a Labonte member of Parliament
proposed that Britain organize a "volunteer" force to aid
the embattled Hungarians an answer to Russia's re repeated
peated repeated threats to send "volunteers" to Egypt.
W. W. Hnon introduced a
motion calling on the govern government
ment government to start "setting up the
necessary administrative machi machinery
nery machinery to create a volunteer force.
The motion will be debated
Eden said in his speech be before
fore before a group of young Conser Conservatives
vatives Conservatives that the Anglo-French
attack on Egypt "extinguish "extinguished"
ed" "extinguished" Israeli-Egyptian fighting
and made it possible to create
history's first international
"The story of the Hungarian
people's incredible gallantry has
been told to the world," Eden
said. "The Soviet attack has
been exposed for what it was,
a brutal onslaught on a people
whose ony wish was to be free.
"Compare that with our ac action.
tion. action. Every conceivable precau precaution
tion precaution was taken by our forces to
44 Commie GIs
Head For Suer
ATHENS, NOV. 17 (UP) -Four
Yugoslav military transoort air
craft took off here today to a
Suez Canal airport carrying the
first 44 Communist soldiers to
loin the United Nations police
The planes, which left ear earlier
lier earlier from Yugoslavia, made a
two-hour stopover here and
left for Egypt later. Thev wre
welcomed by Greek military
representatives and served re
freshments at the airport.
Yugoslavia has offered the
United Nations 703 officers and
men for the Egypt police force.
Plan To Clear
LONDON, Nov. 17 (UP)
A new dispute between Britain
and Egypt over the Sues Canal
today threatened to collapse
Middle East peace moves.
Secretary General Dag Ham Ham-marskjold
marskjold Ham-marskjold in Cairo for talk
with Egyptian President Qamal
Abdel Nasser, was caught
squarely in the middle.
Success of the United Na Nations
tions Nations emergency forces in the
Canal Zone was seriously en endangered
dangered endangered even before they
could take up their duties of
policing the troubled areas.
The latest dispute arose when
the British Admiralty announc announced
ed announced thait at least 49 sunken ships
were blocking the Canal and
tnat tne job of re-opening the
waterway should be given to the
Royal Navy, with crews also
working at the Egyptiaft-held
This brought an angry reply
from Col. Abdel Kader Hatem,
director of the Egyptian infor-
mation department, who said
such an act would be a violation
of the U.N. resolutions on the
Middle East. (
"Britain and France today
are creating excuses to carry
out acts of aggression In vio violation
lation violation of the United Nations
Charter and the U.N. resolu resolutions,"
tions," resolutions," he said in Cairo.
"Their previous foolish atts
resulted in s;oppage of eaSkl
Israeli communiques had
nounced their aircraft
destroy military bridges span spanning
ning spanning the Canal. These communi communiques
ques communiques also admitted bombing
Egyptian ships in the Canal.
"If Britain and France today
complain about a navigation
stoppage, that Is due first and
last to their foolish acts of ag aggression.
gression. aggression. They have nothing to
do now but implement the Unit
ed Nations resolutions."
Looks To Catfish
AMES, Iowa, Nov. 17 (UP)
Con Short of Beach, N.D., an
Iowa State College soDhomore,
gulped down four golfiah yes yesterday
terday yesterday for benefit of charity.
A crowd of 150 responded to a
college paper ad and chipped in
$30 to the college chest charity
driv; to watch him to his stuff.
Short may not be finished y y-He
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black bullhead today U -tlsHlltl
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VIRG (Chuck Howard), and Will (Rodger Abraham) wait for Bo's (Ron Harper) reply to
some good advice they have just given him in the Theatre Guild's iorthcoming production
of "Bus. Stop." 2
Theatre Guild Schedules
'Bus Stop' For Nov. 26
William Inge's comedy hit. "Bus
Stop," third in his remarkable con contributions
tributions contributions to the American stage,
is listed as the next production at
the Theatre Guild, from Nov. 26
through Dec. 1.
All of the action lanes piace m
roadside eatery where a bus
load of passengers nave naa io
shelter for a night until, snow snow-plows
plows snow-plows can open up the road ahead.
Chief among these passengers
are a rambunctious young cowboy,
and a night club "chantoosle,'
whom he has been tempestuously
wooing ever since he saw ner per
form in a Kansas Uty oisiro w
be played here by Ron Harper nna
Tush Collier. He is virtually ab abducting
ducting abducting her, with the intention of
roping her into being his wife on
his Montana ranch,, whether she
likes it or not.
Scared, the somewhat soiled Ut Ut-tl
tl Ut-tl sineer doesn't like it, and wel
comes the unscneauiea dus stop
as a chance to escape. But the
cowbov. exuberant from winning
a thi! Drizes for roping steers at
a rodeo is a bull in the .Cbinh, shoo
of courtship. He muows' Rjf
and only when hswowsMwoloud
and aggressive dqejithi)Cl sher sheriff
iff sheriff put him in his entice.
This is the main arama, out nor,
the onlv one. that is uproariously
played out dujrinjsjUie halt for the
r i i w sse
Reaches fo the four
f points off the
formula never equalled hat made
CINZANO vermouth the favorite
among people of good taste.
, Ask torlHKVMtVM 'iced or
natural because it is the IDEAL DRINK!
snowstorm. Another concerns an
alcoholic passenger who turns out
to be a college professor divorced
from three wives and an uncount uncounted
ed uncounted number of college faculties for
a weakness he is able to overcome
for the first time under the in influence
fluence influence of the innocent and peottc
high-school girl who serves as
waitress in the all night cafe.
These roles of professor and ado
lescent girl will he enacted here
by Len Worcester and Sandra
Still another snowbound drama
detailed in the comedy concerns
the driver of the bus and the
proprietress of the cafe, Who have
never had time to reach their un understanding
derstanding understanding during his previous vi visual
sual visual stops of only HO minutes. A'nV
gus Matheney and Kathy Wilber
wi)l portray this pair who are a a-ble
ble a-ble to make hay while the snow
tlended with Genius
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FINEST SCOTCH WHISKY
CIA. HINMAUIZ. S.A,
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CHICAGO (UP) "We have
everything from bee-eaters and
flower-pickers to brightly colored
This is the statement made by
Dr. Walter N. Koeltz, noted natu naturalist,
ralist, naturalist, who has recently donated
one of the largest private collec
tions of birds tot he Chicago Natu Natural
ral Natural History Museum.
The exhibit consists of 20.600
specimens collected from Dr. Ko-
eltz's visits to such lands as Iran,!
india, and Afghanistan.
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP1 An
Emergency Hospital ambulance
driver recemW pot his chance to
repay a month-old good turn to a
rival hospital d-iver.
Russell Sparcino, 49, the Emer Emergency
gency Emergency driver, suffered a fract"red
nose and forehead lacerations
wher his ambu'ance collided with
an auto. A Columbus Hospital
driver. Sigouri Lvnch, 28, who was
near the accident scene, took
Soarcino to the hospital and then
finished the latter's run.
A month later Soarcino came to
T,ynch's rescue after Lynch's am am-bulanc1
bulanc1 am-bulanc1 and a parol truck col col-'!ded.
'!ded. col-'!ded. Sparcino rushe Lynch, suf suffering
fering suffering .arm and le i n'j u r i e s.
to the hospital and proceeded to
complete Lynch's run.
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GRACE (Kathy Wilber) gets some good news at last from the
highway gang that has been clearing the roads of snow.
Tiodger Abraham as
trying to keep order in the uproar,
and Charles Howard as the cow cowboy's
boy's cowboy's complacent pal .make up the
remainder of th ecast, who arc
being directed by that veteran
Theatre Guild veteran, Gene Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, who brought to our stage the
smash drama "Night Must Fall."
"Bus Stop," is based on a real
incident observed by playwright
Inge when he was still an in instructor
structor instructor at Stevens College, in
Missouri, seven years before his
first play, "Come Back, Little
Shebe," was produced. There
was no snow-storm in this real real-life
life real-life episode.
But on a bus trip to Kansas Ci City
ty City he noticed a man persistently
trying to woo a woman at every
diner stop, though she was appa apparently
rently apparently traveling with him reluc reluctantly,
tantly, reluctantly, and she was rebuffing his
advances. By the time they ar arrived
rived arrived at the Kansas City terminus,
however, the suitor had made so
much progress that tney walKed a a-way
way a-way arm in arm.
Similarly, in "Bus Stop," thei
unpracticed cowboy learns during
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WOEBEGONE PARODIES of acceptable humanity, I
was continuing with my Olympic Games training in Ro Rolando's
lando's Rolando's Hideaway the other day, taking the operation
strictly in earnest becausee the games start this coming,
Thursday. As I trained I wondered whether my form was
better over the long distance or the sprints.
I also formed the opinion that one reason why the
Panama Olympic team did not travel to Melbourne aboard
Red's Cantuta Cab is because there is no Panama Olym Olympic
pic Olympic team. I have consulted several experionceed travel
agents during this past week on the validity of my con conclusions
clusions conclusions in this connection. One and all agree they were
Furthermore, should Red choose to enter the Can Cantuta
tuta Cantuta Cab in any Olympic event there seems no objection
which could be raised. When the revenue taken in by the
Cantuta Cab is compared to the expenses of buying chew chewing
ing chewing gum to plug up holes where the rain comes in, and in
the tires, there is no doubt as to its amateur status.
While on the subject of amateur status, have you all
heard why they were trying to change the name of K
Street to Mexico Street, and have you also heard of the
supper served the other evening at the Jungle Warfare
Training School near Ft. Sherman?
The CIs who were just finishing a course cn how to
look after themselves in the bush without either a good
cook or Elizabeth Taylor along. This includes finding
drinking water in special vines, and stashing fifths of
vodka providently behind trees along the route of the next
exercise. Self-reliance, in a word.
When a recent course turned out for chow, they were
presented with chickens, each one (1) and handfulls of
rice, each one (1). It was not the idea to let the chicken
eat the rice then get along to regular chow. Instead, the
idea was to transform the issue -from chicken on the hoof
to arroz con polio.
Now this course was nothing if hot self-reliant, as
1heir instructor had tried to make 'them. Information
reaches me that before long the Atlantic-side wis ringing
with phrases seldom found in Mrs. Beeton's celebrated
contribution to the literature of the ages. Example:
"Hey, bartender,, how many beers will you give us for
this Gl ostrich?"
From Colon reports reach me of great upswing in
the chicken trade. Jungle fighters were trading chicken
for chicken. You might say that the chicken market was
Then there was the Gl who tied his supper to his
tentpost, and promised it they would share life's happiness
and hardship together from there on out.
Another had trouble when he flopped into his ham hammock
mock hammock where his supper had laid an egg.
All these thinks and more I am told, and the more I
listen, the more that I am convinced that the Army has
come up with just the idea to cure. many of the headaches
of those in charge of the Panama Canal Commissaries.
I don't know where the fetish arose, but it is clear to
any trained observer, like me, that the Commies try to do
too much for the customer, and lose money in the prxtcessls
I. J : A . ..1,1 I I !. .1. . :
iiiimeuiaie savings uuuiu ue maae in xne meat sec section.
tion. section. Without its crew of expensive meat cutters, the Ca Canal
nal Canal could save a whole lot of money, and perhaps lower
All needed is that a clause be written into the con contracts
tracts contracts with Panama's cattlemen that deliveries will not be
at Mt. Hope, but at the house of any Zonian designated by
the Commy manager. Then the Zonian could call up the
manager, place an order for meat, and that same day
have enough meat for a month-pawing on the front lawn,
real fresh. The Grounds Maintenance Division would make
special efforts to ensure a lush crop of grass for the beast.
The commissaries would be able to move out the meat
counters, set all the butchers to driving mules, and savings
would be effected in all directions.
1 Besides, the moving out of the meat counters would
leave more room, obviating some rush hour crowding
which has been the subject of criticism.
Further substantial space saving could be achieved by
selling all vegetables and fruit in seed form, with instruc instructions
tions instructions on how to plant same in twelve-family quarters. In Instead
stead Instead of vegetable counters, just a few packets of seeds.
I don't know how much commissary space is taken
up by fish, but simple instructions could be printed on how
to fill the family tub and keep fish therein till needed. Bath Bathing
ing Bathing facilities could be fixed up at the commissaries.
With these improvements I have suggested in opera operation,
tion, operation, there seems no reason why all Pacific-side commis commissary
sary commissary activities could not be concentrated in the present
gas station, for which there is reported to be a shift pend pending.
ing. pending. With some-service provided. Shoppers could then drive
through and pick up the seeds for the evening meal just
as quickly as they now get their gasoline.
At the same time the Ancon commissary could be con converted
verted converted to an auxiliary soundproof bar for those who have
better things to do than watch the entertainment at the
Tivoli Hotel's 100 anniversary celebrations. The Balboa
commissary can be-made over into a jungle warfare train train-Rig
Rig train-Rig school, which rush-hour shoppers tellme it just about
is now, anyhow. The alterations needed would be slight,
and the gesture would constitute appropriate thanks to
the Army for inspiring this idea for improved Canal ef ef-ciency.
ciency. ef-ciency. Regarding which, they tell me that an efficiency man
has come up with the idea of halving the size of the locks,
to lose less water in transit operations. The water thus
saved would then be allowed to evaporate from Gatun
There was mention a paragraph or so back about
the all-round improvement in Panama Canal efficiency if
fistj were kept in the bath. This system has been anti anticipated
cipated anticipated at Cristobal drydock, the occasion being a sweep
of the Pacific Ocaen by a task force under the command
of Admiral Max Bilgray. Other ranks included Maurice
B. Nickel, Martin Nickel, Tony Lynn, Herb Peterson, Wally
Melanson and Martin Klontz.
Contrary to apparent practice in some sections of
Panama Bay at that time, crewmen Cyril Wright, Edwin
Thomas and Leslie Harris set no hooks. But they set up
plenty of other stuff.
Only thing that puzzles me about this expedition is
how it mustered enough influence to order the filling
of the Cristobal dry dock, as the only place big enough
to hold the fish they planned to bring back.
A special locking schedule was arranged beforehand,
to lock through the sea monsters they proposed to take.
This whole thing went practically unnoticed, because
it was Veterans Day and people's attention was distracted
by other events.
If you don't believe me, just ask Max Bilgray.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT emanates from the
food ship Dora K, and is made lip of 2 wahoo, 1 dolphin,
amberjack and 7 bohita, and if you have any complainte
kf" i i
You grubby rabble, I'll set Admiral Bilgray on you.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1154
So You Think Soviets Practice
Christianity?, Here's a Fact
priests were killed for their
fsithj 261 died or disappear disappeared;
ed; disappeared; 35t were deported;
were Jailed; 9H exiled; M per
cent of the churches were clos closed;
ed; closed; and only 10 of 300 Catho Catholic
lic Catholic newspapers and publica publications
tions publications were allowed to operate
under strict censorship.
Similar situations exist under
Between 17, 18 Young Guys Sign
For Special Army Deal For S Mos.
WASHINGTON, Not. 17 "Tor,
centuries," the Catholic Bishops
of the United States said in a
statement released today, the
Hungarian people "have been a
bastion of Christendom against
the outer perils, an or centu centuries
ries centuries their blood has been spill spilled
ed spilled for the ideal of a united,
Christian society." i
tv" has been disrupted many, other red regimes: in Albania,
times out never wiwi mt wmv ouiia, uiuv,..,.,
calcuiating precision which is nla, North Korea, Latyla, LH LH-the
the LH-the hallmark of Communism, i huania, Rumama, Ukraine, and
Information obtained here Yugoslavia,
(from a refugee-priest reluctant
to be named because of relatives Only the names and places
still living in Hungary) spell have changed. The persecution
out the awful truth of "religious remains the same.
freedom" for peoples under the.
hammer and sickle. J
nnMn t.h nroclamation or
government respected ine peo people's
ple's people's right to worship in this
wswTNrmN The Reserve
vnrr Art nf iflss establishes a
special program for young men
between n ana iYt years w
This program oners tnese
young men the opportunity to
tish hub school, serve only
By abolishing S3 religious
communities, the members of
which work as laborers with without
out without revealing their religious
status; by taking away 4,000
Catholic schools, allowing sit
to remain; by Jailing 800 priests
for one fictitious reason or an another;
other; another; by harassing parents
who send their children to
church or to any kind of reli religious
gious religious instruction ; by confls confls-casting
casting confls-casting 15 Catholich hospitals
and dismissing the nurse-sisters
both there and in state
hospitals; and by muzzling; the
Catholic press 227 papers
1 silenced and two remaining
1 under the close watch of the
1 The Catholic primate of Hun-
oarv .Tnsfinh Cardinal Mindszen-
tv r'pipnspH hv freedom fiehters
during the recent revolution, has
fled for nis ure to ine reiug
of the American legation in Bu
dapest. The Cardinal is aware,
more than anyone, of the bru
Of Episcopal Church
To Be Divided
en of the missionary district of
the Panama Canal Zone yester yesterday
day yesterday announced the division of
this missionary diocese and the
extension of the work of the
Episcopal Church in Central A A-mertca.
mertca. A-mertca. The distriot now comprises the
work of the Episcola Church on
the Canal Zone and in Panama
Colombia, Costa Rica and Nica Nicaragua.
ragua. Nicaragua. For some time it has been
felt that this immense jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction is too large for one bishop
to administer because of the in incessant
cessant incessant travel involved and oth other
er other difficulties.
Bishon Gooden took an active
to the refuge, part in the meeting of the House
1 I I '. Vt M Ml.l M i 1 VHlliaANBl
oi oisnops ui uic ijiov;upBi
Church recently held ct Pocono
Manor, Pa., from Nov. 12 to 16,
six months on active duty, and
complete the military oon oon-eat
eat oon-eat on by serving with a Ready
Reserve unit for tVt years in
their home communities.
By enlisting under this option
the young man is draft-deferred
and is assured of continuing his
education or his chosen career
without interruption, except for
the initial six moning oi active
duty or in the event of a decla
ration of war or national emergency.
Tnere are several otner aa aa-varttaees
varttaees aa-varttaees to this option. One is
the opportunity to serve in a
hometown unit of me mama-
This Uow him to serve with
close friends and neighbors. An-
otner advantage is tne ngni u
seledt the time most favorable
to begin military service. This is
an important point for a high
school junior or senior to con consider,
sider, consider, especially if he is plan planning
ning planning to go to college or has a
job to go to.
A man entering the Reserve
under this option enlists in a lo
choice. Upon graduation from
high school, or 120 days after
pnlist.ment in the case of non-
students, he is ordered to active
duty and receives eight weeks of
At the conclusion of tne basiq
phase, the trainee enters eight
weeks of advanced individual
training nr if nualified. is or
dered to a service school to take
At the end of the six-month
active duty training period,
the young Reservist returns to
his heme community as a ci civilian
vilian civilian soldier.
in order to ma ntain his
military proficiency, the young
RMrwlxt must narticinate in
48 drill periods and one sum summer
mer summer camp of two weeks dura duration
tion duration each year with his Ready
Failure to comply with this
requirement will result in recall
tn artva dutv without his con
sent for 45 days, or immediate
induction into tne Army lor two
years through selective Service.
During the six months of ac active
tive active duty the youne soldier re receives
ceives receives $78.00 a montii, plus food,
clothing and medical care. He
can continue his civilian educa education
tion education or prepare himself for col
lege by talcing courses oiiereu uj
the Army's Troop Intormauoa
Held As Sniper
In Puerto Rico
EAST LIVERPOOL. Oftio. Nev.t SAN JUAN, P R-, Nov. 17
17 (UP) A special policeman was (Up) Fifty- four world-renowned
killed and a woman was wounded musicians will taite part hi tnis
today by a sniper who fired nine year's Baials Festival here next
shots into a house where the two!spriagt it was announced today.
victHns at talkjjkf. musicians will be headed
EE? "TSt-'- "EE? It T PWo Caaand wUi mclude
Diinist Jesus X. Sanroma, the
scribed as a jealous suitor, who
entered the house soon after th
shooting. He was identified as
Raymond Porter, 21.
Killed by the fusiHade was
Joseph B. Mumford, 26, father o
members of tie Budapest String
Quartet and Eugen I .omin.
The festival, lasting from April
22 until May 8, will substitute for
man .was Mrs'. In a Denner,
roomer m the Mumford home.
Mumford was kilted as he sat
at his dining room table talking
i m.r tel. ;' w a a a. .
10 mts. wenuor e was ine target
of a six-shot barrage fired through
tival this year.
a rear window.
Minutes later, three more but-,
i a 1.1 i. iL. a a
tS core uirougre uie irwu uuur,
wounding Mrs. Denner.
UllUci una upwuii ciiaitTVO aas a mv vv - a--
cal Army Reserve unit of his and Education service,
tality which can be expected which resulted in the formation
from the die-hard Communist of a new jurisdiction oi tne ispis ispis-again
again ispis-again in power. I copal Church to be called the
But Hungary is not an excep- Missionary District of Central
tion to Red policy. Whenever America, which will be formed
people strain under the yoke of, geographically by the republics
Communism, religion suffers. A of Costa Rica and Nicaragua to
compilation of statistics on the -be detached from this present
Communists' contempt for reli-j diocese, with the addition of the
glon was made by the National Republics, of Guatemala, Hon Hon-rat.hoiic
rat.hoiic Hon-rat.hoiic Welfare Conference in dura., anr El Salvador to be
December, 1054, At that time,
18ft cardinals, archbishops, bis-
nops, ana munsignurs "u sui sui-fered
fered sui-fered death, imprisonment and
expulsion By tne uommunisis.
pprf China, and Soviet Russia ac
counted for 128 of those perse persecuted.
cuted. persecuted. In Poland, the recent policy of
leniency, wnicn iea to ine re
1m nf Stefan Cardinal Wvs
synskl and si xbishops, can never
completely reverse some oi tnes
other ugly facts:
Between 1945 and 1953, 37
transferred from the diocese
A Bishop will be elected for
the new diocese, but it is not yet
known who he will be or where
he will establish his See City.
Details will be given in the next
number of the messenger. It Is
pxnerled that the division will
relieve Bishop Gooden of part
nf hl crrpat hnrdpn and will al-
' so further the extension of the
ework of the Episcopal Church
I throughout Central America.
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FIRST LADIES AT TTVOLI Mrs. William Potter, wife 01
g the Governor of the Canal Zone, and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guar Guar-"dla,
"dla, Guar-"dla, wife of the President of the Republic of Panama, enter
the Hotel Tivoli Ballroom Thursday rright to participate in the
Hotel's 50th Anniversary.
;;. PANAMA ORCHIDS KEYNOTE FAREWELL PARTY
J GIVEN IN HONOR OF MR. AND MRS. MAURICE THATCHER
Tf -f ...
A centerpiece of native bamboo orchids traced the but but-ti
ti but-ti fet table at the Hotel Tivoli Fern Room, Friday night when
'' Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McCormack entertained in honor' of Mr.
UfceTOd Mrs. Maurice H. Thatcher.
Mrs. Thatcher wose a corsage of Yanda Fair Queen or or-ohids
ohids or-ohids on the shoulder of her beige lace gown. The hostess
Mrs. McCormack wore a spray of Vanda Joaquin orchids at
the waist of her French black lace dress. The flowers had
been arranged by Miss Mary Clark.
Some 75 guests attended the party, which was given
as a farewell to the Thatchers, who sailed on the S.S. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal yesterday after a hectic week participating in the
Hotel Tiroli's 50th Anniversary.
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Governor Will Be Speaker
At CoIIsm. Club
Senior Night is an annual affair
held drring November by the La
ribbean Colleee Club for the seni
or. of Cristobal High School, their
oarenU and teachers.
This year Senior Night will be
held on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the
Margarita Gym with Goevrnor WV
liam E. Potter as guest speaker.
Governor Potter attended Toledo
University in Ohio: graduated from
h Milirarv Arsflfniv at West
Vise '. ... .. J -
Point and amended the Massachu
setts institute ot itWFr
received his Bachelor of Science
Degree from there.
Mrs. J. F. Meehan, Chairman of
the Scholarship Cotonjittee, is ia
fharflf of this Drosmarn which is to
remind the sti&nOj that this is
their year to ajyfor the College
Club's Rcholarshlo'ftid to stress the
AArl fnr intxr i 9 iloA Brll I f a t nil
UCCU IV. wv..w
Each senior wal be introduced
and they will teir what tney nave
accomplished and how they intend
to further their education.
Colon l A.W.C. Will
Hold 'Night In Panam' Dance
The Colon Unit of the Inter-Am
ipstn Women's Club will hold a
rlnnre npxt. Friday at the Strangers
Club from 9 p.m. nntu 4 p.m. rne
theme will De A mgnt in rana
Lucho Aicarraga will play for
dancing, and gambling games will
be played during the evening.
A ticket to this informal lance
costs $2.00 per person and includes
delicious snacks which will be serv
ed at midnight, plus door prizes
Tickets may be purchased from any
of the following. Mrs. Eunice Del
Valle. I. L. Maduro Cooln 1154 I,
Mrs. Marion Beebe, Coco Solo 60S
Mrs. Gines Perez, Ft. Gulick 375
Mrs. Mary Coffee, United Fruit Co
Cristobal 1791; Mrs. Maria Gonza Gonzalez,
lez, Gonzalez, Coco Solo Hospital 1211; Mrs
Thelma Godwin, Margarita 277(
Mrs. Dorothy Gorin, Brazos
USARCARIB Will Form
Branch of Writers' League
The Armed Forces Writer
League, an unofficial, non-profit or organization
ganization organization for service connected
authors and artists, Is forming a
local branch in the United States
Regular membership in the FWL
ii open to all military personnel of
all the armed forces and their le le-pendenls,
pendenls, le-pendenls, and associate member
ship is open to all civilians connect
ed with the armed forces.
PUMPKIN TARTS ARf LIGHT,
APPROPRIATE TO THE SEA SEASON
SON SEASON By CAYNOR MADDOX
NBA Feed and Markets Editor
After a massive Thanksgiving
meal, many people hope for a
light dessert and a good cup of
Make the tea robust and brac bracing.
ing. bracing. Use 1 teaspoon of tea or 1
tea baa for each cud and use
fresh-drawn and ranidlv boilina
water. Brew tea no less than 3
minutes, no more than 5 minutes.
Now for the delicate dessert to
go with the refreshing tea.
Pumpkin Chiffon Tarts
(Makes 9 tarts)
Three eggs, separated 1 cup
s cups canned pumpkin,
la cap milk, teaspoon cinna cinnamon,
mon, cinnamon, 4 teaspoon nutmeg, M tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon vinper, Mi teaspoon salt, 1
envelope wflavored gelatin, V
cup cold water, 9 baked tart
Beat egg yolks; add V, cup
sugar, pumpkin, milk, spices and
salt. Cook over hot water, stir stirring
ring stirring occasionally until slightly
thickened.-Soften eelatin in pnM
water for 5 minutest anM t hot
pumpkin mixture, stir until riis.
solved. Chill until slightly thick-
eneu. ceai egg whites stiff; grad gradually
ually gradually add remaining cup sugar,
beating constant lv: fold intn
pumpkin mixture. Pour into tart
shells, chill until firm. Garnish
wun cneese or whipped cream.
There's a new rusiarH fl..,n.
pie filling. It's main virtue is its
easy preparation. You may want
io iry it as a base for your
Basketball Team Will Be Feted
At Clayton Dance
The Fort Clayton Basketball tea
will be honored at a dance Tues
day evening, at 8:00 p.m. at the
Fort Clayton Service Club.
Pablo Herrera and his Marimba
Band will provide the music. A
floo- show has been planned. Junior
hostesses from Panama will assist
in the entertaining and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served.
Post dignitaries have been Invit
ed and Lt. Enoch D. Frankhouser,
basketball team coach, will be one
of the guests of honor.
All military and civilian person personnel
nel personnel and their dependents are9 cor cordially
dially cordially invited.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE I)
(Makes 1 pie)
One package custard flavor pie
hum??' 1 CUP canned pumpkin
(solid pack), V4 cup dark brown
sugar, V teaspoon salt, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon cinnamon, V4 teaspoon nut nut-m?$'
m?$' nut-m?$' V eMpooa in8er, l?i cups
milk, 2 slightly beaten egg yolks,
1 baked -inch pastry shell.
"Empty custard me fillino infr.
iaui:epan. Auo pumpkin, brown
suK.r, nun, cinnamon, nutmeg
mm ginger, aqo milK gradually,
stirring constant, v in lream
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heat until mivfuro
boil; boil for 3 minutes. Remove
from heat. Stir hot nmirima oin..,i..
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minutes, stirring occasionally to
keep mixture smooth. Pour into
pastry shell. Chill until tt
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about 4 hours. If desired, top with
wtuppcu cream ana sprinkle with
Fresh fruit cup with mint sher-
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cranberry chutney, pan-roasted
jrutas;ii suuine, SUCCO
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grlne, mixed green salad, chif-
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WATCHING P"AGEANT OF THE PAST Shown watching the pageant "Out On The Big Front Porch" at the Hotel f lvoli's
50th Anniversary celebrations from left to right Maurice H. Thatcher. Mrs. William E. Potter. Governor Potter. President
1 of the Republic of Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia, Mrs. de la Guardia and Frederick De V, Sill.
Sunday School Contest Closes
At Curundu Protestant Church
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A Sunday School contest which
has been in progress at the Lurun
du Protestant Church will close to
day. This last Sunday in the con
test is marked as "Hit The Top"
The church is looking for the
largest attendance to date. The
highest attendrnce so far was last
Sunday with 17b present on no ex
The Church has Sunday School
each Sunday at 9:30. There are
classes for each age group along
with trained teachers.
T tUn Mnmina Wnrallin Sprvipp
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at 11 the pastor will preach on
"Large Type Chrsitians" based on
the Scripture in Judges 7. Two
youth groups will meet at 6 p.m
Following the youth meeting the
Evening Gospel Mour will begin at
7 p.m. The message will be based
on John 21, ''Lovest Thou Me More
A special Thanksgiving message.
An offering for missionary work
here in Panama will be received
during the service. The public is
invited to attend this service in the
Curundu JW-jstant Church Wednes
day at 7 p.m.
New Speed law
Has No Effect
On Michigan Drivers
CRAND RAPIDS. Mich. (UP)
Michigan motorists are driving
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state highway dopartment officiaf
Carl McMor.agle said studies
were made for tb-ee months be before
fore before the speed lw went into effect
and for three months afterwards
and they showed motorists s t i 1 -average
52 miles an hour on the
Under the new law, motorists
may not drve faster than 65 miles
an hour during the day and 55
miles an hour at night.
McMonaele said the number of
drivers exceeding the 65 mile
speed limit is about 6.9 per cent.
He said about the sarre number of
motorists drove f aster than 65
miles an hour before the speed
limit went into effect.
Club To Elect
An "organizational meeting"
of the Consumers Cooperative
riuh will he held on Mondav at
7:30 p.m. in the Pacific Service
AH active, inactive and pros prospective
pective prospective memtJers are invited to
attend this meeting when a
provisional board comprised of
a manager, treasurer and audi auditor
tor auditor will be nominated and elecV
ed in order to constitute the au authority
thority authority required in the artic:es
of inromoration. and to satisfy
the provisions of law for obtain
ing a charter.
Voting at this meeting will be
limited to members whose sav savings
ings savings in the club, up to the 'time
of balloting, are equal to 25 per
cent oft he proposed value of
A brief outline of the history,
aims and intent of the Consum Consumers
ers Consumers Cooperative Club, and the
desirability for a consumers co cooperative
operative cooperative association in this
community will be given by Raul
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Social and Otk
Rollfea .Alone' At Ciavten, Albreefc
USO Camp Shows Presents wil.highee
sen a stage show to this command;
for a "two weexs stay dciuuuuc
1, USARCARIB special semcei
This is the second stage, show
t be scheduled in this command
within the past two months. "Roll "Roll-inc
inc "Roll-inc Akmf '56" began a series of
nerihrmances Friday. Nov. 16 at
: p.m. at the Fort Kobbe theater.
The USG show is named "CaU-
fornia Christmas uamea win
perform in Puerto Rico -and the
surrounding islands from Jan. 1
throuah the 8th. 1957. and win be
rilfcMjiii awarded the three
sheet nwnt winners in the "exa
mination period" which Mowed
the dinner hour. i
Isthmians Receive Appointments
Ronald A. Johansson, son of Mr.
and- Mrs. Rrne Johanson; Stephen!
A. Herring, son of sir. ana mrs.
Maron S. Herring; Reginald H.
Havden. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald M. Havden: John Patrick
Dougan, and Charles C. Fears, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Fears,
all of the Canal Zone, have been
officially appointed Cadet-Midship
men in the Fall class at tne unit
t J States Merchant Marine Acade
shown on the Isthmus from Jan. mv. Kings Point. New York. This
through 15. I is one of the youngest of the federal
Koiiing Along aar arter starting academies in the united states.
.f Pnrf Kihhi iniuirrfl at Fnrt
GullCk iMhfaht, aVFort Clayton'sl These Cadet-Midshipmen named
Theater ni. 2 this afternoon and at above Will receive four years of ui ui-a)W
a)W ui-a)W nnir APR unioht i tensive training in the technologi
cal field of their choice and in sup sup-Atl
Atl sup-Atl shows begin at 8:00 p.m. fJKplementary liberal arts courses ne ne-cept
cept ne-cept the performance at Albrooic cessary for a college degree. Their
whieR'Begina at a:ao p.m. Tne ma- soohomore year win De spent a
tin t Fort Clayton will begin Aboard fraighters, tankers, and pas
Members of the Navy and the
Air Force are invited to attend all
perofrmances of "Rolling Along
The "California Christmas Gaiti-
es" will be seen by all services in
the command also.
On Tuesday, "Rolling Along '58'
will fly to Puerto Rico and will pla
at Fort Buchanan thft evening
Phi Theta Kappa
Observe 'Founders' Day'
Four active officers from the loc
i.1 college, two honorary members,
and two alumni members of Phi
Theta Kappa were in the group of
13 which observed the annual
'Founders Day" of the national
scholarship fraternity with an in
f.-rmai dinner at the Fort Amador
Officers Mess on Wednesday.
Mrs. Patricia Georie. president
of the local chapter, was in charge
of arrangement and was toastmis toastmis-tress
tress toastmis-tress of the dinner. Other officers
were: Manuel Moreno, vice-presi-d
?nt; Mrs. Donna McCarthy, seer
ary; Miss Patricia Steiner, treasur treasurer.
er. treasurer. The alumni members were Mrs.
Rochelle Head and Mrs. Ellen
Joan Smith, while the two honor
ary members were Dean Roger
C. Hackett and Faculty Sponsor
Mrs. TurbyfUl and Mrs. Hackett
were special guests.
senger vessels of the United States
Merchant Marine during which
time they will study the practical
aspects of tneir future proiession.
The remaining two years will ibe
spent at the Academy pursuing ad-
vancea stuates essential mi m"f
Binoo For Patients
On Wednesday, the American Le Legion
gion Legion Auxiliary Hospital Committee
composed of Mrs. Mary E. Becker
and Mrs. Anita McKeown gave a
bingo for the patients of Gorges
Hosoital at the Red Cross room.
The prizes consisted of comfort
articles, socks, handkerchiefs and
cigarettes. Home-made cookies and
cokes were served.
The next activity of this .group
will be helf on Dec. 12 and will be
in the form of Christmas decorat
The Flower Arrangement classes
of tiie Balboa YMCA-US& will
meet at 9:00 a.m. and 7 p.m. to
morrow Each student is expected
to bring all materials necessary for
making hef own arrangement of
fruits and or vegetables for pract
ice. Mrs. Pat Morgan, instructor
for the course, will analyse ar
rangements individually. Those
who plan to place entries in the
Flower Show Dec. 10, will find this
session very helpful and interest
MORI .WOMEN THAN EVER
RETREAT O JOBS FOR PEACE
"I we sure glad to get beck to
work this morning," said the
fortyish beauty shop operator who
is the mother of three children.
'I don't think I could have stood
the confusion at home another
day." she confessed, "with the
kids araning with each other and
wanting to go somewhere all the
"After two weeks of that, being
able to work in peace and quiet
aeems like heaven."
As more and more married
women work, more and more of
them are getting a masculine at
titude toward home life.
They think It is fine for a few
hours a day but they don't want
too much of it.
Many of them are also develop developing
ing developing such a taste for shop and of office
fice office routines that in comparison
homemaking seems like an inferi
Children Won't Bo Fooled
Tf her familv can Dossibly STe t
along, without her pay check any
married woman with children
nnoht to nnir hpr iob the first
time she finds herself dreading a
weekend or looking forward to
Monday and the peace and quiet
of an office.
For if she doesn't quit then she
She may be honest enough with
Wcoif tn admit whv she isn't will
ing to give up her job. Or she
may keep on making excuses for
working, putting the day of quit quitting
ting quitting ahead, "until the children are
educated," "until the house is paid
for" or "until we have a certain
sum in the savings account.
But they'll just De excuses.
ipon thnncrh shp ran fool her-
self she will probably never fool
"I'd rather have my mower ai
home than have all the pretty
clothes she buys me out of her
,.K..ir surf th his allowance
she gives me," one teen-age girl
recently coniesscu ui a
11. nmur will nave ner
mother at home if her mother
long ago decided tnat sne coiuu
take being a homemaker only in
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New Ballroom Dance classes
for teenagers and pre-teens
will be held Jan. 3rd for
Atlantic Side and Jan. 5th
for Pacific Side for regis registration
tration registration and information.
Bring the Family to
Our Sunday School
at 9:30. You will
find a class for every
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Tourists oassli.B throush this
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erating "operating a vehicle with outrf-state,
It is all nart nf a Aimnsion k.
locil businessmen to get visitors!
to stop nere awnne
Police Chief William Robinson,
siren wailine and red litrht flash.
ing, will occasionally stop a
tourist as tne visitor prepares to
leave tne cuy;
The "sentence" for driving
through Roundup with out-of-state
Diates include a fro niohr
loddne. dinner with the msvnr
free movie, free breakfast and a
wasn ana luorication jod for the
BARBERSHOP QUARTET These songsters added to the
nostalgic atmosphere of the Hotel Tivoll during the program
celebrating the Hotel's 50th Anniversary Thursday.
pkniy to do today
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Music by LUCHO AZCABRAGAS TRIO in the air
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11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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TONIGHT there's superb dinlns: and dancing to
the exciting rhythms of CLARENCE MARTIN'S
orchestra in the beautiful BELLA VISTA ROOM and
for the late comers George Godoy plays the piano.
10 pm. to 2 a.m. in the Balboa Bar.
George also plays
Tues., Wed. Thurs.
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from the railroad tracks after he was snatched from in front of a diesel. Officer
Fernando Najera pulled Richard from the tracks and Robert Vernon (right)
. drove Najera ahead of train to make rescue. He'll play only with model trains.
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"Sidewinder," aboard a Navy plane in Philadelphiai The missilt derives its name
from term commonly used in the southwest for particularly vicious rattlesnakes.
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THIS IS A LIFE-SAVER A glasa-relnforced plastic lifeboat which hold 42 instead
of the normal-lifeboat's 36 peraotos is being tested on the Isle of Wight. Propul Propulsion
sion Propulsion is by sail, oars or motor. .Boat is immune to rotting, warping and insects.
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HER BEST ill Seyeh-year-olcT Denice Wakefield ties a bib around her pet St
Bernard before giving him a thirst-quenohing saucepan of water in his stall at
a dog show in London. They are awaiting the judging in their particular class.
PRETTIEST FLAGMAN Third erade nunik
Perry wouldh't recognize her if they saw her signaling
trains .to start off on toiir sponsored by Eastern Rail Railroad
road Railroad Presidents conference in Toledo, O. With her are
Florence Wheelden ( fronts and Tntust Rm,
teachers viewing the city's industries during tour
NO WONDER HI'S TOPS Riviera Wonder shows he'll be hard to beat when he
defends his title of open jumper national champion in New Y&rk horse show. Al
Fiore is taking him over a jump in preparation for competition with nation's best.
TOYS FOR GOOD GIRLS AND BOYS
YS. PARENTS, it's getting abovt time to think about helping
A Santa Claus fill his bulging bag. Among the, bringers for this
Christmas is a quizboard game about "Men of Destiny," an appro appropriate
priate appropriate toy in this election yea. It deaje-whh America's men. An Another
other Another is a game which reproduces the excitement of real rag action
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as' two boxers try to knock each other down. Other prime favorites
are sonie appliances that work just like inothr's--electric mixers, etc.
To save mother from cleaning up, there's a powdered finger-paint
which is easy to remove from washaplt surfaces Of eourse, doll
areft forgotten. There's even non-collapsible carriage for toddler set.
Two children play "Men of Destiny" game lltft) while a father and son (right) wag a boHU with- fighters In a realistic prize rfna aame
These girls work as a chef (left), pray with a doll (center) and try a hand at finger painting (right) in some of the latest Yulefide toys.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 ( UP "Sleeping Prince" today and weitf
The Voice of America has post- t celebrate.
eTcf D" S.td "LlSwSSSS?" HPS
make recorded broadcasts, for
transmission to India.
rence Olivier cftmnleted 4 wseVr
I ef work on the movie The S'eep S'eep-ing
ing S'eep-ing Prince" al suburban Pie-
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Al official of the U. S. Inform a-
overloaded with work because of
the Middle East crisis.
Saund, who was born in India,
had been Invited by the Voice to
make recordings in Ind!n dia dialects.
lects. dialects. He accepted the offer but
later was informed of the post
ion r cameramen and tehnirtons.
Earlier, Marilyn, gave everyone
atvthe studto connee wrfh 'N
picture a bottle of wine er liquor
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district are completed. He defeat defeated
ed defeated Jinuellne Cochlane OdJ"m,
widely -known flier and cosmetics
Observers speculated that the
Voice might be holding back until
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MAURICE C. THATCHER, second from the right, only living member of the Isthmian Canal Commission, jwses i with Gov.
W E Potter Mrs Thatcher, Lt Gov. H. W. Schull, J?., and Company-Government Bureau Directors following the presen presen-tatiori
tatiori presen-tatiori of the National Safety Council Award of Merit to the Panama Canal Company-Canal; Zone Government. The Safety
Council Award was presented by Thateher to Potter who received it to the name of the employes of the Canal organization.
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TWENTY-THREE EMPLOYES of the Engineer Supply Division
mony at the Engineer Supply Depot recently. Nine of these
without accident during the period from Nov. 1, 1955 to Nov
tlve units without accident during the period fran My l, W
nmiiiia. D. Lozano. R. A. Urriola, A. Harding, and J. H. Gasto
son, J. I. Bustamante, E. B. Badilla, Jt.W, Zimmerman, a. .e
, USARCARIB, were presented with Safety Awards at a cere cere-employes
employes cere-employes received their awards for operating their vehicles
1, 1956. Fourteen were supervisors who operated their respec-
58, to Nov. 1, 1956. The employes are (front row, left to right),
Yates, Mrs. B. E. McGeachy, Vale, Mrs. A. E. Corrlgann, R.
ncfasv. lin the back row (left to right) are J. Franco, S. Johp-
nt, P. Garcia and T. Reyes. C,S. Army Photo)
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Men. "Johnny Concho" Toes. "Road To Denver"
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Hawaiian Reds Pose Threat To US Military, Trade Living
WASHINGTON. Nov. 17 (UP)-
Retired Army Lt. Gen. John W.
(Iron Mike) O'Daniel told congres congressional
sional congressional investigators today that
Communist activity iri HawH
poses a definite threat to U.S. md md-itary
itary md-itary security.
O'Daniel, commanding genera
f U.S. army forces in the Pacific
from 1952 to 1954, testified at the
opening of hearings by the. Senate
Internal Security subcommittee on
communism in Hawaii.
IhM.f in mnro wit.nPSSP are
scheduled to testify at subcomittee
hearings. in Honolulu, tentatively
se to start Nov. 30.
O'Daniel, who retired last Feb
ruary after 40 years of service,
said the subcommittee inquiry was
"very timely." He. said.be has
been hoping for such an investi investigation
gation investigation for the past four years.
He said a close watch on Com Communist
munist Communist activity in Hawaii is "em "emphatically"
phatically" "emphatically" needed and ."cannot be
O'Daniel' said the Communists in
Hawaii posed a "definite" threat
to U.S. security while he was
army commander there. He saw
late visits to the islands con convinced
vinced convinced him "the danger is just
as great or greater now."
He told the subcommittee the
Communists control the sugar
worker ami Hawaiian nort facil
ities through the "communist in
fested International Longshore
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O'Daniel reminded the subcom
mittee that next to the continental
United States, Hawaii is he main
U.S. military base for he whole
Pacific area. He said it serves as
the supply depot for the whole
area as well as a staging point
and the site of command head
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER It, IV
Palmer Favorite To Cop $750 Sprint Feature
Pappa Flynn, Embassy,
Golden Gorn II, Elko
The brilliant Palmer, loser of two of his three
local starts, is expected to start a winning; streak
this afternoon in the featured $750 seven-furlong-
"Special" at the President
Tum sfnH wwf.rir.o star fin
i at kjvm -
Ished third in his local debut
behind Chiroke and Volcanlco.
The winner turned six furlongs
In the new track record time of
1:11. Palmer's next atari; was a
victorious one in which he
equalled Paqulro's seven fur fur-ion
ion fur-ion record of 1:23. Last Satur Saturday
day Saturday Palmer dropped an eyelash
decision to Eric a race in
which Palmer was running over
the winner at the finish.
Tpday's opposition is much
better than any thus faced by
Palmer in Panama. He will be
meeting such e&ablished local
stars as Pappa Flynn, Embassy,
Empire Honey, Gonetlno, Cacha Cacha-faz,
faz, Cacha-faz, Golden Corn II, Gavllan.El-
Big Paul is Surprised By All
This Weightlifting Business
MELBOURNE, Nov. 17 (UP) -Massive
Paul Anderson, the hercu herculean
lean herculean weight lifter from Toccoa,
6a.. lowered his bulky 310 pounds
onto a protesting bed in the Olym
pic village today and allowed in a
drawling voice that all this is
quite a payoff on two cement
"Hei-e I a .i in Australia getting
ready to shoot for the Olympic
reconl,'" said the handsome, curly curly-haired
haired curly-haired Southerner. "And only four
years ago I started weight-lifting
with a pair of home-made weights
made out of concrete."
Andtrson it one of the marvels
of the Olympic village, a sort of
local Empire State Building. And
there's almost that much of him
at which the athletic tourists can
and do gaze in open-mouthed awe.
He's a lot of man, this 24-year-old
Georgian with the soft voice
and iron-hard muscles. His weight
at times soars to 370 pounds. His
other eye popping measurements
include a 23 inch neck, 22 inch
arm, 58-inch chest, 45-inch waist
and a 35-inch thigh.
He ean use it, too, if you want
the piano carried upstairs, the
trunks carted to the basement or
Kemon race tracK.
ko ana Barge ttuyai
panna Flvnn. Emnire Honey,
Golden Corn II and Embassy are
expected to be in the thick of
the battle at the finish. The
others should be disposed of
after the first four or five fur furlongs.
longs. furlongs. Palmer, pappa Flynn and Em Empire
pire Empire Honey are scheduled start starters
ers starters for the $2,000 added one mile
an4 a iiiartar Firemen' CorDS
aitu a iM v. ........
Classic (Clasico Cuerpo de Bom-
beros) which will be run nov.
28. This race will probably be
their last "tightener" for the
Nine other well matched races
are included on an attractive
the trash, moved to the lot next
door. The boy derrick holds ail the
world records for weight lifting
and a host of others which aren't
in the books.
As example, Louis Caeser, an ancient
cient ancient French-Canadian strongman,
once claimed to have lifted a
preposterous 4,000 pounds. So our
boy raised him a thousand with a
5,000-pound back lift.
Powerful Paul heard that Mifo
Steinhorn did a record deep knee
bend, down and up, with 550
pounds. So Anderson did it with
an even 1,000 pounds without
drawing a deep breath.
"I was going to Furman Univer University
sity University and a friend showed me how
to lift weights," Anderson says in
a soft voice. "So When I went
home I got two wooden boxes and
an old axle and poured concrete
into them, to make a set of
The three Olympic lifts are the
press, where the weight is taken
to the chest in one motion and
then pressed overhead with only
the arms and shoulders; the
snatch, taken from the floor to
overhead in one motion; and the
clean and jerk, brought chest high
A Masterpiece of the
CIA. CYRNOS. S. A.
Draft List For
NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UP) -Major
league executives scanned
the official 1938 draft list today
in hopes of grabbing a star for a
In an era when 860,080 bonuses
are paid to untried high school
kids the big leagues can obtain
a Triple-A star for a mere $10, $10,-ooo.
ooo. $10,-ooo. It looks mighty inviting but
the history of the draft shows
that few gambles pay off.
This year's list, released by
Commissioner Ford Frlck. con
tains such draf table "names" as
Chet Nichols, Frank Leja, satch satchel
el satchel Paige, Larry Jansen and Har Har-rv
rv Har-rv Byrd each 6f whom rated a
$75,000 or moreprice tag sev several
eral several years ago.
This year's draft is scheduled
for Dec, 3 so the majors have
more than two weeks to study
the "list of bargains The price
is $13,000 In the open classifica classification,
tion, classification, $10,000 for Triple-A play players,
ers, players, $7,500 In Douhle-A and so on
down to $2,000 for a Class D
The Chicago Cubs will nick
first this year. Kansas City
makes the second draft choice
and the picks continue until the
world champion New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees make their final pick. The
draft ends' vjhen no club wants
to make another selection.
HOLLYWOOD. Calif., (UP) -Art
Aragon of Los Angeles,
third-ranked welterweight con contender,
tender, contender, will meet Gene Poirler
of Niagara Falls, Ont Dee. 4 in
a 10-round bout at Hollywood
1 Ponton Love's Girdle
2 La Guararena Julie
3 Merry Mason Morenote
4 Kalalu Certamen
5 La Knea Lady Edna
$ Cambarwell Genliarito
7 Double Four Begonia
8 ChHo Ebony
9 Palmer Pappa Flynn
10 Patan Abrami
and then raised aloft with body
In Munich, Paul pressed a world
record, 409 pounds; at Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia snatched 336V4 pounds, and
also clean and jerked 440 pounds.
His world record total for the
three lifts at one performance is
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last week, Nov. 5, during the 1956 Marlin Tournament. Mr.
Rodgers was aboard the Nautilus, owned by Mr. and Mrs
Milton Wright. The tournament Committee is studying the
results of the tournament and winners will be announced early
' : (U.S. Army Photo)
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Nov. 17
(UP) Iowa whipped Ohio State
6-0, before 57,732 fans today to
clinch a share of the Big Ten
football title for the first time in
34' years and guaranteed a trip
to the Rose Bowl next Jan. 1.
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 17 (UP)
Spectacular Corney Salvaterra
enacted his heroic role for the
second straight week today as he
led Pittsburgh to a 20-7 victory
over Army to keep the Panthers
In front for Eastern football
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 17
(ufj Mairoack Terry sarr rov rover)
er) rover) that his nften-inlured ankle
wn finallv healed todav hv rac
ing for three touchdowns to lead
Michigan to a 49-29 Big Ten Vic
tory over Indiana.
Barr'a performance gave the
Wolverines assurance that they
will be In their best shape of the
season a week hence when they
meet traditional rival Ohio State
In their final Conference game.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 17
(UP). Paul Hornung plunged
for a touchdown with a minute
and 16 seconds to play today to
give Notre Dame a 21-14 victory
over North Carolina and break
an Irish losing streak of five
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Nov. 17 (UP)
Tlllnnii mm! Wisconsin battled
to a 13-13 tie today in a Big Ten
football game before 52,858 fans
in Memorial stadium.
UNTVERBITY PARK, Pa., Nov.
17 (UP). Pennsylvania State
University defeated North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Stat 14-7. todav in a bruis
ing ground battle that see-sawed
from goal to gosa Deiore erupt erupting
ing erupting in a scoring spree with less
than four minutes left In the
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KNOXVILLE. Tenn. Nov. 17
(UP). Tennessee's defensive
demons grabbed a fumble and a
wayward pass today to come
from behind and roll to a 27-7
victory over a reckless Misslssla-i
pi team that played right into
the Volunteers' hungry hands.
COLUMBIA, S.C., Nov. 17 (UP)
Fullback Don Johnsnn rtrnnnt-
ed to the second team earlier
tnis week, smashed 23 yards late
in the fourth, period today to
break un a crunchlno riefpneive
battle and start South Carolina
to a 13-0 victory over Maryland
before 26,000 fans." r
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 17
(UP). Once-beaten Yale, a
sputtering but successful foot football
ball football machine this season, rose to
its greatest heights today, un
foldlne a striking riisnlav of run
ning and passing power to knock
runteiuii irom me unDeaien
ranks, 42-20, before a Crowd of
67,000 in Yale Bowl.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 17
(UP). Minnesota upset Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State 14-13 before 62,478
frenzied fans today on a fourth fourth-down
down fourth-down comeback which saw the
Gophers march 70 yards in five
plays in a futile bid for the Rose
EASTON, Pa., Nov. 17 (UP).
Lehigh, with quarterback Dan
Nolan scoring three touchdowns.
defeated Lafayette, 27-10, today
in the 92nd meeting of the two
schools, oldest football rivalry in
tne united states.
The victory witnessed by a
capacity crowd of 19,060, was the
first for Lehigh in four years
and its 31st victory in the Series;
Lafayette has 58 wins with three
of the contests ending in ties.
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgi.
Purse $409 Pool Closes 12:45
1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Love's Girdle J. Rodri. 1)8
.A. Gonzales 106
6 Soft Note
L. Giraldo 115
B. Agulrre 115
F. Gatica 110
R. Vasquez 11$
B. Baeza 113
J. Jimenez 107x
2nd Race "D-E" Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse 1399 Pool Closes 12:45
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Elenita B. Aguirre 115
2 Vrakeaway O. Miranda U9x
3 La Guararena D. Cortez 115
4 Nacho L. Giraldo 120
5 Jachalin F. Sanchez 96x
6 Julie R. Vasquez 118
7 i-Portal J. Phillips 110
3rd Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $409 Fool Closes 1:45
1 Morenote B. Baeza 106
2 Arrabalero H. Ruiz 108
3 Valley River G. Monte. lOSx
4 Merry Mason G. Vis. 107x
5 Copadora F. Gatica 103
6 Merry Slipper a. Vas. 115
4th Race "Non-Winners" Natives
Purse $259 Pool Closes 2:29
1 G. Patrick
2 No Gallito
E. Dario 103
J. Phillip 110
F. Gatica 110
B. Aguirre 110
5 El Profesor
6 Dofia Perica
7 S. calunga
F. Hidalgo 108
A. Gonza. 105
F. Alvarez 110
"th Rtce "B-C" Natives 1 Mile
.'urse $350 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Ika e: aDrto 108
2 Rabiblanco Baeza 110
3 Daniel R. Gomez 108
4 La Enea D. Cortez 118
5 Lady Edna B. Aguirre 115
8-Glimplco J. Bravo. 113
6th Race 5th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 3:35
1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 After Me
F. Gatica 115
A. Vasquez 110
'T. 'Alvarez 115
B. Baeza 105
J. Rodriguez 113
7 Topocalma G. Vasduto llOx
8 camoerweii v. Castillo lis
7th Race 4th Series Imp. 1 Fgs.
Purse $600 Pool Closes 4:05
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 -Comatosse B. Aguirre 113
2 Gourmet F. Alvarez 108
3 Begonia B. Baeza 105
4 Lucky Test E. Dario 102
5 Double Four R. Vasquez 120
6 P. countess G. Vasquez 102x
7 Pavinetto A. Vasquez 118
8th Race "Hla." Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse $275 Fool Closes 4:49
1 Jai Alai A. Gonzales 113
2 Ebony G. Montero us
3 Chlto V. Castillo 113
4 Conquistador A. Vis. 118
5 Winsaba E. Ortega 118
6 Sherry Time G. V&. lOOx
7 Sifena F. Sanchez 97x
8 E1 pasha R, Gomez 118
9th Race "Sneelal" Tmn. 1 Vrm.
Purse $759 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Palmer B. Aguirre 115
2 Empire Honev V. oatl. 108
3 Gonetino A. Vasquez 118
4 cachafaz G. Vasquez 107x
5 Pappa Flynn R. Vis. 115
6 Golden corn G. Sin. 115
7 Embassy F. Alvarez 110
8 Gavilan H. RUlz 110
9 (Elko g. Montero 105x
M (Barge Royal D. cortez 108
10th Race "Special" imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse 8858 Pool Closes 5:49
A. Visquez 118
R. Vasquez 110
F. Hidalgo 108
A. Ycaja 110
B. Aguirre 108
Is Anything But
NEW YORK (NEA) Chanev
Conerly, the New York Giants' ve veteran
teran veteran quarterback, is a gambler, as
Ins nerve-wracked coaching staff
has found out several times this
In the closing minutes of a game
against Pittsburgh, Conerly was
confronted with a fourth and two
situation. The Giants wanted to
keep the ball and run out the clock.
Conerly, instead of a conserva conservative
tive conservative line plunge or even punting
called for a tricky flat pass to
Kyle Rote. It worked at Coach
Jim Lee Howell and his assis assistants,
tants, assistants, Tom Landry and Vince Lorn
bardi, nearly fainted.
As Conerly came out of the game,
he trotted up.to them.
"I guess,rhe drawled, "I gave
you guys a good scare."
Laramie, Wyo. (NEA) There
will be only one senior on Wyom Wyoming's
ing's Wyoming's 10-man basketball varsity.
. He's the 6-8 center Dave Bradley.
'..I- .,... .M.jJt1MU HUM.
Wright Bros.. moved into sole
possession of first place this
week when they took three
points from the Naval Station.
Now leading by only one thin
point: they are determined to
stay on top and Win this half. It
seems the Navy slipped this week
when they couldn't produce a
500 series. The best they could
produce was a 495 by jodice who
incidentally, took nigh class JB
series inis week.
Agenda Kam, tied for first
place last .week dropped. into
third when they took only one
point from Geo. Tully and ha
Cops. Kam lost three points but
Don Rudy produced the highest
single game this year as he loll lolled
ed lolled a nice 244. On either side of
this 244 game was a 150 and a
170 to give him a 564 seriesi to
eke out High Class A for the
Casa Yohros dropped hto the
cellar and their opponent" the
Aces, moved into fifth plaeo
when we. Aces took three points
from Butler (no credit given to
H. DeVoll and bis 406 series)
and moved out of the celMr,
The highest series Butler could
produce was a 450 by Charlie
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Home & Home
MELBOURNE, Nov. 17 (UP)
The tlnited Stotes and Russia
today agreed to home-and-home
track meets at Mdscow in 1957
n4$n the United States in 1958.
The agreement was reached at
Weettftg of eight
United I states oAls headed
by AAU Secretary Daniell. Fer Ferris
ris Ferris and a group of Rssian offi officials.
"It all depends on whether th
State Department rescinds the
alien fingerprint law because tha
Russians wOnt stand for their
visiting athletes to be finger fingerprinted,"
printed," fingerprinted," said Ferris. "But w
had previous assurances from
the State Department that the
law is to be rescinded."
Konstantin Kroupin, president
of the Soviet Athletic Union,
broached the idea verbally and
said it will be confirmed later
with a written agreement.
AA Prexy To Meet
Of Louisville Club
DES MOINES, Iowa, Nov. I7,r I7,r-(UP
(UP I7,r-(UP ) American Asso elation
President Ed Dohertv today
planned a meeting with promo promoters
ters promoters interested in Obtaining the
Lousville Colonels' franchise.
which now seems almost certain
to leave the Ohio River city.
Doherty met with'Des Moines
promoters Thursrfav nisrht but
said two other cities also were
"interested in getting into the
Salt Lake City, Utah; Knox-
ville.'Tenn.; and Winnipeg, Can
ada have been mentioned in
connection with the Colonels.
TBI SUNDAY AMERICAN
Balboa Won The Crown In Closest Football
But Athletic Club's
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
KNOCK W DOWN... No. U
Every Game Is Practice
Fourteenth of U written for HCA
The PiMmi American
By DICK WEBER
St. Loute Star
how long it
PEOPLE ask me
intUt ma to become
doubles champion. The answer is
nirie years and there is still a lot
of room for improvement.
The whole idea is to show
steady progress, even if it is slow.
Don't be discouraged if it comes
alow. Give yourself plenty of time
to learn. Don't be rattled by bad
balls or bad games.
I hit my first 200 game in my
first year, but wound up with an
average of only 145. Plenty of bad
balls and bad games went into
that average. During my second
year. I hit my first 600 three-game
cluster, but also showed plenty of
400's and low fives.
When you start hitting an occa occasional
sional occasional good score, do not expect it
t. happen every time. Even the
stars have off nighte.
The nicest thing about practice
Is that it is fun. Work out as oft often
en often as you can, say in three game
sets. Concentrate on the different
spares as well as on getting them
all with the first roll.
If possible, start with a good in instructor.
structor. instructor. Thej atick to your game
all with the first roll.
If Boaslble. start with a good in
tractor., Then stick to your game
and don't change It at a mere
Volley Ball Today
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Once again In volley ball, both
men and women will make ap appearances
pearances appearances today at the Santo
Domingo sports club.
These mixed team things, be becoming
coming becoming more popular in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, will begin at 10 a.m.
In the first game. cap. Segu Segu-ra,
ra, Segu-ra, who won the girl's champion championship
ship championship in the San'a Cruz League,
will play Abernathy, a team
leading the Panama Women's
The second game will feature
the Colegio Artes y Oflcios and
the Morgos Club.
The second game of the three three-part
part three-part series will be played Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Nov. 22, and the third
" f necessary, on Sunday,
NO CHORE Tenpin prac practice
tice practice is a pleasant task for Dick
Weber. That's the way all
practice should be taken.
Join a league in your average
bracket and make every game
nractice session for a better
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. t'UPi-Lar-
ry Houdek, Kansas Wesleyan half halfback,
back, halfback, held onto scoring and rush
ing leads in NAIA football statis
tics this week, but lost the total
offense peak to another Kanaan
Tailback Curt Bennett of Ster
ling, Kan., College, has amassed
2,166 yards, including 1,204- rush
ing, in nine games this season. He
also completed 56 of 117 passes
for 962 yards.
Houdek scored 18 points last
Saturday and gained 199 yards on
18 carries to remain as the No. 1
rusher with a total of 1,373 yards
in 153 carries.
Houdek was second In toatl of-,
fense with 1,432 yards gained.
Bob Webb of St. Ambrose Col College,
lege, College, Davenport,' Iowa, has con
r-td on 77 nf 147 oasses for a
net gam of 1,278 yards to lead In
tuft .epai itnent.
Andy Urbanic of Bethany,
W. Va., is the top pass receiver
with 33 receptions good for 631
yards and five touchdowns.
Marion Zody, Ashland, Ohio,
halfback, holds the punting lead
with a 43.9-yard average on 34
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Grabbed Scoring Honors From Doqst i
A final look-see at the season just post shows it to
be the closest intcrscholastic football race ever here. v
BOlonce was the key word throughout the seaf
Balance of both teams and individual players. Scores were
I close i 20 points wos the farthest apart two teaim
ever finished, and after that 13. And except for BalboWJi
- i i t . a.ll'. Mr I"
Bruce Bateman and ineligible Lari I urtie or Atnienc ciud,
scoring was scattered over half the backftelds of the four
Balboa won the championship by a scant fourth qf, p..
game, based on a 4-2 season against AC's 3-2-1 mark 0
the three eligible schools, it was still Balboa a -record
holder, compared to Junior College and Cristobal's
But it was really' closer thni
that. If Balboa had lost Friday
it Is Not Exactly
Third of four dispatches on the
Olympic Games written for NEA
Service and The Panama American
By FRANK SAMPSON
MELBOURNE (NEA)Th out
standing achievement in connection
with preparations for we uiympic
r.amps wan the development of the
Melbourne Cricket around into the
fh Orickefc Ground i to Mel
honrne what the leading coliseum
for baseball park is to any major
American, city. Designed primarily
nr i.rilrt. in ttle Sll.limef. it IS
the mecca of Australian-rules foot football
ball football fans throughout the winter.
It has held crowds of 98,000 at
ttiA annual Grand Final League
football matches. It is only a half
mile frdm the center of tne my,
whieh has a DODUlation of 1,375,000.
Th new. enlarged Meinourne
Cricket Ground has a capacity
of 110,000 for the Games,. Nov. 22
t a st. Sent ember, bulldozers and
rawer shovels tore up the hallow
ed soil of center wicket, where top
batsmen and bowlers of England
and Australia for 50 years have
battled for the mythical Ashes,
the crown of victory in the biennial
cricket Test matches.
Contractors took out 15,000 tons
of soil in a gigantic earth-moving
lob to correct a severt-ioot slope
Underaround cinder drains and
nornus earth filling proviae an ai
most weather-proof footing. A
three-inch running service was
Olvmoic Park covert 25 acres
ml surrounds the Melbourne Cric
ket Ground. There new arenas and
swimming stadium are closely
grouped. There is a hockey field
week ago, Cristobal would have Taam
won tne Clue. AS tne rummy : oaiooa
books will show, however, the! Athletic Cluh
Bulldog blanked the Atlantic Junior CoUej
siders 13-0 and kept the trophy Cristobal
afeain. i Leafut
Tne Bulldogs couiani seefj wmm
the 'anchor,' though. In a neai- oarpoa
ed-up atmosphers lunlor Col- Jurrlar College
lege won tne traditional wooubh i vusmuai
anchor replica, 19.7, lh one of (Plus one other
th wost namti M the season. 1 ones noi niiure in
Oddities; Balboa shut out Cris- ings-the Athletic Club's 12 (1 vi
tobal twice during the' s e a s 0 n, 1 tory over a ?xjne All Star te,ni. te,ni.-both
both te,ni.-both times by identical 13 0 scores; Played ater the season clo.-:
. . ine m5i unt-smcu atuic
the cmpalgn was Athletic Club's
20-0 win over the Bulldogs, the
narrowestdiscounting ties was
W L T .P!t
1 3 i-..2,
piayea auer tne season
for the Community Chest.)
Twonty-onc scored. Thev arefk
Carl Tattle AUiletie "CiuAlol
Manniag A t h lei le
Balboa's 7-6 shaver over
Fullbacks and .quarterbacks du
most. f the Kporinu Carl Tut Artiaid
tie an.i Bruce Bateman, both Pomts.
fullbacks, collected 58 points anj! 9vicn Sutherland
ended numbers 1, 2 In totals ofr, ,ui",'
noM Manning and BFII Bl 1 R,ankm Cristobal,;??,.
for 14 and 13 noints byrrunnin?
more by passing and directing
their team's attacks.
Bob Fogel of Balboa led ends in
touchdown, two points-after
Track events will be started
by standard pistols with electric
contacts imported from Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland in time to give' starters ex experience
perience experience in their use.
Fur staggered races, such as the
200-meter run, there will be, a
small loudspeaker beside each run
ner, each joined to a tapeo trans transmitter
mitter transmitter in the starter's coat. Thus
his command and the sound of the
pistol shots wjll reach each compe
titor '. stmuitanem.sty. Similarly.
the starter's signal wjli'be transmit
ted to the timing devices.
A timer accurate to 2.3 mil mil-lionths
lionths mil-lionths of a second, to be used in
the sprints, is located In a. special
tower 80 feet above the fhush line.
This furnishes a photographic re record,
cord, record, of the. arrival and time of eve
ry competitor to the 100th of a sec
bnd within 90 seconds of the fin finish.
ish. finish. Results will be flashed to an e
lectrically operated scoreboard bj
teleprinter and announced In Eng
lish, French and Spanish through
the public address system.
They also will be flashed aroum
mi oTiey jumor Cotlj, t(
Dan Wiaklosky Balboa..1 ii"
noints "! WW
And others: Bob Fotel
8; Billy Gibson (Cristoba
P.ristohal wpnt scoreless in thee m" (Junior t.olleg
t..!.j-oif-. i navnournp i junior n
Karnes, juniur Allege iww uiuiul.- -;-- TZ .. v fnai
ing a 0-0 draw with the Tigers;.1 y'tchie More Balboa), ; Bejel;,
Athletic Club was the only crew to iy'liA.tI'1f. 6; Dftvidt
not be blanned. . u'Wv
There are a couple heeds in the "fl 'Metlc Clut ., 6; ,Dioto ,Dioto-Capal
Capal ,Dioto-Capal Zone, football situation here : : f,Vn0f v6Ucgei, b. I
most pressing is t publfa addres SL-(jLM '-' i,AL,Bla,cfc;,',t
system and or announcer for Ba 1-! i"?i?TK College 8; Keith Ku.M?
i, .j i (CrrstOoal). 1: Curt Jeffrie CRkU!
e), 6; Fri
boa Stadium, and an imnrovjed LCrrst.ba,)'. U Curt. Jeffries iw.
yard marker system for Mt. Hope ;' ana K"y lroft (Cnstobarn (Cnstobarn-Stadlum.
Stadlum. (Cnstobarn-Stadlum. another need: a ..,,.. ...
hi nmiiuon. muie anj Kay we
dressing-room, rrst, na-ronin (no
sibly under the standi) on the At.'"8"'' points;-
h.ntic side field, . players now Tu"?T p,ay' NKfkl.sh,'
fit at either end of the field, often i. ku i"k wmcn' bl
ankle-de-ep in cinders and mud. n.fh 'on io'V m' A.
year's champion miaht well be1 rL a J2" CoranWity Che!
Junior Cdllege-4hey've got a f(nea",,:' '.
Game score for tht year: on on-Cristobal
Cristobal on-Cristobal fl, Junior College 0
Balboa 7, Junior College 8
AMiletic Chab 7, Criatobal 7 ''T",
Athletie Club 18, Junior CoHgy
Batboa 18, Cristobal 0
Athletic Club 20, Balboa 0
Cristobal ?, Junior Cc4aW
Athletic Club 12, Crtstpbajl I
Junior college 19, BalBoTv
Balboa 19, Athletic Cluh nC
Junior College 13, Athletic tffub
NIXT: Our thancos
team returning, including Jo Ci
cero, OH Smith, Mlko N.hmad
Dick Horn, Prad Rayburne, 220
pound Pta Lang, and John Irwin.
Cicoro, Smith, HeriH and R a y
bourne was this year's stgrtin;
bu'ckfield. . despite Carl Tuttlt't
high-scoring jinks, probably the
most valuable- player to any Isth
miis icam was Arnold Manning,
who ran, patted, and t h'o u g h t
AC to a successful season.
Manning it ineligible for the
all Zone team to be' announced
toon. ... in schoolboy ranks
most valuable .could be either rurt
nine rnuehie Bruct Batiman 0
Junior. College t strongbotf 'tackle,
Vic Higgln. .
, Balboa 13. Cristobal A,
l.r! In n.l I
Athletic Club 12,
have you joined
the fun at the
Dintrlkntarai Companla' Cl'RNOS. S. A.. Colon ft Panama
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
Midnite to 4:30 a.m.
piano ban. and drum
combination of the
In the air-conditioned
nightcap on the house at
. r f
George also plan the piano
10 p.m. to 2 a m.-1
Tues., Wed. A Tburs.
BITTING OUT Fuck Van
uyne Brouwer, Dutch star,
doesn't appear to feel too badly
ahAut flvinr all the war to
Melbourne only to And out that
ch rnu d not comneie in mr
Olympics. Holland withdrew
and t velodrome with a 333.3-meter
track of New Zealand pine. Two
v.todrome stands seat 9,400.
In addition to the main arena
and the Olympic Park sitesH thete
are 54 training areas, covering
every sport and all within 10 miles
of Olympic Village in suburban
The swimming stadium is con constructed
structed constructed in novel design, There
are two highly-unorthodox features
the roofing and the sloping sides
which have tiers of seats. Thia me
thod eliminates the need for pillar!
The pool is heated and the air-conditioned
5,000, cost $800,000.
In the Melbourne Cricket
Ground layout, care was taken to
see that sprinters, high jumpers
and pole vaulters do not have to
run or jump into the sun and to
. SUPPLY LINE
'Roit. fjinsintf Mirh' f NEA 5 M
i Michigan State has two ot us form
er boxers on the Qlympio team
Choken. Maekawa. NCAA bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight champion from Hawaii, and
Om uou Sum... youA iiw 1
7odoy Encanto .35 .20
"COME NEXT SPRING"
with Ann Sheridan
- Also: f
Sabu and chiquita in
Torfay IDEAL .25 .15
Tony Martin in
Joseph Cotten in
"THE KILLER IS LOOSE"
Let us SAFETY RATE yon Tires
FREE OF CHARGE
THE SINDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER II, 195f
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Lun Wdlaj si
classic popular and Jan
11 Stmt Ne. 6-A-TeJ. M5M
Ait .nn urn.
.( heat it treat dis-
cevery at f ranch science.
"ApWerm" Royat Jelly
reduct ef wonderful Vftaltalog
AGINCIAS LATINO -AMIMCA.
P.O. Box 4US r-Jom ,"M,t
CANAL ZONE LADIES
Da) you have tray hairf
COME ALIVE QBAT QBAT-Mads
Mads QBAT-Mads Just for yon.
YJriCX Beauty Satoa
Balboa Service Center.
SPECIAL COLD WAV!
' M nni irl.n..A..
rat 0.8. personnel an thele
WitH F 1.2 Lew
Panama N. York Col6n
'Thought He Sent
Folks To Asylum
Instead Of Away
INDEPENDENCE, Iowa, Nov. 17
(UP) A music therapist credited
swivel-hipped singing star Elvis
Presley ana nis guiior wiui oeing
helpful in caring mental patients.
rr Flarertca Chambers of the
Iowa Mental Health Institute here
said rock and roll music aids tne
mentally ill to restore their
tin chambers a former con
cert pianist, said the mentally ill
according to Freud nave iosi
u;- plmtliiw urhioh music ran
laicti i j m. ... .......
give back to them. She added that
music therapy was not a sooimng
taetipy, but a cure.
I As for Elvis, she said, "I can't
stand the boy. . myself, but his
music is vety good for the pa
Own Dying Fiancee
WHEATON, 111., Nov. 17 (UP)
An ambulance driver rushed to
the scene of an accident today to
And his fiancee dying of Injuries.
Carolyn 8. Patrick, 23, was
truck by a Chicago 4 North
Western passenger trak as she
slashed across the tracks in an
effort to catch another train to j
her Job as a nurse.
Police called an ambulance.
and driver Harold Mervald col-!
'tamed on rwrsmrrnp thn utorim
whom he was engaged to marry I
Dec. 18. II
Group Classas ami Private Us-
torn for ArJults, Couples, Teen-
I agera and Pra-teens.
I IALBOA V&
T Street Ne. IS
Agenda Internal, dt Publicaciones
x. s Letter? nam
Central Ave. U
FOR SALE FOR SALE
FOR SALS: All furniture of FOR SALE: 1950 Pontile Pan-
residence because ef traveling. al Delivery car, Vi-ro capacity,
Phone 3-0798. in good condition. Juan B. Sosa
' .. -Z Sfreet No 13-A-13. Telephone
BECAUSE owner in States, will 2-1959.
aell little used, Serve! refrigera- i
tor with freexer top, any cycle. FOR SALE: '41 Pontiac $300.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772. See at 5711-B Shonrt Street,
POP. SALE: CBS televiiion with
stand, 2 months eld; RCA Hi- FOR SALE: 1952 4-doorChev-
Fidelity phonograph. 3 speeds. relet Deluxe with power glide.
Both 2560-cycle. Refrigerator Balboa 2141.
Westinghouse, 25-cycle; wicker ... ZTZTZ 7CT, v
furniture. Balboa 2-3171 f SALE: 1953 Pontiac Six
Sedan, hydramatic $1 195. 0922
FOR SALE: Morox gar itove 4 Amador Road, 2-2984.
banters end even. Leaving lath- lna .... ,j; ;
mu.. Phone La con,, Rodman SA": T '95fev,.lrt
3335, Deluxe 4-dr. Sedan, 3600 miles,
ipecial paint and white aidewall
FOR SALE: Brand new 1956 ,ir Phono Balboa 3026.
21" Silverrone T.V. set $250;
else 10- gallon electric haatar an a .
FOR SALI: Console radio with T
ag.gasftr-0840 Services Today
refrigerator, gooeondition' $60- At Sflltll S
also Hi-Fi record player, table
model. 0599-A, Ancon. Phone ,
2-6362. Thanksgiving services will be
" cab neld at st- Peter's church In La
roft SALE: Dining reom table Boca today in observance of the
with 8 chain, Philippine Rattan time honored festival of harvest
living room sat. All excellent home.
condition. Phono Belbee 2833.
FOR SALE:- Beautiful custom- Parishioners &A y the
made mahogany b,, (b.m ReV' John SPear- Priei ln
F5TIwFwh chare- t0 attend specially the
navy blue apring eeetTTsee 1 0 choral Eucharist at 10 : 30. At this
end IB. Phone Balboa 2436 service church school pupils will
- present their gifts at the altar.
May Kiss, Makeup
And Avoid Strike
WASHINGTON". N it nw
The International Machinists
Union bowed to a National Medi Mediation'
ation' Mediation' Board request today and
agreed to meet Monday with of-
iiwaiB vi i.dSLern ur times to try
to settle a -wage dispute.
But the union refused to post postpone
pone postpone a strike scheduled to start
at midnight thankserivine rfav Thp
boardi had asked that the strike
be postponed indefinitely nenriinc
the outcome of mediation efforts.
The Monday meeting will be
held here. The four-month wage
contract dispute involves 4,800
mechanics and other ground per
sonnel empioyd by Eastern.
Involved are demands for wage
increase, a one-vear rnnt.ranr
Improved grievance procedures
ana worK snifts, and an end to
the subcontracting of maintenance
and overhaul work.
Ths ebmpany has demanded a
three-vear contract, ami an enr)
to the union shop ageement. The
union sara n nas made no wage
A Remarkable Action Picture
"THE LAST WAGON"
on Wednesday at the Bella Vista
A spell -binding- tale of a
whose last resort for survival is
murder to guide them trough
be told in 20th Centurv Fox'i
debuts locally on Wednesday at
Thi nil lain an WACevrn Hi- ma
fanvi,H tasnusesa m went a. e av. rrawuiii
Oela Farr and Stephanie Griffin, and a supporting cast of
remarkable ability. In the full grandeur of Cinemascope and
color y De Luxe. "THE LAST WAGON," as the title implies,
is all that remains after an Indian ambush on a wagon train
in Arizona durinr the 1870's. THE LAST WAGON is a must
see for all the lover ef the great outdoor drama. Rememb
on weanesaay at tne BELLA
IB La CamxiulIU
No. is "B- Strut
4th of Jutv Ave. J St
Mornine prayer 9 a.m. will be
gin ithe observance, while the
closine service will be evensong
at 7:30 p.m. Thanksgiving mu music
sic music from the choir will enhance
Funny Hat Winners
A program with the award of
several prizes to members of the
audience nignngnted me funny
hat contest held by the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary of St. Peter's
churoh on Thursday night.
Prizes were claimed for natal
anniversary, wedding anniver anniversary,
sary, anniversary, old age, expecting soonest,
most articles in purse, for being
thin, fat, short and tall. Mrs.
Leonor Prince1 won the door
Wearing a hat fashioned from
a pair of cloves, Mrs. Miriam
Riney was awarded first prize in
the funny hat contest. Mrs.
Catherine Smith won second
prize with a hat symbolizing a
Christmas tree. Mrs. Hannah
Moore, whose hat featured a
Dlrd nest, was tnird prize win winner.
ner. winner. A prize also fell to Father
Spear for his headgear.
The Judges were Mrs. Con
stance Hayes, Mrs. Gwendolyn
E. Shirley and Mrs. Allan R.
rroun of desperate pioneers
to trust a man charged with
hostile Indian territory, will
"THE LAST WAGON" which
the BELLA VISTA Theatre.
mkmim BtljA Wirimnrlr ?
in. TivtU Ne
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Central Ave.
114 Central Avenge
FOR SALE: Sawt, wranchas,
clampi, diss, Brett drill, solder soldering
ing soldering irona, blow torch, vices,
rakes, shovels, ate. Phono 6-441.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"210" 2 -door sedan, new seat seat-covers,
covers, seat-covers, new tires, Tutone blue blue-gray,
gray, blue-gray, undarcoatad, 28,000 actual
miles, directional lighti, $1350;
Kelvinator 18-cu. ft. deepfreex deepfreex-ar,
ar, deepfreex-ar, 60-cyclc, $400, never used,
brand now; Kelvinator dryer, 60 60-cycla,
cycla, 60-cycla, $175. brand new. Phona
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury
Convertible, 43,000 miles; Eaiy
Spin Dryer washer, 25-cycle.
Phona 3544, Rodman Navy.
FOR SALE: Piano 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 clubs, 1 tot for
men, 1 set for woman, 1 tot
woods; fishing tackles, marlin
rigi 140 to 9p, several light
tackle outfits. All good equip equipment,
ment, equipment, soms never used. Hard Hardwood,
wood, Hardwood, for fishing poles, bows,
canes and swagger sticks; metal
book cases, tables, storage cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, camera, Kodak Medalist,
camera bag, tripod, German Ar Army
my Army rifla and pistols. House No.
628-A, Ancon Boulevard
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Boxer
pups, male, brindle. For appoint appointment
ment appointment phone 3-3082, Mrs. R.
FOR SALE: Mahogany desk
with typewriter stand and match match-Ing
Ing match-Ing stool, new condition. Reas Reasonable.
onable. Reasonable. Call Curundu 4272
FOR SALE: Suits and trousers,
site 46-48 waist, new slightly
used, lightweight Call Bal. 3182
after 4 p.m. and all day Sat. and
FOR SALE.- Saddle horse, geld gelding.
ing. gelding. Can bo seen at Pacific Sad Saddle
dle Saddle Club, any time.
roR,S,A,LE;,-- Cr.ft.man band
saw 12"; i,-hp. motor, 25-ey-(lo
and bench with visa $50;
Quartermaster metal buffet $4.
2316-A Las Crucas, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 General Elec Electric
tric Electric 21 -inch T.V set with swivel
table $185. Balboa 2148.
FOR RENT: Chalet completely
furnished with two bedrooms
(one air-conditioned), servant's
quarters and garage. Located at
Panama Golf Heights & Jose Pa Pa-redes
redes Pa-redes Ava. For further informa information
tion information please call Panama 2-1050.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
terrace, yard, garage, modern ly
furnished. Phono 3-6243.
If All the family and your guests will enjoy the beautiful Deer
k'" Be,e sty,in nd tme-toned musical quality of the
i z 3u. a pius feature is Siesta Switch that shuts off
tverythmg (amplifier and lamp plug in base too) after the
last record plays. You can play records of all four speeds
and three sizes (twelve 10', ten 12" or fourteen V records)
and even intermix 10" and 12' records of the same speed.
Patented ri-matic spindle protects your recordsTT!
they art lowered (NOT dropped) to spindle shelf and silent
air-cushion dropped to turntable. This truly deluxe table
model automatic phonograph
7110 BOLIVAR AVE
ATTENTION, G. I.! Jest built
modem furnished apartments, I
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 5 1st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment
ment apartment in Campo Alegre: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple without
children special rate. Apply pat-
tonally 5 1st Street, next to the
FOR RENT : 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Via EipaRa 2112, facing
Juan Franco. Phono 3-4186.
FOR RENTi 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent. Jose de Fab Fab-rega
rega Fab-rega Avenue No. 12 (Pasadena).
FOR RENT: 1 -room apartment,
private kitchen and bath. Suit Suitable
able Suitable for couple or bachelor. 3 3-2189.
2189. 3-2189. Ave. 7a., San Francisco da
la Caleta Must ba teen ta ap appreciate.
preciate. appreciate. FOR RENT: Completely new
and modern apartment, hot wa water,
ter, water, living-dining room, 2 bed-'
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, maid's room with bath"
room, garage. Very cool. Resi Residential
dential Residential sector. Santulrio Street,
pink house. Phona 3-2585.
Slated For Paraiso
The Bethel Mission Church
Young People's Society of Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso will observe Thanksgiving
oay wnn anotner tnanxsgiving
hour on Thursday morning, No November
vember November 23, at 8 a.m. This marks
the tenth! Annual Thanksgiving
Hour of the society. Songs ap appropriate
propriate appropriate for the occasion will be
sung by the audience and the
Bethel Young Gospel Singers. A
musical quartet will be render rendered
ed rendered by the young people and a
Thanksgiving prayer "by the pas pastor,
tor, pastor, Rev. W. H. Stewart.
The Thanksgiving Address will
be delivered by the Rev. Arthur
A. Zilstra. Rev. Zilstra is the
manager of radio station, HOXO
and is a very interesting and
Following the Thanksgiving
Hour the Church will conduct its
annual conference, during which
time the Youth and Sunday
Council, the Women's Mission Missionary
ary Missionary and the Deaconshlp will
meet in session. Between ses
sions a turkey dinner and eve
ning refreshments will be serv
ed among the members.
The public is cordially Invited
to the Thanksgiving Hour which
will last for one hour.
J. fee. de la On Ave. No. 41
testa Areeemene Ave. ami it
H Street No.
Organizations or large parties ac accommodated
commodated accommodated at Shrapnel's Santa
uara Beach Houses.
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama S-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile pact Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772:
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
GramKeh's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
FOR SAL!; House, Santa Clara
Beach, fully furnished. Retiring.
Sacrifice before January 1957.
FOR SALE: House with 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, ready to occupy Initial
payment, $5000. Phone 3-6411
office hours, residence 3-0434.
PLANNING TO RETIRE IN
FLORIDA? Don't buy in Flori Florida
da Florida until you' have seen the de delightful
lightful delightful city of Clearwater, on
the west coast ef Florida. For in information,
formation, information, write or visit DOUG DOUGLAS
LAS DOUGLAS S. JOHNSTON, with Al.
Hungerford Realty, 1189 N. E.
Cleveland, Clearwater, Florida.
NEW YORK Nnv it mx
The Pilgrims-will land again, but
this time without wnmnn hon5
they have been deemed, too liffi liffi-cult
cult liffi-cult since their "liberation."
Capt. Alan Villiers, 51, who will
puob ine Mayuower II in a re
enactment of the founriincr ratho
voyage to the New World in I62flj
saiu toaay everything would be
the same as it was then except for
"They can talk back to you a
:ou can't handle them," he said.
"In those days women were
chattels and a square rigger mas master
ter master was free to concentrate nn hie
navigating. On the 1 Mayflower II
ii win oe risky enough without
The ship, a replica of the origi
nsl Mayflower, will make the
voyage next April.
Rabbi Witkin To Be
Rnbbi Nathan Witkin will be
guest speaker this morning at
10:30 at the Unitarian Society.
His talk will be entitled "Prom
Adam and Eve to the Present
Day, with an explanation of the
Hebrew calendar year and why
the Jews are in the year 5717.
These will he the nohht wit.
kins first appearance as guest
speaker before the Unitarian So Society
ciety Society since its removal to Its
present location on Anmn Bou
with no sacrifice of
Wc uv inrf
tubes... the tubce
with the Good
CALL PAN. 3-1285
or Night g
Via Espafm ft 4Mb St.
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parque Lefevre 7 Street
Via Poms 111
NOVEOAOES A THIS
Via CspaSa Ave.
MISCELLANEOUS! FOR RENT
ov .ER "A" DIABL0
- 1211 CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
rout Christmas Cards EM EMBOSSED
BOSSED EMBOSSED at the Universal Print Print-ery.
ery. Print-ery. Ave. 5a. 19-40 (near Paul's
I eMHbKBNl if
AGUSTIN ACOSTA, Jr., USARCARIB Engineer Supply Division,
receives a suggestion award certificate and a ten dollar check
from Maj. R. A. Banks, chief of the USARCARIB Supply Divi Division,
sion, Division, in ceremonies held recently in the latter's offices at Co Co-rozal.
rozal. Co-rozal. Acosta designed a mobile cart for use in collecting
waste from receptacles In large offices, cutting down on the
time janitorial personnel require to perform this duty.
(U.S. Army Photo)
ATI ..PEgV I
pBtgf'- jjgggl 1111 WmjLiBBSK
Riley E. Withers buys the first of the Colpan Special
from S. Abbott at the new "Showlot" opening on
See our USED CAR Specials
1951 STUDEBAKER, Club Coupe 275
1953 PONTIAC, Tudor 95
1953 BUICK, Fordor 1195
1953 FORD, Fordor ...1195
1954 CHEVROLET, Fordor ...1295
1955 MERCURY. Tudor, Hardtop 1795
1955 CHEVROLET, Fordor 1695
1956 FORD, Fordor
FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING
FOR RENT: Furnished room in
chalet for tingle person. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. 8th St. Lefevre, No.
45, near Catholic Church. Call
after 5 p.m.
Opening with these
wmmmmmram mm maw
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Jo become Jeack
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER It, 19ft
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SPRINGFIELD, 0. (NEA)-Out
of school for an average of almost
20 years, three Springfield area
housewives are mixing homework
with housework these days to ob obtain
tain obtain elementary teaching certifi
After hearing so much talk a-
bout the nationwide teacher short shortage,
age, shortage, the three decided individually
to do something about it. So
they ve exchanged their aprons
for freshman "beanies."
They are Mrs. Marie Manley ot
Spring'ield, who graduated from
high school 23 years ago; Mrs.
Glenna Bower of New CarHsl, out
of school 22 years, and Mrs. Jun
Kinsler of Springfield, a 1943 hicti
ALL THREE are enrolled in the
Wittenberg College cadet teach teaching
ing teaching program.
"1 knnt hparine so much about
the need for teachers," Mrs. Man
lpv save. "And there I was. sitttnl
at homej bored, with two children
iimMt drawn Sn I decided to dr.
sometning about it and here 1
am." (Mrs. Manley nas a la-year-old
darghter and a 12-year old
The mature "frosn" reaaiiy ad admit
mit admit that they take plenty of raw raw-in
in raw-in fr.im thpir families when thov
don their "beanies" to attend
classes Penalty for not wearing a
v...ia m 0ran nnsp nainted bv
some sharp-eyed Wittenberg sophomore.
All three, nowever, w-iw uuc
Out of school for an average of almost U years each, these three homemakers study ta the
Thomas Memorial Library of Wittenberg College at Sprint Held. Ohio, as they prepare to obtain
From left: Mrs. June lunsier, mrs. uicnna oowvr mo mn.
elementary teaching- certificates.
happy to wear the "bennies" aft
er the nest tew aays oi scnooi
since other freshmen were con
fusing them with instructors and
were asking for advice and regis
WEARING the red and white
"beanies," inscribed with the
class numeral "60," has changed
all thai, they report.
Since classes and study time
take an average of 45 hours a
week, they have found Hut their
housework suffers somewhat.
And Mrs. Kinsler reports on
the detraction of trying tq study
while her 10-year old son. Don Donald,
ald, Donald, watches television.
"And don't think it isn't rough
after n-it doing any studying for 1J
vrars," she declares.
But the trio hope that other
housewives, bored with their dai
ly routines, might want to fottow
their example, since it would
viate America's critical shortage
"YOU HAVE TO make up yon
mind that you really want tOjj
his." advises Mrs. Kinvpr.
would be real easy to go Sack
lust keeping house and to tors
"But this Is what I want."
Clothes that are ready now in New York's current resort and
cruise collections give us a hint of what we'll be wearing next
summer. The slim sheath with pegged skirt (left) is in silk linen,
has softly Moused back. Self-bandings at waist and neckline tie
in bows. Silk print (center) has yellow and green flower on a
white background with knife-pleated skirt propped by its own
petticoat. There's a moulded bodice with wide decollete and a
sash edged in pale green chiffon. High-waisted coat dress (right)
of lilac linen has bodice gathered into self-banding just beneath
the bosom. Front closing has hidden zipper placket. The skirt
Is slim. The line is a gmtly rounded and feminine one in all
of these Larry Aldrich designs.
By GA1LE DUGAS
NEW YORK (NEA) A round rounded
ed rounded and feminine line that retains
the ladylike look it the line that
emerges in the current resort and
These harbingers of the fashions
wp'ii hp wearing next summer
- i i i
aw a continuance oi me sienna
silhouette. But It's slenderness
with a difference. Skirts have
pegged tops that taper in the hem hemline.
line. hemline. The pleated skirt, in many
variations, has a new importance.
Double box pleats are sometimes
shaped with darts for grace in mo motion,
tion, motion, As lor the much discussed long longer
er longer length, It's pretty much confin
ed to afternoon, dinner and eve
ning dresses. These may be ankle
length or 10 inches trom tne tioor.
Oaytime dresses may be an inch
longer but not more.
Many crushed girdles, floaty
scarves and cape collars place em emphasis
phasis emphasis above the waistline. Sleeves
are kept rounded to complete the
rounded, feminine feeling of the silhouette.
Print dresses favor the gentle
colors: pink lilac and soft blue.
Tins sofl look carries on into eve
ning dresses in pastel chiffon, dch
cate shades of mauve, beige, and
pale blue. The crushed girdle is
used for these evening dresses,
too; and- with this wrapped-waist
look joes a skirt that floats.
Corn Fritters Are Fit
Companions Fot Turkey
By GAY NOR MADDOX
, NEA Food and Markets Editor
C?nned corn makes good dishes
to serve with the Thanksgiving
turkey or roast. Here are three
Wfc think will please everyone at
your family harvest feast.
Easy Indian Corn Fritters
(Makes about on down)
One egg, 2 teaspoons granulat granulated
ed granulated sugar, W teaspoon mace, 1
XTi Wi nan whnlr kernel corn,
drained; 1 cup packaged biscuit
mix, about 2 tablespoons miiK,
shortening or salad oil.
In bowl, combine eggs, sugar,
mace, corn, biscuit mix. Add
cnm.Bh milk t.n make a stiff bat
ter. Drop bv. spoonfuls into deep
fat or salad oil. Cook at 375 de degrees
grees degrees F. or until hot enough to
robwn sSdy-6ld cube of bread in
40 seconds. Brain on paper lowei
Corny Corn Muffins
Substitute cream style corn for
milk called Or ona a package ot
corn muffin mix. Bake as direct
ed on the package.
Fast Corn-Spoon Bread
Here's a fast, sure method for
r.-v.n-.rimr that 0 d tamllV 18
vorite: One 8-ounce package
spoon bread mix, Yi no. mm can
stvle corn. V4 cup minced
Follow package directions on
spoon bread mix except substitute
cream style corn for cold milk
called for in recipe. Stir in on onions.
ions. onions. Bake -as package label di directs.
rects. directs. Serve with roast pork, beef
Chopped turkey livers on toast
rounds, roast turkey, chestnut
cHiffino ifihlet craw, old-fash-
ioned cranberry sauce, whipped
nniitot s Indian corn fritters.
white, onions with peas, carrots
with chopped parsley, apple, cel
ery and nut saiao, spiceo. pump
kin pie, cheese, coffee, tea, milk
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By ALICIA HART
WASHINGTON (NEA) -Mrs.
Grace Chow didn't sell me a cent
of life insurance believe it or not.
But this stunning "Mil;ion Dol
lar Lady" sold herself. Sitting in
sunny LaFayette ranc wi;n m e
White House in the background,
she chatted quietly about an ex exciting
citing exciting life that still goes on at full
"THIS IS THE only Mme that 1
haven't sold in my life, iaugnea
m.. rhnw who was in the capi-
tal to attend tne Kawraoi
ni T.if insurance Under
bid nun wi -, .
writers convention. I m taking
t v sha deserves it Is a
gross understatement. In each of
0 U Una mnTn O
the last live years sue n -million
dollars' worth of insurance.
with thP lame success, she also
b'i a i, huihand run a huge
tea business in addition to raising
five children-four gins ana a uy.
,.r mi.uiH ov she expalined.
"I really had to pioneer beacause
. nioe is in the home
according to Chinese tradition.
.. ivl 4t wont nut on the
road to try to talk Chinese people
into Duying insurance, -t
with hostility and suspicion,
especially by men.
There were always questioning
eves," said Mrs. www,
. a .aUc i n iit uiicu a
in U)s rti.Kc - -.7
1 l j m t in a mi v 1 1 uul w
nice Chinese restaurant, And rter
a while. I was not surmised when
the head waiter wouioj ssk me
KThroWe-r would -hoot
questions at me from A to Z.
. ...Mnui')" is one
question Mr, Cho 'J?
ly aSKea. one jt- j.
Lnt tn carry pictures of her five
THE young working homemaker
salting away part of her paychecks
for furniture should view her
mirrhnses with an eve to future
needs no less than present require
riininff-room furniture, for ex
ample, may not seem as important
now as it will wnen you siari rais-
ino 1 farm v and a cozv table lor
two just won't accommodate four
or five. t
I KNOW from experience that
it's a good deal easier to budget
for major items of furniture be before
fore before your full time is devoted to
Buying a handsome buffet may
be shelved as an unaffordable ex extravagance.
travagance. extravagance. But one that is well
styled and well constructed will
more than prove its worth as a de decorative
corative decorative center of interest now and
as a roomy storage piece in years
Reeentlv miblished surveys ot
consumer preferences in home fur furnishings
nishings furnishings report a growing demand
for adaptable dining-room pieces,
contemporary in styie.
I'M NOT SURPRISED. Many
homemakers with whom I ve talk talked
ed talked are in the market for such piec pieces.
es. pieces. These surveys confirm that we
rhairs to double as
occasional living-room chairs stor storage
age storage pieces that can hold a variety
of things, tables that will expand
to seat several persons but which
will not be too big or bulky.
Designers are Keeping pace wun
this demand. To pack a lot of table
into a small space, there are ex-
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l rivll nFFFNSP Mamie Eisenhower.
second from right, examines the shoulder patch of a coverall
for women Civil Defense workers, one ot several new numbers
. previewed irf Washington, D.C. All of the new, smartly styled
uniforms are made of a soft, gray-blue material. From left!:
Lorraine Moritz, Federal Civil Defense Administration secre secretary,
tary, secretary, mpdels a oneipiece CD dress. Daisy McClure, of Rardln,
111., shows off the new coverall. Jean Fuller, of Los Angeles,
Calif., "ctfrertor of women's activities) eers the two pisss
A well-nieh indestructible teethcr
for Baby can be purchased at the
net sunnlv counter of vour neieh-
borhood store. One of the small
rubber bones pups love to chew on
is an ideal addition to caoys col collection
lection collection of munchable-items.
Furnishings which make a charming setting for the entrance to u small apartment will someday
blend In with other pieces in the homemaker's first home of her own. Mahogany chest stop
marble-topped buffet serves for the moment as a Jewel chest but Its felt-lined drawers may(
someday hold silver flatware. Expandable drop-leaf table and comfortable! dining chair an:
styled for both today and tomorrow.
Pioneer In a way of life for
Chinese women is Mrs. Grace
Chow, who has built a million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar place for herself w the
children and her husband howev
"THEY ALWAYS wonder
what a Chines woman was doing
galavanthg around the country by
herself," she says with a laugh.
"But' sometimes I wound up sell selling
ing selling them insurance.
"In the end 1 was ante In nrnvn
that a Chinese woman can be a
good homeniaker. wife and earepr
woman at the same time.
"Luckilv I had a wonderful hus
band who was broad-minded e-
nough to let me go out and do It."
Over 90 per cent of the insur insurance
ance insurance Mrs. Chow writes is for Chi
nese people, and she has been
particularly successful because of
her ability to speak in several Chi Chinese
nese Chinese dialects.
SHE PICKED UP Thpsp PnmnlL
eated language variations during
numerous trips to China when she
and her husband were operating
meir rea ana ginger Business.
Shp mariV Ihp enntapic and train
ed considerable experience selling
I i :
ner ira anu ginger pruaucis.
In fact, in many cities she was
When Baby starts to stand is the
Hmp when most narents begin to
have nightmares about Ba,by fall falling
ing falling over the side of the crib. You'll
sleep better if you've purchased
one of the attachments now avail
able which fasten to the top bar of
a crib. In effect, it raises the side
the better part of a foot for safe safety
ty safety sake.
Right now, root out the boots
and pa ins hps vou boueht for Baby
last year. It's 10-to-one that
they'll no longer fit. Replace them
before winter gets in us nrsi wg
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE control him Is exposed in the acute-
ness of her disappointment vnen vnen-SOMETIMES
SOMETIMES vnen-SOMETIMES Mrs. Boyd's son, lever he makes a decision the
no- f Aniinao ipts fivp davs co 'doesn't like when he spends a
a year. Mattres s should never known fls lhe ..Ginger Lad
be beaten with a rug oeaier ana 1Iard times came when World
War II cut down on imports from
China, so Mrs. Chow went into
insurance to keep the family and
i i t ai i
Busings out oi me reu.
Now she's called the "Million
Innpr.cnrinp- mattresse.. snOUlU
never be rolled or bent.
When you're buying a carpet or
rug, pick, a color that will fit. in
with your draperies and upholste
ry. If ou choose a rug with a
prominent desi"i, the rest of the
.-m should be in plain colors in
order to avoid a busy effect..
Is she ever planning to quit?
"I don't think I'm the retiring
kind. she savs with a gleam in
jher dark eyes. "As long as 1m
hejutny and strong in Keep at in
tension tables (many with rounded
corners), drop-leaf tables, oval
tables that open out to seal eigni.
10, but which retain a graceful,
light scaled appearance.
Clean-lined outlets can lane over
a place in foyer, living room or din dining
ing dining room and they have a surpris surprising
ing surprising amount of storage space.
One buffet that comes to mind
wraps up as many answers to re requests
quests requests as possible in one piece.
Finished in the highly favored
spice beige mahogany, ihe top
(optional) is a gleaming siaD ot
t.ravprt.inp marble which looks opu
lent and is practically indestructible.
the SIMPLE LINES are soften
ed by curved drawer fronts. These
double as finger pulls to eliminate
the usual hardware.
Drawer interiors are lined with
white plastic and the sliding cane
doors conceal open storage for bul
This particular Dunei is one oi
a collection of travertine marble marble-topped
topped marble-topped tables and chests which are
priced in the medium range and
look like much more expensive li
An adaptable accessory that ap appears
pears appears in this collection as well as
others is the modern version oi wie
A TINY, two-drawer chest m
matching mahogany is lined in felt
to protect jewels orTlatware.
So adaptable in design has much
of the new dining-room furniture
become that it's quite Possible to
mix chairs and tables instead of
clinging to a matched set,
Modern, bl a c k Italian chairs
made by one company, for example,
can be pulled up in style to the
beiee-toned Italian provincial table
of another manufacturer. ,;
7Ae Plafote Pamt
by without writing her. Then 3he
writes him like this: "uarnng nuss
Is something wrong? If so, let
Mother know, it's a weex since i
heard from you. Last night I nev
er closed my eyes, worrying aooui
whether you were an rigni ...
Thic Ipftpr will stimulate Russ s
sense of obligation to his mother.
It. will make her unnecessary, seii seii-imposed
imposed seii-imposed insomnia seem to be his
fault. Hp will not think. "Nonsense.
I owe Mother nothing for her deci
sion to stay awake all nignt. u was
foolish, putting no joy in my heart,
no money in my bank account."
Russ, just as his mother wishes
him to, will accept her sleepless
night as a favor to him.
MRS. BOYD is a mother who us
es suffering to control ner cnu-
dren. Her "worry over Russ is a
carefully calculated exchange of
suffering for his submission to her.
She hasn't any idea that his is
true. She doesn't know that she
suffers over him to make if impos impossible
sible impossible for him to ever say. "No,
But the strength of her wish to
weekend with his roomate's fami
ly instead of coming home; when
his letters are snort, not reporting
all his doings; when he shuts the
hall door on telephone conversa
tions with girls.
AT t.hpsp efforts nf Russ to gam
some control of his own life,' his
mother feels exactly nice a cneai cneai-ed
ed cneai-ed tradesman whose customer has
refused to pay his bill.
Is it her wish to dominate him
that makes her dangerous?
No. Most of us "sacrmce so
much more for children than we
want, tn that the wish for a com
pensating control of their lives is
almost inevitable, no wnat manes
Mrs. Boyd's Wish so deadly is the
appearance of devotion she gives
it. She wants not only to dominate;
but to do it in the religious glow ol
the saint's stained glass window.
I is verv hard for sons to secure
manhood from mothers who dis
guise their domination as goodness
and suffering. People who are con concerned
cerned concerned for the manhood of Ameri
can boys get furious at mothers
like Mrs. Boyd,. .rimti v,
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A new cashmere for the holidays has an empire feeling in tha
wide band of ribbing for the midriff. The deep V neckline Is
formed bv overlapping bands of self-cashmere. This Is a Hadley
design, Bv GAII.E DUGAS, ftEA Women's Editor.
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CAN FILL WLIR NEEDS!
J W .?0 1956
6 Pitt rriO Mkhiiait
49 Notre Dame 21 Illinois .
26 N. Carolina 14 Wisconsin
13 S. Carolina .13 Yale
13 Maryland ... 0 Prince!
42 Minnesota . 14
20 Mich. State 13
0 Army ..... 7 Indiana
I Exile Begs Mercy For Child
Still In Red-Locked Romania
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Nov
17 (jjp) A young mother who
fled the Romanian embassy with
her family appealed today for mer
cy for an 11-year-old daughter still
in Communist hands in Komania.
Mr. and Mrs. George Coman and
their two boys were granted poli
tical asylum by the Argentine gov government
ernment government and placed under protec protective
tive protective custody. But fear that her
daughter, Maria, in Bucharest
would suffer for their action was
uppermost in Mrs. Coman's mind.
"Don't let them do anything to
fcer," she pleaded tearfully with
Argentine authorities, "Please get
Romanian embassy officials re re-eantured
eantured re-eantured Mrs. George Coman and
her younger son in a vain attempt
to use them as hostages after the
family had made one break for
The break came while Coman,
his wife, and their two children
were being escorted from the em embassy
bassy embassy to drive to the airport to be
returned to their Communist-dominated
homeland. Coman, an em embassy
bassy embassy chauffeur, had been convict convicted
ed convicted by a Communist kangeroo court
of becoming "too middle-class" and
Coman, pulled pistol which he
had slipped from the Romanian
minister's desk and started to run
with his four-year-old son Gig to toward
ward toward a policeman. He shouted to
his wife to follow with nine-months
Their cries and struggles against
the Communist escort brought po police,
lice, police, and huge crowd of Argentines,
on the run.
While the police asked questions,
a Romanian official darted from
the embassy, grabbed the baby
from Mrs. Coman's arms and ran
back inside. A few minutes later,
a maid f.ppeared and seemed to
offer the baby back. Mrs. Coman
moved toward the embassy doors
nd men leaped out and dragged
her screaming inside.
For Army; 54,320 Set
For Dec. 31 Quarter
Inlisted promotion allocations
are new being made by Depart Department
ment Department of the Army en a quar quarterly
terly quarterly basis Instead of a monthly
basis with 54,320 allocations
made Army-wide for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the quarter ending
The November-December alloca allocation
tion allocation has been received in the US US-ARCARIB
ARCARIB US-ARCARIB Command. Plans for
relocation to subordinate units
have not been complted. Alloca
tions may either be made on a
monthly or Quarterly basis or a
combination of monthly and quar
The auarterlv allocation by De
partment of the Army will give
this and outer suDorainaie com commands
mands commands greater leeway in promo promotion
tion promotion policlea since, under the Da
monthly allocation, unused vacan
cies had to be returned each
The change in allocation pro procedure
cedure procedure does net mean that there
will be a greater number of en enlisted
listed enlisted promotions.
The advantage to enlisted men
is that those eligible may tet their
tripes, and the corresponding pay
increase, earlier instead of having
to wait two months for an auoca
The new procedure resembles
the monthly allocation in that com
mands will not be .permitted to
'stockpile" enlisted promotion a!
lotments. Unused portions of quo
taa still must be returned to De
partment of the Army at the end
of the allocation period.
The next quarterly allocation
win be made for the period Jan
Thank You. Pupils,
For Friend Lunches
To Spanish Schools
MADRID, Nov. 17 (UP) The
school children of Spain yesterday
said "thank you" to the United
States for its massive, friend-making
free lunch program here.
Twenty beaming children, repre representing
senting representing the more than two million
Spanish children that receive the
daily free lunch, presented 50 al albums
bums albums depicting Spanish life to U.S.
ambassador John Davis Lodge.
The leather-bound, hand illu illu-frated
frated illu-frated albums, made by Spanish
chool children, will be tent to
he governors ef the 41 states, the
District ef Columbia and the Na National
tional National Welfare Council which ad administers
ministers administers the program here.
Lodge said the free lunch
cheese, milk and butter is giv given
en given daily to 2,100,000 Spanish chif chif-dren
dren chif-dren in 52,000 schools.
The total aid program costs but
$35,000,000 dollars a year and con consists
sists consists of 70,000 tons of food. The
food not used in the free lunch
program, Lodge noted, is distri distributed
buted distributed to the poor in 11,000 Spanish
parishes and in 6,000 Institutions.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19
A short while later, she climbed
onto a second-story window edge
and clung there until rescued by
The Argentine government de demanded
manded demanded and won release of the
baby on grounds he was an Argen
tine citizen because he was born
Hundreds of Argentines cheered
the rescue of Mrs. Coman, whose
attempted kidnapping and escape
was reminiscent of the case of Mrs
Oksana Kasenkina, the Soviet
schoolteacher who leaped to free
dom from a window in the Soviet
consulate in New York in 1948.
They cheered again when the
baby was carried out in the arms
of an Argentine foreign ministry
ALFRED i MADURO
Alfred Maduro, well-known
Panama City businessman, died
Friday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock
In Gorgas Hospital where he was
admitted November 14. He was
68 years old.
Mr. Maduro Was born in Paris,
France, and came to Panama in
his youth. He established his
nome and business here.
At tne time of his death he
was president of Lindo and Ma Maduro,
duro, Maduro, S.A., and director of the
Compafiia General de Seguros,
8.A., Compafiia Istmefia de Se Seguros
guros Seguros and Banco General, S.A.
Hilda Lindo de Maduro, his chil children,
dren, children, Mr. and Mrs. David m
Leonard, of New York, and Mr
and Mrs. Oswald Maduro, of
Panama, and five grand-children:
Anita and Michael Leon Leonard
ard Leonard and Cecilia, Alfredo and
tffifZL"'? "w0! held
at the Gorgas Hospital Chanel
nmn0ILw at 10 a.m. Rabbi fi-
than Witkin and Alfredo Melha-
do will conduct the services
aoTY:. V JP)
wetfand r n m ?aves thJs
rSif. W a vacation in the
knSSSj atl0n un-
A premised statement from
the defeated Presidential candU
oievensorrs press secretary
thofdayv.folloiwln the election
fnVthCh. a s4tatei"ent would be
forthcoming in a few days."
Aides now say Steyenson will
not make the announcement fin fin-til
til fin-til he returns from his vacation
-t!L'e?pe3ed to sPend about
wn. imnung and resting.
ghES far jEflBl IS
NEW TOP MAN Prince Wan Waithayakon, Minister of For Foreign
eign Foreign Affairs of Thailand, is shown with his daughter, Prin Princess
cess Princess Wiam Worawam, at the United Nations Building in
New York. The Prince, 65, was unanimously elected President
of the General Assembly, succeeding Or. Jose Maaaa, of Chile.
The Princess serves as her father's personal secretary.
Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
VIENNA. Nov.! 17 (UP) Re
bellious Hungarian workers again
defied Communist orders and re
fused to end their general strike.
They continued to demand, inform informed
ed informed sources report, the withdrawal
of Red army unite.
The report followed an earlier
report that three days of talks
between Polish and Soviet leaders
arevepecteq 10 ena uus aiieinuun
with the signing of a joint com
munique and a gala reception at
But, in Hungary the Soviet-spon
sored government of puppet Prem Premier
ier Premier Jano Kadar urged workers to
20 back to their jobs. The plea was
backed by an order from part of
the Central Workers' Council of
However, hours after the back-
to-work call became effective at 7
a.m.. Communist controlled Buda
pest radio continued broadcasting
frantic appeals to strikers. This
indicated clearly, even if some had
gone back to their jobs, there still
was no general wont resumption.
The Polish and Russians met
twice yesterday for their discus discussion
sion discussion and at length where leaders
nf earh side stressed the desire-
bilitv of Polish-Soviet friendship.
Russia has ottered roianu uue
million tons of wheat to toresian
acceptance of agriculture aid any anywhere
where anywhere else, the British said.
The first shipment ot ine soviet
tfram actually reacnw we
t pr station 01 rzeszo uun "j-
ago, the sources said, in an ap
parent indication of advance agree
ment in principle.
To Visit CZone
An nlrl tlmer-of the Panama
Canal construction days is ex- resigned Polish defense chief Kons Kons-nptpx
nptpx Kons-nptpx tn return to the Isthmus tantinro Sovsky will become com-
this weekend for a brief visit
oftor hPincr awav for the past.
40 years I
He is Martin A. Schwalenberg,
who was employed as a boiler-1
maker and shipfitter from 1908,
until 1916, He is accompanied by
his wife. Mr. Scnwaiennerg was
employed by Bethlehem Steel
Company in Baltimore, Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, after leaving the Canal
service and has now retired from
He and Mrs. Schwalenberg are
expected to arrive on the United
Fruit steamer Junior from New
Easy Army Workload On Holidays
Announced: Will Work Half Day
Servicemen and civilian employ
es of the UUAKl,Amo ivmnianu
during the 1956 Thanksgiving- and
Christmas holidays nave Deen giv given
en given a liberal pass and leave policy
and 17 days of reduced work
The 1954 holidah leave policy
was outlined in a letter publish published
ed published bv the USARCARIB Head-
auarters yesterday in which i t
wa directed that the command
will observe legal holidays on
Thanksgiving Day, November 22,
Christmas Day, December 25,
and New Year'e Day, January 1,
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1956
Russia Agree, To
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RAISE FREE HUNGARIAN FLAG The flag- of Free Hungary Is raised by an Australian hon honor
or honor guard at Olympic Village in MelbOrune, Australia, as Hungarians Sports Minister Gyuia
Hegyi, left,, and the Hungarian Olympic team in back ground, stand at attention. Hsgyl beg begged
ged begged his government to supply the team members with news about the fate of relatives.
Poland had signified urcent need
for 1,200,000 tons of wheat.
And persistent rumors were
heard in diplomatic circles that
mander-in-chief of the Warsaw Pact
Communist defense alliance.
ln Czechoslovakia, Communist
spokesmen admitted that Red labor
leaders have lost contact with the
monin apopcKy, a nea union
chief, declared in a labor union
congress which opened in Prague
yesterday that the establishment
of a mammoth union has led to a
flight from responsibility and the
loss of contact between leading
unionairc:; and the masses of
Western anger at Soviet mass
murder" in Hungary and the de
The letter suspends normal train
ing for military personnel during
the Thanksgiving and Christmas-
New Year holiday periods but di
rects sub-ordinated commanders to
be prepared at all times to "im
mediately execute their assigned
The letter authorizes "a liberal
leave and pass policy for Friday,
November 23, and the week-end fol
lowing" by commanders and sec section
tion section chiefs for all personnel as long
as "minimum operational require
ments are met.
During the period December 17-
January 2, units of USARCARIB
will operate on a reduced schedule.
Exclusive of holidays, military
personnel will work from 7:30 a.
m. until noon under this schedule.
A duty officer and a dutv NCO
would be required to be present for
duty within each staff section and
organization froml p.m. until 4:30
p.m. during the period covered by
the reduced schedule. This also ex
Administrative and current oper
ational missions will continue with without
out without change during the holiday peri periods.
ods. periods. In troop units, morning hours
will be devoted to organized ath athletics
letics athletics and similar controlled re recreation
creation recreation pursuits. However, all
headquarters will be manned with
sufficient staffs to conduct essen essential
tial essential businen.
Leaves and passes my be grant granted
ed granted under the provisions of Mem Memorandum
orandum Memorandum 37, USARCARIB, as is
consistent with the holiday policy
described in the letter published
In the letter, USARCARIB au authorizes
thorizes authorizes for civilians a "liberal
leave policy" consistent with duty
requirements ot the staff sections
and units. Annual leave, or leave
without pay for employes without
annual leuve, will be granted in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the provisions of
Civilian Personnel Bulletin No. 23.
Members of the Antilles and Puer
to Rican Command, the military
missions and the MAAGs will be
given holiday regulations as pres prescribed
cribed prescribed by the commanding general
and the chiefs of the military mis missions
sions missions and MAAGs respectively
within the limits of rjerttaent regulations.
portation of thousands of young
men to Siberia neared the boiling
point in the UN.
EmllioJJunez-Portuondo, bead of
the Cuban delegation, said he will
introduce a resolution in the United
Nations general assembly Monday
charging the Soviet Union with
genocide (mass murder) and de demanding
manding demanding the Soviets stop herding
free Hungarians to Siberia in re retaliation
taliation retaliation for the Hungarian up uprising.
rising. uprising. Acting Secretary of State Her Herbert
bert Herbert Hoover, Jr., gave U. S. ap approval
proval approval of the Cuban effort yester yesterday
day yesterday and said the United States
Two Soldiers Okay
Resting At Homes
Two Fort Kobbe soldiers were air
evacuated to the Canal Zone from
Darlen country Friday after suf suffering
fering suffering injuries while assisting the
panen subcommittee In search
ing for a route for the Pan Amer
The two men were Sergeant
First Class R. L. Simmerson and
Sergeant James J. Hauser,
both of Intelligence and Recon Recon-naisance
naisance Recon-naisance platoon, 20th Infantry
Simmerson was injured when
he struck himself on the knee with
a machete while slashing1 hi? way
through the jungle early Thursday
morning. Hauser cut his left foot
with an axe while felling a tree
to clear an area for a helicopter
landing from which Simmerson
was to be evacuated.
Neither of the men were seri seriously
ously seriously injured and both are
spending the week-end with their
families at Fort Kobbe.
The two men were members of
a grout of Fort Kobbe soldiers
who for the last three months
have been assisting the Darien
Subcommittee in their search for
a possible route for the comple completion
tion completion df the Pan-American highway.
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VISITING TIME Senate Democratic leader Lyndon B. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, left, conferred at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington
with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles who Is recuperat recuperating
ing recuperating from an intestinal operation.
would "fully support" U.K. action
if the Soviets send volunteers
the Middle East.
For Addresses Here
Robert J. Rhlnehart, Presi President
dent President of the National Society of
Professional Engineers, will visit
the Isthmus late' this month at
t.ho invit.Qtlnn nf t.hi Pa n n I
Zone Board of Registration for
Architects and Engineers. He
will be accompanied by his wife.
Rhinehart, who comes from
Pine Rluff Arkansas. anH is
division superintendent for the
Arkansas Power & Light Com Company,
pany, Company, will arrive here early
November 26. He will speak
that night at the monthly
meeting of the Panama Chap Chapter
ter Chapter of the American Society of
Invitations to the meeting are
being issued to all architectural
and engineering societies on the
A full schedule has been ar
ranged for the visitors, includ including
ing including a trip to Miraf lores Locks
and a transit of Gaillard Cut.
The Rhineharts will remain here
for five days.
The towns of Paraiso and Dia Diablo
blo Diablo will hold their monthly Civil
Defense meetings on Monday
and Wednesday, November 19
and 21 respectively. The ladies
of Paraiso will meet at thjn-Pty.
Krhnnl at T-in n m or,H the
dies of Diablo will meet at the
Service Center at 9:30 a.m.
All members of the townsites1
Civil Defense Volunteer Corns
are urged to attend as there will
be a critique on the JACKPOT
V exercise held last month.
The general public is invited
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THE STORY: Franjc Ude and Jean ride back
into Jean's Rafter Ranch to find the log house
burning. The fire, set by the Norring hoodlums, is
put under control before it spreads to the bam and
bunkhouse, and, as Jean watches the dying flames,
Frank realizes he loves her. Meanwhile, Norring and
Milo plan their next move.
MILO HACKETT felt freer and
took a deep satisfying breath. Itf
had been a pretty strong order for
Norring to give. It was an out-ana-j
out order for murder.
Norring had pulled on h i s
wide-brimmed black hat. He was
at the door when Milo asked flat
ly: "What do you want me to do
Norring gave him a close and
callous look across his snouicier.,
"I want you to get Ude. That's the!
important thing. If mean-time, you
ijmd Chantry tell him to look in
at his office. About Yates he de-,
serves the same as Ude.'
mho smiiea as iNorring wamea
off toward Chantry's office. Milo's
luck was changing. He had it all
dished out the way he wanted.
The order to kill Frank Ude was
seconded in importance .by his
boss' remarks about Yates. Mile
had been given a free hand in
both instances. Yates was here in
Cashtbwn now, and would warrant
Norring, meantime, arrived at
Chantry s office without finding
trace of the sheriff. He was de determined
termined determined this time he'd wait for
Lew Chantry until he returned.
He was still smiling as he reach reached
ed reached for the bracket lantern and
rubbed a match across his pants.
He felt this pleasure ru n
through his veins warm and full
and then his concentration sharp sharpened.
ened. sharpened. He'd been in this office
twice before, and twice tonight
ne a missed it. blowly he reached
out a hand and touched the knife
that Chantry had tipped into his
scarred desk top. His fingers ran
up and down the hard butcher's
c h covering the handle. His
nml ran across the blade s
, ling it razor keen. There
n the famt letter R sorawl-
ea i !e blade s onttosite aide
which settled t he issue in Nor-
This was the skinning knife
Mil6"Tiad hrbtight back earlier in
the week. He had tossed it arro
gantly onto Norrmg's desk, hi
ace wearing an insolent leer as
Steve let his eyes lift. Hackett
was as vain as the oldtime trap trappers
pers trappers and must lift a scalp when
ne counted coup. The knife had
been brought m as proof that
Rambaut was dead.
Hackett had later passed the
along to the rniistahnuf;
rranlt Ude had killed this evening.
me man naan i usea a knife on
Ude, though he had been told to
Certain facts of Lew
recent behavior returned to mem
ory. He read Chantrv to he wnr-
ried worried over more and deeri deeri-er
er deeri-er matters than Yates beine hid
den in this town. He was sure the
man Ude had kHled had had trou trouble
ble trouble with Chantry, had probably
thrown the knife and Lew Chantr Chantr-had
had Chantr-had saved it. The weapon bearing
the initial of a dead man, beint
thrown at his belly, would have a
morbid fascination for the lav-
A SUDDEN idea came to him
There was a small flat-rfmfeH at)
ble behind the jail where the law
man Kept his horse. If the anim
was gone he would know for c
tain Chantry was not in Cashtow
He walked out, still carrying t
knife between his fingers, cros
the plankwalk and ran to the s'
ble in the rear. The rusty do
squealed in opening. With a h
now trembling he scratched
match. The flame went out almr
as quickly as it had appeared. P
Norring knew now. The sfall wa
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THE PASSIONATE TALE OF THE WOMAN WHO KNEW
GLAMOUR BEFORE THE WORD EXISTED
MAGIC LOVE!... THRILLING SPECTACLE I...
Ricardo MONTALBAN Tamara LEES in
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Lily had been unable to sleep.
Prowling through the empty hotel
corridor she had seen Norring
stalking toward the lower end of
jshe blamed Norring now for
Rambaut's death; she blamed him
for the despondent mood that grip
ped her. As he disappeared down
block she wheeled, strangely so
ber, and headed back to her sit
ting room. She put her dark cloak
over the white dress she wore.
men she paused beside a smal,
hand-carved mahogany box on
her table. From this she drew a
.41 caliber derringer and slipped
it into the the slash pocket of her
cloak. She hurried rapidly out
uirougn me nan way.
she saw Norrine backino tmm
Lew Chantry's office.
She must reach Norring some somehow.
how. somehow. She was going to kill him! At
once feline slyness crept into hef
Steve, where' are
. There was unmistakable relief
in NornnB's answer "u.. t h
His hand reachm! nnf c.
ly. He froze this way with his fin-
Mil empty, a solitary shot
sounded from uptown. It would be
.oribm House- Tfte courtyard.
What was that, Steve"
liis fingers funbleri thnn.. u.
tcZ Mound Jt he reached ot
touching the rraioh vj ....
yard from him. He told her nir:
iv. That was nrnhahiv nhi- rii
and Jonathan Vat '.J
She fired the Derringer and miss-
at him. His. mind suu"1.r ed e?
shna warning: Therewwere prob-
ond shot at any Boment igf )
ond "snnt "??'.'. Lp5tln.
ing beneath him
hand from the
He withdrew his
If eli.H.J X-
littered t.h.0ne nee on th
ihi l stabIe floor. striking his
third match. He shook it swiftlv
foUrmeLStdead m"th had been
formed into a smile
Up By Navy Bases
On Ship Movements
Dp l nr -..
'UP) The R' I H NV' 17
veil ii e N,vy has tnrwn a
vLLMCrecy over Poetically all
varship maneuvers in the Pacific
vlt T?el have b" moving
?nc 2rd '? comPance with d
nse department orders to tighten
the nation's defenses.
Pearl Harbor officials announc announc-1
1 announc-1 yesterday that thev will no long long-r
r long-r issue advance inform ation on
pments in and out of this big
"We can't tell you anything a a-ut
ut a-ut arrivals until the shins av
tually in port," the spokesman
d. And then we can't tell you
Some ships now are comintf
nigh on classified movements,''
said. "This involves, of course,
veil of secrecy."
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