The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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NEW
AN INDEPENDENT MUti
DAILY NEWSPAPER
One Plane All Hie Way
anama Ammcatt
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
and EASTERN Air Lines
S2nd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1956
FITI CENT!

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BPowsAy thank vwl

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COMMUNITY

DRIVE IS 'WAY OVER TOP
i
The most successful Canal Zone Community Chest appeal for funds on record comes to a
rinse tomorrow with contributions already on hand guaranteeing the largest number of indivi individual
dual individual ctono ever to participate in a Chest Campaign, the highest total dollars, and more than 110
wt.?iAhioiilihlnftai'ommunitT Chest appeal following the large war-years fund-raisin

.H.ai. i,M.Iu in $37,200 has a

bv $4000 a figure which is expected to be dwarfed when final tabulations for the 1956 drive are
available' after the official close Tuesday.

With reports on every division
of the current campaign incom incomplete
plete incomplete Monday as additional gifts
continued to be received, total
contributions at the Campaign
Office in the Credit. Union
building: at Balboa amounted to
$38,646.58 in cash and pledges,
aimost 111 per centof the mini minimum
mum minimum $35,000 goal sit at the be beginning
ginning beginning of the drive on October
28 :i
Overall results of the united
appeal for funds fr 14 organ organizations
izations organizations were considered as a
further impressive egression of
the cornmunity's desire for a
single united drive Jii 1947
While everv division of the
Community Chest campaign
met its individual: goal, the
mnit outstanding effort was
among the employes of the
Panama Canal Company-Canal
Eone Government where 10,553
emoloveG, 86.9 per cent of the
possible 12,145, shared in sup supporting
porting supporting the service! of the 14
Red Feather organizations. Con
tributing through some 580 K.ey
Men in the recently formed
finvwnnr' Council 'For Volun
tary Giving, Company -Government
personnel have given $21,-
793.96 so far. Final returns irom
throughout the organization will
not be available until later in
Admiral Atkeson
To Review ROTC
The next review of.-the Balboa
High School ROTC unit win be
held at 9:15 a.m. on- Wednesday.
The ceremony will honor Admiral
C. L C. Atkeson, Commandant of
tne lain naval District, and will
be held in the area immediately in
front oi the Fa stlich little league
baseball park instead of Balboa
Stadium. Parking facilities are a-
vailable next to the little league
stadium off Gaulard Highway. As
usual, parents of cadets and the
public are invited to attend the re-
viewu

the Jnitedy

fSJ CHEST
campaign been so successful.
the week.
In 14 Company-Government
units every employe contributed
some amount to establish 100
per cent records: Office of the
Governor-President, Internal Se Security,
curity, Security, Office of the Comptrol Comptroller,
ler, Comptroller, Budget and Rates Division,
Claims Branch, Internal Audit
Branch, Treasurer's Office, Of Office
fice Office of the Director of the Ma Marine
rine Marine Bureau, Office of the Di Director
rector Director of the Supply and Em Employe
ploye Employe Service 'Bureau, Office of
the Director of the Engineering
and Construction Bureau, Office
of the Director of the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureau, Division of Pre Preventive
ventive Preventive Medicine and Quaran Quarantine,
tine, Quarantine, Division of Sanitation, and
Division of Veterinary Medicine.
An additional $52 was receiv received
ed received from the District Court
where to date 87 per cent of the
Court's personnel have made a
contribution.
Other returns 50 far show a
gift of $443 from the benefit
Athletic Clnb vs. Rams foot football
ball football fame held at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Nov. 12; $50 from the
employes ef the Civil Aero Aeronautic
nautic Aeronautic Administration on the
Isthmus; and eight more
"Special Gifts": Wilfred &
McKay employes, $28; A. A.
Gircle, $8; Swift and Compa Company,
ny, Company, y:5; All-American Cable Cable-Radio
Radio Cable-Radio Employes, $11.75; Na Navarro
varro Navarro v MacMurray, $10; Pan Panama
ama Panama Agncies, $50; Cerveceria
National, $75; and Blok Agen Agencies,
cies, Agencies, S10.
The amount received through
the coin collection banks placed
in all Ganal Zone school rooms
advanced to $980.82 upon re
ceipt of a letter from Virginia
Reynolds as Chairman of the
Ctudent Association Drive en enclosing
closing enclosing $93.12 from the Balboa
High ochool students "who con considered
sidered considered it a privilege to partici participate."
pate." participate." Contributions of military
personnel to the Campaign
stand at $1,20$ from the 15th
Naval District; $8,290 from

BURSTING;

The 1947 goal was oversubscribed
U.S. Army Caribbean; and $2, $2,-530
530 $2,-530 from U.8. Air Force Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. Individuals and business firms
that have not yet made a con contribution
tribution contribution and would like to
share in making it possible for
the 14 Chest organizations to
extend their services to the
community during the coming
year are invited to send their
donations of any amount to the
Campaign Office in the Credit
Union building or to Drawer D,
Balboa.
The 14 organizations which
rely upon Community Chest fin
ancial support are the Balboa
YMCA-USO; Boy Scouts of
America; Congress of Latin
American Civic Councils; Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal Hospital Occupational Ther
apy and Recreational Fund;
CristobalrMargarlta Civic Coun
cil; Cristobal YMCA-USO; Girls
Scouts of the U.S.A.; Interna International
tional International Boy Scouts; International
Girl Scouts; Jewish Welfare
Board-USO; Pacific Civic Coun Council;
cil; Council; Salvation Army; Summer
Recreation Board, Latin Amer
ican Communities: Summer Re
creation Board, U.S.- Communi Communities.
ties. Communities. SHAPE Denies
Russian Charge
On War Games
PARIS, Nov. 19 (UP)
A spokesman for Supreme Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Allied Powers Europe
(SHAPE) denied today Radio Mos Moscow
cow Moscow reports the western navies
were carrying out major war
games in the Mediterranean.
He said there had been large large-scale
scale large-scale naval activity in eastern Me Mediterraneana
diterraneana Mediterraneana reference to the
French-British landing in Egypt.
"But the last North Atlantic
Treaty powers' naval maneuvers
were carried out last April,"
spokesman said.
the

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!3'2-Ton
Machine Part
Is Flown Here
A portion of a 20-ton crank crankshaft,
shaft, crankshaft, believed to be the larg largest
est largest piece of machinery ever
arilifted to Tocumen airport, i
arrived from the States yes yesterday
terday yesterday aboard a chartered
plane.
It was a snare Dart for the
Liberian freighter Union Metro-
pole, a ,5,00-ton vessel bound
lrom Baltimore to Japan with
a cargo of coal.
The ship belongs to Interna
tional Union Lines. Ltd.. nf
Hong Kong. Both master and
crew are Cninese.
Bad weather southbound de
veloped unforeseen wear and
pitting of the freighter's crank crankshaft
shaft crankshaft by the time she reached
Cristobal.
Faced with the cost and delay
of having the big drydock re re-commissioned
commissioned re-commissioned at Balboa and a
repair job done there, or flying
in a new crankshaft, owners de decided
cided decided on the latter.
The piece of machinery
weigning 13 3 tons, arived at
Tocumen aboard a DC-6 at
2:45 p.m. Panama shipping
agent Peter Blok was on hand
to expedite the ticklish busi business
ness business of unloading.
Tocumen's biggest crane Is of
only 10-ton capacity. For a time
observers said it almost seemed
as if it would be unable to nan
die a V2 ton overload.
But Dy using rollers, ingenul
ty, pushing and tugging the
crankcase was finally inched
a trailer of Terminales'
a. me job took
r a cautious drlv
Traps Isthmian Highway?
tie part was delivered early
this morning to the Cristobal
shops of the Industrial Division.
The second part, which ar arrived
rived arrived aboard a second plane,
came easier. It weighed only
6-4 tons, and took a mere
three hours to unload. It, too,
made a safe Isthmian cross crossing.
ing. crossing. This morning, a spokesman
for the agent, Fenton Company,
said he expected repairs to the
vessel would take about two
weeks, instead of the projected
four weeks had she had to re request
quest request reactivation of the big
Balboa drydock for a regrinding
and repair jod.
Civic Council Confab
Set Wednesday
The monthly conference of the
Latin American Civic Colncil re
presentatives with the governor
will be hem this month at the La
Boca school study hall. The meet
ing is scheduled to begin at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
The newly elected Presidents of
the various Civic Councils as well
as the conference representatives
from the Councils will attend the
November conference with officrs
now serving.
Several subjects of general in
terest are on the agenda for the
November conference, and a Targe
audince is expectd to attend.
Among the topics listed for dis discussion
cussion discussion art: Ambulance service
for Santa Cruz and Gamboa; e
panting schedule of La B o e a
Service Center; unpavod base basements
ments basements at Santa Crux and Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City houses; school bus
service to Pacific tide commu communities;
nities; communities; distribution of Christmas
trees this year; distribution of
Canal Zone mail; but service on
Trinidad Street in La Boca; and
sidewalk improvements in Rain- j
bow City.
Congressional

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Targets: Playboys, the Retired, and Stockplayers

WASHINGTON, Nov. ltMUP) -Congressional
tax writers today
began scrutinizing a list of "tax
loopholes" to determine whether
they should be plugged next year.
The study was started by a sev
en-man House Ways and Means
subcommittee headed by Rep. Wii,
pur D. Mills (D.-Ark). The group
opened two weeks of public hear hearings
ings hearings on 85 proposed tax changes
suggested by treasury department
and Congressional staff tax ex
perts, i
If enacted, the proposed revi
sions would eliminate some of the
i special tax relief gimmicks now
available to various groups of tax-,

Xmas

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STRIKE HITS WATERFRONT A lone picket is on hand as
the Italian liner Saturnia docks in New York. The more than
1,000 passengers aboard the ship had to struggle with their
baggage as 60,000 members of the International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's Association wept op strike. The walkout tied up New
York and every other major port on the Atlantic and Gulf
Coasts.

Mercy Killing Is Advocated To Ike
But Just For Thanksgiving Period

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP) -A
Reno, Nev., man has called on
President Eisenhower to "lead the
natioq in a humane thanksgiving"
turkey m a a-
Wr. Eisenhower Will rejBve a
live 40 pound tolkey in Jii' Whife
House rose garden todajfTrom re
presentatives of the poultry and
egg national board and the Na National
tional National Turkey Federation.
The turkey is a broad breasted
bronze torn. It was raised, espe
cially for the President by J. Ar-
3863 Paid Visits
To CZ Elementary
Schools On Friday
A bumper crop of 3863 parents
and friends visited tne uanai
Zone elementary scnoois on
both sides of the Isthmus Fri
day, according to figures releas released
ed released today by the Division of
Schools.
It was one of the most suc successful
cessful successful visitor's days that the
elementary schools had experi experienced
enced experienced in several years.
Balboa elementarv school, with
almost 1000 students had the
largest number of callers Fri Friday.
day. Friday. The number of visitors who
signed the guest book at the
school entrance totaled 802. The
Latin American elementary
schools registered a total of 570
visitors. f."
a rerwrl number of narents
and other interested adults also
visited the Canal Zone second secondary
ary secondary schools Thursday. After the
total court was made, it was
estimated that 1086 persons had
inspected the classrooms on both
sides of the isthmus at some
tlfn.e during the day.
Visitors' days in the Canal
Zone schools are set aside each
year as part of the observance
of American Education Week.
Cutpurses Plan
payers. These groups include, a a-mong
mong a-mong others:
Retired couples living in the
eight "community property"
states. One unintended result of
the 1954 tax law permits some of
these couple with moderate or
large incomes to knock as much
as $240 a year off the federal in income
come income taxes they would have to
pay if they lived in any of the
other 40' states.
The "community property"
states are California, Louisiana,
Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, New
Mexico, Texas and Washington.
The playboy bachelor who
sots up housekeeping with a

Supplies

za Adams of Pleasant Grove. II
tan, president of the National Tur
key federation.
Reno
grant
to
r. fcisenhowi
"Respectfully suggest you lead
nation in humane thanksgiving
putting your turkey in coma be before
fore before killing him.
"Easily done by first talking
to him softly laying hie head
quietly on ground where you
stretch piece white string.
"His eye focus on string
thereby allaying his fears vir virtually
tually virtually putting him asleep.
"Bird unfrlghtoned at time ex execution
ecution execution also tastes better due ab absence
sence absence adrenal in bloodstream al also
so also plucks easier because mus muscles
cles muscles holding feather relaxed.
"Would gladly come Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg show yog how administer
merciful death'
CZ Customs Man
Jeff R. Robineile
Dies Suddenly
Jefferson R. Roblnette, Canal
Zone customs inspector employ employed
ed employed in Cristobal, died suddenly at
his home in New Cristobal at
1:30 this morning. He was 51
years old.
A native of Coldwater, La., Mr.
Robinette came to the Isthmus
in 1935 as an employe of the
Standard Fruit and Steamship
Co. in Cristobal. He joined the
Canal organization in 1942 as a
customs guard and was made a
customs Inspector In 1944.
He is survived by his wife.
Florence, who is an employe of
the Commissary Division and a
son, Allen, who is attending
school in Louisiana.
The remains will be taken Fri Friday
day Friday by plane to Shreveport,
where funeral services will be
held and Interment will take
place.
Mr. Robinette was a well
known Atlantic side resident. He
was a member of the Sojourners
Lodge AF and AM and Abou
Saad Temple.

Arthur Ellen of

m wire to m

Bigger, Better Bite;

woman WM.iout marrying her.
He now can claim tax exemp exemption
tion exemption for $4000 in income by listing
his mistress as e dependent
members ef his household.
Certain owners of oil proper property.
ty. property. They now can reduce their
federal income taxes by selling for
a flat sum their right to the pro property's
perty's property's oil, either for a limited
time or for a set quantity. The
staff experts suggested that pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of such sales be taxed at
the normal rate instead of at the
lower capital gain rates as at pros
ent.
Corporations or individiual
taxpayer who slice their tax
bills by engaging in involved

Big Dock
Will Not

Gift Shopping

You will get your Christmas presents all right, cour courtesy
tesy courtesy of the Panama Canal's foresight!
The Commissaries already have most of their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas shopping supplies here on the Isthmus. Thus, as ftrr
as the Canal Zone is concerned, the striking dockers
Stateside are not tweaking Santa's whiskers.
Same goes for Santa's tummy, and yours. There's
plenty of food in the PanCanal closet, and chances are
bright for something besides beans and rice for Christmas
dinner.
These glad tidings of great joy were obtained today
L Ci'. 'J- x n ii i.

irom jumui ournaers ar oaiDOO neighrs.

Meanwhile in Washington the
White House today called for a
quick settlement of the East
Coast dock strike.
Press secretary James C.
Hagerty said in a special
statement that the present
stoppage of shipping because
of the deck walkouts "is seri
ous and has re
which spread
Association meet later today in
New If oik at the offices of the
Federal Mediation and Concilia Conciliation
tion Conciliation Service.
"It is to be hoped that when
the paities labor and man
agement meet today," Hagerty
said. "That they will recognize
their obligations to the country
and to the public and resolve
their private difficulties across
the bargaining table so that the
flow of trade and traffic in and
out of our ports can be resumed
immediately."
Asked what the Federal
Government would do if the
longshoremen and the ship shipping
ping shipping interests fall to reach an
agreement the spokesman for
President Elsenhower said he
could not add to what he al already
ready already had said.
West Coast longshore men
were to stage a 24-hour walkout
today in support of the strike
by 60,000 1LA members who
have tied up some 200 ships in
ports from Maine to Texas.
The shipowners considered
asking the National Labor Re Relations
lations Relations Board to rale on an
unfair labor practices charge
filed against the independent
ILA Oct. 23. They alleged that
the union had refused to dis discuss
cuss discuss any dispute till their
contract was settled.
Alexander P. Chopin, chair chairman
man chairman of the Shipping Associa Association,
tion, Association, yesterday charged the ILA
with using the strike to "coerce"
the nations shippers into ac accepting
cepting accepting a nationwide contract.
He said he hoped to press the
unfair labor practices charge to
force the union to drop its de demand
mand demand for nationwide bargain bargaining.
ing. bargaining. The Shippers maintain they
can negotiate contracts only on
u port-by-port basis.
Louis Waldman, attorney
for the Dockers, said the de demand
mand demand for nationwide bar bar-galnging
galnging bar-galnging was merely one of
the union's demands along
stock market transactions. The
tax rules would bo tightened to
discourage such maneuvers.
Others whose tax bills could be
increased by the proposed revi revisions
sions revisions include bond dealers, some
state and local police officials, and
some teachers and others who
work for educational or other tax
exempt organizations. These lat
ter are usually part-time employes
who receive most of their pay in
tne lorm ot an annuity.
Others who would be affected,
one wey or another, include
life insurance companies, broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting concerns and Americans
living abroad.

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Strike
Affect
Dockers' Strike
Costs Canal
Business Loss
proaJcfcing from the teuih was
re-routea.
As the banana ship Vera out
of Ecuador approached Balbos
with 14,000 stems, It became
clear that the fruit would rot
before it ever reached Statep
consumers.
Quick cabling around the
hemisphere turned up a buyer
in Valparaiso, Chile, so the
Vera was re-routed to the
Southern Hemisphere.
The Vera flies the Norwegian
flag and is operated by Compa Compa-nla
nla Compa-nla Frutera, S. A.
C. B. Fenton & Company ar
local agents
with wages, holiday and other
items, and denied it was being
used to put pressure on the
ship owners'.
If the shippers press mm
NLKB Joi a, decision on the m m-lalr
lalr m-lalr labor practices charge and
the board-rules the union's i i-tionwide'contract
tionwide'contract i-tionwide'contract demand ttm
"non-bargainable" issue an i in injunction
junction injunction would automatically ho
sought by the board to prevent
turtner pressure on that de demand.
mand. demand. The injunction would not
stop the strike if the union
decided to persist in its other
demands.
The West Coast work stop stoppage
page stoppage by the 16,000 member In International
ternational International Longshoremen's add
Warehousemen's Union was or ordered
dered ordered yesterday by union presi president
dent president Harry Bridges. The ILWU
already has refused to handle
cargo from or destined for East
Coast ports.
Be Ready, Boys,
They're Teddyboys
Ball was revoked in Balboa
Magistrate's Court this morning
for two British subjects who re refused
fused refused to pay their taxi fare yes yesterday
terday yesterday when they arrived at Pier
18 to re-board their vessel.
Taxi driver Leopold Johnson
called a Canal Zone policeman
who took Kenneth Clark Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, 19, and Charles Robertson.
30, into custody.
Bail was set at 10 for each
man. It wa revoked this morn morning
ing morning when they failed to appear.
their snip naving sailed.
Reportedly the shipping agent
paid the taxi bill.
Father ol Joe Nacchio
Dies In Philadelphia
Anthony- Nacchio, father of
Joseph Nacchio, well-known Pa Panama
nama Panama City businessman, died
yesterday morning at his home
in Philadelphia, Pa., according
to word received by friends. H
had suffered a heart attack.
Mr. Nacchio, who was 62 years
old, is survived by his wife and
four children, of whom only Jo Joseph
seph Joseph resides on the Isthmus. His
family was at Hs bedside at the
time of his death.



AG! TWO

Tatt FARAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSFAFW
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1951

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

AMD FULiaHCD HY TMB PANAMA AMmCAN PUU, INC

aouwoaj by niuon munniu. in
hajhmmmo arias, terra
7. H Street P. O. Box 134. Panama. H. or P.
Telephone I-074O S Link )
Cable acorem. panamwican, Panama
CW-on OrncE 12.178 central Avenue rrwcrN l?rn and 13th Street
I POAEION RERREiENTATIvEi JOSHUA 8. POWCRS, INC
S4S MAOISON Ave. NEW YOMU (17) N. Y.
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9 80 13.00
18 30 14.00

PtR MONTH. IN ADVANCE
POR IX MONTH. IN ADVANCE
PO ONE YEAR, IN ADNCE

mn a row ronuM thi madms own couimn
THE MAIL SOX

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tartar. SM r.c..ved areretull, aa or. handltd m WU cMSi

,.,.w UN da n't ba Imootiant M ft dMta't aaatai tkt

est dr Ltltar, art published tn thi ordtr rtctivta.
' PtM try Is keep the ktlcrt listfcsd Is SM pajt Itnath.
Msatity s Isltsr writsrs htld in striata ctntittnct.
Thn scwsMMt auamtt as rtipM.bilrt rst ttateataatt at saiawm
jUiiiiH a letter trees isadsn.

I LADIES' MARLINS
Bit:
- It is sure too bad when an outsider, particularly a woman,
tfets a winning fish in our local marlin tournament that many
times attempts are made to disqualify it on a technicality.
When a club sets up rules stricter than those of the interna international
tional international Game Fishing Association it is asking for trouble or else
trying to keep new people out. Most fishermen and guides feel
that if they conform to IFGA rules they can't go far wrong.
. Gentlemen, why not be true sportsmen, who can lose as
kracefully as they can win? Why not let the ladles fish s tand
Is caught, instead of throwing them out on a technicality?
This would do the Marlin Club a great deal of good, not only
locally 'but Internationally. ...
' so why not pay up like boys, and take your medicine like
.Un? Jets face it the girls beat the socks off-us They
warned us ahead of time to beware of Beginner's Luck. Re Re-hiember
hiember Re-hiember too, there's always next year, and next year they wont
! On? thing I'd like to know how could the girls start out
earlier than most of us, and come back later than most, yet
krtill pull into that bay at nightlooking pretty Pictures and
clean as a fresh bar of soap. The flags were flying, and the
p in their bait tanks said they hadn't spent the day resting,
ratmd9theUrbeig girl with the silver get the Private pool? As
frar as I know she was the first one of those ip It to get a
Ulin. I'd like to hear if "f

OPEN LETTER TO B.H.S. STUDENT ADVISORS
PYou wanted spirit and you got plenty of it at the last
championship game at Mount Hope. .We recenUy heard that

Sour senior cheerleaders were kicked, uu tue juu 'y jr: blsner tha
basketball season because the student body ran out onto the JJM the

Jield congratulating tne players auer me kw.
T This spontaneous act was very much liked by the team.
The cheerleaders' advisor held only the senior cheerleaders

rasnnnsible for this display 01 spini wmcu mc.y wu'u" ,. --"-
SfbCe co'nLoZ as they haS, no authority over 300 -ft- Secy of Agr,

ripnt! How can VOU noid lour cneericoucra uui ui ; , - ----- --
Stent resZs'we for something that couldn't have been pre- P'ned all through the farm belt,
eignr, reavunsiDio w B.U. j,.uinr. n tha tohool aii. faced his critics in more than 100

ventea anyway.' e umv mc
Ihorltles should be reconsidered in fairness to all concerned.
Dispirited Bulldogs

lr:

RESTAURANT FOR B.H.S.

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I beneve mat tne kiqs ai uaiuua ouwui anumu --- ....

restaurant oi some sun., as wic umi uun5Mij -- --- o r-v-i

can think of is the FX restaurant at Amaaor. uets kjvc j", m uia icnsUuics

hem tne whole thing, including the character therein wnose wnicn surpluses ppirta

.istUaMtnd yeUlng can tftjjiva across tne Day.

I

Peter Edson
In
Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) The

post-election consensus in the av

erage American lamuy win proD proD-ably
ably proD-ably be that President Eisenhower
won clean and fair.
There can be no criticism from
the Democrats on the type of

campaign he waged. There can

be no cry of "foul.
There can be no, cause for re-
iantmant. there might have

been if the election result had

been the other way.
Ex-President Harry S. Truman
nfnHiMoH at tho Alumina nf tho

Democratic national convention in

Chicago that ex-Gov. Adlai Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson could not defeat Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. There is no assurance that

Truman's preferred candidate,

Gov. Avereil Haniman of New
York or any other Democrat for
that matter could have done any

better. Truman himself revised

his prediction after Stevenson de defeated
feated defeated Harriman and the others

at Chicago.
But if thara U anv Ana thino

that defeated Stevenson in the

election, it was probably the fact
that he followed too mucht he
Harry Truman "give 'em hell"
type of campaign.

&itner Dy nis own cnoice or be-
causa of had arfviea Stavantnn

stepped completely out of char

acter to wage ms campaign of
personal abuse for the Republican
candidates.

The campaign issues he chose
to emphasize were not his con

structive ideas for a better pro

gram tor a better America.
Instead, he harped on criticism.
It didn't an nvar

Other factors entered into the

result, or course. Organized
labor's Committee on Politiaal
Education just didn't produce, ex except
cept except in scattered local returns.
Secy, of Labor James P. Mitchell
probably called the turn in de declaring
claring declaring that the election results
Disnar tha ta v h h.i i h

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money.

The man In the White House al always
ways always has the advantage in an

election. President Eisenhower

made the most of it.

His party spent over t w i c e as

much on its campaign as the
Democrats, and made the most

of that, too.

By comparison, the Democratic

campaign never got off the

ground.

Only the size of the Republican
majority and its sweep through
the South far greater than even
the most optimistic polls predicted

give cause for surprise. All the

political analyses that it would be
a much closer race than four
years ago were made ridiculous.
After such a sweeping victory
it is always easy to say that teh
losing party is through. But such

forecasts have never paid off.

The final words of both 1956
candidates serve- as challenges to
the two parties for I960, when

tnere win be new faces at the

head of both tickets:

"We have lost the battle but
our cause will ultimately
prevail," said Stevenson. 'Be of

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ty party remains true to the ideals of

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This is possibly the most naive

question I ever asked, and so far
as I've been able to ascertain,

there is no answer. The question:
Why must we have all this global

fussing and feuding?

Why all the horror? Why all the

waste? What is so rotten in man mankind
kind mankind that from the first day he

made a club he hit his neighbor
over the skull with it?

It seems I have been surround

ed by nothing but armed conflict
since I was old enough to know
about the Retreat from Mons. It
seems that everything I have
read, dating back to the begin beginning
ning beginning of man's memory, has been

a solid history of aggression, in

trigue, murder and mayhem.

The Nordic barbarians ate each

other and collected skulls. The

Egyptians slew millions, as did
the Assyrians and the Babylonians
and early Jews and Arabs. Gen Genghis
ghis Genghis Khan ran wild over the
world and Alexander the Great
more or less died of boredom at

30-odd years because he had no

more worlds to conquer.

The Vandals and Visigoths and

Angles and Saxons and Huns and
Normans were forever having a

go at each other. The Christians

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Presented To Legion
Post On Wednesday

An interesting; tgenda has
been planned by the officers of
Panama Canal Post No. 1 for
the coming meeting to be held
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Legion club, It wag announced
today by A. J. Gasperi, Jr., post
commander.
A flag of Panama will be pre presented
sented presented to the post by the Lions
Club of Panama. Making the
presentation will be Dr. Teodoro
A. Arias, Lions international
representative and counselor.
Also present will be Jorge Ange Angelina
lina Angelina vice governor of Isthmania,
Panama Division, District B.
Col. Elmer w. Orubbs, Pacific
district chairman and Franklin
P. Chase, scbut executive, coun council
cil council 801, Boy Scouts of America,
will present to the post a 30 30-year
year 30-year certificate for the post's
lnog-standlng support and spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of loca) scouting.
The post will present The
American Legion "Teacher of
the Year Award" to a local
teacher who has done outstand outstanding
ing outstanding work for the youngsters of
the community In developing
character and loyalty of our
democratic way of Me.
All legionnaires and auxiliary
members are urged to attend.

went off to battle the Saracens
and tire tribes of Africa happily
murdered each other, possibly for
exercise.
The French and British and
Germans of modern day fought
everybody, including us, and as
of now we have just finished
fighting or will commence to fight
nearly everybody.
Christ besought us to love pur
neighbors and got nailed to a
cross for his pains. Christ said,
"Suffer the little children to come
unto me," and the modern ver version
sion version is merely to let the children
suffer.
A man who tries to read a pa paper
per paper today and make any sense out
of why people are doing what
they're doing to other people is

a liar if he says he can, explain
ft. You can talk all da about
sanctions and treaties and con

tainments and police actions and
reprisals and double crosses and
diplomacy and it still sounds like
the babbling of idiots.
When I was a youngster in the
business I used to be called the
crackpot editor. Nuts had an af affinity
finity affinity for me and I used to do

interviews with all the weird

prophets whe foresaw an immej
diate end of the world. .1

1 did a piece on one woman

who thought she was a hen,

cackled and produced an egg. All
the latter day Elijahs came to my
desk:' Today I believe they made
as much sense as anybody who

c.aims to be sane.

The diplomats and the generals
and the warlords and pollticos
the' mass of people go along be because
cause because they are either led or

driven. But led or driven to what?

And for what?

I can understand people fight fighting
ing fighting against aggression, but I don't
know where the aggression start

ed or why, techn cally, England

was a recent aggressor in Egypt

But then I suppose you could
say that the Hungarian.; recently

sne saved tne Middle East from

a blazing war and so does An
thony Eden.

The brain reels and I do not
think I will write any expert
think pieces on the momentary
turmoil this is for the simple

reason that I know as much about

it as anybody else and I know

nothing at all.

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WASHINGTON Congressional
khtiers who sat down with the
President last week learned that
the work! was in a much more
precarious position than appeared
in the newspapers.
It was stated publicly afterward
that the briefing was reassuring.
Privately congressional leaders
said just the opposite.
Next week will tell whether the
world will be plunged into war,
President Eisenhower was repre represented
sented represented as saying. The United
States is powerless to control de developments.
velopments. developments. We are willing and able to fight,
the congressmen were told, if it
has to' come to that. What Russia
does in the next few days will
tell the story.
Eisenhower himself made the
essential points at the White
House session. He was eloquent
and assured. In past conferences
involving domestic matters the
President has sometimes seemed

opaque and bored. But in the cur

rent crisis he was well prepared.
His analysis v.as sharper than
that of his subordinates.
The President opened and closed
the conference. Herbert Hoover
Jr., acting secretary of state in
the absence of John Foster Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, read statements in press con conferencesnot
ferencesnot conferencesnot effectively. He did
cot seem too well prepare!.
Allen Dulles, younger brother of
the secretary of state and head
of central intelligence, also gave a
long schoolroom lecture which did
not impress congressional leaders.
DIFFICULT RED MOVEMENTS
Admiral Arthur Radford, dy dynamic
namic dynamic chairman bf the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, spoke-of the logis logistic
tic logistic troubles thi Russians wmild

have in moving troops into the

auez area. He estimated jt would
take several wprlce hocaiie nt th

distance, and because of the fact

mat; cgypt is completely surround surrounded
ed surrounded by non-communist nations. He
suggested Russia might be able
to make a secret concertration in inside
side inside Jordan along the Israeli bor border,
der, border, then invade from that direc direction.
tion. direction. It was brought out that Russia
already has technical equipment
on hand in the Near East neces

sary to fight a war. That was why

me unusn lost a plane over Syria
flying at 45,000 feet. It could only
have been broueht down at that.

altitude witb radar interceptor

equipment, ODviousiy supplied by
Russia.
Heart of the White House brief briefing
ing briefing was summarized by the Presi President
dent President as follows: We do not intend
t' give UD the MiHrfU Raul What

happens ther is now up to Rus

sia, mere are tnraa akicr nnv

tfiussia could ma

f 1. Move in the Red aluny-whlch

would mean war.

2. Move in vVilunraprsurhioti

would riot mean war. It would be
serious but war could be avoided.

3. Let the United Nations police
force settle the dispute.
SYRIA IS GONE
The opinion was expressed that
the UN and the West had moved
so fast to send a police force that
they had caught Russia off base.
It was believed that Moscow defi definitely
nitely definitely intended to move troops but
the UN got there first. If Russia
does not move by this week, peace
will be preserved.
No matter what happens, how
ever, the congressmen were told
Russia will end up with a new sat satelliteSyria.
elliteSyria. satelliteSyria. Already that country

is Communist infiltrated.

Russia would have plenty of
troops to move to Egypt, should

that be Moscow's decision, the

congressmen were told, because
the blood bath in Hungary has

destroyed any chance of revolt in

Poland, Czechoslovakia or East
Germany. More troops will not be
needed there.
Opening the Suez Canal will be
much more difficult than the pub-

P. A. CLASSIFIEDS HIT" W

lie realizes. Not only haa it beea
blocked at both ends, but con
gressmen were told the ship sunk
in the middle was a converted
LST loaded with quick-setting ce cement.
ment. cement. Congressional leaders who lis listened
tened listened to this gloomy report in included
cluded included men from both political
parties, all walks of life, all parte
of the country: Clarence Cannon
from the Mark Twain country of
Missouri, who has battled against
Ike's aid for private utilities; Carl
Albert from the cattle country of
Oklahoma; ex-Speaker Joe Martin
from the jewelry-making area of
Massachusetts; Charlie Halleck of
Indiana; 87-year-old Senator Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Francis Green, the Rhode
Island millionaire; Senator Know Know-land,
land, Know-land, of the California newspaper
publishing family; John McCor McCor-mack,
mack, McCor-mack, tiie kindly congressman
from Boston; Senator Harry Byrd,
millionaire apple-grower from Vir Virginia;
ginia; Virginia; and so on.
CONGRESSIONAL SKEPTICS
Some of them wondered, as Ike
talked, why he as a peace Presi President
dent President didn't make some of his dan-ger-of-war
statements before elec election.
tion. election. And there was some intima intimation
tion intimation that Moscow by splitting tha
western alliance had accom accomplished
plished accomplished the most coveted objective
of its entire foreign policy.
Congressional leaders were
franker in expressing the opinion
that the United States should
have done something to show anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist Hungarians we were
behind them. One suggested we
should have given the Russians
twelve hours' notice to withdraw
Soviet troops, then recognized the
rebel government of Hungary.
When administration leaders
were asked whether we would rec recognize
ognize recognize the rebel government, tha
answer was absolutely, no.
Ike was sympathetic toward the
problem of keeping .the spark of
liberty alive in Hungary, but did
not see just what we could do with without
out without risking war.
As the conference closed, Sena Senator
tor Senator Lyndon Johnson, the Texas
leader, gave assurances of bipar bipartisan
tisan bipartisan approach on foreign affairs.
It was significant, however, that
Speaker Sam Rayburn, who
trained Lyndon from the day he
emerged from his political swad swaddling
dling swaddling clothes, made no such state statement.
ment. statement. Privately Mr, Sam has told
friends that the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration alienation of France
and England is the gravest of all
blunders and that foreign policy
must be subject to frank and care careful
ful careful debate in the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives where, incidentally,
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Israelis Say Russian Volunteers TZS
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Scored victory In War Of Verves j Reds Want Them

JERUSALEM, Uriel, Not. 19 -(UP)
Israeli sources said today
apparent United States fears
over the threat of Soviet "volun "volunteers"
teers" "volunteers" In the Middle East has
strengthened the prestige of
Egyptian President Gamai Ab Ab-del
del Ab-del Nasser.
The sources said the Rus Russians
sians Russians are wnnint: the war of

nerves by forcing the United
States to grant more and mora
concessions to Nasser. In turn,
Nasser gains stature in the
Arabian and African worlds,
they said.
. The Kremlin, according to the
sources! is playing the same
propaganda game it did, in the
dispute over the Aswan high
dam which touched off the Suez
Canal crisis.
The sources said Russia lost
Interest in financing the dam
afcer the United States backed

down on its financial aid offers
to Nasser.
They said the Soviet threat
to send in "volunteers" and
the Russian demand that Is Israel,
rael, Israel, Britain and France pay
reparations to Egypt were cut
from the same propaganda
cloth.
''Renewed wooing" of the
Egyptian regime by the Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, the sources asserted, only
provokes greater efforts by the
Kremlin to demonstrate the sup support
port support of Nasser.

5 Killed In 2-Way
Auto Collision
!n Mojave, Calif,

As. a result, they warned, the
Egyptian leaders may become
strong" enough again to help the
Soviets "re-establish their mili military
tary military bases" in the Sinai peninsula.

i
Israeli leaders have said they
captured more Soviet-made
arms in Slna' than Egypt
could have used, and cited this
as evidence of Soviet bases.
The sources feel the concern

over Communist "volunteers

moving into the Middle East is

the main reason ror trie eiiaris

by U N. secretary-general Dag

Hammarskjold to force Israel to
withdraw to the boundaries set
up under the 1949 armistice a-greemerits.

MOJAVE, Calif., Nov. 19 (UP)

rive persons were killed and s

sixth critically injured in a three-

car collision yesterday on U.S.

highway 6 near here, the Californ

ia highway patrol reported.
The dead were identified as

Marine Sgt. Fremont J. D. Thoe,

22, of the Marine air base here
his wife, 'Margaret, 23: Robert

Kulpi 38, a civilian employe at the

base; Kulp's wife, Exie, 23, and

Two Navy civilian employe? George rrucnaro Jr., a, or Lan
Mil rmln tnHav an oHHitinnrl Caster, Calif.

$5,625 for a suggestion which has David W. Grayson, 28, also of
already earned them a $5,000 a-, Lancaster, was reported in critical
ward. "condition at the Mojave Medical
The highest cash award ever Cejer- . .. .
mad nnriar th nvrnmnfc Thoe, his Wife and the Kulp

Employes Act will be ptfsentedl couple were all riding in one car,
toHobart M. Griggs and Dennis wnile Pntchard and Grayson were

Highest Cash Award
From Services Goes
To 2 Navy Civilians

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP)
The Senate Internal Securitv sub-

cMnmittee will hold up release of

some photographs a n escaped
Hungarian patriot took of the re rebellion
bellion rebellion because the Russian pic picture
ture picture agency Sovfoto is trying to

get them.

Subcommittee Counsel Roebrt
Morris said today that govern

ment security experts fear the

Russians might use the pictures

to identify rebels for reprisals or

deportation from Hungary.

He said he learned that Sovfoto

approached at least two persons.

one a newspaper man, to ask for
copies of the pictures.
The subcommittee yesterday
released copies of 10 out of 300

Animal Nutrition Problems Eyed,

Science Is Solving The Secrets

ITHAPA. N.Y.. Nov. 18 (UP) I

Tpe role of three trace elements
copper, cobalt, and manganese
in animal nutrition has been the
subject of a study by Prof. S. E.
Sdmith of the New York State

College of Agriculture.
Smith said that in the animals,
so far studied a lack of copper
leads to' anemir; this- mechanism
"is one of nature's most, clearly
euarded secrets."

When copper is deficient in the
diet of ruminant animals, particu particularly
larly particularly sheep. Smith added, they

suffer wide-spread destruction of
the central nervous system and
parish, or live afterwards with lo locomotion
comotion locomotion handicap...
During periods of cooper inade inadequacy,
quacy, inadequacy, wool loses its crimp, he

said, and in many animals black

hair turns rusty colored.

"Unfortunately," he added.

"gray hair it, man has other
causes and will not respond to

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copper therapy
Many soils of the world have in inadequate
adequate inadequate supplies of cobalt which

is reflected in forage crops, ne

said. Ammais grazes unaer sucn
conditions develop poor appetites
in the midst of plenty, lose
weight, and suffer an anemia.
Smith said the merest trace of

cobalt will prevent these symptoms.

Smith said that ruminant ani

mals deficient in cobalt will re respond
spond respond ouicklv to vitamin B-12, a

cobalt-containing compound.

Manganese, Smith noted, u con concerned
cerned concerned in bone formation in fays
.... v ai-

which iuvt not wen amy e-
nloino vi In rhirlfpns IRinSl-

nese deficiency has been found tor

be the cause of the leg aonormaii-

ty termed 'perosis, and it ap

pears also in the form o ipoor
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rhirks

Among rabbits, he said, their

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a system which resulted in re-
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ments ship-ments of projectiles and am ammunition.
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dollars, the top amount that
could be given without Civil
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their suggestion which will save

the Armed Forces an estimated
110 million yearly.

- The added reward, approved
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Earlier yesterday, seven persons

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FAREWELL PARTY FOR THATCHERS Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Thatcher are shown with
their host and nostess Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mc Cormack at a farewell party given in their
honor at the Tivoli Hotel Friday night. The Thatchers, who were special guests at the Tl Tl-voll's
voll's Tl-voll's 50th Anniversary celebrations, returned to the States aboard the SS Cristobal, which
sailed Saturday. From left to right, Mrs. C. S. McCormack, Mr. Maurice H. Thatcher, Mrs.
Thatcher and Mr. CfS. McCormack.

PLANS MADE FOR THE INAUGURATION OF NEW
BUILDING FOR DOCTORS, ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS
Members of the Panama Doctor's Wives Club, Engineers'
Wives and Architects' Wives met this afternoon to discuss
plans for entertainment in connection with the inauguration
of the new building in Pasadena which will contai offices
for members of these professios.
The new building is scheduled to open Thursday.

Plotnikoff-Lemke
Wedding Tomorrow
Miss Nancy Lemke, whose mar marriage
riage marriage to Mr. Alex Plotnikoff will

oree at many miscellaneous show showers
ers showers in the past weeks. Most of

these have taken place in Panama
City, but one shower was given in

take place at Curundu Protestant her honor by her friends in Chi

Church tomorrow, has been hon-'eago Illinois, who mailed the gifts

to her here.

Miss Lemke is- the daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. Emory R. Lemke

wnose nome is in Chicago. Tftey
arrived last week to attend the
wedding. Miss Lemke is the niece

of Lt. Col, and Mrs. M. J. Naudts

of Quarry Heights.

Name Tags Add To Fun
At Party MVen By
Lt. Col. And Mr. Gross
Some two hundred guests were
entertained by Lt. Cof. and Mrs.
Mrs. Leslie M. Gross at their

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By YVONNE BARRETT
As a fitting supplement to the

anniversary celebrations being

MR. AND MRS. TIMOTHY B. ATKESON Cutting the tra traditional
ditional traditional wedding cake are recently married Mr. and Mrs.
Timothy B. Atkeson. The couple solemnized their vows at
the Washington Cathedral, Washington, D.C., and later were
honored at a reception at the home of the bride's parents.
She is the former Miss Paula Granger, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Christopher Granger of Bethesda Maryland. The groom
Is the son of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Clarence L. C. Atkeson.
Admiral Atkeson is the Commandant of the Fifteenth Naval
District. The new Mr. and Mrs. Atkeson are now residing in
Philadelphia, Penna.

Tito Is Told To Stop Meddling;

Pravda Claims Influence Is Bad

MOSCOW, Nov. 19 (UP) The

Communist party newspaper
Pravda warned Marshal Tito of
Yugoslavia today to stop inter-

ferine in the internal anairs 01

east European Communist parties.

Jt accused him of contradict

ing the basic theories of Marx Marx-Ism
Ism Marx-Ism and Leninism.

The newspaper made a slash

ing attack at Tito, who strayed

from tne Kremlin fold and es-

quarters at Ft. Clayton, Friday
evening.

Name tage, which guests filled

out themselves served as conver

sation starters. As well as names

each guest wrote his hobby and
"pet peeve." This- novelty helped
to create an informal atmosphere,

hich added to the enjoyment of

occasion. t

Ific Navy Wives'

Club Will Hold Eltctiont
The second important election

to take place this month will be

the Pacific Navy wives Club elec election
tion election of Club officials. The election
will take place on Monday eve

ning, Nov. 19, at 7:30 at the Com

munity House, 15th. Naval Dis District.
trict. District. A new President, Vice-President
and Executive Board Coun

cil will be elected and all candi

dates are wished the best of luck.
All members in good standing are

elegible to vote and are urged to
attend and support the candidate

of then choice.
The regular monthly business
meeting will be held prior to the
elections. Light refreshments will
be served by the refreshment committee.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

tablished his own brand of Com Communism
munism Communism in Yugoslavia.
Pravda bitterly criticized Ti Tito's
to's Tito's Nov. 15 speech at Pula, Yu Yugoslavia,
goslavia, Yugoslavia, which it said "contain "contained
ed "contained sharp differences" with what
Tito had been saying about re relations
lations relations between Russia's satellite
countries and the international
situation.
The newspaper said Tito
tried to stretch Yugoslavia's
Influence beyond its borders
and has tried to entice east
European countries to set up
their own brand of Commu Communism
nism Communism free of control by the
Kremlin.
"One cannot fail tto see that
such assertions by Tito are def definitely
initely definitely linked with those articles
in the Yugoslav prss In whicti
the idea comes through more
nd more frequently that Yu Yugoslavia's
goslavia's Yugoslavia's road to Socialism
(Communism) is t$e only true;
course, and even the only possi possible
ble possible way for socialistic develop development
ment development in almost v all countries,"
Pravda said.
"Needless to say;' the newspa newspaper
per newspaper continued, "such a position
radically contradicts the Marxist-Leninist
'tenet that eacn
country can have its own meth methods."
ods." methods." Pravda labeled Tito's speech
at Pula as an obvious indica indication
tion indication of "tendencies to inter interfere
fere interfere In the affairs of other
Communist parties."
However, the Communist par party
ty party newspaper published with ap approval
proval approval Tito's remark on the
need for Soviet Intervention in
Hungary and quoted his appeal
for support of the Soviet-backed
Janos Kadar regime in that
country.

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Jap Fishing
Boats Objects
Of China Fire
TOKYO, Nov. 19 (UP) To

Japanese fisjfijig boats reported
today tkv were; fifed unon bv na

tionalist eninesc shore troops off

rormos Saturday.
One vessel, the 180-ton tfisae Ma Marti,
rti, Marti, was towing the 99-ton Kyoshin
Mam, disabled off Luzon, in the
Philippines, when they were fired
upon from shore Saturday eve evening,
ning, evening, wireless messagt received
here said.
The two ships escaped undamag undamaged.
ed. undamaged. '
The incident was said to have
occurred off Haikow, on the west
coast of Formosa.

The report
type of shot
other details.

did not say what
was fired, or give

Tito Greets Reds
BELGRADE, Nov. 19 (UP) -A
Soviet army delegation, led by
Colonel-General V. N. Komarov,
arrived rt the island of Brioni to today
day today and was received by Presi President
dent President Tito.
President Tito entertained the
Soviet officers to luncheon and re remained
mained remained with them in long and cor cordial
dial cordial conversation. The official
news agency Tanjug reported.

on
an

excellent and varied selection
of paintings, drawings, water
colors and ceramics, product of
its imaginative and talented
members. One Is first Impressed
by she variety of the "Oeuvres"
as well as by the generally high
artistic level attained and we

rind.tcan conclude that art has be become
come become a clear and well defined

activity in the Canal Zone.
Of the eighty nieces presented
representing tne efforts of no
less than thirty-one artists
there Is a dear evidence that a

new and vigorous art movement!

nas pervaqea tne uanai &uue

f.SCnd which, endowed with the
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tic of amateur activities 01 mis
sort, will no doubt serve to in inspire
spire inspire and attract even greater
participation in later exhibits
to come.
Among the many oils exhibit

ed, "Consolation'! by Elsa de

Monzo stands out as an excel excellent
lent excellent example of composition in
which form, balance, linear
rhythm and color are not over overlooked
looked overlooked in expressing a deeply
emotional and sensitive subject.
The main theme of the paint painting
ing painting is the consolation that an
understanding mother gives her
little girls because of the insur insurmountable
mountable insurmountable disaster created by
her daughter's broken doll. The
high lones In (the girl's dress ex expressing
pressing expressing her despair in contrast
w',Jh the soft tones of the moth mother's,
er's, mother's, give a great Intensity of
feeling. The mother's remarka remarkable
ble remarkable facial expression with its
soft understanding well indi indicates
cates indicates tb" artist's maturity and
experler The rounded lines
which envelop the two figures
are in complete harmony with
the geometry and straights
which form the background.
That the artist has a power of
interpretation as well as a skill skill-f.'j
f.'j skill-f.'j command of the medium is
demonstrated by her portrait

'Mother. It is hoped that more

of this artist's works will be
seen on later occasions.

'New Panama Symphony" is
semi-abstraction depicting Pan

ama's grand new legislature

building. It Is a symphony In
blue by Agnes Johnson and the
subject matter is well broufht

oirt by the powerful strokes

which the artist has perfected,
also evidence in her "Pink Ros Roses
es Roses in a Blue fas"- hlchl is en enhanced
hanced enhanced by heavy impasto, giving
it low relief to tHet forms.
Frances Greening presents
two paintings executed in a neo neo-impressionism
impressionism neo-impressionism manner with good
composition in form and color.
In both paintings, the artist
shows a highly developed sense
of color and design. The chief
objection would be that the
same brilliance in the subject
matter is carried to the back background
ground background thus giving little depth
to the subject Itself. This is par particularly
ticularly particularly noticeable in her water
color "Siesta" where, despite
great sensitiveness of design, the
background comes forward in

terjecting itself into the center

or interest.
Two highly unusual scrolls in in-terprted
terprted in-terprted in an oriental style by
Mrs. Alys E. Harrington lenji
charm to the exhibit and possess
serenity and elegance of line
tiri t V. ft r ao Btr flrmr a TVtir Km

containing skillful disposition of

nne predominantly important
picture space. The same feeling
of infinity is found in her water

colors, clearly expressing the

deep knowledge and love which
the arts has for the extraordin extraordinary
ary extraordinary refinement and delicacy of
the Chinese culture.
The two pictures of Norma
Ann Jenks are (the abstraction
"Tropical Treasures" and the
still-life, "Staff of Life" with
the latter depicting in a sugges suggestive
tive suggestive manner, bread, cheese a
knife and a bottle of wine but
using an interesting misty tech technique
nique technique to express the artist's feel feelings
ings feelings for these subjects, v
Although Erva Whitmann
Fairchild possess delicacy of de design,
sign, design, her works betray a defi deficiency
ciency deficiency in sense of value, giving

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a flat colorless appearance t
her paintings. And, lending fur
'.her variety the league has also
presented the always interesting
ceramics of R. K. Morris and
some representative items from
the fie,ld of sculpture among
which are two heads by 8. Ri Ri-poll,
poll, Ri-poll, executed in contrasting-col-

or stone w give coionui ami ef effective
fective effective meaniagto the' charac characters
ters characters presented. The two are in interpreted
terpreted interpreted with plastic solidity in
a contemporary artisUc expres expression.
sion. expression. Mr. Ripoil has conveyed
through the line oualitv of hi

works, a flowing and merging

sense of repose and dignity.
"The Acrobats," in metal by-Mc-Dermltt
is a simplified and com compositional
positional compositional Arrangement of two
human figures and "Head'" in
plaster has smooth, firm and
soft plasticity.

Among other works are four

new compositions bv Mr. Mai.

comb Del Valla, the promising
and well-known, young, isthr
mlan artist at present studying

in France. His Den and ink-

drawings "Horses in Paris" Is

very interesting and reveals an
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cxpicMive hiiu sensitive lino
which oives Ideallzprf fMllnavt t

his interpretations. The same

characteristics can be found in
his sanguine drawing "Cabaret
Mlchelln et Pau-Pau." This and
other water colors, although well
balanced as to composition,
form and cnlnr art 11 larlr Inten

sity of feeling and power on th

Pn 01 tne artist.

The French bdet. Charles Baii-

delaire once said that drawing

must dc ... executed quicK
enough and with sufficient sure-

ness so as none of the elements

uecome iot as a result of tne
Intensity of the idea Or act..."
and in his water color "Los Ni Ni-nos,"
nos," Ni-nos," capt. Jack Riggio has put
into effect this exact lde'a cap capturing
turing capturing in this difficult medium,
the innocence, the dellglwl
expression and meaning,!,
smiles of the children with a
sureness of application, fresh fresh-ness,
ness, fresh-ness, spontaneity and transpar

ency required of true water col

ors, his "Coronado Beach," exe executed
cuted executed in a more mathematical
and intellectual style outlines

with vigorous lines the beach

and its surroundings, of re remarkable
markable remarkable interest are his two
Battels executor) with aurinin

but each with differing tech techniques,
niques, techniques, clearly demonstrating
the versatility of this artist.
"Tragedy In the Farm," by

Catherine Taylor Is a guache
expressing despair in ithe face

or aisaster. it is aone in vibrat-

hut LuircH JLiiu r.imvrvs 1,110 ne

sired tragib effect. The expres

sion 01 tne tower-riant figure.

ref ectinir the red rlows of th

. . y .

naming building is or remarka remarkable
ble remarkable Intensity. Bsteban Krlkl's
"Lover!' a wash Interpreted; in a
parallelism, is intensely, emotion emotional
al emotional with the important areas well
brought out through dark and
light arrangements. His paint painting
ing painting "Taurumaquia" is an ab abstract
stract abstract expression of the appre apprehension
hension apprehension created by the atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere of a bull fight, in it, the
artist multiplies and rearranges
his symbols to bring about an
altogether new composition. The
sketches by Michael Stroup ae
executed with sureness, simplici simplicity
ty simplicity and purity of ,line, indicating
thait the artist has a good un understanding
derstanding understanding of figure drawing,
and has captured the necessary
essentials of good sketching.
Mrs. Dora Mcllhenrjy, daugh daughter
ter daughter of the late Mr. Clark, pre presented
sented presented "Study of an 6ld Man."
Her father was greatly loved In
th eaftistic circles of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and his death some months
ago while en route to England
shocked end grieved all who had
the privilege of knowing him.
When, m 1885, the French
painter Edouard Manet exposed
his "OHmpia," it set off a revo revolution
lution revolution in painting taint tor nine
decades now has changed trie
course of art, paving the way
for our present Modern Art.
From Impressionism to the va varying
rying varying degrees of Abstractionism
of today, the Canal Zone Art
League exhibit has given us an
outstanding d e m o n s t ration
through widely differing? decrees

of interpretation that has been
the delight to the eyes and feel

ings of all the Isthmian artistic
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Social and Otherwise
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donlmutd
MEETINGS
WATCH REPAIR

Mrs. Nrra Schwarriman
Glvt SurpriM
Baby Shower

A surprise baby shower was giv given
en given for Mrs. Nita Sehwartzman last
Saturday evening at the home of
Mrs. Martha (H.F.) spinney, airs.
Spinney, Mrs. Eleanor Buehter
Frozen Assets!
No, Chained
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Nov. IS -(UP)
Tobias Clause- has an
automobile that crashed through
his property chair.ed in his front
yard today because he wants to
be s ire to collect damages.
to a stake after it jumped the
rurh failed a utility nole. toie
itntra ri9upr' wire fence and a
clothespole and rammed into his
garage. The driver, mcnara rr
Leilerman, 25, of Bethlehem, was
hauled away by police and
charged with drui ken driving.
Clauser said he slapped the
chain on the car because he
wanted to make sure the damages
to his property were paid by the
motorist. He claimed nis nome,
at the bottom of a steep hill, had
been used as a bumper by too
many motoirsts wno am not use
their brakes;
The woman who talks about
how annoying children In her
neighborhood are tells more a a-bout
bout a-bout herself than about the
children. Her listener is almost
ure to conclude that she is a
Srson without any real liking
r children.
Critical comments on other
nrnnU often reflect more on the
r

Malaiiiieir
ESSlL -MAKE fRJENDS

"CRIME IN THE STREETS"
PICTURE OF THE WEEK

"CRIME IN THE STREETS," Allied Artists powerful
drama of the Rock 'N Roll veneration, now playing at the
LUX Theatre, starring James Whitmore, John Cassavettas
and Hollywood's new sensation SAL MINEO, la breaking
all-time box office records.
"CRIME IN THE STREETS," has utgrossed the great
Phenix City Story," which recently was exhibited In an another
other another theatre locally.

K THANKSGIVING
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The table centerpiece consisted
of pink-frosted cake booties sur
rounded by tiny bouquets of pink
rosebuds.
Mrs. Evelyn Fuelle presided at
the table.
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Other guests present were Mrs
Ruth Elders, Mrs. Barbara Krue-
ger, Mrs. Bartholomew, Mrs. May
Askew, Mrs. Marguerite Hart,
Mrs. Doris Bradshaw, Mrs. Lillian
Smith, Mrs. Mildred rntts, Mrs
Peggy Falk, Mrs. Agnes H e a r n,
Mrs. Dorothy Trim, Mrs. Doris
Poore, Mrs. Finlay, Mrs. Edith
McAllister, Mrs. Katherine Reid,
Mrs. Georgia Johnson, Mrs. Ward,
and Mrs. Jennie Lauer.
Alpha Chanter
Beta Sigma Phi
Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi,
held its semi-monthly meeting at
the sorority room in the Curundu
Clubhouse on Tuesday evening
The Pledge Ritual was given three
pledges.
Following the business meeting
an Interesting lesson was given by
Mrs. Edith Deutsch. Manager of
Felix Madura's, on the Art of
Dress.
Members present were Margem
Branham, Margaret Capps, Ev
elyn Danley, Eleanor Holmberg,
Delores Jacome, Ann M a I o n e y,
Fern Morse, Elaine Payne, Mary
Robertson, Peggy Wertz, Pauline
Zon, Evelyn Horn, Ruth Hoke, and
Francis Kennedy.
Refreshments were served by
co-hostesses Delores Jacome and
Ann Maloney.
Dr. Joseph Scadron
Arrives Prom States
nr .inspnh Scadron of the Scad-
ron Clinic in Panama has arrived
from the States and is topping at
'El Panama."
Harnett and Dunn's
Teenage Jamboree
Harnptt and Dunn will hold a
Teenage Jamboree for members
of their dancing classes on
Wednesday night from 7:30 until
11, in the patio of tne Amaaor ui ui-ficers'
ficers' ui-ficers' Open Mess (formerly the
Army-Navy Club).
There will be dances, games and
prize.
An vhihition will be eiven by
Hamatf and Dunn. Marion Brad
ley and Arthur Blystone will gjve
a demonstration of combined jit jitterbug
terbug jitterbug and bop, and other dances
will be given by Barbara Parker
and Valerie Spencer.
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Emblem Club No. 52
Meets Tomorrow Night
The Emblem Club No. 52 will
bold their regular social meeting
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Elks
Home, Brazos Heights.
Runaway Boxcar
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Killing 3 Persons
HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 18 (UP)-
Three persons were killed and
three injured today when a run
away boxcar smashed into an
a . 1
apartment house.
The Southern Pacific boxcar
crashed through a guard rail at
the end of a spur track and plowed
through the frame wall of the
house 15 feet away into the bed bedroom
room bedroom of Hilliard Harris, 31; his
wife, Johnnie Maie, 21, and their
one-year-old daughter, Jacqueline
Harris and the baby were killed
instantly. Mrs. Harris died later
in a hospital.
In the next apartment another
young family was buried under the
debris, but suffered only minor in
juries. They were Theodore Wil
liams, 26; Ms wife, Elizabeth, 19,
and Theodore Jr., one.
The crash occurred at 5 a. m.
when the main Southern Pacific
track in east Houston was being
cleared. A switch engine was push pushing
ing pushing 21 cars onto a spur track when
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way into the bedroom.
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MIAMI, rU., Nw. II (UP)-A Mi-'
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it-youraelf projects has built a
replica of the melodeon on which
Stephen Foster was believed tOj
Save composed some of his most,
it uus songs.
, Robert Haire, who did somel
piano-tuning before becoming an
accountant, decided on the pre-.i-l
act after he read that the original
Foster melodeon had been donat-l
ed to the University of Pitts-1
V.'.rh's museum.
That left the Stephen Foster
memorial at White Springs. SH.,
en the famous Suwanee River,
without a melodeon.
i timuffhe t.h(v should at least;

have a replica of the instrument,"
Haire said.
Melodeons are pint-sized reed
organs which still are in use in
scattered areas throughout the
Country. They are portable, stand

ea short legs and can be carried
around on the end of a strap.
Haire said he saw a newspaper
photograph of the melodoen, and,
after obtaining the necessary per permit
mit permit and specifications from Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, he began work.

His initial step was to buy a
second hand meloleon from a
pawn shop for $85. Stripping off
the keyboard and ripping out its
innards, Haire began to build the
replica "almost from scratch."

I wanted it to be an exact rep replica,"
lica," replica," he said.
When he finished the instru instrument,
ment, instrument, it was exact, even to a
scratch on the finish and the bel bellows
lows bellows which Foster had apparent apparently
ly apparently patched with tape.
When he finished the intricate
iob. Haire took the 27-inch high
instrument and transported it per personally
sonally personally to the Foster memorial.

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LOiroON, Nov. I (CP) -Com-

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tionaries" who reform, the Nc

Prior To MarricKje

RAHWAY. N. J. (UP) Th iSWli
msrriaae of a cornel? office work- T

er to her Wa dUdosodf that sW CiSLa a
had emheifed IMW from his Jf STlaSi
moaey aUodiy ent to purchase g .v's who'S
the home m which they five, i T rU.. lJ?Zi2
Tursdiy eight and admitted tak-; W rhiima. anu.n,w w..

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Miller to quit her position. A wr- ?EhiM 'leiuercv'' t.
tine audit by an accountant fo.'- L0 lemer.cy to to-lowed
lowed to-lowed tw"ai, u. wapfl jhflininualsts was tht
Her husband, Conrad Miller, 3P, m9t9 startlto following the great
is secretary-tceasurer cf IhT -o P?"
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founded nine veats afo I unpnsonmeni lor mx cooperating.

When informed by the auditor

When a defender has a double double-ton,
ton, double-ton, it is often wise for him to
play his higher card first and
then his lower card. This signpl
shows his doubleton and indicates
that he is willing nd able to ruff
the third round.
When today's hand was plsyed,
the doubleton signal was mis

used. West opened the king of
dia ,.nds and East signaled for a
continuation by playing the nine.
West continue..; with the queen of
diamonds, and East completed
tu; signal by dropping the four.
Whan West continued with a
third diamond, declare, saw that
it would do him no good to ruff
in dummy. East was obviously
ready to overruif. Declarer there therefore
fore therefore threw the queen of hearts
from the dummy, allowing the
enemy to take three diamond

tricks, but no heart trick. South
had no further trouble in, making
his contract.
East should have played his
lower diamond at the first trick.
West would switch to hearts, and
East would get hi. heart trick at
once. East could then return his
other diamond, after which he

could overrun the dummy on a
third round of diamonds.

that $140,000 of oayrol). funds was

missinjfc Miller immediately tele telephoned
phoned telephoned his tflfY
Police said ah admitted taking
the funds to purchase the $50,000

borne. She also admitted buying
a boat for one brother-in-law, an
automobile tor another and giving
her p a r t n t s an undetermined

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Egyptian Crowds Lose Fears,

Now Openly Hate In Port Said

PORT SAID, Egypt, Nov. 19

(UP) British authorities an announced
nounced announced todav that a modified

form of military control will D!
damned on Poit Said within 24

hours to meat the threat of anti-i

European rioting.
Col. George Evans, chief of
civil affairs in the occupied city,!

would give no advance details of
the plan except to say that rifles
will be issued to civilian police
here tomorrow.
The British army, alerted to the
possibility of trouble by the in increasing
creasing increasing bitterness of Egyptian
crowds, already ha! tightened its
security precautions.
British soldiers were warned

not to go out alone after dark,
and army vehicles were ordered
not to use the reets at night

unless they are convoyed by an
armed guard iti a second veiice.
Although there has' been no
serious trouble so .'ar, th ecrowds
are rapidly- losing the fear they
displayed immediately after the
Anglo-French landings here and

in the twin city of Port Fuad.
Young Arabs who last week
scuttled out of the way when an

allied truck approached now saun saunter
ter saunter with deliberate slowness,

sneering at the driver.
This afternoon, a crowd In
downtown Port Said set up a
defiant chant of "Long live
Nasser!"
Because of underground threats
to. murder any Egyptian who
cooperates with the allies, few
Egyptian shops are open and the
British are having difficulty find

ing Egyptians wlk are willing tyf
work for tham.
Secret po, ce f'j. Husaif
Roust who is belicvei re poo poo-sib
sib poo-sib e fur Lie tiea..i-.j.., cJk
paijn. slipped out o Port SalC
Friday and Led to Cairo.
No spec.al security watch haw
been kepi, on Uousadi, a....
he was known to have maintained
ciose contact with the Soviet conJK conJK-sulats
sulats conJK-sulats here.
Some 300 civilians fearful of
trouble including two Americans!
left yesierday fir .apie ui lust
Itanan liner Asca iia.
The Ascania's passengers hx
eluded 250 Italians. 30 Greeks:
24 "stateless" Europeans anw
eight Germans.

Flood Chases 4000

VALENCIA, Spain, Nov. l

(Vf) More man 4,000 person

were made homeless in the Vaen
cia area today by flash floods that
destroyed dozens of uo-tses and
isolated hundreds of others. N
fatalities were reported in thfi
floods caused by torrential rainsv

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.CANAL ORGANISATION employes In the Administration Building at Balboa Heights were excused from work to attend the ceremony held when the Na National
tional National Safety Council Award of Merit was presented to the Panama Canal Company-Canal Zone Government. The award was made m behalf of the Na National
tional National Safety Council by Maurice C. Thatcher, only living member of the Isthmian Canal Commission to Gov. W. E. Potter, who received it in the name
of the employes. In the front row, from left to right, are Lt. Gov. H. W. Schull, Jr., Mrs. Thatcher, Potter and Thatcher.

Dullfr Accuses 'Arrogant! Russians
Of Trying To Substitute For U.N.

WASHING!. Nov. 18 (UP)! Dulles said he thinks "we are

Secretary of State John Foster . 6n the right track" in the
Du'les charged yesterlay that Middle East. But he said it would
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 OUP) be a great mistake" to believe
Russia's "arrogant" rulers have peace could bo established per per-impeded
impeded per-impeded a settlement of the Mid- manently in th area "merely by
die East fighting by trying to emergency measures to stop the
v "substitute themselves for the U- fighting."

nfted Nations."

lieu iaiiuua. c uw mw oj .... wwyw.
ft also accused them of "pro-might have in mind. President

miscuous slaughter" their "war Eisenhower has said the United

against Hungary." Free nations
he said, "cannot relax their vlgi

Status wilf guarantee Israel and

Arab borders it tne ngnung is

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sane and such

Human principle."

DiiIIas hurlprf the charges in

statement issued as he left Walter

violations of nomic conditions in the area, and

will try to solve tne problem 01

Arab refugees.

Dulles, who was accompanied

wa making an "excellent recov

try, and I teei mat wajr,

statement issued : m ne im waiwr fe his on Key West
Reed Army Medical Center lor .. fn h,t ,t M.

fty W"LJS.! 12" & Department 5isk "after a
from an lntestmal operation. He tA. k lunihine." His

said h.s doctors had ton nim ie I tfll;mpilt ,ttllMred to .reiect any

speculation mat ne migni resign.
However, reporttrs wero not per-

mittud to miestion tne secreiarv.

HniiM' itstpmnt was his first

on the Middle East and Hungar-

The statement did not touch on

Russia's new disarmament pre-

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Cypriote Leave OK,
But Net To Greece,

Most Go To Britain

xnrtrh than 4 fin Greek Cy

prlots migrated from Cyprul
last year. But ndfc one of them
wwt to Greece. The overwhelm
inr majority c,ame to live and
work in Britain. .
Th number of Cypriots Inr Inr-toff
toff Inr-toff in Br tain is w atf atf-proaching
proaching atf-proaching 50,000, or about one one-tenth
tenth one-tenth of the population of Cy Cyprus:
prus: Cyprus: 35,000 of thm are in
London.
A report, "Vital and Migration
Statistics, 1955," Just published
in Nicosia puts the total num number
ber number of emigrants from Cyprus
last year, including both Greek
Cypridts and Turkish Cypriots,
at Kk. Of these 4,469 (or 78
per cent) came to Britain, 1,098
weht to Australia and other
parts of the commonwealth and
109. to the United States.
Those figures maintain the
trend of earlier years.
In 1953 there were 2,531 emi emigrants
grants emigrants from Cyprus of whom
1,850 came to Britain; only
five went to Greece. In 1964
there were 5,SS5 emigrants,
3.100 of whom came to Brit Britain;
ain; Britain; again only five went to
Greece.
Of -those who left the island
last year, 2,188 were between the
ages of 15 and 24;' there were
also 1,331 boys and girls under
the age of 14 and 20 men and 30
women aged '65'or over.
Commenting on these figures,
Phaedon Constanttinides, the Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus Government's Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner in London; said today that
between 400 and 500 Cypriots
were arriving in this country
every month. Many of them
were without qualifications,
buc they quickly found employ employment
ment employment In catering and in various
industries.
The Cyprlot community was
well established in Britain and
had a reputation for hard work.
Most of its members sent sub substantial
stantial substantial sums back to their rela relatives
tives relatives in the Island, Mr. Constan Constan-tinides
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WASHINGTON (AFPS) The
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centers or schools, the contest
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in the "live" class: vocal sol soloist,
oist, soloist, instrumental soloist, in individual
dividual individual specialty, group
(not more than four mem members),
bers), members), instrnmental group (net
(not mere than three mem-
UaMrt

In the ''recorded" class, there
i thp same number of cate-

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lae than 15 members). Dost, dl

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(not less than 20 memoersi, Ar Army
my Army band chorus (not less than

12 members), ana singing pm
tnnn, (nnt less than 20 members)

First, second and third-place
winners, in all classes will re receive
ceive receive prises Jn the grand finals.
The top area command will be
presented the Irving Berlin

xropny.
Prizes also may be awarded in
installation and area level contacts

Complete information on the

contest is containea in uirc. o
29 of October 18.

ski

nrnnoaanrl thav said, the Soviet

note contained something new and

potentially encouraging.

IMS Was Uie suggeiiuii win'
lUnsriiur flnallv mav be ready to

undertake a limited "proving

ground" tests ot rreswent aweij aweij-hower's
hower's aweij-hower's 1955 plan for "open skies'
aerial inspection.

In His lnaicimem, m
lli.MU Vait nnlirv Dulles said

that the Russians "have tried to
...hot;tt thnmselves for the

United Nations instead of acting

as a cooperative memoer.
rwkar rfini'nmatic sources said

reports reaching here show that

the Soviets have been worsang.

behind the scenes w diock a

settiement of tne aispuio,

venlng aurecuy wnn

government.

New Red A-Test
In Central Asia
TAvvn Kav tfl flip) Jauan-

ese scientists said today the latest
Soviet nuclear test explosion oc-r-nrrait
somewhere between the

Aral Spa and Lake Balkash in

Central Asian Russia.

Tha si p. was ocatea tarouen

nhnnrmal atmosDheric Dressure to the Communist niartv.

changes recorded at weather! But the paper said no opposition

stations inrougnout japan. party wouia oe aitowea because
The government meteorologies "In a workers' and peasants'
board said the blast was touched state the working elass must be
off at 4 p.m. Saturday. unified,"

East German Reds
Ban Opposition
Parties In Zone
BERLIN, Nov. 19 (UP) The

test German Communists today

banned the formation of opposi opposition
tion opposition parties in the Soviet sons.
The Communist newspaper

Neues Deutschlana ssad some
East Germans believed there

should be a party in opposition

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There May Be Struggle

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP) -Diplomats
reported strong signs
today that the Polish and Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian uprisings have sharpened an
apparent conflict within the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin over "liberalization" versus
"Stalinism" in treatmei t of Soviet
satellites.
Experts said that the split in
the Kremlin conceivably could
lead to a shskeup in Russia's
present leadership. But they said
there is no evidence now of. any

power struggle like that which
brought Nikita S, Khrushchev his

present dominant role.

Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia
brought the conflict into the open
yesterday by publicizing a speech

he made last Sunday chargijg that

a "Stalinist group had "forced"

its views on the other Red leaders

He said the Stalinist group was

resisting "democratization" of the
satellites and blamed them for

what he called the "fatal error"

of using red troops to crush the

Hungarian freedom revolt.

The State Department. whUe.it

wvuo not comment purmciy, was
known to regard the Tito speech
as one of the most important rev

elations of the deep-seated Krem

lin conflict that has yet come to

ugnt.
Tito Is warded as beini bar

ticularly well-informed because of

his recent talks with Soviet lead

ers on relations between Russia

and its Eastern European satel
lites.

U.S. officials were keeping close

wat.cn on tne roiisn talks in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow and the still-smolderine Hun

garian revolt for signs of future
Kremlin policy toward the satel

lites.

The outcome mav indicate the

winners for the time being at
least in the dispute over the
satellites. It could also play an
important role in determining who

will be the future bosses of the
Kremlin.

While Tito used nn nam as in

reiernng to the Moscow split, ex experts
perts experts believed his "Stalinist" la.

bel referred particularly to Vf M.

mmoiov, lormer Soviet foreign

minister.

MolotOV. a lonc-tima Stalinist

who has been a Tito foe since
Yugjslavia broke with Moscow in

i48, is Deneved to be the leading
opponent of any relaxation of Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's iron control ever its satel satellites.
lites. satellites.

While MolOtOV is out as Snviot

Foreign Minister, he is still a

memoer of tne ruling Presidium
and presumably in a position to
exercise his influence nn Snviat

policies.

On the other side are said to
be ranced Khrushrhrv tha rum.

munist Party "boss," and Soviet

rremjer Nikolai A. BulgMin. Ex Experts
perts Experts here believe this team,
which let Poland cat. auinv with

a partial break from Soviet con control,
trol, control, still are willing to make
some concessions to the satellites
despite the Hungarian episode.

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Some 350 men and 260 women
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American Ho el Assn at tha waak-.

long meeting. Albert Pick Jr. of
Chicago, generar chairman of the
congress, said "International good goodwill
will goodwill is the principal purpose of our
Washington meeting."

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Prier-Hamilton Capsize Lewis-Wilder In Mido Multifort Tournament

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA HI NEWSPAPER

Zazzali-Buccolo Upset
Morland-Maduro Team

: OThe first round matches in the 15th annual Mido
Multifort golf tourney at the Brazos Brook Country
Club were completed over the week-end with one
exception that being the clash between French French-McGilberry
McGilberry French-McGilberry and Staats-Dave Brown.

These team had finished all
even fter 18 holes of play and
Will meet again this week.
Dr. Vern Prier, a re-tread from
"the golden days of Isthmian
Rolf .partnered by Gene Hamlin,
froVMed the blgge upset when
they, defeated the canal pilot
team of capt. Bill Lewis and
Capt. Al Wilder.
Many were of the opinion that
ihe four strokes which the ulti ultimate,
mate, ultimate, winners had to concede to
their opponents were too large
task but they rose to the occa occasion
sion occasion manfully.
'j The maitch was all even on
jhe 18th green when Hamlin
link his putt for a par four
While the losers were taking a
.bogey five. ;
& The Navy team of Zazzall Zazzall-fSuccolo
fSuccolo Zazzall-fSuccolo sprung a minor surprise
hen they defeated Morland and
iitaduro.
91
f Nelson and Dick Brown were
fclmost longshot winners as they
4ook one of the favorite teams
So win the tournament, Comp
ion-peRaps, to the last hole.
; The results:
Stlrewalt -Math leson over
Meisineer-Papio. 2 and 1.
iT Zazzali-Buccolo over Morland-
Jladuro, 3 and 2.
J! McDermdtt-Kemp over Fran-tey-Meehan,
1 up.
"f; French McGilberry all even
With' Staats-Dave Brown.
Roth-Johnson over Gump-Ar-Btitage,
2 and 1.
i Compton-DeRaps over Nelson Nelson-fjlck
fjlck Nelson-fjlck Brown, one up.
Prier-Hamlin over Lewls-Wild-W,
1 up.
Second round matches:
i Stirewalt-Mathieson vs. Huldt-
ulst-De Boyrle.
1 Zazzali-Buccolo vs. Raymond Raymond-Toledano.
Toledano. Raymond-Toledano. McQermott-Kemp vs. Day-Ellon
Bell.
Winner of French-McGilber-
How
Teams Fared
mi Tennessee, defeated Missis Missis-W
W Missis-W alPPi. 27-7.
S Oklahoma, defeated Missou Missouri,
ri, Missouri, 7-14.
I Michigan State, lost to Min Min-I
I Min-I nesota, 14-13.
4 Georgia Tech, defeated Ala Ala-I
I Ala-I bama, 27-0.
J Texas A and M, defeated
Rice, 21-7.
Oh'o State, lost to Iowa, 6-0.
Iowa, defeated Ohio State,
I -.
I Miami, defeated Clemaon,
21-0.
Syracuse, defeated Colgate.
6H7.
ll Michigan, defeated Indiana,
49-26.
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Football Game
May Have Delayed
Bavasi Resignation
MONTREAL, NOV. 19 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A football game may have de de-laved
laved de-laved E. J. (Buzzv) Bavasi, vice-
president of the Brooklyn Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, from stepping down as pres
ident of the Montreal Royals
baseball club.
Bavasi told the United Press
that reports he was ready to re resign
sign resign as president of the Dodgers
icop farm club were "premature."
At first he flatly denied he plan planned
ned planned to give up the post to which
he was named following the
death of president Hectbr Ra Racine
cine Racine last spring, but then a a-mended
mended a-mended that, saying, "Let's say
the reports are premature."
Club officials met Saturday
morning, ostensibly to re-name
Rene Lemyre as general manag manager
er manager and also to reluctantly ac accept
cept accept Bavasi's resignation. But
because moat of the members of
the Royals executive office were
anxious to attend the final foot
ball playoff game between the
Montreal Alouettes and the
Hamilton Tiger-Calts, the meet-
irr was adjourned until Janu
ary Deiore euner action was
taken.
"Besides, that gives me an
Qthff txcuse to make a trip to
Montreal," Bavasi reportedly
told -his fellow executives.
Increased duties with prooWvn
are said to be the reason for Ba
vasi's imminent resignation.
Accident Mars
Soccer Game
In a game marred by a serious
injury, Colegio Don Bosco yes
terday won a time-shortened
soccer game from Paraiso, 1-0.
Jose (Bomberito) Arosemena,
playing for Paraiso, suffered a
broken right elbow and was
sent to Gorgas Hospital. He may
be transferred today to Santo
Tomas.
The game was called off at
paraiso Field after the accident.
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Manito Bernard

Signs 2-Year
Pro Loop Pact
MANITO BERNARD
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Tnfielder Manito Bernard of
the champion chesterfield club
nf thp Panama Pro League has
signed a two-year contract with
the Smokers to make him "the
first Pro Loop player ever to Ink
a pact for more than one season,
tne cneserneiu iron win im imported
ported imported today.
Bernard, an lnfielder who is
equally at home at second base
or shortstop, has been with the
club since the 1947-48 season.
A flashy, but dependable
fielder, the 26-year-old Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian has teamed up with
veteran shortstop Frank Aus Austin
tin Austin over the years to form one
of the most spectacular key.
stone combinations in the his history
tory history of the loop.
Manito enjoyed his best sea season
son season locally last season when he
batted a heaitny :a pusneu n
runs acrOss the plate, scored 22,
hit eieht two-baggers, and con
nected for three roundtrlppers.
The slim resident oi Panama
ntv' nranii o area broke imo
Pro League ball in 1846-47 with
the now defunct Cervecerla Na-
clonal team.
Last summer he was a regular
with the Havana Sugar Kings,
-m... in Tntnrnnt.inna.1 Leaeue.
fo? chesAieW In the Eight?
cTrlbbean Series played at m
Olympic Stadium in February
of this year.
The Smokers, which had
nosed out Spur Cola In a sudden-death
playoff game after
finishing the regular season In
a tie, was runner-up to Cuba s
formidable Cienfnegos team.
The smokers have also &n &n-nnnnrpH
nnnnrpH &n-nnnnrpH that field manager An
dv Cohen, who is scheduled to
arrive in Panama tomorrow
night, will hold a press confer-
ence at tne nome oi
president C. Eleta weanesaay
at 7 p.m. for the benefit of writ writers
ers writers who will cover the 1956-57
season wmcn gew uuuww.j
Dec. 5.
On The Alleys. .
BUSINESS WOMEN'S LEAGUE
ik.thv still Holds on to Lead
Despite the two poirtt defeat
handed the Abernathy team last
Mondav by the No Ml Diga
Lounge club the sportsmen are
still in the top position by
L.moll mirdn Of ItWO POintS.
Thelma Camoy dtokb we- w
barrier again by one pin nuwng
for a nice 501 for th Loungers.
Dependable Marge Rodgers was
high for the Abernathy team
with 443. ..
Mountain Dew held to a tie
for second by defeating the PAA
Flyers two to one. Millie Kelly
led the Dews with a fine 468
while ub Ann Simrak was tops
for the Flyers with a nice 460.
Boyd Brothers held on to their
share of second place by a simi similar
lar similar win over the faltering Pan Panama
ama Panama Clgarets Smokers Babe
Hewitt hit "her stride and rolled
her best for the season by hitting
for 491. Del peters iea tne omois omois-ers
ers omois-ers with 459.
The chev-Bulck team with two
blinds took two from the ast
place Salon Alex team. Helen
Blel was high for the car dealers
as she hit for 435. As usual Eva
Stinson led the Beauty Parlor
girls with a 455.
TEAM STANDINGS
Won Lost
Abernathy t 20 10
Mt. Dew 18 12
Boyd Bros 18 12
Pan. Cigs. 16 14
Chev-BUlck 14 16
A.A 13 17
No Mi Diga 12 18
Salon Alex 9 21
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GIFTED GIANT Frank Glfford of the New York Giants is
on his way to cleaning up National League offensive records.

Parry O'Brien Plans Set
For Three Months; After

That He Hasn't Decided

By OSCAR FRALEY
MELBOURNE, Nov. 19 (UP)
Lt. Parrv O'Brien of the VS. Air
Force is fairly certain what he'll
fee dolnpr the next three months
but liter that his plans are up
In the sky like the shot putt he
heaves regularly to astounding
world records.
Current developments are cer certain.
tain. certain. First he'll sleep the next
few weeks in the middle of a lit
tered equipment room, because
only there can he find privacy
from the disturbing snores of his
Olymoic teammates.
Next he'll set a new Olympic
record in the International
games, breaking his own 1952
mark of 57 feet, one and one
half inches. This is a cinch, be
cause only two other men have
shaded 60 feet in the shot put
while Parry has bettered 62 feet
a total of eight times and toss
ed it a fantastic 63 feet, two
inches.
Tour of Far Mast
After that he'll make a tour of
the Far East for the State De
partment and then he'll go home
to get discharged from tne Air
Force.
"My wife, Sandra, and I live
In a trailer," Parry said. "First
of all I'm going to get some rest
play some golf and try to break
80, do a bit of horseback riding
and try my hand at driving in
some sports car races."
What happens then is anybo
dy's guess, said the blue-eyed
(Riant who stands six-feet-three
and weighs 230 pounds.
"I might go into selling," he
said, discarding the night mas
he wears to keep light out of his
eyes while sleeping. "Or maybe
public relations.
Pro Football Beckons
But there are those who think
the former University of South
ern California athlete might go
into professional football.
He- was a freshman halfback
Abernathy Defeats
San Cruz Girl
Volleyball Team
On nf Panama's tonflieht
volley ball teams, Abernathy,
paced by Zonia Perez with 11
points, yesterday downed Gam Gam-boa's
boa's Gam-boa's Santa Crux crew in 2-of-3
sets. 14-16. 15-11. 15-12.
Betty Best, with 13 points,
stood out for the losers.
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at Southern California before
turning to track and only re recently
cently recently ran the 100-yard dash in
10.7. Two professional teams
have been after him with the
idea of making him into a line line-blsMflg
blsMflg line-blsMflg fullback.
O'Brien is rated among the
"sure winners" in the approach approaching
ing approaching Olympics and is expected to
pace an American sweep of the
shot put. His 63-foot heave was
equivalent among weight men to
a 3:40 mllo or a 17-foot pole
vault. Something, in other
words, which simply couldn't be
done.
Daniel Delgado
Central American
NBA Coordinator
By HERBERT MOISE
COLON Once again this

country has been moved into
the International sports spot spotlight
light spotlight as the incumbent president
of the Colon Boxing Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, Daniel Delgado Duarte was
named coordinator for Central
America of the international
governing body of boxing and
wrestling.
Delgado was delegate of the
Colon body to the last NBA con convention
vention convention held in Miami and Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, Cuba, just recently.
The complete minutes of the
convention, the acceptance of
the presidency by Floyd Stevens
and the Delgado nomination,
was made known in two separ separate
ate separate bulletins from NBA head headquarters
quarters headquarters reaching the Isthmus
yeslterday. Other information
relative to the upkeep and prog progress
ress progress of boxing was also included.
Recommendations on the new
ly NBA-accepted "five-point
must." which Colon will proba
bly adopt to keep abreast of tne
modern trend of boxing, also
were Included. A uniform meth
od of reporting fight results,
keeping track of suspensions and
rating of boxers was among the
recommendations from the home
office of the National Boxing
Association of America.
The Colon commission always
has been an active member of
this body but their colleagues in
Panama have not paid dues for
over five years and are thus con considered
sidered considered only as non-voting mem members.
bers. members. They are privileged to at
tend all NBA meetings but must
come up to date with their dues
to be able to vote on NBA poli policies.
cies. policies. Recently the Panama commis
sion met and, In an "attempt to
Improve boxing in this country,"
decided to study the rules and
regulations of the New York
State Athletic Commission. It Is
our opinion that these well-in
tentioned gentlemen are being
misled in their efforts. They are
a newly-appointed commission
and apparently do not know that
there Is a big difference between
NYSAC and NBA. The difference
is not only in the initials but al
so m policies and regulations in insofar
sofar insofar as the game is concerned.
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Easy Win

The Stud La Enea s classy
Pappy Flynn raced to an unex unexpectedly
pectedly unexpectedly easy victory yesterday
afternoon in the featured $750
seven furlong "Special" alt the
President Remon race track.
Ruben vasquez gave Pappa
Flynn a perfect ride. He re restrained
strained restrained the five-year-old chest chestnut
nut chestnut son of paggageno Il-Flin-dretta
off the pace until three
furlongs out where he advanced
with a sudden rush and was al already
ready already up with pacesetting Go Go-netino
netino Go-netino turning Into ihe home homestretch,
stretch, homestretch, in the run to the wire,
Pappa Flynn was much the
best, scoring by fully two
lengths.
Gonetino, which had raced
Embassy in;o submission, held
on to finish second three
lengths ahead of disappointing'
mutuels favorite Palmer. The
latter came up to finish third
after floundering, in the wet
track for more than half the
distance.
Pappa Flynn, a heavily back backed
ed backed second choice, returned $5
win.
Most of yesterday'3 races end ended
ed ended in thrilling finishes. One of
them even motivated a foul
claim that was disallowed. This
occurred when the native filly
Lady Edna outlawed Rabiblanco
in the one mile fifth race after
they had battled on almost even
terms most of the final quarter
mile.
Dlstlngo produced the day's
beat win odds when he suddenly
returned to "life" aftr being a
bad trailer for the last two
months. He rewarded hia faith faithful
ful faithful backers with $19 per i win
ducat.
Leading jockey Alfredo Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez was the only rider to score
more than once. He won with
Conquistador and Patan.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Love's G'rdle $6.80, $4.
2 Brisk $4.
SECOND RACE
1 Nacho $10, $4-
2 Julie $2.40.
First Double: $103.
THIRD RACE
1 Arrabalero $5, $3.
2 Morenote $3.60.
One-Two: $24.60
FOURTH RACE
1- Kalalu $3, $2.40. I
2 Certanen $3.20.
Quiniela: $7.
FIFTH RACE
1 Lady Edna $4.40, $2.80.
2 Rabiblanco $3.80.
SIXTH RACE
1 Distingo $19, $10.
2 Escorial $13.40.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Begonia $9.80, $4.40.
2 Gourmet $5.20.
Second Double:
EIGHTH RACE
1 Conquistador $9.20, $4.40.
2 Ebony $3.20.
Quin'ela: $7.
NINTH RACE
1 Pappa Flynn $5, $3.80.
2 Gonetino $7.20.
One-Two: $66.60.
TENTH RACE
1- Patan $3.60, $3.40.
2 Tiburon $6.40.
Texas U. Denies
Frank Leahy New
Athletic Director
AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 19 (UP)
University of Texas officials to today
day today denied a report that former
Notre Dame Coach Frank Lea Leahy's
hy's Leahy's appointment as athletic di director
rector director here would be announced
soon.
Claude Voiles, vice chairman
of the university board of re regents,
gents, regents, said "there Is absolutely
nothing to lt."
At Midland, Tom Sealy, chair chairman
man chairman of the regents, called the
report "absolutely unfounded.'.'
He said that Leahy "was con
tacted by some of our alumni
and lean tell you that some of
our alumni have contacted other
prominent coaches but nohodv,
including Mr. Leahy, has been
officially contacted.
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Football
SOUTH
F.S.U. 20, Miss. South. 19
Tenn. 27, Ole Miss. 7
Ga. Tech 27, Alabama 0
Tulane 13, Vanderbilt 6
Auburn 20, Georgia 0
Duke 26,' Wake For. 0
Miss. State 32, L.S.U. 13
W. Virginia 7, Furman 0
S. Carolina 13, Maryland 0
Tampa 21, Appalachian 7
Kentucky 33, Xavler 0
Geo. Wash 20, Citadel 0
Richmond 45, E. Caro. 7
Louisville 14, E.Ky. St. 6
Se La. Col. 20, NW St. Col. 15
Murray St. 34, ,W."-Ky. St 13
Emory-Hen 50, R-Macon 0
Fior. (Ala) 61, SE Mo. 13
Car-Newman 27, Maryv'le 14
Hamp-Syd 12, WashLee 0
Elon 20, Guilford 0
Woftord 39, W. Car. 7
FSU Frosh IS, Mi. Frosh 14
EAST
Pitts'gh 20, Army 7
Yaje 42, Princeton 20
Navy 34, Virginia 7
Syracuse 61, Colgate 7
Penn State 14, N.C. St. 7
Brown 21, Harvard 12
Rutgers 20, Wm.&Mary 6
Boston Col. 13, Boston U. 0
Pfenn 20, Columbia 6
Dartmouth 27, Cornell 14
Williams 27, Amherst 12
Springf d 27, Hofstra 9
Rochester 13, W.&J. 0
New Hamp. 28, Mass. 7
Kings (Pa) 24, Kings Pt. 0
Trinity 14, Wesleyan 7
E. Stroudsb'g 21, Kutzt'n 0
Albright 13, Scranton 7
Bethany 40, Grova C. 34.
Wash (DC) 36, Montci'r 13
Lehigh 27, Lafayette 10
Lycoming 33, Geneva 19
Tufts 53, Ifpsala 19
Westminster 48, Car. Tech 0
Gettysburg 21, F. & M. 0
Penn. Mill. 40, Lebanon 25
Lock Haven 33, Mansfield 7
Allegheny 24, Dickinson 19
Hobart 33, Buffalo 12
Delaware 14, Temple 7
Haversford 0, Swartmore 0
John Hopk. 7, W. Md. 0
Union 14, Hamilton 13
Drexel 20, Coast Guard 7
West Liberty 13; SlJ-Rock
Aann. Int. 24. L New Britain 7
Moravian 45. Wilkes 13
Edinboro 1, Cal. (Pa)
Juniata 33, Ursinus 6
New Haven 47, Bridgep't 18
West Pt. Plebes 13, Man. 12
MIDWEST
Iowa 6, Ohio State 0
Notre Dame 21, N. Caro. 14
Minnesota 14, Mich. St. 13
Illinois 13, Wisconsin 13
Northwestern 14, Purdue 0
Michigan 49, Indiana 26
Baylor 26, Nebraska 7
Ohio U. 17, Marshall 0
W. Reserve 46, Case
Hiram 25, Marietta 6
Wasn. (Mo.) 21 Butler 20
Lawrence 26, Monmouth 13
Upper la. 20, Buena Vista 13
Heidelberg 17, Akron 7
Ripon 48, Knox 0
N. Dak. St. 19, la. Tchrs 13
Wabash 7, Depauw 7
Carlaton 27, Cornell (la) IS
Findiay 23, Central St. 7
Capital 41, Otterbein 7
Parsons 34, Wartburg 20
Baker 42, Ottawa 12
Kan. State 32, la. State 6 :
Bradley 41, Valparaiso 6
W. III. 58, E. 111. St. 14
Wichita 14, Dayton 6
Franklin 41, Navy Pier 14
Luther 28, la. Wesleyan 6
111. Nor. 19, 111. Wes. 7
Dubuque 14, Simpson 14
Denison 35, Ohio Wes.
Kent St. 27, W. Mich 13

WILD CHASE ENDS IN TORRID

LOVE SCENE

The elemental romantic appeal of the sea, the surf and
the sand is being nsed with exciting results by Hollywood
movie-makers as a dramatic setting for big love scenes.
Bart Lancaster and Deborah Kerr gave a sizzling perform performance
ance performance on the Hawaii beach in "From Here To Eternity," and
Tab Hunter wooed Mona Freeman in similar torrid fashion
at the seaside in "Battle Cry." Now comes the beach clinch
to end all beach clinches with Robert Mitch um and inter international
national international beauty Ursula Thiess as the romantic couple. It
happened in Mexico as part of the script of "BANDIDO."
"BANDIDO" in CinemaScope and color OPENS AT THE LUX
ON NOVEMBER th f

Scores

St. Olaf 40, Grinnelf 14
Wooster 59, Oberlin 0
John Carroll 14, Wayne 14
S. 11. 28, N. IU. 13
Carthage 34, Augustan 19
Grac'd 40, Cent. Col. 9
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma 67, Missouri 14
Texas A&M 21, Rice 7
Arkansas 27, S.M.U. 13
T.C.U. 46, Texas 0
Tulsa 10, Texas Tech 7
SW chrs 14, E. Tex. St. 0
E. Ariz. JC 31, Phoenix 20
arleton 30, Arlington 7
Tex. West. 16, W. Tex. St. 13
Sw Tex. St. 14, E. Tex. St. 0
Okla A&M 25, Detroit 7
Houston 26, Panhandle 14
Trinity (Tex) 34, M'west
FAR WEST
Oregon State 14, Idaho 10
U.C.L.A. 13, Kansas 0
Colorado 21, Utah 7
Oregon 7, So. Cal. 0
Wash. 34, Stanford 1?
Wyoming 7, Brig-Young 6
Wash. St. 14, Calif. 13
Mont. State 54; Whitworth 0
New Mcx. W. 20, Adams St. 14
E. N. Mex. 28, Colo. West. 19
Boise 59, Wenatchee 6
Idaho St. 14, AF Acad. 7
New Mexico 14, Montana 13
U. of N. M. 14, Mont. St. 13
Pomona 39, Occidental 34
San Fran. St. 47, Chico 25
HIGH SCHOOL
Cor.il Gables 33, Jackson 0
S. Brow. 39, Cen. Cath. 0
Ft. Laud. 27, Mi. Beach
S. Dade 19, Key West 12
N. Miami 20, Curley 12
SERVICE
B'bridge NTC 19, Gt. Lakes 1
Quantico 7, Boiling AFB 6
Ft. Jackson 21, C. LeJeune 1
S.Die. Mar. 38, S.Die. NAS 6
Ft. Bliss 65, Ft. Carson 13
CANADIAN PRO
Montreal 48, Hamilton 41
LATA ICORIS
Grambling 52, Bluefd (WVa) 0
Delta (Miss) St. 34. Ark Tech 33
Northeast La. 7, La. Teen 0
Florence (Ala.) 61, S. E. Mo. II
Wofford 39, West. Carolina 7
Mo. Valley 27, Col of Emp'a 14
Ark. St. 27, Austin Peay 13
Tex. A&r7, Howard Payne
Texas Lutheran 33, Austin 14
Lamar Tech 34, Sul Ross 7
S. Hous'n St. 31, S.F. Austin
Ariz. St. 20, Arizona 0
New Mex. A&M 46, Neb Wes 6
Har'n-Sim'ns 20, Col. of Pac. II
San Jose St. 35, Cal. Poly 28
Pac. Unlv 18, Lewis-Clark 6
Fresno St. 50, S. Diego St. 7
Santa Barbara 33, Scr. St. O
Linfield 27, Sou. Oregon 18
NI6R0
Fla. A&M 34, Southern U. 6
Allen 19, Beth-Cook'n 0
Prairie View 12, Langston 0
Savannah St. 13, ClaflinS
Dela. St. 13, St. Aug'ne 13
Win-Salem 28, St.
Knoxville 27, Ala. A&M 20
Fisk 26, Moorhouse 9
Eliz. City 14, Norfolk .St. 8
Tenn State 40, Ky. State 0
Rust 0, Okolona 0
Jackson 20, Wiley 20
Alcorn 57, Tougaloo 0
Butler 25, Leland 7 m
Miss. Voc. 46, Lane
Md. State 14, Shaw 13
Howard 24, Lmvtagaton 6
Fayetteville 25, JC Smith 8
IN "BANDIDO"

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MONDAY NOVEMBER 19, 19S

Gridiron Foundry Out With East's Top Prospect

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) In one of
the superior lines hammered out
Vt a mom her nf thf nfWSDaOer

profession, college football was dev

sertoea as a game onginam m m-veftted
veftted m-veftted to keep coal miners off the
streets on Saturday afternoon
Through the years college ath athletic
letic athletic press agentry to the con contrary
trary contrary a long and remarkable
line of huge young men hav made
this statement ring true. There
was, for example,, the press con conference
ference conference called by a Big Ten school
to ballyhoo a bruising All-America.
The tub thumper quoted his schol scholastic
astic scholastic average.
Then the boy began to answer
questions. It was plainly apparent
that he was having considerable
difficulty with even one-syllable
words. The meeting drawing to a
close, the dropi beater once more
stressed the lad's scholastic mar margin.
gin. margin. But he didn't convince any anybody
body anybody that he was dealing with
anything more than the combat combatant's
ant's combatant's rushing average.
A football writer called on a king

sized Southeast Conference Atl-A-1

merica is his home town- in Fetm
trli.ania lt Pnnrcp

"I like school," commented thej

athlete, "but I'm having .troume

with English. They even gave me

a special course a reading course
son of. But I have trouble reading.
The physical education courses are
easy. I'm great on theories of foot

ball coaching.

It Is because of hard-to-believe
situations of this kind, brought on
by high pressure football, that
Gelnn Trout is entitled to several
rounds of applaue. Trout is a Gen

eral Electric plant foreman- in

Schenectady, and be leads the

many wrapped up In his 17-year

old son, Gary.
As an end for Mont Pleasant
High of Schenectady, young Trout,
all six feet 'three and a half inches
and 210 pounds of him, astounds
people with catches and all-round
play. He also performed at quar quar-terback
terback quar-terback ami fullback. He is a sprin sprinter
ter sprinter in track, a basketball letter letter-man
man letter-man and a right-hand power bit bitting
ting bitting outfielder attracting ma j o r
league baseball scouts.

Notre Dame alumni are taking

Trout tn South Bend. Yale men

alreadv have taken care of this
item. Several bther seats of learn

ing are in the picture.
Rut Garv nossesses considerably

more than exceptional athletic ta talent.
lent. talent. He carries nearly a straight

A scnoiastic. average.

1 "1 insist, that he znest tn a col

lege where students come ahead of
football players." says the ehler

Trout. I don t want my ooy play

ing lor a toowau wunory wnus
taking one of those rug-weaving

rcourses.

"We've heard all about tnosc

football places. The boy can't
take a stiff scholastic schedule
and compete. So he takes some ea easy
sy easy courses. That's not for Garv,
anH his hieh school coach. Larry

iMulvaney, knows it. He tells any

! college people who call that my

boy is interested only is i top
flight scholastic school."
Glenn Trout feels so strongly
on this subject that he even men-
tmnc the suhieet. nf his son WOrkitlJ

his way through a good school.

Trout s idea manes it piain mav.
with the accomplished student who
plays well, pressure recruiting b
fimc t. timp Trout, read, for ex

ample, the magazine piece in winch
Ron Kramer of Michigan is quoted
as saying that he had to drop ac accounting
counting accounting in favor of an easier sche schedule.
dule. schedule. This line of thinking is rather
dangerous to the pressure groups
j If it establishes a trend, anything
could happen.
I Even amateur football.

kvm

by

DUKE could have finessed itself

right out of (he Orange Bowl

last spring yet ... by snubbing

scheduled game wilh Clemsou to

squeeze Georgia Tech on the 68

I slate ... leaving Clemsou free

romp through the Atlautic Coast
Conference unbeaten ...

Tip to Chicards: check your f rit

Giant films for weaknesses ... be

cause New York lent them to Pitt Pittsburgh
sburgh Pittsburgh to get the Steeitrs ready
for their ieusts with tha Cardinals.
In his years as a pro, Giant
quarterback Charley Conerly, 32
years old (listed i going on 36. ig ignored
nored ignored anything written about him...
until he reported for training camp
this season and took the Gant
publicity man aside: "I'm getting
tired of hearing them call me 'the
old pro.' I wish you'd do something
about it." ...

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II

by,
JOE WILLIAMS

Young Floyd Patterson and his retinue couldn't even be
talked into staying over to watch Yale and Princeton decide
the Ivy League football championship. That shdws you how
desperately determined they are.
"Actually," confided Dan Florio in a shy aside, as ( the
Chicago train was announced, "I'd rather see 'em wrestle
Mr Florio Is one- of the ring's more competent trainers.
His immediate assignment is to get the 21 -year-old former
Olympic battler fiddle-fit for the 40-yearoW Archie Moore on
NVThis contest Is designed to fill the vacuum created by the
titlrement of Rocky Marciano -some months ago. Patterson
eiualified by winning a split decision over Hurricane (Every (Everybody
body (Everybody Two Step) Jackson; Moore, by having lost to Marciano
In the champion's bow-out fight.
An interesting parallel between the ring and political tra tradition
dition tradition is to be noted here. Just as Adlal Stevenson became
the leader of the minority party as a reward for Betting his
delicately sculptured ears pinned back, so did Moore assume a
corresponding position In his profession when Marclahos home home-run
run home-run swing knocked him out of the park.
The Vagabond King made a thrilling fight against Mar Marciano,
ciano, Marciano, but for all that he was well beaten; m thelargon of
the trade, Rocky "left him for dead in nine heats s mke
him a second-rater, yet whoever is to win the heavyweight
championship must first beat him. As a measure of class in
the division this, of course, is not impressive, but it will have
to do until something better comes along.
THE DOCS DISAGREE
Patterson, with his speed, boxing finesse f" lf
not dynamic, punching, is the most promising of the prospects,
a group limited in number as well as. m potentials.
On the debit side, Patterson lacks experience and In any
tituatfon calling for improvisation and fistic ad-libbing Moore
would Sake Wm look infantile;, he has been dropped and got gotten
ten gotten uputhfschn still remains untested by heavypower.
?Yhen there is the condition o! h"ght hand, Wured
in the Jackeon 15-rounder last June. Has the break-had suf sufficient
ficient sufficient time to heal properly for fighting PP Would
it have been wiser to defer Moore until next summer i
ThesV are questions only the fight itself can answer. In
treatrac a metacarpal fracture ot this nature there are two
Shoo? thought. One favor, surgery. The other would leave
it to father time. . and calcification.
Patterson's personal physician ruled against an operation.
Recent X-rays show that a thick, fibrous substance haj form formed
ed formed "round the splintered bone in a sort df protective sheath,
andThe fighter? physician insists he has nothing to worry
abThe cutlery advocates do not quarrel with tiwjeture-do-it
theory per se. Their dissent concerns the length of time
considered most prudent to full recovery. Because of the severe
pressures involved, they contend fighters need from eight to
10 months minimum. Patterson has had but five
Mr. Florio, however, professes to be totally untroubled.
"Moore's jaw ain't no fire plug, in case you don t know.
It ain't no cream puff, either.
Y7 ....
ROCKY IN RESERVE?
The fighters' contracts do not call for a return match.
This Is contrary to D3C procedure, likewise managerial custom.
Momentarily, a decision is expected to be handed down on the
government's charge that Jim Norris & Co. run a monopoly.
Would this be explanation?
Another thought suggests itself; if Marciano should renege
on his retirement. . as many other sports champions have
dene. . a return clause would complicate matters no little.
It goes without saying thai the Chicago winner wouldn't have
te be asked twice to share a rich outdoor date with Mr. Biceps
of Brockton next summer.
And the last time we talked with Rocky. . which was less
than a week ago. . we thought him. evasive on the comeback
subject; it wasn't what he said, or didn't say. but the smoke smoke-HOTn7j.(!u
HOTn7j.(!u smoke-HOTn7j.(!u Willi vv.jcn n.u leaped m amiitier w ;

Last of four dispatches en the
Olympic Games written for NIA
Service and
The Panama American
By FRANK SAMPSON
NEA Special Correspondent
MELBOURNE (NEA) Unless
something unforeseen occurs, the
United States should do as well in
the Olympic Games which start
here Nov. 22 they did at Helsinki
in 192.

Despite gloomy predictions about
Russian strength is seems im impossible
possible impossible for anybody to beat what
Coach Jim Kelley has called "the
finest track and field team we
have sent to the Olympics so far."
In 1952, we took 40 firsts to the
Russians' 22. In track and field
we had 14 athletes winning. They
had none. And track and field is
the heart and soul of the Olym Olympics.
pics. Olympics. The fringe events gymnas

tics or women's track do not

Tip to pro scouts: the top perform performing
ing performing tackle in the South this season
is unknown Billy Hudson, a 245 245-pound
pound 245-pound broth of a former Philly de defensive
fensive defensive back Bob Hudson ...
A college agent just back from
canvassing Pennsylvania talent is
convinced they grow 'em tough
in the coal belt ... was passing an
alley when he beard a kid whimper whimpering
ing whimpering for an ice cream cone ... stop stopped
ped stopped long enough to hear the kid's
father growl: "Aw, shaddup your
crying and finish your beer." ...
Notre Dame's sophomore line,
men may be misleading the Irish
to a disastrous season ..1 but Min Minnesota's
nesota's Minnesota's still unhappy because two

of them got away Bronko Nagurs Nagurs-ki,
ki, Nagurs-ki, Jr., and Bob Wetoska .. another
tackle and end are just what the
Gophers could use ...
After every Penn game, Coach
Steve Sebo has to account to his
five-year-old at home ... like after
the Navy game ... "How'd you do,
Dad?" ... "Lost." ... "How many
touchdowns they score?" "Sev "Seven"
en" "Seven" .. "That means I get seven
kicks." ... Adds Sebo with a wince:
"Thev hurt, too." ...
Paul Anderson, the Olimplc
weightlifter who pulls out arm
rests to squeeze into airplane seats
has company ... it's standard oper operating
ating operating procedure with Herman Hick Hickman
man Hickman every time he boards a plane.

This Is the year homesick foot-

Ska

Sports Briefs

man of the 1955 tourney, said
he hoprs the tournament will be
resumed in Fort Wayne in 1938.

weight fighter." Ashman said.
"I wouldn't sleep all night."

I STORRS. Conn., Nov. 19 (UP)
ihe University of Connecticut
i football team needs only 127
: yards to equal the school msrk
of 1,99ft yards gained rushkig

and halfback Lenny King neeos
only 93 yards to equfll tee indi individual
vidual individual school record of 761 yards.

CHICAGO (UP Manager Bob
Schefflng announced Thursday
that George Wyatt has signed as'
a coach with the Chicago Cubs.
Myatt coached with the Chicago,
White Sox the last two years.

FORT WAYNffi. Ind iUP

I The PGA Fort Wayne Open golf
; will not be played here nest year
i because so many other tourn.v
! ments have been scheduled in
; the Mid-west. Ed Dollsop, chalr-

MELBOURNE. Nov. 17 1UP1
Onnnar Ahsman. Six foot, one-

inch Swedish heavyweight In the

O.'vmplcs, was reJleveo tooav to
discover that Rnss'a's sever -foot,
two-inch Yen's rumirtsh
was a basketball player.
"I thought he was a htavy-

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with Ann Sheridan
- Also:
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Robert Taylor In
"RnE. VAQUERO!"
Mickey Roonev fa
"THE STRIP"

10

Charley Conerly

play passes without end Gern Nag Nag-lur
lur Nag-lur of the Cards registering a beef
to the officials that he was inter interfered
fered interfered with by secondary defend
ers ... "What the heck,' shrugs
(.tern, "it Keeps them on their toes.
And eventually they're going to
call one your way." ...
Now it's the pro basketballers
who're talking of a players' union
... wondering why they should play
18 exhibition tilts for free ...
Between you'n'me, National Fo
ball League coaches tip each oth
er off before the annual draft of

(collegians which ones are already

rewed Up for Canada ... but then
double check each other's veracity.

measure in importance. But they 1 ball players come into their own

issue medals for these events, too
and the ever-present point sys system
tem system includes them.

Looking at track and field, you

trained U. S. aggregation aow in

Melbourne.

Buddy Cruie got homesick tor
hometown Knoxville and left SMU
after one quarter to seek, and f in

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for upsiaie
seler, who bad Us duds all packed
to return home ... but was talked
out of it add became the Hurri Hurricanes'
canes' Hurricanes' big blow ...
The reason one of the nation s
undefeated teams scarcely ever
throws Is a closely guarded secret:
the quarterback di s 1 0 c a t e d a
l..,.M.. in aarlv HPASOtl and Can t

SUVUIUW
lift his arm above shoulder level.
Football players re taking the
cue from their baseball brethren
and learning it pays to moan to the
referees., for instance, scarcely a

In the 100 meters, Bobby Mor Morrow,
row, Morrow, Thane Baker and Ira Mur Mur-chison
chison Mur-chison are the swiftest set of
sprinters we ever haw sent to the
Olympics. In the 200-meter event,
Morrow, Baker and Andy Stan Stan-field
field Stan-field stand cut. Morrow, the 6-1.

165-pound Texan, should qualify as
the fastest human ever seen in the

Olympics. He breaks records al

most casually. He qualified for the

iuu wiui lu.z, wmcn is toe world
record.
In the 400 meter run we have
Lou Jones th 21 vair.nll nr

from Manhattan College. He did'

in me fan-American Games,
then 45.2 in Olympic trials, both
world recorls.
Air Force Lt. Jim Lea, former
Southern Cal star, and Villanova's
Charley Jenkins, who have done
45.8 and 46.1 for the 440-yard run,
indicate we can sweep this event.
In the 800' meters, we have Ar Ar-nie
nie Ar-nie Sowell, the sriioof' and swift
striding Pitt star. His main chal challenge
lenge challenge was expected to come from
Roger Moens of Belgium. But Tom
Courtney, the GI from Fordham

defeated Sowell in the trials with

a 1:46.4 American record. Now it

is Deiween sowell and Courtney.
In the 110-meter hiah hnrriu

Lt. Jack Davis is back and would

Carolina College, who has done
13.6. Joel Shankle of Duke it also
here to give us another probable

sweep

Dick Jamleson
Tops Small College

Total Offense
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UP) -PrarfWie
nip. JamieFon opened

up big leads today in the race

lor smau conene numi
offense and passing.
The 190-pound sophomore,
who completes his season a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Valparaiso this week-end,
completed 15 of 27 passes for 347
yards In last Saturday's 33-27
victory over Washington of St.
Louis to give him a season's total
nftvnao fie-urp of 1604 yards on

be favored, except for the presH185 plays. Jamleson also leads In
ence of Lee Calnum of North; passing with 79 completions, IB

touendowns ana io yams.

Bill EngelbrlRht of Omaha Is

second to Jamleson in toiai 01 01-fense
fense 01-fense with 1398 yttrds while Bob
Webb of St. Ambrose Is second in
passing with 77 completions, 14
touchdowns and 1278 yards.
Bill Rhodes of Colorado West Western
ern Western tops the rushers with 1075
yards In 117 carries followed by
Norm Jarock of St. Norbert and
Walt Livingston of Heidelberg
each with 1000 yards gained. Bob
Martin of Bates leads the rent renters
ers renters with 99 points, followed by
Al Frailer of Florida A&M with
06
Road Trip Path
To Too Slandinos
For Minneapolis 5
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UP) -As
far as the Minneapolis Lakers
art concerned, a road trip Is just
a path leading toward the top
of the standings.
The Lakers, who have only
one home vlctorv so far in the
young National Basketball Asso Association
ciation Association season, racked up their
fourth road trlumnh Thursday,

Z S-.Sh3. "L wilhta one g7me of the lead in

.ni h..wh.7i i j tn" we.rrn DlWrfon.
fitin 8 a i, S.0WU1i ,Dd In 0 h e r Trwrsdav nlsht
lifting are not beyond reach eith- Umes. the Philadelohin Wnr-
cr( t. 1 .... rlora rallied to beat the Roches-
But in the bread-and-butter de-iter Royals. 92-83 at Fershev. Pn.
partment-track and field it may and the Fort Wayne Pistons held
be reported that it looks as if al- p ber tb- rt-on Celtics
vars hw favorable for America, i 98-W, at Port Wayne.

Tha Russians should have taken
this year's 400-meter hurdles. But
Glenn Davis, Ohio State, develop developed
ed developed so quicklydoing a record 49.
5 and Eddie Southern of Texas
(49.7) came .rom nowhere to give
us the edge. They pushed Marine
Josh Culbreath, our ace, to No. 3
man.
In the relays, this above group
can combine to take an race they
enter.
Charley Dumas, the 19-year-old
Compton, Calif., Junior College
star, gives us the high jump with
his over seven-foot talents. We
hav three broad jumpers who
have done over 26 feet. We have
in Bob Richards the finest pole
vaulter in the universe. Parry
O'Brien and Bill Nieder take care
of the shot put. Rafer Johnson
should win the decathlon, Fortune
Gordien the discus.
Past this, we start to run shy
of talent. The longer Olympic dis

tance events the 1,500, 5,000 and

10,000-meter runs are out of our
reach. John Landy of Australia
should take the 1,500. Sandor Iha Iha-ros
ros Iha-ros of Hungary is 5,000 and 10,000 10,000-meter
meter 10,000-meter favorite.
In othet events, you can look

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL tOTTERY OF BBttFICfNC!

' PANAMA, REPUBLIC Of PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbefs in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1967, Sunday, November 18, 1 956

rf

The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises thetwo serlw "A" and "BH
First Prize 2677 $ 44,000.00

0708

7103

Second Prize

Third Prize

$ 13.200 00
$ 6,600 00

4 In

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

'4

No

Prlm

0977
0177
M77
M77
M77
6S77

132.00
132.00
132.00
1.12.00
1.12.00
132.00

0077 2.200.00

077T 132 00

132 00
132.00

MH7

0977

So
1077
1177
1277
13T7
1477
1577
1077
1777
1877
1077

I 7
132.06
132.00
13200
132.00
132.00
132.00
2.200.00
132.00
132.00
132.00

No
2077
2177
2277
2377
2477
2577
2677
2777
2S77
2977

Prlics
S

1.12.00

132 0(1

132.00

132.0
132.0

132.00 3577

44.000.00 j 3677
U2.M 3777
132 00 j 3877
1S2.WI3977
V

3077
3177
S277
3377
3477

Prlis
I". ...
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
2.200.00
132.00
132.00
132.00

No
4077
4177
4277
4377
4477
4K77
4677.
4777
4877
4077

Prlaas
' 132.06
132.06
1.12.06
132.06
132.06
132.00
2.200.04
132.00
132.00
132 00

No
5077
1177
5277
5377
S477
5577
5677
5777
5677
5977

triata
133.60
132.00
132.00
132.60
132.06
132.00
2.260.00
132.00
132.06
132.00

a.
6077
6177
6277
6377
6477
6S77
6477
6777
6877
677

132.60
132.06
132.06
132.60
132.06
122.66
2,200.00
132.00
132.00
132.06

Ha
7677
7177
7277
7377
7477
7S77
7677
7777
7877
7977

Pi us' I Nv
132.66 8(77
132.66 8177
132.66 I 8277
132.66 i 8377
132.00 8477
132.00 8577
2,260:00 i 8077
132.00 I 8777
1.12.00 8877
132.00 8077

Prtie Ns
' 132.00 1077
132.03 8177
132.66 0277
13I.K 0377
132.00 9477
132.06 9577
2.206.00 j 6077
132.00 ; 9777
132.00 9877
132.00 9677

Prtaar
132.06
122.04
132.06
1.12.00
132.06
132.00
2.200 09
132.00
13.00
132.00

Approximations Derived From first Prize

hiv it

' i i i .. i Jj. lmmmmtmmtm , , ,
2668 440.60 I 2676 (40.06 1 2872 448.06 I 2674 440.00 2676 44046 I 2676 444.66 I 2081 440 00: I 2683 440.00 I 7MK 440.no
2609 446.00 I 2671 446,60 1 2673 446.86 I 2675 446.00 2678 446.66 I 2680 446.66 I 2R82 440.00 I 2644 444.66 1 2686 440,60

Approximaiions Derived From Second Prize

I -S t I V. I 4' i
1768 226.66 2708 224.66 f 3748 22446 4764 226.06 1768 226.64 6744 224.66 7768 220.60 I 8768 236 66 1 9706 226.00
6699 116.66 0701 116.60 6763 116.00 6765 116.60 0707 116.66 0710 11646., 0712 HO W I Oil It 0.00 1 6718 110.06
6766 116.66 6782 110.06 6764 11466 0706 116.06 0709 11646 6711 116.66 0713 '110.00 07tr, 110.66 1 0717 110.00
i iii i i i i I i i i i I i I i I ,i ii.

Approximation? Derived From fhird Prize

X .J S 8 $' -I 8 8 i
6103 132 00 1103 132.66 tMW 132.66 3163 132.66 4103 132.66 8161 1S2.H 6103 132 46 I 8163 132.66 6163
7664 884 8 7666 88.60 7668 88.00 7100 88.06 7162 88.86 4l43 88.66 7167 88.60 7169 89 00 j 7111
7095 88.00 I 70(7 88.00 I 76(1 88.00 7161 88.00 7161 88.64 I TIN 88.66 7108 84.66 1 7116 8844 I 7112

t
132.04
88.04.

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were soM at: First and Second in Panama, Third in Chiriqul.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 7 and not included in the above list win Forty-Four Dollars UM) each.
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided In two serielA" As "B'' of 22 pieces each.

Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative Of The Treasury, JOSE OUILLERMO AIZPTJ

WIENESSES: Julio Alvarado Carbone, Ced. 47-607788
Lupo Peres, Ced. No. 47-11855

JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notario Public. Panama

RAFAEL TERAN A.,
Secretary

MSTC. tha winning tickets With the laat clphoi and with tha (we laal
rlV I w. ciphers apply only to the First Prize.
The sum Prize and the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drawn, sepaiately. The ap approximations
proximations approximations are calculated on tha First, Second and Third Prizes In case
a beket should carry the numbers of each prize, the bolder ts entitled to
iaim payment for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, November 18, 1956
Drawing Number 668
Fraction Ticket
First Prize 77 $11.00 220.00
Second Prize. .... 08 3.00 60.00
Third Prize . 03 2.00 40.00

Hah of Ordinary Drawing No. 1968 which will take

place November 25, 1956
The prize, will be paid In accordance wltb Ihe Official List ol Panam in

the offices of the National Beneficent Lottery situated an Central Avenue J

Divided IB two aeries of 22 fracUons each denominated A and "B" I

MUST PRIZk
1 First Prize. Series A aid a. oi vu uuu.uou each series
1 Second Priaa, Series A and U ol 8.600.0m each series
J Third Prtee. Series A and B, of 3 300 00 each aeries
18 ApproximaUopa. Series A and B ol 220 00 each seriaa
8 Prizes. Seriaa A and B ot U0040 each series
90 Prizes. Sefies A and B nf fifi no. urh ink

KW prizes. Series A and h of 22 00

each series

SKCOND PtUte
II Approximations Series A and B at I 35 On each sense

a Prizes Series A and B of 1 10 00 each

44.0O0Ut

13.

7.920
19.800

ll.amo-4

19. BOO 00-

a i.ysbw,
1.0800

rHiao raiza
laApproiimatlona Series A and B ot I 4(W each Sanaa
Prizes. Series A and U of tS 00 each series

I 1.MMW
1.188.00

1074 Prizes fOI AJ

Price of a whole ticket $22.00
Price of o forty-fourth part .50

$148,132 00

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Panama Honored
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' NEW YORKA capacity crowd
filled the auditorium of New
York City College last Friday for
a program sponsored by tne
Spanish Club in honor of the
reyublic of Panama.
Gueslt sneaker was Dr. Eduar-
do Rltter Aislan. a member of
the Panama delegation to the U.
N. General Assembly, who spoke
on Panama's educational system
and the program Instituted by
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr.
Another speaker was Dr. Ma
nuel Mendez Guardia. also a
member of the Panama delega
tion, who thanked the gathering
for their deferences toward pan
ma.
The program also Included the
dancing of the Panamanian folk
dance, the tamborito, by Henry
Kourany, former president of
the Panama Union of University
Students, a documental film on
Panama and performances by a
number of outstanding artists.
Among the Panamanians who
ft'
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FOR SALE

Household
FOR SALE: AH furniture of a
residence because of traveling.
Phono 3-0791.
BECAUSE owner in States, will
atli little mad. Servel refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator with freexer top, any cycle.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR SALE: Morex gas stove 4
burners and oven. Leaving Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Phona Lacana, Rodman
333$.
FOR SALE: Console radio with
3 -speed record player. 0940
Amador Rd. 2-3589
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Frigidaire
refrigerator, flood condition $60;
also Hi-Fi record player, table
model. 0599-A, Ancon. Phone
2-6362.
FOR SALE: Dining room table
with S chain, Philippine Rattan
living room let. All excellent
condition. Phone Balbee 2833.
FOR SALE: Peruvian crystal,
Chinese furniture, refrigerator
$35., misc. items. Call Balboa
2-1405.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
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da Florida until you have seen the de delightful
lightful delightful city of Cleerwatar, on
the west coast of Florida. For in information,
formation, information, write or visit DOUG DOUGLAS
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Cleveland, Clearwater, Florida.
Search Is Pressed
For Missing Pair
After Plane Fails
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19 (VP)
Helicopters and rescue boats
scoured the Potomac river south
of here early today for signs of
a hlgh-rar4&ng ottlcai of the
National security council and an
ait Force major, missing in the
cra,an 01 a smaii plane.
The plane, an At? Force L L-Z6
Z6 L-Z6 Aero Commander, crashed
In the Potomac about 20 miles
south of here last night after
its pilot radioed Washington's
Boiling Air Force Base at 6:25
p.m. he was "in trouble."
no lurtner information on
the cause of the crash was Im Immediately
mediately Immediately available. The pilot,
M Lt. Richard B. Perlich, 36, of
McLean, Va., swam ashore and
was under sedation at the Boil Boiling
ing Boiling Field hospital for shock and
exposure. He had no physical in injuries.
juries. injuries. Missing In the crash were
Maj. Gen. James C. Selser Jr.,
44, of New Orleans, deputy di director
rector director of the net evaluation
subcommittee of the top-level
National Security Council, and
Ma, Jose Blondet, 34, of Gua Gua-yama,
yama, Gua-yama, Puerto Rico, command commander
er commander of the 1104th Flight Squad Squadron
ron Squadron at Boli:ng.
The three were the nlane's
oniy occupants.
A board of officers will be ap
pointed to investigate the crash
and will question the pilot when
he is able to talk some time to
day.
A Boiling Field spokesman
said the plane was en route from
Dobbins Air Force Base, Atlas,
ta, Qa., to Boiling when it
crashed. The accident occurred
near Fort Washington, Md., a a-bout
bout a-bout 20 miles south of Washing
ton and almost directly across
the Potomac from Mount Ver Vernon,
non, Vernon, George Washington's man mansion
sion mansion in Virginia.
attended the program were Vir-
gino Finzon, George Westerman
Miss Rose Marie Domlnguez and
otners.
Arturo Hassan A.
Showing At Your Service
BALBOA 6:15 8:20
Air-Condltioned
PARAMOUNT PRESENTS
ALFRED
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Tues. "The Come On"
PARAISO 6:15 8:40
"Benny Goodman Story"
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 4-doer Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Deluxe with power glide.
Balboa 2148..
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac Six
Sedan, hydramatic $1195. 0922
Amador Road. 2-2984.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4-dr. Sedan, 3600 miles,
special paint and white sidewall
tires $1850 Phone Balboa 3026.
FOR SALE: '50 Hillman, good
mechanical condition. Justo Aro Arose
se Arose men a Ave 46-40, from 12
noon to 1 :30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Red Singer
Roadster. Phone Balboa 3700.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
"Montclair" hardtop, excellent
condition, 13,200 miles, radio.
Mercomatlc drive,' power brakes
and all extras, $2200. Phone
Kobbe 3272.
FOR SALE: 1950' Ford V8 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good condition, duty paid.
Phone Rodman 3769 or Albrook
2166.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Taunus
like new. Call Stempel 3-0319.
FOR RENT: One or two fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished rooms,
private bath, flaraga, new house,
near bus line. Phone 3-2147 aft after
er after 6 p.m.
Kefauver's Crime
Committee Counsel
Dies In New York
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UP)
Rudolph Halley, 43, counsel for
Sen. Estes Kefauver's Senate
crime investigating committee in
its televised hearings in 1950 and
1951. died at Mount Sinai Hospital
at 8:15 a.m. today.
He had been hospitalized for a
month with an ailment of the pan pancreas.
creas. pancreas. Physicians said last week
that he was too ill to undergo
necessary surgery.
The young attorney with his heavy-rimmed
glasses and slight lisp
became known to millions as he
hammered Questions at under
world figures and politicians dur
ing me leievisea crime nearmgs.
New York's former Mayor Wil William
liam William O'Dwyer, nettled at Halley's
persistently harsh questioning on
his regime, told him tartly one
day that ne a unaerstana newer
"when you are mayor."
Hailey won election as president
of the City Council a few months
later, but he failed in his attempt
at the mayoralty in 1953. He had
been in private law practice since
then. J
Woman In Coma
Gives Birth
To 7-Pound Son
NEWCASTLE, England, Nov. 19
(UP)-Mrs. Kenneth Moore, who
has snent most of the past ti
months in a coma, gave birth to
a normal, seven-pound-12-ounce
son on her 23rd birthday today
Mrs. Moore suffered a brain in
jury in May when a log tailing
- ta. l i.1 1 I
rvff a trucK nil ner on uie neau.
For a week, doctors kept her in
a "daep freeze" which is believed
to have saved ner me, dui sne
has been conscious only for brief
intervals.
The baby was born three weeks
early, and Moore did not know he
was a father until he arrived at
the hospital to arrange a melon melon-choly
choly melon-choly "birthday party" at his
wife's bedside.
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
e Frank Sinatra
Keenan Wynn
"JOHNNY CONCHO"
Tuesday "Navy Wife"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:00
e Richard Wldmark
e Donna Reed
"BACKLASH"
Color!
Tues. "The Girl Rush"
CRISTOBAL 7:00
Alr-Conditloned
e Deborah Kerr
e Yul Brynner
"THE KING AND I"
CinemaScope-Colon
Tues. "Land of Fury"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:20
"LONG JOHN SILVER"
"ROSE TATTOO"

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DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Dance to Axcarraga's music Nov.
23, Colon Strangers' Club. Door
prixes, gambling games. Tickets
$2 per person. Inter-American
Women's Club.
rU. SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"210" 2-door sedan, new seat seat-covers,
covers, seat-covers, new tires, Tutone blue blue-gray,
gray, blue-gray, undercoated, 28,000 actual
miles, directional lights, $1350;
Kelvinstor 18-cu. ft. deepfreex deepfreex-er,
er, deepfreex-er, 60-cycle, $400, never used,
brand new; Kelvinator dryer, 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, $175, brand new. Phone
Navy 3693
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury
Convertible, 43,000 miles; Easy
Spin Dryer washer, 25-cycle.
Phone 3544, Rodman Nevy.
FOR SALE: Suits end trousers,
sixe 46-48 waist, new slightly
used, lightweight Call Bel. 3 1 82
after 4 p.m. and all day Sat. and
Sun.
FOR SALE: Saddle horse, geld gelding.
ing. gelding. Can be seen at Pacific Sad Saddle
dle Saddle Club, any time.
FOR SALE: Craftsman band
saw 12"; Vi -hp. motor. 25-cycle
and bench with vise $50;
Quartermaster metal buffet $4.
23! 6-A Las Crucas, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 General Elec Electric
tric Electric 2 1 -inch T.V set with swivel
table $185. Balboa 2148.
FOR SALE: Ham radio Collins
32V2 receiver National 183. Call
Panama 3-3347.
FOR RENT: At La Crasta: 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment in house hist
built. Inquire 5th Street No. 12,
La Crasta.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apa rtmintt.
A L H A M BRA APARTMENTS,
10th Street No 8061, Phone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT : Modern apartment!
In exclusive El Cangrejo, near
Hotel. El Panama, furnished or
unfurnished. Phone 3-5692.
FOR SALE: ATR Inverter, 6 6-volt
volt 6-volt DC to 110-volt AC, 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, 125 watts, like new $50.
Margarita, house 821 7-A. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2372.
FOR SALE: 3 lovely formal
dresses: aqua, white, pink, sixe
9. Balboa 3637.
FOR SALE: New Smith -Corona
noiseless portable typewriter $65;
Zenith Trans-Oceanic portable
radio $50; Simmons Hollywood
bed (twin) $25; baby crib with
mattress $15. Phone Balboa
6360 or see at 288 Ancon.
Ex-Prisoner Cardinal
Gives Second Talk
To Warsaw Students
WARSAW. Nov. 19 (UP)
Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski last
night delivered his second public
sermon sinee his release from
three years detention.
He significantly chose to make
his appearance at the Church of
St. Jacobi in the heart of the
city's student quarter.
More than 5,000 persons
crammed into the post-war con
crete structure designed to hold
3.000. Another 3,000 lined the
pavements outside the lhurch,
listening to the one hour and
40 -minute sermon from loud
speakers. About 70 per cent of the
audience were students.
He appeared to be in excellent
health.
He refrained from any direct
comment on politics except to say
"The present situation is very
complicated."
The Roman Catholic primate of
Poland was arrested and banished
in Sept. 1953 by a Communist
government. He was released last
Oct. 28 by the new Communist
regime of Wladyslaw Gomulka.
In iast nights sermon he advised
the youth of the country to work
nara ana to suck io meir smuiev
"Your country is giving you your
edueation and in the future will
demand much of you," he said
"You should not be afraid of
this."
Priests close to the cardinal
said that a principal object of the
sermon was to let the students
see him and to reassure them that
he really was back in power. They
said that his aooearanc- was ex
pected to have a criming influence
in case any trouble might be
brewing in student quarters.
Ballroom Dance Classes
Group classes and private
lessons for adults, couples,
teenagers and pre-teens.
Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
THURSDAY ONLY

I BALBOA jfi 2-42W .1
HaaNETTjaNDUNNl,

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION, G. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent. Jose de Fab Fab-rega
rega Fab-rega Avenue No. 12 (Pesadanel.
FOR RENT: New small apart apartment
ment apartment with garage, unfurnished,
across from Hotel El Panama in
"Mercedes Building," Also avail available
able available office space. Pleese inquire
at Foro Halcon (same vicinity).
Phona 3-1 179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Convenient loca location,
tion, location, apartment 2 rooms, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bathroom, next street from
4th July Ave., Calla Darien No.
14-21.
FOR RENT
Houses
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 Ave. For further informa information
tion information please call Panama 2-1050.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
terrace, yerd, gerege, modernly
furnished. Phone 3-6243.
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
sector, 2 and 4 bedrooms, hot
water. 7th Street, Golf Heights.
Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.
FOR RENT: New chalet fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished, three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining rooms,
servant's quarters, garage Coco
del Mar, corner of 7th Avenue
and Paseo Cincuentenario. For
information, phone 3-3005.
Yugoslav Tar Forces
Bavy Patrol Boat
To Sail To Italy
ANCONA, Italy, Nov. 19 (UP) (UP)-A'
A' (UP)-A' Yugoslav sailor pointed his sub sub-machinegun
machinegun sub-machinegun at a naval coastal pa patrol
trol patrol boat captain and forced him
and the other crew members to
saii here, police said today.
The captain of the Yueoslav ha:
vy Doat told police they were pa
trolling the Adriatic Sea outside
the Dalmation Islands when the
sailor suddenly pointed the sub
machinegun at him.
Police said the Yueoslav sailor'
immediately handed over the wea weapon
pon weapon when port police and custom
guards boarded the boat outside
the Ancona harbor, and then ask-
ed for political asylum
i
The name of the sailor and fur
ther details of the incident were
not released, police said.

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(PA-C) Mr. J. L. Sheasby,
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ica and the Far East of Ford
International in Detroit said to
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Dulles In Key Weil
For Recuperation
- KEY WEST, Fla., Ndv. 19 (UP
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles today began two weeks of
rest to recuperate from his recent
ration.
"The doctors tell me that I am
making an excellent recovery-
land I certainly feel that way,'
Dulles said. "After a couple of
weeks of sunshine,,! expect to be
back at work."
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vision and achievement. In dis discussing
cussing discussing the dynamic growth of
ranama, Doth in business vol volume
ume volume and in civic beauty, Mr.
Heraclio Guardia, General Man Manager
ager Manager of Colpan Motors of Pan Panama
ama Panama said, 1 am pleased that we
of Colpan could respond to the
Dublierisjmtmd frrr'ln.rB'pr hnri
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Rain On Cyprjots
Yield Dynamite
Bombs By Dozens
NICOSIA, Cyprus. Nov. 19 nrpi
Seventeen Cypriots have been
arrested and dozens of dynamite
bombs seized in a major raid on
auopeciea extremist groups m
soouthwestern Cyprus, British of-
iiciais announced today,
A British announcement said
the raids were conducted in a
three-day operation in the vintages
of Plystopos and Mitsero in a
region where Eoka extremist
gangs had been attacking British
military installations.
They followed stepped up at attacks
tacks attacks on Britons in Nicosia that
killed at least three persons in
the past week.

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resident of Mariano Arosemena
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" TOKYO, Nov. 19 (UP)-Red Chi-
?a's Premier Chou En-Lai arrived
jday in Red Viet Nam, scene last
week of a revolt in which "many
Communist soldiers" were killed,
it was reported today.
The Red radio said Chou had a
hort talk with Viet Nam's Com Communist
munist Communist leader Ho Chi-Minh after
his arrival in Red-held Hanoi, but
gave no clue to the subejets under
discussion.
There "previously had been spec speculation
ulation speculation that Ho would ask Com Com-aunlat
aunlat Com-aunlat China for troops to help

him control his rebellious subjects.
Hanoi is Chou's first stop on an
Asiatic tour scheduled to take him
to Cambodia. India, Burma, Pakis Pakistan,
tan, Pakistan, epal and Afghanistan.
Ballet Star Out
MOSCOW. Nov. 19 (UP)-Gaiina

Ulanova, Russia's prima ballerina,
collapsed onstage at the Bolsnoi
Theater last night while dancing
the leading role in 'Giselle."

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dience that the 47-year-old bailer

ina had pulled a tendon and would
not be able to perform again for
four or five days.

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rorcurnc nv HiTNr.ARVS RESISTANCE Soviet thanks flank the town hall in Gyor as;
SZXSKS"SSK might was slowly being crushed. Gyor was one of!
the ftrongholds of rebel strength in western Hungary.
Russian Tanks Couldn't Do But...
Hunger, Cold And Lack Of Money
Break Hungarian Workers' Strike
VIENNA Nov 19 (UP) Striking H ungarian workers yielded today to famine,
Soviet deportation'threats and the influx of 200,000 Soviet infantrymen and began a
slow drift back to their jobs.
A spot check of major factories showed at least 50 per cent or workers still were
absent despite the overwhelming odds against the workers who. have paralyzed the
country for weeks.
But this appeared partly due to lack of electr.c power, raw material and trans trans-oortation
oortation trans-oortation to bring commuting workers into the industrial areas from the suburbs.

The solid strike front cracked
while Russia was pouring 20
new divisions into the country
to consolidate its conquest by
Soviet canks. Soviet armored
forces already in Hungary total
some 200,000 troops and 5400
tanks.
Spokesmen for workers
frankly admitted they had
capitulated to hunger, cold
and lack of money rather
than the promises of conces concessions
sions concessions by the Soviet-sponsored
Janos Kadar regime.
"Kadar
one said.
didn't convince us,"
"but winter is here
and misery comes.
The workers said they have
not given up their demands for
the end of mass deportations,
withdrawal of Soviet troops and
ouster of the Kadar govern government.
ment. government. I ,,
"But the whole country can t
live on relief," one spokesman
commented bitterly.

Flags Fly From Statue Of Liberty
As Young Hungarian Sneaks To Torch

NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UP) A
young Hungarian refugee unfurled
his national flag and the stars
and stripes from the torch of the
Statue of Liberty yesterday.
' The bannerj fluttered lid by
tide in the sun for half an hour
before they were removed by a
statu guard. No charges wort
brought again the young man,
a stocky blond who (aid ho had
escaped from Communism in
1941, or his throe companions.
Ho talked with newsmen but re refused
fused refused to giv his nam.
The voung patriot took the first
ferry to the statue's island yester yesterday
day yesterday with the 20 foot Hungarian
flag and the slightly smaller A A-merican
merican A-merican flag wrapped around his
body and concealed by his over overcoat.
coat. overcoat. With another man and two worn-,
n he climbed the statue s inside
stairs to the locked gate which
leads to the arm. There he pick
ed the lock and continued h i s
climb to the torch, which is no
loneer oDen to sight seers, and
broke out his banners.
He left on the broken gat a
small sign reading: Stept th

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"The workers were so much
united by last week's events
ihpv will never fall apart again.

The government must realize by
now that the use oi iorce is
pointless."
Reports reaching Vienna said
that bands of Freedom Fighters
are still resisting.
A refugee Hungarian army
officer said partisans battled
Soviet troops in the hills
northeast of Budapest and in
the Bakony forests to the
southwest of the Hungarian
capital. He said snipers were
active in Budapest itself.
Moscow radio also admitted
armed iesistance continued yes-
The vast buildup of Soviet
armed forces in Hungary was
disclosed by sources close to the
Kadar regime.
Today was the showdown date
for workers one of many
deadlines fixed by the govern government
ment government for the return to work.
same liberty in Hungary."
Some 600 pickets continued free
Hungary demonstrations before
the Russian United Nations embas embassy
sy embassy on Park Avenue yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. A detail of 150 police has been
on 24-hour duty before the Soviet
delegation headquarters since Nov.
12, in 50-man shifts. Police said
the protection had not been asked
by the Russians but that it will
remain "as long as necessary.
The headquarters has been pic
keted by Hungarian patriots for at
least part of each day since Nov.
7. The largest demonstration was
on the night of that day when
some 3,000 persons clamored disap
proval of Russian action in the
captive nation.
Two onlookers at yesterday's
demonstration Bela Fabian, of
the assembly of captive European
nations, and Lady Malcolm Doug
las-Hamilton suggested that A A-merlcans
merlcans A-merlcans show their sympathy
with Hungary by burning' a green
candle on Thanksgiving dinner ta tables.
bles. tables. The green candle is a sym-
t bol of the anti-Soviet underground

Marine Training Takes Giant Step Forward
While Opponents, General Says, Fire Away

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP) (UP)-Marine
Marine (UP)-Marine Corps Commandant Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Pate said today Marine
training has been "improved tre tremendously"
mendously" tremendously" since the Parris Is Island,
land, Island, S.C. tragedy in which six
recruUs marched to their deaths
last April.
Rep. F. Edward Hebert
(D-La, who appeared on a televi television
sion television program with Pate, charged
that "some men on a hish IpvpI"
have engaged in "continual
sniping at the corps nd are
trying to destroy it.
Hebert said there is "some
force, some unseen hand, con continually
tinually continually at operation on Capital
Hill dying to destroy the full
strength of the Marines." Also,
he said, the Defense Department
refuses to give the leathernecks
alll the funds aooroDriated for
them h Congress.
Pale said that since the April

Law Oi Gravity,
Gravity Of Law,

Gets Bilirpalist
Grand larceny was the charge
filed in Balboa Magistrate's
Court this morning against a
man who allegedly used the force
of gravity to steal a $600 Ford
Victoria.
Police are still investigating
the actions of Alfonso Ulate Pa-
checo. 26. Costa Rlcan, who was
paught stripping the vehicle in
the vicinity of Darien Street in
Panama city.
Allegedly Ulate took the Ford
belonging to Irving A. Wentzell
from Fields Place in the Cable
Heights Section of Ancon.
Allowing the car to coast
down the steep hill he made
his way a block into Panama
and was foing to work on the
vehicle when he was caught.
Bail for Ulate was set at $500
pending a hearing.
When Ulate was brought Be
fore Judge John E. Deming,
Constable Rex Beck carefully
translated into Spanish the
charge and routine instructions
given to accused persons regard
ing their rights.
After each remark, Beck would
ask the accused If he under
stood.
Ulate would answer, "I un understand."
derstand." understand." Finally Judge Demlng inquir
ed why a translation was in
progress if the defendant was
answering in English. At which
Ulate threw up both arms and
said firmly:
"I speak English. You never
asked me."
Ethiopian Chief
Visiting Japan
TOKVO, Nov. 19 (UP) Em
peror Haile Selassie of Ethiopia
arrivea in japan tor a state visit
today and was greeted at the To
kyo International Airport by Em Emperor
peror Emperor Hirohito in an unorecedent unorecedent-ed
ed unorecedent-ed meeting of the world's two old oldest
est oldest ruling royal houses.
It was the first time that a for
eign monarch had visited this
country since Emperor Pu-Yi of
the Japanese puppet state of Ma Ma-chouokuo
chouokuo Ma-chouokuo came to Japan as a
guest in 1940.
During his ten-day stay in Ja Ja-oan.
oan. Ja-oan. the Ethiopian monarch will
tour Japan and will leave here on
! Nov. 30 for Burma.
;
death march recruit training has
been extended from 10 to 12
weeks, physical conditioning has
been "extended and improved,"
and there now is more supervision
by officers and non-commissioned
officers.
All this, he said, is "going to
pay off in many respects over the
years to come."
Pate vehemently denied that
the Marines use "concentration
camp methods" in their training
program, and traced the leather leathernecks
necks leathernecks famed fighting spirit to the
corps drill instructors and their
teaching.
Pate was interviewed by Hebert
on a TV program filmed for
station WDSU-TV in New Orleans.
Sevcial drill instructors, includ including
ing including the one responsible for the
April death march, have been
convicted of abusine ronuits in
a series of court-marliar trials

ALGIERS, Nov. IB (UP)-Al-gerian
policemen sent to main maintain
tain maintain order during the burial of
a slain terrorist yesterday sud

denly found themselves in a
murderous crossnre oi reoei ma machine
chine machine guns, French military
sources said.
The funeral, attended by some
5,000 Moslems, was being held
near Saint-Denis-Du-Slg, 200
miles southwest of here.
Caught in the open, the pin-ned-down
police men sent
through an urgent call for close
air support.
They were unable to escape
hte ambush until diving French
fighter planes sent rockets
crashing into the rebels' moun mountain
tain mountain strongpoints.
French military sources gave
no ddtalls as to casualties. But
they said numerous insurgents
were killed and that some losses
were suffered among the police policemen.
men. policemen. Near Bou Saada in central
Algeria, a battalion of colonial
infantrymen supported by helicopter-riding
commandos fin finished
ished finished up a three-day operation
with 50 dead rebels Ito their cred
it. One French officer was killed
and five soldiers were wounded.
A 20-man band of rebels am ambushed
bushed ambushed and machine gunned an
army jeep of the 131st infantry
Regiment near Affreville, 60
miles southwest of Algiers. Five
soldiers and two civilian passen passengers
gers passengers were killed and a sixth sol
dier was wounded. The rebels
made off with arms and ammu
nition carried in the vehicle.
Legion Plaque
LONDON, Nov. 19 (UP) The
local branch of the American
Legion announced today it will
erect a plaque on the wall of the
schoolroom where Gen. Elsen
hower planned "Operation Over-
lord" the invasion of Europe,

VOLUNTEERS' WELCOMED IN EGYPT
IF INVASION FORCES DON'T LEAVE

CAIRO, Nov. 19 (WR) -Egypt
warned today ft would
admit foreign "volunteers" un?
less the Anglo-French and Is Israel)
rael) Israel) invasion forces leave
Egyptian territory within a
week
Egypt rejected any conditions
for the immediate withdrawal
of the Invasion troops, and the.
Middle Easlt situation began de deteriorating
teriorating deteriorating rapidly despite the
Dag Hammarskjold mission to
Cairo. v
The U.N. Secretary General
spent two days talking with
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
who made It clear Egypt was in interested
terested interested primarily In getting
foreign troops to leave immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. British, French and Israeli
official statements over the
weekend showed the three na nations
tions nations were attaching condi
tions for the withdrawal, and
Egypt reacted promptly today
with an official warning.
Wing Cmdr. All Sabry, In a
broadcast over Cairo radio, said
Egypt would bring in volunteers
with all the "grave consequen consequences"
ces" consequences" such a move would pose for
world rjeace.
Foreign Minister Mahmoud
Fawzi described the situation
was "very critical" before he de departed
parted departed yesterday for the U.N.
General Assembly meeting In
New York. (
Premier Jawaharlal Nehru
of India appealed to "foreign
troops" to withdraw from both
Egypt and Hungary today and
suggested United Nations ob observers
servers observers be sent to both coun countries
tries countries "to report things impar impartially."
tially." impartially." In a major parliamentary
speech on foreign affairs Nehru
said that the dispatch of U.N.
observers to both countries
woujd "give a correct lead to the
world."
"Hung ary presents a grave
situation," Nehru said "foreign
forces should withdraw and then
since the six youths drowned in
a tidal creek.
Hebert, a member of the House
Armed Services Committee, told
Pate many Americans began to
believe after the death march that
the training program "uses con concentration
centration concentration camp methods."
"It definitely does not," Pate
said. "People who have ques questioned
tioned questioned it have gone down to
Parris Island and come away
singing the praises of the
program."
He said the famed "esprit de
corp" of the Marines "goes right
back to our drill Instructors at
Parris Island and San Diego.
They indoctrinate those young
men with the idea that nobody
in the world can whip them and
that they can whip any two people
their size or any other size. .and
go right on believing it, and that's
50 per cent of winning the battle
right there." 1 ""

Let the people

32nd YEAR

Christmas Seals Fight Tuberculosis

(Editor's Note: In connec connection
tion connection with the 1956 Christmas
Seal Sale starting 'this week to
provide funds which support
the year-round efforts of the
Canal Zone Tuberculosis Asso Association,
ciation, Association, the following special
artfele has been prepared by
Dr. Rodolfo V. Young, acting
chief of the chest service at
Gorgas Hospital. Seals are now
available from .Mrs. Arthur
Logan at the Cristobal com commissary;
missary; commissary; Mrs. William Brooks,
Margarita commissary; Mrs.
W. W. Patton, Gatun commis commissary;
sary; commissary; Mrs. Rex Sellen, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa commissary; Mrs. Ivan
Jenkins, Balboa comm'ssary;
and from the Association, Box
283, Diablo Heights, Canal
Zone).
By DR. RODOLFO V. YOUNG
We cannot too often tell the
story of the Christmas seals, for
in it we find that strangely di divine
vine divine thought marking all great
human endeavors. Born of pesti pestilence
lence pestilence and poverty almost 50.
years ago, the little Christmas
Seal rose as a brilliant star to
which every man could attach
his wagon and ride out of the
depths of fear surrounding him.
Fifty years ago, all men walk walked
ed walked In constant dread of the mon mon-struous
struous mon-struous white plague that' con consumed
sumed consumed its victim, and sapped the
strength of the community, it
was no wonder that men every-
where yearned for some miracu
'lous power, banner or idea un
people be given a right to ex
press a free opinion, its a na national
tional national rising." i
It was Nehru's first major pro
nouncement' on Hungary, and
followed a mounting tide of
criticism within India that he
had let his attention be dis distracted
tracted distracted by the Anglo-French in
tervention in Egypt to tne ex exclusion
clusion exclusion of events In Hungary.
Earner, it was reported, Egyp
tian troops opened fire against
the Anglo-French frontline posi
tions for the second time in
twelve hours.
The Anglo-French forces did
not return the fire. The allied
command formally asked
United Nations observers to
investigate the situation.
A midnight communique of
the Anglo-French task force
headquarters in Port Said charg charged
ed charged that another Egyptian force
launched a fire fight against the
El cap positions yesterday, it
said heavy automatic weapons
lire continued for four hours.
And the Egyptian government
has lifted its three week old ban
on foreign airlines using Cairo
International Airport, airlines
officials said.
They sa'd .that airlines which
intend to touch down down at
Cairo have been told by Egypt
that under no circumstances
may British, French, Israeli
and Australian passengers be
landed.
Hunting For What?
Hunting on the K-10 Road
without a permit brought Man Manuel
uel Manuel Montero 59, Panamanian,
into Balboa Magistrate's Court
today. The locaitlon is a wooded
area on the West Bank of the
Canal.
Montero was convicted of the
offense, but imposition of sen
tence was suspended.

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MRS. VADA pence, head of the occupational therapy department supported by funds from
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der which they might unite to
fight their life long enemy: TU TUBERCULOSIS.
BERCULOSIS. TUBERCULOSIS. It was then that Miss Emily
Bissell, from Delaware, remem remembered
bered remembered a little Danish Christmas
stamp as a means of raising
$300 to save the new famous
Brandywine shack from closing.
This first Christmas seal sale
with the publicity given by the
"optimist," did not produce $300
but rather $3,000.
The power of the Christmas
Seal lies n its peculiar oapa- t
city to touch charitable im impulses
pulses impulses on people from every
walk of life. Not the charity
proceeding from organized
compulsion, but a true chari charity,
ty, charity, quietly and perhaps anony anonymously
mously anonymously undertaken because of
the givers' belief that It it
better to give than to receive.
This little Christmas seal per permits,
mits, permits, all of us, rich or poor to
exercise that virtue.
The power of the Christmas
seal lies in its capacity to remind
us each year that work must still
be done to cast the scourge of
tuberculosis from among us,
that good health Is still one of
the greatest blessings of man, a
blessing that can be achieved
only if we recognize that we
rtuly are our brother's keeper.
It is also a part of our American
tradl t)n, the purchasing of
Christmas seals which help the
fight against tuberculosis. On
the Canal Zone the funds raised
by the sale of these seals are
used by the Tuberculosis Asso Association
ciation Association in the following:
Cairo airport is still refusing
landing permission to aircraft
of British Overseas Airways,
British European Airways and
British Charter Firms, the offi
cials said.
It was assumed here that a
similar ban would apply to all
French aircraft.
The
Judge's Bench
Driving 60 m.p.h. in a 40-mile
Eone netted a 20 fine for Earl
Frederick Judkins, 24, American,
a sailor serving with the Navy,-
when he faced the Balboa Ma Magistrate.
gistrate. Magistrate. Dalton Robertson's fine this
morning was $15 for loitering In
La Boca. He is 26, a Panama Panamanian.
nian. Panamanian. Imposition of sentence was
suspended for Magdaleno Sama Sama-nlego,
nlego, Sama-nlego, 16, Panamanian, who
took four qans of sausages valu valued
ed valued at 58 'cents from the Tivoll
Commissary.
Andre; Magallanes, 18, was
fined $20 for driving without an
operator's license.
Frederick H. St. Hill, 35, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $5 for fail failure
ure failure to keep the emergency door
free on a bus.
Julio Zapata, 75, Panamanian,
was convicted of vagrancy after
he was found on the grounds of
Gorgas Hospital but Imposition
of sentence was suspended.
A fine of $5 was meted out to
Benigno Caceres, 48, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, who failed to atop his
vehicle at a stop sign.

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M Financial aid to the tu tuberculosis
berculosis tuberculosis patient and his im immediate
mediate immediate famfly. This is better
illustrated by a case from the
chest service of Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. This patient is a 31-year-old
Panamanian male who was hos
pitalized for the first time with
pulmonary tuDercuiosis in Marcn
1955. He remained in tne nospi nospi-tal
tal nospi-tal for 8 months. His socio-eco
nomic investigation revealed
that by working as a laborer he
earned 49 cents per hour, his
family consisted of a wife and
six children who lived in a pre precarious
carious precarious tenement house. After
being hospitalized for two
months he had no more sick
leave and therefore no income
to take care of his family. The
Tuberculosis Association came to
the family's aid by opening a
credit account in the commis commissary
sary commissary for a sum eoulvalent to the
family's need. After his dis
charge from the hospital in No
vember 1955, the patient was re
turned to his job and the finan
clal aid was suspended. He ap
narentlv not alone fine but be
cause of his Indigent economic
situation he had a re-activation
of his tuberculosis and had to be
re-admitted to the hospital in
August of 1956.
On this occasion his socio socioeconomic
economic socioeconomic condition was worse
than the previous admission
because his family was in increased
creased increased by another child.
Once agarn, the Tuberculosis
Association has come to the
aid of this family by increas increasing
ing increasing this time the financial
help.
This is just one example of the
thoroughness in which the socio-economic
history of the pa patient
tient patient is Investigated before help
is given and it is furnished
whenever necessary. At the pres present
ent present time there are seven fami fami-11s
11s fami-11s of more or less qual soclo soclo-economio
economio soclo-economio condition receiving
financial help from the Tuber Tuberculosis
culosis Tuberculosis Association.
This economic aid to the pa
tient's family while he is not a a-ble
ble a-ble to work, removes the main
worry of the tubereulous patient
and his merital attitude towards
his prolonyed hospitalization is
improved. The absence of emo emotional
tional emotional strain, worries, etc., is a
must in the treatment of tuber tuberculous
culous tuberculous tas this, along with the
specific; medlcaltions, accelerates
the patient's recovery.
b) Financial support to me
Occupational Therapy Depart Department1
ment1 Department1 under the direction of
Mrs. Vada Pence, volunteer
Red Cross worker.
The occupational therapy de department
partment department has been a great help
in giping to the tuberculous pa patients
tients patients hospitalized on the Chest
Service something else to live
for. It is a known fact that al although
though although acceptance of specific
therapy is a primary goal in the
control of tuberculosis, it is not
the only one.
in a broader sense, modern
medicine strives to return to so society
ciety society individuals free from or organic
ganic organic disease and capable of as assuming
suming assuming personal, family and
community responsibilities. A
concept such as this implies that
the individual will be physically
able to work and that he will
have been prepared for some vo vocation.
cation. vocation. Not every patient, of course,
will need to acquire a new oc occupation.
cupation. occupation. There are many, how however,
ever, however, who never have had a vo vocation
cation vocation and will have to be train trained
ed trained in one compatible with phy physical
sical physical status and aptitude.
This concept is carried out to
perfection by the occupational
therapy department where the
patient, under the direct leadr leadr-ship
ship leadr-ship of Mrs. Pence, are instruct instructed
ed instructed in the art of ceramics, sew sewing,
ing, sewing, instructions in weaving, oil
painting and batea decorating,

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leather tooling and many other
handicrafts. The sewing ma
chine, loom, ceramics and other
materials used in the depart
ment are iurmsned by the Tu Tuberculosis
berculosis Tuberculosis Association using the
funds collected by the sale of
the Christmas seals.
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