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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
Let the people know the truth and the country is afe" Abraham Lincoln.

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j- rawAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER H, 1M nVE CKfrTa

I

Change of Pace

At Coco Solo
Costs 200 Jobs

Coco Solo Naval station has been reduced to partial partial-maintenance
maintenance partial-maintenance status.
It is estimated about 200 civilian employes have lost
or will lose their jobs as a result.
The exact number is not certain, as some of those
affected can get transfers.

Holy Land Border
Quiet as Army
Is NOT Poised

WITH ISRAEL ARMY PATROL,
Syrian Border, Nov. 23 (UP)-This
was the quietest Holy Land bor border
der border today, and there was nothing
ominous about its tranquility.
As one drove along the eastern

and northern borders accompanied
by two members of a routine pa patrol
trol patrol during the sunny morning, one
could see none of the signs which
marked the early beginnings of
the Sinai campaign preparations,
upon which a strict censorship
and -mwj blackout has been
clamped.
The trip was arranged by Col.
Nehemia Brosh, chief of the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli army public relations depart department.
ment. department. He took visitors to such
places as Ein Gev on the eastern
bank of Lake Galilee, opposite Ti Tiberias,
berias, Tiberias, and Tarshiha near the I-

rael-Snan nortern frontier.

Settlements which would have
bees turned into military camps
in war conditions presented A
nauful anoearance. with men

and women working, in the fields

was more

noticeable in the fiinterread, ana

An the main hltfnways. BUt mis

seemed more cthe aftermath of
the Sinai ampign than the be be-.
. be-. finning of a new chapter.
r,inions about the result of a

possible showdown here indicate

that aepennea on wv uu,.v.
helD the Syrians and Jordanians
received. , ...
Everybody in Galilee knows Jhat
the Syrians cannot deploy an
armv above one brigade in
strength and that the largest unit
of the Jordan army is the Arab
Legion. Tactical coorlination say
the experts, would be difficult
owing to the wide varieties of
armf used in the armies
The possibility of a showdown
geemed to hinge on whether
Iraq stabilizing power in the
Arabian Middle East would
Take mattes into Us own hands
at Amman. An Iraq! division is
believed be camping some somewhere
where somewhere in Jordan.
Record Snowfall
Blankets Southern
Shore Of Lake Erie
ERIE, Pa., Nov. 23 (UP) A
record snowfall of more than two
feet blanketed a 150-mile stretch
along the southern shore of Lake
Erie from Ohio to New York to to-dsv
dsv to-dsv Transportation to the area by
rail and highway was almost com completely
pletely completely cut off.
Thousands of motorists and oth other
er other travelers were stranded. They
incluled 95 passengers aboard
three Greyhound buses.
Two of the buses, one of which
carried 35 members of a high
school football squad, were strand stranded
ed stranded on route 19, nine miles south
of Erie. The tnir1 DUS w8s ma'
rooned near East Springfield, 0 0-hio.
hio. 0-hio. Erie, the third-largest city in
Pennsylvania with a population of
10,000, was the center of t h e
storm are And appeared the
hardest hit.

Between 2,500 and 3,000 persons
were stranded in Erie County a a-lcne.
lcne. a-lcne. Erie City officials set up an
emergency Storm headquarters in
City Hall ami scheduled a meet meeting
ing meeting this morning to draw plans
for reopening main transportation
arteries.

The civilians involved" are
those required for upkeep and
maintenance of building quar quarters
ters quarters and grounds.
The change, first announced
in January, has extended over
several moaths.
Partial maintenance, in Navy
parlance, .does not mean deac deactivation.
tivation. deactivation. -mil' ni ',
In this case, it means reduced
operations, at Coco Solo, but the
facilities will be kept in shaue
so that operating units may use
them occasionally if needed.

Thanksgiving Day
Death Toll Tops
stimate: 158
CHICAGO, Nov. 23 (UP) A
holiday death toll jn excess of
National Safety Council predic predictions
tions predictions grimly closed Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Day festivities.
The council had hoped the
death toll between 6 D m. WpH.

nesday and midnight Thursday

wuuju inn Deiow tne no traffic
deaths for a non-holiday Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at this time of year.
The United Press count for
that period showed at, lpnsf im

pmns ere killed in traffic

;fw -ten persons died in
fires, two In a plane crash and
0 rrom miscellaneous causes for
an overall holiday death tol-of
Michigan and Pennsylvania
It?. thL n,Khway slaughter, with
13 traffic deaths each.
Illinois reported 11 auto
deaths, New York 10. Ohio 9,
California 8, and Georgia 7.
Two Boys Injured
As Motor Scooter
Gets Out Of Control
Two 16-vear-nM Amarian

boys were injured Wednesdav

"iwvpr scooter on wnicn.
they were rifling ran out of con control
trol control in front of the Rainbow
City Commissary. The scooter
came to rest on the railroad
ties.
Joseph Henry White, of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, who was operating the
vehicle, suffered a broken leg.
After Initial treatment in Coco
Solo Hospital, he was transfer transferred
red transferred to Gorgas.
Francis W. Corrigan, his pas passenger,
senger, passenger, was treated for vnrimi

abrasions and released.
Police are still invpsMaoi.inr

the accident, which allegedly in-

Storm Lashes Atlantic Side

Eisenhower

Moves to Halt

Dock Strike

Coast snip owne

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WASHINGTON. Nov. 23 (UP)i

President Eisenhower prepared?

today to seek a Taft-Hartley in injunction
junction injunction to halt the crippling
Atlantic and Gulf Coast dock
strike.

The President interrupted

Thankseivinir to invoke the na

tional emergency provisions or

the Taft-Hartley act and set up.

a fact-finding board to investl-i

gate the eight-day old tie-up.

Boom cnatrman rnomas w.
Holland said he hoped to have
a report at the White House
by late this afternoon, clearing
the way for the government to
seek a strike-halting injunc
tiow. 1

Attorney General Herbert
Brownell Jr. was ready to seek

the injunction in Federal Court

in New York upon receipt or or
ders from the White House.

The injunction would halt the
strike for SO days while the In International
ternational International Longshoremen's Un

ion and the ship owners try to

settle the dispute.

ILA counsel Louis Waldman
said in New York that the un union
ion union would comply with any ac action
tion action taken by the government
under the Taft-Hartley Act.
Invocation of Taft-Hartley
machinery also appeared to have
made doubtful that Harry Bridg

es' West Coast longshoremen.

would join the walkout.

The West Coast union scned scned-uled
uled scned-uled meeting with Pacific

rs later today at

in renewed wajg

findlntrboawi began

gs last night and sched-

re today.

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CLEARING THE CANAL A salvage vessel (r ight) Is shown alongside a sunken ship at the
northern entrance to the Suez Canal during operations to dear the vital waterway A total
of approximately 49 sunken ships clog the can al, and Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser
is reported to have agreed on U.N. help for clearing the waterway during talks with UN. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold.

Balboa Also Gets
Rough Going-over
From Winds, Rain

Hioh winds lashed the AHrmflr iAm mmJ l

,, "..!. ius uiiu hcuyv rains
flooded the streets today as a severe storm of the north norther
er norther type swept over the Isthmus from the Caribbean.
Shippina in the Canal wn rnnrfai it

.. - i'viisu iv uc unuirecr-
ed although the large oreship Marore was delayed at the
beginning of her transit from Cristobal to Balboa by the

nign wrnas in Limon Bay. By 10 a.m., however, she was
reported to have reached Ga tun Inr Lc MR tU .a..lLL i

trans T 'uuinoouno

The storm started earlv in thp mnrninn Im .:.i.iLl

and MP to 10 a.m. maximum winds of approximately 38
m.p.h. had been reported bv th f"nnni 7- u.i L

cal and Hydrographic Branch.

otuii v wcuLiier uiai nnpr

enced on both sides of the isth

mus bath yesterday and today.

uunng tne 24-hour period

i The Boat

Jumped After llr

Brought The Cops
A Spanish seaman who arrived
at Pier 18 this morning after his

hin had sailed, leaped from the

seaward end of the fler and at
tomnteri to swim after it.

By the time 37-year-old Rogelio

Ferrer hit tne water, ms vtssn
th SS Jane, was approaching Mi

raflores Locks northbound through
the Canal.
The Balboa Marine Dispatcher

and several terminal employes
saw Ferrer go into the waterway.
A launch was sent to fish him

out.
Ferrer, who had been drink drinking,
ing, drinking, was obstreperous. Ho offer offered
ed offered "considerable resistance,"
police reported, when brought a a-shoro.
shoro. a-shoro. A doctor looked him over at the

police station.
Finrting nothing wrong but an

overload of alcohol, police released

the Spaniard to an agent for rer-

nie k Company.

It was planned to put him

YUGOSLAVS ARRIVE IN EGTPT Officers a nd men of the Yugoslav United Nations Emer Emergency
gency Emergency force. contingent march down the runway of the airfield at Abu Suweir, Egypt At
present there are 850 UNEF troop in Egypt from Colombia, Denmark, Norway and Yugo Yugoslavia.
slavia. Yugoslavia. British, French Forces to Leave Suez
As New United Nations Troops Move Jn

volved an attemDt to avnin a board his vessel in Pedro Miguel

chiva. 'locks.

Driver Loses
Control Of Car ;
Thrown In Ditch
Sidney Bernandez Davis. 20,
an employe of the locks at Oa Oa-tun.
tun. Oa-tun. lost eontrol of his private
vehicle on JBolivar Avenue early
this morning and is now hi Coco
Solo Hospital with possible in internal
ternal internal injuries. He is believed to
be a Panamanian.
The vehicle swerved back and
forth and hit a tree.
Davis was thrown oat Into a
drainage ditch.

W As ;
JHiJi mm MMw

PORT SAID, Nov. 23 (UP)
One British battalion will be
pulled out of Egypt "almost
immediately" and remaining
Franco-British forces will be

withdrawn as fast as new UN
troops come in, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
Gen. Sir Charles Keightley, Al Allied
lied Allied commander in chief, made
the announcement upon his ar

rival here by air today from his
headquarters at Cyprus.

He said one battalion would be

withdrawn "almost immediateain and France before thev at-

iy in Keeping witn tne pieogfitacKed Egypt.

made to the United Nations b
British Foreign Minister Selwyi
Lloyd.

Our withdrawal will be re

lated to the United Nations
buildup as fast as UN troops

arrive, British and French forces

will get out," Keightley said;
Meanwhile Israeli troops in
the conguered Sinai peninsula
have withdrawn "up to 32
nines'' the Israeli foreign of office
fice office announced in Jerusalem.
Spokesman Moshe Leshem did

not say where the new line was
located. But It was believed the
withdrawal was from the "ten

mile ultimatum line" set by Brit

The ultimatum called for E-

gyptian and Israeli forces to
stay out of the Suez Canal Zone
and leave a ten-mile demilltar-

Thousands Of Europeans Introduced
To Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner

MARILYN'S BACK Flashing her usual pose, actress Marilyn
Monroe and her husband, playwright Arthur Miller, disembark
from their plane in New York. They were returning from
England where Marilyn made a movie with Sir Laurence
Olivier.

LONDON, Nov. 23 (UP)-The tra

ditional American turkey dinner

was introduced to tens of thou thousands
sands thousands of Europeans yesterday in

open house Thanksgiving Day

celebrations throughout western

Europe.

U.S. soldiers, sailors and airmen

stationed in Britain. France, Gr

mauy and Italy played host to
girl friends and thousands of or

phans at groaning messhall tables.
It was a day off for all U.S.

servicemen and American embas

sy personnel.

In Germany, the Army opened

oin;n nan aoors to invited diesis

of GIs, including an estimated 50

tnoujana orphans. Entire orphan orphanages
ages orphanages were being treated by some
units, who were transported in Ar Army
my Army trucks or private American
cars.
Soldiers asked their girf friends

to come along and bring their
paronts. Some of the guests vre
women and men in peasant garb
who were taught the intricacies of

! rum stick handling by their

aausnrers- ui boy friends

Ized zone on either side of the

waterway.

This would mean Israeli forces

were now more than 40 miles
back from the canal, which
forms the western boundary of

tne peninsula which is three

times larger than Israel Itself

Americans Left
In Port Said
Pave Food Troubles

PORT SAID. Egypt. Nov. 23

iur Tne few Americans re remaining
maining remaining in this Isolated citv

spend much of their ttm won

dering where their next meal is

coming irom.

standard holiday fare cranberry
sftice is virtually unknown.
But the individual soldier had to
pick up the check at 55 cents
a head for his guests.

v In Madrid, U.S. Ambassador Tol, TTO ..
John Davis Lodge read President L Take ?4. Consul Anthony
Eisenhower's Thanksgiving D a v of Modesta, Calif., and
h..i7i.i;.. "i-i -u .J I the four Americans nn his staff

fiuiiiniHuui. di MM-Lirti cnurcn

It Isn't that thev can't afford

it; it's Just that food supplies
haven't returned to normal yet.
But with the Ingenuity of A A-mericans,
mericans, A-mericans, they usually manaze

to unci enough to tide them over
until ifs time to start scroung scrounging
ing scrounging again.

In Germany where goose is the sen ices

services. Americans in Spain then
gathered at dinners to eat frozen
turkeys that had been flown in

from the United States.

in Mexico City, Mexican resta-

rauntg offered "real American
turkey dinners with the trim-

mgs for thousands of U.S. tour

ms and residents.

In Korea, American soldiers

manning the truce line kept up
their sharp vigilance against the
Communists. But they were able

to eat turkey linners brought up

not

More than 1000.000 pounds of tur

key graced mess hall tables in
Korea, where many a youne GI

wn spending his first Thanksgiv

ing sway from home. All Ameri

can installations held religious

the four Americans on his staff,
for Instance. They came up with

a chicken yesterday for a
Thanksgiving feast. It was a lit little
tle little scrawny, they admit, but it
was chicken.
But for the other '30 or so A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans here. Thanksgiving was
just another day of living from
hand to mouth, waiting for
something to happen, the emer emergency
gency emergency to end. or perhaps a ship shipload
load shipload of food to arrive outside
the blockaded harbor.
Siren's Song
DALLAS (UP)-Mrs. Harold C
Mayhurst has a parakeet who may
be talking itself into becoming a
cat's dinner. It keeps saying
"kity, kitty, kitty....'

ending at 8 a.m. today, a total

or i.i7 inches had fallen at Bal

boa Heights. Maximum winds

measured at 19 mph.

yesterday by a thunder stoi

during which lightnlnr struck

a tree on Morgan Avenue and
destroyed a radio aerial be belonging
longing belonging to L. M. Warren, of
the Engineering D vision.
Residents of the area reported
thai; the tree was split in two
and that a bird house was
knocked at least 20 feet away by
the bolt.
In Balboa, police reported
treea "down or going down"
all over today.

One t.rpp orM,v .n insti

Tavemilla street blocked part

Another fro. .....

RoosevertAnueWacrZWnfrn"

Z 2T rry' and third feu a5
the entrance to Dock 6.

yju fit

inm VMMj j

There was considerable water
on many canal Zone street but
to "Zru of staIled vehlcl" P

es1!"8 CUy also- branch branch-es
es branch-es were down.
Torrent., nt -.

water U J Tme

... c luo'""g across justo
Arosemena Avenu and

Algerian Rebels
Race Through Valley
Sowing Death
ALGIERS (UP)-Heavily armed
rebel units raced through East Al Algeria's
geria's Algeria's Soumman Valley yesterday,
sowing death and terror among
the pro French Moslem moun mountain
tain mountain folk.
They overwhelmed self-defense
groups armed by the French In
the villages of Taourirt and Taaz-ibt.

They ransacked the villages and
abducted the men as hostages.
Ab!ut 18 persons were missing,
French official's said.
The number of Moslem dead
was not yd known.
The army blocked both sides of
the 100 mile long valley, known
as "The Valley of Death" since
the rebels slaughtered 100 pro pro-Frerch
Frerch pro-Frerch Moslems there in one day
last April.
The valley runs in a northwest northwesterly
erly northwesterly direction from the sea about
150 miles east of Algiers. Outposts
throughout the terror-stricken re region
gion region were alerted to try to stop
the rebels before they attack other
hamletk.
The rebels, who no longer wage
battle in the open, also slew four
Moslems in West Algeria, near the
settlement of Picard.
There, the rebels kidnapped
Kadda Ahmed, 59, a veteran of

the Battle of Verdun who receivel

eight medals for bravery, and his

three sons and killed tnem wun

a burst of a tommygun.

Two-Toned Talker
Is Missing

A talking, two-toned parrot with
a two-word vocabulary is missing
and Army Sergeant Dan Led-

better wants him back.
"Elmer," who can say only
"pretty bey" but makes plenty
of ether noises in parrot lan language,
guage, language, became separated yester-
ay evening from his owner en
the Fort Amador causeway. An Another
other Another car saw the bird, picked it
up, and dreve off.
Ledbetter, who works at t h e

Fort Clayton Officers' Club, wourd
like "Elmer" returned. He (Led (Ledbetter,
better, (Ledbetter, not Elmer) mar be con

tacted, ne says, at telephone num number
ber number 87-4283.
, I .1 n H. IM.

Soviet Submarines
Seen Off Disputed
Sprafiy Islands
TATPRT Von 11 fin,,

,. to iuri KUS-
sian submarines have been seen
operating In waters around the
SnIftUhedrPratlyD Islands in th
rhino' China Sea Nationalist
China s central news agency re-

..... vv. wutt.y.
Thp ninrc n(vnHA.. i

I a,,;r; u "C111-' saia some w
soviet submarines were berthed

4.i 2?f tne Indochina coast ear earlier
lier earlier this month.
It Hflld "Thl. .,.

. "m n unusual-
ly large number of Soviet 5ub-
'marine? -k- r"T

ndn (area) In recent years."
hp raiuM.f i -i i .,' L.

ivhvh auueu mac about
four of the submarines were of

r Tzs lJ,',c- 11 said "iv
to Picht." nfhe- D....1 t

li. r re "uu OI ionKm and
the Rnhatlv Tcinj.

witn some
of them surfacing near Haiph-

PC Engineering
Chief Suffers W
Heart Attack
Anthonv R kj ci

Can fhA prat nt rt..n ,

ing Branch at the Canal's id id-njinistratlon
njinistratlon id-njinistratlon building, suffered
what was believed to be a heart
attack at his nffloe .... 1T 1

day.
A resuscitator was brought to
f'd him and he was later admlt-

iu wurpas Hospital.
Nard lives In Los Rios.

Bus Stop' Ducats
Are Going Quickly
Tickets for the Theatre Guild's
forthcoming production of William
Inge's "Bus Stop" went on sale
Monday and, according to reparts,
are going fast.
First night tickets were prac practically
tically practically all seld, but seme were
still available, according to Mrs.
C. A. Emlaw, who is in charge
or ticket sales.
The play opens Mony and will
run ni"htly through Saturday at

the Guild's workshop in Ancon.

Reservations may be made bjf
calling Mrs. Emlaw at Balboa
4205.

Vii



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Tin Mart lea w epiA ttrum tat faaar of Tha Pimmi Amerkea
Utt.r, an wceia ratctullv era ceariaeatial

II ,..trihut. Icttai rf.n't

Mil day Lallan ar publrshtd ir tht order rciyd.
rum try H kttp tht letttrs limitad to on pa Itnfth.
Uaaritr wftw witats MM m trictatt ceatMtnca.
. Tku ruwittat r esiamet ne raiaaMiaiiilif tv taitmtat. as aam.oiu
aayraMaa ia tartan tram faafar.
CHRISTMAS TREES
Sir:
See what happens to squawkers and gripers, who pick on
every detail to harrass the poor Governor. Because a few dis disgruntled
gruntled disgruntled characters thought that their next-door neighbor had
a better tree delivered to her house at 'Christmastime, she (or
he) made a great uproar about it.
The result is that the fine service which has become a tradi tradition
tion tradition with Zonlans will be stopped and we will all go down to some
local arena and light for the mightiest tre. of all. Some Christ Christmas
mas Christmas spirit!
There were always some people whp preferred to go and
choose their own tree, and ther.; were always plenty for them to
select from. Only an idiot coujd imagine any employe of the
Commissary Division going to the trouble to sort through the
trees and pick out the best ones to deliver or the worst ones. But
I guess Panama canal will save a few extra dollars It might have
paid to the local rate employes who do "the job. Won't the GAO
be delighted?
A suggestion to our Governor. Just changing things-is not al always
ways always making an Improvement. In the matter of trees the previous
arrangement was convenient for 99"- of the people concerhed.

'Ms
enrt

I'm sorry to read that we won't have our Christmas trees
delivered by the milkman anymore. My children have always
enjoyed this as part of their Christmas, and to many of us,
the day of the tree-delivery brings '.he first Christmas glow
to our hearts.
I know it is a far cry from going Into the woods, cutting
down a trees and dragging it home through the nippy winter
tlr as most of us did when we were children, but it is what
the children have grown used to and the beginning of their
Christmas.

JDUb UU1 ICgUidi il
in the last round-up. "The old
m a sname.
' u
t uah hi nniw.pri
beginning to spring up all over

pi it seems to be in tne nanas 01 privme capita.
Wonder what happened to all the cooperative movements

thai, announced, big plans to go
u.il.n anrl .,f tlio voar tn
J Thought to bear on the 10,000

will lose ineir commissary armiecs cumc u. 01.
Tt mc that ih nffpr marie hv Nnson Ror.ketcller to

V All KbUld L mil. .....n, I
finance a super-market cannot be taken up by any of the
cooperative movements because they lack the minimum num-
. ...... a ...... .1 1 I I - ,.f Un

c-oi mem Dens ana amount oi
mnriitinn. lor the extension

sbn5 o?
consumer cooperatives btaut organized aer anywhere near one
quarter of that figure. Evan their combined numerical
strength seems to fall short of even half of 4,000.
Tne cooperative movement making the most progress is
one led by an accountant by the name of Reld, but like all
the others its success in setting up a 'supermarket ,som time
next year seems rather remote umess it gets a greater influx
of members.
Here's Hoping

CROWD SEEN
Sir"
If Panama's cops are so cracksharp, so efficient, so consci conscious
ous conscious of traffic problems, why don't they clear up the clogged
njain drags of the city?
Everytime I try to do something important, or get into a
"bar, I have to fight my way through waves of lottery-ticket
pushers, amorous young misses, dog-peddling urchins, nickle nickle-nursing
nursing nickle-nursing missionaries, quack-llterlture retailers, and slack-jawed
tourists. Its disgusting to be both dry and stranded in the
center of a swirling, sweaty mess of oedestrians going nowhere
, ery slowly. wt ....

And Panamas ponce ao
i.ir.ic cti'A at irirls who've
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pressively blow their piasuc wnisucs.
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By VICTOR RIISEU
If we don't cross Harry Bridges
until we have to come to him, it
may well be too late. Time' has
served Harry well. It has left its
mark only in the swiftness of the
pulse and sourness in the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, matched only by the tart tartness
ness tartness of tongue from which roll
arrogance and hints of power too
few take seriously.
While his old colleagues in Sn.
vieteering labor circles scurry
ana witner before secret federal
grand juries, Harry Bridges
openly defies investiea tions and
literally thumbr his big nose at
tne com Dined forces of the fed federal
eral federal government And his power
and his red tribe increases day
by day.
I have just flown in from the
West where, for example, a Den Denver
ver Denver Grand Jury has ceased its
probing into the activities of the
strategic Mine, Mill and Smelter
Wrokers a union without whose
members we could not defend
ourselves against the Soviets for
very long. That Grand Jury has
just indicted 14 of this union's of.
ficials.
Meanwhile, I found that back
here in the grand canyons of New
York, a very hush hugh federal
Grand Jury has been riding herd
on eastern friends of the Soviet
Union friends lodged in some
of our most sensitive electronic
plants. From these cartfully
guarded Installations roll the won won-derment
derment won-derment of modern warfare, prov proving
ing proving that truth is stranger than
science fiction.
, This federal Grand Jury has sub sub-penaed
penaed sub-penaed several score witnesses witnesses-many
many witnesses-many of whom were leaders of
the pro-Soviet United Electrical
Workers Union. This union recog recognized
nized recognized push-button warfare back in
the days when hurrying lunchtime
crowds would waste precious
n inutes to stop and stare sky skyward
ward skyward at a wire-strutted biplane
doing a Rickenbacker roll. This
union, was -thp ..first t
electronic plants and place its
peopie at ine impulse of the fu future.
ture. future. Now the new secret Grand
Jury wants to know just where
they are.
It's worth noting, in passing, that
we have heard the leaders of this
union shout out against colonial colonial-ism,
ism, colonial-ism, imperialism and for working
class solidarity. But we have just,
heard even more loudly the si silence
lence silence from its headquarters when
union leaders and rank-and-file
members were shot down by So Soviet
viet Soviet tanks in Budapest streets.
There will be those who will
sy, why vast time and money
looking into the,, old. pro-Soviet
today? W(rer hm thCy
Weil, Harry Bridges has' long
been one of the leaders of the
pro-Soviet crowd inside labor
Back in the old CIO days
Bridges, who heads the Long Long-shprrmen's
shprrmen's Long-shprrmen's and Warehousemen's
Union, wjs one of the pro-Com-mur.ists'
whips. Many can tell
you of the old hotel room cau caucuses
cuses caucuses whei. policy was decided
and they cam down to conven conventions
tions conventions to tear at the nervous sys system
tem system of the late revered and be beloved
loved beloved Phil Murray.
Yet today Bridges has the
power to defv our Ton
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Justice Department and the
Army, wavy, Air Force and Ma
rines as well. All these federals
are concentrated on th Hnntim
outposts. They have been so con-
cernen over Bridges' power there
that this military and naval com command
mand command h&S had its neonln an
through secret mock mobiliza mobilizations
tions mobilizations and practice alerts every
three months to be prepared to
counter the possible moves of
Bridges and his 24,000 followers
on the Hawaiian Islands.
When retired Lt. Gen .John W
(Iron Mike) O' Daniel and other
Pentagon officials told this to the
Senate Internal Security Subcom
mittee, it decided to hold hearings
in Honolulu.
That was the Senate's right. It
was also Harrv Bridees' richr. to
protest, to sneer, to declaim and
proclaim nis disapproval. Hut it
was not Bridges' right to threaten
to shut down the islands with a
general strike In violation of his
tnree year contract on the docks
and plantations if the eommitten
dared meet on that bit of Amer
ican soil.
But that's exactly .vhat Bridges
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Things have moved so fast since
the elections that I haven't had
time to sort out anything. The
world in past weeks has been a
nine-ringed circus, as if it con contained
tained contained movies ami the World Se Series
ries Series plus a McCarthy hearing on
the side.
BPt it seems to me that if we
can digest this horrible goulash
of events without dying of acute
international indigestion, we are
pretty well off at home, no mat matter
ter matter what the late Adlai might say.
It is doubtful if Ike is going to
hold Washington with tanks and
cannons, however peeved he may
become at a balky Congress.
We hit a new era, I believe,
with Ike's landslide. Both parties
battled to a Mexican standoff;
both parties lost. The extreme
right-wingers on the Republican
side got their starboard flippers
clipped and the extreme lefties on
the Democratic flank acquire an
acute bursitis.
This Is a good thing. The philos philosophy
ophy philosophy of the old Taft sector was
ancient dogma, and to reverse on
the ADA or Henry Wallace front
was too close to communism for
comfort. Both having been leav leavened,
ened, leavened, it makes the American peo people
ple people the winner.
If we live long enough to see
the next presidential election, it
will be unique. You will have a
struggle which will be neither all
white nor all black but in which
some possibility will be present
to vote for the best man in a field
which is not very different.
As an American I was enraged
by the cool, arrogant cynicism of
Roosevelt, his high-handed inter-
did threaten.
By so doing, Harry Bridges con confirmed
firmed confirmed what this column has al always
ways always charged: that when the time
came, Bridges would use his
dock wallopers warehousemen
and plantation workers union' in
swift political maneuvers wben. he
was displeased with U.S. govern government
ment government policy, or any part thereof.
Bridges delivered this threat at
a union dinner the night of Nov.
10. He said, in a manner as blunt
as it was arrogant, that his 24,000
followers would leave their jobs
during 'the Senate hearings. This
would cost the workers millions
of dollars in wages and would cut
company profits as well. And it
could be rehearsal for other mo moments
ments moments of Harry's Irritation.
He raises an interesting point.
Who governs who in these United
States?
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vention into other people's affairs
and his downright ignorance of
the danger which abided in the
kitchen matches with which he so
gleefully played.
As an American I was eve'i
more enraged at the poolroom
party politics played by Harry
Truman in the country's highesc
office, his disregard of fact, hi-t
government by crony, his aim aimless
less aimless accusations and general give
'am hell techniques as a Presi President.
dent. President. He never left Kansas City.
As an American I was appallel
at the prospect of the airy Adlst
and the oafish Kefauver at the
helm. For jokes, we can always
hire Bob Hope; for raw-boned,
homesnun ner.-onal annearaaaaar.
Herb Shriner is available. Ycl
that is what the Democrats of
fered as a ticketwisecracks and
ough-hewn appearance topped b;
an egghead and a coonskin cap.
At" least todav the Democratic
decks are clean, swept down an t!
holystoned. I suppose old Keef
will want to make another try
since he has a chronic Presiden-
Tito Seeking
Soviet Helm?
MOSCOW, Nov. 23 (UP) -Prav-
da today accused Ygoslav Pes' Pes'-dent
dent Pes'-dent Tito of trying to break ri
the Communist bloc and hinted he
is seeking to take over its leader leadership
ship leadership from the Soviet Union.
In a six thousand word editor!; I
that ran across three of its six
pages, the Soviet Communist par
tv newspaper tore into Tito'?
Dut. Mm, 11 tn nihil.."'
accent at x uia i.uv. ii, m hji" i
the Ygoslav President sharpl
:.: : & o : -i. i: t ti ..
criucizeu ouviet uuiity 111 nungc-
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But the relatively friendly tone
of the editorial indicated that no
break between Russia and Yugos
lavia was imminent.
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dreadfully dead in the market and
win not oe peddling military re reduction
duction reduction and cessation of atom ex experiments
periments experiments at a time when the
world is lit by a doten separate
ines ana wnen tne Kussians have
again revealed themselves as
murderous bandits, bent on plun plundering
dering plundering the globe ?t gunpoint.
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balding little man in a pin-striped
suit has been knocking politely on
doors at the State Department. To
those who will listen, he urges
that the Unied Staes refuse rec recognition
ognition recognition of (he new puppet regime
in Hungary and withdraw the
American legation from Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. "Give the Hungarian people this
small moral victory," he pleads
in a sad, small, resigned voice,
"or they will lose all faith in the
West."
The little man is Ferehc Nagy,
a premier without a country, wno
won Hungary's only postwar elec election
tion election in 1946. But in 1947, while
Nagy was in Switzerland on va vacation,
cation, vacation, the Reds seized power
and demanded his resignation.
They held his 4-year-old son hos hostage
tage hostage until he cave in. Nagy now
makes his home on a farm in Vir Virginianear
ginianear Virginianear Washington, so he can
plead for his people.
The Hungarians looked to the
West for help that never arrived,
Nagy tells the Stfte Department.
I hey were not fighting for Red
Cross packages," he says with a
slight trace of contempt.
it would crush their spirit, he
contends, if the United States
should now recognize the Red ty tyrants
rants tyrants who crushed their revo revolution.
lution. revolution. "The Hungarian people hate the
Russians, but they have lost con
fidence in the West," says Nagy.
U is too late to offer military
help, he adds, but there is tsill
time for moral encouragement.
The quiet little man in the pin pinstriped
striped pinstriped suit sounds like Ameri America's
ca's America's conscience speaking.
OOP PROBLEMS
Republicans who are frank
about the election returns admit
that they will have to do some something
thing something about three key issues:
1, the farm problem; 2, small
business; 3, public power. They
attribute the gross failure of the
Republican Party as a party,
compared with its leader, tc these
three issues.
Of the three, the one on which
the Republicans took the most
clear-cut and decisive beating
was public power. Almost every
candidate who championed the
Eisenhower partnership policy
with the private untilities was de defeated.
feated. defeated. Here is the roll call of the
political disaster:
Oregon The Democrats swept
the state. They elected, a gover governor,
nor, governor, grabbed control of the state
Legislature for the first time in
years, and sent two new con congressmen
gressmen congressmen to Washington. In addi addition,
tion, addition, Ike's hund-picked candidate
for the Senate, Doug McKay, a
former member of the Cabinet,
was defeated.
On totf of this, -Eisenhower's
own personal margin was cut 50
per cent compared with his vote
in 1952.
The chief issue was water power,
particularly Hells Canyon.
The Eisenhower administration
turned the last giant dam site in
the United States over to Idaho
Power and Light, despite a Ions
battle in the Northwest and in the
Senate for government develop development.
ment. development. Doug McKay, when governor of
Oregon, was considered a liberal.
But as secretary of the interior
in Washington he got indelibly
tagged with the private utiliy
partnersnip policies of the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration. Actually, he
was the fall guy. He was not the
man who made the decisions, but
the man who carried them out.
Finally he was persuaded to
run tor tne senate, tnougn actual actually
ly actually he had no alternative. He
would have been dropped from
the Cabinet had he not been per persuaded.
suaded. persuaded. Despite A special trip by Ike to
Oregon, despite terrific 'sums
poured into Oregon by the GOP
high command, McKay lost to
Sen. Wayne Morse, the chief Sen Senate
ate Senate champion of Hells Canyon.
Also in Oregon Rep. Harris
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lost to Charlie Porter, Democrat.
Porter was the first to expose the
Al Sarena giveaway of the Rogue
River National Forest in which
Ellsworth intervened and persuad persuaded
ed persuaded Secretary McKay to send ore
all the way to Mobile, Ala., for a
special, assay. Ellsworth also in introduced
troduced introduced the Ellsworth timber ex ex-change
change ex-change bill permitting big lumber
companies to exchange their land
for national forest land, also
wanted the utilities to build gener generating
ating generating facilities at Cougar Dam.
Also in Oregon Rep. Sam'
Coon, Republican, lost to Al UU UU-man.
man. UU-man. Democrat. Coon hart intro
duced the bill to turn the power
from John Dav Dam -vr fa Wal
Utilities. He was a top booster for
me JMsennower partnership with
private utilities policy.
Montana Rep. Orvin Fjare,
Reoublican. was ri t f e a t H hv
L. H. Anderson, Democrat after
Fjare supported Ike's veto of the
Yeuowtau uim and Reservoir
project. Simultaneously Rep. Lee
Metcalf. Democrat, whn nnnnsprl
Ike's power policies, was re-elect
ed by a wide margin.
Idaho Sen. Herman Welker,
Reoublican. was defeated hv a
young Democratic lawyer, Frank
Church, even though Church
faced a split Democratic ticket.
weiKer nao Deen a vociferous out-
tonhnlpr fnr t,hr Irlahn Pnwr
Company in its battle for Hells
l" Ti j:j .'. 1 i. -1
oanyvn. ii uiu us ueai 10 re-eiecu
him, but failed.
Congresswoman Gracie Pfost,
Democrat, who fought against
Idaho Power and for Hells Can Canyon
yon Canyon was re-elected by a big ma majority.
jority. majority. Washington Gov. Arthur Langlie
handpicked by the White House
to defeat Sen. Warren Magnuson,
was defeated. He was made the
GOP keynote speaker at the San
Francisco convention in order to
help him. Ike went all the way
to Seattle to speak for him. He
lost. There were other factors,
but' Langlie had opposed Hells
Canyon. Magnuson had battled
for it.
Rep. Hal Holmes, a Republican
veteran of many years, has been
trailing Frank Le Roux, Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, in a close race. Holmes was
a partnership power man, favored
private power operation at John
Day Dam.
California Rep. Leroy Johnson,
Republican, was defeated, after
14 years In Congress, by John J.
McFali, Democrat. Johnson was
an ardent admirer and booster of
the Pacific Gas and Electric Corn'
pany. They in turn boosted him. i
But when the Si.n Joaquin Valley
flooded his district and his record
against public power Was re revealed
vealed revealed in thi column, he was
defeated.
Colorado Ex-Gov. Dan Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton rinse friend an-l eolfinc oart-
ner of President Eisenhower, was
defeated for tne senate oy ex ex-Congressman
Congressman ex-Congressman John Carroll, Dem Democrat.
ocrat. Democrat. Thornton was head of the
GOP farm committee, got all
kinds of support from GOP lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Various factors contributed
to his defeat, but one was admin administration
istration administration lukewarmne- toward
the Arkansas frying pan project.
Rep. Edgar- Chenoweth, Re Republican,
publican, Republican, who refused to help the
Hells Canyon congressional
group, also came within a narrow
margin of defeat.
All in all,N the so-called power
"giveaways" really hurt the GOP.
Just how this will affect such
stanch power disciples as Sena Senators
tors Senators Goldwater of Arizona, Bar Barrett
rett Barrett of Wyoming, and Dworshak
of Idaho remains to be seen.
Note Despite this Republican
record, Sen. Lyndon Johnson pro proposed
posed proposed appointing Sen. George
Smathers, one of the few Demo Democrats
crats Democrats who voted against Hells
Canyon, as Democratic whip of
the Senate.
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Mortgage Buying
Agency Changes
Purchase Policy
Washington, not. 23 cup)
The government's home mortgage
buying agency announced today it
will restrict future purchases to
mortgages on houses not more
than four months old.
The action is effective immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. The Federal National Mortgage
Assg. said it will confine its pur purchases
chases purchases to mortgages that are of offered
fered offered within four months following
the date of the Federal Housing
Administration Insurance or the
Veterans Administration certi certificate
ficate certificate of guaranty.
Until now the agency would buy
up any acceptable government government-mortgages.
mortgages. government-mortgages. The program was set
up to help lending agencies, who
are unable to find permanent buy buyers
ers buyers like insurance companies, sell
their mortgages so their own
funds are not tiel up-
J. Stanley Baughman, president
of the agency, said the action "is
designed not only to make more
funds available for financing new
construction and help home build builders
ers builders and others engaged in the In Industry
dustry Industry but to help prospective buy buyers
ers buyers of new hdmes as well."
The agency, which started buy buying
ing buying government-backed mortgages
in November 1954, has purchased"
some 484.5 million dollars worth,
leaving only about 433 million dol dollars
lars dollars of ita purchasing authority
left.
This so called "secondary mar market
ket market operation" has been particu particularly
larly particularly heavy this year because of
the tightness of money in the face
of heavy demanls from borrow borrowers
ers borrowers especially business on
available savings.
Mrs. Emma Dobbin
Dies In N. Jersey
News of the death of Mrs. Em Emma
ma Emma F. Dobbin of Elizabeth. N.J.,
mother of Mrs. Ruth Rubelll has
been received.
Mrs. Rubelll was at her moth mother's
er's mother's bedside at the time of death,
on Sunday night, Nov. 18.
Mrs. Dobbin was well known
on the Atlantic side, having vis visited
ited visited here with Capt. and Mrs. R.
W. Rubelll. Mrs. Dobbin Is sur survived
vived survived bv her sons, George C. and
Leonard In addition to Mrs. Rubelll.

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Atlanta NAACP

Up For Contempt

ATLANTA (UP) The National
Assn. for the Advancement of
Colored People has until Dec. 5

to snow why its officers should
not be held in contempt for fail failing
ing failing to produce records for state
income tax purposes.
Judge Durwood Pye of the Ful Fulton
ton Fulton County Superior Court issued
a show cause order at a hearing
last night afte. state agents tried
in avin to obtain the records from
the Atlanta and the regional
NAACP headquarters.
Pye placed the state and region regional
al regional NAACP officials under a tem temporary
porary temporary injunction banning removal
of any records, including what was

believed to be a batch brought

over from Alabama whtn the
NAACP recently was outlawed in
that state.
The state investigation of the
NAACP's tax status was part of
an avowed campaign by Georgia
Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook to drive
the NAACP from the state. Cook
said he plans to seek legislation
next J a nu a r y to outlaw the
NAACP in Georgia, as has been
done in Alabama and Louisiana.
Cook said his first move was a
challenge of the NAACP's tax ex exemption
emption exemption status as a charitable or organization,
ganization, organization, for which he needed
the record.. He obtained a court
order that they be produced, but
state revenue agents failed to get
them after several hours of ma maneuvering
neuvering maneuvering during yesterday's "vis "visits."
its." "visits." Pye's order was issued against
five defendants. One of the five,
D. L. Hollowell, denied being
chairman of registration for the
Atlanta NAACP branch. The ques question
tion question was held in abeyance pend pending
ing pending the contempt hearing.
Mrs. Ruby Hurley, southern re regional
gional regional NAACP director, was listed
in the earlier court order demand demanding
ing demanding an inspection of the records
but was not named in the con contempt
tempt contempt eer because she permit permitted
ted permitted the agents to inspect records
In her office. Those records were
nothing but correspondence, how-

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The Rev. Rev. Lemuel Shirley
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frm patronizing New York City's taverns. Too yotithlul-loofting customers are asked to face
the bar's "age detector." Standing before the machine with his identification papers on the
stsjnd below, would-be patron and" his papers are photographed on a single film when the bar bartender
tender bartender pushes the switch. The idea is that under-age people won't allow themselves to be
photoaraDhed with falsified identification.

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ALBANY, Nov. 23 (UP) New
try its big boost in the state. Na Natural
tural Natural cement was used in every
year's output was valued at about
it.
7 i 'Iff
It is cement.
It was the construction of the
Erie Canal that gave the indus industry
try industry its big boost in the stae. Na Na-ural
ural Na-ural cemen was used in every
lock and aqueduct.
When Portland cement began to

be used in the United States pro producers
ducers producers found that the Hudson Riv River
er River Valley had all the necessary
materials including clay depos-

its and cheap water transporta

tion. To this day the area pro

duces a larger share of cement

than any oer in the state.

In 1955 nearly 18.5 million bar barrels
rels barrels of Portland cement were
manufactured in New York. The

yaar's output was valuel at about

$52,908,000.

85-Year-OM Saves
On $91.65 Per Month
MIAMI. Fla. (UP) Eighty Eighty-five
five Eighty-five year old Harry Bickford
scoffs at elderly people who com complain
plain complain about money. He lives on
$91.65 a month and gets along
"fine."
"The trouble is most old peo people
ple people nowadays want too much,"
the retired newspaper stereotyper
said. "I read the other day about
a man retired on $250 a month
and couldn't make endj meet. If
I was that fellow, J think 1 was
a millionaire."
Bickford retired at 70 after
working on newspapers all over
the country. When his Lst paper
in San Diego, Calif., folded and
his wife died, Bickford headed for
Florida.
"All I had, besides my little

savings," he said, "was a $58.50

social security check monthly and
$33.15 a "month from an annuity.
And I get along fine."
He bought his one-oedroom cot

tage and furnished it for a total

investment of about $4,000. He did

most of the work fixing up the
place and he beautified his yard
with shrubs und fruii. 'trees.

Bickford does all his own work.
He cooks, washes, irons, keeps
house and shops. He said he
spends about three days a week
or. the housework. The rest of the
week he goes to ball games, re

laxes, talks to people and "once

in a while I take m a movie

Bickford said food costs him $5
to 7 a week, and "I eat well-

bacon and eggs, vegetables,
stews, soups, cheese; things like
that."

And he added that he has wine

"or something stronger" every
night before retiring.

He spends about $6 a month fqr

electricity; water comes from a

pump; he subscribes to a news

paper and his bus fare he likes

to ride downtown and look at peo people
ple people runs about $1 a week. He

spends 40 cents a week for cigars

"I stretch every dollar," the oc oc-tigenarian
tigenarian oc-tigenarian said. "And at the end
of each year, I have about $200

left."

What does this "king in his

castle do with his $200 savings

from nis annual income ot $i,u9. $i,u9.-80.
80. $i,u9.-80. "I use that for Christmas pres
ents." he explained.

When anyone asks him how he

lives on his income, Bickford ai

rways replies:

"If you ve got a little place of
your own and can take care of
yourself, it's easy. "I wouldn't
trade places with anybody."

Pentagon Peacemakers Plan
Guided Missile Armistice

WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 (UP) long has viewed the intermediate

Top Defense Department officials
have laid before Defense Secre

tary Charles E. Wilson a plan

aimed at ending the Army Air egy.

Force row over guided missiles, There

t was learned yesterday.
Under the plan, the Army would

confine its missile program to

anti-aircraft weapons and the Air
Force would concentrate on long long-ranjc
ranjc long-ranjc ballistic missiles.
This, officials believe, would go
a long way towards eliminating
overlapping programs that have
built up a rivalry between the two
services.
Wilson is expected to make a
decision on the proposal within
the next week. If he approves it,
the plan will have a far-reaching

effect dn future roles and missions
of the Army and 'Air Force.
The Army, which wants to use

the ballistic missile as a long long-range
range long-range offensive weapon, would
find itself largely limited to a de

fensive and tactical role in this

tficld.

The Air Force, on the other

hand, would find its air defense

role somewhat curtailed but would

remain unchallenged as the na

tion's long-range strategic strik

ing force.

While several proposals have

been put before Wilson, highly
placed sources said the most

widely backed recommendation
would have this effect:

The Army would be given re respond
spond respond bility for anti-aircraft mis

sile defense. It would retain its
present Nike missile and take
over the Talos missile which the
Air Force had been planning to
instal.

The Air Force would be given
control over the intermediate
range ballistic missile ah
atomic armed weapon with a
1,5000 mile range on which both
the Air Force and Army are now
working on a competitive basis.
The recommendation represents
a mixture of victory and defeat
for both services, but for the
Army the setback probably would

outweigh the gains. The Army

range ballistic missile as a way
to recapture a more predominat predominating
ing predominating role in modem military strat-

were Indications, how

ever, that the Army may gam
new latitude in other fields.
The impending decision on mis missiles
siles missiles was described by top defense
officials as part of a sweeping

review of service missions resultr
ing from swift technological ad

vances in warfare, uut oi mis
review may come decisions more
favorable to the Army, such as
lifting the present 5,000-pound lim

itation on the wcignt ot Army air airplanes.
planes. airplanes.

TIip basic roles and missions of

the services were laid out in the

so-called Key West agreement oi

1948. But recently they have tend tendon
on tendon to collide as each found techno

logical developments that jumped
the dividing lines. : ;

The inter-service squaome
erupted into a public controversy
this year and provoked criticism
in Congress, Air Force and Army
plans to set up different anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft missile systems resulted
in congressional action to cut off
ho Mr Vnrce. rroeram until the

Defense Department resolved the
basic question of which service K

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WASHINGTON, Nov.' 23 Tur Tur-keve
keve Tur-keve raised on United States

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per cent of the U. S. total. The
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Merced, Stanislaus and Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles ranked second, third, fourth
and fifth, resepct-vely.
Retreat, H. .;
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SAN BERNARDI, Nov. 23 (UP)
What happened yesterday to a
Marine helicopter pilot, steeped in
the Corp's "no retreat" tradition,
was enough to make him want to
join the infantry.
While the rotors of Capt. Max
Schumacher's helicopter whirred
fast enough to drive him forward

at 55 miles per hour, the wind
near a 10,000 acrfe brush fire he
was spotting drove him that fast
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Between Meetings
TROY, N.Y. Nov. 23 (UP) Two
brothers were reunited here after
a separation of 43 years and two
wars.
Fritz Biejass came to this coun country
try country from Germany when he was
19. His brother, Arthur, 21 at the
time, stayed in Germany through
both World Wars.
Five years ago, Arthur's son,
Manfred, reached his uncle's
home here after escaping from
the East German zone. Manfred
served in the U.S. Air Force and
finally was stationed in Frankfurt,

Germany, where he nude contact
with his parents who had fled
from East Germany.
He now has brought his parents

to this country as his dependents,

thereby reuniting the two

brothers.

Almost A Return,

But Wrong Veteran
TALLAHASSEE, Fla,, Nov. 23
(UP For a while it seemed
the "Grand Old Army of the Rt Rt-public"
public" Rt-public" was on the march again.
Veterans Administration .work .workers
ers .workers were surprised when a bent
old man .showed up yesterday with
genuine discharge papers from the
Union Army, dated' Aug. 4, 1865,
and asked if he were eligible for
a pension.
The papers indicated the man,
Charles Day, to be 169 years old.
"The discharge papers threw
me at first;" ,VA representative
Joseph Barry said.. "They belong'
ed to lus father who served in
the Army of the Shenandoah from
Feb. 13, 1865 to Aug. 4, 1865.
, It turned out that. Day. wanted,
to know, if sons of Union Army
veterjans cqujd get pensions, Bar Barry
ry Barry sid.

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Operation Mercy Breaks Through
To Bring Food, Aid To Hungary

y KINNITH GILMORI

KLINGENBACH, Austria -i

inEA) It is six in the morn

inc. The early light of a cold

dawn seeps through a cloudy sky.

gradually finding the 15 trucks
prayed white down to their hub
They stand in line like giant
ttws, waiting. They arc the con convoy
voy convoy of the International Red
Cross, trucks full of food and
medical supplies for Budapest
and the other starving, staggered

cities in revolution-torn Hungary.
And they must watt until the

pro-Communist Hungarian puppet
soldiers, obeying strings pulled

from Moscow, let them pass into

Hungary.

Doctors and drivers in their
white coats and pants and Red
Crow armbands drink hot coffee,
with the dawn showing the urgen

cy etched on their faces.

"We have every expectation of

Mag able to get through," says
Dr. Hans Ulrieh Williner, the

handsome Swiss doctor in charge

And then he crunches across the

gravel to the stark cement Hun

garian customs house. He goes in

aide, ledbyaswarthy man in

boots and a black fur coat.

Around the area, peasant wom

en are digging up sugar beets.

oblivious to the drama going on

in the customs bouse,

This is where cross and Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin meet. This is Operation Mer

cy's breakthrough. This is where

the hopes of a generous and mer

ciful world are centered. It is the
culmination of the work of hun

dreds of volunteers.

Back in Vienna, the almost
overwhelming job of keeping the
supply line moving continues.

Bigger convoys will follow. At
last report, more than 500 tons of
supplies have reached Vienna by

wane, tram ana trucx. xney tm

tow warehouses.

From the Netherlands have come
40 tons of condensed milk, 25
tons of canned food stuffs, 35
tons of cocoa. Food and medicine

have poured in -from the U.S

Some days ago, this reporter flew
in, on an Air Force Globemaster
with blood pasma sent by the
American Red Cross. Much .more

has arrived since,

For example, the American and
Canadian Red Cross sent 3,000
blankets and 1,000 sheets, shipped
by rail from Great Britain. These
are' earmarked for the Hungarian
refugees who stream over the
border by thousands each day.
Besides supplies, volunteers con

tribute their services. By the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds they come, willing to do
anything. Two working girls from

lawomia, on vacai

nothing but bathe babies. Each

dav. bus loads of boy and girl

students from the University of

Vienna go out to the refugee cen

ters.

Nurses and doctors from all

Europe leave their jobs and come
to the center here at Klingenbach.
Mrs Wnlfcantr Wolf, the stunnine

wife of the MGM business repre

sentative m Vienna, answers tele

phones 18 hours a day.

"All of us here want to neip in

some way," she says. It s the

very least we can do."

Four medical students come

from Oxford University, working

next to Austro-Hungarians of
royal descent. Prince Liechten

stein, acts as an interpreter for
Canadian Red Cross official Dick
Gluns. Baroness Hennigstein
works at Traiskirehen, one of the
biggest refugee camps. Princess
Hohenlohe operates a switch

board.

And the key link in the chain
of money, material and men is
here, with the hours going by and
no sign of Soviet approval of the
convoy's entrance.
This cf.nM ripvelon into history's

greatest international mercy bri

gade. But the delay na- stretcnea
into days and the convoy has
waited here for 26 hours. The

main nhiectiv of Williner and the

Red Cross officials has been to
give the Russians no possible ex

cuse for refusal.
Apparently they are successful.

Williner comes out, gives the sig signal
nal signal The drivers dash for the

trucks. The motors roar. The
Kremlin has said it's all right and
the man in the black fur coat

lifts the barrier.

The trucks roll for, ard, down

the road to Soproc and 200 miles

to Budapest. The song of the mo motors
tors motors is drowned out by the cheer

ing of the Red Cross officials and

the volunteer workers.

Then they turn back to their

other work.

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fice office or the chairmanship of a

committee just because you are
shy. Taking. a. leading part in
club activities is an excellent

way to gain self-confidence.

Why hide in the back row

when yon can both give and

ga'n by leading?

MR. AND MRS. HOWARD RAYNOR GARNER shown at their wedding, which took place Nov.
10 at Curundu Protestant Chapel. Mrs. Garner is the former Miss Margaret Alpha Zent,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Zent of Curundu Heights.

AMBASSADOR AND MRS. RICARDO ARIAS
WILL BE FETED BY 'MACHETEROS' AT GOLF CLUB
Panama's Ambassador to the United States Ricardo
Arias and Mrs. Arias will be the guests of honor at a party
to be given tomorrow by a group of golfers knows as the
Macheteros.
This group of about 40 golfers will hold a tournament
during the afternoon. Following this, their wives will join
them for dinner at the Panama Golf Club.

Garner-Ztnt

Wedding
Miss Margaret Alpha 'Zent,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Llewel Llewellyn
lyn Llewellyn Zent of Curundu Heights, be became
came became the bride of Howard Ray-

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The bride, who was given away

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by her father, wore a gown of
white lace with a high neck, fit

ted bodice and a full skirt with a
ruffle of blue nylon net. Her veil
of blue nylon net was fitted to a
crown of lace lined with pearls

and rhinestones. The bridal bou

quet was a nosegay ol white gar

denias circling blue hydrangeas.

Mrs. filizabexh Bean, the ma matron
tron matron of honor wore a pink lace

dress with pink nylon net over
taffeta and a fitted cap of the

same color. She carried a nose

gay of pink carnations.

The best man .was Frank Cass

and the ushers were John Burke

and Richard W. Beall.

The ceremony was performed by
Milton Leidig.
The bride is a graduate of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School, class of '55 and

a member of the Orchid Chapter

iso.a o.E.s.
The groom is with the 534 Mili Military
tary Military Police Company, Ft. Clayton.
Following the ceremony, a re

ception was held at the Curundu
Chapel Annex. The couple t he n
left for Seacliff Acres, where they

spent ineir honeymoon.

ft

Cat notice tor inclusion m (hit
column should b submitted ill
type-wrirfen tors and matted to ont
ot the box numbers listed daily in
" Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to tha office. Notice of
meetings; cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Doctors' Wives'
Club Meets Wednesday

Thj mnnthlv mteting of the

Doctors' Wive' Cuo witl take tne

iorm of a luncheon to be held at
the Amador Officers' Open Mess
at 12:30 next Wernesday.
Members are asked to bring
comic books lor tne pe d i a i r ic

playroom.

Pickle-Cheddar Spread
Homemade Christmas Gift

By GAYNOR MAODOX,
NEA Fool and Markets Editor

MAK FRJENOS

W0T JUTS W

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRINCI
A SIXTH birthday recently
brought Frank C. the usual influx
of new toys. To make room for
them on his shelves, his mother
had to move others to his closet
She writes, "I could hardly get
them in, so jammed is the closet
with toys the boy has been accu accumulating
mulating accumulating for years. Last year, we
tried to persuade him to give some
away, but he refused to part with
any. What can we do about this?"

It s never wim, A think, to try
to "persuade" a child to give a-

way what he wants to keep.

However, we can riwfti7j that.

frame is unable to relese the

stagnation in his toy closet and
release it for him: Let's simply
pack up his most outgrown toys
for storage in the attic or celler.

iius removal, wnirn n c.

sure him maintains his ownership
of his property, also breaks his
close ccntact with it. By next year,

ne may oe ready to acknowl acknowledge
edge acknowledge that he hasn't missed his old
toys and be willing to give some
away.

CHILDREN hoard toys for the
same reason that very old people
dine to jspIpss helnnoinae a:.

i i m 7, UIS-
trust of their capacity to acquire
better ones. When we allow chil children
dren children to accumulate a lot of unus-

HANDSOME CONTAINERS, packed with a personal gift of a
cheese spread, can solve the Christmas gift pTcSwt.

(Continued on Page 7)

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(Makes about 6 cups)
Eight cups grated Cheddar
cheese w)about 4 pounds), 1 cup
beer, u cup dill pickle liquied, 4
teaspoons paprika, lVa teaspoons

ANNOUNCEMENT
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for teenagers and pre-teens
will be held Jan. 3rd for
Atlantic Side and Jan," 5th
for Pacific Side for regis registration
tration registration and information.

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ed, outgrown playthings, we en encourage
courage encourage that distrust.
Personally. I believe in retiring
one outgrown toy for every new
one a youngster receives at Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and birthdays. If we begin
this custom early in his life, he
accepts it, and with it, changes in
his own growth. Though we should
be tender with his attachment to
certain old toys, we must help
him know he p-efers play with his
new building set to playing with
his old blocks. If we keep, the old
blocks around him all the time we
don't focus his interest in new ex experience
perience experience and his newly developed
powers.
Until Frank has really accepted
himself as a six-year-old boy, we
mustn't give his three-year eld
toys away.
IN Dr. Erich From m's new-,
book, "The Art of Loving," ho
writes, "In the act of giving, I ex
perience my strength, my wealth,
my powers. I experience myself
as overflowing, spending, joyous.
Giving is more Joyous than receiv receiving
ing receiving because in it lies the expres expression
sion expression of my aliveness."
If we use force or moral persua

sion to make a child give away
what he wants to keep, he thinks
of himself, not as strong and pow powerful,
erful, powerful, but as weak and deprived.
Our aggressiveness increases his
problem of self-distrust,

garlic salt, 2 cups finely chopped

dill pickles, 4 teaspoons caraway

seeds.

Combine cheese, beer and pick pickle
le pickle liquid; beat until smooth and
creamy. Add re aming ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients and mix well. Turn into clean
hot jars and seal with melted
paraffin. Store in refrigerator.
Serve as spread for crackers, as
desired.
Wine Cheese Spread
(Makes about I cups)
Eight cups grated processed
Swiss cheese (about 2 pounds), 1
cup sweet pickle liquid, Mi cup dry
white wine, 4 teaspoons paprika,
4 teaspoons celery salt, 4 cups
finely chopped mixed sweet pick pickles.
les. pickles.
Combine cheese, pickle liquid,
wine, paprika and celery salt;
beat until blended. Fold in
pickles. Turn into clean hot jars
and seal with melted paraffin.
Store in refrigerator. Serve as
spread for crackers, as desired.

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AMERICAN
.ruDgpgypgyr daily Ntwspipgn

MXfttberlne Schork (distaff president), Mrs. Wyman, Mrs. Wylder, Mrs. Kin s Lebo Mrs Martin M?rttM, to ,riht 'tlm) Mrs.
.Irs. McCord, Mrs. Boggs, Mrs. Newman (seated), Mrs. Durham, Mrs. Settle, Mrs: Osborne. Mrs TOlwfen mm wwE" lbirnle (instructor), Mil. Cohen,
..Classes are Held every month in Cocoli Clubhouse. ' 1 ewen- Mrs- White, Mrs. Hoppensworth and Mrs. Schroft.

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Continue J

W. K. Harrison

At ItarUiMd
At Frano Emhmv

Mrs. Lionel Vasse, wife of the

Frence Ambassador ot Pnama en
jtertained recently with a luncheon
5n honor of Ms. William K. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, wife of the Commander-in
chief Caribbean Command,
ICristofaal Girl
jNominattd
iFer Who's Who

z misa LfUiua oiuue, a mucin at

Mississippi Southern College, has
fceen nominated to Who's Who for
J re e ft l. 1- I I

Lioo-ia wnicu is comprised ox

itudents chosen from 675 colleges

in umversmes. np seipn.inn is

aHp mi thA hftcis nf rhnlarchin

ue for tuture uselulness. This hon honor
or honor also includes a certificate giv given
en given at graduation and free refer reference
ence reference in placement service.
Miss Stone, daughter of Mr. and

Irs. Earl Stone of Cristobal, was

ine iirst student from Cristobal
High School to receive the Carib

bean College Club's scholarship.
fcrfery th Hat
Thanksgiving
fregram
j The regular weekly meeting of
the Cristobal-Colon Rntarv r. i h

leas held on Wednesday Sbtf was

euicatea to inanKsgiving Day
tlC Rev. Robert ftnssirlr Pa mtnr

f the Lutheran Churchy7 at Bal-

ia oeing tne euest of honor nri

Walter tnr th- A,

'""' spose on tne mean mean-ng
ng mean-ng of Thankscivinff h nr,

his enurk by reminding his lis listeners
teners listeners that the iiav haw it. w

in in the desire of the early" set setter
ter setter in North Am

inanKs for the opportunity given
them to live tho uto j.

"v c ii ii to men
nd for theu first harvest.
! From then Thanksgiving Day
las dpvplnneH to (h ...i

people often overlook, in the en

y meir own table, the
Ct that millions throughout the
World hflvp hard,,

, ""'"J niuwieni 10
gP.body and soul together, Mr.

stressed Ws. remarks by

reference to conditions in Latin
America and urged Rotarians to
rrmpmher that, ornt.itnrie it nntu

sincere when it is accompanied by

constructive eiioris to improve me
lot of those who are in want and
who are only anxious to be given

tne opportunity 01 earning a live

unooa ana providing for them

selves ana their families.

A noteworthy point made by
Mr. Gussick was in rnnnprtinn

with tne various Foreign AiH nm.

gram initiated by the United
Statts. He stressed the fact that

such programs must of necessity

ie into cunsiaerauon tne econo economy
my economy of the recipient nations and

admitted that this called for care

rui study as misdirected assist

ance mignt well result in the im
noverishment In arpas uhnrn t

tempts art being made to devel

op a oaiancea economy.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)

Vassar College
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Enrollment

Just In!

The famous Chain in different ve

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Florida Educator Who
Defended Health
Officer Transferred
JACKSONVILLE (UP)-A North
Florida health edtralor. who art.

mittedly risked his job when he
defended Dr. Deborah Coggins in
a racial issue, has been trans transferred.
ferred. transferred. The educator, Robert H. Brown Browning,
ing, Browning, will leave his present t ri ri-county
county ri-county post to take over on a re research
search research project in Palm Beach
County Dec. 1.
Rrownine nnhlirlv

the action of the Jefferson, Mad

ison ana layior Count, Commis Commissions
sions Commissions in dismissing Dr. Coggin?
tri-county health officer, because
she had lunch with a Negro nurse!
in a public restaurant. A short
time later th latt

Commission asked the Public

neaim oard To transfer Brown

ing Decausa It rla moH Kooltl. r

- ...U H IH IIIJI Ul

Iicer was not nppriprt in th. tri

coumy area.

T h a trancfot w .maj. u

w "a ailiiuuuciu

'icuur.Mi.v nv r u;i ,n 'J' c

j j TTIlauu 1 ouw-
aer, state health officer. Sowder

uui, menunn Jefferson Coun
tys ouster demand but said only
that Browninv ua "n)..i.j ....

. m mm wm.vtcu acv-
eral months ago in regard to this
position and accepted it formally
tocay at the office of the Florida
Vffi I a D r n A f T in

auaiu ox neaim.

Browning inrtlr.iaj i.. i.

pieasea wim his new post
"This is a better job, and is in
field In which I have always
been greatly interested," he said
'I am looking forward to my new

Sowder said Browning will be
officially t ransferred to the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Maternal and Child Health

u. uc otaie Board and will work
out of the Palm Beach County

Plane Jettisons
Wing Fuel Tank
Over Brighton

,,m 1,111 uw' En8'and. Nov. 23
W An unWtified aircraft

jcnouneu one oi its wine fuel
tanbe no., ill - i r

vci mis iog-snrouded city
today, setting off reports of a
plane crash.
The wing tank was reported to

landed in """''L, W" ?

mi, ui a street
Thero was no report of casualties

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Tkot non
Scribe In Midst Of Port Said Melee
Social and Otlt
Jews Reportedly
Being Deported
From Russia
erwi&e
Sweated, Hoped; Candy Stilled Cries

Mrs. Clifford Moore
' Luvk Par Hollywood

Jtrs. Clifford Moore and her two
laughter left Wednesday for the
States where they will make their
hnm in North Hollywood.

Mrs. Moore, who lived on Owen
Street in Balboa was very active

in community and ciuD wore aur-

ing her residence Here.
Harnett And Dunn
Jamboree Is
Mum Success

The Teenage Jamboree sponsor-
bv Hatnett and Dunn at Ama

dor Offietrs' Club Wednesday

night, was enjoyed by both par

ting and cnuaren.

,WARSAW. Nov. 22 (UP)
R a ru. vt c rtf Mirf nf mac rorurt m

Five judges selected three cou-itions jews from former Polish
pies as the winners in their repre- territory in Russia were circulat circulat-sentive
sentive circulat-sentive dances. Janice Speneermg m Warsaw today,
and Charles Bystone won the Jit-
terbuC-B0D Wile: Karen Schmidt; n,. rpnnrte enulH nnl he eon-

and David Egudin were the win-ifirm, officially. gut they said

nmg team for tne lox-iroi ana sue that Soviet authorities were
Thomas and Jerome Steiner won rounding up Jews m the former

the Waltz contest.

One of the highlights of the
evening was the dance with the

parents and their cmiaren. uuie:
features of the evening were a
floor show, games and a buffet.
The next jamboree is planned
for Dec. 1 at Albrook Officers
Club. 1

Polish cities of Grodno, Vilno and
Lvov and the surrounding coun country
try country sde in western Russia, and
deporting them to Siberia.

Ont Jewish resident of Warsaw
told The United Press that hia
father had telephoned him from

Grodno ana reported tnat at least
7,000 Jews had been shipped out
of the area in the past three
weeks.

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Fall Ceremonial
Wll Be Held
Tomorrow

Resident ami visiting Nobles arj
invited to attend the Fall Ceremo Ceremonial
nial Ceremonial of Abou Sad Temple, A AO -NMS.
to be held at the An con
Mionic Temple tomorrow, begin beginning
ning beginning at l p.m. A total of 28 can candidates
didates candidates will crass the 'hot sand."
Af t, o.ra. all Nobtes and their

.kdies will be the guests of Abou
Saad Temple at a dinner to be

held in the Fort Amador Officers

Onen Mds, Dress is optimal, but

wear a fez. There will be danc

ing after dinner to the music of

the Azcarrags Orchestra.

By EDWARD INGRAM

PORT SAID, Egypt, Nov. 23

(UP) I witnessed demonstrations
which swept this Allied-held city
from the closest possible position
reporter could get trapped hi
the middle of the jostling, scream screaming
ing screaming throne.

From Fort Said s rail station,

where the demonstration broke out
with arrival of the first U.N. po

lice force contingent, to the north

ern outskirts of the city, I watched
men and young boys who had been

quiet for days suddenly turn into
animals.
It was one of the most difficult
positions I have ever been in a
position that could easily have led
to bloodshed and still may do so.
Apparently two factors kept the
bloody violence: The crowds of
25,000 to 50,000 remained friendly
to British troops although they
reached fanatical peaks. And the

British soldiers, mostly reservists
and national service men, did not

British jteps, e ach loaded with
four men armed with Sten guns.
The jeep procession nuzzled into
the crowd and we waited for

trouble to break. It never did.
We were surrounded by the!
sweating, screaming crowd. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly a handful of candy part!

of British food packs rained
down on us. I unthinkingly snatch snatched
ed snatched up the candies and threw them
at several youngsters screaming
their heads off around us.
The mad-eyed looks in the near

by throng turned to smiles and
they resumed their chants of
"Nasser, Nasser, Nasser."

Buckingham Palace
Urged To Improve
Public Relations

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a LUNCH any day in our air-conditioned BALBOA ROOM
THERE WILL BE NO BRUNCH THIS SUNDAY
but our BALBOA ROOM will be open as usual for
the regular lunch from 12 noon.
DINING and DANCING nightly in ths rooftop BELLA
VISTA ROOM to the exciting rhythms of CLARENCE
MARTIN'S orchestra.

COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA BAR friends meat at

noon as well as after work to enjoy our fine drinks

and Lucho Azcarraga's organ music.

And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also
the popular CLUB 4:30 from midnight in the bar.

ROUND-THE-CLOCK SERVICE at our
CAPE GRILLE and the
TOCUMEN RESTAURANT and BAR.

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panic.

The crowd shouted for President
Gamal Abdel Nasser and told the
British to go home. The demon

stration was not against the ar arriving
riving arriving Norwegians, and there was
no effort to molest them.

Most Egyptians seemed to have tne

the impression Nasser nimseu
sent the U.N. troops into Port
Ssid and that they were there to
oppose the Anglo French occupa occupa-t'on
t'on occupa-t'on fortfes.
The crowd of 25,000 in which I
found myself trapped reached
such a fever pitch that just one
thrown stone could have touched

off full scale rioting. So could just
one rifle shot from the British
troops,
I was in a jeep with Richard
Hurd of Jhe London Evening Stand

ard and we began following four

LONDON, Nov, 23 (UP)
The joint councdl of Britain's
newspapers urged today that ed editors
itors editors stop "tempting" Buckingham
Palace personnel with money to
find out what goes on inside.
It urged the palace instead to
improve its press relations.

The council also attacked mm

of its own number for covering

princess Margaret-Peter

Townsend story In-a wav that

"descended, to the lowest levels of

bad vaste and wof manners
The Press Council of Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, in its third annual report,
cited headlines like "For nete's

sake, put him out of his misery"
In attacking coverage of the royal

romance. i

"Such coarse impertinence was
an in.sult to the princess and an
offense against the decencies of
British public life," the report
said.

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HIGHWAY BABY Weighing a trifling 351 pounds, a Kleinschnlttger. imported from Germany,
gets a happy lift from airline stewardesses in Chicago. The car is 3 feet wide and 84 feet
long, and was being flown from New York to Omaha, Neb. The gala with the helping hands aire,
left to right: Nancy Tut tie, Donna Tredup and Cecelia Koehnke.

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by Enkin Johnson

HOLLYWOOD (NEA Be Behind
hind Behind the Screen: Hollywood's

trickiest stunt of the year didn't

happen on a studio sound stage.
It happened in MGM's advertising

department where someone

zipped up the ada for '"The Op Opposite
posite Opposite Sex" by putting Aim Sheri Sheridan's
dan's Sheridan's bead on Ann Miller's body.

Oh, well, the picture will have

you laughing your head off, too.
A Hellyweedsman, irked with
three; and few-hour films, just
cevidn't resist qippin about
"Giant"-"lt's about H oil wells
teo hag." But I'd rather have the
profit the film will make than H
oil wells.
Broderick Crawford and his
Kay changed their minds about
reconciliation. Now it's a "mar "marital
ital "marital moratorium" with Mr. High Highway
way Highway Patrol back in an apartment.
... Jay Robinson will star in a
Movie and also a telefilm series
for Gene Autry's TV company.
The film will be "The Return of
the Hero."
fxhibiters are groaning about
the flood of old movies on TV, but
TV and theater prexy Leonard

r.oldenson beUeva they wiU be a

accepting
Ira ms tic
ruar.

a bid to star in a TV
spectacular kt Fib-

Walt Diane's Mouseketeers
ma go on a nationwide tour
after completing this ear's crop
of telefilms. They're trying out a
live show in San Diego Nov. 17.
. . Stove Cochran's trip to Eu Europe
rope Europe will keep him there for two
films, "D Crido" and "Heads or
Tails." The latter will be filmed
in German. x
This Is Hollwood. Mrs. Jones:
Jock Leramon visiting wife Cyn Cynthia
thia Cynthia while she's in Las Vegas
waiting for a divorce.
The Witnet: Teen-age gal fan
seeing Ton Curtis and Janet
Leigh hi a cafe: "Oee, the sore
make a level couple especial!

HIM."

Not in the Script: Mickey
Rooney, convinced that old mov

ies on TV will boom the stars'

popularity at the box office:
' Those old movies will en enhance
hance enhance everyone's popularity. It

will help the theater owners by

arousing the interest of the public

stimulus to the public interest in in tars they haven't seen in good

n'vastlv improved" product now pictures tor a long ume. nooney

showing in theaters.

Dick Powell nixed a TJ-I offer
to direct wife June Alison in the
nmvie "No Power on Earth."

His official reason was "too busy"

at JOth Centur-Fox, but insiders
insist Dick and June have agreed
their career paths should go in
different directions.
A British electrenies scientist is
predicting motion pictures will be
piped through the air ante theatr
croons from a central sendln
station within five to 10 ears.
Pa TV in a new form?
Irish McCalla is' shelving her
TV !$heena" character. There
will be 'no more films in the
jungle series frequently labeled
"the worst show on TV." .
Grouclo Marx is thinking about

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could be on of 'em, too. Thirty

two of his old films are headed
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rights to John Barrymore's biog biography,
raphy, biography, "Good Night, Sweet
Prince." ... The Babe Didrick Didrick-son
son Didrick-son biofilm is near the contract contract-signing
signing contract-signing stage. Wonder who will
play the Iron Gal of sports?
Costarring of Spencer Tracy
and Katharine Hepburn in "Desk
Set" at Fox is just what they
ordered. They costarred in six
MGM flickers as Hollywood's

best acting team.

Doctor's Wife Testifies John
Was Not Kidnaped By Husband

KARLSRUHE, Germany. Nov

2S(UP-The wife of Dr. Wofbjansj
Whlgemuth denied yesterday out

her husband kidnaped former
West German security chief Dn

Otto John.
Pretty Mrs. Rosemarie Wohlie-

muth, 22, said she talked to her

husband four times after he drove

John to Communist East Berlin in

July 1954. She said he told her
he drove John there at John's re

quest, and that the former security
chief told him he intended to re

main in East Germany.

John is on trial here for treason.

The government charges he went

to the East voluntarily for 17
months. John's defense is based

on his story that Wohlgemuth

drugged and kidnaped him.

Mrs. Wohlgemuth, who married

the 50-year-old Berlin surgeon

when she was 17 was

from him six months before the
John affair, said she first spoke

again to her husband nine months
ago.
"John came to the office the
evening of July 20, 1954, and asked

me to drive him to hit brother's
grave in the East sector," she

quoted her husband. "We drove

to the Charitee Hospital and Jonn
talked with a Dr. Schneider, a

complete stranger' to me. They
went away and returned four
hours later. John told me he in intended
tended intended to remain in the East sec sector
tor sector and did not want to return
to the West sector."
She said her last meeting with
her husband was four days ago
when she accompanied a lawyer
to a meeting with Wohlgemuth to
get a deposition for the court.
She asked Wohlgemuth then
about John's testimony that the

doctor slipped a drug into his cof-l
fee. He denied doing this, she said!

and also declared there was no
drug that would have acted is the
way John described it.
John told the court last week
that he became unconscious about
an hour after he had finished his
coffee and while he was en route
to a West Berlin destination in

separated Wohlgemuth' car. He said he

woke up 24 nours later in aasi
Berlin.
The court told Mrs. Wohlgemuth
that her version of her husband's
actions did not agree on several
points' with a written statement he
has sent the court. Chief Justice

Friedrich Geyer said that Wohlge Wohlge-muth's
muth's Wohlge-muth's statement made no men

tion of being separated from John
for four hours.

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PARIS, Nv. 23 (UP) South
Carolina's 1-year-old Miss Ameri America,
ca, America, Marian McKnight, arrived
here yesterday and- spent most of
her time dodging French report reporters.
ers. reporters. She scooted into one entrance to
her hotel in a black coat, popped
out a second entrance five minutes
later in gray.
Caught in the lobby of the
Folies- Bergere, she screamed
"get away" at newsmen, then
sent a 80 year old companion
charging forth like Sir Launcelot,
his furled umbrella cocked at the
ready.

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is playing a not-too-reliable dep deputy
uty deputy sheriff who even gt

drunk en duty in a new movie
western, "Pay the Devil." But
he's net worried about paying the
devil with his TV fans. Say Ben:

"This stuff about Being typeri
with the public if highly over

rated. A story is a story. If the

actors perform well, they are

believed. Nobody really cares

what they saw them in last ume.
Churchill Has Cold
LONDON, Nov. 23 (UP) ,-Wns-ton
Churchill had to cancel a
political dinner in his constituency
tonight because of a lingering
cold. He wU be 82 on Nov. 30.

US Hopes Russia's New Tactics

Persuade Iceland To Let Troops Stay

tit k cuivnwiie v., w mv held here almost two months ago

American officials expressed hope
today that Russia's tough new tac tactics
tics tactics will persuade Iceland to let
American troops stay in the stra strategically
tegically strategically located island after all.

Iceland has been pressing since
last snrine for the removal of

Aerican forces standing guard in

the North Atlantic outpost. The

Icelandic government based us
stand on a feeling that Russia no
longer was a great threat
to peace.
Hover, officials said, the brutal
Russian crackdown on Hungary

and the tough talk about sending
Soviet "volunteers" into Egypt
msy well have changed the Ice Icelanders'
landers' Icelanders' views.

Thev said it should now be clear
to all nations that the Soviet Union

is just as much a threat to world

peace as ever.
Negotiation-! en withdrawal of
American forces from Iceland
started last Monday in Reykjavik.
Thev are being handled for the
United States by Ambassador
John .J. Mucio.
Preliminary discussions were

At that time. Icelandic Foreign

Minister Emil Jonsson inlicated
he was searching for a solution
which would be "acceptable to
both parties."
There are more than A.000 U.S,.
troops stationed on the island
which lies within easy Russian
bomber range of the sea lanes be between
tween between the United States and Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. These forces maintain and
operate the giant air base at
Keflavik which is a vital point in
the North Atlantic Treaty. Treaty.-zation
zation Treaty.-zation defense system..
Both the United States and the
NATO Council sre opposed to any
withdrawal of American forces.
Withdrawal of American forces
was something of a political Issue

in Iceland. The demand for ouster

of American forcea came tn a res resolution
olution resolution of the Icelandic Parliament

March 29. r
Since the demand, however,
there has been an election in Ice Iceland
land Iceland snd a new government

formed. The new government felt

obliged te carry through with the
negotiations but it has not put any
great pressure on the United
States for swift removal of forces.

RQCKOON New tool tor

upper atmosphere research is
the "rockoon" rocket-carrying
plastic balloon shown after
launching from the landing
ship U.S.S. Colonial off San
Diego, Calif. It's being used by
the Office of Naval Research to
host instrument-carrying rock rockets
ets rockets as high as possible before
they're ( triggered by remote
control for their brief runs.
Tracked from the mother ship,
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Its Way To Paris

PARIS, Nov. 23 (UP) "Ivy
League" fashions have made their

way across the Atlantic to this
stronghold of the padded shoulder

ana we three-inch cuff.
The advent of the "natural

look' m French male clothing
was proclaimed by the National

federation of Master Tailors at a
"festival of masculine elegance."

Judging from the collection of

suits Displayed, the fashion note
for iw calls for a straighter sil

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shoulders won hardly any padding
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Track-Field Records Fall As XVI Olympics Begin

CZech Olga Fikotova,
Russia's Vladimir Kuts
tWin First Two Events

j MELBOURNE, Nov. 2 (UP) Shapely Oltra
Fikotova of Czechoslovakia spun the discus an Olym Olympic
pic Olympic record distance of 176 feet, one and one-half
inches through the bright Australian sunshine today
K tL first track and field championship gold

medal in the international
The brown hah-ed athlete
mashed the 1952 Olympic mark
of 188 feet, eight and one half
inches, set by Rssilna Ro Ro-mashkova,
mashkova, Ro-mashkova, as she upset the ia
5 Srt star, Nina Ponoma Ponoma-ret;
ret; Ponoma-ret; who could do no better
Ten?' Segllakova of Russia
was iecond With 172 feet four
2nd a half inches. Russia's fa favored
vored favored Nina, convicted in London
recently on shoplifting chare",
was third with 170
inches and a surprise fourth
Rlace finisher was Los Angeles
ousewif e Earlene Brown with
a surprise heave of 168 feet, five
and five eighths inches...
! Moments Utter, as the thd thd-ewt
ewt thd-ewt lengthened over the bright
1 red running track at Mel Melbourne
bourne Melbourne Cricket Ciub, blonde
Vladimir Kuts of Russia wav waving
ing waving hie arms at the madly
cheering crowd of close to
100,000 raced to victory in
.L. .A AAA tt r rati.
nh.i-l.i Thnmii Vinci. Jr., 01
vnrv t hecame the first TJ.S
old medal winner of the Games
when he won the bantamweight
weight-lining tine as ne
one world's record and three
Olympic marks in winning tne
vent.
V. Stogov of Russia was sec
ond with Asian cnampiuu,
Mandjou of Iran third.
rieri the world rec
ord in the snatch section with
a lift of 105 kuos.
The world record had stood a
102.5 Bios, but Vinci declined to
claim the new figure-
He aid he did not wish to
waste the time of tripping
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lifted that weight two months
before in America and submit submitted
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In the Jerk Vinci lifted 132 5
kilos, exceeding the '52 Olympic
record of 1 Udodov, of Russia,
who lifted 127.5.
nut he was defeated In this
aetftion by slightly built Korean
I. H. Yu. Yu attempted to claim
the record but was broken broken-,
, broken-, hearted when he found that he
i was one pound overweight and
. could not claim his hoist of 135
i kilos, two kilos better than the
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College Football
CHARLOTTE, N.C., NOT. 23
(UP) South Carolina put its
best feet forward the flying
feet of Mack prickett and Alex
Hawkinsaa In a bid for Orange
Bowl consideration yesterday
and defeated Wake Forest, 13-0,
before 12,072 fans.
RALEIGH, N.C., Nov. 23
(UP) Sophomore quarterback
Dick e Lewis fired slumbering
Maryland from a two-touchdown
deficit and raced 103 103-yards
yards 103-yards for a last-minute score
to wrap up a 25-14 upset vic victory
tory victory over North Carolina State
yesterday.
RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 23
firP) SoDhomore naiioacK
Mickey Marinkov raced 84 yards
with a punt return for a third third-period
period third-period touchdown that gave the
Richmond Spiders a 6-0 victory
over William ana Mary yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 22
(tip Cornell, tne losingest
team in the Ivy League, closed
out its season on a victory note
today when it upset Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania mi-7 on an inspired 91
yard touchdown run by captain
Art Boiand ana a nine yaiu
sweep by Irvin (Bo) Roberson in
the 63rd traditional meeting of
the teams.
ROANOKE, Va., Nov. 22 (UP)
Virginia Tech unleashed a
backfield good for two more
years yesterday and handed
Virginia Military Institute a
45-0 beating that equalled the
biggest margin ever p'led up
in this old dominion rivalry.
Mississippi Southern
May Mejet W. Texas
In Tangerine Bowl
ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 23 (UP)-
stands today as the top prospect
Once-beaten Mississippi Southern
to meet West Texas State m tne
annual Tangerine Bowl charity
game following Florida State Uni-
.....Uii'. In.ntafmn raiAPtiftn
Also on tlie Bowl Committee's
cheeV list are Lenoir Rhyne and
Middle Tennessee.
Florida State did not give any
reason for its refusal Tuesday hut
earlier the school let it be known
t was not too eager to meet
"small college" team in any bowl
game. The seminoies, wno nave
assured themselves of a winning
season this vear in their first
maior league sohedule, defeat
ed Mississippi Southern last aa
turday, 20-19.
Dr. Howard Danforl, FSU Ath
letic Director, said the school's
athletic committee unanimously
turned down the invitation after
considering it "very carefully."
"We were very appreciative of
the invitation but felt we should
decline," he explained.
West Texas State Coach Frank
Kimbrough says he is willing to
play any opponent the committee
selects. The, Buffaloes, with a 6-2
record with one game remaining,
are the first Border Conference
team to participate in the
here.
bowl
The contest is billed as a "100
per cent charity" affair and the
teams receive only their expenses.
GROSSINGER, N.Y. (UP)
Gene Fullmer of Lewiston, Utah,
training for a Dec. 12 middle
weight title fight with champion
Ray Robinson, sparred two rounds
each with Paul Perkins of Salt
Lake Cty and Floyd McCoy of
New York.
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Russell Leads US Basketball
Five To Easy Win Over Japan

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REBOUND Kobbe center Andy McCullough, one of the PAAF
league's "jumpingest" players, grabbed this rebound for the
Regulars in their final game, of the season against Albrook Air
Force Base which they won by the nerve-shattering score of
88-87 to snare their third straight loop championship. Left to.
right are Don Ball (A), Mary Moening (K), Gordy Edwards
(A), McCullough, and Rod Thompson (A). (U.S. Army Photo)

By
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THE MORE THAN two score
of Pro League officials, club rep representatives
resentatives representatives and sports writers
who attended the party thrown
by cnesterneia
resident uanos
leta, ai nis
.home Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night to in introduce
troduce introduce his new
team manager,
Andy Cohen, a-
greed to a man
;hat Cohen is
not only an ex
perienced Dase Dase-al
al Dase-al man and a
' keen student of
Andy Cohen the game, but
also a congenfal fellow with
a sparkling personality and the
knack of making people like
him immediately.
The balding, wisecracking
native of El Paso, Texas, who
admits to being "between 49
and 51 years old,)' looked dap dapper
per dapper in a dark business suit as
he talked, listened, posed for
pictures, sipped brandy and
coke and ate everything from
fried yucca to ice cream des dessert.
sert. dessert.
And while the crowd, (parti (particularly
cularly (particularly the reporters who are
known to be notorious freeload freeloaders)
ers) freeloaders) slaked their thirst at the
bar and partook generously of
the eats, Andy who was the cen center
ter center of attraction throughout the
..evening, told the following about
himself.
A GRADUATE of the Univer University
sity University of Alabama, where he was
"pretty good" in baseball, foot
ball and basketball, he broke
into baseball as a player in the
low minors in the early 1920's.
By 1926, Andy, a second base baseman,
man, baseman, had moved up tp the New
York Giants who were then
managed by the ruthless John
J. McGraw. In 1927 he was sent
down to Buffalo, and played for
the Giants again In 1928 and
1929. Throughout his stay with
Ithat club, Andy found it hard
to make the team as a regular
because of the presence of "two
fair-to-middlin' ballplayers"
Frankie Frisch and Rogers
Hornsby.
Since those early days Andy
has "acted in every capacity in
baseball, except umpiring." He
even had a short stint as a manager-owner
of a Class C team.
Eleven years ago, the Texas
boy who can make himself un
derstood in Spanish, married a
New York girl, Miss Barbara Van
Duzer. The Cohens have three
----
Cathy, 5; and
VICTORIA
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Hnk, one year old. Mrs. Cohen
had planned to accompany her
husband to Panama, but chang changed
ed changed her mind at the lasit moment
because of her distaste for fly-
ANDY PREFERS to manage
his team according to the
type of players he has and the
actual situations as they come
up in the game, and he does
not consider himself the "hard
taskmaster thalMcGraw was."
'All I ask of mv olayers," said
Cohen, "is that they elve their
best at all times. My keyword is
hustle.'
On the subject of umpires, An
dy said he gets along well with
the, men inxblue because they
soon get to find out that he is
no "cry-baby or chronic griper."
"Any time I argue with an um
plre," said Andy, "It's because
am convinced I have a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate beef. I try ito make my
players adopt the same policy."
The Smoker skipper, who man
aged Denver a few years back
when that club belonged to the
Class A Western League, had
Bobby Prescott and Alberto Oso
rio on his team at the time. He
also saw quite a bit of Marcos
Cobps and Clyde Parris who
played for pueblo in the same
loop.
ELOQUENT ANDY proved to
be a top flight raconteur when
he gave his listeners several rib rib-tickline
tickline rib-tickline yarns about the game.
A story which had the gathering
guffawing loud and and long
was one about Osorlo, who ac according
cording according to Cohen hardly knew a
word of English when he first
went to the U.S.
Seems that Alberto was on
the mound facing a particularly
dangerous hitter in a late inning
with Denver ahead by a slim
margin. With 'the count one-and-
one, Andy called time and went
to talk to Osorio.
"Alberto," said he, "that guy
up there is prettty tough, see.
Now i want you to give him a
tight pitch just to brush him
back, see, not to hit him. Now
you get this guy out and I'll give
you a 25-cent cigar."
"That's okay Boss," replied
a serious-faced Osorlo as he
wagged a remonstrating fore fore-f
f fore-f 'nger, "but last time I
pitch you tell me same thing.
I get man out, but I no get
cigar!"
"After that," finished Andy,
"I never had any doubts that
Alberto had at last mastered the
English language."
Can't Get Away
From His Wife
NEW YORK (NEA) A man just
can't seem to get away from his
wife m matter how hard he tries.
Even the New York State Rac
ing Commission has taken official
actior to make it tougher. The
board adopted a new rule stating
that horses owned by husband and
wife, even if trained by different
trainers, must run as an entry.
It passed a rule that disqualifica
tion of a husband or wife from
having a license applies equally to

both.

MELBOURNE, Nov. 23 (UP
Sparkling Bill Russell, in ac

tion only 13 minutes, lea me
united States to a 98 to 40 vic
tory tonight over Japan in its
first appearance in defense oi
its Olympic basketball title.
The united states held a 33 to
20 lead at halftlme, after trail trailing
ing trailing for a stretch of nine and a
half minutes.
Russell came on the scene with
five minutes and 15 seconds to
(O in the first half and prompt prompt-y
y prompt-y scored two field goals to tie
the score at 17 to 17. From there
to the finish, 'the Americans
were never threatened.
Russell scored six points in
the first half and a total of 20
points for the thirteen minutes
he played. He turned seeming!
confusion into victory by break
ing up '.he Japanese offensive
threats time and again.
ine big San Farncfecan s
teamwork, with former team teammate
mate teammate K. C. Jones preVded the
spark the United States need needed
ed needed to take its long lead In the
second half.
Other Olympic results:
In weightlifting, feather featherweight
weight featherweight Isaac Berger set a new
Olympic record by hoisting 107.5
kilos in ithe snatch.
In boxing, Argentina's light lightweight
weight lightweight Francisco Nunez lost on
points to Russia's Anatoli La La-guetko
guetko La-guetko and Toshihito Ishimaru
of Japan, another lightweight,
declslone dTom Donovan of New
Zealand. .
100 meters dash, men
(Second round, first heat)
1 Bobby Morrow, U.S., 10.3
2 Michael Agostina, Trinidad,
10.3.
106 Rae' NeW Zealand'
4 Bela Goldovanki, Hungary,
mo ume posted i.
o Heinz Futterer, Germany,
ume posted).
6 Raymond Land, Australia
ino time posted).
100 meters dash men
(Second round, fourth heat)
1 Walter Baker, U.S., 10.4.
2 Manfred German. Germa
ny, 10.6.
3- Marlan Folk, Poland, 10.6.
4 Leonid Bartenev Rnin
(no time posted).
o itene Honinn Franco run
time posted). v
6 Eric Roy Sandstrom (No
time posted).
800 meters men, third heat
1 James Bailev. Australia
1:51.1.
2 Arnold Sowell, U.S. 151 3
3 Emile Leva, Belgium, 1:52.
4 Singh, India.
5 Eduardo Fontecllla, Chile.
6 Guenther Dohrow. Ger
many.
7 Arap Kiptalam, Kenya.
8 Bayebe Ayanev, Ethiopia.
9 Kenneth Perera, Malaya.
Fencinr
France defeated Russia 9-4 In
the fencing semifinals. France
and Hungary qualified for the
fnails with Russia belnir ellml-
Hockey
The hockey competition irnt
umierway witn tne participat participating
ing participating teams divided into three
j- .. 7. o
zones. The winners of each zone
plus the second place finisher in
zone c will qualify for the ff
nals.
Today Austria defeated Kenya
2-0 and Great Britain held Ma
laya to a 2-2 tie.
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KNOCK W DOWN... No. 16

Bowling Carry
Last of U written for NEA
Strive and
The Panama Amtrican
By JACK AYDELOTTE
Minntipolij Star
ANY healthful recreation is ben
eficial.
Because it involved teamwork,
Downng especially stands out at
this time, when juvenile delinquen
cy is such a problem.
in Dallas, my old home town
an alley owner who cared about
youngsters formed a league for
Kids from 14 to 17 Eight teams
bowled every Saturday afternon.
This circuit produced Bill Lillard,
uowier-of-tne-Year and winner of
the 1956 National All-Star Tourna
ment. Saturday morning or after
noon or any afternoon after school
is ideal for junior bowlintr
Rowling is easily learned, holds
interest, requires no special physi-
ci aurmutes. Here's a sport
where the boy or girl of slight
build can compete on even terms
wim tne young giant or budding
niiiatUil,
1 j
oowiing is a carrv-over snort
one that can be started vounff ni
enjoyed for many vear.i aftPr fnnt.
ball baseball, basketball andl
iracK and field are memories.
Any group or individual can
sponsor junior bowling-churches,
schools,, clubs, fraternal or busi business
ness business organizations, the police and
fire department, etc.
The bowling alley proprietor,
Bragan Signs
With Pirates
FORT WORTH, Tex., Nv. 23 -(UP
Fiery Bbby Bragan, witl
a vote, of confidence in the form of
a new 1957 contract- to pilot the
Pittsburgh Pirates again, cited
more than, a half doze reasons to today
day today why the Pirates ought to do
even ebtter than seventh place
next season.
The 38-year-old Bragan, who
succeeded Fred Haney to the post
little more than a year ago aft
er piloting Hollywood in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast League, radiated the
sime confidence expressed by Pi
rrtes General Manager Joe L.
Brown Wednesday night In an
nouncing Bragan's rehiring.
I'm confident Bobby will man
age the Pittsburgh club for many
seasons in which he will bring Pi
rate fans championship baseball,
Brown said in revealing the new
pact with the man who led the
Pirates out of the National League
cellar for the first time in four
years.
Bragan predicted the Pirates
would be "battling for at least
fourth and that one of the big
reasons for the optimism was the
fact he'd no longer be a stranger
to the Pirate personnel or the oth other
er other National League teams.
We re a young club and get
ting better even without any
changes," Bragan said, adding
that due to this youth angle he'd
rather have the present Pirates
than either the Giants or Phils.
who finished ahead of Pittsburgh
last season.
Bragan had his run of tough
luck as a freshman skipper last
season and a lot of it contributed
to the team's slide after it had
soared to first place in mid-June
on Bragan instilled "college try"
enthusiasm and skilful handling of
nis pneners.
Bragan cited the fact that he
started the season last year with
out Bill Virdon in center and Bill
Mazerowski at second; with Lee
Walls unproven in the outfield and
with Frank Thomas, who'd never
play
hot
layed third base, handling the
corner.
"They all should be better."
Bragan said, and then added that
he expected Danny Kravitz, the
green rookie with "the power of
Latin American
Students To (lash
In Soccer Match
i ne mterservice souabbie sroes
local here tomorrow, but In this
case enither the Army nor the
Air Force will be battling it out
over guided missiles. Guided
muscles will be more like it.
The Army (students from the
Fort Gulick-sited Latin Ameri
can School) and the Air Force
(students of the Albrook-homed
Latin American School) will
square off at Panama's Olympic
Stadium at 2 p.m. in tneir an annual
nual annual soccer game.
Many of the students of both
teams come from soccer hotbeds
Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay and Colombia.

SARGEANT

Over Sport
THIS WAY Jack Aydelotte
lets a junior miss off right.
like the one that got Bill Lillard
and the writer of the piece start started,
ed, started, should be the most interested.
Contract
For 1957
Yogi Berra," to iconwhbaok from
his seasoning at Hollywood as -a
possible bi factor -in ... j.7
bture." IU'
Then, Bragan pointed out that
three pitcher he had counted on
hy tTS elp rBob Gar Garner,
ner, Garner, Joe Trimble and rfbb Purkey
-came up lame and "were of
S to us." Ga.rte.nd
KlC ?eveiP?d re ms and
hfs knet l6 Md lurt
Another casualty that hurt, he
linfl W?S the Ph,bi which iide-
Pirates without much oiu t f i e 1 d
bench strength. r"
Now. he saiH T,,-u
ki. , -ujutij was due
& Jr" shouW pick u whe he
left off impressively in 1954.
Too little Paul Smith, a left left-handed
handed left-handed hitter who did real well in
?oSew1lgame fe Pirates in
f uclure 80'ng into seryice ia
oack and has heen
winter baseball immediatelFin or or-der
der or-der to sharDen his n.
thl? L T' Plus the Possibility
trl m 8 ome run "'"tag duo
and Fme,T lT John Pw
and Emil Panko might find a
S lhe lquad' Pves the Pi Pi-l
l Pi-l L?encb 8trtnth it lacked
So, assuming tlmf tu
Dale Long, the rth sen sen-sation
sation sen-sation ofthe early season in 1956,
can deliver next summer, Bragan
fee s he's in pretty good shape as
nr.H g?t some hoy fht are
pretty much sought after," Bra Bragan
gan Bragan said of possible trades, "but
. 7 reauy nave to be
Sports Briefs
GLASGOW, Scotland ftJP) -Scotland
defeated Yugoslavia, 2-0,
m an international soccer match
before a crowd of 50,000.
OKLAHOMA CITY (UP)-Okl.-homa
City University, S e 1 1 1 1 e
and Memphis State have been
seeded one-two-three in the eight eight-team
team eight-team fiejd of the 21st annual All All-College
College All-College Basketball Tournament
here, Dec. 27-29.
BALTIMORE (UP) -The Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles start their 1957 base baseball
ball baseball season against the Senators in
Washington's Griffith Stadium,
April 15, and open their home sea season
son season the next day against tat Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23 (UP) -Wayne
Bethea of New York and
Zora Folley of Chandler, Ariz.,
signed for a -round bout at the
St. Nicholas Arena on Dec. 3.
NEW YORK (UP) Outfielder
Norm Siebern of the New York
Yankees was operated on for the
removal of bone chips from h i
left knee. Yankee Dr. Sidney Gay-
nor said Siebern would be in the
hospital a week.
GREENVILLE, S C. (UP)-Six-foot,
nine-inch Steve Ross of Fur Fur-man
man Fur-man is the tallest basketball play player
er player in the Southern Conference this
yer.

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The Stud 32's consistent Embassy, usually up

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to his likinr tomorrow auernoon in me ie-

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kion race track.
Iden Com n, Tony and new new-fr
fr new-fr Patan figure to offer Era-
t stern opposition, vhhucu
would probably be the mu mu-.vnrito
.vnrito mu-.vnrito hnf his ten pound
knee in the weight assign-
with Embassy figures w
tka 'Peruvian bred sorinter
fhnirp over the Irish colt.
L..uU Alvarsi will Quid
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la Corn nti m wiw
'ecksy Guilltrmo sanensi.
an, winner of one of bis on on-..
.. on-.. toi ctirt should be a
lnder all the way. This Peru-
bred coitaras a inpnoitii
tomeland And should improve
ntiff here. Alfredo
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Lm wiU handle Pataii'i reins.
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keks. Ri Vasqueji will be

bmorrow's
kee 6th Seriee fmV- 7 Jl
17.. nAAi riA 12:45
RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Lrisk BAguirre
Ktnalicia B. Ctrvajal 108
SSSWV v no
jolden Buzzer F. Gati. 105
nton B. Baeza 105
jrlmilda E. Dario 105
conar J. Jimenez 112x
kinat D. Cortez im
Rce "A-B" Nativea 7 Ft.
. $375 Pool Closes 1:15
I RACE OF THE DOUBLE
bon Goyo J. Bravo i
Eon Briirido J. Roari.z 118
Wche rJ. Bravo jr. u
fefqui B. Agtilrre 13
YOS1KHO n- v-h"
t Radical G. Vasquez I00x
hart "Elimination" Imp. 6 .F.
Seen rw vww
ONE TWO
o t. mil 108
UaDaiaa xv. ---E
.i. tr rot n 1 1S
uazy Broun v. ---Cempestad
A. Vasquez 110
Rosa
pur Fancy s;
kT ... v i torr lfIT
lienry Lee F. Alvarez
wessee Sharpens
btball Squad For
bh-rival Kentucky
unessee revved up its tactics
ir against Kentucky, an arch arch-the
the arch-the Vols have bowed to four
. -i...kt ,nH tonc'.i foe of a
liner Southeastern Confrence
this weekend.
e Vols got down to serious
brations wednesaay wimi -r
of Tennessee defenses
kst the Wildcat spm-i
work on tne voi oueuse uu
ing game.
Li. w nfnr-n-o niiad an-
pmer cmusivnw
ttly hitting a nara pr
was Vanderbilt, which does
. m cphfriuled until
nave i""""
rday week. But that game is
aditional grudge battle with
tessee.
. fAinmnriorex who firuDDea
I..... ocn th last, time the
aaeaavc wv
invaded Nasnvine, weni mm
cret session of neavy coniaci.
Tuesday, xney repon-eaiy
JiiMmn enri m ttl a OP
Tah F.npinpprs ar
led punting, with backs Joe
ncy, jonnny jiciikt;i mm cu
b doing rush acts. Owen got
L -rn ,7-iricr Tho cnunH WAS
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y for Florida except for in-
1 George Volkert.
Drida worked on ball handling
tiy in iw rounne arm, biuuu
li. 1 1 u-
pass pauerns pjannea ivr wic
KUUlll Luutuiviflvcu uu
nm with friniy nf 11 pnn-
Kniiit ra -v"
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tive nome siaaium wins at
e in its non-conference meet-
I W lull J IVllUn UVRKV i 11W 111 o
led through light preparations
lllr.lncinni CllltVl.vn
CTT cnrlmmaffffH fnr an' hAnr in
Iirsi neavy preparations in
. than threa UMlr tn Innnnh
training for a bout with Ar-
sas.
SUICIDE SCHEDULE
KIILADELPH1A (NEA)-Eight
lar season basketball oppo-
ts of La Salle College partici-
ed in cither the NCAA or NIT
namen, last spring.

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Contenders

finish, snoura ima conai-
aboard the Stud Santa Eduvigis
The front-running Elko, which
gets in with the feather of 105
pounds and will have steadily Im Improving
proving Improving Gabriel Montero In the
saddle, could surprise by going all
the way.
Cachafai, which hat been per per-forming
forming per-forming In an unimpressive fash fash-ion
ion fash-ion recently; slew-starting Ma Ma-,i
,i Ma-,i ihirft and loeedv Gaviian
romol.t the field of ight
fries. .
Virgilio Castillo, who has been
.vu t. ot th best out of Cacha-

jfaz in the past, wiU-rise the Stud

Zep tee. improvea orauiio dc
...;S Aa th hnntinff on Maria
V 111 UV .....
Stm-fdo and Hector Ruiz gets the
mount on Gavuan.
Nine other races are included on

'tomorrow's program.

Racing Card
4th Race "G" Natives 5 Fg.
Pom $275 Pool Closes tit
1 Bagdad B. Baeza 110
2 La pampanlnl G. Mon. 107x
3 Chepanita O. Miranda 115x
4 Conquistador A. Vis. 115
5 SolltO G. Visquez 105x
6 Guarare J. Rodriguez 118
7 Destello R. Vasquez 118
5th Race "Special" Imp. 8 Fgs.
Purse $650 Fool Closet 2:55
1 Picudo C. RUIZ 113
2 Embrujada R. Vasquez 112
3 Tiburon A. Ycaza 118
4 Abrami J. Bravo Jr. 105
5 Klroga G.Vasquez 100X
6th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs,
Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:35
1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Love's Girdle J. Rodrl. 115
2 Socorrito A. Vergara 115
3 Bright Blade C Ruiz 115
4 Semipleno V. Ortega 115
5 Melrose J. Bravo 113
6 Remlion B Aguirre 113
7 Tiny Brook F. Galtica 110
8 American Maid S. Car. 108
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 4:05
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Lucho B. Aguirre 115
2 Supper Girl A. Gonza. 113
3 After Me V. Ortega 115
4 camber well G. Montero 11 Ox
6 Jaquimazo F. Hidalgo 110
0 Grey Juan A. Vasquez 118
7 Vedette R. Vasquezll2
8 Gay Spot B. Baeza 108
8th Race "C D" Natives ( Fgs.
QU1NIELA
Purse 8325 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Ika E. Darlo 110
2 Daniel R. Gomez 113
3 La Guararena A. Gon. 104
4 Mr. Tivoii J. Phillips 106
5 Rabiblanco B.BaCza 118
6 Julie J. Bravo Jr. 112
7 La Enea R. Visquez 115
9th Race "Special" imp. 8 F.
Purse $750 Pool Closes 5:15
ONE TWO
.1 Tony R. Vasquez 115
2 Embassy F. Alvarez 108
3 Elko G. Montero 105x
4 Golden Corn g. San. 118
5 Cachafaz V. Castillo 110
6 Maria stuardo B. Bae. 113
7 Patan A. Vasquez 115
8 Gaviian H. Ruiz 105
10th Race 4th Series Imp. 8 F.
Purse $600 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Barge Royal A. Ycaza 115
2 Begonia B. Baeza in
3 Kensington A. Visquez 115
4 Chiroke J.Rodriguez 118
5 Iguazu S. Carvajal 108
6 Gourmet F. Alvarez 108
7 Comatose F. GatlcalOS
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
1 Rarlyon
2 Apache
3 Rosario
Sweet Windsor
Don Brigldo
xempestad
Solito
4 Guarare
5 Embrujada
6 Tiny Brook
7 Lucho
8 Rabiblanco
9 Golden Corn II
10 Chiroke
Tiburon
Remiron
Vedette
La Enea
Embassy
Begonia
PRINCE PRANCES
NEW YORK (NEA) Prince
John made the initial training
moves of a comeback attempt at
Jamaica. A broken foot bone suf suffered
fered suffered last January has mended.

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JOE WILLIAMS

Al a momentary cicjpt from split Ti, jump passes, fullback ridts
and such. Gene Fullmar, a Mormon fist tighter out ol Wilt Jordan, Utah,
whs it is camp practicing militant scowls and belligerent grunts, was asked
to taks ths stand. ,
Mr. Fullmer, 25, is fashioned along the gothlc lines of an
out-size fire plug and aspires to the middleweight champion championship,
ship, championship, currently the property ol Sv ar Ray Robinson.
For the chance to further this piration, Mr. Fullmer agreed
to do practically everything but pay his way into the Garden
on the night of Dec. 12. All the TV-radio money ($60,000) goes
to the champion; 45 per cent of the gate also goes to him; the
challenger's end is a scrimpy 12 Vi.
It is the considered judgment of the more conservative
fiscal minds in the cauliflower industry that (a) Mr. Fullmer
is either arrogantly confident, j?r (b) that he's been punched
around the head too much.
What did the young man have to say for himself in regard
to this matter?
A. Actually Robinson made a poor deal. I would willingly
have' fought him for nothing. That's how sure I am I can take
him.
Q. Whit makes you se surf, aside from your obvious advantage In
youth?
A. I think I have the style to make trouble for a boxer like Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Ivon if ha woro younger, even If there war no difference in our
ages, I think my stylo wsuld break his rhythm and eventually beat him.
Q. Just what is this style, and please no plugs for Ceil
Chapman.
A. Well, maybe "style" is too fancy a word for it. I keep
the pressure on all the way. I've got the strength and condi condition
tion condition to do that. My moves are Intended to make me hard to hit.
Solidly, that is. Carrying the fight, I know I must get hit some.
This is the price I must pay while' trying to get punching room,
looking for openings for my best shots.

Ol6on No Criterion
Q Where's the best place to hit Robinson?
A. For me, the belly. He's taller, has a longer reach and
carries his guard high. I can get to his body easier than to his
jaw, and you know, what they say about older fighters. .the
one place they don't want to get hit is in the belly.
Q. Can you tako Robinson's hardest whacks?
A. Naturally, I have no way of knowing, never having fought him,
but I must btlieve I can. Ho hit Rocky Caitcllani and Tiger Jonas with
hit best and nothing happonod. Castellani had him on the floor and Jones
bast him. And, as you know, I beat both of thorn.
Q. How about the Bobo Olson knockouts?
A. I hesitate to comment on those two fights because it
might sound like I'm knocking both Robinson and Olson. Still,
I imagine Sugar must have been surprised himself. I mean, as
far back as Olson had gone, how little he had left.
Q How many times have you been floored?
A. I try not to kid myself. The records show twice. In my
opinion. I've never been dropped for a clean knockdown. Against
Gil Turner, I was off balance and got caught on the iowest rope.
With Bobby Boyd, I missed a swing and slipped. In both cases
the referees ruled I had been knocked down. A fighter never
needs a referee to tell him whether he slipped or was knocked
down.
Q You are prepared to swear to that?
A. In six languages.

The Gibbons Fiction

The disproportionate business

Fullmer is to conduct his cnauenge recalls otner instances where
the champion dictated ruthless terms. Sandy Saddler was a 10
percenter the first time he met Willie Pep for the featherweight
title and was compensated by a KO win.
Jo Louis, though no longer champion, was still th biggest nam
in ths heavyweight division; to got a fight with him, Mercians had ts
accept a 15-45 gats split; he stiffened the Bomber in eight end wet
made. It cost Marty Servo and Archie Moors money ts win their titles
when receipts fell below personal guarantees.

Time has nurtured a pleasant fiction that Tommy Gibbons I
gallantly jousted with Dempsey, the man killer, for nothing, save
the glory of combat. Actually, he was to get 50 per cent after i
Dempsey collected the first $300,060. But the total paid being j
only $201,485, Gibbons was left without an alternative; he had j
to fight for nothing.

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Saturday's

Arkansas 23, Louisiana Stats 4
Baylor 24, Southern Methodist 7
Gssrgia Tech 14, Florida 7
Iowa 21, Notre Dams 7
Michigan 21, Ohio Stats 11
Minnssota 24, Wisconsin 20
North Carolina 13, Duke 7
Northwsstsrn 20, Illinois 13
Oklahoma 41, Nsbraska 13
Pittsburgh 27, Psnn Stats 13
Princeton 27, Dartmouth 7
Purdue 27, Indiana 4
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) This is
tradition week in football, bring
ing out ancient and legendary
foes.
Meetings, such as the .73rd be between
tween between Yale and Harvard in Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge on Saturday afternoon, at attract
tract attract genuine Old Grads, people
interested in the institution as well
as the game, They can sing the
Alma Mater.
Id a year during which the
greatest of games has taken a
frightful beating because of whole
sale suspensions brought on by
violations of the amateur code, it
is perhaps football s finest hour.
And Winston Churchill won't ob object
ject object to the use of his famous
phrase.
When th sides are anywhere
near evenly matched int these
cherished old associations, form
can be tossed out the handiest win window.
dow. window. Bt the fierist dressing
room speech doesn't do any good
when the coach lacks kids who
can knock the other guys down,
run and tackle. The boy who can't
do that may be impressed by the
scries being 60 years of age, but
is in no position to lend a hand.
MICHIGAN'S APPEARANCE
AT Ohio Slate perhaps carries the
most national attention, although
the one between Southern Califor California
nia California and UCLA is being televised a a-cross
cross a-cross the country. Its spell over
the Big Ten checked at Iowa, O O-hio
hio O-hio State is determined to salvage
a tie for the conference champion championship.
ship. championship. This Titanic battle will go to
the team getting the breaks, but
today Encanto .25 .15
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
Presents the first
ROCK N' ROLL, contest!
On the screen; Two Pictures!
Today IDEAL .20 .70
"MYSTERIOUS ISLAND"
Chaps. 12 & 13
"CRIME DR.'S GAMBLE"
"Overland To Deadwood"
have you joined
the fun at the
FRIDAYS S SATURDAYS
Midnite to 4:30 a.m.
with the
piano bast and drum
combination of th
GEORGE
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in the air-conditioned
BALBOA ROOM
nightcap on the house at
4:30 a.m.
George also plays the piano
10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Tues., Wed. A Thurs.

Explosive For Ohio State

Selections
Southern California 14, UCLA 13
Stanford 1, California 4
Tennessee 27, Kentucky 0
Tsxas Christian 21, Rice 7
Washington 27, Washington St. 7
Yale 35, Harvard 14
FRIDAY NIGHT
Maml (Fla.) 19, West Virginia
13
I like Michigan, 28-13, because the
Wolverines have the more expen expensive
sive expensive and sustained attack.
The wheel finally shouldsturn in
favor of hard luck Purdue in its
scrap with Indiana for the Old Oa
ken Bucket, 27-6. Minnesota is fa favored
vored favored oevr Wisconsin in another
historic game, 26-20.
Iowa will finish its smashing
season on a high note by getting
even with Notre Dame for pas t
indignities, 21-7.
Penn State has been surprising surprisingly
ly surprisingly formidable, but the current
Pittsburgh varsity may now be
compared not unfavorably with
the finest of Dr. Jock Sutherland's
clubs of the misty past, a bit too
much for the surprising and ac accomplished
complished accomplished Nittany Lionj, 27-13.
MUCH WAS EXPECTED of a
Harvard squad with some coal
country names two years ago, but
it just didn't come on, so will be
snowed under by Yale, 35-14.
Florida solved its quarterback
problem nd possesses excellent
personnel, but three deep and
swift Georgia Tech lost its game
for the year to Johnny Mjors and
Tennessee, so is picked to shade
the Galors in a bone-crusher, 14-7.
Kentucky has a grand first
string line, but little in the way
of attack, so Tennessee, even more
formidable than a lot of folks rea realize,
lize, realize, wilt hold the number one
ranking and continue its all con conquering
quering conquering march to the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans Sugar Bowl, 27-0.
Southern California has five sen seniors
iors seniors and a savage junior ground
gainer, C, R. Roberts, against UC UCLA's
LA's UCLA's one senior and defense, so
gets the nod in the Los Angeles
Coliseum, 14-13.
STANFORD COULD BE demo
ralized after being edged by UC-
and Oregon State and belted
by Washington. Save for last au
tumn, California has had the In
dian sign on the Indians s i nc e
Pappy Waldorf took over, but the
Redshirts are picked to pull them themselves
selves themselves together and win the Big
Game, 19-6.
Oregon has had a hex on Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State down through the years.
but Idaho gave the Beavers their
scare. The Corvallis lads don't
want to be embarrassed going to
the Rose' Bowl, so are doped to
enjoy their Thanksgiving Day tur
key, 20-14.
These are the games that will
klive with the participants.
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S.C. Whacks Wake Forest
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CHARLOTTE, N. C, Nov. 23
(UP) South Carolina put its best
feet forward the flying feet of
Mack Prickett and Alex Haw Hawkinsin
kinsin Hawkinsin v. bid for Orange Bowl
onsideration yesterday by whack whacking
ing whacking Wake Forest 13-0 before 12, 12,-072
072 12,-072 fans.
Finishing with a record of seven
wins and three losses the Game Gamecocks
cocks Gamecocks under new Coach Warren
Giese equaled their best record
in history and undoubtedly will
be looked over for the Miami
assignment.
Clemson had the chore wrapped
up until losing to Miami last week
by three touchdowns in an Orange
Borl preview. South Carolina lost
to Miami in the same setting
early in the season but only by a
14-6 count.
The Atlantic Coast Conference
is expected to decide after this
weekend's final games its most
representative team to play in the
Miami bowl against Colorado of
the Big Seven.
Boasting one of the nation's best
defenses, the Gamecocks held
Wake Forest to 113 yards rushing
while scoring their touchdowns in
the final minutes of the second
and third periods.
Quarterback Prickctt put the
Gamecocks in front with 45 sec
onds left in the half by skirting
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Halfback Hawkins burst 29
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minute left in the third period to
conclude the scoring after a 60 60-yard
yard 60-yard operation. He also converted.
Wake Forest Fullback Hill
Barnes, seeking only spot duty be because
cause because of an injured shoulder,
made 18 yards in seven carries
to give him a season total of
1,010 yards and make him the
first 1,000-yard back in the brief

ACC history.
The deepest penetration' by
Wake Forest was to the South
Carolina 28 in the first period, set
up by Hawkins' fumble on the 36.
But the threat was stymied by
a hard-charging Gamecock line.
Hawkins was the leading ground
gainer with 90 yards in 18 tries.
Fullback Don Johnson had 77
yards and King Dixon 72.
South Carolina ground out 31S
yards rushing and another 15 pas passing.
sing. passing. Wake Forest had 40 yards
by air.
Score by periods:
South Carolina 0 6 7013
Wke Forest 0 0 0 00
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Household

FOR SALE: All furniture of a
residence because of traveling.
Phone 3-0798.
FOR SALE: Bamboo set, chair,
tables, desk, 2 lawn chairs, mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous tables. Phone Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-2482.
FOR SALE: 3 -pc living room
sel, used, sturdy, $20; baby play
pen $8. Avenida Cuba 40-50,
Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: Dinette set: table,
4 chairs $30; refrigerator 12 cu,
ft. $45; large gas range $35;
hot water heater $30; new plas plastic
tic plastic living room set: couch, 2
chairs $100; mew 21 -in. blond
Emerson TV, table model $115.
House No. 14- 49 Street (up (upstairs),
stairs), (upstairs), Bella Vista Phone GUI GUI-DET,
DET, GUI-DET, weekdays only, 7 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., Albrook 7297.
FOR SALE: Wardrobe, double
bed complete, dining room set,
wardrobe trunk. 4120 Pueblo
Nuevo.
FOR SALE: 1956 General E E-lectric
lectric E-lectric 21 -inch television, blonde
with swivel table, $180, 2560 2560-cyele.
cyele. 2560-cyele. Balboa 2148
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Billfold containing im important
portant important papers. Return to or no notify
tify notify PMO, Fort Clayton Lost at
Madden Lake, boat landing.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mutt know English and
Spaniih. See Mr. Haase at Sears,
Roebuck, S.A., on the Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian Highway, store hours.

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the Great Seal of Kansas will become part of new carpeting
to be laid in the governor's office at Topeka. Kansas' motto,
"Ad Astra er Aspera," worked in the design, is translated
as: "Through Hardships to the Stars." Displaying the seal
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as they introduce the fad to Rome, Italy. They started their
dance in a night club, but got so carried away that they con continued
tinued continued their dancing for two miles through the streets. But
Roman police, not digging this cool jazz, stopped the impromptu
session, and banned aU rock 'n roll activities in public places..
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1952 4-deor Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet $700 or best offer. Office
2-2719, home 2-3214 alter 5,
516 Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2-door
sedan. Office 2-2719. home 2 2-1428
1428 2-1428 after 5:00. 56 15-A, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury
Convertible, 43,000 miles, top
condition Phone Navy 3544.
FOR SALE: 1953 Austin four four-door,
door, four-door, good mileage $495. Call
Mrs. Storey, Amador 3108, At
quarters 2514-B, Coceli.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
hardtop 4-door sport sedan. Used
short time and like new. Com Complete
plete Complete with all extras. Call Al Albrook
brook Albrook 4203
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
Coupe. Very clean car, $375.
Phone Panama 3-4050.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4 4-door
door 4-door sports sedan, very clean,
$750. Call between 4-6 p.m.,
2-1457.
FOR SALE: 1951 Kaiser sedan,
excellent mechanical condition,
good appearance. Sacrifice for
$200. Esso Station, front Pana Panama
ma Panama Olympic Stadium. Phone 2 2-3207.
3207. 2-3207. FOR SALE : '50 Hillman, good
mechanical condition. Justo Aro Aro-semena
semena Aro-semena Avenue 46-40, from 12
noon to 1 :30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 four-door de deluxe
luxe deluxe Chevrolet with power glide
$600. Balboa 2148.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet.
Two-tone, power glide, power
brakes, radio, heater, excellent
condition $1150. Phone Clayton
2160.

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Buy your CHRISTMAS CARDS at
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rOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Priced for immedi immediate
ate immediate sale. Owner leaving. Plane
Lester Spinet; General Electric
three-burner range; hot water
heater; De Soto four-doer sedan.
See them and make a reason reasonable
able reasonable offer No prices by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Call Panama 3-0314 for
appointment.
FOR SALE: A reasonable dis discount
count discount on an $1800 letter of
credit with Colpan Motors. For
further particulars, phone Bal.
2-3069.
Outstanding selection of choice
U.S. and European Christmas or ornaments,
naments, ornaments, decorations and lights
for homes, stores, clubs and or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. American Supply
Co., "J" Street 19-06.
FOR SALE: A K C. registered
Boxer puppies. Call Las Cum Cum-bres
bres Cum-bres 2074.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Air condi condition
tion condition unit with 5-hp motor, good
condition. Can be seen at Scad Scad-ron's
ron's Scad-ron's Clinic, Tivoli Ave. Phone
2-2159.
STEERS ESTES' DRIVE F.
Joseph Donohue has been ap appointed
pointed appointed Democratic deputy
campaign manager in charge of
vice presidential activities, ac according
cording according to James Finnegan,
Stevenson Kefauver campaign
manager. The Washington,
D.C.r attorney previously man managed
aged managed Senator Kefauver's bid
for the Democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination. :
UNDER SHADOW -Because
Queen Soraya of Iran has failed
to bear him an heir in five
years, Shah Mohammed Riza
Pahlevi may be forced under
Islamic law to divorce his be beloved
loved beloved wife or take a second
wife. The queen is pictured as
she recently arrived in Rome
without the shah. They were
married in 1951, two years
after he divorced Egyptian
Princess Tawzia, sister of ex ex-King
King ex-King Farouk, because she had
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Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
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3-1802.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments.
A L H A M BRA APARTMENTS,
1 0th Street No 8061. Phone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
1 -bedroom apartment en Aveni Avenida
da Avenida Peru and 34th Street, facing
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0746. 3-0746. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
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Ave. Phone 3-1982.
FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
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No. Tl 3-52, facing entrance to
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building from II to 12 and from
5 to 6 p.m. on Phone 2-2037
any time.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
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dining roam, bathroom, big
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maid's room with bath, garage, all
screened. For further informa information
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Phone 3-4364.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart-
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um stadium (National Cash Register
Building). For information call
Panama 2-2219.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, couple without children,
hot water, modern conveniences.
First Avenue, "II Carmen," fac-
Ing house 94.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, screened, military in inspected,
spected, inspected, 2 bedrooms, Five min minutes
utes minutes from Zone. Call 2-3065
Panama.
RICH IDEA-Mrs. Vickie
Mundell, an electrical assem
bler at North American Avi
ation's Los Angeles plant, came
up with an idea worth $1,625
the largest amount ever paid
to an employee for a suggestion.
Mrs. Mundell shows the tool
she devised to provide an easy
method of maintaining the cor-
rect angle to set electrical plugs
in a minimum of time. The new
tool which saves assembly time
on each airplane, was first fa fashioned
shioned fashioned from a tin can lid.
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Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
WANTED
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furnished apartment or
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HEARTY SMILE-Weary but
happy, eight year old Mary
Jane Flannery holds her doll in
Detroit's Receiving Hospital.
She's recovering from a rare
operation during which her
heart was stopped for 12 min minutes.
utes. minutes. The surgery was per performed
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nished furnished or unfurnished: Three
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5 Olympic, World Records Topple

US Grabs Three Gold Medals
In Record-shattering Spree
MELBOURNE, Nov. 23 (UP) High jumper Charley Dumas and weight lifters Chuck Vinci and Itaac Btrger
gava the United States its first three gold medals of the 1956 Olympic Games today during a spectacular display
' marked by the shattering of World or Olympic records in all five events up for decision.
Dumas, the lanky Los Angeles Negro who is the first man ever to high jump more than seven feet, set a new
Olympic mark when he slithered over the cross bar at six feet, 11 J inches in the gathering darkness of the afternoon
events at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds.

As a result of the day's w w-tWity,
tWity, w-tWity, Russia took om first
lace In the unofficial team
standing wtfii a total of 43
points. The Soviets harvest of
7 points was the largest for
tod ay s compet tlon.
including the points awarded
1 the Olvmplc equestrian
events at Stockholm, Sweden,
last February, Germany was in
second place with 42 Vi W1:
while the United States was tied
with Sweden for third place
with 35 each.
The U.S. carried over only two
points from the equestrian
games. Germany won 41
points at Stockholm.
Led by Big Bill Russell of San
Francisco, the U.S. basketball
team opened Its title defense to tonight
night tonight by walloping Japan, 98-40.
Russell wai In action for on only
ly only 13 minutes but he banged in
to points and brought the
game under control after the
Japanese had shot Into an
early 17-13 lead in the first
half.
jr..
Sprinters Ira Murchlson of
Chicago and Bobby Morrow of
Harlrngen, Tex., tied the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic 100-meter dash record of 10.3
seconds as they qualified for the
eemi-flnals along with Thane
Baker of Elkhart, Kan.

H.UL3 gttVC rvuooia mo --
victory ever In Olympic compe competition
tition competition as he came flying down
the red cinder track and better bettered
ed bettered by 31-4 seconds the record
chalked up In 1952 by the fabu fabulous
lous fabulous Czech, imil Zatopek.
3 As the fair-haired Russian
thrashed through the last of
25 laps he looked like another
Zatopek with hia face contort contorted,
ed, contorted, arms and lege working like
a mactvne.
Josef Kovacs of Hungary was
0 surprise second in 28.524 and
Allen Lawrence of Australia was
third in 38:53.6. All surpassed
Batopek's mark of 20:17 set at
Helsinki.
Kovacs and Lawrence closed
fast to pass Britain's unpredic unpredictable
table unpredictable Gordon Plrle, who faded

Rosary Service
Sunday For Mrs.
Corlota Barry
A rosary service for Mrs. Car Car-lota
lota Car-lota Bieberach Barry, who died
at her home in Curundu yester yesterday
day yesterday morning, will be held at the
Goreas Mortuary Chapel at 7
o'clock Sunday night.
Funeral service will be held at
t o'clock Monday morning at the
Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon.
and interment will be at Corozal
Cetneterv.

Mrs. Barry's husband, Michael
Joseph Barry, is a civilian em employe
ploye employe of the VS. Army at Coro-ni.'

badly after making It a two two-man
man two-man race with Kuts for most of
the grind.
The first three finishers in
the women's discus, led by the
comely Czech medica,l student,
all broke the old Olympic mark

of 168 feet, 8 inches set four
years ago by Russia's Nina pon pon-omareva,
omareva, pon-omareva, who finished third to

day though she bettered her own
record.
Irina Begiakova of Russia was

second and Earlene Brown, 225-

pound Los Angeles housewife
and mother, finished fourth just
three inches short; of the old

record.

Vinci, a compact five-footer,

gave the U.S. its first gold med

al in a competition so close that
four men broke the old Olympic
record.
The 123-pounder from the
weight-lifting capital of the U.S.
York, Pa. lifted a total of
754.45 pounds, bettering the
mark of 694 pounds set in 1952
by Russia's Ivan Udodov.
Earlier in the day, Vinci, the
little 123-pound bundle" of mus muscle
cle muscle from York, Pa., had outlin outlined
ed outlined the world's best bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight strongmen, including the
Russian who had been favored
to win the crown.
Berger, a 20-year-old Israel Israel-born
born Israel-born Brooklynlte, climaxed an

auspicious American day by
winning the featherweight title

with a world record perform

ance in 'the evening program.

It wag a record-shattering
spree that indicated this 0 0-Ivmpiad
Ivmpiad 0-Ivmpiad wll produce the
greatest number of new marks
in the history of the classic.
The other two sold medals fell

to Vladimir Kuts, the sturdy

Russian sailor, Who bagged the

lo.uop meters m the new Olym

pic time of 28 minutes, 45.6 sec seconds,
onds, seconds, and to shapely oiga Fiko Fiko-tova
tova Fiko-tova of Czechoslovakia, who

joined the record-setting parade
with a toss of 176 feet, VA inch

es in tne women's discus.

In the weight-lifting hall,
Vinci set three new Olympic
marks en route to his bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight crown and then, as dark

ness descended over the vast

Melbourne Cricket Club sta

dium, Dumas climaxed the day
by slithering over the cross bar
at six feet, 11 '4 inches.

It was a full three inches bet

ter than the Olympic rejeord set
by Walter Davis of the U.S. in
the 1952 Games at Helsinki.

Vine bettered Olympic rec records
ords records for two individual lifts as
well as total. His hoist of 231. 231.-49
49 231.-49 pounds in the clean and
jerk broke the old Olympic
mark.
Vinci, however, did not press

a claim for the world record be because
cause because he had lifted the same
weight earlier in U.S. meet
and did not want to waste time
during the event today to take
off his suit and weigh in as re required
quired required by the rules.
Bantamweight world record
holder Vladimir Stogov of Rus Russia
sia Russia was second with a total of

743.5 pounds and Mahmud

Namdjou of Iran was third with

732.5 pounds.
Josh Culbreath of Norristown,

Pa., won the fastest 400-meter

hurdle heat in 50.9 seconds, only
one-tenth off th Olympic rec record.
ord. record. Glenn Davis of Vinton, O.,
who has a world record of 49.5
seconds pending, won his heat
in 51.3, and Eddie Southern of
Dallas won in the same time.
Tom Courtney of Trenton,

N.J.. won his 800-meter heat

easily in 1:52. Arnie Sowell of

Pittsburgh ran second, also eas

ing up. Lon Spurrier of Delano,
Calif., ran third in no particu particular
lar particular hurry because (three men in
each heat qualified for Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's semi-finals.
In rowing, the defeat of
Yale's e'ght -oared crew was a
stunning blow.
The snappy Australian eight
glided powerfully over the
finish line In six minutes, 5.8
seconds to nose out Canada by
a length. The Canadians, in
six minutes, 7-1 seconds, had
half a boat length on the fad fading
ing fading Amer cans who wound up
in six minutes, 9.1 seconds.
Great Britain was fourth.
The Aussies and Canadians
won places in the semi-finals
but tne U.S. will have to defeat
the Britons, France and other
non-finalist not yet determined
in order to gain a berth in the
semi-finals.
Other American oarsmen fared
well, however, wtth jack Kelly
of Philadelphia winning his heat
in the single sculls.

MEDAL WINNERS

MELBOURNE, Nov. 23 (UP). The following is a Hat of
medal winners per country in the XVI Olympic Games at
the end of today's competition.
The list includes three individual events and three team
events plus the equestrian competition held last February
In Stockholm, Sweden, which also are Included in the over overall
all overall etanding.

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Gold

COUNTRY
Sweden

United States

Germany 2
Russia 1
Great Britain 1
Chechoslovakia 1
Italy 0
Denmark 0
Australia 8
Hungary 0
Canada 6
Switzerland 0
Iran 8
Poland 0

Silver

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STANDINGS

MELBOURNE, Nov. 83 (UP)
Russia took over the unofficial
leadership In the Olympic
Games today, scoring a total
of 37 points in today's compe competition
tition competition for a total of 43 points.
Russia previously had scored
five points in the equestrian
events held in Sweden last Feb February.
ruary. February. That put Russia a half-point
in front of Germany, which had
a total of 42i2, all but one of
which was accumulated in the
equestrian Olympics. The Ger Germans
mans Germans won two gold medals,
three silver medals and one
bronze medal -In the horse
games.

The U S. and Sweden were

tied for third place with 35
points apiece. The U.S. gained
33 points today while Sweden
picked up two only.

Here are unoiiiciai standings,

based on 10 points for a victo victory,
ry, victory, five for second place, four
for third, three for fourth, two
for fifth, and one for sixth.

Russia 43
Germany 42 Vi
Sweden 35
United States 35
Brtaln 23V

Italy

Australia

Czechoslovakia
Denmark

Canada

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Argentina
Korea ...

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Bulgaria
Spain ..

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Land-Locked
Switzerland Now
Seafaring Nation

BERN, Switzerland, Nov. 23
(UT) Landlocked Switzerland

took the final step to become a
full-fledged seafaring nation here

today with a government decree

putting in force a comprehensive
"federal maritime law" as of Jan.
1, 1957. At the end of last year
the Swiss merchant marine com

prised 31 ships totaling 165,000

tons.

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32nd TEAR

PANAMA,' R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1954

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500 Refuaees Expected to Arrive in U

Before Weekend; 34 Give Thank

- Make It THANKSgiving

CAMP KILMER, N.J.. Nov. 23-

( UP) Refugees from Hungary

streamed through this gateway to
freedom today at a quickening

pace that was expected to bring
some 500 to America by the week

end.
Swift processing at this convert

ed Army camp Sent mo s t of
Wednesday's first planeload on

their way to new homes b e f o re
the second and third groups total

ing 148 men, women and children

arrived today.
Only 18 of the first 70 remain

ed at Kilmer, dubbed "Camp Mer Mercy,"
cy," Mercy," last night. With 16 other ref refugees
ugees refugees from Communist terror
they ate their first Thanksgiving
dinner yesterday, complete with

turkey and all the trimmings.
Some of the tired travelers will
face another 2,500-mile trip to the
Pacific Coast on top of their 4,500
mile journey from Hungary. Oth Others
ers Others had less than 45 miles more

to go. Ferencz Szuecsgn, 25, and

Steven Kapocsp, 27, ooth found
new homes at Nw Brunswick, N.
J., scarcely an hour's bus ride
from Camp Klmer.
Rtfugaas who had never heard
of Thanksgiving bowed t h'e i r
head and gavo thanks for their
scape tft freedom before eating
traditional Army style turkey
dinners yesterday.
The meal was completed from
tomato juice cocktail to c a n d y

and nutt. It began with a Mess Messing
ing Messing by the Rev. Ire Gabet,
former p a s t o r of a Budapest
Baptist church, who fled with
his wife and two of his three
children.
Mimeographed menus written
in Hungarian were given to each
of the 34 refugees seated in a
former Army messhall. In them
the Hungarians read, moat of
them for the first time, an ex explanation
planation explanation of the American holi holiday.
day. holiday.
Then the refugees, most of them
still wearing the bedraggled cloth clothing
ing clothing they had on when they left
Hungary, pitched in with true GI
gusto to turkey, stuffing, cran cranberries,
berries, cranberries, mashed potatoes, sweet

potatoes, corn, string beans, home

baked rolls with butter, picKies
and olives, carrots, celery, candy,
fruit cake, nuts and pumpkin pic.

Most of the Hungarians said
they never had heard of Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Day until they were in informed
formed informed about it last night or this
morning. Some did not know about
the occasion, until they picked up

the menus which the Army naa
mimeographed for them. ;
The menus bore an explanation
of the holiday in Hungarian. A.
newspaper provided copies of an
issue that explained the sig significance
nificance significance of the celebration that
has been observed since 1620.
Imrt Neidert, 30, former Buda-

Nagy Dares Soviet Trial
In Effort to End Strife

VIENNA, Nov. 23 (UP De Deposed
posed Deposed Tltoist Premier Imre Nagy
has left the sanctuary of the Yu Yugoslav
goslav Yugoslav Embassy in Budapest in a
desperate and dangerous effort to
end the terror sweeping Hungary,
it was reported here today.
Hungary was still paralyzed
by a two-day "total strikes" and
workers called for a one hour
period of mourning for the pa patriots
triots patriots who gave their lives in the
nation's fight for freedom. The
situation was so tense, anything
could happen.
A Communist radio Budapest
broadcast asserted the Budapest
workers council had "changed its

mind" about the strike and ap

pealed to workers to return to

their job.,. There was no indica

tion whether the report was ac actually
tually actually sanctioned by the workers
council or "inspired" by the Com Communist
munist Communist regime.
It admitted negotiations still
continued.
Nagy, deposed by the Soviet
armed forces even as he nego nego-iated
iated nego-iated for their removal from
Hungary, took refuge in the Yu Yugoslav
goslav Yugoslav Imbassy Nov. 4. An an announcement
nouncement announcement in Belgrade said he

left his temporary safety last
night to dare poseibte Sovief re re-prints
prints re-prints in his efforts to restore
order.

The restoration of Nagy to the

premiership has been one of the

major demands of the Hungarian
workers. Soviet puppet Premier

Janus Kadar, in his desperate at
temDts to appease the workers

has promised to negotiate with

Nagy only after he left tne am
bassv.

. A communique issued by the

foreisn minister in Belgrade said

Nagy and 48 other Hungarian ref refugees
ugees refugees returned to their homes 'un 'under
der 'under a written guarantee of safety

from the Kadar regime.
Indian Ambassador S. K. Me Me-non
non Me-non has been instructed by
Prime Minister Jawanarlal Neh Nehru
ru Nehru to make a first hand inves investigation
tigation investigation of developments in Bu Budapest,
dapest, Budapest, it was reported.
Menon, who is accredited to Bu Budapest
dapest Budapest as well as to Moscow,
hopes to depart next week when

he recovers from a mild attack of

influenza.
The Soviet press has not yet

reported Nehru's condemnation of

Soviet intervention in Hungary.

T

North-South Civil Rights Battle
Looms For Opening Day Of Congress

WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 (UP)
Six Democratic senators today
proposed a 16 point "liberal" leg legislative
islative legislative program that foreshad foreshadowed
owed foreshadowed a North-South civil rights
fight on the opening day of the
new Congress.
In a "Democratic declaration of
1957," they served notice they
will press on Jan. 3 the first day
of the 85th Congress for a "reas "reasonable"
onable" "reasonable" rule to curb filibusters.

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The filibuster is the maneuver

used by southerners to head off
civil rights bills.
Signing the "declaration" were
Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey

(Minn), Paul H. Douglas (111),

Wayne Morse (Ore), James E.
Murray (Mont), Pat. McNamara
(Mich), and Richard L. Neuberg Neuberg-er
er Neuberg-er (Ore).
They said their 16 proposals
would serve as "a guide to a min minimum
imum minimum program Of liberal Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic action.
Besides setting the stage for a
civil righta row, their program
aerved as a rebuff to Senate Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex). He recently said the Dem

ocrats would offer no. program of

their own but wait to study Presi

dent Eisenhower's legislative pro

posals.-
The six senators said they

based their stands on the 16 issues

"entirely" on the party platform
adoDted at the Democratic Na

tional Convention in. August. They
added, however, that they had

"exchanged ideas" since the Nov.
6 elections.

The declaration proposed action

to fulfill platform pledges in the

fields of civil rights, immigration
and refugees, aid to education and

school construction, farm policy,
taxes, natural resources, and

housing and urban development.
It also would carry out the plat
form on social security, health

depressed areas and unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment compensation, labor, peace

time uses of atomic energy, clean
elections, veterans, statehood for
Hawaii and Alaska, and "majority

rule in the Senate.
As for their anti-filibuster move,

the senators said they will abide

by a platform "commitment and

"move on Jan. 3, 1957 to abolish

the present rule for cutting off

Senate debate.
They will "substitute a reason
able cloture rule, permitting a ma

jority of senators to close debate
atfer an opportunity for full and

thorough discussion.

The present rule requires that

two-thirds of the entire Senate

or 64 senators must vote to end

debate on a bill or motion. How However,
ever, However, it provides that cloture can cannot
not cannot be applied to a motion to

amend the rules.
By making their move on open

ing day, the six senators may

tike the tack that Senate rules
do not continue from session to
session and must be adopted
anew at the start of each Con Congress.
gress. Congress. A similar move was tabled

by a 70 to 21 vote to 1953.

Southern senators long have
fought any attempt to change

present rules which give them un

limited time to talk to death civil
rights legislation. They have
filibustered against the anti-

filibuster moves.

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IN FRIENDLY HANDS An Army WAC holds one of the
youngest Hungarian refugees as the child's mother looks on
at Fort Dix, N.J. They were among the 60 refugees that
arrived in the United States from Vienna, Austria.

pest typewriter mechanic, who
led a 35-man group in the anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist r e be 1 1 i o n, said he
knew nothing about the holiday
but that he and his fellow refug refugees
ees refugees had much more than Ameri Americans
cans Americans to give thanks for.
"I had forgotten there was such
a think as turkey," he said. "I
had it when I Was a child, before
World War II, when Hungary was
still Hungary, but no one has it
any more."
Jozsef Sarvo, 24, former coal
miner, said he never had heard
of Thanksgiving Day until he pick picked
ed picked up his drum stick in the Army
mess hall today.
"It is an excellent idea," Sarvo
said.
Gaboes, before sitting down to
his dinner, said he was "very
glad" to hear that today is "a
great holiday" in America.
T am especially happy because
ii happens that we also benefited

by arriving yesterday, the first

Hungarian refugees to get here,"
he said.

Gaobs' son, Kamel, 18, said that

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today.

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thankful to be here," he said.

don t have to be told what

vi luuuu y c are ui. i mw i

the minute I stepped off the

plane."
"Even though we landed at,

luiuraiy auuuiL u cic wa& liu

ing secretive about anything,

we were more T.nan nit asm ar. t.

no? vy r, ncic kigcicu uv li itt mi

as well as the Amtrioan nennle

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garian Baptist Church there.
TtL iv-ii j a

with cardboarl pumpkins and tu

touch was added with the use

GI bedsheets for table cloth

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and bowls of candy and nuts.

NO MONEY NO CLOTHFS RUT

FREEDOM MEANS MORE THAN THIS

Editor's' Mote: One member Of
the first group of Hnggarian
refugees from communism to
reach the United States was Im
re Nadiert who arrived with on only
ly only the clothes he had word

mismatched jacket and trousers,
through the rebellion-frayed,

striped shirt wih no tie, a
white sweater, a canvas co a t
ana heavy brown walking shoas.
Because he still has a family in
hunger,, the 30-year-old type typewriter
writer typewriter mechanic asked that his
reel name not bo used.
By IMRE NIDIIRT

WMl" KILMER; N.J., Nov. 23

(Ur"H have no money. The only
clothes I own are on my back. I

ao no,. Know the fate of my par

ents and sister in Hungary. But
I still have 100 times more reason
to be thankful on my first Thanks

giving uay tnan most Americans
I am thankful to be alive in i

country where there is more free

dom than anywhere else in the

world, and where I can go out

I would have been shot on the

like a free human being.
If I had not fled from mv home

land, I'm certain I would be dead
by now. Thousands of Hungarian
men have been deported by the
Russians to Siberia, but if I had
stayed, I don't think they would

nave Mothered to send me awav

and earn a living and live at last
spot. My sins against the Commu

nists were too great.

I was the leader of a 35-man

ffebpl group that fought against the

communists, rue Russians had

me under arrest for 26 months.

and almost killed me once. Their

aim was not so sood. however!

they only wounded me in the an

kle. My companion was shot in

the chest, even though we were

unarmed at the time and carried

white flags.
My trouble with the Communists
began in July 1954, when I was
struggling to make a living as s
typewriter mechanic and repair repairman.
man. repairman. I was overhead to say that
it was impossible to earn a decent
livin? under such a regime, with
so little pay and food id such dif difficult
ficult difficult conditions.
For that I spent over two years
in a "political camp." I guess it
was really a. concentration camp.
It was surrounded by wire and
men armed with machine guns. I
was released last Sept. 27 and had
been free for less than s month
before the anti-Communist rebel rebellion
lion rebellion started. Now T am going to
be free for the rest of my life.
Or.. 24 was an important day
in the rebellion. People gathered
to demonstrate against the politi political
cal political situation that day. They want wanted
ed wanted the government to stop push pushing
ing pushing them around. They wanted the
Communists to leave the people
alone and give them more free freedom.
dom. freedom. The demonstration had just be begun
gun begun when the Russians moved in
to stop it. Russsians fired into the
crowd.
The people became so angry
;drgnnized a revolt. About 10,0000
persons were involved. Some of
the people became so angry they
were able to seize weapons from
some Russian soldiers and pre prepared
pared prepared to strike back.
I was wounded Oct. 27 in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest by a Russian who opened fire
with an automatic pistol from one
of several tanks that were dug in

mm ...ki : .it-t

ar ouna in a Jeep with a whit

flag on it, telling the Russian

they should leave before then

was real trouble.
When my companion and
stopped our Jeep and got ou

leaving our guns behind, we wen

shot.
On Nov. 6, the Russians eoliee

ed 1,500 men for deport!

tion. When the crew of Hungaria

loyalist tanks got wind of thl

. v : i:u...t.j am

rv in HirtiidLei v unci dim via

1,500.

i nr niuaiaun ucgaii making um

aeain because they knew I wal

one of the smaller leaders of re

els. Russian security polio
watched me and took pic'ures i

out of our homes. We could n

find shelter. We finally took re

much of the time. Finally, on Nof

11, I got a ride to the border.
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