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IN IMPENDENT xIIE da,l McWi
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 86, 1956
Nagy Issue Irks
VIENNA, Nov. 26 (UP) Hungary's cold arid starving
freedom strikers were expected to continue their nation
wide walkout today, fortified by the puppet government's
re-emphasized servitude to its Soviet masters shown by
the kidnapping of ex-Premier Imre Nagy.
Puppet Premier Janos Kadar yesterday provided a
lame excuse for the spiriting away of Nagy and his as associates.
sociates. associates. He did not mention how his government betray betrayed
ed betrayed its written safe conduct given Nagy before he left his
asylum in the Yugoslav Embassy.
TO BEATING R.P.
CHILD TO DEATH
The Secret Police in Panama
revealed today that Pfc. Harold
F. Rose, 19, American, has con confessed
fessed confessed to having killed the 20-month-old
son of a Panamanian
woman with whom he was liv living
ing living in a common-law relation relationship
ship relationship in Rio Abajo.
Since last Thursday when the
little ooy, uauarao castino, was
learned to have died in a sup-
nnapri nppiripnt Panama riptpr-
tives have been questioning
Rose who is being held at Secret
Reportedly. Rose said at first
Al L iU 1IU 1 1 Jl.u
refrigerator, where he had put
t.hp Hpprp ,a fpvhh it-n mint? :ih.u
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ftnfessed to havine beaten Bri-
s t hi i iirr i nil l x .nkuii w nn
Rose is a member of the 17th
ton, His occupation is that of a
mechanic, but his most recent
assignment with the' Army was
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Rose came to the Isthmus A-
r li ti nr i jk in i um i rii. iiia
A spokesman for the Army
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CROSSING TO FREEDOM A'few hundred yards Inside the Hungarian border, a group of
refugees help one another across a bridge wh ich was damaged by a Soviet tank. The span,
known as the Bridge of Freedom, was fired upon by the Russians in an attempt to stop Hun Hungarians
garians Hungarians from fleeing into Austria.
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VIEWING THEIR NEW COUNTRY Members of a Hungarian
refugee family look out a window in the airport at Milwaukee
while waiting to be processed by immigration authorities. They
weie iuunis( mjb ta reiugees
Nagy is the man the striking
workers want returned to pow power.
er. power. Before the Soviets returned
to Hungary to clamp the strife strife-torn
torn strife-torn nation in a new bloodbath,
Nagy promised the workers free
elections and. the ejection of So Soviet
viet Soviet troops.
Later, the Hungarian news news-agency
agency news-agency MTI came on the air
for its noon morse transmis transmissionthe
sionthe transmissionthe first time since No November
vember November fifth.
The first news item, in French,
reported that shipments of food
were arriving "day by day in
"Almost 100 freight car loads
arrive every day in the central
market of the capital," it said.
But distribution to shops
throughout the city is running
into "certain difficulties," MTI
T Ttff MfWS
BRUSSELS, Nov 24 (UP)
Moscow University wot e!od
by tho principal tor on day re recently
cently recently because Russian students
posted up excerpts from BBC
bulletins on Hungary, a Belgian
official said lest night.
Belgian foreign trade minister
Victor Larock told a national con congress
gress congress of thP Socialist Party he sot
his information from 'private but
absolutely reliable sources."
uoiuiiv uuucu umi wic uiiivi ci city
ty city principal removed the first BBC
excerpts saying the Russian press
was giving "an objective" account
of the situation in Hungary,
wno arrived in tne city.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 26
(UP) Democratic party lead leaders,
ers, leaders, digging out from under
the E senhower land slide,
gathered today for their first
meeting since the Nov. 6 elec election.
tion. election. The executive committee of
the Democratic National Com Commit)
mit) Commit) tee was called into session to
discuss specifically the party's
future strategy and how to pay
off a $1 million debt growing out
the recent campaign.
Butt these other matters were
expected to come up:
A bid by party leaders from
th west for a lareer role in nar-
ty affairs because their area
gave Democrats their greatest
gain in 'the election.
A demand from the same
western group for a more liberal
party program, turning left from
the middle-of-the-road policies
which Democrats, and particu particularly
larly particularly Senate leader Lyndon B.
Johnson, followed during the
firsit Eisenhower term.
A possible move to oust
Paul M. Butler as Democratic
National Chairman' despite
Butler'san nounced declaration
that he does not intend to re resign.
sign. resign. of what tole
the party's I
Presidential candidate and ti titular
tular titular head, Adlai E. Steven Stevenson,
son, Stevenson, will play in the drive to
pay .off the campaign debt
and in charting the party's
There was no advance word on
whether either Stevenson or his
running; maite, Sen. Estes Kefau-
ver (D-Tenn.), would send a
message to the committee. Some
party leaders want Stevenson
to help clear the atmosphere
with an early announcement on
his future political plans.
Stevenson has promised such
an announcement but has not
said when it would ome.
Can US Bombers Raid Russia Non-Stop?
Yes, Air Force Jets Prove It Conclusively
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26 (UP)
A group of X-52 jet bombers
have demonstrated with record record-breaking,
breaking, record-breaking, non-stop flights of up
to 16,000 miles that they could
strike deep within Russia from
bases in this country and re
The Air Force put on the
demonstration oyer the week
end, keeping eight of the giant
jet bombers aioit ror periods
ranging irom 20 to 31 nours
The flights, covering from is.-
500 to 16,000 miles, were the
longest ever made by the planes
mat win carry tne u-oomb a
it ever has to be used.
The Air Force called the
flights a "routine training 1
AFL-CIO LEADERS HERE Arriving at Tocumen last night are (1 to r): O. A. Knight, AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO vice-president and president of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union; George
Meany, president of the AFL-CIO; David Dublnsky, president of the International Ladles'
Garment Workers Union; and Serafino Romualdi, AFL-GIO's Latin American representative.
US Labor Leaders Start Isthmian Visit
With Morning Call On Governor Potter
' eHWt'ge'Meany,.' president of
trie afl-cio, mmk mreaotne
top-flight AmertBMTTlftor lets
ers started their Isthmian VlSB
today with a late-morning call
on Gov. William E. Potter.
Meanv was accompanied fty
O. A. Knight, vice-president W
the AFL-CIO; David Dubinsky,
president of the international
Ladies' Garment Workers Un
ion; and Serafino Romualdi,
Latin American representative
of the AFL-CIO.
The four labor men arrived at
a.m. todav from Lima, Peru,
on the closing lap of a goodwill
tour tnrougn Latin America.
A spokesman for the group
said this morning that except
for lack of sleep the travelers
felt fine. Meany, who con contracted
tracted contracted a cold in one of the
South American capitals, has
, From Balboa Heights, the
visitors went to the Bella Vista
home of Mrs. Cecilia Remon
where the Minister of Labor,
Health and Social Security was
hostess for a luncheon.
vAt 3 p.m. the visitors were to
confer with representatives of
unions in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama affiliated with the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Regional Labor Office
Scheduled for 4 p.m. was a
visit to president Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr. Thereafter the men
are to attend a small reception
scheduled for 5 p.m. at the La
Cresta residence of U.S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Julian F. Harrington.
Between appointments, the
visitors are to confer with offi officials
cials officials of Locals 900 and 907 and
with leaders of the Central La Labor
bor Labor Union and Metal Trades
Tomorrow there will he a trip
through the locks and Gaillard
Cut in the morning, more con-
mission." But it went out of
way to publicise them even
though it usually keeps flights
of the Strategic Air Command
bombers highly secret.
The demonstration obviously
was a warning to Russia of the
intercontinental striking power
ef the $8 million B-52. The
flights were more than twice
the approximate 5000-mile dis distance
tance distance from U.S. air bases to the
The B-52s, which have a
range of 6000 miles, were re re-fuelei
fuelei re-fuelei in the air by tanker
planes. The Air Force would
not say how many times.
During pe demonstration,
faaflfci. a btr open meetine at
Balboa Theater and a CLU-gTC
dinner at the Tlvoli in .thevfF
Dubinsky will be the chief
speaker at the Balboa' Theater
gathering set for 4:30 p.m., an
hour chosen so (that employes
leaving work at 4:15 can attend.
This program is one of a se series,
ries, series, arranged by the Gover Governor
nor Governor in his "Outward Look"
plan to give Canal employes
and other Zone residents a
chance to hear talks, by lead leaders
ers leaders in various fields who visit
Thp theater nrocram is nnen
to the public. An invitation has
oeen extenaea especially to
personnel of the armed forces
Air Force Employe
Falls From Horse,
Admitted To Hosp.
Miss Milvia de la Ossa of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, ah employe of the civilian
personnel office at Albrook AFB,
was injured yesterday after
noon when she was throw from
her horse on Chlva Chlva Trail.
Miss de la Ossa was drag dragged
ged dragged a short distance. She was
admitted to Gorgas Hospital
with lacerations of the face
and arm, and head injuries,
but is not in a serious condi condition.
tion. condition. On the ride, she was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her sister, Melissa Ar Ar-balza,
balza, Ar-balza, and by a friend, Alberto
one group of four B-52s took oil
from Loring Air Force Base in
Maine and another from Castle
Air Force Base in California
Both circled the northern Unit
ed States and Canada carrying
out simulated bombing attacks,
attacks, and all but two return returned
ed returned to their homes bases.
Those two landed at Friend Friendship
ship Friendship Airport in Baltimore,
testing a new Air Force plan
to use civilian airports at dis dispersal
persal dispersal points for its planes in
case of enemy attack.
The runways proved long
enougn even inougn tne planes
had to use their parachute Ar
tic sld people are expected.
Dubinsky Is considered one of
the architects of the modern
trend of the labor movement. A
senior official for many years,
he has guided the internation international
al international Ladies Garment Workers Un Union
ion Union to dramatic betterments in
wages and working conditions.
However, he does not consider
these gains the be all and end
all of union responsibility.
The Dubinsky unions were pi pioneers
oneers pioneers in teaching the laboring
man and woman now to convert
their extra money and leisure
into human gains. They pioneer pioneered
ed pioneered culture at the union level.
Dubinsky pioneered little
thealter groups for laboring peo people;
ple; people; short-story courses, cooking
classes, orchestras, sports and
hobby organizations. A native of
Poland who was once banished
to Siberia, he reached the Unit United
ed United staites in 1911 and became a
master-baker by the time he
Meany succeeded the late
William Green as president of
the AFL in 1952. He was one
of the instigators in the move
for labor unity with the CIO.
When this came about in De December
cember December 1955, he Was unani unanimously
mously unanimously chosen to lead the
Romualdi has visited Panama
many times and is well-known
throughout Latin America. As
the AFL's representative south
of the border since 1945. he was
the logical choice for the same
responsibility wWh the combined
groups. Born in Italy at the turn
of the century, he left because
of his opposition to Fascism.
Knight is president of the on,
Chemical and Atomic Workers
Union. He is chairman of the
AFL-CIO subcommittee on in-
resting gear to help bring them
to a quick.
The runways were slightly
narrow for the big bombers,
however. Their outrigger wheels
at tne end of each wing touch
ed down in grass and dirt dur
ing the landings.
If the eight planes had been
flying in straight lines during
their practice mission, the flight
from Loring would have gone as
far as Burma and back ana
those from Castle to Ceylon and
back, both over the heartland
The bombers flew at alti altitudes
tudes altitudes of above 35,000 feet at
average speeds of 500 mllea
On US Project
To Clear Canal
PORT SAID. Eavot. Nov.
have raised one of the sunken shins blockina Port Said
harbor and cleared a channel big enough to pass vessels
of Liberty ship size into Port Said, the Anglo-French com-
mana announced today.
Divers passed cables
per "Triton' allowing salvage ships to haul it to one side
of the channel, officials said.
They said the move opened a passage 160 feet wide
and 25 feet deep on the Port Said side of the harbor.
French Vice-Admiral Jean Chamnian. rnmmnnifor.i-
chief of the joint Anglo-French salvage operation, said
the next steo in ckearina the harbor i tfi MICA MMAk
- r J
dredge hopper sunk on the
Three nr.her rlreriirec art) clinic
in the harbor, two on the Port
Fuad side and one In the cen center,
ter, center, Champion said.
Divers are at work sealing up
the dredge "Paul Solente" in the
harbor center, he said, so that
Champion said it was impos impossible
sible impossible to Dredlct when the clear
ing Job will be finished.
in all, mere are 49 oosiruc-
tions in the Suez Canal's navi navigation
gation navigation channed. They include
20 ships at the Port Said end,
three near the southern port
of Suez and the remainder, in including
cluding including two blown bridges, in
the middle stretch.
Many small craft can be lift lifted
ed lifted easily or destroyed by blast blast-in
in blast-in rhftiYininn said, but no blast
ing' is planned at Port Said.
Egypt win reiect an American
proposal to start clearing the
Auat ranai while British and
French troops art withdrawinc!
from Port said, well miormea
sources said in Cairo today.
Firvnt'R nnsition is and will re
main that the "aggressor" forces
must first leave tne ouez uanai
Zone before any clearance work
starts thev said. This was ex
pected to be the official Egyp
tian reaction to American u.n.
delegate Henry Cabot Lodge's
Former Nasser aid Ekhaled
Mohieddin described the pro proposal
posal proposal as "just another maneu maneuver
ver maneuver on America's part to satis satisfy
fy satisfy both sides in the dispute"
in the newspaper Al Miss.
Martin S. Ochs
Here For Day
Martin S. Ohs of Chattanooga,
Tenn.. an associate editor of the
Chattanooga Times, arrived from
the States this morning for a
day's visit in Panama.
With Mrs. Ochs, he is making
a tour of Latin Ameripa. The
couple will depart early tomor
row for the south.
Of the planes landing at Bal
timore, the one from Loring
completed a 13,500-mile, 26-hour
flight; the one from Castle, a
16-000-mile, 31-hour flight.
The flight from Loring fol followed
lowed followed a course that went
north to Thule in Greenland,
the North Pole, Anchorage,
Seattle, San Francisco, Los
Angeles, Abilene, Tex., Key
West, Fla., to Baltimore.
The flight from Castle was
cross-country to Pittsburgh,
north to Labrador and the
down to Anchorage, Seattle,
San Francisco and then across
country to Baltimore.
26 (UP) Snlvnne iiMdi
under the sunken dredat-han.
- - -" W1
Port Said shore.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26 (UP)
-The United States fears that
Syria, using weapons It got from
the Communists may cause a
new armed conflict In the Mid Middle
dle Middle East.
Officials doubt that Syria
would be successful in such a
venture. But they said Russia,
which wants to continue stir
fing up trouble In tho Middle
starting an accident along -its
border with Israel that could
spread into a larger conflict
The United States has evi evidence
dence evidence that Syria has been re receiving
ceiving receiving large amounts of Com Communist
munist Communist arms for "a considerable
period of time."
French sources have sail sail-mated
mated sail-mated that Syria gets about
two shiploads of Communist
arms a wek, but American of officials
ficials officials believe this estimate
Officials made these observa observations
tions observations about recent events la
-rit is adopting an increasing
pro-Soviet political line which
indicates it may become a So Soviet
viet Soviet satellite. Syria is following
the Moscow line In the United
Nations by refusing to condemn
the Soviet action in Hungary
and, in fact, trying to divert at attention
tention attention from the Hungarian sit situation.
uation. situation. It is going out of its way
to stir up trouble inside tho
Arab camp. The latest Syria
move was a charge that neigh neighboring
boring neighboring Iraq had sent arms to
Damascus for illegal use.
It is permitting the presence
of sizable numbers of Soviet
"technicians" in Syria, presum presumably
ably presumably to train the Syrians in use
of Red arms.
80, Dies Here
Emmanuel Moore, 80, a West
Indian resident of the Chlva
ChJiva area died at his home
Saturday night, apparently of
He had previously been treat treated
ed treated at Gorgas Hospital for a
An autopsy will be perform performed.
ed. performed. SMITH S WIPERS S0V:
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2S. 195fl
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HELPING THE HUNGARIANS
Will vou Please print the following letter from Rear Ad-
mlrai iio., nonorary presiueui, ui uw amiauvm ..vv
'-TtJe'bowet Army's masacre of the Hungarian people
has siCKened every American. We have issued an emer emergency
gency emergency call to all of our friends to help-in this crisis.
At this writing, more than 30.00U anii-ommunist Hun Hun-tarian
tarian Hun-tarian refugees havfe lied Into Austria and depend upon us
mr helD We will help them to the ewent made possible
ov the generosity of the American people who have always
rsponded tc the "appeal of those who nave suffered in the
MU"nure?onc'exn for our Hungaiian friends, we must
not forset that the Soviet armed forces menace not only
the Hungarian people but every other people in Central
BurAt the present moment, the Red Army is poised on
the border of Poland threatening the destruction of the
newly formed Polish Government which seeks in soma
measure to liberalize the regime. -.x,,,--,. ..,
-in the past, thousanos of anti-Comrnunt refugees
from behind the iron Curtain have come into Western Eu Eu-5SS?
5SS? Eu-5SS? Poles Czechs, Baits, East Germans, and even citizens
?P?h. .uhiPot races of the Soviet Union. They must be
tode??nj!!S.Coii ti, vou on behalf of all those who have suf;
Rear Admiral tJAN". (Ret-)
Contributions ..hmld be sent U im Appeal Jor the
Free Hungarian 10 ln-
lXtl: SiSSm aPre deductible
AitkwAWa the number of re-
ouioe """'""'.X'fi, Nwaelv women and cnliaren.
fugees has passed 50,000, latgeiy women w Calhoun
almost five years of my residence abroad t have
During the almost nve yea -r h knew tnat ?
i jizp r them a typlcal
IHtmH&XSk -....-.i nut tonether what I hoped
foe SevlChe and Artoz un..ro"u;
apsBBBBBBBnt; '-"c T" 8t writp to the Mau BOX ana aeei
might end. JSJJftiK" Sh tl Tort
? .1 .nSihe. iiimot. Imjorttuit mttr man o
ooauy, tnereiuB--. -r- lve
needlnu every bit ol encoursgeincm, ,u
wta Th rest of ui must also assume our mui-i 1 JnH
fS ISua'tion0 Anything people contribute would jWp od
clothing, money meaicine mese pruic "v.- ;f
c'ow j Btiwth ntf oerets for victims Of bus
f "LSr-tXX-" f wp nin hem these people now
jUst B, DUruBH W UB, Ik l"jr nwi
? "Donation may be sent to the Austrian Red Cred tor
j Hungarian refugees, or to Hungarian anins, uuw w,
it ly VSnMStAUwSishes to any former friends or acquaintances still
' in Panama. At this time of year, when our long bone-chllllng
winters are setting in, I always think with special fondness of
' the beautiful blue Panama sky and that wonderful warm sun
shine you 11 be enjoying in tne cummg ury, bc,ouh.
Kathryn Hall Martin
co Donald O. Martin
Chief I.R.P. Vienna
Vienna, Austria. 1
WASHINGTON (NEA) In
trying to organize an internation
al military task force to supervise
the end of fighting in Egypt, the
United Nations is jiftt getting
around to a job that its charter
called for in 1945.
Th history of the last 10 years
indicates that the U.N. interna
tional "police force" might not
have been used, even if it had
been created. For the 1945 charter
called for this force to be con
trolled by the U-nation Security
Russia would have vetoed the
use of such a force to repel the
Communist aggression in Korea in
1050. France and the United King
dom would veto the use of such a
force in Egypt now. And Russia
would unquestionably veto any
proposal to use force to get her
troops out of Hungary.
A still more important factor is
that the present crises in Egypt
and Hungary are not being con
sidered by the Security Council
They are being handled in the
76-nation General Assembly. The
Communist aggression against
Korea was likewise handled there
France and the U.K. are openlt
defying the General Assembly
cease-fire resolution -a Egypt, so
their troops cannot be used for
police action. The United States
does not want to tend troops to
Egypt. That would give the Rut
siar the opportunity they have
been seeking to move in.
The General Assembly has
therefore had tc instruct U.N. Sec
ret try General Dag Hammar-
skjold to try to get commitments
for hoops from the smaller
nations for restoring peace to
Article 43 of the U.N. charter
pledges all member nations to
akme armed forces available to
the Security Council on its call.
These troops were to be under di direction
rection direction of a U.N. Military Staff
Committee. It is male up of
deputy chiefs of staff from the
five permanent Security Council
This Military Staff Committee
still exists. The current American
members are Lt. Gen. Thomas W.
Herren for the Army, Vice Ad Admiral
miral Admiral F. W. MacMahon for the
Navy, Lt. Gen. Charles B. Stone
III for the Air Force.
They meet with their opposite
numbers from France, U.K.,
U.S.S.R.. and Nationalist China
every two weeks. Their meetings
last only a few. minutes, however
for they have been stymied ever
since 948, when they repotted
they could not agree.
Early in 1946 the Security Coun
cil had asked its Military Staff
Committee to examine how
Article 43 of the U.N. charter
should be put into effect. Over a
year later it reported 25 recom recommendations
mendations recommendations for the creation, main maintenance
tenance maintenance and supply of .UN.
military forces. Most of these rec recommendations
ommendations recommendations were accepted.
Then the Military Staff Commit Committee
tee Committee was asked to make recom
mendations on the size of U.N.
KlaAW rr gLsssM
jNEA Service, ejp
Walter Winchell In New YorK
y IIW FEAISON
WASHINGTON Judge Dalip feated by Democrat Foster
Singh Saund of California, first coio, to a top spot in the U.S.
LnrJian-Amencan ever electee w iormauon aervice. inougn JSis
Congress, faces the possibility of j bower carried the state, Whlttie
one year in prison and-or si.ooo lost tne guDernatonal race, am
fine as a result of forgetting to
file his expenses and contributions
10 to 15 fays before election.
This is a requirement wmcn
some congressional candidates
and even some congressmen oc
casionally overlook during the
heat of a campaign. None has yet
gone to jail. However, the law is
clear and the penalty is stiff.
So if the Justice Department
wanted to get tough with the
Democrat who defeated the famed
and glamorous Jackie Cochran
Odium, whose husband is now a
heavy GOP contributor, and
whose husband s director, George sents the modem
Allen, is an intimate friend of type of Republican
the President, it could do so.
No one is willing to comment
frankly as to the reason why the
Voice of America suddenly can cancelled
celled cancelled Judge Saund's broadcasts
to Asia, but lt now appears that
the Judge's technical violation of
the election laws may be tne
Judge Saund was scheduled to
broadcast for the Voice of Amer
ica on November 15. Suddenly the
Voice notified him the broadcast
Officially, the, Voice now ex
plains that it is overloaded with
work. Unofficially and privately,
officials admitted that orders had
been received from the White
House to cancel Judge Saund.
Voice officials obviously were dis disappointed.
appointed. disappointed. They had planned to
have him speak in varuus Indian
dialects and were going to use his
words not only in India, but
throughout Asia and Africa, to
show that the United States gives
equal opportunity to everyone and
that a native-born Indian could be
elected to the chief governing
body of the nation.
the White House is anxious to
build GOP strength on the stab
Richardson, 36 years old, was
former assistant to Senator Sal
tonstali of Massachusetts, served
.3 law- clerk to Justice Felix
frankfurter and Justice Learned
Hand, is a trustee of Rldcliffe
College, a .member of the Har Har-vard
vard Har-vard Board of Overseers, serr.
tary of the Massachusetts General
Hospital, and active in sending
American professors to Europe
under the Salzburg Services ia
American studies. He r Cora. I
wants in his administration.
MRS. LA CUARDIA
MAM A ROUT TOWN
Judge and Mrs. Vincent Impel-
Utteri denied "rumors" ai me
Mnnsicnore . Singer Micnaei
Over when there'! no more Hurt- .pher Michael Kidd was once your
copy ooy ai ue mum .
The people picked Eisenhower be
Four powers submitted four es
timates, as follows:
Bombers France, 775; U.K.,
600; U.S., 1,250; U.S.S.R., 600.
Fighters France, 300; U.K.,
400; U.S., 2,250; U.SSR, 300
Army divisions France, 16;
U.K., 8-12; U.S., 20; U.S.S.R., 12.
Battleships France, 3; U.K.
2; US., 3; U.SSR, None
Carriers France, C, UK., 4;
U.S., 6; U.S.S.R., None.
Cruisers France, 9; U.K., 16;
U.S., 15; U.SSR, 6
Destroyers France, 24; UK.,
24; U.S., 84; U.S.S.R.. 24
Submarines France, 12; U.K.,
12; U.S., 90; U.SSR, 12
HayhlU (Ruth Roman's constant
escort for months) was bewil bewildered
dered bewildered by her sudden marriage to
Buddy Moss . Penny Single Singleton's
ton's Singleton's daughter, Dorothy Sparks,
and Dr. Wm. campDeii are
twosome . Thrush i Jill Corey
i. Hrinf tunesmith Dick Adler.
His romance with star Susan
Straiberg cooled. Susan grew up
Perle Mesta's "Auntie
Mame" escort was Dr. Anthony
Slndoni, international diabetic
!TZi.iuf 7fWv. Schmancy!)
itaslderV heaV Jaztmah Don
Elliott and ms prewy youni man man-ooor
ooor man-ooor rtnria Wiss will be Lohen-
grinning before long ... Prin Princess
cess Princess Alexandra's newest escort is
a dairy farmer, rich Christopher
Lewis Loyd' .. Happiest people
at Dem. H'quariers iat me dui
more) when the nasnes came
thru that Mayor Wagner was los losing
ing losing his- Senatorial bid were his
City Hall staffers. It meant they
wouldn't be losing their jobs .
Has the Police Dept. considered
that seme Commy (In a speeding
car) might fling a bomb at the
Russian Embassy on Park Ave.
and ignite an "Incident"?
kism i-Bst i.-nr i
troop estimates were added
What these figures show at a
glance is that the United States
favored making the U.N. forces
strong enough to deal with any
situation. The other powers want
ed to keeo U.N. forces small, ob obviously
viously obviously to" keep them ineffective.
If the U.N. armed force had
been created promptly and made
stronger than the forces of any
one country, it might have pre prevented
vented prevented the wars in Korea, Indo
china, the Middle East and even
Hungary. Again, it might have
made no difference at all.
But what this points up is that
if the U.N. charter provisions for
Security Council action to main
Scandal Dept.: The femme agent
for a realty company, who turneo
down a show-biz she-lebrlty (for
a furnished room 09 L.i.) Because
of the latter's "reputation," has
a ditto vou can't print! . Bud
dy Reynolds is being groomed by
20th Centurv-Fox as a second
Rranrin Thev claim he's a looka
like and they're giving him daily
speech, acting and fencing lessons
. Wm. Jackson, featured in
Broadway's "The Apple Cart," is
a vet newsnanerman. He reported
1 for the Old World and penned
. u 1 an j many iravi
Shlpand MB.nit.TW Dent: Abbv
Very young Paul Castle; Buffa Buffalo's
lo's Buffalo's Ezio Plnza (a remarkable
baritone voice) starred at our
Runyon Fund-Roberta Sherwood
affair in the Town CBslno, Buffa Buffa-in
in Buffa-in Mnnrlav nieht . The record
ing company that signs him will
get richer . rney- can aa ms
thrilling voice by contacting my
editor at the Buffalo Courier-Express.
Ona of our Friday night com-
natitora (a movie) offered Frank
Sinatra $40,000 to make a spiel
and not go on1 the Winchell show
rwhieh Is navinit hint, $7,500 to
sintf one song). Isn't there a law
affaltiRt such "conspiracy"?
Wanna see a vestpocket edition
of Arlene Dahl? Check Hetty Par Par-nell,
nell, Par-nell, the clggie gal at the Embers.
After sh finishes her stint there,
she Cinderellas across the street
(to El Morocco) where her es
corts take her to Mamoo ., ine
advance sale on "Auntie Mame"
has roared past the $1,500,000
mark . Actress Elspeth Eric
and Ira Ashley at the Gamecock
. . The Lambs and The Nat'l
Cartoonists are co-sponsoring a
night (Dec. 16) honoring Rube
Goldberg ... At a party for the
cast of "Li'l Abner" recently a
lot of society people were present.
Perle Mesta, Erie Javits, George
Vanderbilt. et and cct. When
onrec DeWitt marched in
press agent whispered: "Well, I
see Lindy's is represented!" .
Overheejd: "Cheap? He's got the
shortest reach on B'wayr
Greshler (producing the him bio
of James Dean) doesn't want El-
vis for tha lead . Lionel Hamp
ton's engagements in England are
the biggest thugs since m. Mon
roe s ahems .. me lorcn is
the charter should be revised and
U.N. charter review was sched
uled for 1955, after 10 years of
U.N. operations. The only action
taken was to name a committee
to recommend a time for calling
a charter review .onference. But
the committee doesn't have to re report
port report until September, 1957. Which
means tnat no action can be taken
tain peace are unworkable, then .until 1916, or more likely 1960.
What listeners and viewers don't
know is that Elvis is merely a a
I chord guitarist. But his unseen
guitarist IS a genius . me ura
Ptul-Mary Ford newie, "Blow the
Smoke Away," is prackilly Joe
Howard's oldie (the pipe-dream
song with a face lift): "What's
the Use of .Dreaming: .
Something to make you feel your
age: Child star Bobby Breen just
cut his 30th birthday cake .
NYC Quiz Dent: Where the heck
is Little West Twelfth Street? (It
isn't where vou think it IS)
Choreographer June Taylor knows
of a sure way to neat taxes un unemployment
employment unemployment Recommended:
Abner Silver's "The Wisdom of a
Fool" by the 5 Keys. (Coral Rec
ords) ... "The Naked Eye-
movie (containing stills of nudes)
has allegedly been approved by
censors and will make the rounds
(of the nation's "art" theatres) in
the Spring .. Memo from Girl
Friday: 'Li'l Abner' choreogra-
cause he's the know-hower
America's best weapon for Peace
is still Ike-Ike,, not ack-ack.
In the Mail: At a recent ap
pearance of Harry Truman at the
San Francisco Press Club, there
was a bit of a scramble to get
someone to Introduce him. ymte
number of good Democrats
were 'busy. Henry Grady iinauy
did it. After Truman finished his
talk and the time came for the
traditional question and answer
period, he told the membership
bluntly: I've said all I'm going
to say ... I'll answer no ques questions
tions questions on or off the record.' And
that was that. From here on ih
he couldn't buy his way into the
place. Believe me. Andy.
Rowi.n & Martin are booked for
a 1-Nighter at the Concord Nov
29th. At three times their previous
salary there . CBS' legal dept
laid down the law to get the $64,-
000 sponsor to cut its commercial
to network requirements of three
minutes. The combined commer commercials
cials commercials had been running four and
five minutes . Something ironic
about the "Ten Commandments"
film. In all the publicity, reviews,
ads, etc., nowhere can you find
an actual listing of The Com Commandments
mandments Commandments . Sponsor mag
suggests radio stations WARM,
Seranton, Pa. (av. yearly temp.
49.3) and KOOL, Phoenix, Ariz.
(av. yearly temp. 69.4) exchange
call letters . One word de
scription of Nat (King) Cole's tv
show: "A Nat-cheral"
Good-Good Dept: Robert Merrill's
"Rigoletto" at the Met . "It's
no wonder," memos Gladys Rob
erts, "they call it 'The Late
Show.' Half the performers have
already passed away."
If the ban on Judge Saund
stands and if the Justice Depart
ment Should proceed with prose prosecution,
cution, prosecution, it would be highly em
barrassing, especially at a time
when Prime Minister Nehru is
scheduled to arrive soon for
White House visit.
HELP FOR HUNGARY
Mrs. Fiorella La Guardis. wid
ow of the late great mayor of I
new Yore uty, used to help her
husband cook spaghetti suppers
in a tiny apartment kitchen when
Fiorello was a hard-hitting young
member of Congress. The much-
loved Fiorello is dead now, and I
Mrs. La Guardia hasn't been I
back to Washington for a long
The other night, however, I saw
her at dinner at the Turkish Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. The surroundings were a
bit different from the old days
of the tiny La Guardia apart-l
ment. The ambassadors of Ger-I
many, Italy, Argentina, the Phil
ippines Portugal, Colombia were!
present. The secretary of thel
Army, Wilber Brucker, listened!
while Turkish soprano Leyla Gen-
cer, prima donna of the Turkishl
state opera, entertained.
The people had changed, thel
setting had changed from the das
when her independent husband!
used to goad both Republicans!
and Democrats In Congress.
Washington had doubled in size
Since those days. But Mrs. La
Guardia, once first lady of the
biggest city of the world, looked
a on amused, intrigued at the
changes, herself unchanged.
The laundry and dry cleaning
industry of Washington has
evolved a generous system for
helping belaguered Hungarians.
It has undertaken to pick up
old clothes contributed by Wash Wash-ingtonians
ingtonians Wash-ingtonians to Hungarians through
November 30, clean them, then
forward them to the Hungarian
Forward Clar Of the C and C
Soviet underlings have assure
western diplomats privately thaa
Premier Bulganin and party Chied
Khrushchev are still running RusJ
sia. They hinted tha; Russia wil
continue to tolerate more inda
pendence among its satellites
such aaJPoland, as long ''as the
But they said the Hungarian
volt had gone too far and turne
uiie.i service 01 wasnington con- atti-Communist. U.S. Ambassa
ceiyed the idea, sold it immr flof "Chip" Bohlen has warnef
diately to the laandry-dry clean- Washington, however, that e
uig association 01 tne nation s premier Malenkov and ex-For
capiwi, ana delivery trucKs have eign Minister Molotov now seer,
been busy since then picking upt0 have the upper hand inside th
old clothes. Two girls have been KVomiin ami am rAii h
kept busy receiving phone ca Is, j tough tactics of Stalin's day
and each day the pickup service Khrushchev has to go along 01
is divided among the various' run the risk of being kicked out
AMUA1Y41 j caiauuaiiiuciiifa.
Yesterday, the first collection
of clothing was loaded into the
Church World Services van for
immediate shipment to Hungary.
Since the laundrv and drv denn
ing industry is one of the busiest
in Washington, it deserves a spe special
cial special vote of thanks for taking time
out to help the struggling people
ot a country wmcn so badly needs
NIW MODERN REPUBLICAN
The White House has alreadv be
gun strengthening and rebuilding
tne itepuDiican party along the
moaern unes resident Eisen
hower indicated On election night
To that end. Ike has nicked 1
live young lawyer, Elliott Rich-
arason of Boston, to be assistant
secretary of health, education,
He Is also appointin0 Sumner
Whlttier, the lieutenant governor
of Massachusetts who was de-
Look in the
Oil display in our store
At Your Own Risk.
It tells the whole truth
But King Size.
(Emotions thus far registered
ran from open admiration to
downright disbelief and from
acute shock to sneer
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Witness the spelling on sign at right. Derm nstration came after
voters tailed to put through a bond issue for new school con
struction. Present overcrowded building has been condemned
as unable to withstand earthquakes.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours: Zsa Zsa Gabor
U giving her Texas press a peek
at her bedside manner. Beating
the publicity drums for "Death of
a Scoundrel" in the Lone Star
ttaten Miss Double Z Is receiving
ewsmen and press pbotegra
phers while breakfasting in bed.
No lonely star is Zsa Zsa.
Kahy Grant whooped it up at
the Ballyhoo tatt at tho Los
A n g o I as Publicists Association
like she'd novor hoard of Bin
Crosby. Or is she tryrno. to forgot
him? Kathy in scantiot drapod on
tho back of a baby elephant was
something Bing should have soon.
Cary Grant nixed S75,0(KHor his
life story while working in Spain
in 'The Pride and the Passion
His argument: "I'm not old
enough yet. I'm old but I've
still got my teeth."
Those Nudo calendar poses are
still haunting Marilyn Monroe
Theres a new one in he Decern
her issue of Escapade a nppv
double exposure Photographer
Tern Kelly's been saving all these
Even H his draft board taps
Elvis Presley, he'll havo plenty of
folding stuff. His 10-ytar victor
contract guarantees him $1,000 a
waalr far 1A vaara khaki or no
khaki. Wonder if tho Army will
use him a a guided missile? .
Jack Webb soon wilt havo two ex ex-wives,
wives, ex-wives, Julio London and Dorothy
Towno. Quito a traveling man. Ho
loft London and wont to Towno.
New he's leaving Towno.
A new British movie, "rw
Baby and the Battleship," will
unveil a new Italian block buster
Lisa Gastoni. She's said to beat
all film glamor babes 42 ways
from the middle . Jack DemD-
seys choice for thp nmnv
filmbiography is Marlon Brando.
. . fcrnest Borgnwe is ready for
another mean, srrpamino
heavy' after playing three cel celluloid
luloid celluloid nice guvs. He sivs- "r
like U. keep the audience olf
Frankie Laine's talking about
non-singing dramatic role in ei either
ther either a London or Broadway plav.
. Jerry Lewis, who plays a
janitor in "The Delicate Delin
quent, will sweep for charity in
the next Muscular Dystrophy
iund-raising campaign. The U.S.
janitor who collects the roc;
money in we camDaian will h
relieved bv Jerrv for a full i ht
jiour snui. ;ha
To Oust Communists
REYKJAVIK, Nov. 26 (UP)
Iceland's coalition government
is under strong pressure to kick
oat the Communists, it was re reported
ported reported here today.
The big Social Democratic
party was becoming increasing increasingly
ly increasingly restive about continued coop cooperation
eration cooperation with the Communist-
dominatted labor alliance. The
alliance has two Communist
Social Democrat and former
Communist Aki Jakobsson re reportedly
portedly reportedly demanded at a recent
closed party meeting that Pre Premier
mier Premier Hermann Jonasson ousted
the Communists from the cabi cabinet
net cabinet because of Soviet interfer interference
ence interference in Hungary.
The Trade Unions congress
was also reported deeply divided
over the Hungarian bloodbath,
and meetings and debates have
been going on for six days on a
proposed resolution of sympa sympathy
thy sympathy for Hungary's Freedom
The political developments
could auger well for the Ameri American
can American military base at Keflavik.
Negotiations are currently un under
der under way to discontinue the base,
the sudden turn of events
.ruining sign on a cafo near within the cabinet itself,
the Fox studio:
uine nere tonight. The wife
you save may be your own.
Theres a choice.
No Shrimper Guns.
Says Mexican Navy
'We'll Do Mm'-
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 26 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The government said today that
no Mexican fishing boats in the
Gulf of Mexico will be armed, in
order to avoid incidents with li linked
nked linked States shrimpers who alleg
edly invade Mexican territorial
Navy ministry officials said
arming is opposed not only by the
Navy departmnet but by ship own
ers, members of fishing coopera
tives and all others connected with
the fishing industry.
"We believe,"! Navy officials
aid! "that a defiant stand to
wards the intruders would be used
as a pretext for international com complications,
plications, complications, such as the one creat created
ed created recently by the Texas shrimp shrimper
er shrimper "Pescador."
Capt. Tom Wilson, of Browns Brownsville,
ville, Brownsville, Tax., skipper of tho Pes Pes-eador,
eador, Pes-eador, was wounded by a rifle
bullet firod from tho Mexican
cutter G-28 when tho Pescador
was allegedly fishing in Moxicaa
territorial wators Nov. 12.
At. the t.ima nf thp incident an.
fry Tampico fishermen threaten threatened
ed threatened to arm their boats to drive A A-merican
merican A-merican "pirates" from Mexican
However, Navy undersecretary
Alfonso Poire Ruelas said, then
that the government would not al allow
low allow the fishermen to "take the
law into their own hands" because
that would bring "violence to Mex Mexican
ican Mexican waters."
Officials said today, shipowners
in Tampico, Veracruz and other
Gulf ports had urged the fisher fishermen
men fishermen not to take any arms of any
kind aboard their vessels "in or order
der order to avoid trouble with the pi pirates."
rates." pirates." Commanders of the Tampico,
Veracruz and Campeche Naval
tones advised the fishermen that
patrolling of the coast will be in increased
creased increased to chase away all foreign
hips fjshing in Mexican waters.
AUGUSTA, Me. (UP)- There
is little labor turnover at the Cen
tral Maine Power Co. The firm's
387 members of the Old Timers
Club met here with a total com
bined service record of 13,645
No Gas Rationing
-- Seen In Spain;
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Margaret OBrien and Irish
actor Keith McConnell are dating.
Ditto Michael, Wilding and Hotel
Sahara dancer Kathy Morton.
Not In the Script: June Havoc,
about a car she's Importing from
Europe: "It has six cylinders
kidney shaped gets endless
miles to the gallon and when not
being driven may be worn.
The Witnot: Dorothy Dandridgo
wont shopping for tailored suits
at a ritxy Beverley Hills shop be before
fore before leaving for tho "Island in
tho Sun" location. Tha rf.in.r
showed her an expensive number
. hJ wII I. f 1 .. ..
mu Auiiiiwo; r ran thi nur
Elvis Presley model ih.w
Dinah Shore, rertntlv vntA th.
best dressed woman in show busi business,
ness, business, is putting more oomph into
her wardrobe. In a tieup with
vogue patterns, she'll weW
gowns or the world, s top designers
on her TV show this season. .
Vic Mature is hankering to do the
story of Cain and Abel for hs own
independent film company. C. B
DeMille once had the idea, too
but couldn't lick the screen treatment.
H ton ruin your appetite, spoil your
whole day. But famous antacid Sal
Hepatica gives speedy relief this way:
Just take Vi teaspoon of sparkling,
antacid Sal Hepatica in a glass of
water, and feci how fast it relieves
your stomach upset.
' The mild taxation which may also
accompany, its alkaline action helps
relieve the constipation that often
goes with add indigestion.
So be wise get the economy-size
bottle of Sal Hepatica today! Havo
it on hand when indigestion strikes.
MADRID, Nov. 26 (UP) Fi Finance
nance Finance Minister Gomez de Llano
denied widespread rumors that
the government planned to ration
Commenting on last week's
three day siege of what the gov government
ernment government termed "panic buying"
and empty filling stations, de Lla Llano
no Llano said there is no "immediate"
shortage of gas in Spain.
He said if rationing had to be
ordered the government would
warn motorists "sufficiently in ad
vance so as to proauce tne mini
mum upheaval possible.
The long lines of cars waiting
for gas disappeared from the
PHONE OF THE FUTURE? A radically different one-piece
dial telephone was recently demonstrated by its maker, the
North Electric Company of Gallon, Ohio, to the Independent
Telephone Association's convention in Chicago. At top, Claire
Jensen shows how it is used. Bottom photo shows dial, built
into the base. It is a one-piece receiver-transmitter which
stands on its own 4H-by-37g-inch base which has a special
"standswitch" button. When user lifts phone from table the
button switches automatically to the "on" position.
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PANAMA: Ave. 14 Tivoli, Tel. 2-0975, Hotel El Panama, Tel. 3-1660 Ext. 130,
COLON: Front Street 10th, 10001, Tel. 779.
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Banco Nacional tie Panama is pleased to offer its clients and the community
in general, as from December 1st, 1956, the services of its new office on the
Exposition rounds facing Belisario Porras Plaza, which will include not only
the usual services so far offered by this institution, but the added attraction of
drive-in deposits at a special cage installed there for the purpose and also fa facility
cility facility for night deposits, which undoubtedly are of special interest to merchants
and industrialists. v 1
Fund For Victims
Of Chorritlo Fire
A fund for victims of the re recent
cent recent Chorrillo fire reached the
sum of $35.70 with the contribu contribution
tion contribution of $10 given by the United
Health and Burial Scheme of
Panama. Contributions are be being
ing being received at the Sugar Bowl,
Chorrillo, and by members of
the Civic Recognition Group of
Churches, clubs, lodges and'
kindred societies are being asked
to cooperate now, as distribu distribution
tion distribution to the fire victims will hp
made early in December. i
The Civic Recognition flrnun
of Panama has deputed the fol
lowing to make collection of
money, foodstuff and clothing;.
A:A. Blackett-Forde Suear Bnwl
Tel. 2-4615: Clifford Barter, P.O.
box 1224, Balbba, C.Z.; Roy Mc Mc-Grimson,
Grimson, Mc-Grimson, Rio Abajo; Maurice E.
uiue, Mueoieria Parjslen. Tel.
2-0397; Milton Myers, Rio Abaio;
Celestina Durant, Georse W.
Hinds, Lemuel E. Hinds, George
ana unaries Barnabas.
HILLSDALE, Mich. (UP) -Wilbur
Durvea was hnmo.hnnnH
after a visit with a neighboring
iaruier wnen ne noticed his mo
tor as misfiring;. He lifted the
hood hnd found a hen prmirhul
next to the steering post, hanging
on ior aear me. But tne real
source of the trnnhl uflc on aoif
'aid by the frightened fowl. It
naa cracked open and fried,
shorting two spaTk plugs.
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PRESIDENT'S NIECE PLIGHTS TROTH Father Gomez performs the Service at the wed wed-aing
aing wed-aing of Miss Marisol de la Guardia to Mr. Sa muel Zemurray, which took place at the Hotel
El Panama last night. The bride is the daughters Dr. Erasmo de la Guardia and Mrs. de
4a Guardia and the niece of the President of the Republic of Panama,
PRESIDENT'S NIECE, MARISOL DE LA GUARDIA MARRIES
SAMUEL Z. STONE, GRANDSON OF UNITED FRUIT CHIEF
Miss Marisol de la Guardia, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Erasmo de la Guardia and niece
' of President of the Republic of Panama Ernesto de la Guardia plighted her troth to Samuel
J Zemurray Stone at the Hotel El Panama last ni? lit.
Mr. Stone is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger T. Stone of New Orleans and the grand grand-!
! grand-! son of Samuel Zemurray Stone who headed the United Fruit Company for many years.
Miss de la Guardia was lovely
J a satin sheath gown which was
orn by the mother of the groom,
Mrs. Doris Z. Stone at her w e d d-Oing.
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The couple left to spend
honeymoon in Mexico.
Mrs Cecilia Remen
Mrs. Cecilia Remon, Panama's
Minister for Work, Social Services
ami Health entertained with a
luncheon at her home today in
honoi of visiting officials of the A
Box 134, Pc
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lne visitors are George Meany,
AFLOIO president, O.A. Knight
vice-president, David Dubinsky
president of the International La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Garment Workers Union and
Serallno Romualdi, Latin Ameri American
can American representatives of the AFL AFL-CIO.
CIO. AFL-CIO. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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Read the Panama
W ednesday 28 of Nor
and see our
VICTORY IN CAMOUFLAGE, DEFEAT IN FUTURE
RESULTS OF POLE-RUSSO MISSION CONFERENCE
BONN, Nov. M (UP) Po Poland's
land's Poland's "Titeite" party leader
Wladislaw Comulka returned
from his recent negotiations in
Moscow net with victory but
camouflaged defeat. West Otr Otr-m
m Otr-m an foreign office experts as asserted
serted asserted today.
They said a carefull analysis of
the results of the Polish Commu-1
nisi Party chief's mission to the
Soviet Union failed to support first
optimistic interpretations of the
Soviet Polish communique by
Bonn foreign office experts on
eastern affair- based their thesis
on the following:
1) Gomuika had to accept fur further
ther further stationing of Soviet troops
throughout his country. "Conces "Concessions"
sions" "Concessions" granted by Moscow were
) Soviet Russia's "guarantee"
of the- Oder-Neisse-border with
east Germany was wrapped into a
package deal with the validity of
the Soviet-Polish alliance.
3) Poiand had, in fact, to hon honor
or honor and support Moscow's inter intervention
vention intervention In Hungary.
The West German sources em emphasized
phasized emphasized that Gomuika failed to
straighten out the years-long Soviet-Polish
controversy, on the fa famous
mous famous Katyn mass murder of Pol Polish
ish Polish officers, first charged to the
Nazis and now generally believed
to have been committed by Red
army troops in 1939.
In addition, these eastern ex ex-perls
perls ex-perls stressed, the Poles brought
home only promises of food and
money, promises which may well
turn out to be hollow propaganda
As iar as the stationing of So
viet troops in Poland was concern concern-en,
en, concern-en, this analysis of the Soviet
Polish communique showed that
although the new Moscow arrange
ment technically supersedes the
Warsaw Pact provisions it con contained
tained contained almost the same principles
soviet troops will still be per permitted
mitted permitted to stay in Poland.
The only "new" feature of the
Moscow agreements seen by ex
perts here, was that Soviet forces
could now only be moved around
n Poland with the consent of the
Polish authorities a concession
which in the light of events in
Hungary also might turn out to be
just a promise.
Moscow s guarantee of Poland's
present western border along the
Oder-Ntisse line was tied to the
existence of the Soviet-Polish al alliance,
liance, alliance, described in the joint
Russo-Polish communique as the
mo.t important factor thus. So
viet support for this border might
be withdrawn any day Moscow
feels the alliance has broken up,
the sources said.
Gomuika also had to agree to
support the Soviet puppet regime
of Janos Kadar in Hungary, ac according
cording according to these e x pye r t s. The
Kremlin's alleged readiness to
honor ach nations sovereignty
and equality already declared on
Oct. 30 this year has shown, its
true worth in Hungary where Mos
cow intervened with armed force
on Nov. 4, the sources pointed
Reports from western embassies
in Warsaw reaching Bonn over the
Weekend 'also indicated that Go Go-mulka's
mulka's Go-mulka's position in Poland was
'not at all secure yet."
He was said to b under fire
from Stalinist members of the
Communist perry for his "Tito "Tito-ism,"
ism," "Tito-ism," disliked by non-Communist
groups in the country for
his Communism, and faced with
e ijbstantial lack of confidence
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GOVERNOR RECEIVES GIRL SCOUT CALENDAR FROM
FOURTH GENERATION ZONIAN To launch the 1957 Girl
Scout Calendar Sale In the Canal Zone, Twinkles Allen of
Brownie Troop 17 presents the traditional calendar to Got.
William E. Potter. Twinkles is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Allen of the 15th Naval District; her grandfather!,
Carl P. Hoffman was employed by the ICC as an accountant
in 1906 and her grandmother, Gertrude Bliss, came to the
Isthmus as a teacher in 1907 and married Hoffman in 1910.
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Steady, Boys, Steady
NEW YORK, Not. 26 (UP)-
A hiffh school in San Francisco
has quit printing "tally cards" for
school dances because xne same
hnv and elri dance together all
A 12-vear-old boy in Madison,
Wis, wants a ring or identlfica
tion bracelet for Christmas, in
case he Should need it Jo give tt
to a "steady" girl.
Piftv ner pent of the girls in
nnvr "go Steady sometime
during their four years in h i g h
A Boston high school has .tried
to impose a ban on going steady
herauae it "can lead to-sin. and
Atlanta has youths of 13 and 14
n attadv dates. Oklahoma City
reuorts it a big thing there
The United Press took a survey
pf a dozen cities acres? the nation
and found a definite trend among
American youth, barely ujthe
teens, to pair off and exclude all
Gone are the days of the stag
line at the dance. No longer does
a girl measure her social success
h th niimher of different boys
she can date. Now the trick is to
latxh nn to one lad.
One theme running through all
the reports was that going steady
is most orevalent In junior high
school among those in the sev seventh,
enth, seventh, eighth and ninth grades
and in the first year or two of
'hieh school.. After that it slacks
establish, diplomatic or trade rs
lations with Poland.
He reportedly ordered a "watt
and see" attitude because develop developments
ments developments in Poland were still "fluid.
off. and the teen-agers begin
"playing the field."
Another common denominator
was the feeling that going steady
is a result of feelings of insecur insecurity.
ity. insecurity. The explanation was that the
girls, particularly, want to be sure
of a date on Saturday nights and
at set social events.
Here are some of the observa observations:
tions: observations: San Francisco R. H. Lehman,
principal of Balboa High School,
blames it on laziness. "It's cheap cheaper
er cheaper both in dollars and energy for
a boy to go with the same girl
regularly because she is more
considerate of his pocketbook and
neither has to worry about mak making
ing making a date."
Miami -Miss Eugenia Howard,
dean of girls at Miami High, saya
going steady is prominent among
students in the eighth and ninth
grades, then decreases. "It gives
them a feeling of adulthood,'r she
Dallas -C. C. Miller, principal
of Sunset High, says many of
those who go steady seem to have
an understanding thst they will
Weak off when they go to college,
Boston School Supt. Dennis C,
Haley: "Steady dating often leads
to serious trouble, interferes with
good school work and robs teen teenagers
agers teenagers of the finer experiences of
Kansas City On place that re reported
ported reported a trend away from going
steady. A school official said the
problem was to get boys to ask
girls for dates at all.
Oklahoma City The terra
doesn't mean what it seems. One
girl went steady with II boys In
Atlanta Boys dance with the
same girl all evening and are
"burned up" If someone cuts in.
A few years back, if a girl danced
more than one dance with a par particular
ticular particular boy, she was "stuck."
BAINBRIDGE. N. Y -tTPU.
Nelson Lord, 18, sent his driver's
license to tne state commissioner
of motor vehicles following an ac accident.
cident. accident. "I'm through with driving.
I'm going into the Army- where
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jSociat and Otlt
don h nut J
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, IfM
Cap, and Mr. Darden
Back From Stetet
Capt. and Mrs. B. A. Darden are
back home in Ancon after a two two-month
month two-month vacation in the States
where they visited relatives and
friends in North Carolina, New
York and Harrisburg, Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania Capt. Darden is the Dis triet
Commander of the Balboa Police.
Mr. And Mrs. Robert Ridge
Announce Birth of Twins
Lr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ridge of
Balboa announce the birth of
twins, a boy and a girl, at Gorgas
Hospital this morning. The Ridges
have three other daughters.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Redding of
Washington, D. C. Paternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Ridge of Trenton, New Jersey.
Romanian Envoy Declared
Unwelcome By Argentine Govt.
BUENOS AIRES. Nov. 26 26-(UP)
(UP) 26-(UP) The Argentine govern govern-rnent
rnent govern-rnent today declared Romanian
Ambassador Anton Moisescu un unwelcome
welcome unwelcome and issued him his
nassports to return home.
PM&escu had only been Jn
this country since last Marco.
He was the central figure .in an
incident here a week ago last
Fridav when a Romanian fami fami-5
5 fami-5 broke from Communism in a
darirTescape from officials of
Se Romini?n embassy who se
id their baby to a vain attempt
to use him as a hostage.
The incident aroused wid
apread indignation among the
Argentines. Hundreds of them
gathered before the embassy and
Sheered as they saw the family s
successful bolt for freedom. As a
result of today's government ac action,
tion, action, it it Moisescu who wiu re return
turn return to Romania, instead of
George Coman and his lam"-
Coman, 31, a chauffeur at the
embassy, his aW1-01
and their two children were or ordered
dered ordered to return to Romania aft after
er after coman was convicted by a
kangaroo court of becoming "too
when the Comans were being
escorted from the embassy to
drive to the airport they began
to resist their return to ww
Coman, brandishing a pistol
he had taken from Moisescu's
desk, started to run with his
four-year-old son, Gig, toward a
Doliceman. He shouted to Mrs.
Coman to louow wim me oaoy,
Their struggle and shouts
brought more police and a
crowd, while police askea ques questions,
tions, questions, an official darted from the
embassy, grabbed the baby from
his mother's arms and ran back
Inside. The Romanians then
used the baby' as a lure to seize
Mrs. Coman and dragged her,
Minutes later she appeared on
a seeond story balcony, dangling
there until rescued with a step step-ladder.
ladder. step-ladder. The Coman family then
were taken to federal police
headquarters and Argentine
government officials granted
them political asylum after
hearing their story.
Toll Highways Dead!
May Sound lis Knell
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26 (UP)
The $33-billion highway bill pass passed
ed passed by Congress In June may sound
that death knell for toU highways,
according to the Federal Reserve
"The new biH mav well nut an
end to toll-road construction which
h alraadv lost a lot of steam be
fore the act was passed," the bank
aaid in its Business Review. "Un
der the new program, toll roads in
use and those already under con
struction may be integrated into
the interstate system, but Con Congress
gress Congress has not yet made up its
States are not likely to under'
take construction of new toll
roads, however, because they can
now get 90 per cent of the con construction
struction construction costs from the federal
Did He Use
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. Nov
26 (Ur) Thieves forced open
three rear doors of the Kingman
Museum, east a highly selective
eye ever the art treasured on ex
hibit and made off with four Phi
lippine swords, one antique shot
gun, a telescope in a leather case,
a dress draped over a display
mannequin and a desk stapler.
They left this message in one of
the office typewriters: "Thanks,
Each notice far inclusion in rail
should bo submitted in
tyee-wiilloa rami and moiled to one
or the box numbers listed daily ta
"Social aad Otherwise," or deliver
ed by hand ta rise office. Notice of
CMe be accepted by
Of St. Luka's
The Altar Guild of the Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon, will meet in
the Guild Room of the Cathedral
Tuesday evening, at 7:30. The Rt.
Rev. R. Heber Gooden, Bishop,
will speak on the work of the
Guild in the Missionary District of
The Canal Zone College Club
will meet at 3:30 p.m. Monday,
Dec. 3, at the JWB-USO, La Boca
Tea will be served by Mrs. R
C. Sergeant, assisted by Mmes. R.
W. Adams, B. J. Allen, Browder,
Bcrgis Canavaggio, Cavanagh,
Doyle, Eisenmann, Ewing, Girard,
Goulct, Herr, Rigby, Startain, W.
C. Smith, and Misses A y c o c k,
Brigham, Chaput, Elkins, Guenzi
The Book Review Group, with
Mrs. William B. Tucker, Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, will have charge of the pro program.
gram. program. Dr. Kenneth W. Vinton will
review his book 'The Jungle Whis Whispers."
pers." Whispers." Beard Meeting
The regular Board meeting of
the Balboa Woman's Club will be
held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the
Jewish Welfare Center.
Ati members are urged to at
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NEW YORK -(UP) Latest
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Battery operated lights, pneu
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A company, mindful of the
boom in bowling, sees no reason
why the sport has to be confined
to indoor alleys, and has come
out with a portable set' that can
be used along any long, level
The set includes bakelite poly polyethylene
ethylene polyethylene pins, a triangular pin pin-spotting
spotting pin-spotting sheet, a portable back backstop
stop backstop net and a hollow bowling
ball. The backstop also serves as
a carrying case for pins and ball.
Altogether the set weighs about
20 pounds and can be carried and
stored with ease. (Cosom Indus Industries,
tries, Industries, Inc., Minneapolis 16, Minn.)
The regular weekly meeting Of
the organizers of the Panama Con Consumers
sumers Consumers Cooperative will be held
in the reading room of the Pacific
Service Center at 7:30 tonight.
BUFFALO. N. Y (UP) -N-ne-year-old
Gordon Rowe Jr.
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when a lightning bolt struck
through the roof into his second
floor bedroom, caromed off three
walls and -ignited the pillow, blan
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freshly-poured sweet cider at his apple cider mill.
Denise's reaction to cidef is different than to milk.
THIS'UNTIIOODIISS In' southern California, several attempts have been
made this year to stage "bloodless" bullfights, but opposition to such mock af
fairs has prevented them. However, just 10 miles soum oi aan uiegu, m njuu,
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battle scene, it is the trial run of a new rocket engine being watched from a
bunker house at Schenectady, N. Y., plant. Engine will deliver a thrust of more
than 27 000 pounds when it launches the 11-ton, three-stage Vanguard rocket.
ON NEW PLATEAU Hollywood's identical twins,
Susan and Caryl Volkman, who recently appeared
on a TV quiz show, have reached a new plateau with
their screen careers in a movie about rock-and-roll.
,Aunv iTr f tho mMt snarkline tourist soots in th well-covertd
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big parade Part of the festival atmosphere is coniriDuiea xo uy ui -gaily-decorated
street cars. Tokyo, with more than eight million persons, is the
third largest city in the world. The event is being celebrated with fireworks, too..
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Automation And Aid Rome, 'Eternal City, Keeps
Constantly On The Move
To Job Leveling,
Is Thus Useful
CHICAGO, Nov. 26 (UP) M
automation does nothing ese but
help stabilize jobs, It willl have
served its purpose, an industrial
training expert says.
Arthur C. Studt, manager of ed education
ucation education and training for Hotpoint
Corp., expressed this view at a
conference on automation spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Armour Research Foun Foundation
dation Foundation of the Illinois Institute of
"Automation is America's hope
for continuing growth in the tu
ture," Studt said.
He said it will serve "mcreas
insrlv" as a general stabilizer of
"Automation programs require
lone-ranee, detailed planning of
capital investment," he said, "and
the pursuit of these plans, regard regardless
less regardless of temporary ups and downs
in annual sales."
As automation and mechaniza
tion are introduced into a com company's
pany's company's operations, fixed costs go
up, he pointed out.
With high investments in ma
chinerv, industry has one more
incentive to keep those machines
running as steadily as possible,"
"This provides a great stimulus
for better planning, more profes
sionai marketing, and all the other
techniques for maintaining steady
demand and employment.
Studied By Airmen;
Data For Spacelrip
NEW YORK, Nov. 26 (UP)
Space men are taking regular ex excursions
cursions excursions into six new steel test
chambers to find out man's abili ability
ty ability to withstand the rigors of out outer
er outer space on a trip to the moon.
Tests are going on daily reprod reprod-dueine
dueine reprod-dueine an exact replica of condi
tions fliers will find at the rim of
the ionosphere, 50 miles above the
earth, and on into the exosphere,
a zone of lone-lasting stillness.
Steelways, official publication of
American Iron and Steel Institute
says that when the key to a man's
behavior above and beyond the
sonic barrier has been unlocked,
a trip to the moon will be closer to
The recently installed test
chambers at the Air Research and
Development Command's Center
near Dayton, Ohio, are designed
to measure man's capacity to act
under hitherto immeasurable eon eon-lttons
lttons eon-lttons and lead to special train
ing aimed at bringing him back
to earth safe and sound.
It said that with the aid of the
ROME (UP) Rome, the
Eternal Citv. is also a city that
has ueen almost constartly on the
move these 2,000 years or more.
Throughout the centuries, in al
most every epoch, the residential.
social, political, artistic and re re-lieious
lieious re-lieious centers of the city have
shifted from one zone to another.
Today, as in the past, the cen:
ters are on the move.
The shifting and expansion of
the past 50 years have been par particularly
ticularly particularly marked within the limits
of the ancient walls ana Deyona
them into the surrounding countryside.
At the turn of the century, the
so-called "Humbertine" quarters
sDrane uo around the center in a
broad arch sweeping from the Ba
silica of San Giovanni northwards
over the site of the present cen
tral railroad station, the Esquiline
Hill and the Momentana and Sa
Suburban in 1900, these areas
now are central, and the greater
part of the population live here.
Then, in Ae, early decades of
the century, there was a change
int he concept of expansion and
urban planning. New buildings
were designed as part of many
"earden cities" such as those
now found in the Monte Sacro
auarter. near the Aniene river,
which runs into the Tiber norm oi
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ine tcny, ana ine
quarter 6n tfrC fflutrW
the Giamcuium mil,
Urban planning now uses this
principle rof "breathing space," in
corporating small villas with
parks and gardens and wide roads
between. So constructed were the
Aventine, Parioli (popular with
foreign residents) and other quar quarters
ters quarters of the city.
Now a new residential quarter
is growing up between the old cen center
ter center of Rome and the sea at Ostia,
around the monumental buildings
of the EUR (Universal Exhibition
of Rome) fairgrounds.
Construction was begun here by
Mussolini, who planned a great
international fair here until World
War II interrupted his grandiose
Now Russia, Romania
New Deal In Making!
MOSCOW, Nov. 6 (UP) A Ro Romanian
manian Romanian state delegation headed by
Premier Bhviu Stoica is expected
to arrive here tonight to negotiate
a new deal with the Soviet govern
ment, following the Soviet decla declaration
ration declaration of Oct. 3.
The Soviet declaration laid down
basic principles of relations of
Communist states such as equa equality,
lity, equality, sovereignty, mutual respect,
territorial integrity and non-interference
in internal affairs.
The .Polish and Hungarian e e-vents
vents e-vents will undoubtedly influence
the course of the talks.
If the Gomulka Khrushchev
talks which ended Sunday set a
precedent, the Romanians are ex expected
pected expected to get substantial political
and economic concessions from
The Romanians, like the Poles,
will probably revise their econo
mic program to deemphasize hea heavy
vy heavy industrialization and step up
consumer goods productions.
Men To Meet Friday
On St. Andrew's Day. Nov. JO, a
special meeting and repast for all
the men of the mission win oe
held at St. Christopher's Church,
Parque Lefevre beginning at 7:45
The committee in charge or ar arrangements
rangements arrangements is comprised of Eus Eustace
tace Eustace H. Clarke, Osmond V. Nu Nugent,
gent, Nugent, and Stanley L. Undo.
Those men who plan to attend
should contact a member of the
committee or the priest-in-charge
jACorr oh mum
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Writte.1 for NBA Service
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Tourists Are Happy
In Fleville Tours,
See Washington Bit
?AMf!Y France. Nov 28. (UP)
'iourist' are floc'nng to the his
tone unateau ae rievme near,
ere, one of the great chateaux of j
France, now onen 10 xne dudihj
fo- the first tima.
American visitors particularly
are intrigued by the lpioma
orantoH art ancptor of tbW)resent
owner by Gen. George Washington
for his aid in the American neve-
By descent the owners of tnt
Opening lead 7
CHICAGO (UP) A po'U'ca'
dinner 1 party was disrupted when
a woman newspaper reporter an announced
nounced announced she ha:l lost a coritac'
iens. A search was unsuccessful
and the guests returned to the'r
aopelirers. They were interrupted
by another shout from the female
reporter. She found the missing
lens in her caviar.
chateau, the oldest parti of which
date from the 12th ceatury, are
members of the American Society
of the Cincinnati.
Among other items of interes'
in tb castle is the bedroom 0'
Kirg Stanislas, ruler of Poland
in 1704 and sovereign or the Dueh
ies of Bar and Lorraine.
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FRENCH EGGHEADS NIX SOVIET
STAND, ACTION IN HUNGARY
PARIS, Nov. 28 (UP) The
name of Communist intellectual
and scientist Frederic Joliot Curie
today appeared in a signed decla declaration
ration declaration of the fellow travelling
World Peace Movement criticizing
Soviet action in Hungary.
Curie, president of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, apparently scrawled his
name to a party resolution re-
greting the tragic flow of blood
during Hungary's October days"
and calling for the withdrawal of
vipt r.rnnnc tmm Ifiinaamr arwl
s full exercise of Hungarian
Hit declaration left only artist
Pable Picasse unheard from in,
the fast thinning ranks of
France's Communist loaoino in-
onte VerteJ taUtcluala. ..
rn slopefWI TWywrifttt Pffiloiopher Jean
below h ui sartre was xh first to speak"
out in snarp terms, condemnine
Russia's use of force in Hungary
LOST AND FOUND
EAST PROVIDENCE, R. I.
(UP) Eric Levme was glanc
ing throught the lost-and-found
section of a newspaper to see if a
friend's dog had been found. He
came unon an advertisement tell
ing of a gold ring that had been
found. It was the ring his wife
had lost while the Levines were
digging for shellfish in 1923. The
finder also was digging for shel shel-fish
fish shel-fish when he came across the
new test chambers, which can
simulate altitudes higher than
ever before possible, 100,000 feet
or nearly 19 miles, researchers
are enable to probe more deeply
into and more mystifying sources
oi human failure.
and what he termed "11 years of
stupidity" that led to it.
Picasso has asked the party to
call a special congress to discuss
the Hungarian situation at well as
The World Peace Movement's
resolution was voted during a Nov.
18 meeting in Helsinki, a press re
lease signed by Curie here today
The communique said that fell felling
ing felling among the left wing group
was not unanimous as far as Httn-
g?ry was concerned. But it said
it3 expressions of sympathy for
Hungary and its troop withdrawal
resolutions were unanimously ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. The group alio -declare that
peace would Be in jeopardy is
ling as British, French and Israe Israeli
li Israeli troops remain on Egyptian territory.
P.ayers who like to finesse
-tid have a bad time with to today's
day's today's hand. They would draw
t.uut aud lose the diamond
finesse. A heart would be led
back, and they would wonder in
vaia which finesse to take for
either would fail. They would lost
trump, a diamond, and two
hearts, going down one trick.
Any reader who looks at this
hand c.'osely Will see that East's
qu;en of diamonds will drop if
South decides against a finesse.
Why should South make this decision.'
Let's go through the first few
tricks. Sou'h wins the first trick
with the ten of spades and returns
the king of spades. West takes
the ace of trumps and leads his
last trump, which South wins with
Now South must develop the
diamonds. If he 1 o s e s a finesse
a heart will coma back. An
then, as we have seen, South is
in danger of losing his contract.
if South plays the top diamonds
and gives up a diamond, he is
not afraid of losing a trick
to West. A heart return by West
is i.ot dangerous. If the third dia
mond can be won by East, there
is still danger, but in this case
the finesse was going to lose and
there was nothing for South to do
The big advantage of this plan
comes when the queen of dia diamonds
monds diamonds happens to drop. Then
South doesn't have to give np a
diamond trick, and he wins 12
tricks instead of nine!
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Fifth Panama Marlin Club Tourney Big Success
Service Personnel To Get
17 Trophies, 3 Plaques
The Panama Marlin Club's fifth tour tournament
nament tournament was the most successful one ever held by the
club There were 133 entries in this tournament, li
of which were civilian personnel and 61 armed serv service
ice service personnel. The service personnel were also being
sponsored for an inter-service J" JJ
same time and will receive 17 trophies and three
boat plaques for their etiprts.
The weather during the period
of the tournament was not too
bad for, although there were
three or four rough days, there
was very little rain to contend
wtlh There were more marim
caught this year than ever be before
fore before in a tournament, 17 in au
and a large number raised and
lost. However, the marlin all ran
small this year but the sallfish
A Ef'the winners and boat
they were fishing from follows.
1st prize marlin, Harry Wilder,
413 lb, Seri.
2nd prize marlin, Harold E.
Rodgers, 403 lb, Nautilus
3rd prize marlin, Paul Zim Zimmerman,
merman, Zimmerman, 350 lb, Caiman U.
(5th prize marlin (tie). Pul
C. Davis, 278 lb, Viking.
(6th prize marlin (tie), Hiiien
J. Simon, 278 lb, Q-95.
7th prize marlin, R. L. Hughes,
a58th prize marlin, Jackson
Campbell, 230 lb, p-6-805.
1st prize sallfish, J. M. Slover,
159 lb, Who Cares.
2nd prize sailflsh, Darrel L.
Townsend, 147 lb, J-3753.
3rd prize sallfish, Vernon D.
Adams, 143 lb, P-6-805.
4th prize sallfish, Charles Mc Mc-Gowan,
Gowan, Mc-Gowan, 140 lb, Seri.
5th prize sallfish, Howard
Clarke, 138 lb. Caiman II.
1st prize aoipnm, w
Hoelzle, 50 lb, Flying Scot
(2nd prize dolphin (Tie), Paul
C. Davis, 41 lb, Viking.
(3rd prize dolphin (Tie), Dar Darrel
rel Darrel L. Townsend, 41 lb, J-3758.
is; other specie, Chubby
Wright, amberjaek, 58 lb, Nauti Nautilus.
lus. Nautilus. ...
2nd other specie, Harry Wild Wilder,
er, Wilder, tuna, 44 lb, Seri.
3rd other specie, H. M. Post,
amberjaek, 38.5 lb, Q-95.
Largest fish on 9-thread, C. JR.
Qfflbck, sailflsh, 135 lb, Who
Largest fish on 6-thread,
Chubby Wright, sallfish, 114 lb,
'nnrornnr'u t.rnDhV for largest
marlin, Harry Wilder, black mar
llh, 413 lb, Sen.
prizes donated by Esso Co. for
1st prize, Reglna Schmidt,
HficVi 1M lh Nautilus.
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iina prize, iuuuujr wft..v,
sailflsh, 114 lb, Nautilus.
3rd prize, Till McConaghy,
allfish 99 lb, Viking.
Prize donated by Virginia
Spencer for woman catching the
krgest marlin or largest other
fish, Regina Schmidt, sallfish,
133 lb, Nautilus.
Trophy donated by American
Legion for boat catching most
marlin: John J. McConaghy, 4
The winners of the interserv interserv-fee
fee interserv-fee tournament follow:
1st prize marlin, Hillen J. Si Simon,
mon, Simon, 278 lb, Q-95.
2nd prize marlin, R. L. Hughes,
158 lb, Q-56.
3rd prize marun, oDran Bauer,
J53 lb, J-3790.
4ih prize marlin, Jackson
Campbell, 230 lb, P-..-805.
5th prize marlin, Nicholas
proback, 223 lb, Q-95.
6th prize marlin, R. D. Cous Cousins,
ins, Cousins, 216V2 lb, Q-56.
STlst prize sailflsh, Vernon T.
Boyer, 150 lb, J-3763.
2nd prize sailflsh, Barrel L.
Townsend, 147 lb, J-3753.
3rd prize sailflsh, Joseph Kell Kell-lkoa,
lkoa, Kell-lkoa, 143 lb, (tie), J-3790.
4th prize sallfish, Vernon Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, 143 lb, (tie), P-6-805.
f let prize dolphin, Darrel L.
Townsend, 41 lb, J-3758.,
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2nd prize dolphin, Thomas j.
Bryant, 30 lb, J-3778.
1st prize amber jack, Clyde
Layfield, 42 lb, J-3790.
1st other specie, H. M. Post,
amberjaek, 38lb, Q-95.
2nd other specie, H. A. Halii Halii-well,
well, Halii-well, dolphin 28 lb, Q-56.
Hard luck prize, Col. Leslie C C-Wood.
Wood. C-Wood. Most outstanding catch, Hll Hll-simon.
simon. Hll-simon. largest marlin,
278 lb, Q-95.
Boat plaque ior largest mar marlin.
lin. marlin. Q-95, Hillen J. Simon, 278 lb.
Boat plaque for largest saii saii-fish,
fish, saii-fish, J-3763, Vernon T. Boyer,
150 lb- lu.
Boat plaque for largest other
soecie. J-3790. Clyde Layfield,1
amberjaek, 42 lb.
As you will notice service per personnel
sonnel personnel did all right, they won In
the inter service tournament and
also In the Marlin Club tourna
ment. There were about ten oi
the service boats entered in tne
tournaments and they changed
rfiirlna ths neriod so more
of ithe service men had an op
portunity to enter ana tney
came in with flying colors.
Th tournament hanauet. at
which trophies will be awarded,
will be held Dec. 14 at me a a-merican
merican a-merican Legion club.
ST. LOUIS. NOV. 25 (UP)
Thr.. fvocVimfn with the St.
Louis cardinals last spring made
the 1956 ROOKie AH-tar wwn,
the Sporting News announced
today. But one of the players
made his mark with the New
The National League domi dominated
nated dominated the team with the 248
memben of the Baseball Writ Writ-era
era Writ-era Association choosing seven
players from the senor cir circuit
cuit circuit and four from the Amer American
ican American League.
vnnnorsters from the Cardi
nals' crop of fine rookies picked
for the team are second base baseman
man baseman nnn Rlaslncame. raitcher
Hal Smith and outfielder Jackie
Brandt. However, Brandt was
traded to the Giants in mid-season.
Also named to the rookie
team were BUI WhUte, Giants,
first base; Charley Neal, Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodders, third base: Louis
Apariclo, Chicago White Sox,
shortstop; Lou Sklzas, Kansas
City Athletics, and Frank Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Cincinnati Reds, out outfielders,
fielders, outfielders, and Dave Slsler, Boston
Red Sox; Taylor Phillips, Mil
waukee Braves, and Waliy Bur-
nette, Athletics, pitchers.
The Cards have dominated
the rookie market for the past
four years according to the
poll. In that time, St. Louis
has had 10 players chosen on
Th RnnrUno- News national
baseball weekly, also pointed out
that is of the nlavers on the
pennant-wl n n f n e New York
Yankees and Dodgers teams this
vear had been named to the
Rnnltl All-Atom since 1047.
The "most promising" tag this
year was nung on Hooinson
Contor Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Tues. "Force of Arms"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:00
Tues. "Guilty of Treason"
'THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY'
Tuesday "THE COME ON"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:05
"Girl lii The Red Velvet Swine'
"BENNY GOODMAN STORY"
T V O L I
Spanish Program 1
NO ME OLVD3ES
with Maria Victoria
Edward G. Robinson and
Kevin McCarthy In
with Bela Lugosl and
Lon Chaney Jr.
Cobos Stars In
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Shortstop Frank Austin's
Blues and third baseman Clyde
Parris' Reds played to a 3-3
rain-abbreviated tie yesterday
afternoon ait the Olympic Sta
dium in anotner intra squaa
game of the champion Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield Smokers.
The contest was called off aft after
er after only one and one-half in innings
nings innings of play after the third
heavy shower of the afternoon
fell at the stadium.
The Austins took a 3-0 lead
in the top of the in'tial frame
when catcher Marcos Cobos
blasted a long inside-the-park
homer with two mates aboard.
The Parris tied it up in their
half of the same inning on sin singles
gles singles by centerfielder Hal Grote,
left fielder Bobby Prescott and
right fielder Copa" Castillo.
In the unner half of the sec
ond frame, second baseman Jim
welsh, a rookie wno is wonting
out with the team, led off with a
roundtrlpper over Grote's head
in center field.
Austin's single brought home
rookie first haseman Rodman
Nunez, who had doubled, from
second before the side was re retired.
tired. retired. These two tallies were wiped
out with the heavy downpour
that made the Parris unable
to go to bat in the bottom of
UmDlre Leonard (Yaca) Rob
erts. who will be on the staff
this season, called the plays
from a position behind the
A large crowd saw the Smok
ers in action. Right hander
Humberto Robinson, did a lot of
running and limbering-up exer exercises
cises exercises and manaerer Andv Cohen
said Robby would he one of his
miners in tne next squaa game.
Cohen said in the dressing
room after the nrar.tice. "The
rain was agin us again, but we
put m a good hour's work
which was better than nothing."
Along The Fairways
GOLFING NEWS FROM
Attention members Amador
Women's Golf Association. There
Will be a turkey shoot on Thurs
day momlntr Dec. 8 to be follow
ed bv a luncheon given by the
organization at the Fort Ama
dor Officers Open Mess.
The ririzes for the Amador
chamnlonshin tournament and
the recent Ringer tournament
will be awarded. Also there will
be election of officers for the
coming term so everyone, please
try to come. There will be a
sheet on the bulletin board to
sign for your reservation.
The turkey shoot will be run
with handicap with 4 tur turkeys
keys turkeys to be given first, second
and third low net and low gross.
There will be additional prizes
so that everyone corning out will
be able to take, home something.
If you find it impossible to get
out for coif in the morning, at
least come out for the luncheon
Youneest of those named, who
hit 38 home runs and batted
.290. Robinson is 21 years old
while the average age of the
team is 23 years.
HELL ON FRISCO
with Alan Ladd
The Animal World
LEGMEN Russian 400-meter stars play follow the leader over hurdles in Melbourne.
They are, left to right, Wulter Oberste, Jurgen Kuhl and Molnfred Porschke. The Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games run through Dec. 6. No chance for Reds here, but they're strong elsewhere.
Gil Mor land Shoots Second
Hole-In-One In One Month
NAMED MOST VALUABLE PLAYEK Brooklyn Dodger pitch pitcher
er pitcher Don Newcombe, mixing a drink in his new bar and liquor
store in Newark, N.J., flashes a smile after being informed
that he has been voted the National League's Most Valuable
Player for 1958.
By Victor Gray
The talk of the town. . Ches
terfield's new manager, Andy Co
hen. He was presented to the local
press at owner carios r,iens
swank residence last weanesaay
night, and many were the ques questions
tions questions posed to the seasoned man
ager who will pilot the champs.
One of the "quotes" that inter interested
ested interested us very much was, "I as
the manager will not be doing the
pitching, netither will be doing the
hitting. All I will I be doing is id id-reeling
reeling id-reeling things to the best of my
He also thrilled his audience
with tales three or four years
ago, back when quite a few of our
local greats were under his orders,
making special mention of Alberto
(Mamavila) Osorio and Bobby
Prescott as two of the finest pros
pects eyer to be under his man
He further stated that with the
necessary hustle and proper appli
cation of baseball sense on tne
diamond his team will be able to
do great things.
Elias Osorio was the leading hit hitter
ter hitter of the Chesterfield team last
season with a percentage of .298.
Runner-up to the lad from Chitre
was Pablo "Manito" Bernard with
.294. Smoker batters hit into 33
twin-killings while the club manu manufactured
factured manufactured onlv 26. Where the Smok
ers won the pennant, we believe, is
in the fact that in their 37 con con-tests
tests con-tests they left a total of only 244
runners tranded on the base-paths
for an average of 6.6 runners per
When you consider the total bat batting
ting batting average of the Chesterfield
club for the season. .256, it can be
noted that most of the hits came
Dig That Uranium
at a time when needed. In a 11.
the Smokers made 312 basehits
good for 512 bases. They scored
182 runs, 18 less than second place
Spur Cola, which came up with
2oo. They led the league in home
runs, 35, three more than the so so-damen,
damen, so-damen, despite the fact that the
league's leading home run hitter
Hector Lopez (13) plays for them.
Enemy pitchers fanned a total of
142 Smokers, while 131 received
Annie Oakleys. On the basepaths,
Chesterfield runners were rather
slow, stealing a total of 10 cush
Second place Spur Cola showed
local fans how the Boston Red
Sox lost the American League
pennant in 1949. Four Spur regu regulars
lars regulars batted well over .300. Glenn
with .338, Lopez 317, Keilman, .315
and Moore, .312. They topped this
off with the grand total ot 370 men
left on base, which in 37 games
represents an average of 10 per
Spur Cola pitchers Went the
route 14 times in 37 outings and
collectively compiled a 3.26 earned
run average. They gave up a total
of 318 hits good for 148 runs, 14
of tntm earned. Of the three shut shutouts
outs shutouts pitched in the league, all a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Chesterfield they were re responsible
sponsible responsible for two of them, while
enemy batters whiffed the breeze
153 times against their offerings,
tney allowed a total of 132 bases
Chesterfield's pitching was
reached for 333 hits, good tor 176
runs, u ot mem earned lor an
E.R.A. of 3.92. In the control de department
partment department Smoker moundsmen,
were rather stingy with their pass
es as they gave up a mere 94 but
they led the league in hit-batsmen
wtn n total of 14. They also led
the league in strike outs with 187.
"Thin Man" Humberto Robinson
accounted for 71 of these whiffs,
and his total was high for the
league. He also was the leader in
complete games pitches, five in
12 starts. His E.R.A. of 2.67 was
also tops. He will be around again
this year, much to the dismay of
the "alcoholics": the Beermsn and
Of interest is the fact that there
will be a greater number of south southpaw
paw southpaw pitchers in this year's league.
Last year, only two portsiders did
duty, Clarke of the Sodamen and
Grimsley of the Smokers. Neither
of the two will be around this sea season,
son, season, hut the Smokers win be sport-
Gil Morland made' local
golf history Saturday after after-nooin
nooin after-nooin at the Brazos Brook
Country Club when he shot
his second hole-in-one with within
in within a month of making his
first in a lifetime.
Playing w'th Fred Meisin Meisin-ger,
ger, Meisin-ger, Herbert Toledano, Capt.
Peter Duncan and Dr. Vern
Prier, Morland shot his ace
at the 170 yard seventh hole.
His first hole-in-one was
accomplished at the 160
yard 17th "note. On both oc occasions
casions occasions be used a four Iron
and a Penfold golf ball.
The Stud Buena Fe'a front
running Gonetino led all the
way yesterday and barely lasted
to beat Eric by a head in the
featured $1,000 six furlong "Spe "Special"
cial" "Special" at the president Remon
Eric, second throughout, was
gaining fast at the finish but
couldn't quite make it. The time
was an excellent 1:11 3-5 over
the wet track. Gonetino return returned
ed returned $6 and $4. Melendez, Town's
Wall and Alhalar also ran.
Steadily improving Braullo
Baeza rode Gonetino. The day's
riding star, however, was Ruben
Vasauez. Tne apparently re
formed "bad bov" pushed four
winners over the finish line in
six attempts. He won aboard
Soft Note, coral. Royal Stream
and Chivllingo, finished second
with Black Bee and out of the
money with the fractious Kala Kala-lu.
lu. Kala-lu. Royal Stream returned 16 per
win ducat the day's best win
1 Soft Note $6, $3.80.
2 Morenote $4.60.
1 Portal $4.40, $2.60.
First Double: $14.60
1 Pangola $4.60, $3.
2 Chito $3.80.
1 Monaco $2.80, $2.20.
2 So Gallito $5.
1 Dixiprincess $5, $2.60.
2 Devon Ma'den $3.20.
1 Coral $5.40, $3.40.
2 Money Maker $2.80.
1 Royal Stream $16, $8.60
8 Nogalmo $3.60.
Second Double: $41.20
1 Toxic $3, $2.40.
2 Fllon $3.
1 Chivllingo $6.40, $4.
2 Dawn Song $5.80.
1 Gonetino $6, $4.
2 Eric $3.80.
ing Tom Flannagan, White Sox
farmhand: the Brewers, Brunnet
and Franklyn, while the Rummies
wi have that old Isthmian favor
fte Pete Nicolis.
Also increased will be the num
ber of left-handed hitters. The
Smokers may be able to sport a
pair, Osorio and Nunez, the Brew
ers also can come up with two,
Therne and Pinkston while the
Rummies will possibly produce a
Kropf and Mayling.
jjj'-- ,i nnnnnl
Fastlich Teenage League
Assigns 101 New Players
Assignment of all players who
participated in the recent try-
outs ior tne Fastlich Teenage
League were made by league of officials
ficials officials at the conclusion of the
second tryout Saturday.
Players may contact their
managers or coaches or report to
the Fastlich League diamond on
the days listed below. One hun hundred
dred hundred and one players took part
In the (two tryouts held and all
the players were assigned to one
of the six teams in the league.
Spring training will begin next
week for the rookies and last
year's returnees. The rosters of
the teams, managers and coach coaches
es coaches as well as practice days are
Ocelots: Manager Chas. Hinz
and Coach George Tarfllnger.
payers Boyette, J. Morris, Am
w "u .V,"1""1".'
w. Engelke, McNall, Womble,
Keynoias, jim price, cnas. Mc Mc-Fadden,
Fadden, Mc-Fadden, Worden French, Dallas
Manning, Robert Ledbetter, Leo
uenunger, Frank Rybicki. Ken
MacKenzle, Mike Quiros, Roy
Bettis, Leroy Vaughn, Gary An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Mike Dubbs, Frank Ase Ase-ron,
ron, Ase-ron, Arthur Altlzer, and Harry
Elliott. Practice: Wednesdays at
the Fastlich League park.
Conejos: Manager Mickey
Kiernan, Telephone Bal, 4275,
Coaches Jack Dombrowsky and
Rogelio Diaz. Players McNabb, J.
Hern, Chassin, Stewart, Crook,
Scott, Parker, c. Bradshaw, Mike
NEW YORK, (NEA) Jimmy
Bronson and Joe Woodman have
been arouad strange circumstanc circumstances
es circumstances in their days, but nobody ever
accused them of not making mon money.
ey. money. Bow-Tie Bronson worked with
Gene Tunney and handled enough
r .vL. i ,, .
ugiiiers 10 De in tne cnips during
hie km- J.n i; 1
...a wtj uojr. Tvuuuuiau managed
aam jLangiora, wno made a cou
pie of fortunes, and Ike Williams.
Botn now are associated with
Gene Fullmer, who will take a
record Tow of 12V4 per cent for
his middleweight title try against
Ray Robinson at Madison Square
uaraen, Dec. 12.
CICERO, 111. (NEA) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight championship matches are
put on for money and nobody is
any more dollar-conscious than
one associated with one of the
So a release sent out from Floyd: Floyd:-Patterson's
Patterson's Floyd:-Patterson's camp at Sportsman's I
Park, which is a race track, notes I
that "Hoyd has covered the en
tire television blackout area for
Patterson has put in 200 miles
of roadwork for his bout with Ar
chie Moore at the Chicago Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, Nov. 30. His press agent
figures that this would enable him
to rur to Milwaukee, then jog to
Potential cash customers not
living room free loaders reside
in these area, the tub thumper
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9 THE WORLDS
m W I
Klipper, Jack Lubera, Boh Bran
don, Gary Hutchison. Jeff Hara.
Ed Bleakley, Taylor Hunter,
Brink Miller, Dick Hern, Frank
Gonzalez, Mike Williams, Roger
Williams, Paul Beeby, Mike Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, Pat Thomas and Bart Mallo Mallo-ry.
ry. Mallo-ry. practice on Tuesdays at the
Fastlich League park.
Palomas: Mgr. Molses de la
Pena, Telephone Bal. 3170;
Coaches Art Cotton and John
Hern, players L. Corrigan, San Sander,
der, Sander, Rathgaber, pajak, Garcia,
uaiaweii, Alien, E. oDJan, Kline,
Ralph Glazer, Bob Adams, Dick
Snyder, William Browder, Bob
Hatting, Roland Dahlhoff, Wil William
liam William Miller, Fred Huddleston,
Salvador Gerardi, John Deming,
Doug. Bergere, Vic Putaturo, Bill
Wilkinson, Randy Colclasure
at Ftlich League park.
Pumas: Mgr. Harry pearl: Tel.
Balboa 1868; Coaches Ed Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon and Dick Poster. Players
Scott, Pearl, Maruarqd, Schwar Schwar-zrock,
zrock, Schwar-zrock, Cunningham, Klamco,
Steiner, Roe, Chas. Rowan, Jas.
flames, George Camby, Asa
Barley, John Bateman, Ken A
mato, Bob Dilfer, Bob Schultz,
Guy Lord, Billy Scandretat, jas.
Bassett, Leonard Wilson, Dick
McNati, Dennis Baus, Gordon
Prunty, and John Finlason.
Practice: Thursday at Fastlich
Macaws: Manager Pete Corri
gan, Tel. Balboa 3560; Coach Jim,
DesLondes. Players Rager, E.
Corrigan, McGowin, Amato,
Pearson, Watts, DesLondes, jack
DeVore, Joel Thompson. Walter
Stielau, Fred chaise, Archie car-
roll, Gordon Boswell. Ed Idol.
Luis Oakley, James Potter, Luis
Lombana, Robert Corrigan, Cecil
High, Joe Lawler, Dave Jenkins,
Bud ostrlke. Practice on Mon
day at the Fastlich Leaeue
Pericos: Manager BUI Bleak Bleak-ley,
ley, Bleak-ley, Tel. Balboa 3470. Coach Fred
Raybourne. players Francis Bag Bag-gott,
gott, Bag-gott, Chas. Gross, Frank Bright,
Walter Brown, Gary Ness,
Thomas Bright. Marvin Metthe
ny, Danny Hatcher, Butch Vines,
Doug Fulop Richie. Reynold,
Paul Reynold, Ralph Edmond Edmond-son,
son, Edmond-son, Ed Eddleman, Joseph Con Con-klln,
klln, Con-klln, Chlco Martin, Grady Hes Hester,
ter, Hester, Don Mallahan, Russ Weade,
Fred Snyder, John Marcum,
James Ward and John Hall.
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Title Gets Once-Over lightly; Patterson Hits Goal Easy Way
By HARRY GRAYSON
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LLY tOD FICHTERBewhttkered Arch.e Moore's idea
U rirViSi 7k ',n "y Gymnasium in Chicago
w tickling the ivories for fight writers. The veteran lieht li
heavyweight leader squares off with Floyd Patkrso for the f
heavyweight chammonship at the Chicago Stadiu or !nv. 301
ever took an easier road to a hea-
vvvt ejgui cuampiunsmp m a c C D.
than Floyd Patterson.
No one accused Al Weill of hand handling
ling handling Rocky Marciano badly, but
Coiistsntlne D'Amato is awarded
an eat ly decision over The V e a t
on tne strength of getting young
rauiTson 10 me goal wiinow nav
done much of anything al all.
Patterson beat just one fighter
of any account, to qualify for the
cracK at tne crown and ancient
Archie Moore at the Chicago Sta Sta-divm,
divm, Sta-divm, Nov. 30. He was awarded a
highly debatable and divided 12 12-round
round 12-round decision over Hurricane
Tommy Jacicson in a joust after
which tne most important and re
spected, votethat of Referee Har Harry
ry Harry Kessler went to his crazyqtiilt
And this department agreed
with the competent third map in
the ring on the ground that Jack Jackson.
son. Jackson. WhO couldn't iHont VnrA
Flick s old gray Landis hat with
ms sunaay puncn Jugged the
irounie every step or the way.
Patterson hat not hnvpH Knh
Baker, Nino Valdes, Bob Satter Satter-field,
field, Satter-field, Eddie Machen, Johnny Hol-
Lman. Johnnv Summcjrlin nr anv nf
the other big fellows you would
expect, a cnauenger to nave whipped.
The extent of Paitersnn'e ca
rter, once past the Gordon Wal
lace tal Brad Dave Whitltwk
stage, consists of dropping an
Although losing two games to
the Pepsi-Cola team Tasco Bat Batteries
teries Batteries managed to increase their
lead to two games over the Tiv Tiv-oll
oll Tiv-oll Motors as Tivoli was Rosins
nil three games to the tasi
cLbing Alias Club. The Athts
Club has now won 10 out of their
last 12 games to climb from sev seventh
enth seventh place to third place just
three games behind the leaders.
And with Colonial insurance
making a practice to knock
off the top teams the league is
beginning to shape up Into an
eigWl teanv battle,, for the top
Wednesday night showed but
one 600 series and that was a 616
by that "corn-fed" boy from Io Iowa,
wa, Iowa, Bud Balcer. The closest
competitors were Bob Boyer with
588 and Ted Albrltton with 581.
in the high game category it
was Bob Boyer with 214 and 215
followed by Frank Melnlck and
Earl Best with 212. For the la ladies
dies ladies it was Betty Coleman all
the way wKh a 192 game and a
series of 498. Only one pin be behind
hind behind Was Thelina Lowande with
497. Runner-up honors for high
game went to Marion Bowen
with 182 and Thelma Camby
with 180. and also a 488 series,
fepsi-iola Z, Tasco Batteries 1
Pensl hit their high game, of
the season to win the rubber
game from Tasco as Bob Boyer
and Frank Melnlck rolled 214
and 212. Wilma Riley had her
highest series of. the season
(404) to, go along with Bob ana
Frank's 5 and 550. For Tasco
besides Bud with his 616 it was
mostly Thelma Lowande with
cames of 164-173-160 that help helped
ed helped salvage the lone point. The
rest of the team had one ot
their few bad nights.
Atlas Club 3, Tivoli Motors 0
tr..l. TaH KhflUnn with f
1181 series continued to lead trr
Atlas Club in their battle to the
top. Ted has averaged 194 the
last 12 games as they climbed
from here on. For the Tivoli
Motormen Reggie Schmidt with
476 and a 174 game led the pa parade.
rade. parade. The rest of them should
have stood In bed.
Seyomur Agencies 2, APA 1
SeyniQuriAgencies got back in
to the thick of the battle with
a two out of three win over APA
as chuck McGarvey arid Thelma
Camby were the big guns. Chuck
had a 211 game and a 562 series
while neither of the other men
hit 500. Thelma finally found
her spat again after three weeks
of medfocrfc bowling with a 180
game and 488 series. Marge
Hicks helped out with a 160 and
459. For APA it was once again
Earl Best with 570 and 212, fol followed
lowed followed by Bob Easter with 518.
Marian Bowen had her best se series
ries series of the season a 395.
Colonial Insurance I, Braniff
Al Minor led the Colonial team
with a 562 series while the rest
of the team rolled below their
averages, bnt they were just
good enough as Braniff failed to
have anyone roll a 500 series.
Bdtty Coleman had high game
and high series for the team
with 192 and 498.
Standings at the end of the
Tasco Batteries .,
Tivoli Motors .. 20
Atlas Club 19
UP IN WORLD Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson is as high on his chances
against Archie Moore in Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Nov. 30, as he is while 'skip 'skipping
ping 'skipping rope.
Hm Hb Hk
a a Ha i
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eight -round decision to a fading
Joey iMaxim. two thumoirun ot
Jimrny Slade and what the Inter
nationa! Boxing Club obviously
considers the big one with Jackson.
To this startled observer, who
finds the 21-year-old Patterson ac
cepted in many corners as an au
thentic champion-to-be, the situa
tion smacks of the best carry man managing
aging managing job boxing has seen.
When Marciano retired, the
white thatched, crew cut Cus
D'Amato looked over the heavy heavyweights
weights heavyweights around and blithely an
nounced that his tiger was quali qualified
fied qualified to hold the title.
Not one voice was raised against
the New York 14th Street gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium proprietor. This despite the
fact that only several months pre previous
vious previous to his proclamation, he in
sisted that Patterson was too
young and inexperienced to be
sent, against the outsized brutes.
TO slop one of baseball's h i g
strxs from marriage, his club pre-!
pared a dossier on his intended
. . and filled it with enough ma-
terir.l to perk up any scandal mag
azine ... He married her any anyhow,
how, anyhow, .
CBS is mulling a big monev'
prire say 50 G's for spectacular
sports achievement ...like a
golf ire grand slam. .
here s how to treat a coach 1
Yale offered Jordan Olivar an ex
ntinn on his nrocont (.nntroct
not. aner wnipping rnnceion or
such, but after the Colgate game,
the Bulldogs' only loss of the year.
. . Postscript: he's not even sure
he wants it because of his flour
ishing California insurance busi business
ness business ... or could it be because
the Southern Cal job's opening
Ivy League material: no less
than five of Yale's grldders are
interested in the possibilities of
pro football ... with end Paul
Lopat and guard Mike Owesei Owesei-chik
chik Owesei-chik the best possibilities. .
II lint kun Prnfpssnr TVAmalo's
Maim that Ortnnns Tne.. would
not give his battler employment.
A 1 .1 1 1 S A. l
uus conienoea ne naa to mane
Patterson without thf nrnmoter's
heln. If that is correct. Patterson
and D'Amato survived an intoler
But the reasons for the fight fighter'!!
er'!! fighter'!! record don't obliterate the
mainr fact. Patterson is rated ti
tle timber through the medium or
one maior fieht in his young life
.-and th .t against a punchless
Floyd Patterson may come up
with a blazing showing, of course,
knock the venerable Archie Moore
seriously dead and vindicate his
being rushed along. But that is in
The issue at the moment IS that
they are giving the one-awesome
championship a cneap once-over.
Today Encanto .3,5 .20
"THE BEAST WITH 1,000,000
-PAST AND FimiOTJS"
Today IDEAL .10 .10
Vittorio Gassman in
"CRY OF THE HUNTER"
Sally Forrest in
Lopata's the kid who made con
tad with an Army end on the o-
penmg kickoff of their -came last
year. . whacked him a resound-!
ing clip on the jaw . .helped the
shaky Kaydet to his feet and
grunted: "I go to Yale ... .my
name's Peter Stuyvsant Lopata
. . but I'm a hard-nosed Polack
just like you." . This set the
stage tor the reversal of the 48-7
drubbing inflicted by Army the
previous season. .
Funniest fall reading: Bui Wil
1.!...,.'. 1,, !)!.. ) C..
aiumni explaining how his boys
overcame disastrous mistakes
while the opposition fought cour courageously
ageously courageously ... the Sooner won a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, 46-0.
In J936, when Floyd Patterson
was one year oW, Archie Moore
lost in the Golden Gloves final to
one Courtland Schultz . who
wasn't heard from again until he
'turned up in the flicker memorial
izing the life of the Denghtui Del Delinquent,
inquent, Delinquent, Rocky Graziano . por portraying
traying portraying bitter adversary Tony
Zale. ... $
The Mormon Church has an in inters!,
ters!, inters!, in Gene Fullmer's struggle
to wrest the middleweight title
from Sugar. Ray Robinson. . the
Utah battler is a tlther. .
Football's noscguards were in invented
vented invented by Joe Prendergast, secret
tary of the National Recreation
Association, a Princeton great of
me iu s. . .as a wav of stav
ing In football . seems as a
oren school kid hp has his
flattened five different times, and
his mother said nix to football un unless
less unless he could stop it. .
Matchmaker Teddy Brenner's
haVlne a Hevil nf a limn finHina
fighters who're willling to fill his
Christmas ana New Year's Eve
boxing shows at New York's histo historic
ric historic St. Nicholas Arena.
KING SI7P Lono K
Back in the days when football
was simple: Greasy Neale was
telling how Clint Frank, Yale's all all-time
time all-time All-America tailback, was so
near-sighted he had trouble spot
ting his own line, let alone the
opposing forwards ... so as he
slanted off tackle he had his quar quarterback
terback quarterback hold up one finger to di direct
rect direct him inside, two fingers to go
Birdie Tebbetts' line: "If I had
Stengel's money, I wouldn't both bother
er bother finishing sentences, either." .
Between you'n'me, is there a
successful coach in the country
who isn't known for his "attention
to detail"? .
SAFETY MEASURE- Isaac Logatt Dulled awav to avoid a
right-hand punch thrown by Clarence (Duke) Harris of De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. But when the Cuban welterweight settled down to
business, he stopped Harris in the seventh round.
OF THE NATIONAL. LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA .'.
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1968, Sunday, November 25, 1956
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two serif "A" and "B" f-
Men's High Averages
Balcer, Tasco 204
Coffey, Tivoli 194
Best, APA 188
Colbert, Tasco 19Q
McGarvey, Seymour ... 188
Women's High Averages
Peters, Braniff 157
Camby, Seymour 156
Schmidt, Tivoli 153
Hicks, Seymour ........ 151
Gunn, Tivoli 149
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9987 5 6,600 oo
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Ma. Frlia No. Prim
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AIM 1 33,0(1 HM 132.00
MM 1S2.M 1296 13200
MM 132.M 13M 112.00
04M 132.00 MM 132.00
ASM 132.M I 15M 132 OA
0SM 132 00 10SA 132.A0
7M 132.M 17M 132.M
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41M 132.M 519S 132.00 mm 132 00 7IM 132.00 dlflfi 132 M SIM 132.W
4200 132.0f 32M 132.00 S2M 132.M 72M 132.W I S2M 132iM mH 1S2.M
43M 132 0(1 J3M 132.00 0300 132.00 7300 132.00 83M I32.0O 9390 I32.M
44M 13241 34 132 00 (4M 132 00 7490 132 M S490 132.00 9490 132 M
4590 132.M 5590 132.M S5M I32.M 7500 132.M MM 132.M ASM 132.M
40M 132.M 50M 132,00 0090 132.00 7RM 132.M 1 9090 132.00 1 90M 132.00
4790 132 00 57M 132 00 0790 132.M 77M 132 on j S790 132.M 9790 132 M
49M 132.00 50M 132.M MM 132 00 I 7 DM IT' no DOM 132.00 I 9X90 132.M
4MS 2,200.00 5990 2.200.00 (MS 2.200.M 1 79M 2,200 (10 8996 2.200.00 1 MM 2,200.00
Approximations Derived From First Prize
I 3M0 440.M I 40M 4(0.00 I 4M2 410 00 I 4004 t in no
I 3999 440 M I 4MI 440.00 I 4003 440 M I 4005 440.00
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
I S S S 5 S I
0130 220 M 2130 220.M 3130 220.M 4130 220.M SIM 220 M 0130 220.M 7130 220.M 0130 220 00 9130 220 00
11J0 110.M 1131 110.M 1133 110.M 1135 110.M 1137 110.M 1140 110.M 1142 MOM M44 M0.M 1 1 16 II0O0
1130 iio.oo 1132 iio.oo ii34 t io oo 113c iio.oo mm i in on mi iio.no M43 iiooo IMS i in on M47 now
Approximation? Derived From Third Prize
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M78 88.00 I 99M 88.00 M82 08.M 9984 88 M 9990 S8.M MM 8 M M9t 88.M i 9993 M.M I MM 88.M
M79 88.M M81 88 M I MM 88.M 9985 M.M 9M8 M.M MM OO.M M02 88 00 M94 88.M I 9996 M M
Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: First and Second in Panama; Third in Chiriqul.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 6 and not included in the above list win Forty-Four Dollars (14.00) each.
I The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" Se "B" of 22 pieces each.
Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative Of The Treasury, JOSE OUTLLERMO AIZPU
WITNESSES: Joaquin Garcia, Ced. No. 47-20950
Isaac Johnson, Ced. No. 8-5511
JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notary Public, Panama
KJftTC. Th winning ticket with the last cipher and with the two lam
I C. cipher apply only to the First Prire.
The first Prl7e and the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drawn separately The ap approximations
proximations approximations are calculated on tne First. Second and Third Prize. In case
a nrket should carry the numbers of Mob prize, the holder is entitled to
ialm payment (or each.
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, November 25, 1956
Drawing Number 669
First Prize 96 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 38 3.00 60.00
Third Prize. ...... 87 2.00 40.00
PABLO A. PINEL M.,
Extraordinary Dr:iuin No. 1972 which
will take place December 23, 1956
The whole Ticket has 50 pieces
1 Pirt Prize of 1I.000MJJ;I
1 Second Price of
1 Third Prile of
18 Approximations of SI .000 no each
9 Prizes of 5.000 oo each
90 Prizes of 3la1 00 each
900 Prizes of 100 00 each
IS Approximations of
I Prizes of
250 00 each
500 00 each
18 Approximations of $
9 Prizes of
200 00 each
300 00 each
15 noo no 1
4'. noo 00
9n (wo.oo :
4 500 00
1,074 Prizes Total $340.300 0j
Price of a whole ticket j .S56.00
Prne f one-fiftieth part LOO
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1151
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FOR SALl: Wardrobe, double
bed complete, dining room let,
wardrobe trunk. 4120 Pueblo
FOR SALE: Leaving Pane Pane-'me,
'me, Pane-'me, two double beds $12 each;
mahogany dining teble, eight
chairs $50; dreeser $12; ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe $18; stove $100. Calle 25
No. 5 16, Apto ill Tel. 2-4612.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool Auto Automatic
matic Automatic washing machine $65.00.
Baby play pen $6.00. Albrook
FOR SALE: Gas stove,
"Modern." Soda cooler. Kitch Kitchen
en Kitchen or dining room cabinet. Vie
Eepane 2031. Telephone 3-4059.
CANAL ZONE LADIES
Do you have gray hair?
It's Excitinu .
Its Glamorous. .
-COME ALIVE GRAY"
Made Just for you.
Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
FOR SALE: Double beds with
springs 29.00, 3-4 beds with
springs 12.50, table and 4 chairs
45.00, modern wardrobbes 75. 75.-00,
00, 75.-00, cnifrarobes 59.000, vanities
45.00, china closets 22.00, fold folding
ing folding beds 22.50, coffee table 18. 18.-00,
00, 18.-00, springs 12.50, mattresses 2. 2.-50,
50, 2.-50, chairs 2.50, also BEAUTI BEAUTIFUL
FUL BEAUTIFUL MODERN LIVING
ROOM, DINING ROOM AND
BEDROOM SETS at Rock Bot Bottom
tom Bottom Prices Cash or Credit.
Household Exchange, National
Ave. No. 41. Telephones 3-4911
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALl: 1952 4-door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet $700 or belt offer. Office
2-2719, home 2-3214 after 5,
516 A neon.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury
Convertible. 43,000 miles, top
condition Phone Navy 3544.
"foTsALE: 1947 Packard 2 2-door
door 2-door $200. Call Pistole, Balboa
3079 or Balboa 2719.
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth.
$300. Phone Balboa 3079 or
2719, Ed Philpitt.
FOR SALE: One PABX, North
Electric, Type PX-80. 6 trunks,
6 links, 30 extensions with auto automatic
matic automatic charging rectifier and at attendant's
tendant's attendant's cabinet Inspection may
be made and bid forms obtained
at American Embassy, Panama,
between hours of 8:30 to 10:30
a.m., Nov. 26 to Dec. 7.
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ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
FOR SALE: Japanese meke.
Singer patent portable sewing
machine, electric, with attach attachments.
ments. attachments. Excellent condition $60.
00. Call Albrook 86-3190.
FOR SALE:- 2 formats pink,
aqua. Call Joan Sprague 2-3637.
FOR SALE: AKC boxer, fe female
male female fawn with white mark markings,
ings, markings, call 86-5187.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door 6-cyl., 2-tone (210 Series)
$1500. Call Balboa 2596.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
Sedan, motor in excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, good tires, new battery,
$285. Quarters 0258-C, Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, C.Z. Phone Gamboa 6-428.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet,
4-door 6 cyl 2-tone, fleetline,
new tires, call Paraiso, 4-361.
w bai i nrtOM DANCING
Group Classes and Private Les Lesions
ions Lesions for Adults. Couples. Teen Teenagers
agers Teenagers and Pre-teens.
b BALBOA i,V
Balboa Service Centtf
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
Monday Thru Thursday
rot U.S. personnel and their
H 81 eWkJ11jSt2
With F 1.2 Lens
Pauami N. York Colon
our C.Z. Patrons
will be opened
for late appoint appointments
ments appointments Monday.
Friday from 6:00
to 9:00 p.m.
CALVANO ROQUER (left), local general contractor, signs a
$13,421 contract for rehabilitation of the Fort Amador Theater
lobby. The signing took place 'recently in the Fort Clayton or or-flces
flces or-flces of Maj. W. J. Moeller, chief, post engineer division Mr.
Myra Harris, post engineer procurement clerk, Fort uayton,
HJOKS on. vJ.a. rwy i u;
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, near the baseball stadi stadium
um stadium (National Cash Register
Building). For information call
Organisations or large parties ac accommodated
commodated accommodated at Shrapnel's Santa
Clara Beach Houses. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Convenient loca location,
tion, location, 2-reem apartment, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bathroom. Next street from
4th July Ave., Calle Darieh No.
LOOK OUT BE LOW-
CHICAGO (-UP)- "Shooting
stars" actually are only about 65
miles high. The typical meteor is
burned up by the earth's atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere at a height of about 40
miles, according to Franklin J.
Meine, editor of the American
Peop'es Encyclopedia. Meteors
fall at speeds ranging up to 45
miles per second
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To Be Observed
Al Balboa JWB
Hanukkah, the feast of lights
will be celebrated by Jews
throughout the world from sun sundown
down sundown Wednesday to sundown
Thursday. The holiday commem commemorates
orates commemorates the successful Struggle
for religious liberty carried on
by a small band of Israelites led
by Maccabees, against the vast
army of their Syrian oppressors
under King Antiochus. The op opposition
position opposition to religious persecution
ulmlnated in the recapture or
Jerusalem and the rededication
of the Holy Temple (165 B.C.E.).
The celebration of Hanukkah
in the Hebrew calendar begins
on the 2Sth day ofKislev (cun (cun-down,
down, (cun-down, Wednesday), the day on
which the temple was consecrat consecrated
ed consecrated anew to the service of God,
and lasts for eight days, be because
cause because the ceremony of rededica' rededica'-tion
tion rededica'-tion and festivities continued for
that length of time, h
t service! or we reast or
lights will begin at 7:30 p.m.,
and w ll continue each eve evening
ning evening of the holiday. Rabbi Na Nathan
than Nathan Witkin, director of the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center, and auxiliary chap chaplain,
lain, chaplain, USARCARIB, and Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command will of officiate.
ficiate. officiate. On Sunday at 8 p.m., service
personnel and their families will
enjoy the traditional Hanukkah
party sponsored by the JWB
armed services committee and
(the USO-JWB committee of
Gift packages setn by the
Wilkes-Barre, pa., Serve-A-Com-mittee
of the women's division
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board will be distributed to serv service
ice service personnel and their families
at the Hanukkah party.
FOR RENT: Modem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedroom. Via Argen Argentina
tina Argentina and I Street El Cangrejo.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
System To Be Used
W. T. COFFEY (left), local painter and contractor, signs a
$97,480 contract for the painting of the exterior of buildings
in Curundu. The signing took place recentjy in the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton offices of Maj. W. J. Moeller, chief, post engineer -division.
Mrs. Myra Harris, post engineer procurement clerk, Fort Ciay;
ton, looks on. (U.S. Army Photo)
TYRONE POWER AND KIM NOVAK
MAKE "DUCHIN STORY" MEMORABLE
with no sacrifice of
TROPEI CO standards
We use and
tube the tube
with the Good
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WASHINGTON. ( AFPS Bat-
tie reinforcements for future ar armies
mies armies will be spared the replace
ment depot experiences of previ
ous conflicts, according to Lt. Gen.
Walter L. Weible, deputy chief of
stall for personnel.
A system of "package replace replacements"
ments" replacements" and the use of "electronic
brains" in personnel administra
tion will eliminate the necessity
for the sprawling "repple deooies"
of WWII. Weible said.
The army has been experiment experimenting
ing experimenting with replacement packets up
to platoon-size since the fetter
days of the Korean War.
This concept of furnishing fresh
troops to combat units has been
expanded to include squads, wea weapons
pons weapons crews and companies re remaining
maining remaining intact from training cen center
ter center to frontllnes and moved over overseas
seas overseas by air or fast surface trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Needs for "one-of a-kind" tech technicians
nicians technicians and specialist will be
transmitted to the U.S. by trans transceivers
ceivers transceivers and replacements will be
speedily selected by electronic
An individual meeting the re-
For Mrs. Atberly
At SI. (hrisloph's
Funeral services will be held
for the late Mrs. Fredrica Ath Ath-erley
erley Ath-erley at St. Christopher's Church
in parque Lefevre 3:30 tomorrow
afternoon. Th6 body will be at
the church from 2 p.m. until the
The familv has requested that
no flowers be sent but suggests
that donations be made to St.
Christopher's church Instead.
Mrs. Atherley died Saturday
night at Santo Tomas hospital,
where she was confined almost
four weeks. She was pre-deceas-ed
by her husband, Robert J.
Atherley, three weeks ago.
Survivors are Eloise, Dorothy
and Mrs. Ursllla Sinclair, daugh
ters; sons Cyril and St. Clair;
several grandchildren, great
grandchildren and relatives in
her naJtive island of Barbados.
BELGRADE, Yugoeslavia, Nov.
ze (up) Tne Bulgarian gov government
ernment government press office today de denied
nied denied reports of mass arrests
aimed at crushing a wave of
antl-Stalinlst feeling there.
The press office in Sofia,
reached by telephone, said that
"perfect order and peace pre prevails
vails prevails throughout the country."
A government spokesman add added:
ed: added: "There is no need to reopen
the concentration camps, which
were closed for good a long time
The Bulgarian embassy in Bel
grade also denied the arrest re
The reports received in the
West said that anti-Stalinist and
anti-Communist unrest, brought
on by the evnt in Hungary and
Poland, resulted in the arrest of
liberal former premier Konstan-
tin Muravieff, Socialist leaders,
anti-Stalinist Communists, stu students,
dents, students, and Orthodox priests.
quirements of an overseas unit
will be given his assignment be before
fore before he leaves his Stateside duty
station and will be shipped direct directly
ly directly to his new organization.
"Prepackaged express" person personnel
nel personnel for Futurarmy will result not
only in savings in manpower and
improve morale among replace replacements
ments replacements but will increase battle ef effectiveness.
fectiveness. effectiveness. Weible said.
vu in unit. ig uir iiiafci v .if A
romance, Tyrone Power and Kim Novak are J,?
gloriously teamed in "THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY," in
Cinemascope and Technicolor. A sensitive, astonishingly
human screen entertainment based on the fabulous public
i.e.. -j i.miii oooiptv hand leader. THE
EDDY DUCUIN STORY" is a drama rich in simple love
and spectacular triumph, desperate loneliness and deep deep-seated
seated deep-seated despair See "THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY ON
WEDNESDAY 28 AT THE CENTRAL.
At Your Favorite Stare
COMPLETE TV SERVICE
Job or Contract
Expert TV Engineers
AS CLOSE AS YOUR
Service and Calls
as late as 16:00 p.m.
FOR IUNT; Two large offices in
Campe Alegre, Marie Icaxa St.
No. 7. Phone 3-7107.
FOR RENT: -Chalet, residential
sector, 2 and 4 bedrooms, hot
water. 7th Street, Golf Heights.
Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641
FOR RENT: New chalet, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished: Three
bedrooms, living and dining
rooms, servant's quarters, ga garage
rage garage and hot water. Corner of
7th Ave. and Paseo Cincuente Cincuente-nario.
nario. Cincuente-nario. Phone 3-3005.
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
factor, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7th Street, Golf
Heights. Phone 2-2407 or 3-36-41.
FOR SALE: Wonderful oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, house and land, 286C
meters. Pueblo Nuevo 4120
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Frequency convert converters
ers converters 25 to 00 cycle, 110 volts,
single phase, 500 and 1 000 watt
capacity. Compania Alfaro, S.A.,
Avenida Peru No. 29-28, Pana Panama
ma Panama City
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1957 GIRL SCOUT CALENDAR MAJtES DEBUT IN CANAL ZONE Maurice Thatchef affec affectionately
tionately affectionately called "First Governor of the Canal Zone," was present as Gov. William E. Potter
received a delegation of Canal Zone Girl Scouts, who presented each of them with a 1957
Girl Scout Calendar. Shown, left to right: Thatcher, Service Scout Sandra Dunning, Senior
Scout Kay Flowers, Mariner Patsy Flatau, Junior Scout Patricia Davis, Brownie Twinkles
Allen (in front), Intermediate Irene Hasemann and Potter. Patsy Is displaying the appoint appointment
ment appointment type calendar, desired by many busy Zonians while Twinkles and Irene hold the tradi-
tional Girl Scout pictorial style. Since their grandparents were personally acquainted with
Thatcher during Construction Days, the latter two girls were especially proud to be present.
Coupe de Ville Illustrates 1957 Cadillac's New Fender Fins
.. new tube frame is bing engineering feature
Corner "H" and Darien Sta
'57 Cadillac Boasts
(PA-O A new silhouette, as much as three inches lower, is
a dramatic feature oi the 1957 Cadillac, which incorporates a
revolutionary new frame among its mechanical features.
Appearing for trie first time
on an American car, this frame,
says Don E. Ahrens, general
manager of the Cadillac division
and vice president of General
Motors, "is a new design con concept
cept concept for lower cars."
The fiody is secured to out outrigger
rigger outrigger mountings, in contrast
to former frames on which
it Was fastened to side rails.
Technically, it is called a tu tubular
bular tubular center-X frame.
Ahrens said the frame, which
contributes "greater torsional
strength without a weight pen
alty, includes a tubular back
bone from yhich arm-like
beams angle out toward the
front and rear.
Two new body silhouettes are
offered, both different from
r.hplr 1QSH rniinternn.rt.- Th sr..
ond is for tne Eldorado models,
the Biarritz convertible and the
Either of two engines can,
be had in the Eldorados, one
developing 300 horsepower or
the 325-hp Cadillac engine
which is modified with twin
AH 1957 four-door models, with
the exception of the Service 79
limousine, are hardtops.
DAR Executive Board
Will Meet Tuesday
The Executive Board of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Chapter, Daughters
of the American Revolution, will
hold a meeting at 4:15 p.m. tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, in the Little Gallery of the
Tivoli Guest House.
Chapter officers and elected
Board members are urged to at attend
tend attend to formulate plans for the
general meeting to be held next
Rainbow City Civic Council
The regular meeting of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Civic Council will be held
Wednesday night at 7 o'clock in
the Study Hall of the RainDow t-i-tv
School, it has been announced
by Jefferson Joseph, President of
Colonel E. B. Jennings, Project
Engineer for the Power Conver
sinn Prnipi-t will address the
Council member on power con
All members of the Civicl Coun
cil are urged to attend.
Die In Forest Fire;
Six Were Prisoners
RAMONA, Calif., Nov. 26 (UP)
Eleven firefighters were burn
ed to death last night when tney
were trapped by a sudden change
of wind, tne U.8. forestry (serv (service
ice (service reported.
The-Forest Service Identifi Identified
ed Identified the victims as six prisoners
from a nearby honor camp,
three U. S. Forestry Service
men and a yuard from the
honor camp. Name of the
victims were withheld pend pending
ing pending notification of next of kin.
Six men, ail prisoners, reporv-i
edly survived when the ill-fated
fire fiKhtlng crew became.
surrounded by flame In- tne
Boulder Creek area of Cleve
land National Forest in San Die Diego
go Diego Country. The prisoners were
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Not.
26-j(UP) Akos Thiery, a mem member
ber member of the Hungarian-American
federation, was helping to dis distribute
tribute distribute clothing to Hungarian
refugees at Camp Kilmer Satur Saturday
day Saturday night when someone gave
away his overcoat containing his
car keys by mistake.
LAS VEGAS, Nev., Nov. 26
(UP) Fire broke out las
night In the offices of 'tha
Boulder Club gambling casino;
Club offiials got a workout re removing
moving removing $190,000 from the
The money was In silver
volunteers from the nearby Vie
jan honor camp fighting a 25, 25,-000
000 25,-000 acre bush and timber fire.
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May Go To Courts
ATLANTA, Nov. 28 (UP)-Gor-cia
revenue tnd lew enforcement
Sficiali kept under tpi today
ordi of the Nitional AssociaUon
lor tlie Aovancemeuv ui
.i. 4k. Cfnta RovpnilP DP-
partment oMllBOd the availjbU
?ecord of the Gwrg'" NAACP
brmch by court order Wednesday
after a oft of maneuvering that
reiulted in contempt proceedings
againit five officials of the or
Judge Durweod T. Pye of the
t?..ttnn fnnntv Suoerior Court Has
o-dered the defendants to show
cauie at a hearing on Dec. 5 wny
fku chnuiH nnt dp. held in con-
tempt of court for refusing first
demands to see uie recuroo.
At statp Attv. Gen. Robert H
wn ..m tho revenue asents have
completed an examination of all
the recoras iney iuwuy uuiomcu
in Bn Inveitiaation of the
maapd. i-im nf having a tax
inni o ....... o
free atatui ai a charitable cor
u.ii M tho law empowering
such examination for tax purposes
providjts that information in the
records be kept confidential. How However,
ever, However, authorities also made no an announcement
nouncement announcement of their findings made
from the information these records
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Courtney's 8 00 -meter Win
Outstanding Event Of Day
- MELBOURNE, Nov. 26 (UP) Tall Tom Courtney of Livingston, N. J., a Yank who simply wouldn't be beaten,
iiurtad from behind and won the Olympic SOO-meter run in record time today as the U. S. widened its laad over
Russia in tha unofficial taam raca with three mora gold mactala in two sports.
Tha Rev. Bob Richarda of Laverna, Calif., retained hie pole vault crown with an Olympic record lead of 14 feet,
fty inches and weight-lifter Tommy Kono of Sacramento, Calif., won the light heavyweight title with two world
'licorda. However, ene ether American champion waa dethroned.
Cy Young of Modeeto, CaW., tost hit javelin title) to huaky. Egil Danielsen of Norway who set a new world
record of 211 feet, 2 inches nearly 40 feet past Young's Olympic record and nearly seven feet past the world's
previous beet. Young was buried under an avalanche of others who fjroke hia old record and failed to qualify for
'lie final round.
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U.8. Army today barred an
iL..u.n nwsnnDeiman ac-
aLau.a r.h Army from trav-
on-the military train to
The ban apparently was im impose'
pose' impose' at Soviet insistence. The
Soviets now are questioning the
tern riant or iree cc
Hedhtted city from West oer-
-Army ejected Brneat J.
, r the imited Press from
Serlin-bound train early this
morning when it reached tne
Itfttstedt checkpoint on the
SS&at German border.
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tf.S. Army V comman comman-onductor
onductor comman-onductor told Crimer
American military perton-
re allowed on the train
"n'hatt was a mistake" the of of-cF
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on the rlaht tr thr wes-
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sh train was halted twice
ffi15 minutes and then allowed
Russia bagged one of the two
weight-lifUng medals up for
grabs today when Arkldii Voro-
blev won the middle heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight crown by smashing the
world record in t,he press with a
lift of 325.18 oounds and the
Olympic record for total lift
with a combined 1,119 pounds.
Dave Sheppard of York, Pa.,
was second with a total of 975.5
pounds and Gene Debuf of
France was third.
- The three gold medals m tne
afternoon boosted the U.S. to total
tal total to 10 seven in track and
pat the Yanks oat m front by
a wide margin In the team
race with a total ef 157 points
to Russia's 97.
Courtney's tremendous victory
in the 800, however, was the
high point of the day for the
110,000 wildly cheering fans in
the huge arena.
He came on with a last-gasp
spurt to win by a stride in 1:47
Johnson was second, Audun
Boysen of Norway was third, Ar Ar-hie
hie Ar-hie sowelf of Pittsburgh fourth,
Michael Farrell of Great Britain
fifth and Lon Spurrier of Dela Delano,
no, Delano, Calif., wks sbrth. :.", ;
Courtney's time- bVt a good-
slzed chunk off the Olympic
record of 1:49.2 set by Mai Whit
field ef the U S. in 1948 and tied
by Mai in '52.
Other contributors to the soar
ing American point total during
the afternoon were Bob Gutow-
Skl of La Jolla, Calif., and Geo.
Mailtos of Santa Cruz, Calif.,
Who finished second and fourth
in the pole vault; isabelle Dan Daniels
iels Daniels of Jakln, Ga who picked
up a fourth in the women's 100 100-meter
meter 100-meter -dash won by Betty Cuth Cuth-bert
bert Cuth-bert of Australia, and by weight weight-lifter
lifter weight-lifter Jim George of Akron, 0.,
with, a third in the light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight lift.
The favored U.S. basketball
team piled ap the highest score
m Olympic h story by whack whacking
ing whacking the Philippines 121-53 for
its third straight Tietory.
Bob Jeangerard of Wllmette.
111., former Colorado star, led
the Yanks with 21 points but as
usual it was San Francisco's Bill
Russell who drew the most an-.
Disuse from the crowd though
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1956
Sea-Level Canal Here Would Lead
To Higher Tolls, PC Oldtimer Says
WASHINGTON, Nov, 28 (UP) gresslonal action toward creat-
Construction of a sea-level ca- ing an independent lnter-ocean-nal
at Panama would lead to ic canals commission, with ar ar-higher
higher ar-higher canal tolls and raise new rangements for the appearance
treaty questions, according to a as witnesses of experience and
communication received by the with broad knowledge of the
House Committee on Merchant! subject."
FIRST ACROSS Sprinter BOODy Morrow oi Harnnsen, iex
was one of they three American trackmen to qualify twice for
the Olympic 2fJp-meter run. The three each won two heats,
and here Morrow outruns a Russian competitor to handily win
in his heat. The semi-finals of the 200-meter will be held
Morrow nas aireauy won wu rwu iim
Marine and Fisheries
W. R. McCann, a consulting
engineer formerly engaged on
construction of the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, marshalled the arguments
against a sea-level waterway in
a letter to Committee Chairman
Herbert C. Bonner and other
McCann was formerly presi
dent of the Panama Canal Soc
iety of Washington, and has let letter
ter letter was in the nature of a reply
to the recent report on the un
official National Rivers and Har
The latter organization advo
cated conversion of the present
Panama locks canal to a sea-
level route at an estimated cost
of $4,879,000,000, chiefly on
grounds that a sea-level canal
would be less vulnerable to
McCann recommended that
the Congress of the United
States should create an Inde
pendent inter oceanic canals
commission, wnicn wouia con conduct
duct conduct "hearings on future canal
policy and projects.
Mccann s iczier w avnnvr
alleged that the National Riv Rivers
ers Rivers and Harbors Congress
(NRHC) report contained
many conjectural and mis mis-leadina
leadina mis-leadina statements.
"Fortunately, the country has
numerous experienced engineers
and atomic-warfare authorities
to refute improper and unprov unprov-en
en unprov-en assertions," he said.
"I know that many independ
ent engineers and others join
with me in hoping for early con-
McCann summarized his ar
guments asrainst the NRHC re
port for a sea-level canal as follows:
(1) It conformed to the rec
ognized Dattern of advocates
with the pre-determlned objec
tive of sea-level conversion oi
the canal regardless of costs or
(2) It placed exaggerates em
phasis on theoretical security
considerations, counter to tne
views of some of, the ioremosi
(3; It ignored practical les lessons
sons lessons oi more than 40 years ma marine
rine marine experience in operating
the Panama Canal, and is ob obviously
viously obviously aimed at preventing
any major improvement of the
existing (locks) canal.
(4) The NRHC report suggest
ed a trans-Florida ship canal,
which has been opposed by the
(5) The report failed to con
sider the gravely Important trea
(6) It did not mention tne er-
The bar was raised to 14-liya,
a fraction over the Olympic rec rec-cord.
cord. rec-cord. Richards set four years a a-go
go a-go and Gutowski went out.
Richards, top, missed his jirw
turn at that height but made it
on the second though he brush brushed
ed brushed the bar as he floated across.
vfa t.tnsi who failed at 14 feet,
he played less than half toe five inches, was, fourth behind
Russia,, beaten by France in
its. previous game, downed Sin Singapore
gapore Singapore 91-42 and stayed "alive"
for a possible title showdown a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the U.S.
Richards had little difficulty
defending his pole vault crown.
He and Gutowski put on a two
man show after dark horse
George Roubanls of Greece went
out at 14 feet, 10 4 Inches.
Max Ttnex of Warsaw, Ind.,
America's leading hope for a
placing in the 5000 meters, did
not start became ef a leg in in-Jury.
Jury. in-Jury. Bellinger qualified with
a third place finish In a heat
won by Br tain's Gordon Plrie,
but Curt Stone of Smethport,
Pa., was a lagging seventh in
his heat and was eliminated.
MELBOURNE, Nov. 18 (UP). The United States still
heads the list of medal winner of the XVI Olympic Games
with ten first places. No other country has won more than
three gold medals.
The following list of medal winners Includes the eques equestrian
trian equestrian events which were held in Stockholm last June.
One of the most temper ory
Weather Or Not
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TDiSBAV. NOVIMIIR 27
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In weight-lifting, Kono set
new world records for the jerk
lift and total lift as he won the
light heavyweight crown.
Kono, wno won tne ivn Olym
pic lightweight title, hoisted
285 81 pounds in tne ierx, better bettering
ing bettering the old record of 281.39
pounds set by Russia's T. Loma Loma-kln
kln Loma-kln in 1955,. His totfal of 986.25
was 27.55 pounds over his own
To Be Drafted
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 (UP)
The Defense Department an
nounced today that 450 physicians
will be drafted In February for
service in the Air Force sod Ar Army.
my. Army. The department said the Febru February
ary February draft call, along with volun
teer., should meet the military
needs for physicians through next
The present "doctor drift" law
expires next June, and the De
fense Department does not plan
to ask for its extension. Instead
the department will rely on the
regular selective service uw 10
obtain young physicians lor mil
Earl William Jones, 21, an A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan soldier, was fined $35 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today for reckless driving.
Evangelisto G6mez, .30, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $25 for steal
ing a half pound of bacon worth
29 cents from nvou uoinnira
Makmer a U-turn in his taxi
cost Cecil Augustus Roach, 58,
the sum of $15.
Delia Maria Fernandez, 24,
Panamanian, and Maria Rivas,
17. Panamanian, were fined $10
and $5 respectively for commis
atomlc-warfarefect of a sea-level undertaking
on greauy increased tolls.
17) It endeavored to overcoma
national defense budgetary ob
jections by distributing the cost
or a vast ocean-level undertak undertaking
ing undertaking on all departments (of the
United States government)' in instead
stead instead of the Department of De-
DIGGING OUT An unidentified man shovels snow away
from an auto in Erie, Pa., after a record snowfall ranging
from 24 to 34 inches paralyzed the city. National Guard units
were called out to help clear highways and streets.
There's a Key in Your Future from Lions;
A Donation for It Will Aid Club's Charity
Within the next few days, and the License Section. In the event
anyone loses nis car Keys, ami
they are droppeo in any man
box on the Isthmus, they will be
Safaris buijinq lfowt
Refrigerator. Washer, Stove. T.V. set or
any ether electric appliances
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Bead the Panama
Wadneeda? 21 of Nov
and see ear
concurrent with the sale and Is
sue of the 1957 Canal Zone li
censes to car owners, all auto automobile
mobile automobile owners in the Canal Zone
will recelve ln their mail box, the
1 1957 miniature Canal Zone li license
cense license key chain Issued by the
Kulhna l iiiiiv flhlh.
Attached to key chain is
a plastic case, containing a
.miniature Canal Zone license
corresponding to color and
number to the license actually
purchased by the car owner.
The miniature plates and key
chains have been Issued by the
Balboa Lions Club for the past
two years to raise funds for the
activities fund of the Balboa
Lions Club. Each chain and lit little
tle little license will be accompanied
by a "return postage guaran guaranteed"
teed" guaranteed" stamped envelope, ad ad-dressd
dressd ad-dressd to th Balboa Lions Club,
so that each recipient of the
miniature license key chain may.
If he wishes, donate to the aciv aciv-lties
lties aciv-lties fund of the Balboa lions.
rersons wno ao not care to
donate should not return the
key chain and miniature li li-eente,
eente, li-eente, otitis efno use to
one but the holder of that par
ticular license platt.
returned to the Balboa Lions nia
turned to the Canal Zone to at
tend school after extended eye.
dental and facial surgery from
outstanding surgeons in Callfor-
Thomas J. Doran
Dies; Funeral To Be
Held Today In NY
Funeral services were to be held
today in New York City for Thom
as J .Doran. retired employe oi
the Dredging Division who died
Saturday at the age of 84.
One of Mr. Down's sons, James,
of Diablo Heights, left yesterday
to attend the services.
Mr. Doran, a native of Ireland
and a naturalized American citiz citizen,
en, citizen, worked with the Canal organiz organization
ation organization from 1910 until his retire retirement
ment retirement in 1934. At the time of his re retirement,
tirement, retirement, he was a mate with the
All of his adult life had to do
with marine work. During the
Spanish American war he served
aboard vessels which carried
troops to the Philippines and dur during
ing during World War II, despite his age,
he was a commander in the U.S.
Navy, serving in three invasions.
He is survived by his wife; three
sons, James, of Diablo Heights,
Thomas E., of California, and the
Rev. Joseph, of Alabama; and
three daughters. Margaret and
Mary, of Long Island, and Irene,
now living in Japan.
At Coco Solo
A 32-year-old British engineer
who was stabbed when a group
returned to the as conninic
early last Friday after shore-
leave is still In critical condition
at Coco Solo Hospital.
John Henry Patterson, 32. was
stabbed in the stomach and liv liver
er liver in a fight which occurred a a-bout
bout a-bout 3 a.m: aboard the vessel
while it was berthed at Pier 8-B.
Awaiting trial in U.S. District
Court on a charge of assault
with a deadly weapon is Regin
ald. Salmon, 30, British steward
aboard the passenger ship.
He waived preliminary hear
ing In Cristobal Magistrate's
Court and was bound over lor
trial. Bail set at $500 has not
Another steward, H. W. Phil
lips, was signed off the ship here.
His deposition was being tasen
today, and it is understood he
will be lodged in quarantine at
Corozal awaiting another ship.
The Corinthlc transited the
canal southbound Friday.
Showing Of TV
Cut To One Hour
Police See Him Off
A Venezuelan exile who last
week told i ttery about being sub submitted
mitted submitted to mental torture by tha
Venezuelan Any Mission assigned
to the National Guard, was put
aboard a plane bound for Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala last Friday.
Luis Irureta Story, who claims
to be a medical doctor, who had
been granted exile here early
this year, left Panama for Costa
Rica shortly before the meeting
of American Presidents here.
He returned from Costa Rica
last month by way of David, Chi-
nqui, where he was arrested and
brought to Panama City under
orders of the Immigration De Department
partment Department for not having noti
fied the authorities of his de departure.
parture. departure. While in custody of the Na
tional Guard he drank some hair
tonic and was taken to the hos hospital
pital hospital after he pretended to be
violently ill. In hospital he told
an opposition Assemblyman and
later the press he had been sub submitted
mitted submitted to mental torture by the
Venezuelan mission who wanted
him to tell them the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of his cousin, a Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan underground leader.
Irureta's story was angrily de denied
nied denied by the Minister of Govern Government
ment Government and Justice, Max Heurte Heurte-matte.
matte. Heurte-matte. After leaving the hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, he was escorted to Tocumen
under guard and put aboard a
plane bound for Venezuela.
Club which will learn the own
er's name from the License Sec
tion and return the keys to the
owner through the mail.
During the past year, over
45 sets of lost keys were re returned
turned returned to grateful car owners
all over the Isthmus.
Receipts from the donations
for the miniature license and
key chain program of the Lions
Club are expended totally for ac
tivities of the club for the wel welfare
fare welfare of the community. Since its
inception four years ago, the
Balboa Lions Club has spent over
$5000 for welfare work In the
Included in this sum Is money
expended for the eye examlna
tion, and the furnishing of glass
In addition to this type of ex
penditure, the Lions have annu annually
ally annually expended $500 for edaca edaca-tional
tional edaca-tional training for any high
school or junior college student
qualifying for the award. It was
announced last week that the
club will again make this award
in June 1957.
In addition, the awards are
made to qualifying high school
students to pay expenses in the
Canal Zone Junior College. The
club announced last week that a
match rifle would be awarded
the Balboa ROTC unit to aid in
training the members of the
unit at Balboa High School for
The Lions Club also sponsors
a t Cub Pack, and Boy Scout
Troop, and an Explorer unit, In
which it furnishes Scouters to
ea to more than 300 Canal Zone
children who could not other- 'aid In the training of Canal Zone
wise afford them. Costs of eye (youths,
surgery, plastic surgery, and I As the only civic organization
complete rehabilitation were In the Canal Zone, the Balboa
paid for from the activities fund Lions Club celebrated its fourth
of the club Ayr Vinicio MeadtB- birthday Nov. 9 at the American
hall, young American boy who Legion Club, where Gov. Potter
was hit In the left eve bv a base- as guest of honor, lauded the
A master roster of ail license ball bat in Little League baseball enorts or the Balboa Lions to
Plata holders is maintained by play over a year ago. Vltcio re-'aid in community work.
The showing of test pat patterns
terns patterns over CFN-TV w'll be cut
down to one hour daily effec effective
tive effective today, Head q uarters
USARCARIB has announced.
Monday through Friday the
patterns will be shewn from 2
to 3 n.m. and on Saturday and
Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m.
This one hour dally telecast telecasting
ing telecasting of the pattern just before
the regular program goes on
the air is the same system
used by most stateside sta stations.
tions. stations. The pattern is used for the
adjustment of sets and was in initially
itially initially telecast for several
hours dar'ly because of the in installation
stallation installation of a large number
MIAMI, Nov. 2-(UP) The
Southern Bell Telephone Com Company
pany Company reported, today that one out
of every 28 numbers dialed In
Miami is a wrong one. The mb
take? amount to 480,000 miscues
& week and the company be believes
lieves believes it's a "wrong" number.
TODAY! .75 .40
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