The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Solid Ped e, Unity

For Koreals Remote,

'IN Observers Say

__- (UP) Pernument peace
Unification for Korea still are a-
long way off, United Nitions ob-
servers said today in. interpret-.
lug U.S. and British report to'
the U.N. main political commit-
tee on the divided nation.
U.S. delegate Jacob Blaustein
and Britain's air Nerson Dixon,
as the first. speakers in the.
committee's general debate on
Korea yesterday, painted a dis-
mal picture of a-wr events
in the war-torn-nktlOn.
But, the United States, in a
resolution offered to the com-
mittee, expressed the hope that
peaceful means wopld be found
for the unification of Korea.
The resolution called on the
General Assembly to push its
effort, for "an early solution of
the Korean question."
The Amertiant resolution
breathed life Into the question
fr t least ano year stag
trejqdted that korean
iest be listed onte agenda
Snext Year'sna msei.
TWa American _QM__

Blaustein ant Dixon both
pointed out tlat It was the
s who were blocking
te ted tons alms in Ko-
ket. The Ameklean said that the
Koteans hope for a country
united under a free and inde-
pendent gove r hmie n t" was
"thwarted" by the North Korean
Dixon pointed out and em-
phasized that his American col-
league had reported on "the ex-
tent to which the Communist
de have been able to frustrate
bhe operation of the Neutral Na-
.ions Supervisory Commission In
WNrth Korea."
.Both delegates accused the
(immunists of violating the
13 armisice agreement by
building up Red armed forces in
rthBg 4 Tlorksa.

Big 4 Talks


To Punish

Peron Aides

(UP)-Provisional President Ed-
uardo Lonardi said today all
persons who supported ousted
Ditator Juan D. Peron for per-
sonal ain would b punished.
But he said in A special state-
ment that the new government
prefers that "some guilty per-
sons may eiaspe rather than
others not guilty suffer prosecu-
tion they4o not deserve."
Lonardl fuaved, the stAtement
In answer to -letter of resigna-
tion from Army Minister Leon
Bengoa which called en the gov-
ernment to carry out its pledge
that there would be "neither
victors not vfualshed" from
the revolution -wich'-overthrew
Lonardi said the pledge still
held and promised that a "great
maorlt of the Afgenne peo-
ple wi participate RI political
activities Includ those who
supported Peron wOUt seeking1
personal gals.
He said the government
sought cooperation frm all po-
leal leaders.It they are "real
5f0.ote, of{ demcracy ajd
., -o, tdu is
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Bound For Ri

After B rief

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RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 12 (UP) Ousted PrIesm
Carlos Luz announced t -ioey was surrendesiag t "
Army coup that overthiew his government and gold111
would. return to Rio from his short-lived exile aboard
warship. .
The navy ministry announced that Luz sent a miAN-
sage to acting President Nereu Romos saying that ."l
view of the situation" he accepted his ouster by a d ;
tory coup and vote of Congress. ."
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Luz fled Rio aboard the Bra-
zilian Navy cruiser Tamandte
which anchored off Santos, port
city of Sao Paulo, 20 miles
southwest of here.
HiS .decision to.. was
pruod bY a'4W Tto asge-
guajrthe authoty Pre-

Fivn Caj
bJ .. *-L. t?1

Ident of the repub
the constituticS,"I
sage from the wax
BAt be 4 -be Ji
friends in Biupft
to the new ver
tain older I'
b .loo" lLI !

.lY- mIOpiTS Winston Prescott (rightlgand Albert (e, both of. o take a clomr
look at .one of Arny's M-41 tanks dutlhMg 'VeSte n's(ii ceremoiles at .a-leol-,terday.
on the turret m n a part of the- task's O t rtIdonIf p Jaus BROx t) of thm
23d Renn te Company, Fort Clayton, .and .p-- Luther Carpenter,. _or t*e a23d
R qmn,.. The two "Walker Bulldog". tank .were a featured attratn at
(Us. Army Pto*.

2 PanCanal WorkersI Save

Panamanian From Orowng

Two.mealn Im-Rio Abalo
respo bi. or saving .ne in e
of a&' amu women wth
was drowang at Hteawes'y h
yveMral .. ,atrnon, by apa_-
sag arutIdl4l respiralUon Utl
medical -he*petriaved.
Both men, flobert A. *pltsa,
324 d Felix Lloyd, 3aref PS5.-
p empaes. .
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Fralcs .

PARB5,~w. l3W(UP) .- The
today it
will dvefe, to E-
r rapes sand
rdt eat-*to r

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A young motht w
ill aboard the Rale
day was taken Tt
and admittlee
al where sias
bedtradnfusiet. .
The ill paftengr,
M. Patis, 27, was tr
New Zealand with he
Henry'raad their IB-1m
Norton & Lilly, Co.,
the ship, which make
runs between the. Unit
and New Zealand laid
at noon yesterday.
Mrs. Pantin is consi
in good condition at t
where she was "vest
Husband and son a-nri
at the Tivoli Guest eo
she recover sufficient
tinue the journey.

us1 Ott.h I

Inr MIodtov, the
Western f ministers reo
newed for le last time at the
ho became Geneva nference their de-
vne yester- man t Russia ,ta real
Stransfting newo et presde len-
Gorlas Hos- h "open sky"li
liven a .meIgn mih met
to wl their
Mr. n debate disarament on
Mrs. Jean which th & are as deadlocked as
ar husband, on every other subject they
th-old son came to Geneva to dis M .
onth-old They met for 15 anutes.
agent for When the debate bogged down
s frequent into silence U.- Secretary of
ed Kingdom State John Foster Dulles pro-
ishe sailed posed a recess until noon in or-
der to think about what com-
mon statement-if any they
dered to be could make on the deadlock.
the hospital It came after a dramatic U.8.
Ing comfor- offer to negotiate a global ex-
tension of President Elisenhow-
er's "open sky" proposal at yes-
e remaining terday's meeting if Russia would
)use until accept. But when the ministers
ly to con- met this morning Molotov sat


Th tes To Resign
ROME, Nov. 12 (UP) The
American director of the United
Nations Food pd -Agricultural Or-
gantialsm (F.A.Q.j threatened to
resigR today unless the U n I t e d
States govermeit backs his pro-
posal for a 81,000,000 budget in-
Dr. Phillip V. Cardsn. of Logan.
Utah, director-geertl of the or-
ganitoll sakM, 'I am prepared
to withdraw td leave this job
In hads you Mel are more com-
T'l United States official dele-
gaton, huei assistant Secre-
tary of Agr f Earl Butz, has
asked for fltia in the budg-
et naeras- tf *sed by Cardon.

rIwa, Nov. 12
ai Machado, Brazi-

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move In wfth eidet o
ArgeRU Juan e at Ho.
tel ltton today, it wa
lean -
Peron. who Is haW at work
completing his book. "The' Law
of the Jutgle." has already tre
ceived a publishing offer from a
New York publshlng house.
Pascall. who resigned his post
when the Peron government was
overthrown, learned this week
that his resignation was refus-
ed and that he was being dis-
missed because of his behavior
since, Peron's arrival in Panama.
This means a loss of 42 years
retirement privileges accrued
during his diplomatic service.

Yesterday Pascall c h a r g e d
that an attempt wau .made to
force him out of the Argentine
Embassy residence in Panama
City where he has been under-
going medical treatment. He has
been, ill with a. liver Infection.
Today he was slated to leave
the Embassy and Join with Pe-
ron in his hotel suite.

i0 -,

dg tre life of
s =verment tayae on a vote fi
of eal in the National
Assembly with the knowledge Lott which
cabinet would crack up anyway Presdet Luz atd
even if he won ie vote. mos In bid lace,
He is seeng change in the Bra-bs ig
constitulmn that fwuld seek na-. fer 20 m ili
tional lBetions based on a here, when ousted Af
slightly modified qSytem of pro- Brix. Eduarde Gomu
portion a menat but a mod- to rally f e" p I
ficatio that would up Commu- vea mn
nit me bership from 94 to as The antl-$o II
many I or 160. an Army facti
The crucial vote is Faure's an Armyn17^1 ?
fifth in a month, seized control in n
head off a fidl-scale-revoit
Again the crisis threatened to by a second adrar fal.E JI
demrive France of a voice at b a ecnd roup refused fa
Genevaecond oup refused to
Parliamentary sources said the the election of readent
death early this morning of lino Kubitechek las OctO e.
Mme. Coty, wife of President But the WarM a*
Rene Coty, would not cause bounced thpt Brgadlqr Ol_
postponement of the vote but ordered all air units _ad
might help Faure's cause. to his command to m
The Asseamy might think ance.
twice before Riving Coty the Oen. Ollmpio Falconlei, M
burden of forming a ne w gov- mander in ao Paulo of r
ernment at this time, the troop aupn Lot
sources said. (Contnet Page 4

Poor Rubi Was All By His Loneson

Deas Boss:
I gueM even playboys get tired
of playing.
Poor Rubroasal -He's all fag-
ged'out. You know I really got
to feel sorry for the guy last
night when I invaded the priva-
cy of Jbl hotel room to find out
what makes him so attractive to
the gals.
Pour days ago. he was playing
around (if that's the expreslon
in the International set) with
Zsa ZM Gabor, and last night..
S.he was all by his lonesome, ex-
cept for me. What a comedown.
At least for the minute he was
contemplating the fate of his
former wife Woolworth shares
Barbara Hutton, who just got
hitched again in France.
"I hope she'll be very happy,"
saud the gay caballero as he
scratched his stubby cheek.
.a' da't MLret anoi be
adlled as an afi ouht.

hom used to eurt Mie
S- really too much trou-
o Ponl~o by way of

r M, bos Mll. giy has it
-. All he eitalout' of life
an who doeuat) is "ser fe-
wItF aid tar aB his 4a years
i t ben apter. He does
as he ays this, bow-i

But thig playby's no
Bays he, i-' I quote:
"I'm not
,married f
been tegethe lt wA
calfomn ia n Idd
, rope, and w e
awe we.'
86 my bowo
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FPa -By:ssoo as~oo BVICTOR RIESEL *WASHINGTON- Nothin has viet Foreign Minister Molotov to
YUAN,--IN--ADVANCE Dy V ICIOR *' DIESEL" ^ Abeen said about it official but Arribe, official organ of the Span-
T rtVOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN When a union chases a load of IGOP Nat sal Chairman Len Hall laY Falange, which has started
Swiss cheese 2,200 miles across has toll fiend that President every chancellery m Europe spe
Country, that's news, no matter l i AN Eisenhower will announce late in ulating.
T-e Med olea is m op n forum tr n readers of The Panma America how you slice it. January his deislaln not to run. Meanwhile heres a list of press
aeMm e e lved gratefully d re aindled ib a whlmly onfidetial Especially when this particular .. e migt even declare his in- agents hired by Franc to sway
u~map load of cheese ts destined to be ,. tensions in his Rtate of the Union Unietd States public opinion in
It y e contribute a letter don't b Imptlentl If it doesn't apper the sandwiched in between the ma- d b message to Congress on January favor of more money for Franco:
aent day Letters are published in the order received jor issues which will agitate the 20 Ha confided to friends. Charles Patrck orea
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. nation in the coming Presidential The Presde ont, e explained must friend of the late Seator ar
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. campaign. take himself out of the race at ran of Nevada, '-nMtte Nt. 1
This newspaper asumms no respousibility for statements as epimnon This cheese is non-union domes- eas 90 days before Ohio's May 8 congressional crua n
ewressed In letters from readers. tic Swiss. It is made in Utah by primary; otherwise he could be co. Clark gets moo0 a year u
O the Cache Valley Dairymen's Iput in the Ohio ballot against his expuses "outside oa Waea "
S. Assn., a dairy out in the country- wishes. up to $25,000 a y ar. Me abe
Hr I A I I X side. The AFL Teamsters have The President .i also under has job as to combatt, rslh ,and
THrA L B XteyTimeforehemntalobui
r M L"8 J been trying to win a contract in pressure from the politicians to rebut by word of mottrclous
Sthe plant. They set up picket lines, make his announcement in plenty and vdiou and Con
-- o -- but this meant picketing out on o time for them to build up a unist propaganda disseminated
lonely country roads, over which succeor. tis cotry as we as the
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE few, if any customers travel. The Hall admitted privately, how- oppositional propaganda of leftist
cheese is loaded onto trucks and ever, that some of the Cabinet organizations."
'Sir: shipped oVer the.highways to buy-' have not given up trying to coax Kelly*Nassar, Inc., 247 Park
the Panhandle about ers in the big cities. Ike to run for a second term. At- Avenue, New York-Paid $111,-
Our first snowstorm sneaked Into the Panhandle about 11 5o the Teamsters put pickets torney GenerAl Brownel and Post- 9e by Franco last year under
o'clock yesterday morning and traveled fast. This morning it's on wheels. They've followed the master General Summerfield have the head of public relations.
callingg in the western part of the city but it turned out to be a Utah cheese to its largest city already talked to Ike's doctors William P. Carey Ex-New
little over a half inch of rain by the time it reached us, and still customer in New York and have who are quite happy about te York Times man, who distin-
falling, picketed there. Now the govern- President's steady comeback, guished himself during the Span.
May get erouh to do some good. In October, we didn't get ment, acting through the chief The p members of the h ivil war by his strongly pro.
enough to measure. A trip around the City Sunday gave us a counsel of the National Labor Re. i Tienhower entourage namely Franco reports, has been reward-
olae to the lowering of our underground supply. Too much used lations Board, says this is illegal ,ijBrwneu, Summerfieid and Hall- ed by Franco with an $800-a-month
for irrigation. Hundreds of acres of vegetables under continu- boycotting. Bw will make one or more appeals to public relations job, of which $800
ous irrigation, and that takes water. It's about the same south The union, through Herman Ike to change his mind and run i salary and $200 expenses.
of us until, they can use the Rio Grande. E. Cooper, labor's specialist in on the ground that e has become When Carney returned from is
We noticed very little decline in home construction and don't fighting restrictions on picketing, a symbol of the "Geneva Spirit assignment in Spain the Times
Jaow where the people are coming from to fill- them; but very says the cheese is non-union and and la needed to continue the took him off its foreign staff and
dew are empty. the union has the right to dis. Crusade for world peace made him a legman without bene
c d o an on j patch roving pickets. Cooper, The genial and realistic national fit oi bylines. In his spare time
Saturday, called on two of my doctors and one urologist) at the labor lawyers' labor lawyer, h ch airman has acknowledged, how- Le ave lecutres around the New
Last has made the right guess. I am now able to get more sleep, is counsel to unions of AFL ac- ever, that the President probably York are extolling the merits of
tnly up two or three times a night instead of every hour. May tors, CIO sailors, newspapermen, verwill turnat them down. or one Franco, finally wangled a Times
y Set a century yet. utility workers, movie machae op- t hing, Ie has always maintain.ned assignment in Mexico t parted
See that one uld Confederate Veteran up In Franklin, Texas, erators and a host more. The fact that good healtat good health is essential o company in 152 Car 's e-
*ho will be 113 the 16th, went to Houston this week to buy a new hat he was chosen by the Western the man the White House. Sc. n with S ays it t 4sub-
rocking chair. Says his grandfather made the grade'to 119 and Conference of Teamsters to act only, he has drummed into hu set to modification depending bn
te's going to pass it. orthem reflects the importance political lieutentt that thero is t effectiveness" of his efforts
the unionits attach to he Swiss no suca thing as the "tnh spens- for Fran e o
My eye and ear doctor did-his best, but poor results. He said Cheese Case. It is now in the able'man.'' As a result, Hall glum- rHer are some other agents
tny eyes are much better, but I am the one that is using them, Federal Court of New York before ly expects ate Aresment o go working for Franco
Snd I say "no" I get the best, results when I don't use them. Judge William Herlands, former y through with his January an- Anatle Visson 30 Wisconsin
Friend of mine met somebody from Panama here last week. s eion ake or break kta A nd Dnouneme not to run aga. Avenue, Washington; 400 'month
paid something about Agewood whiskey and that he knew me. much of the new organizing drive Spy In Priest's obe anir Sanish a
Failed toi meet him. of the merging AFL-CIO. Sp William Pdras, Spanish army;
Ssincrel A pro-union might By BOUARK It has been kept under diplo- newspaper sM' rrAgencia
Sincerely, slow the flow of northern industry magic wraps, buc the Russans EFE, the official Spanish agency
W. J. (Pop) Wright to the south. Here's how this could -- tried to zIcx up an international Lorenzo GarzS, Prensa and Radio
Cooper asserts that any truck There must be, certainly some knife and a deck of reefers along ed. Maybe the same effect could incident over an Anomercan polone Espanola;

are detached from the factory but and any innocent passersby, for becausehe dresses in the outan- I wrote It once, and will again tu p ia e ritee n
says that there is no difference, I note the report of the other era, which is not unlike the root- punishment you can mete to a ju- turned out to be r in p ore tc side with Franco. Stiis law fri
even if the truck unloads 2,200 day on the "eig towering teen- suit, except for the length of the ventle, and advocated public dis- anerine nmnge wno was make ng got S1,000 a year when the De oR
ie n away. agers" who invaded a school in coat. In the English instance, the play in major parks n old-fashion- erey, wno were n power, but only
0 mRmles away, New York's East Side w h i c h topcoat is about the same length ed stocks. If these juveniles are no secret of m new attire. H $1,000 n 953 and nothing last
T e aedeae, maysaCooper, theonad resigned t iromy the AirhVer e pubIns153an d now ting ls
.Therefore says Cooper, the said they were wearing the uni- as the zoot-suit jacket. The Eng. physically able to kick people to orIt stu or year. Franco is now
S ,, Teamsters can put their pickets form-dungarees and leather jac- lish spiv of the war and early death, manufacture their. ownAs a student a Catnoc semi the Republicans.
on wheels and send them any- kets. They spent a considerable postwar years had his zootiph un weapons, indulge in gang wars nary in Rome, he had exchanged
S-. wnherefollowing th rucks. timtn drinking beer and pinching form, as well. murder strangers, run their own nary in Rohe h ora de
In the past, unions, have been the 1irls before they w e rc gun moll, drink liquor and take nis Air korce wiss zor Ine back .
Maal e such roving pickets fa routed, and then threatened ex- I suppose that the psychologists dope, the stocks, as a antidote, robes of the clergy th
l aaS I+ll^.e True thmA bl h t.IMo s__ t- would ma.Sble something here together with the aae skull M 3 satiii ed then
i eto g anepicketin g has bee .d i nc whop "chase't. SI about.. 'erdInstinct group -i ttf the loss of unlfbfmn., a It& really utatlastreporti0py. usin A IT A
U d to the time and place whe nto the street sciousness, desires to attract at- an imposition on ddoleseents. Most nut at last report, the Russians
the truck was unloading. c The stigmata for pur candidates tention, feelings of aloneness, and of them shave whiskers, and some were still suspicious.
SAnd the picket signs had to show for the eventual ele $ric chair, un- the kind of nonsenset hat the more weigh 200 pounds.
clearly that the union had nofight less they beat it on a sympathy sociologically self-fancied column- My own suggestion would be to France Wants More $4
with the customer who was buying rap, seems to be a long, duck. Lists would use to explain Tarzan stick the old-fashioned cop on a e hing that John Dul
the stuff carried on the track tailed, greased hairdos for the Santana, who shot a strange boy beat. so he could rap them over One hing that John Foste Du
The union o had to prove boys, and short bobs a la Italiana for fun. the skull with a night stick, and lea didn't know when he made his
that it wouldl.e useless to picket for the girls. The loys wear leath- The point I make is tha hieves occasionally shoot one-as the surprise trip to see Dictator w ran.
the home plant, far off in some er Jackets and dungarees. The gir generally emulate one another in French say, "Pour encourager les co, Was that Franco seems just
ruril area. wear sloppy sweaters and dun- their plumage, and always have, autres"-but that isn't thought pro as much worried about his posi
'But until now the law has been garees. and that one method of corrective per In a society in which the inno- tion in the United States of Amerin- a aM ING
interpreted to mean that a truck Before the war, the zoot-suiters punishment might be to run a- cent must die po the bums can ca as Dulles seems worried about
is a part of the premises of a who Infested the racier sections against the gang instinct if only live. the American position in Spain.
iRAW rl-l' -IAN 61L" A 141 G plan-a moving par-but still a our cities wore jackes that through haberdashery and other In the absence of violence, we For Spain now tops the list of
R IN TE A' TOF -rHis PAY tart which could be picked, "Silus dropped to the knees, neckties forms of personal riducle. might just hold them up for pub- foreign governments spending
SP I'Y IN THE AT OR WILL WAT I picketing," they call It, and it has knotted as big as your fist, looping Once I suggested that since there lie inspection as what they are, a money to propagandize United
1 SA E NEwAr AO WA0aI WATo M .e been legal. key chains, broadbrimmed pork- was such a long-hair fetish among band of bums, and the effect might States newspapers, radio and the
WME THS IG H NGA WA-UCTiN HOLQAUTAYN So late last July, a number of pie hats. and other easily identifi- the .young thugs, that hair-crop- deter, if not rehabilitate, some of American public generally. Fran-
WHEIIIN TO 1 K SPCTING T2.JA1bR.V Teamsters got into a car and fol. able atrocities against good taste. ping might serve as a punishment. the other bums. We could save co's array of public relations men
COMi 6 O PIK.... lowed a truckload of Swiss cheese I forget what the gang molls wore Few days later I picked up a pa- eventual current in Sing Sing and and legal experts registered with
-,' cc.iw from the Cache Dairy Assn. plant then, because they had not per and saw where a judge had other execution hoaxes that way, the Justice Department as foreign
l-w? ak,, aw. n. in ..malga. Utah. They drove 2.200 achieved their present prominence, sentenced a couple of baby crim- which would be a boon to the tax. agents is greater than that of
*. B -^ rt.. p !k Themiles to downtown New Yor k. but I presume they kept a stickin'- inals to have their ducktails shav- payer, asay other country. gn pd
k* DUMHari 1 There the stuff was unloaded in Significantly these agents, paid
front of the association's biggest to sway United States' public opin-
customer. The pickets unloaded The Ion, are paid indirectly by the peo-
li DAY CENTRAL RELEASE T'he cheese association went to III N ew C rU sade 5t taxpayers. For the Uni
Sthe government. The government States' government s subsidizing Tune in
asiM MAY0, DN IS MO16A VID FARAR asking for an injunction By PETER EDSON be on Spanish solr and w th Iout
m n which would make their pickets this anpport the Frasco regime
r or on wheels illegal. Th-s would re- -- o -- wouldove hebeen in serious eco-
yOUTh PA (IU^ rM F l verIJe current prucies tasuch WASHINGTON (NEA)-A cam testing the name, "Peoples' Cap rise of the American standard of M nwhi e Francos kept press
h paign to use "People's Capitalism" itallem.h living is shown. h. bee talking of late about KRPP
f-' ---^O-O ^" ticketi iJudge Herlands rules that su as a new name for the American His thought was simply to lib- The next-to.the-last exhibit is an warming upto ussa, also a has
... Hcseoom st |JrusKa OP picketmg is unlawful, the way wi ec o n o m c system in its fight crate a word which the Commu- American automatic machine ma e warnm g the United States
be open for isolated or southern against communism has been nists themselves had captured and aing nail4 at the rate of thousands b rather harsh language to step
S^ manufacturers who are being launched here. mistreated, an htJur. Little bags of nails are to t rat ments to Spain The p
-~ ^I I'I IIIlstruck by a union, to load their It was formally unveiled' by What he had in mind was the be given away as souvenirs in nail- up s 'paymentsCOW and the demand ITheI e mni
products on trucks and send them Theodore S. Repphlier, president of frequent Commie use of other cap- hungry countries. omleA to Moscow and thave all the mand
to customers in the big cities the public service Advertising tured words, such as people's de- The final exhibit is an Amermcan r rks of polite blackmail.
SThey would rot then have to wor- Council of America at a meeting mocracles, People's Republic of middle-class, mass-produced house e smiles culminted in an
ry about any picket ines--uie of the National Conference of Busi- China. etc. with all modern conveniences, for Thae interview granted by So- a
local one or effective long di s- ness Paper Editors. Repplier grabbed the idea and open inspection. amazing ieviw gra o-
Sance ones. .tal The idea behind this new cru- began to try it out. Legends throughout the exhibit B C bri
SMART JEWELRY I The employer could actually sade is that the simple word 'cp- Early this year the Ad Council and leaflets to be handed to visi- LANCES B C lbraith
SMAR JHLII .Wwain immunity from pickehtans by has come under bad re- preadet went around the world on tors will explain what "People's tSIDE Gbrit

H -- a --FOR THE | movinghis plants out to areas ......... --.. ..
ai put abroad. It is the number one an er Felowship grant to Capitalism" is.
MODEN MAN for many reasons. He could mov target of the Commies in all their study U.S.71iprrpation Agency and They will emphasize American r
fout to sparsely settled states Ms e propaganda. Voice of Ame'ica program effec- individualism, its opportunity, fr
out to sparsely s states t her In Europe, capitalism is the tiveness. dom of labor, freedom to own prop-
Nevada. Or to states whereohibits name given to the feudalstic car- Repplier found one of the handi- erty, f r e e d o m to engage in
Right to Wrk Laws checkoff tel and monopoly system. In Afri- caps was lack of an adequate business, freedom to own a share -
CASA FASTL um liticn shops anlly hospitable south ca and Asia, capitalism has explanation of the American eco- of American Industrial wealth, ,
Or t poPlitically hosptabe lo become synonymous with coloni- nqmic system for foreignn working through stock holdings and to re-
laws liceommunites i organizers alism the exploiter of backward peeoe. ceive a share of the profits.
orlaws ensingthe union or anize countries mn he returned to America he "Every time. the Soviet props.
for each member enrolled. Trying to call modern capitalism sold the Ad Council on preparing ganda machine thunders against 4
if Judge Herlands preserves Is- the American &jy of life, free en- a visual presentation which could capitalism," said Repplier in pre-
bor's current right of ambulatory terpnrse, the, t system, anti- be set -abroad to explain "Peo- senting his "People's Capitalism"
ptckeutng, the Teamsters can trust economics o& consumerism pie's Capitalism." This exhibit is idea to the business paver editors,
crakng the south d isolated areas ca has not gone over. now prtkaleally completed. Plans "our obvious cue is to thunder
simply by w waiting in or around the The Commie line is still that are being iade to give it a Wash- 'back that a completely new kind
big cities for non-nion go ods to decadent Wall Street ca pitalism" ngtour preview before shipping it capitalism has come about which
arrive by truck or to be truck ed is the enemy and will ultimately overseas. is neither colonial nor feudalistic.
war b th raildepots Theno .be defeated In bi the exhibit begts with Further, that this dynamic, new
pickets could nievent unleadint Stuart Peabody,'v!ce president o an A metla house of 1775 in capitansm is already doing things
norpickets or eve i n other un adinues the Borden Co. and chairman of which a colonist Is shown hand for ts people that under commnu-
The "Swiss Cheree Case" is one the Advertising Council, is given fu n gLails at the rate of six an nism have remained empty prom-
to watch. credit by-Repplier with first sug- bs. By progrIessive steps, the ises for 35 years."

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*:b-.hchool Fine gasrviso- C-feimons1: 1fB p.m. a Saturday Evns-n" and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m
fs p DsiuesioJe-empm Miraculous Medal Novenua 7:00 pm. WIDNT'FDAYS
M l The ned Tuesday. Everwalg and Sermen .... 7:30 p.m I
m or SNhWeery. Iioarte. Catechism Clam: 3P- p.m. en Sunday THURB'AYb
and Junlswr De Sacr Heart Novena: -10 poa. on Holy Communion. ........ 700 a.m.
thwmoe Rwm fr udre Frsday. uGATUN 0
5 ft Btlu"bO I~ctlestu 10eb 4:G0 eor gTe'. Cr G @C h
e asan Sdonaeno wsy e yVen. Mad. let J. ter es,
pb PAL Priest in Charge
.IACULAtt .zzK:Km zN.Mai 11 AAND 3Ud S ANWA 3
S-un-a. Masse., 19 and a a.m. Holy Cca-munlon ......... 1:.0 a.m
atle Alders Mister. Haly Maer a L s amad sA 2nd AND 4th SUNDATS U
ef e l -M 6-S10aeaidmaes hese pe.. HMonrg Prayer
c. e uleash: *6 la to 7 *e Frsda. and Serwron .............. 9-30 an m
a-* Cbhuchl AteMb'raeuleals Medal Nes.z 7; U pm Church Schol each Sun. 10J asam l
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Ameaget The ke casing Sewedey's chnok psge.
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*Methodist Episcopal
BE S. U MICTons ms cHUcE The Si Rev. R. eer Geode., 5.T.D
Anona Blvd. A itrltish Coiner.enTe B cihop
RIMev B. Willam H. Armstems Thie Ver7y ahy aid MaeDemaldt
1aSney Pla1 1-aL g env ]ENDING
Anaon *:0 ait. Prays and wm e ANLUNC ,C
wow initiaW :00 paM =udB m TIHE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
11o5 ,i BEveainn' Prva inl Smms SUNDAYS
to Inb11 aRI Mm MUiTHODI CHUBSB 71:0- a.m Holy Communion.
It bShanar and Melinda Avenue. 830 a n Santa Communion (4th Sun-
Aa deBYCo.... 3-, day).
,, anas Alanticside M:11 .n.. 9 Church School.
Ina' write to 2 uning servi oly 9: .m. cuel Dominical.
I W. ____.____________ :ommunlo m11:00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
o g. S p.m. Sunday School Roly Communion, aFirst Sun-
-"---t T:1 paLo veninm SEricea day;.
.amnl unt a 10 pi. evening Prayer and Sermon.
oapt" *mAB I = .m. Prayer Meeti WEDNESDAYS
S EM UME.'fliTit"UJIl cmuum 8:30 a n.. Holy Communion.
SiMt n s CHRan bow uh l. 71:00 p t Evening Prayer.
it01 um o CSURCHR amebow aCde.Em tHOLY DAYS
Draweraej aOo m u na rvl.ces a s ana W4 a-S" 8.:0 a.m Poly Communion.
pr s l, s -17u 06da ehool f ir all sw at 0 pam .0 a.m Holy Communion.
oNs r 2-11s 1 :4Truedeea nim .Pst prayer meet"ng 8:1s am. Morning Prayer.
",Phone 3-111 _yI apsv _n 12.10 Mi,.-day Missionary Prayers.
Sd a Dp..... 1.*:..., 1-.AE.. CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUD
*"ram Unt n ........... :30 itpm. ,a 1( Third Street. New Criat6bal
avenuin Worship .......... ;0 p The Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
nch Wedrneaday ....... 7 p.m Sunday as: 700 8:0 1000 and Holy Communion ......... 7:130 a.m
Brotnsrtood--4th n00 12:00 a mm. Church School ...........:0 a.m.
pad.ay each month... Holy Day Massa: 5:I. 8f00, 1.5 a.m Morini.g Prayer
Spaun Bible School j and 5:00 p.m. and Sermon .............. 11:00 a.m.
aai. Saturday .......... 10.00.m. Concessions: Saturday, 3:30 to 5-00 (First Sundav. Holy Communions
and7 700 to 8*o0 p.m. Thursday, before Vesper Service and
1irst Friday: 7:00 to 8 00 p.m. Youth Fellowship ........ 6*0 p.m.
MiraCulous Medal Novena: 7100 pAn WEDNESDAYS
o, IMondays. Holy Communion ......... UIJ0 oas
mCtechs elasn' after the 5:00 amea Choir Rehearsal .......... 7 3J p.m.
on Sunday. A House of Prayer for all people.
High School Study Club 6*30 p.m. n COCOU
SWednesday. Church f SL Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
Sunday Masses: 5 55. 7:30 A& :30 aj Holy Communlon.
Holy Day massnc: 5:55 a.m. anJ 5:00 Familly Pravor and Churteb school.
p.m. 5.30o ma,
FPS Maia" eusa Confeslom: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and Moning Prayer and SanIm w am
"rvg A"ilCHR CHL 7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First (HC. fr Sunday in Month).
Balboa e C.ard. Friday 7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer 7:30 p.m.
d27 con uova rd Sacred Heart Devotion 2:00 p.m. at Weekday Prayer 8.00 aa
Drawer "3 Balboa Heights Fridays UOBOZAL
Ma I Baehloastr Catechism Clast 3:15 to 4:45 p.m. o0n 1 e. i S per
Wlndjau il.......... a, aim Thursday Th' Rev. Clarence W. Hayes
agj a ..... .. m. M -8: s Pr Ev erv rriday. 0 fO a m r
Morning .......... a.m OU LADY OF FATIMA-Cf-anle m Eov. "ommuidy nd r.
Baptisati U. la n.n..... 3 *0 n-m nSunday Mass at 8:00 aim. (.C. et. Friday
van" eeiWe .. 1 Holy Day Ma *.t 8:30 p.m. GOAnMOA
1PrayerT meeia W anaConfessions: 6:00 to :46 pJn a o Sat- en Simon's Ch k
ag.;J.. ...... bre.. 0o......OD urdm The Rev. John Spear. Primn Charge
: e tudy u Catechim Claies Saturday 8":0 to 10 SUNDAY S
ndays o .i p ..- ,mi aimn Morning Prayer, 1lt and 3rd.
apit (L Sundays .................. 1020 aJ.
Monday in moth) ........ 7:10 ST. JOBEPU-Paraiso Holy Communion and Ser-
PTT C H Sunday Masses at 7:00 and :1 a.m. mn. 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30 am.
FI T BAIT T CHUe r Holy DayMass at :00 p. Sunday School ........... 3:00 pm.
M"araritaAeue at 5 e Weekday Maaaessa: .. :00 am. Youth Tellowship 1:00 pn
Marrita, Canal Zbne. Confesmons: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and Evening Prayer .......... 7:00 p.mN
Rev. J. J ntLsulntee1, 0ae T6:30 to 7:30. MONDAYS
School........... :4 a Catehm Cla Sunday :00 to 4.m Girls' Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m.
sunday a m10 W ND.............m: WD A 8:30 p m. d 0 aNarDAYS
Morning orhp .......... 11:00 Miraculous Medal Nove 1:00 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermo T:00 p.
Bat raining Uion...... :30 p on Friday. THURSDAYS
ZvenIne Worship ........... 7:45 p.m. Convert Inatruetlonam Thursday 1:00 "HURoSDAYS..unlon ......... .00 a
Brotherhood. Tuesday ...... 7:00 P.m p .m.Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
officers Te hers .n m -- 4h Thursdays .............. 1 p

Mea5 r WednesdayP...... ,A s. -00 pmr:
Prayer Services. Wedn..da7S 1:30 p.m T. VINCEgNT'E---Pasa*i City LA BOCA
W M.U. let & 3rd Fridays Sunday Maase: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m. EL Peter's Church
A.. A.. Sunbeams. Holy Day Mass;: .6:50 and 5:00 p.m. The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
0 Fridaysa, 3 B. .ng. .n:30 p.m. lt dit falls oa Saturday the Masses are SUNDAYS
6:00.snd.:30 a.m.) Choral Eucharist and-Sermon 70 a0m.
Confessions: Saturday 210 0 to 5:00 and Morning Prayer and Church School
u7a r00 to 6:0 p.m. Thursdays before First 10:00 m.
Salvation Armyldr'o i B
Salvation A.eFriday 7:30 Children'sRu.harTtSeE Sndayo 10
MlracloUd M l Nor111a ta-d Baptm. IS pa.a.m
M (Non mLii oel -v li ons of the Cross: "day 10.m. pn sHoly Baptln Smo. n Pm
a5r. 0sm? Catechism Clam: Aftor 830 man mo Evensongand SARon D10as.
THE PACIFIC SIDE Convert Clamt 61: p.m. Tuesday and Holy Communion ......... 7:00 am.
Thursday. Evening Prayer .......... 7:00 p.m.
PANAMA CITY Th---y. except Saturdays, Compllne
genlr Captain and Mrs. M. McDonalald t, .E-MFSA-... C 0 TUESDAYS & 3rd MONDAYS
15 Febnary Street, Phone: 2-20054 STA- B Woman's. Auxiliary ..... 7:30 p.m
1:00 Hoiliness Meeting. Sunday Mass: .30 am. MARGARITA
3:00 Snday School. Holy Day Mass: 6:00 aim. ( It it Church of St. Margaret
7:30 Salvation Meeting. on Saturday-8.30 a.m.) Corne of pav Ave. Brazos Blvd.
Catechism Clan: 3 30 to 85:00 p. on The R v. Million A. Cookiea. Pastor
Lieutenant Pansy Campbel Confeion: 8:00 to 8:30 Sunday. SU Church School
Building No. 100. Phone. 2-28155. T. JOHN APT DR LA SA?30 a m Morning Prnyer and ermon
:3'0 Fuvay Meeting. PAU.Se LefweM lisst S"",,deys, Holy Communioln
3-00 Funday School. Sunday Masses: 6S30 and 8:30 .m 4-30 o.m. Conflrmallon Inaructlomr.
7:30SalvationMeeting. Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon., Thurs ALU du,'
AR AOF, mri and Sat. First Friday mam: 8.00 a.m Church of The Holy Comfort
PARAISO. C.Z. Holy Day Mania:Y6:00 eM. to 6:00 Ven. L B. Shirley. Archdeacon
Envoy & Mrs. L. M ley Ho y M :0 to Every Monday :30 a Holy C
Guiana Slifet. pConfessions. 320 to 4:30 and 1100 to nunion
1!:00 H,.ness Meeting. 8:00 p m on Saturday St. Albans Church
3:00 oSnday School. Miraculou Medal ovna: rlday 7.0 Th, r David A. Osborne,
7:30 Salvation M ,eting. p-in P s ie Y m.DnYag
SATLANTCatechsm Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday SUNDAY Prt In Charge
THE ATLANTIC SIDE Convert Clam: Monday 750 P.m. S.00 san. Choral Eucharist & Sermon
COLON CLNTRAL 12 00 nro.n Infant Baptism
Senor pt. aL sd Mrs. C. Moonmawmy. n., uTb uE -La a 3.00 m Church School
14th Street. Phone: 3-743. Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. (held in Bulidlg R131
11:00 Hi.itinem Meeting. Holy Day Masw: 5:30 p.m 5:*0) p.m. Youth Fellowship
3:00 Sunday School. Confeldons: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. 7 00 Bi vensong and Address
7:30 galvatiet Meeting. Thursday before First Friday :30 p m.. TU1ESO'.Y
Catechism Class: 3:15 p.m on Sunday. 7 30 a.m. Woman's Auxiliary and AI-
COLON 'HIRD STRIET Sacred Heart Novena: 7.00 p.m. on tar Guild Meeting.
Major Edna Elihan Friday.
11:00 Rollness Meeting. Convert Claim: 6:30 pam. on Thursday PANAMA CITY
3:00 Sunday School. Sti. Pal 's Church
7:30 SalvatIon Meeting ATLANTIC- Trhe Vcn Lemuel B. Shirley, Recler
MIRACULOUS MEDAL-Cri6al1 The Rev. Filts AIwell. Deacon
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z. Sunday Maw: 7a00, 8:00 and 10:30 SUNDAY.
Envoy J. GIll. a.m 0 00 a n Sung Eucharist & Sermon
St. Kitts and Jamaica Street. Holy Day Mansses! 6:00. 8:00 a.m and 10'45 a nm Morning Prayer and Church
11:00 HJ'ine Meeting. 5:00 p.m. Schnoo
:00 tLnday School. ConfeCilont : Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and 12.00 nocr Holy Baptism
7.30 Salvation Meeting. O7:00 to- 8:0 pm After Rosary each eve- Vespers
r. W. Mnous Medal Novena: 10 and 8.30 a l Holy Communion
llnin rhiurch 00.m. on Monday. WEDNESDAYS
Union Churches Catechlkm Clma: After 8310 masc on .10 im Holy Communion
S. Pb Sunday. 7:00 Dun. Evening Prayer
heas l Protutasla eqeafl wikF r stnriday ExpoalUon ll day Dur- THURS&AYS AND FRIDAYS
^i t ^S thna First Saturday: Mac at 8.0 a.m. HOLY DAYS
&TABTIB UD HOLY FAMILY CHUC-Havs 6 00 s.. Holy Communion.
Rem csecena Sunday M 1sae: 7:30 and 3:30 am. CHRIST CHLIR(f- Ut-THU-SEA
Cuts of Monbee Av Holy Day s es : 8:00 aJ. and 5.0 --abraimI -.-.
p P'oraens 4.m. Col'd R de P
S Confeosiona: 410.- to 3:00' and 1100 1 (Oppoite Hntel Waihlnptnnt
r..L o. ,Mir acuSe lous HMid Enoema, 7:00 nm. Tv lenry A. Blake. Asitani
U ey.blls Doe. Wi ay. P. Tesliam a rm-DT1:1u pal. on Wednns- 6*. .m Boly Co*n^mu.
"ti SatechlWn Cdn d e 4.00 p.m aThursda Cb*00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
3:41 mil Sunday School for all agea Firt Friday Deotion:7.00 pan I oa? Seer? Evensngadm Se-,
11:00 a.m. Worship service and church-
nUnsroery Wednesday evalng-Choi- rno- WBNIsDAYS
Ray Pastor. HairSday Mana: 5:45 and I 6:05 am Holy Commoan.
..( Bakely.SunDay Masses: 5:4,5 amid 3:00 m 720 o.m EvenIng Prayer and Sermon
1:6 tim. Sunday SOCooL and 1:45 p.m. TH"irURSDAYS
11.00 a.m Worship Service ContfesIons: Saturday 400 to 5:00 and 6.10 Dim Pravr ,uil (
7:'0 to 500 p.m FRID AYS
Masgarib r t.C~ Miraculous Medal Novemam Wedneaday .m ChuLd". tuchariat.
ev.P BL OPaul, Pat6s., g:]S and 7 "00 pm. SATU RD AYS
PhSI 5-145 Sacred Heart Novena: FrIday 1:1S p.m SA"URDAY.-S Copfistlo n.s
*:10lTl B ScHo. Sorrowful Mother: Sunday 7:15 pm 100a.m JnrConfirmat Clain
Sill Wesodto etee nad Convert Cm: 7.15 pri. o Monda 1730 im. Contllite and Meditation.
WS vet Fellewato. Calechaie Clsam 21.00 to 410 Da en Chart.h RAINBOW CT
wsPA news sins Thte S. ettses.
5*35 ^OUR LAM 09003 COU E. The R.ONI Priest In Charge.
I fteR. Osucar W. Msmm, lame Sunday Maces 710 and 8.S0 a~m. SUNDAY S
Bdboa niLiat Sam Pobl0 t. Holy Day sMass: ISO am. and S:00 Sung lucharist ........... 70 a am
i-l lCio Tffllee r s-i vnm. Church School ............3:45 am. p

Rev 'aul Holloway, Pastor
Office. Cuqundu 05
Home, Curuhndu 7If
Sunday School ................ 3:45
Morning Worship ........... 11 am.
Youth Meeting .............. 6 pm
Evening Worship .......... 1 p.m

SL Raphael WI
Holy Rucharlst: Sunday a' _:M f
Tuedava. Wednedab v ied n mrdad v
vt3 a.m.
Sacrament of Unction (IM*Ing *M*
vice) Frst Sunday a eachb month at
7:30 .m
MaNs ammVal hIto ChBmekb
Panama R.P
It R BeT. aones n a,1abvil
Morning devotio a ........ G aLm
Fellowhir Worseham a *..., .11I0 aS.
Sunday School at ...... .... 3:0 Dp.
aIvne Servie as .......... 7.I p.a
54 First Street
Urbanlzaclda El Carmen, PanamA City
liaormal Talks and Discetita

Study Cla snea...... Tburdave. 1eA P.
Rev. Waldable Stewart. Pester
Red Tank. CZ-Sundays, 11 a m. divine
worship; 2:30 p.m. Sunday School 7 30 p.
in. gospel service.
Parque Lelevre. R.P Sth and sit Eta..
No. 40 Sundays. I pm Bible school
Wednesday. Bible redist
Paralo CZ-Sunday. 9 Sunday
School al the u .ammunum.
14138 Eighth Sl.-Celo:
Rev t. W. Graundlon, Paster
Sunday Srhool .............. "30 0am
Morning Worship .......... 10:30 a.m
Night So-vice ............... 730 pjn.
Cer. W'm and Marlase Aroeasnem St
Rey. Wis. J. Johlsos,. Pasta l ,
Sunday school ............. 1:30 man.
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night beverce .............. 7:30 pinm
New Prevldeeoe
MAr. Made ines, Palter
Sunday Srhool ............. 10 00 a m
Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m.
Night 71" vice .............. 7.30 pn.m
lilh SI.-Rio AbIjo
Rev. Wa. J. Jehisen, Pastlor
Sunday School ............. 9:30 a.m
Mornlrip Worship ........... 10-30 a m.
Night nvic .............. 1.30 p.m
First Church e. God
Bldr. 5142-Dable His., C.Z.
Rev Was. LUvingson, Pallor
Mornhig Worship ............ 10 00 m
Sunday Srhool ............. 11 00 a m
Night hivice .............. 7:30 pm
(Full Gospel)
School Gymnasium Heains SL
Rev. ViIan Joknson, mlnisler
Sunday School .............. .30 am
Morning Worship ........... 00 am
Evangelistic Service ........ 1:30 p.m
Thu., Praynei Meeting In
Church Jn Panama City.
(Cor. Q St. and Marlano
Arosenmen I................ :30 pa
Rev. T J. Tuttle, Supt
Phone' Colon 1094-J
2005 Amador Guerrero St
Sunday School ....... 3.00 p.m.
Cor. Randolph and Klamouth Sta.
Rev. a i Mrs. T. J. Tattle, pastors
M Paul BIrysen, Act. paslor
Sunday School .............. 9-30 a0
Morning Worship .......... 11 Io00am
Evangelistic Service ......... 7.30 p m.
T-e. Ga1sel Service ..... 7:. om
Thur... Spanish Service .... 730 nm
Sunday Sc b o o I a are the following
Colon. 4th A GOat., pm.. 4:30 pm.-
Panama 3 p.m, 4:30 p m.
La Boca 3 p, 4:30 m. Chorrlllo
1 om. 4:30 .m
Parque Lefevre 9 am.. 10 a.m. -Pa.
also. No. 101. 3 pm.. 430 pom.
La Boca Town. Rio Abjo. 5 pin..

ore hemld e 7.1J p.m to 83 D .m
CU eC l OF. GOD (Pelerostal)
Rev-. a t. Watson. Overseer
Phone 6-421, Box 253. Gamboa
Church at Paralso. C.Z iRev and
Mrs. Herman G. Whytej, Colon RP.
Rev. Femrndo LatOrence.), Rio Aba6o
Rev, and Mrs. Charles Haynesi. and
CativA tREV. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves I.
Sunday and eekdays serves at all

Posts and Bases
Sunday nU Sool 3 .
Sli............. ..i 10:00
Sudaay do1(Du1IngNo. 14t 3.00
"unALsw t ........... *.. :1
oning W rihip ............. 1045

Yuth GrWum> ........ .30 and o

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Church Time Nursery .......... 1030
Sunday Mas..............30 A& 10:45
Sunday Mass ................... 11:00
Daly Mass ................... 700
Sunday MaS ..i............. S:00
Sunday Mass ................ T:301
Tuesday ..................... 9 PM.
(Combined service for all men of Tew-
iah faith stationed on Atlane Sidel.

Seventh Day

Weekly Services In all Churehe
as follows:
Sabbath School. 3:30 a.m. Divine Serv
Ice, L00 Naj Youth's Meeting, 4:30 p.m
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 7:30 p.m.
WEDNLSDAY: Bible Study and Praver
Service 0 ont
Pacific Side-Panama A Balboa
District Pastor W.H. Waller
fTel 8 1-68431
Cabo Verde, Ave. J r. de la Oaa No.
17. PanamA No. L Jamaica Society Hall
"S" SLt. No 3. Chorrillo. 2fith StL No0 27.
Pueblo Niuevo. 2-A SL. between 3rd and
4th StBe. Rio Abajo. Ilth St. No. 27.
Balboa ChapeL 0644 Gavllin Rd. Balboa
i Saturday only)
Spanish Churches--Panam A Crist6hbal
District Pastor Rubtn Ruiz
PanamA. Calls DarlOn No, Crist6bal
iSth St & Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frijola
District Pastor A. A. Gritde
(TeL 4 101)
Gamboa. Praltt Parkway. iholsa.
Atlantic Side-Colan & Csat6bal
Districi Pastor V. GCNewsnU
ITel. 3".- 81-L1
C i Bt. & Centrl A veiC .
oal" th f& Bolivar Ave.

Jewels Welfare Board Bid 792-X La.
Boca Road, Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Wthkin D rector.
Services Friday. 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
5:30 p.m
iSee aais listings of Jewish services
under Posts, Bases and Stationsl.
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel Ave-
nida Cbhi% and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Panami City Services 8.00 p.m.

"nbe Church of the Lutheran Houe
M Balboa Road. Balbea.
Phone Balboa 273.
Sunday School and Junior and Adult
Bible Clames al 900 a.m.; Worship Setrv.
lcei 10:15 a.m. Regular covered dish sup.
per the second Sunday of each month
at the Lutheran Service Center at 1:30
p.m. Holy Communion the first Sunday
of each month, with a proe-communloa
devotion and regitratloi the Fr i d a I
orevlous at I o m.
(Full Goipel)
At Rebecca Lodge. Balboa Road at
La Bu.I Rd Rev. and Mrs Carl V.
Thompsoii Paiors
Sundz.v School .......... 9-30 a. m
Mornhlv Worhip ....... 11.30 a m
Corner Randolph and Kiam auth Sts
Rev aj.d Mrs T. J. Tuttle Pastors
Mr. Paul Brvson. Ast. Pastor
Phone 3-239M
Sunday School ........... :30 a. m
Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a. m
EvangebitidW Service ...... 7.30 pmin
Tues. Goeel service ...... 7:30 p. m
Thur fv;nish Service .... 7:30 p m


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Srnoodyging the latest models

designed by famous [Parisian and

other &uropean artists

c A is 2Quarter illionT

Collar Collection

(including reproductions of historically
famous diaminonds:

The Orloff, The Kohinoor, The South Star)

will bt shown from November 12th to 14th
at the Duty Free Store HOTEL EL PANAMA
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

SOth.t Churchis
CRUMc3 or TO MASumn
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Malsterl iRev. RKo 0,. Nolme
emSOL. Ancon. C.Z. t alboR M
Sunday School .........
Mmlln Warshlp p......m... *e aM
YTOOh S .eic .......... :4 P.m
venting TService ...... ., :30 pa.M
HJr.M.& Service .......... Mip P.m
Prayer Moelng. W d. .... 4;'A pm
PwamA R J'. P23rd Strep ait
Rev L N. Brewl. aflier
Divine Worship ........... 3:3S a.m
Sunday Sbhool ... ...... 1:00 pSm
sunday Masses .. .......t 1:N U :45
sit, n lit a Jl SUEB .' bMeun 0
MeetlnRm Thursdays at 7:3 p.m. and
Sunday at 4.00 pm. Wan Memorial.
8O lbplb. Road. Balboa,

Sunfldy meeting In the JW3-USO. LA
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Prilst-
hood 830 oam. Meeting: Sunday School.
3:21 a.h.: Sacrament Meetnll. 10 S0 am
Atlantic Slaeh
Building 200 Schoolhoue Rood.
Gatin, Canal Zone.
Telephone, Galdn 364 Or Crlut6bal 337
Sunday School 10.00 a.m. Sunday Sac-
rcement Meeting 6.30 p.m. Prieshood
Meeting 6:30 p.m Wedneday Prinary
5:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meet-
ing an anotunced.
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Alma Maler Names Florida Gov. Urges Students To Stop

'64rad' Year Thinking Of Politics As Dirty Word

OXFORD, Ohio, Nov 12 (UP) GAINESVILLE, Fla.. Nov. s-- word and warn our children to
The Univerity of Louisville oday (UP -Gov. LeRoy Collins urged keep clear," Collins said. "Yet
informed the Rev. A. L. Kershaw student leaders and old grads at government is the instrument
he has been nmedaralumnus of the University of Florida last through which all the people work
the yearv night to quit thinking of politics towaiu their common goal aid
Tie Rev. Kershaw, who gained a as a "dirty word" and take an ac- politics is the art of getting that
fame when he competed In TV's tive part in state government. work done." rog i
$64.000 question show as a jazz Collins' homecomig banquetI "You, who were the campus
expert and stopped after he won speech to the honorary Florida leaders of the past, are the lead-
$32,000, will be honored by the Blue Key was the only solemn ers in your communities now. But
university at an alumni banquet note today as an estimated 40,000 how many of you are in govern-
tomorrow. students and out-of-town visitors ment service! Several, but too PATRIOTS--ThiN .Mw W
whooped it up with an hour-long few, I fear. I say to you, what stamp honors the Liege Vom-
PORT K.osa _soparade and three hour "gator are you doing out there?" teers,who helped malemBhllinm
Satu'daU """ "......... growl' pep rally in preparation Coll:ns made only one mention an independent monarchyy. it
Sunday ....... ....... 7'6 anid :oo for today's football clash with of current issues when he point- shows a part of the Soub
SSpaniash 8:90 Tennessee. ed out the President's commission painting, "Departure of Lge
Daily .Ma................ .. Every political leader of note in on inter governmental relations volunteers of 1830." .Stamp
Saturday Ma-i ............... :: :00o Florida, Including state legislators has reported an equitable system marked the opeRing of ths' "4
and the state's congressional del- of legislative reapportionment is manticism in the Provblao. 0m
U S NAVAL STATION. RODMAN egation, was on hand to listen to I an important part of state govern- Liege" exposition In that' t.
Sunday Ma. .............. 9:30 a.m the speeches, select a university nent.
Daily Mass .................... .4 p.m
ALBiHOUK AIR FORCE BASS beauty queen, eat barbecue, watch Ite:erring to plans of the South.
Saturday ..................... p.m football and do a little politicking., ern Governor's conference to de- dium was the high point to.
Saturday KO..................... Collins told his listeners in the velop nuclear energy for industry night.
Tuesday ...................... 7 n.m huge Florida gymnasium t h a t in the South, Collins said he ex- The students yelled themsmlv
Divine Warship ........... I30 pm state and national government peced the University of Florida hearse, building up spirit for te-
ewish must continue to progress daily "in a few years to become the morrow's big game.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE or stagnate, nuclear energy research center of Today, University Preaident pr.
satuina-, ................. 4:00 p.m He reviewed the increasing com- the South." J. Wayne Reltz., Supreme -.Court
FORT KOBBE plexities of business and the pro- The 1955 legislature appropriat- Justice Steven O'Connel and'oth
Satura...) .................3:00 p.m. fess!ons since his college days at ed $500,000 to establish an atomic prominent figures speak at a-ts-
ATLANTIC SIDS Cumberland University in Tennes- reactor at the university. cession of breakfast meetings
FORT DAVIS see in the 1930's, but said a "ba- But the minds of he students The John Marshall Law School
Morni Woramp ............... 11:00 sic antagonism" toward govern- were more on revelry than poli- will lampoon all public figures in
nny School ................:30 ment on the part of the average tics. A 125-unit, hour-long home- song and satire, and state legisk-
Morning Worship............... 11:00 citizen has kept government from coming parade tied up ciy rat- tors will get together at a barVe-
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION keeping step with business. fic during he afternoon, and the cue in the gymnasium just beisf
natSWorahi ..'.........- 1110 "We think of politics as a dirty huge "Gator Growl" in the sta-I the 2 p.m. football game.


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Bert Labhr was walking along the hair dye champ w wYork olf tim s t
.street going from reearsals for be. Hkesa it of a ew tint 1 ew York a olf shout
;;NBC4vs "The Great Waltz" to every nee n a while. Or saybe 13Becky Sharps 7 Island ., Junch. He was being steered to a he's just practle the od 1y- schoolmate 0 Meadow 25
"*fancy restaurant. ass, bair today. Mbld arrow. 14L1artts 9 Substance 27
"Couldn't we go to the Auto-. 16 Fber aoti 10Traps 28
nmt?' eahr said. He was In- Imogene Coca's tramp outfit- 7 Scottish 13 Genus of
formed that a star of his stature she wears it in bher new nightelub sheepfold ducks 30
ahouldt veta at the automat., aet--is not simply some beat-up 19 Three tmes ISLocation 34
SLar Is me of the last of the!old stuff. It's made especially for (omb. rm) I1Always
practicingg theatrical clowny, and Iher and costs M1100. Men, aren't 20 Crafts (poet.) 35
'be a mys the market for clowns Is you glad your wives like plain old 22 Symbol for
pretty bearish these days. expensive dresses? selenium
"'There are only two left on TV: 23 Encounter
iartha Raye and led Skelton mtee Alea's latest gimmick Is 24 Black buck
And not a single clown In a Broad- making up names for movie stars 26 Invert
way show. Hey, isn't that an Auto- -maspired bya smeh itatlng 29 Beverage
mat over there?' names as Tab HBater and Reck 31 Cooking
It was, but a steady tug on his Hadson and the ikhe. 'e's eome up utensil
sleeve got him past It, safely, de- with Tab Collar and Belt Upright 32 Cleopatra's
spite a wiatful pleading in bis: as samples. His listeners have snake
clownish eyes. been sending la sggestims, aud 33 Devotee
"I like the coffee in the Autmat here are a few: 34 Began
Taes got bad for clowns .on' A country bumpkin type-Clod 38 Roof edges
' Broadway when Rodgers and copper; a willai--Sledge Ham.- 42 Number (pl.)
Nammersteai came along. The mer; a smaus character actor- 43 Preposition
story became the thing in a musi- Shrimp Carry; a western here-t 45 Unaspirated
cale. There was no room for a Rip porter; an adventure leading 46 Acting is an -
clown anymore-they're not writ- man-Swash Backler. with hi W
ing shows with a clown part. Gee, i How about ne for a columaJst? 47 Follower
I love the Automat. don t you?" -Flash la the Pan. 48 Female saint
Fonrtately, Bert Lahr was able; Dikk's Quickie: A chorus girl at (ab.) -
to go from an out-and-o t clown The Steak Pit in Paramus, N. J., 49 Depended |
Sto more routine character parts, 'was heard to tell her boyfriend, 52 Expunged
gad he eantimes to make a good i-id marry, but I dread the in- 55 Pester
living. (His Automat craze has;security." j 5 Eanter
nothing to do with the condition of, -- 57 Sea eagles
his wallet, which Is healthy.) I Studio Guest i At Rober t Q. i 58 Goes by
Lewis' CBS-Radio show: How does steamer
Humor in America is always that proverb end about glass
changing. You have to change with hos.? What ia it that people who
it. In England it doesn't change live in glass houses should not do?
as. much-low-down comics are, Lewis: Anythin with tbhe
still big there But here it changes lis An g
j1 the time. Used to be the dialect s
: coiedians, then the clowns and
now You have to b_ -sophistacated..
I m lucky, I can change." '
Hes a been changing and now he A
wears a pin-striped suit and he
looks like a banker and the 3oung- A
sters love him as much as the
old-timers and the only thing that
doea't change Is his passion for
the Automat. He didn't make it
that day. |

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Don't ever sner at your TV
get again. It's fun of culture. Now
evea opera Impressaries are re-
eralting stager from TV. The new-
Set lyric sopre witi the New,
York City Center Opera is a pretty :
thing aamed Beverly Sills who
was fouad siaging on "Opera
Cameos- if opera borrows from
TV amymere. pretty es well see
*Tristam Uad Purante."
Lloyd Nolans' qteel ball secret is,
out. Playing Capt. Queeg in "The
Caine Mutiny Court Martial," the
two steel balls he nervously rolls
around are a vital prop. He
played the part on Broadway, then -
. left the steel balls behind. Now
be's going to do it on TV, and
Consequently needed a new set.
% 'bere does one go for steel
" balls? Well, Nolan went to a pin-
bail company, and got a pair for Tui
Then he had them soldered
t via a this chain, so they'll .
meom out, of his pocket as a unit
ad won't oll away if he drops
enm Phew, that's a relief-now
e can all get some slee .
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4' t 3 u1wv Cerie r Jsor a 2-1 per cent pay boost) -A "
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al N u u the three years; Wage nereases prove ins
ra4laft make tatr eTn ehJUJ date the old watkins
aca nBas ork ty ee Nav WsR:illed worhs will rccvs an iTA on rer C L
.Cana, le Aad -u kn De CL J- DCnTROIT Nova 1a (UPLa --CIO addoAieaonae e2pght-cent hourly 'ten-nand a thee- St a er
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4W1Ife.,b&nI sO Tcre United Au rkt e a rase and an auste
d m eritf h A Written for Nl.A Sn l e usaid today their new thiec-yvcar -
Paa,.manI "t4oe '.Ino e.- p byib n. -ofcontract with Packard DIiosiEon!.i..,-.
Socb. rE..n. 0 *. m ees w b h aStudebaker-.Ptekard Corp.. w'RiEtch'
...."--- includes a guaranteed wage plan, h OL m
u NORTH 26 is "the bnst auto industry." C
SDesign And Construction 4 KQ 7 Company a nd union negotiators- ear "Re
Wll Be Subject Of Talk V 109 5 4 reached agreement yesterday onP lCaR
'zne November meetAng of the *AKS the pact covering ome 3000 NOW ONY $2.25 A
Panama Section-American Soie- Q 107 Pakard workers in the Detroit GE LECTION NE SELECTION
ty Civil Engineers wili be held WEST EAST area. A UAW spokesman said the
in the Tivoli Hotel Monday at J 84 6523 contract "fully meets the pat-e A small down-payment willo
7:30 P.M.V AQ7M KJ832 tern" of contracts between the'old your Xm records.
.Cop Hugh Arnold, Engineer-1 7 52 union and Ford Motor Co. and'
Ing and construction erector, of 4$6432 4985 Geneial Motors and Chrysler Cor- Azcarr3ra -- "FESTIVAL
the anama Canal Company will orattons. T PANAMA
speak on the design and construe- 6 A SOUT D A Packard spokesman said the
t lon of the Arnold engineering and 4 A 1S03 pact competes favorably with oth. th
development center which he su- lert industry settlements'and con- th .N2sen
pervised while serving as district ni 109 4 Itains an economic package which DO
Engineer, Tullahoma i s t r i c t. A K J "'isstrictly in the new industry
Corps of Engineers,. from 1930 to North-South vul. pattern."
e. South seth We N h t UAW Vice President Nor m a n ile!
.The. South Central Tennessee 4 Pass 2N.T. Pass Matthews said although the guar-"
Air Corps project including Su- 34 Pan 34 Pass anteed wage plan provides saa
personic wind tunnels, jet engine 34 Pass 44 P pR.O samn economic terms as other h Disregard the prier
W t ~. testing and evLa C on instalua- 4 Pasn 4 pas s contracts, it is the "best in the D AE
tions, and various other research anss Pass auto industry" because of sever

and testing fait 5 bl Opening a tlesd.-i#idsty because tls h a o|nee
sructed with Mionthly expendi' ..e an R U
tures running as high a $10.000,-r
Sthe tper month. Mission Women at a. es
Wives Club You usually need 33 points Inea I eij tmete areht slee lis volume i r Panama. n le.
Vh o ri n hThe Nava l Officers' Wives' Club he n rtTraidoallam.eIn adfferiss ono r.
T a en Id a a The women of the Mission l eStates d oer countries, mainly beuse it doe
will hold thesr monthly meetnll but in today's hand North andbmake their Cororate Communion cthediie s with your hi.tps n ic '
arTuesday Nov. 2 insteadof the South managed to bid a very intel and present their united thank of- otherwl bother the sc l p
Regular third Tuesday cauhe O lgent slam with only 29 points. firings at the 7:30 a.m. Sung Eu L neverfals

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th e n eem bridg fvsayhe wBelheR tsIe n- key to their uruccess was prop charist. Sunday, at St. Chri stph-b thepbli of an
Vista Homer being given by t h e er evaluation of a singleton. er's.
Inter-American Wonvens' Club on At :30 p.m. the church school' u ui B
Show ath the Tivoll'Guest House 'tomorrOw me et i n the Tivoli patio with the program. n forTthe.samNO H T S wh ilstthta akghpn o I di tAp t

Monare d At ar e Mr. donation ro hers lamri steas calars Kt hwhenh isfprt- por am. n in Gaddi tiontoh ha o inle-o'N on s"" BL H HStet- TeLH 2- Pana a
exhibition to make I aof minute arrangements. Left to right In thb picture are Judy Lindsay, The meeting will be held at the ner responded with two no-trump, citations, addresses, and skits, -,
Kay Davis, Belltty Crowe, Norma Jso ks and Lay ne Taylor, friends and daughters of members of Community Center, 15 Naval Dis.- since this bid shows only 13 tO wards will b printed to desr. F R ACIA REX C LON
the Canal Zone Art League and the Canal Zone branch, National League of American Pen trict at 12:30 p.rn The luncheon 5 points. South did want to warn ilg students. es
Women, cob-sponsors of the show. The public is cordially invited to attend the tea from 4 to will be buffet and the club is hon" his partner about the singleton0'
6 p.m, tomorrow, at which exhibition awards w ill be made, ored to have as r peker, M J heart, so he went out of his way
---ebAr Bapl we 70ey Smithe, who wD. .present a to bid boe h of the black suits i
RA program ofI interest m all includ- without going past threeuno-trump. "
nfor the evening presented Mr. M. ing information on Panamanian
CARMENd AGIZELLAOD RA E K....nBaley who gave an illustrat- cooking. Mrs. Smith 1 one of aIf Nothi'spades andhearts had PLAN TO ATTEND CHURCHtiT S SUNDAY
BIRTHDAY WITH LUNCHEON ed talk on traveling through Mee- the most prominent authcrites on been reversed. he would have gone
FloDrpLuis rsA and s.. obe obyd eanh ld Ico. With color slides of the trip native cooking in Panama. Her on tothreenotrump sincenghoe h h
Foreign Minister and Mr. Albert Boydga luncheon fm Laredo Texas through the prime objective has been to in- would =have conderabtle strength
it their home Wednesday to celebrate the birthday of their cities and villages of Mexico, Mr. form people of food values and opposite his partner's singleton. FTri
daughter, Carmen Giell. Bailey wove hjs story as vividly significance of native foods grown As the cards actually lay, how-
r iM as a bright senap te. m in this areta. rae' ver, North had no hghcards in AT THE....
rmaassador To Mexico sided. Tt was. voted upon to ouakehers Members attending the meeting where it was clear that ..
osed At o'Dt ner a donation to the Christmas Seal were Kathleen Huffman, Mary N I South had a singleton. In as u c h BALBOA HEIGHTS, C Z.
His Excellency the Ambassador Fund for the prevention of Tuber- Danielon, Norma Du Vdy,' -Nancy OatsM o Gul cases e slam can usually be made
of Mexico Rafael Fuentes gave a culosis. Plans were' made f o r tRamsey, Mary d d y, Kay Mtets Monday aloit a rit
dinner last night at ite Embassy each detail of the "Breakfast in Kliontz, Eva Harte, Jean Coffey Members of the American Guild wth only 9 points, and North 9:30-BIBLE H L (lasses for al ages)
residence in honor of the Panama- Hollywood" to be given Dec. 3 at Clyde Parker, Ruth Morris, Doris of Organists sthmian Branch very prerly went ight to the
nian Ambassador to Mexico, Eu- 9:00 a.m. at the Elk's Home in Leeser, Joyce Burkart and Betty will meet on Monday evening, at slam in diamonds. 1 I0:40-"THINOS WHICH CANNOT BE SHAKEN"
sebic A. Morales. Amotth guests Brazes Heights. Invitations were Slaughter. Pledges present were 7:30 at the hofe of D. D ei hePlay required only der- (Studies In Hebrws eb 1:1-2
were: the Minister for Govern-sent to lading Canal Zone, Navy, Joanne Reccia, Anna May Butch- ley, 630-A Ancon, where they will ate Care. West opened a trump, CHILDREN'S CAMr.
men and Justice Alejandro Re- Army and Panamanian men to r, Diane Dare, Barbara Ego hear recordings made by Organist d declared won and returned ( s )
men, Minister of. the Treasuty act as judu for the many priz- Betty Allen, Dorothy Clausnitz E. Power Bi on th d or heart. e defenders won and leda
Major Alfredo Alemai, Dr. Rlcar- es to be given for the funniest and Alice McGann. Ruth Morris gans of Europe during his recent another trump, which was won :n
do A. Morales, Mr. Juvenal Cas- most unique and most beautiful will be hostess at the next meet- concert tour. A commentary on dummy. wo n( i:
trellon, Dr. Luia Carlos Aleman hats to be-worn by each I a d y ing scheduled for Nov. 3, a 7:30. ithe rdiffeswilreantdthes of orgas used :.PEII SN
and -,r. Jan A. Morales. Present. io aaWtherecordingswillbareadby.Sutr
S-' l Eva MradiChirIman of t* Earl C. Koeney. Alley organs "OF BOOKS AND SLOTHS"
S sa e,8r te o and choir directors are-orda tothe queen ruffed another he
eMr. Vitihh I ts t"reInvitemd to attend this meeting. entered duim) with a spade t(Moody Institute of Slance lisa filmed the life t Sloth n
Mr me -r Tap e oriit o naetth, "service. ai are Chrst a-t 4 hCorad to findeteIlepn vi t)
nis ll e ummy's last bout, am o rr Colorado and l Gtun Lake and en us plet of

d Lay e t O M They will forget wa dir o"inilpicked up West's last trumpr-
stay at t intel Mo nem. Mr. nme ity.adallowed South to discardSEPAATIONOF HURH
andi Mns I. :Z..Oglesby w ill give Mary DanielN, o4pi a chair c atesto
iNo n u n e present yWhle en route to a spot where the adein he was now out ofNURSERIES PROVIDED R WILLIAM BEEB Speaing
ci many we outed the bry merte- mude Shirley, es B.Dn dact o e dog-catcher planned to S.oot a trumps. South easily made the rest US t POVDDe. W
day chantsof Colon. It was announced song service which begins at 7 p stray dog, the animal b e g a, n ao the tricks with high cards In the,
St ie l that no tickets would be sold at A Sunday at St. Paul's Chrhthran trund dshargd"
thedmoela maybe obt Iadditiondb Bishop G Der n :w the panel truck and discharged
A Frpazee irld' the door, but may be obtained Ithe gun, wown the dog-chatch-
T-ttic SocalclubN w IIIfrom anyrmembe of bymcalling also deliver the sermon for theSan d g-h
jive Style Show at bulMdin 257 one of The three reservations num- occasion. r in the foot.
rance Field at 7:30 in. Mon- ere, tickets' would be delivered.
day. Gowns fom t t of Co-eDolyStyleswilltakeoreservations La
lon will be modelled. at 5-577, Kay Lontz, telephone a UCr .
--- number 3-1 uand Norma Duvoll TH RSDA CENTRAL RELE SELI
Baek.lFro.Stateft At the conclusion of the bust-FRE
Miss Shil t alhoun returned nes- meeting, NancyRamsey EIn
fromi vacation In the States yes- charge of the CUltural Program ,/-
terdas. $,hesp ent two weekv.R,
iting bet sitter wn! brotheri- ls-'[ NamvyA,

e te-r attended Hospital Corps school as

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meat a devotion to her husband...

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"W phone Panama 2-SO2

Peckam Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
. Leari Riding at
a &dg j JvmPln clom dolls
p- 5 p.m. P.hone -0279
r by ppointmentmt.

'W shape your Finure"
I fmos MeLo" y Me hMacin"
fdhab Massage a a-lB
(Dr. chols)
Jaole Aroeselal Pf. 3.2ll

l ingual Services
"!$ Be Conducted
1'morrow Morning
| Ungual services will be con-
Sby the Methodist Church
LE wat 10:45 a.m. In the
tatlr Cristobal Union ChuWrc

dut Bible classes will be held
,1:30 before the services in
and Spanish.
be pastor Us Rev. Louis M.
it, who will be assisted by
Oberto Peres recently return-
to Panama following the
pletlon of his university
k at Dakota Wesleyan in
tchell, 8.D.

Peres will work especially
0 al youth program






Tune in!

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Agencias Internal. do Publicaclones
No I Lottery Plaza
Central Ave. 45

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M 2 "B" Street
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FOR SALE.-$50: sfa-bod with.
green print cover, 2 utility ta-
bles. Petanen. Blboea 2585.
FOR SALE:-FrTgfdaire, 7 cubic,
feeto 60-cycle, exollent condi-
tion. Curundu 2015-A. Phone

FOR SALE:- Philippine Rattan
living room set, 8-strand 9 pieces
$450; new solid mahogany bed-
room set $350; metal dining
room set $50; modern mahog-
any buffet with glass top $50;
G.E. radio phonograph console,
25/60-cycle $200; Coldepot re-
frigerator 11.6 cu. ft., 55-lb.
freezer, 60-cycle $200; Detroit
Jewel gas stove $45; mahogany
single bed' with spring and mat-
tress $25; portable radio 25/60-
cycle and battery $12; portable
sewing machine Kenmore 25/-
60-cycle $50. Phone office Bal-
boa 1532; home Panama 3-
FOR SALE:,- 8/2-ft. Westing-
house refrigerator, good condi-
tion, needs paint $50. Panama
FOR SALE:-All the furnishings
of ar house. 43rd Street No. 5-
21. See it on Sunday.
FOR SALE:--One Zenith radio,
12 tubes, floor model $65; one
Frigidaire, '8-cu. ft., going for
$140, good condition. 12thOct-
ober St., House 3-36, Room 1.
FOR SALE: 3-speed record
player "DOecca," excellent buy.
House No. 16, 12th Street, Rio
Abaje. Phone 3-2969.
FOR SALE: Dressing table,
mahogany desk, wicker chairs,
tables, encyclopedia, misc. itdms.
Home 141-X Gamboa. Phone


FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Monterrey sedan, red and white,
power brakes, radio, etc.
Leaving Isthmus in I week. See
at YMCA, Balboa,. Phone 2839.
Leave message at desk.
FOR SALE:- 1951 Buick Spe-
cial. Best reasonable offer. Quar-
ter. 2463-B Cocoli.
FOR SALE:- 1953 Buick Rivie-
ra, new w/s/w tires, radio, heat-
or, low mileage. Phone 87-4102.
FOR SALE:-'49 Ford Sedan, ra-
dio, overdrive. 3 now tires, near-
ly good condition, $300. Call
Room 207, Hotel Roosevelt.
FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Super
4-door, good as new, only 8000
miles, radio, new spare tire, duty
paid, $2500. Phone Panama 3-
FOR SALE:-1953 Tudor Chev-
rolet, 18,000 miles, power glide,
new tires, battery, Al condition,
1200. Balboa 3551.
FOR SALE:-New Opel Station
Wagon, duty paid, undercoated,
special paint job, $400 off list
price. C. R. Vandergrift, 3-
FOR SALE*- 1955 Morris Ox-
ford black, 2800 miles, $1475.
CalH Balboa 2874.
FOR SALE:-Hudseon fordor, ex-
celleat condition, 2-tone paint.
Priced to sell. Phone Panama 2-
5562. c
KOR SALE: '49 Nash tudor,
good running condition, recent-
ly painted, it converts into a bed.
$300 cash or $90 down, $21.50
monthly. Call 2-5493 from 7 to
1 :0 p.m.

Magsaysay Halls All Isthtnlan

Victory As Support Elks To Award

Of Pro-US PieAs Scolaships
MANILA, P.I. Nov. 12 (UP)- ,
The opposition Liberal Party ad- e siciig with shool-year 1956
mitted defeat yesterday in Tues the Isthiian I. B. P. 0. Elks wil
day's elections and President RI award scholarships through its
men Mageaysay hailed his 9Iacio Education Department.
nalista landslide as a popular el Already, centeats are underway
dorsemnet of hi. proAmqr.caB in alU youth dartmento for the
policies. selection of eaiddatos. These in-
"I .am deeply grateful for this Fontleroy Clarke and his staff,
reaffirmation of t e people's vonfl- stltue and Edward McLeary of
dence," Magsaysay said. "I take Artes Y Oficios. .
this vote to be an approval of our The committee assigned to this
policies, both foreign and domes, task is the Regional Director of
tc." I Elks Youth (Jr. Elks) Department
Liberal Party General C a m pI Fontleroy Clarke and his ataff,
ign .Manager Cornelio Villareal Herman Cox, Lawrence Duncan,
conceded defeat in the off-year Felton L. Gill, Jr, of Justice Lodge,
elections as substantial retu rn Carlton S. Mullins, Kenneth Bayne,
pointed to a big Nacionalista vie- Leroy A. Dottin of Mt. Olympus
tory In both the senatorial and Lodge, Romeo Miller. John Jo-
gubernatorial races. seph and Wesley Bennett of Au-
Eight Magsaysay candidate rora Lodge, Bill L. Reid and the
wbre leading for contested senate Committee on Youth for Eyrie
seats. Thirty-eight Magsa ys a y Lodge, and Bill F. Gill and his
candidates were ahead in races Committee on a-uh for Unity
for 52 provincial governorships. Lodge.
MagsayaY srpngest political Plans are underway on both
foe, -Sen. aro M, Recto, was the side of the Ist us for a variety
y opposition candidte winning program first a the Pacific Ser-
a senate seat- and later returns vice Center, and others to be an-
can -still defeat hhim. Recto once nounced later. -
accused the president of "subserv-
ience to the United States. Coan You S y

Funeral Servjces There's No Love?
Tomorrow t 4 PM ,RDI.i.,i 12(UP)

For Mrs. Richards
Funor ueraervices wibe held
tomorrow at 4 p.m. In the Weale-
yan Methodist Church here for
Mrs. Henrietta Richards, who
died Thursday In Santo Tomas
Burial will follow in the Ama-
dor Guerrero Cemetery.

United Mas of A.aoles-.CUI Zone
U)JSrlet of the Cana Zoe
Libel In Pruoannam w ,th re At-
tachne l. and In a.n.
Thoms R. wllaams. )'. wuIimM.
um-W wnum. Ichabod T. WUHama.
i3.o Taet C. W. Thep
%.a nuIous c. o. Tm n. T..
a tn, .doi.a .n ,un -
der the f a nae and tyle lebot T.
Wilu -amnst -
Stamwl.ipanpl HiABino matowm as
the Tolia. her9 enines. boler. ete.
and Compwln Macial i de navamelt4.
sA... awla AAmrteIs Shipptl. Lne.,
Wbeea. on the 9th day of Novamber.
IS. Thnuu a. W at al, filed a
Libel Personam wh orean Attach-
meat, en; In Ram. In the Di.t Cour
of the United StsWl or the istr0et of
theCl tIZene amd I the Si.p
mgiats. hown t athe Tpmea. -
aL. etc._ In a cause of Coa -
Civ. il and iWI
And we. W vtu of proc In
due farns of ltoa0w.o ired. r-
iorname an ath I ofr Novaib

ano pw wo e ot stal
INK bowDo -oW _.he Sold
jrd A .M101016 known as Telm,
ESliM2,S av hew her i sM
kW wil l t a B to
s i V I S.
it jjrIE-n,
on day o,

r 1WBa* of
'laHnd fl^as owner G 0-10001
ft-/M owB,"!LKs Jm

Love. ,%
Mrs. Love, 57, appeared in cir-
cult court to testify in hef di-
vorce suit against her husband,
Walter, whom she charges with
She said he sold 'their farm
for $80,000 and kept all the
The Loves have 16 children.


ATTENTION 4. 1.1 Just built
modern franished aiopets., I.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold watex
Phone Penamn 3-4941.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
mont on Sn Francisco Highway-
No. 120, bde Roosevelt The-
ater, overlooking S.A.S. Cen-
missary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:- Furnshed apart-
ment $45. Home convenionies,
comfortable, N or t h Amvricas
neighbors Phone 3-0471 ,
FOR RENT-Beslt located, fur-.
nished 1-rom apartment. Clet
and cool. 43rd Stree No. T3.
FOR RENT:- Newly furnmshd
and unforished apartments.
Contact Alhambra Apprtmentsa
10th Stot 8061, telephone
1386, Coles.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart-
meat, living ooam, inintg oomi
2 bedrooms, stove, refrigerator.
Bells Vsta, 43rd Stret No. 44.4
FOR RENTY-Medern two-bed.-
room apartment, mid's room,
garage. Ave. Ecuador 20, Tale-
pfione S087.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
meat, one big bedroom and,
bath, Frigidaire $50. Phone 3-.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished I and
2-bedrkom apartmens, faingf
the se. Uruguay Street No. 2.

Tchakkowsky alle

Numbers Feature

Of Varety Night
The monthly "Variety Night, a
popular program of entertainment
preseations, will be held tomor-.
row at 8 p.m. att he USO-JWB
aratnd Forc Sery Center.
rThe program will present sivtr
tty variation from chalkowfsy
keepingg Beauty" obaet by 0t-
lUTeje, Karen Mgavon,D
lia ace and Giell -Vasquez,
Itud A rTof the fami Anna Lud-,
miia, director ofthe iat depart
ment it he Nalonal Scbool ef
Mrs. Ruh rabrea, ofWla ae-
compansst for the School of Dance,
will accompany the dancers.
Original compositibns with lyrics
and music by Pfc eyour Krani-
er, which will include "Sarita,"
"Im Afraid of Losing You," and
"Cockle 'a Doodle Darling.' The
ballet, "Sugar Plum Fairy" varia-
tion from the "Nutcracker Suite"
by Tchaikowsky by OtUla Tejel-
ra; magician's holiday starring E-
rik the Gerat. ., t

Drama presentations by P(c
James Givens.
Vocal selections by Mrs. George
Schwartz, wife Of SP3 Geor g e
Schwartz, Fort Clayton. Pvt. Ed-
ward Fink, accompanist for theI
Lifeliner Chorus, will accompany
Mrs. Schwartz, a ntwcomer to the
field of entertainment at the USQ.
JWB. Club; ball "Lilac Vari-
tions" from the "Sleeping Beaut-
ty", Karen Magnuson; piano solo
by Pfc Benjamin Whitten which
will include "Gigpe" by Bach
"Three Etudes" by Schuimann, an
'Claire do Lune" by DeBussy. Pf
Ben Whitte,. accomplished pia4-
ist of the 2d MPJ~o., Fort Clay-
ton, is a graduate the Peabody
Conservatory of Music in Balti-
more, where he taught prior to
his ar y, career; vocal present*-
tions by t-c Warren 'Rusty" Slo-
cum. He will be accompanied by
Pfc Sy Kramer; ballet, excerpts
from Symphony in C by Bizet;
barbershop, quarett by the "Jun-
gleAires". .Members of the popul-
ar winning barbershop quartet are
Jerry Hayter, Paul Helton, John
WUiliamson and Maurice Alfred.

Hearings Resumed

On Dixon-Yales Issue

Congressional hearings on the con
troversial Dixon-Yates power con-
tract were resumed today.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (DTenn).
chairman of a special antimono
poly subcommittee conducting the
inquiry, said Asst. Atty. Ge n.
Warren Olney II.- was to test
. Obey is in charge of the Jus
Department's criminal divi
Robert McDowell, director of
the Security & Exchange Commits-
slon's division of corporate regu
nations, also was to appear as a
President Esenhower ordered
the contract caneeled after the ci
ty of Memphis, Ten., made plans
to build a municipal steam plant
to meet the power neess of that
Uder te ea *the Dixo
Yats tsiity grp sws i build a
steam gener, le .. West
"0 Ark.. l F 0 N0

BOX 2031. ANCON. C.Z.


OQUARISTS: 3 pairs Neon
Tetras for only $2.5'0, are Leaf
Fish $1.20 pr., Headstander
PET SHOP, 49 Via EspaAa. Tel-
ephone 3-5411.
FOR SALE:-20 watts High Fid-
elity amplifier, Garrard RC 80M
record player, with diamond sty-
lus, Harvey Wells VFO. Call Co-
lon 956-J or Archie 1-1251,
FOR SALE:- Hi-FI otfit con-
sisting of Wharfdale saed-filled
enclosure and speaker system,
Began DB-20 amplifier. Gar-
rard RC-80 turntable and Fair-
child cartridge. 0839-J Acacia
Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Bass viol $65. Call
2-4338. 1521-D Gavilan Road.
FOR SALE:-Family leaving Pan-
ama will sacrifice living room Wt,
Westinghouse refrigerator, Tap-
pan gas stove, Philips radio; al-.
so note of credit for Packard-
Stude dealer. Come make an of-
fer at No. 2612 9th Street, Rio
Abaje. Pho-. 3-4494.
FOR SALE:-Bakery with com-
plete equipment, at a very reas-
onable price. Phone 877. Box
630, Colon.
on all our sterling silver flat and
holloware, well known brands.
Take advantage of this offer and
shop early for Xmas. PORRAS;
Plaza 5 do Mayo.
FOR RENT: Concrete mixer,
rubber tire, Koshring 10-S. Tel.

FOR SALE :--Seches alto Sx-
ophone In very good codtion,
FOR SALIt-One clot, nel
eornt. Good condition. Apt,
R5-C ItRoueee or phone Navy

Luz Surrendcrs
(Continued from Pie 1)
mitted the War Ministry com-
munique and said that the sit-
uation In Sao Paulo was "com-
pletely normalized."
Falconleri reported that Me-
teor jet fighters, which flew
from Santa Cruz Air Base out-
side Rio to Cumbica Air Base in
Sao Paulo yesterday, were pre-
paring 'to return to Santa Cruz
"In recognition of the normality
of the altuation."
Gomes, pivotal figure in the
controversy wkth lott which
led to the revolt, was reported
at an air base outside Santos.
He went there yesterday-when
Luz approached the port city of
Sao Paulo aboard the Taman-
Gomes' mission was to get Lus
ashore and presumably establish
a seat of government in Sao
paulb, but Army shore batteries
threatened to shell the Taman-
dare and Luz never debarked.
The War Ministry announced
that Gen. Alvaro Fulza de Cas-
tro, War Mlntiter for a day un-
der Luz, was set free from de-
tention at the Ministry head-

The communique made nd
mention of some 100 other of-
ficers held at the Ministry since
yesterday's coup.
The Ministry officially denied
earlier reports that Gen. Alcides
Etchegoyen was shot to death
when he resisted arrest. It was
announced that Etchegoyen suf-
fered a heart disturbance after
being arrested, and was taken
to 9 mUWary hospital.

Soda Crcker War

CINCDNATI, Ohio. Nov. 12 -
(UP)-.A price war on soda crack-
en loomed/rere with announce-
Iment b Dasvibs, divisional
sale. iiaige for Nabteo ed a
ilct p* poaid out in the price

; -was touched off when.
th Blm Uit Co., with
Fas4 w herg and a new
ples t- in i NIee r u in Georgia.
NatiaIl Biscuit Co. with a
ple~- .in AuMta1 Ga., counted
with 0en e onu. effective i
all r f five states, Florwib
as Virgina. Kentucky

AiJ l_ eased a price sm;

..^g 11,eja

'Graimuc's Skt Clra each-
Cotta s. Modem convelcnse.
moderate rte. Phone Gambe
Shrperos falad hobems e@
be eh at Santa Clews. TelphoNe
Thempne., Balbee 1772.

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Phone Pane -1877.-Cris*- ea ehtei le. Waking IATwWfai t
bel 3-1671. I .pe A -
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Must speak Engl sh. ppiV early L w i "" 0'-
Sunday. house 357-C Diabig. d .il esi-
C.Z., Davis St. Calr' 2-4416. A'v .. ,.
CHICAGOH4- (UP .-TQib Reid,
on H o.' .a nationiin known
expert; :ad-annoUnced a new type
ROCHESTER; Y. ( )UP) y- o. Np iet .applieii korm
The, city of Rochester is down t caflRANd .D U he 'h6 iesr evalirat. r
its last horse-watering troubh. e n, a r ,ra1. g,,he.. w n f *p aeio
f t" ". D. school o ht p o r
The only location where Old Deb- .i r- ".t apply 'for. jobs -whicb. m.n 4fer
bin still can lap up water at the rm U tlmt iatsn .opp rtonity -t "
city's expense fAs i Reynolds '1. '
Street,. -about a block. off Main The' put his ent re a er eid-" ~ya the fOwm ~Bte of
Stredt.-There is at least one other ,avlMi to f he neockets befnfe his If 1stinu( y
trough still standing in the city, mother i"nd thmpicW ,'eacloth-1X.Io sts orehi,
but merely for ornamiai p1r- ing tustore e h It 0 n .
poses. The water bureau still serv- sin. .sc't. .' a 5ula-
ices only the one., re ... .. -. i .
SThe city's historian. Btke Me-. itartfisbing bills a t of her Rbid s3ar ftrah"pblygr'ap J lb
Kelvy, recalled that back in the wsnig machinsshe rc'itlbecd detector tieth Tshiec t", eused to
old days "you could find the city's seeing the story of tha.jeosa.ln a'-sse the" ''.evahstpr'
horse troughs listed speclficaUly-on new .ppr. ,".' _. ,Joved XitW e .f'n .hi ly
the city maps." + The ;loy gptyh nmonjb .'rliable .., -


AT CONFIRINCE The Congresso 4 Locala,.t Civil Couilssaft down with Ca"''Zob. Gov.
John S. Seybold for one of the monthly "shirt-sleeve" confprence at which.l otmp ant prd lem8;
are discussed. .. .-

Noedh g Assalk

Expesive Sch s
Wih 'No ,Bks'

A prominent Negro woman edia.
tor said today Negroes "do'I
want a-4y more mnlion-d o ll.r
schools, with wellU-stocked pIlky
grounds and no books" in the
segregated school systems of
Dr. Margaret J. Butcher draw
a burst of applause from de
rates to the .20th aiuul conventi
of the National Council of Ne r
Women when she said. Souto-
school buiudg progras ae .a
"asop." The-budkg is 'too late.',
She said. .-..

D er.. IBtcer, asieats
of EMish at Howud I
here W d a.mepbder-ef t
ofat COlumba Mard of I
said &IRph Buneba aA
the middle at a. cqrn =
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m(ltat n f with asully
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wvlied toeontutte tl th de-
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Special Veterans,
Remembrance Day
Services Planned
The following .Divine Services
will be observed tomorrow in Epis-
oepl churches on ie Atlatic
Holy Communion at Our Sav-
ior at 7:80 a.m. Arming Prayer
at St. Margaret's at 9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer at Our Savior at
Special prayers will be offered
for those Amerfeuas and British
subjects who have laid down their
lives in the Service of their respec-
tive countries in hones of Veter-
an's Day and Remembrance Day.
The celebrant )nd preacher will
be the Rev. Nolan G. Akers, Dio-
cesan missioner.

The church Sch'ol meets at
8:30 A.M. at St. Margaret's under
the direction of Mr .H.O. Engeke,
and at 9:30 A.M. at Our Saviour's
under the direction of Mr. John
Blemnerhasset. At 4:00 P,M. Con,
formation Lecture at St. Mar-
All Parishionets are reminded
of the "Every Member Canvass"
and the Early Bird Christmas

WLeion AuxiHlary
Urill (baIu. U"E

Douse Prexy
In DOm Fracas
MtORGANTOWN, W.Va., Nov. 11
(U'--Some 800 "pantryralders,"
whipped up by enthusiasm over
West Virginia's game with Pitt
tomorrow, stormed through wom-
en's dormitories here early today
and University President Dr. Irv-
in Stewart was doused with water
while attempting to break it up.
Some 250 men from "fraternity
row' started the raid after a ses-
sion of singing and yelling.
Before It was over more than
500 other men students had joined
They were successful in their
raid on the first targets but were
thwarted by locked doors and fire
hoses in the late stages tha went
into the early morning hours.
Dr. Stewart Joined qeo Bluck,
director of student affaris, and
local police in trying to run back
the mob of shouting students.
Some property destruction,. In-
cluding broken windows and re-
moral of furniture and personal
possessions, occurred during the

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NOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Exclu-. diet she used to lose 18 pounds. cake In Town." Surrounding the
sivy Yours: Hollywood's onetime Hep Hollywood preview audi-'sign are all those WOW! ph'itos of
fvrite plot-boy meets gir, boy ences are still battling over local1Anita -Ekberg snipped from the
loses girl, boy gets girl-gets an- reaction to Bob Aldrichs brass- magazine Hollywood Glamour Gir
other kick in the derriere In two knuckle treatment of Hollywood in -
bi forthcoming films. In one "The "The Big Knife." That knife's
Spirit of St. Louis," the Lindbergh sharper than a raor. Milton Ear-Witness: TVs James Daly'
story, the plot i. Berle's trying to patch up the rift (Foreign Intrigue) is up for a role
Young man mineets airplane, al- in brother Jack Berle's household in "The Revolt of Mamie Stover"
most lose airplane, flies Atlantic. Marion Brando has an offer at Fox Switch of the year in
In the other, "The Old Man and from Decca Boss Alan Livingston a forthcoming "Alfred Hitchcock
the Sea it's: "Old man meets to thump away on his bongo Presents' TV murder mystery:
swordfish, gets swordfish, loses drum for an album of mambos. The butler IS the killer.
5W01!dfh Mai's, a Delicatessen on Sixth C. B. DeMille's answer to Art
It's a sorry state of affairs for Avenue near 56th Street in NewiLinkletter's "Have glamor girls in,
movietown's romantic theme song York, is displaying a 50-pound Hollywood changed?": "We have.
composers. Who's gonna swoon ov cheesecake in its window with. a new stars and new costumes, but
a song titled, "There's a Miss In sign, "We serve the Best Cheese- the bodies are the same,"

My Motor" or one called. ou Can
Have Brando, It's Marlin for Me"?
Not to meonts: "Let's Get Marl-
mated, I'm a swrdfish, Toe."
Singer Peggy King hasn't given!
up hopes for a reconciliatios with;
Knobby Lee It may happen. De-
siite a printed report, Peggy has
filed for divorce Insidersa pro-
dict no early marriage for luscious
Kim Novak and Mack Krim, She's
too, too career minded, they insist.
But what a' name she'd 'wind up
with-Kim Krim. .Jackie Clea-
son and Dick Haymes are talking
a deal for Dick to MC the Glea-
son-managed "Stage She ow" on
TV. Rita, by the way, returns
from Europe in December.

-rnin u IUU/ *m11 U106V 3U99 VI nVE IIuIm Hollywood's suRerstition about
death "In three's is raising eye-I
4OECCLDr5 Pflait Theft bbrows again. First Bob Francis,I
S I 1 lly The UI Carmen Miranda and Susan Ball
Now James Dean and John Hodiak.
During the year 1954 to 1955, the ZANESVILLE, Ohio Nov. 13 Another one?
American Legion Auxiliary in the (UP) -School offilcal said today --.
United States studied the Rtpublic 14 girls from good families had Edmund Purdom, unhappy with
PVT. ROB6 RT jARLIN of Panama. been suspended for membership the way his career is going, is
Contests were held and approx!- in an "elite" society which requir- looking for the door marked "Con-
Pvt. Robert Carlin son of Mr. meately 1,000,000 members parti- ed them to get drunk and to tract xit" at MGM It's a
sad Mrs. W.R Carl of Curun- cipatedin the study. steal. baby girl for Mitsuko Kamura.
sadd Mrs. W. R.Carli ofS urnl i will be the country studied Parents of the girls hotly dealed who's Aldo R. I's leading lady in
du is oW ti s en. y eriea Legion Auxiliary this was the case atall hip last Columbia film.-She-fashed
O o.. .. ,e.ghout the country They said they .. given kheir the news from -Tokyo to Director
A7 ere -M in their n erval to forms of the club, Paul Sloane, who started her act-
Fort :xerstandin a- la roup. Ing career Dorothy Dandridge
e t other heads for Paris and a Starring role
en i Storts of Zanes- in a French film without a lick of
re ~~~d f.hi .. l said he told the music after she completes a-ilght-
va 411, :0 tion over club engagement.
Jr j7.-4 The Wanet: Overleard ia Palm
orM I ,to vrKurn Springs: "A Hollywood meteorolo-
B Glub. p tht socety- dis- gist Is a man who.can look in a
la *bos Ifigh sp 'rt s ada. -d Woman's eyes and tell whether."
first base e T'dr'l pogi'al will r :co '
Stri- thbe geograpyn4 history, of t Sorts aMldh 4, understood re- Parking lot attendant to Jack
county, and e qstom m as- .a luirements for joining the cub in- Bailey: "Are you driving a Thun-
-. 'pirations of its people. eluded drunr-enness, theft of an derbird?"
IS e -Each year the axiilia ritidies "E." emblem for application on a Bailey: "No, a parakeet."
a different country of- or woman's jarsA. from a certain hat Net In the script: Marlene Die-
s central Americ as part itp store, and' "one subject 'we were trich: "I'm ,bored with being *
Sonal program., It i a positida to talk to the world. traveler. Ill probably settle
-E .-"___ -" girls about" down In Hollywood for keeps."
A spokesman for the parents
Reta Sal ow .said-tW'girls were evicted This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jo...
_.. u .. .without a trial." Paramount switched its advertise-
,- lnnht i Decline '- "'**' olag campalpgn ol "The Desperate
jjV.Y0 NOV.3.'f 1-A I ArBtW THE FACT Hours. Shelve d: The "distwia
(4m r Eap t st- WASHY -q Nov. 12 (UP)- g-sfed ilm" angle. Now spot-
e 'a e ters 'u DES .MO S (UP. Four lighted: Violence and Humphre
rd y and bit America's e registers rang DES d u coli F ouarile Humit's still THrE'
Ne. t ,l grains 115 793.000 in retai k le. asb cars piled up Ir a collision on a Bogart's mug. But It's still THE
-'i tq eg l imn3S i wet m &i93;& s a ._ l a .e-S one rainy day but no mw Was' hurt. suspeuae thriler of the year.
sinow e c nt from bSepte but That is, not antil one investigating --
S& 12per ent higher arOcpolice officer, Elmer Van. Note. Jackie Gleson wired Dorothy
.A s&Ir Ic-blas' covered Wya- tober, 1054. 'slammed a car door on his finger. Shay to sent. him a copy of the
ming and much of qlokado with The Commneree Department. !n .
far south as New MI ico and as publishing the figures, said t h e
far east.asoflob.o. decline from September was. SIO ING AT YOUR SERVICE
f Isartly cue to the t that auto i SUW INGAT YOUR SERVICE
other at e eat tdu was cha.n g ovser t CENTER THEATRES TODAY
GOt Coast, wilerm -we weather models and didn sell as many CENTER THEATRES TODAY
bureau issued small craft warm- new cars as usual.
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PAGE TR1955's Grid Bowl-Hunting PhaseReae Cia

1955's Grid Bowl-Hunt in Phse Reahes lina o

Post Season Invitations

For Five Conferences

Ride On Today's Games

i NEW YORK, Nov. 12 (UP)-The bowl-hunting
phase t the 1955 college football season reached the
c Iudal stie today, with post season invitations rid-
ikg on th outcome of major games in at least five
The "best et" of the day ap- host to Oregon, Duke visited
veered to be, Maryland, the na- South Carolina, and Yale hoped
=os No. 2 tam, which had an to wrap up the Ivy League
important ome date with crown at Princeton,
ClAmson. The inner of this im- The University of Miami
poMt clash wll wrap up the launched the holiday weekend
Attic Coast Co ence title by rolling to a 46-0 victory over
nts automatic bid to the Or- Bucknell Friday night: In other
a Bowl. major games, Detroit edged Vil-
a Terrapins were favored lanova, 6-0; Florida State ral-
by wo touchdowns to run their lied for a 19-6 victory over Fur-
wi^lng streak through 14 man and Idaho whipped Brig-
gan es and thus qualify for a re- ham Young, 49-6.
tui battle with Oklahoma at
= New Year's Day. The Halfback Jack Losch got MI-
top-rfnked Sooners a I r e ady ami off to a fast start against
have accepted an Orange Bowl outmanned Bucknell, taking a
berth but needed a victory over handoff on the first play from
State today to clinch the Big scrimmage and amblln 90
ie"en championship yards for a touchdown. hen
ITexas, meanwhile, hoped to sophomore quarterback Gene
e p the host's role for the Cot- Reeves took over, pitching two
t4Bowl against Texas Chris- scoring passes and dashing
tn; U.C.LA., was expected to aereas for another touchdown.
loser to a Rose Bowl A 22-yard touchdown pass
Wh by beating Washington, from quarterback Jim Lobko-
alld West Vira swas favored vich to halfback Billy Russell in
tq vault its last major obstacle the third period provided De-
to a post-season laitation by troit with its winning margin
dea gls PKtaslbh, over Villanova. It was the Ti-
In.theBig Ten, which annual- tans' fourth shutout victory of
IW provides the Rose Bowl's vis- the season.
ting team, Michigan State Quarterback Vie Prinal paced
closed out its conference sched- Florida State to its victory over
uie against Minnesota, while winless Furman, setting up two
id tigan faced Indiana. Ohio touchdowns with his spectacular
Ste, the current leader, isn't passing. The score was tied at
el bl for this season's trip to 6-6 at halftime, but Bill Weaver
C415fornia, so this race has de- put state ahead in the third pe.
ql Into a Michigan affair. rod with an 11-yard scoring run
Tiree important games were and Lee Corso added the clinch-
echeduled in the Southeastern ing T.D. In the final quarter.
Conference, which provides the
host team for the Sugar Bowl. I |wllall A
re Auburn vs. eorgia, y nv ion Only'
State va. L..&U., and
Alabama. MUla p- FO Fa l815 Eariw
b'-P For Cardinals Early
reoc e pacesetter,
tide date wifthN Housn
a r ontestse involving S rin Trainees
t eakod powers,. Notre pame
North Carolina, Texas ST. LOUIS, Nov. 12-(UP--II
and-36 was at Rice, Ohio will be "by invitation only"
to entertained Iowa, Navy when the St. Louis Cardinals
at C l mia, llinoits nvad- open an early spring training

for the opening of spring train-
Ing. But players may accept a
bid to report earlier for special

.glate U )eurwestUrn
) 13
awlso 3 Parris Island 13
60 Western 24 Colorado
8 Villaova I
t5h Branch 12 Emporia St. 7
State 19 Farman 6&
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1 asker 8
western ( ) 19 Nwth-
(Okla) 18
Tc 1 Heandtr Col-
(O tate 13 Pttasburgh
r ikto(11a n.) 7
Iao 49 Brigham Young I
BrU 31 Jaryv College 0
iD. School of Mnles 6 Black
RtMb Tehre 6
Oklahoma Central 51 New Mex-
ie HWighlands 14
Carnegie Tech 7 VThncent 7
bMherna 23 Bethany (Kan) 7
Seuthweest (Mo) State 21 Wash-
bun Univ. 2 1.

training and conditioning.
General manager Frank Lane
says-"We're serving two pur-
poses with this early camp. First
of all, It gives the rookies a bet-
ter chance to make the Impres-
slon that might keep them with
the Cardinals. And second, man-
ager Fred Hutchinson and I are
both new and we're anxious to
get a good look at all the pros-
Lane says the list of players
to be invited is not ready yet-
nor has a definite early dafe
been set.
The new manager of the New
York Giants, Bill Rigney, has
been named American Associa-
tion manager of the year.
The 37-year-old Rigney led
Minneapolis to Its first little
World Series title last season.
Outfielder Irv Noren has left
the touring New York Yankees
In Japan to fly home for treat-
ment of recurrent knee trouble.
The Yankees say Noren proba-
bly will be back In New York
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Dec. 28 Shot To Fight Winner Tomorrow Nil Grabs $96,000 Remsen

At 126 lb Title 1aUdMEMdov.2 (UP) wanted to ayfR& thAt -defea

NEW YORK, NoV. 12-(UP)-
Carmelo Costa's Impressve re-
peat victory over Joey Lopes
last night and his willingness to
arrange a $25,000 guarantee
seemed today to have wrapped
up a Miami shot at the feather-
weight crown on Dec. 28.
"Yes, we'll arrange for the
$25,000 guarantee," said chunky
Costa of Brooklyn, the fourth-
ranking feather contender, who
again won a unanimous 10-
round decision over lightweight
contender Lopes of Sacramento,
Calif., in their return TV-radio
fight at Madison Square Gar-
Co-managers Steve Paris and
Jerry Salica backed Costs's
statement about the guarantee,
which featherweight champion
Sandy Saddler has been de-
manding for his next defense of
the 126-pound title.
Charley Johnston, Saddler's
pilot, declared, "Certainly Sandy
will defend against Costa--or
anyone else-if the twenty-five
grand is put up. The Miami date
is okay with us."
Last night Lopes scaled 133'S
pounds to Carmelo's 12914. Cos-
ta beat the eighth-ranking
lightweight contender by % uni-
son 6-3-1 vote of referee Al Berl,
judge Leo Blrnbaum and judge
Frank Forbes. The United Press
agreed, 6-2-2. Carmelo was fa-
vored at 7-5.
Although Costa Is a compara-
tively light puncher, he out-
fought as well as out-boxed the
advancing Californian. He was
so effective with his body attack
that Lopes was a slow-motion
performer during the fifth,
sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth
rounds. In those sessions, not
one of the ring officials gave
Joey a single round.

Joey Giardello- Gels

Release On Parole

From Philly Prison
(UP) -Middleweight Joey GOlar-
dello got out of jail yesterday.
Giardello was released on par-
ole at Philadelphia after serving
three months and three weeks
for beating up a gas station at-
tendant. He had been sentenced
to from six to 18 months.
Judge Edward Little told the
boxer he could live down what
had happened. The judge added,
"No matter whether you become
champion or not and I hope
some day you may you will
never taste the satisfaction out
of anything in the world that
you will taste If you use your
life to direct others in the right

Giardello said. "I have learned
my lesson and I know which
way to go now."
Lightweight contender Ralph
Dupas has signed for a fight a
week from Monday.
Dupas will meet Star Gony,
the welterweight champion of
the Philippines, at San Jose, Ca-
lifornia. Qony arrived in the
States only a month ago, and
won his only fight since then.





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TRADITION The man who staggered the sports wild, hIfr-
back Frank Riepl of the University of Pennsylvania,.enjoys a
soda with Jackie York at South River, N.J. Riepl, who stung
Notre Dame by racing the opening kickoff 108 yards f6r a
touchdown, also passed for Penn's other touchdown, and kicked
both extra points as Notre Dame won, 46-14.

Date Nov. 11, weather squal-
ly, wink mod., seas slightly
Weight 314, species blue, fish-
erman, Neil Doherty, boat Hula,
tackle used 14-0 reel, 120 lbs.
test Daeron line, location 10
miles -west Dorro Pifia, time 20

Eight 115, fisherman Sgt. Ed-
gar Polk, boat Nautilus tackle
used 6-0 reel 12 thread, location
Pifas Bay area, time 20 min.
Weight 108, fisherman Geo. B.
Nickel, boat -Serl, tackle used
sailfish reel, 9 thread, location
Carracolas Pt., time 13 min.
Weight 100, fisherman Ymc. R.
W. Shepston, boat Old Man,
tackle used 6-0 reel 21 thread.
'location, 15 miles West Morro
Island, time 19 min.
Weight 85, fisherman James
Drumoeller, location 17 miles
S.W. Guerachine, time 3 min.
Weight 80, fisherman Chas.

Napter, boat Old Man. tackle
used 6-0 reel 21 thread, location
21 miles 8. San Josp.
Weight 42%, species red
snapper, fisherman K. L. Mid-
dleton, boat. Soltura, tackle used
sailfish reel 20 lbs. line, location,
Morro Plfisatime 13 min.
Weight 1g, species roosterfiSh,
fisherman K. L. Middleton, boat
Soltura, tackle used spinning
tackle, 8 lb. test line, location,
PfiMas Bay, time 15 min.
Weight 25. species dolphin,
fisherman, Mrs. Chubby, boat,
Nautilus, tackle used, sailfish
reel, 9 thread, location off Car-
rascols time 5 min.
Weight 16, species, dolphin,
fisherman, Ann Motas, boat
Nautiluls, tackle used 6-0 reel, 12
thread, location Carrascola Pt.,
time 7 min.
MARLN: Ribed 4, Strikes 3.
Boated 1.
8AILFISH: Raised 75, Strikes
50, Released 21, Boated 10.


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ainei e u iau nrtudo, for-
mer Isthmlan champ, and onetime
world 135-pound contender, will a-
ward a belt to le winner of the
Baby Manolete-Byron C u m b e r-
batch bout tomorrow night at the
National Gym.
Manole0e amd Cumberbatch
clash ]sa eight-r 6 d 12n.
pV11d feature aatch that is ex.
pected tc drawa capacity
-Both fi1ht6 Wound up t h e i r
taing dr yesterday by spar
ring three s0ap'y rounds.
Manolete will be making h i s
second loal appearance tomor-
row night. He stopped Colon's
Manue Prescott several weeks a-
go In five hests and is reported-
Wy in better shape now than he
was when he made his debut.
The 24-yeer-old visitor who
fights out of Call, Colombia, has.
said openlyhe plans to stop Cum-
berbatch before the eighth stanza
comes around.
Cymberbatch also won by. kayo
in his lat outing. Heexade once
promising Roberto' Murillo q u i t
battle In the seventh of a sched-
uled eight-rounder.
Commission doctors believe Mu-
rillo suffered a permanent eye in-
jury as the result of the beating.
Tomorrow's semifinal brings
together lightweights Lupe Pan-
cho and Vicente Worrell in a
six-round return match.
Special interest has been shown
in this clash because the princi-
pals fought to a thrilling draw in
their -first meeting.
In the prelim San Bias Indian
Arias Mendez seeks his fo tir th
straight pro victory in 122-pound
four-rounder with veteran Goyo
The special curtain raiser will
be a wrestling match between pro
grapplers "The Magnificent Gen-
tleman" and "Gqnga Din."
Cur'.iln time is 8:30. General
admittance will be 75 cents; ring-
side $1.50.


Pony Leage

Immediately after the final
try-outs last Monday, Pony
League officials held a special
meeting at which time the man-
agers purchased new players for
their teams. Opening date for
the 1956 season has been set for
Monday, January 18 with Buick
scheduled to play M.R.A., 1955
Following is the complete list-
ing of players for each team.
Wm. Gibson, Joe White, Geo.
Allen, Jerry McGuahey, Max
Sanders. Raul Leignadler, Ed.
Marshall, P. Ender, 8. Wood,
Jim McGloin, D. Carlte, Me-
Leod, Mike Barfield, N. E. Gib-
son, Sr. (Manager) Phone Cris-
tobal 1749.

Wm. Bird, D. Ebereni. C.
Crawford. J. McGraw, R. FaI-
vorite, P. Rodriguez, J. Bed-
well, J. Sauer. Marshall, J.
Ambrose, J. Murray, M. De-
veaux, B. Hilty, M. LaCrdix,
Houser, J. Boseman, F. Karpin-
ski, B. Wilmonth. j. L. Thomp-
son (Manager) Phone CoCo So-
10, 561.
F. Corrigan, W. Peterson, p.
Humphrey. D. Bruce, Id Pabbn,
Wm. Wrigle, J. Sanchez, H.
Tompkins, Wm. Donahue,- R.
BeIvin, L. Nakanson. R. Deak-
ins, A. Goguen, B. Watson, 0.
Hvtinen. M. Field, B. Mason. Bob
Kinr (Manager) Phone France
Field 88794.
Max Hanna, L. Pernilotti, rl
Sanders. F. Alberga, K. KugiC,
Wm. Will. Jas. Will. J. Vega, D.
Phillips, G. Trimble, T. Bowers,
J. Palumbo, R. Morla a Mike
Greene, (Manager) Pho, Cris-
tobal 2508. I
The oMtta team wl have
pratise Saturday morig, 9
o'clock at Coco Sol/to.

$ports Briefs


a Venezuelan horse owner today the $50.000 winners
in Uthe M.00Washington, D.C. share of yesterday's race.
Internationl, s at Laurel. -
Maryland At New York, Medley Wood-
"a Chkmia,'. outsider In the house booted "Nail" victory in
field of 13, raced home ahead of the $.0lQ.O Re ena 8tkc at
another Veneftlian entry Janaica yesterday. "Prl n c
"Prendase" In the mile and John" ran second In' the feature
one-half, test on turf. Alfrea for two-year-olds, and "Nobr-
Vanderbilt's "Social Outcast" sage",was third.
ran third, while the Irish entry, In harness racing, "Scott
"Panaslipper," ral fourth. Flrost" is favered in e second
E1 hma.eavered the soft heat of the $75,000 American
eourm in two minutes, 36 sad Trotting Classic at Hollywood
one-fifth iseopnds, beat I ng Park today.
arek-rival )Mendase by a head. Scott Frost lost to "Gayleway"
Social Outtcai finished anoth- in.the fhist heat. of the race that
er three-qua te of a length will dcelde the national shamn
behind. El Chama; grouped pionship. Since then Gayleway
with Canada's "Prafeet" as a has developed a leg ailment
field eatry, paid hit backers which may hamper him. The
$41, $16.2 and: .$7. luck of the draw also 0 in Scott
But it was worth more- than Frost's favor. The three-year-
jAoney to owner. Carlos Rinco- old has drawn post position
nes, who paid his own freight number two, while OGayleway is
charges from Ve'nezuela to get in the number' 11 post, in the
El Chama in the race. second tier.
RIncdnes made the decision Gayleway will pick up top
berkcse Prendase beat El Cha- money if he wins today. A third
ma in the Simon Bolivar Classic heat would be necessary two
at Caracas this year. The owner I weeks later If any other horse

Tilama Easy Winner

In Veterans Day 'Cap

The Stud Chumuxgu's con-
sistent Tilama yesterday found
the sloppy track condition to her
liking and raced to an easy two-
and-one-half length victory in
the featured $550 Veterans Day
Handicap for Class E Imported
thoroughbreds at Juan Franco.
The skinny little five-yesar,
old COilean bred bay mare was
rated within striking distance
of the sizzling pace set by Es-
pagiri and Escorlal until two
furlongs put where she was
given her head.
In less time than it takes to
tell, Tilama was up with leaders
and had already forged ahead
when they swung into the
homestretch. In the run down
the straightaway, Tilama drew
out-steadily and crossed the
finish full of run, almost three
lengths to the good.
Escorial, which had taken
command when, Espagilrco shot
his bolt, held on gamely to save
the place from the strong but
pA closing rush. of Vulcaniza-
Eo. Escorial was the mutuels
Tilama, ridden by Cristlan
Rebolledo, returned 58.20, $3,
sand $2.20 as the second choice
in the betting.
Rebolledo, Concepclon Ruiz
and steadily improving appren-
tice Segundo Carvajal shared
riding honors with two-victories

The dividends:
Imarr Ia11L

1-Dofia Beatrix $10.40, 3.40, 3.80.
2-Alminar $4.40, 4.
3-Donny Boy $3.60.
1-Eric $3.40, 3.20, 2.20.
2-Cadrino $28.80, 4.80.
3-Cruzada $3.60.
Ffrst Double: $11,20.
1--Flon $22.40, 5.60, 7.40.
2-Wtnsaba $3, 2.60.
3-College Girl $380.
One-Two: $124.
1-Radical $5.20, 2.80, 2.20.
2-l-mi $3.40, 2.20.
3--QuefLindo $2.20.
Qulela: $14A.g
l-Marilu $13, 6. 3.40.
2-Chepanita $5.20, 3.60.
3-Don Pastor $2.20.


FRANCIS, The Talking Mule, marvelous... in

Releaeat the "LUX" Theatr next.Thurs&v!

PARIS, Nov. 11-(UP)-Ttbe
S rench atonal soccer team
Inal n th th-old un-
td: It drew, am
to one, .ugcelavia be r
an A uw DMY crowd "f A,-
000 at Calomba Stadium here.
A goal three minutes beft
the end sved the day for raf
after the Yugodlavs had led, 1,
' t halftime.



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1-Fenix $15.40, 6.60, 8.
2-Valley River $4.80, 4.60.
3-Money Maker $6.
1-Iguazs $5.40, 2.80, 2.20.
2-Florera $3, 2.40.
3-Greco $2.60.
Second Double: 8N.O0.
I-Fontainebleau $240. 2.20, 2.20.
2-Grey Juarn, $3.60, 2.20.
3-Dixie $2.20.
Quiniela: $4.20.
1-Tilama $8.20, 3, 2.20.
2-Escorial $2.80, 2.20.
3-Vulcanizado $2.20.
One-Two. $17.9e.
1-Regal Blsas $10, 8.80, 2.80.
2-Royal Emblem $4.80, 2.40.
3-Armador $2.20.
1-8herry Time $6.40, 4.
2-Golden Fan $2.80.

10-bout Card Slated

For Service FighWers
Ten bouts have been carded
tonight in the Panama Area
Armed Forces Boxing Tourna-
ment at Albrook ABB's Hanger
No. 3 with semifinal matches
slated in five weight divisions.
The program begins at 7:30.,
Keenest Interest will be ecn-
tered on the heavyweights
where two-time Panama Area
king Bill Byrd of Fort Kobbe
and Albrook's Bob George, who
replaced Byrd in the Caribbean
Command event and captured
he crown, are scheduled to go
in separate brackets.
George women the New Jersey
Golden Gloves light heavy title
and took the Air Force-wide
championship in 1951.
Other defending titlist going
tonight are flyweight Jose do
Jesus Rosa-Ouzman of Fort
Kobbe and bantamweight Raul
Calderon of Fort Clayton. Both
will be seeking to retain PAAF
and Caribbean Command lau-
rels. Contests also wlU be held
in the lightweight and middle-
weight divisions.
Quarterfinals were held last
week in the five other weight
classes. Those winners go next
Saturday. Finals are slated No-
vember 26.





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m a e itngI ely remiei4 1o I gues a better title Qor this This has been a qu!cic review
| iJed- Dicmi exto lb the/ tory wou "7 oer u^" *for and a wind-up story on the
t ao LmeM o Primltr on I te lo' Cristobl Hih School. Tigers.
i t a r er M, bt on te Before btle the cUan
etteter, who wi belcrtl, M M te f come.. a Im down on any On othba.iso ._. .
Years lnext ath, ftray- h to report tat ure ries util ex' year, we ld ,
ne ear as well fines as is M bright. Last W' ris promise the "cheir leader3 that
SCamera. Promoter Sol day o'clock in ,- ft mention would be made of the
Im be well rewarded for fetchi noan te 7th and 8th6U lds fine work they did for.1950. They
bilm from his native South Akfrla f 'Crsltobal split up Into a were as hustlin a traUip of U II A RIw
o F.aIland. :' Iand a "old" te.,m and "Cheer leaders" as we have seen w vy ...
wh'. w they saw must have in several gridiron seWasons id
After 'seven assorted heavy 7-ncw t pleasant expect a a t even when conditions were ad-
Lwoet laid down and played dead ~ to the faces of coaches verse, weather-wise ur score-
at such places a ~II jbo and Moser. wise, they were always in there .
.Salisbury, JohannoInM I T '0raw material looked good pitching. They were swell zllaabeth, Solm a a What plith some "king lse"' lads "Tiger Rsags" saluttes.
him to London a Sepe' from Junior High like Don the pretty Cristobal cheer-lead-
o t e king. Sized youngster gr ppy Peterson, Gary era along with their c0ntgratulg. "-
oud get better workouts and
S ett workouts a Irving, Billy Gibbs and Rolanido tons to he glory winning' Tiger
more work ~Prett& There are other siseable gridders. 9
M--s.i th.e formedd fish-boys too but from the vie--poln... -i
Ii,.acomet, ac the spotliht with some of the
Oa nl rsell who e=ara cmpd Ia other l" a"ler ones. Ia l".


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JO Ep d WI fr tre played for t he \
"Gold k mbaed they won the' B O TA
eei a dea 'ts excellent running,
Ig n olung for a TD with 4 V
players hangirg off his
h boulders. Bruce's pa i g was
Pa rf too oi t bbs.
whoae -4ability to hn* ca to
Ie passem gave- rlatolal brig ht
for the f" future. q 's t Auother of a series written
versItility will p y big anWeg For o" A er Jee
.rt i. ... toe the future r T qiger t sr' By PT IK GIFFORD
this youn steg isleUdlY at Nvw ork Giants
TOP DOG.- elmm hRattner, his mistress, lets bvery mnow lust Ioen the line as hi In the
how important Marmaduke is. The National Great uIfild...
was flown from Chicag6 tor New York -for television h ,9erg. T re an eight grader,
P. -tiRmed John Griffin who, In
Ir t another pair of years, will bask i
In the spotlight of the CrIstobali
L ridlron and it quarterback Joe I
ILa Ionger shows even flight im-
I /i provement before his freshman I'"
year in 1956, he too will see t --
len of action for the varsity
Also possessed of versatilityOUT OFI
A week ago the football story in the East was that Don and a trick left-handede passer
Holleder, All-America end, converted to quarterback in perhaps I Ralph l e ven. Blevens played
the season's most daring experiment, had finally got th knack the "Gold" teammates and Bob Whe had
of pssint, and thatnrmy now had air power to supplement Its and fullback Paltes end BobWinlter,
prvl ously demonstrated ground virulence. Holler had been an fullback Paul a gs on other
superb against Colgate, passing foe, three touckdowm and run-Ti er" ba ff.yeanhe
'ng for atfourth. With only Yale and Penn remaining before
ning for a h t several outstanding players a- VACCINATE A DOGc
the Wagnerian Navy fiqrale the Immediate future appe res oo these u noro ig a for a VC I TE SON
held no rlaner whae er fore the Cadets ballers and Hugo Thompklns g EdIo *
and Jimmy Will will not be -
Yale came first. The year before Army had won, 48-7. Sine looked upon slightly when foot-a .V'.e~, "I'VE heard all kinds of things,"
the personnel of the two teams had not changed markedly, there balltime rolls around again In said Al. "A breeder here says
washn fuog I rasoger to believe the result would not Ise msubstwa- 195. Frank Giford three months-a vet there says 10
a the There were the factors which seemed to u- Wednesday afternoon's en- weels--somewhere I read that
tially the apire.n Th is we to be Army's last app eara ce d C counter between the "Blue" and four months was safer I don't
the historei old owlr. n do- e ol, th re was reall P way to tell- the "Gold" pin-pointed est ver' A QUARTERBACK can get iq- have any way of .knowing rhbo'
t.the hiostorig ht ..osbl y eol ,time.d se :i- -lg a year, dther prospects and to ald just somnia from games like the -one right about when to vaccilate a
Ing. It might possibly even be fr ah oI. b u W tet a pair of others that attracted in which I called signals for dog."
Peitgretee'o aIttenteion we must mention Tom- SouthErn California agmnst Stan- de
S Potgiet 's first act of violence my Billison and Melvt Fields. ford I the Los Angeles Col!seum. Al's dilemma wast surpris-
NO MATTER WHAT the circumstances, no team likes to be in London was stepping one Si. These boys will be the replace- This was 1951, both teams were ing. Not only because of t he d-
told it isn't wanted on the schedule any more. This would have me Templar in six rounds- and ments for years to come. They undefeated and to the winner mot verse opinions expressed, but be-
been Incentive enough for the Cadets' determination to give the the reviews were bad, as they say will not have reached full ma.- likely would go the Rose Bowl bid. cause research has be i en coming"
Blues something to remember them by; but they had still an- at the theater. turity by 1956, but for '57, '58 Late in the fourth quarter we U with some different answers.
other, a more realistic one. They had lost to Michigan and Syra- and 59 these and other names drove to a one touchdown lead. More has been learned about
cause in earlier a mes and a smashing win over Yale would em- "Potgeter is 10 per cent worse not mentioned in this story will But Bob Mathias ran the follow- tmmunology n the last five years
phasife their resurgence. Psychologically as well as physically, than Carera was at his worst," make the sports pages as Cris- lmg kickoff all the way back to tie tha enner a s thoe preceding. wy
the Cadets appeared to be in an ideal position. Oh, yes, Yale read one of them. tobal seeks out ts talent for a the score, 2020. mmuwe had Jenne a effective way of
had earlier fallen before the same Colgate team the Cadets had -championship In Interscholastic the kicked tos, and w. put immunizing agath inst ed cowpox, by
all but chased off Michie Field. S Selomeos sent PotgIeter a. football. the ball in play ntr 20.. infectinge with the related cowpox,
Sway from the prying ees of the For 16 Cristobl seems to be Sbould we play It safe and settle but the real reasons why and re-
London wise- to Cardiff, where well equipped with relcements for a tie? fined methods to buccessfully d saflcal
But as everybody knows by now t didn't work at that way. Professor Sellars worked on hisfor some of the positions that Should we gamblehave be? immunities successfully and safelye to do
Yale won, 14-12 and won on merit. What happen"? For oen large package in comparative pri- will be vacated by June grad A tie would mean the Rose Bo reeders only m cmpade available to dog
thing a Yale gamble paid off. Yale scouis, eiA C t vacy. t ion. For Kaer Bazan bid for Staford because t h e y brdrs only in comparatively re-.
game, hadn't shared the popular enthusiasm ever the Cadets' Charlie Fears it is very n likely hadn't played in Pasadena since cent years.
newly foupd air power. In their reports to ceash Jee.ka Oliver, Potgieter looked vastly better that there will be replacements 1la, No one on our '51 team had Progress has been so rapid, in
an inept Colgate defee had made Army's paying Iok ach belting out the experienced Noel to equal their 1955 performane- ad there either, so the chok e-t. that mater published only
ore impressive than it actually was. It w on the basis of Reed in the second round of his es. Quarterback David Haw- as easy-shoot t.he works a year ago in media available to
these reports tht Jordan deded on the gamble wheh wants n start. He suddenly had been thorne, Ily Rankin, star haf- Shiting our multi le offenseI an -Lsa an is now superseded by
have a ery influential, if not tdelsive, effect el the result. JSr- transformed from a pusher nto back of last Friday niL s ame single wing, Iti-ed 1 r ate ud of better methods.
dan decided to give Army the pass. puncher. and Milton Grover, 154-pound t l pass-run from ta a The man w was advised to fol.
a c n deckle wil bcfr... p fo. id our quarterback, D n low a certain course with a litter
I should be talking about Yo- try for t Tbe back for another ISchneiderwide open down field of pups two years ago will be
TO PUT IT ANOTHER way: Jordan reasoned that the Ca- lands Pompey boring Arc e ted Centerd to be jh ebut over, ot him with the throw. given qudte different advice by theJ
dels were not stro enough in the air to win, but they were on Moore for the crulserwe _t ti el .mbo be a ati han g duke Pa caped the same play again, fig. ame v e Tnarien today.
the ground. There ore, he elected to mass his forces at a point pad there. Say that Tack golomonD qutely fil d Bamore Davnso Aeu is hemoul getR freebagain. Lem s review arcepe y the mor. s
where the threat was the most dangerous. Accordingly, he play- when he was here to sign the an-. rough 157 pounder.rThis time their linebacker*,,mdern accepted method for es-I
d what toallpractical purposes was an eight-ma lie against tiquated gypsy. "After all, that amo Wwill Chuck Essegian, went back wh tablihing maximum protetion
the, n n? a s t h tTi t d e c w c over-to close the bly see little duty at end next returned it Phto our 5, M where errwhy.u
blunting Army's ground attack and at the same-time harassing match, you kwAw-but I want to year and might be used exelu-t bed i to wI, Today w
its aerial offense. None of Holleder's first eight passes was co- say something first. sively at full-hack to add drive twhey boomed n to win, 27-20. Today we believe that whatever
-plted. AplarZe part of the answer has pressure he Yale for- I was naive enough to thhik immunity a bitch has established
wards, led by Capt. Phil Tarasovic, probably as fine a tackle as "Put this down on your scratch- to the Tiger backfield. Russel Stanford would let us get by with iq passed on to the pups through
you'll find aIn college football, by the wayd there. Sa y that Jack om o11 pound resh- the same play twice. the milk. Whether or apt a, pup be-
you In college football, by thewy adthNovembere Syof k 5, Informed you man and probably the most comes the victim of a disease de-
S. that Ewart Poeter, the bfggestd o promin prospect on t." Cris- NEXT: Keith Molesworth. ends upon the level of this resist
Aof tlh e d fay ers.hhdB ue,,s q-Wc waot ig ou 1 I n hita w PotteatANC" M EC b
Anytime a coach decides to give the other team the pass, it man whq ever ought In a rise toal team wust mlsed lettering
must follow that he has extraordinary respect for the ess ring, would be heavyweight eambn his t year with the Tiger GAMECOC NOW
of his defensive player. The ines quickly, d .emestted 5ber pion of the Tworld inside of w Eut wlo be an -port.t I. -.. .
dan's respect as not misplaced. The quick ard-it- years. He will be ready In 12 man in Cr atobal's olans for next Columbia. S.C --NEAl-Grady
ting liane has long been the hallmark of teams a y Ied months, but the question Is *hetit- year and a pair of other seasons Wallace, the nations .leading- jun- I I Il
Blalk. (Colgate, for instance, was held to 42 ards rushing, 32 er he will get the chance right. a-. to follow. Johnny Forrest should ior coulleRe basketball scorer last U I L T D UI
ada.c.) TYet movies of Saturday's game show ale often get the way.,, be 1 vsst Improved end as he year, will have his six-six reoring
m anthe swift Army "line. moves int hsm junior year at talent in the Carolina line- rc
S- .is.Potg.eter, somebody boldly C-1-CH. and Sammy Newhard will up this season. NeW Orleiiii service
INABIIUTY TO HOLD -the ball has plagued the Cadets all asked, another Camera?,
season. They lost possession on fumbles five times Saturday. "AHe would eat Camera and Great W
This has got to handicap a tesaMo, course, but thae movies show then box the rest of the heavy- .a ., N Maia n ma
Yale ferocity rather than loose-ball handling was manly respon- weights around on the same eve IlPaii la I i l NU oH*B.S. "YAQUE" ...............
sible for the bobbles. Yale's victory was os Unjpad and aning" spat Solomons. "He has mNORFORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1340 555& 'O A".......
achieved in such un-IvY like m inier, thr e has e needless excellent balance and cB-ordina- a.I. "AGGE ..BORG" .....
roping for explanation, almost as it apology were in order. Ac- tfoe. It was when he bored Reed I*,. "HIUERAS" ..........
tally, it I simple enough. The Blues not only outplayed the that I became convinced how fie n Il IE Ld .. TLDE ............
Ca et down fropt, but their over-aL defitae w a st a on aI boxer be Is. He boxed Reed in s.. -YAQVUR" ............
partidth you .ee ~t elleg footbalL. the first round and did quite well. FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES 8.. "MAINA" "..'.........
"In the sacosl un d, he fought TE EST *MonAZAN".........
h It.ab.u., Reed, kept coming" on like 'e was BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST ... "g1 1Ill"..........
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ad ia ti 101d 1-me l4= press eN "We want to bring Potgleter to M.V. "SAMANCO" ................-........-.. .
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tance, the virulence of any ex-
posure and the general well-being
of the pup.-
As soon as a pup leaves the
mother, here. Is a rapid drop in
immunity, It is adtisable, there-
fore to give pupc the advantage
of distemper-fectious hepatitis
serum immediately weaning h b
We now know, moreover, that
a healthy pup can be successfully
y vaccinated against distemper
with avianized (chick embryo a,
dapted) vaccine at this tim e.
Serum should be given at the
same time.
Killed infectious hepatitis and
killed leptospirosis vaccines cap
be subsequently given at two-week
intervals if the pup remains bright
and frisky.

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Phil Woolpert moans this season, Lynne Robert, in
the, University of San Franc!scoi "LIGITNING IN ToH -Ion r
basketball coach should be. named FOBEST"
Gloomy Gus Guild president. Donald Barry, In
AH the defeodlia National Col- -L

legiate Athletic Association cham-
plons have back is 6-10 Bill Rus-
sell, the All-America center, and
K. C. Jones, t' v guard who hand-
cuffed Phdiad .hia La S a 1 e's
Tom Gola so wel in last season's
NCAA final.
The Dons play 2o games, which
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


World's Problems Will Fall

WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (UPi-I al avenue along which President
President Eisenhower came home Eisenhower rode in a plastic.
yesterday to a tremendous wel- domed automobile to the White
S coming reception, saying he was House.
glad the'doctors have "given me| As President Eisenhower, dreqs-
a parole If not a pardon." ed in brown slacks and brown
As the presidential plane arriv- sports jacket, stepped from the!
ed from Denver about 4 pmin., a plane with Mrs. Eisenhowe,- by his
mighty cheer arose from t Lk side he was seized by the hand
throng of admirers who gathered by Vice President Richard M. Nix-
at National Airport for thet first on, former President Her b e r t
look at the President in 13 long Hoover and Maj. John Eisenhow-
and suspenseful weeks. er, the President's son.
President Eisenhower, giving Leading the beaming chief exe-
smiling assurance he was well on cutive to the microphones, Nixon
the road to recovery from h is told him the cheering assembly
heart attack, responded with a was only a "small indication of
brief speech heard by the nation the joy' which his return had
over radio and television hookups. brought to the hearts of the na-
"I am deeply honored that so tion.
many of you schotld come down to The President's daugther-in-law
welcome Mrs. Eisenhower and me Mrs. Barbara Eisenhower, greet-
back to Washington," the Presl-je him with an affectionate hug
dent said in a firm but emotional- and kiss on the cheek. He respond-
voice. "It's been a little longer ed with a "Hi, darling.'
than we had planned." Waiting for him at the White
The President, who walked un- House were his beloved grandchil-
i aied down the steps from the dren, who cheered his most try-
plane, said he was sure his wel- ing days in the hospital by send-
comers would "understand the !ing him presents of bubble gum.
circumstances." I
"I am glad the doctors have From the airport, Preside n t
given me a parole I not a par- Eisenhower rode along the Po.
Sen" he added. tomac River to flag-draped Me-
Then, before being whisked a- moral Bridge, .where fire lad-
way. to the White House for a ders formed a huge arch across
weekend stop-bver en route to his which was stretched a ba n ne r
Gettysburg, Pa., farm, the Pres-. reading:- "Welcome Home Ike."
iden explained what his doctors
had told him about resuming the That was the sentiment also ex-
full duties of his office. pressed by the nine bands station-
"I i.iust ease my way into them edl aing he route and by he ap-
and not bulldoze my way into plauding bystanders. It was a
them," he said. "I would like to welcome reminiscent of the ones
speak personally to each of you he received at the end of World
to demonstrate my gratitude. But War II and at his inauguration
that is impossible and I know you in January, 1953.
will understand and let the wish The President looked rested af-
take the place of the deed. ter the five-hour flight. Although
"Thank you. We are grateful." he obviously had lost some weigh,
In contrast to .the cold, cloudy he otherwise showed little signs of
weather which hung over Denver the attack which struck him Sept.
as the President left Fitzsimons 24. He had eaten a steak lunch
Army Hospial this morning, his and aken a brief nap during the
home-coming took place in the flight.
sunny, stimulating weather of a
typical autumn day. Mrs. Eisenhower, he.- black seat
And the reception he received stole draped with a huge spray
was certain to add a bit of warm- of white orchids, was beaming as
ing therapy to his now-heal i n g I broadly as the President. A spray
heart. of long-stemmed roses was wait-
Besides the airport c r o w d, ing for her in the limousine which
thousands of persons lined the carried them to the execu tiv e
route down historic constitution- mansion..

Ailing Ike





Chess Players
Invited To New
Panama Center
Panama and Canal Zone chess
layers are being Invited to vis-
it the newly-equipped game
room of the Panama Chess Cen-
ter, presided over by Salomon
The new chess center is locat-
ed on the corner of Via Espafia
nnd the main road to La Cresta
with ample parking space in the
The game room, which went.
into operation last week, will
function from 7 p.m. to mid-
night daily. Membership In the
organization is open to both res-
idents of Panama and the Canal


Miss Benilda M. Arias, a civi-
lian employee of Albrook ir Force
Base's installation Office for a
period extendig over 13 eyars.
came the first Panama n i a n
woman ever to receive an Incen-.
tive ward at this base. She was
granted an "Outstanding' p e r
formance rating and a cash a-
ward of r100 by Albrook's Exe.
cutive Officer, Lt. Col. Donald
L. Peck.
In addition, Miss Arias is the
first to receive the "Outstand
ing" commendation for his an
numl performance rating period.
On hand for the presentation i
were Major G. A. Trifone. Instal. -. : .. *' '
ition Engineer nd Mr. Vincent
- R. Lombroia, Director of Civilian .
The letter on the su b j e c t.
"Commendation for Out.taund'ng
Performance,"' sined by H a 'ie
Commander, Colonel John W. Ob-
erdorf. was read to Mis Arias
by Col. Peck.
In part, the letter read:
"You are commended for achieve
lag his special recognition by
IUr se i md work performance.
t is gr ifying to note that you
have good example for fel-
low emp qycs and created an
Aefnt!ve .1or further effort on -
their part to achieve similar re .
cognition." It went on to say:
"Your effidceny and devotion Lt. Leslie's letter commented on recommendation, stated that Miss
this idustalltyiscom anred to the Ak verous qualities of Miss Arias. Ar:as main compensation is in
thi. s i al o.. a ..orthe A such as outstanding produciviy the personal satisfaction she do
Fare as a whole.. Your"eft redetion of error rate, constant 'rives from seeing her organiatinu.
Miss a Arias, modestly ace time saving methods, exceedingly .get a job well done.
Msthe awa s, fromn &. ,~P fel ompetent Itling an-i excellent per-' Miss Ariar was born in the0
th~e aw fom ol et lormhaace on the mechanics of Republic of Panama and attmda4
later commatel thaftshe 90a r est:prectdure. :. 'choolan Panama and th
exceptionally thrilled to have hcu.eachoolsn Panama and th
given such an honor and conaer. mmendations were Islant of Notre Dame, Statak.
action. also by Ehzyy G. Filir.
Mass 'Arias was recommended Depuytx.ns Eng.neer and' She was first assigned to thA-
by initial Jitter to the Perform-a Veiy" .. irman of the Installation Office of Albroo '
x 9 tbyth. -lat
-mr K3m oq,eS atm 'M 'o af,

nShe clutched nor z n r o a- and
cried "Somebody call police." So
the pipe fitter shot her again and
she fell dying in. the parking lot.
For a full 30 seconds, an eye-
witness said, the man stood star-
ing & her, holding a .38 special
revolver by his' side. Then, he put
he revolver to his chest and kill-
ed himself.
Police identified the pipe fitter
as William E. Burner, about 49, of
nearby Arlingota, Va.
The victim was identified as Mrs.
Mary Alexander, 45, a beautician

Shareff Won't Talk

To U.S. Officials
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 (UP) -
Moshe Sharett, Israel's minis t e r
of foreign affairs, says he has
no plans to confer personally with
United States government officials
about Israel's need for sams sup-
plies from the Unite4 'States.
His remark was made after rem
porters askew him if-he had made
any appointments with President
Eisenhower or other top govern-
ment officials since his arrival
Thursday from Rome.
He replied. "I have said re-
peatelly that this whole matter Is
being handled by our embassy."

New Bilingual
Travel Bulletin
In Circulation
A new vSpanish-English trayv
bulletin, Panama AtDi. was be.1
in distributed today to all vlL
Itors to the Isthmus arriving at
Tocumen Airport.

Published by travel agent Luis
Raul Fernandez and Rodolfo r
Barraza Jr., the bulletin don-
tains general information of in. A
tertest to tourists and -travelers: h
what to see, where to .go, where t
to shop. migration requirE-
ments, etc. -
The bulletin has been well re- '
Iceived by merchant and others
who cater to the tourist trade.

iB'woy Songwriter
Jerry Ros s

deals and a r it
rade songc. R t Enpaw

rThe TOtt-t I"aB^~~t

KIDS GALORE Crowd around to get a better look at the silver
tray presented to their teacrer as-one of the farewell, gifts.
-'"-. *

A LAST FO T$CHMER Little; s inac i fighter of
Dr. and Mrs. D.-Hirsacb., who was', last year when she first
entered the Petci Pan School, as youngest pupil who at-
tended the fare*eil party for Mrs. Yost. Oa her right Is
Connie Fidanque, first student to enter the school in 1829.

T lig iSeesr fce

Natlonalbst Air force

TAPt. Nov. 12-. (U)-Gen
Nathan Twining U.S. Air Forc
chief of staff, said today he fet
the Nattoalist Chinese air force
was capable of giving effective
support to. the Red.threatened
offshore Island of Quemoy and
But Twining, ending a visil
here, 94ld an attack on Formosa
itse' "'might necessitate n1-
creatld strength."
'Itl". Air Force leader said
there were no definite plans.i)
giv* the Nationalists any e
bombers. He added, howevypr,
that a Nationalist request 1fo
suca aircraft was receiVing
"sympathetic consideration." .
mTining's-statement colncided
whlt- warning by GenerallssT
medOh ang Kal-shek that corn-
muitht, China's ambition, to
domgnate the entire Asian oaD'
tinatponsed 4a peril :to tree

' Th Chiinse Nationalist lead-
er mSrk all TreeChinees -to do
all you xan with countigt'-on
i ." re "ctdeofte-
China.-' .
Citiag said the "gravest
sin" Oaend free Chinese. Me Miade
his warping in a speech oA. the
occealon of ceremonies te
meanorating the birthday- of.
late -Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the 'fa-
thea 9t the. Chinese resolution."
I -l ,statement, Tw aid

sCw aneao n
wax Wenp(d 'O torw 10 ;A

"ISN'T T"AT! WONDERFUI.U?" -orie? M s.-Ysta abe lab pres-
ented with a bea ltfully bound voltWi containing the names
t all of her pupUs,' why back to 19 .

E'8s A PEudRENT, teacher. Little-David Mohtanarl, age 5,
from 1955 class, son f Mr. snd Mrs. T. W. Montanar -of.Las

Culnbrea makes the presentation with a proud smile.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (UP)- The West Is faced with finding a
President E.senuower as umecom- way to hold its dominant posaion
ing yesterday thrust him into the in the strategic Arab states with
m.dar, of a nost of personal and out offending the Israeli whose
international problems which will brethren are politically powerful
demand all the attention his health in the West, notably in the United
will permit him to give them. States.
beious situations nave develop- The West also must determine
ed both at home and abroad dur- what ang military and defeailve
ing tne bU oays ne nas oeen away positions must be assumed In a
iron the capital. The immediate Europe where the Soviets ov*-
urgent business awaiting tne eres- dentally are. determined Ger-
Ident would give any vigor o u s many shall be either divided or
man a workout. wholly Communist.
When Presiaent Eisenhower left In Asia, which has bad little re-
for his Coioraco vacation, nopes cent public attention, there re-
ior peace were being carried high mains the problem of a least
oy Loe "Geneva spit ne helped holding the line against the pres-
to create at the iid-summer Big sures of expanding communism.
r our conference. The domestic front Is troubled
rhe political situation also by a farm price squeeze. Repub-
was relatinety serene. Most on- licaqs are concerned by an un-
servers felt he could not miss favorable trend discernible m' loc.
being reelected iI ie ran agaim. al election returns over the past
And Republican leaders were C three years.
contiuetl ne wougi run. These and other critical issues
The picture has been radically put the President on the spot. It
alteieu by the rresiments nears as a hotter spot even than he ex-
attack and by Russia's tactics at perienced in early 1952 w h e n
ne cui rent fuieign miansteis meet- eastern party leaders began to
'ing in Geneva. Many challenging put real pressure on him to quit
ue'isions await h:m. the Army and buck the late Sen.
Sometime in the near future the Robert A. Taft for the GOP lead-
Presiaent must oeciue wnetner to ership.
resume an all-out political life or
retire at the end of his present P ar
term. Pressure for him to make Penfon Nae
this crucial announcement is bu.ld-
ing up.
In Europe and in the Middle Slays Prety Redhead
East the Soviet Union is pursuing dubbed Hi
a eaurse that seems to endanger UIL Lhm
even the doubtful peace which he f .IN "'su0e i
poswar world had achieved. The
sweet scented atmosphere that
prevailed last summer is vanish- FALLS CHURCH, Va., Nov. 12
ing. (UP) A Pentagon Pipe fitterr
Urgent questions of foreign po. strode up to-ar a pretty red-haired
lcy and defense have been creat- woman today and shot her-.p the
ed by the new Kremlin strategy. neck because she wouldn't be 'hi
__-_ ~girl friend.

,t Atug "Al' was re-
t PanassAM-to-

NMH.5 jirtly U~Om 4*10.
.e$ ain. s asv ert. haM.-
nttz 0o r -s. "

t ilf


27 Years

of, An neon
degree which she received from
14sley College in Cambridge, the
long-time Ancon resident spent
many of her vacations returning
to school, keeping up with her
profession. She took re f r e s h e r
courses at Boston NuWr- -Train.
aig School and at mUver-
.sity through the year"* :
New that .her ,4itka, Stan.
ley, who was MKr-h ice
. CoAtroller for the NaWigpt Ii.
, Division is retiring, the 27-ye.r.
*adventure must come to an end.
%.Sit for a woman whose philo-
sOhy is "I don't think anyone's
happy unless they're busy," retire-
artent is an ugly word.
SAfter visiting daughter Gretch-
en (Mrs. Arthur Thayer) in Cali-
1forni,. the Yosts will settle $own
in the new home they purchased
it-.Gloucester, not far from -her
other daughter, Diane.
Already, plans are hatching a-
bout possibly starting a nothIer
Bdt her thoughts, she- claims.
will always be with thetiny tots
she helped take a first irm step
into the wonderland of knowledge.
And those youngster', will .al-
'ways remember their first teach-
er.with g great love and tenderness.

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'W6 .tOIl.Y THE U:S. 9PC,
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MI'pxft .-M
phi-U -l
b-4en -thin

Marion YostfEnding

e -I
SAt 'Petr Pan' ScM
A woman who has pla.d '"sea- anis returning next-week -' to
d qnd-mother" to 600 kids during Gloucester in the ime state.
Sthe last quarter of a century ta But' she' leaving part of her
Setting ready to leave the Canal heart levnd. path her
Szone.' '" o 27'. years the awE-t-faded;1
She is Mrs Maran smlg.mother of two; and grind-.
She is Mrs. Marian Ytst*ho mother- of four, has seen hund-
came to Panama from aton, children from both sides
Ms 3 years ago as a T 'e, ofW border troop through ba
ie.u. ursery- schoolhouse, mnown
as the Peter: Pan Schdul,"
British FreihteThere-she has.taught them not
sh only the rudiments of the English
r Language, but basic preceptr of
J l m rI iie90 goon conduct, manners, and the art
of peting along with each-other,
beside creative activity resulting
Wih RP M rd p many rewarding experipees.
.Connie Fidanque one of her first
AMBURG Grmn v pupils back in igM who has child-
SMAMBURGi Germany, Nov. 12 ren of tier own nowsum en it
'-(.O -- A British fmeighter collid- ups.terday at a beaostt -
'1 with a smaller si be Yed prty tendered M Yost by
to 'e a Panamanian motorshipn ortormer stadentSand l i.r
thifog-covered BalUtic Sea teay parents s:
"I never will forget that year
'The KiW.M~rtime Radio Station a1% iopg $s I five. I was only
riotdthattW ritis SMAtIS fiVe, but she made me feel. 4=-
Ofig "Isaac Carter"' called prtat, -he ide eve so
1Wap from a position aboiut terestlg, each day was a po w
Smiled east of the Gen a. Ba.ti wrmder: ani joy."
Sport of Klel. The ship repoL These feelnlags are re-ech o e d
t had sprung a lua.e. acn year as a new batch qf Pe-
S The st&ani said it was bdiev- word. ut
d. the ship collided with the Pa- Not content with her teacher's
, ahnlala 9 Z-ton freighter "Pa-

t' he leak let water the
UPf s fresghl room b 4 t W-"l v
Carter was reperte i to
ot4. u its trip to AW e' Oa- OL_ __ _
S onet bpy thm_ a
MViera CQ -L SA. of Panam. Ci- .
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On Shoulders Of

Stirring Reception Warms

President's Return 'Home'

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