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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY. OCTOBER IS, 1956
Britain To Israel
'Don't Hit Jordan
LONDON, Oct. 12 (UP) Britain warned today it
will go to Jordan' aid in the tvsnt of outright Israel
aggression on tht Arab atata.
A Foreign Office spokesman said that under the Anglo Anglo-Jordan
Jordan Anglo-Jordan treaty Britain had ai direct obligation to come to
Jordan's assistance in case of an attack.
Jordan and Israel have "been
made aware that Her Majesty's
government would fulfill their
obligations under the Anglo-Jordan
treaty," he said.
The notice was given by Brit British
ish British envoys in Amman and Tel
Aviv less than ttwo days after
the latest clash between the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli and Jordanian forces.
The spokesman did not say,
nowever, what type of attack
would lead to British interven intervention.
tion. intervention. He refused to give the Brit British
ish British assessment of an Israeli
raid on Jordan Wednesday
night that left at least 64 dead
on both sides.
After a similar "retHiatory"
raid two weeks ago, the British
Foreign Office sharply criticized
Israel's foreign policies.
The Foreign Office spokesman
made it clear today Britain had
intervened in the Jordan-Israel
dispute on its own and was not
prompted by the tripartite dec declaration
laration declaration by which it guarantees
Middle East peace with the
United States and France.
The spokesman said the Brit British
ish British envoys told the Amman and
Tel Aviv governments of the im-
Spied On Israel
Gels Year's Jail
JERUSALEM, (Israeli Sector)
Oct. 12 (UP A district court yes
terday convicted a 29-year-old A
merican woman of spying on Is
rael for the Arabs and sentenced
her to. a vear in prison.
Mary Jrances Hagan, of Hum
initon, W.V., was convicted on
a charge ef.asalaflng the Israeli
Official Secrets Act and under
mining the country's security.
The trial which ended last Fri
day, was conducted in secret. But
the court was opened for Judge
Benjamin Halcvi to read the sent
Miss Hagan was accused of spy spying
ing spying for Syria.
According to her testimony,
which was released after the trial,
she described herself as the
common-law wife of Ghaleb Kayli,
senior official in the political de department
partment department of the Syrian foreign
office. Kayall later denied it.
The slim, dark-haired girl was
pale and unsmiling as two women
jailers escorted her into the court courtroom.
room. courtroom. Her spiked heels made her
look taller than her five-feet, sev seven
en seven inches. (
The government said that al although
though although she claimed to be a journ journalist
alist journalist on her arrival here, her pass passport
port passport described her as a student.
She was a student of fine arts and
theology at Columbia University
She was provided with a defense
counsel by U.8. Ambassador Ed- wa.
war! Lawson. The policemen were unarmed,
According te h5er testimony, they had left their guns and
Miss Hagan worked for the Amer-1 lathes at the station house be be-ican
ican be-ican Friends of the Middle East I ore going into action. The dem demand
and demand for the Syrian delegation to ; onstrators held fast before the
the United Nations.
Kids Under Shock
After Night Ordeal
TERRA ZZANfJ. Italy Oct. 12
jt Tj.v a th ST school
liWren held Jer six hours
Wednesday by tiro madmen bro-
thers are tn a state or serious
nervous shock, doctors said to
the doctors said the psyeholo
gical impact of the nightmarish
ordeal could have serious conse-
ouenres for the children through-
on' their lives.
The 7 ehi'dren and 1 h r e e
schoolteachers were new nostage
by Lie bro. ers v&d I u i jv I to
ransom the"! for rrci.pr.. ney
were rescued by police who shot
tnelr way into the school. One
laborer who led the attack was
School authorises planned to
send tne ch.ldrea oa a nerve-relaxing
vacation hut were undeci undecided
ded undecided on where. They will be under
t'-c coatro' of a oanel of doctors
and psychiatrists during the I r
During the siege in the school
two brothers., Arturo Santato, 27,
a' Fr-'o F, thve e-"d to h';-d
and to kill the children. Arturo
v j i L ansi erred today to Mom Mom-belle
belle Mom-belle Insane Asylum under a
heavy police escort.
portance Britain attaches "to
steps being oaken to safeguard
He said the Israeli govern government
ment government again was reminded that
Britain takes a dim view of
the Jewish state's "eye-for-an-eye"
Diplomatic sources said the
British move was a clear warn warning
ing warning to Israel, the third in re recent
cent recent months.
Station HOG Starts
On Atlantic Side
"Your Community Station" HOG
chalked ud another first in the
annals of Panamanian radio his
torv vesterdav when the Pana
mu City radio station started re re-broadcasting
broadcasting re-broadcasting its programs on 10
90 kilocycles in the city of Colon.
HOG became the first commer
cial all- English station in the re republic
public republic of Panama when it started
broadcasting in Panama City nine
Bv extending its coverage to
the city of Colon, the station,
owned by Harmodio Anas Jr.
also has become the first rammer
cial radio outlet to broadcast en entirely
tirely entirely English for Atlantic side
Arias said the station will now
be able to offer Atlantic siders
the same service Pacific sixers
have obtained since the
station went into operation: up-to
the minute local and foreign
news hours ahead of any other
English language radio outlet,
top musical and information pro
Srams and a fast selling adver
Jap Leftists Seek
To Block Exoansion
Of US Air Base
TOKYO, Oct. 12 (UP) -More
than 130 persons were reported
injured today in an hour-long
clash between 1,200' Japanese
policemen and 3.000 Leftists
seeking to block expansion of
the runways of the US Air Force
base at Tachikawa. The demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators said 86 Leftist pickets,
including 23 women, were In Injured,
jured, Injured, nine seriously.
Twenty Socialist Deputies were
in the front ranks of the dem demonstrators.
onstrators. demonstrators. Police firsi warned
them to stand aside and then
picked them up bodily and car carried
ried carried them to the side of the
Police were ordered into action
afl.er eight days of fruitless at
tempts by a Japanese team to
survey land In the tiny farming
; village of sunakawa for ex-
tendino the runways of Tachlka
initial assault but gradually the
phalanx collapsed. Fighting rag
ed on the narrow roads and
spilled over into the muddy ve vegetable
getable vegetable patches.
A "truce was called by the
deputies and police aftej- more
than an hour of fighting to a a-void
void a-void further casualties and both
Th survey team did not vet
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (UP)
The U.S. tax court has ruled the
"wa"e of sin" are taxable.
I The court handed down the nil
j jn in find'oft that a Chicago play-
glr owes the government $27,430
on her earnings over a 12 year
The court's opinion said play play-girl
girl play-girl Blanche E. Lane filed no in income
come income tax returns for the years
1940 to 1951.
But the opinion said dunns
those years 'she was a prostitute
and a keeper of a house of prosti prostitution
tution prostitution and derived income from
these activities together with the
legitimate rental of part of her
'We gather that (heri conten contention
tion contention is that the wages of sin are
exempt from taxation..." the court
said. 'This contention is not ten tenable."
able." tenable." The court also disclosed that
one of Blende's 'legitimate ten tenants"
ants" tenants" was an income tax consultant
Hopes for 59
In US Plane
LONDON, Oct. 12 (UP) UJ3.
search planes converged today
on an area 150 miles north of
the Azores where repeated SOS
signals raised hope there may
be survivors among (the 59 Amer
icans missing aboard an air
transport service plane.
There was no certainty the
signals were from the missing
plane but a U S. Air Force
spokesman said "definite dis distress
tress distress signals'' were picked up
and that rescue pftnes streaked
to (the area from J&e Lagens
Base, used as a mid-ocean stop
on the flight from Britain to
The MATS plane disappeared
yesterday on a flignt from La-
kenheath Air Base m Engtana
to the Azores en route to the
United States. It carried a nine nine-man
man nine-man Navy crew and 50 Air Force
officers and men.
The first distress) signal was
picked up by Pan American pas
senger flight flying from Lon
don to New York, witmn sec seconds
onds seconds the Lagens Air Force Base
picked up a similar "definite"
Still another distress signal
from the same area was picked
up later by a Pan-American
plane flying from Gander to
Britain. Capt. Stewart Doe of
Panam Flight 100 out of New
York said he heard "a strong
Doe said on landing at Prest Prest-wick,
wick, Prest-wick, Scotland, the SOS was
heard quite clearly and that he
was able to get dearjng which
he radioed to London. The fix
was also about 150 miles north
of the Azores. His flight was di diverted
verted diverted from London because of
U. S. Air Force headquarters
at Buisllp reported this morn morning
ing morning that "numerous" planes
were in the area but that none
had sighted rafts or wreckage.
Most of them were out of the
For Rlowina Nuts
Off Pecan Trees
ALBANY, Gs., Oct. 12 (UP) -Pecan
growers today announced
a successful" new use for the heli
copter blowing nuts off trees at
Watched by growers, govern government
ment government officials and cameramen, a
helicopter hovered over trees here
in a pioneer experiment yesterday
and stripped limbs' off ripe nuts
with its 70-mile an hour down downward
ward downward draft.
That will be cheaper than the
present method of ramming
trunks of the trees with bulldozers
to shake off the nuts, industry
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UNTOUCHED BY WOMEN'S HANDS. . is what the proud sign proclaims as an Inducement
(perhaps) for Navy men to buy these home-made cakes. The Coco Solo Naval Station
Branch 6 of the "Fleet Reserve Association ca me up with this novei promotion idea for rais raising
ing raising money that th?y will contribute towards a new building for National Headquarters in
Washington. Shewn hovering domestically over their wares are (1. to r.) F. M. Montez, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, J. R. T.vld, O. B. Phillips, J. Ramsey, president of Branch h9. Said Ramsey as sale
was acclaimed a success: "This should prove beyond a doubt that the men can beat ihe
ladies at their own game in the kitchen."
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EDWARD "BARNEY" BARLOW locks his last ship through
Barney' Sends His Last Vessel
Through PCs Miraflores Locks
Edward "Barney" Barlow lock locked
ed locked his 'nth and last ship through
Miraflores locks this week.
Even he refused to guess how
maay of the over 200,000 transit-
. : ... i
snips nc Has sssisiea inrougn
es Locks since he rtertedta took a temporary job. He began i
for the Locks Division, in
The ship he locked through
Wednesday, his last dsy of work
as an active member of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal team, was the Takeshi Takeshi-ma
ma Takeshi-ma Maru on a normal northbound
transit. As the big lock gates open
ed to let the vessel into Miraflo
res Lake, the ship gave Barney a
farewell salute with three blasts
from its whistle.
Whatever his record in raising
or lowering snips of all sizes,
from canoes to battleships, tome
35 feet at Miraflores Locks, Bar Barlow
low Barlow has established another rec record
ord record which may stand for future
generations of Canal employe.
He has, without doubt told more
people more things about how the
Locks and other important parts of
the Panama Canal works than any
other person. And, each one of the
thousands was told with great per personal
sonal personal pride in his job and in the
magnificence of the Panama Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Royalty, chief executives, and
casual visitors all received the
same enthusiastic response to ques questions
tions questions of every conceivable nature.
Barney did not confine his flow flowing
ing flowing description to visitors to Mira Miraflores
flores Miraflores Loccks and in past years,
he has made many trips through
the Canal telling tourists and dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished visitors about the Canal
while their vessels were in t r a n
Bsrlow came to the Isthmus just
40 years ago as a baseball player
and iust as many others now in
'the Canal organization have done.
to believe in the last few years
Uhat he really was on the perma-
He and Mrs. Barlow are leaving
the Isthmus tomorrow on the Pa Panama
nama Panama Line and plan to retire at
Croton-on-Hudson in New York
state. However, he doesn't plan to
make that his permanent residence
for sometime later. "My imme immediate
diate immediate plans," he said after his last
day at work, "are to see some something
thing something of my own country."
Seek To Sell US
Films In Hungary
BUDAPEST, Oct 12 (UP)-Erlc
Johnston, president of Motion Pic
ture Export Association of Amer America,
ica, America, and four other American film
experts arrived at Budapest yes yesterday
terday yesterday to discuss possibilities of
selling American films in Hunga Hungary.
ry. Hungary. The Americans started talks
with representatives of the Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian state owned film industry im im-mediitely
mediitely im-mediitely after their arrival..
They will leaveBudapest Oct. 14
for Prague, Warsaw and Moscow.
They will leave Budapest Oct.
11 for Prague, Warsaw and Mos
Fire On Mob
HONG KONG, Oct. 12 (UP)
British security forces open opened
ed opened fire today on a mob gath gathering
ering gathering in downtown Kowloon
and first reports said two
Chinese were injured,
The clash was the most seri serious
ous serious in a day marked by scatter scattered
ed scattered rioting in the Kowloon area
across the harbor from Hong
Kong. The crowd dispersed when
police fired and a Portuguese
family took one of the wounded
Chinese into its home for treat treatment.
ment. treatment. It was the third day of rioting
in this British crown colony.
United Press Movietone cam cameraman
eraman cameraman Marv n Farkas who
accompanied police on a pa patrol
trol patrol through the riot-torn dis district
trict district said one mob broke into
a Communist owned win
store today and wrecked furni furniture
ture furniture and smashed bottles in
the street. The mob melted a a-way
way a-way when the police arrived.
Several fires were started in
Stern measures by Hong Kong
police and British troops kept
most of the streets deserted, and
ithere was no repeat of the wide widespread
spread widespread rioting which brought
the Tommies into action yester yesterday
day yesterday with tanks and machine machine-guns.
guns. machine-guns. Though the situation was rel
atively ouiet. officials admitted
they did not know what would
baonen next. A t
British colonial authorities
nut the death toll In the riot-
ing at 3 to 40 and said it
might be some time before an
accurate figure could be reach reached.
ed. reached. Early estimates of 100 dead
were drastically revised down downward.
ward. downward. PeiolM radio, the voice of
Communist China, was making
propaganda hay out of tne riot rioting
ing rioting and one broadcast said the
British had been lax in dealing
with "Kuomlntang" or Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist elements and ftiiled to take
prompt measures to stop the ri rioting.
oting. rioting. School Kids Rushed
To Hospital tiler
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12 (UP) -Nineteen
school children licked
"blue" copper sulphate rock yes yes-rerdnv
rerdnv yes-rerdnv and were rushed from
their classroom to a hospital for
treatment when they complained
of a "sour" taste in their mouths.
Tn rock, brought bv one stu
dent, were analyzed and found to
be blue vitriol copper sulphate, us used
ed used primarily as a disinfectant or
external antiseptic when dissolv dissolved.
ed. dissolved. School authorities said all but
two of the children were releas released
ed released from the hospital and permit permitted
ted permitted to return to school afttr hav having
ing having the "bitter taste" washed out
of their mouths. The two were
sent home for further treatment.
"It looked good and was sweet,"
nine-year-old Jerry O'Nesky said.
"It was good at first but then
School authorities called in par parents
ents parents or the stricken children and
it was decided to rush the young youngsters
sters youngsters to' the hospital. A total of 11
boys and eight girls underwent
the emergency treatment. It was
not determined where the one
youngster had obtained the rocks.
MIAMI, Oct. 12 (UP) -Ruth
Bradfield dialed the loudest wrong
number in twon Thursday, worry worrying
ing worrying minn ttt fha 7A7 177 r.clitnto
Miss Bradfield, attractive blonde
cation division, accidentally dialed Roderick has taken the posl posl-the
the posl-the master switch which set off j It is up to the House and
six ear-splitting sir raid sirens Senate committees concerned to
throughout the county. I decide whether members are to
Hundreds of worried residents be publicly identified,
fearing s possible air attack) Some of the travelers n n-jammed
jammed n-jammed telephone lines for near- doubtedlv were work'ng, at
ly an hour as they called police least to the extent of inspect -stations,
civil defense headquar-i inr operations of the Panama
Urs and newspapers.
Panama Line Tab
For Fiscal 1955
Was $ 22,154
WASHINGTON, Oct 12 (UP) The government
conceded today that it paid for free Caribbean cruises
last year for about 90 members of Congressional parties.
An official audit of the General Accounting Office
said that the government-owned Panama Line picked up
a $22,154 tab for Congressional travel on 15-day cruises
to Haiti and the Panama Canal Zone in the 1955 fiscal
The exact number of Congressmen who ware involv involved
ed involved in the balmy trips to Haiti and the Canal Zone was a
closely guarded secret. Even more closely guarded were
(Ed. note: Closely guarded, that is, from the benight benighted
ed benighted few who do not read The Panama American, which
regularly prints the complete Panama Line passenger
lists issued by Balboa Heights.
(Stand by for heads to roll in Washington. Failure te
read The Panama American is a serious dereliction).
But neither the GAO nor any
other government agency was
willing yet to give the identi identities
ties identities of the free-loaders, despite
President Eisenhower's state statement
ment statement yesterday that he saw no
reason why (the Panama Line's
lists snouid not oe
say how many
staff aides, and
took the Ironical tour. But at
the housekeeping rate of $240
per person, its total for the
195S fiscal year would cover 92
The trin has lone been a fa
vorite with Congressmen. The
lawmakers themselves and staff
aides travel free. Wives and
children pay subsistence rates
one congressional traveler re
called that durinqr a recent Eas
ter recess, two House members,
with a staff aide, reserved snace
on one of the three luxury ships
for an lnsnectlon trip or the ca
nal for the House Mercharit Ma
When they boarded the shsn
In New York, he sad, the two
found 12 of therr colleagues a -board
and a total Congres Congressional
sional Congressional narty of 44.
The GAO audit was the first
hard disclosure In a delicate
matter hitherto shrouded in al almost
most almost totpl secrecy. It was sub submitted
mitted submitted onlv a few davs ago to
the House Merchant Marine
committee, it, has not vet been
printed for public distribution.
An earlier GAO report cover cover-in"
in" cover-in" ith ponoma Cannl Cor's op operation's
eration's operation's in fiscal 195 hinted
that the government's cruise
line that vear was even more
ponulrr with members of Con Congress
gress Congress than in fiscal 1PS5.
It, dtd not sfy sneelfcalrv who
was involved but noted tnt the
line issued "free oasses" for
trevel worth M4.000.
" The comnenv's board nf direc directors
tors directors will hold its nuarterlv meet meet-Inn
Inn meet-Inn her tomorrow. It will con consider
sider consider whether to reverse Its
lon"-stf,nd!nir no'irv ains, all
nubile disclosure on free Con Con-grc'lonal
grc'lonal Con-grc'lonal travel.
It also w'll consider whether
th Panma LTln ce'dn't ?et
slone lost es well wth wo
shins instead of three, and at
a K saving.
Pr'or to the President's com comment.
ment. comment. Georere H. Roderick, as assistant,
sistant, assistant, secretary of the Armv
pnd rhslrm8n of the board of
directors of the Panama Cannl
Co., had agreed to take uo with
the board tomorrow whether
some information can be releas released
ed released on the free-riding Congres Congressional
sional Congressional groups.
Roderick indicated there jwas
little prospect of releasing names
of the lawmakers involved. How
ever, he ssld the board would
consider releasing information
"ie u uo
Canal All were carried under
the presumption that they
were en official betineas.
One of three identical 10,0
ton vessels, with accommod,
tions for 210 passengers, sah
weekly from New York for poit
au Prince, Haiti, and Cristobal
In the Canal Zone.
er A, feaaw layover in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The while ersise takes IS
Paying passengers are charged
from $243 to $597 for the round
trip. But a letter from his com committee
mittee committee chairman, from tht
House speaker or from the pres president
ident president of the Senstte is all a Con Congressman
gressman Congressman needs for his ticket.
These letters, accordkg ta
general understanding around
the Capitol, are not too hard
to eome by. There is a widely widely-held
held widely-held feeling that every law lawmaker
maker lawmaker should see tvs country's
vital operations at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal.
A House or Senate committee
staffer, accredited in the same
way as the member, also travels
free. Wives are carried at the
reduced rate of $110. Children
also get a special break.
Congressional enthusiasm for
Inspecting the Panama Canal
usually reaches two seasonal
peaks, at Easter and along about
The later season is reported to
be favored especially in election
years both by losers as well as
victors in congressional election
The line's brochure explains
the tour's popularity in a lyrio
portrayal of the "15-day luxury
cruise-tours to sunny Haiti, Pa Panama
nama Panama and Panama Canal."
It speaks of shipboard swim swimming,
ming, swimming, dancing, games, "dell "dell-clous
clous "dell-clous food and wines," superb
accommodations and enchant enchanting
ing enchanting visits ashore.
Another heralded attraction is
the "breath-taking selection ot
luxury imports at unbelievably
low prices" that may be picked
up in Panama City.
The Panama Line is part of the
publicly -owned Panama Canal
Company, which operates ths
Panama Canal under thtjflHIt thtjflHIt-tary
tary thtjflHIt-tary of the Army.
A company spokesman said It
exists mainly to supply the Ca Canal
nal Canal and haul its employes.
To Support NAACP
WASHINGTON. Oct. 12 (UP)
An official of the National Catho Catholic
lic Catholic Welfare Conference urged law law-abiding
abiding law-abiding citizens today to rally to
the defense of the National Asso
ciation for the Advance of Colored
was made by Msgr.
Higgins, director of
the NCWC social action depart department,
ment, department, in an article written for
publication in Catholic diocesan
newspapers and other publica publications.
tions. publications. Higgins said Southerners and
state government officials who
would outlaw the NAACP for its
j role in the segregation battle "are
clearly violating" the principle of
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m RRfRivW fNpthrii- on art -nd4) r whetW caRtidcRtw new twist to this 1956 presidential
Rt. campaign is that both the Re
tt tor foiitrlkut tenet don't b IrwrNrrI K n don' ppi to-' publicans and the Democrats are
om oot Un rm Mb!ishtd in th rdr receive now trying to smear each other
If H kR rh lttn limit r r rrr inrk. s "mi honatres
lRtir or (titer writer it held m itrictett cidenc. Much of the Democratic cam.
Tt mmmmm mmm a rRi-ilv ri of' pai?n, of course, is based on the
6 MtRr frRR RRBORfit charge that the Renublicans are
running a "big-business" admin
istration, with a millionaire Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet that has little real concern
for the downtrodden and under
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charge with .the claim that all
their rich officials were born poor
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that trie rich- Democrats inneritea
THE NICE NEW NIXON
Perhaps tut have heard about the new. high .road Nixon, IJSJ&VIJS,
who has a gooc: chance ol becoming Preaioeui of the unite- O0-j)m.. flt the t0I) eco.
....- t ,iu-- -.f v,u, w u. t,i..i it, ho -io h.it positions at me lop oi uie eco-
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he just can't escape the -training he got iiom the immacu.aie
Murray Chotlae. wna was his politica mentor.
Dick hasn't said: "Ail that I am i owe to Murray. Dk- tnelr fortuneSi wnich makes tnem
no longer menuon. Murray, out i am inciinou uj burorci u real scions o inherited wealth
Murray is wonting oenina tne scene;; aespiie nis Danisnnieiu Democratic orators from Thom Thom-by
by Thom-by Len Hall, Clrman of the Republican National Committee. as Jrfffrso- iTtA Andrew Jac'cson
Recently Ueanor Roosevelt belore a television "Meet ie 0) through" the New and Fair Fair-Press"
Press" Fair-Press" jpanel referred to Mr. Nixon; campaign for Senator ln ,Deal ,days havg made political
wmen ne aeieaiea Heien oanagan uojgias, m wmcn ntmer- cpitai on the 'claim that they
d his oppontac by innuendo as a Cunmumst. The hew Nixon wre tbe rea eoimpions of the
was qutek to deny the charge saying he had only questioned wni the opposition was
Mrs nnucrtRs' "inriffment, (kit R.nt4r nt miAiil (RiTtiri ) art a
- 1 1 : 4 o- II4C pfll I. J ui fA.i mi fiuvuvftr.
. Mrs. Douglas replied that "he (Naton) was much too wise i To that charge this year,
to have callejd me a Communist :r. so many words. Mevertnt- the Republicans have thought up
less, Mrs. Douglas added that "the entire Nixon campaign was a countercharge. It pictures
designed to: create the Impression 1 was a Communist or at Democratic presidential candidate
least iOmmumsuc. Ad-'ii JeVepf"! as t F"H'nw,
Now iust how did the nice M:. Nixon "question Mrs. DouK-msgmiorine with a hl in hi
las' judgment' Well one way was to organize the squad of shoe as-the friend of small bu$i bu$i-"lady"
"lady" bu$i-"lady" teltphone volunteers for Nixor. All day long all over ness, the small farmer and the
California they called telephone numbers and when they got common mar.
an aiuwer they sard sweetly: "Tins is a friend speaking. Did1 This campaign goes beyond
you know that Hrlen Gahagan Douglas is a Communist. Stevenson, however, to charge
They hunt; up promptly, being too laayiute to wait tor a that the Democratic party is
reply. Certainly that was a perfectly Innocent question, a crawling with roJllioBaires.
Making for information, even if they did not wait for an an- four times ; nitely, Republican
swer. There was no intention of implying that Mrs. Douglas spokesmen have aimed political
Was a Commui:i.n: it was just the nice Nixon way of question- thunderbolts at Stevenson and the
lag her judgment." Democrats oo this accusation.
in her reD'.v to the New Nixon, Mrs. Douglas referred to "the Said Sen. Andrew F. Schoeooel
now" famous rink sheet used by Mr. Nixon in the 1950 cam- of Kansas-"Never have so many
"Dinner's Ready Dear"
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NEW YORK Lea Hall may and Brooklyn are about 70 per
not know it, but while he'd been cent Democratic,
goading the President, John
i osier Dj ei al kuo re?.w WIRTZ REJECTS IDEAS
activity, a significant battle has
been going on inside the Stevenson A meeting was held in New
camp which should cheer him up. York last week between Adlai's
The Democratic candidate and law partner, William Wirtz, and
his top advisers are at sixes and some of the best brains of the TV TV-sev
sev TV-sev ns on at least four important theatricaf entertainment world,
problems: With the Republicans able to m
1. Adlai's failure to attack Ei- biliin the advertising moguls of
senhower with body blows. Ad- Madison Avenue on a commission
visers worry over tbe way be basis, the Democrats got TV
pulls his punches when it comes theatrical artists free,
to Ike's solar plexus. 1 Among those who. volunteered
2. Failure to work out and fol- were the most creative brains of
low any long-range speech-writing: Broadway: Alan Jay Lerner,
and campaign structure, plus lack author of "My Fair Lady," Oscar
of advance work prior to Steven- Hammerstein, author of "Oklaho "Oklaho-son's
son's "Oklaho-son's speeches. ma," "South Pacific" and otter
3. Failure of Stevenson to come top hits; Herman Wouk, author
through as a person over TV as of "The Caine Mutiny"' and Louis
effectively as he did in 1952. Cowan, the CBS producer who
4. Failure to facilitate press re- originated the $84,000 Question,
lations with anywhere near the They fired idea after idea aimed
same efficiency as the press ex- at pepping up the Stevenson cam cam-pens
pens cam-pens around Nixon and Eisen- paign. All were turned down by
hower. IWirti, who doesn't want bis law
One of Stevenson's troubles is partner to attack Eisenhower,
that bis law partner, William Meanwhile Stevenson's- speech speech-Wlrtz,
Wlrtz, speech-Wlrtz, has the last look at his writers, working almost 21 hours
speeches. He is tbe final editor, a day. are getting bogged down,
and Wirtz insists that there be no They have done a terrific job so
direct body blows at Eisenhower, far. But they have to grind out
an average of two speeches a day
By BOB MARK
GLENLIVET Scotland Mister easlon In Rret Rritam
i I rt, ; J Ibj. I nn ... ,, 1 r. n 1- that t n H kill... l&J ) J 1.. T M T, 1 I j . I V , . ... . o - w, w
paign one su.a mis was ica.n0 uu uu pacx m-i. .wuiuiri mm su Miuurnij i d, as, narucn once promiseo 10 i nave naa a lair bit to do with about the day's abort than in the l'c-acu
"th DoualasiMarcantonio axis and said she had voted witn -the little man' as right now. . .take me arouse shootin in Scot, such thines a iM i-r,h..i. ..t.,.i a..,'. i ?. advance.
cans get more fun out of talking SE "Tn wJor sp"ecnM
4 ik. .Z l T.Z1 released six hours oi more in
while Ike's speech writers
out about two a week.
' I Finally, Stevenson suffers from
When the speeches reach Stev- the split operations of the two
enson it's usually about three oen in command Jim Finnegan,
hours before delivery, and by the his camnaian maneier end Wil-
time he finishes tinkering with Bam Wirtz, his law partner. Fin
them to insert personal touches, negaa is doing the music while
u s isie m tne evening too late Wirtz writes the words, and they
for good coverage in the big East- seem to be out of synchronisation
era morning papers. At Yale the most of the time,
other night he got off one of his Though Adlai started off his
masterpieces, but it was not re- campaign like a pistoi, he's the
leased in time for many morning one who now seems tt be "run "run-papers.
papers. "run-papers. Again he delivered a great ning like a dry creek."
speech before the Liberal party I
in New York, without benefit of, HT 1 J ..
much publicity. INfew rrodiicts
In contrast both Eisenhower's i
NEW YORK (UP) A good
Mr. Marcantomo (the late Representative Vito Marcantonlo of 'Many of these are men who in- land, but while he gets younger, geri, lions, buffalo and other' un- tion a rather imdov double on the' Anothr organizational defect is Ty tyh "k STZl
New York). "354 times in the House of Representative.." Mr. rherited their money, among them I get older, and I decided not to pleasant f,Uure of stwMB caUed dynamucTtor an &
Marcantonlo was a spokesman for the left wing American u- he richest men in American pol- wait. scared me as much as the Scots cence. Paign m a n a g er s to give h'm meT that X mdeV your pillow
bor party. ... .. t.. Ayeretl -Harriman and 0, So here am I, boss, on the for-'grouse. They fry about 60 miles I can mention, however the enou?n tlmei ? .veI. Sffl ,Z -. nn vm.r
Incidentally the American JLaaor party no longer exisi. i mennen aoapy wuuams. Ana 130 mer estates of the Duke of Uor- per hour in a vacuum, but as they prowess of one of the party Lord n ,avance- rresiaeni isennoweri-jr-.
Also nunareas oi oincr ongreiiicn vuia wmi mi. mui.u- uiuiu.u urrri irw v-bicrsu aon ana menmona, wearing a oniy consent to fly downwind. Strafford who has a built-in hal. T y" -fk. wtrnni- maehine is actu-
per." Nether one of the gentlemen in question had the slight-
est loiMiiau t'l u iv'j is m4j k. ju.uusii yy-c a r.v.
- Nice prospect for President of the United States.
, . Crede Calhoun
COROZAL BlOLr CALLS
Whv is it that after a latose of about two (2 y4ra it Is
now decided that every bugle call shall be blasted over the
PJl. speakers located at the fire station at the Coroaal cross
be come m' skimming the And 1 can mention several frXn7TW Stev- achievement principles as wefl as
and or they come in high, end Ughtful old boys who tottered up 9" m. m' a wide range of educational sub-
te.!3k&JM rTVtee bef0Mit? that can be taught either
tonio" on Democratic adminlstratJon measures on social secur- convention of the Gilded Party." tweed deer-stalker, a puzzlecfex- when driven, they are usuallv HZi lishc which escaDea me firnuse A.venue's best JV experU, Robert' anoarVtus
ity and other welfare measures, not cne onwnicn tne present aaia rosimasrer uenerai Annur pression. and the only long pants ging about 1000 knots when they came vo caU on him anc remained Moniomry: Dn;w ici, comes with Tan unef-Diow
Republican: regime has repealed as creeping socialism." Thoy E SiimmerfieH "The fakery in the party. The rest of the noble flip oyer a hill and fly through to be eaten Mine'seldom brthered 2P m-,n, down f'om, New l JS speaker and recordiSgs
are even trying to take credit for some of them. of Adlai Stevenson's campaign. is milords wear knickerbockers of a you. 8 to wave me farewell and also works with sWTtT J inciuaea success
Ana noie just a uitie niAim- h wuui ui hw h1" va .v.ii.. h .vu iiiua. tjAumcrRni iweau. we aress iney
running srouna tne country wiw ior dinner, of course, after climb- ground
a hole in his shoe. He trades in inn over mountain nil Hv innu th.v ii
iirn ct i l. ..... v. :. i j L r. ... . :r J ki"i imn u uu uic uuis wiui me rkuujt .u- irtt u
mii oucci aim ne s nc is iui ana I nave taintpn ar unci luiro that ncenrc th .1 i. .t:r. 1 .1 mv iv caiiiKids cuiu. .. :, 1
k. t.ih,. ,nr, : it V., -v.... j prtisc mumcni ui tuaiiiuis, WIIU31 t was nai on . .,, .j;. iu. wnlle vou re asleep or auriog pen-
TOi CurtU of N..l.frbT.crieaCtr' iffKM WJPfl-'S EluT &S1S S SlZned Z
brasks-"I have seen published. All my life I have thought a! Alfhuih,V wadd SfcS
reports that upwards of. two mU- moor, where cranbrrries and hunt is a c, efu one if less cau Highlands On a day when Wm mi Sflnf0xam and then oUced the
Harriman in his drive (to so-This was a enevous error nn mv nu .-m v. .1 : j i t mass media of pohtics has left """ Yr ... -ii.i. r c:.....
Z-i ?.? ra0Ctk, Pre"dential S?r MiM ? M,j0r Ricbrrd S butU (btodi) 50 yarts'Tpart 5T t out pSt-r; Vnd behind tive RtSSm? Chlgo IU
nomi1Ia'lon)- iWaddmgton, has 35,090 acres un-and unless you remember the heathered hUh, no, performer. Eisenhower on the "lsUWM' nicagoiu..
,t:i- 1 An I can mention the w'StLr.TS. No' The latest in radios is one .mn
n lar Jtioa. xnere are a 101 oi us nere inat nave
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nilimrmftm7.kml$ait skipper? rfaociftnOBted
' w Rings da Bell Wwert
Rod. Lealk J
in an earlier all
the Democrat h'al
the poor little i
ing takes place. A handsome lady bird or animal I
PARAISO U A(U E
Through th medium ot the Mail Box the Paralso Mutual
Aid Club Is hereby asking Car'os Kleta, Oil Garrido, David
Constable of 1 our staff Leslie Williams, Ramon Mendez. Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Joseph and Pan American Always to use their good of offices
fices offices to have Jackie Robinson and Don Larsen Invited to be
our guests for ten days during Panama's independence festivi festivities.
ties. festivities. Benjamin Soley,
ment-ni and to. Slm like an old Pro. No1 u "QWS l.l
i... v-. : . .uiwuui vi ucuuei-. w 'i 11 ceriR'n" nou cs, mm",,. ...u i- u onniiun to ill imo a sniri mre-ci
yy uiRi mountains. una takes olaee A hinrlmm l.- Jiii r .R..i .. rone wr-ctw mm it ij "..,., ..u..tdA
Ich boy, K i. almost not an exaggeration on this shoot ahoekw 7ZL HiXLuS tTZTiu tB e toea- I..."T;.r.r?.t
A lie uiRiima-iwiLL -""-.
radio requires ne Operating ex expenses
penses expenses and lasts indefinitely.
Vou tn it small size is a self-
I at ADiiene, ivani;, in iikm inai uie :. : -.kt.k ro.
he newest view SSSlTl SSTw K JSf -SK fB- -ivet
distilleries, '!? ."im "s """""S Iute .Si0, however, you've got to use a
,nn ?,fmemMr-. S?, to lay. that my loader, who said ing: ; damage to I wiU. return again '?,wer w"? wsM-uflMy at me
300 mi llionalres at the his name was Forbes, was Sirf'PIease be careful about low MirterB. if Iim ana ey per at ?taogo to
convention." Edmund Hillary, because we cer-'birds. I was shot in the butt last mit. to mate a more inumaL nd.dllveMS such. SSJr.-:h
Answer to Prviou6 Paula
tain v rnvRriwi lorritnrv that utnulH v..r Gk. .... .u. .v.. s-i
tu inn i v. ; I : . iii.iit in, wri turn in quaimance.
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i, nn c,., .nn - r V .. .. ""3 """' ': i can menuon ine
iv iuv. j.ui. vivr iirauuuar- tverest ana maKe tne Matternorn I sh nnt h cj.,,c. ..ki.. .11 .w -i.i;....
"h?S .&h!5' W InttlVbadfo 're
turn .Jn.-. 1 r omu grouse a sDoui now many you hit, how mem. Regretfully, I d d not at-
dwing Z PDemo.He T'i !ture,of mZJon '"r to ask your tempt to eSt the friendship, as
during the Democratic conven- under two pounds that makes Au- neighbor how well he Is doing. U believe thev sell all the heather heather-One
One heather-One of them mad. an Rm.IS.l-U!5n,,? $L ? -LlMJ the bloody. Y.nk,..But it
there were "about 275 million Z ' ""8'uui' uv w" wl u en- smeuea mignty pretty passing ny
1 Kind of
I 12 Fruit ann ann-lS
lS ann-lS Italian resort
14 Biblical nam
j Swingy tune
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24 Countnnc .. J,n"
SI Zodiac vn
S4 Go to be,
1 17 Virginia
!" for two"
4f Packaged anew
25 High cards 40 Droves
contempt 42 In 6 line
27 Location 43 Withered
28 Individuals 44 Hit 6 fly
29 Broad 48 Actual
II Tropical resin II Printing 47 See eagle
USing like mistake 48 Distort
33 Female horses 50 Bef are
38 Heroic poetry (prefix )
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or cfose-to-millionaires in official
attendance" and "probably an another
other another 40 without official eon-
vention status." But only 28
names were 1 1 s ted. The other
story named 24 and there was
much duplication in the two Hits.
In addition to Stevenson, Wil Williams
liams Williams and Harriman, such famil familiar
iar familiar names Were included as Sen Senators
ators Senators Herbert Lehman of New
York, Stuart Symington of Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, Bob Kerr of Oklahoms,
Gov. Luther Hodges of North
Carolina, Ed Pauley of California,
Albert M. Greenfield of Phi la del
phla, Nathan Straus and Fortune
Pope of New York, ex Postmaster
General Jim Farley, former Sen.
William Benton and ex-Gov. Ches Chester
ter Chester Bowles of Connecticut, ex ex-ambassador
ambassador ex-ambassador James Bruce, former
Secretary of Navy Dan Kimball
and Frank Sinatra.
But like most of the Eisenhower
cabinet members, most of these
Democrat millionaires made their
piles the hard way, by their own
wits, or else they struck oil.
YOU NEED PULL AU
wound up in his work, inventor
Herr Stachula, of Dusscldorf,
shows bow hi new razor works
without electricity. Seven Seven-pulls
pulls Seven-pulls on tho string give
needed Impetus to the rotor
mechanism which drive the
blades. He showed it t tho
Autumn Fair in Frankfurt.
...,,' ..... .
The finest achievements
in artistic watchmaking
honnne aid tvoe of phone
The manufacturer says the tun tun-.r
.r tun-.r rnvors the entire broadcast
One trouble is that Stevenson'! "d- ,(,h.nfon Smith 4 D"
campaign managers route him on,"0"! 7, Micnj
a handshaking tour of a super- ..'.- ...
market where he csn greet at the1 No matter JJ&
most 900 people, but don't give sometimes y
him enough time to rehearse for Pi"'n8 P m W Bu""
television where be greets 1,000,-IThat troublesome stam kowever,
... i . .i... u n, mv Vt..nm thine of the oast.
ew people. Ana met television oiu--j -r m r tbrI
take? around $-50,000 hard-collect- Scotchgard is a i fluoro -chem cal
tile fibers from soaking up Squids.
Any ftbeT can be treated with the
compound. Then if something
out of Democratic
Lack of advance work has also
: 1 .J -I r
fectiveness. Nobody bothered to spuls, says the maker, all you
arrange a grand entrance for have to J mMm
htm when he attended the second The compound stays effective
game of the World Series it to a tag tone, concern
Ebbetts Field. Walter O'MaJley, atatei, and does not matoiaUv
owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers add weight to clmhing. In addi addi-is
is addi-is sn ardent Democrat who vmuld torn, itTs not supposed to hm
be delipHted to give hm the same! an? ayrse
motorcade across th. ball bark to kin. (Minnesota Mlmng A Mamu-
e grandstand that was given ol
lsenhower in the opening came.
but Stevenson's advance men
didn't make the arrangements.
Likewise when Stevenson
toured the garment district of
New York nobody even bothered
to notify Dave Dublnsky, head of
the International Ladies Garment
Workers. When a Democratic
presidential candidate moves
through the garment district the
Slace goes wild. When Stevenson
rove through he got an ovation,
but nothing compared to what
could have happened had the gar garment
ment garment workers known in advance
that he was coming.
On the other hand, when Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower traveled through Brooklyn
en route to Ebbets Field, the
route was publicized two days in
flHl anj.0 nt l.nl nAD !..-.
. . nn i V, v. 1 icuci n
L I 1 .1 ..
naa msirucuons to turn out tne
crowds. The rrowris it tnw
jwere disappointing and not as
gooa as Stevenson got without
advance planning. But New York
that bare been dried
on a dirty old wire, or
If so, try hanging them
on our beautiful, spotless
aad see how much cleaner
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1956
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JAG I THRU
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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MOVItS TV RADIO
by Erskine Johnson
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi- supplements) 'em with what vhe
lyweod or TV: Walt Disney's calls "any basic winter die die-studio
studio die-studio has found a new place for mends."
Hollywood's 1956 crop otTnovie
mothers; They're in the "Moth- THE WITNET: Vanessa Brown
ers Room" instead of calling sig-'saw Elvis Presley on TV and eom eom-nals
nals eom-nals beside the camera. mented: "Five years ago
It's one of trie reasons. Director j TV cameras were cutting off ac ac-Sidney
Sidney ac-Sidney Miller was telling rrfe, for, tors' heads. Now the cameras are
the unaffected naturalness of' the 'cutting off Elvis' hips"
H little Mouseketeers in Disney'sj Not On The TELEPROMPTER :
high-rated juvenile tele-film Overheard about an old Holly
series. I wood filmusical Just starting to
' 'make the TV rounds: "It's real
While the youngsters act for the Rogers and Hart stuff Roy Rog Rog-cameras,
cameras, Rog-cameras, their mamas knit and ers and William S. Hart."
read in the Disney studio. "lotti-j
ers Room." "I've never een a
mother on any of our sets," sajs This! Television, Mrs. Jones:
Miller, "and it's wonderful. It Trn, j5 Te!evis7, t Jo es:
keeps the kids natural they're not money this year from the re runs
peeking offstage to see if mama is his series, "Ifs a Great Life."
approving or disapproving. then he made starring in four
Miller, who aise helps write the movies last year.
patter and the songs, hat been!
ji,..iiM th "Fun With Music" r ........ t.
East made the wrong discard nd star" portions ofthe Iose any time ia establiching lim-
In todays hand, but only a verysbow since jast May (for this, fall seii9 a widower. He commented
hard taskmaster would blame and winter release) and Disney t0 the kids ttlt "Mother has been
him. Put yourself in his place and contmues to amaze him. lgone now for almost a year and
It i .1 A A kntiApl 1 ...... if... ,. t . ...
see u yuu wuuiu uu went,
West opened the nine of dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and South won with the
queen. South next led a low heart,
and West began a signal with the
eight to show that he had only
two hearts. Dummy put up the
kine of hearts, and East correctly
refused the trick. I anrl Donald O'Connor's TV and
w .wuror led the iack of! P.?!".0 .I??5J wJ1! y?r's Warner Studio show, starts
club; from dummy, knd East had :tiT " e n Gems I $ ser4M' "U! &l m
to make a jg tg&&L the Disney studio' fiTUiy uS fnHigh
throw from the East hand? Ikpfl nlm what ne-d ever done e, ,C wnf .HHmn
E,aSt .nr?rd?dn't0wanr to d card with kids, Miller started: I d 7urficient the'
PneeW:Att-Sl "Well, totapn with ve Wen TV eoJ steak-loving pals.
Nylon Half Slips
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Says Miller: "Walt i9nores pre- a halr his flr.. -h w of jk.
cociousness and btams at the season. You can bet Jean Hagen
natural. He's on the set every day was Watching the show. . Dan
and knows the names of i Dalley nixe a lucrative bid to
kids. You'd think 'the show was produce and tar-in his own se se-his
his se-his only projet." .... iries. He's more interested in the
JMiller is a jone-time kid st f switch-to-director clause in his
(Penrod and Sam) songwriter, mh rentury-Foii contract. .
Jack- heiiy. wno clicked on lasi
He was hired then and there, j
a diamond, Mouseketeer all my life
was a potential keh.
fore discarded a low heart. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable enough, but fatal.
South put up the ace of clubs,
held the next trick with the jack
assB aW Hfl
lUH vLIUjC out-performs
any other motor oil... regardless
fof price r
will be a character roie. r parker ;s three-personality
igirl in "Liwie."
Gale storm s new un- aun-
. .. ii-ii -j
na series may oe nonywouu s
first internationally sponsored
telefilm- show. The sponsor, with
world-wide sales, is considering
release of the stanzas int all for
eign countries witn rv. . mug
Crosby will introduce uorowy
Dandridge in that big CBS TV
spectacular, "You're the Top."
And hows wis tor a iv i-a.
Dorothy and Bing, Gordon Mac-
Rae, Shirley Jones, George oanu-
ers, feter una nayes; mmij
Heaty, Sally Forrest and others
yet to be signed.
Jeff Morrow broke up during
filminq of the GE telefilm, "The
Charlatan." in whith he plays a
The New World'
To Be Discussed
By CZone Baho is
The subieet for discussion at
the reffi'lar weeklv meeting of the
Canal Zone Hahai's group tonight
at Wirz Memorial Hall in Balboa
will be "The New World".
Tonight's discussion group will
be htld at 8 p.m. and Frederick
J. Berest will give an informal
talk on the subject.
After Berest's talk, the. meet
...raum who ooemtes ear Geeroii8 -will be ope for discussion en
TEE!: TL ZE7l TwJlmhthe "New World" and any other
timely subject concerning the pro-
. . ; Hollywood's new cycle of dolls
Mane Wilson about her role hi with multiple personalities. Shel Shel-The
The Shel-The Lady and the Prowler winters played one on a re-
mi .a- mhni hnr i niav .
East to take the ace, after which
East could 'cash the jack of
spades. But then East had only
diamonds left and had to lead a
diamond to dummy's king, giving
dummy a second diamond trick
and also an entry to the last good
heart. South made game with
three spades, three hearts, two
diamonds, and a club.
East would have defeated the
tame by discarding a diamond on
the jack of clubs. The play would
proceed m much the same way,
, but East would be able to get out
of the trap by leading his last
heart to dummy. The king of dia diamonds
monds diamonds would never make a trick
and South would win only eight
20th Year In Army
' M-Sgt. Roy Russell, Serjeiat
iMajor of the 20th Infantry's Third
Battalion at Fort Davis, has re re-cived
cived re-cived letters of commendation
- wh ni regimental and Dat-
talion commanders on passuig his
t 20th year in tne umteu oiaics
mThe 20 years have seen Russell
assigned mainly to cavalry units,
both in the United States and a-
lroaa. J l u-
In 1936 he was assigned to the
Oth Cavalry at Fort Oglethorpe,
Ga as a horseman.
1.tr transferred-to the motor
cycle cavalry, -he saw duty at Fort
Riley, Kansas, before being as assigned
signed assigned overseas, ft 1942, as part
of the 112th Cavalry's Regimental
Combat Team, Russelll took part
in many campaigns in the boutn
Pacific. New Guinea. Luzon, and
New Britain were among the ma
Siy islands where Russell saw .du
Assiened to Panama since 1955,
Russell and his wife Maudie have
two girls, Barbara Jean and Ju
dith Ann; and one yolung son,
Sandert. Just before the bia" knife I
scene, another actor whispered:
"Shall we notify Zsa Za?" Zsa
Zsa, by the way, starred ia Mati
nee ftieaiert ine ream or
nw. i. r.nT. .n P-.Baba' World Faith arid the nub nub-TZ
TZ nub-TZ hln YfT .M,!Uc is. invited to attend Thereb
J N: j!! "".mission charge and nocol-
" lecuons are taken,
blems and progress of mankind.
These discussion noma am
presented every Friday night by
Competing against some of the toughest motor oils
on the market, Ha vol ine demonstrated its vast supe superiority.
riority. superiority. HavoUne-lukrkated engines showed more
power, greater pickup, added gasoline mileage. 1 nde nde-pendent
pendent nde-pendent road tests proved it. You can prove it your your-self!
self! your-self! Come in and change to the best motor oil your
money can buy- A dvanctd Custom-Made Hat ol ine.
You'll be mighty glad you did.
.You're welcome ttt your
Mrs. Adriana Gerber has extended
her stay in Panama to continue
.her daily demonstrations at 10:00
a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Time is short don't miss her
demonstrations and participate in
the PFAFF RAFFLE to be held at
.1 1 :00 a.m. at
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Torsion-Aire which incorporates the use of front Toraion
bars springs, ball Joint assemblies, unproved Oriflow
shock absorbers, and "outrigger" elliptical rear springs Of
course, the new DODCE V-8 engines are bigger and mightier!
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Nature Study Group
The Nature Study Grou pof the
Canal Zone College Club will mett
at 3:30 p. m., Wednesday, Oct. 17,
840 kcs., Panama Gty
Today, Friday, Oct It
4:00 Feature Review
at the home' of Mrs. Austin F.;4:30-What's Your Favorite (re
Yoder will assist Mrs. McNevinJ
there in the near future.
quests taken by P"ne
till 3 :00)
The charter of District Grand
Temple No. 1, British United Or
der of Mosaic Templars, will be-'
unveiled Sunday afternoon at the
Three Sisters Hall. Colon.
Prior to the unveiling ceremony,
dedication rites will be presided
over by the District Grand' Master.
Harold A. Erskine, grand lodge
organizer, will unveil the charter.
A program has been arranged
for the occasion, and will feature
leading Gold Coast artists in mu musical
sical musical and literary items.
Veteran's Day Dance
At Strangers Club
Commander G. Bonzoumet of Lt.
Garvyn H. Moumblow Post 3876
V.F.W. announced today that the
V.F.W. would hold Its Third Annual
Veterans' Day Dance at the Stran Strangers
gers Strangers Club in Colon Nov. 10. There
will be an outstanding floor show
and continuous music to the
strains of the Royal Sultans and
the Gus Tryra orchestras.
in rumuiig nis aiinuuiicruieni, i
Commander Bonzoumet said that! 10 130 Cavalcade Of America
his Veterans' Day Dance Commit-11:00 Jazz Till Midmgnt
tee has been meeting twice a'l2:0&-Sign Off.
month formulating new ideas to!
make this dance the outstanding
social event on the Atlantic Side.
1 Slated to appear are: Mrs. Myr-
S:sL-whaf Ybur F a t o r 1 1 e Y' uPm5:w"n.1. vocal s
r-onfrti IW1S? un Henry WUson. organ se-
in;; t..v.t. rammer., lecuon; Lnaries Keid, song; Ha
B.uv-n"" wauan guitar selection, Mrs Le-
:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORT3
REVIEW (Pabst Been
6:30 Top Tunes of the Week
7:0O Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report vfrorn US.
8:00-Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
8:00 You Asked For It (re
na Adams; Quartet, First Isth-
nri. Baptist Church: vocal solo
Miss Mary R o d g e r s; greetings
from: Royal King David Temple
ao. is, Koyai June Alfred Temple
No. 4, Royal King Albert Temple
iu. iu, mree bisters Lodge No
2477, Ebenezer Lodge No.. 1784,
Latin Star Lodge No. 1. Jethro
Temple Royal King George V, Lat-
quests taken by phone: in Star Lodge No. 2, Mystic Flow-
till 7:30) er -Locige wo. 14.
yuan Lnanes, district officer,
AT CHINESE EMBASSY The Chinese Char ge d'Affairs Mr. Hanyee Tang and Mrs. Tan?
are shown greeting the United States Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Harrington on their ar arrival
rival arrival at the Chinese Embassy, Wednesday niz ht. The occasion was a reception given to
commemorate the 45th Proclamation of the R epublic of China.
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS OPENING OF EXHIBIT
BY PAINTING STUDENTS OF MRS. PETTY BENTZ
A gay crowd gathered at the Y.M.C.A. last night to view
the work of students of Mrs. Betty Rents' Art Classes. The
show was hong against burlap sacking, which gave an un un-usual
usual un-usual effect and accentuated the colors in the paintings.
Many visiters were agreeably surprised at the competence
f the artists, and the consensus of opinion was that the
' show was well worth a second look.
The exhibit is mdae up of 79 paintings, lt will hang
Harrison Jr. gave a dinner party
1 at their quarters in Quarry
K.1 Heights, Wednesday night, for a
I small group of friends.
Doctors' Wives Club
Plea Dance At Albroek
The Doctors' Wives' Club is:
planning a dance for Friday Oct.
19 at Albrook Officers' Club. There;
will be a steak dinner from 7 to 9
p.m. followed by dancing to' a Ca Calypso
lypso Calypso band, $1.75 will be the
charge for dinner and dancing, j
Those who wish to attend the
Tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 13
;00 Sign On Alarm
by phone till 7:00)
7130 Jazz Salon
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Bonjour Mesdamer
9:30 Paris Star Time
New Bride Will
Sen Leave For Europe
deceived JlwarJi Jor tSook
dance onlv ma v do so at the cost
of .25 per person. For reservations! 10:05 Spins And Needles
Central And Mrs. Harrison
Give Dinner Party
General and Mrs. William
Mrs. Ricarde Alfare
Entetains At Tea
Mrs. Ricardo Alfaro entertained
a large group of ladies at a tea
in her penthouse apartment in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, yesterday. The guest of
honor was Mrs. Melvin Doolittle,
whose husband has been manager
for Braniff for the past four years.
Mr. Doolittle has been transferred
to Buenos Aires and Mrs. Doolittle
is making preparations to join hint
Gerald Cosgrove Balboa
quests taken by phone
11:30 Journey Into Space
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Oct
iz (UP) -Actor Donald O'
connor, si, and Gloria Noble, 23
Honeymooned here today.
Thp song and dance man and
his fiancee were married here
yesterday. They planned to honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon here for several days and
Have for Europe.
Coco Solo Chief's Wives
Welcome New Members
The regular monthly meeelng cJiio-anwews
the Coco Solo Chiefs Wvies' Clubi p'm
conducted by president Mrs. Bea 12:05LLuncheon Music
Thompson was held in the Club-;12 inNew Tune Time
It was the second marriaee fnr
both. O'Connor previously was
Needles! married to Gwen Carter, who is
now wife of actor Dan Dailey.
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LUNCH any day' in our air-conditioned BALBOA ROOM
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE, from 11:30 to 3:30 p.m.
where you get a truly amazing combination for $2.25
Choice of complimentary cocktail and delicious brunch
menu, and music by Azcarraga trio.
o DINING and DANCING nightly in the rooftop BELLA.
VISTA ROOM to the exciting rhythms of CLARENCE
o COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA BAR friends m'eet at
noon as well as after work to enjoy our fine drinks
and Lucho Azcarraga's organ music.
. And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also
the popular CLUB 4:30 from midnight in the bar.
o ROUND-THE-CLOCK SERVICE at our
CAFE GRILLE and the
TOCUMEN RESTAURANT and BAR.
New members welcomed were!
Mesdames Hukda Boomer, Esther:
Tyler, Shirley Saunders, M a r y :
Duncan, Vivian Lukens and Ma Marie
rie Marie Templeton.
A farewell gift was presented to!
Mrs. Helen Con It as. The White
Elephant was won by Mrs. Marie!
Mrs. Lois Walker was elected to.
fill a vacancy on the Board of
Hosscsses for the meeting were
Mrs. Wuma Dyer and Mrs. Rose
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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1:15 Serenade In Blue
l:30-Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15-Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time t
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
5 30 News
5:35-What's your Favorite
6;HMUJE RIBBON SPORTS
1 REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6: Sow-Manhattan Melodies
6:45-Do It Yourself
7 : 00 Much-Binding
T'SO Vnt Rnnrirr. frnm TT e
8:0O-isaturday Night Dancing
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From -Hotel El Panama
10:30 Owl's Nest f requests
taken by phone through-
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
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RECEIVES AWARD Mrs. Doris B. Caldwell of the Fort Kobbo
Service Club receives an award from CO. of the 20th Infantry,
CoL Frank D. Miller, for book submitted on Service Clubactm Clubactm-ties
ties Clubactm-ties in competition' with othter Sefvice Clubs. The Certificate
of Achievement was signed by the Honorable Wilber mi Brucksr,
Rprretarv of th2 Army.
(t.s. Army pneio;
nr nuin vau tm
niter from mdlceealon. iu heart-
urn, constipation, neaaacaea, baa
fcreeth, dlulnasa. Ullouaneaa and
ilia bUmlshss, t HI6AL0N
& ml tamln to th
in t. tinaa Oat HIOALON
laai tatter timirfOW.
Mrs. Doris B. Caldwell, direc-
t. -r t. vkh'i fiarfrice Club
tur ui run a
received a certificate of achieve
ment from USARCAKIB in is
wobIt tnr a hnnk she submitted.
in competition with the Service
Clubs in me command, uuumms
the program for the year.
'Operation Service Club," as
this initail competition was nam named
ed named asked, for a three phase cover
age of activities, namely publi publicity,
city, publicity, community relations, and a
specific club operation.
It was in the community rela relations
tions relations field that tht Kobbe Service
Club showed its most outstanding
work. It was the intention in this
cacgory to show a project which
benefited the community at large.
The Lifeliner's Chorus was
chosen by Mrs, Caldwell. The
Chorus put on a number of con concerts
certs concerts at Gorgss HttapMI, plus
one at the University of Panama.
In addition a program to aid the
4th of July Committee was pre presented
sented presented at the Balboa Theater.
Directing the Service ChaV at
Fort Kobbe for the part six years,
Mrs. Caldwell is continually ex expanding
panding expanding the program for service servicemen.
men. servicemen. Among the events in the near
future is the 2, Dance honoring
the hostesses who each entertain
the men of Fort Kobbe atthe
weekly dances. The following day
a free trip to the Island of Ta Ta-boga
boga Ta-boga is offered the Service Club'
Know Your Neighbor series.'
Election day will see a special
nallinc hnnth at. nn in the Club.
with a simulated national' election
to be held on thv post. The ser service
vice service Club will remain open that
evening until the final results of of-the
the of-the Presidential election 'are of official,
ficial, official, all nigfct if need be.
STAMFORD, Conn. (UPX
Mrs. Henry Taft had tome cut cutting
ting cutting remarks about a man she
hired to trim her grass. She -said
he brought along a cow. a calf
and several horses to graze oa
You con have golden-brown, fluffy-light pin pin-cakes
cakes pin-cakes whenever you want them now that Aunt
Jemima pancake mix is packed in the new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tin! In the tin, Aunt Jemima
keeps fresh ituUfinitely. It's always rmrr and
tat to you can keep a' supply handy all the tine.
Whatever the occasion Sunday morning breakfasts, holidays,
or "snack times" and especially on Fridays and other meatless
days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima pancakes. So quick and easy to make
... so appetizing and fluffy-light every time!
Buy a tin of Aunt Jemima pancake mix today help yourself
to GOOD eating!
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With a flair for fitting smartly into
the contemporary scene . Stepor
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silverplate. All Stegor flatware has
extra-heavy plating, contains
more pure silver than the accented
standard. You can depend on
Stegor for all the fine quality asso associated
ciated associated with the name Gorham.
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Some of you, I know,.wilI rcmeniber my other "spots" but this is the BEST BEST-EST!!
EST!! BEST-EST!! If is on the rood jo Old Panama near the alligator farm and was form
will drop in and have a drink on me!! ama. I'm holding OPEN HOUSE tonight
from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. and hope that all my old friends and scads of new ones
erly known as the Riding Club of Old Pan Phone 2-0791
3aiihSp&ricdibta in kkhn-m -iks aAsl
and Statewide Atykd oHambuAasM 7
FfUaUT. OCTOBER 12, 15
.1 l. AL M.h afAfKI
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NORWICH, Conn. VlT) I
After his parked automobile was
demolished by another mreMpe.l
Peter Sierpinski was given a traf traffic
fic traffic t:-ke. He h-i his ar too
mil a fire hydrant.
House Probing Price Paid
For Salk Polio Vaccines
if as ar sr n a w i
... .. ... ... ......Immmmma
Mr$ Mrc)oin AfDfjrt) Smith
Will Talk On 'ly-Wayi Of
A talk which b "off the
rum way ww be given uy
i tic approach, ore tiiat fills t h'e
.ew kuu a ea of kereuity
IBj CDmiKkj.f. her rja.iilini, urn.
main Vide one with a teim teeing wuich
airs, allows lml relaxed coutoteaension
Aiertoaes Alegre fcmiui at uie mi- oi tne subject unaer vie.v.
boa YUCA. This second in the i s
outdoor Adventure series if eftiM Mrs. McDermitt adds to her art-
thfd "By-Ways of Panama" and istry Uie aitticuit lie.d of scuip scuip-wiif
wiif scuip-wiif itoi't at 7:30 at the Y x tuuure, exiap.es oi wtich are atao
'Juesday Oct. IS. By ih t.t.e one ou display, a new-iounu medium
might father that this lecture will of expression for the lady from
b i off the beaten track. Mrs. Gaiun, sculpture with its broader
ith' idea is to give those in ai-j ne u ucs tvf u:e n appeal
tsndance a picture of Panama sel- which lies in expression in the
dom seen, with material stretch-. round. Viewing a piece from ma
lag from Chiriqui province to Pa- uy sides offers the sculptress a
na ma City, with stops at towns : greater opportunity for variation
off the mam highway. She will tell and theme development
of the old families of Panama,1 the exhibit is on display in the
bringing into play the contribution Art Gallery oi the Lau-J rt'B from
of ike Panamanian people, their a a.m. to xO p.m. oay.
customs and way of living. :
Mrs. Mercedes Smith, who is Albrook Pail 3122 Plans
well known all over the Isthmus, Hard 1 ime Dane
is aa authority en the Historical I Lt. Frank P. Albrook Post 3822
lore of Panama, and especially a- VPW (Curundu) win hold a Hard
ble, in presenting the little fine Time Dance Oct. 27 from S p.m.
points which make a talk inter- to l a.m. There will be prizes and
esting. I games. Admission for men Is 60
Mrs. Smith talked last Spring in cents. There will be no charge for
the More About Panama series on! ladies. All members and their
the topics Costumes and Customs u-.e.ius are inuceo.
of Panama, and Tronic al Fruits I
and Vegetables. This aeason, a col- Luther ah Women
lection of color slides will be used
to illustrate this second of eight
talks in the Adventure Series.
Per Mr. SctluHs
The Panama Canal Engineers
Will Held Annual lazear
The League of Lutheran Women
will hold their Annual Bazaar at
the Lutheran Service Center o' the
Redeemer Lutheran Church, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa ltd., Friday Nov. 3 at p.m.
A ham suooer will be served
will sponsor a retirment stag din- starting at S p.m. Tickets for the
ling at 7 o clock at the supper are $1.2a for adults and 50
ner this evening i
Elk's Home in Brazos Heights
honor of Mr. Warren G. Schultz.
in cents for children under twelve
jThey should be purchases before beforehand
hand beforehand from any member of the
League Or by calling Mrs. G. M.
f Sylvester 2-4176 or Mrs. H. Willen-
. brock 2-2990.
Oil Thlu nf hin.miH irtielM
curunau yosteraay m nonor oi ner Christmas novelites, home-made
aisterMiss Mildred Da merau cakes and cookies will be featur featur-whose
whose featur-whose marriage to Walton P, hell- eci
era Jr. will take place this month. I For the enloyment of the chil chil-Many
Many chil-Many friends from both Panama dren there wilt be a grab bag in
and the Canal Zone attended. I the Kiddie Corner.
Mite Mildred Damtrau
Fetid at Shower
Miss Eileen Damerau gave
kitchen shower at her home
trtsmVGTON. Oc. 12 rawing that the government may try
Public Health Service officials to recover some of the purchase!
sa;d Joday the government bought price for the Vaccine. He said tha
Salk floiio vaccine for $7.13 a unit inquiry "may well bring about
at' a time when the National action that will
rounoaT.on lor infant! e Paralysis dollars for the taxpayers."
: was buying it for $2.70. Shortly before the hearing, the
But Dr. David E. Price, the Public Health Service reported
assistant surgeon general, told a there were 604 new polio caaes in
House Government Operaii ons the week ended Oct. 6. This corn corn-subcommittee
subcommittee corn-subcommittee that he believed pared with 1.035 in the corre corre-then
then corre-then and now that the purchase s ponding period last year and 655
price was reasonable. He said he new cases in the previous week.
ws "personally surprised that So far this year, there have
thp price was not higher.-' been 12,757 polio cases reported
Price testified as the subcora- in the nation, cemuared with
miUee opened an investigation 24,045 cases in all of 1955.
into the government's $53.6000.0000
polio vaccine program. Jt wants' Hevey Gives Data
to find out whether the govern
ment paia too much for its vac-1 Data on the cost of the governed-.
' ment's vaccine was given to the
Price's testimony followed an subcommittee by Reid M. Hovev.
angry, half-hour political clash chief purchasing officer for the
between subcommittee chairman health service.
L. Henry Fountain D-N'C) and Hovey testified that he con con-Rep.
Rep. con-Rep. B. Carroll Reece (R-Tenn), tracted for the first batch On
a subcommitteee member and one- Sept. 1?, 1955 from the Eli Lilly
time Republican national chair I Company at a price of $7.13 per
man. unit of nine cubic centimeters.
F.eece demanded that the in- He said that inasmuch as Ell
ouiry be postponed until after the Lilly was the sole supplier at the
Nov. 6 elections. He said "the time, the price was reached by
American people will resent" any negotiation rather than by corn corn-attempt
attempt corn-attempt to make the Salk vaccine petitive bid. He said he made no
program "a political football." cost investigation, but was ad ad-Fountain
Fountain ad-Fountain rejected the demand, vised by other health service
He said "a stupendous sum of officials that the price was rea
money is involved" in the gov- sonable.
ernment's program of providing
vaccine shots or cash to the, Hovey said that when competi competi-sttes
sttes competi-sttes for needy children. tive bids were invited later for
He said it is the duty of Con- large scale government pur
tress to ride herd on the program chases, five big drug firms sub sub-in
in sub-in the "interest of the taxpayers mltted bids at or near the $7.13
of, America." price. He sad the price later was
roumam nintea alter the hear-dropped to 85.70.
On display at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center is
the exhibition of oil paintings and
sculptures of Mrs. Ethel P. Mc McDermitt,
Dermitt, McDermitt, whose works are being
exhibited in cooperation with the
Canal Zone Art League..
Mrs. McDermitt has a wealth of
background which shows In her
paintings, having studied with Jan
Koerber, B. Sturtevant Gordener.
Irene Chan Paulding and Lesh of
the Nebraska State Teachers' Col-
CThe artist's fifth exhibit at the
liSO-JWB proves to be as enjoyable-
and artistic as her previous
ones. The display of semi-abstract
nsjttings, seascapes, landscapes,
and etfll life attest to the artist's
stress on food, balanced composi composite
te composite and yet provide her with am ample
ple ample opportunity or an individualism
Fern Leaf Chapter No. 4
OIS Card Party
All memmbers and friends are
invited to the Fern Leaf Chapter
No. 4, OES Card Party to be held
tomorrow night at the Ancon Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic Temple. Card games will
begin at 7:30 p.m.
Prizes for individual table win winners
ners winners and a door prize will bo a
warded. Refreshments will be
served. So, do come and join with
us in an evening of fun. Call Mrs.
Clara Godby at 2-3996 for tickets
or, you may buy them at the door.
NIW USI FOR JUICI
WHITEHAVEN, Tenn. (UP)
Bathing n tomato Juice is a
sure way to get rid of that skunk
odor, vow Will C. Davis. Be is
stocking up on tomato juice in
case he or his dogs run afoul any
triinlrc lliliM iUm huntimtt M. (AH I
THE MADURO FAMILY
wish to express their deep gratitude for the
floral offerings and the expressions'of sym sympathy
pathy sympathy received on the occasion of the death
of Edward Delvalle Maduro October I, 1956.
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trade ft in for a
This offer it food
No down payment
The NECCHI establishment and headquarters of
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Yornado Handicap Tops Saturday Race Program
Kadir Match Strides
five imported thoroughbreds, classified in the
First Series at the President Remon race track, wiil
contest a $700 purse and a beautiful silver trophy in
the seven-furlong; Vornado Handicap tomorrow aft
This is the. seoond straight
week that a handicap will be
run in honor of the 'visiting
tourists in the Vornado group.
Last week's vornado Handicap
was a rare thriller that was won
This time the highly rated
Paquiro is sure to be the mutu mutu-els
els mutu-els favorice to defeat speedy
Embassy, consistent Kadir, in-and-outer
Blakemere and harti harti-,
, harti-, running Cachafaz.
Jose "PacoV Bravo, who rode
Qolaso last week, will attempt
to make it two consecutive cor cor-hado
hado cor-hado Handicap victories aboard
Classic specialist Fernando
Alvarez will guide Embassy, a
sorinter who does his best, run running:
ning: running: when returning from a
Leading jockey Alfredo Vas Vas-qutz
qutz Vas-qutz has the leg up on Kadir.
This handsome chestnut horse
has been racing consistently well
recently but is usually, the run run-nerup.
nerup. run-nerup. Only last week Melendez
turned in a record-breaking per performance
formance performance to beat him.
Lightwelgbied Cachafaz gets
In under only 106 pounds and
will have impressive Chilean
newcomer Francisco Gatlca in
B.t LUIS ROMER
1 Vulcaniiado Incaica
2 Amat Grimilda
S La Ettea Rabiblanco
5 -Iter a
every 15 days
...a new shipment
of fresh, mild, rich
arrives in Panama
the saddle. Cachafaz turned back
the apparently overrated Globe
Trotter last Sunday.
Ten other races are included
on the attractive card.
Blakemere could take it all If
he gets off to a good start. Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasquez, no kin to Alfredo,
will handle the reins of Jose
Form Riding Club
At Fort Kobbe
In the interest of local eques
trians a riding club has been lorm
ed recently at Fort Kobbe. Two
meetings have been held under
the acting chairmanship of M-Set.
Carson Cassidy and constitution
Well supplied with facilities al
present seven horses are in the
corral -the club plans the estab establishment
lishment establishment of riding trails and ex excursions
cursions excursions into the neighbor i n g
countryside. More distant plans
call for the organization of horse
Membership is open to all mill
tary and civilian personnel, as
well as children living at Kobbe,
according to Sgt. Cassidy. Those
stationes at Kobbe but residing
off post may hold associate mem memberships
berships memberships and enjoy all priviltges
except voting and holding office.
.'. name for the club will b?
chosen and dues determined
the next meeting.
Bob Scheffina New
Manager Oi Cubs
CHICAGO, Oct. 12 (UP)
Bob Scheffing, a former Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs coach and catcher,
was named today to succeed
Stan Hack as manager of the
the freshest, mild, rich
Isr Race 3rd Series Imp. 1 Mil
Putse $400.00 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Vulcanizado J. Jimenez 105x
2 Quilacoya V. Castillo 113
3 Incaica F. Gatica 108
4 Fuerte B. Baeza 115
5 Merry Mason H. Ruiz 113
6 Socorrito G. Vasquez 102x
17 Copadora O. de Leon 103
8 G. Wonder J. Phillips 110
9Armador A. Ycaza 110
2nd Rut 3rd Strict Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
H. Ruiz 105
2 Tiny Brook
7 Rio Negro
J. Phillips 105
A. Vasquez 113
F. Alvarez 115
G. Montero 103x
E. Dario 108
G. Vasquez 107x
R. Vasquez 110
3rd Race "C" Natives 6 Fqs.
Purse $325.00 Pool Closes 1 :45
1 Rina Roi H. Ruiz
2 Rabiblanco M. Baeza
3 Joe A. Ycaza
La Guararena V. Brown
5 La Enea R. Vasquez
4th Race "H" Natives
Purse $275.00 Pod
1 Pereque V. Castillo 110
2 Don Jaime J. Phillins 110
3 Conouistador O. de Leon 105
4 Avispa L. Glraldo 118
5 Wipsaba R. Vasquez 110
6 Solito J. Avila 118
7 Fabionet A. Ycaza 110
8 Tap Lady A. Gonzalez 115
5th Race "H" Natives 6 Fqs.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Sherry Time A. Ycaza 116
2 Volador C. Ruiz 113
3 Consentida F. Hidalro 106
4 Regia A. Reyes R. Il2x
5 Don Manuel O. de Leon-105
6th Race 3rd Series Imp. 1 Mile
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
H. Ruiz 105
V. Castillo 115
A. Ycaza 108
J. Bravo 112
A. Vasouez 113
J. Jimenez 105x
7th Race 2nd Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 4:05
SECON0 RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 P. Countess J. Phillips 115
2 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 110
3 Postinovich A. Gonzetfetf 105
4 E. Magic o. de Leon 100
5 Topocalma F. Gatica 115
6 S. Slipper G. Vasquez 105
7 Andes B. Baeza 110
1 Onda Real G. Montero 112x
9- Galisto J. Bravo 110
10- Don Cuto G. Duarte HOx
8th Race 1st Series Imp. 7 Fas.
Purse $700.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Grey Juan
R. L. Gil 105
H. Ruiz 10S
O. de Le6n 105
R. Vasquez 115
B. Baeza 100
F. Gatica 10?
E. Dario 103
6 E. Honpv
7 Lucky Test
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. F,s
Purse $500.00 Peel Closes 5:15
G. Vasouez 107x
7 Orn. Star
A. Vasouez 115
A. Ycaza 110
F. Alvarez 110
F. Gatica TOrt
R. Vazquez lis
B. Bnera ina
O. de Leon 105
10th Race "Vornado Heap." 1st Ser.
' Fqs.. Purse $700 D..I ri r m
' 1 wvi tIUPt 1 'II
F. Alvarez 113
A. Vasquez 113
R. Vasquez 110
J. Bravo 118
F. Gatica 106
Mth Rata "Bin.." Imp. 7
Purse $600.00 Pu.1 ru...
1-Newbrighton A. Mena R. 'iipx
r"cv b. Baeza 100
3- Ouematodos F. Alvarez 110
4- Tempestad O. de Le6n 105
5-Lazv Brook V. Castillo no
6-Dixie A. Gonzalez 108
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EN ROUTE TO VICTORY Sequence photos show Dodgers
hurler Clem Labine on the mound at Ibbets Field at the start
of the seventh Inning of the sixth World Series game. Jackie
Robinson's single with two on in the 10th inning gave Labine
a 1-0 win over the Yankees.
CHS Tangle With Athletic Club
At Mt. Hope
It wifl be Arnold Manning's
quarterbacking and superb run running
ning running of Carl Tuttle against a well well-trained
trained well-trained Cristobal eleven tonight at
7 o'clock at Mt. Hope Stadium as
the Tigers prepare to do battle a
gainst the Athletic Club.
The fact that this game does not
go into the interscholastic records
is of little or no importance to the
Cristobal gridders. Quite the con contrary.
trary. contrary. They will use this as a test
game to determine in advance,
how they will fare against Balboa
High next week, and as a means
of correcting errors before the
important Oct. 19 affair at Blaboa
Stadium. Athletic Club recently
dropped a 19-6 decision to the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs and the Tigers have set their
goal at bettering this score against
Experience Is the mighty wea weapon
pon weapon with which Bernice Herring's
Athletic Club hopes to overpower
the younger, faster Tigers. The
top men in that category are, in
addition to Manning and Tuttle.
Louis Taber, Curtis Jeffries and
Al Lombano. Guards Rudy Smith
and Ralph Harris have shown a
slow, but steady, improvement
with each work-out and shoull be
ready to offset any Cristobal ptans
of opening holes in the middle of
the A.C. line. Bob Rowley, a spee speedy
dy speedy and determined runner, will
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tttrt, the two kty men of the
lint, Barry Davison at center
and lint-backtr and tacklt 'Mil 'Milton
ton 'Milton Grtvtr art expected to set
action in most of the game to tonight.
night. tonight. Harry Keepers, who ii rapidly
developing into an excellent end,
can also stand by for much of the
four periods tonight, for it wilT be
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nis role to replace the pair of
graduating cnas next season.
Keepers has never been consider
ed "second string" this year for he
nas been in the thick of things as
much as the other pair of ends,
John Coffey and John Forrest.
Forrest, with an injured ear drum,
will be sidelined tonight.
Keith Kulle. rather small for a
football player, but sparked with
lots of the vim and vieor that iti
takes to play in a fast moving
backfield, could see a lot more ac action
tion action than he did in the Junior Col
game last Friday in which
only his kicking ability was fully
utilized. Jack Wallace, a 215 pound,
sophomore who has been slowed I
down by overweight c3o u 1 d be
thrown into this fray for some!
much needed experience. Though
siow in coming arouna into shape,
Wallace could soon become a bul
wark of defense for the Tigers.
There are many from which
backfield coach Paul Moser
select his best combination for vie-
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NEW YORK, Oct. 12 (UP)-CoI-lege
football commands the full
sports focus this weekennd with
the baseball World Series out of
the way and offers an attactive
show headed by Michigan-Army,
Duke-Southern Methodist, Oklaho
ma-Texas and Notre Dame-Purdue.
Most of the top games on Satur-
are intersectional and non-confer
ence ciasnes, aitnough there are
early-season showdowns in the
Southeastern Conference between
Mississippi and Vanderbitl, both
undefeated, and in the Big Ten
where Ohio State takes on Illinois.
Oklahoma and Michigan
State, ranked 1-2 nationally this
week by the United Pratt board
of coaches, arc expected to win
aatily. The Sooners, seeking to
extend their modern major col college
lege college winning record to 33 con con-tecutive
tecutive con-tecutive victoriet, wart rated
tnret-trtoughdown tavoritat over
Texas at Dallas-; Michigan State
. r----H bv four ttouchdowns
over Texat at Dallas; Michigan
VA fc.s p t. ed by four touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns over Indiana in a confer conference
ence conference scrap at East Lansing,
Michigan, dropped to the No. 10
" f,f- Ir-H weekend's setback
by Michigan State, is a one-touch-
, i c u.ce over Army in a game
expected to draw 100,000 fans at
Ann Arbor, Mich. However, this is
pne of the few tough games on the
Cadets schedule and they have
been pointing for the Wolverines,
who brat .them last year for the
The Notre Dame-Purdue game
at South Bend, Ind., pits two of
the nation's leading All America
quarterback candidates in Paul
Hornung vs. Len Dawson. The I I-rish
rish I-rish are favored by a touchdown.
However, this is one of their weak weaker
er weaker seasons and they'll be plenty
wary of the Boilermakers who up-
j set them in 1950 and 1954.
! For Southern Methodist, t h e
Duke game is the fourth in an am-
I bitious intersectional schedule pre
ceding- the Southern Conference
season. The Mustangs have beaten:
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gainsi uukc ai i-iurnam, r. l., is
Ttxtt Christian, which shares
the No. 3 national ranking with
Ohio State this week, it another
big ptwtr that It expected to
breeit to victory. The horned
Frogt art the choice by three
touchdowns over Alabama at
tory. With an eye to the future al also,
so, also, Moser could call on Don
Humphrey to take up a half-back
s'r.t while his regulars stand bv
I0 emergency auiy,
Cristobal's most versatile
gridder, Jeff Slaughter will bo
put to duty where his drive and
excellent tackling ability can be
mere effectively used. Jeff,
who thartt with Sammy New New-hard
hard New-hard the distinction of b e i n d
Cristobal's best tacklers, hat
worked out in nearly every po position.
sition. position. He cm fill meit any spot
in the line, it not in tht backfield
only because that area it already
crowded and it e tough lad to
get through when he backt up
the Tigtr lint.
Football fans will see, probably
for most of the four Quarters to-
night, one of the brighest prospects
for the. future of Tiger grid teams,
Don Bruce, 15 year old freshman,
who was used sparingly in the
Jamboree and J.C. aame and who
is being tabbed as Cristobal's first
lour year letter man in many
years, will be a busy football play
Action begins tonight at 7 o'
clock at Mt. Hope Stadium and
popular prices will prevail.
E L E A S E
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left) and Jackie Robinson share their joy as they head for
Yankee?!1? 'H, fnnf Fl6W afr the 2 S.
Jarfnfi'nT10kinnings "uare the World Serf" at three
games apiece. Labine was the winnir.tr nitrhir onn bh.J
drove in the
Entries For Table Tennis
Tourney Close Tomorrow
Tomorrow at 7 n.m. will mark
the deadline for table tennis en-
IhilKifiCfc in ranici-A-m Fa ainUs
and oubles ln the mth anua,
Tart Tumi. Tv,rnn,.nt ,v,lv.
sponsored by th USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in
Play-offs will begin at the
USO-JWB Club on La Boca
Road, Monday at 7 p.m.
Single elimlnatlonsi will be
played in the following cat'egoH
nes: Maie Armea Forces person personnel,
nel, personnel, male adults from the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Pana-
una, and a mixed doubles com
prised of civilian and military
The tournament will be open
to all members of the military
forces, civilian employes of the.
ruincu r orces ana tne Panama
Canal Company, and members
of clubs in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and adult dependehts. For
the first time, mixed doubles Is
being introduced for participa participation
tion participation in the tournament.
The winners of the various
categories of the civilian and
military will meet on the final
night of the tournament to de
termine the Isthmian cham cham-pionship,
pionship, cham-pionship, which is now held for
'the fourth consecutive year by
uurge urannum, Na tJonal
Champion of Table Tennis in
Prizes, as in the nast.. haw
been donated -by the merchants
in Panama and will be awarded
for the first, second and third
places in the singles and dou doubles
bles doubles tournaments.
All equipment will be furnish furnished
ed furnished by Wie USO-JWB Club; how however,
ever, however, players may bring their
own paddles, it so desired, play players
ers players must wear dark shirts and
trousers or shorts in accordance
with International Table Tennis
Drawings, which will take
place on Sunday at 10 a.m., will
be nosted at the iiso-jwm riiih
the same afternoon.
All contestants are required to
be at the initial evening's per performance
formance performance in order to receive
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full particulars pertaining to the
Acting as chairman for the
fifth year is Julio g. David,
president of the Table Tennis
Association in Panama.
.Those desiring to enter the
tournament are requested to call
Balboa 1072, the USO-JWBClub
before 7 p.m. tcWow m
WIRiD FOR SOUND Look Look-ing
ing Look-ing like a harassed teleohona
operator, Fjankie Albert chews
fingernails anxiously watching
his professional football San
Francisco 49ers in action. The
telephone allows the coach to
discuss strategy With an assist assistant
ant assistant high in the standi.
Center Theatres Tonight
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Gamboa Club Championship Starts Tomorrow
FEIDAI. OCTOBER It 1956
Junior College Vs Bulldogs
Grid Game At Balboa Tonight
At sf ten o'clock ton ht the
Greta Wave of Junior Colleee
will meet the Bulldog of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Hit h School.
The probable starting line-ups
Robert Tog el. It
Dick Richter. It
Tony Noboa, If
John Schmidt, c
' fete hng, rf
A1 Blackal). rt
Chuck Wibel, re
Frank Smith, rh
Joe Cicero. -Hi
Dick Home, f b
Fred Raybourne, qb
Larry Siegai, to
Dave Tate, It
Sen Morris, If
John Napier, e
Rojer M'Hion, Tg
Bob Fearon, rt
Jack Wlnklosk?, re
Dan Winklosky, rh
Owen Sutherland, lh
Bruce Bateman, fb
Ritchie More, qb
Officials: Referee, Larry
hance: umnire. Lew Hilstnger;
field judge. Paul Meader; head
linesman, Dal TOornion.
Along The Fairways
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wiM he held Saturday, Oct. 20, at
We will have to make this a
gala affair as there will be the
awarding of prises for the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian champ.' onship Tourna Tournament
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iThe answer anhe other end of the
line is from the ottice of the iNew Kouiax to start ana tne resuns
York Yankees. World champions.! proved disastrous he would be un"
. . What can we do for you?. I able to explain same having a
The privilege to answer in like i rested Newcombe on the bench,
manner was reacquired Wednes- Every manager looks good While'
day when the Bombers powered he is winning, as most of t h e
their way to their 17lh wor ldjmoves he makes, bring the deslr-i
championship behind the three-hit e(i results. There is hardly any
pitching of 23-year old Johnny credit for the pilot who uses a
Kucks. strategy and it backfires. The
The 1956 monarchs of the base-
ball world won the series in inei
identical manner in which it was ou(j squgfc demanding bis remov
wrested from them last year by!a
tre. Dodcers. After dropping the
firsttwo games in enemy territo territory,
ry, territory, the champs fought back to take
the three in their home park, the
third game being the history mak making
ing making no-hit no-run perfect game
Ditched bv Don Larsen, leaving me
only obstacle to hurdle, winning a
came at Ebbetls Held.
Tn thp baseball nubile, such an
assignment should be considered a
simple one, but to Mr. Stengel's
charees it was not so easy as the
last Yankee victory at the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn bandbox, which to visiting
clubs, present such hazards as an
enormous 40-foot wau wnicn runs
from right to center field off
which, drives which would ordi
narily prove home runs in regula
tion parks, oouna dsck into me
playing field, with the Brooklyn
right fielder skillfully playing the
rebound, to hold the disgruntled
hitter to a mere single.
This was the situation the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees faced with the meat of their
power, the left-handed hitters
completely throttled. In the opi
nion ef many, Labine s sensa sensational
tional sensational 1 to 0 win ever the cham champions
pions champions on Tuesday was helped in
small way by the breastwork
which separates the Brooklyn
ball-field from Bedford Avenue.
Be that as it may. however,
Don Newcombe in his fifth futile
attempt to win a series game wasl
the victim of the pent-up Yankee
ire. as ott nis otterines inree pow
erful Jring-size blasts rocketed
from the winners, to put the game
and series beyond reach ot Mr.
Alston's crew. Soger Craig, sec
ond Brooks burler, also proved
his generosity in the fatal contest
by serving up a grand slam horn
er Bill Skowron in the seventh
The Yankees connected a total of
12 roundtrippers in the' series with
Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra
slamming three apiece.
' The Pitching
When Whitey Ford failed in the
first game and the Dodgers forced
Casey Stengel to trot out seven
moundsmen in the second contest
for a new record. Yankee fan
were none too happy about their
team's future in the remaininj
games. But through some miracle
or other the Bombers pitchmj
corps asserted itself and reeled off
the most sensational pitching feat
ever to be witnessed in a series.
In the five remaining games
Yankee pitchers gave up a total of
21 hits good for only 6 runs, with
all five hurlers going the route.
Kucks Redeems Himself
Johnny Kucks -who, in the' opi
nion of many baseball experts, al
though be was not charged with
the defeat in that wild and wooly
13 to 8 contest, was the direct
cause of the Yank reverse, be because
cause because of his inability to retire the
one batter he faced to close the
Larson, the starter, was lifted
after passing Gilliam to fill the
bases, and with Reese at bat and
Snyder to follow, manager Casey
with the socre 6 to 1 at the time
not wishing to have the Duke bat
hi such a situation, sent in Kucks
to get that much needed out in re retiring
tiring retiring Reese.
The results we already knew
s Pee Wee lined a basthit into
left with a 3 and 2 count scoring
2 runners, and despite Stengel
countering with Byrne e left left-handed
handed left-handed pitcher to pitch to Sny
der, the Dodger slugger clob clob-bertf
bertf clob-bertf a powerful drive into the
center Held bleachers to knot
the count at (II.
In the final same with onlv
Kucks and Bob Grim as rested
pitchers, Stengel gave the 6 ft. 3
inch younester the ball and with
a pat on the back sent him to the
mound. Kucks rewarded bis man manager
ager manager with a neat three-bit shutout
It was Kucks first world series
win, and it earned him a place a a-I
I a-I longside those of team-mates Ford,
. Larsen, and Sttrdivant other Yan
jkee mound stalwarts.
Dodoars Game' To The End
For tbe losers it must be said
mat they played like real
Dions. True it is indeed that AUin
ston had no other decision to make
than to bring Big Don Newcombe
for the final same, as if he had
brought in lefllunder Lehman or
j second-guessers rake him over the
COals as a chumn. and put up a
The Yankees won the series,
because the guys they least ex expected
pected expected rose to the occasion
thereby justifying their right to
wear the coveted pin stripe
white flannel home uniform us
ed by the champions.
It would appear tnat a specuia-
tor watching the series and plac
ing his bets without any knowl
edge of the clubs paracmating
would mane a oauy sunng oe",ns
on the club wearing the white,
Of tbe last 18 series games play played
ed played between 1954 and 1956. The vis vis-isting
isting vis-isting club has won just four and
three of them proved to be deci decisive.
sive. decisive. In 1954 Leo Durocher's New
York Giants threw the final shov
elful of dirt on the Indians' grave
in the fourth game in Cleveland
Tk. niamfc tnnlr fnnr ctraievht
In '55 with Johnny Podres as
master of ceremonies at Yankee!
Stadium, the Brooks walked off
the field as championns with 2-0
shutout, and now. the same sauce;
was served thp Dodgers at Ebbetts
Field, with their rivals of last year
turrrine the tables 9 to 0
In all, it was a well contested
series and to Dodger, pitchers Sal
f anliA ttnH Plpm I.ahina wit a
world of credit for their splendid
performance. To Don: Larsen the'
hero's crown for winning the must
combe the goat s momcKer for his
performance and to Big Don New
comb? the goat's monickerl for his
u 3 t nlnojip omoo m unit
Santa Cruz Sports
By GILBERT!) THORNE
Santa Crux Women's Volley Volleyball
ball Volleyball League has been enjoying
incredible success. So successful,
in fact, has the response of the
public to the games, that It has
become necessary to organize a
Junior Police Force to keep on onlookers
lookers onlookers off the playing area and
away from the rails which sep-
rates the stands and the court.
Lt. Ricardo cox and his four four-man,
man, four-man, pardon me, four-boy squad
have been doing a splendid job
of securing these ends.
"Nettie" peterkin's yeliow-
shirted girls from 'Front Square
boast seven wins and one loss
for first place in the league. The
team is sponsored by Captain
Segura who is president of Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's provincial Bask etbaU
Second place Is held by Depor-
tivo Moroto whose blue shirts
cover "Chubby" Malcolm's girls
from the Parallel. Jean Sobers
tan-sweatered Dust Bowl girls
have won three and lost six.
Third place honors go to these
misses. Eleanor McFarlane's De De-portlvo
portlvo De-portlvo Silen trail with one win
and eight losses.
Santa Cruz's Workingmen't
Softball League Board distribut
ed twenty six trophies and
shields In artciripation ot the
Earl Holder's Dredging Divi
sion Shops team received nine nineteen
teen nineteen trophies honoring their
first place finish for the past
season. Each player on the team
roster received a tall nine-Inch
trnnhv tttt Hi. hlf onH hot Ki.
Tto Wade was given a minia-!
l.wujlf .Vl Alls OllCIl 1IU OIL VU1
uv uvuiij iui buc uai It uc
played In his team's victory
Team trophies wer awarded
George Miller's Hydro-Survey
for second place, Oilberto James'
third place Aids to Navigation
Five-fooft four Richard Grant
was awarded a nlaver's tronhv
for his outstanding performance
the Softball Tournament helrl
at paraiso. Shields of honorable
service were distributed to um-
Anejo or Carta de Oro in High
Preparations for the Club
i Handicap Championship Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament have been comphted and
i olay wui set usderwa) tomorrow.
i The trophies have been ordered
and will be on display al the club
before the third week of play.
I This year the tournament -.viJl
again be medal play. This type
ol play will allow eacn member to
I use his full handicap io tne maxi maximum.
mum. maximum. The 72 hole n.deat" play. will
begin tomorrow, and the first 36
boles must be completed by 6:00
p. m. Saturday, Oct. 27.
Inert win oe no practice rounds
allowed between 18 hole rounds
until all entrants have completed
their 38 bole qualifying rounds.
At the completion of the 36 hole,
qualifying, each member will be
piaceu in one of three flights. j
There will be a championship,
first and second flight. The num number
ber number of players in each flight will
depend on the number 'of entries.'
t.oi Association ruies
wul appjy The matches must be
Diayeu m 2 3 or 4 bail maiches
ft one of y,, members cannot
make a match the tournament
committee will be glad to arrange
one jor tliem
Tne iecond' rmmd of p,ay must
. nyed wu-nin tue t.itranu
u h ingl lg hoie nuiid
iXi h nairwl hv thp tournament
coramitiee and must be played on
Sunday. Nov. 4. The pairings tor
this round will be posted on the
bulletin board in the clubhouse
and In tbe sports page ef your
Ample time has been allowed for
the. tournament rounds. This has
been done to permit all members
to enter, week-end players and!
tacsj who work shift. All entrants
wjU and tf another flight
is rnecesury u will be added,
E h rf ou Gamboa golfers is
cted iQ ee ou pn lNo x Tee;
Forces Landy Out
I Of Olympic Trials
MELBOURNE, Australia (UP)
-John Landy, Australia s great
miler, announced today he mil not
participate in Austraua s Olympic
"Unless mv strained ankle ten
dons mend within a month I'll be
unlikely to compete in the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic games," be said.
Landy's announcement stunned
Australian sports figures, already
gloomy because their champion
middle distance runner Dave Ste Stephens
phens Stephens also is on the injured list
with a torn thigh muscle.- How
ever Stephens said he wouM make
effort to compete Saturday
pires Dudley Jones and scorer
Mrs. Mavis Grant and John
Small made the distribution of
prizes and Jose French supervis supervised
ed supervised the entire night's activities
which included basketball and
Santa Crur'a Ladies Auxiliary
Won Lost Pet.
Tulsa 7 1
Malta Vigor .. .... 5 3
Remington 4 4
Eagles 2 5
Lo Mejor 2 5
Their last game saw
whin the Eagles 27-18.
dolph "Little-One" Campbell
scored 13 points for the losers
and C. Pacheco scored 11 for
Deportivo Moroto dedicated
bwt night's game to Mrs. car
!men Johnson and came throuel
men Johnson and came through
with consecutive 15-7, 15-7 wins
to take the match in two deci decisive
sive decisive sets.
Sports fans may remember
Mrs. Johnson as Carmen Bralth Bralth-waite
waite Bralth-waite who was active in various
phases of canal Zone sport ac activities
tivities activities before she made tbe
United States her permanent
residence. Mrs. Johnson enthu enthusiastically
siastically enthusiastically applauded the per performances
formances performances of the players and
later warmly thanked the ath
letes when honored her last
Wen Lost Pet
T- i M
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SOMERVILLE, Mass. (UP)
When police rsided a bakery
and seized a father and two sons
for running a bookie opent'on,
one of the sons was left behind to
take care of the "dough." The son
permitted to stay behind, in cus custody,
tody, custody, had to remove a batch of
fresh bread from the even.
Ball (Ginger Ale or Soda).
CAP I TOLIO
Z5e. ; 15c.
RIDE CLEAR OF
Abbott and Costello
Meet The Monster
X-Ray Photos Show
CAMDEN, N.J. (UP) Swaps,
winner of the 1955 Kentucky Der Derby
by Derby and holder of four world re records,
cords, records, suffered two linear frac fractures
tures fractures of the cannon bone of his
left hind leg in his morning work
out Tuesday, X ray photos re re-veald
veald re-veald today.
.However, trainer Misch Tenney
and veterinarian Dr. George R.
Palmer Jr said -tit. is "highly pro probable"
bable" probable" the thoroughbred will be
fit for racing next year.
the fractures, revealef) by a se second
cond second series of six X-ray photos
after tbe first examination' indi
cated no breaks, -were described
as from 2 to 2' a tncbes lor-r'" -j
crossina; along the bone to form
Dr. Palmer said, "Fortunately,
neither fracture, reached the outer
edges of the bone and there has
been no bone di'niscement. If nc nc-tbinw
tbinw nc-tbinw hanoens w'm thr rw
weeks, Swaps will be air right."
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Fridays & Saturdays
Midnite to 4; 30 a.m.
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combination of the
GEORGE G0D0Y TRIO
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nightcap on tbe house
t 4:3 a m.
Georff also plays tbe piano
10 p.m. to 2 a m.
Tuea., Wed. & Thuri.
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INVASION OF THE BOOT
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Hoople Traces Errors
To Proximity Of Mars
By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
The Perfect Prosnosticator I
EGAD! A zillion or more letfcrs
have cascaded down on me in the,
last week or so, lauding me as the
greatest football forecaster in the
Thank yon. wise and gentle
The deluge of correspondence
was occasioned by the success of
my predictions on a recent Satur Saturday
day Saturday when 1 correctly predicted the
outcome of 22 out of 24 games.
The only mistakes were Minnesota-Washington
and Southern Cal California
ifornia California -Oregon State,, anil in the
latter game, the Trojans actually
were outplayed, but the recent
proximily of Mars to the earth
drastically affected the outcome
Well folks, this week I'm pre predicting
dicting predicting no fewer than 10 upsets out
of the Ifst of 28 game I've picked
You will note that I've selected
lhem in all parts of the country.
for example. Purdue over No Notre
tre Notre Dame, Southern Melhodist o o-ver
ver o-ver Duke, Brown over D a r t t-moulh,
moulh, t-moulh, Iowa State over Kansas,
Mississippi over Vanderbilt, Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State over California. Arkan
sas over Baylor to name a few
Proceed with the lis t, my
Brown 14, Dartmouth 13
Michigan 21, Army 7
Yale 14, Columbia 7
Cornell 19, Harvard 12
Navy 14, Tulane 7
Syracuse 27, West Virginia 14
Minnesota 34, Northwestern 7
Ohio State 21, Illinois 13
Mich. State 27, Indiana 13
Iowa 20, Wisconsin 14
Iowa State 14, Kansas 7
Purdue 20, Noire Dame 14
Oklahoma 21, Texas 7
Arkansas '20, Baylor 11
Kentucky 14, Auburn 7
So. Methodist 27, Duke 12
Florida 14, Rice e
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Cltmsen 14, Wake Ferest 7
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Oregon 14, Washington 13
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Group To Probe
Union Activities t
' WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (UP) (UP)-Chairman
Chairman (UP)-Chairman John L. McClellan CD CD-Ark)
Ark) CD-Ark) said yesterday the special
Senate Lobbying Committee will
check the political and lobbying
activities of labor unions alter the
Nov. 6 elections.
The committee was created last
spring to investigate attempts to
improperly influence senators
through campaign contributions or
lODDymg. oo lar, it nas restricted
its investigation almost exclu exclusively
sively exclusively to the activity of industry
McClellan said the committee
plans to go into labor union activ activities
ities activities because it wants to get "the
broad overall picture of all politi political
cal political activity."
The political activities of the
AFL-CIO were examined briefly
this week by the Senate Elections
subcommittee headed by Sen. Al Albert
bert Albert Core (D-Tenn). Durin? the
inquiry. Sen. Barry M. Goldwater
e-Artz), a member of the lob lob-ing
ing lob-ing committee, charged that
union nues were nemg used for
political broadcasts sponsored by
Rnth the lnhhvintr anil pWfinn;
committee hearings are in recess,
probably until aftej. the November
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
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Abattoir tfaelona lt.H
Sanec riduelarlo 418
Cemento Pantnrt ....... 93 73 30
Cerveeerlk Nacional .... tj
Chirieana do Lech. .... 11 (
Coca Celt 6 50
Pref. wllh Com. us
lVstiladora Naclonsl ... 6 1t
Pre!, wilh Corn. 10
flBanzat. 3 A.
Pref. with Com. m
Vuena Lux Prf. ... 41 1J
Fiieria y Lux Cem ... SO
rloteir lneram.-!i-ano f 34
Generni de Sefuron .. SS
, Panrr.eflr de Acelte i so
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ATTENTION, G. I.! Just built FOR SALE: Due to urferrt trip:
modern furnished apartments, I,. living room set, cost 5600 sell-
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. 'ins far $125; dining room set.
Phone Panama 3-4941. coat $500, selling for SI 25;
FOR RENT: Furnished, I bed- g ,p,,n, "ew
..m, Fngidaire refrigerator $50; Ben Ben-rooms,
rooms, Ben-rooms, living-dining .room, two w;. whi :,li ten i 7
m STTsV'" f""' jSi'i.1"' "r" 2'
FOR RE.NT: Unfurnished beau- FOR SALi r,...u l j
tif-l and modorn two-bedroom. St.- hirtab.i
apartment in El Cangreio for A I 8-p.ece
information Ph... J i.i d""n9 ,0,m ,et'- S'"" W'"9
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FOR RENT: Beautiful apart- F0R SALE: I complete set tra-
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rooms, porch, dining room, hitch- miscellaneous household items,
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out children. Apply personally F0R
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November the first good condition, $75. Phone Bal-
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two couples. Has kitchen and
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21 T13-21 Fourth July Ave. over Swift
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FOR SALE: Completely fur furnished
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1 3-1 1 46.
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pon contnbu-pon to the nations represented at
the Geneva Conference to aid
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.. I O- ... vilC UCIIC
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The material ranges from des
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tion circulation during the week by the lib library
rary library follow:
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, Selected Reference Material on
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,i, wiit UvWUlUIvt
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sun, moiion and Time Study
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Fiction The Sleeping Partner,
Graham; Nuni, Griffin; Spring
Muslin, Heyer; Death Walks on
Cat Feet, llitrhens- Bnll Shenon.
rloah. Iincaster; The Faceless
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the Stranger, O'Brien;' Tolbecken.j
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Historia de las Literaturat Anti.
y ooenaa. Peres.
Plot Of Land
To Be Dedicated
i. Diaz Sunday
plot of land which will be the
luture sue oi a.new church will be
dedicated Sunriav at t n n,
. w: 7 ..." K-'". at
in ;J nv a a ... ,, 1
--- -j 'viur oi me i
juoxon inurcn of Christ.
T''e dedicatory service will open
,to the tcneral pnblic. The n'ot isl
J locate-' on San Fernando Street in
112 La Carrasq uUla
N. 26 "B Street
4th of July Ave. J
Professional or amateur. Audi Auditions
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Albrook Tries To Duplicate
Clayton Victory Over Kobbe
Cage Champs Tomorrow Night
1 II 1 V. 1
Port. Jfnhhp o
VTUI1 L,VSl rci.
Fort Clayton'.' 7'
Albrook APB . n
Army Atlantic 3
Tri-Post Troopers 0
And the Individual scoring
Points per .game Ave. (To (Total
tal (Total points in parentheses)
Straube, Troops, 24.2 (218); Bry Bryant
ant Bryant Albrook, 23.8 (212); Slay Slay-maker.
maker. Slay-maker. Kobbe. 20.0 nuni Tiiot.
er, AA, 19.9 (159 in 8 eames):
BelUzzi Kobbe, 18.4 (166): tin.
ran, Navy, 17.4 (157); Pearson,
Albrook. 17.2 nssc wuiio,.
Clayton, 16.2 (146); Koss, Kobbe,
(103) Hatcneu. Kobbe, n.4
Field Goals Hrvant Air.mr.ir
ot. otriiUDe. 'rrnnnx in- c on
nj il.... T
maker, Kobbe, 73; Belllzzi, Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, 65; Tucker a A. 62
FREE THROWS Straube,
Troops, 68; Doran, Navy, 51 51-Bryant.
Bryant. 51-Bryant. Albrook 44- Pnannn i'
brook, 37; Bellizzl. Kobbe. 36
FREE THROW PCT. Slay Slay-maker,
maker, Slay-maker, Kobbe, 82.9; Pearson, Al Albrook.
brook. Albrook. 75.5: Doran Navv IK n-
Koss, Kobbe, and McPherson'
PERSONAL FOULS Pear
son, Albrook, 30; Bryant, Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, 27, demons and Janko Janko-vich,
vich, Janko-vich, clayttpn, 25; (7 players tied
Albrook AFB's race horse Fly Flyers
ers Flyers go gunning tomorrow night
iur me aeienamg cnamplon Ft
lnVinPlh f Until t.hp Panaiiopc
w viuuui.1,1 wi -". uv-wtvu viu y uiir 1IC1U pun IS
Fort Clayton tore into them sixjufi of some 25 attempted, and
davs apO and unset the srheme with Ron ctlnvmolran i-n
of things with a smacking 60-53
Recognition Of Red
China To Be
By Jap Socialists
TOKYO, Oct. 12 (UP) The Ja Japan
pan Japan Socialist Party will call on all
nations to recognize Communist
L.mna at we Asian "Socialist So Socialist
cialist Socialist conference scheduled in
com Day next month, it was dis
The party will also submit a
resolution warning the Tl n i r
States that its military hahea nn
Okinawa 'seriously Infringe on
Japan's sovereignty and stimulate
The same resolution will duminj
ihnt the Japanese government o-
nen negotiations forthwith with
U.S. authorities for fl lr i n a m n'c
"complete return" to Japan.
The party's Central Executive
Committee manned nut its
for the Asian fnnferenee k.mn
ning Nov. 1 in Bombay, at a meet.
The committee held that the For For-mosan
mosan For-mosan question is an issue con concerning
cerning concerning only the .Nationalist gov government
ernment government on Formosa and the Com Communist
munist Communist regime at Peiping and that
should he "settled neaen'niu-
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H9 Central Ave.
1(4 Central Avenne
FOR SALE: 1948 Buich Road Road-master
master Road-master 4-door Sedan. Vary dean
1 -owner car, radio, heater, pre premium
mium premium tires, new battery, $350.
Qtn. Ill Albrook. Phone 86 86-4279.
4279. 86-4279. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 124-B Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1955 Studebaker
Champion 4-door, excellent con condition
dition condition $1100. Albrook 86-5237,
6-8 p.m. MSgt. Clark.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldtmobile
88" 4-door sedan, two-tone
grey, excellent condition 5433 -B,
Endicott St., Diabh. Phone
FOR SALE: 1954 Oldsmobile
98' convertible, 13,000 miles,
new car condition Best offer
over $2000. Call 2-3000 after
FOR SALE: 1946 Dodge 4-dr.
sedan, recently overhauled. New
battery, good tires. $200. Call
82-4204 between 8 a m and 4
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Station Wagon 4-door, 9-pas-senger,
radio, etc. Phone Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 83-2297.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
4-dr. sedan deluxe, automatic
transmission and other accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, like new, very low mileage,
ten months old Owner mutt tac tac-"o
"o tac-"o offer. Phone Bal.
Its the theory of 'the airmen
that if the Regulars lost once;
they can lose again. The frst
time these two teams met over
at KObbe. the Fivers start eH nut
like they meant business, piling
up a 30-17 first quarter lead. But
they ran out of gas, and the
Regulars pulled ahead at half half-time
time half-time and went on to win, 94-82.
This time the Flyers are on
their home court, and are de determined
termined determined to maintain the pace.
oiner iinai games of the sec second
ond second round of play tomorrow list
Fort Clavton. runninw ne rk-anrl-
neck with Kobbe for the lead at
Army Atlantic and the Tri-Post
Troopers at Navy. Clayton is
heavily favored flver the Bush Bush-masters
masters Bush-masters and will assume the
lead if the Flyer trip up the
SterUor time for all eames Is
In Wednesday night's action,
all three of the top teams had
an easy time. Kobbe punished
the A's, 90-51, Albrook clobbered
the Troopers, 95-55, and Clayton,
while held to a halftime tie by
Navy, forged ahead in the sec second
ond second half to a 73-54 win.
At Fort Davis the Reo-ulora
spotted Army Atlantic a 17-15
first Quarter edffe as Hushmast.er
scorine ace Tom Tucker. nlavW
wjth a cast on his hand since
injuring it two weeks sso irra
game against Navy, connected
with nine points.
Willie Hatchett, with elht. onH
Ron Massler with six then pull pulled
ed pulled the Infantrvmen 1nti An-ii
halftime lead as the A's faltered
SllH nrorl nnl i-iu i-
lng 10 in the third quarter, the
Regulars breezed through
iest oi tne game.
Lennie Koss of the Regulars
and Tucker shared scoring lau laurels
rels laurels with 18 each while Hatchett
compiled 17 and the p.ishmas.
ters' Jim Brown nnteherl IX
At Albrook.. the Fivers nnre o
pin completely outclassed the
man-ShV Trnnners iicln i
players in running up quarter
margins of 25-12, 51-22 and 72 72-41.
41. 72-41. Lee Straube of the Trl-PnsUrs
moved irfto the league-scoring
lead with a 26-point effort, giv-inp-
him a nine-p-nme nvemo-n nf
24.2. The previous leader, Em Em-mett
mett Em-mett Bryant of the airmen, tal tallied
lied tallied 21 but saw hit avernne Hin
to 23.6. Ron Pearson collected 24
to ton it he winners urhtle Milre
Rivera netted 14 for the losers.
At Clavton a stnrriv
Ave matched the Cavaliers
point-for-polnt, through the first
half in battling to a 30-30 dead deadlock,
lock, deadlock, hut the nlaxrtnnmen enms
back in the third with 30 mark markers
ers markers to Navy's 10 and maintained
me ieaa w me nnisn.
Ron cofer snarked the vnA.
dies in the first half with n
tallies while Dick Bowman and
Vern demons were the hio oiine
in the Cava' rally with nine
each. Bowman wound up with
1 and COfer with 15 to nare
OR OUR OFFICES
PHILLIPS Oceenaid. Cottaoes,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa
Phone Pan,,,, 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1166.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the- Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate price.. The new
management is anxious to serve
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
"hone Thompson, Balboa- 1772.
FOR RENT: Nice 3-bedro.m
sV? ; H,ihM-
1 1 Phono Panama 3-5329.
FOR SALE: no .lightly
wed golf tlubK "Ho,,"
wood. "McGr.,or" .tuf-hors.
hS Cost $250, tell $150 AB AB-ERNATHY
ERNATHY AB-ERNATHY SPORTING GOODS
FOR SAir. in., ....
tt.: aim r.u....
xi I . K iereror.
Most be told. Make
mono aaioo.. 2-3185. First
ome, rirtt served.
FOR (Ala. ol. Z
. -noap. be r man
wrcuiaring machine. New. Ko Ko-m
m Ko-m Mfk- C"h or terms. Tele-
BEERS: Amttel, Butch. ,ar; Oy-
with extract of oyster Dittribu Dittribu-tort:
tort: Dittribu-tort: Enri,ue Halphen Cie.,
FOR SALE: Pu.-u. m
W Piul' Meat
Ff. Kobbe Teenage
i f. nnrr irnkb. m . i
ran, -;--.;' ".B""c 'USIVr
fi" ".uT.McluclmK we re.
ui cii ii it- est ex lr n t at j
mnAtiZC'r. luc consuiuuon
Ship of the V th a "l.-JP0"
n Jh.uC0.rablned "Pervisionl
.C. V. "u" 4 siccrmg committee,
the d,rector the assistant director
!nd dignated parent chaperons
the club ha. reeentlv VL V:'
der th parent Participation un-
- 'a oiilll vl vll o
Saturday the parents spent a
good part nf thei. .Jtf1..
new rh.K "K. """"nj( me
Plan tTSS WMki
hvurftee," "nmittee, headed
T""ro..1" teenaoers resin".
I n U o U a -wau-
ivuuoe ana f arfan. In arldi.
"T lu "uuseguests.
tne teenaeers i
mnno 've5 nave
will be d.; "I PUon:
win k ,uc" ne curfew
hTr ".r1. an additional
. annual jvew Year's
Incorporated in the bv-laws is
the intention of promoting good
W ma BWfi
tubes ...the tube
wun the Good
Ntilsaal Theatre Oct. II
Pan. 3-1 285
Via Espafia ft 45th St.
AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
J. rce. oe la Ossa Ave. Me. 41
Juste Arosemena Ave. and M St.
SO Street No. SI
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
WANTED: Financial partner
for profitable business. Writt
thit paper "Financial "Partner."
FOR RENT. Furnished two or
three-bedroom chalet. Oppa.it.
Jo.n Franco. Call 3-4207.
5J "NT: Furnished room.
4th of July Ave. House No. 14 14-9.
9. 14-9. Apt. I.
FOR RENT: Very fc,.
nished room for man only. "I"
FOR RENT :F.,Uhed mi,
null apartment. Cooking f.cili.
tiet. Excellent location. 43 rd
Sftoot No. 13.
I lewyt Vacuum Cleaner
cumpieie with attach attachments.
ments. attachments. Uteri sllohrl,:
Recently re-checked .
RCA Radio Model Q-44.
acven luoes, seven
panas, perfect condi condition
tion condition MU
oyivania' Hi-Fi Con-
table morini aVir tiMth
stand; mahoalnv fv
aiightly usedT Orlgin-
auy iB.oo now ..140.M
"Motorola" T.V. twenty-
uiui screen. mann.
gany. Totallv reflnUh.
. ed and In verv -ni
condition g9 00
Phil co radio -photo-
Kiapn console. Radio
has five bands and
five tubes. Three sneH
icuoia piayer. Maho-
any. very good con-
- V vv
e r a n h Pmuni. un.
twelve-inch spe a k e r
and three-speed record
player. Mahogany fin finish.
ish. finish. Verv onrvrl ...Ji
uon i u a.
, J -vrw-A buuui-
Used 'Hoover'' TTleetrU
wasniriff Marh n
very good condition .. 35.06
bum Radio Phono-
Krapn. inree speed
matlc Onrrarrl rj,.j
Coaxial Speaker. Oak
finish modern Keoti
ful cabinet W5.M
"Whirlpool" gas dryer.
-in uw rn i rm i,-ii..
40C nn "Bl"-jr
J385.00 now J30.00
"Rheem" kermna ct
- ourners- nrlo-in-n..
$22.50 now 9.e,j
Leonard" 1 enhi.
freezer. Used for about
year, m very good
value $395.00 now ..195 00
T.V. "Tratr-L. t-
ceneni condition. 20"
ocreen. Mahogany .-. .. 89.00
-w-w complete with
moauiator and VFO 200 so
graph console. Three
jueea recora plaver 4
bands, 5 tubes. Maho-
Kt,A Victor' rarlin
Dhonocranh T K r
speed Garrard record
Player in verv
condition ....... 175e
Also see oar bargain table
With r lertrir i ,H.-,...
alien at tan. -,-ri.
Phonographs, table lamps,
Via Espana No. 1 Tel. 3-0383
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
rarqoe Lcfevre 7 Street
VL Postal 111
Via Esp.ni Avt.
Shpcovort, re-uholsterin9. Best
"n",', ,mm- "or estimates
3-4628. Here. Co. free
P'ck-up ana delivery.
- WcGUW. and family
"Ouaintances for remembraneet
FOR SALE: I, Cborr.,, 44 44-45
45 44-45 hectares. All kinds of fruit
treet, water all year. Good for
cattle, chickens, and pigs Plan
nd papers. A large house, good
foe business. It it a two-story
house with 9 rooms House 7741
America Ave.. Chorrera. Make
FOR SALE. Bait built residence
n Bell, Vista Will accept down
payment. Phono 3-4327.
FOR SAU: Good investment
property, ,rf.ee 2866, frontage
33 meters, with house. No deal dealers
ers dealers Bargain price Pueblo Nuevo
FOR SALE: Copl.ly fa,.
nrthed house in Seecliff Acres,
overlooking the tee at Santa Cla Clare
re Clare Beach: Living-dining are,, 2
bedrooms, kitchen and two in in-lide
lide in-lide porches, built-in barbecue.
C 3-2052 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: One 26" English
girl's bike. Cell Bel. 1805.
WANTED : Dachshund, female
preferred. Call 5-366.
WANTED: 25-.ycle refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, not over 6 cubic feet. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2-4245.
"One of those rare picture
Wm JBa BBSa
sHBBmmmtsmlnnmmtf flL- IflBmmmmmmBsR si BL BBBB-J
u.v.4e w iuu u mc greui mass oi iansr
M. P. Daily.
"One of the great ones! Promises to make economic
as well as entertainment history!"
M. P. Herald.
"It ranks with 'covered wagon,' 'stagecoach' and
'shane I A box-office triumph!"
Showmen's Trade Review.
"THE SEARCHERS" In VistaVisJon and Technicolor
starring John Wayne, Jeffery Hunter, Vera Miles Ward
mcornSu Wwd PENS N WEDNESDAY 17 T
NO DOWN PAYMENT
EASY PAYMENT PLAN
o 1 Used (4 months) "NCCCHI" Portable
Sewing Machine $200 00
1 Used "FRICIDAIRE" 2 door, 12 ubic
foot Refrigerator 22$ 00
o 1 Used "KELVINATOR" 2 door, 12 cu. ft.
Refrigerator 200 00
o 1 Used "KELVINATOR" 7 cu. ft
o 1 Used "ELECTROLUX" Kerosene
18-78 Tivoli Ave Opposite Ancon Post Office
Boats & Motors
5100; 12-hp. mot.,. KM);
$350 take. AB AB-I8NATHY
I8NATHY AB-I8NATHY SPORTING GOODS.
FOR RENT: SmtH concrete
hout., consist ef t large room,
bathroom kitchen and perch.
Modern. Via Porrat No., 64. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-1863.
FOR RENT.- Forasxhed chalet:
1 bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch, kitchen, garage. Samuel
Uwit Stre.t No. 1 facing Bit Bit-kayna
kayna Bit-kayna offices. Phone 3-2795
FOR RENT: Furafched chalet
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 E.
f'rJ;24.'' ,,IU Virtl-3-5351,
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Experienced cook, pastry maker.
eks employment: hotel, Amer American
ican American homo. Reference, live in.
let Streft, lu.n Diai. house on
WANTID: Experienced cook.
Good salary. Bin references.
Wutt sleep in. For further infor information
mation information ,pPy StiB', Gut,,
14th Street Bolivar Avenue,
hpoto No. 13,200, Colon.
FOR SALE: Elaetrir ,..:....-
ton, $T5, $95. Taller Istmeno,
Vie Espana. Phone 3-3308.
lor the "discriminating'
between them." 'I r rpwwe warns.
TODAY, OCTOBER 12, 195fi
TWB PANAMA AMERICA?! AJJ IUDEPENDEN1 J) All T NEWSPAPER
tU BTORX Of MARTHA WAY.
Letter for Martha
f WILSON SCRUGGS
mn AND THE PIRATE
UCOBUk h mum
0H!60UV WW. fAMM Rf MEMBERS' THE
CORRECT Y 10 PTJCM. NOW t ONLY...
Anpa few seconps late
8 till in Doubt
Jt'S ( HOORAY LESTER
) ANYWAY S I
YOU UIDN I H
HQfcT T HkQWNI
i on a nunc BENCH 1
I roy...j eorrATURN
I. i. .
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LETS MM OUT M, 60 TO TUT
THE COUNTRY. MOOSe I BEACH'
JUST" 00 WHEK
THE CAR WANTS
1 SHOULD SAY NOT" I DOrT VwVNT
IO WW? I" AFWCNOON IN A J
A f MUCH OBUSED, GUVNOR ...TlS SELDOM
AFFORDED THE LUXURY OF A SHOWER
s f ff bamun
Tell New Englanders
Of Segregated Life
MOUND BAYOU, Miss., Oct. 12
(UP) -Leaders of this ail Negro
town oi 1,390 soma described for
louring New England newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen to 'unseen hand and unwrit unwritten
ten unwritten law" that shapes their lives in
Tnn riti7onc nl thin lo..i -n
r v iuw id 1 gcai ait
Negro town in the country poured
oui commaints aoout racial dig-crimtaattan-in
a meeting with the
2 W editors and publisher
at a meeting held in the mayor's
C. V. Thurmond, Negro post-,
nir. sara ine "unseen pres
sure a-oni wniies Keeps tne Ne Negro
gro Negro in parts of Mississippi from
Setting equal justice or equal edu education,
cation, education, and often means the Negro
does not even try to vote.
"In some areas it would mean
Sircide to trv." Thiirm
The newspaper executives, most
locales L-ane Canaveral Via
Uncle Sam's takeoff spot for
overwater guided missile teste.
It will be used as a staging
area for preliminary tests of
the rocket units designed to
hurl man's first earth satellite
spaceward some time before
WELL, IT SEEMS
TO ME HEX?
SETTING ) GETTIN
l vmwmiiim 1
FjWs-ftTl2-te lW T1 ,. m. TM H QW
BOOTS AND m MIDI
t a r -'m,
DlMLV TUBOtiAu A ueniiwi
WAmfS.THE 6REAT HORNED OWL
PLUMi36e HUKIOKILV TOWARP THE
ii.c i.mSKoFi t-Acruiivcs, iiiuji- jauuar, ine series 01
jy truui weeaues, ii meir stop- tests may begin as etrly as
over point at nearby Cleveland for this November. Cape Canav Canav-an
an Canav-an afternoon tour of Vicksburg, eral is on an island which shel shel-downstate
downstate shel-downstate historic spot, after a '1 ten the Banana River lagoon,
hag-day visit to Mound Bayou. about 15 miles northeast of
te editors and publishers are Conoau la.
traveling in a chartered bus as
guests of the state to see for
themselves how Mississippi is deal- tub uhut.
ing with Its racial problems. TWt tl"ITIR
Gov. J. P. Coleman told the vis- DENVER, Tenn.-WPJ-Fuzzy
ltors at the start of the tour Sun- a eat owned by Mrs. C.B. Cantrell
day that while Mississippi does didn't eat all the mice she killed
not encourage Negro voting, their! When the Cantrells finished emp"
failure to vote stems only from tying their corn crib, they found
(mimlllaitHna. 4a n i .' n . .
uiinuunBiicsB tu yaj m iuu 111 di u mice ruziy nsfl caugtlt
from inability to pass a literacy j
But Thurmond said "llWfSSI tnn0" G.rwn-
would vote if elements wnuIH J. Vl!,e- .to M in a dinner
it it." He claimed the Mound ff? 32 wou!? hve
Bayou vote is sometimes thrown iLnK. X ey
out hv whit. .I.rtmn nffiriil. f.'i1 B ei-
H h Hum npFhv r.,.!. we. e. struggling hard am
ville said Negroes there vote free-!? uVTShhm "d
ly. but he comolained of uneaual tfn, me hway," Or-
rithts before the courts. I lor ",a-
"We have a dual system of jus-' He said 14,000 to 13,000 Negroes
tice when it comes to Negroes," are registered voters in Green Green-he
he Green-he said. ville, and white and Negro schools
xioaaing warier, eanor oi me, mere are virtually equal.
m you vifs got
But THE iKrmtorapn vimw
turns our to be a ennrsT
AMP THE FIERCE FEATHERBP PREWOR-
A 9iKXTboC R5TREAT
The Royalty of Radio and Television
nUDAY, Oct U 1H
3 W Armed Forcw Hour
4 00 Garry Moore
4 15 Godfrey Tine
410 Robert Q Low is
4:45 Jint Froman
5 00 Life with hther
5 30 Wlnky Dink
M Neva ana Panorama
IM Lorttta Youns
' JO You Bat Your Lift
SSO Boh Hope
S 00 Star Toniaht
:3S Pantomime Quia
10:00 Root Mont (emery praHBtl
11 OS Xneore: Climax.
SATI RDAY, Oft U, 1M
Armed Forces Hour
News and Panorama
Ufe of Riley
Encore: Bob Hope.
T Si No. lJA-3BTel. 2-23K. 2-2142. 2-32CS
TtreM Ave. 11-2 t
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fi" ARE VDU SCXMfi TO
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B.H.S., J.C Hoot half Game Tonight
A COMPARISON OF THE APPROXIMATE RET INCOMES OF SIHCLE EMPLOYEES 55 TEARS OF AGE OR Otim HAVING 30 YEARS OR MORE OF
SERVICE WITH THE APPROXIMATE NET INCOMES OF THOSE WHO ELECT TO RETIRE ON DECEMBER 31, 1956 UNDER P.U 85U, 8kTB CCBGRESS
RETIREMENT GROUP LIFE NET INCOME
ASSUMPTION SALARY FED. INC. TAX DEDUCTION INSURANCE FOR 1957
Biploye Atd 55-64 $ 3,000 $ 427 $195 $20 $2,358
A Stays on the Job 4,500 724 292 32 3,452
Pt December 31. 1956 7,500 1.405 487 52 5,556
' 10,000 2,096 650 71 7,183
employee 65 Yrs or over $ 3,000 $ 305 $195 NONE $2,500
1 Stay on the Job 4,500 592 292 NONE 3,616
Past December 31, 1956 7,500 1,243 487 NONE 5,770
I I 10,000 1,900 650 I NOME I 7,450
HIGHEST ESTIMATED I I I NET INCOME I IF HE STAYED ON
FIVE-YEAR DEDUCTIONS PERCENTAGE JOB, EMPLOYEE
AVERAGE IN RATE OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX NET INCOME OF A OR B WOULD ACTUALLY
ASSUMPTION SALARY RET. FUND ANNUITY J.957 I WBTWT FOR 1957 ABOVE BE WORKING FOR
Employee Retire. $ 3,000 $2,900 $1,668 NONE NONE NONE $1,668 70 $ 690. A Year
123156 At Age 55 4,500 4,000 2,1,1? NONE NONE $ 74 2,412 70 1,040 A Year
With 30 Yrs of 7,500 5,000 4,008 NONE $187 385 4,008 72 1 548 A Year
5erviM 10,000 6,000 5,340 NONE 504 644 5,30 74 1,843 A Year
ftigj& Retir $ 3,000 $3,200 $2,052 NONE NONE $ 11 $2,052 87 $ 306. A Year
W3156 At Age 60 4,500 4,500 2,988 NONE NONE 180 2,988 87 464 A Year
With 35 Years of 7,500 5,800 .4,968 NONE $405 573 4,968 89 588 A Year
Service 10,000 7,000 6,624 NONE 866 955 6,624 92 559 A Year
Employee Retires -$ 3,000 $3,300 $2,352 NONE NONE NONE $2,352 94- $ 148. A Year
123156 At Age 65. 4,500 4,650 3fU4 NONE NONE $127 j W 95 172 A Year
3 With 40 Year, or 7,W 6,000 5.724 NONE fen 5 t'vk 99J g Wr
I S I 10,000 I 7,400 I 7,620 BONE 9&0 1031 7.620 log 170 a Year
Read story on page 7,
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1956
Adlai's H-Bomb Policies Interest Voters
Despite Ike Refusing Further Discussion
For second and third vear aft.ar tvtiin r,t ..u w j a v.. : .
"" reuutca oj ine amount or income tax shown.
Net income would remain constant (assuming no change in the tax etructure) after the third year of retirement
except for the additional tax exemption creditable after age 65. retirement,
iitrry KLUTZ "Washington Post and Time Herald columnist, prepared the above chart on Public Law 854 In his Federal
ffmnw Newsletter Flutz describes the chart as containing startling statistics "which should be rather convincing proof"
ft th new and more liberal Johnson civil service retirement law will piovlde excellent ennulties when compared with
SS5 MinriM Klutz comments that while this chart deals only with single employes, much the same conditions would exist
teMy lfcT1Si5tl. According to Klutz, "a single employe -who is eligible to retire will be working M
?f j? for a few dollars a year if he fails to take advantage of the new law." Klutz notes that same Federal official
e using the chart to try to convince some of their older employes they should retire.
More Segregation Disputes
Mrupt In Southern States
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (UP)
Disputes over rights w w w-to
to w-to vote, to sit with whites m foot foot-tali
tali foot-tali ,t.nd. and on buses and to
The U. S. Department of Jus Jus-UcTasked
UcTasked Jus-UcTasked Congress,
investiea e wneinei
K eeuy ty? lvotiI
rishts in Pierce County, Ga., and
Ouachita and Rpidei PW.
fMlk of Tallahassee,
Z ,Z?r .t.t. leeislative
taTbS Toti and acUvities of the
National Association for, the Ad-
asked" DrfeS Secretary Charles
Sn to investigate charge tht
Neero servicemen at Donaioson
Air Force Base and Fort Jackson,
sr. are being denied educational
hwmu r.ener.l War-
Justice uepanineuj v
;,i; ,,rc.il the Senate subcom
miitee on campaign practices in
Washington Wednesday o invesU invesU-th..
th.. invesU-th.. vnu violation com-
Otaey he believed that if
the subcommittee wul conduct
CI ;. the rases in Georgia
and Louisiana before the Nov. 6
election it "would result in hund
reds of voters news
Sen Aibert Gore (D-Tm), sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee chairman, said Otaey s
request will be considered at a
mSZ lesaion. Olney said
his department is already invest
A suit by 130 Negroes In Pierce
County charging they were denied
voting rights in a primary last
Aug. 15 is already before a fed federal
eral federal judge at Brunswick, Ga.
Just before the primary about
inn Nernps were among the coun
ty's 5,500 registered voters, hut
250 were stncxen as Being unqual unqualified
ified unqualified on the challenge of a white
Doug Fowler, Louisiana's state
iitpervisor of registration, said 1, 1,-000
000 1,-000 Negro voters have been strick stricken
en stricken in Rapides Parish and 3,000 in
Ouachita, but he said mis was
done solely to purge ineligible
voters from the registration lists
Rep. William M. Tuck (D-Va)
protested to U.S. Immigration of
ficials for admitting a Negro ser
viceman and his white German
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wife to this country to five In Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia in violation of state miscege
Commonwealth's Atty. F. L. Mc Mc-Kinney
Kinney Mc-Kinney of Halifax County ordered
the arrest of Cpl. John Anderson,
Lawson and his German born
wife, If they can be found.
Several white parents told the
Gwinnett County Board of Educa
tion at a hearing in Lawrence-
ville, Ga., that their children were
taught integration by Mrs. colleen
M. Wiggins, whom state education
Officials nave oraerea urea.
Mrs. Wiggins' attorney denied
the claim, saying she merely com
mented during a discussion that
she would continue as a teacher
If her school became integrated.
A score of white leaders at
systematically thrown out in any
part of the state.
The state of Mississippi arrang
ed for the interview as part of
a tour it is conducting to show
the visitors how the state is deal
ing with its segregation problems.,
Georgia's Atty. Gen. Eugene
Cook told a white states rights
council at Warrenton, Ga. that
President Eisenhower "ereated a
bigger mess" In Washington than
the one he promised in 1952 to'
clean un. by integrating the
schools in the nation's capital.
Cook said the House subcommit
tee investigation headed by Rep.
James C. Davis (D-Ga) "succeed
ed in riooine the shroud of .se
crecy from this diabolical sociolo
CZ Radio Amateurs Plan To Conduct
Simulated Emergency Test Oct. 13
Vicksburg, Miss., denied to 20
touring New England editors and
publishers that Negro votes are! The net control station will be
Members of the Canal Zone A-
mateur Radio Emergency Corps,
under the leadership of Ralph E.
Harvey, emergency coordinator of
the American Radio Relay League,
will conduc a simulated emergen emergency
cy emergency test of the Canal Zone commu
nity emergency plan on Oct. 13.
The purpose of the plan' is to
provide the Canal Zone are with
emergency communications facili
ties in the event of a disaster that
might damage or incapacitate -normal
The local Amateur Radio Emer
gency Corp? (AREC) is a group
of amateur radio operators who
nave volunteered their time and
radio stations So that the Canal
Zone will never find itself without
communication as a result of fail failure
ure failure of telephone and telegraph
lines, and is part of a nationwide
Safely Deposit Box
Of Slain Widow Is
Evidence In Court
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 12 -(UP)
Currency from the safety
deposit box of a slain rnuaaet
nhia widow underwent a compa
rison yesterday with bills found
in the possession of two men ac
cused of the crime.
Bank officials brought $15,000
from the safety deposit box into
court during the trial of Frank
Ellsworth of Tampa, ria. At tne
same time, a Las Vegas, Nev.,
policeman testified conce r ni n g
the $87,000 found on the person
and m the room of Ellsworth and
Raymond Wilson, of Tulsa-Okia
Wilson, who was convicted and
sentenced to life imprisonment
last May. and Ellsworth were ac
cused of strangling Mrs. Lulubel
Rossman, 76 year old wealthy
widow, on July 3. 1955, and taking
an estimated $200,000 from her
Central City Hotel suite. Two
alleged conspirators in the rob robbery
bery robbery plot face a later trial.
The Commonwealth clai m e d
the serial numbers on $100 bills
found on Ellsworth and Wilson
ran in seauenee with bills found
in the slrin woman's safety depo deposit
sit deposit box.
THI LIMPING MAN
SOUTHBRIDGE. Mass. (UP)
Historians say the Marquis de
Lafayette walked with a limp as
result of a leg wound suffered in
the Revolutionary War. When In Insurance
surance Insurance man Arm and J. Sansoucy
played the role of Lafayette in a
play, he put a pebble in one of his
4:25 a.m. shoes to help him simulate the
4:52 I lime.
Ralph E. Harvey, KZ5RV, 1505-A
Aicee street, Balboa, 2-2995. It is
expected that 25 local amateur o o-perators
perators o-perators will cooperate in this ex exercise
ercise exercise with practically ail Canal
Zone communities represented.
Mobility and versatility of the
station units taking part will be
demonstrated. A number of mobile
and portable short-range radio
stations will be set up at strateeic
points around the Canal Zone in
order to provide local communica communication,
tion, communication, and a higher-powered long long-range
range long-range fixed station will supply
contact with distant points.
A control station located in BaV
boa will direct all operations, with
an alternate control at an undis undisclosed
closed undisclosed location ready to take over
if necessary. The local network
will be tied In with a nationwide
network of amateur stations.
This simulated emergency test
tests being conducted all ever the
united Males units of the Amateur
Radio Emergency Corps during
the week end of Oct. 13-14. and
the criteria of successful planning
will be the speed and reliability of
communication, under simulated
emergency conditions, with other
parts of the city, state and nation
As a part of the test, amaeurs
will orginae measagei addressed
to headquarters of the American
Kadio Keiay League in West Hart
ford, Conn., civil defense directors
will, originate message, to FCDA
administrator Val Peterson in Bat Battle
tle Battle Creek, Mich., and Red Cross
chapter chairmen will report by
raaio 10 me American National
Red Cross, Washington, D. C.
Like Choral Work?.
Here's A Chance
To Join JC Chorus
Like to sing? Interested In
Then how about coming to the
third floor of the canal zone
Junior College Building room
31S at 7 p.m. next Tuesday,
Plans will be made 'there that
night for a Community chorus
which will be a revival of the
old Junior College Messiah cho chorus.
rus. chorus. Anyone of college age or
above is eligible.
Weekly meetings, from 7 to 9
p.m.. are scheduled for Tuesdays.
The chorus will be directed by
Neil Branstetter. He is planning
to present "The Messiah" about
Christmas time and another
will be one of hundreds of similar choral work in the spring.
OAKLAND, Calif.. Oct. 12
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson made
it clear (today that he intends to
keep fightting President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower on the question of halting
Even though the Chief Exec Executive
utive Executive has announced he will
not discuss the subject fur fur-,
, fur-, ther, Mr. Stevenson has found
the issue to be of great inter interest
est interest to voters listening to his
As a result, he was more de determined
termined determined than ever today to
press the matter in his criticism
of administration conduct of
foreign and domestic affairs.
Last night at a party rally in
Oakland, Stevenson was cheered
explosively when he interpolat interpolated
ed interpolated in his prepared speech a
grim-voiced determination to
keep plugging away for 'a "safe
way" to end tne H-bomb tests,
despite Mr. Eisenhower's stand
to the contrary.
Stevenson wlll carry his fight
to tne nation Monday night in
a television and radio coast-to-
coast address from Chicago. He
Ike Going On Impromptu TV Quiz
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (UP)
President Eisenhower tonight
will try out a new campaigning
technique televised news confer conference
ence conference with about 100 "Citizens
for Eisenhower" asking the ques
The unrehearshed nationally
televised news conference will fpi-fo-
a $56.- plate dinner of the
Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon of
the District of Columbia at the
Actress Helen Hayes, one of
the dinner speakers, planned to
call at the White House earlier to today
day today for a chat with the President.
Miss Hayes is women's finance
chairman of the National Citizens
for Eisenhower and Nixon.
The first lady of the American
Theater confessed yesterday to
Sit Up To Deliver,
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 12 (UP)
Dr. Michael Newton, an obste
trician of the University of Missis
sippi medical school, believes
mothers should return to the time time-honored
honored time-honored position of sitting up to
deliver their children.
Newton, in a report to the 42nd
annual meeting of the American
College of Surgeons, said prelim
inary studies with about 100 preg pregnant
nant pregnant women showed the sitting
position was more comfortable
and had a better psychological ef
feet than the present-day flat de
Newton said the flat position is
more convenient for doctors, but
described it as a "new fangled
He said the advantages of the
sitting position included:
Increosed comfort to the
mother: increased effectiveness in
expelling the baby; more chance
for the patient to see and bold
her baby immediately after the'
delivery and a feeling of being in
cluded in the delivery and not
"out of the picture lying flat on
stage fright in her political role
as a speech maker.
She told reporters she always
is afraid that she will "muff" a
line or say something that will
make the Citizens for Eisenhower
sound like "Idiots for Eisenho-
Other dinner speakers will in include
clude include undersecretary of labor
Arthur Larson and co-chairman
Dorothy D. Houghton of the Na
tional Citizens for Eisenhower and
The 30 minute question and
answer period with the President
will be carried nationally by the
NBC television and radio net
The program is being sponsor
ed by the Citizens for Eisenhower
Questioners taking part In
the program were picked by state
"Cit.i7en.s fnr Rieanhnwar" nroaniN
zations throughout the nation.
The White House said the pro-!
gram would De impromptu with
no questions submited in ad
In recent campaigns, some can candidates
didates candidates for state and local office
have answered questions from
the public on television and radio
But a Presidential cadndidate
never has tried anything like it
By $2 Million
Legacy Left Her
BEAUMONT, Tex., Oct. 12 -(UP)
An 8-year-old tomboy who
doesn't care much for dolls was
in school today as usual, unabash
ed by the fact that she has fallen
neir to about 2 million dollars.
The girl, Edith Dianne Brown,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Brown Jr., is principal beneficiary
to the estate of Mr Edith Ax.
line Marshall, a distant relative
ot ner grandfather, R. L. Brown
Mrs. Marshall was the widow
or Courtney Marshall, who found
ed and headed the Magnolia Oil
itetinery in Beaumont.
fcditn s bequest wul amount to
about i,800,ooo after (axes, au
thontws said. However, the girl
won't get the money for many
Under terms of the will she can
get one-fourth of the principal
when she reached the age of 25,
a third of the remainder at 33 and
the rest when she is 37.
Edith, described by friends as
'sort of a tomboy" who isn't over
ly interested in dolls, was Mrs
Marshall's favorite among her rel
will continue his discussion of
As he told his Oakland audi audience,
ence, audience, he is willing to let the
American people judge
whether it is a theatrical ges ges-ture.'
ture.' ges-ture.' to quote President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's phrase, to suggest a
safe way to end the deadly
competit. on to build and ex explode
plode explode giant H-bombs which
contaminate the very air we
breathe and threaten no one
knows what damage to gener generations
ations generations vet unborn."
"I understand the President
saia toaay mat ne naa said his
last wora on testing H-bombs
and military manpower require requirements,"
ments," requirements," Stevenson said some somewhat
what somewhat icily.
"Well, i haven't said mine and
Harrold To Visit
US Army Missions
In Bolivia, Chile
Mai. Gen Thomas L. Harrold.
commanding general, USARCA
RIB, will leave the Canal Zone
Sunday for a visit to the United
states Army Mission in Bolivia
and the Military Assistance Ad
visorv Group (MAAG) to Chile.
Harrold will fly to Lima. Peru.
Sunday. The following dav he
will fly to Santiago, Chile, and re remain
main remain there until Oct 10. From
Santiago the commanding general
will go to Antosgasta, Chile. On
Oct. 20 he will fly to La Paz.
Bolivia, and remain there until
Oct. 23. He will visit Cochabamba,
Bolivia, on Oct. 23 and 24. He will
return to the Canal Zone on Oct
25 y way of Lima, Peru.
included in the genral'i party
are Mrs. Harrold; Col, N. M. Cox,
oi; u. Col.. L.E. Cantrttl, G-2
representative; Col. J. R. Russ
G-3; Col. A.A. Greene, chief, Mili Military
tary Military Missions; Col. L.P Wilson
USARCARIB surgeon; Capt R.
G Friar, aide de- camp; and
Fred P. Bowser of the G-4 sec section.
tion. section. FAMILY BUSINESS
MIDDLETOWN, R. T. (UP)
Midcftetown's first town clerk
was Joshua Peckham, who took
the job in 1839. The present town
clerk is his great-grandson, James
Peckham. The job has been in the
same family, all that time.
neither, my friends, have the
people of this countrywho
have the only last word."
Stevenson referred to Mr. Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's news conference com comments
ments comments in Washington yesterday.
Some months ago Stevenson
suggested as a major contribu contribution
tion contribution io peace, steps should be
taken to stop testing H-bombs.
He also said the government
should look to ending the mili military
tary military draft in the foreseeable fu future
ture future when national security re requirements
quirements requirements permitted.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (UP)
Atomic commissioner Willard
P. Libby revealed today that the
United States actually has pro produced
duced produced a "cleaner H-bomb.
It was the first rlisrWm-o th.t
the so called "reduced fallout"
Domo really exists. Such a wea weapon
pon weapon would spread less deadly
radioactivity throughout the plan.
et than "dirtier" H-bombs of the
In an address at a radiation
meeting sponsored by the Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can Association for the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Science, Dr. Libby report report-ted
ted report-ted "new information" on radio radioactive
active radioactive fallout.
Much of it dealt with 'Oner..
ration Redwinc. the U. s nuclear
test program at the Pacific prov proving
ing proving ground between May 5 and
mid July uus year.
"Particular ..attention ..was
paid to the fallott problem in
this operation," Libby said, and
a major effort was made to pro product
duct product a megation rang weapon
(equal in power to millions of
ton ef TNT) with an inherently
smaller .amount of fallout- for
a given energy release."
"This effort.'1 Libby stated, was
Mr. Eisenhower said iust a
week ago thot "we have learned
to make weapons which reduce
fallout to a minumum and whose
destructive effect can be concen concentrated
trated concentrated upon military objectives."
But the President didn't say
such a weapon actually had been
SPONSpRS FOR BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL KOTC Pretty sponsors for Balboa ROTC line uu
in front of Balboa High School before the revltw held Wednesday. From left to right- Ca Cadet
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Into Male After
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Oct. 12 (UP)
Surgeons have revealed a suc
cessful operation to transform a
lb-year-oid, extremely rare "true
hermaphrodite" into a normal
Doctors said the patient was
one of fewer than 70 cases re
ported in medical literature in
which both male and female re reproductive
productive reproductive organs were present.
A social worker at Le Bonbeur
Children's Hospital said the uni unidentified
dentified unidentified youth, a Negro, had
lived and dressed as a boy in a
smaL Mississippi town, but as he
became older the characteristics
of both sexes grew conspicuous.
His parents took him to their
county health officer last January
and he was referred to the, hos hospital.
pital. hospital. After doctors determined
that male characteristics predom predominated,
inated, predominated, they performed five oper operations
ations operations in which they removed the
female organs and characteristics.
The boy now is completely male,
the doctors said, but must receive
additional plastic surgery.
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