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"let tt? people know the truth end the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1956
Snap Training Test Checks
Canal's Military Security
SEND UP SOME
Commissary price changes on
bout 23 items accounted for tho
$1.17 increase in tho U.S.-rato
"market basket" last month, it
wa learned today.
Thehigher cost of the basket was
revelled by Gov. Potter at Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night's town meeting at
The Msket is a cross-section of
common items which has been es established
tablished established to reflect changes in com commissary
missary commissary prices.
A price rise of 14 cents for eggs
led off the list of 14 items on which
prices went up during October.
Prices went up four cents on
ham center slices, shelf paper and
green peppers. A three-cent rise
was noted on Keebler crackers and
Birdseye cut fryers. Two-cent
raises were marked for chuck
roast, pot roast, sirloin tip roast
and sirloin steak.
Only one cent was the rise in
ground round, Pacaroma coffee,
select pears and a special brand
Of the nine items that were
cheaper, sliced bacon did best with
A six-cent drop.
Frozen peas fell four cents; ap apples
ples apples dropped three and seeded
raisins were down two.
a ceni were regisierea
in Cnscoi sMcoRtsh, white pota-
Plates Sell Monday
For Your OI1 Jalope
Acrqss-the-counter Issue of
the 1957 Canal Zone license
plates will be started Monday
.morning' In the License Section
in the Civil Affairs Building dur during
ing during regular office hours.
New license tags, for which
applications have already been
received, will be placed in the
mall Saturday, Dec. 1, and may
be used on vehicles any time
after that date.
Application for the new li license
cense license plates may be made any
time by mail but Canal Zone
residents are reminded that the
1956 plates will expire at mid midnight,
night, midnight, Dec. 31.
As in the past, registration
fees are $5 .for personal pas passenger
senger passenger Vehicles; $2 por person personal
al personal motorcycles or motorscoot motorscoot-ers;
ers; motorscoot-ers; $1 for trailers; $16 for
commercial buses and trucks;
and f 5 for commercial trailers.
Application blanks mey be ob obtained
tained obtained with self-addressed enve envelopes
lopes envelopes from all Canal Zone gaso gasoline
line gasoline apd police stations, the Li License
cense License Section office, and from
the office pf the Police Driver
Examiner in Building No. 1029
Speed Is Money
In Balboa Court
The formula of $1 per mile an
hour fir all driving speeds in ex excess
cess excess of the legal rate was applied
in Balboa Magistrate's Court to today.
day. today. J"d?e John E. Demin" i "ioe''
a fine of $30 on George Edward
lowcrv, American. wh0 was
'driving 70 m.p.h. in a 40-mile zone
alon Gaillard Highway.
Conrad Maner, 39, American,
paM a lfl f:e for "sripp-iino o
m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone along Ft.
"!,Hpv r-.Seway. He was driv driving
ing driving a truck.
SMITH'S HELPERS SUV:
A small-scale military training exercise testing the
security of this area was held recently in the Canal Zone
without public announcement, the Caribbean Command
The exercises was one
ducted periodically by the
part of their normal training
The Canal Zone Government and citizens of the
Republic of Panama who by circumstances, of employment
were in the general area of the exercise were compliment
ed by U. S. military authorities here for their cooperation
Say 2, 3 Dead
SANTIAGO, Cuba, Nov. 30
(UP) Armed civilians battled
police in the streets of Santiago
today in what appeared to be a
revolutionary attempt to over overthrow
throw overthrow the government of Presi President
dent President Fulgencio Batista.
There was no accurate count
of dead and wounded, but it
was unofficially reported at a a-bout
bout a-bout a dozen. Dead were said
to number only two or three.
Army headquarters here oaid
the situation was still "confus
ed" but that it was "eased."
Lieutenant Laureano Pino
Crua, aide-de-camp to General
Dia Tamayo, said "some per persons
sons persons ere still loose in the
streets" but said no street fig!
in? baa taken pJe.ee tor ni
No ojpcial list of casualties
had been compiled, he added,
but said the dead numbered
"only a handful." Various arm
ed persons had been captured In
Firemen had been unable to
check a blaze at national police
headquarters and the edifice
burned to the ground. Fighting
craft were in the air on patrol
as a precaution."
Fierce street fighting broke
out between police and civili civilians
ans civilians early, in the second largest
city located in the extreme
southeastern part of the is island.
land. island. The battle started at 5:40 a.m.
and the Army said the situation
wa "in control." However, "skir "skirmishes"
mishes" "skirmishes" were reported continu
ing more than three hours 'aft
er the initial outbreak.
Troop reinforcements were re reported
ported reported rushed from Holguln, 65
mnes northwest of Santiago, to
reinforce various coastar points
this morning. These points pre presumably
sumably presumably included Santiago, a
city of almost 120,000 persons in
AH police were mobilized In
Havana, and police guards were
stationed at the city s radio sta stations
tions stations at dawn, but there were no
signs of a general military alert
at the Army or Air Force garri garrisons
sons garrisons in and around the city.
-'sB B m fl ml K :' tk.
THE PROPER METHOD of applying a splint on a thigh facture is demonstrated by members
of the Corozal Hospital First Aid class under the supervision of Frank J. Bartlett, of the
Pedro' Miguel Fire Station. Bartlett assisted In the instruction of a series of First Aid Classes
which were completed at Corozal this week.
of a continuing series con
United States armed forces as
In particular, Eladio Castillo Mo
reno of Mata Sota Street, Chorrillo,
Panama City, was cited for the
services he rendered in reporting
to proper u. t. military authon
ties the suspicious activities of
two men who were U. S. military
personnel engaged in the exercise.
The letter, signed by Rear Adm
C. L. C. Atkeson, Commandant
15th Naval District, emphasized
the point that the operation of the
defense forces assigned to the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Zone can be assisted
by the wholehearted cooperation of
citizens of Panama, such as Castillo.
Operation Christmas Rolling On;
Collection For 2 Parties Slated
Next Saturday. Dec. 8. has
been designated as pick-up day
for contributions to the Aif
Force's Operation Christmas -t-1956.
The Breeze, the Air Force's
here, reported that
manned by Boy Scootei
will begin pick-up tours at 8 a..
oh Albrbok Donors are asked to
leave contributions in paper Bags
or boxes, and to leave them on
the sidewalk or on the drive-in
front of their carports. A Boy
Scout will contact an occupant
at each set of quarters, making
sure no donations have been
Air Force personnel llvinsr off
base are asked to .bring their
gifts to the first floor of Bar Barracks
racks Barracks 810 (being used now by
the 26th Air Rescue Squad and
1st Air Rescue Squad), also on
Operation Ghrlptmas this year
will present two part'es, one in
David on Dec. 8 for the Medslla
Mllagrosa Orphanage, the chil-
Open Own Office
Attorneys Woodrow de Castro
and David Robles announced
today that they have withdrawn
from the Panama law firm of
Van Slclen, Ramirez and De
The two have formed the law
firm of De Castro and Robles.
They have taken office space at
Tivoli Avenue, above the Sears,
rtti farewell TO EGYPT
which will carry them from Egypt. The soldiers are members of the Royal West Kent Real
ment and were the first troops to be withdrawn from the Suez Canal zone, as United Na
tions forces moved in.
dren's ward of the San Jose de
Obaldia Hospital and the Pana Panama
ma Panama Red Cross Guarderia Infan Infan-til
til Infan-til (Day Nursery); and on Dec
19 at Albrook for the underpriv
include boys and arris elothirt
from ages one through 20; par
ticularly T-shirts, blue leans,
dresses, underwear and shoes;
bedding of all types including
cribs and, mattreases; toys, chil
dren books and canned foods.
If This's Minor
ship, the Stranger, which dronpr-d
in from the Pacific this week is
sailing today for its home port of
San Diego, Calif.
Of the 22 officers and crew a a-board
board a-board the 143-ton craft, almost all
are professors at the University
of California. A few are under undergraduates.
graduates. undergraduates. The Stranger has been studying
egea cnuaren carea lor Dy u.t date-possibly Christmas -radllveaU to Mai. Gen. E.
r w '. i nlh Pi..Vi f rtrnAv aVrsrv Htt(wf ft'lHn i fVAU In PfllrA
ocean currents and other natural j Zone, last minute Egyptian ob ob-phenomena
phenomena ob-phenomena off the Pacific Coast; lections today halted the United
of South America. Nations Emergency Force march
Bottle-throwing, as a means of into No Man's Land,
determining the flow of currents,! Just as blue-helmeted Danish
is one of the minor activities a- infantry units of the new UN
board the lab ship which put in military force prepared to take
here for supplies and minor re- over front line positions on both
pairs I sides of the ceasefire line the E-
Andrews & Company are her a- eyptian commander Informed a
Jubilant British trooDs wave
To Quit Suez
LONDON, Nov. 30 (UP) Brit-,
ain today wa believed seeking
what price Smain and, more
especially, France may ask the
United, liattons for semng a
French foreign minister Chris
tian Pineau was flying here for
what was considered a final con
sultation on a joint withdrawal
decision, which British foreign
secretary Selwyn Lloyd said he
would report Monday..
Best-informed opinion in di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic circles here was that
Britain definitely has decided
Anglfi-French forces should be
withdrawn, with or without
concrete guarantees on such
occupation issues as clearing
of the Suez Canal or negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with Egypt over the wa waterway's
terway's waterway's future.
France, however, was believed
more insistent on the UN fur
nishing those guarantees before
Anglo French troops leave
Meanwhile in the Sura Canal
UN liaison officer that he would
frimch annrnval nf an pan v r,SU8- The UN Officer n ared
BUI 11 was Sim jar irrnn wvwr mi nun iu mux uy uic
Its Graduation Day for 75;
1st Aiders Get Certificates
A class of 75 First Aid trainees. 1 Anita Barnett, Alfred Bushell,
including 21 members of the Red Asenath Dolly, Nellis Donalds, E E-Cross
Cross E-Cross Gray Ladu-s. "o '"'.ed an va Fergus, Doris Green, Amy
intensive three-week First Aid
train'ng cn-rse this week at Coro-ey, Lillian Mairs, Cynthia Mor Mor-zal
zal Mor-zal Hospital. ris, Doris Martin, Inez McLean,
! Myrtle Pond;
Graduation certficates will he Margarita Robinson, Josephine
presented next week by both the Solcy, Catherine Smith, Harold
Canal Zone Civil Defence Unit and
the American Red Cross during
graduation exercises to be held at
the Corozal Movie Hall.
With the excte'.ion
10 took the
Ladies, all those who
course wre ennleyes e Cr
zal Hospital. They included out
nurse and S3 attendant, both
men and women.
The classes were held twice
each week from 1 to 3 o'clock in
the afternoon and from 7 to 9 o' y. ". S. Chambers, Arrbond Con Con-clock
clock Con-clock each niefht with aoDroxi- nollv. Mathurine Cummines. A.
mately half of the employes taking
the afternoon ciass and the Gray
Lad'es and ttr 'er emnloyes aHEva :
tending the night sessions. J Renea Granies, Alfred Gordon,
The clat -ii we-e ccid 'cted bv IFernando Gutierrez. Isn'ael Hen
Ralph L. Edwards, of the Bal
boa Fire Station, who was as assisted
sisted assisted by P. J. Bartlet,, of the
Pedro Miguel Station.
Although the course was held un
der the auspices of the American
Red Cross, those who took the garre, Marety Palacios;
t -'ng will b- accl e,n the Ca- Alberto Petit, Vivian Pinto,
nal Zone Civil Defense register and Jones Pomare, John Powell, Enri Enri-w;'l
w;'l Enri-w;'l be ca 'e l uion 'o act in the one Richard, Samuel Rich-rds,
capacity of First Aid assitants in j Margarita Robinson, Cynthia Sebe Sebe-time
time Sebe-time oie mergency. ranis, Nancy Shaw, Roy Simmons,
Gray Ladies and Men who took'Joseph Thomas, Garfield Turner,
the standard course are: Frank West, and Frederick White.
as thev head for a trooDshin
need to have some more details
worked out. i
pn the highest Egyptian level.
No Bail Yet for Six Teen-Agers
Accused in Bierd Mug-Robbery
Up to noon today ball had not
been posted for any of the six
teen-agers bound over in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Wednesday for trial In the
night time robbery of Arthur
Miller near the Camp Bierd
Commissary. Bail for each is
Miller, who was robbed of $25.
is 64 years of age and somewhat
feeble. He is of west Indian ori origin.
gin. origin. Of the six young defendants,
four are residents of the Canal
Zone, two live in Colon.
When ttie hearing for the
six opened In Cristobal Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court Wednesday, the
courtroom was so packed w'th
spectators taht Judge E.l.P.
Tatelman directed that only
those who could find seats
would be permitted to remain.
Canal Zone police were called
to clear the court of standees
and the corridors outside of
T.amben. Rtibe-t Lowe, Iris Mose-
Spencer, Sescelie r-v or, Evelyn
Wason, and Violet Witter.
The following Coroial Hospital
attendant alto enrolled in tho
standard course: A"l;a Smi i,
Alfred lonph, W. Anderson,
Phra A. Af'iby, Inez Barker, A
ther Barrett, E manual Batten,
Eugrnid Baauvillie. J m t
Brathwaite, Walter Brown;
Dorothy Bushell, Ealhon Bruce.
Ephraim Campbell, Fitebeat Car
: ues ill??., Mabel Ed
wards, Vernon Edwards, Adelphus
ry, Samuel Hoyte, Aorge Kelly, Lu Lucia
cia Lucia Laremont, Violet Leuie, G. Lo Lo-redo,
redo, Lo-redo, Henry Langley, Kennett
Minnot, Edith Morales, Jeus Mo
reno, wiinam nyre, wiuwgion
Myles. Marie McNefl, Samuel O
LONDON, Nov. 30 (UP) Bagdad radio announetf
today that Iraq had proclaimed martial law in four prov provinces
inces provinces to fight subversive activities. Turkey was reported
to have warned Britain that Iraq may resort to force to
prevent Syria becoming a Soviet satellite.
The threat of a new Middle East flareup over Oam
munist-infiltrated Syria brought crisis talks in London by
France, Britain and Turkey and a barrage of veiled threats
against the West by the Soviet Union.
Moscow radio accused western "imperialists" of plot plotting
ting plotting armed "intervention" in Syria in hopes of strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening the anti-Communist Bagdad pact; Western sources
feared a Syrian attack on neighboring Iraq or Israel.
Bagdad radio, heard in Beirut, Lebanon, said martial
law was declared in the four northern provinces of Mosul,
which borders Syria and Turkey; Erbil, which borders Tur
key and Iran, and Kurkuk
An Iraqi communique Issued
by the military commander said
' advocates of subversive doc doctrines"
trines" doctrines" were 'trying to aromot
dtaWW'Wupper Iraq where
Communist-inspired riots have
been reported for the last sev-
would-be spectators who wanted
;o hang around for a peek into
During the hearing, judge Ta Tatelman
telman Tatelman also warned of the seri seriousness
ousness seriousness of any action tending to
intimidate a government wit witness.
ness. witness. Reportedly, Information had
reached the court that one or
more prosecution witnesses
had been threatened.
Bound over for trial in U.S.
District Court after the hearing
were Antonio Gabriel Dudley
and Alfonso Enrique Wallace,
both 17; also Carlos Murphy
Gomez, Rodolfo McBean, and
Ivan Augustus Anderson, all 18.
All defendants are Panama Panamanians.
nians. Panamanians. Missing Minister
Is Found Dead -Opposite
The body of a Methodist min minister
ister minister who had been missing from
his home since Nov. 9 was found
yesterday in the bushes opposite
Our Lady of Lourdes Church on
the Sabanas highway.
The presence of crows in the
area led to the discovery.
An autopsy performed by cor coroner
oner coroner Dr. Luis casco Diaz estab established
lished established the cause of death as a
The body wag ,ri ntified as
that of Rev. Hernan H. Perez
Avellaneda, 51-year-old Costa
Rlcan, by the dead man's son,
Humberto, who identl fled
some dental work in his fa father's
ther's father's mouth.
The death IS being Investigat
ed by Dlst. Atty. Carlos A. Lopez
!f t Second Superior Tribunal,
To West Berlin
Delaved Bv Reds
BERLIN, Nov. 30 (UP) Soviet
border guards today delayed A A-merican
merican A-merican and British military
train moving from West Rerun
to West Germany. British officials
said that such delays could
considered normal because
"checks of travel documents"
stituted by the Soviets.
and Sulemanya, which border
owwyn Lloyd at lunch that Iraq
might be forced to act. lMlnct
Syria. Turkey, linked to Iraefl
. .... 1 i
wtjr, wuuia nave to sudmb
Turkey is a member of NA.
TO. Thus the web of peril
Perhaps the most ominoue IB
velopment was the sudden So Soviet
viet Soviet barrace aeainst the west.
It flatly accused the West of pre
paiing io intervene in Syria ant
it said the U.S. 6th Fleet in tho
Mediterranean had "provocatiS
The BrHish foreign offlea
meanwhile formally welcomes)
an American statement that if
will "view with the utmosf
gravity" any attack against
the Baghdad pact partners of
Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Tur.
British sources exoresse
Soviet propagandists were
citing Kurdish tribesmen agal
Britain has been alive i
the possibility Russia would
ter Kurdish claims to a vast
rea which overlaps section"
ii an. syna ana iran.
But Western diplomats view viewed
ed viewed Moscow's sudden outburst
of charges In the defense of
Syria as the most dangeronf
symptom of threatening cri-
The charges were the most
rious since the height 0f
uoia war, ana carried
them a chilling prospect of a
new and bigger Middle East war.
Costs Captain Jfi
('apt. Russel M. Brami, gjH
quarters Jungle Warfare Truin-ng
Center at rt rman, is recov recovering
ering recovering in Coco Solo Hospital, and
is not listed on the seriously iQ
list, after suffering injuries Tues-.
rlav afternoon when an artillery
burst simulator grenade exploded
Brami lost his right hand ant)
was wounded in the right thigh
when the grenade exploded while
he was taking part in a training
When Brami pulled the pin on
the grenade in preparation to
throw the simulator, it exploded
instantly. Normally there is aH
eral stconds delay before the si,
ulator explodes after the safety
pin is removed.
Dicky Is Flying
Ex President Ricardo Arias de
parted this morning for wash-
ington. DC, to take over hla
be, new post as Panamanian Arjir
in- Traveling with Mr. Ariaa ,M
'his wife and children. M
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TBI PANAMA AMERICA AN INDKTKNDEKT DAILY ITEWIVAPn
fH MONTH. IH ADVANCE
F SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
HAHMODIO IA. lerrOM
$7 M TIWtT l. O. BOX 14. PANAMA, R. Of P.
TtLFHONt 2-O740 (S LlNsS)
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Pon OFr: I2.17 CENTRAL AvtNUt SETWEIN llffH AND tSTM
FWEISN REMIEWNTATIV. JOSHUA POWIR. INC.
W 343 MADISON AVI. NEW YORK. 117 1 IN T.
' LOCAL ST MAIL
'1.70 t 88
rAl ut YfAA IN ADVANCE IS. 3D t.wv
this n Toy ronuM thi riamrs own column
THE MAIL BOX
aaa a -. l Am -- TWa PaaaMA AMI Hill
mm man n mm wwwn irm ax ....... .. ..
n at MCoirrt gratctully an sssdlso ta wholly ciotil
i if mm ra.lr.kut a a loHci dofl't ks Imestisnt H II OOOSR I
asr hsiran, ars oaairsaaa m ins r.i mnn
rMM)M try to ksso tht tartars limits to oro ssgs
MMtlty 1 lortsr writ art n Ml itricisir csnnaancs.
Irm riwrs(' sum mot rs rpoiDility tot itatomoRti si
Mm M Isnsrt trim raassrs.
WAGES AND UNIONISM
a "TTnlnnlct" mhn ranlUri tn anri rnmm(nt.fd on the At-
!tion oi uaisir labor practices in trie Canal Zone made
traiint SOOOier' is to oe commcnuca uir aus
i.innnint pniiPftiva haroainina is the createst wea-
t strenguti oi workers, but in the canai 4one the Interests
relfare rjf non-cittten employes are Drag cmiceu
The average Local-Rate worker lacks active interest, both
iciai ana moral, in me cnancicu iwi uuivus
this area. This apathy is characterized by his utter lack
ith ih unionism and further intensified by his reluctance
,ying union dues, ine meoiooa tu a iovt uuv w 7j
r. tnionlst, a oasic princime in logic is 10
... . i ... wkl.ln in Danama
rs. Tod lugni automotive mocnnuita wwii
er thev be Panamanians or otherwise, gross more wiu
...u.,,. riKniAmuintiv ihpv pain more than S1.33 per
tsi.bi x 16U equal ai2.84). Remember, also, we alleged
. t At) ontnmntivt in pc h a nir.s emnloved lfi the
rtUtrti out u auuuu v l. i ,.,uii
!Ordnance Maintenance Bhop, oniy "iwo or at ""5 i"us"
MVe reached this ceiling of $1.33 per hour. That rough
four per cent. It -Is therefore obvious that the remaining 66
ittlTheSS'truth is that except for the fistful of LM-16V the
majority earn In the neighborhood of 85 cents to $1,15 per hbur
and may never attain grade LM-16 at th? rat(e things are go go-tag
tag go-tag now Bear in mind, too, that this 1 skilled work. Ohyesj
executive ability is an intangible I concur : Bv,t ar i not ; all
ther skills also intangible? Abstract dualities are Intangibles
butin an occupational sense they can be demonstrated or ap-
... ... Hi. anMAI.H
tt a a HariipatPrt in ine iiroDUSiuuii ui suicauiua
.. .. uniHio thrnnchnii ,.hf world. In the poor
r lahguage this means sharing what you ; have with yow
ler. Within reason, oi course, mus, --"
" --" tairo Tf thev are nroilclent. whs
Citizen jncuilAiiiua m.j r -
R.-". ,v.A raH. T.M.ia. or TJvi-207 US-Rate mechah-
ESi w TfuTther in their louivklenrcategory. Vk't this job
Eui...tiwi tu hiiatarai i rpat.v niovision on equal cm-
aTOmuuaHj a rtmtwdv here.
DlOVment oppuimiui.y is ucniK toB.uwnj
Based on your reasoning, the oppressed and exploited
masses of the world can take consolation lrr the fact that
there's always someone worse off tharU they. It most of man man-kind
kind man-kind endorsed this belief, where would humn progress and
advancement be? Incidentally, pleasrdop't
Sileroald top rate automotive mechanics do not ek granr
flSastures to graze on? That is absurd and besides the point.
Sfr r a- still Shooting Straight
r "2... v
ferries banging Into homtbase, generals and
ig northwara, .ma laoor ieaue m
ire and there and evetywnere, lis a wonu
. a. i a a BJ a la. a a' i a a n 1
.mi. vf thii tnvitrnraT.ir v puiliitr ui i lie iaiia
;m.A in tha Kt.rin nna ran ea the evmenBeS
North American clvlliaf-tion: JkWL.
.kjkr nanta anH n hp ipftni. ramniv-avs-
SHng piles of movie and muscle magazines at the Commie,
i iiiVi .i.vino fVi vnnn armv irame. smuff ffroups
,tv dLsilkim either Panama, or the military, or each other,
so on and on and on. . .
rtunately, the Theater ouua is a nine wei pi m.yu
I- i a. J ...n a, In at- iaOtSlTaa a f Pn;
at knnno hV TP 1 1 1 1 1 ri Ml WdV JUL UCiIUlW a jl ir
n lines, forced rambunctlons and frozen faces, they move
eloser to supplying sometning sn?nuy ini.cueciu-.i vu
... j... ik. pmminiin anHnr fhx hrpr oarlor.
,lso fortunately, enough people appreciate those efforts to
tht Guild going. They vernoi Dean given enougn ujtAua,
though, ("Bus Stop," the current otter ng, is a mcerromy
ile thing; out ior me iove oi hhm, iwi
I wish more things along ine same uuuo. unea we sums
l-in the Zone. I think there are lots of other people here
sttred of the Canal Brand of lntellectualism if it doesn t fool
... aIp,.d If1) I
maroaz m" Two On The Aisle
ilr"ln regard to Gov. Potter's statement that Commy prices are
tolng to go up, I would like to ask when are they going to
iton going up? For at least the past three months every time
I have gone shopping I find one price marked out and a high higher
er higher one marked in its place. Sometimes it is just one cent, but
more likely it Is three to five cents, and even as high as eight
'tCentIf the quality of the service had Improved It wouldn't be
ttoeHtiard to take, but It has grown worse, and the Commies are
'mire crowded besides. .
, Is the Pan Canal determined still to c.'ear the same large
'utaHlt even though so many Commies are closing down?
'WoSdn't it be wiser to keep the employes they have happy,
iitttead of paying the transportation costs for the large turn turnover
over turnover every year. Just look how much the PanCanal could save.
A Reluctant Buyer
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
lSw Orleins Service
aaVrto at unv. rvii n t
Aloe Handlint Rcfrigertetl and Chilled Carye
New York Service
washinoton (NEA1 Dis
closure at long last that members
of 10 U.S. Sencte committees
spent $1M,000 of U.S. government
counterpart tunasw ior wavei
abroad last year putt til finger
nn IIS Treisnrv's tremendous
nnorutinnt in fnspifn currencies.
t or the fiscal year enaea iasi
June 30 they amounted to over a
billion dollars. This is more than
it took to run the whole U.S. gov government
ernment government for a year prior to World
Foreign funds which the U.S
Treasury now acquires are in
more than 50 different currencies
frtm evry important country in
the world, outside' the Iron Cur
tain. Bookkeeping and auditing
alone are pretty involved.
Foreign currencies are collect collected
ed collected and disbursed by more than
100 Stat Department finance of
ficers and by Army, Navy and
Ai Forje finance officers wher wherever
ever wherever there are U.S. armed forces
and military assistance groups sta
Thi) largest single source of for
eign funds tody L from the sale
of U.S. farm surpluses abroad for
money of tne purchasing coun-
t.Hpl Thi appnuntpH far ima.a
... -. ..fcUUI'.VU IV, 1IIU1C
than 660 million dollars' worth of
tne foreign currencies collected by
(U. TT C l.-l
uic u.o. iasi, year.
When ro Mafahall Plan ,nrl
w o iuuiuiinii i ieu eiiiu
subsequent foreign aid programs
c ai irea vnperauun, mey pro-
xucu uie priacipai sources oi ior
ihe deal was that the U.S. gave
aid to foreiffn rnnnlries 'lhau
Dak) for t!ij sirf with th.i.
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money because they didn't have
uiri5 ine ioreian monies co
lected bv the U S war tahn
spent oy the American govern
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vmvi 1VVWVCX HUVt xV-
cunsMucuon projects within the
avxciu IUUI1LUCS. v
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w va., tHIHUHS tUUU-
ferpart funds" that Concress took
a cut of to provide for travel ex-
DPnsPS nf "invoctinof inn ;
. ... v.r. .. ,1, LVMIIIIHL-
tees when they t.-aveleo. abroad.
jau a congressman has to do
JWen he arrives at a foreign cap capital
ital capital ic t A.U 4k. TT O I f
n w aa ui u.o. cmDassy
disbursing officer for local cur
rency io pay for his travel. He
signs a receipt for it, and then ac
counts for hii ni,n a.
. yUtJf LU
Ins committee chairman.
up to the time when Sen. Carl
Hayden (D-Arii) made public first
figures on last year's expenditures
bv SonStA irAMlmitfaiAa ; ka. V.
v" bvimimvcca n ims UCcJl
itnnnssikla fc. a. a. i: ..
iiiipvaQtuie rvu 9i a line on now
much;they m& spending. There
tm nreiJtdown by individuil
ilrmcnuii ,.,k A L.
m which country and what he spent
it for .-.lthough, this is very defi-
iHuciy puouc Business.
Thp TfASMirv'a raal m.nk. l.
how to get rid of these foreign
vuiiciivrcs unce wiey are col collected.
lected. collected. They can't be exchanged
for dollars and there aren't
enough things the U.S. wants to
buy. Congress has however,
passed over 30 laws authorizing
for what purposes foreign funds
can be spent.
These are the 10 principal au authorized
thorized authorized use:
To pay U.S. go-ernment bills
abroad. To purchase eoods ami
ervices in fripnHiv rmmtriaA t
develop new markets for U.S.
products. To promote U.S. trade
fairs. To purchase strategic ma materials
terials materials for .US. st(kpfles. To pur purchase
chase purchase military equipment for
mutual security. To make loans
for economic development. To fi finance
nance finance Fulbrlght grants for student
exchanges. To finance informa informational
tional informational and cultural exchanges: To
llnanrp tranalatifui -..L.11
- ........ .mv,, Auu puullLS-
tion of .US, books abroad, up to
r. iiiaiiiuu uuiidis a year.
None of these expenditures may
, vaa naa UIC-
yiously made direct appropriations
m U.S. dollars to government
agencies operating abroad and for
Whprp cunk Atk. 1
omvii "uunil 1 A L 11711 nas
Deen made the government agen-
mni 1. L.... ii. a
oiiuuijt duj tne ioreign
rurrpnrUc f har ( fA tt c
..hsW vnj nnu nifin u.a.
Treasury paying with the dollars
approp-iatd by Congress.
Last year the Treasury sold 240
million dollars' worth of its for
eign funds to U.S. government
agencies in this manner. But 445
million dollars' wirth nf fnai
Currencies WOl-p rmiiit.innat fr
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government expenditures without
mmoursemem 10 the Treasury.
This left a ha. an. l 4ec : 1 1 :
- .... .......v. 7,7 111 1 1111711
u'ollars' worth of tO foreign cur-
i nicies on nano as oi July 1. This
is an increase from tha ii;:.
i: !liion -dollar balance of 1955.
What this points jd is that when
tie Department of Asriculturp
boasts it has sold so many hun hundred
dred hundred million dollars' worth of U.S.
farm sirplus abroad ,it hasn't
sold them for dollars. It has sold
a large ptrt of them for foreign
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changed exchanged for dollart and can't even
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WASH-NGTON Tht State De Department
partment Department wasn't particularly sore
at Indian envoy Krishna jlenm,
for urging the entry of Red China
into the United Nauo:.s. Toey ex expected
pected expected it. But tiey are sore about
the way "enon has been secretly
undercutting the truce talks with
The sad eyed, savage-tongued
Menon buiit up qauc a inen.up
with Colonel Nasser, especially
r.ng the Suez talks last Septem September,
ber, September, and has been using that
friendship to encourage Nasser's
Busybody Meno began three
years ajo calling on the foreigi
ministers of Europe as the spe special
cial special representative of Prime. Min Minister
ister Minister Nehru. He intruded his ideas
on all sorts of questions whether
they concerned India or not. On
one occasion, the French Quai
D'Orsay found him so time-consuming
that they refused to give
him an appointment with the
French foreign minister. Where Whereupon,
upon, Whereupon, Menon wrote a plaintive
note saying: "It will cause me
great loss of prestige L India if
my request for an interview is
The Indian busybody has now
built up his prestige to the point.
wnere now ne ana tne people of
India take him seriously.
CENSORING CANCER STUDY
For some years doctors have
hesitated to disagree with the
American Medical Association.
self-appointed Supreme Court of
all medical knowledge, which has
done many fine things for medi medicine.
cine. medicine. However, more and -more
doctors are resenting the censor
ship tactics of the AMA, the latest
being Dr. Andrew G-. Ivy, respect
ed University of Illinois cancer
Dr. Ivy is himself a member
of the AMA, is a past president
of the Chicago Institute of Med;
in emphatic agreement with yoa
.Wot iKaM A.: I.. .L...U k
v Mrcic in Liiuu) anuuiu DC a
controlled experiment oa this drug,
and I wonder if Dr. Ivy would do
a piec for our magazine on tht
subject? We would give it really
powerful art work treatment, and
I think it would stimulate tremen tremendous
dous tremendous interest."
Later, editor Taylor write Dr.
Ivy: "We are thrilled indeed to
learn that you have consented to
do an article for the November
issue of the Clubwoman on krebit.
n . I should like to tell you
how much I have admired your
courageous work over the years
and what personal pleasure it
gives me to publish an article v.u v.u-thored
thored v.u-thored by you."
But Mrs. Taylor's own courage
faltered after the AMA moved ta.
She called Miss De Barba in New
York City to report that a "Miss
Palmer" from AMA "just hap happened
pened happened to be here yesterday." This
lady objected to the trebiozen
"Miss Palmer did not give too
V IZ"0??'". tMu"' Ta'lor "id-
BUt Sfrar thai T kiJ n
' a tan irom
Dr Howard at the AMA. He re repeated
peated repeated that the AMA feels that
urebiozen is just not sufficiently
substantiated to go into."
As a result of the AMA pres pressure,
sure, pressure, the November issue of Club Clubwoman
woman Clubwoman was printed without Dr.
This is not the first time in in-dentally,
dentally, in-dentally, that AMA has sup sup-pressed
pressed sup-pressed information about krebi krebi-ozen.
ozen. krebi-ozen. The Newspaper Enterprise
Asso:iatioi sent reporter Wade
Jones to Chicago to do- a series
aIaa krebiMei controversy. An
AMA representative promptly
called on FEA President Fred
Ferguson, and the articleg were
A Chicago medical reporter, who
tried to expose the krhMam
American Medical Association
went out of its way to suppress
publication of his study of krebic
zen for the relief of cancer.
cine and of the American Castro- was pulled T off he mX!? k a'
F.ntPrnW.ffv Anniaftnn v.t th.1 u! .?,.",!,..?" medical beat.
--aj .. .-... .jc aaaeu inis pniiimit nn I.
fin- LI .Ml llini-
tion i his name for fear he would
be fired by his paper.
William Laurence, two-time Pul-
HZer DI-17C-1V nninn .......
Or Tvv harl hiiHa a enl n UVI tnr. U- xt-.. "ucllle Writer
cancer cases treated with krebic- "THe AMA and the NaVu- i i
zen by 250 physicians and clinics searcj, Coundl have d aSd h
throughout the country. He found dishonest about Km? tII
the size of the tumor decreased state of cancer rMih V ki.
in 53 per cent of the cases. the country today is .TaUonai rim
average weight gain was eight But except for a connl miiri
pounds, and in sonie cases, the Stories, his writings on klll.n
tumor disappeared and the pa-have not been published in tS
tients now appear to be cured. Times. i m
Dr. Ivy's research, however, Benedict Fitzgeraltk who inv.at
wasn't approved by the AMAV Wit-1 igated the fchiS!? I".-i"V"
nesses before an Illinois legislator the Senate Commtmo r!i
ture heariltjsuggested tl4 power-tiaitte, reported: "rfft oro!
lound conviction that this ;sub ;sub-stancc,
stancc, ;sub-stancc, kreblozen, is one of the
fffi ?W"8 rials yet iso isolated
lated isolated for thf management of can cancer
cer cancer . Behind and over all this
is the weirdest conglomeration of
corrupt motives, Intrigue, seilish seilish-ness,
ness, seilish-ness, obstruction, and conspiracy
that I have ever seen."
UNDER THE DOME
Correction This column was in
error when it reported that the
-uuKiessiunai vuanerrjr round
Eisenhower got better support
from Democrats than Republicans.
Congressional Quarterly found Re Republicans
publicans Republicans gaye Ike 24 per cent
more legislative support on the
basis of 99 rollcall votes in 1956.
In 1955, Republicans were not
quite so faithful. They voted for
him 63 per cent that year, while
the Democrats voted for him 54
per cent. In 1956, an election year,
the Democrats were more anti anti-Ike,
Ike, anti-Ike, the Republicans more pro pro-Ike
Ike pro-Ike .. . Assistant Secretary of
State Herbert Prochnow has sold
a series of articles on foreign eco economic
nomic economic policy to the' Atlantic Month Monthly.
ly. Monthly. He ordered his staff to write
the articles. Their salaries are
paid by the taxpayers . Presi President
dent President Eisenhower brought moral
pressure on Washington movies and
restaurants to admit Negroes. He's
now being asked to persuade the
Wsshinatnn Ttnarrl nf Traria tn ai.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. Nov. 30 cept Negro members . Demo Demo-(UP)
(UP) Demo-(UP) Kern County authorities cratic Chairman Paul Butler is
prepared today to prosecute an' gore at Adlai Stevenson's staff for
Air Force sergeant, his wife andl bynassin? him durlne the cam cam-their
their cam-their 20-year-old daughter on paign. He was strictly a figure figure-charges
charges figure-charges of murdering tnree babies head, with the real campaign boss
born illegitimately to the girl. Jim Finnegan of Philadelphia.
Murder charges were filed Now Butler is eager to prove that
against Sgt. Jack Ubel, 43; his j he can run the Democratic com com-wife,
wife, com-wife, Virginia, 40; and their mittee . Pittsburgh's Mayor
daughter, Maryls. All three are Dave LaWrence urged Finnegan to
being held in St. Paul, Minn. challenge Butler for the chairman-
Ubel signed a statement in St. ship, but Finnegan said he didn't
Paul, In which he admitted aban- vvanf t As a result Butler will
doning one babv on a diimo near coritlnue as chairman . Presi Presi-Tehachapi,
Tehachapi, Presi-Tehachapi, Calif., in 1952, and dent Eisenhower asked lame-duck
burying the other two. However. Congressman Deey Short of Mis Mis-he,
he, Mis-he, his wife and daughter claimedl sourj to Sav behind after he
all the babies were born. dead. I -nneressional leaders met at the
He told Minnesota police he white House .When thev were alone
ful AMA officials recognized the
value of krebiozen and sought to
gain cqmmericial control of it by
denouneini the drug as worthless
and forcing its backers to. sell out.
In any case, the AMA has done
all in its power to suppress fa
vorable publicity about krebiozen.
Latest example waj the article
Dr. Ivy Wrote for the Clubwoman,
magazine of the General Federa Federation
tion Federation of Women's Clubs with its
15,600 affiliated women's groups.
The federated ladies canceled the
article after pressure from the
Mary McGinn Taylor, Clubwom Clubwoman's
an's Clubwoman's edito: originally wrote to De-vin-Adair,
which has published a
book by Dr. Ivy.
"I came to know Dr. Ivy, and it
was at that period he brought
forth his findings on krebiozen,"
she wrote. "I recall the whole
story very clearly. I'm afraid it
parallels the experience of many
of our great scientists ... I am
In Bestial Mess
"might" have been the father of
two of the children as the result
nf an incestuous rclittionship with
his daughter. The daughter said
the first child's father was a serviceman.
Ike promised to find a job fof
Short in the Defense Department.
Dewey is popular with both Demo Democrats
crats Democrats and Repub'icins. If Ike
doesn't find him a job, -the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats probably win.
PARIS, Nov. 30 (UP) British
artist Ben Nicholson's "August
1956 ih the Val D'Oreia" tndav
was awarded the $10,000 prize of
the So'nmon Gi""enhem fo'irida fo'irida-tion
tion fo'irida-tion of New York for the best con-to'-nnorarv
pontine in the word.
Nicholson's abstract view of the
Itp"an Val D'Orcia was se'ec'ed
from among 90 paintings by ar artist
tist artist of 25 countries.
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The unsound no-trump contract
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In essential play.
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Thereupon Mrs. Wagar carefully
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This second unblock permitted
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nbne Dec 1". Mr. FTbr Hll
join her in England at a later
date. He is with th? A"-r,'i,aB
Cable Company in the Canal Zone.
No ipvitatiopi ''ve hen sent fpr
the wedding of Miss Barbara Y Y-vonn''
vonn'' Y-vonn'' T'irist to T.eHe Wv'tt Jr.,
but all friends of both families are
invited to the weddi" which wi'f
take place at Gatun Union Church
Saturday at 4 o.m.
Miss Thrift is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thrift of Los
Rios. Her fiance is the son of Mr.
and Mrs L. W. croit Sr. of Gat Gatun.
un. Gatun. Rev. R. Bleakly will officiate at
Out Like a Lion,
Down by a Dog,
Back by a Trick
ATT .A NT A Nfiv. an (tn A
sheepish lion caused considerable
excitement among railroad offi officials
cials officials at Atlanta's Union Station,
nm tne uon jusi took it m sm
Th linn hrnke thfailsrh the ton
of a half-rotted wooden crate, but
apparently all lie wanted to do
was have more room to lie down.i
While railroad officials, police and
peck-stretching bystanders rhil'ed1
around excitedly the Hon curled
uo beside, a crate centaihling a
bird dog. The dog didn't get
It took the officials and police
more than two hours to ftgnW out'
Gets First Okcy
BONN, fJoy- 36 (UP : The
French -German treaty restoring
the rich Saar region to Germany
passed itafirnt' resjding in. West
Germaay's kaver hpuse of Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament without an opposing vote to today.
day. today. The treaty becomes effective
hew to get the Uon back into his
ciep htit they finally managed
with the aid of raw liver and
several blank cartridges.
The lion was shipped from the
Fort Weare Game Park, Pigeon
Park, Tenn., to the Dave Hoover
r'himn Farm. Fort Lauderdale,
Fla. The consignment tag valued
the listless lion at $100.
Mr. And Mrs. Gray
Of Son Adrian
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian G. Gr
announcfe the birth of their first
child, a son, Nov. 12 at San Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Clinic. The bay has been
named Adrian -Christopher.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred 0. Wolgastiof
Yonkers N.Y. Paternal grandpar grandparents
ents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter R.
Gray of Niland, Calif.
To Morgan's Garden
Those students of the Flower Ar Arrangement
rangement Arrangement Class of the Balboa
YMCA-USO who were unable to
visit the gardens previously will be
welcome on Sunday, at 10 a.m.,
when Mrs. Morgan, assisted by
Mrs. Louise Morris, will conduct
groups on a tour of the gardens
weather permitting. Cars should
be parked in space provided at
entrance to gardens.
The Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow
Memorial Post 387fi, V.F.W, is
having a get together dance Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the Post Home in Old Cris
tobal. Dancing will be to the mu
sic of Gua Trym's orchestra from
9 to 12. Admission is free and the
public is cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
11 Nep Students
Absent From Classes
At Clinton High
CLINTON, Tenn. Nov. 30 (UP) (UP)-AU
AU (UP)-AU 11 Negro students at Clinton
High School, some of whom were
victims of egg and stone throwing
were absent from classes today.
Principal D. J. Brittain Jr. was
tied un in conference and was not
available for comment, the school
office reported. It was not imme immediately
diately immediately know if the Negro students
had decided to withdraw from
Two Negro boys left school
Tuesday after telling Brittain they
were "t'red of helns molested" in
what officials called a "vicious"
campaign to oust colored children
from the previously all white1
Brittain asked police protection
for the Neqrpes after two white
boys hurled eggs at Negro girl
students. The ftegrees also com complained
plained complained they were cursed by white
boys in tlw school library.
Today was the first time every
Negro student had stayed away.
During bitter crowd demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations three months ago that had
to be quelled by National Guards Guardsmen,
men, Guardsmen, most of the Negro children
came to classes.
Twelve Negro students were ad admitted
mitted admitted to the school Aug. 27 under
a U. S. district court in cgration
order. They previously had at attended
tended attended a Negro high school at
Knoxvllle, 20 miles away.
A permanent federal inhmction
prohibits interference with Ne Negroes
groes Negroes attending the school. U. S.
Dist. Atty. John C. Crawford,
However, told urittam he was re responsible
sponsible responsible for disciplinary prob
lems at the school.
If a laay livar causes you to aufttr
from Indlgattlon, gaa, haartburn, eon eon-ntlpatlon,
ntlpatlon, eon-ntlpatlon, headaches, had breath, du dullness,
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11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m: itv the
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Enjoy our popular breakfast
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Music by Luetic Azcarraga at the
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 39, 1956
IB PANAMA AMERICAN AN OTDEPENIMENT DAILY NEWSPAP1B
Sociat and Otk
Farawafl Party Plarmad
Per Mr. AM Mrs. Oramlich
Friend of Mr. and Mrs. Grego Gregory
ry Gregory Grimlich are planning to hold a
no-host farewell party at Gamboa
Golf dob in honor of the couple
who will be tearing the Isthmus
The party which will include a
G (For Gal) It's
Here To Star,
Part 01 Service
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (UP) -Col.
Mary L. Milligan, new direc director
tor director of the Women's Army Corps,
old today that servicewomen are
now accepted "as a necessary
mart" of the armed forces.
Looking back on her 14 year
career in uniform, she said tha
hat has interested her most is
& fact that eirls in the armed
services are "no longer looked at
askance" by tneir mate cot
AitnnV h rid aervieewom
en are "no different" from civil civilian
ian civilian working girls. She said they
may develop certain habits, like
strict military neatness, to a
"greater degree" than their civil civilian
ian civilian counterparts, but there are no
Tha Arm vestorriav named CoT.
Milligan 'to head its corps of 9,000
women soKueri. one succeeus v.
Mi n ftillnwav whn has been
director' of the WAC for the past
The new WAC chief, a trim and
attractive blue-eyed, worn an of 45,
received her commission in the
WAr.'c first officers' graduation
class in 1942. She will leave a post
who tne uonunemai Army v,om v,om-mand
mand v,om-mand at Ft. Monroe, Va., to take
over her new duties.
steak dinner and drinks will be
held at the Gamboa Golf Club.
Tickets are $2.75 per person and
can be obtained from the Golf
Club or from Mr. Vincent Diava.
For Pacific Navy Wives
The Pacific Navy wives Club
will' install new Officers at a din
ner to be held at the N.C.O. Club
at Fort Amador on Monday, at 7
p.m. Tne Club is honored to have
chaplain John C. Hollingsworth in
stall the new president, Mrs. Ma
ry Gallagher, vice-president, Mrs.
Gloria Weliiver, recording secreta
ry, Mrs. Kay Rimmer, treasurer,
Mrs. Dorothy Drew, and parua
mentarian, Mrs. Marge Woodburn
Delicious steak dinners have
been ordered for all members at
tending and their husbands.
CV-ndu Women? Club
'j.e Curundu Women's Club held
their social meeting on Wednesday
morning at the. new Curundu Com
Coffee was served by the host
esses for the morning, Mrs. Lor
raine Zent and Mrs. Melida A.
Other members present were:
Tit Rpnsnn .Tn Thprpll Rettv
Sheffield. Gloria Brown. Maria
Locke, Anne snappara, rnuiis
Stwood, Loraine Zent, Melida A.
Bembenek. Liana Diaz Granados.
Mary Robertson, Miriam Simms,
Annabeue Leap, Naomi t rangioni,
Thelma Valentine, Connie Reich Reich-art
art Reich-art and' Eva Stephen. Guests pres present
ent present were Mrs. Lia Mints and Mrs.
The next meeting will be the
Business Meeting Dec. 5. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend to discuss
the Annual Christmas Luncheon.
eteck sOt$C a(H Oe tBal
rypa-wrtttta form and auHae" to eat
of tha box numban lifted daily hi
"Social and Orharwiaa," or dolivor-
td by hand to tha eHiea. Noticaa of
bo accaptad by
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
H0 Pari Install Caffaa
There will be a luncheon meet-
me nf the Sorontimists Club at
Hotel 1 Panama tomorrow ai u.
Sports Car Club
Members of the Isthmian sports
Par r.ltih will hold a business
meeting at the Margarita Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse tonight at 7 p.m.
Tha constitution nf tha newlv-
formed Club will be amended and
ratified. AH snorts car enthusiasts
are invited to attend.
Tea And Meeting
Will be Hald Monday
The December tea and business
meeting of the Canal Zone College
Club will be held at 3:30 p.m.,
Monday, at the JWB-USO, La Bo Boca
ca Boca Road, Balboa.
rw Wonnnth W Vinton, who Is
professor of science at the Canal
Zone Junior College, and who -has
explored the jungles of Panama
and surrounding countries, wu: re review
view review his book, "The Jungle Whispers."
In Court Contempt
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A former Philadelphia teacher
mae AAnwir foH nf nnnt.emnt of Con-
gross today for refusmg to teU the
House commiwee on un-Annm-aii
Aotivit.ips whether she had ever
beer aV Communist.
Mrs. Goldle Watson, 46, wis
fined $1,000 and given a three three-month
month three-month suspended jail term. Fed Federal
eral Federal Judge H:nry A. Schweinhaut
iinuwd Mrs Watson to remain
free on bond pending an appeal.
Mrs. Vinson, a Negro, was
fired from her teaching job follow following
ing following her appearance before the
committee in 195 She Invoked
the First Amendment in refusing
to tell investigators- whether he
had ever been a Communist,
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Hear the Bible answers to the confused
Dr. GAVIN HAMILTON
DECEMBER 2 9 NIGHTLY 7:30
RUSSIA in the Bible.
EGYPT and the Communists.
ASIA Why Victory Eludes Us.
JERUSALEM and her future.
First Baptist Church
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FRIDAY, NOVESfBER ft W
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JA Bingo Party was herd at Gor-
ds Hospital last Monday nignt
fir the patients in wards 12 and 14
the Pacific r.avy Wives Club.
ires of cigarettes, razor blades,
bd nail clippers, and combs were
awarded the following winners,
Pfe. Vincent Capone. Sgt. Mike
Kinderski, Charles Durham. Spc
3 James Caldwell, Pfc. Charles A
Mclgor. Sn. Albert Studor, Spc. t
Paul Vest, and Pfc. Ken Wentz,
Spc.l W. E. CarsweH. Lemonade
and cupcakes were served by Mrs.
Rita Martin, Mrs. Norma Bow Bowman,
man, Bowman, and Mrs. Betty Ott.
To Kiss Or Hot; aEjaa.
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In conformity with Article 13 of the Articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, and by decision of the Board of Directors,
shareholders of SPECIAL ORDINARY STOCK, of the
PANAMA BANK A TRUST COMPANY, INC. (Banco
Ftduciario de Panama, S. A.) duty registered in the
books of the Company, are hereby summoned to at at-tend
tend at-tend an EXTRAORDINARY ASSEMBLY of stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders which will be held at the Company's offices, si situated
tuated situated at No. T-2-30 of "I" Street, Panama City, at
3 p.m. on December fourteenth, 1956, in order to
consider an amendment of Articles V and VI of the
Articles of Incorporation.
Panama, November 28th, 1956.
PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, INC.
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MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. -(UP)
Male students at Mar Marquette
quette Marquette University rose up in ind'? ind'?-nation
nation ind'?-nation today over a "no goodnight
kiss" ru'e imposed on coeds by
"What do they want us to do,
become a bunch of angels?" one
boy demanded after readin? about
the rule in the student newspaper,
the Marquette Tribune.
The paper, in its lead story
Wednesday, said Mrs. Madtl Mc Mc-Elligott,
Elligott, Mc-Elligott, university dean of wom women,
en, women, had ordered a crackdown on
girls "who kiss goodnight in front
of dormitories" m women. The
rule prohibits a "public display of
affection" outsirie any. of t h ej
school's 10 women's rtsldence
Mrs. McEHigott told the student
newspaper the crackdown was a
periodic reminder of the nil that
coeds caught kissing would be
"campused" restricted to the
campus for one week end.
In general, male students were
disgusted. One asked "what's the
difference in front of the dorm
or down on the corner?"
But one sided with school offi officials.
cials. officials. "The girls have been getting
out of hand lately,'' he said.
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4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite, re requests
quests requests taken by phone
I. s -soNews
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary.
tary. Commentary. 6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Been
6: 30 Top Tunes of the Week
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
S:30-Short Story Theater
a-novou Asked For It (re
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off. 1
Tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 1
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jaa Salon
t: 15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Bon jour Mesdamei
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
11:05 Spins And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2 :30--Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
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PROMOTIONS In the office of Col. Frank D. Miller, commanding officer of the 20th Infantry Regiment, Fort KOtobe, fite
men recelyed promotions to Master Sergeant, earlier this weei. Only five promotions to Master Sergeant were given out
by the Army here in November all of which went to the 20th Infantry at Fort Kobbe. The men that received; promotions
are left to right, Ramon M. Esquivel, Robert W. Vierra, Karl A. Wachter, Lige W. Follom and shaking hands with CoL
Miller, Ralph O. Sonnenshcein. (U.S. Army Photo)
Docs Know What Men Always Knew: Gals Susceptible To Mental Quirks
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (UP) (UP)-Vomeii
Vomeii (UP)-Vomeii are moie susceptiiXe ti
men'.al disease tba. men, a medi
cal consultant to the Nations
Association of Ment. 1 Health re
The consultant, Dr. George S
Stevenson, told the association
sixth annual conventjpn that th ;
higher incidence of mental wrack-!
ups among women has persisted)
for at least 40 years and is evidei.fc
even after adjustment of statistic ?j
for thf larger number of females;
in the nation's population.
This was only Oi.e finding of a!
40-year study cot ducted by Dr
Benjamin Malzberg in the NeV
York State mental hospital sys system.
tem. system. I
Stevenson also reported that
invo'utional psychosis a menUl
ailment more often associated
with women diring "change of,
life," is showing a steady increase
and has made middle age aj
danger time once more for mental)
illness. Middle age had been rel
atively free of the ravages of any
one major ailment of the mind.
Symptoms of involutional psy psychosis
chosis psychosis are extreme depression and
agitation and very often hostility
and suspicion as well as delusions
of persecution. Its victims are
mostly in the 48 0 58 age group.
Early adult life und old age,
however, still are the two mosi
vulnerable periods for the on-,
slaught of mental disease, Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson said.
Schizophrenia, which has its
greatest incidence between the
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6:15BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
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8:30 Manhattan Melodies
:45 Do It Yourself
7:30 VOA Report from US,
8:00-saturday Night Dancing
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00-Your hit Pafade
9:30 Ray '1 A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El pan-
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10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through throughout
out throughout program)
1:00 a m. Sunday Sign Off.
nii-run motorist clipped on a wa wa-er
er wa-er hydrant with such force that
an underground pipe broke and
the city was' without water for
'Graf Spee' Makes
MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay, Nov.
26 (UP) Germany's wartime
commerce raider the battle battle-cruiser
cruiser battle-cruiser Graf -Spee made another
capture last night, when .the
fishing vessel "El Progresb" col collided
lided collided with the sunken conning
tower about three or four feet
below the muddy waters of the
She has been living there
since the Nazis blew her up aft
er the battle of Punta del Este
Skipper Salvador Dominguez.
40 Spaniard, and a crew of 12
fishermen were returning with
two tons of corvlna late last
night. The watch below was a a-wakened
wakened a-wakened by a sudden crash and
water comma; into their bunks.
"El Progreso" remained caught
bv the twisted wreckage of the
Graf Spee's conning tower and
did not sink despite the fact the
river is forty feet deep there.
Other fishing boats took off the
ages of 20 and 35, and cerebral
arteriosclerosis and Senile psy
chosis both of which claim most
of thir victims after w have
emerged as the ''big three" of
all -nental cripplers, the survey
Account For M rsr Cent
These diseases together account,
for more than 60 per cent of the
250,000 new cases admitted each
year to mental hospitals and for
about 70 per cent of all the
750,000 patients who are in men-!
tal hospitals today, Stevenson
Cerebral arteriosclerosis in-'
volves hardening of the arteries
of the brain. Senile psychosis is1
the mental illness Resulting from
the ravages of old age. The sump sump-toms
toms sump-toms are similar: Confusion, de delusion,
lusion, delusion, hostil't' 'oss of con
trol m personal habits. I
A person suffei om schizo schizophrenia
phrenia schizophrenia ha a shattered personal personality.
ity. personality. Th victim; loses touch with
the world, has delusions and
h. llucinations, and lacks interest
in everything. ...
While the middle life ailment
of involutional psychosjs is on the
increase, anothei mental disease
of early middle age 35 to 50 tia
on the decline. K is manic manic-depressive
depressive manic-depressive psychosis in which
vic'ms alternate between ex extreme
treme extreme moods of' agitation and
depression. This ailment now ac
counts for only about wee per
cent of new mental hospital cases,
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FRIDAT. NOVEMBER SI. 5
THE 8PMPAT AMEKICAW.
In Church Hal!
Graduation exercises of the
195 Porct beautyr culture class
day were' at the parish hall of
o. t..J B;.i.f. t. t. aoll
Church if ParQde Lef erre.
Following the entrance of
Mai(iiataa a -iiMirT nr. Ml mA
ented with C. C Moulton as
master of ceremonies. Organist
Mrs. Bona auijram auppueu we
Solos frere rendered by Mrs.
Henrietta Ottway and Mrs. Flo Flo-sis
sis Flo-sis Rhef; Mrs. Dorothy Gerald
. ad d r seB the graduates;
Mrs. Mildred Alladice, well well-Known
Known well-Known Colon beautician, was
inmmin(it nf hilinvlM and
also ardd. certificates: little
oyniniifAEcftfr tnnuetl the au audience
dience audience .with a piano selection;
expression of gratitude was giv given
en given by Mrs. Hulda King in behalf
of her self and the graduating
Mrs, Lillian Dudley, director
Sthi group advised the grad grad-teraboft
teraboft grad-teraboft Keeping up with the
trend of the times, the changing
of hair styles and hair coloring,
the uses of cosmetics, etc., to
gain success m me beauty Held.
Certificates were awarded to
Lillian Burgess. Laura Jonas,
Hulda King, Henrietta Ottway,
Florls Rhea and Miss Dorothy
8 argent. Models were: Annette
Burgess, Elvira Jemmott, Hilda
Jonas, Graciela Bayers, Mrs.
Irene Sayers, Jean Anderson,
Violet Brown, Gloria Alvaranga,
Marva Thorne, Dona Davis and
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To Lessen Women's
Dislike For Cigars
TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 30 (Up)
The cigar industry is out to break
flOWn IB Amorloan urn.,.-'-
i ...... numau s ir.
ditional objection to stogies by con convincing
vincing convincing her that perfectos are a
way to marital bliss.
, The campaign is part of the in industry's
dustry's industry's all-out effort to increase
u numoer or cigars smoked in
toe nation, estimated at 6,300,000, 6,300,000,-000
000 6,300,000,-000 this year.
iLEuen Raymond, director of
..f?Kga !S?0tu of America,
aid that although tome 20 mil million
lion million American men smoke cigars,
about 5 million consume an esti estimated
mated estimated 86 per cent of them.
'This great potential of IS mil million
lion million cigar smokers lias hardly
been touched. These men are av averaging
eraging averaging only' one cigar a week."
But to increase the number of
mokeri, th- industry figures it
must first overcome the objection
As a weekteng celebration of the
ivmi anniversary or rampa",eigar,
industry began, Raymond kicked
off the campaign with this advice
w me nation s wives :
First of all, don't go throwing
barbs at the male ego by invad invading
ing invading hubby's humidor and taking
up cigar smoking yourself. It's a
"man's privilege and no man likes
to find his wife curled up with a
Instead, the. wily spouse will
make the most of her mate's van vanity
ity vanity by using it to her own ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. "If your husband starts to beat
you, shove a cigar in his mouth,"
said Raymond. "If you are spring springing'
ing' springing' a surprise like a new hat or a
missing fender, give your husband
a cigar." :
He explained that smoking a ci cigar
gar cigar a relaxed performance"
which calms a man and, what's
more, requires a good deal of his
attention for at least 30 minutes.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) Two
small children took advantage of
sightseers in front of the Ijlvis
Presley home here to setup a lem lemonade
onade lemonade stand. Their sign read
"Welcome Presley admirers."
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he cuts lumber for a dormitory in which to house the huge brood at Bowmanville, Ontario,
Canada. Five are children of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Whyte, who have taken in the other 62, all
from- broken homes, because "we Just can't say no" to needy children. Mrs. Whyte will take
her outsize family to New York City where she'll make a TV appeal for funds to supplement
income of her factory-worker husband.
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leven Employes With Long Service Records
Retire From PanCanal Organization Today
Dnly Commnist Program Will Be
Tolerated In Poland By Gomulka
Today mark the end of long
service records for seven em employes
ployes employes in tfce Canal organiza organiza-naon.
naon. organiza-naon. Retirement certificates
m personally presented to
tnose leaving the service by
Those retiring their positions,
and length of their Canal serv-
John J. Crawford, plumber,
Maintenance Division; 21 years,
' five months, and 29 davs.
George D. Cockle, supervisory
commissary supply officer; 32
years, nine months and 14 days.
Clarenoe L. Folles, supervisory
storage officer, Division of Store-
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1 27 days.
rant Henrv P. Kllcorse. tow-
boat master, Ferry service; 18
years, five months and 29 days.
Sapt. Howartn v. Rowe, pnoi,
Navigation Division; 29 years,
one month and 27 days.
Raymond A. Taylor, distribu distribution
tion distribution and window clerk, Diablo
Post Office; five years, eight
months and 25 days.
Mrs. Anna D. Thomas, tele telephone
phone telephone operator, communications
Branch; 17 years, six months
and six days.
A native of Florida, N.Y.,
Crawford came to the isthmus
as a member of the U.S. Army
and joined the canal organiza organization
tion organization In 1920 as a foreman In the
Supply Department in Balboa.
The same year he was transfer transferred
red transferred to the Marine Division as a
clerk. He left the canal service
in 1924 and lived in Florida un until
til until 1989, when he was reemploy reemployed
ed reemployed with the canal as a plumber
in the Buildine Division later
rthe Maintenance Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford will
remain oh the isthmus for the
Cockle was born in Bradshaw,
Neb., and worked a year with
the United Fruit Co. in Puerto
Barrios before coming to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. He was employed by
the commissary Division in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal as a foreman In 1924 and
has been with that unit ever
since. He has been employed on
both sides of the isthmus as a
clerk and manager of the refrig refrigerated
erated refrigerated and dry storage in Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, land as a property and stock
control clerk in Cristobal. He
was made assistant supply of officer
ficer officer in 1952 and since August
of this year has been superviso supervisory
ry supervisory commissary supply officer at
Mr. and Mrs. Cockle plan to
leave the isthmus early in De
cember and will make their fu
ture home In McAUen, Tex.
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Born In Kamoeville. 111.. Foiles
is a veteran of the first World
War and served with the Army
again from 1931 to 1934. For a
short time he was stationed at
France Field and for a year and
a half after his discharge, was
U.S. Army civilian employe at
He joined the canal organiza organization
tion organization as a clerk In the Balboa
storehouse in 1935 and has held
various positions in that unit in including
cluding including principal storekeeper,
safety inspector, and adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant. Since 1950 he
has been property an dsupply
Mr. and Mrs. FoUes plan to
remain on the isthmus for a a-while
while a-while after his retirement. T
Kllcorse is a native of Albina,
Mich. Before coming to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in 1916 he worked as a ma
rine engineer on ships on the
Great Lakes. He was employed
with the canal as a policeman, a
boatswain in the Marine Bureau,
and a supply boat engineer be before
fore before he returned to the United
Staiies in 1919. After several
years as a tug boat master In
Buffalo, N.V., Kllcorse was re
employed by the Canal in 1941
as towboat master with the fer ferry
ry ferry service, which position he
held up to the time of his re retirement.
tirement. retirement. M1
"Kilcourse has already left
the Isthmus to make his home
in Buffalo, N-Y.
A nafclve of Gwynn, Va., Rowe
was an officer on the Panama
Line ships for a number of
years before he came to the Ca Ca-nal
nal Ca-nal Zone in 1927. He was made
probationary towboat master in
Cristobal that year arid began
his pilots training in 1934. Rowe
has been a Panama Canal pilot
Capt. and Mrs. Rowe have
made plans to live in Madison,
Connecticut, and will leave early
In December for the United
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WARSAW, Poland, Nov. 30 ocratic party and the Peasants;
CV Communist leader Wlsdys-' party attended tbe rally,
aw Gomulka said today that only Gomulka warned churchmen not
he Communist program will be to "abuse" their new freedom,
iterated in Poland but coopers-' "We believe the clergy, who
ion with other parties may ba have full freedom of action, will
wssible. not abuse this freedom in matters
He warned that Poland's liberal which have nothing to do with re re-?overnment
?overnment re-?overnment will not condone "re- ligion and that they will give their
actionaries" and will crush pro- support to the state on behalf of
vacateurs." all the nation, for they, as we, are
Gomulka, imprisoned by Stalin born of the same nation." he said,
as a "Titoist", addressed a rally; Affirming that there can be no
of Communist party "activists" in restoration of capitalism in Po Po-his
his Po-his political speech as first seen- land, Gomulka said: "We realize
tary of the United Workers (Com- that there exists here reactionary
munist) party. (forces who seek to return on the
"There is no place for programs; crest of tbe wave of democratize
other than that of our party," heition and reassert themselves. They
declared. deny this is so. It is like the hus-
Ti... 1 l J J itu 1- L J I i i a ,1
dui. ne aogra, it is impossiDie unna wno nnas nis Wue in Ota
that cooperation with other par- nd a man in the cupboard with-
ties, mciuaing the Progressive cut his trousers. Is the husband to
Catholics can take place." believe the man when he says he
Workers of the three parties of was waiting for a tram
the ruling "National Front" He cited the burning of a radio
.made up of Communists, the Dem-! station in Bydgoszcz Nov. 18 as
an example of reactionary nrovo-
Top Figures Of Show World
Attend Tommy Dorsey Rites
Seal In Commons
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Voodoo Killers Mad;
Return to Hospital
Thai Released Them
LONDON, Nov. 30 (UP)
xr: u ..u;n ... i .. i r
his seat in the House of Commons Im", Nov. 30 (UP) A
vst.P-i,v iegrn brother and s'ster who said
yesieraay. ith. ..t.... tn,A . x.
The former Prime
appears in the House now. But 1"","jr ""VB ru,ea in
turned up yesterday for the criti
cal Suez debate. Johnnv Lee To'liver. 2. nd his
Churchill bowed to the speaker !""
and then looked toward his
lar seat on the end of the front
frontlthe cr.imalry insane hospital at;
i i rl ; s yii l : il
j A t utc"I",cu: XT"1"'? Criminal Court Judge
Sta?2 ,nWned' ? tht Seat", Campbell who heard 1 7'
criticized authorities of the
VIBTIV DORSET'S BODY Mrs. Jane New Dorsey deft),
estranged wife of the late Tommy Dorsey, and her mother
arrive at a funeral home in New York to view the bandleader's
body. Police said that a "highly personal" Bote left by Dorsey
to his wife was still secret and that the note disclosed by
Dorsey's business manager, Tino Barzi, was a fake, j
NEW YORK, Nov. 30
eanit arium it WhilfloM Mi., f. 1 "' 3, '
iit the door saw Churchill n, i ,' 1 oanaieaaer lommy uorsej, uaruo, wooie sisie, men Haymes,
ve a hml n hilvl' who later, whose meUow trombone brougut. Carol Bruce and Marie Mcriwald
ve a jump, an mmjtna shot and killed Ampm Wohiiter. v: u ... .h,;...i T miTu.j. v.-... "V
(UP) Gleason. Martha Rave. Guv Loa.
Dorsey,1 bardo, Noble Sisle', Dick Haymes.
The body of Dorsey. 51. who
choked to death in his sleep lajt.
Monday, was in a casket covered
like a man on a hot seat
hurried to the back benches
snatcher didn't see him.
a-'1- v-'-r- snot ana Kl lerl (ieorBe. Wehtr v: t : w. ... -...;.
companion, who nudged the next: 45, here last 0ct. B. '. - -man,
who passed the word along. Offirial at WhitfielH Mmhil ounea yeMeruaj.
The midM finally reached the Ai 72 .d. Jd"?ed. Top show world figures turned
man Tin Churchill Vat H lonked J kuuu-Y--"'". out for services h.eid for tne with white carnations and roses,
man in thurcmus seat, lie looKed, director, said the ToUivers show- fnh.,in.. tpai wnVimntliit at1 Hit mnthr m Thr... n.
around, saw enurenm, leaped up pa "oood mmhmwisa" tv trimnt , Ti r, JT.-'" r.. .1. I j t r" "a'
amt ,nd armarentiv suffered a relapse; known as the "Chapel of Cele- stood silently nearby.
after their release. 1 v. ..;..( o.. .n,. 1 ....-r.i
floor with every eye on him. Heiand do not anoear to he daneer0u! Amone the 600 friends and rel- eiviccs.
sai aown nappuy in ms accus- to themselves ana otners, Head auves xrowneu imu hip .cuapw
tomed place. said. iwas Paul Whiteman, with whom
The former Prime Minister's! Dr. James A. Taylor of a psy- Dorsey got his start into the big big-anoearance.
anoearance. big-anoearance. in Parliament indi- chiatrio hosDital here testified that time in the 1920's, and Charlie
ated he had recovered from a! the Tollivers claimed Webster was Shavers, who played trumpet "T.
1.4 1 U it..i .ILL ... & 11 5 H. ...Uk fk. A,1riinl TvoAt kinif Willie
persisieui cuui uiai, uueaiene i respunsiuie 101 1 u e 1 r mutriei wnu ic "voj
to spoil today's birt....day observ-, death and caused tires on
ance. ,J automobiles to blow out.
locked master bfedroom of Dor-
Dorsey's manager. Tino Barzie.
whn fakeri th nnte that TWcsv
band ro.1 oeiore nis oeain, soDneo
their formed in 1935. . ...
Other mourners included Jackie rTT It
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sey's country mansion at Green
Barzie. at first
said tne note .left
rat gentleman ot
to his estranged
terms. Later, he
e 'contents were
o a snow bitpfr nature. Green
wich fonce unei us via w. kod-
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Dins ma uie nuie uau nu tw
nectionwith Dorsey death which
was "c'learly 'accidental."
Dorsey, born in Mahanoy Plane,
Pa got his musical start in 1919
with his father's, band. Ha and
Jimmy played With "Whiteman Had
Vincent Lepez before formigg
their Owri haftd in 1933.
Tint Tnmrrtu nr Timmr wleAsta
AJUV A VIII IS J fa xr Mmi; j ""v
fights were the talk of the musjeal
wona, ipnt up m ii ina way
organized separate bands. : Thfc
T.D, hand climbed, rapidly to thf
tori and at. one time Dorsey was
making more than 5500,000 a year
with such hit records as "Marie"
and "Boogte-woogie:" His vocal vocalists
ists vocalists included Frank Sinatra. Jo
Stafford and , Haymes. Tdmiay
ind Jimmy joined, -forces again
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Bids to Announcers
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(Corner of Ancon Ave. A "H" Strwt No. 8)
, A tciial of nine countries Jiavt
officially signified their inten intention
tion intention to send delegates to th
Third Inter-American Ratflo
Announcers Corigress to be held
here Dec. 13 to 19.
The organising committee of
the congress received word
yesterday from Honduras,
Ecuador and Peru that two
delegates each wrll be coming
to Panama for the parley. Ear Earlier
lier Earlier in the week similar infor information
mation information was received from Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica, Colombia and El Sal Salvador.
vador. Salvador. Cuba, Mexico, where
the first and second inter inter-American
American inter-American parleys were held,
were the first to notify Pana Panama
ma Panama of the Intention to seat
delegates to the conference,
invitations have been extend extended
ed extended to the United States and all
Latin American countries. If all
invitations are accepted th
conference will be attended by
a total of 42 delegates in addi addition
tion addition to observers who are ex expected
pected expected from both member and
As prelude to the conference,
Panama radio announcers art
holding a dance and show Run Run-day,
day, Run-day, from 3 p.m. to 4 a.m. at II
Rancho beer garden.
The dance will feature threi
orchestras and a number of t
uable door prizes.
MILFORD. Conn. tTP) -ktro-
itests were so numerous after the
door of the Mary Taylor Methpdiat
Church was painted a bright -red
that. Rev. John A. Russell prom-,
ised a referendum to s e 1 1 1 e the
colorful controversy. "There" no
significance to the color', political
or otherwise," he taid."w"e just
thought red would make the
church stand out and be noticed."
MAMA AMEWAl All itfDITEVDENl DATLT VEW SPAPEH
Ike's Appeasement Policy'
Rapped By House Demo Leader
WASHINGTON; Not. 30 (UP) upon the Soviet Union and the
House Democratic Leader Jon j present illegitimate Hungarian f
W. McCormaclt accused tne fci-j government,
senhower administration today of He said the Russians have
following an appeasement" poli-i threatened a third world war by
cy that helped; the Russians Stifle
He called on7 the United Nations
to defy; the Kremlin and carry out
its resolution to tend observers
He said the United States should
back this move and also refuse
to recognizf the Hungarian pup puppet
pet puppet goverament "until all Soviet
.troops are withdrawn ami those
Hungarians; forcibly deported to
Siberia are returned to their
The Massachusetts Democrat
charged net the administration
has been Tivinf a dream
world. -a world of hope in
"The realities of current worlri
history and events are now catch
ing up with the administration
and our people are having a rude
awakenjng," he said,
President Eisenhower, who is
acatnmg at Augusta, Ga.,
urged all Americans to contribute
0 tne ed Cross emergency ap
peai tor 5 million dollars to
reneve suffering in Hungary and
m refugees m Austria.
Would Send Observers
Although the Soviet backed
Kadar regime in Hungary has
refused to admit U.N. observers
McCormack said they should be
aeni mere "forthwith."
II- .U mm
maia wis WOUIO COnVey a
message .of real hope to the
patriots in Hungary" and would
be "a stimulating action to mil mil-lions
lions mil-lions of others behind the Iron
Curtain who are longing for free freedom
dom freedom from any kind of Communist
"The United Nation nW.
could fly to the Budapest airport
urawn nations piane clearly
marked at such," McCormack
"The Soviet Union and the
soviet pupnet wvernment of Hun Hun-fary
fary Hun-fary could enly do one of two
things-admit the U.N. observers
P1 them," he
"The burden then would be
Now Science Knows
How Blood Reaches
DURHAM, N.C., Nov. 30 (UP1 (UP1-A
A (UP1-A recently-conducted study of the
blood pressure of giraffes may
help solve the important problem
of "blackouts" among pilots of
high speed aircraft.
The studV was conducted by a
six-man research team from the
United States, Germany and the
union or tsouwi Africa under a
contract between Duke University
and tne u. S. Office of Naval Re Research.
search. Research. H it accomplished nothine else.
the research apparently provided
an answer to a question that has
.puzzled scientists for a half V cen century.
tury. century. How does a giraffe pump
blood from its heart up a neck
that may be 12 feet long?
Risking 01 War
Than Cold Peace
The doctors, who carried out
their studies on a game preserve
in South Africa, said the answer
appears to be high blood pressure.
Dr. James V. Warren of. Duke
Medical School said in an inter interview
view interview here that the blood pressure
of the animals studied was high
enough to force blood to the brain.
The Giraffe's blood pressure may
oe inree or tour times that of a
normal human beine. h as.
plained. Previously it was suspec suspected
ted suspected that the giraffe might be
eqmppea wiin a sipnon-iike mech mechanism.
anism. mechanism. The research relationship be
tween giraffes and jet pilots stems
trom we fact that blackouts are
caused by the heart's inability to
pump blood uphill to the brain
against terrific gravitational pres pressuresa
suresa pressuresa situation comparable to
the one that would exist if a man's
neck were extended to a length of
10 feet or so.
Warren said the siraffe used
in the study had been in captivity
for several months hut WAr far
from tame. Scaffolding-like frame-
wom neia tne animals in position
for the tests.
AWARD OF a diploma to SSgt. Louis A. Arana for successful
completion of the Air University extension course in Basic
Personnel Principles was made this week by Lt. Col. James W.
Fears, USAF, Assistant J-l (Personnel) of the Caribbean Com Command.
mand. Command. Arana, administrative NCO in the Caribbean Command
Office of Public Information, took the personnel course in his
spare time as a means of self-improvement. It is the second
Air Force extension course completed by the sergeant, who
took the Officer Candidate School course in 1953.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Air Force Expands;
To Move PR Town,
SAN JUAN, P R.. Nov. 30 (UP)
The U.S. Air Force's Ramey Air
Base will be expanded and im improved
proved improved at a cost of $4,200,000, Lt.
Col. Frank D. McElwee, U. S. Ar
my engineer for ine San Juan A
rea, said today.
The base is located near Agua'j
dilla, In the northwestern corner of
Improvements to be undertaken
include extension of the runways,
construction of additional taxi-
Men, Boys To Take
At SI. Christop's
Appropriate services will mark
the observance of the first Sunday
of Advent at St. Christopher's
Church, Parque Lefevre.
At the 7:30 a.m. sung Eucharist,
aft men and boyi are invited to
join with the men of the Episcopal
Church in receiving Holy Commu Communion.
nion. Communion. Quiet Day Monday
It also has been announced that
a "Quiet Day" will be conducted
nn Mnnrlav from 8 a.m. until 4
p.m. This devotional activity is
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (UP)
Adm. Arthur W. Raufom. c a
man a? tK Tai n f fk;nf f c r
suggested today tint preservation:
nf frpt nm mvmn at thn rioL
"There are greai considera- 2
tions in this worl. than the pres- M
enc or abstnee war" Ruuford
said in speech before the nation- J
al onference of the U.S. savings Jm
bond program. K
Rv 0",atpr iruiBuli.iit;A.. ti.i l
- .vuDtuvmuvilB HOU"
ford said he meart the hoDes and
aspirations of people "the ideals
ot uh. viouai uperty and spiritual
vah'es under finrf
"I mean the very soul and spirit'
nuicn nve causeu great men of M
history to value freedom
than peace or wealth or even life
iv u, ne sria. w
In discussing war and peace, he &
laid, I think we sometimes like"
w uiacK ana me oth other
er other all white."
'But astory has shown that not
wari have been bad, and not
all peace has been good.
''There have been occasions
when war h?s devein.
. ivu u envir environment
onment environment for teamwork cood cood-eration,
eration, cood-eration, understanding, and' great
P?.(VP"rlt amon8 "'"OM "'"OM-I'eace
I'eace "'"OM-I'eace has someUmes been the
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Gonetino Seeks Second
Straight Feature Win
The Stud Buena Fe'g speedy Gonetino goes out
tomorrow afternoon in quest of his second $1000
feature win in eight days when he tackles trick
champion Polemon, Melendez, Alhajar and Town's
Wall over seven furlongs at the President Remon
Tjt. Snndav Gonetino seed
a poai-to-poBt victory ot six
rurlonsrs. barely lasting to hold
of fast closing Erie by a head.
IMs time he will be absent from
the field but Polemon should
Minrn than make un for his ab
sence. Fernando Alvarez will
reolace Braulio Baeza In the
saddle with a 110 pound weight
Thin will be Polemon's first
Start since his ridiculously easy
victory in the $10,000 added one
mile and a half Nov. 3 Panama
Indeoendence Day Classic. A-
bundio Vergar will return to
Polemon's saddle for the first
time since the champ has been
racing a)t the new Juan Diaz
Apologies art In order to two
ladv volfers competing In the
ftlnu Ransom House of
Lords golf tournament current currently
ly currently twin nlaved over the Pana
ma course, tournament officials
A report of the results of last
weekend's play stated that Kay
Purdy and Kathle call did not
complete their match and both
were consequently eliminated
from further competition.
To the contrary, they did play.
And In the best of all matches
played, Mrs; Purdy emerged vic victorious
torious victorious after 22 holes of play,
downing KaJthie Call one up in
the overtime match.
This means that Louise Jones
will now meet Mrs. Purdy in the
second round matches instead
sit drawing a bye as previously
. 1 Gonetino
pexpectedly Heavy Support
To Make Patterson Favorite
By JACK CUDDY
rmfuco. Nov. 30 (UP) Un
mrtrllv heavv suDtort for
Floyd Patterson today indicated
the Brooklyn youngster would go
4fo fh. rinff tnniuht a "sWltch-fa-
vorite" to beat ancient Archie
Moore for the vacant world heavy
;m m-nnm t ("hipaco Stadium.
Surprised bookies explained that
m ma-iah" Karl
hammered down Wednesday's 8-5
"vnrincr Moore, to even money
But they had no explanation for
the cause of the Eastern splurge,
the Patterson boom started
warinnuliv at least four hours be
fore announcement that Mrs. Dol Dol-m
m Dol-m Mann of Shaker Heights. Ohio,
nH riauchter Barbara. 12, had
iir! three suits against Moore in
federal court for alleged breach of
promise, assault ana rape. um
ages totalling $750,000 were asked
! And nothing occurred in 39-year
ld Archie's final two rounds of
scarring at the Midwest Gymna
sium to cause loss of confidence
In the light heavyweight cha'i
nlon's condition. Patterson did no
boxing Wednesday. He tapered off1
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oyal. Polemon will tott 126
Town's wail, me next mw
starter in the field, rates a good
chance especially now that
he will be going relatively light
at 113 pounds including jockey
Melendez, a fast closing third
last week, should find the added
furlong to his liking. Francisco
Oatica will again be aboard the
classy black Chilean bred horse.
Llghtweighted Alhajar com completes
pletes completes the five horse field. Last
week he was completely ignored
in the betting but he performed
much better than expected. He
was right up with the field at the
finish and although he finished
last then he indicated that he
is to be reckoned with on this
Steadily improving Gllberto
Vasquez will do the booting on
Alhajar and could very easily
register another longshot victo victory.
ry. victory. Alhajar gets in under the
feather of 97 pounds.
Nine other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers are included on the program.
Spieser KOs Hoepner
To Strengthen Top
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 30 -(UP)
Chuck Spieser strengthen strengthened
ed strengthened his hold as top contender for
the world light heavyweight crown
today on the basis of his second
round knockout victory over Ger Germany's
many's Germany's Willie Hoepner.
Spieser put Hoepner down for
the 10 count at 2:29 of the second
round of their televised bout here
Wednesday night. Spieser weighed
172 pounds to 174V for Hoepner.
Spieser's immediate future is
conUngent to a large extent on the
outcome of Friday night's battle
between Archie, Moore, the current
vfwewu uuenomer. ana
f wins, a. will hive to
the light heavy crown
Spieser will be In line for s
potential title match with Europe's
No. 1 contender, Hans Stretz of
Germany. If Moore loses, either
Spieser or Stretz probably will get
a shot at Moors within the next
with seven rounds of gymnasium
Moreover, a United Press poll of
40 sports writers on the scene to today
day today favored Moore, 25 15. Mos
of the: Moore pickers predicted a
Meanwhile, the brisk sale of
tickets made promoter Jim Norris
confident the bout would draw
more than 18,000 fans and approxi
mately $300,000. He said the ad advance
vance advance sale yesterday morning had
reached $172000. "And it should be
about $210000 by today noon." A
heavy late sale is expected at the
stadium as usual for big fightsn
Friday evening and night.
Although there will be TV
"VKxout for a 150-mile radius in
the Chicago area, the TV radio
package pays Norris and his Intr
national Boxing Club $200000
moore ana raiuerson will receive
30 per cent each from all net re
ceipts probably about $150,000
eacn. such a purse would be
long throw, indeed from the $178
Moore received in his only pre
vious Chicago outing at the old
Garden many years ago
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THE BROKEN STAR
1st Race 6th Series Imp. Fgs.
Parse $400 Pool Closes 12:45
1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Morenote B. Baeza 108
2 Curale R. L Oil. 104
8 Teloree 104
4 Grimilda J. Gongora 112
5 Merry Mason F. Gatica 105
6 Merry 811pper B. Agui. 110
7 Dianallcia A. Vasquez 118
8 (Bacana G Vasquez lOlx
9 (Amat F. Godoy 112
2nd Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse 3600 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Moon Beam G. Montero lWx
2 Mezereum H. Ruiz 115
3 Suzerain E. Dario 105
4 Sunitonner F. Alvarez 108
5 Abrami J. M. Brava 113
6 Picudo C. Ruiz 118
7 El Fakir R. Vasquez 115
3rd Race "Non-W'nners Nat. 4 F
Purse $250 Pool Closes 1:45
1 La Rubia C. Ruiz 110
2 Dona Perica A. Gon. 105
3 Sierra Calunga G. Mon. 103x
4 Golden Patrick J. Phil. 110
6 Rafaelito A. Ycaza 116
4th Race "E-F" Natives 6 Fgs
Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:20
4 Black Bee
6 Dr. Bill
B. Baeza 100
G. Vasquez 104x
F. Gatica 99
R. Vasquez 115
A. Ycaza 116
5th Rice "B" Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse $350 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Olimpico H. Ruiz 103
2 Radical A. Vasquez 114
3 La Enea B- Aguirre 108
4 TullyBar F. Gatica 113
6th Rate 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:35
1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Golden Buzzer F. Gatl. 105
2 BWeet Windsor D. Cor. 108
3 Empire Magic B. Agui. 115
4 Nesscllffe G. Montero 107x
5 Greed G. Vasque2 l05x
6 Arrabalero H. Ruiz 105
7 Onda Real K. Flores 115
8 Dainty Duchess A. Vas. 115
9 Ciprodal R. Gomez 113
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 4:05
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Grey Juan S. Carvajal 110
2 Camberwell b. Baeza 108
3 Melrose R. Vasquez 113
4 Royal Emblem H. Ruiz 108
5 Kiroga F. Hidalgo 115
6 Lucho C. Iglesias 113
8th Race "Hla." Natives 7 Firs.
Purse $275 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Chlto B- Baeza no
2 Winsaba G. Vasquez 112x
3 Kalalu 109
4 Solito 118
5 Filon J. Gongora 110
6 Ebony F. Hidalgo 113
7 La Pampanini G. Mon. 112x
8 Monaco F. Gatica 113
(Golden pick F, Godoy 115
lu (Blue Moon V. Brown 118
9th Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $509 Pool Closes 5:15
1 Persiflage D. Cortez 105
2 Oyster A. Vasquez 110
3 J aqulmazo F. Hidalgo 1 13
4 Money Maker A. Yestza 115
5 Nogalino B. Aguirre 115
6 Dlstingo F. Alvarez 122
7 Escorial B. Baeza 106
10th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs-
Pool Closes 5:40
F. Gatica 113
A. Vergara 126
F. Alvarez 110
G. Vasquez 97x
5 Town's Wall B. Aguirre 113
Gold Prize $500.00
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By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
Eca'dr Alas and Alack! As the
season ends, it is time for your
peerless prognosticator to bow
out, with a modest flourish of
trumpets, and let there be no
moaning of the bar!
Aye, Hoople is leaving your
sports pages for a while, at least
until the Bowl games. Gone but
not forgotten, for surely you will
remember the astounding up upsets
sets upsets I predicted for you, oh zil zillions
lions zillions of gentle readers.
You will remember Hoople for
picking the 10-point underdog
Minnesota to defeat Michigan
State. Furthermore the margin
was by just one point, as I an announced.
nounced. announced. Also you cannot forget
that I gave you the underdog
Oregon to beat Southern Call-
Series With RP
Diablo Heights evened the
bowling series with Panama's
all-stars last night by taking a
2-1 victory at the Dl a b 1 o
Heights' alley. The third, and
deciding, match will be piayea
nexit Thursday in Panama.
Diablo won total pins, 3,006-
2,823. In winning, Diablo won;
their two games 1,015-877 and
1,046-954. The Panama team won
the first game, 992-945.
(Earlier, Panama had won, 2,
680-2,619, on their home alley).
Panama's Jose Damlan last
night led all bowlers with a 688
total, and Dlablo's Bert Balcer
was second with a 685. Another
600 roller was Panama's Roberto
Novey.who had a 024. s
15c. i f.
TAZA, OF SON
SUIT YOUR HASTE
Year to End
The Old Boy Himself
fomia and the twn-tnnr.hrinwn
favorite Stanford to be taken by
Washington in rather easy fash fashion.
ion. fashion. It will not be easy for you
to forget one so astute har har-rumphl
rumphl har-rumphl i Now, proceed with the last
forecast Of the season anrt r.n.
tice my specials: Navy to defeat
Army, Miami over Florida and
Kansas over Missouri. Read, on:
Auburn 21. Alabama 14
Navy 20, Army 7
nayior 26, Rice 7
Holy Cross 19, Boston College 6
Clemson 14, Furman 0
Miami 20, Florda 14
Georgia Tech 34, Georgia 6
Clemson 14. Furman d
Miami 20, Florida 14
Georgia Tech 34, Georgia 6 -Texas
Tech 21, Hardin-Simmons
11 mis fun 1Q. TWrfllt 7
Miss. State 21, Mississippi 14
Kansas 14. Missouri 7
Colo. A. and M. 20, New Mex. 13.
Oklahoma 34, Okia. A. and M. o
So. Meth. 27, Tex. Christian 21
Titian If) T.nnMana Stat 7
Tennessee 21, Vanderbilt 6
Opm Nightly from
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21 (BLACK JACK)
Over Navy By 2-3
By United Press
(Home Team Listed First)
x denotes night game
Saturday, Dec. 1
Alabama vs. Auburn (1)
:AWny ts.'Nvy (2) J
Baylor vs. Rice
Boston col. vs. Holy Croat
Clemson vs. Furman
Florida vs. Miami, Fia.
Georgia vs. Georgia Tech
Hard.-Simmons vs. Texas Tech
-Hawaii vs. San Jose St.
Houston vs. Detroit
Kings Po nt vs. Hofstra
Mississippi vs. Miss. St.
Missouri vs. Kansas
New Mexico vs. Colorado A&M
Oklahoma A&M vs. Oklahoma
So. California vs. Notre Dame
So. Methodist vs. Tex. Chris.
Tulane vs. Louisiana St.
Vanderbrlt vs. Tennessee
Wiley vs. Prairie View
Saturday, Dec. 8
Miami, Fia. vs. Pittsburgh
(D At Birmingham, Ala.
(2) At Philadelphia, Pa.
Soccer Match Tonile
Soccer with the emphasis
on sock will be played tonight
with the University of Panama
an all-star team from Paraiso
The match, set for 7 o'clock,
will be played at Santa Rita
field as one of a threepart se series
ries series between the two teams.
In the first match between
the two, Panama won 4-3; and
in the second the Zoners tied
the series with a 4-2 victory.
Tonight's match is dedicated
to paraiso sports enthusiast Ma Mateo
teo Mateo walcdtt.
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a small slice of orange, a pineapple stick and a Maraschino cherry.
Army 21, Navy 13'
Auburn 20, Alabama 7
Baylor 24, Rice 7
Georgia Tech 35, Georgia I
Holy Cress 20, Beaten College 7
Kanaaa 13, Missouri i
Miami (fia.) 21, Florida 7
Speed Equal, Game
Will BeWon In Line
By HARRY GRAYSON
PHILADELPHIA (NEA) Ring-
ling Brothers and Barnum and
Bailey's Combined never really
This is the Greatest Show on
Earth the Army-Navy game. It
will play to the usual 103,000 per persons
sons persons in Philadelphia's Municipal
Stedium on Saturday afternoon.
Any ticket broker will tell you that
they could easily sell another 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 seats.
This is another contest further
illustrating that the game is big-
Ger than the teams. If both sides
were way below standard, which
they are far from, the customers
would still pack the joint. It's a
tremendous recommendation for
tradition and the parade of the
In what really is a pick 'em en
tanglement, I'm stringing with
west roini wun a sucK-oui-your-neck
score of 21-13.
It is our idea that this engage
ment, like all college football
games, will be won in the line.
From what we have seen and
heard the Military Academy has
the best of it 1 ere with Dick Ste
phenson and Art Johnson at the
ends, Loren Reid and Flay Good
win at the tackles, Stanley Slater
and uick Fadel at the guards and
Jim Kernan and Capt. Ed Sveteci
Another reason why I like Ar Army
my Army is that the strapping lads from
the Hudson Highlands have tac tackled
kled tackled the tougher customer.
This is the' beat Tirana ration un
less you are extremely thin and
are oenea arouna toward the fag
ei:d like Princeton against Yale
and Colgate against Syracuse.
Annapolis went through a com comparatively
paratively comparatively soft schedule, during
which it was beaten, 21-8, by a
rather ordinary Tulane and tied
by Duke, 7-7.
Army shaded a fine Perm State
Showing At Your Service
BALBOA 4:45, 6:20, 7:50
NfeKSi J. VATIS
Sat. "Tribute to a Bad Man"
PARAISO 6:15 8:05 LA BOCA 7:00
"JOE MACBETH'' B A 1K L A S H
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:20 CAMP BIEBD :1S 7:55
"Thunder Oyer The, Plains" "Redhead from WySmhn"
Mississippi 39, Mitt. St.t. 17
Oklahoma 44, Okie. A. end M. 4
Southern Calif. 3J, Notre Dame
Tormolaoo 17, Vanderbilt
Tex. Christian 21, So. Motheditf
"ulane 27, Louisiana State f
club, 14-7, fumbled Its way to
M-n sneuacking by mght Michi Michigan.
gan. Michigan. The Cadets scored 55 5points
against Colgate in a cliff-hanger,
kicked away a match with a re re-raarkable
raarkable re-raarkable Pittsburgh varsity, 20 20-7.
7. 20-7. But in this book the Soldier's
stickout showing came when they
contained the fabulous Jim Brown
and Syracuse in a i game they
should have won, but dropped, 7-0.
The trouble with Army for two
campaign has been that Red
Plaik could not make up his mind
about the quarterback. Now thai
Dave Bourland's shoulder is OK,
Coach Blaik has his team ready as
usual for the only game either in institution
stitution institution really cares about.
Army is supposed to have the
greater all-over speed, but I doubt
that, even giving the Black
Knights the edge they have with
Bob Kyasky ,t fullback; Banning
with Kyasky and Bourland will bo
Dick Murtland and the sopho sophomores,
mores, sophomores, Mike Morales and Gil Roes Roes-ler.
ler. Roes-ler. Navy got going after a none too
impressive start, but the opposi opposition,
tion, opposition, save for Duke, had to make
them look good.
Still Crabtown hai aa .vtr.Ar-
nary passer in Tommjr Forrestal,
backed up by Pat Flood and Gus
rranans, ana accomplished backs
to work with thorn In th. .,t.
Ned Oldham, Chet Burchett, Vines
mono ana iKS-pound Dick Daga Daga-pat.
pat. Daga-pat. Oldham easily could be the
best all-r..und back on the field.
at jjlai nH Trmv AitkAii ..J
Bob Reifsnyder at the tackles,
jim xiower ana xony stremic at
the guards and Wilson Whltmire,
the best center is the East.
The teams are superbly coached
by professionals and their staffs.
The breaks will win it, and the
guess here is that the key one will
go Army's way.
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Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
e Jeff Chandler
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"That's My Boy
Sat. "The King and
Saturday "The Spoil
Sat. "Guys and Dolls"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
e Randolph Scott
"TALL MAN RIDING"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"Valley of The Kinrs"
Sat. "Goodbye, My
. ; ri mi
Rory Calhoun :
"RED SUNDOWN" li
Sat. "I Died A lOOOiTimes"
loyd Patterson Has Classic Title Edge
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Anderson Makes Surprise
sponse to Sprain Treatment
YORK, Nov. 30 (UP) -J
Issee's wmgbacK, Joui An"
whose pass-caicn sei. up
nine touchdown over A.en-
h mailt a surprise re-
t treatment of a ligament
and may play against-Van.
ad been feared the knee in-
brould keep Anderson out oi
bason ender nut trainer
ly o-Bjn laneunea more
ittc nes yestesoay as wie
ushed up- wax .tacucs in a
Iderbilt, grooming to put the
denies to a rough, test
SI hard on running and pas pas-urine
urine pas-urine a warm spell yester-
Fullback Jimmy, Ray and
Ick Jack Hudson led tne
ag and quarterbacks Don
Ind Boyce Smith the passing,
rgia Tech, bundled up" for an
sue cooler cumate, worxea
i eround and air attack, for
In hour without contact. Half-
iGeorge Volkert was.in pads,
Ingly ready for limited duty,
ly Menger arid Carl Vereen,
out with slight injuries, also
Ibe ready, for Georgia.
IrgiaV Coach WaUy Butt
i Charlie Byars of Griffin as
likely starter at quarterback,
Ken Schulte and Glenn Nun
filling nr. He said'Jde Com-
lay be ready for the punting
rida, facing a stiff contest
lit Miami, tried its defense
It B-squac versions of Hurri-
pliys and succeeded in spoil
ing most of the split-T long-run
. Mississippi State ended its rough
preparations for Mississippi with
a brief offensive scrimmage em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing the passing of quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks Billy Stacy and Tommy Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. Tulane also held a short scrim
mage between the first two tearr,
and then drilled on individual, a:-
Little & Farm
Tryouts for the 12-year-old
boys will be held at 8:30 a.m. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Little League ball
park. Boys who ended the last
season on a Little League team
do not need to try out.
) 12tyear olds are boys whose
da'te of birth fall between Au August
gust August 1, 1044, and August 1, 1945.
The coaches would like the fol
lowing boys to appear also;
10 And 11 Year Olds
Charles Abemajihy, John Ad Adams.
ams. Adams. Domlnick Aqnila, Ivan Ar-
Satiir- mijo, Osmond Austin, Robbie
Blaney, Charles Blystone, Stew Stewart
art Stewart Brown. William Coy, Charles
Auburn's Ernie Danjean, Chuct Crosly, Dennis Deniing, Roberto
Maxime and Paul Terry were de- Duran, ioren Eawaras, Koperx
sighments, signal drilis and -punt
LSU went a harder route with
a 45-minute scrimmage topping off
two hours of brisk work. Quarter Quarterback
back Quarterback Win Turner, out with an an
kle Injury, may miss the
fensive standouts;!! a short scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage against Alabama playsa ni
coach Ralph Jordan declared his
Tigers were "bi fine physica
Alabama worked on pass Of
Engelke, Glenn Evans, David
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IT IS A
CHICAGO (UP)-A United Press
poll of 42 sports writers, here for
the big fight, resulted today in 27
picking veteran Archie Moore to
beat young Floyd Patterson for
the vacant heavyweight crown Fri Friday
day Friday night. Fifteen favored Patter
7:00 -TODAY -9:00
$1.10 per Car!
Broderick Crawford in
, "LONE STAR"
Young Comer Picked
To Wear Out Moore
By HARRY GRAYSON
CHICAGO. Nov. 30 (NEA)
Years ago during the 45-r o u n d
DAYS IN. California, an old f i g h t
guy iota me:
'Wlwiuwr vnu srp in Hnnht a.
bout Vt result of a fight, pick the
younger fighter. You will rarely
The iule has worked pretty well
down through the years. So, this
iandieapper is picking Floyd Pat Pat-ttrsen
ttrsen Pat-ttrsen to win the world heavy
weight championship in his IE IE-round
round IE-round match with Archie Moore St
the Chicago Stadium, tonight.
Floyd, the Brooklyn speedster,
most certainly has age running for
him 1 years of it. He was. hot e e-ven
ven e-ven a-ear old when the 40-year-old
Moore had his first profession professional
al professional fight.
THE WAY WB LOOK at it, the
last piece of armor plate in the
solid battleship which was Moore
was knocked loose in the ninth
round by Rocky Mercians at Yan
kee Stadium, Sept. 21 of last year.
Nobody else was much account
after being left dead by Marclano.
There is no reison to believe that
the ancient and honorable Moore
will be any different.
The wilv Moore can block one
punch or block, catch or get awa$
from one or two, -but no even one
so ring wise as he is going to e-
Vv.de the clusters of clouts which
lung Patterson will toss 'at mm,
. rat-a-tatrtt machine gun style
nd. unless he's hurt badlv earlr
Patterson, will keep throwing com combinations,
binations, combinations, for at 21 he has the vim,
vitality and, mobility of a two-year-old
From the Marek:.o and othe
Moore appearances, Patterso i
must have gathered that the pro proper
per proper way' is1 to keep on top Of the
old ring gypsy. That would be the
logical plan against any warrior of
The plodding Marciano played
into Moore's hands by staying a-
way in the first round. That's why
the champion was dropped by a
right in the second. This taught
Marciano that he was foolish to
give Moore punching room.
It is our idea that Moore must
knock out Patterson inside of four
rounds to win. Every round it god
will De to the youngster's ad van van-tag.
tag. van-tag. Those building a case for Moore,
and there are many, stress the
fact that Moore will cuff the kid
around in the clinches, where he
appeared lost against the clown.
Hurricane Tommy Jackson. But a
point here is that Patterson must
have learned something that night
at Madison Square Garden. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, those 12 rounds are his big biggest
gest biggest recommendation for this
The first 12 minutes of jousting
with Archie will be fraught with
danger for Patterson. One damag
ing mistake could ruin him. But
youth, keeping constant pressure
on Moore, can lessen this danger
as every minute of the fight wears
This denartment has rnnatantlv
scored Patterson for his lack of
experience, amateurish trick But
ne is a fighter who has been im
n.-nvinz. riirni atr.pr nanr cinr tn
night he stepped Into old St. Nicho
las Arena ana took out one Eddie
GodboM in his first sten toward
THIRI WAS, FOR EXAMPLE,
an eight-round bout with Dick
Wagner stabbed to the midsec
tion, fought well inside. He made
Patterson look bad and Rocky
Marciano, interested in this poss
oie cnaiienger even then, heard .-bout
bout .-bout the midsection business.
In a return match, Patterson
bulBed Wagner all over. He gbught
inside, then stepped back and1
chopped his man into a mess. Ha
showed the ability to learn in that
He still could use some learnin learnin-would
would learnin-would ni it.
- husiiou n jwu .
Moore. But Archie is an old min
now. And there is nothing like be
ing young when the action gets hot
and you need legs to keep you go
You fight with your fists, yes.
Fut you stand on your legs and
when they refuse to hold you up
and still be limber, then your
lunches don't seem to make any
It is because of this -that Archie
Moore will bow out from a grand
career that puts boxing in a dis disgraceful
graceful disgraceful light because of the way
it refused to allow him the chance
to take it all when he still was
young enough to get the job done
! And the fight also will serve as
a show piece for young Patterson,
who still has the chance to'devel to'devel-op
op to'devel-op into a 1956" version of Joe Louis.
To Get New Award
Pitcher Of Year'
NEW YORK (UP) Don New Newcombe
combe Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers
became the fl.;t winner of the
major league "Pitcher of the
Year" award today, in a vote by
the Baseball Writers of America.
It was the second honor in as
many weeks for the big Brooklyn
righthander, who last Tuesday was
named the most valuable player
in the National Leauge.
A special committee of 16 bav
ball writers and columnists rnaae
the selection and Newcombe re received
ceived received 10 votes. His teammate,
Sal Maglie, received four votes.
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CALL PAN. 3-1285
Via Espajna & 45th St.
FOR (ALE: Double bods with
springs 29.00, 3-4 bods with
springs 12.S0, table and 4 chairs
45.00, modern wardropbes 75.
00, cnifforobes 59.000, vanities
45.00, chins closets 22.00, fold-in-
bods 22.50, coffee tables II. II.-00,
00, II.-00, springs 12.50, mattresses 2. 2.-50,
50, 2.-50, chairs 2.50, also BEAUTI BEAUTIFUL
FUL BEAUTIFUL MODERN LIVING
ROOM, DINING ROOM AND
BEDROOM SETS at Rock Bot Bottom
tom Bottom Prices Cash or Credit.
Household Exchange, National
Ave. No. 41. Telephones 3-4911
FOR SALE: North Americans
moving. Roper automatic gas
stove one ton, airtemp air. con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, electric water heater,
two door Foodarama freezer
and Refrigerator, Magnavox 24
inch Television, all used 5
months. Phone Panama 3-6901.
"Fomol" apartment 4, Ricardo
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator, 25
cycle 7 cu ft., porcelain inside.
Cuba Avenue 2724 Apt. 26
from 4:00 p.m. on.
FOR SALE: 1 Hollywood bed
A4, $25.00. West 26th Street,
house 8-47, room 31, after 3:30
FOR SALE: Sewing machine
German, new, reasonable price
Camilo A. Porras. Calls 29, 3 3-23,
23, 3-23, Bella Vista.
MUST SELL Baby crib with
new mattress. Beit offer Bel Bel-boa
boa Bel-boa 2762.
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator,
Phi Ice, 8 cubic feet, deep
freeze comportment, 60 cycle,
1 yeer old, 4 year guarantee
left, call Balboa, 3562, after
FOR SALE: General Electric
washer 25 cycle $35. No less
Phone Balboa 3430.
For Tonight At 8
"The Key to Religious Unity"
will be the subject presented at
a regular weekly Baha'i meeting
tonight at Wlrz Memorial Hall
in Balboa, a spokesman for the
Baha'is of the Canal Zone an announced
nounced announced today.
The meeting will begin at 8
D.m. with a short talk by a mem member;
ber; member; of the local Baha'i proun,
after which those present will
be Invited to participate In the
questions and discussion.
These discussion erouns are
offered by the Baha'i World
Faith in the hope that fnnk
discussion of the problems fac facing
ing facing the world of humanity may
lead to Individual efforts towa
the establishment of a final,
lasting world peace, the spokes
man said. People of pll races
creeds and nationalities are cor
dially Invited to attend.
"IDE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER"
FOR SALE: 1947 Packard 2 2-aM
aM 2-aM $200. Call Pistole, Balboa
3079 or Balboa 2719.
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth.
$300. Phone Balboa 3079 or
2719, Ed Philpitt.
FOR SALE:- '950 Mercury
convertible 43,000 miles, all the
extras, one owner. Excellent
condition. $450.00. Phone Na Navy
vy Navy 3544.
FOR SALE:- 1952 Singer
Roadster in perfect condition;
Assorted Ivory Figurines;
carved Chinese coffee table
with four stools; jamboo porch
furniture; 15 end 45 gallon fish
aquarium; Tel. Kobbe 6276 or
961 -A Kobbe, evenings.
FOR SALE:- 1952 4 door
Chevrolet. Office 2-2719. Home
2-3214. After 5, 514 Ancen.
FOR SALE:- BY ORIGINAL
owner 1951 Oldsmobile herd
top convertible coupe. Automa Automatic
tic Automatic transmission, radio, wind,
shield washer, beck up lights,
turn signals. Duty paid. $ 700.
Phon Psnama 3-6960 during
day. 3-1711 on Sunday.
FOR SALE:- 1941 Chevrolet,
4-door 6 cyl 2-tone, fleet line,
new tires, call Paraiso, 4-361.
FOR SALE:- 1954 Chevrolet
sedan. Powerglide, power
brekes, rsdio, heeter, excellent
condition. A bargain. $1,095.
Phone Claytc i 2160.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Chevrolet
4dr sodan DoLuxo, excellent
condition, standard transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, brsnd nsw tiros and bat battery
tery battery $575.00, tlso military jeep
with 4 wheal drive, and gate
and aluminum top $325.00. Tel.
DRIVE SAFELY: Change
those worn out Clutch Brake
Pedals! AUTOAC 15th St. &
Melendei Ave. Colon.
FOR SALE: 1949 Da Sot
custom coupe. New tires, trans transmission,
mission, transmission, battsry, paint job, un un-dorcoating.
dorcoating. un-dorcoating. $350. Balboa 2742,
FOR SALE:- 1954 Ford V8
sunliner hard top, radio, heat heat-or,
or, heat-or, defroster, under coating,
turn signals, back up lights,
white wall tiros, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $1,225 no trades. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
bath and entrance independent
for one person. Between 7-9 p.
m. Phone 3-6046. 2nd Street, Pe Pe-rejil
rejil Pe-rejil (Temistocles Diaz Street)
No. 7-189, upstairs.
FOR RINT Furnlshsd room
above Sosa's Studio on 4th of
LOST b FOUND
LOST: Clarinet in a brown
and white check ase, made by
Bundy Selmer R"H for re return.
turn. return. Call 2-1330, 2-3322.
Two Academy Awards and an equal
number of "Oscar" nominations for
serious screen drama have failed to
quench Olivia de Havllland's eest for
comedy. Some years ago Norman
Krasna recognised Llwy's talent for
the frothy variety of movie entertain entertainment
ment entertainment when she starred in his widely --icclalmed
farce. "Princess O'Rourke,
But even after Olivia went on to
win two "Oscars" for her brilliant
emotional performances in "To Each
His Own" and "The Heiress" and
world-acclaim for her unforgettable
portrayal of a mental case in 'The
Snake Pit," Krasna still thought of
Olivia de Havilland in terms of com comedy,
edy, comedy, and so he cast her in the lead
.for "THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGH DAUGHTER"
TER" DAUGHTER" delightful comedy In Techni
and CinemaScope which OPENS
ON DECEMBER 5 AT THE CENTRAL.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
FOR SALE: Japanese make.
Singer petent portable sowing
machine, electric, with attach attachments.
ments. attachments. Excellent condition $60.
00. Call Albrook 164190.
FOR SALE:- 30 gallon glass
lined gas water heater. Phone
FOR SALE:- Man's suit, site
31, and 2 winter coats, size 40.
Telephone 3-5024. PenemA.
FOR SALE: Royal portable
Spanish typewriter. Excellent
condition $45.00 Call Fort Da Davis
vis Davis 572.
FOR SALE:- Lady's fur coat
and winter suit,, size 12. Calls
Estudianta No. 1429, Apt. 3.
FOR SALE:-Savage Fox 12 12-gauge
gauge 12-gauge double shotgun, new
$ 64.00. Diving helmet, long
hose, pump, plastic window.
$ 10.00. Phon 2-4455.
FOR SALE: Gelf clubs, 4
woods and 9 Irons. Bast offer.
Office, 2-2719. Home 2-3214. 516
FOR SALE:- H 4 R 9 shot 22
target revolver, $ 25.00. Rem Remington
ington Remington model 121 pump gun, 22
caliber $ 40.00. Colt woodsman
4" barrel! 22 caliber, $ 40.00.
Large amount ef Lionel equip equipment
ment equipment and rolling stock. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Telephone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 5177.
Outstanding selection of choice
U.S. and European Christmas or ornaments,
naments, ornaments, decorations and lights
fer hornet, Storai, Clubs and or organisations.
ganisations. organisations. American Supply
Co., "J" Street 13-06.
FOR SALE: Lester piano "Bet "Bet-sy
sy "Bet-sy Ross Spinet" Price $550.00
FOR SALE: Inverter, 4 volts
DC to 120 volts 60 cyate, 125
watts, like new $50.00. Marga Margarita
rita Margarita 8217A phono- 3-2372.
FOR SALE: Speed graphic
camera, 2' x 3V Rangefinder,
filters, flashgun. 8109 Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Phon 3-2502.
FOR SALE: Lionel electric
train with accessories, trans transformer.
former. transformer. Excellent condition. 08 08-30
30 08-30 Balboa, Telephone 2-3432.
FOR SALE n
Boats & Motors
Let's go fishing, $5,00 par par
son. Large comfortable boat.
Contact ABERNATHY. Tel,
phon 3-0264 days. 3-2145 nights.
Flashed an SOS;
Not Being Reached
MARSEILLE, France, Nov. 30
(UP) A French passenger ship
raced towards the distressed Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian freighter Antares to today
day today after her radio flashed an
SOS and then suddenly went off
There was no Immediate re report
port report on the ship's condition.
The Antares radioed just
after midnight that her steer steer-ing
ing steer-ing eouipment was out of or.
der and she was cnunht. in the
m'ddle of a violent Mediterra
The call sent a cascade of
ships and nlnes towards he-
position, given as just north of
the Balaerlc Isles.
The first ship to arrive on the
scene, the French liner General
Mane in. radioed that she could
not find the vessel.
A few hours later the Antares
was sighted bv a French ir
force Diane which guided the
Mangln to her side.
Far Your Listening Pleasure
At Year Favarita Store
ATTENTION, G. 1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phon Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : 2 -bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street Na. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
FOR RENT:- Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 1 bedroom. G-l inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Furnished, $ 70.00. Jos da
Fabrega Avenue Ne. 14.
FOR RENT: Two apartments,
bedroom, dining-living room,
kitchen. $40.00. La Carrasqui Carrasqui-lla
lla Carrasqui-lla No. 424. Tel.- 3-4364.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-mont.
mont. apart-mont. All conveniences, screen screened,
ed, screened, inspected. Via Espana,
house before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista All furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, main room has air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, living room, bar with
stools, dining room, bathroom,
big kitchen, terrace, storage
, room, maid's room with bath,
garage, all screened. For furth further
er further information call 3-0615 Pa Pa-name.
name. Pa-name. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cauple without children,
hot water, modern conveniences.
First Avenue, "II Carmen," fac facing
ing facing house 94.
FOR RENT:- Small furnished
apartment. Military inspected.
Telephone 3-2068, Panama Via
Porras No. 99.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, bath and kitchen. Corner
Via Espaha and Altamira.
FOR SALE: Ariel Motorcycle,
model VHA-SOOcc. Excellent
condition. On owner. Scranton
8109 Margarita, Phone 3-2502.
SAVING FACE Tokyo,
Japan, entertainer Mitsuko
Akatsukl gives a last-minute
check to her make-up, just be before
fore before going onstage. The diminu diminutive
tive diminutive star is a favorite among
customers in Tokyo's enter entertainment
tainment entertainment belt.
OH, GIRLS! The envy of
thousands of screaming bobby bobby-soxers
soxers bobby-soxers throughout the land,
June Janico gets a friendly bear
hug from rock 'n' roll idol Elvis
Presley after she came up from
her home in Biloxi, Miss., to be
with him at Memphis, Tenn.
June is reported to be "the one"
in the quivering singer's ro
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Orainiiatism ae lira aartiea ac
commodated at Shrapnel's Santa
Clara Beach Houses.
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlica'i Santa Clara Beach
Cartage. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
Spend your week ends st Rh
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.'
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanaide Cartages,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's Practical Conversation Conversational
al Conversational System. Call I 26, apart apartment
ment apartment 1 "Near Key Club."
Balboa Lions Start
The Balboa Lions Club start started
ed started mailing miniature license key
chains for the 1957 Canal Zone
Starting with the first 1500
licenses Issued.- many of the key
chains bearing the miniature li
censes will arrive in the hands
of car owners before the actual
license tags, and thus car own owners
ers owners will know in advance of re receipt
ceipt receipt of their licenses what num number
ber number license has been issued to
This annual activity of the
Balboa Lions has become a pop popular
ular popular piece of mail in thousands
of post office boxes in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, since it Is of an Iden Identifying
tifying Identifying nature which guarantees
return if lost keys are left at
any convenient post office. The
lost keys are returned to the
Balboa Lions (after payment of
guaranteed postage) and re
turned to the car owner free of
any charge, as a community
A spokesman for the club stat
ed yesterday that the donations
received from the annual key
chain license drive Is the only
source of revenue for the club.
After deducting the cost of the
plastic cases, the chain, and the
Still Another Union
Oil Station Goes
(PA-O The Union Oil Com
pany of California expansion
plans are keeping In step with
the growth of the city. The
latest addition to the Union Oil
group is Estacion Sandoval, own
ed by Mr. Luis Sandoval for formerly
merly formerly a member the National
Assembly. Estatlon Sandoval,
strategically located at the junc
ture of the rapidly developing
Campo Alegre and Paltilla sec
tions at 50th Street and 15th
Street, Paltilla, is of modern
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License Key Chain,
two Inserts in the plastic case
(the miniature numbered li
cense and guaranteed postage
notice), the cost of mailing, and
the cost of returned donations,
the club utilizes the complete
fund for community activities,
Some of the expenditures in
clude a new Winchester rifle lor
the ROTC. Balboa High School;
a U.8. university scholarship and
Junior College scholarships, as
well as the cost of hundreds of
eye examinations and the fur furnishing
nishing furnishing of eyeglasses for Canal
Zone school children whose pa parents
rents parents cannot afford them.
As an example of the club ac activities,
tivities, activities, USARCARIB recently
received a request from Pltcairn
Island in the Pacific for a piece
of, hardwood r2"xl2"xl0 The
letter was referred to the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lions Club, which quickly
located the required material It
was placed aboard a vessel pass-
Members To Co
Members and friends of the
United Health and Burial
Scheme of Panama will attend
a "Retreat in the silence" at the
Bible Truth Church of God be between
tween between 10 tonight and 6 tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
Neat week Friday night, mem members
bers members of the organization will re receive
ceive receive new and reinstated mem members.
bers. members. The Scheme's Christmas thrift
savings club announced that
Dec. 15 will be the closing date
for savings. Withdrawals will
begin Dec. 18 ait the Sugar Bowl,
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DECEMBER 5th AT THE
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Trains Are Late
Soviets Stop 'Em
BERLIN. Nov. 30 (VP)
ern allied military trains we
layed again today by Soviet ct
at the East-West Getman bo:
west tierman railway offifl
The U.S. Army train from
iin to rranKturt was held ud
minutes, the U.S. train from
lin to Bremerhaven 14 minute
the Soviets Marienborn c h i
However, trains running thrsl
the Soviet zone trom West Gel
ny to Berlin were on time.
BUCHANAN, Mic, Nov. SO (I
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came home weighted down af
day of chasing rabbits, but
with game. Moisture collectins
the metal identification tag d
ling from the dog's neck had 1
en into a half-pound ball of id
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some of its dead evergreen trees
The trees in question were
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three-floor underground municipal
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Four of the trees native red
eedari died in the transplanting
process. They couldn't be replaced
until late this fall.
So Eugene Nelson, 64, the
groundskeepar, hit upon the idea
of spraying the dead trees with
green paint. So well has the proc process
ess process worked that Nelson said:
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trees from the others unless you
use a microscope.
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) -Peter
White, 20, of East Hartford
was fined $18 for speeding. He ap appealed
pealed appealed to Common Pleas Court
where the fine was raised to $38.
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Campbell Sets Olympic Decathlon Mark
Milt Registers 7,937 Points;
US (Ho-Hum) Cagers Win Again
MELBOURNE, Nov. 30 (UP) Mighty Milt Campbell, a hutky 22-year-oid sailor from Plainfield, N. J., won the
clastic decathlon today with feats of strength, speed and versatility unsurpassed in the recorded history of the
The decathlon crown, bringing America's 20th gold medal in eight days, carries with it unofficial recognition
as "world's greatest athlete" and during the 10 events c rammed into two days of muscle-torture Campbell was all
of that, even though he fell 48 points short of the world record. He led from the start of the first event yesterday.
The former Indian football star, a bitter second to Bob Mathias of Tulare, Calif., in the 1952 games at Hel Helsinki,
sinki, Helsinki, today broke big Bob's Olympic record by 50 points with a total of 7,937.
And among the 1 5 international stars he defeated was world record-holder Rafer Johnson of Kingsburg,
Calif., a sophomore at U.C.L.A.; Johnson won the second place medal with a total of 7,587 points despite an injury
Johnson was hampered by a
pulled stomach muscle received
during yesterday's broad Jump
and as they rested between
events today Campbell did his
best to cheer up his dejected
Johnson carried on to whip
Russia's Vassili Kou-nptsov,
who finished third with 7465
Ouno P&lou of Russia was
fourth in the final placlngs with
Margin Lauer of Germany fifth
and Walter Meier of Germany
In other sports, Bill Yorzyk of
Northampton, Mass., set a rec record
ord record of 2:18.6 to lead qualifiers in
the 200 meters butterfly stroke
which la new on this year's
Olympic program K but American
teams were beaten in water po polo
lo polo and field hockey, and canoe canoeist
ist canoeist Prank B. Havens of Vienna,
Va., was dethroned as 10,000 10,000-meter
meter 10,000-meter kayak champion when he
finished eighth In the finals.
Despite the 1-2 American
finish In the decathlon, Russia
cut into the U.S. lead in the
unofficial team race wfth a 1 1-t
t 1-t finish In the women's shot
put, won by Tamara Tychke Tychke-itoh
itoh Tychke-itoh with a record heave of
54 feet, five inches, and a to total
tal total of 18 points in canoeing.
Betty Cuthbert of Australia,
victor earlier in the 100 meters,
became the first double medal
winner in women's track by
romping off with the 200-meter
dash In 23.4, tying the Olympic
record set in 1952 by a country countrywoman,
woman, countrywoman, Marjorie Jackson.
But aside from 'that, the vast
crowd in the Melbourne Cricket
Grounds reserved Its cheers for
As the decathlon entrants
hned up for the start of the fi final
nal final 1500-meter event, some In
actual pain from Injuries and
all of them dog-tired, the field
announcer informed the spec spectators
tators spectators that Campbell was about
to smash the Olympic record
and had a chance to top John Johnson's
son's Johnson's world mark.
There was little left In Milt's
rubbery legs, and with a run of
nearly a mile staring him In the
face, he got off 'the mark uncer uncertainly.
tainly. uncertainly. What Ingenuity;
HARTFORD, Conn., Nov. 30 -(UP)
Convicts at Connecticut
state prison mixed powdered nut nutmeg
meg nutmeg with hot water to make moon moonshine
shine moonshine whisky, a state investigator
Thic .nncnctinn ...k. t-l.- I
sufficient quantity, "has the effect
oi inioxiraung nounr, l am told,
said Thomas J. Molloy.
Molfoy, who investigated two
eonvict revolts at the prison this
year, said the prisoners a,co
mixed dried-out onion leaves with
tobacco to produce a substance
that has a marijuana effect when
smoked in a cigarette or pipe.
People may not marry as early
M they used to, but some of them
rwrry o lot of tener. u
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
kours ending 8 a.m. today, it pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of th; Pin Pin-am
am Pin-am Canal Company:
(max. mph) NWII
RAIN (inches) .78
(lunar harbort) 79
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1
PHOTO FINISH Lee Calhoun (right), of Gary, Ind., beats world record holder Jack Davis,
of Glendale, Calif., to the tape to win the 110-meter high hurdles event at the Olympics in
Melbourne, Australia. Calhoun's time was 13.5. Joel Shankle, of Gurham, N.C, finished third
to give the U.S. another clean sweep in the Olympic Games.
He was far 'back until the
final lap but with the crowd
cheering him on and Ian
Bruce of Australia racing a a-longs'de
longs'de a-longs'de him, trying to draw
him out for more speed,
Campbell turned on all the
speed ho could in an all-out
' blast down the last 200 yards.
Milt pounded home In 4:50.8.
A better effort might have won
him a world record, but even
this was plenty to erase the dis disappointment
appointment disappointment of his defeat as an
18-year-old schoolboy in the last
Olympics and erase the record
of Mathias, the man who beat
Campbell actually had only
one bad event. He had bad luck
in the pole vault, clearing only
11 feet, Va Inches. It so Infu Infuriated
riated Infuriated him, he flopped on his
blanket and hit his head against
the ground several times.
On the first decathlon day,
Campbell ran the 100-meter
dash in 10:8; broad jumped 24
feet, Inch; tossed the shot 48
feet, five inches; high jumped
six feet, 2 'A inches, and ran the
400-meter in 48.8 seconds.
Then today, as some of his ri rivals
vals rivals came down with various
hips and muscular strains, the
205-pound Campbell skipped
over the 110-meter hurdles in 14
seconds flat; hurled the discus
147 feet, 5 Va inches, pole vaulted
11 feet, IVa inches; fired the
Javelin 187 feet, Va inches and
then made 4:60.6 in the 1500 me meters.
ters. meters. He grabbed his lead over ;
Johnson even before the world
record-holder suffered his lnju-
ry yesterday, excelling in three
Southern Leaders Plan Organized
Opposition To Bus Integration
ATLANTA, Nov. 30 (UP)-South-ern
leaders today planned to orga organize
nize organize South wide opposition to the
intention of U. S. Atty. Gen. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Brownell Jr. to force bus seg segregation
regation segregation out of existence.
Georgia officials attending a
states' rights council dinner Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night called for a "strate "strategy
gy "strategy meeting" of Southern gover governors
nors governors and U.S. senators to organize
opposition to threatened federal le legal
gal legal actiin.
Govs. J. P. Coleman of Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi and Marvin Griffin of Geor
gia were reported to have agreed
to the idea after Brownell sum
moned federal attorneys general
of 14 Southern states to a Wash Washington
ington Washington conference on Dec. 10.
Brownell said a recent u. J. !u-
preme Court decision has made it
"clear" that anv city or state bus
segregation law "must be regard
cd as a dead letter" and he wants
the federal government to over
First word of the Dixie confer conference
ence conference indicated it might be held
at i.he same time as BrownelTs
but Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook of
Georgia said the governors will
wait "until after MVR. Brownell
pops off again."
Griffin commented: "I'm watch
ing with a great deal of interest''
and added, "As governor I Will ba
true to the laws of Georgia, the.
opiniin of Herbert Brownell not
m l ? a u u ? t ies
Olanketed either by City bUS ne
segregation laws or state laws
having the same effect.
A spokesman who asked not U I
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RECORD TOSS Tarry O' O'Brien,
Brien, O'Brien, of Santa Monica, Calif.,
sets a new Olympic record
as he puts the shot 60 feet,
of the first five events and fin
lshihg second In the other two.
Today, he led them all In the
'hurdles and finished well in all
be identified accused Brownell of
"provoking something that is' dan dangerous,
gerous, dangerous, in an attempt to move in
before final judgement from the
He noted that officials of Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., where the federal
suit originated, have asked for a
re-hearing and that the Supreme
Court indicated it would announce
by Dec. 11 or 12 whether it will
There was no immediate indica indication
tion indication of how many governors will
attend the Dixie conference. Govs.
James E. Folsom of Alabama and
George Bell Timmerman Jr. o f
South Carolina refused comment
Some 700 Georgia States' Rights
Council members, whose segrega-
tionist organization resembles the
white citizens councils of other
states in its purpose, applauded
The dinner was held to raise
funds for court oppositign to inte
gration suits and for a 1 million
carry the South
viewpoint to the rest of the nation.
Co Into Effect
In El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, Nov. 30 (UP)
Prohibition of the sale of alcd
hoMc beverages durng week-ends
and on holidays will become ef-
fpftivp npyl lAmArrnw thrnitirhnul
Er slvador- A ban n carrying
firearms and Steel wranons snrh
as machetes and knives will also
be effective during week-ends and,
but the pole vault which went,
as expected, to the Olympic
champ, the Rev. Bob Richards
of Laverne, Calif.
Richards, however began to
limp early in the going today
ana decided to quit before the
The women's shot put final
produced an upset as Tamara
Tychkevitch defeated her Rus Russian
sian Russian teammate, world and
Olympic record-holder Gallna
The new champion's final toss
of the day went 54 feet, five
inches, bettering the Olympic
mark of 50 feet, 1 inches Miss
Zybina set four years ago.
Juan captllla, Mexico's classy
little diver, grabbed the lead In
the springboard event ltrom
Bob Clotworthy of Mountain Mountainside,
side, Mountainside, N.J., by a slim margin aft after
er after six dives.
Marine Who Sent
Is Packing, Too
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (UP)
Brig. Gen. David F. O'Neill, the
Marine officer who ordered the
wives and dependents of Marines
out of Japan, has been ordered
back to a U. S. post.
The Marine Corps said the
change in command 'was in no
way connected with the O'Neill or
der to dependents
n'Noiii Ammn ik.
v iitiu, nun tiMiiiimuuci VI UIC
1st Marine Aircraft Wine in Ja-
non a (
ami. where he will command Ma-!
rine Aircraft Groupi 31. t . riDbean commana statt ana tor
O'Neill created an uproar when1 The husband then telephoned routine consultation with the MA MA-he
he MA-he recently ordered the wives and the sheriff's office. "I must be I AG and Mission chiefs.
Hnnnt. hi. mK.t crazv." he said. "I lust killed mv Countries being visited by the
to leave Japan and return to the
United States. Some of the wives,
who had paid their own way to
Japan, strongly protested the or order.
der. order. Aussie Police
SYDNEY. Australia. Nov. 30
(UP) Threats against the life of
the Duke of Edinburgh caused
Australian police to double the 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour guard protecting him today.
Police said they thought the
threatening letters came from lun
atics, but they were taking no
Pentagon Brainwash Changed Mind
Of Lt. Who Resigned from AForce?
NEW YORK, Nov. 30 (UP) A day, presumably for a hearing. 'fense whatsoever" at his trialiOamboa and by five granqchll granqchll-former
former granqchll-former Air Force chaplain charged but determined that he was not in Mississippi. dren: W. H. DeVore of Los Rlos,
Wednesday night that a Pentagon
hrainwash caused Negro Lt. Titus
A. Saunders to change his mind
and resign his commission.
The Rev. Benjamin H. Adams,
ottiimieis i-iiamain in ine Air,
Force at Columbus, Miss., in 1954.
when Saunders was convicted of
drunken driving, was interviewed
about the case on a Mutual Broad-
casting system program.
Saunders charged the Pentagon is e thing that co aosed him. "I In the accident that led to Saun Saun-gave
gave Saun-gave him the choice of resigning Adams said he believed the ders' conviction, his car, driven
or being cashiered as a result of'nv. i v i Saunders was "hldibv a woman, atruck an auto
pressure from Sen. John Stennis
H.Micc l CnmmntinH lrt 41ia D.a
tagon, he finally withdrew from
his drtprminatinn not tn rr:ion
Adams said the unanamed Penl
tagon official toM him that Sun-
came to the Pentagon Fri-j
'Let the people know the truth and the
Nation Under Kadar Into Tofal Anarch
BUDAPEST. Nov. 30 CUP)
Workers leaders served notice on
' i luxiit
that Hungary will be plunged into
total anarchy if he continues to re reject
ject reject their demands.
A spokesman for the Central
Workers Council of Greater Buda Budapest
pest Budapest issued the warning as the
council opened fresh talks with
the puppet Premier.
It followed new indications that
Kadar's regime has switched to
the "hard line" iof Stalinism to
impose control on the rebellious
country which ignored bis pleas
Fleeing Hungarians reported
new minefields laid along the
Austrian border. The government
retracted its day-old promise of
amnesty to refugees who would
return. Government sources said
lli nrL?l L.
fnr HnniiriL h hJn
for Hungarians who had foreign
vicTt .hT.,T Yon 10
The Budapest workers council
said its current talks with Kadar
would be "the most decisive yet"
in a series that has dragged on
for three weeks without results.
"We are the last legal body
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Over Dead Wife
(Hot His Own)
LITTLE VALLEY, N.Y., Nov. 30
(UP) A youn'g milkman, sur surprised
prised surprised in the bedroom of a house housewife
wife housewife by her enraged husband who
shot her to death, took his own
life Wednesday night in front of
the funeral parlor where her body
had been taken.
The body of the milkman, Albert
Marsh, 23, was found slumped in
the front seat of his car. Beside
him were a .22 caliber rifle and
a funeral bouquet of 25 red roses
with the note:
"These roses are for Sue. Life
without Sue is nothing."
The housewife, Mrs. Sue Ann
Riggs, 24, mother of three chil;
dren, was shot three times early
Wednesday with a .38 caliber au
tomatic pistol by her husband,
Ralph. 26, who returned home
early unexpectectedly from a busi
Riggs found Marsh hiding in the
closet of his wife's bedroom.
"Get out," he shouted at his
wife, who cringed in bed in her
nisfht dress. Riggs then rushed
: 7 V. I ml aL' ,
into another room, grabbed thel The trip, which began today
nistofand shot her to death. Marshlfrom the Canal Zone, is for onen-
d after a brief struggle with
Police apprehended Marsh for Brazu, Uruguay and Peru.
Questioning but released hlm.l Members of the Caribbean com com-Riggs
Riggs com-Riggs was charged with first de- mand staff on the tour, in addition
are murder and was held for alto Heath, are: Brig. Gen. George
December grand jury after he
waived examination at a
The three Riggs children, Ralnh,
3, Christie, 2, and Mary, 4 months,
were asleep in another bedroom
during the shooting.
PASSAIC, N.J., Nov. 20 (UP)
An 11-year-old boy told police
Wednesday he shot an a row in into
to into tha sido of a house because
ho cou'dn't find a barn to Hi Hi-prove
prove Hi-prove a taunt that he couldn't
hit a barn door.
going to resign.
"Until 2 or 2:30 in the afternoon
''e held very firmly against all
that could be thrown against him.
n i later in the afternoon peoolei
oeKun iu iaiK 10 rum aDOUt veier-
ans benefits, the wife and kids
"That is what I am told bv the
Pentagon oiticial and he said that
under cover because there were
ILiAra mtii. U.t I- 1
that justice might eventually be
Anno inat pertain ntititlc ...
neclallv oeonle in Miaaiaalnni! had
to be placated.
Adams said Saunders "had ne,
PANAMA, ft. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 31, 1958
said. "If wm fail there will K
spontaneous strike throughout the
cuumry ana we win not ne a Die
to control the workers
"Total anarchy will follow," the
The Budapest council said It
had three priority demands to lay
1. An opportunity for the work
ers council leaders to meet with
Millions, Homes Needed
For Refugees Fleeing Reds
30 UP Th United Nations
lthrouhout the world to grant
haven ,nd 10 mil)lon dollars t0
the thousands of Hungarian refu-
gees streaming into Austria from
nI am a worried man," said
James Read, deputy high com
missioner for refugees. "The situ situation
ation situation is desperate."
The appeal was made as the
, General Assembly waited for Sec
retary General Dag Hammar
skjold to report on his efforts to
get U.N. representatives into
Despite a Moscow radio broad
cast saying Hungary would deny
the request, some Asian delega delegations
tions delegations here believed the Soviet Soviet-backed
backed Soviet-backed government of Janos Ka Kadar
dar Kadar would let Hammarskjold in
The flood of Hungarians fleeing,
into Austria has been so far above,
original expectations that the U.N.
refugee experts raised their luno luno-raising
raising luno-raising goal from 6.5 million dol dollars
lars dollars to 10 million dollars.
Hammarskjold and Read sent a
letter to all U. N. members plus
West Germany. Japan, South Ko
rea, Monaco, San Marino, Switzer
land, the Vatican and Viet Nam
Ft 1 nnJ Ulillmn. An Clin A,
IVCdU auu -r limy us ut; uto,
undersecretary in charge of relief
te the Hungarian people, sent
Gen. Heath, Staff
Officers On 15-Day
Maj. Gen. Louis T. Heath, Chief
of Staff of the Caribbean Com-
imand, and a group of senior staff
officers are making a 15-day tour
of U. S. military advisory assist
ance groups and military missions
in four South American countries,
Headquarters Caribbean Com-
mand announced today.
tation of new members of the Ca-
' headouarters party are Argentina,
F. Schlatter, USAF, assistant chief
of statt for operations ana pians
(J-3); tapt. Frame k. More, u&in,
chief of the plans division J-3; Lt.
Col. Paul N. Harlow, USAF, J-2;
Lt. Col. Eugene P. Richter, USAF,
military aid officer J-4; and Lt.
Robert E. Classen, USN, aide to
Gen. Heath for the South Ameri American
can American visit.
In addition to the officers from
Headquarters Caribbean com
mand, Col. J. P. Kaylor, USA, as-
sitant chief of Staff G-2, and Lt.
T. A. Arnold, chief of the training
division, G-3, of the U.S. Army
Caribbean staff are in the official
i "liie day before his defense law-
yer had had a meeting with the
Citizens Council in Columbus." he;and Sharon and Jack DeVore,
said. "The next day he had no Jr.. of Balboa: and by three
defense. .No one spoke in his be-J
Adams earlier told United Press
that Saunders "is completely inno-
cent and that he is a victim of
circumstance and racial preju
driven by a white woman. Saun-
AAy ma. ,k. kaeie
of moving the car 18 feet out of
Una nf traffic tha accident
An Air Forre nffirer can he dis-
charged following conviction for
either a felony or a misdemeanor.'
country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
eviled Pmi w. n. muk
leal symbol of Hungary's struggle
2. Workers councils must be
established in every branch of
national activity. Kadar has in insisted
sisted insisted that they be confined to the
factories and mines and excluded
from government administration
3. The right of the workers to
I separate appeals to non-govern-
j mental organizations.
Read told newsmen thlt the
latest figures showed 96,000 reff
ugees had entered Austria from
Hungary and only 22,000 of them
had been taken to other countries.
He said the daily rate of flow
into Austria is about 1,800 greater
than the flow from Austria to
other countries, posing a "momen
tous" refugee problem for that
Read and do Seynes said the
10 million dollar estimate was forask congress in January for fund"
i-b a "minimum nanncGilmc Af thfl i a. ..
refugees and entirely apart from
whatever donations, either In cash
i. ...i. 1. 1 inn i.cttoo.v. --
or services, are inu uj ""B-
pendent volunteer agencies.
r,vn ii we ucyanuic
! catches up with the influx, the
it N. figures at least 60,000 ref
ueees wni have to be cared for
on Austrian soil for at least six
Read had high praise for some
European countries which have
provided trains to bring refugees
into their own borders as quickly
as possible. He noted France and
Great Britain nave onerea 10 ac accept
cept accept unlimited numbers.
Switzerland already has taken
In 4.000: France 3.000: West Ger
many 3.600: Sweden 1,100; the
Netherlands 2,000; Belgium 3,000;
Italy 1,100 and the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom 3 350.
Read said that so far only 610
refugees have come to the United
States and none to the Latin
American countries. But he added
that this was largely because it
was more difficult to arrange
Hungary Of Selling
Red Cross Supplies
VIENNA, Nov. 30 (UP) -Refugees
arriving today accused
Hungary's Communist regime of
selling International Red Cross
supplies at black market prices
to offset the strike by Hungarian
Danish butter and other com commodities
modities commodities rarely seen in Hungary
were being sold at government government-controlled
controlled government-controlled food stores in Budapest
and elsewhere, the refuges said.
Labels indicated that the cans of
food wre Red Cross supplies.
Prices were far above normal.
Mrs. Lucy de Yore
Dies In Gorgas
At 91 Years Of Age
Mrs. Lucy De Vore, one of the
oldest residents of the Canal
Zone, died this morning at Qor Qor-gas
gas Qor-gas Hospital. She was 91 years
Mrs. De Vore came to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone in 1947 after the death
of her husband in the United
States and has made her home
in Balboa with a son, Jack B. De
She Is also survived by an another
other another son. L. H. De Vore. of
Fherman E)e Vpre of Alabama,
Josenh Schmitt of Central, cat.
Memorial services will be held
at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at tne Gor-
gas Monuary unapei. ine ibu ibu-ly
ly ibu-ly has asked that no flowers be
NAHA, Okinawa, Nov. 30 (UP)
Okinawa's "Tea House of the
August Moon" was placed off lim limits
its limits today to all U.S. military per
sonnel. There was untaxed liquor
on the premises,
publish their own newspaper. r
Kadar flatty rejected the firs
two demands in his last meetins
with council leaders. He promise
to aiscuss the newspaper proji
witn ms ministers.
Hungary's workers were indigfl
nant over Kadar's "no quarte
speech to the nation Sunday. If
it he promised "dictatorship
counter-revolutionaries and gang
sters." workers leaders said
could include anyone who Spoke
out against the regime.
Under the tension-easing polici
after statin's death toe gover
mem had removed the minefle
that sealed off escape to Aust:
and the west.
Now the mines were going bacfl
in place to do the job Russiar
soldiers failed to do in stoppii
the flood of men, women and chili
dren who had had enough of Com!
Ike May Ask Solons
For Atomic Age
Air Raid Shelters
WASHINGTON. Nov SO fUP
I A Civil Defense spokesman sai
torfav Prirlnr F.Upnhowpr ma
r,o si.art ronsr.nifT.ion of a svsr.
of. atomic-age air raid shelter
Ha aM fiiril nafnnin AJm4niJ
rfv w vim vhiciidi; xmvi'MJUian
trator Val Peterson recommend
i the program and it is now unde
tudv hv tha Riwrt Bniaii
bureau is working on Mr. EisenJ
hower's budget for the ne fiscal
Under Petersoa's recommend
non, uongrss would De asxed X
put up 200 million dollars to ge
the program underway. But til
nation-wide shelter system even
tually would cost billions.
The spokesman emphasized that
ine contemplated shelter system
would supplement, not replace, th
present evacuation program undai
which the public is urged to flee
ciues in me event of an enemj
Even if cities were evacuated
ne saw, the public still would nee
sneiters for protection against!
Civil Defense authorities experiJ
mentea wun a numoer of shelter
designs during atomic tests in
Nevada. It has one or two others
it wants to try In future tests.
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