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list IEAK ; --. w r. - j PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1951 . V U .. FIY1 CTNTf
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?P Protests Return
: Th Panama Tortfgn Offic .dispatched a fait note
' yesterday to the U. Sf Embassy reiterating Panama'i posi position
tion position regarding thejnatallatidn and operation of televi television
sion television station by local U. S. Army authorities. ;
, : The note followed on the heels of yesterday's an announcement
nouncement announcement by U. S. Amy Caribbean that commercial, ad advertising
vertising advertising would no longer be cut from the television pro pro-grams
grams pro-grams telecast by thef Caribbean forces Network; ; ;
The note said the government
of Panama understands that
th. operation of the television
station by the VS. Armed Forc Forces
es Forces will not xay from the Pur Purposes
poses Purposes for which the United
Btateg has been granted certain
rights, power and authority.
These "rights, ; 'power anoV au authority"
thority" authority" eonutned in Article III
of the 1903 treaty were granUd
for the specific purpose of the
construction, maintenance, func func-tioning
tioning func-tioning and protecUon of the
Panama Canal, yesterday's note
Part Of Caillard
fiaillnril Hichway-between Dia
bio Crossing and Coro?l Crossing
s !1 bf oto to one-wy nort h-
ht"i faffic- only after I o'clock
, , n.rt-mng to permit Main
!..,. it:e Divi n forces'" td cpm-
plete extensive improvemwJt work.
. ". 1 i f .'i fftl'
" The project. 'which Is f contina-;
tion Of the worK aireaay aono Be Between
tween Between Tivoli Crossing and Diablo
Crossing, will involve the repair
of the roadbed and .the resurfac
ing of the road with a hot asphalt
The oneway reslrlctioit' on'trat
fic will be m effect for approxi
mately four weeks. Southbound
traffic will use Barth.Road during
3 British Soldiers
Shot From' Behind
By Cypriot Gunmen
' NICOSIA, Cyprus, Sept. 29
(UP Cypriot gunmen shot
three British soldiers from be behind
hind behind on "murder mile" here to today,
day, today, killing two of them.
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, The third soldier fell wounded
and returned the fire of the at attackers,
tackers, attackers, but they escaped.
The Shooting occurred during
the busiest part of the day on
Ledra Street, known as murder
mile for the series of Eoka rebel
attacks against British along the
street lrj past months. ----
' Police Immediately roped off
the area and began a house-to-hoie
x?J?J?nI Ai, 'l 8ubmachlnes 8 n and clips of ammunition shown above were seized early
I ,-,TnI 2 w.h fcNatlna Guard detachment captu red Jaime Padilla Beliz. former editor of the weekly pocket
Lei nn h wSry(? t0JcTro?s Pe Panamanian border from Costa Rica with a shipment of arms. Padilla
Lena and his companions, Jose Buffo and Luis S. Bernier, were brought to Panama city yesterday in a special plans.
"The government of Panama
considers tah t fcls the funda
mental basis of the relations be between
tween between Panama and the U.S., a-
greed upon in the 1938 ana ms
treaties, that the activities of
the government of the,U.S. in
the canat zone will have as its
aim to safeguard the benefits of
the canal for the two countries
which made Its construction
possible," the note said.
The, logical consequence of
these adtivlties should on t u
any cas cause damage to the
economy of Panama," the note
added. , -
Loose Diving Board
Tekes Life Of
' Panama was shocked to learn
of the death of eight-year-old
Francisco Arias, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alberto Arias and nephew
of President' Rlcardo Arias at
The- boy was killed ,when i
Ibose divine board over an emp
ty swimming pool at the home
of his grandmother, Mrs, t Car Carmen
men Carmen de Arias, gave way under
his weight, and he fell ten feet
into the empty; pool. The board
feu in such a way that it lana
ed on his. head and killed him.
. .The accident happened while
the Arias children were prepar preparing
ing preparing to leave for a parity. A Na
tional Guardsman on duty at
the home, found the body.
Funeral services were held at
9 o'clock this morning at the
Cristo Rey Church. v i
No Classes Monday
In Latin American
Schools ; Of Clone i
Classes In the Canal Zone's la latin
tin latin American schools will h Jis.
missed for the entire day Monday,
inauguration uay in me Republic
of Panama, Gov. W. E. Potter an-
nnounced yesterday. i
The Governor's announcement.
maae in me lorra 01a a memoran memorandum
dum memorandum o bureau directors, also
stated that those eniDlnve it
ditmg yo eitness the inaugural cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies might ; be excused for
the morning of Oct 1, provided
theirservices can be spared. These
aosences win charged to leave.
(TJP) President Eisenhower
expressed regret today over
the death of Nicaragnaa Pres President
ident President Anastasto Somota as a
result of a "dastardly attack"
by, an assasrn. .:.-..
In a special statement Issued
by the White House, Mr. Elsen
hower also paid trlbuit to Somp-
za for his menasmp wiw tne
United States. ..;v,;
The White House said the
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
also setn a special personal
message of condolence to Somo-
Za'S WidOW. 'r-y:?
The president's statement
Said: ;t V .'; k"-L?--
"The nation and I personally
regret the death of president
Somoza of Nicaragua as a result
of the 'dastardly attack made
upon him several days ago by
an assassin. ; -: 1
"President Somoza constantly
emphasized, both publicly and
privately, his friendship for the
U.8. a friendship (that persisted
until the moment of his death."
Mr. E'senhower met Somota
at the Panama Conference of
presidents last Jufe. Upon
learning of the attack on So Somoza,
moza, Somoza, Mr. Eisenhower ordered
A special medical team flown
from Panama te Somoza's bed-
side In Nicaragua. 1.
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, Maj. Glen. Leonard D. Heaion.
who performed the' abdominal
operation 0 nthe President last
June, also wat flow to assist
Somoza. ' t
30 Injured In Fire
Coastwise Ship :
SAO Paulo, Brazil, Sept. v 29 -(UP)
Nearly 30 persons were re
oortd injured and two other a
were believed missing yesterday
as' a result, of fire aboard the Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian 1,249 ton coastwise ship Carl
nopecae. y '- t:
The ship carried 134 passengers
and 32 crewmen.? It caught fire
off Point Raipu, near the -Santos
Harbor, and was- beached.
The British S.S.; Northman and
other craft came-, alongside and
picked a number of survivors.
Rams Denmark f
Railway Bridge ts
' AALBORQ, Denmark, Sept. 29
(UP The British tanker At.-
trallty rammed a rainway bridge
here yesterday. -..! ,7-1
Two entire spans of the struc structure
ture structure collapsed into the water.
The tanker received superficial
damage to the bow. 1 1
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CANAL ZONE POLICEMAN guards the door of Gorg&s morgue
'today. Inside 1 the body of Nicaragua's late President Anas Anas-taslo
taslo Anas-taslo Somoza.
Luis Somoza -Tells People
Of His Father's Death:
MANAGUA,' 8ept..29.(UP) 8ept..29.(UP)-Acting
Acting 8ept..29.(UP)-Acting president Luis Somoza
said today his father's, body
would be brought here from' the
Panama Canal zone lor burial,
In a communique directed 'to
the Nicaraguan people," tne 34-year-old
elder" son of the dead
"strong man," also appealed for
continuation 01 "tne nigh spirit
of serenity and patriotism'
which has prevailed since an as
sassin snot jus lainer, - 1
The communique said;
To the Nicaraguan people: people:-"WVth
"WVth people:-"WVth the most profound Sor
row! must lniorm tne Nicara
guan people that between 4 a.m.
and 5 a.m. president Somoza
died at Corgas hospital in Pan Panama
ama Panama as a result of a serious com complication
plication complication which developed last
night. ... f
'As acting president I -V have
given the necessary orders for
ithe transfer of the remains of
the president to Managua where
solemn funeral with honors cor
responding to his position will
be elven in tribute in a urogram
which Is being planned now.
These are difficult hours;! or
Nicaragua. I make a fervent
call to the citizenry to continue
maintaining the high spirit of
serenity and patriotism and to
cooperate with the armed forces
of the nation, which guarantee
public order and tranquility, in
order to strengthen the high
alms of peace and harmony
which. General Somoza, as does
nis son, aeienaea.
"In the name of the Nicara
guan people I pray to God for
the eternal rest of General So
moza 'Whose fertile national
work was the fruit of his con
stant efforts on behalf of the
greatness and prosperity of his
beloved Nicaragua." ;i
lker Adlai Favor
Asking Reds To US
- WASHINGTON. Sept. 29 (UP)
Both President Eisenhower
and Adlal Stevenson favor in
vitina: Soviet bloc rtpresenta
tives to observe the windup of
the 1856 Presidential campaign.
The State Department dis
closed yesterday that it sent Jn
vitations about 10 days ago to
Russia, Czechoslovakia, Poland,
Hungary and Romania to send
twq or three election observers.
Informed sources said the an-
proval of both the President and
the Democratic Presidential
nominee was sought in advance.
Stevenson's spokesmen at Mil
waukee, Wis., said they knew
nothing about Stevenson's per permission
mission permission being sought in advance.
However, Roger Tubby, Steven Stevenson's
son's Stevenson's assistant press secretary,
said Stevenson; "would have no
Government officials said on
ly acceptance of the Communists
invitations is holding up final
plans for the visit which Is ex expected
pected expected to cost the United States,
The visitors would come about
Oct. 21 and stay through Elec
tion Day when they probably
would be In New York City. Of
flcials are preparing an ltlner
ary calling for stops In up to 30
cities throughout the nation.-
As part of advance planning.
Fan American Airways already
has received approval of the Ci Civil
vil Civil Aeronautics Board to fly the
visitors here free of charge. Pan
American's action was taken at
the request of the State Depart Department
ment Department which has only limited
funds for the project.. v
To Sacred Heart
The body of President Anastasio Somoza Will lie in state
in the, Sacred Heart Chapel Ancon, from this evening till
tomorrow, when it will; be flown to ManaguaN z
Flags in the Canal Zone and Panama are flying at half
mast today for the Nicaraguan president who died of bul-.
Jet wounds in Corgas hospital at 5:05 this morning. t
; 'A military honor guard will accompany the body of the assassinated
president from Gorgas Hospital morgue to the chapel at 5 p.mStodaft
and from the chapel to the plane at Albrook tomorrow. :
Gov. William E. Potter has extended tlie deepest sympathy of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone community to Seiwra Salvdora de Somoza and to Senora LU
lian Somoza de Setilla Sacasa who w ere at the bedside when the Presu
dent died. ':'.' jj
. v-t u.u l unuinui
J?f 71? n th?
- Somoza's death came unexpectedly, since he had been reported recovering from
the effects of the four shots pumped into him at the Nicaraguan city of Le6n on the
night of Sept. 21
However, Col. Charles O. Bruce, Canal Zone Health Director
condition, took a turn for the worse last nisht. -'
He said on ir.crsed Jccline l;sa"sUil5c.r;firriJnt-!.t". Five Hours Li;r, i.
Nicaraguan chief executivt died. ; v,. :7 ',-
j Bruce ascribed death to general fatigue of the body and Somoza's inability t
make o recovery from his very serious' injuries. ; '
Bruce said Urs. Somnr ti i
been prepared for her husband's
aeatn since he began to sink
round midnight, -
- Both Bruce and Potter paid tri tribute
bute tribute to her courage. :
"Mrs. Somota is one of the
nravest women I have ever seen,"
Potter said. ( i-.-l'
' "I'll second that Bruce ddiA
tomorrow. A U. S. military guard
of honor will accompany the. body
)k k 1 -. ti i i
w mo piaac l AloroOK field.
Sevllla-Sacasa said NicSraguans;
would never forget the help : re received
ceived received from the United States' in'
the past week. He thanked hospi
tal omciais lor tneir cooperation
in the name of the Nicaraguan
people, their government and the
Somoza family. . ( ., r
U.S. help In the treatment ef
Semexe had been swift, with
Pretident Eisenhower ordering
medical men here and In Wash Wash-Ington
Ington Wash-Ington te rush te the Nicaraguan
chief executive's easlatance.
The cham of events which led to
Somoza's death began eight days
A week sgo Friday nieht. Som-
sa and his wife were attending a' Somoza was flown to Albrook president of the Nicaraguan
party In his honor at the Casa del Field early last Sunday morning Congress, and Anastasio, Jr., 32,
Obrero, a workers' club in Leon,; and his case taken in hand1 by a Is a colonel and head of Jfioar Jfioar-45
45 Jfioar-45 miles north of Managua. (team headed by Maj. Gen. Leo- agua's National Guard, ., Army
wwie the guests were dene-
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TOUGH INSPECTION Col R. Garrett, lef f, headquarters commandant, Fort Amador, In.'
spects youngsters of Cub Scout Den 1, Pack 19, during a recent Pack meeting at the Sunday
School, Fort Amador. -The Cubs are, left to right, Billy Land, Milton Short, Mike Blndulskl,'
Jeffrey post, Robert Clark, who is having his fingernails Inspected and Raymond Kindred.
-All of the boys are from Quarry Heights. Pack 19 Is made up of dens from Quarry- Heights
and Fort Amador. The Inspection was held prior to a Webelow ceremony. (U.S. Army Photc$
r rronivfu mcarao Arias
dramatic Gorgas fight
big5 .Rigob.rte Lopes Peres, M, J Reed Hospital in Wsshlngton and
Nicaraguta who had formerly i the man who operated on Presi Presi-been
been Presi-been in exile, walked up te So- ; dent Eisenhower for ileitis earlier
moil, polled eof a .31
pittel end opened fire. Four bul bullets
lets bullets struck the Preildent.
- One bullet entered the right 'fore-1
arm, shattering the bone. Anoth-
er entered the i upper riht shoul-
der. Another hit him in the richt
The assassin was killed on the
spot by the President's body.
He had publicly proclaimed
. his hatred for Someie end appe appe-rejitly
rejitly appe-rejitly acted en hia own. There
was no sign ef organized revolu revolu-tienery
tienery revolu-tienery ectivity. But the Nicara Nicara-guan
guan Nicara-guan government Immedietely
took emergency meeaures end
ordered the arrest of ebeut 300
persons, meny of whom later
1 iwer laftrf. .. .. l
rushed to his side from the Canal
(Zone at President Eisenhower's
nard D. Heaton, head of Walter
After he was wounded, Somozl' w"ned Wm of the Impending
was taken to Managua general hos-,end- ;--" ,, ir :
pital from Leon by helicopter last1 After Somoza died, gevilla-'Sa-Saturday
morning. ; icasa notified Luis and his
A team of Goreas oh vipln' brother Anastasio, Jr.. bothf
.A i '.
were in somoza s
to save his life ended, i
i this year.
Bruce said he could not tell
whether Somoza suffered a. cer
ebral hemorrhage. But he said
th president's rate df recovery
from a partial paralysis induced
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died wer his wife, his daughter,
Lillian. and. her husband, GuL
llermo Sevllla-Sacasa, in the yd i
Jacent suite were President JU
cardo Arias Of Panama and Gov.
ernor: William I. Potter of the
Canal Zone. - ; ',1
Sevilla-Sacasa said he had
called Luis, Somoza, 34, Hh
president's elder son, an hour
before his father's death and
whom remained In Managua,
the Nicaraguan capital Luis
Somoza actins head of state am
and Police Forced ; ? ';
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tawa tnr la keep rfce lattait M-alrae" ta aaa pet baa a.
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a nipaa-iaUiff fat ttaNawata at selaieai
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V- "!' MOVING UTTERANCE ..." -I
Sir: : i
I wish that the nroner US authorities would enforce that
part of the Treaty which terminates Commissary privileges lor.)
iocal-rate employes one step lurtner tnat is w move au so so-called
called so-called "local ravers" who live in the Canal Zone to Panama
where they belong and take the "privileges" away from them,
too. Then, all would be! fair. As I unoerstand it, the whole
business of taking the "privileges? away was Panama's own idea
to improve the economy of that country. If such Is the case,
why not include all the Panamanian citizens in this category?
Vvny should oe a select few because 'of residence in the Zone
a the Commissary privileges while their brothers who do
not live In the Zone have, them taken away? I say move the
Panamanians back to their own country, take all their privi privileges
leges privileges away and end all this so-called resentment against the
Ho government's- "taking way the privileges."
Sick and Tired American Taxpayer.
ROUND THE DIABLO HORN
Talking about the Sues Canal, we have one right here in
the canal Zone that is -causing all of us trouble. .They built a
rond across the railroad tracks from the Diablo to Al brook en entrances.
trances. entrances. -Now thev have made this expensive crossing a one
way street when 1 can see no earthly need for this restriction.
They still make us go "down around the Horn" and back up
to Diablo, instead, ol making use of the road for the purpose
for which it was built. I wonder wnai mit genius tnougnt oi
that bright idea. It certainly wasn't one of their uneducated
foreman, ilx thev have too much sense for such a dumb stunt
Let's get on the ball and open this up.
Talking about genuises, lot's get rid of all safety men, all
those expeits preaching about what to do when the atom bomb
comes (can't remember, their title) all Personnel men who are
, going crazy on this Supervisory Training monkey business, all
Incentive Awards, and all Cost Unconsciousness dreamers, get
bacJc to the old practical days and get something done.
, While we are at it, let's also tell that "Junior Miss'.' to quit
peeking up men's pants legs and complaining. If she wants to
peelt up pants legs it OK, but let's not complain of what we
seeEeminds me of the old girl who complained to her land landlord
lord landlord about the man next door taking a shower in the nude.
The landlord said the man had the lower half of his window clos closed
ed closed and he could see nothing. The old girl says, "Yes but Just
stand up on this chair and you can see every thing." ;
Also why don't the PX's initiate n little discipline in their
stores. The vradlos. which they have for sale, are going full
blast all-day on music direct from tho depths of Calidonia. A A-bout
bout A-bout half the clerks have sex instead of sales on their minds,
and I mean both the men and the women. The exception is
the American girls recently hired in the PX's, who sure improve;
the- layouts.; : castle.
' THANKS, GOROAS
- mi a hi in uiiv Enan i u i.i ft i in aa iiiuii:ii hiilim bi vmu .
AaiV Hiau w wv"w -w,
plalners. do-gooders, agitators and, in many cases, sincere peo-
Die can say what they would lite their fellow men to know.
' 1 have Been a patient in Gorgas Hospital for the past two
. i4v u.;,iut. t n-nnii nirn tn f5k thin onnortunitv
to express my sincere, appreciation to .the entire Btaff of Gor.
' gas Hospital., They have all been most cheerful and efficient
in the performance of their duties.. j
" Not only has Doctor West of the polio ward and his staff
been helpful and encouraging, but also I would like to cite the
' outstanding work done by the physical therapy sUff andthe
attention given me by all of the personnel on Ward 14. Their
attitude, kindness, and considerate' treatment has been what I
consider well above" and beyond the call of normal duty.
. I am being evacuated to the United States for further hos hospitalization
pitalization hospitalization nearer to my home. I am sure there is no finer
attention available anywhere in the world than I have receiv receiv-edTwhlle
edTwhlle receiv-edTwhlle a patient at Gorgas Hospital.
I Vernon M. Csmbill
Hospital Corpsman Second Class
Don't sit and wail
or "Lady I uck"
o and meet her
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It's a "must lor
By VICTOft RIIfEL
They re dancing again in the
seamy nUs off the waterfront
you know the joints. Spindle
chairs along peeling walls and the
four-piece orchestra, downbeat
bouncing off the tin roof. And
when you scratch a little under
that ceiling, you find that the
Communists again are foxily trot-
unx out me gals in the sweaters
to keep the seamen happy and
the party's waterfront section in
As in days of eld. back in th
Thirties, the gals are making bold
wiin tne waterfront mm. thev ran
get into the hail. For there's tur turbulence
bulence turbulence coming on the strategic
aocxs oi new xorx, and the Com Communists
munists Communists want to fish in' these
troubled waters. -..--
From these oiers sail freiahten
laden with the vital electronic
methods of modern war, and the
Communists once more are plant planting
ing planting their people sleepers we call
tnem. -;. r
Over at the Bi-State Waterfront
Commission set up by the states
of New York and New Jersey, a
special anti-subversive unit meets
once a week
For the significance' of this
unit's work. I eive voa here a sec
tion of the commission's latest re
port so that we can set all this
in the proper perspective and
know jast how. we are endangered
at wis moment wnea more man
sand can fly in the jittery Near
'Another aspect of the protec
tion or the port, aside from safe
guarding its lacuities. is tne ex
pulsion of subversive elements
seeking work in the port," warns
"The commission Is very much
awarevof the importance of this
phase of its work. Realizing that
a concerted drive using the lacui
ties of all interested law enforce
ment agencies is necessary to at
tack this problem, the commission
' teteir: (IKM ) lit 1 ''.1lir'N
B BOB RUARK
v p pr &n ry n
Drew Pearson says: Sen Jack
Kennedy expected to Swing Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts to Stevenson; ixe
winced at hostile farm signs w
Iowa; GOP is now hustling to
win.- v i
I have been considering bald when determining what sort of dent,
'BOSTON If you ask NewL
t-ngiana p e 1 1 r i e a I observers
whether Eisenhower, will carry
Massachusetts, most "will tell you
that it depends oa the brilliant
young senator from this state
wne came within a hairsbreadth
oi winning tne democratic vice
presidential nomination at Chi'
iiui au oi mem win ten vou
At- A ...
umi, ox course. Aome, like the
itaio-Americaa followers of ex
Congressman Foster Fiirmin
whom Kennedy knifed in favor of
itepuoucan Senator Saltonstall
will tell you that Kennedy doesn't!
nave enougn power to swing the
state. Ana leniai Jonn McCor-
mack, the congressman from Boa-
ton ana most powerful figure In
Congress next to Sam Raybura.
I i a .
u incunea to consider Kennedy a
bit everrsted.' ---c
Recardless of this, hownvcr
the news is that the- able young
senator has definitely agreed to
stump his home state for Adlai
Mevenson. If he takes off the
gloves, this 'should mean that
Massachusetts, which went for
Ike in 1952, will not go for him
in iNovemoer. r
inousn mere- was never anv
question about Kennedy's devo-
uod to Adlat Stevenson, there has
been some question at to how
far Kennedy would go in oppos opposing
ing opposing Eisenhower. The young sen
ators rawer, nice a sood manv
of the wealthier Boston Irish, is
more conservative than the
stancnest GOP Boston blueblood
Joseph Patrick Kennedy, who
niaue several millions' oy getting
we rirst scotcn wmsity conces concessions
sions concessions immediately after prohibi-
tion ended, was a stron Rnma.
veu nacxer, got Dig rewards from
Hooseveit. then au but walked
out on Roosevelt after FPR ap-
t .1 u & i ,, ..... VM vuf, iva iv
held a meeting early in January headi l.tel-incruding my own3 bald head wi go" dowi best with &nrton falsa ehnrmar. IS K A ."
UH : with representatives of the and have reached th! eetasC uT mSJS SS in i!Sa S h2S.Vrt SV, on,
ler appeasers and be-
l You take me, tor WVncVTh.! Adlal 1. a touchTn uiS: ZEvttSGSitt 2! JS K.S. :-
a. aaiiivai iAUUUUi
Coast Guard," the, Office of Naval that Adlaii pil, TwUl wreA hhnlhi bild's. Wao h. STKZI IZ" -fS .Lf j0? ?VW with the CUveden
intelligence, the PoUce Dept.- end It is the wroig kind, of bald head.! some ears 'to hold un the top u? cin and whaTd. i ars1 ,,a.."n,?
otner agencies. I You take me. for lnstanp. Th trnninr AHioi i tnimh
"As a result of that meeting plate-sited sparkler that shows fox-faced side; witt an oddiyt-l See. r T T" T lEr.
r v. .D5 "S? "a 80 4 ,,r Sen. Jack Kennedy
u;,ju. ir7iT i .r. wwmmi iouowea nis tamer s pout pout-?E
?E pout-?E .but th.at. Pro'eo.ical thinking, but he's veerinein
""Vj v ; uuuiujg. ''i vuuuuge iookcu un-that direction Last AiicikI thn
wouldn't book TV time, pose for comfortable with his New England'elder Kennedy' waf m Cannes on
newsreels, or go barnstorming off face, and Woodrow Wilson would the PwSvS .h. TJ'.S
the commission set up a special
unit ror tne fuu time duty of un
covering subversive elements and
taxing proper action aealnst them.
At the present time, a number of
cases are under investigation and
two hearings have been ordered.
In one of the two cases where
hearings were ordered, the re
spondent left the country rather
than face the revelations of a pub-l
iic neanng; me otner c a a e is
Now let me ten you about these
two cases. The .dockworker- who
slipped out of the country K on a
through my skull is well back, hist tine double chin.
over the neck, and I never see itl This might sound like a carping
Hence, I am not bald until I get approach to who will be our next
into some combination of hotel' leader, but it "isn't or politicians
mirrors which shockingly apprises
me of the fact that 1 am unpro
tected wnere tne sun strikes hard hardest.
est. hardest. ;..-....":-,
; It is possible that 1 am a touch
scanty in front, but that Is a sort
of distinguished illusion known as
tne literary forehead. At least I
can still see my cowlick. But I
digress. I am not running for
Adiai; has a nude ; skutt, which
freighter 'did jo on orders from look, gtark; naked, 4ke has a nude
skull which doesn't. Ike's is wider,
flatter, while Adlai's reaches to
heights that might only be called
feointedt .":- - .- ,.-!
Ike looks as If his well-grazed
1 : i i .... i
capillar arcs miani seex a nine
sun. Adlai's eroded acres give me
the impression of basic barren barrenness,
ness, barrenness, even when sunburned.
The face is important, of course,
his superiors. I can guess that:
these superiors are men of iron
discipline from Iron Curtain coun
There are two fascinating nV
tans nere. Hirst, 1 this longshore longshoreman
man longshoreman must have had quite a story
to tell. Second, he was a Yugo Yugoslav
slav Yugoslav working on the Hudson Riv River
er River piers and found haven in his
This ties. Tito's Yusoslavia Into
the network for no one sails into:
that country without his secret no.
lice giving the homecoming chap
a welcome. .-
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Ihe departee front our shores
went under the name of John
Perksich. He had worked under
a temporary registration card on
rier 32, according to the com
mission's records. The counter-in
around the countryside. That vis-have-been a mite too professorial, waS makina Ztoumrt.vul
ual appeal creeps jnto the. voting' for my tastes, had I been of voting K ZZi LJS25L.?id
natter what the ase. ; U. r";'".
consciousness, no matter what the age.
Tom Dewey's appearance of ex
cessive primness wrecked him.
Teddy Roosevelt and the elder
Taft had magnificent presidential
taces, nam nearty, mustachioed
and with the intimations of Jollity.
and that awfully accurate track The late Bob Taft,; a fine fellow
abotu'the'little man on.the, wd-jfor the job,-never looked like Jav Jav-ding
ding Jav-ding cake'was a vicious wcapon',ing the right political face. It re-
tion. Joe spent about 12 hours on
tne trans-Atlantic telephone try
ing to switclf delegates for his
son and almost succeeded.
.Immediately after the Chicago
tuuvcuiiuu we young .senator
new to vannes to, be with his is
ther, and was. out oa. a i yachting
cruise when his wife lost her ba babythe
bythe babythe second, prebirth. tragedy
Roosevelt used" to drive by hos.
tile signs withouteven looking at
them. But Eisenhower seemed
somewhat upset when he saw a
farmer's boot caught in a bear
fS? a-,in which read
'"ppeu oy xsenson s hundness.J"
There was also a ilen hnin
com flowing out of a horn of
plenty, illustrating the "prosperous
farm policies of Roosevelt and
Trum,n..VwlUl another sign which
The President asked one of his
aides who put them there. His
concern seemed that of a man
who has been liked mnh k.
u. v z-, r ".
uo wi Dewuaerea mat
snouia, aisiixe him
A change has Uken" place"
around Republican herinirM -.
One month ago GOP leaders
acted as if they would rnnri.
scend to camnaim.' hut rk m
wasn't really necessary.
Ineontrast, one Republican
money raiser recently mH
franUc approach to a wealthy
New .Yorker;..- ...?, ,,. .e
"We know the Democrat im
going to take the House and, the
Senate." he imfiA ck.rf :.v
. 7- 1 mil Willi
enough help, we can elect Eisen-'
hower. That will giye us the veto
Tbi2"dds "P to, the fact 'that 'that-Republicans
Republicans 'that-Republicans for the first tim. r.
running scared. They see the po po-JlUcal
JlUcal po-JlUcal ghost of Tom Dewey over
the horizon l and ; are determined
not to be taken by surprise again.
us uiuiseu is eeiung just as
uncomplacent as nm n 1.;.
strategists. That's' why-he's radd radd-"Jmore
"Jmore radd-"Jmore cities to his list. Ho'U
probably add more as the 'cam 'campaign
paign 'campaign progresses. For, the : last
thing Eisenhower wants at this
period of his life is to be- de defeated.'
feated.' defeated.' .. -i.- ..
; Brother Gets Jab V
against a good and certainly com minded you of a dish of oatmeal.
petent man, ;v t Jor a bowl of whey. ...it 1
tne memory 01 Ketauver s coon- 1 .don't think I'm too wrong ln
w. ..wp ...v "'t . kUMia-. xoung jvennedv is back nnw
Mevenson in other
When the time
Will n intn kirn
tww 'vuauwia wau ivuna wauu. MlVUl VVI1 kJVVS UlXUUli nnmaa BIA tltlt .. aiFti m
people look like statesmen, some foxy nose, and Estes' perpetual town to swing Massachuietti
Just don't I exprttsion of Insatiable fungw for. to jldlai 1 susetts over
Abe Lincoln looked like a presi-la handshake.
CIO-PAC Coup; In Maine
By Peter Ed son
telligence forces picked him up Chairman Leonard Hall blames
ana asxea a iew questions. toe umgress of industrial Oream
He refused to answer whether, rations-Political Action Com-
WASHINGTON (NEA) Re-, tion yet. Bach goes its sepsrate!
pupucan n a 11 0 n a 1 committee political way.
Reports to Washington from
or not he advocated the violent
overthrow of the government or
oeionged to an outfit which spe
cialized in inis untender doctrine.
There Is a second case. This in
volves 1 fellow who Is highly lit literate.
erate. literate. He has soiled his hands
more by inserting ribbons in a
typewriter than careo in a hold.
But there he was on the water-l
front listening, proselytizing, or
ganizing a Communist sleeper.
He Is a Communist "sleeper,"
awaiting the day for some move,1
some swift dispatch of information
which may cause great trouble for
some of our arc of bases or the
lads who man them.
mittees for the surprise strength
Mtine Democrats showed in the
Pine Tree state's early election.l
"They pulled a sleeper," says
tiau, wun an an-out, last-minute
drive to register their supporters
and turn out the vote. The drive
was well financed with CIO-PAC!
Though it's an echo of Republl
cSn complaints in 1944, 1948 and
1952. Hall's reference to CIO-PAC
Is correct insofar as Maine cocs.
Nationally, political activities of
the merged American Federation!
01 Dor ana congress of industri industrial
al industrial Organizations are supposed to
oe carried on oy a new, greater.
There are scores of others. They 1 combined Committee. on Political
are centrally directed. Yet even ; Education COPE. i
with TEXACO FIRItniEF gasoline-
Next time you nted gasoline, try Fir Chief. You
can count on this: it'll be oaekad with ai :J
It's specially blended for climate and altitude
;whewver you fill r up. Whst's mow, it sails at
1 the rtgulw gasoline price. Stop ia soon.
i 1 v '. r '''
You are Welcome at Your
! TEXACO Dealer
the special Waterfront Commission
unit can't really fight them. Why?
"This type of investigation is
slow and tedious." says the com
mission. "We are working under
a statute which requires proof of
the present advocacy of the over overthrow
throw overthrow of the government of the
U.S. by force or violence, or pre present
sent present membership I a group know knowing
ing knowing that it so advocates. It is very
difficult to secure the necessary
proof to meet this test," regard regardless
less regardless of any sleeper's, record.
Of such stuff are major battles
lost before they start.
But ia : Maine,. AFL and CIO
Maine GOP leaders indicate thnt
the AFL unions, though stronger
and having more members than
the CIO, took no active part inj
Benjamin J.' Dorsky, president
of the AFL State Federation of
Labor was reported leaning to
wards the Republicans. Dorsky
wants to be head of the combined
AFL-CIO organization in Maine
when the state merger comes oft
Since he wants this job worse
than be wants to be known as a
GOP politician, be stayed out of
U4 national political campaign. 1
It was the CIO Textile Workers
Union and Paperworkeri of Amer America
ica America who turned the trick. Denis
Blals, secretary-treasurer of the
Maine CIO Industrial Union
Council is given credit for organ
izing the registration drive and
unions haven't carried out unifica-1 then getting out the vote.
I'V..J . .
t.to. V. car Nrl She 'id 'o'thing about
taking a faw undsrwater shots with jour camera?"
They concentrated on Maine's
western,, first and second con
gressional districts, where most
of the industries are.
CIO-PAC made no effort cap capture
ture capture Maine's eastern, predomi predominantly
nantly predominantly rural and Republican third
Blais followed the latest an.
proved union political action
technique of organizing quietly.!
He conducted no big publicity
drive. He organized to reach in-!
dividual voters. CIO-PAC worked
closely, but behind the Democrat
ic state organization under youeg
1 u m. vuiiib bewision..-
- The result was that Coffin was
elected to Congress from the
second district. ;
Ia the first district the race be
tween the incumbent Republican
Rep. Robert Hale and Democrat
James C. Oliver is so Close that a
recount is nrobsble.
Returns from the industrial cit cities
ies cities of Lewiston, Augusta, Water Water-ville,
ville, Water-ville, Biddleford and Saeo show
the registration drive increased
the Democratic vote by over 8, 8,-000.
000. 8,-000. The Republican vote was
more than 800 below the 1954
Union labor political action Is
not credited with having as great
an effect on the re-election of
popular Democrat Gov. Edmund
The total vote for Muskie tan
33,000 higher than the total vote
for the three Democratic congres congressional
sional congressional candidates.
On the other hand, Willis A.
Trafton, Jr, Republican candi candidate
date candidate for governor, ran 27,000 be behind
hind behind GOP congressional candi candidates.
dates. candidates. Muskle's plurality was over
The conclusion is that many
Republicans and Democrats voted
for Muskie, without voting for
congressmen. V 1 -?
All this has thrown a good-sized
warning into GOP leaders in
Washington. v j
They remember' the union labor
political action drives of 1954 in
Michigan and Oregon. These cost
the Republicans two U.S. Senate
The GOP is fsced with the pos possibility
sibility possibility of losing Congress again,
even if President Eisenhower is
This accounts in large measure
for the new GOP emphasis on in increasing
creasing increasing registration and getting
out the vote. As Chairman Hall
put: it, "Complacency among Re Republicans
publicans Republicans is our worst enemy,
iNote Whether Stevenson wins
or not, political observers be believe
lieve believe that the rest of the Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts Democratic slate will be
elected. Foster Furcolo, who had
a fine record in Congress, later
was elected state treasurer, is
now running for governor.' He's
expected to aeieat u. Gov, Sum Sumner
ner Sumner Whittier, Republican. The
present GOP governor, Chris
Herter, Is not running again. It's
also expected the Democrats will
capture both Houses of th M.
sacnusetu legislature even if
r.isennower should carry the
state. '::. v
- Hostile rummi:J&i
President Eisenhower didn't play
up the hostile signs which greeted
me ai me Aewion flowing con
tst, but the President himself
seemed concerned about them.
The Navv triad in jnn.t th.
true facts, but Assistant R
V A J?,vy. bert J"
Jf0"". Laurence land,
a $2,75C : Navy public jelations
contract, .-vj: t ..
Laurence wis utH im j..-
for 55 days for survi-vlno th
Navy's. Public information fn.
tions. -V-. v;.,v.f
A-.Naw Spokesman ennfirm
. 1 .. -1 VVIUUllKU
the payment but assured this col col-umn:
umn: col-umn: ."The aitnt
had nothing to do with awarding
IL v w u 1 r a c 1. aia not go
through his offic,..and he-made
no recommendations' or sugges-
tions." ;-; .
Thi Kxart'-nnimU. -'t '
war the case.
.... .. s -.
L The fact Is W assistant Secre-
ry rrati.-wrota; a memo about
his brother's public relations
ideas to Thomas,- but insisted it
was strictly Thomas's decision to
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1:49 a.m. Class Sessions.'
10:14 ajn. Service of Worship tor chil children,
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chaaaai fat taa SwttwtW' church papa. :
Re. Bamui. Walden. Minister
:3tt a av -Momma Sarvte end. Motj
3 p m. Sunday School
T:lt pjt gvetung .!.
(Holy Communion 1st Sundays)
Monday. 7 St pjm. Pray Mestteg.
BBKNaXtB MfTHOOISI CBUaXB
Rainbow City. CZ
' Rev. Samuel Walden. Minister
Ruuua. services k aja ana eaa a.BB
scnnoi nir au mgm ai wjm ua
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CHltlSlLVN aClBNCB CMtKUU
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minday ll.-ku.. wednasdav I am
Sunday School t JO a jb
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Srmrt.j SriMMM' 3 -m
Sunday 11:00 am Wednesday IM p.m.
' ST. MART'S CHURCH Balbea
Sunday Muses: 1M. 1:00, M:00 osd
Holy Dsy Masses: 13. 140. UiS m
and 3:00 p.ro.
Confessions: Saturday. 330 a tMi
and 1:00 ta. 3:00 pan. Thursday, before
First Fridays : to 1:00 p-m.
Mlraculoua Medal Wovena: i pm
Catechism class) aftai ,tha,'l mass
on Sunday. '
High benool aiuoy uus ev pm.
WllllIIBJ'. .' ,'
. BACRRB RKART Aaeea
. Riindsv Maanas: 15. 7 JO ak 3 JO S.B1
Holy Say coasMa: IdS a.m. an J iD
Confession: Saturday 3:30 ta IM and
7:13 to 3:00 p.m. Tboiaday before First
Friday l:oo p.m. .
Sacred Heart Devotional 10 pm a
Catecrdaai uast: ia ta : pm an
Tbunday. . "'''., .
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OCR LADT OF FATDBA" Caraada
Sunday Mass at 3:00 a.m. ,: ;
Holy Day Mass at 3:30 p.m. V
Confeasiona: 3:00 to :4J pm on Sat'
cslscnisa viassi aaiunw e v
ST. iOSKPH-Pararia f-
Sunday Masses at 7..00 and 3:11 am
Holy Day Mam at 3:00 pm.
Confession: Saturday dO to 440 and
1:30 to 7:30. .
Catechism Claail sunqay aaw as ewv
pjn. -. -'
Mlraculoua Medal Hovanat 11 pm
Mt PViriav.. . :
convert insmicuonsi inunmj iv
PS. : :: ' .'"'.':
ST. rtNCrVrsaiam City"1
Sunday Masses: :00 and 3:30 a.m. 1
, Holv Dav klsssakl 330 and 5:03 p.m.
lit It tails on Saturday .the Mass art
1:00 and 3:30 am.) .... .."
CimfMislnna: Saturday 30 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 3:00 pm. Thursdays Before Firsl
ITlday T:3ft pjn. y
Miraculous Medal Woven and Sta
Hons -of the Cross: Friday 7 KM pm.
Catechism Class: Altar aao mas at
Sllnriav .... 1
Convert Class t 1:30 .m. xuatoay ana
"' ST. THEFFSA'S CoeeB
gtindav Mam: 30 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 3:00 am, (It tt rail
nn Saturdiiv 3 JO a.m. I
Catechism Classl 3ao b.tw pm osi
Monday. j.r ' "'""'
pxilesslons: lis aav am uuuay.
st, John baptist dr la saixb
- Pare.se tefevr
'Sunday Maases: 3 30 and 3 M a.m.
Waok Davs Mass: 330 Mon.. Thur
tri and S.t pint Friday mass: 3:00 a.m
Hid Dav Masses; iwraav w,i
Confesainns: 3:30 to 4 JO and 10 ta
a.AA m m m fiaturfta
Miraculous measl norenai enoay
P-5-f '' .... 12 ..-..
cjatecnism uiass: sv p."' p."'-Convert
Convert p."'-Convert Clss Monday 1 JO p..
' ST. THERESfrSU
Sunday Mass: 10 am i.
Holy Day Mass: 3 JO pm i
rnnfAainns: Saturday 3:30 40 140 pm
Thursday before First Friday 3:30 p m..
Catechism Clam: a n pi ounua
&imA Hari Nov ana: 1 :00 pm or
Itriday. ; t :'"C
Convert Ciasii 130 pm ea snurwy
.:.. ATLANTIC SIDR '.'.'. ..(i.;;..
ST. JOSEPH'S Cola) :,.' r
Sunday Masse) 3:45, 3 .-00 and :15 a.m
Holv Da Masses: 3:43 and 30 am
nA fi'4S n.m. "' .' v "''
Confessions: Saturday 40 ta 1:03 and
7-aa )a a-nn n m
. Miraculous Medal Woven t WadrMday
3:13 and 1:00 p.m. .'
Sacred Heart Novena: maay tj) sjs
Siinriav Evenine1 Services. 7:00 w
Convert Class: 7:13 pm on lioodays
and Thutsaays. v
Catechism Class: .Sunday !0:lS am to
11:44 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to ,40. p ro. t.
First Fridsv txDosition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day: Reposition at 330
m. Saturday morning. .t
First Saturday Devotion ta our Lady
of Fatlma The noiy notary m
First Communion instructions tor cnii-
dren Monday ,snd .Thursday BOB to
7.00 am. J
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Crlstohal
Snnilav Maisea.' 1:00. 3H)0 and 10:30 a m
Holv Da Masses: (:0. k0 am and
3:13 p.m. J
Confession: Saturday 40 to 30 and
7 DO ta 3:00 pm. After notary aaca eve-
'. Miraculous Medsf Novenai 3:13 and
70 p.m. on Monday."
uatnrnism, class: nner t:uo aiasj on
First Friday Exposition all day during
me srrmol Year. r
First Saturday: Mate at 10 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCp la Margarita
Sunday Manes: 7:30, 3:30. If 30 sm
First Saturday Mass: ..... 00 a.m.
Weekday Masses:. ......... 3:00 a. m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 3:13 p.m.
Confession ... :a p.m. to :s p.m.
Saturday ... 10 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Kovena 7 :00 pjn
every Monday. -r
Parish Family Rotary and ""
Benediction ............. J:M p.m
Discussion Inquiry : Group 7:30 p.m.
1st. Friday Devotions . 70 p.m
1st Saturday, Devotion '..( 70 pm.
J ST VINCFJtTSRahifcew CHy
Sunday Jdassess: 330 a.ra and 30
am. -. ..,'..
Holy Day Masses:30 am aad 30
confession. 40 la 30 and 10 to
s:so p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:43 a m. on Sundav
Convert Cisw every Monday at 70
Miraculous Medal n everts 13 am
on Tuesday. :
Sacred Heart Novenai 10 pm or
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gains!
Sunday Msss: 3:13 a.m. .
Holy Day Mass: 3:00 p.m "'
Confemlons: 030 to 7:00 was an Bat.
Catechism Class: 4:00 pm. an Monday,
OUR LADI OF GOOD COUNStX
Sunday afasna: 7X10 and 3J3 am.
Holy Day Maasesi t:M am and 30
Confteslon Saturday at 140 pm and
after all evening devotion:
Baptisms by appointment.'''
Miraculoua Medal-Moveaai I'M
Sacred Heart Nor ens l 1373 pm an
Sunday School: 3 SO p m. en Sunday.
HellSlOUa In.ti-lu inn rl.M twit
dren: 4:00 a.m. en ThumU.
Hell fjous instruction for adult (Con.
ducted to Soanishl: T-oo u.
levari, instructions by appointmsnt
Tk Rl Rev. R. Beber Gaodea. S.T.D
Tk Taty Rev.- Malnert J.
. 3.TB, Deaa
- ANCON,' CJ3,
, THB CATHEDRAL OF ST. LVKR
(30 am fioly Communion.
30 am Santa Comm union (4th gua
1:30 a.m.- Church School
t:3 am. Escuela Domlnlml :
110 a as, Morning Prayer and Sermon
. gwy tmmimioB. tFirst Sun-
10 pmivenlng Prayer and PennoD
?"' Holy Communioa.
70 pre Evening Prayer.
; HOLT DAYS S r
30 am Holy Communion.
330 am Holy Cenimuadati
1 DAILY . ','
3:13 a m. Morning Prayer s s-U:08
U:08 s-U:08 Mi-aay wiiomuT Prayem '. :
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR '!
: now cristooal
,t ; aTO HeT jesse tk. K
' m Prlett la Charge
SUNDAYS 'Ui V
Holy Communion ',
......... 133 IB
...' 3:00 f.m
. w iiiuu ........,,, .- 343
(Firat Bunday. Holy Communion)
1 43 i n.
WEDNBaiAYS .'.'v.V 5
Dm.u",OB .... B:S3 am
A Houae or Prayer for all boopit.
"v Chateb 4 St Aadrew !' ;.
v ev. WUIbua W. Baldwla,
PrlMt Ran afl.-
SUNDAYS i .... ''"V---"
ramilv Prava aut n... v
330 am .,',&.-. TT
MornmgPrayer and Sermon U
H C first Sunday to MontU.
fvening PrayerTlJa pm
Watkday Prayer. 33-am
::. .Chapel at The Good Shepherd
:. Ta Be. Clareace W. Havaa.
3:00 a.m. Mornlhe Prsi
"tH.C. lint Friday eat 6 Month).
''.- J BAMBOA ,
The Rev. John Speur, Priest is Charts
SUNDAYS :x.iJK-i-i'"f.' .-.
Choral Eucharist, and Bar. 1 -.
Church School . .
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensone and sermnn
1:00 a m
and FRIDAYS ; ,
Morning Prayer and Holy
Evening Prayer ....
Woman' Auxiliary, 3nd and
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
noiy communion ......... 13 am
Morning. Prayer .......... 3 03 am
Evenine Praver I ...... T -on ...
Family Eucharist ,i. 3:30 a.m.
Office of Complin.! 3:00 pm
LA ROCA V'.'i ''e.'M'.: i
: ... 4' Peter'. rkinli
SUNDA,YSW," f' rri-
Morning Prayer and Church '
School 3:00 am.
Confirmation Class ......... 330 am
cnorai Eucharist and Ser
Evensona and Address IJO am.
1. u noon
Womsnt Auxlllanr 1,3 am
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
noiy communion ......... in u
: '-; .r.
..- -r "- MARGARITA -..-..".
. Chorch of 81 Marnrat ,..
-'t The.'Rev. Jesse K. Renew.
' ' Pried ba Ckaree
SUNDAYS -v.. -. ';.
3:30 a.m. Holy Communion
38 a.m. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Last Sunday each Month. Holv Com
munion. ,' ... i , s ; '....'
3:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Youth
Fellowship.. v,. ,.,..(. '.'
Chaael of The Holv Cemfertev
Ten. U m. Shirley. Priest to rsarie
330 am Holy Communion.
St. Alhan's Chnrrk
Bev. David A.' Otkarna.
, -4 pvtest In Cnsree ii".
The Rev... Allaa R. WenU. Aarisianf
3:00 a.m Choral Eucharist at Strmai
3:30 am Infsnt Baptism. ; .....
3.30 its. Church School ... '. (
(held t Building 13H :
53 am Youth Fellowship -i t
It te Iwtwmi and Addraaa
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1J0 am Woman Auxiliary and Al'
tar Guild Meettog 4
. St Pmil't Chnrrh '.'
rtie Few lmuel B. Rhh-ley, Reetat
Tke Rev t in R Atwrll Peae
SUNriA": . .'.-' v; ,:
.3:00 a.m. Holy Communion
30 1 Sun Eucharist Sermon
10:4ft a m Mnmlne Praver and Church
120 nerr. Holy Bsntltm
7 00 I'.n Solemn Vsmera '"
TUESDAYS . i-
3:30 a m Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS . ,
00 m Holy Communion
7 n.m. Evenine Praver
THURRUAYS AND FRIDAYS
:30 f m Holv Omununlaei x
HOLY DAYS : ;
a0 am. Hnlv Communion. :f -.."j
' CHRIST CHURCH' BY-THE-SEA --
.,' Colon. H. P. "' ..
V (Opposite' Hotel Washington!
The Rv. James Peter Farmer. Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
'J'.'-.y SUNDAY-S ',
3:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
3:40 a.m. Morning Prayer. -30
a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am Church School.
7 JO p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser-
. '. : mon. : v ..
3:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and. Sermon.
:j.pm Aouit coniirm'tran Class.
1:00 am Evening Prayer and Medita
." -:' : tion. ...'. .r
3:33 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
i SATURDAY .'
100 am Junior Confirmation Clsst.
130 p.m. Complin and Meditation,
Ckdn.ii f SL Mary, the Virgin
Tea Bev. Joke A. SpaMlag.
Priest ta Ckarae
SUNDAsB . J
Sun Eucharist ........... ( Jo a m
Chur bchool 3:43 I I
' Evens-r and Sermon .... IJ a s)
Holy Contmtmlon. 10 am
'-,'. 7 GATUN ;
'"St. Geerte'i Ckerrk '' ''-.
. ''-. Tke Bevv4eka A. SpahtMf
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv tunmunion 330 am
Jnd ANf 4th SUNDAYS
and desaioo 330am
HOLY DAYS ;
30 am Holy Communion
ChUK Schnm esrh Sun. 10 33 am
BIO ABA JO
St Christopher'! Chnrch
, 10th Street Parque Lefevre
Tko Bev. Clareace W. Hayes.
Priest ta Ckarge 4
Tk Rev. Clareace A. CragweR.
SUNDAYS '" .'
a.oo am Holy Communion.
130 e ra. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
1030 am Morning Prayer and Church
12 0 noon. Holy Baptism.'' v '-;
.j p m. avensong ana aermotv -MONDAYS
1 30 pm 1st add 3rd, Woman's Aiud.
liar . .....,...
TUESDAYS '.- t
30 pm Junler. Daughter of the
1 S n m v..u Vl.t.l.
a .vv m .mi. noiy vonummum.
10 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
THURSDAYS ' : '
0 00 pm Girls' Friendly Society. ;
3:00 n.m. I.Panii rA. ClnlMn.
SATURDAYS . ....'':
3:30 am Junior Confirmation Clam
; .' '" j- :"
"r Other Churches j
- CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB I-
" Ancon. CZ.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Neltaa
Ron 33, Ancon, CZ. Balboa gbOt
Sunday School ....;.... 3:45 am
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
' Youth Service 3:45 p.m
Evening Service .1:33 pjn
HJM&. Service .... 10 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed, .... 133 pjb
yr NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
f Panama BJP. 33rd Street East
Re. R. 3L Brawa. Mlnkitae .,
Divine Worship-..,....,... 3:30 a.m
Sunday School ............ 3:00 p.m
, Sunday Masses 1. l:tt U:4i
hui ADajtv. stP. Sunday acnuoi i
pm t j j;
- JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetina Thursdays at 730 n.m. and
Sundays st 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
SOS Balboa Road. Balboa.
"- CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAI SAINTS (Morssea)
' Sunday meetina In the LDS Chanel
on jsaiooe noao. i...'4.-
Sunday School ............ 3:00 jn
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 a.m
SacramentMeetlng 0:00 p.m.
Primary: Thursday ........ 2:00 pm
Relief Society: Al announced.
Telephone Balboa, 4227, r
' Attaatle Braach 1'
, Building too, Schoelhouse Road,
. Gatun. Canal Zone.
reiephone, Gatun 364 or CHstobai I3T)
Sunday School 100 am Bunday sec secernent
ernent secernent Meeting 3:30 o.m, Prleshood
Meetina 3 30 o.m. Wednesdav Prinary
S:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief toasty reV
In as announced. '
iCURUNDlt" PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
, Mlltsa K. LeMlg, Minister
Phone Re. 33-7115 Of. 33-5103
Bunday School ...........s 330 am
(A class for every age) 1
Morning Worship ......... 113 am
Youth Fellowship 00 p.m.
JSerenTrnf Worshlo 10 njn.
'Prayer And Praise (Wed.) 1:00 p.m.
A church! nursey 1 provided for your
10 CATHOLIC CHURCH
Raphael Tke Archaagel
13th SL Weal No. I
Holy Sucharist: Sunday 1 130 a.at
fttedavaWadnedava and Thuradavi
330 am I I
Sacrament lot' Dnctlon iHeallna Baa.
vice I rirst Sundav of each month at
l jt P.
Panam R .p
Rt Rav. T- wa-oav a 0
Mornttig devntio at ........ am
Fellowship Worship at ...... 110 am
sundav School at 1:00 o.m
iJivine, Service at f 3d pm
1 BAHA'I CENTER
BAHAl'S CENTER ,
' 34 First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmeni Panamd City
lstformal Talk and Discussions
Thumdsys... ..30 pm
Colon, 31k Fnml Street
(BDsUtr Aaaericaa Bataarl
Srudy Ctassm.... Thursday, 130 pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espslaba SU Paralso, C-Z.
Rev Waldako ft Stewart, Pastor
" Sunday: 11:00 a m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School
1:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 1:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 130 Mid-week Christian
Thursday! 10 Choir Rehearsal.
' Friday: 130 Women Missionary Sa-
: THE CHUBCH OF GOD
. 1333 Eighth Street Colin
Rev. G. W. Graadlsoa, Paster
Sunday Schol ............... 0:30 am
Morning Worship ............ 10:30 am
Night Service ............... 130 pm
FIRST CHURCH OF COD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta. :
Ralabew vClty, Canal Bene
Rev. G. W. Gnadlsea. Pastor
Morning Worship ........... 0:00 am
Sunday School 10:30 .m
Night Service M. 130 pm
. THE CHURCH OF GOD
"'" New Providence '"
Mrs. Maude Hints. Pastor
Sunday School ......... 10:00 am
Morning Worship ............ 110 am
Night Service ............... 130 pm
1 THE CHURCH OF OOD
Car. N" and Mariana Arasemen Sta,
- Rev. la J. Jehnsea. Paste
Sunday School .............. 3:30 .m
Morning Worship ,.i 40:30 a.m.
Night Service 130 p.m.
THB CHURCH OF GOD Ria Aha)
. Meate Oanra Rd Mth St.
Rav. Was. J. Jokitsea, Psntm
Sunday Srhoo 3:30 .m
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 am
Night Servic ................ 130 am
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal) f
Re B E. Watson, Overseer
, Phon 3-423. Bos 251. Gambol
4 ": '.
Churches at Paratscv C.t (Re, and
Mrs. Herman G Whytel. Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernanda Lerence). Rio Abajo
tRev. and Mrs. Charles Tlavnesl. and
Cativd (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaveal
Sunday and weekdays aervicos at all
'. Diablo Heifhts, CJt.
.. (FuU Gospel)
,..".''' '.: , . ...
-Rev Ctrl V. Thempsoa, Minister
Bos 273, Gambna, CJt, -'
' Phone 3-J17
- :,' i : . : W r s' ';:'.'
Special Enrineers Bldg, Diablo Heights
sunaay scnooi 45 ajn.
Worship Service .' 10 45 a m.
Youth Service 7 00 p.m
Evengellstlc Service ...... 7-30 pm
Wed. Bible Study A Prayer 130 p.m.
Posts and Bases
.,, Pretenaat m
Sunday School '.:.'.........., ,0C
Morning Worship ., 1000
Church-Time Nursery School.... 100
Sunday School (Building No.
stiornmg Worship .......i 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible-Otas .......... 130
FORT KOBBK i
Pily Mass ; 3:1S
Saturday Mass .i........... 3:00
Sunday School -. 3:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worshis 10:30 a m
Sunday Masses 3:00 a 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Confessions-Saturday .... 30 A 130
sunaay family Hour...... 330 pjn
Afxtftrma" are vosi n .V
ounoay school (a
Adult Bible Clam (NCO Clubf.. 3:30
morning worsnip 330 10:4S
'wis teuowsnip 330
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
sunaay School 330
Morning Worship U.-00
of lonthUn Sunday t
lh ND HEADOUARTERS CHAPEL
.Morning Worship 30
. noiy communioa lint Sunday
;;.T .. CttkoH."
FORT AMADOR .S M.lr.
isslly Mass ....,.....,...,4. 3:30
Bunday Ma ..3:30 30
Cortlesaiona. Saturday a -so a.
Sunday. ...... ,.,...,..jo 30
FORT CLAYTON ". V-" .:
Daily Mast ..,.,......., 3-43
Sunday Masses ,,75 A 3:00
Confessions. Saturday ...130 3:00
Sunday Maa 1030
FORT KOBBK t
Saturday Mate ..,....,.,... 340
ounoay Masses ........3l 3:00
Dally Mas :.. a-,
No, 111) 1:00 tMi
wuuivaanma. Mnjraay (Building
ALBROOK ATS FORCE BASI
uauy Mas go
Saturday Mas ..
Sunday Mas ......... 1:43 A 12:00
Novena Services. Tuesday 1:00
O S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman 't
uauy' Mas :'...,.,.w,.,,,i 40
Sunday ataat 3 30
FORT KORRC ... ..'''' V'-1
' T 30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
ajt vai un j a W 4 3 e
USOJWB. (Balboa) ; V
eriuay, ......-.... ,.,
. ATI. ANTIC SIDR
FORT DAVIS1 i',' V 'i'i ) 1;
Sunday School ...... ....,.n4i 3:45
Morning Worship 1100
Midweek FeUowthlp, Thurtdsy.. i 130
FORT GULICK '! ...M ,V'
bunday School ....,....,.. 3 4S
Morning Worship .......1,110
Vouth Fellowship. Sunday,.... 1:00
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Sol
sunaay scnooi ........ 3 '30
Daily Mass .....t.,...1M'...i, 7:30
Morning Worship liao
Holy Communioa First Sunday
t oi Month) ;.. -Srr ....
. 4 Cafhsllt
Sunday Mat .........."....,.,' -30
Confattiont, Sunday ,. 345
ustly Mass ......i...,.
Sunday Mas ......",
Spanish ...,.. t"" V
Confession, Saturday .. Viio'i
O S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sola'
aunday Mat ............;.
, Seventh Day
Weekly Sarviraa ta an rn.....v
Sabbath School 3:30 a m.
Divuie Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm.
Wednesday Bible Study end Prayer
Servtee T-s mm
Pseifle Ride Pimaii A a.llM. nl.fcrf-.
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 233 350
Cabo Yard, Ava. J. F. de la Ossa No
ChorrlDo fSth No. V
PuahlA Nii. aa at a.
. mm wi.,ai WU
and 4th St.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 17
Bathna r'h.n.a .naii n...lli. a)a bi-i
,wn w..uH nH. an
hna tSatin-ri... miI.i .
Spaaiah Churches r'aniam aai
Pastor Ruben Ruit t ;.-
ranama, Calla Darlen No. 3
Cristobal, 18th At Bolivar Ava.
namhaai A BS-HaIm
District fast A A. r.rfnl.
Tel. No. 3-101
Gam boa Fraltt Parkway Frijolt. 1.
AtlanHe RMa r.laa a
Pastor Neblett Tel. 33:323
Colon arrf at Mm rni.i aM. rix.
Ibal 18th at Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavllaa Boad-Ttl
Jewish Welfare Board Bid M5- La
Boca Sotii. Balboa, C Rbbi Nathan
Servic Friday. 133 o.m. gahn-oav.
S3C p.m. :
ISee te Itstinat of Jewish rvi
under Posu Bases and Stationsi.,
'Conereaaitinn ICol Shaaplth im-.-i a..
nlda Cubs and 361 h Street, Bella Vista
rauama cuy. awvice s:uv p.m.
REEOEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH :
Balboa Road t Wish! Street
,. Rev, Rflbtrt F. Gvnick. Pule
PO. Box 63. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible clam 30 ajn I
Divine Servic 10:13 am ;
"Divine Service at Maraarlta tin fit
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sundav I
4 00 pm"
Not His Day
SPOKANE. Wash. -(UP) -I
Wayne vviiiiute figured he should
have stayed home. The car he
was driving collided with another
auto. He suffered an arm inturv.
After making out his Accident re-
port, he left the police station and 1
started .across the street. He was i
knocked down, but not hurt, by a :
5.W I i.:-
', :.-" :
WFI.L TtTTR TV a'nrl aiooltfrir
ry, Pfc Bill Nichelson and Pvt- Thomas Strother of "Q" company 2nd Battalion. The men wort."
relieved shortly after the 3rd Battalion arrived at Rio Hato and were then flown back to Fort ur
Kobbe during a recent phase of Air Movement Training. (U.S. Army photo by Sp3 Jlobert X. '-"ol
Stewart). 1 -.: :v ... , -,jji
To Conduct Special
Services Al Diablo
REV. AND MRS. KNAPP
Rev. and M r. Jnxpnh ITn Ann
Castors and founder nf th I
est Protestant Church in Colom-
h:. ...ill v-:-' j' 1
m, Tfiu ucgiu eigm uay g or spe special
cial special services at th Community
va vi.to miKuis lomor-
row. -" v.-'-: ." I
Kev.f Kanpp will be speaking at!
both the morning worship hour of
11 and the PvUnins mvnnaaii
- a v,M"ftV,'.MV
seTVIr at 7 Sr.ilo.'' ,ill u
L, ... wv,v,, qiU iau u
fhelfl- on Tiiedav throush FrWayl
nignis ai, 7:30, in the Special Engi Engi-neerg
neerg Engi-neerg Division administration
buildim?. fomnnrsrv lnnatiM u.
Community Church, pending the
erection of their new church edi-
iice near uiablo HeiRhts School I
f Returning to their field of serv service
ice service in Cnlnmhia aflne ..-i...c
in the) Kf at,, Da.. i ..
Knapp have, been conducting re'
;,. ,;, 'I'. ... a z. .v...'i.,i... '..i' j,
" ,; ANNOUNCE liiElR' v, 'r
FIRST SPECIAL SALE
to start TUESDAY October 2nd
. Watch For The Announcement On MONDAY
Doors will be
open dt 8:00 a.m.
YOU TOO CAN HEAR;..
REY.; JOSEPH KNAPP
: Pastor and Founder of Large-si Protestant Cfiurch of Columbia,;
, i located in Barranca Bermeja
SEPTEMBER 30 OCTOBER 7
,' 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday ...
. Rev, Knapp's inspiring messages will stimulate your faith!
' '- Sunday School-9:45 a.m.-Youth Service 7:00 p.m. '. ,.
X OM M U N LT Y CHU R C H V
, DIABLO HEIGHTS
Located in Special Engineers Division Administration Bldg. Temporary;
' ; location while new church edifies is under construction.
' Rev. CARL V. THOMPSON Minister f---
'Hi' "l;'-'V V....'1,Vl ( 1 f f
' .' .a 3 j
.-,".' ;- ;
rollof fpnm I'na trj TnxnTt ... Vt
For First 12 Of
POZNAN, Poland, Sept. 29 (UP)
Poland ODened two trials tndav
for the first 12 of 154 persons ac-j
cused of crimes In connection with,
the June 28 uprising in this west
ern, Polish, city.
Three of the suspects, all under
ii years old, were grouped as de.
fendants in one trial for the ,"bes,ial Commission of Jurists today'J
Ual murder" of a public security appealed to the Polish prosecutor
corporal. They face death by general's office to make sure th'o'-"
hanging if convicted. I trials are made open and publia ?"
... ... and carefully recorded for jurists
The otner nine went on trial In throughout the world.)
f.serSd'C.rta.00ra Sk" The barged with murders
lneTednf? "" thft P".b lcrf seT are Jozef Foltynowicf, 20; Kazinu
cunty office in Poznan. ..firing at ier. zurelt is and J-ruv Srnk
public security functionaries" and Zurelt' 18 an1 Je".ey
other sets of violence during the '-,.,
lrrlSfnXpCpef.VfmWl(in prosecution charged therv
nrresieVesrend0 i'Slgl V".
vivals in several Central American
countries which include .Honduras.
, .TI .7
vosta mca ana Nicaragua, n was
some 12 years ago that the Knapps
came to Panama as missionaries
and served here for approximate approximately
ly approximately two -years. ,They,have been, in
Colombia for a period of ten years
and during that time have built'
the largest Protestant Church, of
that nation in Barranca Bermeja,
where their congregation numbers
some 1500.Pnor to his conversion,
Rev, Knapp was an organizer for
the Treamsters Union in Portland,
Final services will be conducted
Sunday, Oc 5.
LUny.Tifyttyll 'l.ilMt. 1
11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
:.:.-''..:'..-'.','.: ".', ',a't
- ei. i. .1.1.11 e.-l .,,,.
Franc were on. hand for
During the uprising," 53 persona,
were, killed, including nine Polish. !.'
soldiers and public security meal
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Xtm HfWI rtAPCAn aatneam lti4..MaiJ "'I
(A dispatch from Paris said the,.,
French XACtinn nf the Intoi-natinru"
road station while be was "urt. -armed"
and on his way to work.r
The nine other defendants are
Z. Urbanek, 20, a railroad works,
er J. Pocztowy Pokyowy, 18, em.
ployed of the honey trading enter
prise; J. 'jaworek, 21, transport
worker: L. Wierzbicki, 21, fireman -at
the Poznan alcohol factory; L.'
Piotrowski,,.I9r railway workers;
S. Kaufmanrf, 20, typesetter at hn,
scientific library U Olejniczak, 3i
employe .' of the muncipal gas
works; J. Suwart, 22, building
worker, and J. Beiganski, 20, em-Jn't'
ploye of tne roznan cigarene it
tory, ., ,i ..'
The prosecution charged them
with illegal possession of arms
uuuuk uio upiisui. , ,i
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KETVSPAPE3
Bo, 134, P.
By Array Circulars
Bol. 5037, .Jr
The Department of the Army
has announced a change in policy
concerning National Service Lite
Insurance. A headquarters circular
;Jl .J L J If ktfL mm Pm 3-0740 m 3 0741 Ltm 9.00 J 10 ml V
issued this ween saia inai ue
chance would be outlined in an
amendment to AR 635-15, D A
phamplet 21-i and DA Circular
The change will 'be announced
well in advance of the April 30,
1957, deadline on the current in
surance cutoff date,1
All persons being separat e d
from the service during the Sept.
3 Dee: -31 period who have ser
vice since April 25, 1951, and who
do not have full $10,000 service in insurance
surance insurance will be advised of their
right to apply for post-service in
surance. They must apply on or
before Dec 31- not within 120 days
after separation as in the past.
Local commanders will insure
that persons being separated pri
or to the first of next year will be
briefed on the post- service insur
ance set up.
1 Applications. addressed to the
individual's separation date,, and
if the application is accompanied
by the. proper premiums tenner
check or money order payable to
VA). ., ...-'.-:,
Personnel who will still ? be on
active duty Jan. 1, 1957. are advis
ed to watch for paragraph '5b (1)
(e). DA Circular 608-12, for in
structions on now to convert or
GOVERNOR POTTER. TALKS TO PARENTS, TEACHERS Governor William E. Potter addresses the PTA'meeUfig held, re recently
cently recently at Diablo Heights. Left to right: Governor W. E. Potter; S. E. Esser, Superintendent of School's Division; Roger Col."
linge. Assistant Superintendent School's Division and Director -ot Elementary Education; Frank Wilder, President Diablo"'
Heights School PTA; Mrs. T. W. Womble, Vice-President Diablo Heights School PTA; Roger Michel, Principal Diablo HelghU
School. '"f -Niv-.-vs' -:s "','"''. "!-,1 - w
GOVERNOR'S DACGHTER DECORATES TABLE-Mlss Susan Ruth' Potter, daughter of etC-T-Vrnor
Rnrf Mrs. W. E. Potter, gives a final touch to the love-birds which formed part of th;
.4to.nrat.inn-at tea elven Wednesday at the Governor's House, ine
a series of "get acquainted" parties being given, by Mrs.
nal Zone. ,f :- ' ;
tea was the second of
Potter for the women of the ca-
GOVERNOR AND MRS. POTTER GIVE BUFFET v
TO HONOR US MISSION TO INAUGURATION
I The Governor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. W. E. Potter
. will be hosts for a Buffet Dinner at the Governor's House
on Monday evening Oct 1 honoring the United States Spe-
cia) Mission to the inauguration of don Ernesto de la Guar-
dii Jr. as President of Panama, w
- Miss Ariann Marl Linares
Marries Mr. Hunan da la Guardla
"' The1 marriage of Miss Arianne
Marin Linares, d sight er of Mr. and
Mrs. Enrique Linares, Jr., to Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Alberto de la. Guardia, son of
Mr. ana Mrs. Enrique ae ia uirar-
Ai : wii solemnized last evening
t rrintii Rev Church.' Rev. Fath-!
r ?uluaga.perfQine fiwferemo.
: 1 ';.! girl .
- Sponsors Wong, wui Jhe'parenU
' of the "bridal couple were r res res--
- res-- rf.ntioct and Mrs. Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr., Mrs. Julia I. de Ber Ber-innAn..
innAn.. Ber-innAn.. Mr. and Mrs. Max de la
i Buardia; Mr. and Mrs. Roberto de
la GuardiaMr. Carlos Bermuder,
Mrs. Carmen Aleman de Aroseme Aroseme-na,
na, Aroseme-na, Mr. and Mrs. Augusto de Ar Ar-iona,
iona, Ar-iona, Mr. and Francisco Martinet
ii Mr. and Mrs.' Enrique Bermu
riw. Mr. and Mrs.' Roberto Motta
"Mr. Francisco Jose Linares, Mrs-
Maria L. de Clement, Mr. Rodolfo
Hprhrucsr. Mrs. Maria H. do L.
nares, Mr. and Mrs, Lucas Zarak,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wright, and
Lt. and Mrs. Lana buns.
Given. in marriage fcy her fath
i- th bride wore a sown of im
ported Chantilly lace fashioned
with a fitted bodice, scooped heck
and long tapering sleeves. The ve-:
ry full skirt had alternating ruffles
of tulle and lace down the length-
A coronet of orange blossoms peia
in Dtace hen veil of illusion lull.
She carried a bouquet of white baiLciel Science from
hy. rosea.'.? ; vs.;;-... v1 :-
to Estripeaut, Mr. Diego Jiraene,
Jr. Mr. Ramon Garcia, and Mr.
Junior bridesmaids were Miss
Priscilla Linares and Miss Launta
Estela Martin Vallarino and Lupi
ta Linares served as flower girls'
Servins as trainbearers were Eli
da Bermudei Lolita Midence, and
Maribel Marunelii. Felipe C 1 e
ment and Jose Enrique Corco car,
ried the rings and arras.
A reception was held at the
home of Mrs. Maria H. de Linares
for relatives and friends.
The bride, a graduate: of Colegto
Internaclonal de Maria Immacula-
da. received a B. S. degree from
Gulf Park College A graduate of
Colegio de' la Salle ot Panama,
Mr." de la Guardia has Bachelor
and Master's degrees in Commerv
Miss Greta Maria Linares was
her sister's maid of honor. Brides Bridesmaids
maids Bridesmaids were Miss Irene Guizado,
Miss Maria Elena Navarro, Miss
Lina Alvarez. Miss Thelma Quija-
no Miss Miriam Bermudez, Miss
Daira Arias, Miss. Marietta On
llac, and Miss Pitina Rodriguez.
Accountancy in Washington, D,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Mrs. M. A. Cabral was work
ing in the kitchen of a restau restaurant
rant restaurant when a youth with a hand-
Mr. Jose Rodolfo de la Guardia! kerchief over his face walked in,
was best man for his brother. Ush-i grabbed a tray with 44 deviled
ers were Mr. Joaquin de la Guar-jegg sandwiches on it, and fled in
dia, Mr. Erasmo Arias, Mr.. Rodol- an automobile. .
7.00 9.00 p.m.
Warmest, happiest, most wonderful picture since. . "THE QUIET MAM"
'; Ringing with a man's lusty laughter ...
Pulsing with a woman's passion and pride
Here, is the wild, warm, wonderful spirit
of "The Quiet ManVrebprn in a story
your heart will never forget!
(PA-CV National Sewing Week
will take on an international
hue this year. Not only will
Panamanian and Zone women
be able to consult the finest
dressmakers jof this area, but In
addition the' European technics
in the art of sewing will be at
their disposal, thru the efforts
and cooperation of the. Pfaff
Sewing Machine Company of
Germany. Mrs. Adriana Gerber
will, visit Panama especially for
me ceieDration or National sew
ing Week. She will give public
demonstrations-dally on October
8 8 and 10 at Pfaff head headquarters
quarters headquarters In Panama, (iToplca-
na on 4tti or July Avenue)
ii you are sewine-mlnded vou
can't afford to miss these abso
lutely free demonstrations, for
you are sure to learn some new
technics in the art of ; dress
(UP) kMrs. Gerber will be haDtv to
discuss any individual problems
with you.s. or answer any ques questions
tions questions you may have. And you'll
have,. no problem speaking di directly
rectly directly to her,., as she speaks
both English and Spanish flu fluently.
ently. fluently. The hours of Mrs: Oer-
ber's demonstrations will be an announced
nounced announced later. Watch for them,
as she may be able to tell you
just the little knack needed to
cive your garments and home
aecoraun items that tailor tailor-made
made tailor-made look.
60c. TODAY 30c.
1:J, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:15 p.m.
He walked the' danger path...
J t i 1
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE played host to ninth grade students, from Paraiso. High School recently. Requested by the'
school in connection with their studies, the children visited the Radar Storm Dejection Unit, the Weather Observer and
Weather Forecasting sections. Capt. Robert E. Boyce, assistant commander. Detachment 11, 8th Weather Group,' is shown -a
bove withthe group. ', r ' ''v"-; .( (USAF, Official photo)'
No Link Between Lung Cancer Deaths,
Cigarette Smoking; New Report Says
ffi -; v. i
. m tat ariii
HERBERT J. YATES
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STEVE 'Wy4. y wibtrtrt.
COCIIRAH :V j&BSsr.
Gome Next Spring
. TRU COLOR by Consolidated Film industries
mm sherry jackscn turn eyer
"Love Honor and Goodbye"
GR SNOWDEN v
"OUTSIDE THE LAW"
NEW YORK, Sept. 29-fUPV-A
new report by the American Can
cer Society on the nauons smok
; h.hit will v flatly there is
a relationship between cigarette:
smoking and death from lung can-j
cer, the new xom nuiw -pram
and Sun said yesterday. r
The Scripps-Howard newspaper
,oiH in coDvriahted' story that
.n xhaustiv a t u d v underway
since 1952 wiU show that the lung;
cancer death rate among cigarette
smokers is about 10 times as high
them the tobacco industry re research
search research committee, are spending
millions of dollars in efforts lo
help science solve the mysteries of
However,, the. news apparently
caused small stock market de
clines in tobacco: Philip Morris
quotations set a new low.
The newspaper said the society's
report also wiu snow:
"The death rate from all causes
including coronary diseases, is
higher among cigarette smokers
as the rate among men who never; than among men boo never smok
i ,.;h the wnnrt also will indi
cate "that the lung cancer death
.,m, hniw cicarette
smokers is about 2T times as high; between excessive cigarette suioli suioli-as
as suioli-as the rate for men who n V e rjing and other fo r m s of cancer.
"There .is a causal relationship
committee Issued a prompt. reply? respect to various body sites,
it id the cooywrighted story 're
peats sweeping generaliiauons.
that nave already been chailengea
by medical statisticians as un
The fact remains that that
cause or causes of lung cancer
and coronary diseases are not yet
known to science,'' committee
chairman Timothy V. Hartnett
said.! "May organizations, among
Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today!
DIABLO HTS. 6:15- 7:55
Van Heflin '
Sun. 'Tlew from Pompey's
"MAN VROM CAIRO"
Sun. "Second Greatest Sex"
GATUN 7:00 '
MARGARITA :15 8:10 ;
"The Birds ard The Bees' ;
Sun. "Never Say Goodbye"
CRISTOBAL :15 1:25
Air -Conditioned ..
Sun.-Mon. "Blood Alley"
h A Tk A Air-Conditioned
SALoUn 2:30 4:35 6.40
"GOOD FUN I"
i OTIS JOHNS mmiE imuw fro
ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY fc MONDAY 1
PARAISO 6:15 7:30 SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:10
"Battles of Chief Pontiac" "TO CATCH A THIEF"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 tjZS "BASKETBALL FIX
ine report wui go so far as to a
naiyze this relationship closely in
There, is a causal-relaiionshio
between heavy cigarette smoking
and other diseases, including such
aumenis as gastrie wcer$.
Desired By Army
- '...: : 5'. : -. j.
A position for a permanent posi
Uon as a dental hygienist (GS-4)
at the fort Kobbe Dental ClLVIC
has been announced by the USAR-
CARIB personnel Division.
' Duties include rendering ore-
scribed treatments for gum diseas-l
es as well as mechanical and the-:
ropeutic treatments of acute in infections
fections infections in conjunction with dental
officers; -charting visible oral dis disorders
orders disorders and scheduling visits for
further examination and ( treat treatment..
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DEM DRY BONESPhyllis Anderson, left; an anthropology
uajM i uic vmvcnnj oi Aiicnigan, ana Bennett Graham, a
high school student; carefully check a skeleton, estimated to
be 5.600 yean old. It was found In the third nf v hin-iai
mounds discovered at Modoc Rock Sbtlter, near prairie Dui1
Rocher, 111, Phyllis and Bennett are members of an DJinoU'
.State Museum, field vaxij. T. I- ?'V j
Experience as to dental assistant;
does not t necessarily qualify for
the job. :
Applications should be sumitted
ii tViA Pivtlian Pnrcnnnol rtiviclnn
USARCARIB, Drawer r Fori
Serum Released ;
- For Hurt Child
DF,S MOINES, Iowa Sept. 29
(.UF) A new, mild anu-rabies
I serum was released yesterday to
jhelp doctors try to save 2Vi year year-jold
jold year-jold Larena Robertson fromv pos
' The vaccine, released after doc
tors made a -special appeal to
! state officials, arrived here' for
iuse in treating the child.
Officials said the new serum
would be used in conjuction with
the regular Pasteur iiltim to
treating the child.
The new serum was called for
after it was discovered that the
youngster feared to have con contracted
tracted contracted rabies from a dog bite
was allerne to the reeular Pa
tnr Mmm A full Hni nfth re
qlar serum would kill her as sure i3E?
Iy as the disease itself, lCZ
. ... ;
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ft J-75 0.40 a 0.75 6.40 a
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SATURDAY. SEFTEMSER JS, K5
TEX PIV1M1 lMTT?Tri V 1 V ivnrnmnn . '.
' 1 '' 'l-ni l: a u ii ij; y WMfll I mi'
'cAPiroLio TiYOLi CECILIA o vj'ctosiY y 1
cl MAN MOXK : TEE HARDER I C N I C -t o, COMMANDO CODY f M - JXIv
1 J in n.A5L Ha In CtaemaScope! Chips. 11-12 9 1 I VlrXI.
-,v;'Al: ;-. ; ..THETFAll,- ftoen i THE SCARLET COAT. TAKNISHED "i ?' T 1 A f I
iFLAMX OF THE J ; Also: m S- Paul Douglaj Ruth Romta t .- Also: v. y j AW 'Ml fl V ) I ;
4v isuxb';.'.,.' ;iTCMN tans ..-..'".joi'ifiaEim,.', figf$ZSE&a j J i ( lJl 'if V J '- fi
; -mmgmg I f .... 1 Va
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LINDA JACOB LEADS CHEERS Linda : Jacobs,' ft. senior at
'.Balboa High School drew the starting assignment as Captain
. ef .tht BHS Cheerleaders,. Linda is originally from (lew York
but has attended school 'in the Zone, since first (trade. At Bal Bal-'
' Bal-' boa High School, she has been active In all phases of school
life, including the. National' Honor Society, to which she, was
. elected because of her scholarship, leadership- and service.
She was elected editor of the Zonian, Band secretary and
served on the Get Acquainted Pance Committee. . ,.
Socia tanl Otfi
At British imbtny 4u
' Csptaia H. T. Harrel, R. N., Na Naval
val Naval Attiche; ..Bd ". Mrs. Hareel,
D.F.a, BJlXv. Air Attache, and
lrii BeadoB.r and Mr H. Atkm,
Labour rAuacue, amvea m nn
ni Thursday fnd, are house guests
St the British Embassy.. .. ".
' The three Attaches are accredit accredited
ed accredited th Panairia and wiU form pirt
f the- suite of Mr. Ian Leslie Hen Hen-derson
derson Hen-derson C.M-G.i British Arabassa-;
dor,? who has ben appointed Spe-j
cial Ambassdor for the United
Kinedom. Australia, New.Zealandj
Shell Explodes, V.
kilisl Sailor V.
, 'lOKYO, Sept, 2? (UP)-Atrag-;
mentttiofi shell xploded ,; aboard
W jl.tMe T.f S r hunt vtr-
Villiwtf Ai aailni anil iniur.
in sine; others, the Nayy announc-
- The Navy said cause M the ex-:
yiosien was aoi oeierminea. l l-,
, l-, Nams of th sailors involved
were withheld pending notificatiion
I next oi sun. r ?.
.'.1 1 "i "" 11 '. ."i" ; l
Moved To Corbial
The Finance nd Accounting Of
Unm "IT' fi'-Arniir. f7arihhsn- riav.
i from Fort Amador to building
jis at torozai tnu past week.
It will consolidate work with the
Installation Finance and Account Accounting"
ing" Accounting" division 'which hss been eon-
ducting activities from Corozal.
. .CoLKM Tando will- remain In
charge of Finance and Accounting
Jccording to the headquarters .US .US-RCASIR
RCASIR .US-RCASIR announcement.
nH Cvnn The Smrial Minlnn
wiU consist of the following:! Air.
MannsFcAn Mr m 'r- k i a
O.B.E. first Secretary, Capt. Har Har-rel,
rel, Har-rel, .Wing Commander B a d o n,
Mr; Atkin,. and Mr. G. WV Wood-
row,; Second Secretary. (
rW ind AAra'. Juan rArA
Guest At. Welcemt Heme Party
i Dr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of
Herrick Rd. Ancon invited mem-
bpr nf the fpHiral rtpmrtmsnl
of Corgas Hospital to party last
ni6"i iu wt:ii;ujiio ijivi ur, mud
Mrs. Juan Correa, who have spent
tfiA hn vap in Rnttfnn w flora Tr
Correa has been doing' post gracV
uaie worK. 1
BithoB nd Mr. GaarUn a ;
Arrivsrl (In Th Tiutar
Comming from' Los Angles Bis-
nup ana Airs, uooaen ar r 1 v e d
Thursday nichf nn th M S Tnrlnr
of the Brber Line. The Goodens
spent their furlough in California
With their snnx t Nwnnrt Rah
near Lost Ancl inr) hava bob n!
turned to the Bishop's House at
m. uorgas Koad, Ancon.
.: Younff Reealm and nirtv CnnH
en remained in California tn rnn.
tinue their studiei
Madge Locke's Dancing
Classes At Cristobal. .
The Fall reeistratinn nf nM and
new members for Madge Locke's
2cnnni mr iiannno will ha hM f
H HB.U P.K
the Criitnhal VMCJTKrv
ing Monday. Mus Locke will be of offering
fering offering her usual instruction in tap,
soft shoe, acrobatic and exhibiton
dancing. f. i ; ,;4 ; ; -4 j ;
; Madge Locke's dancing! classes
are amone 'the 1 oldest rnnriiiMvd
on the Isthmus. Throughout the
vears she has trained manv t,U
ted youngesters from both the
Canal Zone and e Republic of
des, remembering thej Marilyn
Monro nf MK2 when theu rn.
starred in 1 RKO'i "Clasa bv
' We : were rehearsing a scene
and all c of . a sudden Marilyn
StODDed and caid tn m. 'Tall ma
do you think I'm too fat?',".
shelley' winters' "I'm
human being and I'm an actress.
I'm' not a bourn and a -pair af
naked legs. 4 want tt act in t t-ris
ris t-ris that say something about IWo.
I Shall navar maka aicturaa liba
star, confessing that, ahe was
uiat wnen ana ura a hiia
.- m VUUU If
tress: "I did the most Jmrrihi
things. We had a leading man
who had to make a quick change
d urine a nlav I nut hm'..
on his comb, knowing he'd never
ume w loot sc u. He plsyed
Army Team Coming Briefing
On New Concepts Of Service
the scene with gum aU ovr hiaLv hrn". reprtmnei 7vthr" W Ca-
had ,.j t..- 4if L".u.ovr ni my briefing team, headed bv Bria.e ribhaan Cim..i u..j.....j:
South $.a Sinnerrourbf his hair .KAll ZST Gray, is scheduled to ad thi rVm.i;"
. h.v vyi iui ui- m w. if i .
ha. ... uHiivcu uie liqii uinc inia wwk mi uuiriD
DI A A T WW !..!
Presley: "I believe the attraction
are: Future Army Organization,
ArmV Guiripd Min.
"roeram. Use nf Atnmi ivaa
m "Brush Fire Wars" and at the
ena oi me onenng, 15 minutes has
been alloted for questions. ? t
Briefing number two will cover:
Personnel Presentation, Intel Intel-ligence
ligence Intel-ligence Presentation, 'Program 'of
Future Army : Organization, Air
end to present briefinM .t Carih-, -"ZTi ? 'IC iwens.e. "esen aUon, Use of, At.
a?!He.t., The briefings are desinged for Wa WJin
. ",i c i LCfliii is I.U tverca ivcv u. a. Arn.i Timsi fit tntK Kn i tn t a ."
ning and thinking. i , .. : ; VUI'.
gain .as long, as I live
LARAINE TjAV. L aKnnf mhaf
nit, j. -..- ;
iv aiaiior me
sionallv erect ma with -nh
aren't you Laraine Dav?' Aftr
some ume, in i;v, people gave me
the 'Hi, Laraine' typo of greeting
and usually added, 'How's Leo?' '.'
Alfred Hitchcock, about sus-
pens,e f- ;;vV; ;tUf.:.V'- mAput ftaiAox laa' MAa
'"Susnenw It .imnlu ....iN THESE FLAvnacui ui
, 1 """1'V 111 VICt VB
of nlavins hi (nn mm .ni
subjet to. Oddly enough we like' 1 By CAYNOR MAOOOX.
this little rame PmM. nin ,k.
- wwu. MIJVI LUC
dizrying dash on a roller coaster
and scream with excitement all
me wmie Knowing they will come
to a safe stop-,at the end. To put
it another wav nannla tvant
dip a toe in cold water without
taking the, actual plunge.;'
WILLIAM WYI es 1.
Ing films: "You sit in the audi audience
ence audience With VOUIfaalara k.
something that gets m the air. An
ovioua raaelian i. t. .
laugh. That tolls you something;
vi raw can aiso -toor impatience
NfA Feed and Markets Editor
YOU 11 find naur aatin nl. ......
reserved by these different
ways 10 coos vegetables fresh
irom your garden or the market.
Fresh Snap Boons
with Calory Butter
. 14 sorvipgs). 3 ,. ;?
r Wssh and remove tips from i
iwuna iresn snap Beans. Snut in
nan lengthwise and cut in half
a saucepan with H to l inch boil-
as you can 'foor oniovmant. AnA mil WBi.er and. W ;tpanw.n ...t
mile) may mean mere than a Bng' to boiling point and boil
5 auaiBia, but veu:3 minutes, cover and conk ib
mmuies, or untu beans are ten
der. Drain, if necessary...
mtit a laniespoons.. cutter or
margarine in a saucepan. Add
cup ninced celery and 1 2 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons minced onion. Saute 2 or
S minutes.- Add ta teasnnnn aalt
can. fool it, t
who marries an. actpr has prob-
'' euougn. ana h admire her
courage,?- t .,
Loratta Yauna' ' aKi,i T C imr
" .uuui, uri IV;" nuu t teaspoon sail
Sow,: 111 t.hree, yar -I've .played! nl "-teaspoon ground black
.wrea vue more roiei wvy ; v- s, 4
than I placed during my enUre1 Toss lightly 1 with the cooked
career as a mnvia ikiu aj r hum srva mnt
started in the movies when I was i ' : 5
fresh Tomato Mayonnaise
DOROTHY shay. "uk. 1 1 ("? CWP'
remember when it cost mora to') Combine H cup mayonnaise
viHiMSDiia man la wiui laDie-Doonn iiumv nif.H
P1, 'V ; ; : lsh tomato, Vi teaspoon salt.
fiiv 1 . i.ijjuu giuuuu uiaca; pepper
GARY. rOflPFR K.,, 1 ; r..rr
Caaaral Crav i ichadulad
arrive at Tocumon Airpot at 5
p.m. tomorrow and the remain remaining
ing remaining members of the team will
arrive at 2:25 a.m. Monday. The
entire team will depart on Oct.
7. 1 r:- ':.;". ''.'
The team' will protent 1 two
briefings at each' headquarters.
Briefmg number one is one hour Hlrsch, J. G. Kalergis, P. H. Mize,
long and number two three R G. Belnn and K. p rurti and
uuiauun. Majs j. uocKreu and lernan
' T ' 1 co Lopez.
Topics for. briefing number one ,., .' ; ; -):.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
' BALBOA, HEIGHTS, C. Z. ;
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL PROMOTION SUNDAY
10:40 THE PREACHING OF NOAH"
X Pastor WILLIAM H, BEEBY Speaking
HChiidren't thapel'V Robert U Snyder -6:30--B.T.U.
Training In Christian Living
7:30 "THE EYEWITNESSES of CHRISTIANITY"
(A. new Series of .Sermons on the epistle of t John)
- Pastor WILLIAM H. BEEBY Speaking
EVERYONE, NVELCOAffi NURSERY PROVIDED"
'KANEPa:' rrt ii A hichi
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Eastern, Western Railroads
Request Freight Rate Hike
1. fri V i
'VASHIGTON, Sept. 28 UP-the Mississippi and" Horth of the
lasiern and western rauroads Ohio and Potomae rivara hw.id.
asked the Interstate Commerceing macho- West Virginia and
Commission today for a 15 per
cent freight rate increase, to, boost
their over-aU rate, of return.
They said' their income hasj
Virginia, western territory gen.
ecally includes the area west of
.the Mississippi.-, . .
Tne government hiked' freight
been .''almost continuously sub- tstes for all rail lines six per cent
standard and inadequate" during
ve past zo years. Kate increases
granted during that time, thf yi
sa'rt, were mostly iuhed at off
aettms wage,- price- and taxin-
creases '.v,-;.; -.Vft;.-;.-4v';
. Tha railroads said that' further
Increases in their wage, fuel and
aupp!y costs might make it nece?-
Strvr. to xert 'addilinnal valiaf
Thty" also said the win ask staw
commerce commisiions tor litf
ereases in intra-state rates. VV
m Specif icslly, the petition- askei
wi a i per cenh oise wun some
. oxoeotiona in all fraisht. rua
a,ad charges within, from, and to
easrem ana western ten-ifory?
last March to Siva tham an an.
nnal 473 million dollar increase in
. In todsy's petition the railroads
said 'the averaeo rata nf return
for rail lines on their net invest
ment during the year ended last
Julv was 4.01 Tier rant Th. .tL
tion -estimated that t.ha
increase woud boost this to 0.06
per cent. v
' Without a better rata nf
------ w a vvui as.
the carriers said, "the railroads
will continue to faB back and lose
place in the national economy to
H e serious detriment of the public
. The eastern and wclarn tin..
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sought increases of less than 15
-. -7.- : -- -- ""a"v mviMBcj. m icss wan 13
r ?- L ?d "St "ed tte cent for co1. frMh ts and
ICC to Investigate "the adequacy
'x a 1 rarac pnarffM h .11 .n
i roads in the' country: This wouid
wing the southern ; carriers into
the proceedings.1, i'! ':;';? .t.v--The
petition gave no estimate
on now mucn the increase sought
wui-u amount to in Qoiiars.
Eastern territory lies esst
vegetables, canned and nri,rv.il
food, lumber, and sugar.
On coal, the proposed hikes
wonld be limited to five cents per
ton. On lumbar and
maximum would be 12 cents per
100 Bounds.' fin tha nthaa Ito.v..
I w. wv vuawa. at,a.sjaa,
uie top increase would be 19 cental
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HOURS: y -t
; Front : a4. to U:JI a; t
8ATCEDATS: from 1:00 sal to 12:01 pja,
Practlcallv nob&dv makes the
right first play with the East
rarda in tndav'a hand. The nnt-
mal play is to put up the queen
ox neans ai me iirsi inca, uui
this is the wrong play.
South lets you hold the first trick
with the aueen of hearts. You
continue with a low heart, and
South wins a finesse with the
jack. -.'r, ... ,.-,-
Mnor ftniith enat aftar fha dia.
monds. If West wins the first dia
mond, he cannot lead another
heart. If East wins the first dia diamond,
mond, diamond, he can continue the hearts
hut will haver Bet hark tn rash
them. South .therefore makes his
contract. -...f .f.. .:;..
Thara la a diffarant alnrv In tail
if East da vs a low heart at the
first trick. South must wm with
me ten. ,
Declarer must to after the dia
monds, .and West hops up at once
wiin ma KinffMn nrnar in laan
his .remaining heart. East plays
the aueen of hearts to force out
the ace. The hearts are now es
tablished, and East still ,has the
ace of diamonds as an entry.
South can run eight trieka hefnra
continuing diamonds, but then he
is jiuisucu. -ine couiraci is ue-
feated. -.-'L,,.:.:iw.:. iU.
The correct play is far from ob
scure. When West leads the .sis
of hearts at the first trick, ob-
viousiy nis nignesi cara in the
suit. East knows thet South haa
the missing ace, jack, and ten,
With that knowledge, the enrrart
play is marked to a thoughtful
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Crandall, Ditmer Errors
Pave Way For Cards Win
wr' f By MILTON RICHMAN
- NEW YORK, Sept 29 (UP)-A slight case of
jiiters threw Milwaukee into a nervous -pennant
sweat today and provided a golden opportunity for
a heartened Brooklyn crew to bounce back into first
place again by nightf alL
The Braves were all thumbs
last night In dropping a 5-4
heart breaker to' the Cardinals
and the Dodgers can make sure
the. National League race Is all
even again toy beating the pes pesky
ky pesky Pirates- in both ends of a
twin-bill today. .-" 1
Ertter yet, the ..Brooks ; can
take the lead by one full game II
they knock oil. Pittsburgh twice
and (the shaky Braves blow an another
other another one to the loosy-goosy
Sal (No-Hit) Maglie, a Pirate Pirate-beater
beater Pirate-beater from, wav back, and young
Roger Craig carry the Dodger
hopes today In a doubleheader
that was brought about by a
PitJtsbureh Brooklyn rainout
last- night Maglie, the 89-year-old
retread who hurled' no-
, hitter against. the Phillies- his
last time out, goes against rubber-armed
Bob Friend in the
opener while Craia places fast-
1 bailer .Ronnie f Kline In the
nightcap, 4-:; k:
- Southpaw Warren Spahn,
Milwaukee's 80-game winner,
. opposes Herro Wehmeter
the Cards in tbe all-important
' arc-l'ght contest at St. Loois.
Errors by catcher Del Crandall
and second baseman Jack Ditt Ditt-mer
mer Ditt-mer were Instrumental in the
Cardinals' victory over the
Braves last night 1 With the
score tied at8-3 in the' slxtn,
Kenny Boyer, Rip Repulskland
Bobby Del Greco singled in sue
ftic;Wm tn nut st Louis ahead.
Pitcher Llndy McDaniel also
' singled off Telieyer TaylQr Phil Phillips
lips Phillips to load the bases and Don
Blasinsftme ; followed with a
grounder, to Joe Adcock. whose
th rm to jhe plate? taught Re-'
,' pufctkC Crandall's throw to first
wa poorr' however, and 'got a a-wagfrom
wagfrom a-wagfrom XdcOCk S Del Greco
rawd home with, what proved
th; deciding run. :
. r timer's mtscue1 Javed s the
r.T for a three-run Cardinal
rauy oil starter bod bum in me
' openine frame. Alvln Dark sin singled
gled singled with one out and Stan Mu Mu-sla&grounded
sla&grounded Mu-sla&grounded to Dittmer, who
threw high to first and allowed
, thfards 'to get runners on sec secondhand
ondhand secondhand third.' : An intentional
pass; to Wally Moon filled the
- bases and Boyer then banged a
three-run aoume into tne
nM comer: C ;
f the Braves picked up a run
Inhe second.off Tom Pohol-
sk: and tied the score with
tw runs 4n the fifth ut Ft
, I,oi Is applied the clincher ; in
tb sixth and Milwaukee's fi fi-tit
tit fi-tit run in the eighth served
only to make the defeat closer.
C&er in the American Leage
where the pennant already is
deeded, Mickey Mantle smcsh-
FofVv ncanto 35 20
trouble to CinemaScopel
-r" Jane Russell in
"The Revolt of Mamie Stower"
, Gordon MacRae In
vi n mm v V a km
lay lutAL .20
Cary Grant en
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Randolph Scott In
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' Te Los Anreles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Anreles $210.06
reattle and Return i 6365.06
ed his 52nd homer to lead the
Yankee tto a 7-2 win over the
Red Sox. Big, right-hander Don
Larsen, shaping up as Casey
Stengel's second game swner in
the worm series, pucnea uireo
hlt ball in the seven innings he
worked for his 11th triumpn.
Rookie Hank Aeuirre's lour-
hit pitching led Cleveland to a
2rl (triumph over Detroit,, wmie
two homers by Minnie Mlnoso
helped Chicago defeat Kansas
Rain also postponed games
between Baltimore and Wash Washington
ington Washington and'the Giants and Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, v.:,,-;,.- v;;-;;;;
YESTERDAY'S STAR Don
Larsen ef the Yankees for his
seven-Inning pitching stint in'
a 7-1 victory over the Red Sox.
Ray Robinson Signs
To Meet Fullmer
Under Own Terms
NEW YORK. SeDt. 29 (UP)
Another hot potato was-shoved
closer to Jim Norns lap ioaay
as a result of mai signing tne
Sugar Ray Robinson-Gene Full Fullmer
mer Fullmer middleweight., title fight
under terms dictated by Robin
son.' :-. -
Suear Ray will defend his 160-
pound crown against Fullmer of
Utan at Maaison square uar uar-den
den uar-den Dec. 12 instead of Nov.
14, the date'Norrls wanted.
And 'now Morris, is trying to
match Archie Moore and young
Floyd Patterson to fight for the
vacant heavvweieht crown at
Chicago Stadium, Nov.. 30 in
stead of in December, wnicn ne
preferred.- '. ''"":
; Toat snoriens tne iime ior
bringing-pattterson- to "terms, or
for attempting, to .substitute
Tommy-"Hurrlcane' Jackson as
the heavyweight "tie opponent
for ancient Moore. A
Cus .D'Amato, patterson'g very
Independent manager, declared
today, "'Floyd definitely will not
fight Moore in Chicago. It'll be
1 In New York w or nowhere. And
I dare Norrls to try. to substitute
Jackson for Patterson'
Norrls had proposed the f Hur Hurricane"
ricane" Hurricane" as a substitute shortly
after Jackson's reoeat decision
over big Bob Baker at Pittsburgh
..October 1 4
. .October S
......... October 1?
. October 15
li. if s
Joins Red Sox
NEW YORK, Sept. 29 (UP)
Buckv Harris, who resigned as De
troit manager last Thursday, will
be named assistant to the general
manager with the Boston Red Sox
next week, it was learned today.
: The popular 59-year-old Hr Hr-ris
ris Hr-ris will succeed Harry (Ted) Mc-
. Grew te a pott that calls for
him te serve under Red Sox gen
era! manager Joe Cronint
Harris1 duties with the Rdd Sox
I will be similar to those performed
Dy'Mcorew, who discovered fee
Wee Reese for Boston only to see
him attain stardom for Brooklyn,
and was generally considered the
Bosox chief scout. In Harris, the
Red Sox also will have themselves
a handy "insurance man" in case
they decide to supplant field man
ager Mike Higgins some day.
Formal announcement of Har Harris'
ris' Harris' new job, which only awaits
the final day of the season when
Bocky's resignation as Tiger man
ager officially becomes effective,
will mark the second time in bis
40-year baseball span that he will
bi employed in a front office capa capacity.
city. capacity. The former "boy wonder" of
the Washington Senators served
as general manger with Buffalo of
the International League during
1W5 ana lw,
There had been reports that
Cronin would Uave the Rod Sox
front office to take over the
handling of the' Son Francisco
club in the Pacific Coast League
but he definitely will remain in
Boston at his same job.
Harris saw tne handwriting on
the wall at Detroit this past sum summer
mer summer when his managerial methods
came in for sharp criticism by
owner Spike Briggs. Following
Briggs' blast, the Tigers were sold
to an, 11-man syndicate headed by
micnigan radio executive urea
Knorr and Knorr made it evideni
Harris -would be out at the end
of the current season.
Milwaukee ,:V Ab R H Po A
Logan ss 4-0 2 3 6
Bruton cf 3 1 14 0
Aaron rf v.. , 4 0 2 4 1 0
VIf!hews 3b 4 0 0 2 1
Adcock lb 3 1 18 3
Pafko If ..i.,V... 4 0 0 1 0
Dittmer 2b 4 1 1 2 6
Rice c 1 0 0 0 1
a-Tanner ........ l 0 0 0 0
Crandall c 2 0 0 1 1
Buhl p 0 0 0 0 0
Crone p 1 o 0 0 0
b-Covington .... J 111 0 0
Phillips p 0 0 0 0 0
c-Torr ......... i o ; o 0 0
Conley p 0 0 0 0 0
Johnson p ....... 0 0 0 0 0
-AtweUtf i o o;o ,0
Totals 34 4 8 24. 18
Biasingame 2b . 4 0 1 2 1
Dark ss ......... 5 1 2 2 4
Muslal lb ....... 3 10 6 1
Moon rf 3 10 0 0
Boyer, 3b 4 1 2 2 0
Repulskt if ...... 4 0 3 6 0
Katt c 3 0 1 8 1
Del Greco cf 4 1110
Poholsky p ...... 2 0 0 0 0
McDaniel p ...... i o-i 0 0
Collum p 0 0 0 0 1
Jackson p ,v.... 1 0 0 0 0
34 5 11 27 8
a-Flled out for Rice In 5th.
b-Doubled for Crone in 5th.
c-Popped out for Phillips in
out for Johnson in
010 020 010-4
300 002 00x-5
' SUMMARY Errors: Dark,
Dittmer, Crandall. RBI: Boyer, 3,
Del Greco, Adcock, Covington,
Bruton, Aaron, (Del Greco scor scor-ed
ed scor-ed on Crandall's error in 6th).
Double: Boyer, Dittmer, Coving Covington,
ton, Covington, Aaron. HR: Adcock. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice fly: Bruton. Double plays:
Left on base: Milwaukee
5, St Loilis 11. Bases on balls;
Buhl t, Crone 1, Phillips 1, Con Conley
ley Conley 1, Poholsky. S.O.: Poholsky
4 McDaniel l, Jackson 1. Hits
off: Buhl 2 1-3, Crone 2-3 2-3,
Phillips i-2,' r Conley : 3-1 2-3,
Johnson 0 1-3, Poholsky 4-4 2-3
McDaniel 2-2 l-3 Collum 0 1-3,
Jackson 0-1 2-3. Runs and earn earned
ed earned runs Buhl 3-2. Phillips 2-1
Poholsky 3-3, McDaniel l-l. Hit
by pitch: Conley.. WP: McDan
iel (7-6). LP: Phillips (5-3).
5. IT ALL DEPENDS
'NE "YORK (NEA) The
Brooklyn Dodgers won the Nation
al League pennant with 100 victo
ries in 1941, iimshed second the
nex year with 104,
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75-4 In World Series little
DOUBLE PLAY BALL -BUI Virdon Of the Pirates Is out at
second as Junior Gilliam throws to lirst place tovcomplete
the double play in the first Inning of the Brooklyn-Pirate
game in Pittsburgh. Roberto Clemente scored on the play.
PANAMA, R. de P, MIERCOLES, 26 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 195
PANAMA, B de P., MIERCQLES, 28 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1956
Unbeaten Kob be Quintet
Fort Kobbe's Regulars have
definitely set their mind on re retaining
taining retaining the PAAF age cham championship.
pionship. championship. And nie pressing
problem of the day is: Who's
going to stop mem? r s.
'The oeienaing wiusis came
back from a 13 point first pe
riod deficit Wednesday night to
drub the Albrook Flyers 84-82,
and emerge from the first round
of -nlav with five wins and no
losses. That means uiey ve Deat-i
en everybody emphatically
and unless they falter ? (which
appears unlikely) or some team
or other improves considerably,
the race for the laurels is just as
good as over right now. i'f
' ..' '' .7 v.
The Flyers came closest to
turning the trick two nights
ago as they surprised the In Infantry
fantry Infantry men with a lightenlne
fast, smoothly-geared attack
to go ahead, 30-17, in the first
quarter. But the Regulars took
over from there on, forged a a--
- a-- head to a 43-42, half time mar mar-gin
gin mar-gin and steadily increased the
gap through the second half.
Other games Wednesday night
saw Fort ciayton waiizr. pas;
Army Atlantic, 71-43, and Navy
bounce the hapless, v Troopers,
81-69. ; Vv"'" 1 1
Openlne contest of the second
round, Saturday evening, sched?
ule the Troopers at Kobbe, Al Albrook
brook Albrook at Clayton and Navy at
Army Atlantic Starting time at
Clayton is 6:30; the other games
begin at 7:30. :
Joe Belllat was the big man In
Kobbe's rally and eventual tri triumph.
umph. triumph. Rebounding brilliantly,
the scrappy forward counted for
11 of the champions' 17 first pe
riod points, sparked the second
p eriod surge with eight more,
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1 MO eVCAB K COMfLETI WITHOUT A STURMBT. ; 1 I
tallied another eteht In the
third quarter and seven in the
fourth a total of 34 points. Gf
his 15 field goals, 12 were layups.
Emmett Bryant loppea uie
losers with 28 tallies while Don
Ball flipped in 21.
J Tom Tucker potted 23 points
for Army Atlantic and was
outstanding- on defense but
received Vttle rapport from his.
teammates and the Cavaliers
from Clayton won easily,-;
i Frank Doran iiaced Navy wltti
26 markers as th middles ral rallied
lied rallied from a 24-23 first quarter
disadvantage to it halftlme lead
of. 43-37. Lee Straube of the
Troopers amassed 14 points in
the first period and went on to
total 34 before the sailors final finally
ly finally succeeded in bottling him up
in the last quarter.
Ed Mcpherson netted 21 and
Ron Coler.18 for the i winners
while Chuck Darling supported
Straube's.effort with 14.
s FRIDAY'S SCORES
Wittenberg il Marletta 6
Menlo Jr. Col. 25 Vallejo JC.
St. Paul Poly 19, Norfolk state 6
Miami, Fia. 14, So. Carolina 6
Morris Brown 59, Paul Quinn 19
So. Calif. 21, Oregon state 13.
LIVONIA, Mich.. (NEA) A'
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National Thoroughbred Trainers'
Guild, Inc., at the Michigan Racw
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ROCHESTER, K.Y.. 8ept 29
(UP) The hopes of the Roches
ter Red Wings rest on the strong
right arm of Ellis Deal tonight
in the third game of the "Little
World Series" with Indianapo
lis holding a -commanding 2-0
Stan Pitula. a 28-year-old
righthander, who led the Amer American
ican American Association in" won-lost
nercentaee with a 15-4 mark is
scheduled to pitch for Indiana-
polls: - ;
The Indiant, with Rtftr Maria
kiftinf twe hne ram and a aiasie
and drhrinfl ia um null ihw4
fiv Rochuttr sitclMrs mrcy,
lait nifht ia an eatf 12-4 wia.
Indianapolis scored four runs
in the third inning to halve an
early Rochester lead and notch
ed four more In the fifth. In
the sixth, Indianapolis broke the
game wide open when Maris hit
his second homer with two men
Rochester kept pouring in
pitchers but none could stem
the tide. The Red Wings hurling
corps' failure, last night empha
sised, the importance r of Deal's
Rochnter k bst by iniuriei and
ft aitchinf itaff la acraping kel kel-tam.
tam. kel-tam. But if Daal Mirers rauta-
in aarfamiance that wavld
- 'arraifhraa Racaeiter and at laaat ;
, aut it kick ia the ninniaf. : ,r
Indl'napolis 004 043 01012 15, 1
Rochester 201 100000 4 10 1
Tomandc, Gasque (3) and
Jones; Blaylock, Russell (3),
Mackinson (5), Faszholz (6),
Greason (8) and Rand. WP
Gasque. LP RusselL HRS Kis-
Jko, Marls 2.
In The Majors
(Based on 375 official at bats)
Player, ClaV c ab r yet
Aaron, Mil. 161 600106196 .327
Virdon, Pitt.i 154 566 76 181 .320
MUSiai, Qt. U 154 586 86 183 3V1
Clemente, P. 144 530 66 164 .308
S'dierist, N.Yj 129 476 60,146 307
:: ; AMERICAN LEAGUE :
Mantle, N.Y. 148 532132188 .353
Williams,. B. 134 394 .71 137 MS
Kuenn, Det : 144 582 92 191 .328
Maxwell. D. 139 491 97 131 .328
Nleman, Bal. 128 428 63 137 320
Mantle, Yank 52
Snider,' Dodgers ........ 41
. Robinson, Redlegs 38-
. Adcock, Braves ..... 38
Post, Redlegs 36
Mathews, Braves ....... 36
Mays, Giants 36
, RUNS BAITED IN
Mantle, Yanks ........ v
i .. BUNS " ,!
Fox, White Sox ........
Minoso, White Sox ....
Aaron, Braves . a e
U.UOUU, 11EC1B .1,,.....
fox, wmte sox ........ .iu
Kallne, Tigers ......... 190
Mantle, Yanks, ...... 183
V'" rrrcuiNa "'
(Based en IS Decisions)
. W L Pet
Ne wcombe, Dodgers ; 26 7 .788
Ford, Yanks ........19 6 .780
Freeman. Redlegs ...a 9 .722
Mazlie. Dodgers ....'.12' 5 .706
Buhl, Braves .....1.U8 8 .692
CHICAGO, (UP) The Pro Professional
fessional Professional Golfers Association
will open Its new, headquarters
in : Dunedin, Fla on Monday
after closing shop here today.
The headquarters of the PGA
were located here since 1939. j
MttWATJKEE. Wis. CUP)
Plans to televise possible play
off games between the Milwau
kee Braves, ana tne-BrooRiyn
Dodgers 1 have been eonipleted.
If the two teams wind up in a
tie after Sunday's final game ci
tbe National League season, they
will meet in a best-of-three
playoff to be televised national nationally
ly nationally bjt NBC beginning on Mon
LONDON. (UP) Gordon Pi
rie, England's brightest hope for
a gold medal in tne lortncom lortncom-inir
inir lortncom-inir Olvmnic eames in Mel
bourne, Australia, left London
bv nlane on Thursday and said
he Is going to live In New Zea
land because Britain "is a coun
niiinii-rrTraf,. -ome. nmm. f
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
II:li:nM lc:::3 i
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vf TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at St, LouU (N)
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn U)
: Cincinnati at Chicago
New York at PhUadelphla (N)
(Nlrnt Game) "".'
Milwaukee 616 620 6164 8 ; 2
St. Louis 306 602 60 S 11 1
Buhl. Crone. Phmin.
Conley, Johnson and Rice, Crtn Crtn-dail.
Poholskv. MnDanUl 1.e
1 1 V v"
uu, jkiwi una &ait.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
New York at Philadelphia
(Postponed, rain) ;
Only games scheduled.
'Triple Crown' Bid
NEW YORK,' Sept." 29 (UP)
M I e k ey Mantle has. the
American L e a g ho batting
crown just about sewed ap.
V The Yankee slugger' hit his
Bind homer in a 7-2 'victory
ever the Red Sox last night
and even though his average
dropped a point te .453, Ted
W'lliams, his closest pursuer,
skidded tOw points to 448
when he went hitless in three
official trips. J
. Williams now needs six at
; bats In the next two tames to.
qualify for the batting; title but
his chances of overcoming a
six-point deficit are remote.
. Mantle, in fcuest of 1 the
American League's "tr I p I e
crown" tbe home run, bat batting,
ting, batting, and rans-batted in titles
raised his RBI output to 128,
four more than runnerup Al
Kallne of Detroit.
Broken Nose In
To Movie T.loola
CHAPEL HILL. N.C. (NEA)
When the current tough guy of
moving pictures. Jack Palance.
bumped heads with Snuffy Stirn Stirn-weiss
weiss Stirn-weiss on the North Carolina prac practice
tice practice field in the late 1930's he suf
fered a broken nose that convinc
ed him football was not his rack
.Palance got a 'more lucrative
break in Hollywood to become one
of screeniand s top he-man stars.
Stirnweiss went on to be a stand.
out back and lead the American
League in batting as tbe Yankees
second baseman. j
PAST FREIGHT AND
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. 66 83
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. 60 98
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TODAY'S DAMES '
Boston at New York ;
Detroit St Cleveland
, Wcago at Kansas City W)
Baltimore at Washington (N)
Boston a 600 606 6?0 J 1
New York 401 206 00 1 1 m
Porterfield (312), Sosce, Dor-
bh and Daley. ;
Larsen (11-5), Grins and Bar-
- , .
(Night GameTT V
Detroit 616 606 0061 4
Cleveland v too 602 60x-4 (
' Hoeft (19-14) and Wilson.
'Aguirre (3-5) and AverilL v.
rtrfcago 301 600 1008 It
Kansas City 101 161 tlx 6 18 1
. Pierce, Staler (8-3) and. Lei
Kellner, Crfmlan. Burnetta
(1-8) and Smith.
Baltimore at rYashlngtea r
MILWAUKEE. Sent 39 YTTWt
The' almost seligiou fervor of
ians nere. rort "our "Milwaukee
orBjVea is expiainea ey a ton
psychologist as a desire to make make-Milwaukee
Milwaukee make-Milwaukee 'one of the boys", a a-mong.
mong. a-mong. big cities.
f 'Milwaukee' -har always felt
somewhat second raite as a big
city," according to Dr. Le Roy
Wauck, former head of Mar
quette university's psychology:
departmentv;;; 1 1
T guesS lt't the "proximitT to
Chicago and the fact that years,
ago the two cities were highly
competitive. At onetime if look-'
ed as if Milwaukee would wui
the population race' between
them, but It didn't," Wauck said.;
"That spirit of-'comnetitlon
and inferiority continued in
Milwaukee. It wants to be -a
'big city' sophisticated. Base..
has filled a cultural short
age in Milwaukee and given it a -chance
to compete with other
"And besides, the city' is'
unique in another way." Wauck
said There haven't been : too
many cultural, or national,
groups in Milwaukee and as a!
consequence there is a uniformi
ty of opinion and a feeling- of-
city pride you don't find every-t
where."" "' .'
"The city Is largely German,
and polish. It isn't as much a
melting pot. as other large ci cities,"
ties," cities," the psychologist explain
edThat has made a elosa.
community and the lack of oth other
er other cultural distractions has made
major league baseball, a mala
outlet." ' )' -' .v
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1Y HARRY 6ARAYS0N
NEW, YORK MNEA- Carl :
Anthony Furillo may not be at
glamorous as,"" say" Mickey
Mantle, or anywhere bear as con controversial
troversial controversial as Ted Williams, but
the plain, ordinary" guy in right
field is one of the superior old prs
with the Dodgers; : y r'
Furillo has anbanged t b r ee key
Home runs and as many doubles
i in the white hot National League
charge to the wire. His 20th home
run of the season' off Brooks
Lawrence in the 10th Inning virtu virtu-'
' virtu-' all liquidated the Reds, easily
could have Dlowa the Brooks into
the Wbrjd( Series-.. -. '. ,r. ,: .,
I Furillo. the Brooklyn dub
is blessed with a priceless fall
hiner," .- says fresco Thompson,
vice-president la chant ox farms
"That's when base -bits mean the
most Ite io the going when you
'.must do it now or suffer through
a long winter,; Non-imaginative
funllo doesn t know Whit ores
sure- meansv He is not over-awed
by the importance of the game.
"Furillo is one of the compara
tively-few complete ballplayers.
He perhaps has the finest arm in
the business, and the funny thing
about it, bis control is better from
30 feet than.it .was from 80 feet,
6 incnes. I know, because wnen
first saw him with Reading. Pa
of the late Interstate League, he
was a piicoer."
.. Fur ilia .was .acquired by the
Superbas in an unparailed bar bar-gr.in
gr.in bar-gr.in basement deal.
'An Eastern Shore Chicken
farmer named Eddington some somehow
how somehow got mixed up in baseball,"
recalls Thompson, "owned the
Reading franchise for a year.
cnariey Miller, general manager
of our Durham, N.C., club of the
Piedmont League, lived in Read Reading.
ing. Reading. Miller- bumped into Eddi n g g-tot
tot g-tot one "day in the spring of 1941.
and the Reading owner indicated
that be wanted to sell.
athletes collected for taking
IY HARRY GRAYSON.
Getting Out Of Blue Suit Makes
Umpires Lonely Life Bearable'
i What are the spare parts Riz-
ixuto stresses? s
NEW YORK, NEA(. -Ask! "Well," explains the ... Solid Lit-!
Phili? Francis Riuuto. who U1 he Mam "a5 firsS base and left!
win the World Series and you get field, where Stenglt platoons Bill!
aqwcjcrcpiy: -r- stcowron and' Joe Collins, "add
Why th Yankees of cours.l Elston Howard qand Country
Who alwas Wins it? The onlv rea-i Sis lighter. Tn ht nH left .hanrt
a son the DoEers won last vear was hatters. Hp has thp hitters
bow. He prefered to be h o m e pecause Mickey Mantle pulled that for any emergency, plus pinch pinch-with
with pinch-with his wifei Ferh, and two lit- hamstring muscle in the back of, hitters like Bob Cerv.'Norm Sie Sie-tle
tle Sie-tle boys. i hu leg. Mantle, the best all-round, bern, George Wilson, Tommv By.
oui, aea to ig ig ji o n- vumnuw
Carl rnriUo is an old-fashioned P'" rhU Riziuto. released onlv knows that. btvon. Whitev ForH !.mu. v .k.. ...?j-.i. r. i"v tt: CZ. ..j
Yeri Professor Stengl has been. con- raaaing we got. Most players apiece and are tailor-made.
By LCSTE. BIEDERMAN
NEW YORK (NEA) Umpires
take a great deal of razzing and
more jnn u viffPA i ran inn MipLrev Ainiiarmnrr Kwnoi i .u l.
av.u.-vH WT .v V.aiUUlw.fTUl;llll U1UIL IIE ULLUiK I- IH.U C J well PunMllkl IXlm ,n .K. K 1' I..... L.
k .AK. hall he hit. iu.ll rw.... i. "ll'i i""'.'1 . i m uie mia. luri uvt net
J,HtlTL. k..7 iV inV.,n u' ciair i m.anaS"W0U11.u? ."The players are-accustomed to vier uniforms for spring and fa,
W m,VUa 4 VWa aiBUl auiu I lU liaVE 111 I III. I ll IhA MhnAe r r- n on j ft iT4 S. ' .M
. .-, v, . i "Baseball i a ... R.te,rv7.; ,f t . .. lT..'V' ?.tt W''.'? mmmer
ballplayer even to the
he does nothing else.
center fieM. The OmV
;.r.'t nlovino renter field IS
Duk Snider came along about
the same time." ., 1
ruriiu !d hit farm at Stony
Creek Mills, on the outskirts. 9f
Reading, where he was born. Once
the season has closed, Skoonj, as
mm ba. a.all him fnr no ao
ao, ine. Brooklyn ciuo oougntJ 0.rent r-ason. hunts until mid-(
fHnnM 11 nl na.i .f.j. r . i. I
Jjecemoer, alter wmcn oe relaxes
at home at Stony Creek Mills un until
til until spring, training.
' .... .s.-..-.si u-'-i-
event thati"11 summer by the New
i. irni. fvmi? JT1 'DneJ of eernd"'ut his pitching aU. the wouldn't have enough nerve to be
key man in nine World Series U -
in 12 years. "And the Yankees! "The Series will be Won -b're-naceall
the spare parU. with: lief pitching," -he predicts; ""and
which Casey Stengl knows what the-Yankees have more.' relief
.S?- v .pitchers than the N a 1 1 o n al
, Don t say I sSid it, utb any- Leaguers. After aU, that's the
body could manage the Yankees best thing Yankee pitchers, other
icvvm fve ims.- jtney;tnan rord, nave done all season
won unoer Miner Huggins,.joe, relive. ..,. v.
Mccaruiy and Bucky Hams be-j "Casey can find starters1 beyond
fora Del Webb dug up Stengel."1: Ford. too. Tom Sturdivsnt anri
it Was pointed OUt tO RillUtO Johnnv Klirtt have lnrneit in fine
"6 inriwrutauces aicainsi ueiier' ciu;s
rooms, meals uniforms, laundry, come four suits of long underwear-
tips and incidentals..;,... ,at I3J0 apiece, a b-and-striks
Each -hat four sets of uniforms at 127 and a whisk-broom at 25
d cents. ........' ....
the frtrtchis,e, 13 players, a fair
ly new bus and 40 uniforms for
$5,000. It was strictly pig-in-the-
poke, out one oi tne players was
- c uriuo.
"in addition to Furillo, we got keeps my legs in shape," he
more ;tban $5,000 .worth out of the
bus. We used it in spring train-i
ing and for our summer boys'
spring.'-:. ; -.. t i .,. ;
I was sent to Reading to man-
plains, ';and the rest brings
back to oaseDau iresn."
Furillo buries himself in team
effort. He is not. interested ih en
dorsements and other by-products
The Detroit Tigers, are shopping
for a new manager. The old one
Bucky Harrisquit .Thursday
on a bitter note. t
Harris managed the Tigers for
two years, in fact, he has soent
33 of his 67 years as a manager,
startiner at (the aee of 24 with
the Senators. -Bucky had been
unaer tire tnis season -when the
Tigers slumped, and ownet spike
enggs cnwcizea mm publicly.
Harris wrote the letted of re
Signatlon -three .weeks aeo. hut
ihe Tigers didn't announce It
. until Thursday. In the let.fer
veaann ne .. . . : .- ."'M
.y... J i n fuiui a wuiD nvu.
jhci tamcu suirywaicn
read 'The Tigers manager next
year would be a fiery and fight fighting;
ing; fighting; type...ony who would fight
ior me piayers on the field."
The leiter went on; "Obvious "Obviously,
ly, "Obviously, that .eliminates me. As you
know, I prefer to try to get win winning
ning winning results by exercising my
best judgment percentage-wise."
New owners take over the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers on Monday, and it's expect expected
ed expected the next pstroit manager
will be named then. Detroit ob
servers say the possibilities ln-
ciuae nger coach Jack ? TigHe,
shortstop Har,vey Kuenn and
Milwaukee manager Fred Haney.
that the Bombers have the
xogi man tne one
tney u lace in
, Larsn and
nr Tl -p'.,yS ": """OP .J" Tucker could come ; through
World Series," Teplises Little grand style. -v
acoowr, "as uuxe snider did a- "But, in mV opinion, it wil
the decision Bvrne:
Grim. Larsen, Tom Morgan
Rip Coleman., Stengel can
pitching to the pther side, in takes
pucners wno are used .to
a.g the club, and wasn't there of bis. profession: .For example,
long before I knew we had some-; he did not' appear, with, the Dodg Dodg--
- Dodg-- thing special in furiHo, then 19. ers. Braves and Reds on the Ed
Tnat's why ttold him to forget Sullivan 'television, show
about pitching andicancentrate on Care about the $U0 or so
gainst us". The Series goes onlyjtnake
seven games, and -1 hot player
can play havoc,, as Billy. Martin
did against the Dodgers in 1953.
when be batted .500. I called with
the shot when he won the dinal that
graJe, w,tiu !.bM hlt down the "Like I say;', conclude? i PhU
middle. That's how much con-! Rizzuto, ,x "the Yankees- as per
fidence I had m Martin at the' usual, have a. little too much of
moment. rv .y .; v Jevery tiling."
OUT OF DOORS with
DOGS THAT BARK
IN THE NIGHT
By 40 1 STETSON
Do Editor ;'
' .'- r t . 1
iy V-.' V"
i-. Patting 6ne little word after another and whatever became
of 'football's rabbit bunts? Two nationally ranked teams, Mary Maryland
land Maryland and Jotre Dame, got flattened first pop out of the box,
and a third, Pittsburgh, needed the breaks to squeak past West
Virginia,, If. 13. An errant point after touchdown try cost the
mountaineers the solace of even a tie. Attention Joe Smith:
The, past must go! And who remembers when mid-October o o-peners
peners o-peners were frowned upon as rushing' the college season?
' 1 VNQ itETREAT ... There is a school of editorial thought
that insists the majors. should .close their races two weeks
earlier. The chief argument is t h a t the present 154-game
.schedule conflicts wlth football. To which Warren Giles, pres president
ident president of the NL,: rebuts, as follows: "If a conflict exists, the
colleges are tesponsfble. In order to book more games they con-,
tihue to advance their opening date. The baseball ani'j re response
sponse response to tha World Series is proof enough they are-well satis satis--
- satis-- fied with present arrangements, and tnat it is not necessary to
"get the Series out of the way by Oct." .
, j ; - v v -:. .-
? ROVM ANf RICH i Mr. OUia,'of course, is asj right
as a 38-lnch yard stick. No one Is naive enough to believe the
early start, and added games reflect the colleges' desire to im improve
prove improve their physical fitness program. Nor Is geography as a
classroom subject Involved when Notre Dame travels to Dallas.
Baylor to Berkeley, Calif.,: Georgia. -Tech to Lexington, Ky., to
pice three openers at random. A good pay day is as essential
to the solvency of a jnodern college football setup, as it is to
afty comparable professional enterprise. In round numbers,
rrfore than 300,000 paid to see the bigger games Saturday. Only
squares would walk away from that kind of dough. -;';.?.;
. - . ,, ,.,.v,,
! aMTWSflW Tf aniSnN -- ; ralhe-lna UTnnlrine
"You'r( wrong about Brooklyn being madly in love with Salj
Maglle. ..In my work at the Veterans Hospital I come across
a great number of loyal Dodger fans and it does not amuse;
them to see this-former enemy in a home uniform, nor, do they
have any real, warmth or welcome for him"... Comment: Go
home,-Mague..'.Sidney Parks takes Quill in hand: "In one re re-pect
pect re-pect you are correct. The Yankees are indeed like Man o'
War. They seldom cost you a betv Otherwise y Ou can have
them on rye bread". ..Comment: Just my. luck. 'The diet says
no rye bread. -. r.. .
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'; FROTHYFAX . .. What goes at Belmont these days? The
Jercentage of winning favorites l down to 26. In contrast, it's
4 at Yonkerl With 74 percent of the choices failing to get
up, Belmon;t boast of the "finest racing in America" becomes
a crude mockery. The Yanks will easily lead both leagues in
runs scored.; Old Abner Doubleday was right. It does take runs
to win ball games. -Th Reds are odds on to beat the Giants'
home-run record of 221, set in M7. But unlike the Giants they
will have made more substantial use of it. All the JMavy
ammo got the Giants was a fourth-plare finish, and they drop dropped
ped dropped out of contention In June. What are rabbit hunts? Well
Notre Dame beat St Viator, 116-0, in their ,1912 opener; Pitt
was 67-0 against Ohio Northern in 1913, and Maryland 50-0
against Randolph-Macon in 1920,
; i -..- ; 1
- BELLES-LETTERS '. Tom Meany's current book of the
aiiumu i n engaging iriDute to the Boston Red Sox. Ed Fitz Fitz-seralds
seralds Fitz-seralds "Champions In Sports and Spirit" will make you teen teenager
ager teenager feel better, and think better. More later about Toney
?ut?.V''A(!ros4 the Board" Fascinating as far as I've read., Jim
White, reformed .middleweight and four times wounded GI. is
editor-publisher of "Boxing for TV Fans." Hard hitting stuff
by a young man with been-there experience. Does a neat sur surgical
gical surgical job on glib fightcasters who can;t be bothered by facts.
APt Big.Abner Estes is right about the dread
ful Dlight of the little people. .The ;lng hasn't had a first first-class
class first-class bantam since Ike took over.. Hal Stevens, of the famed
uicwuk cian. win oe v uur weeK "That is, if I'm giving I
myself an honest count," he adds. .;-Patrick-McDonough notes!
it V i i? uusooa piays lacxie ana Jact Blghead ena for
tne L. A. Rams, and cryptically comments: "As is So often the
riViu 'l0"1 th? w.alsMOh, my aching backl) to young
Orlfflth 'for resigning Charley Dressen as manager of
uwlaai,,,tt wouia nave Deen sn eamr anrf r fioo-unfi,.
to make the scapegoat for a bad ball club.
The Atlantic Ride Teenae-
Baseball League irill -'hold a
meeting at the Margarita Serv Service
ice Service center Thursday evening at
7:30," Ail league officials,- team
managers, coaches, and at least
one parent jof each boy playing
in the league are-urgently re requested
quested requested to attend. ;
COLUMBUS, O. (NEA) -Pla-toons,
and the pass may play pro-
iiucui ruies m unio state s at attempt
tempt attempt to make it three Big Ten
championships in a row..' .. .
The Buckeyes got along nicely
without these potent weapons last
tail, out woody Hayes "makes lt'-JV.
THERE is one thine mbre dis
turbing to me than persistent dog.
barking at night the knowledge
that the barking is. an invasion of
tne peace and privacy of my
neighbors. ", '
The barkina Itself I can take
just so long as I know that there
is really nothing wrong. Barking
at tne moon or real or imaginary
sounds trouble me only so much
as I know it must be annoying to
otners. -'-..: ;-"'",:,',
How can night-harking be con controlled?
trolled? controlled? Various,,, methods have
been tried. Rigging a water bose
witn a remote- control is o a
Sometimes it works. Many times
it is physically difficult to rig the
hose or the remote control be because
cause because of distance from a water
Sometimes a harsh inunriiner
buzzer installed in the kennel
works. The buzzer; of course, ean
be more of a shock to the sleep
of neighbors at 3 a.m. than t a e
barking; y--y-- -.-h
ai ,nigni, a fiignt switcned on
sociated with some unpleasantness
or the dog will soon learn to dis disregard
regard disregard them.-Should you repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly visit the kennel tai silence a
dog, even though your intent is to
reprimand, a dog may resume the
commotion as soon as you are
gone in the hope of regaining your
presence. i T m-.; .r-.,-t;.,,
- There is one sure i fire way, to
silence a night-barker. Confined
in a doghouse in which he must
me prime victim of his own
narsn DarKing.Mt is the
1 On af tha biaaaat Harna nf av.
pense is bargaee tins: Each nm
years. pir carries two huee ban.
100 with his gear,-the other with hU'
street clothes. Each weighs about
pounas.' .. .,..
.uvn UUipuv W1JW U19 VWD r- ' i
Muipmcui iuca as mass, 911; smn- one umpire ligures it costs ST
guards, $10; four caps at $3.50 a- in tips every lime he moves from""
piece; sir black ties at $1.50, and one city to another, which is two
from six to eight shirts at--S3 JO and three times-weekly hell bH
each. ', o dopr man to cab driver to red"'
Shoes are expensive, from $22 cap to train porter. At his destina--'"
to $27 a pair for plate .umpires; tion, tt works in reverse order.
$18 for those working the bases, t There are compensations. T h ft...
Wool socks cost $2 and an umpire hours are good and .umpiring is fn
buys a half-dozen pairs,' Then noble and proud profession.
BIC BLOW-UP Bill "Sum "Summers
mers "Summers appears to be playing a
harp, but actually the veteran
American League umpire is
merely inflating hit protector.
"Fans' a. j funnv. too. Thv
think umpires also dress in blue
suits off the field.'! remember get
ting a good going-over from a
, Wherever people of distinction
meet you -II always find
harsh barkintf i r ih. 2 r : good going-over from llH T "TX t
vvnen suence is desired or rfl! "From the remarks', they pre pre-bedUme
bedUme pre-bedUme the dog is confined to his; sumably were waitine for the um.
i-uiuiunaDic Dea ana released w
me morning wnen be is fed nis
breakfast.. Since dogs sleep at
least 12 hours in every 24, he will
soon resign himself to sleep dur during
ing during this time.
Closing a dog In during winter
nignts can Help to keep him snug
and warm. It must be remember-
ea, noweyer,' that
should be properly
Tn r;ir n ti i :
X- r x
pire. I strolled out wearing; a light,
tan tropical suit, stray hat and;'
Drown and white shoes. Not one of
them 1 recognized" me. They
WA-A nrnhflhlv- InAlrlnif fAi a falliiiM
in a blue suit, wearing a blue cap
and 1 chest protector. ,,
An umoira laad a loni!v Ufa
a oognouse is away from hia f a m i r v tar
shadaif init'mnntlii at a tin. ..J k.. t. !...!
ventilated before confining, a dog;tobe his own traveling secretary.!
to it in the summer time.
Properly scheduled, dog. master
na neienoors can De happier and
from the house may do the trick, t healthier.
Bom buzzer and light must be as-1 ; (Distributed by NE A Service),
plain that heVUI incorporate bothiSff; sihliVZ tT mfu
U the attack .this trip: Rassing JSSl ,h.
Umpires never live at the same!
hotels as .ballplayers; except in;
Cincinnati, where they all share1
the Netherland Hilton. When you,
see an umpire in street clothes.l
he's with a fellow umpire or
friends, Never with ballplayers or
club officials, V 1 I
Big league umpires are paid a-'
bout $6,000 their first year, are
raised $1,0000 a year until they
reacn a nnanciai peat 'ot about
$15,000. Theytbavt a modified pen.:
sion plan. .....
In the National League, um.
memoers of USARCA- for this rnimnw whm .:..V.Ti P re "V reimbursed tor train and
avaiMw WUiJ 4 III J 1 CVC1 V C U
' ., ' .I '.' v if- t i 1 t -. '
13 Judo. Glass Graduates
In Colorful Exhibition
Highlighting graduation exercls- gust, it was decided to form a cluh
-X.;, .,' SWcAr
! I 7TT. '.iV fl3r O
1 1 5sis yy-
: mfcrwf s. j-j v'
" '.v If;' -x-
nto. the attack .this trip. Rassing 7. ZZ'.ZIV! in .V" Defenders CIub"i V, V "n.
.cSXnk s cLSS rlgi
fine improvement. Halfbacks Doni', essed rsdu1le! toemselves by-laws, club officers and a pro- '' -t".-7,
Sutherlin and Jimmy Roseboro!piior, to fee,vl58 "i Vm of future acUvities. -, structor, Sp3 Marinelll;; ovet1 her
look even batter.
1 hoye yon joined
the fun at the
Friday t & Saturdays
Mldnitfto 4:30 a.m.
plane -1 bass and drum
combination of the
GEORGE GODOY TRIO
iSeiOrfr an audience Of frlendt. .-t r t 4 'ahmiMar- Anrtna ola.a,
KlatlvM and members of the new Charter members are- the grad-1 Ar a team, the group put on a
judo class which started last week, ting group, two military judo judo demonstration at the Fort
graduates demonstrated ''throws intructorsr SFC Cabrera and Sp3 GuHck Service Club last month
and fails' mastered during 15 ar fry Marinelh and M.; Fussek that was a great hit with the
M Altai a Aolra aia.4 a. J M a, IH u Sfe ak m 1 am aTaa avS T j I W
uuuua hctm w ivcii anu cuuri cmpiuye ior uie ranama ta-. spectators. '.;;.
since the course began in- June of n&l Railroad Company and club f f' : ;
this year. K upervisor.r, v . .! on Sept. il, the Self Defenders
. ' u i .f'TUaiy m.mW. will h. .1.4.J m ..... ....
Prfntatinn M rflnkm.i In 4h. .1 ..yv.o to roreroi tiuu will pui on a Similar exniDl-
13 Member cla.s i?h1S iinHarf f r?dJuatM1 the present tion afFort Kobhe's Service Club
u member class, which included and future judo classes -held at as part of Organization Dav per,
j hree young ladies, was made bythe USARCARIB School,", stated monieV. Uran,I.8tI0D Dt7 cere'
I If CoL Robert H.;Townsend as- Canistranp Pabon, club president.. ,
r1?1"?! commandant of the UfSAR,! added diminutive Goldv I Tn .rfH,iin i u...-
i" A:"n :..f" Hatgl, cluh, secretary, "We wiU the new c l b eonsista of Csnistra.
tSUOHiVCra, UUffiflHQ LI1C Hfni imVllTK lrranf Anlir 4hab. J ... . r.
VS rtlaf "y0U "-Sl-Sr- who Tre" in er:
r hw w aviuHMi sjuuffuviu ui at li i.p nr mnn : a,
To offer a PALL MALL is the highest
, compliment you can'pay.f
There ia nothing so enjoyable at an I
when that cigarette is a PALL MALL,
PALL MALL has teen created (
especially: for those smokers whose )
fine taste demands something (. : "
more than just an ordinary cigarette- v
PALI MALLS, in their distinctive
j bright-red package, contain the ( .
world's finest tobaccos blended into
liiht-textured fall-flavored smoke
Their gnaitrUnfthfiUm' j
" tkt make giving you mellower arid
r-.- -. .... mmA
It yon haven't dttcorend.thtt
enjoyment of smoking
PALL MALL' try one todiyf
-. -. ... atr ,
onstrated ability upon compleUon,, This young lady who lips
Sr3 r.pnrffo I.nnalin and rinnaM
t n e Whittemorc, Sp2's" Jesus Martinez
iuA f air-condi .4
nightcap on lb houn
at 4 JO a.m.. . :
- Ceorg alio plays th piano'
. 10 DJn. to t a.m.
Sun, Tuaa, Wed. A'Thuni
Claa !l Sundar nlrM aba
' talt Werka4-iil)r.
i -- i. t.. ....
IS I III ..rat -f-. ..
ii 111 rpgyounrnowerwra
I fee 8od fast f
Ly1 1 J ) :
.. iv i k
; .... '.
ana raoki .
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y wTx l'7"f'W.W;, aa.-rWUU.UU ). OU.UU
IH S.' f ACCUMULATED) (ACCUMULATED) - M,
ews Of The
art certainly commendable quaU- scales at i2h-nn.mrf. .,nH.,.: " ".,:V,"
ties that sneak fop -uusmaMvei.'' ith- -kii- Zi.l ... 1 "'. William
That tte course in "Unarmed how easlly-she flips 200-pound in-, Arenas ,taD?mU"
Defense," which is a variation of, ... V Aren"
Judo, is tougn and demanding, ean i
ba best realized bv comoarintf the "" . ". K
graduating group of 13 against the
40 original entrants. ,. ,. ...
"Our biggest losses occurred
during our tirst few Friday nignt
sessions"- commented SFC Canos
Cabrera, one of two instructors."
"During these first few periods
he continued, "we car fully ob observe
serve observe the new members' execution
! of the basic falls used in judo, and
it any ditiicuity, through lac of
coordination is noted, we recom recom-mend
mend recom-mend that they discontinue the
workouts.". ,r .. '. i
"We were surprised," explained
Capt. Jorge A. Matos. an MP .in
structor, "that judS would appeal
, to the girls when we offered the
. course.. Of six who started in
, June," he continued," 'three are
graduating tonight." ;
i Eligibility in the judo classes is
umnea to us mmtary. personnel,
their dependents and US. em-
i ptoyes. .. 1 ;
.way through, the course, the
graduating group, fired with en-
s'Bsin m tneir newiv develop developed
ed developed prowess in the art of "Unarm "Unarm-ed
ed "Unarm-ed Defense,' began discussing
ways in wmcn uiey could comi- ..
nue meeting to practice snd devel-1
op the techniques learned. I
A a, I . SW
m an uuormai gaijieruig la Au- jz
Mr. -EDIFO GONZALEZ from Coneep Coneep-,
, Coneep-, clon was the inckv Winner of Sept. 1(
tnd prize of$80.00.
Total : . $1,080.00
a Jl picJl-cIi il "VB3C0U to DEMDIM WU
ataiaaat''''! ... .'?t
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, Central At. 41
tOURDES PHARMACY ;,
1 La Canuqallla v
' tie. M "B"traat
, 4th at July Ave. J it
; LEWIS service ; ;
f Ave. ttvel He. 4 .. :','
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
.' '.',' Ml Central Ave, :
' FARMACIA LUX
IM Central Atom
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
. Parqee Lrfrm f S treat
NOVEDADES ATHIS 1
" Via bpaaa Ave.
. FOR )
V 1 emearaaaaaaammmwm
Phone' Pn X-055J
Write Box L. Balboa, CJS.
Hours 8 to 13. 1:80 WV
Saturdays 8 .m. to noon.
Alter hours Pan ,3-3050
;-. -, ; ;':''.;
Automobile, Fire, etc
TRANSPORT! BAXTER, 8. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
' Leara' Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Rklini Jemping CJsssss daily
I to y a.ss. f-Jhone 2-2451
classic popular and ia
3? .Street No. -A TeL S-1596
( Ogen nntlk 7: p..
Learn S Dances for $1$
i -, Tanfo ft etc.
" jBALBOA 2-4239
HARNETT & DUNN
"Slim Toar fltrtfra
body; w reducing;
' McLevr Mithints, Masanc
Steam Bth alt ani feml
iu i "5 r.i 'ArammM'a-ZIT
Dr. 8CH01A ,tialneO uuranaaiw
Schools To Receive
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 (UPj-
The Agriculture Department today
bought 3,200,000 pounds of froien
hamburger in the first step of a
beef-buying program aimed at bol-.;
stering cattle prices this fall.
'a i' r-.v.- '.'W1'.. '--''
J The purchases" at prices rang ranging
ing ranging from about 3i,fej 35 cents a,
pound cost th government a
bout $1,100,000 the densrtmont
. said. The hamburger will be do-
natod to schoe) lunch re erne ,.. .......... v .... ... . price level because U 'would have
with deliveries scheduled te, be- inftrtrc TA nrttiiic .embarrassed hmw.;. if he had
: gin In lata October. B 'Wlui E U 1UflU I r, checked, he might have been slow-
Secretary of Agriculture EAR.;ij, uj. vAt 'er.to make the false' and Irre
-Rnxnn earUer announced plans to n c S nOneSr: UKflv snnnsihle statements he made yes-
buy a total of 550 million pounds
- hamburger. ;T h e- department
said purchases will continue on a
weexiy oasis wim, u
of bids from .tupphen due October
4Stb M. Vis E3pa
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
... ABUS. MATV8S1 ASSOaATI -BIS
Abattoir Nadonal ...... V
Banet, rtfudwle ...... tl
lokanlson ............. I
Ceesento PsnsmS It
Cerveceria Nidonal .... SI
Chirlcsaa: ds Ucbo .... U
Coea Cola ...
mi. with Com. I
1 Destllsdors Nadensl ;,.
' flnanelero tttmcto ,y
- Pret wlta Com.
; fftefi wittl Coos. ....
guana y lAisVrPret ... ft 11
ruerxa y lW-tCosa,
otelos tnteramrleanoa, SS4
General do Segures U, -Paruunefta
de Aceltes ...
Panamtfis e Pibras ... XJ ;
PanameiU'de Seguree ,.' 2S.
. PanameAe do .tables .. IS
Teatro BelUvisla ......
reatro Central ..........
ATTENTION 0. 1.1 Awe kiH
MWcra fwaWNMi aMrtataara, I,
2 taaVa ait, kt, cM !. !.-Plum
Plum !.-Plum Pakaara I44I. :
'' FOR RENT: Niwly ,fumiha4
. ami n(uranli4 .apa 1 1 m a a 1 1.
A L HAM BRA APARTMENTS.
' 10th Street Na. 8061. Phana
i 1316, Calea. .'.';
FOR RENT: Comfortabla a a-pjrtmaitt,
pjrtmaitt, a-pjrtmaitt, 3 bajraamt, 'flarat,
maid's roam.: 48th Straat 23.
Infarmariea in Apt, No. Z.-
: FOR RENT. Fumnhad nodara
' aptftmamV military iiupactad. 5
' miaurat f ram Zona. Call 2-.
FOR RENT: Apartmsnt: livinr
dininf room, btdroom, kitchaa,
yard, parking, conereta building,'
$50, La Pradtra, Sabanai, front
' of La Garantia Fwmitiira Facta Facta-ry.
ry. Facta-ry. Pkana 3-2756. ;
FOR RENT Small furnhhad
apartments Bait raiidantial tac taction.
tion. taction. Near all bus traps,' 43rd
Straat Na. 13.' i ?
FOR RENT: Una two-room
apartmant. Nica, caol and s.uiot
ntiahborhood. 1 0th Straat No.
5, San Franchc da Is Calata.
FOR RENT: Furnlthad apart apart-'mint,
'mint, apart-'mint, 'cool, comfortabla. On Vis
Porras. Call 3-5024 Panama.-
FOR RENT Apsrtmant, far.
niihad or unfurnithad. It is Army
.'approvad and hat ttevt snd ra ra-..
.. ra-.. frigarator built in. Apply janitor
at T1-J8 4th July Aya. or phona
Balboa 2966. Hopkins.
FOR RENT: Csntplataly fur fur-nithtd
nithtd fur-nithtd apartmant, scrsenad, ia ia-"tpttted
"tpttted ia-"tpttted Via Espaila, bouts ba barer.
rer. barer. Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Completely fur- ;
: Kithed apartment two bedrooms,'
maid's room, fret. House No.
54 Vis Eipana. Phono '3-6361.
E0R RENT: Top floor, 1 bed bed-.roomt,
.roomt, bed-.roomt, 2 dining rooms, hot ws ws--
- ws-- ter, terrace, front porch,' maid's
room. garage Ave. Ecuador No.'
14: Phone 3-4705. ;r-tt
FOR RENT Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, porch, dining
room, garage, maid's room. His
l psnia, Colombia Street No. 3,;
$115. -. .'
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garage. In Urbanisation
El Carmen, lit Strsst No. 91,
' FOR RENT: Furnished spsrt spsrt-ment,
ment, spsrt-ment, Ftigidsire, stove, etc. One ..
; bedroom, living dining room,
balcony, wssh tubs. Apply Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row, Panama Auto, No.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartmant,
mant, apartmant, living-dining room, two
. bedrooms, refrigerator, gas stove.
Belle Vitts, 43rd Street No. 64.
:i ,.;.,.."!terdy.?.f."- v..- f-.-i '-wi.!
; DALLAS, Tex. -(UP)- B 6 1 "K n had checked 1952 food
fnimi ,nH hnnen men: br prices," Mitchell said, Vhe would
. J 1 11 1 i" m, c v L men IJV
me inousanoT and didn't go out
wmitla a lantera as Diogenes did'''-
l Wump uses coffee,' coffee cake,
, blueberry muffins, doughnuts, and
I rnll. ,. i,i. ',:
Crump operater a cafeteria that
w fi, u,o inum.
serves 300 to 400 persons every
morning. There s no cashier. The
customers deposit their own mon-
ey and fish out their own change.
Crump said he has found in two
and one-half years of operation
that, the few cases 'of his being!
short-changed that turn un are
PITTSBURGH niP uh.n
a burglary suspect barricaded i mala, today accepted a gut 01 announced yesterday aiternoon
himself in a third-floor apart-l 3,000 tons of powdered milk from by p. U Dade, Chief, Civil De Dement,
ment, Dement, Deteetiv e John Jam-s he United States- government 'fense. .: The graduates of these
cauea tor an aerial ladder, from
the fire department. He scaled the
laaoer, unhooked a window screen
ana cornered the cringing suspectr The milk was expected to ar
under a bed.' rrive at : Indian norts soon. :
Calle H Ao. 11-53 Telifono 2-1483
Invites her distinguished customers to see
- the largest assorted upholstery material just
arrived n the latest styles and modern colors.
' -;,?..! "':'.'.-",;., .'. '.' V- "'tit'..' s.: Vvv" -''. -:
Our prices are recognized as the lowest in
the upholstery market. Come in and. visit us
just across the Auto Service: k'
FOR SALEi-"Msytst" wsiking
machine, food servicesblt con condition,
dition, condition, brand now 25-cycla mo motor,
tor, motor, $75. Phono Balboa 2219.
FOR SALE $190 Wettingheuta,
frott-frea refrigerator; new 60-'"
cycle unit sutomstk defrotf, et
cedent condition. Phone 3-2S89.
Houss 1519 Msrgsrits. .'-'
FOR SALE: Folly automatic
Msytag waihlng machine $150,
good condition. Phona 13-4291 :
Cunsndu. . -' : ... U ;
FOR SALE: Wetting hoe is
t Laundromst sutomstic wsther,
25-cycla. one year old $200;
alto WettinghoutO refrigerator,
25-cycla, and snorted Venetian
blinds. 26364 (Balboa).
FOR SALE: Rattsa chaite
loungt with end tsble, good con condition,
dition, condition, $65. Housa 321 L Empire
Street. Balboa. ,2-1281. M --
FOR SALEh Leaving Isthmus.
. Studio couch, wicket set, various
household goods, mirrors,-rugs."
Phons 2-1567. l v i ., V
oais & iMoloa
FOR SALE Molded 15-foot fi fiber
ber fiber gists host, Isp-strska con-
struction snd 25-hp. 1956 John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Will sell scpsrstsly. Phona
- Curundu 5255. v
Food Price Hikes
Denied By Labor;
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 (UP)-!
Labor Secretary James P, Mitchrl
ell said yesterday after a 30-min-
ute conference with President Ei-!
is spreading "half-truths and dis-,
tortions'l about food prices.
tie stiia btevenson, Democratic
presidential nominee, "doesn't
know what he's talking about.?' He
quoiea Mevenson as saying to a
Milwaukee speech ,laf night that.
, Mitchell Issued his statement
aiirl riicPIICCMl ths citiotinn- U 1 I h
reporters shortly after Assistant
White House Press Secretary Mur-
ray Snyder announced
have a "non-political"
ment of "major proportions." Sny
der later told newsmen he was
; Mitchell conceded that the
I cost of living index Is VA per
I cent over January, 1953,t whan
tha Eisenhower administration
came into office. But he s a i d
food prices which .make up part
of this index, actually are 3 par
cant lower than they were in
,' 195J.-'."-;';V';-' ".
1 Mitchell said Stevenson 4,dellb-
eraieiy ignorea me mae iooa
- ,. r
nave wu mav mey were mser
i 'stuian. 'admimsiraiMWi
man uiey are touay. ; ?
The Ubor Secretary also said
,H is unwise, tn discuss fond nrlces
7 . -
without taking-an increase in wag-
es into consideration; tie saia ;tne
woraer can touay nuy mucn more
witit his money, than ever beofre."
tnJ' r.atc CM
HQ Iu VJClS Vjlll
fr i ir A i tlli
ip Flnnrl A rone
NEW DELHI. Sept. 29 (UP)
or mstrtDuuon in areas hit ny
lood, famine and other catas
vioCtLLANEOUSK FOR SALE
, ALCOHOLICS ANONTMOUI v AntnmnriilM
. box 2031. ancom, cx Amomorjue
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX ,Bt
FOR SALE New Norgo oloctrio '' blue ''besu-
. dryer, never uted. $175; XV -"'' P $1595.
, Magnaves TV, needs repair $2$. COLPAN MOTORS, Automobile
"' CaH 3-6851 after 5 p.m., Raw.
FOR SALE: Two 6V square fOR $ALE-$msll English car ',
: German batteries, tsksa from $tsndsrd. 44th Street No.
Diisel motor, for American cars. 4-219.
fondrilnK !!ta SSi : FOR SALE 1954 Stud.s.k-
, chna. $5 osch. 0759-F B.I- Mn4 Overdrive,
' ' '-' lesthor apholttsry. Only ons
FOR SALE: Bssutiful pure- awnot. 'Hae lets then .20,000
bred bbek Cocker gup. Male, $ ""- $1095. Tamts if necesss-
j weeks sld. Wins, Ptnams 3- ry. Hopkins. Phona Bat. 2966.
y.6013... ..'. FOR SALIj- 1950 Oldsniobil j
MAID SEEK JOB fire days a Coupe, excellent condition, clean
4 wekk- Good with children. Has rrict reasensWe. Telephone ;
references CaB 82-4190; Panama ,1-4050.
' FOR SALE: Singer Zig-Zag FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman
sewing machine, latest modal, 9 : Convertible, excellent condition,
months use. Information 2363- $725 cash. Qtn. 137-A Albrook.
0, CocoH, -. f "t 36-3141. -.--.... ;..,.-,
. CAPABLE person sseks fuH or FOR SALE: By origlnsl owner,
part-time job to do dressmaking late 1 95 1 Chevrolet Club Coupe,
or contract sewing. Write Boa. Powerglide, radio, font new tires
3782 Ancon P.O x and battery, 29,000 miles, ex-
FOR SALE.- British "Monarch" ( w".
' Hi-Fi record chsngsr; 'must ba ' r '" v ";
- Plugged to radio; without ctsa FOR SALE: 1954 Bukk Special
or cartridge, brand aew $25, Riviere. oxcsDsnt c a a d i t i a n.
, Psnsma 2-4354. t Price $1751 65S-B. Curundu. I
Taft-Hartley Act Should Be
Amended, Nixon Tells Ohioans
- ENROUTE WITH NIXON. Sept.
29 (UP) Vice President Richard
M.- Nixon told Ohio GOP leaders
in the hometown of the lata Sen.
Robert A. Taft yesterday the Taft-
The RepubUcan candidate made
la brief campaign appearance in
qinciannatl, Ohio, the 20th state
on his cross country campaign
tttr, at noon. , 1
He flew from 'Cinciannati to
immrh Mivnn'. uioit wh.aiin
brought back memories of the 1952
namn.iffn I Wk..liM tk.l
he and President Eisenhower tield
their politically-historic 4'reeoncl-
liation" after Nixon had "come
ciean ss-s hound's tooth" with hit
nationally televised srerh
pense fund" raised by friends for
!nis use as a Senator. :
Nixon, defending the Eisenhowr
er administration's labor record,-
Said the Taft-Hartlev -law nhniild
be changed because it is "not a where he was met by Sen. George portable, bleacher aimed at in in-perfect
perfect in-perfect law." Nixon, however, did st. Uenoer, a candidaet tor re-e-i creasing teaching efficiency bas
not spell, out any specific changes, lection in Ohio, and by Sen. .John been designed by two University
Nixnn said that lutvir relation.
Under thin Eisenhower drnlnlstra.v
tion were better than at any time
during the last 25 years,
The candidate,- predicting : that
a "majority" 'of1 union members
would vote for President Eisen-
hower's re-election, chided Adlai
E. Stvon.nn. t h nomnr.tii-
- presideiitial nominee, who a 0 w
wanU the act repealed.
' Tht Taft .Hartley act, Niton
1 M immiu
"i8 ue act mat Mrrsteven
i -v, f
.... H rfrs nrn
I. VII JHIPlTVP
i T IB a X"! Wl aWW
.... if" a. ..... ; ,,
Four Clvil Defense first aldiFay Mlnton, Mrs. Joan Van
classes for Company-Govern- VHet. Mrs. Evelyn Reynolds,
ment personnel will start Mon
day and Tuesday In the biggest
training session of this type ev-
er undertaken officially, it was
classes,' many 01 wnom win par
jdeipate in the Jackpot V exer
clses In October, will all receive
Civil Defense certificates and
first aid identification cards.
' The classes, Instructors, time
and place, follow; October-1,, 3,
5, 8, 19, lz irom v:uu to
a.m.; Instructor; Mr, James
Barrett alt the Red Cross Build
ing In Ancon; Students: William
M. Sergeant. Michael Zom'jory,
John C. Paige, Norbert McCau-
ley.' Wiuiam Lioya, Mrs.. Bai-oa.
ra Silvers, Mrs. Nellree Smith,
Mrs. Marlon Taylor, Mrs. Rosa Rosalie
lie Rosalie A. Demers, Mrs. Irene Maher,
Mrs. Nina Copenhaver, Mrs. Mar-
Jorie Lewis. ; ;...;; j V.
October 2, 4, 11, 15 and 16
from 10:0 to 12:06 noonr In Instructor,
structor, Instructor, Mr. John Winkfosky
at the Red Cross Building In
Ancon: Students: Mrs. Olive
Pajak, Mrs. Carol RJfby, Mrs."
Jean-Violette, Mrs. Irene Ve-.
no. Mrs. Mildred Morrell, Rtch-
, ard D. Mahoney, Benavidea A-
tael J.,Mrs. LOis J, Deerwester,
Mrs. Bernadine G. Lally; Mrs.-
Mercedes palomeras, William t
J. Killeallen, ; Mrs. MUdred
Frlck, Mrs. Jeanne Magnuson,
Richard Coy, Robert Hanna.
, October 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12 from
2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Instructor, M-".
I William Townsend at Bulldiny
1 69. the Employment Building on
Roosevelt Ave., Balboa. Stu-
dents; Mrs, Helen smitn, Mrs.
son thought' had enoueh rood in it
that it shnuld h loft th KmAk
In 1952 but who discovered in 1956,
after four, years of un-naralelled
labor-management peace, that the
pealed.", i..-.i ,' : t JrVMbr. herjoliiiv w-olfl
Nixon flew into Cincinnati from n". "P wgether very weUv and!
Nashville, ; Tenn.,, h
TVA country, where
ed Pemocratic claims
ministration., was op
lie power operations. ; J i f
private power,"!, Nixon said. "We
M tnv n,ku..,.a ... J L .
and cheapest. That is the Amerl
can way' w , 3 'a
Nixon Hold a Nashville aud ence
of 3.000 that "vou can have nron.
ress". under the srtminisiratinn.
partnership program of private in
fdustry working with federal,
state and local governments."
Nixon held a brief news confer-)
ence at the Cincinnati airnnrt j
W. Rrirkpr1 nf nhin i '
Nixnn tnlri '. npuumer. former
President Truman has "always
naa vji puna spot" on the case of
Alcer s Hist. cnnvlcterl i n-riiirer
whom Mr Truman recently said
was never a spy, but "I'm glad to
see there is very little support for
the position he took"-.. --
Mivnn .m h. t a uiH.n
In his travels that Mr. Eisenhow- ons where the instructor wants
era health wonid be amajor camHal1 members of the Class' to have
paign Issue. He added, it is "cer- a lose. view.' ;j y : ..:.'"
J'-ifci waut. alc IMUCU,
- talnly not hurting us
rl-rrrir 11 s-i v
I HVP 1 ill
'SIMWWWW t If
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1 Mrs. Ruth Baitf, Mrs. Dorothy
King, Mrs. Muriel Black. Miss
Gladys Elklns, W. H. Stephens,
C. A. McGlade. Jamer Brisrman.
Henry pearl, James Cullen. Ed'
ward Appin. R. s. Brogie, Ruius
Lovelady, Glenn Burdick, Or
landa Flye, John G. HAky, Ed
ward F. O ConnelL
October 2. 4, 9, 11, 15 and 16,
from 2:00, to 4:00 p.rn. Instruc
tor. Mr. w. T. Goodwin at BulHl
ing 69, Employment Building on
Roosevelt- Avenue,- Balboa. Stu
dents: Mrs. Francis Wheeler,
Mrs.' Barbara Schmltt, Mrs.- M.
Y. Budreau, Mrs. Virginia Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Mrs. Dorothy 'Rose, Mrs.
Anna, Pruttt, Mrs. Befity Boyer,
Mrs. Juliet de Leon, Mrs.. Joy c
Bevington, Mrs. Mildred xRan xRan-dall,
dall, xRan-dall, Mrs. Rosemary Kenealy,
Mrs. Feme Levee, Mrs, . Danna
Bissell, M. J. Cozens, George T.
Darnall, Jr., H. W. Cassibry, J.
Rand. Richard potter. James A.
Yates, Austin P. Yoder, Thomas
It wui be seen from the above
that ,theclasses that start Mon
day are Monday, Wednesday and
Friday classes for two Weeks, six
2-hour classes. The classes start starting,
ing, starting, Tuesday, October ; 2,. ar
Tuesday and Thursday classes
for two weeks -plus a Monday
and Tuesday class on the third
week.' ; '; v.j'.,:;-;;-'
:,'.v V'-. HITCH HIKIR
HOLLAND. Mich. :UP)
Art Sas. drove his foreign-made
sports ear Several miles bV ore
he stopped to check the- strand j
sounds coming from under the
hood. A cat was lying inside -next
to tne motor,
FOR RENT Fumithad chalet,
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 C
No. 2-241, Balls Vitts. PhoM
3-5351, S a.m, to S p.m.
; FOR RENT: Newly painted,
,: completery furnished Z-bedraam
K bungalow to military couples,'
. $90. Pareua Lafevre 7th Street
' No. 22.-' '. -. i r' t
: FOR RENT f Furnished chalet,
Via Porras 142. Phono 3-2575.
r Porch,, 3 bed roe nit, living room,.
' dining room, garage.
WANTED: Housekeeper to
cook. References required Housa
S229-B th St., Margarita. Ap Apply
ply Apply Saturday and Sunday as aft-J
or 5 p.m. week days. :
Special Farewell ;
Service To Be Held
Al S:inl Peler's ;
With the Rey. John' Spear deli
vering the sermon, a special serv
ice will be held at St. Peter's
church, La Boca. 7:30 tomorrow!
night as a. farewell to Mrs. Elisa
Davis, choirmaster -organist .for
several years.. :
; She wilf leave for the ,U b 1 1 e d
States next Friday oa an lndefi-
inlte stay, sccompanied by her
Mrs.' Davis has proven- azealous
unrkpr nf thn church. She heads
the Parish Welfare Council, which
has been helpful in raising funds
for tjhevparisl from time to time
TV show further aDDreclation'
for her services ta the parish, the'
Woman a Auxiuary, oi wnicn MfS
Da.yis if member J"8 'noif
CUlld Will DODOr DCr WllQ i Ure-
well, party urtoe parish nail next
Wednesday mgluV. wti 'PfeeB-j
"ona wm w m.ue,
i J,c"rc ? u,ru W.
I tCL Vnlrr
rgilS jU E Uiirva
., j '', t.'.'v.' i. ? ?
AUSTIN Tex. 'i i (VPV A
nf Tpvs pnffineers. ;
': L ; .: ... it ..i
V Dr: B.H. Amstea, t associate
paroiessor or mecnsiucni cugiura-
U1B. 8nO &a warn. vr ruens re-
search ..a engineer, predicted the
bleacher which accommodates
H college-sise students and as
many, as 25 chUdren wuTbe
useful for laboratory demonstra
Desiened to pass through a reg
ulation size schoolroom door the
bleachers are 10 feet long and can
be erected by one person.
"ARTfSTS ond MODELS'
, Dean Martin and' Jerry
Lewis offer their latest and
funniest Illustration of the
fine art of drawing laughs be beginning
ginning beginning when "ARTISTS AND
MODELS"- OPENS AT THE
CENTRAL. The comedy kings
will -dip into1 their famous
bucket of hilarious trtcKs ana
paint the VistaVlslon, techni technicolor1
color1 technicolor1 screen with their most
colorfully ; goofy ', adventure
yet as they don smock and
&eret crash the crazy wona
of art and run riot as comic
bosk Illustrators.- Co-starring
with these maddest artists
Greenwich ,VWase ever knew
are Shirley MacLaine. Doro
thy Malone, Anita Ekberg and
others and the country's most
luscious, glamorous mooejs
featured.- Six hit songs and
many spectacular, production
numbers pace Dean and Jerry
as. they keep, one jump ahead
oi bat ladies, vulture men and
interplanetary rockets. "ART
ISTS AND. MODELS" OPENS
AT THE CENTRAL.ON
WEDNESDAY 3rd. 1
eart of tha mainiamea uigu jcvci. out mav
he challene" framed (a junior choir for t h e
that the ad.W" lcb00 'i?iWrt; ...
t FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largai
bescfc house. One mile peat Ca-
ansa. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoonsids Cottapee,
San. Clara. Bos 435, Bolbeov
; BUCHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clare.
re. Clare. Shrapnel'a comfortable houses.
Phono Themptsa Balboa 1772.
Spend your week-ends st Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
tha Republic, with all conveni conveni-t
t conveni-t eneos. Moderate prices. Tha new i
! mansgoment k anxious ta serve
y.- ' ..
Wanted To Rent
FOR SALE: 1950 Bukk Super.
Oynaflow, radio, whitewall time,
38,000 milss, excellent mocha n-
kal condition, $500. Phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1427. i
mr. aawiram-!,i.sasf ..ssjnTf m
RECRUITING SERGEANT RE-ENLISTS Sgt. Si 4u Alger; the
1 20th Infantry Regiment's reenllstment sergeant, Is sworn In
,for three more years by Ma. William P, Schless, Regimental.
Adjutant. Alger received commendation' In a recent USAR
CARIB puibllcatlon for the number of reenllstments effected
within the Regiment, ws.
. For Pilot Class
WASHINGTON (AFPS) The
Army has announced the award of
the first contract to train helicop helicopter
ter helicopter pilots through, civilian flying
instructors. r; .
An 1890.215 contract for 27,000
hours of primary flight instruction
at Camp wolters. Tex. has Deen
made with the Southern Ariways
Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Some 50 student pilots will en
ter training in January; 1957, with
new classes starting every loui
Camp Wolters, formerly an Air
Force base, was turned over "to
the Army last July as a .training
center for Army aviators. ;,
Striker Killed 0:
In Mine Melee
CALCUTTA.' Sept.' 29 (UPWPo'-
lice killed nine strikers in a riot
outside a coal mine in Jamuria
Thursday night, officials reported
yesterday-.,' -V: f. t,--
Poke tried to break up a, mob
of strikers which was preventing
non strikers from entring the
mine: t i
" . 'i'..
In the melee, the police fired
and threw tear gas grenades. The
mob of 3,000 dispersed, leaving
nine dead, including a woman.
Three policemen were injured.
SPECIAL WEEK SALE
(9th Stvarrd, Central
' COMPLETE ASSORTMENT, ?
French Silk , 4
Raw silk plain and printed
Silk chanlung x V
. Chinese Brocade v
Moygayshel linen plain and printed
Embroidered Sateen v vi
. Embroidered Linen
Italian Lame ''
Dacron & Cotton Dress Fabrics
Kohama Fabrics ,-,
ALL REDUCED TO rvflNIMUM
FOR ONE VEEK ONLY
LOST fir FOUND
LOST r Brown snd white femala
eat wearing collar, phono 2 2-2752
2752 2-2752 during week-end. Reward.
WANTED: Spanish snd In..
; lish speaking young men wits)
'.driver's Kcoase to be trained for
' saleaman. Write to Boa OCS,
uro this newspaper, ghring com complete
plete complete information an schooling,
WANTED Saleaman. Bilingual
and. with chauffeur's license.
Please write Box XYZ, care this
newspaper, giving experience;
FOR SALE,-. Magnificent resi residence,
dence, residence, 4 bed reams, independent,,
residential sane, Apply Phona
Army rooto oy nooer. etewarn
His Own Advice
And Re-Enlisfs :
Set J. A. 'Alger, the 20th In
fantry Regiment's Teeruitlng-
sergeant. Has tasen some oi nis
own advice and reenllsted for
trAAAT? JtlJoAiJ t .,-'1., i
Holding his present position1
at Fort Kobbe since October of
last year, Sgfe Alger's Army ca-
reerhas been a varied one. pri prior
or prior to his assignment to this unit
he served a tour, with the Okla-
homa A and M ROTC unit at
Previously he served 18 months
in Korea as First Sergeant of
the 529th Pdtroleum Company.'
He also has been attached to the
82nd Airborne Division at Fort
Bragg, North Carolina.
Alger and his wife. Addie Jo, ..
have two daughters, aged four
and five. --: ':-
As evidence of the job Sgt Al Alger
ger Alger has been doing in, the; post'
year, recent copy, of the
USARCARIB News Letter stated.
under the title, v commenaa-
."A" review of the number of
reenllstments effedtedv within
'Sykeg Regulars,' the 20th In-.
lantry, tne past Tnonm attests
to the high spirit and oubtand
lng leadership found within that
Regiment and to the. conscien conscientious
tious conscientious and untiring efforts of Its
Reenlistmerit Personnel-, ;
Aye. No. 9123 -..CoIqii)-
s m -my, sEnmsEn 25, 193
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Weatherman Says October To Bring:
Heavy Showers Throughout Isthmus
The following weather condi conditions
tions conditions are based on past records!
and may be expected to occur in j
the Canal Zone and ylclnitjr next
month. ,", '4 '
Weather; Rainy-season condi conditions
tions conditions will s become Intensified
durinn ; October,,, and -hve a r y
showers may be expected i Over
the entire isthmus at more f re re-fluent
fluent re-fluent interval Rain will be
likely to occur on 22 days dis distributed
tributed distributed over 8J hours at Balboa
Heights and 21 days and 107
hours at Cristobal. The average
amount of rainfall for the
month Is 10.58 Inches at Balboa
Heights, 14.18 Inches at Madden
Dam, and 15.91 inches at Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. Variation" between the
wettest and driest Octobers, on
record are: 20.27- to 4.35 inches
at Balboa Heights, 27.71 to 8.41
Inches at Madden Dam, and
42.17 toH.83 inches at Cristobal.
Clouds and Sunsh'ne: Mostly
cloudy skies will prevail during
-knfnh1 Kilt fViAra will hit. ATI nv
VUUWUV., WUV wv- TT Wv
' erage of 5 hours of sunshine per
.dav. Tnere wiu. nowever. do a-
bout 5 days during th month
with no sunsnine at au.,.
Fers: Nigh-tlme and early early-morning
morning early-morning fogs may be expected
iuite frequently over the Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Cut section of the Canal
and the central section of the
Isthmus along the Trans-Isthmian
highway, but none, are
likely to. occur at either Canal
entrance. Most of the fogs form
round midnight and may be
expected to dissipate before 8:30
Temperature: The monthly
mean air temperature will be
between 79 and
ber temperatures on record are
95 And 68 degrees, The average
temperature of the sea,. water In
Balboa and Cristobal naroors
will be between 82 and 83 degrees.-
- ''. :
Relative Humidity:' The rela
tive humidity will average about
88 per cent' at Balboa Heights;
90 per cent at Madden Dam, and
85 per cent at Cristobal. 1
Winds: ; Light variable winds
will prevail; the'dlrection will
be mostly off-shore. The average
velocity will be between 5 and 7
miles per hour, along the coasts.
ana 3 mues per nour miana.
' Storms: Local rain and thun thunderstorms
derstorms thunderstorms will occur quite- fre frequently,
quently, frequently, and during these storms
wind velocities may reach 30
miles per. flour or more; but their
duration is too short to cause
any appreciable damage.
West Indian' hurricanes may
cross ship lanes In tne Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico and
western ; Atlantic Ocean, but
their usual path Is too far north
of Panama to cause damaging
winds on the Isthmus. Con
versely, they usually cause a 2 to
5 day breas in tne rouune
rainy-season weather with mod moderate
erate moderate to fresh southerly breezes
and fine sunny weather,
I ) keeps ,?;f-
WHAT GOES UP-
BATAVIA. N.Y. (UP1 Irv
ing Gilman, 16-yr-old drum ma
jor for tne &t. josepn s urum
Coras of .Batavia. flipped his baton
'.unwirrt rinrine a fire -department
degrees. The i ..rnivtrl parade and cot the sur-
daily maximum and minimum' priM of his -life. The metal baton
- a .ni j ... h .nil.: : tu . f . j
lemperaiures wut HVcingE Qa 1IU remainea up in uie u, juscu iu
73 degrees on the Pacific side 'a 5,000-volt power line "suspended
and 86 and 75 on th Atlantic i across the street. It caused a 90 90-lde.
lde. 90-lde. Highest and lowest Octo- 'miaute blackout.
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AN INDtPtNDtNT V f IkX DULY KEWSPAPfl
. ; .... ; .'
NEW COMMISSARY Construction and Panama Canal officials were present whenthe keys,
to the new Commissary retail store at Paralso were accepted by Col. Hugh M. Arnold, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau director. Present at the ceremony, from left to rlgnt
are, William Homa, tile contractor; K. C. Heliums, area Inspector; H. H. Feeney; chief c?
the Contract and Inspection Division; Willis Gillogly, of the Isthmian Constructors; Arorld;
Wilson Crook, Supply and Employe Service director; C. P. Shay, acting chief of the Retail
Store Branch of the Commissary, Division and R. G. Rowe, manager of the -Paralso Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. '.
jFla. Health Officer Fired
!:Qr Lunching -With Negro
MADISON, Fla., Sept. 29 (UP)r
; t attractive woman neaitn om-
. 1 heard yesterday she was be-
: fired for having lunch with a
i. j. She said her only error
', v. "in evaluating this communi-
' jnae Dr. Deborah Coggms
t:. however, "I have no inten-
:a of resigning. They'll have to
. c me." t..i:; t.'::-, J-.;
5 (The three counties which employ
Coggins, Florida's 'only, wom--an
health officer,"' voted unaat unaat-'ivtously
'ivtously unaat-'ivtously after a .stormy session
Thursday night to' cut off her 5675
Jvanthly salary.. Her actual firing
awRits Individual action by Madi Madison,
son, Madison, Jefferson and Taylor "Coun "Counties,
ties, "Counties, s
All thra cunt!t lika in tx-
tram narth Florid whtra rigid
. custom of stgragaiien ,ir
- closely akin to thot in ntarby
Gaaraia and whoro in soma ', a
rat. Ntaroot outmimbar Ih
'n' whites. ... ,-: .r f;";
Dr Coggins said she realized it
was a "little against social cus custom"
tom" custom" to hold a business conference
over lunch in a private : dining
room at Madison with Ettel Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, Negro' midwife consultant
for the state Board of Health.
That was two weeks ago.
- Angry reaction was immediate
on the Madison County Commis Commission
sion Commission and "I was stunned that such
a thing could happen," Dr. Cog Cog-gins
gins Cog-gins said. "But now I am sort of
reconciled that it does happen
' "I have committed no crime. I
made an error of judgment, but
my error was in evaluating this
eommunlfy.,--i---',w,yiv : ?:
But at the same time, the wom woman
an woman doctor emphasized she 'was no
crusader, "I have no soap boxes
and I am not an integrationist."
. "In fact." she said, "I thiitk It'
would be disastrous to try to. inte integrate"
grate" integrate" the three counties.; V J
, Dr; Coggins a native of .Tarn
- pa, is th wif of Dr. W i I m r
Coggins,. wh grow up in Madi Madison
son Madison and proclicoi hr. Sh said
-i hor husband's practice has not
1 sufforod bcaus of th lunch
Incident and sh plans to stay
bor and practic with him.
TODAY! 75c. 40el
1:30, 3:05, 5:05, 7:00, 9:05 pin
ROBERT VIRGINIA JEFFREY
RYAN -MAYO -HUNTER
1 1 iTTTi ii iTT'iHiiilaty
Dr. Coggins has no legal re recourse,
course, recourse, state officials, said,' be
cause she has served less than
the six months required to bring
her under civil service.
iAt Jacksonville, Dr. Wilson f,
Sowder, state health officer, said
he was "very distressed and sorry
about the whole affair,',' not only
because of Dr. Coggins personally
but "also I have been concerned
about the health program in those
three countries, r
"I hope that this won't... impede
the progress," he said. He added,
that Dr. Coggins' discharge "ap "appears
pears "appears to be cut and dried. j
"I don't believe she has com committed
mitted committed any crime or wrong-doing,
but that she merely made an er error
ror error in judgment in not realizing
the attitude of people in the area."
Of Race Bias
; WASHINGTON, Sept." 29 (UP)
A,1 government examiner today
recommendded dismissal of a raci racial
al racial 'discrimination complaint
against a bus line on grounds that
the Negro passenger waa "guilty
of fraudulent conduct.", ,.
F. Roy Linn, an examiner' for
the Interstate Commerce Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission, said the com complainant,
plainant, complainant, Ben H, Maddox of Los
Angles procedure "false testi testimony"
mony" testimony" to support his charge that
Southwestern Greyhound Lines
discriminated against him in 1953.
"In procuring the false testi testimony
mony testimony oi the corroborating witness
and making such testimony a part
of the record, complainant is guil guilty
ty guilty of fraudulent conduct," Linn
said. --v r.--,
: --ry .: '.fv :
"Such conduct casts suspicion
upon his own testimony in such
degree that it must be treated as
unworthy of belief and not entitled
to any weight insofar as th eged
discrimination is con concerned."
: The. recommendation now goes
to the full commission for final
action. , 5-:
, Middox, a 66-year- old seaman,
charged that a Greyhound ,b us
driver ordered him to move from
a reclining bus seat to a bencn
type seat at the rear of. a bus
from Texarkana, Tex., to :, Los
Angeles Ha said the --driver
stopped outside of Dallas and
ordered him to move.
Maddox said he suffered intense
pain and physical discomfort. He
sought $50,000 but the ICC said
it has no authority to award dam damages
ages damages in discrimination cases. How However,
ever, However, linn found last year that
Greyhound had subjected Maddox
to "unjust discrimination" in o
lation of the Interstate Commerce
Nehru to US?;
Td Like If
NEW DELHI, Sept. 29 (UP) -Indian
Prime Minister Jawahar Jawahar-lal
lal Jawahar-lal Nehru said on his return from
a state visit to Saudi Arabia yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he would like to visit
America, "but I don't know
The neutralist statesman -excused
himself from comment on re recent
cent recent international developments on
rounds "you don't get newspa newspapers
pers newspapers in Saudi Arabia."
He and King Saud discussed the
S"ez crisis during their three days
Delivery Of New
The 'completion and acceptance
bv the Pinami Canal Cn of th
new Panama 9 Canal Commissary
store ai raraiso was marked by
a onet cermony yesterday morn
ing when Willis Gillogy. of the Is
thmi an Cnn:tmitnr hamfoH tha
kevs to tho hlliHinP nvpr in Tnl
iiugn m. Arnold, Engineering and
Construction Bureau Director.
Arnold then turned the kevi fi
ver to Wilson Crook, Supply and
employ Service director.
Other present at the ceremony
were JL H. Feeney, chief of the
Contract and Inspection Division;
C.P.Shay acting chief retail; sotre
branch of the Commissary Divi Division;
sion; Division; v and K.C. Heliums, area in
spector with the Contract and In
The new commissary, which will
be formally opened to the nublic
early in October, is located at the
east ena of the new Paraiso Civic
Center. One of the new features
is the open front construct i a n
which will permit the customers
to wauc directly from a wide porch
ioiq uie saies area.
' In addition tn : th ca1a araa
Other room Ibcited nn tha main
floor are the manager's office,
casmers rooms, a receiving and
Stock room, a franvr rnnm and
loading platform. partial base-
meni nouses a maenme room and
a locker room.
Lareer. than th nM VaraUn
commissary, the new store .will
seu iooasxuus, com storage and
a umuea amount oi nousenoia iud-
plies.. V-'jv;; v i A
Has Wrong Number
PANAMA CITY, Fla Sept'
fUP) Panama ritv'a ti.nI,..
lover" has been apprehended.
- Deputy Sheriff Floyd Nixen
diiclosod yottorday that an Air
Frc captain has bn takon
Into custody and admitted an annoying
noying annoying acrs of local women
for th past two years with
amorous ttlophon calls.
' Nixon did; not Identify the cap-
said th airman mad his
calls 1st at night or arly In th
morning, "pouring T swoot no nothings"
things" nothings" into th oar f any worn worn-an
an worn-an who would listen.
' The electronic Romeo outdid
himself on his last caU.-? ; n-
' the woman strung him along
and screed tn m him at a In.
j car hotel, then notified police who
Kept, tne. renaezvous for ner.
Tse captain was turned over to
military authorities for disposition
of the case, Nixon said.:
Weather Or Not
. This weather reeort, for the 24
heiurs ending I a.m. today, it pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrograehie Branch ef the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company: v
i BALBOA CRISTOBAL
max. mpM .NWll
RAIN ( inches ) .21
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SUNDAY,. SEPTEMBER 30
'Let the people
Ike s Caddie Cabinet Adlai jarget
While Demos Step Up Fighting Pace
INDIANAPOLIS, fnd., Sept. 29
v T t v !S
yesterday for an uiyestigation of
the spread between the price the
farmer gets for his products and
the price the consumer pays.
Trouble With Stalin Elements May
Be Reason For Tito's Russian Visit
LONDON, Sept. 29 (UP) Al
high Yugoslav, Communist source
said last night that Marshal Tito
made his sudden flight to Russia
Thursday to discuss with Russian
leaders the "difficulties witn tne
Stalinist elements" in the Soviet
Sarlior, th Vinns mws mws-papr
papr mws-papr "Nouor Kurior" Now Cou Cou-rir
rir Cou-rir quoted a high-ranking offi official
cial official In Bolgrad saying Tit
would b a witness for Khruth Khruth-chv
chv Khruth-chv at a "party trial" on th
Sovitt chief's dp Staliniiation
A high source reached by the
United Press in Belgrade d i s s-claimed
claimed s-claimed knowledge of any trial of
Khrushchev or "anyone e i s e.
But he added that "some difficul difficulties
ties difficulties with the Stalinist elements ex exist
ist exist within party ranks."
The source gave the first solid
explantion of the reasons for Ti
to's abruot flight to Russia with
Khrushchev,' who had bees visiting
He aaid Khrushchev's talks with
Tito in Yugoslavia and their con
tinuation in Russia "concern only
the internal party and purely ideo ideological
logical ideological matters on which Tito can
be of considerable us to Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev and other policy makers of
Tito, like Krushchev, loathed
Stalin and his memory, It h a s
been rumored .that such old line
Satlinists as former Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov were
challenging the new Khrushchev
line. The Red Army leadership
was reported particularly opposed
In McCtaliniat;.n i
states because it would weaken
Russia's military grip within their!
Yugoslavia was known to hiv.
been disappointed at Russia's fail
ure to carry out the anti-Stalin
program wholeheartedly among
tne lesser satellites. , r w ;
Tito's visit anoarentlv aimalAt
the start of a major policy confer conference,
ence, conference, Top Soviet officials were
converging on the Black Sea a'ea.
Soviet Premier Nikolai A. iul
tanin was reported to be in the
lack Sea region,' where the 1915
Big Four conference was held s i
There was speculation, too tha
the trip might be connected witl
a new nu oeiween tro ana tha
Kremlin over the nace of the anti.l
Satlin program. I
Russians To View Election
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 (UPM
The government disclosed yester yesterday
day yesterday it has invited Russia and four
other Communist countries to
send observers here to watch A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans "freely"- choose their,
president in the Nov. 6 election.
The State Department said the
Invitations were sent about nine
daya ago to Russia, Poland, Hun-,
gary, Romania and Czechoslova-j
xia. mey were asxea to sena two
or three persons each to observe
this country's "free electoral, pro-l
cesses first hand. 1
If th Communist accept, th
visitors will hear political candi candi-.
. candi-. date speak in the windup of the
lection campaign" and then
witneaa Americans going to th
poll t various, points around
th country. Th United State
will pay thetr .expenses w h 1 1
her.'- ';, 'V
In return, the State Department
said it assumed Americans would
be invited to observe elections in
Communist countries "on the next
appropriate occasion." However,'
the Communists may come here e
ven if such guarantees are not giv given.
en. given. No replies have been received
as yet.-;, :
The" invitations' underscored
President Eisenhower's Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday call for free elections in Po-.
land. No bids were sent to Com Communist
munist Communist China, Albania or Bulgaria
because the United States has no
diplomatic relations with these
countries. i .'
! Th State Deoartment a la;
disclosed that 43 representatives
' of 14 noa Communist potion
know the truth and the
PANAMA; R. P SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, J95S
Stevenson s a I d th Federal
, ws ptajinujg
an investigation el price spreads
in 1953 President Eisenhower's
first yeat in office-but Congress
i cut oft the FTC appropriation for
There have been reports that
Moscow has warned the satellite
fiarties against following Tit o's
ine too closely.
Tne, an mdpndnt Commu Communist
nist Communist operator who brok with
Stalin in 1941 and rjoind th
fold only last year, has main maintained
tained maintained his right to direct Yugo Yugoslavia's
slavia's Yugoslavia's external and Internal af affairs
fairs affairs without Kremlin- interfer interference
ence interference ; '.' ;.
' There "were "no hints in the
Communist press. Dispatches sim
ply stated that Tito had,, gone to
Crimea to "rest." j. : s J
Radio Moscow yesterday report
ed not a single cabinet, minister
present at a Kremlin ceremony
commemorating the seventh- anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the Communist C h i-
nese People s Republic.
; To Air Applic atipns Soon
Interview boards for processing
applications for appointment ti i
the Regular Army under Public
Law 737, 84th Congress, will soon
be named at Headquarters, U. S
Army cariDDean, ana u. s. Army
Antilles and Military District of
Puerto Rico.; ( :; ; ; u
Application for appointment tin
der the Armed Forces Regular Of-
ficer Augmentation Act of 1 9 5 6
which provides for about 7000 new
Regular Appointments by ; 1959
will be accepted after Oct.
In addition, a briefing team
from Department af th Army
will conduct1 a conference at
:30 a.m., Oct. 2, at th Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador post theater for all mem members
bers members of th command who a r
The boards to be appointed will
interview applicants as soon ss
practicable after their applications
are received. Applications are to
be processed as' they are received
and not held until the end of the
application period. Boards must
complete screening of applications
not later than Feb. 15, 1957.
- Lt. Cel. E.A.'v Woodman, Of Office
fice Office Deputy Ch f Staff for
Personnel, and Lt. Cel. E. M.
Millar. rWira af tk AJi,rfn
from Washington en OeU 1. They
will com to this country to ob observe
serve observe the Campaign and tac tactions.
tions. tactions. Thirteen journalists from
North Atlantic Treaty countries
als are being brought here pri primarily
marily primarily tor th election. : ,.
The department aiiffoaateit tn
the Red nations that the election
would be of special interest to
"government officials of to piofes piofes-sors
sors piofes-sors of government, political sci-
cucc vi law.
Department Press Chief Lincoln
White was asked what the United
States would do if Soviet leaders
Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai
Bulganln try to use the invitations
to come here themselves. They
have been angling for an invita-j
tion to this country.
"This Is not intended as an invi invitation
tation invitation to anyone for a state visit," j
White said. r
Th visitors would travel about
the country, hear various candi-
dates speak, and on Nov. 6 watch
Americans go to, the polls and
make their choice among the Re Republican,
publican, Republican, Democratic and minor
party candidates. V I
While Communist countries
have "elections," there usually is
only one list of candidates on the
ball0l' j. .;,; ;. .'',
: While the move was announced
a bare 48 hours after Mr F.i
hower called for free Polish elecj
uons, oinciais said it and was
part of the President's efforts to
increase East West contacts. He
has made several such attempts
since the Geneva summit confer conference.
ence. conference. ...
country it safe Abraham TJncoln.
noin wouses ot congress in 1953.'
T h e Democratic presidential
nominee flew here from St. Louis,
Mo for a two hour ston and a
speech on the cost of living theme
on me steps or Monument Circle
He flew to Milwaukee, Wis., for a
mgnt speecn. -y ..iiarm means jobs in cities and
Movonson also said Mr. Eitoiv
hewer's "Cadillac Cablnt" d.
prived th small businessman of
"th broak h dtrvs," that
horn buyr wr hurt by "th
tight monty policy which has
not stoppod inflation," and that
farmsra nood "pric stability
nocause f th uncortaintios 1 f
Regarding an t Investigation of
price spreads, Stevenson said:
, "I think we should make such
an investigation, certainly not, in
a punitive mood at an, but as
part of a thoughtful and construe-
tive effort to get the facts."
He said the Eisenhower tight
money policy "tightened the
screw even tighter" .on small
businessmen, farmers .and home
buyers. At the same time, he said.1
from rising to an aU-time high,
' "Moreover,, economists, are now
forecasting that prices will go e
fen higher. Your rent is likely to
go -up," he said, "Your car is at-
most sure to cost you more, and so
wilV confer with and orient por
sonnel Irrtreited in applying for
Regular Army appointment un-
der the erovitions of th Act.
Applicants assigned to missions,
muiiary assistance a a v l a o r y, 1 )
groups. ind Inter-Amerieaii Geode p;,-:-'.'':-.-- !'' ''-r-'-
.tic Survey projects with duty start
tions. outside the Canal Zone who
re required to appear before an
are required to appear before an
interview boart- will be advised of
the time, date and place of. the
ooara meeung. xne mformauon of
t hat: A HiMtinn.. will k. fnniptiMJ
uy uanntiuuo neaaquaners oy
ommanaers are to insure mat ing purposes. i
there is an even flow of processing i f
applications and screening of ap- The state's conservation depart depart-pkeanu
pkeanu depart-pkeanu to avoid a last mmute ment extracts the seeds which are
backlog. ."". : )eaned and then put in co'd stor-
Medical examinatiea farm s
win not accompany applications
sine those selected tor appoint-
ment in the Regular Army will
bo required to undergo a corn corn-plot
plot corn-plot final type medical exami examination
nation examination subsequent to their selec selection.
tion. selection. BELLA
. ONLY ONE.
! THIS WOULD
.;". HAVE TO
r CE IT! : j
aaaliMni I oi rin i hi i nn i i,aaaiiW'''si,tt m"1'1 ''""" '"I
'clothing, and nearly everything
else you buy." weryimng
Stevenson said farmers do "not
know what nri th iii
when they plant, harvest or load a
i wick with produce to take to mar
ket He said prosperity on the
money in merchants' pockets,
J "I wnt to remind you," h
said, ."Tho depression oa th
farm has always spread to th
city nd that it could again,
i Any attempt to sot consumer a-
gainst farmer and farmer a-
gainst workingmon 1 malicious
politics." v; ?
I Stpvonsnn aiiW iiiif nnlii.. ct!
mates that 40,000 persons heard ifalse- Two of the convicted Reds
-land saw Stevenson on Monument wP1?,new,rlaJ.on tne strength
Circle and in a motor caravan'01 "55 testimony but were
that moved 14 miles from airport convicted again last week,
to city.- w ; ; ; r '.Matusow. self-styled inventor
Stevenson called for "break o' tte sWngiess yp-yo.'' said he
he deserves" for the small busi
"But we won't do it," he added,!
"with the Cadillac Cabinet that
surrounds the president." v I
Stevenson said the Republicans
i "do something", about the cost of
.Ma. VBIilUaiKU W
living. ;: ;v:
. "But now, after four -years of
doing something about; it,'' he
said, "the cost of living
reached an all-time high."
Applicants stationed within this
i command not specifically assigned
! to USARCARIB' will be processed,
'in the 'same manner as, those aoJ
plicants assigned to tnis command,
. ,: .'"VS.
D',ne Pra DiL-Arc
I lie VtOIlc rittVCia
a ri i i I i
Are LleOniliQ U D !
ALBANY. N.Y. (UP) "In
woodlands during late
many residents collect
mn rnnp tn ha an In fnr aari.
are unta they are needed fori
planting at the state-owned Sara
toga or Lowville tree nurseries.
When kept under refrigeration,
the seeds' can be stored for 10
years or longer .and they'll begin
to sprout when replaced in sod.
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NEW YORK. Sept. 38 (UP)
Turnabout witness Harvey Mat
usow was sentenced yesterday to
five years in prison for saying
he lied in testimony that helped
convict 13 second-string Com Communist
munist Communist leaders in 1952.
M a t u s o w was convicted
Wednesday on five counts of
perjury. Federal Judg John F.
McGohey sentenced him to fiv
years on each of the five counts
but ordered-that the sentences
be served concurrently.
Matusow, who admitted being
a pathological liar for all but
( somethInK .rwhich dld
not "help the judicial procedure
of this country." he said.. At one
P0111 during his trial he said he
i was wing even wnen i was teu-
"i" the truth."
Matusow admitted joining the
Communist party in 1947. He be became
came became an Informer for the FBI
three years later, and his testi testimony
mony testimony in 1952 helped convict 13
lesser lights in the U.S. Com Communist
munist Communist party of consDlracv to
overthrow the government
He turned about last year and
saia nis 1952 l testimony was
, wu"ia iase We sentence imposed
and : serve it, then rejoin my
- "I'll never have to be ashamed
of anything I've done from this
day forward," he? said. s
juage Mcuoney denied a re-
Wl Dona penamg an ap-
r -3" t',:;' ';-
77" v.wr"" O":; ;
Said In Algeria
i; xips Are idiicd)
ALGIERS', Sept 29 (UP)
French infantry and fighter planes
teamed up to wipe out 105 rebels
in -the bloodiest battle in Algeria
in several' months, "the French Ar Army
my Army announced: yesterday,
The action occurred yesterday
72 miles southwest of Constantine,
Infantry, including'. Foreign
Legionnaires' and : paratroopers,
flushed a 120-man band of re rebels.
bels. rebels. As the rebels rote to flee,
relays of fighter planes nosed in
; to strafe them. j-'
When, the planes withdrew, the
infantry attacked and killed a
number of surviving rebels in a
"furious and savage fight."
The French- reported three of
their ; soldiers dead and eight
TORONTO, Sept. 29 (UP)-Mrs.
Stefan Chorney said yesterday a
fuel truck operator poured 2C0
gallons of oil into hor basement
before she could explain she had
no oil tank, Sh recently had
switched t gas for heating.
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