The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Pius Predicts
AW Will Win
Over Cancer

CARTEL gand3lfo, Italy,
Oct. 8 (UP I Pope Plus XII pre predicted
dicted predicted today mankind will even eventually
tually eventually conquer the scourge 01
cancer
The 80-year-old Pope told sci scientists
entists scientists from H nations that God
will help them in their battle a-g-ainst
the disease if they pray
to him confidently and humbly.
He predicted that chemical
treatment, rather than surgery
or X-rays, will prove the deci decisive
sive decisive anti-cancer weapon.
Nobel Prize winner Selman A
Waksman of the New Jersey
State University was among 300
scientists who heard the Pon Pontiff's
tiff's Pontiff's address in an audience in
the hall of the Swiss Guards in
the papal summer residence
here. The scientists were attend attending
ing attending a chemotherapy congress
which winds up today In Rome.
"The Lord never refuses his
Brace to humble hearts," the

Pope told the cancer specialists j

In his French-language speecn.
"He will not fail to help and
kupport you In your work. He
will eventually give you victory
If you ask for it confidently,
without neglecting any of the
human means to prepare it."
The Pope reviewed at length
the latest efforts to fight can cancer
cer cancer by means of chemicals,
such as Colchicine derivatives,
antivitamins, radioactive iso isotopes,
topes, isotopes, antibiotics and hor hormones.
mones. hormones. "This review of the main wea weapons
pons weapons at the disposal of modern
chemotherapy In its fight a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst cancer permits a better
appreciation of the untiring ef efforts
forts efforts of all those engaged in this
battle," the Pope said.
"It also shows the insuffici insuffici-ence
ence insuffici-ence of etch of these means, no
one of which can obtain a deci decisive
sive decisive success... at present only
siiTiasie ana walotherapy, if ap

plied in time,- offer a possibility

01 a eure.
Wage, Price Hikes

Announced By Plan!

(No Amount Staled)
GREENSBORO, N.C., Oct. 6

(UP) Burlington Hosiery Co.
today announced a "general"
pay increase for all wage em employes
ployes employes as a new round of salary
boosts in the texttil industry
spread rapidly.
The increased wages are ex expected
pected expected to bring a subsequent
hike in the price of textile prod products.
ucts. products. Burlington Hosiery said the
wage Increase will become ef effective
fective effective Oct. 8.

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Diplomats Pin

Hopes

Secret Session

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VICTORY EMBRACE President Eisenhower gets into the
spirit of things as he embraces Brooklyn Dodgers' president
Walter O'Malley (right) 'after the Dodgers beat the Yankees
6-3 Wednesday, in the first game of the 1956 World Serin
played at Ebbek Field. To the left of the President is his
son, Maj. John Eisenhower. At far left is Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles.
I
Yankees Hope To Get Back
Into World Series Today

The large hosiery organization,
a member of Burlington indus industries,
tries, industries, gave the first indication
that the hosiery Industry may
follow the wage Increase trend
started this week by Burlington
and J. p. Stevens Co.

NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP)
Manager Casey Stengel, desper desperate
ate desperate for pitching, sent his 19 19-game
game 19-game winning southpaw, whitey
Ford, against the Brooklyn
Dodgers today in an attempt to
get the New York Yankees back
in the World Series running.
Beaten in the first two games
at Ebbets Field, Stengel hoped
the Yanks would ftgain their
touch at their, own park and
that Ford foould straighten
them out on trie mound.
Ford pitched three Innings
in the first game and was the
losing n tcher as the Dodgers,
behind Sal Maglie, won t-S.
Bat the Dodgers never have
beaten Ford in vast Yankee
Stadium and last year the lit little
tle little southpaw beat the Dodgers

twice here.
"Maybe Ford will get us on

the right track and we'll be a-

ble to do what the Dodgers am
last year," Stengel said, as he
announced he was changing his

lineup again.
Last year the Dodgers lost the
first two eames at the Stadium

then won the next three at Eb Eb-bets
bets Eb-bets Field and went on to win
the Series in seven games. Di
marked th first time since the

Series was established as a seven

game affair that a club lost tne
first two games and came back
to win It. T

Herbert M. Kaiser, president
f Burlington Hosiery, said the
increase would apply to full
fashioned, seamless and men's
and children's hosiery em employes.
ployes. employes. The amount of the in increase
crease increase was not specified.

the Dodgers also changed his
lineup, benching Sandy Amo Amo-ros,
ros, Amo-ros, the left fielder, because
Ford is pitching. He put Junior
Gilliam in left and Charley
Neai at second. That gave the
Brooks oght right handed
batters, Duke Snider being the

only southpaw swinger
It was a sunn v. wanni

the bleachers at the Stadium

were filled by the time the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, in their hlt home uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, began batting practice. A
capacity crowd of 68,000 was an anticipated
ticipated anticipated for this third gam of
the Classic.

Engine Room Nasi
On $5 Million Ship

s 1, 10 Hurl

Belief Held
Egypt May
.
Negotiate

UNITED NATIONS, NX, Oct. 6 (UP) Western
diplomats today expressed hope "secret" sessions of the
U.N. Security Council might open the way for a negotiat

ed settlement of the Suez Canal dispute.

They said the closed-door meetings, suggested by
Britain and endorsed by the United States, could provide

Egypt with the opportunity for presenting any proposals it
. m I .1 e I A

might have tor settling tne international controversy.

McKeon Sentence Reduced;
May Stay In Corps As Private

Australian Town Near Revolt
As Woman Claims Ownership

The council was in recess un until
til until Monday. At yesterday's open opening
ing opening session in the debate on the
crisis precipitated by Egypt's
seizure of the strategic 101-mile
waterway, Britain and France
put before the council a resolu-

tion seeking enaorsemem 01 me

NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 6 (UP)
An engine room explosion i i-board
board i-board the Alcoa ship Corsair
early today killed one man and
injured 10 others when fire
broke out after the blast.

"The Dodgers did so
canit we?" Stengel asked.

Stengel benched Gerry Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, who played second yester yesterday
day yesterday as the Dodgers, down 0-8
came from behind to win out
13-8, and put Andy Carey back
at third base, shifting Billy
Martin to second. .
However, Stengel went along
with Joe Collins, whose second
inning error yesterday opened
the gates which led to six un-

There are 18 Burlington Hos- earned Dodger runs in the sec-

lery plant, located mostly In ond inning.
North Carolina, Virginia, Ten- Casey also switched his bat bat-nessee
nessee bat-nessee and Alabama. It was es- ting order again, installing Hank
timated the wage Increase would Bauer as the leadoff man with
affect approximately 6,500 em- Collins batting second,
ployes. Manager waiter Alston of

Moored at a downtown dock,
the $5 million ship was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to sail1 at 11 a.m. for Ciudad
Trujillo, Dominican Republic.
The dead man, an engineer,

i was nut luemuicu peiiuiiiR nu nu-wy
wy nu-wy t.lftcatlnn nt kin Th t.n tniur-

ed were all crewmen.
Thomas C. Dale, 38, Birming

ham, Ala., who was serving as
duty fireman at the time, was
burned on the arms and face.

Frank Gomez. 28, Mobile, Ala.,

was trapped below decks and

overcome by smoke before ne
was rescued. The others were

treated for mild smoke poison

ing.

All were treated at cnanty

Hospital and then transferred to

the U.S. Public Health Hospital

American Escapes Ambush,
But Five Israelis Killed

JERUSALEM, Israel Sector
Oct. (UP) Israel charged today
that a "trained gang'' of Jordan
an infiltrators was responsible for

the slaughter of five Israelis last

A police department spokes

man said the fire started about

4:30 a.m. when a crewman toss

ed a bundle of burning waste
into the firebox to light up the
oil-burning steam turbine engine.

Direct cause of tne blaze.

crewmen aboard the vessel said,

was believed to be a broken fuel

line in the engine room.
City Are engines, fire tugs and
tow boats assisted in bringing
the fire under control within an
hour.
Capt. J. A. Castro, Mobile, Ala.,
said the engineer was not s per permanent
manent permanent member of the crew.

leave Assembly

Over Rhee Issue
SEOUL, Oct. 8 (UP) Sixty
nmwultlon legislators walked out

of the National Assembly today

when the government majority
shelved, a motion blaming inte interior
rior interior Minister Lee Ik Heung for
last week's attempt to assassi assassinate
nate assassinate Vice President John M M-Chang.
Chang. M-Chang. The assemblymen, members of
the Democratic and other oppo opposition
sition opposition panties, walked out in a
body when legislators belonging
to President Syngman Rhee's
Liberal Party voted to defer ac action
tion action on the motion until an as assembly
sembly assembly committee has finished
Its Investigation of the case.
Chang, an opposition leader
whn defeated the official candi

date in this year's vice presiden presidential
tial presidential election, was wounded In
the hand when an ex-soldier
named Kim Sang Boong tried to
kill him last week.
Three persons have been ar arrested
rested arrested in connection with the
hnot.ina Kim. his cousin Kim

Jae Yun and Choi Moon, who

allegedly masterminaea w
plot.
Ex-Wife Of Mayor
Dies In Hospital
MIAMI BEACH, Oct. 8. (UP)
Mr. Janet Allen Walker. 70-

year- old former wife of the late
New York Mayor Jimmy Walker
HifH todav in a Miami Beach

hnenital

Her phvsieian, Dr. Charles Sch Schwa
wa Schwa aaid Mrs. Walker died of

western clan for international

control of the canal.

Secretary of State John Fos

ter Dulles announced United
States suDDOrt for the proposal

approved by 18 of the 22 nations

which attended the first sues
conference in London.
The resolution Was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by strong crit:cism of
Egypt's position by British
Foreign Minister Christian
Bineau.
Egypt's Foreign Minister Mah Mah-moud
moud Mah-moud Fawzi, scheduled to speak
when the council convenes after
the weekend, refused to com comment.
ment. comment. Immediately after the council
session, however, Fawzi sought
out Dulles in the latter's hotel
suite. It was Fawzi's first direct
contact with any of the leaders
of the Western Big Three.
The meeting raised western
hopes that president Gamal Ab Ab-del
del Ab-del Nasser's regime might be ex exploring
ploring exploring grounds for negotiations.

MILLTHORPE. Australia, Oct

6 (UP) Police reported this New

South Wales tpwn in a state oi

"near revolution today an

because Mrs. Mary Whlteman.

73, claims she owns Mlllthorpe
lock, stock and barrel.
Her claim sparked riots yes yesterday
terday yesterday among fellow citizens
who don't agree, and state po police
lice police had to move in to restore

order in this community ISO
miles from Sydney.
Police confiscated all firearms
in the town to prevent further
disturbances as they tried to
sort out Mrs. Whlteman's claim.
Mrs, Whiteman "announced"
this week that the 9000 acres
of the town and its surround

ings revert to her nest month

under a grant made oy vueen
Victoria to explorer Sir Charles
Wentworth. The Queen made
the bequest to Wenhvorth
nearly 100 years oro afeJtft
services in opening up the
Australian hinterland, Mrs.
Whiteman said.
The township, which now has
a population of 800, two schools
four churches, three hotels and

a theater, was leased to the gov

ernment for 09 years from tne
date of the bequest, she said.
The 99 years is up on November
24, and, Mrs. Whiteman claims

the town then reverts to her

and her descendants.
"It's mine and I intend to take

over on that date," she said. She

reiused to say just now sne plan planned
ned planned to do so, but townsfolk said
some had received eviction no notices.
tices. notices. The property passed to her

when Wentworth s last blood re

PARRIS, ISLAND, S. C, Oct,
(UP) S-Sjft. Matthew C. Me Me-Keon
Keon Me-Keon has received a big reduction
in his "death march" court mar
tial sentence, including a cnaace
to stay in the Marine Corps.
Navy Secretary Charles S.
Thomas )a;e yesterday overruled
a bad conduct discharge that a
court martial board handed re recruits.
cruits. recruits. Thomas decreed mat McKeen
be broken to private but reduc

ed hit hard-labor sentence
from nine to three months. He
also abaliihad s $30 monthly pay
forfeiture, llyjn9 tht rtduetion
in rata would incur a greater
pay lost than this.

ihomas said

U L.1I

latlve. J C. Jnnn died 16 vears .'u "e """eves tne

1 r r' -- Iliemnrv m

ABU.

Total value of the land is a a-round
round a-round 23 million. Mrs. Whiteman
said today she planned to give It
to her eight children.
"The trouble is that people
have been living here for so long
and paying no rent," she said.
"Now those who are undesirable
will have to go and they've been
told that."

Needy RP Families
To Gel Smalt loans
In New Credit Bank

Document Containing
Jesus' Immortality

Secret To Be Probed

CAIRO, Oct. 6. (UP) Ex
perts a the Coptic Museum here

are trabskatlng what may prove
to be the gospel according to
doubting Thomas," Including Jes
sus, secret of immortality, it was
announced today.
The document is part of an an ancient,
cient, ancient, 13- volume manuscript un unearthed
earthed unearthed 11 vears ago by Exvptam

workers near Luxor. Twelve vol

umes wond up in the Coptic Mus Museum,
eum, Museum, and the 13th is in Switzer Switzerland.
land. Switzerland. Experts from seven nations are
especially interested in one sec section,
tion, section, which begins:

"These are the secret words the
living Jesus spoke and Didymus
( Doubting ) Judas Thomas has
written down. He said whoseover

Eden In Hospital
With Fever Chill
LONDON. Oct. 8. (UP)

Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden

fr

The Israeli officials said one of
the men in the car was an Amer American
ican American engineer they identified only

as a Mr. smith

Bodies of the ambush victims

night .in an ambush from which were recovered today, an Israeli
an American engiaeer escaped. spokesman said. The attackers

Observers feared the Israelis had stolen weapons and docu

would repay the ambush with an ments but left the personal be-

"eye-for-an-eye" raid against Jor- longings of the dead men.
dan. i

An iiraen Foreign Ministry israeii losses irom Jordanian at- is m a hospital suffering from a
spokesman said investigation dis- tacks in the last six months have "feverish chill." it was officially

closed nine stone emplacements been 41 dead and 53 wounded, announced today,
on a nearby hilltop from which mostly civilians and mostly since
site and tracks of seven to nine .United Nations Secretary General A ststement from number 10
men led to the Jordanian border. Dag Hammarskjold negotiated a Downing Street said Eden deve deve-Israeli
Israeli deve-Israeli authorities ssid the hid cease fire April 26, the spokesman loped the chill while visiting his

den gunmen opened fire on a said. wife yesterday. She is in a hospi-

trucK of the Sodom Bromine to. al too. for a dental checkup

of Beersheba as it climbed a steep Israeli soldiers have answered The official statement said
hill on the Dead Sea coast. All Jordan border shootings Jn the Eden developed the chill while

four occupants of the truck were last few weeks with forays Into at his wife's bedside at Universi Universi-killed.
killed. Universi-killed. I Jordan territory. These raids have tv College Hospital, and was ad-

The gunmen then fired on a car killed at least 48 Jordanians. vised by doctors to stay in the hos-

generalized internal cancer. She reaches understanding or tnese
was first stricken with the disease words shall not taste death
nearly three years ago and had Dr. Theodore Petersen, a Cop Cop-undergone
undergone Cop-undergone operations and treat- tic expert from the Catholic Uni Uni-ment.
ment. Uni-ment. She was in the hospital twolversity of America, is expected
weels before she died it 12:30 a.lhere shortly to assist in the trans trans-m.
m. trans-m. today. lation.

Integration Ruling
True For Clinton,
Supreme Court Says
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Oct,-6. -(UP)
The Tennessee Supreme
Court said today that racial inte integration
gration integration at Clintion High School
n ust remain in effect.
. The high court upheM Ander Anderson
son Anderson County Chancellor Joe M
Cardem's refusal to grant an In
junction to bar II Negros from
attending the formerly ell-Whita
School
John E. Roy of Oak Ridge, an
official of the Tennessee Federa Federation
tion Federation for Constitutional Govern-

ment, and others had appealed to
the Supreme Court after the in

junction was denied in August.

"W know of no case, "wrote

Chief Justice A. B. Neil, "in which
the curts of this state may en

join the enforcement of a federal
district court decree that is based

nn an rxDressed mandate of the

Sunreme Court of the United

Mates

"It is a well established general

rule that the state courts have po
authority to enjoin proceedings in

the federal courts.
Federal Judge Robert L. Taylor
last Janoary ordered Anderson
County high schools to integrate
after five years of litigation
brought by the National Associa Association
tion Association for the Advancement of Color Colored
ed Colored People.

thnt vnimi.-la,,''

"real punishment ill be the
who drowned in a night march in into
to into hdal creek last April 8.
McKeon has said the worst part
of the sentence given him after a
long court martial trial last Jury
and August was that it made it

impossinie for him to continue his
Marine Corps career.
McKeon told newsmen whe
contacted him after tho Navy
ed in Washington that he had al already
ready already been forewarned by hit

Tkv. n-Taremenr.
When the reporters contacted
Barman in New W by telephone
he gave them permission to inter inter-view
view inter-view McKeon but by then the ser.
geant had gone to the home of a
Cook C p',in' Comdr- Murus
Thomas said, "remorse will nev never
er never leave him." "Further, he is the

lamer now of three children He
may be expected to appreciate t,"'
feelings of, those whose sons w4
lost that fateful night."
McKeon was convicted of negli negligent
gent negligent homicide on Aug. 3 by a
courtraartiarat Parris Island, C.
C. The six marines were drowned
when McKeon led his 74-man pla-

jwn mio me swamp lands of Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon Creek as a disciplinary mea measure.
sure. measure. He also was convicted of drink drinking
ing drinking on duty but was cleared of
charges of manslaughter, oppres oppression
sion oppression of recruits and drinking be before
fore before a recruit. -n.
The court-martial sentenced Hp
Keon, a native of W o r c e s t
Mass., to a bad conduct Hicr-hum

from the Marines, nine months at

Formation of a credit bank to
provide small loans at reasona reasonable
ble reasonable Interest rates to Panama's
needy families is planned by the

rrr-'w administration, it was re revealed
vealed revealed yesterday

The bank would be financed
by the government or the social

Security organization and its
main purpose would be to help

the employes of the government

or private concerns who are vic

tims of userers wno cnarge mgn
Interest rates on loans.

which would create the credit
bank is being prepared by the

executive organ through the of

fice of the Finance Ministry.
The bill is based on studies
made in Chile, Argentina and

othe countries where the system : hard labor and forfeiture of $30 a

15 aireauy in uuciwmm. i oioniil irom 0.IS PSV. It a so n.

A national aid fund was start

ed som years ago in Panama,
but the organization failed be

tenced him to reduction in rink
to private.

In throwing out the bad conduct

cause, It is beiievea, li was not laiscnarge i nomas said he was
set tin alone the lines that are j giving McKeon back "the nnoor-

iuniiy 10 Duiia ior nimself a useful
and honorable career. I hope and
believe that he will avail himself
of this opportunity."
Thomas, acting in the capacity
of "convening authority" who or ordered
dered ordered McKeon's court martial
gave his ruling in a 15-page state statement.
ment. statement. He said the 31 year-old Ma Marine
rine Marine had an "unblemished" rec record
ord record up to the time he ordered

the fateful night march lest A-
pril.
In cancelling the bad conduct

discharge Thomas ssM MeKeoa

had been convicted of "simnkt

culpable

planned for the new bank.

Guilty Verdict
Entered For 8
Brink Robbers

Despite The Heat

Ancon Teacher Remains

Averts Panic In Play shed Fire

approaching along the same Israel withdrew three da age oital. The statement said

route. One occupant jumped from from the United Nations mixed Eden's fever was subsiding,

that

and

the car and was snot down. Driver arm'stice comm'ssion which in
Abraham Walter backed the car v- "testes the border incidents

slong the narrow road until h i Israeli's charged the commis-

wJoereoie-teiTttTii arotmtt. He raced s
to Sodom and aroused police.

that he should be able to resume
work in a day or two.

His oersonal physician, S i r

Where there's smoke there's
usually fire, but you can't prove
it by 200 Ancon schoolkids.
While leisurely eating their
lunch yesterday at noontime they
heard a small "boom" come from
an electric fuse box in the corner
of the gvmnasium.
Soon smoke started pouring out,
but this perturbed them not at all

because of the outward calm of

their physical education director,

Mrs. Lilybel Kariger, "But I was

piemy scatcu msiuc, auc tunicas
ec today.

The Ancon Playshed director

told the kids, "Let s go up to the

,t was mating too much Maine nor a re Evens, saw mm una mvin-' mrafe wnet e we ran re rmipr.

Israel for the attacks. ins. and while they filed out of the

gym stme still carrying half-eat1 1 sort, and the children regarded
...An,;U. and mntainitri of! the whole thing as a gtme. If It

milk she quickly dialed "Emer- had not been for her presence of
genc'y" and reported the fire. Imind," he added, "there might
"I never saw. the kids so welljhave been a stampede and some some-behaved,"
behaved," some-behaved," she says "but perhaps one might have been hurt.'
; w.no thev didn't realize Firemen found that an electric

the danger.
Boys and girls were already
lined up on the higher livel e e-verlooking
verlooking e-verlooking the gym, and whan
the fire engine from Balboa
came roaring around the corner
few minutes later, a great
chaar went up from the kids.

Ancon School principal K o g e r

meter in the box with the fuses

had shorted. The main switch was
nultat and a carbon dioxide extin

guish"!- was used to put out the the recital of crimes

fire. The engine was back al the
Balboa station within about 20
minues from the ume Mr3. Kari Kariger
ger Kariger gave the alarm.

Looking hack at tne inciaem uus

BOSTON. Oct. 6 -(UP)

Eight men, described as "poten "potential
tial "potential murderers," were convicted

early today of the million- dollar
robbery at Brink's Inc. six years

0, .. .. neelisence" rathar than

A Suffolk country jury oeime-, ,;"-- -

rated three hours and 40 minutes j "-
before convicting Joseph Mc Gin-j "Simple negligence if not bad
nis, Anthonv Pino Vincent J. conduct ir. the normal meaning of
Costa, Adorph (Jau) Maffie, lne tcrm .ba(c nor m the military
Michael V. Geagan, James I. Fa-jCOnnoution of that term be -raid,
herty, Thomas F. Richardson anl A Dad conduct discha ge there there-Henry
Henry there-Henry Baker. jj-.e appears inapp' coriate. ."

Superior Judge Felix Forte set
Tuesday as tentative date fot sen sentencing
tencing sentencing for the middle aged men
who participated in the greatest
cash robbery in the nation's his history.
tory. history. They could receive life sen-
I mm m mas

" I TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 8 tuW
McGinnis, fleshy, pink- faced -fix filling station operators
hoodlum who engineered the arm-, today found themselves embroil embroil-ed
ed embroil-ed assult on Brink's was convic-ed In the Negro bus boycott con con-ted
ted con-ted of 38 counts on 11 indictments! troversy here after City Judg
charging conspiracy, receiving John Rudd ordered them to
stolen goods and being an acces-; bring in records showing bust bust-iory.
iory. bust-iory. jness they did with drivers in
Charges against the other de-j the Negro car pool.

fendants included armed robbery, The subpoenas came at the
burglary and conspiracy. same time thait additional
I charges were levied against
The verdicts rolled out over some M parUeSi including the
the packed courtroom like steady Ne Inter-Civic Council which
beats from a drum. In answer to, ate th

the recital of crimes, jury wre- Q operator, Cornelius Speed,
man Thomas P. Donahue funded .t, to ldentif1' ca,
a monotonous succession of u-jpool drlver, wltn wnom nJe dw

Operators Involved
Into Boycott Trial

business.

"I have to lire with these
n.nnl. anri thf mlvKt trv tn

.n.u.. r- r k. ,.it- Pinn h th pk neck taut, craneu; r" j ;.-

Michel said -because sua. 'Xn-nZrii,M h h,l hi. heid toward the jury in appa l kill me, not pi. y steady bat I

tawtted the situaiion a 'r?," 1 tAMM. WW

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THE BRILLIANCE 01 MR. DULLES
' I i-
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On the same day that Richard Nixon, the young Republican
Crusader, charged that the Democrats have, topped the world's
record for demagoguery, John Foster Dulles drags the Nicara Nicaraguan
guan Nicaraguan Canal out of the closet and menacingly shakes It in the
face of Panama. How many times docs he think he can scare
Panama with the Nicaraguan Canal threat?
However, Mr. Dulles' optimistic press conference did clear
up a few thlttgi, for Instance the fact that the canal "cuts
right through Panama." Also some of the errors of omission
and commission of the Dulles State Department and Oen.
Elsenhower's rdmlnlstratlon may be explained. They have
both been too preoccupied with the "constant thought being
given to the possibility" of building the Nicaraguan Canal, to
attend to moie immediate things.
I Former President Arias spoke quite frankly about rela relations
tions relations with the United States and of the misunderstandings
over the Remon-Elsenhower Treaty of understanding act. He
was not deterred by the fact that Mr. Roderick, -board chair chairman
man chairman of the Panama Canal, was In the audience. I wonder
whether Roderick, who was present by direction, was an favor favor-aWy
aWy favor-aWy impressed as Dulles says he was.
I I want to take this opportunity to congratulate President
de la Guardia on the speech he made at his Inauguration. It
was factual and fair and above all realistic. However, to 3tlck
a the Remon-Elsenhower Treaty for the moment, there Is a
cb somewhere, The new President left no doubt of the
present unhappy situation in Panama which he has Inherited.
There is unemployment, want and hunger.
But when Vice President Nixon honored Panama with a
personal visit, he said In a public speech which was printed
also in the local press that "as soon as the Remon-Elsenhower
Treaty is ratified Panama will enter upon "the greatest era of
prosperity in c history of the country."
' Now who was wrong about that? Maybe former President
Atlas and President de la Guardia did not hear Mr. Nixon's
speech or read it in the press. Nixon, certainly caiirt be wrong.
He never Is.
But to get tack to Dulles, a number of Panamanian friends,
and I have several, have asked me why Roderick was sent to
the Inauguration after his misunderstanding with President
Arias. I can enly suggest that it was a diplomatic stroke of
such brilliance a to be utterly blinding
. Crede Calhoun

Labor News
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By VICTOR RIE5EL

For the first time since Harry
S. Truman initially came to New
York alone as a senator, quietly
shaking the few hands that were
available for Franklin Roosevelt's
running mate, he was aU alone at

the telephone this week.
He had more time to be a fath

er-in-law than ever before. As he

sat in his daughter's new apart

mcnt, he was sought out neither

by politician nor labor leader.

True, the ex-president did travel
but for the most part, the men
who once sought him out shunned
him. If there was a single call

from a labor leader including

those who once called him their

best business agent" it isn't on
record.

j Mr. Truman had attacked Adlai

Stevenson and that was enough.
The ex-president had written him himself
self himself off the book and his projects
out of the treasuries of the labor
men. They were too busy raising
funds and running rallies for Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson to bother with Truman,
There was no personal animus.
There was just fear that Harry
would cut loose with some phrase
or jibe that might cost Stevenson
a few votes in each district. And
in New York, just as in some
other doubtful states, that could
be enough to lose for the Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. The labor leaders, now politi politicians
cians politicians round-the-clock, have ana analyzed
lyzed analyzed the votes and know that in
1954 AvereFl Harriman defeated
Republican Sen. Irving Ives by a
"fraction more than one vote per
precinct."
In New Jersey in the same
year, one vote per precinct elect elected
ed elected Clifford Case, Republican, to
the U.S. Senate. In Ohio, just
about one vote in every four poll polling
ing polling places would have put Thomas
Burke, New Dealer, into the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. In Oregon, a switch of fewer

than one vote per precinct would
have defeated Dick Neuberger
and would have given the Senate
to the Republicans at that time.
In five other congressional races
two years ago a change of one
vote per precinct whould have

changed the qutcome on Election
Day. I
So, the New York labor chiefs

were being mighty careful. So
were the Democrats. They trotted
Harry Truman around primarily
to rallies of Democratic captains

and precinct workers.
This era of caution was cli climaxed
maxed climaxed here by a lively discussion
among some union men who in increased
creased increased their blood pressure by

It a World Series game at the
Yankee Stadium instead of Eb-

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Double Tracking Suez
By Peter Edson

:: "She turned right in front of me didn't oven signal!"

Bible Tale

Answer to Previous Puixle

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It's not that they are Dodger
fans. Some of these union chiefs
haven't discussed a ball game
since Arnold Rothstein fixed the
1919 World Series. What worried
the union chiefs was the possible

affront to Brooklyn the heaviest
voting county in the state.
Point is that the labor chiefs
now believe they can win, or at
least come in razor-edge close,
and so prove they did swing a
terrific vote. There's a sudden
spurt in fund raising. There isn't
an hour during which national un
ion chiefs don't phone their col colleagues
leagues colleagues and urge they put up the
money for tome rally, motorcade
or broadcast. Even those who
have filled their quota to the na national
tional national fund raising centers in
Washington get regular appeals
for more.
There isn't a motorcade or rally
in which regional and state labor
leaders don't have honored places.
To make certain that there is no
slight to any union leader, the
AFL-CIO has assigned two like likeable
able likeable union functionaries to travel
as liaison men with the Stevenson
barnstormers.
Those assigned are R. J.
Thomas, formerly head of the old
CIO United Auto Workers and Phil
Delaney, until recently labor's
own ambassador abroad. They hit
each city with Stevenson, get on
the phone and make certain the
labor leaders and conventions in
town are notified. The candidate
and the unionists are then brought
together In some fashion.
But you haven't seen anything
yet. This Friday morning at
10:30, the national labor chiefs
will gather in the Ohio room of
Washington's Hotel Sutler at the
invitation of Democratic National

Chairman Paul Butler. This will
be the new and enlarged Labor

Advisory Committee of the Demo

cratic party. They will be asked
for more funds, more manpower
and more energy and be told
that there i s now a chance to

move Into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave
nue again.

That's why every vote is being
fought for and every danger to
every vote is being shunned. For
the labor people the campaign has

just begun.
'56 Polio Season
Passes Peak As
Sharp Drop Noted
WASHINGTON. Oct. 6 (UP)

The number of polio eases
dronned sharply again last week.

a further indication that the 1958

season has passed its peak.

The U.S. Public Health Service

said today that 855 new cases
were reported in the nation last
week compared to T65 for the pre

vious week. Except for one brief

spurt, the weekly ton nas been
declinitu steadily since August.

The 635 new cases last week

compared with 1.Z59 for the com comparable
parable comparable week of 1955. So far this
year there have been 12,153 cases.

sharply below the 23,010 at this

WASHINGTON (NEA) -Washington
representatives of oil

and shipping companies which are
bi.1 users of the Suez Canal take

a dim view of what the diplomats
have done thus far to resolve the
canal's seizure by Egypt's Presi President
dent President Nasser.
Hopes for a United Nations set settlement
tlement settlement are held to be no better.
One extreme view is that the
negotiators should forget every everything
thing everything they have done up to now
and start fresh.
Bie; reason given :i that the
DTincip.il Suei Canal Issue has
wen ignored. This is that canal
traffic is expected to double in
the next 10 years, just at it has
doubled in the past 10 years.
This meant that the canal itself
must be "double-tracked," so that
ships can move in both directions
at all times. Today there are
north and south convoys which
mutt pats each other on schedule
in the mid-canal Great Bitter
Lake.
To double canal capacity will

cost an estimated one and t half

to two billion dollars at much at
the proposed Aswan dam on the
Nile would cost

Drew Pearson says: Len Hall'
knew Ike would be goaded into
campaigning; uociprs told Ike
he could increase campaign tem tempo;
po; tempo; some of Ike's future speeches
are kept carefully guarded se secret.
cret. secret. WASHINGTON Republican
campaign strategy is wortung out
beautifully and exactly as the
astute Len Hall planned It.
Hall, son of Teddy Roosevelt's
coachman at Oyster Bay, got his
start in the variegated school of
Long Island politics which in includes
cludes includes a well-rounded course in
human relations.
Hall figured that when the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats started pouring the heat
on Eisenhower, Ike would react
like every other human be 1 and
pour it back. There was official
talk that the President would
make only a few TV speeches
from the White House. But Len
Hall knew better.
He didn't make too many plans
in advance, kept his strategy
completely fluid. For he knew, 1)
that Eisenhower wouldn't give
him the green light to campaign
until the campaign got hot; 2)
that he would know later where
his weak spots would be andl
could arrange Ike's speaking Itin Itinerary
erary Itinerary then.
It's working out exactly that
way.
Today Ike needs no urging.1
When Stevenson applies the acet acetylene
ylene acetylene torch of his acid language
to the presidential prestige. Ike

I is the one who is rarin' to go to

aeiena u. inc nation may noi
xnow it, but White House inti intimates
mates intimates do know that his temper is
close to the surface. He has a
low boiling point. Adlai has
touched off that boiling point and

Len Hall is delighted.

Doctors Gave OK
There it hist one areat risk

Len Hall is taking presidential
exhaustion. However, Hall's strat strategy
egy strategy has worked so well that he's
prepared to risk it.
Besides Hall is careful to play
his cards so close to his chest

i that no one outside two or three

Nasser seized the canal on the people from less developed coun

pretext that tolls would provide tries. Thus it was thought the
hint with revenue to build the' Russians couldn't develop an

-I is meti itv wiii; vuieiu i.wv wt wi w
dam. Before he can build the atomic bomb and the Chinese; peopJe m tD(, Wnjte HouM know
dam, he must first finance the Cc.imunists couldn't fight a war exacty w),at speeches will be
construction of a second canal! against modern air power. It is: made beyond these already an-
paralleling the existing channel, considered just as wrong to ft nounced. This is precaution

The Suez Canal Users' Assn. sume that Egypt s operation oi against a cow or oigesuve irou

SCUA Dronosed bv Secv. of State the Suez Canal will fail.

John Foster Dulles is not re- The proposed boycott of the
garded as what its name implies, canal by ships of the uter nations
Private shipping and oil com- is said to offer no better solution,
panies consider themselves as the. There simply aren't enough lank lank-real
real lank-real users They resent the fact ers or general cargo ships to haul
that they have not been consulted the canal's normal traffic around
more by the diplomats. (Africa.
Thre ia some feeling that the: President Nasser has said that
Srez Canal crisis would have ad-, if SCUA tries to force ships
iusted itself, or tha. it would have through the canal with its own

improved, if the dlplomatt had pilots, it will mean war. A war in J it but thThave
stayed out. They think negotia-this area would probably m" goae one waoii they gave
tions between the old Suez Canal that all pipelines across the Ara-:their oky was because Ike was

hie. If the President should get

tired or develop a cold,- then
there won't be any cancellations
simply because the program
won't be set up too far in advance.

Hall knows wna,. such t can,
cellation would do. The election
would go into a- tailapin.
The doctors have gene along

with these stepped-up plans, re

Co., Egypt's new canal authority

and the shipping company users
would have worked out a deal.
And it would have included a fi financing
nancing financing plan for canal expansion
to handle its future traffic loads
It is now admitted that the
EevDtians are eoine to be able to

operate the canal, aier a fashion j and shipping companies worried
I' it a common mistake of west-' b. diplomatic failures to make a

erners to underrate the skills of settlement.

bian peninsula, from the Persian1 chafine. strainine at the leash

Gulf to the Mediterranean, would; wanting to get out and answer
be closed and sabotaged. his critics. Also they saw what

That would create a real oil exhilaration he got from we en

shortage in western Europe. Its

effect would be worse than a mere

stoppage of canal traffic. And

this is what has the private on

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thutiatm of the crowds during his

speeches at Des Moines and New Newton,
ton, Newton, Ia. So they figure the tonic

of the crowds will do him good.

home ot the schedules, howev

er, are exhausting. When much
younger newsmen who had ac accompanied
companied accompanied the President on his

trip to Cleveland and Lexington,
Ky returned to Washington they
were worn out. They got home
about 2:30 a-m. The President,
fiying in his private plane, got
home about 12:30 midnight. How However,
ever, However, he bad delivered two

speeches, had stood up for long

periods rceiving the cheers of

the crowd.

The President sits down at ev

ery possible opportunity. The bub

ble-top on his car is closed ex

cept on the outskirts of a town,

at which pom ms party stops.

lowers the top, and he stands up

to wave at the crowds. Despite

ail ine energytavmg respites,

the schedule It tough and the
work would be a drain on any

man, even one under 66.

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Newsmen accompanying Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower recall traveling with
Franslin Rooseve t in UM4 on
similar exhausting trips. "in Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia i1. was raining. But FDR
was out in an open car taking
sri'te? Newsmen huddling in inside
side inside dry limousines were tired.
Tbey were out of tlw rain and
had hot coffee. FDR was out la
the wet.
Remarked Speck Trussefl. vet veteran
eran veteran of the New York Times:
"He won't have a coW tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. But two or three, months
from now, this terrific drain on
Ms energy wllll catch up with
him.'
The following April It did.
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Harry Truman's Crew
An untold story of Harry Tru Truman's
man's Truman's beUicoft, belligerent mood
after the Chicago convention has
just leaked out. He was so irked
at the victory of the Stevenson Stevenson-Kefauvei
Kefauvei Stevenson-Kefauvei ticket over his friend
Governor Harrimai. that he
threatened privately not to en en-dorse
dorse en-dorse the ticket. He even consid considered
ered considered going to Australia and the
South Seas du-.ing the campaign.
This caused near pandemonium
111 the riAIHfUnl!. it i I O a

the Stevenson people immediate immediately
ly immediately got in touch with the man they
consider closest to Truman his
former secretary of ctate, Dean
A ?5- begged Acheson to
call 'the old man" In independ independence,
ence, independence, Mo.
Acheson did so. And his open opening
ing opening salutation over the telephone
wat carefully geared to bring
the ex-President out of his bitter
mood.

''Mr. President," eaK Acheson,
"the menu for1 today it crow!"
n Pelitiee-Ge-Reuna
Best diagnosis of Len Hall's
earlier political strategy was pub published
lished published in Look Magazine, owned by.
good friend Mike Cowles.
"Hall had not the slightest hope
Ike would ever run again," wrote
Fletchtr Knebel, referring to the
period right after the heart at attack.
tack. attack. "He decided on a huge
bluff. He boldly told incredulous
newsmen there had been no
change. . Gradually he erected
a psychological framework, and
finally Ike came to believe it was
quite natural that a man who had
a heart attack should run for
president." . Secretary of Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Benson has coined a
new safety slogan. "Drive care carefully,"
fully," carefully," he says. "The life you
save may vote Republican." He
arfivit AH uKy9. peo:
For the first time, conservation conservationists
ists conservationists have gotten into presidential
politics. Calling themselves "Con "Conservationists
servationists "Conservationists for Stevenson," they
are mailing out 50,000 letters to
hunters, fishermen, and wildlife
lovers, urging that they renounce
the conservation policies of the
Eisenhower administration, espe especially
cially especially those of generous Doug
McKay. About half the 20 spon sponsors
sors sponsors are Republicans, including
Rachel Carson, author o; The
Sea Around Us."

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Primary and Junior Depta
Church-time Nursery for ch'ldren
8:00 Junior-High Fellowship.
8:00 Post-High Fellowship.
1:00 Senior-High Fellowship.
GAMBOA
Bev. Walker M. AUertea. Minister
Office Telepones 6-470. Residence
Telephone 6-130.
Sunday Services:
S38 a.m. Church School Assembly.
8:40 a.m. Class Sessions.
10:18 am. Service of Worship for chil children,
dren, children, young people and adults.
Calendar of Meetings:
Id Tuesdey Vesper Circle at 738 p.m.
Id Wednesday Mary Bartlett Circle at
8:30 a.m.
3d Tuesday Church Council at 138
p.m.
Id Wednesday Woman's Auxiliary at
830 a.m. v
4th Monday Officer and Teacher at
i:jo pm.
Methodist
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IBrltJrh Conference!
Re. William H Annstiaag
18th St, Panama City
f8 a.m. Morning Prayer and eJararnr
18 p m Sunday School
1:15 o.m Evening Pray as and Sermon

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Sunday U.: 7:00. .1:00. 18:00 and
"kVSiy hue: tM- UM m
"ffatK: Saturday. 3:30 J
and T:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
first Friday: 1:00 to 8:00 pm.
Mlraculou. Medal Novanai 10 pm
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Catechism eiassi
on Sunday.
High School BlUOJ vu r
wadnaaaay.
SACRED HEART Ancoa
Sunday Mamas: V gt
Holy Day ajaases: 1:55 a.m. and 8.00
"conteaslons: Saturdayl:30 to 50 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thuraday before First
aacreo nwu
Pridsys.
Catechism uaam a;aa m v-
Thursday.
OUB LADI OP FATTMA Curende
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 830 p.m.
Coniessions: 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. on Sat
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Calecnism uiaaa: o.iuiu.,
m.
- ST. JOSEPH Pars lee
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:18 am
Holy Day Mass at 88 p.m.
mZTwa.. aakMfl :0ft a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 430 and
a.A m T.Vft
Catechism Lisas: aunoaj
P'Mlraculou Medal Novena i 10 pm
Ml cnu.;.
10
Convert inarrucuonei
pm.
ST. TWCEIvTS PaaaajA City
unday Masses: 8:00 and 830 am.
bda T 6.v Idam: 830 and 8:00 p m
iu it f.n nn Saturday the Masses art
Contetoni 4!mtudaylrto l arid
70 to 8:0 p.m. TBursoaya ueam
Friday 130 pjb. ...
Miraculous rneaai
tiora of the Cross: Friday 70 P-m.
Catechism tiass: auiar
'"Cor.'vert Class: 8:30 p.m Tuesday aad
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S CoeoH
S!1J!&1m. fans
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Claas: aaw w
Monday.
Confessions: s:w ro ijv
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Farque Lefavra
Sunday Masses: 830 and 18 30 em.
u..v n,. m- SM Mori.. Thurs
..a e. rtr.t rridav mass: 6:06 em
Holy Day Masses: :uv am. iu
p.m
Cnnfesalons
830 to 438 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal
Friday 70
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Convert Class: Monday 730 p.m.
ly Mas: Taw am.
S7fti,rdfy 8P:m to 130 pm
Thunday before First IViday B JO prn
Catecniam uiasa: o. -"; "L 1
Baerad Heart rtotana: 10 p.m. or
Sacred Heart rlovana
Friday.
Convert Claas: 838 pm
Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDB.
ST. JOSEPH'S Colia
Wm::1'vi,:s
'"confeLonv Saturday 48 to 88 and
18 to 80 pm. -t.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wadnesdsy
6:15 and 1:08 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 1:18 pm
Sunday Evenhtg Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 1:15 pm on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m. to
11:48 am. 80 pm. to 4:00 pry.
First FrlaaWRraosttlon of Most Biass Biassed
ed Biassed Sscrsment sll day. Reposition at 830
am. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of nttrna The Holy Rosary 58 am.
First Cnmmunlon Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 80 to
18 o.m.
MIRACULOUS Mra-l CTmaoai
Sunday Masses: 7 00. 8 8 and 1830a m
Holv Der Mas: 68. 8 a.m. and
8:15 p.m.
Confessions: saturosy a:uw to a-oo ana
70 to 88 pm. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novena: 8:18 and
7 -On nm nn Monday.
Catechism Class: After 80 Mass an
Sunday.
First rrtoav Exposition ail nay ourms
tae School Year.
First Saturday: Mass st b oo am
HOLY FAMILY CHUBCH la Marrarlla
Sunday Masses: 7:30. 838. 11:30 am
First Saturday Mass
60 s m
Weehdav Masses:
Saturday ... 18 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 138 am.
Confession ... 18 p.ta. to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and).
Benediction
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inoulry Group
every Friday. JL
1st. Friday Devotions ...
1st. Saturday Devotions ..
88 a.m.
a :fl n.m
7:0 n.m
S!l n.m.
4:45 pm
18 pm
138 p.m
18 p.m
10 p m
ST VTSJCFNTS Rarabew Ctry
Sunday absaeas: 6-30 am. and 8r
am.
Holy Day Masses: 68 a m and ,88
pm.
coniessions: 40 to te and 18 to
Be am Saturday.
catechism Class: 10-45 a m. on Srmrlav
Convert Class every Monday at 10
pm.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 70 n
on Tuesday
ssered Heart Novena- 78 p.m or
Frldav
IMM4CIT7 ATE CONCEPTION Gstdn
Sundav Mass: 8:18 am
Holv Day Mass- 50 nm
Confessions: 838 to 10 am en Sal
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OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Garaboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and I 30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a m and 8:00
pm
Lonieasions Saturday at 70 pm and
alter all evening devotions
Baptisms oy appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 10 pm
on Tuesda:
Sacra
Friday.
Sacred Heart Novapai 10 pm en
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. en Sunday
Reli clous Instruction Class for Chil
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con
ducted In Spanish): 78 pm on Mor
Convert Instruction by appointment
Episcopal
The Bt Bev B. Heber Geedea. 8 T D
The Very Rev. Mainert J
S.T.B., Dean
AN COB, C
THr CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS
1 30 am holy Communion
4:30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sun
day).
8:30 a m. Church School.
8:4b am Escuela Dominical.
11 .00 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy communion, ( rust Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 10 pro. Lveninf Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
6:30 am. Holy Communion.
70 pm Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 am Holy Communion,
tin an Holy Communion.
DAILY
6:15 aaa. Morning Prayer.
12:00 ML -da) Missionary Prayers.
CHIIBCH OF OUB 8AVIOUB
Third Street. New Cristobal
The Bev. Jesse K. Beaew,
Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 1:10 am
Church School 88 a m
Morn-ng Prayer
and Sermon 6:45 s m
(First Sunday, Holy Coram union)
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 6:30 a.m.
Choir Rehearsal 130 p.m
A Rouse of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Cbetcb af St Andrew
The Bev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest te Charge
SUNDAYS
Family Prayer and Church School
D3 a.m.
Morning Pray and Sermon 11 am
(H.C. first today te Month).
Evening Prayer. 138 pm.
Weekday Prayer. 88 ajsv
COBOZAL
Chape' f The Geed Shepherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hay,
Priest te Charge
FRIDAYS
80 am. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
esAMBOA
t Shawn's Chant
The Rev. John Spear. Priest U Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 18 .m
Church School 3:00 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 88 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 10 p.m
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 88 .m
Evening Prayer 10 p.m
Woman i Auxiliary, and and
4th Thursdays 138 p.m
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7 am
Morning Prayer 86 am
Evening Prayer ........... 10 pm
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist sot a.m
Offic of Complin 88 pm
LA BOCA
Bt Prter'a ( hlirrh
The Bev. John Spear. Mot te Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer ana cnurcn
BVhnnl 88 a J
Confirmation Class ........ 8:M m
Choral Eucharist and Bar-
mm 1038 a.m
Holv Baptism ilS noon
Evensong and Addres .... 136 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary .T: Dm
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 88 am
MARGARITA
Church at St Margaret
The Bev. Jess K. Beaew,
Priest te Charge
SUNDAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy communion
o, nn r CHurch School
118 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Last Sunday each Montn, jsoiy -ora
ggiuiliuu. ea.
6:00 p m. Evening Prayer ana iwi"
Fellowship.
PALO BBCO
.i .r ti. Holy Caarferter
VMH - .
Ven I.. B. Shirley. Priest re t-narge
WEDNESDAYS
8.30 am. Holy communion,
r ABA ISO
St Albans Chorea
tu Bev. David A Osbs
Priest In Charge
The Bev. Allan R. Weatt. Aaatsteat
SUBDAfH
80 a.m. cnorai Hicnn
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
8.80 ira. Church School
(heid In Building 181)
58 pm. Youth Fellowship
i ma n, rvrfvHini and Aoarasa
2nd snd 4th WEDNESDAYS
7 30 p io Woman Aiulllary aad Al
tar UUIIO Meeting.
PANAMA CTfl
St. Paul' Chart
SUNOAYL
86 a m. noiy inni".."-.
A a.. c r.rhi.nii a Sermon
10:45 a ru Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 norr Holy Baptism
7 :08 im Solemn Vsasper
TUESDAYS
BrM am Hot C
WEDNESDAYS) .
s8 m Hoiy Communion
y-iyl i.m ruenine Prayer
rHURSUAYS AND FRIDAYS
83 irn. Holy Cotnrrruruoo
HOLY DATS
68 Cm. Hoiy Communion.
. CHRIST CHUBCH HT-THE-8EA
Episcopal
Cofon, ItP.
(Opposite Hotel Wsshtngton)
The Bev. James Peter Fsrmer Becta
Tbe Bev. Henry A Blake, Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 am. Holy Communion.
8:46 am. Morning Prayer.
86 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. WEDNESDAYS
88 a.m. Holy Communion.
7 .30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
8:30 nm. Adult Conlirmauoo
Claas.
THURSDAYS
88 am. Evning Prayer
and Medita
BOB.
FRIDAY
86 a m. Children's Eucharist.
SATURDAY
108 s.m. Junior Confirmation Class

13 p m

NOTICES

RAINBOW Cffl
Chun, at St Mary, the Vlrgte
The Bev. Joha A. BpaMlag.
Priest te Charge
SUNDAth
Suns Lucitartst 73 are
Chur : School 88 a m
Evei.s ,,' and Sermon .... 138 pm
rriURSiiAYh
Holy Communion. ,, UM am
GATUN
St George's Cboreb
The Rev. John A.
Priest te
1st AND 3i SUNDAYS
Holv ttmmunlon 838 ia
Jnd ANr 4th SUNDAYS 3
Mor i.rg P-aver
and Semnn it. 830 a.m
HOLY DAYS
68 am Holy Communion
Chur.: School astro Sun 130 a.m
BIO ABAJO
M. Christopher s Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Bev. Clarence W. Hares.
Priest la Charge
The Bev. Clarence A Cragwefl.
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 a m. Holy Communion.
7 30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
10 30 am. Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
:30 p.m Evensong ana sermon.
MONDAYS
138 pm. 1st end 3rd, Worsen s Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
8.38 p.m. Junior Daughter of the
King.
7 30 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
8 no a m. Holv Communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
instructions.
THURSDAYS
8:00 p m. Girls- Trlendly society.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS
830 am. Junior Confirmation cisas
Other Churches
CHUBCH OF THE NASABENB
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Bev. Elmer O. Nehwa
Box 56, Ancon. CZ. Balboa 2801
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Service .
8:45 am
18:30 a m
8:45 p m
138 pm
Evening service
NJ.M.S. Service 10 pm
M.S.
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 10 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P., 23rd Street East
Bev. A N
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship
Sunday School ..
Sunday Meat
iMi, Attajt. i.
830 a.m
10 P.m
1:45 11:45
ll'UOVAH'K WITNESSES
Meet in as Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wire Memorial
808 Balboa Road. Balboa.
CHUBCH OF JESUS CHS 1ST
OF LATTER-DAI SAINTS (MSSSSea)
Sunday meetings te the LDS Chspei
on Balboa Boad.
Sunday School w
Priesthood Metlng 138 a m
Sacrament Mae ting 8:00 pm
Primary: Thursday 30 pm
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
ail.nllr
Building 200. Schoolhouse rioea,
Gatun. Canal Zone,
telephone. Gatun 38 or Cristobal J881
aVj.. chnni io no a.m. Sunday Sac
emeM Meeting 6:30 pm Prieshood
Meetina 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prinary
8:38 pm. Wednesday Relief society meet meeting
ing meeting as announced.
CURUNDU FBOYBSTANT CHUBCH
"A Wsrm Hearted Church"
Milton R. LeMg, WaMer
Phone Re. 83-7118 Of. 83-51M
Sunday School 838 am
(A das for every ag)
aSovnlne Wnrahln 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 8:00 pm
Eevenlng Worship 70 pm
S!.. ".nri Praise (Wed I 10 pm
A church nursey is provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHUBCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No I
u.i. r,,..b..r,.t Chinrlav at 138 S.m
TM-dava Wedneadava and Thursday.
38 aaa. .
C.nr.miml Oi UnCTlOTJ 0BIUI
vice) Pint Sunday of aad
BP
Bt BV. T. jsmes
D D
Morning devotto a ..
( ellowsbip Worahio at
Sunday School at
Divine Srvice a .....
am
110 a m
88 oss
13b na
CKNTEB
BAHAFS CENTER
64 First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen. Panam city
informal Talks and Diacuaa.on
TbUS; it' lYsati bet
r...l4 American Basaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 138 pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St, Paraiso, CX
Bev Wridab. R awart, Paate.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service
10 p.m. Sunday School.
t ... ., rinMl Rervire
Mo'rmay :' 1 3 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 138 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Tn,,,,,H,- s on Choir Rehearsal.
avidav: 130 Woman's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHUBCH OF GOD
IMS Eighth Street Cat
Bev. G. W. Graadisea. PasUr
,nul Bchnl 838
Morn ins Worship 1838 .m.
Nisht Service 138 pm
FIRST CHUBCH OF GOO
Cat. Jamaica aad Trinidad Sta
BataBaaie Cltv. Canal Zaa
Rev. a W. Grandlsea Pastar
Mom ins Worship 88 am
Sunday School 18 JJ a m
Night Sarvlaa 130 p m
THE CHUBCH Of GOD
New Provldrar
Mra Maudt Hlnea, fatl
Sunday School
Morning Wonhlp 1 J? m
Night Service
TUB CHUBCH Of GOD
Panama Cllf
Car. "IT aal Mariana Araaaainu Sta
Ber. Wbl J. Jahaaaa, Paite
Sunday School 8:3 m
Morning Worship 18:30 a.m.
Night Service
CHUBCH OP GOD Bio Ataj
Maata Oarara B.-m bi.
. Ita. J. Jehaeea, Paster
Sunday Sehoo 8:88 ajn
Morning Wewhlp 18:30 m
Night Service 138 om
CHUBCH OP GOD (Pealenaull
Rev B E. Watson, Oveneer
Phone 8-428. Box 253. Gamboa
Churches at Paratsc C.2 (Bev ano
Mra Herman O Whytl. Colon R P
(Bv. Pemando Lorencei. Bio Abtjo
i Bev and Mrs Charles Haynesi, an
ruvi ib.v ami Mrs Clifford Greaves I
Sunday and weegaiT service ai an
COMMUNITY CH' BCH
DiaUa Helfhla, CZ
(PoU Gospeli
Kev
ipion
Baa 27S, Oamboa,
CZ.
8-811
Special engineers Bldg Diablo Heights
sunoay school : a.m
Worship Service 10 4S a m
Veuth service 70 p m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm
Wad. '"ifr d Piayaa JJB .bjjb-

Posts and Bases

PACIFIC MDB
Pretastaai
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Church-Tim Nursery School
6i
10 oo
100
PORT CLAYTON
Sunday school (Building No
Morning Worship
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
80
16:13
ing and Bible Clam 1 838
FORT KOBBE
Dailv Mass 6:15
Saturday Mass 8:00
Sunday School 6:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Sunday Masses 88 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 1:30
Confessions-Saturday 68 A 1:30
Sunday Family Hour 6:30 p m
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible Clan (NCO Club)
3:30
80
ilns
Youth Fellowship 630
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 6:30
Morning Worship 11 00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) i.
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 60
Moiy communion rirst aunaay
of Month)
CttkeBs
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass J 830
Sunday Masse 838 A 80
Confessions. Saturday ...438 A 7:36
Sunday 83 ft 60
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mam 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 ft 3:00
Confessions. Saturday ...73 ft 80
Sunday Mam 138
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mat 80
Sunday Masses 7:00 ft 8:00
Spanish 8:00
COROZAL
Daily Mass 3li
No. Ill) 10 ft 83b
Confessions. Saturday (Building
MJJROOK A1K FORCE BASE
Daily Mats 68
Saturday Mas 1:00
Sunday Masse 1:45 ft 12:00
Spanish .' !;M
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:0
Confessions-Saturday 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Dally Mass
Sundsy Mass
Jewish
4:00
838
FORT KOBBI
Saturday
ALBROOK ADI FORCE BASB
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
1:00
1:30
7:30
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship, 'Thursday.
8:45
11:00
730
FORT GULICK.
Sunday School ...
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship.
6:45
11:00.
Sunday 6:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Sunday School 838
Dally Mass ciD
Morning Worship 11:00
Holv ommunlon First Sunday
CatheHc
Sunday Mass t jo
Confessions, Sunday ., 1:45
PORT GULICK
Daily Mam
Sunday Mam
Spanish
Confessions, Saturday
1:00
7:45
8:45
7:00
.80 ft
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sole
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
7:00
68
130
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass ........
PORT GULICK
Tuesday
1:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services to all Churches
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 630 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p m
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayar
oervice f:ju p.m.
Pacific Side Panama ft Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 28:3 350
Cabo Verde, Ave. i. t. da la Ossa No
tt.
Chorrillo 25th No. 27
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A SL between led
ana em sis.
Bio Abajo Uth St No. 27
Balboa Chapel 0844 Gavtlan Bd. Ba
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Churches Panama aad
CrisMbola District
Pastor Ruben Bull
Panama, Calls Darien No. 3
Cristobal, 16th ft Bolivar Ave
Gamboa A Frljelea.
District raster A A GrterJe
TeL No. 8-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frijolas.
Atlantir Side Colon and
Cristobal District
Pastor NeblettTel 38:82
Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 16th ft Bolivar Ave.
Centrsl office: Gaviuto Road Tel. 1 1-18M.
18M. 1-18M. Jewish
Jewtm Bellare Board Bid Ttl-X La
Buca ,1oaii. Balboa. CZ &bbl Nathan
Wilkin Director.
Servle- Friday 130 o.m Saturnay
J.3C pm
(See listings oi Jewish services
unrer Posu Bases and Stations
Congiexalion Anl Shearlth Israel Ave
nlda C"tn and 38th Street, Bella Vista
Penamt City Services 6:00 pm
Lutheran
BERDRMKB UUTHEBAN CHUBCH
Balboa Boad at Wight Street
Bev Bkert Gasslek. Paste
PO. Box 868, Balboa
Sunday School. Bible claas 8:00 a.m
Divine Service 10:18 ajn.
"Divine Service at Margarita tin St
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
cm
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Technicians To Remain In Country

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t As) lliv oi UN. uct. 6 (Or)
Emil Jomsoo, act iBg foreign
minister of Iceland, Indicated yes-
terday that some American troops
and technicians may be allowed
to remain in Ms country.
8n.s?.n ??' confeTTTed
with U.S. officials here, said there
are "many different" possibilities
for compromise between Iceland
and the United States to assure
continued operation of Atlantic
treaty bases on the strategic
northern Island.
The Icelandic Parliament has
asked withdrawal of U.S. troops
u.. i .... c- i ,:
uy jan. i, ioo. rurmai nrKuua-
tions on the issue are slated fori
mid-November ia Iceland.
Jonsson told a news conference
his country has bo wish to "weak "weaken
en "weaken in any way". the Atlantic alli
ance, o which Iceland is a mem
ber. He said Ideland'a desire to
remove U .S. troops, la due to the
non-military mtndedness o( the
islanders, not to any unfnendli- I
nesa toward the United States.
He said one possible way to
meet .the North Atlantic Treaty
Organisation's objection would be
to ret American technicians and
civilians remain. He did not rule
out a compromise by which this
country would reduce its forces
Wisconsin Village
Official Says UN
Controlled By Reds
BOAZ, Wis., Oct. (UP) --
Village president Frank Harris
refused today to fly the "spider "spider-web"
web" "spider-web" flag of the United Nations
and proclaim Oct. 24 United Na Nations
tions Nations day.
In an open letter to Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin villages, cities, the Veterans
of Foreign Wars and the Amer American
ican American Legion, Harris said "our
tax money is being used to
brain-wash us Into conformity
and buy the rope that will even eventually
tually eventually hang us."
Harris referred to "lkerature
propaganda, distributed by our
university at Madison, asking us
to fly that spider-web flag" and
observe United Nations day.
"It is strange, indeed," Harris
said, "that we can be taxed
'through subterfuge to spread the
Ideologies of world socialism In
our midst."
In a cover letter, Harris said
he denounced the UN as "a
Communist-controlled conspira conspiracy
cy conspiracy of international cut-throats
dedicated to the destruction of
our liberty."
.
Haste Making Waste
In Search For Cancer
Cure, Says Scientist
ROMS, Oct. ( (UP)-The Amor Amor-lean
lean Amor-lean discoverer of streptomycin
said today that haste in the
search for cancer cures has re resulted
sulted resulted In a "hit-and-miss type of
research."
Prof. Selman Waksman, Rut Rutgers
gers Rutgers University's Nobel prize win winning
ning winning microbiologist, told the Ital Italian
ian Italian Chemotherapy Society that
many questions still remain un unanswered
answered unanswered about cancer.
He. said a number of micro-1
organisms produce chemical sub substances
stances substances which inhibit transplanted!
and spontaneous cancers. But he
said that since there are no con controls
trols controls many test cases may have!
regressed or the tumor growth I
stopped by other unknown causes.!
He said one difficulty is that the
value of tests on animals has been
challenged widely.
The effect of microbes as anti antitumor
tumor antitumor agents still is very little
understood, Waksman said.
"There has been such a great;
hurry to find 'cancer cures' that!
the investigators have not had suf sufficient
ficient sufficient time to evaluate the results
calmly and come to definite
rational conclusions," he said.

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or just curious... you won t
to miss the opportunity
to consult with Mrs, Adriana Gerbar
PFAFF aawing expert from Germany.
She can give you pointers on how to
achieve that tailor-made look to all that you
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Some US Troops,

o
!i .
in Iceland and rotate them more
often.
Jonsson said Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles recognized the,
problem posed bv the DrPSnrP
of American troops in Iceland,
The number is secret but has
been estimated at between 4,00j
and 8,000.
Jonsson recalled that Dulllee
said at a news conference this
proportion was the same as if
6 million foreign troop were
'stationed outside Washineton or
New York. He said Dulles rennet-
ed his awareness of this nroblem
.
at metr meeting aionaav.
.

Attend Church This Rally Sunday

Bt

the

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA, HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL RALLY DAY
10:40 "GATHERING UNTO THE LORD"
Pastor WILLIAM H. BEEBY Speaking
"Children's Chapel" Robert L. Snyder
tf:30 B.T.U. Training In Christian Living
7:30 "FELLOWSHIP IN THE LIGHT
OF THE GOSPEL"'
(A new Series of Sermons on the epistle of I John)
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED

with TEXACO FIRE

Next tim you need gasolin, try Fir Chief. You
can eount on this : it'll b packed with action.
It's specially blended for climate and altitude
wherever you All 'r up. What' more, it sells at
the regular gasoline price. Stop in soon.

You are Welcome at
TEXACO Dealer

Mrs. Cerber will be happy to
discuss your problems with you.
Watch her demonstrations
on the only Truly Automatic
Precision sewing machine PFAFF.
See the amazing exhibit of
the beautiful article sewn
on the fabulous PFAFF.

Tropicana
(Formerly Philippine Rattan furniture)
4th of July Ave. At the sign of the clock Tel. 2-21S1

will be riven to all who visit Tronicanar dtirlBj
Drawing to be held at Tropkans Oct. 13 at 11 :M a.m.

Fertilizer Short
For Hay, Posture
LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) U.S.
Department of Agriculture stud-

les reveal farmers generally jr
'willing to spend monev and tilTIB
'rtiiitna nk
blesbut virtUBllv neglect hay,
pasture and cover crops
'
A anl tiirvov chAu-Ai that
on the averaee. farmers use fill
pounds of 'nitrogen per acre for
green and vellow vegetables and
a for rwta"trw.
But they- averged just onj
nound raf nitroeen tier acre nf baV
and four-tenths of a pound for
Dasture and cover croos
The same nattern was trua.
with slioht variations for nhni-
T ....
phate and potash lertitizers
.:;
Loads
Aetibn
CHIEF gasoline-
Your
want
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SATTJRDAT, OCTOBER C, 1931

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m 12 Polish Seamen

Trapped In Ship
Survive In Hull

IJMUIDEN. The Netherlands

Oct. 8 (UP) A Polish trawler last

night turned turtle 145 miles -off

Holland s northwest coast tonight.

I trapping 12 seamen alive in a

nuge air DUODie insure me mm.
A sister trawler stood by in the
rough seas while a Norwegian sal
vage tug sped to attempt a rescue.'
The stricken trawler, the Cyr-j
anka, was believed carrying a
crew of 17 but some were rescued.

according to radio reposis in
broken english from a sister ship,
the Mourekawala.
The radio reports laid the
trapped seamen could be heard
pounding frantically for aid inside
the hujl.

They apparently were surviving

AT FLORIDA'S CYPRESS GARDENS Panama's Consul Gen General
eral General in Miami and Mrs. Osvaldo Lopez are shown with their
daughetr Magui and niece Manuelito at Florida's Cypress Gar Gardens
dens Gardens where they watched the water ski show and toured the
famous gardens.

INTER AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB WILL HONOR
PANAMA'S FIRST LADY WITH TEA AT HOTEL
Mr. Ernesto de la Goardia will oe guest of honor at a
tea te be fleen by the Inter American Women s Clnb at the
Hotel El Panama, Thursday, Oct. 25 at 4:30 p.m.
jV Members way bring guests and are urged to make re re-tervaUonsearb
tervaUonsearb re-tervaUonsearb Balboa 3-8566, Panama 2-6518,
Mrs. Heurtcmatte Panama 3-6566 or Mrs. Harold Feenev

Balboa 1642.

sion to Panama's Presidential I I-nauguration.
nauguration. I-nauguration. The Mission is head headed
ed headed by Dr. Augusto Thondick.

Anti-Red Defenses
Better Than 'Evet'
Slates US Admiral

He said the SEATO military
t alliance is coming along well, a ad
progress is being made toward
consolidation of the Americas)
commands in Asia.

TOKYO. Oct. 6 (UP) -U.S.i
Pacific Co.roander Adm. Felix:

B., Stump said today the anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist forces in Asia have
made encouraging progress in
building defenses during the past
: 18 months.
He particularly singled out
South Viet Nam as a nation which
has strengthened itself against
i the possibility of Communist
aggression.
I Speaking at a lunch riven in
; his honor by United Nations and
Far East Commander Gen.
I Lyman L. Lemnitzer, Stump

added that the armed forces of
Nationalist China and the Philip Philippines
pines Philippines also have improved greatly.

PLANNING FUN FOR CHILDREN Member of Fort itobbe's Youth Activity Council execu executive
tive executive board are, front row, left to right, Mrs. P at Claunch, Secretary; Mrs. Pearl Slmms, Vice
Chairman; Mrs. Doris Lee George, Chairman: Mrs. Doris Noyes, Treasurer; and rear row in
the same order, Mrs. Peggy Miller, Honorary Chairman; Mrs. Maria Nairn, Member at Large.

IU.S. Army Photo by Pvt. Bill Muench)

alloween,

wintj

Khmtmai rlani

Chilean Mission
i ntartainad At Embassy t
Th Chilean Ambassador to Pa

nama, Admiral Enrique Lagreze
..... iimchenn recently at the

Embassy residence' in honor of the
Chilean Mission to the Presiden Presiden-tial
tial Presiden-tial inauguration.
Ambassador of Ecuador
Gives Luncheon
The Ambassador of Ecuador,
Dr Hugo Macayo and Mrs. Mon Mon-cayo
cayo Mon-cayo gate a luncheon, Friday in
honor of the members of the E E-cuadorean
cuadorean E-cuadorean Mission to the Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Inauguration.
Reception At Peruvian
f mbassy Honors Mission

The Peruvian r.muassy was ic

Arias-de la Cuardia
Engagement Announced

HP Assemblyman and

J a aJl a a i

iTt J i 1 a l m d Mrs. Betty Gam, Member at Large.

overturned ship afloat, the radio
reports said.
The Mourekawala said it feared
an attempt to' cut through the
half-inch steel hull might let the
air escape and sink the vessel be before
fore before the trapped men could get
out.
In Britain, a Royal Air Force
helicopter and high speed launch launches
es launches were standing by waiting for

toe severe electrical storm and

Heavy seas in the vicinity of the
traiwer to subside.
A crewmember picked off the
hull of the overturned vessel told
his rescuers of the plight of the
companions he left behind.

ren

'V

M r s i DON'T JUST BLAME

Juan B. Arias announce the en- HUSBAND' BREAK THE BARS

gagemem oi ineir aaugmer miss,, TOUKSELF
Manuelita Arias to Roberto de la;

Guardia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ro
berto de la Guardia.

Current and future plans of the
Fort Kobbe Youth Activities Coun Council,
cil, Council, whose main purpose is to
make the assignment in Panama
a more enjoyable one for the sons
and daughters of families station stationed
ed stationed at Fort Kobbe, have been re recently
cently recently announced.
The Council, which meets every

third Tuesday of the month, has

the role of coordinating and fi
nancine the following Youth Acti

vities: The Teenage Club, Boy

Scouts. Cub Scouts, ti l r 1 Scouts,
Brownie Scouts. Fort Kobbe Lit

tle League Baseball Team, Riding

Club, Summer Recreation Pro-

man, Vice Chairman, Secretary

Treasurer, a representative from

post headquarters, two wives of
commissioned officers and two

wives of enlisted personnel.
The main body of the Youth Ac
tivities Council consists of mem
bers at large, including a repre

sentative from each recognized

youth activity, plus chairmen of

appointed committees.

The coming Halloween Carnival
will provide merriment for both
children and their elders; while
the youngsters are enjoying free
games and prizes, the adults will

Uhv An a .. ui. eram and all Post-wide Children's; be Irvine their luck on wheels of

.... ov uiwij wives uiamc r;.
their husbands for the dull Dves Parties- fortune and bingo games. Hams,
thev laH turkevs. tovs and cakes will be

Entertainments Planned Because it i w Most recently the Council has among the prizes. Proceeds from

For Visiting Businessmen j to put all the blame on her hm. been busy writing and adopting a ; this activity are required to help

J. t. Kevlm, general manager of j band and decide there's simolv new constitution, and olannrhe (defray expenses for the Christmas

ungaie-raimonve co. in ranamaj nothing she can do to chanae her D0,n tor a Halloween carnival and
and Miss Muriel Mykland of Ser life short of changing her hus-! a Christmas Party,
vicios Mvkland are manning oar- i.unH ti, it t. t-

ties for Saturday and Sunday; hnv i-..fia uV: ?! Jz, !! The new eonsUtution calls for

. ... . r j. uivn, auu fliau c& : hi.

Party.

The5 committee for the Christ

mas Party has already planned its

-u. uoint roreniion giv- for the weekend.

m last niaht b fte.leiwiiui Am-;. Two of .the. visnors are Luis Dil-

hassador and Mrs.- G

nights to entertain a group of busi-; citement. i ,n Executive Board consisting ofprogram, bought gifts, and dis-

Maybe her husband doesn't "onorary inairman, c a a i r- paicnea a leuer mj uie iwui rB

nessmen who are visiting Panama

feu in honor of the Sp

Aram-

I Mis-

have you joined
' the fun at the

Fridays & Saturdays
Midnlte to 4:36 a.m.
with the
piano bass and drum
combination of the

GEORGE G0D0Y TRIO

' EEEw bh

perk up when she savs half-heart.

edly, "Would you like to see a
movie tonight?"

Ion, president of Dillonousips de
Mexico who arrived yesterday and

the same company in New VX U tVbS him
j'ose Gomes, assistant KgSTB
SjSMa3fe iertakhetverdthde0S.

:i u ZfaLLTr! !fw nours. That doesn't necessarf

trnmmttM am p.7- uy men sn ns t0 De tiei down I
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) i if ,Be can't afford a babv sitter

she can usually find a neighbor!
who will be glad to take over her!
children occasionally if she win
reciprocate by doing the Same fori
the neighbor.
Needed' A Little Initiative
She may be sold on the' Idea

that her husband doesnt like en

tertaining and so has stopped in

Rock 'N Roll Fever
Spreads To Denmark

Despite Film Ban
COPENHAGEN. Oct s r II

Rnrlr 'n rntl 4at .wu-j rv

mark last night on the dancing ,utf d'i 1J1JH inxViting
n HIS frienrii mctosH nf hove tnr sn

evening and then watch him shine

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feet of 600 teenagers.

iney even elected a "Danish

K via Procla.." -..! I

....... .,... auu were Having c-

nH, "Ar'r? 2. V!!.5tee.ls her about his work? Lots of hus-

as a jovial host?

her

husband doesn't talk to

in the !r-condil'i

BALBOA KOAM
Ubtcap on The house
at 4:39 up
Giorg also plays tb plan
It Sm to 2 am.
Tpas.. Wed. It Thurt.

until police ended the lmnromnt,. S".00" ,?'

ball with elnhs oanjs aoni.
; Dmit.. rfani.i, h 4 But wives who have plenty of
respite a Danish ban on Amen- outside i n t e r a t nf thpir n
!can mov whioh .u umi;iiu ot ineir own

' American film -'linoi-V..VwJ It c 00n t le W from the
ictod? tobi hn ff-T1 wor-- W because they don't
Il'n n10- Shnhre' ,rock share in their husbands' business

1 1 v" va.c siiuieu over irom ; lives
1 Tr!EurPea.n natlons oni So ber husband throws cold

11 j e' movie : on most of her plans and,
had sparked similar demonstra- ideas
U0Lln a1 a I "n"" tnrow- He'u et to1
Some 4,000 teenagers listened i of throwing cold water if it never!
to tour bands pound it out. Musi- w hint mut 1

cian lb Jensen, named the Danish!
! Elvis Presley, stripped down to: No. husbands aren't resoonsible

I ms trousers and went into an act if their wives lead dull and boring!
while paying his tenor sax. 'lives. With a little gumption and!
An esUmated 6000 fans carried imagination a wife can get some.!
, their enthusiasm outside to the of the things-she wants out of life,'
j streets. When firecrackers started no matter how little cooperation
: popping, police charged. Rein- and encouragement she gets from!
iforcements had to be called, and her husband
general confusion ensued for half Giving up is never the fault of!
an hour before the crowd finally anyone but the one who decides

aispersea. to give up.

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Argentine, Italian
Experts Talk Over
Economic Relations

ROME, Oct. 6 (UP) Argen Argentine
tine Argentine and Italian trade experts
held a plenary session today to
discuss the result of their work on
straightening out and improving
economic relations between the

two countries.
The parties noted "substantial
agreement" on the individual!
credits of Italy with Argentina!
between the decumems of Ari:n
Una Central Bank and the Italian:

exchange Office.
This afternoon the f i n a n c i al
subcommittee met at the Italian
exchange office and made an in
ventory of the credits. The com committee
mittee committee also discussed the plan for
amortizing the credits over a 10
year period. The committee's
work will continue over the next
few days.
The commercial subcommittee
will meet tomorrow at the Minis Ministry
try Ministry of Foreign Commerce to start
work oh an accord. The accord
will be in the same spirit as that
of the organization for European
ecor-cmic cooperation in exchang exchanges
es exchanges and will free the maximun pos possible
sible possible amount of goods from cus customs.
toms. customs. Italian sources said it was "not
improbable" that the accord
would contain a part reserved for
economic and technical collabo

ration between the two countries.

:'V ; vi -'
Invites the public in general on Monday
October 8 at 9 a.m., to inauguration of
the Sewing Week. Win a MW YORKER
Zig lag setting machine in our FREE
RAFFLE.
Central Ave. and 21st E. Street

Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today! I

asking Santa Claus to attend the
party.

Arranged for Dec. 22, the event
will feature distribution of gifts to
TrnkK. -f :

"j "uuuc uuspiinu, irom imant
to teenager.

i-nristmas, of course, will not

mare me ena oi tne activities.
Another Sprinc Carnival In

March, a newly organized Riding

iuo, a Tecenny reorganized Teen Teenage
age Teenage Club, and a. greatly expanded
Little League Baseball progran
all combine to promise feverish
activity for the Kobbe Youth Acti Activities
vities Activities Council. Further announce announcements
ments announcements will be made concerning
these new ventures in the hear fu fu-ure.
ure. fu-ure. 4

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Sun, "View From Pompey's
Head"

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CAPITOLIO TiVOLI CECILIA 1 0 C T 0 R A
5' "C Robert Wawner and NIGHT LOTTERY I
Spanish Program! Virginia Leith in jr.,i k raiders
PICNIC IN KISS BEFORE DYING PRIZE OF GOLD JINGLE RAULH-Ka
LLAMAS CONTRA in Cinemascope and Color! Wjth R Widmark
In Cinemascope! EL VDINTO And the big robbery J SML'GGLER GOLD
.,.. A. Sterling Hayden and MAN IN THE
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JOE MACBETH LA SOSPECHOSA THE KILLING with Randolph Scott CRIME DOCTOR

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oniinu

Virnidt Graop
H Cckttil Party
The Vornado Group, a party of
210 tourists who are visiting here
far 5 days, gave a cocktail party
at the Hotel El Panama, last eve eve-nig.
nig. eve-nig. Cocktails were served in the
South Patio and dinner in the Sa Salon
lon Salon Balboa.
Cut. And Mrs. Caswell
Walcomt Granddaughtar
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Stuller
of Jackson Heights, Long Island,

announce tne Dirin oi raei r nrsi
4 A-Plants
Are Slated
For South
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 -(UP)-Uie
Atomic Energy Commission
announced today tnat four south southern
ern southern power companies have pooled
their, resources to build a big

commercial atomic power piam.
It coupled the announcement
with an indirect jab at Sen. Estes
Kefauver new), toe Democratic
vice presidential nominee.
j commission said tne move.
means that six nuclear power pro programs
grams programs now nave been launched by
private industry in this country
' without any direct financial par-,
ticipation by the government.
ketauver declared in an attack
on the administration's atomic
program this week that private,
industry had shown little interest;
in building atomic plants without;
government help.
AEC Chairman Lewis L. Strauss
charged yesterday that this was
"totaSy false." Today's AEC an announcement
nouncement announcement appeared aimed at
supporting Strauss' claim.
JTfte four southern power firms
will provide atom-produced elec elec-tnicfty
tnicfty elec-tnicfty fox their areas. They are
the Virginia Electric Power
C.,. Ricn.ond; the Carolina Pow Pow-ef
ef Pow-ef k light Co., Raleigh, N.C.; the
i rjuke Power Co., Charlotte, N.j
land the South Carolina Electric
Gas Co. m
i The combined new non-profit
corporation will be known as
Carolina-Virginia Nuclear Power
Associates, Inc. Strauss said the
firms notified him they plan to
proceed "promptly" with their
, . i j j-t-;ir ..rill ho

project, me io aciu
worked out at a meeting of com company
pany company officials later this month.
The AEC announcement did not
name the cost of the new project
Mhir than that it would be a
'multimilHon dollar" one. Five
previously announced atomic pow power
er power plants involve a total invest invest-nient
nient invest-nient of more than 2000 .lllion
dollars.

child Oct. 3. The baby will be
named Nancy Jane. Her maternal

grandparents are Captain ana
Mrs. William H. Casswell of Mar

garita and Mr. and Mrs. nicholas
L. Stuller of Jackson Heights are

the paternal grandparents.
Swede Sentenced
For Selling Plan

STnfKWni Ki Oct K tiSPS A

Swedish technician who confessed

hp had hceii Snvi ft snv for 18

years was sentenced today to 12

years in prison at hard labor for
giving the russians a detailed
blueprint of -a Swedish radar

warning system.
Russian-born Anatole Eriksson,:
46, had pleaded in his own defense
at his four-day trial that the Sov-,
lets threatened reprisals against
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NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE AND FAMILY Associate-Justice William Joseph Bren Bren-nan,
nan, Bren-nan, Jr., of the New Jersey Supreme Court, who has been named by Fresldent Eisenhower as
his choice to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, poses with his family in front of their Rum Rum-son.
son. Rum-son. N.J.. home. Standing behind Brennan's daughter, Nancy, 7, ire (left to right): son
Hugh, 20; Hugh's wife. Roxy; Mr. and Mrs. B.ennan and son William.

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CHILEAN GENERAL DECORATED Brig. Gen. Daniel Ba Ba-lleiro
lleiro Ba-lleiro Thompson of Chile receives the school crest from Col.
Gines Perez, commandant of the U.S. Army Caribbean School,
signifying honorary graduate during informal ceremonies held
at the school recently. Gen. Balleiro was the military member
of the Chilean Delegation that came to Panama for the
inauguiition of the Republic's new president.
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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

EDWARD has a game called
Tontaiil Kidd's Treasure Hunt."

To play it, you first whirl a nee

dle around a dial mat leus u
to make on the

hnrri 1 hen. with one of the

game's Utile plastic pirates, you

aHvenliiro tor II lniO KUDU aim

honafnl enpniinters with such ha

,,,ri- 9 c the Tvnho.m. the Secret

of the Marooned Sailor, the Good

Trade Winds, Shark Love, etc.
Erlw;rd's father

plays the game with him. and as
I. r .ii.niM cnmctiinvs

beats him

irai.i mi....
Than there's trouble. FOP as to

ward has moved his plastie pirate
' tt ri al Traa.

nearer ana nearer u uw A..Tc

Rut the solution is not refusing

to play games with them.
My favorite solution is one used
by social workers Fritz Redl and

D..vic Wineman in tneir wore wiw
children. It is to play one game of

"Captain Kidd s Treasure Hum"
with Edward according to the
game's rules; and then to play a
second according to Edward's
wishes.
RV which T mean that Edward's

father might say to him: "All

rioht let's nlav this wav. We'll

Dlav the first game by the reeli

mips each nf us moving our ni-

sometimesi rates as far as the needle tells us

to go no matter wmcn oi us oeats

Princess Margaret
Arrives In Zanzibar

On African Tour
ZANZIBAR Oct,. 8 -(UP) -Princess
Maraaret arrived here

today aboard the royal yacht
"Britannia," for a thre.-day
s.atp visit to this British island

protectorate.
As the yacht anchored off offshore
shore offshore she was welcomed bv

Prince Abdallah, only son of

Sultan Syyld Sir Khalifa.
The princess, the first mem member
ber member of the British Royal family
to pay a formal visit to the Is Island,
land, Island, will remain until Sunday
evening as gues: of the Sultan
and Sultana. She will live a a-board
board a-board the royal yacht.

Her African tour which start

ed Sept. 21 will later take her
t.n Tanoanvika and Kenva be

fore tne homeward nignt irom

Nairobi Oct. 25.

WILD BILL'S TROUBLES

the nther Rut wa'11 nlav the sr-c

ond game by baby rules. You can

move as fast as the needle tells i

utan-i 7 -.1

rau.. fear that his father'! you to out in never move more

sure cave, iear uuai ma .! -- ---
!:. :....-rt.k. hi. has arowi than five spates at a time

"'"J. V'":T- Thi. cnlntinn tn vnimt-er

tf &

Of defeat has

'ir. ..k.-.hie I This solution to

annus- uuum. .u:iJ' ;ii---,.

ivurM the roe l 1011. na Wl 1 imu a uimrenuto

burst into tears of frustration or two advantages,
withdraw into such resentful die- First, it makes it possible for
couragement that his father says him to accept some defeat by in in-E
E in-E i widerstandable impatience: surmg him some victory. As he

"Whv do vou ask me to piay inn exper-ciiccs uei.a. wu.u i

game if losing makes you so ne can near u loses us power 10

mad' If you re going 10 carry ""
like this when I beat you, let's not ment.
Li nv more Second, it enables ut to pre-
P a?dTs seven I serve the difference between the
iw eame Dlavuig children qf real game we play with the child

nFAnwnnn sn -ftTP

Wild Bill Hickok has as much

trouble with lawbreakers In death
a he did in life. The latest inci

dence was the theft of a wooden

marker from his grave in Mt.

Moriish cemetery. The marker
taaa a renHra of the one nlaced

on the original grew of the iron
Utt two-gun marshah aftw he

was shot to death rv JSCK hc-

Call in ueaawooa s jumoer iu

saloon 75 years ago.

his age hi ve the moral strength
to take the disappointment of de defeat
feat defeat after the expectation of victory.

and the "baby one. It allow us

tn rnnneratp with the v n ii n e e r

child's need to pretend he has won

a victory without becoming pan oi
his pretense ourselves.

Scientist foresees

Control 01 Humans
By Radios In Brain

CHICAGO, Oct. 7 (UP? A

teadinp electronics engineer

hat fnrprnvt thn nav when w ho p

nations might be enslaved by tiny
radios planted into the brains of

lntants to prevent them irom

tniniung as inaiviauais.

Curtiss R. Schafer. project en-

rneer for the Norde K e t a
Corp. of Milford, Conn., said re research
search research in the science of "biocon "biocon-trol"
trol" "biocon-trol" has shown that the conver conversion
sion conversion oi human beings into elec electronically
tronically electronically controlled robots is

possible.
Schafer, addressing the national
electronics conference, defin e d

biocoi trol as "the control of the
physical movements, mental pro-
resses emnlional rartinns and

gnn.ranl snnunrv nementlAns nf

the higher forms of animal life
including man by means of bio bioelectric
electric bioelectric signals which are trans

mitted and injected into tne cen-j
tral nervous system of the sub

ject. ,
Schafer said individuals could
be turned into robots by mounting.

a sockci unoer ine scaips oi sun-.

jects wnn eiectroaes rejicmng mio
vital areas of the brain and later
oluine in a miniature radio re

ceiver and anternna.

"From then on," -be said, "the
subject would be unable to think
as individual."

ma m

NY Police Wage
Cop Killer Hunt

In New Rochelle
NEW ROCHELLE .N.Y., Oct. 6
.TIP. More than 200 policemen

hunted from door-to-door in a res residential
idential residential area with shoot-to-kill or-
ders last night for the cold-blooded
i slayer of a young Scarsdale, N.Y.,
patrolman.
The searrhern. in teams Of 10,

fanned through a four-square:mile
area for the driver of a stolen
... urhn mnrtaltv wounded officer

i Charles Ackerty, even when he

tried to halt tne venicie.
Ackerly was shot in the chest
near the border of New Rochelle,
located in Westchester County
which adjoins New York City.
The killer roared south i n t o
nearby Larchmont, wrecked the
car in a police chase, stole anoth anoth-,
, anoth-, .mi uteri into New Rochelle. He

j abandoned the second car i t s

glass shattered oy ponce ouii-i
and eluded police on foot some

where m the city s aun naveu ic ic-idential
idential ic-idential section.

Mother Of Kidnaped
Ruololo Baby Sent
To Mental Hospital

MIDDLETOWN. Coon., Oct.
(UP Mrs. Eleanor Ruotolo,
mother of kidnaped and lain
Cynthia Ruotolo of Hamden, hasi
been admitted to Middtetown State
(Mental) Hospital at her own re-j
auest, authorities said today.
c-r.ir-.mn at the hospital

would not elabrorate on her con condition.
dition. condition. Her 29- year -old husband,1

Stephen, a Marine corps ve.u-i
ran, was not available for com-
ment. a
State's Attorney Abraham .,
Ullman said "Mrs. Ruotolo an-;
plied for admission voluntsnly. ;
Mrs. Ruotolo, a former wait waitress,
ress, waitress, had been questioned exten extensively
sively extensively by FBI agents and polic;

after she reportea ner wa- weea weea-old
old weea-old baby kidnaped from an unat unattended
tended unattended carriage in the Sears Sears-Roebuck
Roebuck Sears-Roebuck store at Hamden Sept. 1
The baby's body was found in
nearby Lake. Whitney five dayi
later.
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Menon Makes Fourth

Slab At Compromise
Suez Canal Plan

CMRO, Oct. 6 (UP) V. K
Krishna fpnnn InHia' nnmoHIo

ambassador, arrived in Cairo to-1

out a uez tanai compromise plan
with President Gamal Abdel Nasser.

Informed sources said Nasser
summoned Krishna Menon from
New Delhi to blueprint a' com compromises
promises compromises plan which India will in introduce
troduce introduce in the U.N. Security Coun Council.
cil. Council. The sources said the comprom compromise
ise compromise plan basically called for direct-

negotiations between Egypt and
the Canal User Nations. Rut Na's-
spr waa rennrteH In nhiert tn the

15 nation Users Association form

ed in London on tne ground tnat

it docs not represent an nations'
using the Canal.
Egyptian sources have insisted:
that only Indian Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru could effect a
compromise between western ship shipping
ping shipping nations and Egypt. The plan;
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SATURDAY. OCTOBER I, WSI
Dodgers Now 13-5 Favorites To Crush Yankees

Whitey Ford, Roger Craig
Today's Starting Choices
By LEO H. PETERSEN
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP) Those slugging
Brooklyn Dodgers were 13-5 favorites today to hand
the New York Yankees the most one-sided World
Series trouncing in their proud history.

Two up with two to go titer
staging the most spectacular
World Series rally In 27 years to
beat the Yankees, 13-8, yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, the Dodgers sent towering
right-hander Roger Craig a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst manager Casey Stengels
"desperation choice" ol Whitey
Ford belore an anticipated crowd
ol 69,000. m
Man-to-man odds listed tne
Yankees as 7-5 picks in today s
third game but favored the
Dodgers at almost 3-to-l odds to
win their second straight world
championship. The 1956 Dodgers
were the only team ever to lose
the Ilrst two games ol a seven seven-game
game seven-game Series and go on to win
the championship.
The experts were string ng
along with the Yankees In to today's
day's today's game because Ford, a
19-game winner this year,
beat the Dodgers twice at the
Stadium in the 1955 World Se Series,
ries, Series, But they had no choice
after yesterday's tremendous
Dodgt r slugging outburst a a-galBSt
galBSt a-galBSt a record total ol seven
Yankees pHchers.except to in install
stall install the delending w o r Id
champions as top-heavy favo favo-rites
rites favo-rites lor the ent re Series.
The once-heavlly favored Yan Yankees
kees Yankees were faced with the possi possibility
bility possibility of the worst World Series
showing in the history of this
roost successful Series team of
all time. Never before had a
Yankee team dropped the first
two games of a seven-game se series
ries series and rarely has any team
man-handled the Yankees as
the Dodgers did in the first two
games ol this Series. The Yan Yankees
kees Yankees of course, never have lost
a World Series in four straight
games, their worst showing be being
ing being in 1942 when the St. Louis
Cardinals lost the opener and
then won lour straight to end
the Series in live games.
The Stadium itself, with its
lar-reaching left-field barrier,
appeared to be the Yankees' best
rUnri is thnv nrenared for a
hack-to-the-wall fignt. Their big
i-irm. t that the Dodgers' fear
some right handed array ol
sluggers, which now has beaten
ivi vanknei five in a row at
Ebbets Field while out-scoring
them. 40-19. will not look so for
midable in the larger park.
The Yankees won the Ilrst
three games played at Yankee
Stadium in 1955 and lost the. fi finale,
nale, finale, 2-0, to johnny Podres' bril brilliant
liant brilliant pitching.
The carefree Dodgers were
convinced Stengel cannot possi possibly
bly possibly muster the pitching talent
to hold them in check in Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium or any other park.
They racked up Ford lor live ol
their six runs in Wednesday's
6-3 opening-game triumph and
hoprjed on the seven pitchers
Stengel threw into yesterday's
three-hour and 26-minute strug struggle
gle struggle with great enthusiasm.
in Ford, Stengel is taking a
"forced gamble." Under ordinary
conditions, the southpaw wou d
not be brought back with only
two days ol rest his short
opening day stint notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding but Casey has little choice
excefit to figure he's "got to go
down with his best. The only
othef possible starter the Yan Yan-keesliave,
keesliave, Yan-keesliave, who has not seen ac action
tion action Already, is right-hander Bob
Grini who'll be on bullpen duty
today and is a possible fourth fourth-game
game fourth-game starter it he is not press pressed
ed pressed irtto action in the third game.
Alston enjoyed the luxury ol
witch ng his pitching plans
after yesterday's victory. He
originally planned to start
sinker-ball pitcher Clem La La-bine
bine La-bine in the third game, if the
Series was tied, but switched
to the towering Craig. Craig,
who won the fourth game of
the 19SS series as a rooke al although
though although he failed to go the dis distance,
tance, distance, now releases Labine for
late-inning bullpen duty.
Craig, a right-hander with a
weeping, semi-sidearm motion,
had an unusual regular-season
campaign. His record was 12-11
for the enltire season but he
started fast and for a while was
regarded as the team's most ef effective
fective effective hurler.
"Stengel is expected to stick
with yesterday's lineup, mean meaning'
ing' meaning' that Billy Martin will start
at third base, jerry Coleman at
second and Joe Collins at first.
Collins hit only .225 during the
regular season but is a danger dangerous
ous dangerous long-ball hitter especial especially
ly especially at Yankee Stadium against a
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right-hander like Craig.
Alston, seeking to "overload"
his lineup with even more right right-handed
handed right-handed batting punch, indicated
switch-hitter Junior Gilliam will
replace Sandy Amoros in left
field and right-handed hitting
Charley Neal will take over lor
Gilliam at second base, under
this arrangement, the Dodger
infieldjactually gains on defense
because Neal is a brilliant dou

ble-play plvotman.
Otherwise, the unemotional
Alston, who sometimes resem resembles
bles resembles a fellow who just dropped
in on the Series and hasn't the
slightest concern over who wins
it, will go with that devastating
order ol rigtit-handed sluggers
which overcame a 6-0 deficit to
win yesterday's second game
with ease.
No. 1 hatchet man is first first-baseman
baseman first-baseman Gil Hodges, who has
knocked in seven runs in the
first two games. The 210-pound
slugger goes into today's game
with a .714 batting average com compared
pared compared to the World Series record
of .625 held by Babe Ruth. He is
only two runs batted in away
from the all-time record for one
Series held by Lou Gehrig.
The red-hot Duke Snider
the other Dodger the Yankees
fear from away back. Snider's
three-run homer off southpaw
Tommy Byrne tied yesterday's
game at 6-6 in the second in inning
ning inning and he now has walloped
10 homers of Yankee pitching
in Series competition, only
Ruth, who hit 15, has hit more
series homers than Sn'der.
Hodaes. who went hitless m 21
trips to the plate to become the
series goat in 1952, delivered the
blows that sent the Yankees
tumbling down yesterday. He
smashed a double off the left
field wall in the fourth. to put
the Dodgers ahead, 9-7, and
then lashed another two-run
double in the fifth to expand
the margin to 11-7. He singled
and walked twice in his other
tries for a perfect 3-for-3 day
and a composite Series record of j
5-f0r-7.
' it started out as if the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees were going to belt the
Dodgers all over the field yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Yogi Berra's grand-slam
homer climaxing a six-run
splurge against 27-game winner
Don Newcombe in 1 2-3 innings.
Newk was a oatheJtic figure as he
walked off the mound, knowing
that once again his critics were
saying he's a pitcher "who can t
win tne big one." in inree pre previous
vious previous tries he had also been
beaten by the Yankees in Series
competition.
It looked then like Newcombe
was to be saddled with his
fourth series defeat but Yan?
kees pitcher Don Larsen did
not have either hfs fast ball or
his control and it required on only
ly only one break for him to come
apart at the seams.
That break occurred quickly
in the second inning when
Collins fumbled Amoros' ground grounder
er grounder after an opening single by
Hodges. Two more walks and an
outfield flv produced one run
and brought right-hander John
ny Kucks out of the bull-pen to
face Pee wee Reese. Reese sin singled
gled singled home two runs to cut the
margin to 6-3 and then Snider
Ued the score wtih his three three-run
run three-run homer off Byrne.
Once even, the Dodgers kept
flailing away at the succession
of pitchers Stengel threw into
the struggle and they simply
out-slugged the Yankees just as
they have out-slugged National
League teams so often at Ebbets
Field.
The rally was the greatest in
World series history since the
Philadelphia Athletics over
came an 8-0 deficit in the 4th
game of the 1929 Series with the
Chicago Cubs and it helped to
set other series marks whlch the
statisticians will be adding up
for days.
Adlai Stevenson, Democratic
presidential candidate, stuck
it out to the last putout.

i

Casey Praises
Sal Maglie's
Spot Control
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP)
Sports of all sorts: Casey Sten Stengel
gel Stengel of the Yankees has high
praise for Sal Maglie's control
and not just because Swami Sal
can nick the corners of the plate
whenever he chooses.
Let's listen to Casey:
"He throws 'em just the right
height, too, so low my hitters
think they're balls but high
enough for umpires to call them
strikes.
"I'm not beefing about um umpiring
piring umpiring but Maglie sure does a
great job of throwing what I'd
call are questionable balls."
When Maglie was With the Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, his worst enemies were
the Dodgers in general and Carl
Furillo in particular. j

Furillo's temperature blazed
every time he even thought of
Maglie's name but things have
changed since the old pitcher
became a winning Dodger.
"Maglie deserves the National
League's most valuable player
award if anvdne on this club
does," according to Sal's new
pal, Furillo.
Chuck Zimmerman, talented
new quarterback at Syracuse, is
a Syracuse hleh school star who
'lid some touring before he play played
ed played freshman football for the
Rams and went "home" only be because
cause because Fordham dropped foot football.
ball. football. Llghtw eight champ Joe
Brown, who won the title with
a broken hand, hopes he'll
make a bundle with his new
crown.
Charley Massegee, 155-pound
iunior halfback on Sammy
Baugh's Hardin-Simmons foot football
ball football team, is an ordained min minister.
ister. minister. Bob Buhl and Willie Mays,
who have had a taste of winter
ball in the Latin leagues, advise
most players to skip it if they
can afford to.
Buhl, Braves pitcher, says,
"eighteen months of baseball,
including winter ball and two
regular seasons up here, is too
much for anyone, I don't care
how old he Is."
Elston Howard, an outfielder
and sometime catcher for the
Yankees, will be strictly a
catcher on a 30-game barn barnstorming
storming barnstorming tour with the Monte
Irvln All Stars after the World
Series.
Hit Happy
BROOKLYN, Oct. 5 (UP) Box
score of the second 1956 World Se
ries game:
New York (A) ABRHOA
McDougaid.ss 3 0
Slaughter,!! 4 3
Mantle.cf 4 1
Berra.c .... ...4 1
Colfins.lb ..... 4 0
Bauer, rf 5 0
Martin,3b-2b ...4 1
G.Coleman,2b 2 0
d-Skowron 1 0
Carey ,3b 0 0
Larsen.p 1 1
Kucks, p 0 0
Byrne,p 0 0
Sturdivant.p 0 0
Morgan.p 1 1
Turley.p 0 0
b-Siebern
McDtrmott.p
Totals 35 8 12 24 5
Brooklyn (N) ABRHOA
Gilliam,2b ..... 3 115 3
Rcpsp.ss fi 112S
Snider.cf 4 3 2 6 0
Robinson, 3b ,. ul 2 2 0 2
Hodges.lb 3 2 3 6 0
Amoros.If 4 10 0 0
c-Jackson 1 0 0 0 0
Cimoli,lf 0 0 0 1 0
Furillo.rf 4 2 2 2 0
Campanclla.c 3 10 5 0
Newcombe.p 0 0 0 0 l
Roebuck.p 0 0 0 0 0
a-Mitchell 1 0 0 0 0
Bessent.p 2 0 10 0
Totals 35 13 12 2711
a-Fouled out for Roebuck in 2nd
i b-Flied out for Turley in 6th
c-Struck out for Amoros in 7th
! (I Struck out for G. Coleman in 8th
New York (A) ..ISO 100 001-1
Brooklyn (N) ... 061 220 02x-13
E Collins, Bauer. RBI Collins
2, Larsen, Berra 4, Slaughter,!
Campanellr Reese 2, Snider 3,1
Bessent. Hodges 4, Gilliam 2. 2B
Hodges 2. HR Berra, Snider. S
G. Coleman, McDougald, Bessent!
SF CampaneDa, Slaughter. DP I
Martin, Collins; Keese, Gilliam,
Hodges. LOB New York 7 Brook
lyn 11. BB Newcombe 2, Larsen
4, Bessent 2, Sturdivant 2, Morgan
2, McDermott 3. SO Byrne 1,
Sturdivant 2, Morgan 3, Turley 1,
Bessent 4, McDermott 3. HO
Newcombe 6 in 1 2-3; Roebuck 0
in 1-3; Bessent 6 in 7; Larsen 1 in
1 2-3; Kucks 1 in 0 (pitched to one
batter in 2nd); Byrne 1 in 1-3;
Sturdivant 2 In 2-3; Morgan 5 in 2;
Turley 0 in 1-3; McDermott 2 m 3.
R&ER Newcombe 6-6; Bessent
2-2; Larsen 40; Kucks 1-0; Byrne
10, Sturdivant 11: Morgan 4-4;
McDermott 21. WP Bessent.
Winner Bessent. Loser Mor Morgan.
gan. Morgan. U-Soar (A), plate) Boggcss
(N), IB; Napr (A), 2B) Plnel!)
(N), 3B Runge (A, Gorman N,
foul llHes. Ti.e 3:26. A-36,217.

Martinez,
Training

Young Claudio Martinez and
veteran Juan Dias II yesterday
completed their training for to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's ten round feature
match at the Colon Arena.
The managers of both ban bantams
tams bantams were "pleased" at the end
of yesterdays workouts and
each voiced confidence that his
charge would be the winner.
Marfnes will be trying to
somewhat make up for the
heart-breaking kayo lots he
suffered to tough Toto Ibarra
last August.
The scrappy little Colonite,
who stood up valiantly against
the murderous Toto all the way,
was sent to the canvas for keeps
in the last heat of the scheduled
ten-rounder.
Claudio got as much ovation
from the crowd that night as
did his conqueror.
Juan Diaz, who had been ab absent
sent absent from local rings for the
past few years, has had recent
successes in Nicaragua where he
won his last three engagements.
Another local boxer who has
not been fighting of late will be
seen in action tomorrow nighs.
He' Is lightweight Horacio
Ottis, who takes on Carlos
Watson in the eight-round
semifinal.
ottis went Into voluntary re retirement
tirement retirement after he was deci deci-soned
soned deci-soned by the late Fdro Tsis
just over a year ago.
He considers himself leading
aspirant for the vacant 135 135-pound
pound 135-pound crown and hopes to use a
win tomorrow to put him back
in the limelight.
USARCarib Sports
Officer Almost
Gets Hole-In-One
Mai. Norman C. McCardell, US
ARCARIB sports officer, has turn
ed in a startling exhibition on the
Fort Amador golf course.
Recently, Mat. McCardell was
in a foursome which included Lt.
Cols. L. C. Wood of Special Servic Services
es Services and C. A. Rowan and A. G.
Kihlgren of the Adjutant General
section.
Maj. McCardell, who does not
have a reputation of being a world
shaking golfer but who has parti participated
cipated participated in many types of 1 ports
in his life time, was doing poorly
on the first three holes out
The fourth hole at Fort Amador
is considered one of the toughest
on the course. It is 206 yards long
and partially over water. Par is
four. Club members play it cau cautiously.
tiously. cautiously. Disgusted with hii score for the
three holes before, Maj. McCar McCardell
dell McCardell called for his .driver on the
fourth tee and put his 200 plus
pounds behind a mighty swing
that drove the ball onto the green
where it stopped about three yards
beyond the cup.
Atlantic Teenage
Baseball League
Meeting Monday
The Atlantic Teenage Base Baseball
ball Baseball League will hold another
meeting at the Margarita
Service Center, Monday eve evening,
ning, evening, October S, starting at 7
o'clock. Officials, toac he,
managers, one parent of each
boy playing m the league and
all persons interested in the
league are urgently requested
to be present.
It was decided at the meet meeting
ing meeting held Thursday evening
that unless keener interest and
one hundred per cent cooper cooperation
ation cooperation is shown by the parents
the League will be forced te
discontinue its operation dur during
ing during the coming year.

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Juan Diaz Wind up
In Top Condition

Walcott's Former Manager
May Sue Rocky For Article
In Saturday Evening Post

NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP)
A fight manager says he may
sue retired heavyweight cham champion
pion champion Rocy Marciano for the
things he said about him in a
magazine article.
Felix Boccniccnio 01 camaen,
New Jersey, says nts attorneys
are studying an article on the
ring career of Marciano written
by the former champion. The
story, in a national magazine
(Saturday Evening post), saia
Rocky was partially blinded for
three rounas miring nis uwe
bout with Jersey Joe Walcott.
The fight took place in Philadel
phia in September, ire, me
article added that capsicum vas vaseline
eline vaseline which burns like a mus mustard
tard mustard plaster was rubbed on
Walcdtt's gloves and shoulders.
Bocchicchlo managed Walcott.,
Bocchicchio said the article
was an "out and out ue ana n
looks like I have grounds for a
suit.",
In other boxing news, the
Wisconsin Athletic Commission
secretary has been renamed
chairman of the Naaionai Box Boxing
ing Boxing Association. He is Fred Sad-
dy
NBA president Floyd Stevens
also said David Ott, Cleveland
Athletic commission chief, will
head a five-man committee. The
committee will work with the
Bureau of Internal Revenue to
establish a procedure whereby
taxes on a boxer's purse would
bt deducted at the time of the
contract.
This would eliminate occur-
Yankees Subdued
In Dressing Room
NIW YORK, Oct. I (UP)
The New York Yankees were
subdued in their dressing room
after yesterday's Series came. .
and manager Casey Stengel did
most of the talking.
Stengel out the blame for the
13-8 loss to the Dodgers on his
nftchers. Casey said "not only
were they wild but they weren't
pitching right" to urooKiyns
big hitters.
That" said Casey "is why
Hodees aot spina so good and
knocked m tnose tour runs, we
didnU pitch right to Duke sni snider
der snider elthtr."
Catcher Yogi Berra grand
slam home run hitter passed
that off, saying, "It wasn't
enough to win the ball game."
He said Tommy Byrne put Sni Snider's
der's Snider's tie-makine home run pitch
fast and low while trying to put
lt over high and insiae. Ana saia
Berra "Both of those hits by
Hodges were on pitches we're not
suPDOsed to eive him... a fast
ball then a fat curve."
First baseman joe Collins was
unhappy about the error on
which he hobbled a grounder by
Sandy Amoros and opened the
door to she tying runs in the
second Inning. Collins said "The
ball popped right out of my
elove. I didn't even know I drop
ned it until I saw it on the
around."
Starting pitcher Don Larsen
shelled out in the second tried
to be cheerful. -'Okay, it's back
home tomorrow.' Larsen said,
and he added. "We ot a great
i wt. r
But
lliaiHC tU W1U Ulia unc JVtl.
hardly anyone listened.

rences like the Joe Louis case

where the former heavyweight
champion owes tne government
some one-million dollars In tax taxes.
es. taxes. Lightweight Oeorgle Araujo,
onre a title contender, said ne
will resume his ring career when
he nets out of tne Army in 1958.
The 25-year-old Araujo is be
ing sent to Germany with the
Army. He entered the service
nin months ago.
President Against
Moving Senators
To Another City
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UP) -President
Eisenhower said yester yesterday
day yesterday he is against any suggestion
to move the Washington Senator's
baseball club to another city.
A reporter asked Mr. Eisenhow
er at his news conference what
his reaction was to reports the
Washington club owners were
thinking about moving the team
to the Pacific Coast. The report
has been branded "absolute non nonsense"
sense" nonsense" by a spokesman for the
club.
The President said, with a smile,
he had not heard of the report.
But he said he could tell report reporters
ers reporters one thing he is against it.
The President noted that he had
gone to Griffith Stadium twice
this season to watch the Senators
play.
He went on opening day to see
the Senators play tke New York
Yankees and a second time sever several
al several weeks ago when the Yankees a a-gain
gain a-gain were here.
The President said that of
course he bas hoped in the past
that the hometown team w e u 1 d
have 1 better team. One that
would stsnd higher in the Ameri
cn League pennant races. Wash
ington nnisned seventh this year
ana last in isss.
Hodges Big Man
In Day Of Heroes
BROOKLYN, Oct. 6 (UP)
Brooklyn had a full quota of he
roes yesterday, but QU Hodges
having a really great Series so
far gets the nod for his three
hits... two doubles and a single
that drove in four runs.
And. on his bis dav. Hodees
naturally recalls the other ex extremethe
tremethe extremethe 1952 Series when,
as he put it to United Press, he
"couldn't buy a hit in 21 times
up."
Right now. Hodges has seven
RBI's for the first two sanies
and is only two away from the
record nine runs batted in set
by Lou Gehrig. Oil said: 'Dpnt
worry about it, because his rec record
ord record probably will stand up." But
plenty of Dodger rooters feel
sure Oil can break it
In any case yesterday, Oil
saia, -Tula was the biggest day
in a Series." His first duoble. in
the fourth Inning, drove in two
runs to break a 7-all tie and
gave the Dodgers the lead for
aeeps. rnac one came on a
curve ball. Oil's double in the
fifth he said came off a sink
er.
Hodges a modest guy and
popular said the only thing
that matters now Is to win two
more ball games. .and the see
ond straight Series over the
Yankees.
NEW CHAMPION Ingermir
Johansson, above, of Sweden,
knocke- out Franco Cavicchi
in Bologna in the 13th round
the European n e a v y-
championshia.

BHHHiHHHrllM
Inrrmar JotiiMMa

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

Clayton Comes From Behind
To Whip Albrook; Unbeaten
Kobbe Scores Sixth Straight

Fort Clayton received a boost
from big center Sam Williams in
the final quarter to take a
come-from-behind victory from
Albrook AFB, 60-5S, Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic evened its series with Na Navy
vy Navy at 1-1 with a last second 60 60-58
58 60-58 thriller and Fort Kobbe waltz waltzed
ed waltzed to its sixth straight, 103-49
over the Tri-Post Troopers, in
the opening games of the sec second
ond second round last Saturday night.
At Clayton, lt was the com combined
bined combined factors of Williams' bril brilliant
liant brilliant play and the limiting of
the Flyers' high-scorirm ace.
Emmett Bryant, to a mere six
points that paved the way Tor
the Cavaliers' second straight
win over the airmen.
Williams hit for 20 points, 13
of them in the fourth quarter to
pull the Cavs out of a 39-37
third period disadvantage. Bry Bry-anlt
anlt Bry-anlt Incurred four quick fouls in
the first quarter and did not
return to the game until the
third, soon after which he foul
ed out. Hounded by Bill Janko
vlch and Dick Bowman, the
league's leading scorer could
muster no more than two jump
shotg and a pair of free throws
and saw his average dip from
26.8 to 23.3.
The Flyers, paced by Mace
Ford and Ron Person, who to totaled
taled totaled 19 for the evening, went
ahead at the half, 29-26, after
Clayton had run up a 16-13 first
period score. The Cavs gained a

BATTING FORM Showing the batting form which earned
him a season batting average of .435. this past season Is Jerry
Berg, from Scappoose, Oregon, a member of the American Le Legion
gion Legion Junior Baseball All-Stars. Jerry plays shortstop for the
legion nine.

Sports Briefs
WHEN IT RAINS
Syracuse (NBA) Syracuses
1855 upset triumphs over the
Army and West Virginia football
teams came when the Orangemen
were grabed in seaai rain panis.
REDUCING EXERCISE
Springfield. Mass. (NEA)
In 1891, when Dr. Jmes Naismith
invented basketball, there were
nine players on a side, then seven
and finally five.
$134,400 WORTH
Rome (NEA)
Italy's Laxio
$134,400 for
soccer team paid
Humberto Tom, star center for forward
ward forward of the Palmeiras team of
Sao Paulo, Brazil. 1

MICKEY ROONEY STAR
OF LATEST "FRANCIS"

"Francis in the Haunted Honse," seventh in the ever ever-popular
popular ever-popular series of comedies about the famous talking mole,
which comes to the Lax finds Mickey Rooney as the new
co-star of the garrulous quadruped. Mickey does not play
the same character as that originated by Donald O'Connor
bnt the character he does play has the same propensity far
getting Into trouble and relies equally en Francis to get
him nf It. Hie leadlnr ladv is oetite Virginia Welles,

making her return to films after an absence of live years, years,-and
and years,-and ether important roles are filled by Paul Cavanagh,
n.iH hiuwn .nd James Flavin. See "FRANCIS IN THE

1

HAUNTED HOUSE" on THURSDAY 11 AT THE LUX.

point during the third and then

orose loose as Williams went to
work.
At Davis, reserve center" Jim
Brown tipped in Hal Terry's at attempted
tempted attempted layup with 10 second to
go to' give the Bushmaster a
two-point victory.
Outstanding on both offense
and defense, Brown connected
ior. a total of 17 points to back
up Tom Tucker's 26 noinbeffort.
Navy's Frank Dpran copped
scoring honors with 28.
Tucker paced the A's with 10
points 4o a 32-26 halftime mar margin
gin margin after a 18-16 first period
deadlock. Navy closed the gap to
one point in the third quarter
and with 1:54 left In the fourth
evened it at 58-58 on Mike Rock's
field goal. The Bushmasters took
possession, froze up for 1:42 and
then Terry drove for his layup.
The ball rolled around the rim
and Brown went up and tapped
it through.
At Kobbe, another high scor scorer,
er, scorer, iLee Straube of the Troopers,
couldn't get going and the Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars ran roughshod over the
hapless cellar dwellers with
their fast break and bftll-hawk-ing
tactics, straube, riding a 25.4
average, hit for only eight
points.
Led by Joe Bellizzi and Ron
Slaymaker, each with 28, the de-.
fending champs built quarter
margins of 25-12, 60-30 and 77-.
32.
STARTING PITCHER Start Starting
ing Starting on the mound tonight for
the VFW-All-Stars when they
play host to the American Le Legion
gion Legion Junior Baseball All-Stars
at Albrook Air Force Base's
Beam Stadium is Lem Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, Cocoli. Game time is 7;- 1
30 p.m.

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SATURDAY,. OCTOBFB 1S5S
prooklyn Won By Replacing Characters With Career Man

ISC PANAMA AMERICAN Alt IKDKPENBRNT DAILY NtWSPAPB

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t

STOUT OUT 'Pants big enough to ftt 300-oound Bill Adams

i couldn't be found. The ones young Adams wore kept splitting ;

in practice ana games. Alter mucn searcmng, a sporting goods 1

agreed to make special pants for the big boy o( I
..High. He's just waiting for them to arrive. M

company

Burton, O

by

JOE WILLIAMS

THE CHAMP ... in deference to the presence of ywMggf;
who, is well as in the interest of national IIMW,' wj
pitch was taboo in today's Series opener And it
pleased the old West Point outfielder to learn that the Ynta
JtoTconducted their campaign on a high-level basis: They
rocketed m to Jack rabbit heaven to break their own home home-rnn
rnn home-rnn record. "Wicked nonsense" that's how Johnny AntonolH
dismisses the horror atory that the Brooks eat left-handers
.ltveThe Giants', lefty beat then, three times this year, in
ti" Polo Grounds, in Kbbets Field and in Jersey City. Omtn Omtn-prtss4
prtss4 Omtn-prtss4 Joe Smith, aterage American dope, shrugged. 'That
just happens to be the way the ball bounces.

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) When,
Charley Dressen demanded a con contract
tract contract for more than ooe year, the!
Brooklyn club switched from er-i
sonalitv boys and characters to!
a careiei manager, Walter Alston.!
The triumvlraie running the
works across the bridges Wal-:
ter O'Mallcy. Einz Bavasi and:
Fresco Thomspson did- thenm:
more sensible and only fair thing.
They brought in the man who in.

the chain had earned the right to
manage the parent outfit.
Immediately up went the cry,
U7kH la A 1.1am '1"

Regardless Of uow successful,
you rarely hear of a minor
league manager outside of the cir circuit
cuit circuit where he master minds. So,
generally speaking, only front of

fice baseball people knew that

Walter Emmons Alston had man managed
aged managed in the minors for 13 years'.

hadn't finished worse than third

iu nine and in the last five, at St.
Paul and Montreal, won three pen pennants
nants pennants and twice finished second.
Befdre and sinct the 18-year

reign of the Falstaffian, Wilbert

Robinson, the Dodgers had been
managed by unusual types. Max

Carey and his dignity lasted two

years. Then came Casey Stengel,

regarded as a down: the swash

buckling' hard guy, Burleigh
Grimes; the flamboyant Leo Du-

rocher and his endless problems:

and Burt Shotton, older than

most.

Alston, the small town Ohio
school teacher, succeeded Gres-

sen. the extremity popular Flat

bush man (boot-town, who had
been beaten by the Giants in the

memorable play-off and won two

straight, the last with 105 visto-

ries.
No pyrotechnics, no humor or at

tempted humor. No more funny
stories. Just a practical baseball

man.

Compounding the scholarly Al

ston s problem was the fact that
he was a major league nobody

managing a band of pennant-win
ning veterans.

"We brought in Walter Alston

to win the World Series, announc

ptl President tVMallev. Nmu nf aatne

the Silent Man's illustrious pre predecessors
decessors predecessors had accomplished that

teat.

ISB
rBgss jt aMissaaassssaaB 1 ABBBBBBBBi
waiter Alston wtKKtE- WKtmmmw WKXmSBmsMmW 91

)

DON'T TRUST 'EM ... as a rule any attempt to use base base-baUemes
baUemes base-baUemes & medium of prophecy wM, like flattery and
Petrol tank, get yo nowhere Ty Cobb was the

VSgSdO.MLl eighth an- fined-and sus

th ttrely ban! too- in tw oi the three World Series he play play-2r
2r play-2r tSL no'and .231. Rogers Hornsby wasn't exactly a sott-

nillhmer either. His season average in 29 was .3o, nis
sTriefmArk 238 Remember Dolf Camilli in '41! led the league
.and RBIs, but the best he could do for the Brooks
In tile Series was 167, no homers, only one run batted in.
San mXi? Another all-time great, yet his Series spread is
pprctaately 115 points below his carper norm. Willie Mays
m led his league in 1954; In the Series he was .286. The
same year Bobby Avtla's .341 led his league and in the Series
he melted to .188.
'
DEPARTMENT OP YOKS ... the thought occurs .that
some of the customers may not know what a waste ball is,
hence the foiloving: Larry Gardner. 4n town for the series.
waT with-the Red Sox when Babe Ruth joined thera s a
Se pitcher. The catcher explained: "Two fingers, a curve-.
TPrmt fingers a fast ball. Open hand, a waste ball. . 'Who
St? M ?'e ulaying filled the bases in the eighth or ninth
inning," recalled Larry. "Babe got two quick strikes on the
next hitter. The catcher called for a waste ball and Babe
X$ed with a fast one that cut the plate. The hitter then
met it squareiy and that was the oall game. Babe insisted
he hid rtereiv followed instructions. . "I put it right where
the guy asked". Right at the hitter's waist."

Alston did If) his s e C on d at

tempt, although a lot of baseball

people will alwpys consider h i s
first effort the best of the three.
Then he ran second, beaten by no
more than five games, despite the
loss of Roy Campanella, out with
a crippled hand; Don Newcombe,
reduced to a 9-8 record; and oth other
er other handicaps.
The Alston-guided Brooks prac practically
tically practically ran away and hid in 1955
after the field marshal, knowing

bis way around now, put Jackie

Robinson in his place, batted Cam

BUSINESS WOMEN'S LEAGUE Casa Yohros 7
Abernathy, Panama Cigarettes Naval Station 6

; accs

remain in first place tif
Monday night saw the Aber Aber-nathv
nathv Aber-nathv kesrlera take two points

from the very weak Salon Alex Conover
team and the Panama Cigar- Brooks
ettes club handed P.A.A. the judge

two notnt loss to again oranam

keen the Diablo Business Worn-: Stroop

en'a League tied up. Mtmi Metz Metz-ger
ger Metz-ger and Marge Rodgera led the
Abernathy team to victory with
nice series of 481 and 475. Eva
Btinson took the honors for Sa Salon
lon Salon Alex with a nice 463.

9
10
12

VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS Members of "A" Battery 764th AAA Bn, winners of the Atlantic
Area unit level volleyoall title, admire the team trophy at ceremonlas held recently in the
Unit. Members of tho Championship Squad are, from left to right: SFC St. Cvr Roger S.,
8p-3 Thomas MahlstaJt, MS Julio De Jesus, Sp-3 Kiyomori Hakabe, 1st Lt. Ronald Smith,
FFC' Francis Schmidt, Sp-3 James Fox, and SFC David McWilliam. Individual trophies were
also presented to the winners.

Terminals
. 145 169

. 150
. 144
. .156
. 135

133
170
170
144

169
111
114
160
176

483

Alston Yankees
Remain Dangerous1
BROOKLYN, Oct. 6-(UP--

(The manager of the Brooklyn
i Dodgers says that the New York
i Yankees remain dangerous even
l though they've'lost the first two
.Series games.

OUT OF DOORS teith

Ltavt Stud Dogs to Experts

hloid-

Del Peters and Lll Ounn led
the Smokers to their win with
531 and 475. Eileen Scott was
high for PA A. with ft 401.

730
31

786
31

Robinson
Johnson
Rinehart
Rudy .

Stepo .

Boyd BMW. copped two from
the Mountain Dew girls and
dropped the latter to tWrd
place, "f he Insurancemen moved bright .
into a three Wfty tie for fourth TityoW .
place. For Boyd Bros. ; MftxJne Ni0rdtrom
rnhnson hit 45ft and Millie Kelly Fri.r

penaea mewcomoe, among wnerwglS tops lor Uie losers wiw DOUgan

4ft.

761 817
Agenda Ram

. 167 148

. 118
. .131
. 134
. 174

138
123
132
167

724 708

things.

The last big move Alston made!

-this year-was keeping Sandy Tn the final match of the eve-

Amoros in left field after the lit- nln M1 nlea Louna earned

S!..c"b?!'..pr;5u," 23i? Place ih the fourth place tie

P J j 2? lTC ,""-..lue by taking the measure of tneiGusst
headed skipper shut his ears tojSL.'i-. n ,, i v rwun Tlw r!.n..
Newcombes second guessing. Chevrole.-B u 1 1 k am Th : DeRaps
.,T... u.j .u ...i l ouneers took two ana losi me Tuiiv

catch a fit" "" second game by only seven pins.jstewart

iThelma camoy oi wo-jmi lis

ai-n-. .,.-, .. ,.. hit her stride and roueo a very

was evident ewlier in the season1 nice 538.followed i by Jean Hume

Powells
. 158 144

. 142
. 127
. 149
. 148
724
58

153
188
168
135
788
58

own him and can use his
line's as nftpn as T

394 1 By JOE STITSON Sure he could- and feed him
428 Walter Alston said "Were In I Def Editer and house him M hi, .n

481 R real fine position now but. J the vel bills. If the results of the
455, remember they had us down! SAM was studing p i d i g e ees first breeding are good, he 11 Drob-

. i after the first two games lasWhen l walked into the little ably want to repeat the combina
730 2246 year and we came back to tie ; den that is lined with pictures option. But if they aren't he's stuck
31 93 ithe Series." Alston called Sni- famous field trial winners. with the upkeep of a dog he'll
der's second inning homer the! "I'm trying to figure if that bigjeither use when he shouldn't just
761 2339key blow in the 13-8 win. Thejlemon and white of Jack Tuttle'si because it belongs to hin or
IDodaer manager explained is the stud to buy for my young he'll have to pay on outside 'stud

469 1 "That drew us even." But Alston ; bite he said. jtee anyway.

451added, 'Don't forget those threel mt way l ngure it, sam con-, uon t torget, too. that keeping

SVO nltS Dy UU HOQgeS. I imucu, is umi he a ui ai.t; aim
4 IS I range to match her birdiness and
507 Dodger captain Pee Wee Reese style."
iwas lust as conservative as Al- "Won't Jack accept a stud fee

808 2240 ston. Reese said "I imagine or take a uppy for a service? I

tney leei tne same way now u hsrcu.

xes, i suppose so, sam oam, uux can stand profitably at

"but I can buy him tor the price sura only if he has proven him-

oi tour or live stud lees and l 11 sen ny one or more imoortantr'

1 J i

uo is suDseaiieii v

154
195
141
152
166

169
161
148
178
145

471
456
463

495

we did when we lost the nrsi
two games last year."

a dog around a home kennel with-

oiicnes in season every now and'
then is pretty tough on the dog
and the owners. The income from
stud services won't ottest the
problems.

A dog can stand profitably
stud only if he has proven I

SMORGASBORD ... this department has been working on
a song and rearets not having finished lt in time for the inau inau-eursJ
eursJ inau-eursJ Tentative title: "When You and I were Young Maglle."
Or The Glacial Epoch Revisited. Next to George and Gracle,
the Yank and the Brooks are about the oldest act In show
business. This makes their sixth big-town showing since '47.
There were Indications of box-office apathy last fall, so the
final scene was rewritten. For the first time fearless Flat Flat-bush
bush Flat-bush Frankle got the dame and the dough. Previously, the
Brooks had not only been unable to beat the Yank, but had
been similarly frustrated by the Red Sox (1916) and the In In-dfrns
dfrns In-dfrns U920I. How s that? Yes, it was the '20 Series that
saw Bill Wambsganns make an unassisted triple play. Tfle
first, and up 4-o now, the last.

when he easily could hsve dis

missed Robinson for that pro
nounced controversial figure's cri
ticism snd popping off. Alston had
a ready-made third baseman
Randy Jackson, but did not per
mit personalities to interfere with

his best judgment.

with 480. For the Chev-Buicjt
team it was Helen Bell and Bet Betty
ty Betty Coleman who were high with
438 and 435.

-

TEAM STANDINGS AFTER 4
WEEKS OF PLAY
-t t-f i-- v
Team Won Lost

Alston saw quickly that Junior
Gilliam, despite an apparent don
K1 a nlni' ft tajAslrnAon m tU

ure ptaj mill ""Micas, was llir w-rtl.-
better all-round man than t h e r.- ;'
Montreal phenomenon. Charley f.'n rlw
Neal. Alston checker-botrded MagilM,untln Diw, L
lie. Campanella, Robinson n dj Chevrolet Bulck ....
others with problems age and d Bros.
.r ... .uT No Mi Tllva Lounee ..

ship club. Pan American Airways 5
Walter Alston made the Bums Salon Alex 2

look serious.
They played that way aid it had
paid off.

Martin

782 846
Police Asan.
. 160 196

. 206
, 153
. i 177
. 147

Jackie Robinson defender!
Brooklyn starter Don Newcombe

428 : who was knocked out in the see-

801 2313 ona inning. Rownson said
58 174i"Tnat choke up tag they hang
-on Don is a bad rap. He didn't
859 2487 choke up today. There Is no dis dis-Igrftce
Igrftce dis-Igrftce in being hit or a homer by
156 512 iogi Berra."

106 457

4
.4
5
6
6
6
'if
10

GUN CLUB
NOTES
' i
BALBOA GUN CLCB NOTF.S

The Balboa Gun Club

hold their 22 pistol club cham-

MARGARITA LEAGUE
Fourth Week

Hicks

Schommer
Reccla .
Klrkendall
St. John

Oesterle
Wallace
Gibson
Brown
Hogan

Miami Of Florida,
George Washington
Win Football Games

NEW YORK, Oct. 8 UP-

Miami's Hurricanes and the
George Washington Colonials
scored a pair of Friday night
victories in major college foot football
ball football games to start the big week

end rolling in areas where Gil
Hodges, Mickey Mantle, and
Duke Snider might as well be
i namfi hiiHeri in a tplenhnn Hi.

rectory,

Out on the pacific Coast In
another big one, U C L A, topped
Oregon fl-0 with a last period
touchdown.
Miami defeated Boston Col College,
lege, College, 27-6 while at Washington,,
Colonials beat Hardin Simmons
of Texas, 13-7.

wins ana 11 iuhunu.t ., -j

'" icgunny. nncn S 00g in SS
costly as He is valuable and- as
expensive as he is in demand. (,.a
If there is a demand for Wi
services, it must be met hv
proper receiving, breedine an,
shipping, facilities, which, in
themselves, are best handled by
experts.

Todo Eneanto- .35

Double In Spanish!
Pedro Infante in
"Pueblo, Canto y Esperansa'
Christian Martel In
"UNA LECCION DE AMOR"

Todav IDEAL .20

Barry Sullivan In
"MIAMI STORY"
Jon Hall In
"HURRICANE ISLAND"

Stienke
Stllson
Hallldav

Terminals- Increased their lead piotrowski
to three points by taking two spinney

games ano toiai piiumi iwm n-
gencia Kam. Kam, jumping into
the lead at the first hftve-drop- j

will psd to third place making way Hoppe

PAST! MILLIONS . both the Yanks and the Brooks had
more than a million In the till before the season began 'way
back In April. More and more people. . not necessarily base

ball fans. . are buvine season tickets

whack at World Series tickets, and ih most cases, a tax de

ducUble item under "entertainment expenses '' Even Warren llce lock pud8 and tnejr

pair. "This thing Is getting more difficult each year," he pro protested.
tested. protested. Mrs. ;oe Smith, wife of the average American dope,
shrugged. "That just happens to be the way the ball bounces."

for the Police and the leaders, juskows k 1

Terminals. Neither team seemed Booth

on their stride, only Terminals Jodice

bowling their average in one;irwe

Diair

l

pionship match Sunday at
a.m. at its Farfan Range.
This match is open to all club

mmhn nf mv amn rlnK tn : nfflt.

This gives them first the Isthmus, all members of U.S. I : V1

Armed Forces, canal Zone Po-! usa xonros anu wngm biv.

de- neia tneir own in we sianaui

pendents 'even though the Yonros men
A set of hand made grips will! took three points from the
be given for high gun High ex- i Plumbers. Wallace of the Yohros
perts, sharpshooters and hlgh!s high In Class C with a 558

marksman will receive a tropny.
In addition the Balboa Club
members will receive $50 In mer

chandise.

CUT OFF PLAYS . contrary to popular belief,-Mickey

Mantle, the Horace Greely of center fielders, Is not the young-.
t-;-.i t... v.- i 41. a- r tin.t I

Count Fleet ana Whirlawav were only 3 yeras old when they i tiui a shote ani At ire 0
won it. Oh. I thought you meant horses. . Manager Alston jhou flreAn? ns?to
told reporters Maglle was a little stiff after last Saturday's lffhJ- 0

.W1V. If til, A llMUn Will liatiuic Lilt .'Ut, WIUVIUU lit

seriM heatlnc Reed out bv on

ly three pins. With Tully back In
i-U 11.. Ua mama. Mnln

able to UKe a single point irorn
Pow1!r. Maybe hia Injury wasn't
n i ...i ... it,.

quive iieaiea ysi. iu iai i. uie
whole team was way off withi

only one man bowling over 500.

The Aces and the Naval Sta-

gaiuc. ncu, ii a icuuw cau uuuuic mc simi Mimciini- it .u... fII The Aces and tne Naval ata-
helps unlax him. Overheard in the lobby of the Union Leamie JLn wU1 tr!n tSh Z the .eiiar and

rillh: "Hnw run vnn av thev an irreat. taamO tji.l vmh""1 "VT"- .. Kv. "j u. wT

On October 13 at 9 a.m

the 1 the Aces ended up on" the bot-

the Yanks needed a veteran of the Spanish-American Wai ?ltr?'r.tr. i,L"lltam .ftr inlnr tW noint. to

iTummvJlvm ti win and this vpar tnaltivP frnm tVi I.lai1"" iu"f route ua obidvs ;r KTT

Begins at Q program
And bah to you, sir.

saved the Brooks. Bah!" Rebuttal:

H. I. STUFF . Alston has two curiously dissimilar hob

btes. (l) he works in wood. (2) he's a pool shark. Don't jump
to conclusions. It doesn't follow that the Brooks boss has ah

Gun Club will have their month

ly match on Police Range.
Football Results

the Navy. Stllson of the Aces

had high Class A series with a
510 and Jodice of the Navv had
high Class B series with a 550.
Incidentally, only five men
bowled over 200 and eight had

tow a 500 series. Not a very

1114 h flrfAn fl .Mri nUkt f.M .nTikM,, T

j .UU1IV.UB ...o iuiumci uiuvu iii ii. in. jn ami, ria. zi, owsion .one(e say. observe bowline etlQUelte.

- u ...uuouw. w aujn im a uun yeais or so ana urorte nasnmeton 13, Maroin- Be reaav to bow when vour
became adent in the art nf wood corvine lUwh nf. th- t ci Z7L- wuc 3 ;

- - 0. , w. .lie A.- owimuiu i usic comes
niture in his Larrtown, Ohio. home, he made himself i Hp run n Tnt. int i

worked his way through college (Miami U. of Ohio) and irtejE! Camlno 21, Harbor JC
of his several lobs was racking up bails In the town pool room. J Nebraska Wesleyan 34, Wayne

uu, u ix Bucciusniy cuuicaies, nusinng lor tne house. Now State 26
tnflT. Km nart ,fln.j n i. i iu I .. ..... ...

I.-.. ,l,u a lUAuiics ues quiu a rumpus room vocational 79, Arkansas Baptist Terminals ........ 13
Jmfl NfLI 1X1 r- "JU t0okeep my nand ln" he: iPoHceASsn. ,...10
2 lA ldea' ln. another 20 r 3 both tne Joplln JC 55, WMA o Agenda Kam .9

"'"J e m a new act. inat even sonwiwestern coilere 7, Ft. Hays Wrtaiit Bros. .... a

juu ivuow. 1 LOllffe o .powelfc.

STANDINGS

Won Lost

3

J7" NEW YORK. Oct. 6 fUP

II .' I -S U1 I

131 171 4491 M

843 728 7E12 2283 1 ' BHB

WrtM Bros. sHfiaBassBa
. 139 165 151 45r. aA HjHk

168 145 177 400, MM A

178 191 186 555 Mm lasBl
145 118 149 472
184 156 132 472 J Bn

i Casa Yohros
. 154 159 159 472
. 168 192 198 558 SIS
19? 117 i-;n ain S Nasi

. inn loo lai tot A pnnp'.ip &
... 170 117 163 45u BsWTa0' B 1

mJSmt 764 2372 I I Stbp INSECT TORMENT S25-
. 191 147 152 490 L 0U- I. K'iOY A

,179 156 141 476 WMmM M W hr.tt t,MiPh On WHOP M

oa i to i Tn ion snAHSASA saiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHarssH ai --mmmw ii ii u i m i J-r-r. vauh

i 1 150 82 Aabr.yL.wU A.lm.l, whan Us.d Dir.ct.d IMjJP

887 774 790 2451 off poorly, bill Aubrey Lewis' I. Iftan mosf high pressure bombs MBgLaff
5 5 12 22 speed is among numerous rea- I At M0t tal Sio' Hsfc
sons why (he Irish are expect- S- f- aft t a
892 779 802 2473. ed to strike bsck ln big- games.
fAews 0 The llr k d a7c7c1

4t YMmWmw i

WJB wvlUIICl f ill

m Am ww

II 1. S100.00 2-Wfinnn T $i?onn i

ww r w i

m (ACCUMi LATE D I (.M ( l.VIl LATEIJ)

ISJ BT !. iniim i i inn v oion rf I VCvll nil
P was the lucky winner of sent. 3Mb 1 O tcif . JOU.UU

ST m

Mrs. Teofila Figueroa from Colon
was the lucky winner of $ept. 30th

prize oi uv.vu.

happened to Weber and Fields

L

Total . $580.00

and all products ol "VINICOIA AND DESTILERIA CENTRAL"

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INSURANCE
(ALL KINDS)
JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
Write Bex L. Balboa. C.Z.
e
Hour 8 to H. 1:80 to S
Saturday 9 a.m. to noon
After hours Pan 3-7050
,
Educational, life.
Automobile. Fire, etc

CANAL ION1 POLICLINIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
DR. C 1 FAIRI6A. D.D.S.

Tel. a-aoii

TRANSPORTES BAXTER. 3. A.
Packara Shipper- Movant
Phontt 2 MSI 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 4 Jumping Claiiaa daily
3 to 5 a.m. Pherna 2-2451

or by appointment.

HI-FI RECORDS
classic, popular and jaa
AGENOAS DIAZ
31 Street Ne. -A Tel. 3-1596
Open until 7:00 p.m.

Hitchcock Thriller
'From Among Dead'
To Slar J. Stewart
.ie i tTMkAni.lr hoe announced

Aiirea uam "-- -
that he; has signed James Stewart i
'i. t,u maooVir new thriller. 1

"From Amongst the Dead," sched scheduled
uled scheduled tor November production at
Paramount.

Hitchcock also announced that!
the eminent playwright. Maxwell I

Anderson, nas Deen signeu i u
the screenplay, and is currently at
work on the script in Stamford.
r'AAn.Atixnt Witrhrnrk who Will

wuimubuh F
produce and direct, is in Stamford)
conferring daily with Anderson on

the scenario.
A pulie-poundlng Frarrch mys mystery
tery mystery drama, written by Pierre
Beileau and Thomas Narcejo,
and published originally under
the title of "D'onlre Its Morts,"
the new Hitchcock picture as assigns
signs assigns Stewart to play the part of
an ex police inspector
With overtones of reincarnation,
Stewart shadows the wife of a
frinr! whn la a suicidal neurotic.

After falling in love with her, she

apparently kills herself only to re reappear
appear reappear several years later and
convincingly claim she is another
person. As usual in the Hitchcock
manner, the story has a surpris surprising
ing surprising climax.
Stewart recently co-starred with
Doris Day in Hitchcock's "The
Man Who Knew Too Much." which
is currently playing throughout the
country. Earlier, he appeared with
Grace Kellv in Hitchcock's mem memorable
orable memorable thriller, "Rear Window,"
Both were Paramount films.
Hitchcock will return to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood next month to begin preoa preoa-ration
ration preoa-ration of "From Amongst t h e
Dead" at Paramount.

Apartments

ATTENTION, G. I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedroom!,
room!, bedroom!, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
Ne. 27, Apartment No. A.

FOR SALE

Household

FOR SALE: Bar, and table, 2
chain ( solid mahogany); 2 sol solid
id solid brass chain, ,6x9 Chines rag,
complete double bed. Everything
excellent and good shape. Call
Balboa 2675; 571 1 -B, Diablo.

Automobile
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible, 3 new" tires, new
battery. Best otter over $375.
House' 5064-A, rjeit Diablo
Clubhouse Phina Bel. 2578.

FOR RENT: Furniahtd apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisco, -beside
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary. Via Porras
120. Phone 3-5024.

FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with largo dining and liv living
ing living room, kitchen with ttovo and
heater. El Cangrtjo. Phono 3-

FOR RENTNew. screened. 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom apartment, 2 hatha,
kitchen, living dining room,
porch, garage, independent
maid's room, bath and laundry
porch, hot water installation,
$130. Near Santuario Nacional.
Available October 15. Phone 2 2-0481
0481 2-0481 office houn.

FOR SALE: Two sections of
wooden latticed fence, suitable
for installation undo living
quarters. Reasonable. 534 1 -D
Diablo. Phone 2-1802.

FOR SALE: 2 1 -inch 1953 Hal Hal-licrafter
licrafter Hal-licrafter TV set, recently recon reconditioned
ditioned reconditioned at Curundu Radio Shop
$125. Call Albrook 7144 be between
tween between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. or
5208 nights or week-end

FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, hot water, maid's
room, garage. Call Phone 2-1958
or 3-6886.

FOR SALE: 8-pc bamboo fur furniture
niture furniture let: I settee, 2 chain, 2
lamps, 1 Buddha lamp 20 inch inches,
es, inches, one 6-way floor lamp, 2 has hassocks
socks hassocks $15; one studio desk; Chi Chinese
nese Chinese carved, 5 drawers with
chair, practically new $80; 7 7-piece
piece 7-piece Simmons steel twin bed bedroom
room bedroom suite with foam rubber
mattress $175. Also miscellane miscellaneous
ous miscellaneous household appliances. Pleas
call Balboa 1717 or may be seen
at house 6348 Medrinal Street,
Los Rios, Bal.

FOR RENT: 2-bedreom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, hot water.
Jutto Arosemena Ave. and 43rd
Street No. 21.

FOR RENT: Apartment in tho
best residential section: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, 2
bathrooms, kitchen, maid's room,
hot water installation. Modern.
Across the street from La Salle
College (Cangrejo). Phono 3-

FOR RENT: Furnished, com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartment. North Amer American
ican American neighbors. Regular transpor transportation
tation transportation $50 Phone 3-0471.

FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apa rt m a n t s.
A L H A M B RA APARTMENTS
10th Street No. 8061. Phone
1386, Cote

FOR WflNT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on Jose G. Duquo Avenue
No. J2, La Crosta. To responsi responsible,
ble, responsible, serious "and decent person.
Consist of: bedroom, spare room,
bathroom, living dining room,
perch, kitchen and garage.
Maid's room and bath downstairs

FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Excellent location.
Near all bus stops. 43rd Street
o. 13.

FOR SALE: 9 pieces bleached
mahogany dining room suite,
brand new; outdoor furniture,
odds-ends. Leaving country.
Must sell. No. 45 9th Street, San
Francisco de la Caleta.
FOR SALE: leaving! anama.
Washing machine, clothes dryer,
deep freexe, gas stove, refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, sewing machine, furniture
and other household items. All
in excellent condition. Via Espa Espa-na
na Espa-na II2A Phone 3-6526

FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-l
Mainline Fordor, good condition,
1 8,000 miles by original owner.
Phone Balboa 1789.

FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth
Club Coupe, A-l condition, now
tires and brakes. Best, offer. 3 3-3213
3213 3-3213 Margarita.

FOR SALE: 1 956 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Station Wagon deluxe, e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped with powerqlide trans transmission,
mission, transmission, etc. New. Need trade trade-in
in trade-in and cash. Phone Balboa 2 2-1515
1515 2-1515 FOR SALE: 1941 Ford. Looks
aed runs good. First $75 goto it.
0777-L, Williamson Place, Balboa.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 203I.ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8.
perfect condition, one owner
$400; I mahogany china closet
540 Barlow, house 4510 Diablo.
Call after 3 p.m. Phono 2-3209.

FOR SALE: Aquariums, pump,
motor, filters and large assort assortment
ment assortment of tropical fish. Also trop tropical
ical tropical plants. House 1 542-A, Man Mango
go Mango Street, Balboa.

RESORTS

PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1177, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.

T

FOR RENT
Kooms

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beech house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
. the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
you.

K" ."NTj-lndopo-dent raom.
kitchen, bathroom and porch
1863 N .'. Phone 3-
iteal" Estate

BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapncl'i comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.

FOR SALE: Large) comfortable
House on mam street Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, 150' yards from beach' with
Weeping room for 8-10 persons.
a? ocn" Mni oPProximately
3000 meters of land Identify
house by sign VILLA CHUSKA.
Phone Panama 3-0451

FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
6-210 Fordor Sedan. House
124-B, Gamboa. Call 6-170

FOR SALE: Household equip equip-ment.
ment. equip-ment. miscellaneous. Phone 4320
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Late model West West-mghouse
mghouse West-mghouse combination 21" TV,
with radio and 3-spaed record
player, beautiful blonde mahog mahogany
any mahogany console, excellent condition,
excellent reception. Must be
seen to be appreciated. Original
cost $620. Will .aerifie, f
$350. Phone Albrook 86-7102.

FOR SALE: Best buy hi town,
1951 Nash Rambler kmwAt

This car has radio, many other ex

tras including new 2-tone paint
Job Price $575. Also duty paid
1949 Packard 4 door sedan Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Price $475.
Can be financed. Phone Balboa
1717 any time Saturday and
Sunday.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Coun Country
try Country Sedan Station Wagon, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Phone 3-6526.

FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, excellent condition,
6-cylinder Belvedere. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4474.

FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
(76) Club Coupe. Very good
condition. Panama 3-4050.

Wanted to Buy

WANTED: 30-48' band saw,
24 electric planer, 1$ to 20'
electric joiner. Phon. 3-4718
, ;

Vigilance Of Presi Is Key
To Protection of Writings

FOR RENT: Apartment In Vis Vista
ta Vista Hermoia, Francisco Filos St
No. 27. Phone 3-3589.

SAN FRANCSCO, Oct. 7 (UP)
Only vigilance will Dreserve

freedom of tne press in tne face

ot government inreats of control,

frank H. Bartholomew, president

of United Press, said here &T?TS
UieIUV of lis. Thic hoina aii

situation which might some day
serve as the spark for another
war. The last war taught us that
an event in any obscure spot of

iiie'siooe may nave repercussions

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MINIMUM
FOR
12 WORDS

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 E.
No. 2-241, Bell. Vista. Phone
3-5351. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors

Churchill Kin Out

Of Mental Hospital

RIVERHEAD, N. y., OCT
( UP)A State, Supreme' Court jus-

ute reaay ordered the release ofj

nl '7.,, S0Claie George King
Churchill a distant relative of
Winston Churchill, from a mental
institution.
Supreme Court Justice. D. Or Or-mond
mond Or-mond Ritchie said rhnrrhill n

peared "perfectly rational and
sane" at a hearintr Sent M

Churchill, 60, a former member

or the New York Curb Exchange,
charged he was "railroaded" into
Central Islip State Hospital by
his brother, Harold, In a feud over
the 10 million dollar estate left
by their 88-year-old mother.

FOR SALE: Kholer light plant
110 v. 2 k.w., A-l condition.
39th Street, Bldg. 414, Bella
Vista.
FOrTsaLE: 1956 Evinrude 3o7
hp. Kariger. Phono 2-3171.
6428 Los Rios, evenings.

Buffet Supper
To Be Given
For Bocas Deputy

A buffet supper will be given
next Friday night at Club Tropi Tropical
cal Tropical in honor of Assemblyman Gui Gui-Uermo
Uermo Gui-Uermo Brown, of Bocas del Tore
province.
The testimonial rlinnxr-nrnm-aM

. '(' I" I
is being sponsored by members o
the Bocas Colony here.
Peliciano Hansel!, in charge ot
orronnamnn(r

sail gc.ua
The quota Is $2 .per person.

NEW CHINESE CUSTOM-New addiction being acquired
seriously in Hong Kong is an import rock 'n' roll. Diamond
Koo and his partner, Doris Wang, go through the gyrations
which brought them second honors in the British Crown
Colony's first rock 'n' roll contest.
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Bartholomew addressed t h e! Ci-T' k"! "8-!"Lu 0 ou.r

nnrlnprn ( a.ifm-ni. nf...!! access 10 HHOW1-

chapter of ita'pro Xe t SK

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lessional journalistic fraternity

! He caaed a free flow of news one
of the best preventives of war
i threats!
"When an adequate history of
international news gathering is
j written," Bartholomew said, "I
think it will be-fair to state that
the principle of open competition,
as against the idea of monopo monopolism
lism monopolism spheres breeding bias and

where in the world. Any spot that
cuts itself off from the flow of
world news in these davs heenmoc

an object of suspicion, and fairly
so.

SECURITIES IN PANAMA

Quotations by
ARIA, MATUSSI ASSOC1 ATFS
Bid Ask
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ftanet liduelarto 17
Blokmlgoo 10
Cesnento Panami 11 75 50
Cervecerte Nadonal .... as
Chlrlcana de Lecbo .... 11
Cloyetf 41
Coca Cola I SO
Cuentaa Osnerdale
Pret. frith Com. ..... ISS
Beatiladore Na clonal .... 414
financier IstmeAa
Pref. with Com. 104
Mnanzaa, & A.
Pret with Com ...... its
Puerza y UroPreL ... 47 11
Fuerza y Lua Com. ...SO
Hotel e toteramerlcanee. SS4
General de Segnroa .... U
Panaraefta de Aeeitee ... SO
Panamefia de Plbrae ... B
Panamefia de Segurea .. IS tl
Panamefta de Tabeco .10 I1 12
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"While the second world war
shattered the pattern of the old
international news cartel, events
since then have shown that the
desire by governmens to control
tho flnw nl ..,.- ,:ir 1-

distortion in the news was IttvfjM tfh .SI u1
other signal contribution by this ."l f""

country to the development of tbet,at. nf a MiHrTiV
rnnrent nf freedom of the nress i J "dle Eastern country
concept oi ireeaom oi me press. minn rjn teH N.iin... k.

"But the campaign is not over. freed m nf UuSSZ He w
Some governments today a r et ,,!. it j --?

Ike Has 2 Sore
Digits In Wraps

WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UP) -President
Eisenhower showed up
at his news conference today with
bandaids on two fingers. White
House nre perptarv lam.e r

Hagerty reported that the Presil

dent had told him the skin beside
the two fingernails one on each

hand was sore.

Bee Man's Friend;
Man Informs The Bee

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frightened, not sure of themselves.
When a government is not sure of

: itself, one of its first impulses is

In rear-h fnr enntrnl of the nress . f auu

to klep that fact from beaming100' mai ne prob WM

evident to us people.
"I think it is important for
i i- i. i ,i.

eacn oi us to oe aware oi uie -j.f ,
need of a maximum free flow of .! ?alZ wher? PeoPle

he said, 'is a luxury my country
cannot afford.' I had to concede
his honesty and I have to agree,

right.

"Freedom of the ,press is a lux-

news throughout the world and to
realize that this is one of the best

preventives against a festering

l,'viB
ing room, bedroom, y,,, Blrfc
Pee. kitchen $50. La Pra Pra-fra
fra Pra-fra settlement, Saban... f,ti(1

f?rni,n.dNT:-
turnnhed apartment, living room
ning room, 2 bedroom, tov,
rctria.tr. i.. r.

t. arreet No. 64.

Old Britich riZ

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Keveoled An

"VIA
Of Counterfeiter

JURMTNGHAM England. Oct 6
a nilenf fc 5m deeided today hat
inPi tl nd buried

,." """""Siiam suburb were

year 1812. """"eicing the

Booth He wii h.nfl j w'"lm
vived, and ,w h" I"i .d2w;n-

hours fater. "gam lWS

LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMEB1CA
Canal Zone
l nlted Stales District Court Pot The
District of The Canal Zone
.. Balboa Division
Francisco Gablno, et al, Libelants, vs.
M V Guayaa and Compania Cornercial
Naviera, S.A.. Respondents. AcUon for
Seamen's Wages, III Admiralty, No. 4313
Marshal's Notice.

respect their form of government

and, in doing so, respect them

selves. For at the end, freedom of

tne press does not rest on the

Beneficence Of any government
but on the vigilant concern of the

people whom it serves.

In Customer Quality
In Customer Quanity

Whereas a libel that been, filed In the

District Court of Hie United States for
tbe Canal Zone at Ancon on the 2nd
day of October, 1956, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
fifty-six by Francisco Gabino. on his

own behalf and on behalf of the mem

bers of the crew of the M.V. Guaya;
against the Cnmpaftia Naviera. S A. and

against the proceeds of the sale of tho
-aid M.V. Guayas for. wages due in a
cause civil and maritime, and praying
the usual process and monition of the
said crew in that behalf to be made,
and that all persons Interested In the
said proceeds of said sale now In the
Registry of this court may be, cited in
general and special to answer the ore-

mises and all proceedings had that the' annrnnristinnc

Notice la hereby given to all persons
having claim against the said M.V. Gua Guayas
yas Guayas or against the proceeds of the sale
of said vessel now in the Registry of
this court, that they be and appear be before
fore before the sold court to be held in and
for the District Court et Ancon. Canal
Zone on tbe 23rd day of October, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon, then and
there to Interpose any claim for the
same and to make their allegations in
that behalf.

Joseph I. Ktncald
United Slates Marshal
Ancon. Canal Zone

October 4. 19SS

PHILADELPHIA (UP)
Possession of a charge account
increases readership of a store's
advertising on an average of 20

per cent, the A. J. Wood & Co-

marketing research firm rehort-

ed.

The firm said a research study
of the organization conducted for
stores In the eastern, midwest midwest-em
em midwest-em and southern sections of the
country found that charge ac accounts
counts accounts coulr1 increase the effec effectiveness
tiveness effectiveness of a firms admertising
without any corresponding rise in

By aggressively adding new
charge customers, a store auto automatically
matically automatically increases the reader-!
ship and impact of its advertis-1
The s tudy also showed that
ing,'' the company said.

La

PROSSER, Wash. -(UP) -Farmer
George O'Brien says tiny

n i kali bees that live in the ground
on his Columbia Basin farm are

.vorth $23,000 to him.
He has even spent several hun-

drc. Dollars to protect the little
bees from birds and skunks by

building wire baskets over the

patch of ground in which the bees
make their home.

O'Brien raises alfalfa seed tnrl

says his tiny friends help him do
a better job by pollinating the al alfalfa.
falfa. alfalfa. He says the alkali bees are
faster and more efficient that or

fdinary bees because they are

smaller.
t
Thanks in great part to his
bees, O'Brien gets an average
yield of about a thousand pounds
of alfalfa seed per acre.
WHurtAsBus
In Lima Plunges
Down Chasm

LIMA, Peru, Oct. 6 (UP) Eight
persons were killed and 18 others
were injured seriously today when
a bus plunged down a 300-foot
chasm near Huancayo.

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE Malcplmn H. Manwiiier
(left), who works for the Quartermaster office at Corozal, wag
presented with a Certificate for official recognition and ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for outstanding performance during the period Jf
July 1, 1955 through June 30, 1956, by Col. W. R. Seymour, QM
Officer, USARCARIB, in behalf of Mai. Gen. Thomas L. Har Har-.rold,
.rold, Har-.rold, Commanding General, USARCARIB.-

LA IMP0RTAD0RA

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JLLLLIH

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Calle H No. 11-53

Telefono 2-1483

Invites her distinguished customers to see
the largest assorted upholstery material just

r arrived in the latest styles and modern colors.

Our prices are recognized as the lowest in
the upholstery market. Come in and visit us

just across the Auto Service.

! Proctor for Libelants.

The study also showed that
charge customers go to stores af af-most
most af-most twice as often 1.9 to 1, to
bo cxart for solettiing they saw
advertised in the newspaper as

ustomers who read the same

SHE WAS SO'RIGHT-Ae-tress
Zsa Zsa Gabor, com commenting
menting commenting recently on a gown
she was to wear for a Las
Vegas, Nev., night-club en engagement,
gagement, engagement, said: "Valt until you
see my gown next to nussing."
Camera captures the minimal
creation, above, valued at
$17,000. It's of pale peach peach-colored
colored peach-colored chiffon, topped with a
frosting of simulated diamonds.

DR. A. RAYMOND,
MEDICAL & SURGICAL CLINIC
Tivoli Ave, No. 18-106. By appointment.
Phone: Office 2-2575, Res. 3-3742.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER C, M5I

fHE STORY Of MARTHA WAT

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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f gypf To Seefc Russon Help
To Form Insurance Company

CAIRO, Oct. 6 tUP) Egyjit
will ask Russia's help to form a
new maritime insurance company
that will undercut Llovds of Lon

don rates for shipping through

the Suez Canal. Foreign Ministry
sources saW today.
Lloyds raised i t s .insurance

rates following Egypt's nationali

ration of the canai jury

same time provide a face-saving

way out lor-otners.

Girl Hacks Aunt

To Death Over $5

26. UfLl.e AIIiuhA

The source said an Egyptian TTCCKIT AIIUWQIIVC

nvii i(hv would insure canal

cargoes for less and thus reduce! OAKLAND, Calif., Oct. 6 (UP)

the cost of canai transit. x slender 1Z -year -oitf scnooi-:
He said six Egyptian experts girJ hacked her aunt to death with
will leave for Moscow soon to dis-an axe an( two kitchen knives i

cuss ine prorecicu uHupwi yesterday rauier iun
k- TlnlAn Mo aairl it wnillri i. ... -u. I t km mm uiaaklv allm;

be 51 per cent capitalized by ance but she couldn't go through
Egypt. wi.h plans to ambush her uncle.
The plan as outlined would call p0ij,,e tt& tne girl, Patricia
for "financial participation of the .Corcoran, of Mitchell, S. D. came

eastern owe cuuuuws, 0 jlve wim ner reiauves, at auu

Mrs. Guy Bunco, several months

ago

sign of Egypt's veering from West
itqci in iti urnnomic relations

k- knninnino nf thp SllP7

suite uic Mcaj" - i
crisis. Patricia told authorities she V-
tended seventh grade at Bret
t j:...i.i, tmm Kaw nihl said: Hart i .Tnninr Hifih School vester-

India's roving peacemaker, V. K. day and went to catechism class

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Dory Takes a Stroll

jtoOO TV

Krishna Menon, left tonight for
Cairo and the United Nations. He

.c raMi-tari parrvins a new Suez

nlan. on it on the living room

nininmatlr uiurces here said I waithins for her aunt to

Krishna Menon would propose an) from work.
'amended'' plan to President Ga-i Mr. Bunch, then arrived home

mal Abdel Nasser and then take frum her clerk's job at the Oak

c at St. jariam s itoman itnu itnu-Uc
Uc itnu-Uc Church. She then went home,
tool a short- handle axe and sat

coucn
return

it to the United Nations. Details

were not disclosed

land Naval Supply Center and

pxchaneed "hi" greetings with

4 Patricia. She then asked the girl

At a press conference in Buda-jwhat she did with tne weeniy

pest, Hungary waay, cgypu"
Undersecretary of State Hussein

Falwu saw suggestions iur suiy

. ih Quot rrisis already nut

forth by Krishna Menon could be

a "basis for further taiu.
In Cairo, Khalek Hassouna, sec secretary
retary secretary general of the Arab
League, said there was some hope

If iTT.lTM r-wstabbed the-woman jjrfch jjrfch-would
would jjrfch-would find a solution "which er knife until it bent and then
wuW aatlsfy Egypt and at the, again with a bread knife.'

allnuuiu her uncle cave her

A few minutes later the aunt
walked Into the living room and
the girl swung the axe, hitting
Mrs. Bunce on the left side of t!te
head.
Auntie didn't say a word after
tht first time I hit her," polica
m 1 Al.

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Eisenhower Against Senators Moving
Read story on page 6

AN

Manama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe' Abraham Lincoln.

31st YEAR

Army Unveils 9 New Weapons;
; Darts, Two Johns, Vulcan Stars

Army Ordnance
last Thursday
demonstrated nine new weapons,
never before shown to me genei genei-al
al genei-al public, at Aberdeen Proving
Ground in Maryland before an au audience
dience audience of several thousand mem members
bers members of the American Ordnance
Association as part of the associa association's
tion's association's 38th annual meeting.
Notable among tha weapons
shown were several of wo Ar Army's
my's Army's big missiles, including the
Honest John rocket, its little
brother, tho Little John rocket
and tho anti-tank guided missile
Other missiles shown but not fir fired
ed fired were Redstone, which is also a
test vehicle for the future inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental rocket Ullistic missile;
the Jupiter; Nike I; and Corpor-
Among mare conventional
weapons shown were an improv improved
ed improved machine gun to take th-a
place- of several older typos,
throe now aircraft machina guns
of 10mm and 30mm sixo; a new
175mm guns with superior mobi mobility;
lity; mobility; a now mortar, and an im improved
proved improved version of tho powerful
M48 tank.
The American Ordnance Asso Association,
ciation, Association, with a membership of of officers
ficers officers and civilians of the De Defense
fense Defense Department, scientists, and
a preponderance of industrialists
concerned with military produc production
tion production was treated to a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of practically the entire range
of Ordnance items.
Such a display of weapons and
their capabilities, which the asso association
ciation association witnesses at Aberdeen ev every
ery every three years, provides orienta orientation
tion orientation iui jisskk the members in
iiwir consideration of Army Ord
nance problems.
Tho particular Horns whown to
tho public for tho first time in include:
clude: include: tho 7.42 machine gun. Ti Till
ll Till E3, a lightweight general pur purpose
pose purpose machine gun developed to
replace all throe of tho present
U.S. Army .30 caliber machine
guns. The gun can be fired from
tho shoulder, from tho hip, from
the bipod or from o newly devel developed
oped developed aluminum tripod mount. It
it chambered for tho standard
NATO cartridge.
The development of this gun is
the result of the joint efforts of the
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and
two commercial contractor? the
Inland Division of General Motors
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio, n n d
the Bridge Tool and Die Works,
Philadelphia, Pa.
The 20mm aircraft machine gun
(revolver) M39 is a relatively
lightweight, electrically fired, gas
operated gun. It fires an explosive
projectile with greater rapirtny
and higher muzzle velocity than
the 1200 rounds a minute of the .50
caliber machine gun.
Tho gun weighs -approximate
Displays, Lectures
To Feature Fire
Prevention Week
Five prevention Week will be
observed by the Canal Zone Fire
Division on both sides of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus with displays, demonstrations
lectures and special fire preven prevention
tion prevention films to be shown in the Canal
Zone communiets will be open to
the public for inspection all week.
Sparky, the Balboa fire station
mascot, as usual will be the star
mt the chnw nn the Pacific Side.
Plans have been maae i f
Sparky to make a public appear
ance eacn aiiernoun uum
S o'clock, Monday througn rr nay
under the mrquee of the Balboa
Theater, where he will sit on the
platform of a pick- up truck. A
notorious publicity hound. Sparky
will be kept in line by a fireman
from the Balboa station.

Several other live prevention,
week events being arranged for
the Balboa Theater .are a P Poitlfr TOUT GrOntS
of fire fighting equipment in tne
STaSi To RP
conjunction with the jEmpoye Qf ,AA
On Monday, Wednesday, andi v.
Friday, three minute talks oq firej An; e. Beliz. who has been in
prevention will be given by a charge of the public relations de de-member
member de-member of the Fire Division. Ipartment of the Institute of Inter,

uuring we iu a. m. manner on)
Saturday

ucioner 13, tiremenithe Point rour

will give a special demonstration

on tne Baiooa theater stage ot tneied States.

type of first aid giv m prior to the
arrival of a resuscitator at the
scene of an accident. The resusci resuscitator
tator resuscitator itself then will be brought
in and demonstrated.
On the Atlantic side, a number
ot events are being planned such
as lectures in the Canal Zone
schools, displays and demonslra
lions. I

INDEPENDENT xV fjfcX

csSY l

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1956

ly 170 pounds. It throws a shell
which bursts after penetrating I
the target. Its high firing rate is
made possible by the five-cham-ber
revolver cylinder which
moves ammunition through the
feeding, firing and extracting
phases at a greater rate than a
reciprocating bolt type mecha mechanism
nism mechanism does. This weapon was
developed by Army Ordnance
for tho U.S. Air Force in coo cooperation
peration cooperation with Ford Motor Com Company,
pany, Company, Armour Research Founda Foundation
tion Foundation and Pontiac Motor Division
of General Motors.
The 30mm gun automatic T182
is a revolver-type weapon develop
ed by Army ordnance in cooper
ation with Oldsmobile Division,
General Motors, and Fort Motor
Company, to meet an Air Force
requirement. It has a high rate of
fire and is generally similar in de
sign to the 20mm revolver sun M
39.
The 20mm gun, T171 (Vulcan)
was shown to the press on Aug.
28 and is being shown to the gen
eral public for the first time. It is
specifically designed for the pres present
ent present supersonic jet aircraft. The
new weapon was developed by
General Electric's Aeronautic and
Ordnance Department under the
sponsorship of the U.S. Army Ord
nance, the gun has borrowed
features from the original Gatling
gun, patented in 1862. It has a rot rotating
ating rotating multi-barreled cluster. It is
externally powered by either elec
tricity or hydraulic fluid.
The 175mm gun, T-45, represents
the newest and one of the most
versatile in field artillery pieces.
In it was incorporated battlefield
capabilities In many respects su superior
perior superior to the combined features of
the 155mm gun, the 8-ineh howit howitzer,
zer, howitzer, and the 8-inch gun.
It is superior to all of these
World War II weapons by its abi ability
lity ability to fire in a complete circle
and to occupy its firing position
more quickly and with no need to
dig recoil and spade pits. The gun
has hydraulic electric power (nev (never
er (never before utilized on towed car
riages with the exception of the
280mm atomic weapon )t o reduce
the work of the gun crew and to
speed up firing operations.
New sights which read directly
in numbers instead of microme micrometer
ter micrometer scales add to the speed and ac accuracy
curacy accuracy of fire control. This gun
Was developed by Franklin Insti Institute
tute Institute of Philadelphia, Pa.; Water Water-town
town Water-town Arsenal and Watervliet Ar
senal.
The 105mm mortar, T33E3, is a
smooth bore weapon having great
range and improved accuracy over
the preceding models. This wea-
nnn wit nAI-mit rrpaltr tpnuor..
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without re-emnlscemenl nrf I.

though lighter in weight, offers! Therewere a few cheers, but
imporved stability a n d rugged-' more boos.
After several attempts at talk talk-The
The talk-The 105mm mortar, in the field n8. Stevenson finally got sl sl-artillery
artillery sl-artillery role, will supplement the mc ? appeal that the
light howitzer by providing anjcrowd ulet down-

initial volume of area fire. The
capability of the light howitzer u
nit will be augmented by the pro provision
vision provision of very high angle fire to
reach over obstacles and by the
immediate response possible by
close association of this weapon
with the supported unit.
It was developed by he Water Watervliet
vliet Watervliet Arsenal.
The 90mm gun, tank, M48E1, is
a medium tank equippped with a
highly effective control equipment
which permits maintaining the 90
mm gun 0n target and firing while
rne ianx is in monon. it is armed
with the 90mm gun and two .50
caliber machine guns. The tank
powered by an 810 horsepower
Ordnance-Continental air cooled I
engine.
Its 28-inch (widtl ) track, plus
the powerful engine and a versa-
American Anairs nere, was re
centlv granted a
scholarship
organization
further his knowledge in the Unit
The Panamanian technician de departed
parted departed this week for Washington
D. C. where he will be briefed be before
fore before enrolling at the University
of Indiana. At Indiana. Beliz will
take a specialized cour" on audio
visual technique
The course will take appro.xi ;
lniately a year after which
is due to return to Panama,
Beliz

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tile, rugged transmission, gives
the vehicle excellent mobility and
a maximum speed in excess oi ju
miles an hour. Chrysler Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation is producing the tank.
Guided missile. Dart, is a sim simple
ple simple but effective anti-tank mis missile.
sile. missile. Inherent in tho design is a
hig probobility that a single It
high probability that a single hit
would destroy a heavily armored
tank. This weapon system will

Ike Says Stevenson's H-Bomb
Proposals Creating Confusion'

Yale Crowdy
Boos Adlai
During Talk
PROVIDENCE. R.I., Oct. 6
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson hit the
road to bid for New England
votes yesterday on the heels of
the first tomato-throwing inci
dent of his 1956 campaign.
The Democratic Presidential
candidate mapped a motorcade
through Rhode Island and Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts after a one-night
stand in Connecticut which al almost
most almost turned into a giant "We
Like Ike" demonstration.
Stevenson opened his current
New England swing last night by
taking a train from New York
to New Haven, Conn., where he
delivered a speech at Yale Uni University.
versity. University. Chants of "We Like Ike"
greeted the candidate when his
motorcade reached the campus.
There were booes and cries of
"Go Back to Princeton," a ref reference
erence reference to Stevenson's alma ma mater
ter mater and Yale's bitter rival.
After he spoke to a sympathe sympathetic
tic sympathetic audience of more than 2800
in Woolsey Hall, Stevenson
walked out to the steps of the
hall's rotunda to talk to the
crowd of several thousand chant chanting
ing chanting students and townspeople.
"Surely students at Yale don't
need a lefsson In manners from
a Prlncetonian," Stevenson told
: .
"0 CTOWG.
Queen Is Winner
C.ottxnn A I imnnu
BEIRUT, Lebanon Oct. 6 (I, 1
Former Queen Narnman of
Egypt has won $150 a month ali-
mony from her second husband,
Dr. Adhim el Nakib of Egypt, it
was disclosed today. Narnman
who was divorced by ex King
Farouk, was reported unhappy
because Nakib married another
wunimi in i airu, even inmign mis
permuted under Moslem law.

Are 'Andrea Doria' Logs Really Missing?;

That's Issue Injected Into Blame Trial

NEW YORK Oct, 6. (UP)-i
An attorney for the Swedish-Ame-'
rican line hinted tfariay he was not,
satisfied that logs of the sunken
Andrea Dorla are missing and
will oress this line of questioning
when he cross- examines Captain
Piero Calamai on Monday.
Charles S. Haight, counsel for;

operators ot tne siocxnoim, as-1 produce it.
serted yesterday there was a pos- .. Calamai, 51, testifying yoster yoster-sibility
sibility yoster-sibility that the records were day on the 13th day of a pro pro-saved
saved pro-saved when the Italian luxury lin- trial hearing to fix responsibi

er sank off Nantucket last July 24
after colliding with the Swedish
steamer.'
Haight said he was wondering
if the- logs are being withheld be
-ause thev may "confirm what
mr records show." The Swedish-1
mcrican line claims the Andrea
IJOXia h
hslon
as responsible lor the col

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FIVE CENTS
bo employed by infantry or ar
mored combat units.
The missile is approximately
five feet long with a configuration
characterized by fins crossing its
waistline.
Dart is propelled by a rocket
motor containing smokeless pro
peliant. The missile is sufficiently
manueverable to make it relative
lv safe from rifle, machine gun
and anti-aircraft fire.
T
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UP) -President
Eisenhower today wound
up for the second part of a one
two punch against Adlai Steven
son's draft and H-bomb proposals
The President last night accused
the democratic presidential nomi
nee of creating confusion by pro
posing me nauing oi u.s. H-Domo
tests.
Moreover, the President said
banning the tests might enable
Kussia to nullify "our present
: commanding lead in the field of
nuclear weapons.
Tho White House issued Mr.
Eisenhower's statement, elabo elaborating
rating elaborating a stand ho took only a
few hours earlier at a news con conference.
ference. conference. Mr. Eisenhower was
scheduled to issue another
statement sometime today at attacking
tacking attacking Stevenson's proposal
that the need for continuing the
draft bo reviewed.
Tht President expressed regret
in his H-bomb statement that the
issue was injected into the elec election
tion election campaign.
"TU- t 1 .
me uiupusais cieany taxe no
account of what would be the re result
sult result of stopping our tests," he
said, lests of large weapons, bv
any nation, may be detected when
they occur."
"But any such tests follows ma many
ny many months of research and prep preparation.
aration. preparation. This means that elaborate
tests coum De prepared by anoth another
er another nation without our knowledge
"By the time we had such knowl knowl-edge,
edge, knowl-edge, our present commanding
lead in the field of nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons could be reduced or even o o-vertaken.
vertaken. o-vertaken. "Thus our power to guard the
peace would be weakened."
I Weather Or Not
This weather report, for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, ia ore ore-pared
pared ore-pared by the Meteoraleoical and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Pan-am
am Pan-am Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURE:
Hiqh
Lew

84 gl
72 7
99 91
72 74
17 II
149 T
tl 83

HUMIDITY:
Hieh
Low
rain &.Y
WATER TEMP.:
(inner hereon)
i
l. Ll
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7
HIGH
LOW
11:4 a.m
i .il a.m
6:00 p.m
"In the legal system we have of
trial by evidence, both oral and
material," Haight said, "if a re
cora can t be produced and no
misfactory explanation is given
to the court, there is a basis for
j inference .that the document not
! produced contained something
harmful to the people who don't
lity for the collision, steadfastly
denied any existence of the logs.
le said an early report by the
Italian line on July 30 that ship's
records "had been saved" was
one many inexact reports on
the disaster.
Tho vet
seaman, said to;
the best of his knowledge only his
"
personal log, ue crew s passports

4-H r from Panama Finds..

Farmers Differ

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HERE'S HOW Carlos Herrera, International Youth Ex Exchangee
changee Exchangee from Panama, has a lesson in electric welding from
his host brothers Harris Byers (left) and Richard (rlgnt)
while visiting on the Harvey Byers' farm in Cottonwood Coun County,
ty, County, Minn. Harris Byers will come to Panama this month as
an IFYE delegate,, returning the visit of Herrera. Herrera lived
in Minnesota during the first half of his stay in the U.S. The
exchange with Panama was made possible this year by a
grant of funds from Mathieson Pan American to the National
4-H Club Foundation.

102,743,000
Have Right To
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UP)
The Census Bureau estimated to
day that 102,743,000 Americans
will be old enough to vote Nov. 6.
Based on past performances, less
than two-thirds will go to t h e
polls.
The bureau said a boot 7V4 mil millions
lions millions perons have reached voting
age since the last presidential
election in 1952. That year
98,133,000 were old enough to vote
and a record 61,552,000 ballots
were cast.
The figures showed that more
than 3 million potential voters
have died since 1952.
The bureau estimated that 3.3
million of the potential first vot
ers are men and 4.2 million are
women. This trend has persisted
en man whn 1Q 091 nnn men
w nn wnmon were nlrl
enough to vote.
The report said many Ameri-
cans of voting age cannot cast
ballots, however, because they,
have not satisfied state require
t : 1 1 V. i n ..rlHoni,.
registration, or payments of poll
It also said about 2Va million
aliens of voting age are in the
United States. Aliens may not
vote. In addition, many Ameri
cans are in penal or mental lnsti-
tutions where voting is restricted,
The Census Bureau said most
states reported increases in the
civilian population of voting age
since 1952. California led with a
gain of more than 800,000 since
1952.
Five States, Florida, Michigan
Fifteen Openings
Listed In CZone
Fifteen vacancies in the Canal
organization are listed in the transfer-
vacancy bulletin issued this
week by the Personnel Bureau.
Two vacancies are listed for
clerk- typist and one for clerk clerk-stenographer.
stenographer. clerk-stenographer. There are four
positions open in the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Division.
Other vacancies now available
are: for clerk, pipeline s u c t i on
dredge engineer, meteorological
aid, bookkeeping machine opera operator,
tor, operator, painter body repairman,
policeman, supervisory security
assistant and wireman.
two code books and part of a
grph on the course recorder bad
jbeen saved from the Italian ves-
sel.
He said he bad ordered ship's
officers to rescue all loss, show-
ing records of operations up until
the time of collision. However, he
said, all logs sank with the ship.
The vessel went under the
fol-
lowing day. Fifty persons
lost
their lives in the crash.
When Haight asked him why he
did not order somebody to go
back for the logs when he found
they were missing, Calamai re replied
plied replied he did not know if the man
could reach the vessel in time.
"Today. I can say yes," Cala-
mai told Haight
because the
chin didn't ao down until 10 a.
nr. ' 11 iL
m. ffour and einaTf hours after
.. l, a- -i j
me snip was lororoai eoenapn

Americans
Vote Nov. 6

New York, Ohio and Texas, had
gains ot between 200.000 and
4000,000.
Six states, Maine, Vermont,!
Iowa, West Virginia, Mississippi
and Arkansas, reported a decline
in persons of voting age.
Census' report counted those 21
and over in all states ex cent
Georgia and Kentucky where the
voting age is 18.
Paraiso Commissary
Opening; Features
Include Rain Roofs
The modern new Panama Canal
I Commissary retail! store, recently
built in Paraiso, will be formally
opened to the public Monday
morning at b:jo.
me uuemiig win De auennen oy
Service Director; C. P. Shoy, act-
ing cniei of the Retail S t o r e s
Branch; R. G. Rowe, manager of
tne raraiso Commissary; EJhs L.
Fawcett, president of the Paraiso
Civic Council; and several other
mem oers ot tne council.
The brief ceremony will mark
the opening of one of the most
up-ro-aare worn
missarv otore In
the Canal Zone. Built at the oast
side of the new Paraiso Civic
Center, the Commissary is one
of tho group of buildings built
either under one roof or joined
by covered passageways.
One of the new features is the
open front construction which per permits
mits permits the customers to walk di

mteIS i!' : ffi,for and the Post Special Serv-
wide porch to the ices officer ronv lnH

rectly from
sales area.
The new commissary will sell all
grocery and cold storage items as

writ 91 pi at 1 luuait, mu -1 AKCARIB
Also to be placed on sale in Ihia; Post comm.iKlers or their des des-section
section des-section will be a imited selection igMted representatives are re re-of
of re-of small incidental houseware and sponsible for te selection of the

me snoe section ana
housewares section wul be trans
ferred to the existing Commissary
building located on Palo Alto Road
a short distance from the new
Store.
The temporary building wnere
short nn housewares wr W
while the new commissary was be
ing built, will be the site of the
Christmas toy sale which opened
yesterday.
ed). I didn't know if tho ship
would go down immediately,
and I was so shockend by tho tra tragedy,
gedy, tragedy, at that moment I didn't
even think."
Calamai admitted he was so
confusec1 that he din't follow re-
Sulations of Italian maritime law
tat call for making out a tem temporary
porary temporary log to recordt the hours of
bis watch during the collision.
He said he "didn't think" he
about the missing logs eveb
about tht missing logs even
though he knew it was his duty to
report it.
Among the missing logs are the
wireless operator's records and
measaee slins sent or received bv
the Andrea Dona and the engine
room log, as well as the ship s log

In Temper, Too

"Here in the United States, when
a piece of machinery breaks, the
farmer shrugs his shoulders anri
fixes it. In ray country. Panama
there would be many exclamations
and much waving of hinds and
the farmer would be very mad
when the machinery broke down."
In these words Urano Conzalez
described the difference in tem temperament
perament temperament between the people of
the United States and the people
of Panama. This is one of many
impressions that Urano has of the
U.S. after four months ere under
the International Farm Youth Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Urano and another young
farmer from Panama, Carlos
Herrera, have boon living and
working with farm famiies in the
U.S. since Mey. Urtno, who is
from Aguadulce, lived with fam families
ilies families in Wyoming for three
months and is now in Kansas.
Carlos, who is from Voraguas,
lived first in Minnesota and is
now in New Hampshire.
The objective of the Internation International
al International Farm Youth Exchange is to fes fester
ter fester better understanding between
countries through the exchange of
rural young people. The program
is sponsored in the United States
by the National 4-H Club Founda Foundation
tion Foundation and the Cooperative Exten Extension
sion Extension Service and in Panama by the
Extension Service of the Ministry
of Agriculture. The exchange with
Panama was made possible this
year through a grant of funds to
the National 4-H Club Foundation
from Mathieson Pan-American.
At the mid-ooint nf their tv in
the United States, tho turn vnnnc
men attend t mid-pbint meeting
vuuege, Ames, lowa.
There they had the opportunity to
spcaa opanisn again and to meet
and exchange experiences with
young people from 35 other coun countries.
tries. countries. The two "Rural A m b a t s a a-dors"
dors" a-dors" wore especially impressed
by tho cooperation between
'farmers In the United States.
"Here tho farmers help each
other and the work gets done
better and faster," Carlos said.
'I like very much this idea."
Another t-ung," Urano
said,
Project Of Month
Begun By Service;
3 Awards Monthly
A "Project of the Month" a
wards program was started this
wet.k by Special Servic-t. The pro program
gram program is ah incentive for all Army
personnel in tne canal Zone to
use Special Services facilities
lrere will be three month'y a-1
wards. The crafts shop award will
be given for the outstanding craft!
project finished during the month.
in and with craft shop facilities
utilizing only normal off-diitv Hm'
the same as those of the r-r.fr!
rom y arts and crafts field, as
ceramics, weaving, model build-

m' Plasties, jewelry making or0D,De; ,na Mr-

graphs arts..
The outstanding color photo photograph
graph photograph and the black and white
photo will win the photography
award. The black and white pho photographs
tographs photographs must bo completely
processed in tho photo lab by
the Individual competitor using
Special Services supplied facili facilities
ties facilities end materials.
Four entry blanks must be filled
out by the competitor to compete
in the program. They are availa
bfe at each of the Special Servic
es facilities concerned. The
the original and one carbon should
be forwarded to L'.. Col. A. L. Ben-
netti chief of Specit, services, US
winning project of each facility
lnd entering it into USARCAFIB
evei competition. The selection
i must entered prior to the first
working day of the following
month.
f
USnCARIB leVtl cimvtei'on1
will be judged by Col. Bennett.

M&thPsixthjune

fu

"here the farmers have good

sirucuon in agriculture from ti
spools ad (he Extension Servici
Ana me women help the men
u.e iarms. tie laughed a n
pointed out that he thought thj
last idea would be a good one
introduce in Panama.
The U.S. custom of inrlivirtii:,
families was one big difference tha
)m. t j r m i -. . as
j iiuicu in lamny me net wee
me two countries. "In Panama
most families will live in groups,?
v.nus saia, nut nere each fan
iy lives Dy itself."
vanos naa a unique experienc
in uemg a Die to live tor 20 da)
on tne tarm of a boy who will
going to Panama in October t
live and work with farm famine)
tor six months. The Harvey Bye
family in Minnesota was the fin
one tnat Carlos stayed with afte
coming to the U.S.
"It was very good for me," Caii
tos said. I helped the son, Harry
...ill. C L k
wiui apamsn ana ne helped ml
witn my English." While livinj
with families in Minnesota, Car
los learned to milk with the mill
ing machine and also helped ti
work with the chickens and ball
nay.
-ri . . .
i no ooys round tnat many
families enjoyed aelna an old
nics for entertainment. Also thai
families enjoyed watching tele
vision, although not all of thai
reroutes had television sets.
White in Wyoming, Urano stay
ed with three familial and hln,
with all phases of the farm work
He planted alfalfa, cultivated rnrnl
; baled hay, selected lambs for sale!
mowed and stacked hay and i
one family, he milked the cow.
"I have learned several thingd
uuc iv yui hud practice 111
Panama," Urano said. "I learned
about the organization of the 4-H
Clubs and also learned some irril
gation practices."
The two young men will return
to weir country in November.
Little League
Boys 10, Girls 14
Ten boys and M girls were bor
at Gorgas Hospital during t h
week endinc at miHmohi not 1
according, to the regular hospital
report. During the same oeriod.
210 patients were admitted and 185
were discharged.
The names and addresses of that
parents of the boy babies follows:
Col. and Mrs. J. R. Walton, ot
Fort Clayton; Sgt. and Mrs. Car4
m10 Lopez, of Panama City; Lti
and Mr- W. L. Crawford, of Fortf!
clyton; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. MaM
'ett. Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. Bj
Nunez, of Panama Citv; Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Shirley, of Curtin.
d"! Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Wallace.
Pratt- Jr- of Pnama City;
" 15- ne"e namirez, ot
Medling, of Diablo.
Parents of the girl babies are:
SFC and Mrs. A. J. Burkt, of Fort
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. Faustino
Martinez, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Figueroa, of Fort Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs C. W. McCon McCon-ney.
ney. McCon-ney. Sr., of Ancon; Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Bryce L., of Panama City;
capt. ana sirs. w. cj. McHugh
nf
Fort Clayinn: Mr. and Mrs. F. A
Bowen, of Panama City; S-Sgt.;
!"i Mrs. N. D. Wells, of Lacona; I

Mrs. and Mrs. A. A. La'orre. of
eom-Kunindu; Mr, and Mrs. D B. Wig-

?m
Mrs.
of Panama City; Mr. and
J. L. dark, of Coco):: Mr. :
and Mrs. Ines Albeo, of Gamboa;
Mr. and Mrs. David Torres, of Pa.
raiso; and Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Harrington, of Diablo.
Not Rainin' Rain
Montreal, Oct C (UP)
It raVned cows on Patrick Des Des-chesne
chesne Des-chesne Thursday.
Deecheanes' car collided with
a cattle truck. Seven cows fell,
mooing, one by one, onto tha
hood of his ear.
PRICE S: .75 & .40
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