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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 19S7

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SPECULATION over which Of

Ernesto STta OJSS
v; i a:, t.vmt Presideftta re-

request to-resume h i seats m
the- Natlonl Assembly was i a-

; newspaper. ; v

" V in thk naiier ? the

'crisis should occur during the
course of next week. It saia,
however, that H was unable to

tlnd out tne, i Mlin
who It Is rumored wiUjresijn

their cabinet posts.

' The six mlnlster-Asse molymen

?rs.cecu r-

, victor N. Tuilao, JRoberto Lope

Fabrega ana Max ncuiw"---j
r Ln 'for the shakeup is

said to be the desire or tne aa aa-Klstratlon
Klstratlon aa-Klstratlon J taWjw
2 vaMnnai" Patriotic v coaiinon

ipnrP-enUtion in the Assemwy

,wtih a few m'ore of its aoie pi

Uamentarians.

M.mTils.fnts by Weal

' doc orrigiinstthe Health Min
m xr. cecilla it

IS weTe lso 'aired today by

" the, ame newspaper. -:,.
' Thi Vactm were said to hw
argued that It was about time
v that Panamanians with -tha

en

r.,.

The annual 'Mejorapa" Ioik Ioik-lore
lore Ioik-lore festival get underway to-
morrow, In the town,of Ouarare
and Los Santos. The annual ob-r--...m.-et.
underway, to

morrow night with- the corona corona-Won
Won corona-Won of the Vejoran Queen and
. continue Tuesday and wetoes wetoes-dav
dav wetoes-dav with various civic and ren ren-Sioyus
Sioyus ren-Sioyus activities. hlghUgUted by

i mejorana aaacecoiuw
Rdnicr, Grace y
Reveal Hew Bsby
Exp:cled In March

alm"L-"Tu-i." .i-ond child i

March, i,.' ;ffip. .gued

f JCUVU

'Zoniaos Urged To Cast Votes
n Civic Council Elections 4
' : rivik r.nunciT officers tiaye baen encourared .bv Gov. W. E.

Potter to conduct a special ret-out-the-'Tote campaign In Canal

Zone communities prior to the forthcoming Nov.. 8 elections..;,
' Plans for ballots and other election arrangements were

discussed by Potter with U.S. Civic Council representatives at

their .September meeting at Balboa Heights, For the second
election vear Canal Zone "residents will observe tha first Tues

day in November as local Election Day with, the national "elec "elections
tions "elections in the United States. i :

sonnel to supervise the summer
program, bu that the $15,000

Item Is being sough wor 1959.'
, 'The Governor told the Coun Council
cil Council Officers that the preliminary
Falls report scalls for retention
of hospitals bn both sides of the
Isthmus, and he said the company-Government
is in the pro process
cess process of building an eight-inch
dredge for mosquito control work
in the Telfers Island area. Prob
lems that have arisen under
the power conversion program
also were discussed. -
The Governor announced that
price Indexes ? showed 1 1 1 1 1 e
change, durinsr the past month.

However, he noted that beef
has increased one to three cents
av pound in the States, an in increase
crease increase that probably will be felt

on. U.S.- beer to tne zone wunin

two months.- ,

The Governor also pointed to

the need of the active support of
community leader for making

the first Canal- zone unuea

Fund drive success next

month. 'i

Mn discussing various subjects

on the agenda or the conference,
the Governor- said steps have

been taken to apply a special

paint to the sides and bottom of
the 14-foot deep diving pool at
Gamboa. At present the 1 pool
water fills with an algae soon

after' It is filled and a safety

hazard vls created. The algae

makes It impossible to see tne

bottom of tne pool. s r

' if th new rjami nroves saus-

faotory. It Will be possible to use

the nool at all times and not

only when an adult supervisor is

present.- 1
Referring to a complaint about
the lack of trained recreational
supervisors available during the

summer recreational program.

the Governor explained mat a a-dult
dult a-dult nhvsical education teach

ers are nine-month employes.

A lack of funds ana auai

compensation statutes 'prevent!

the employment or t r a inea

teachers' : during' the ; summer.

Therefore, many high 'school

and coiiece siv lents must

!.the eommuwque

English,

in

of

im. ..i,m of the Prince

'Monaco -anaounces that happy
' ?.;-xni.cted bv their most

hiBmtesss. the sovereign

Prince and princess Grace for the
moiST of aext MsrchJ the French
announcement slid.
The "hpW : entl;, 1,,1?nJl!S
.J nr months. The English

innrnmceittent took notice of that

fact' ''tf --.j-'r-
- "TfBciat soorees tn the palace
. . . w nn firm what

. oi aiwnt j it i
has beea rumored until today, that

'hp,,. nt. h snneises .rimw

"Rainier and princess -.Grace are
.kut.Mpv p. pnfln rhll (1 In

C ti" .... 4 . rkti4L.

Taeir urn cnua, -rine
line, was bora here last Jan. 23.

Both Kainief ana urace

Stiq UDuciy wey- wa-v

If the aew arnvsi a coy,, n

" Priaea Rainier those before Caro

lina Wa- nnffo.ra Georaes

Pierre Richard Grim sldL ; ;

u.'.ed 4f J;he prograia Is to oper
ate at all-1 i

The Governor said congress

jias oeen asaea to exempts me

teachers from the dual comncn

sation statutes. This has passed

the House and la now: before a-

Senate committee and probably

will be considered wnen con

gress reconvenes. He noted, that
Congress deleted a request ; for
115.000-during -fiscal year v, 1958

to cover the cost of trained per

Confidential?

Jury Shows Signs

04-Day Strain

HOLLVWonri Kept. 21 (UP)-

DS l tie jury deliberating ctiminai n
ii j ... J ... i... in. j

Rojss Plnilla

; Riiborcd

Panann-Dodnd

toeoosed r Colombian dictator

Gustavo Roj as Plnilla was ru rumored
mored rumored In BoEOta today to be

leaving' his exile in the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic for Panama, pre

sumably as a stepping stone ior
an attempt to return .to Colom

bia. ' K

A Panama" Foreign Ministry

spokesman said the ministry had

no knowledge on Rajas PiniUa'aJ

intended arrival,- ana mcicaiea
the one-time military strong strongman
man strongman would not be welcome here,

According to the spoitesman,

"The Foreian Ministry believes

that at the present time tne
nre'senee of Gen, Gustavo ROlas

Plnilla herewould be' Inconvenient,-
because it concerns a. na national
tional national Of a country which bor border.!
der.! border.! on Panama, and with which

our government maintains cor cordial
dial cordial relations. Further, his pres presence
ence presence would bring problems con

cerning the personal security of

the gentleman."

Small San terino'i
Council Throws Ouf
Communis! Gov!.!

Faubus Withdraws
.... Matiohli I
m After Jnjundi6f
X-f-i. hi' t'v'

AT. Cotton Acting
Director Of Posts

For Next 6 Weeks

has been announced bv the Act

ing Civil Affairs Director.
Unruh left -i the Isthmus by
plane Thursday and will spend

six weeks on vacation in Cali

fornia He war-accompanied by

Mrs., unruh.

Arthur T. Cotton Postmaster
at the Balboa Post office,, will
act as Director of Posts during

the absence of Earl F. Unruh, itjtion of the material preliminary

bel charges against Confidential

magazine today was snowing signs
of strain. as it spent the fourth
AT studying evidence ia the case
without reaching, a verdict.
There" was no indication of a
deadlock. however, nad Judee

Herbert V. Walker .told the panel

of six -men and six women they
would continue their deliberations
tomorrow? but possibly might be
limited td a morning session only.
Bailiff -jDoh -.Emmer discloied
several, of the jurors complained
mildly that they were .getting tired
and needed vaome change, c The
bailiff said he and- Judge Walker
diseussed- the possibility of taking
the panel for an outing tomorrow
afteroonJ(or a change of scenery.
It was earned that the jury had
tarefully, catalogued all the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits io the case for study and

was proceeding with, an examma

td getting down -to considering the

testimony given during the trial

that lasted six weeks and two

days- 7'

Thus far the jury has not asked

to have any portion of the tran

script read to it. .

SAN MARINO. Sept. tt (U?-

The msjority of the ruling oun-

il m Russia's smauest r saieaue

decided yesterday to ton euf iU

(jommunisi goveiHiiieni. v .-
Thirtv-ona members of this post

atrft -tari.-siiad reoublic'e 60-man

crand and general council lined

up against the Communist regime
that has held powensinca the end

Ol worm nafjxi. ,y

The 31-man .Social. Democratic
nri tniipnpnrfpnt nraioritv was

ready to force its decision 6n the
council in a meeting to elect two
new men to the republic's top ex

ecutive .posts, : i j j, y,

Their decision was hardly ex;

nected to baoie Moscow.' But k it

was giving San Marino its tensest
day in the republic' postwar po

litical history.
The local feeds were expected to

fight for power jwlth any meanst
Including riots if necessary. '"

Informed, sources aald oan Ma

rino's two mam"; factories f were
closed, this mornings and, their
workers were orenarina to march

on the government office building
where the'.ouncil convenes. .fv r

Christian Democratic sources
claimM. avral earloada of Red

stronearm men crossed into the

KASPER iri COURT Segregationist John Kasper (right) talks
with his attorney, M.S. Ross (left), and assistant district at attorney
torney attorney R. B. Parker on his arraignment in criminal court in
Nashville, Tenn, Kasper, facing charges of inciting to riot
during the school segregation violence In Nashville, pleaded
innocent.

Ike Accused of Weakness, Inaction

NEW YORK,: Sept. 21 (UP)

Robert R. Nathan, national chair

man of Americans for Democra Democratic;
tic; Democratic; Action,, todax accused Presi President
dent President Eisenhower., of. inviting the

Little Rock integration dispute by

"weaicness ;na jactionii
:f Nathan. In a ioeectt prenared for

the Hew Yor(! StateADA conven conven-ition.'
ition.' conven-ition.' said tha President ''either

did not understand what was1 hap

pening err could not bring him

sen, to act;-; . ..

Ha said "instead of using the

ereat cower and prestige of his

office, he' has looked the other

way while the Constitutor of the

United btates was Demg ravagea.
Nathan said the President should

convince the nation that he "stands

behind the decisions of the Feder-

Argentina Steps Up
Efforis To End

Paralyzing Strike;

reoublic from Italy late Wednei

day night.

DistinguisHed Service Award Presented

To CZ Hospital Administrator Sylvestre

- ".V'-V,:, i-'r.u.
in'.i Miiinii m 1 1 I 1 m m"'m 1

' Tha Distincuished Service Award

fhighest award given oy the Canal

oraanization, was presentee this

wee tff .A.f ayivestre, nospuai

Administrative umer in the

Health Bureau, in recognition oi

his exemplary job performance ov
er a period of several years.

The certificate of award, togeth

er with a check for 1300. was pre-

seniea to ayivestre oy governor
W. E. Potter in a soecial ceremo

ny held.-i' the Governor a. office

at BalDoa Meignu.- ,

Also attending the ceremony

were Mrs.. Sylvestre, Col. Charles

O. Bruce. Canal Zone Health Di

rector, and members of the Health

Director s start. -.

In presenting the award. Gov

ernor Potter congratulated Sylves

tre en bis excellent service record

with the Canal Zone and oa his

masterful analysis of health needs.

knowledge ef Company,. Govern

t finances and management

' Prince Rainier and bis wife, the
former -Grace Kelly of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and .Hollywood,' returned to
Moat Carlo two days age after

a lo g aummer vacation m swraaxiJi. ;
ar!aL "s "u is a matter of record." be

- V laaid, .''that your knowledge has
If the ehUd is a boy, be wil take! enabled the Health Bureau to pre-

. preeelenee ever S-reoniB-oia rn- viae nmaiiig. meaicai service
cesa Ctsroline at heir to the throne to the Caaal Zone community while

of the 2r-S acre principality oa the faced with major financial restric-

shcrea of the french Biviera."

boflS. Your selUess devotion to du

ty ever a period of seweral years
was climaxed ia fiscal year 1957

I TUle!w" cumxed iE htctl yr" 1957
' LflVmCn IvnOW I illS bv a budetarv ooerauon that was

( - distiaguiahed by iti remarkable ae-
L0NDO?f, Sept." '& (UP Brit-jcuracy and flexibility.'V
lh doctors caa prescribe gin for Sylvestre is a native of Nashua.
th'fr patients, a government board New Hampshire, and has been aa
ralad. employe of the Health Bureau since
. - 1S2 when he joined the Canar or-
- A doctor contended that g i ganiiatioa as a clerk at Corotal
eombsned with eertaia druirs gavejHopiuL
is patient "a nense of well- b- He was promoted to Principal
in?" which could nn be fthtti"-1 Clerk ia the Health Bureau ia 1M2.
Th ptTre alcohol. The ruling did t Administrative Assistant ia 1H4
nt i v the disease, the doc-!and to Horital Administrative Oi-

tor er tse iUent,

ificer ia W1.

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BUENOS' AIRE S, Argentina

rtip. The rovemment toaay

stepped up efforts to end, a strike
nt mmmun. cations workers be

fore it sparks a general' nation

al courts, Federalize the Arkan

sas National Guard to protect 'Ne-'
gror children reestablish commu-

mcauons Between egro ana wmte
leaders on the seereeation nrnh-

lem and 'promptlr1' Ame an as-jistamwfwey-'r.genegi
a i,-i;

Rightslaw.!' .Mi.f,:t.
Israeir Troops,
Jets, How Staging

Military Maneuvers

JERUSALEM.- .Israel. Sent: 21

(UP) Isrseli troops, jet planes
and cannon-firina tanks have been

staging military maneuvers in an
area described only as "some "somewhere
where "somewhere in Israel." it was rllsclnned

today.

In Jerusalem itself Israeli ofie.

ial quarters welcomed Secretary

of State John Foster Dulles' re-

cent U.N. tatement on the Middle
East as an imnlied' warning in

neiehborine Arab states in Un

fhands off Israel.

(in Damascus, Syrian Premier
Sabrl Assail 'angrily denounced
Dulles' speech, chareina it eon-

tained 'disturbing intentions
againsf Syria." Moscow and Cairo
radios also attacked Dulles' state statements
ments statements as an attempt to disguise
U.S. "designs" on the Middle
East).- :
Correspondents who witnessed
the Israeli military exercises saw
a coordinated air-and-ground sim simulated
ulated simulated attack on an "enemy" for fortified
tified fortified hill position.
- Jet planes dived down to strafe
"enemy"- columns with live am ammunition
munition ammunition while tanks fired their

guni tO SUDDOrt infantrv mnvinir

t a. t ,1

w i uie aui.

Parachute trooDS dronned rli.

er naa sonenea up the "enemy'
positions for the infantry.

Israeli sources, meanwhile, said
Dulles', U.N. speech showed thst
the Secretarv of Ktit h.i.

ousiy aware of Arab threats a

fainst Israel. Officials said Dul-

es cannot tail to be iwin n

joraaman declaration in um tt

S. arms acainst Israel if nru'

ry.. . .

'This is to keep down distrac

tions," Supti Virgil Blossom said.
"Our job is educating the' ehil-
drem'V MA

Them wer renorts that a hard

core of segregationists among the
1800 white students at the; school

wide walkout that would paralyze

the economy . --.
- nnvprnment r nesotiators met

tain with representatives .of

i. nnn telenhona and teleiraoh

workers whose strike for $15 .56
monthly pay raises has nearly
blacked out communication in

Argentina. 1

A series of sympathy strikes
called for today by other unions

lent urgency to the need for
solution. -'

The Confederation of Commer

cial Employes, which comprises

est lsbor union, ordered its mem

white collar office snd -store

workers and Is Argentina's larg

est labor union, ordered its mem

bers to start a strike at S p.m

The powerful metal workers'

union cauea tor tnree la-minuie
stoppages by its members, one on

eacn snm,

The garment workers union

ordered one-hour work stoppages

and the nation's 40,000 banking

emolovea said they would walk

off their jobs if a quick solution

were not reacnea.

If the communications workers

eet the pay increases the? de

mand, it will set off demands for

parallel increases by ether unions.
The government fears the shaky

economy could ot stand this.

The three-day-old strike already

has affected seriously- the Dusl

ness of banks, industries, com

mercial bouses and transportation

aeencies. Limited telephone eer

vice is able to handle little more

tbaa government business.

102.1-Deqree :

Weather Recorded

In Antarctic

WilSHTNGTON,: Sept. IT (UPV- 1UTa against Comma- tioas up to yesterday morning. But

Tha Naw said today that Ks w f jungte re- if and when a atomic Device is

Tbe sources aaid Iuwh thrl

uiey appreciate that Dulles is

oetng compelled to "soft pedal

or even ignore Israel's case Jm

oraer u make a last-mmute bid

to save tbe Arabs from 'Soviet

aominauoa.

It waa (eneraTlV KIiv h

that the United States has givten

Kiwrcnon wnicn, Dowever, ia

ii m iiea ta regard to provisions

irons material help i event of

possipie armed aggressio by the
Arabs.

Reds Recruiting

kuala' ixmrvR

Malaya,

LITTLE ROCIC, Ark. Sept. 21 (UP) Tht Lift!,

Rock school board today invited nine Negro students tot

start attending Central High School at their pleasure. :ye

Gov. Orval E. raubus withdrew National Guards

from the school last night after U.S. District Judge Ron

ald Davies had put him, state adjuntant-general Sherman
T. dinger and National Guard Lt. Col. Marion, E. John-

son under injunction.

Unconfirmed reports of brewing violence when school
opens Monday circulated .widely; and both the schefil,
board the police force had taken note of them.,
' The school was under 24-hour police guard, and city
police were charged by city authorities with preserving
law and order. '. if-'. ..
t The school board asked spectators to stay away from
the school grounds next week,

if theyolpa to go to school Mon Monday.
day. Monday. -, - f s r i C
"I'll have to talk to my parents,"
one said.
"I'll have td wait ant) see;t
don't know,", a Negro boy -replied
Then junction puts the respon-

might attack the Negroes er ftsrtlsibillty. for seeing, that integration
Vboycoif.s.lji--e.rw interfered with-npon cln t

Faubus. i,.
Peuhus tailed Out the guard en i

Sept. 2 and ordered it to prevent :.

JNegrees rom entering tne scnoou
h said he wasn't onoosed to in

tegration- but he had) heard there

naa oeen at Heavy saie arm it
both Negroes, and whites, .and he ;

feared Dioodsnea. t
Faubus' lawyers. Kay Matthews

and Walter Pope of JJttle Rock -and
Tom Harper ef Fort Smith Smith-excused
excused Smith-excused themselves from the ease
and walked oat of the courtroom ;
aftervjifige Davies had turned
down-two motions to dismissthe

petition for an injunction. ':'. t

They went to the executive

mansion where Faubus had se

cluded himself since he returned

late Saturday from a confereace

in Newport, R. I., with President
Eisenhower. i
After a conference with tbam,
Faubus Issued e statement start-
ing, 'Now befllne the eraelftxlo"'
and announcing In edvace2jhat
he was eeing. te appeal teethe
U.S. Circuit Court e Appeals:". -'
The nine Negroes,' all picked
students, wanted to be integrated
into a student body of 1800 white -at
Central High. v i
One' motion simply asked ".for
dismissal. The other asked for dis.
missal on the ground that -three
Federal judges instead mi
should be on the bench. Judge

Davies rejected them both.;,.

Harper asked the eourt'k.iN

mission to make a statement.He

said he and his colleagues were
standing on the motion that had
been denied. He said they wanted
to be excused from any further
part in the proceedings. Judge Da
vies excused them. -, '
Dr. William G. Cooper, Jr.3res-
ident of the school boards and.
school Superintendent Blossom said

they had heard no reports of spy

lmtpending battles over Integra Ho a

: At NawDort. K.t rresi

Eisanho war said he was 'enfU;.
dant that the' Little Reck schools
will be Integrated 'promptly and
without disorder
The Governor and Mrs. Faubus

planned to leave this afternoon for
Georeia where he will attend the

Southern Governors conference et

Sea Island.
In bis ruling Judge-Davies said:
"It is very clear to the court on
the evidence presented here that
the plan of integration adopted by
the Little Rock School Board has
been thwarted by the governor of
Arkansas by his use of troops."
"It Is aqually demonstrable
from tho testimony here today
that that- would have been n
vtielance in carrying aut the plan
of integration and that there has
bean no violence.

"The petition of the United
States of America as amicus

curiae foe a preliminary injunc

tion against Governor Faubus,

General Clinger and Colonel John.

son and all others named in the

petition1 ia granted: and such in

junction shall issue without delay

enjoining those respondents rrora
obstructing or preventing by the

use -of the National Guard or oth

erwise the attendance of Negro

students at little Rock Hign

School under the plan of Integra

tion approved by this court and

from otherwise obstructing or in interfering
terfering interfering with orders of this court

in connection with the pisn oi in

tegration."
As the nine -Negroes who want
to attend Central High filed out of

tbe courtroom, a reporter asked

Soviets Testing
A-Weofpons Near
NATO Fleet Site

LONDON (UP)-The Soviet U !"B 'VnV4fn
ion is carrying out tests of atomic nd h,d Bot ked for

" ..Ui- Imm. I Mv

weaDODS ikuci wuiun n

dred miles of the huge NATO
fleet exercises north of Britain.

high Western sources disclosed to

day.

The sources told United Press

that Soviet naval maneuvers with

in easy plane travel of the U.S.

suoercarriera Forrestal and Sara-

toga were believed to be concen

trating on decontamination pro

cedures i the event of atomic

fallout. - ,y-.-

NATO officials were unable to

confirm the report.

NATO striking force nas Been

operating north and northwest of

the British Isles for the last two
day as part of seven-nation' ex exercises.
ercises. exercises. The Soviet maneuvers are

around the Barents Sea hi the

same general area where Bnssia

ffifered a vaderwater atomic

blast two years aco this month.

Sept. 21 (UP) The Malayast- No atomic blasts had beeade-

revernment has warned parents tected by Wester monitoring sta

tu A.

bilAESTEE, boapitai adinlrilstrative officer In the

Health Bureau, receive the congratulations of Gov. W. E. Pfit Pfit-ter
ter Pfit-ter af.ter being presented, with the IMstCigulshed Service A A-ward.
ward. A-ward. Also present are Itrs. Sylvestre and CoL Charles O.
Bruce, Health Directoe. .,.-"'

South Pole station reported a rec-,cT irom. meng atudeifta U fired by the Soviets it might sot

rd low temperature ef 102.1 de- roa ecnoois. jbe disclosed for some days.

gree below sere last Tuesday. y c"'"r"1 i'rmeni sua isaiu ornciais reiusea io aay
This breaks a world's record aTr .R terronstj hiding ia the btvw the VS. atomic-powered sub

100 below registered May 11, the ?!?'leV7ere nndmg it difficult toiNs ilUus wss making out as part

Navy aaid. The report said the f.1 ruina i rural areas te join lot tt-e attacking force in the war

temperature at the Antarctic sta- r tbe youths gat;; because li would bp the

tion averaeed S3 below leiw i tbe ,BOT touga life ia tbe deJe&ding force te secret suate-

first 17 days of thi month. quag caa be." 'fj,

Complete Overhaul

Ordered In Bombed
Section Of London
LONDON. Sept. 31 UP) The

London City Council has approved s
a 41 million dollar plan t
completely revamp 35 acres ef the
heart of London which were al almost
most almost entirely bombed out during

world war IL. : -.
; Tbe sevea year plan Calls for

apartment for 7,000 persons plu
a theater, concert hall, schools,
library and other public buildings,
Tbe area, known aa Barbican.

dates back te the 13th Century

and is near St. Paul's Ctathedrat,
It was largely, destroyed byvCer

maa bombs. n-

Old Flame
' 4 : ,.'--.-CATANIA,
Sicily, Sept. 11 (UP)

Sslvatore Giufirida knifed his wife

to death yesterday, set fire to ber

clothes and swallowed a bottle of

insecticide. He was take to a

hospital i critical condition.
Police said the motive wi

jealousy.
r Cli,,ffrii4 1 Vt V'.m mritm mmm TT.



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LIKES AND DISLIKES

' m iiuwtr to "6our Fuss" (Mail Bo. Sept. 10) who so aptly

tmM himself. (10 of Sept. 1957). I don't ie tnese uuo...

' 1. People who take no pride In their clothes while asso asso-elating
elating asso-elating with the public com ng and going to work. Who dc .not
desire to leave their old trappings behind t
ameiis- knowing that dirt Is the art from their hands, but that
? thfir ffiacter can be lifted up by appearing clean on
the streets and busses;
: 3. People who do not whistle or appear happy at their
-work They must have guilt feelings and are afraid to l look
over their own shoulders. They are not content and therefore
" cannot produce the beat efforts of their minds.
i S. Electric fans I should omit Though I like to feel cool
yet, I wish they would make me feel Important too. I think
I should lie down on my doctor's couch.

: Vw.-Vai amir Piiaa'a fourth dislike I nasien 10 agree

with Where he states that "spoiled brats run wild in restau restau-'w?i
'w?i restau-'w?i vViT tn, mt.in narents seekin recogni-

ttolSS ITViWS' The last half of hi.
Ste No. 4 "Is a sign of either mental deficiency or a prog.

ressing schizophrenic state wnweu wt '""""" ?
periodically Into dream world." No mas.
Other thing I don't like:
Where a few membert of the American State Department
set themselves up as little dictators, knowing this and I that and
forever attempting to buy, through foreign loans, the love of
Mother country? A love which is alien but necessary for their
Swi rorvlvaL A people whose way of Ufe is foreign to Amer-
teaS, yet who welcome help, If given truthfully and Justly.
wtianWr a Mean role on the stage of life where people's
"mls-unfferstood" Intentions are abused by those who Know.
Svliereertafn factions set themselves u'p'a! i Judges know know-lng
lng know-lng that this Is the right jrace of people to inhabit our planet
.and this is the wrong race. Where W irJjptic "0f&
influences others to hate and be degraded Where their self self-centered
centered self-centered Ignorance brings tears to a little girl and boy seeking
to obtain an education in the "supreme White man s school.
Where only White Is legal and everyone else is debased unto
thejowest haunts of helj.-
rwhere such Ignorant self-love influences i other countries
' who feel that America offers "everything." America has toler toler-tance
tance toler-tance and understanding for others, but must solve its own
nroblems first. f i c r

where.a nattpn gives out a, jOVim''

-eepts of freedom. Freedom is ne BnBrroiv o r iit
all races and all people. Some nations teach this wltB restraint;
They will give liberty to immigration Quotas but what ,yuiuey
give their own people? Progress Jim overlooked the, American
Indians; maybe it is better that way, I don't know. Progress

has overlooked the black race wnicn me www
I also don't like people going to foreign countries, making
love to native woman, and then suddenly leaving behind them
a family. They do -not always except the responsibilities of
their own endeavors.
Let me quote, from Rudyard Kipling's 'The Gods of the
Copybook Headings': (
a. t nuts fhrmiirvi mv incarnations in everv ata and race.

t mv nrnncr nrostratlona to the Gods of the market place.

Peering through reverent fingers I watch them flourish and fall,

And the Ooas or tne copyDOOK neaaings, x ounce, ouvioai
them all.
We were living in trees when they met us. They showed
each in turn
That water would certainly wet us, as fire would certainly burn;
But we found them lacking in uplift, vision and breadth
of mind,
So we left them to teach the gorillas while we followed
the March of Mankind.
TThe march of mankind is progressing. Their errors are
finding the way. The faults of egotistical people give fire to
Ugh$ a new day. How long can progress remain stagnant; when
It u breathing and living within us?
'-Where one religion can benignly, with domineering pur purposes
poses purposes aforethought, seek to subjugate mankind into a man man-made
made man-made mold thereby reaping the profit from such noble under undertakings.
takings. undertakings. Where man has no liberty of thought but that which
Is dictated to him by the enllghtenlngs of 'god-given' dictator dictatorship.
ship. dictatorship. Where people are mere puppets and are never given the
liberty to avail themselves of the progressive knowledge which
the, world has to offer. Where a man can be made to be con content
tent content In his own poverty and ignorance.
rThen the Oods of the Market tumbled, and their
smooth-tongued wizards withdrew.
And the hearts of the meanest were humbled and began to
v believe it was true.
32 That all Is not gold that glitters, and two and two
- make four
ftnd the Oods of the Copybook Headings limped up to explain
" it once more.
What has happened to people that they can murder their
own kind? Not by sword or the burning stake, but bv more
subtle means. Means which give gratification to the persecu persecution
tion persecution of those who will not and cannot believe as their alleged allegedly
ly allegedly loving teachers desire!
And that after this is accomplished, and the brave
new world begins
When all men are paid for existing and no man must pay
for his sins;
As surely as water will .wet u, as surely as fire
will burn.
The Gods of the Copybook Headings with terror and slaughter
return.
M. R. Crewe
Aguadulce.

Labor News
And
Comment

"Istft a Home. Supposed to Give a Fella Roots?''

By VICTOR RIESEL

In a Hollywood 1 restaurant

where the movie-making gour

mets gather, Jimmie Hoffa in

terrupted the carving of his

"Steak Sinatra" not too long a

to. He had a point to make to

magazine writer Paul Jacobs of

"xne Reoorter":

"...We built this union with
muscle and I'm not turning my

back on the muscle like seme

other union leaders who used It
and then pretend they never

did..." :, 7

In Jimmie's cynical circle this

is known as- being a "stand-up

guy." By his code he is a stand-

up guy.

so wnen Hoira gets oacic be'

fore the McClellan committee

shortly, you can expect- that he

win not turn nis back on tne
many men- in many citls who

make un his economy-elzea ar

my 1 so heavily eoulpped .with

cash, cadiuacs ana cnarterea

aircraft.

The committee Is reportedly

loaded this time with evidence
of grim warfare among ether

things. There are stories or bat

tles in which some or the Team

sters' allies allegedly Invaded

big factories wielding heavy

chains, smashing all before

them and some of their onposi

tion's autos behind them. Nor

is this ancient history. If reports
are correct, some of the 12, or
perhaps 15. witnesses will tell

such tales of Michigan's Indus

trial wars.

If Hoffa doesn't turn his back

on the muscle which helped him
build his union, what can he
say under oath on the witness
chair? Men and property and,
strangest of all minutiae to
Hoffa, the simple dignity and
rights of the opposition were
hurt

Hoffa may be a great general,
but unlike that amateur. Han

nibal, be will have to cross this

-if M wSi'
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Walter Winchell In Mw York

MAN ABOUT TOWN

I stunt for "Jeanne Eagels," as sus-

nprteH. This i ral ficrhf.

They say playwright William, Saj ;

rnvan'i cv-wifA win wen a London m v vsnir. rt Tn

hurdle without the elephants.drama crifac ... Rex Harrison's son ping and his wife (Alice Lawson)
He will have to affirm or deny, Noel weds Swedish actress Beryl

Fleetwood before '57 lades... Ibe mands. She wants 2 million. Chums

former Mrs. Jack Webb (Dorothy .av h no eat Chlt Rivera nn

rane tne Finn Amenament. Hav-Towne) u so serious apout ugn west Side Stpry". and George

FOR YOUR HIGH-BAIL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball wilhcul Canada Dry

ing already answered so many
questions previously he would be
In contempt of .Congress if he
remained silent this time. He
won't, as he said over "Steak
Sinatra," repudiate his allies, He
has already used up his grace

period on a meanaermz memo.

ry. Yet he says he will take the

rtand Just a few days before
the Teamsters' convention opens

.Mjamli Beach.
'. ;Hn Is on the hot seat. And
the committee deliberately put
him there for returning their
early courtesy with mockery mockery-Sen.
Sen. mockery-Sen. McClellan had Indicated
that he would not recall Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa before the convention. But
that didn't pledge the Sena Senator
tor Senator or his counsel, Boh Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, mf to call others who
would "discuss Hoffa. The
choice was then Jimmie's. He
could come and, In some fash fash-Ion,
Ion, fash-Ion, try to answer the charg

es, or he eonld remain aloof
and leave them ananswered 72
hours before the historic
Teamster convention opened.
Whatever lines Hoffa chooses
to speak, he may .come out of
this drama with a reputation so
badiy impugned thai- the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO leaders will refuse to keep
th Teamsters even If hey keep
Hoffa only as ninth vice-president.
Hoffa. apparently. Is pre preparing
paring preparing for suchtKmoment.
That was evident when he left
his chartered plane at the air airport
port airport outside Cincinnati and
drove to tho Sheraton Gibion
hotel Monday morning. At 10:10
a.m. he walked Into the Parlcr
Room of thev hotel where the
leader? of the Bakery and con confectionery
fectionery confectionery Workers Union were
In session. He laid it on the line,
lie at tacked. George Meany, and
BUI Schnitzer, national AP1-

CIO Secretary-Treasurer. He

blasted Walter Reuther. He said
there was too much power in the I

national AFL-CIO headquarters.

Hoffa admitted he wanted to
stay in the AFL-CIO but that
the Teamsters would do all right

If they were thrown out. To stay
In, Hoffa taid, he would yield on

everytnlflg but the autonomy of
the Teamsters which meant
be wanted the national labor

leaders to keep out of his un union's
ion's union's affairs.

- V

He packed a lot into the 20

minutes he spent in that confer

ence but never was he more

blunt than when he sa'd, "Look,

there has always been an affin-

rty between the Bakers and the

Teamsters. Tho Teamsters have

helped on the picket line. The
Bskers really couldn't do with

out the Teamsters especially

m new organizational drives In
the south or on future picket
dnes. You need us. We need vou

ineide or out."

Thi was not the firt time fn

recent weeks that Hoffa has nut

t t.pht on the tabl with other

more powerful labor leaders
than ;lm Cross, the Bakers'

chkj. The line is apparent

tnere will be no real cletn.'nr of
the Teamsters, The tabor move move-nent
nent move-nent and the coumry can say
what they want And those who

need tne Teamsters had better
come along.

O'Bnan she dates nobody else... Marcy, of that show are too far
Jane Morgan, of the musical shows gone ... Did Doris Duke call. off her

nas lost ner sanity over uitiq lawsuit against a Scandal mag in
Brooks ... BobO Rockefeller S new return for never heino mentioned

gee-whiz is a. tall, dark Lothario jn jt again? Her name was cons-

lasi-nameu uiviuc ... xue weeny picuous by its omission at the it it-poker
poker it-poker games up at Ernie Kovacs' w00d trial ... Nicholas Schenck, re rehouse
house rehouse (mainly teevee people) are tired MGM chief, has an office at

for tall stakes ..A loss or win of 445 park Avenue universal-

sio,uuu is commonplace...- Joan soi soiling,
ling, soiling, latest shocker: A sideless
frock j from armhole to anklejust
a nude-colored et .::"Alf Vander
hilt's daughter Wendy, probably

this year's No. 1 deb, wsnts to be

a bride before coming out... The
Patrice Coffin of S. Dartmouth,
Mass., who filed for divorce, is

Damon Bunyon's ex-wife... Anoth

er figure soon to be mentioned in
the current Soviet spy esse is s
well-known radio commentator and
lecturer. :
Shades of Diamond Jim Bradyl
A ringsider at the Latin Quarter
flung 1100 bills at the showgirls.

Kitty Roland caught the last one..

former blackface vaudeville star...
If you plan on being a comic be

sure and take boxing tuition. Two
borscht circuit clttans were flat'
tened by hecklers last week.1 One

was Eddie White ... Seven new lazz

joynts opened in the last 3 weeks.

six are expected to face by Ctt
mas ..." Bob Haymes ex-wife Eu Eunice
nice Eunice and CBS radio exec H. Barnes

fell in love all over again in Yur Yur-rop...
rop... Yur-rop... Isn't composer Burton Lane
about to make a romantic state

ment? ... The Kim Novak-Colum

Infl bids. Wot's he uo to? ...Ma

rilyn. Monroe will make a song
ilhum nfin. TitleH- "Marilw Mnn.

roe an F?iendv" .The Jrtend. wiU

ley, dancer in "Plain and Fancy
and Air Force Capt.' Edgar Whee-

lock ended their marriage of 30

months... It s a baby girj at the
Robert Morrises of the Senate In Internal
ternal Internal Security Coram.
, "Paris Blues" money man Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Kahn (active in Republican

affairs) was asked to use his in

fluence to get an Israeli-French
gal's temporary visa extended.
He's doing better than that. He's
marrying her... Mona Crawford
(former "Miss Delaware"), who
divorced her millionaire a year
ago, is back readying a night club
act... Cynthia Brooks, who made
Life mag and headlines selling
photos of herself via the mails af

ter a phone teaser campaign), be

comes Mrs. Morris Levy soon, xne
wedding will take place on his

Long Issland yacht... J. Burton Co
bett of Boston society and Jo Bee

Ayres, dancing lead in tne "Zieg "Zieg-feld
feld "Zieg-feld Follies" of '58. have that eooe-

ment stare in their orbs... Richard

bia Pictures thing is not a press Widmark's interview with Ward

(D

in

Solid silver hand fin finished
ished finished in the tradition
of famous Danish
silversmiths, ::
Prices are less than
half of what these
patterns cost in tha
U.S. ;

mmm

u

Morehouse (about "St. Joan") kill killed
ed killed the friendship with Otto Prem Prem-inger.
inger. Prem-inger. ,t..
Clifford OdetS Is stiU feeding

11 um luuvie cnuc vampDeu JLix
on's comment in a London paper

Recalling Odets' film, "The Big

ivue un wnjen ne bit the HOUy
wood hand that fed him) and oth
er libelsr Critic Dixon JnnnYh-lih.

ed: "A country that has Mr. Ddets
for a citizen doesn't need an ene

my" ... Sinatra's big Yuietide tune
will be "Mistletoe and Holly It
has a "Love and Marriage" swing
... British glamour boy Peter Moore
is that way about. Joan Harrison,
Alf Hitchcock's producer .Woni

James new ; recording click J is
VPay Dreaming; One of Jerome

ern s, best, it ..flopped '16 years
ago The: ;MelJerLrk wiu ,get
$6,500 guesting ,on Jerry l&wis'
frolic Etection Night Add sound sound-alikes:
alikes: sound-alikes: "Lips of Wine" and "Mem

ories are Made of This" ... True,
"Fascination" is s I mil a r to
"Could've Danced All Night," but

ine lormer is a lone-aeo Italian

iune.

"The Dark At The 'Ton nf the

Stairs," William Inge's new play
with Kazan directing), will fea feature
ture feature Carol Lynley, 15. She gav up
a $35 per hour modeling Job for
the fole... How did, they ever pass
that realistic rape episode in "The
Roots"? A Mexican import.i.ft's
a himage for movie, actor Alex Ni Ni-cols.
cols. Ni-cols. Mother is actress Jean Cole Coleman
man Coleman ... Sarah Piatt (on the staff
at "Ladies Home Junnel") soon

merges wun ur. KODert Laurie

an Army medic ... George Nader

in n wooa ana Anita Morgan, i
New York lovelv. had them

ing at Walsh' stealr ennt If.

daughter for the editor Carl' Bak-

ais. wis next issue of Real submits
new evidence on the murtar-

flier Murphy, allegedly by Trujillo
assassins... The latest chune climb-

ng .up me hit ladder is named:
"Dirt Cnt n.sa.. 1l j.

ha

li:DAIIYuAS GTOIJ

fwlERRY-Gb-ROUrJD

' ir hw riAitor

' $31.69 Per 6 Pieca
Place Setting
Direct C.Z. Delivery

morcuno
, Jewellers

Prima balerina Via KCKsift anI

comedian Gabc Dell reconciled for

me sua time and mrm An thiv wl

noueymoon Lou,, gQOe heir heiress
ess heiress Sue Shillington (her ladder's
prer of Int'l Shoes) rezoomed witfi

cowDoy-pamter Pete Brownlie
Kaye Ballard's manaser r JrV sin

ger) waiU u late for the Latin

Vuarter's sunsetjiaired Charlotte

winson Kaipn Meeker is doing
the stsge door bit at "belts are
Ringing" for blonde dancer Mar Marsha
sha Marsha Rivers ... louise Fiske, who
got her freedom in Florida, Vent

ner cx-groom a pair of cuff links
as a divorce gift ... Micky Callin,
one of the leans in "West Side Sto Story,"
ry," Story," and 'Miss Philadelphia' (Bar (Barbara
bara (Barbara MilerK in the "Miss Unl-

wivv uiku, arc in m mOOG IOT
a preacher. She's in the new Copa
Una 1 ..j Former Magistrate J. Ro-

iaua saia created a scene at Ar Armando's
mando's Armando's when he refused to check
his swagger stick.
Wayne Lonergan, doing 3J jrears
to life (for bopplg his wife on
the bead too hard with a cande candelabra),
labra), candelabra), appears in court in Nov November.
ember. November. Appealing for a new trial.
If be gets lucky, be will control
his son's muia million $ fortune
-.Arthur Fisher, construction heir,
and Snooks Hargrove, model, were
blazing until she introduced him to
her roommate. Vera De Valle, a
Bratilaa beaut Til MaUch, son
nl tha Antrin .k i .1 .L.

TUN, appears to have found his

"men wita looker Georgette Comp
ton at the Viennese Laatern...Ae Laatern...Ae-,tress
,tress Laatern...Ae-,tress Mana Corbett becomes Mrs.
I Jerry Goldberg sooa. New trend:
Joaa CoUins, Tina Louise and Zsa-
Zss Gabor took ther mothers a a-,kmg
,kmg a-,kmg on their recent Little dub
dates. We assume they cleaned
op the Jokes ... Tern pus sure do
Ifujit: Jimmy Boyd, the kid who
'popularised "I Saw Mommy Kiss-
ing Santa daus," bow woos Susan
! Storm. She's 17 ... Add feuds: Sbei-
lah Graham and Mike Todd (not
!m print; they swap furious let let-Iters);
Iters); let-Iters); Dorothy Kilgallea and Ethel
Merman.

ATHFNft j The Greeks have a

word for John Foster Dulles. It
Is "Anekdiegetos" and it's difu-.

cult to Iransiate, .,
.., It means a short story that can t
be told in a short story, which is
another way of saying they dont
understand Dulles, can't explain

Dulles, and dont like Dulles.

Americans, watching ina wraan
scan, put it another w a y
namely, that every time tha U
nitad States has piled up wood wood-will
will wood-will with GrMot, Dullaa knocks
it ever with single statamant.
Two vears aeo this month Dul

les did this by sending identic

notes to Greece and Turkey after

the Turks had broken open Greek

stores in Turkey; ruined several
million, dollars worth of produce,

desecrated Greek churches, scalp scalped
ed scalped a Greek toriest and strewn thfi

bones of Greek,, graves", overt the
landscape.

Completely failing w ainerenu ainerenu-ate
ate ainerenu-ate between the aggressor and the
oorieved. Dulles sunt eoual notes

of admonition to both Greece and
Turkey. He had much better said

absolutely nothing.' n --

The result ; was t a storm 01

ftraek indianation plus the. stoning

of the American consulate n Sa Salonika,
lonika, Salonika, i r,r i

1 .J
ANOTHER FAUX PAS.,
This September, almost on the

anniversary of Dulles' former

honhoo: someone in bis State De

partment dropped another off-the-cuff
remark that left the sensitive

ureea people seeuuug. r'.i

it wai stated at tne biaie x'e

partment that neither President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower nor Dulles would receive

the famed Cypriot patriot. Arch

bishop Makarlos, when ne came

to the united states.
Cvorua iis a Mediterranean is

land which may not mean much

to the average American, but in

Greece this was ute y e 1 1 1 n g
"Down with the' Pone" on ,the

steps of Cardinal SpeUman's arch archdiocese
diocese archdiocese in Fifth Avenue, tj

Archmshop Makarios hadn t ask

ed to see Dulles: or Eisenhower,

had not- ye left for the USA,
might not even .have gone to
Washington. Yet the State Depart Department
ment Department handed him a gratuitous
slan-lni-advance anyway.
On top of this, and only a few
days later, the Voice of America
congratulated the Turks on their
victory day celebration of the 1922
war with Greece.
True; the Voice of America has.
always done this, just as the A A-merican
merican A-merican Ambassador in Greece
attends the anniversary of the
battle when the Greeks i pushed
the Tih-ks out of 'Athens. '

M'But coming ligni auer tnajma-

kanos snuDf tne comnineo ouuuoa

offset several hundred million aoi
lor. Worth nf -fnrpJcn aid oour

ed into Greece, A kind word, es

pecially in Greece, will sometimes
work more miracles than: dollars
anyway. In this case the unkind

word undid the work of dollars,

Here are samples of how Greek
newspapers, usually friendly 'to
the United States, famed against

the State Department:
Elatftheria: "Americans ; some
times can be unbearably rude.

What did American leaders do
after making their decision (not

to receive Makarios)? Did they
wait, for the Archbishop to go
there and ask for an audience?

No. They called a press confer

ence and told the press tb convey
to the four corners of the world
that neither the White House nor

the State Department will re

ceive Makarios. That is where

rudeness lies."
AMERICAN PEOPLE J
' V.S. DULLES

Ethnest "Yesterday's announce

ment Of the United States State
Department was surprising,' unjus unjustified
tified unjustified and unusuaL This announce announcement
ment announcement does not create to the
Greek people simply a feeling of
bitterness, but also a feeling of in indignation.
dignation. indignation. It insults the self re respect
spect respect of Greece. : '.Makarios will
go to the United States because

- i ). i fT

there live the American people,
who in their majority, are pure,'
honest and fair." n
Ethnos also carried a v cartoon' t
showing' Eisenhower and Dulles
walking away as the Statue of Li. :
berty shook hands with Archbishop Archbishop-Makarios,
Makarios, Archbishop-Makarios, saying "Don't pay any any-attention
attention any-attention to them. I represent A A-merica."
merica." A-merica." v
- For some time, Greeks have -been
suspicious of ex Governor
Tom Dewey of New York who re receives
ceives receives a $150,000 retainer from
the Turkish Government to advise
on American problems including
an increase of American aid.'
They distrust the old Dewey-Dul-les
political axis; long potent in
New York state, and are not un. :
aware of the fact that Dewey help helped
ed helped appoint several member at

the Eisenhower cabinet, including
Dulles. r

DEWEY V.S. JOHN ROOSEVELT
This may be why, the Greeks

recently retained 'John Roosevelt,,
only member of FDR's family.

who is a Republican.
Suspicions of Dewey's influence

was voiced, in' the newspaper A.
thinaiki regarding the Makarios

snub. ' "f
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1922 victory against Greece?" -.
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have stepped in long ago to settle --the
the --the political sore on Cyprjir which
if left to fester longer tcould bring
grave bitterness, perhaps even bos
tilities between three important A
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PAGE TEREX

From Battle Of Bull Hun To

20th Infantry
The famous 20th Infantry station
ed at Fort Kobbe. under the com
mand of Col. Robert W.! Garrett,
celebrates its 91st birthday tomor
rnw iii'
. .The history or the Regiment, is
one of the most interesting and il illustrious
lustrious illustrious facets of the story of the
: e-rnwth nf th United States Of A-
merica. Actrve throughout the Ci
vil War, the Regulars, under the
command or uenerai eoie
Sykes, participated in every ma major
jor major 'campaign with the Army j of
the Potomac.
5Th heroic me if Wii unit;
gained for themselves the nam
"Sykes' Regulars" during the
Second Battle of Bull Run, when
they charged Stonewall Jack
son's Brigade with fixed bayo bayo-,
, bayo-, nets to cover the retreat of the
Union Army. Of this actio n
.General McDowell , stated,
"Sykes' Regulars saved the Ar Ar-my."
my." Ar-my." XtUUI pUUS UHLUC Vll l-v win
rletion of the War Between the
Sates, the- name Sykes Regulars
Is cited in terms of honorable
service and of outstanding achieve'
ments in nracticalhr every; cam.'
paign of the Army of the Poto
mac. -1
Upon the completion of the War,
the 20tn infantry served wiro an
tinction in Virginia and Louisiana
durum he reconstruction era.
In March. 1869. the Regiment
was transfered to what was then
known as the. Department of the
. Dakota, and for several years
participated in the coloriul devel devel-'
' devel-' opment of, the western United
States. Protecting settlers, safe safeguarding
guarding safeguarding pioneer trains, participat participating
ing participating in different wards with t h e
predominately! hostile Indian
tribes these 1 and other services
were rendered by the 20th during
this period.' t '-
Units of the 20th Infantry were
attached to General Geerg
Local Roslcrucians
To Mark Building
Of Great Pyramid
" On Sept. 23, when 1 the sun on
its ecliptical journey crosses the
celestial equator for the- autumnal
eauinox. Rosicrucians- inrougnoui
the world commemorate the build
ing of the Great .ryramia."
Joseph S. uownermasier oi uie
local MORC Rosicruciaa Pronoos.
states that Rosicrucians throughout
rthe jurisdiction of the philosophic
order will, gather for a ceremony
oil Sunday to: symbolically re-en
act the building oi tne ureax ryr ryr-amid
amid ryr-amid -r Cheops. ....
Aiin ...nf to ; Rosicrucian tradi
tions, Downet said, the pyramid of
Cheops at Uiza was oegun sdou.
4000 B.C.,' on the occasion of the
fall equinox.' Unlike the other pyr pyramids
amids pyramids built during the pyramid
Ace of .Egypt, it was not mtendea
as a -burial place for a vain Para
. oh who desired a monument of
his jeien. but as a temple of learn-
ins:. The construction of the Great
Pyramid required a knowledge of
all therknown sciences of that pe-
riou. lis ouiiaing euiaueu niaa niaa-tery
tery niaa-tery of mathematics and physics,
and a considerable understanding
of those fundamentals of astrono
my recognized today.'
'Th Rosicrucians; trace' their
"traditional origin and back to the
year 1350; B.C." when Ameanhotep
rv was Pharaoh of Egypt and his
torically known as the urst great
personality in history and they .com-
a ritualistic construction of a ml-
. wiiariira nvramin s nn ibviiiw iii
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each stone represents to them the
Mi tnteK..Mlninll.hniaM, M h A
tence. The apex will be placed up upon
on upon a miniature pyramid at a fu
ture time wnen me taeais ot me
Rosicrucian movement have been
realized. .' s
will h naptjfi Willv at "Tim
Hermanas" farm in Quebrada Bo-
nita (Near Buena vista) at 1:30 p.m.
Tha nublic is invited to witness
the ritual and participate in the I
fete. ;, .- -.
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MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE
: SYKES, first and most famous
commander 'of the 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Regiment, posed for this
picture late in his career after
action in Florida against the
Seminole Indians, battling
Mexican forces near Vera
Cruz, leading ft division- for
mnnh nf t.h f!!vll War Hud
acting as commanding officer'
of the 20th miamry lor over
a decade..
Custer's command ; during his
famous Black Hills expedition,
and the Regulars ware repre represented
sented represented at the most famous In
dian battle, that of "Little Big
Horn" batter known as "C u S
tor's Last Stand."
In .1898.' Svkes'. Regulars sailed
for Cuba, where, because of their
action, they gained still another
title, that ot "Green Ghosts of the
Jungle." Highly lauded for their
bravery in Xuba: upon the suc
cessful completion of this cam
paign, they were returned to i ort
Leavenworth, iwangas, where in
December, 1898, the Regiment re
ceived orders to move to the Phi
lippmes. i
For three years the Regulars
fought the fierce rebels of the
Aquwido Insurercuon. Its mis mission,
sion, mission, more than one of battle, con
tained the responsibility of provid providing
ing providing law, order and police protec
tion against, assassins and guerilla
activity.
The esteem with which the unit
was held in the minds of the Phi Philippine
lippine Philippine people might be expressed
by the fact that the people re requested
quested requested the 20th Infantry return
for two subsequent tours.
During World War I, S y k e s'
Regmars were again wcalled to
J battle.-,, this, time, jn Europe, .but
i . .... .-.
were aeniea rrontuae participation
lor'-just -as tne advance party ar
rivea m ji-urope, armistice, was
declared. i. a s
World War II found the 20th.
serving as a part of tho eth Di Division.
vision. Division. Arriving at Maffin Bay,
Now Guinea, n June 1, 1944,
the Regulars fought through tak
- Ing and holding Lone free Hill
until final resistance was, corn
plotely destroyed in December
of that year. 1
The following month found thm
sailing with General MacArthur,
as he sounht to liberate th Phi
lippines. Hitting Blue Beach on
the Lingayen GuL'. and- faced
with some of the strongest enemy
resistance of the war, Sykes' Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars fought for and took ''Purple
Heart Vallev" said to fc the
bloodiest 6,000 yards in the world.
moving out to Munoz, the Regi Regiment
ment Regiment faced the last eroun of oca-
nized resistance of the war. until
the cease fire was ordered on
Aug., 12, 1945. As the Regulars
came down from the mountain!
they had massed the amazing
recora or a aays oi continuous
combat. :: s .. v..-
In October; 13b5. the 10th,' Tnf.n.
try, still a part of the 6th Divi
sion, sailed from the Philinninp
ior Korea where it served on nr.
cupauon duty untu its inacavation
in January, 1949.
With the arrival of the Korean
conflict cam the Regulars' re reactivation
activation reactivation ordrt in October
mO. Stationed at Port Ord, Cat-
YOU
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Sofa Woy to Personal Ptoco;
fioatant Rout to True Joy. r
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Korean Conflict

. Ifornia, serving as a training u u-the
the u-the Regiment served in the
vital mission of providing com combat
bat combat training for replacements
who were later to face the com communist'
munist' communist' armies in Korea.
; Reorganized in United States Ar Army
my Army Caribbean on May 26 1956, the
20th Infantry continues its envia
ble history. Charted with a multi
plicity of missions, it is unique in
many respects. It is. the only unit
of the United States Army charg charged
ed charged with' the responsibility of main
taining a Jungle Wariare Training
school. i i
The Svkesmen actually h a V e
brought again to life, more than
a half-century later, the old Span
ish-American War title, "Green
Ghosts of the Jungle. Expeditions
of the Regulars have retraced
many- ot the ancient explorers'
trails; have enlarged their jungle
know-how in the virtually unchar
tered Danen country, and have
provided jungle training for their
neighboring units and services.
The art of jungle warfare, as
learned ahrough blood, sweat and
tears in- the teeming jungles of
New Guinea and the Philippines.
has been assigned them for iurth-
er development. 1
Of all the missions of 'the 20th
Infantry today, far from the
least in Importance Is that ef
being "ambassadors of good
will." Serving among their Cen Central
tral Central American neighbors, the op
portunitiea of demonstrating
neighboriinesa through practical
example are everpresont.
Now. as in the oast, the 20th In
fantry serves ; with, distinction As
a deterrent against ; aeeression
and injustice, it stands as a vital
link In the chain of defense of the
Free World. r
Well trained, well eauioned and
combat ready, it patiently p e r r-forms
forms r-forms its missions, filled with
courage that is bom, of loyalty to
all that is noble and worthy. The
motto of' all who serve therein.
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teryear and those of today, is ''To
pcisuituicu juy Duui muse oi
the limit of our ability.
.and be-
yonu.
Britain Boosts
Inieresf Rales
On Premium Loans
LONDON. Sept. 21 (UP)-Britain
boosted interest rates to peace peacetime
time peacetime record and decreed new aus austerity
terity austerity today in a drastic attempt to
save sterung currency from lol
lowing the French franc into fore
ed devaluation. .
j The Bank of England raised its
rate on 'premium Joans the bank
is the highest since 1920. Practical-
is the highest since 1020. Practical
ly all interest rates follow the
bank rate.
Simultaneously, Chancellor of
the Exchequer Peter Thorneycroft
announced a freeze on bank loans
and abandonment of plans to in
crease government capital spend'
ing in the next two years.
- The news shocked financial
quarters. Government bonds gilt
edge dropped as much as two
points within a half -hour.
Thorneycroft leaves today for
the annual meeting of the Inter
national Monetary .Fund in' Wash
ington and it was clear- the gov government
ernment government timed its moves to de
fend Pounds sterling against in
creasing demands for some form
of devaluation. ..j f
He said the government intends
to maintain the official exchange
rate at $2.80 to the pound.
Thorneycroft said he ordered
banks to hold their total of out
standing loans in the next 12
months to the average for the
last 12 which implies a cut in
spending power because of creep creeping
ing creeping inflation.
He. said plans to Increase gov
ernment, spending "Substantially"
in the next two years will be
dropped. This means holding the
line in government housing, mo modernization
dernization modernization of the ; nationalized
railways, coal mines and electric
systems and defense spending.
RIOTS WORRY AFRICANS
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
(UP) Deputy police Commission'
er P. Grobler today, assured the
euy s worried wnite population
that native violence would not
spread. 5 "-. v
Forty natives died after recent
noting in the native township, and
it was teared the fighting would
spread into the city. Grobler said
the rioting was "only a matter of
differences Between the natives
themselves." He said police have
tasen precautions to prevent nirtn
er violence. ...
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pecaace est ewrt Hot vatoe tkaa
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tmand, Com-tmand, receives a suggestion award .certificate- and $10 from
Lt. Col. Rlcbard T. -Uvely, base executive offlqer, Albrook Air
Force Base.- Valdez proposed the use of IBM cards lor trans transmitting
mitting transmitting messages on the logistic transceiver network," which
eliminates the use of voice on the circuit, saving time and
Increasing efficiency. TSgt. ffesse H Milf ord (left), secre secretary
tary secretary of the military awards committee, observes the. presenta presenta-tlon.
tlon. presenta-tlon. , f U S. Army Photo)

Water Supply Threatened As Crew

Combs Grass For
THAMESV1LLE,' 6nt., Sept. 21
fUP Workmen hunted feverishlv
in Dusnes and weeds today for 12
tons of deadly cyanide pellets
strewn by a train-truck collision
The-threat of rain increased the
hazard for this town's 1,200 resi
dents,- v k. r
Authorities feared they- would
not be able to find all of the cya cyanide
nide cyanide before rain dissolved the golf golf-ball
ball golf-ball 'size pellets and carried the
poisonous solution underground
where it could seep into the ci city's
ty's city's water supply,
vTba infected area a' 400-yard
strip along the railroad tracks at
the east edge of the business district-
was cordoned off by civil civil-defense
defense civil-defense and army reserve forces.
Children were warned to stay
clear lest one pick up one of the
pellets. A taste of cyanide is fatal.
The white pellets scattered along
the tracks were sodium" cyanide:
It possesses the same fatal cha characteristics
racteristics characteristics as potassium cyanide,
which is dropped in pellet form
into sulphuric acid in gas chamb
er executions.
Nszi leader Her m a Goerlnc
gulped a cyanide pellet minutes
before he was scheduled to be
hapged after World War II.
Chemists discounted fears that
rain falling on the cyanide pellets
would produce the toiler gas, hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen cyanide. They said the pel pellets
lets pellets would have to come into con
tact with an acid before produc producing
ing producing the fumes.
The main threat was under under-ground
ground under-ground seepage of the pellets. Ma
ny;, nearby homes have shallow
water wells.
More than 150 men worked a-
long the tracks collecting the pel
lets. They were swept in piles
and shoveled, into cardboard can can-nisters,
nisters, can-nisters, then taken by truck to
an isolated area where bulldozer
buried ihem.. .'
Other workmen donned protec-
' MOUTH OP A BABE
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. (UPVl
To hear 9-vear-old Philio fiillev
tall it .f4 4UtU Li. ..I
.cu iv, ;vu u ujiu& turn Afluicr waa
the town drunk.
George Biller was recently
namedadirector of the Grand Rap Rapids
ids Rapids alcoholism center. Philip, when
asked by his teacher for his fath father's
er's father's occupation, answeredl -"My
father Is the chief alcohol.
ie in Grand Rapids."
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for n ajes)
"Many people have had unanswered Bible questions
'for years. Our Sunday School is committed to teach
God's Word. Your questions And an answer here."
1 1 :00 "CHRlSrs GREATEST QUESTION"
"Jesus asked many questions. But His (rreatest crues crues-r
r crues-r tlon He never answered. Why? He could not answer!
You are invited to hear the question Jesus asked
but could not answer ' -'
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7:00 rcONQUERiNQ PRAYER" ., :
"Why are Christians so neglectful in urayer? Real
' prayer has a high price. A message for every be believer.
liever. believer. -T i
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Cyanide Pellets
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tive gloves and probed cautiously
inrougn unaertvrusn. not washed
off promptly, cyanide can cause
sxin tvurns.
inamesvilie located about 65
miles from Detroit .was under
state of emereencv. Police Chinf
KODert Letts said it might be
three days before emergency reg regulations
ulations regulations were lifted.
. The truck, carrvinr the rvinid
uic wuiruiii piani mi magara
raus. n. x,, io uanada, was
struck by a soeedinfif Canadian Na-
xionai Kaiiways train. : ...
.. ine impact ripped the tractor
irom tne trailer and split the trail trailer
er trailer in half. The pellets flew in
direction as the train dragged the
uiBiigieu.iraiier ior a quarter mile.'
rower unes were uorooteri ami
35-mile area was without lipht
: The truck driver, f;J. C filuder,
35, of Wayne, Alkh.; escaped with
head and arm injurfe Although
the CoUision welded pabtf of the
trailer into the locomotive, none
of the train's passengers was in-
jurea.
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA GUARDIA
WILL ATTEND BENEFIT DANCE TONIGHT
The President of Panama and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guar Guar-'
' Guar-' dia Jr. will attend the benefit dance and floor show to be
t stared this evening at the Union Club to raise funds to
rehabilitate the local school for the deaf, dumb and blind

children.

I TV erhnnl. situated on Justo

' Arosemesa Avenue at the en
!T trance to Bella Vista, is reputed

. i in Hascpr of fallinc apart, so

m ro it nroDS and umoeib.

!. v.- fhia crhnnl is known thrnug!

W th nation for the work it is

" doing for physically disabled chu-
dren some of whom share all three
afflictions.
" Mrs. Carlos Navarro, chairman
II of the El Cangrejo Civic Commit-
tee, is among the most active pro pro-'
' pro-' molers of the benetit which will
present an estertainmcnt program
featuring some of Panama's most
talented artists in the realm oi
music, dancing and singing. The
party will be centered on the Boli-
var Terrace of the club.
Entertainers will include Mrs.
'Anita Villalaz who will present a
IJone-act'comedy; solo or duo danc-1
Met by Mrs. Maritza Diez de Mora Mora-'
' Mora-' leg and her brother, Jorge Diez;
Spanish dances by the pupils of
JjMrs. Blanca Corsi de Ripol, Mrs.
. Norma Morales de Guizado, Mrs.
J Irma Wise and vocal numbers by
t.the famous tesor Mario Gutierrez.!

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Professor Hans J a no wit z will
be at the piano. Other local start
will include Mrs. Cococha de Es-

triDeaut. Roberto v.. Nunez, mrs

Gladys Heurtematte (with ballet
numburs). Admission for the bril

liant performance is one dollar

per person,
President Elect
Of Soroptimists
To Ei Honored

Mrs. Lily Quamberg, vice pres

ident asd president elect of the
American Federation of Soropti Soropti-mist
mist Soropti-mist Clubs', will be feted by the
Soroptimist Club of Panama with
a tea at the Panama Golf Club on
Wednesday.
All Canal Zone Soroptimists are

asked to advise Lynn Wheeler of

fice. Albrook 5231, home Curun-

du 5296 and ail Panama soropti

mists are asked to advise Audrey
Kline office Pasama 3-1660. home

3-6013 if they wish to attend.

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Delta Zeta sorority and to assist

in Rush Week at the University.

Miss Patricia Ltach
Returns To Collect

Miss Patricia z Anne L e a c h,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John

H. Leach, of Margarita, C.Z., left

by plane on Sept. 10, to enter her
Sophomore year at the University

of Tennessee is Knoxvme. sne is
majoring in Speech Therapy. En
route she visited friends in Atlan

ta, Georgia, She returned to

school early to be initiated into
the Beta Lambda Chapter of the

DOROTHY CHASE'S
1 Fall Classes Begin October 1st.
at the Balboa YMCA
INCLUDE:
v Ballet (th foundation for every field of dance)
Tap Toe LJmberjng & Body Placement
Women'a classes and Tumbling for ''Little Guys."
, For further Information Phone Balboa 1751 )

Amador Officers
Wives Bring Donations
To Coffoo Party

Baskets and boxes were filled

to the brim as members of the Ft

Amador Officers' i Wives' Club

gathered Wednesday in the Ama Amador
dor Amador Officers' Open Mess to, turn

in clothing and school supplies for

use in the rural schools-of r ana

ma. Additional contributions also

have been promised for this phase
of the club's welfare work, ac according
cording according to welfare chairman Mrs.
John D. Mack. ?
Seventy women attended the
morning coffee, during which Mrs.
Ferdinand J. Tate introduced a
large group of new members.

Hostesses lor the day were

wives of Military Missions Section

officers, with Mrs. A. A. Greene

as chairman.
Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold, Mrs.
Louis V. Hightower and Mrs. Mil Milton
ton Milton L. Ogden presided at the cof

fee table which featured a center

piece of green branches and mia-
i-A I L I ,

laiure wooaen onus, jiqna-carvea

in Colombia.

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Formor Culick '
Sorgosnt Spondi ''
Loo vi Here

Sercesnt Ismael Cresoo Vtet.

formerly assigned to the Fort Gu-

Jick dispessary, and, since Au

gust, assigned to the reassignment
section, personnel section,' Fort

isuchanan, P.R., is spending his

30-day reenlistment leave in Pa

nama. ,

-. Sgt. Crespo and, his wife, Elsa,

are, iivmg at ya central Avenue,

Apanmeni no. t, ranama Llty.
The serseant worked in th Vk

uuiiL-s. uisuensarv ior lour nn

nan years.

in

eve

"Nlght ln Hawaii"
Danes At YMCA
Tonight
An orchestra dance, "Night
Hawaii,' will be held this

nig at the Balboa YMCA-USO for

service personnel.
Music for the dance will be fur

nished by At Martin and his

band, and there will be refresh

ments and entertainment.

The handball group meets next

Thursday evening, Sept. 26.

6:30. Anyone interested in learn

ing the game should be at the

YMCA for the meeting Thursday

FOR RURAL SCHOOLS Board members of the Fort Amador

Officers' Wives Club examine some of the articles for use liK

rural schools in Panama, contributed by club members' who

attended a coffee Wednesday morning in the Amador OfflJ
ran! rnn Kw Tinlrln nvv t.H nVtnnK simnlf em' tflilnh nprA N

donated are. left to right, Mrs. Carroll B. McMath, club pres

ident; Mrs. Hilton L. Ogden, honorary vice-president; Mrs.
Thomas L. Harrold,' honorary president and -Mrs. John-D.
Mack, welfare chairman. (U.S. Army : Photo)

9 US Ambassadors

Assemble In London

For Secret Talks

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LONDON. (UP) U.S. ambss

sadors from nine nations includ

ing Russia assembled here yester

dav for secret talks on American

foreign policy, new Soviet moves

and Germany's post-election out

look. r

The meeting is the State Depart

ment's annual Northern Europe

conference. Assistant Secretary of

state waiter waimsiey new to

London to preside.

Moscow envoy Llewellyn Thomp

son. NATO Ambassador Georee

Ferklns and envoys to Canada,
Iceland, Ireland, Britan, Sweden,
Norway, Finland and Denmark
joined in the two-day. session at

the U.S.' Embassy. .
' Officials refused all comment on

(he agenda except that "mutual

problems.', .would, be discussed.
However, authoritative t sources
said two nUjor'regional subjects
would come up for study: '-, '
The Baltic, where : Russia Is

busily waging ,a diplomatic, and
propaganda offensive against NA

TO unity. Some segments of San San-dinavian
dinavian San-dinavian public bpinion are consi considered
dered considered particularly vulnerable to

Moscow s alternating threatened-

peace offensives.

Germany, where nro-Western

Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has

just won a new four- year term

and where Russia has recently I prayer meeting held by the Coun-

naraenea ui annuae to reuniiica-1 cil in this Church, because of the

uou except on communist terms.idembiishment of the town,

Auxiliary Chaplain
Rey.Soerhelder;
Preaching At Davis

"Due to the delay. In the arrival

of the new chaplain for Fort Davis,
Rev. Lester J. Soerhelde who is
auxiliary chaplain for the Army,

will be preaching there for the next

several bundaysv f-n
Besides his post as sub-chaolain

Soerheide is director of Editorial

Caribe, the Panamanian outlet for

Bibles and religious books in Span-

lsn jana jcgiisn. Mie is an oroamea
Presbyterian .minister with expe

rience in many fields, both in the

States and other countries.' Dur During
ing During the war.he was a chaplain in

the Navy and was in the Okinawa
campaign; :plf-K

' This Sunday : Soerheide w 1 1 1

preach on the topifrA"The Call, The
Gift, and The. Promise." Morning
services begin t at r 10:30. V All ate

welcome, r.

Prayer, MeetinjafAt

La doco Lhurch

The Evangelical laymen's Cttun

cil of Panama and the Canal Zone
will hold its monthly regu'ar meet

ing today at the Boyd Memorial

Baptist Church in La Boca.
The public is invited to join In
this meeting. This will be the last

LADIES AUXILIARt AT WORK Members of the Ladies Auxiliary Fleet ReserVev Associa- xj
tlon vistl the Port of pilon bringing donations of clothing, food and money .for -the aged.
Shown here with the sisters In .charge of the home : are Tobby Mertala, : president, Peggy
Burkland, Peggy Sanders, Rita Bonzer and Lore tta Lancost.H ..."" V

Redeemer Lutherans

Open Parking Lot
Al Balboa Church

PC0PIE

Of

GOOD fnSTE

I ACM t CAttrVLLT 9ISTIUIB
AN AMD if
VINICOlArtlCORERA.S.A

Tomorsowr'r the wRedeemer Lu

theran Church in Balboa will form formally
ally formally ooen its new parking area, it

was announced by the. Rev. Rob

ert t uussick. pastor or me par

ish. The brief ceremony will take
place at 10 a.m., immediately
preceding the morning, service

The Lieutenant Governor of the

Canal Zone, Col." Hugh M. Arnold,

will cut the official ribbon.'

After the special service, the

League of Lutheran Women' will

serve a buffet lunch to all who are

present. Public, acknowledgement

will be made to all those who aid

ed the congregation in completing

the project. v-w ;:.'.

The new parking area, compns

ing 14,000 -st. ttitti eoncrete pave

ment with.entrances on Wight ana

Carr Streets, was completed '-h by

the congregation itself, which serv
ed as its own contractor. f
.The work was .planned and su

pervised by one of the members,
Jose A. Mora, of Cururidu.. Others

gave .time and equipment for Va

rious phases of the operation.

Allowing space f6r over 40, auto

mobiles the new parking lot will
greatly alleviate the congestion in

the area and will afford conve

nient parking tor those attending

the Lutheran churcn. , -.

Try, Blue Cheese-Clan Dip
As Buffet Party Novelty

By OAYNOR MADDOX","
NKA Feed and MsrkwtS idlfor

'mWlaniieti,,
YW make nzimns

CMCAO.

WE went to an open house -par
ty recently where the dips for PO'

tato chips and cracners were un

usually good. Our hostess gave
us her' recipes Here they are for

your own parties.. ;s
' BIim Chooso-ClamV Dip
f i (Makes about. ps

One cup i sour cresm, ,v i cup
crumbled American blue; cheese
sbout. 3 ounces).; U cup canned

minced clams.? drained. 1 table

sDoon chopped chives. Vi teaspoon

Worcestershire sauce, Mteaspoon
Salt. '".rV'rv". ;s"i;.,;j'' '.
tMWnt'creint "ahd e'h.e s er

blend. Add ; renKifting mgreaienis
ond mix welLiServe as a dip for

crackers or potato chips, as desir
ed. : 'j ? ::A- Wfyl
.Tuna AweeaeVDIa. .?'
i,'. (Makes abouf 2V eups)
t',t t'iX y.t, i'V

'One and three-quarters up s

Unless you can set rid of files

and mosquitoes, ion't plan to
entertain euests out-of-doors. v I

They won't be comfortable If on

they are slapplnr at mosquitoes; selected from amonjr Qualified ci-

or trying to keep flies off food. Ivilian and military personnel.,-

Clayton Ordnance

Men In Ecuador
To4 Train Soldiers

'CWO Jack W. Nelson, 665th Ord

nance Detachment Fort Clayton,
departed Tocumen Airport Monday
for QuitoK Ecuador, where he will
instruct enlisted men and officers

in the Ecuadorean Army in orga

nizational maintenance procedures

for 40mm AAA guns and .direc

tors. -'',': '-. .' J-- i

Nelson, along with William M.

Stock, an Ordnance artillery me
chanic. make ud a mobile train'

ing team which was requested by

Colonel Dan S. McMillin, Milita

ry Missions chiefi n Ecuador.

All classes which Nelson and

Stock give during the 55-day ses session
sion session will be in English with inter

preters for support. .- ;
Training teams representing U.
S. Army Caribbean are sent out

a request basis only and are

avoca

style1

mashed avocado (1 large

do )j 1 6V4-ounce; canrehunk

tuna, drained, 2 tablesDodns. lem

on, juice, 3 tablespoons .F r e n e h
dressing, salt and pepper to taste.
. Combine alligred;ents and .mix
well: chill. Serve as a din f or po

tato chips Of crackers, as desired,-

,A Watoreres. Olive' Dip
(Msks, ebeMt,1; eups)t;,
k i
.One 3-ounce package .e r e a m
cheese, softened, V cup, chopped
pimento-stuffed green 'olives, 2 ,ta
blespoons myonhaiie,'r H f C ti p
chopped watercress, crackers .or
potato chips. .4 icv -,. ';"'5'r
Beat cheese until light and fluf fluffy.
fy. fluffy. Add olives, mayonnaise rand
watercress. Mix well. Serve as a
dip with crsckers or potato chips.

Requiem Miiss

A reeulem mass willne simr

for the. repose of the soul of the

late Claris George Williams
on Wednesday morning at 6:39
at the St. John Baptist de
Salle Church In f arque Le-

fern..

Russians Building;

Huge Power Plant
" LONDON. Sept: 21 (UP)-Radie

Moscow said yesterday thar Russia

had begun work on "the largest'
hydro-electric plant in the world."
The broadcast said the i Power
plant would have capacity of
four million kilowatts. r

Quake In Sl Africa
CAPETOWN, South AfrlcaV Sept
21 UP South Africa's ; first
earthquake in seven-years shook
Capetown for 17. seconds yesterday
The tremor was described as

rV". .. ... ..but i.Ei! -"' fiv rrl I

Richer .
Finer .

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DOLORES and her TRIO
In the CLUB 4:30 '?"
Frl, 8a t. it Sun. with
RODJIE & KELLY, tapdancers
who won last Wednesday's
Variety Nig hr Show.

LUCH0 AZCARRAGA
and his trio playir.f for" -the
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCF
Also plays once weekly with his
Conjunto on. Xucho Night"

THE BARON, popular ealyps''
Inrer Don Rrrant on weekend

plus surprise acts In .the Informal 4 J

CLARENCE MARTIN'S v i -Orchestra
r:
playing In the Bella .Vista? : j
rll,

Singer Betty Williamson..,

, LOPEZ Jlhc MAGICIAN ;
' entertalnlnf all 'ages at the popular j
SUNDAY BRUNCH' DANCH from

en0yT yourself It's

cheaper than you think

at :

uaioos rr. nwi is
M.C. on Wed. variety Show. y

tmii'i mix utM.
11:30 ajn. In tht Balboa Roam. .
ANOTHER OF 2V E ST LE'8 GOOD THINGS

A Ktrkrfcy B4H



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L ( Ptnimat and Calan, Ruklic !. Faaama. axt4 t tileiai at all
: timaa fa men. and waiCaa af tha armatf aarvkaa, and la civilian aaiaV
kan,- frlandi mt itrinfaw." ", ' 1 -
lt A a. public aarviaa, Tba Piaama Amaricaa Jisti aalaw, ly aaaaml aaaaml-aatjant,
aatjant, aaaaml-aatjant, aaticpa af hovft af wanhia ana afhar Mtalar actMtltt...
Lhfinfi art nitnU f ram tima la lima, ftanaminatiant hvtn aar
.an r Iwa eiatraa.tiant tt UH4 mndtr "Otfia Churchai a Urrieu.
A icll HtHnf h tnclua'ad far aarykat at Amy aartt, Air Cant aaaat
and Naval alatianl 4 1
Minhtara, church tacratarlaa ana chaalaia ara aka4 fa mfarra tha
atwt daik la writlaf ay Waa'aata'ay aaa at tha lata af any chanfat
for tha caai)n Saturday'i church aafa.

Cslhslic
.-a, ailfl CMLHU.H aialb
"Sundajr. Uwm ,1:00. a:oa ana
a.m. -. u
Holy Day Majaaai Ma. M. U4 aJ
and a:00 vml.-,
1. ftanfcffirion:
Coniassfom: Saturday. :3 t IM
ana :oa In IM e.aa. TtaundaV,
acart
aiiraauioua Haaai ,novanai fw pjn
nfi' Mnndava. 1
, Cataohiam alaaai aitar ;tHa :0a aaam
on Sunday i
. Hiah School Study Clua M ML dfl
' aACBKD MfcAaVtv-Ancaa
iuuUv MaaMta: BM. IM MM ajfl
Haavbaa aiaaaaa.-, I4S t and a:at
am ' 1,.'.
cniuccwonai uturoay aan is a.w ana
7:18 ta Q a.m- Tnuraoay aaaara tvat
Saerad Haart Davoilona' am. a
fWdaya.
catacnuaa uaar aa la w pm an
OUtt lAbl W rATIMA-amaid
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Catacftifta CUa Saturday Iff aM
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Holy Day Matt at a:oB.aa
- Wookdav Mamaa! HM a.m.
Cpnfauianal Saturday tSA ta dJS and
lltacnim wuuaii axuioaj aw w -.aw
A Ml
aftiracumav aaaowi nwansi
140 tun.
an Friday
cenvar,
Initruetienai
"thuraday tifja
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at. riNCENfS-Panama Ot
Sunday Maaam: i:00 and S:M AJA.
1 Dav llaaMat t:t an 140 Ma,
fit la falla an Saturda. tha ara
tJOQ ana aao w,!.
irt-aalnwalL aWfcnMa 140 ta S:OI and
1:00 ta SM -am. Tbuiaaaya- batata tTrat
rrlday T:ao pm. s 7
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ma of mat waaaj maay :pr pm.
CatacMam Claw:, Attar :ram an
Sunday
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St. THEKCSA'B Caaal
a.u4 u.m, ana am.
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ta Saturday a 0 a.m.) v.
Cataeblam Claaai S30 M $M .m. at)
Monday.
Confaananat aiin m nam ataa. awaajk
sr. jon VMpntt i u SAiXt
, Paniaa Laf avra
Sunday 'Mama: 0: and I.W A.M.
oiuk n u.hi a-xa Mna- Thiifa.
rrti and Sat rtrat Friday maaai 00 am.
W Bar laaaiaN :W om.,ta i0
m. ...
rMMMi I M dst and Isa) fa
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Canrart CUaat aaaaalay 10
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a.mm aT.alSi tat SMkv
Canfaarlona: Saturday. 4 M ta 10 and
7;M to sat pm-,
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.la .d tiaa maL
Saaaraal Haart Havana! Friday 1 3 pm
Sunday Eyanint Sandem 1:00 pm.
CorrraH Claaai Tla pm. jn Itandaya
fM !njraoAy ;
Catacbttm warn: anjnnay jv .na
IlrtA In a- wo p.m. iw mm p.m.
rilU riavacynkal tlna at Mom Blaaa-
ad SaaramanA all day lUpaaltlan At 40
aa. fcaturoay mornmi. 1
Firtt Saturday D-vatiatM Ob aof UAy
1 rauma Tna fiojt aoaaij a:w a.
riMi r-juitmiinlMi Tnatrueiiona Aor anil-
ran 14ndya and. thuradayaS:a ta
Wm t .-c-.--
MTSACVLOUS MEDAIi-Crlathal
undav Maasca: 1300. 1:00 and 10 -M am.
Holy bur Uaaata. 440. ;0 am. AAA
CwiaaalanM Sady"4a to lioo and
7Mta a;w p.m. Anar noaary aacn va
ning. .' '
Mlraeuioua Maam navanai ana
70 p.m. e Manday. :
Catachlam Clam:. Ait at IM ma aa
Sunday. -; -v -
Fh-st Friday KzooaiUoa all dav durlni
tna ncnooj ear.
First Saaurdayl Otam at p:0t am. j-
HOLT FAMItt CHURCll ta ttargltNa
Sunday Mmi 740, SJa, U i aa
rirat Saturday Maaai ..... p :oo am.
Weekday Vaama: 0:00 am.
' Saturday .. iv9 P.m. ta 140 pan.
MiraaMieut Medal Havana. t wo pm.
Hoiy Day auaaaat ta an. pm
vnnwaiofi ,. am pjat, ta A
vary Mattaay.
A.Mj.k -t,ii aiiIM ill
Saitedl-tlen ............ IM am
awarv WaatnaaflAa.
ateuaatan laajuiry Cfoup tltS Am.
aver? Mdfy.
laf .FrMay 0etMna ... 10 p rh.
lai awttaraay Pavallaaa .. IA0 pm.
ST. TiaCtiNTSahabaei Ota
Maaaaaa: 0 JO A BA arm ISM
Hory Day Mmbb.1 OAS am. and taM
corrraanniii: i ny oa am anA iaa a.
aiv p.m &ann-oay.
CatacAhta Clam: 10:40 am. an undav
Caaraajrt Clam avtry Manday at I At
a
aiavtBA lam pm
aaai tMim A
Taaaaty.
ad aaaat
Friday.
Simdav au' Sua am
Holy Day
CWaaaeoa
tm to 140 PAL aa Set-

IaH.t.

Caaar, tSaa.. a am aa ttmut
OLB LatBI Of OfOt COUkAaX
' ft.aaa t -'
SunAar Mtaaaai I
Hair DAP llinii
at. AA
; dam am.
SaM
CuAfa.il a StMaMea at ta a. ui'
BantMM Ay awaawt
V -awuoua Haul - taa a
A TMaday. a. ""
Baaal If ait a.ni i i
Fnoay.
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4A a -a on Mom...

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. Hthat Oaadam, S.T.B,
Tha vary Set. Malawi jr. fatatwa,
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-' ANCON, tJS
ran catciaoral of sr. Ltnu
. SUNDAYS .-
i Mi a.m.- tiaiy Caanianm -1 ".,
AM am Ranta Commuruan UtA Sua,
oay. -a.m.
Church School.' .'
a .Ca tm. facuala Domini aaL
ilAiaaa atornina Pravar anA lanM
r-.oij bonunuiuan, ,i(im am
oayi
140 Pin. Avaning Prayer and Sanson
, WJtbNE&DAYS
dJtiaAk. Holy Cammunlom
law art SverunA IP ray or,
l"' HOLT DAVS
03 am tMy Communiea,
- a m Holy Communion,
alAaiV--,,
d:U a.aa. Mornlna Pra. .-
II Mwda Uuauonary. PrayarA
- ,cocou, ' t
t Chare af St' Andravr
Tha Rav. Wllllaaj W. SaMwIa.
Priaal faa I'kirn 1
SUNDAYS
Holy tommuMDh '.
,Family Prayer and
Church School .....
TjIO am
M am
lAlaa. Hnlv CaaaaaunlM tuA.
Morning Prayer d Sermoa 11.0Q am.
VEDNESbAYST
Maly cmmiatnoai ......... IM am,
r : coboiaj.
r- Chapel at Tha Oaed Sktpherd
' Tha, lav. Claaaaiea tV. ifavm.,.
ma--
1:00 am. Morning prayer.
(!.& rat friday ateb Kaatb).
. eJAMMA
auaeaa'a
Tha Bat. John Spear. Priaat is Cbarg
SUMDAXs
Charal Sucharlsl and
men
Church
7:00 am,
vnuicn oviiuui .w .an.
Epucopal Young Churcnmaa l:M p.m.
Kveruong and Sermon ..... 7aM pm,
Bcnooi
1:00 pm
MONDAYS. TUESDAY.
ana IJUDAXS
Morning Prayer anA Rely
Cammunlan ...... .....
Xvanlng prayer
Waaaan'a AuxUaiy. sad and
:M am.
M am
JUWDATS
4th Thurtdavp TsMpm
WKDNSADAYS d TNUSSDAYS
aiy canmuMati m am
Marntnf Preyey .......... f :00 am,
Malna Pnurar
SATUHDATA
Family AVrAariM ......... in in
Otuaa taf CampBaa ........ M pm.
. "L la morn
Tba B)aP. Spaaa. hm f
(AIM naiy cenmniea iat
Snmday each rnaninl
knrnina Pravm and fAiaal
n"Jieni ........ w was anaau
Charal SueharM ana far
akMiAa aaah aamilhl ..
...M.a..... ...... aiav am.
Tory aWMla":,.... tlM naan
arananna ana naaram .... laa
ira aauAAyA
woman"! Auyfllrry ....... tJI am.
TtTOASDATS ar FXAtT SAYS
tuny camartmiPA ......... tna am.
PALO 1KB
Chapel af tha Holy Comlartar
Van. U at Shtrtay. Matt m Charg
THURSDAYS 'K' '"
t M a m. Haly taaotba.
" BtARAAaUTA ...
, Cbarcb af St Marraret
lapavd and Bratea Blvd.
. Tba Sr. Jeeaa K. Raaew, Kaclar
SUNDAY t ;.. V:.;''- .1 i-' I?
7:H am. Holy CommunitA
a:at ajn, cnurcn Benoai
11:00 am. Morning Prayer
tait SunAay aack Meatth. Italy
Cam'
monlon.
THURSDAYS and HOLT BAYS
tlM am. aly Canaauvuori.
Chaaal of fhu Aavfea
WtDNtSDAYS
I At ur. ao camjminesa.
FASA1SO
A-.
' Tk. AUea Wantt,
rtbtJA aW Ciyaatfaft
- Taa atv, ritii
,. rmt.
l:M am. Choral Satehtrlat
tM am. Jntant Baattava.
S to a.n CMaraA)
IheiA 4i Boitdinb 1S1
lia pa -Veuth reUowi
l5tddpam
lia) nm. Evananna and i
md and 4th WEDNESDATS
jam woman a Auatuiarp ana Ai-
tar
' UUUI
U Meeting,
'Panama Terr?
StPaaJ'aChBTtt'
fba fern IammI B. ShlrUf. Bartat
Tha Aaa aaa B. - v
SUNDA't.
M am. naracmamAtlea) -0-00
am Sung Buenatial Aj SaimaA
tauarn Morning prayat and Churt
11 Aaaat JlaiV Baptlam
1M aia Saiama
1JESDAY
i:M a.aa- Hal Itaanrta
22Z..T-Vrt Fmyar and
vainavuaia
aoL
aaa at. ataiy
:iy:r ...
CaTRXTT CatVB CBi SYE-SEA
CanTPp."
fCTeraarta Haul tr.at.Maaai
j aw, aw retee rapsa
Tha Baa. Raary A. BaaAe.
. V ; SUNDAY "
Mam.PWy Camammhaa.
JB am. Marnint Praver.
At Am. Cherel FlirfcVriai mmM
10M am. Chiareh trhmml.
k2..AT4'F?T'4T 4 TVU1ASAY
i M Am, Fty Cammuniatv
M sav Marking Prayer.
AT
t am. Hohr
fat tm. M-rnln Pra.
tM
rrajar and
-' mm ay
tM am. Mofnuig Prr
tat am. OnMran'a tiah
At SA. AvanSng Ptayar.
' SATTRDAT
gat am. Rmt Cw amine.
I t am. Meming Prayer.
I t p aa. aVoning Pia.aa.
IM sav Caaatwia and Mamtaaeav

The St. Say

f .at t ea aery ctmrnuntsgi
7jt VJU, yerr-g P-.a
PHUtXATI AjsJ rADATS
IMIA Hart rammiialia

f BAYS

TC3 PANAMA AMERICAN AN

- MO ABAJO
' St. Chriitopher't Chorcb
- loth Street, Parqut Lefevre
! Tha Bev Clarence W. Hayes.
- Print in Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragweJI,
, Aaalataal
SUNDAYS
. 0:00 a.na. Hnlv Communion.
1-M am Sum Ehicharlat and Sv rmon
1040 am- Morning Prayer and Church
" ncnooi. "'-i.v- v
12:00 noon Holy Baptlam.
0:30 pm. Evenaong and- Sermon.
uDKnav
7O0 pm. 1st and Srd. Woman't Am).
TUESDAYS'
. A-JO im J trh In f Daughtart af tht
740 a.m. Youth Ftllowthlp.
V7KONESDAVA
t:tO am Holy Communion. (
ta. Evening Prayer and Bellgloui
- Inatrucuona,
THURSDAYS
t:M a.aa. Girls' Friendly Society.
1:00 pm. 1st tad Srd. Singletons,
SA
1UKUAI3
P:0
. Junior Confirmation Clam.
: ; Othti Churches 'i
. CHURCH OF THNAXASENBI
, -,' Ancon. C.2 ';
AM Frtnalpenl St. Ancon, C.Z.
" av. Elmer O. Ntltan, Fathw
Am ttr Aalhoa. CZ. w Tel. 2-201
A.ail.v Aahaal .......1. 0:41 a.m.
Worship Service IMS a.m.
X ouui aarviee ............
tvanfalistlc Service ......
; Prayer Service, Wed. ...
e:u p m
O:30 p.m.
.71 p.m
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
, JItrgarlta School Gymnasium
Paatar Ralph L. Hysang
WrlUi Box Mlt Margarita, C.Z.
Simdav School am.
Marnint Worshln ..: i:0 a.m.
Evening Sarvlet 7:30 pm.
KATlON At. BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama B P. 13rd Street' East ;
Mas. a. ..AL BrsWA. Alliilttet
SUMDAY: .. ...
Divine worsnip r rl r
e..naBa a.hMi 1. vo p.m.
Snnd:, Ua-i ..t IM UM
Kit. aOhja. A-P. Sunday aciwoi at
1:00 pm. .. ,.; ;
' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
aaatiMa.. aiiiiMii.M at 1 :Aa n.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wire Memorial
lot Salfcoe Read. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS i10!?"?'.
Sunday meetings m mm av
Belhoa Jt-osd. -..
Sunday School i 10 :J0 am.
Sacrament Mretlng ..... :M pm.
Srlmaryi' Monday 'T.. .. ;. : P-"1-eliet
Soeletyr Tuesdsy..., 1:10 am.
MIA; Wednesday '7:10 pm.
Talephtne Balboa 4227. t
. .' ail.aMa BmuA ''
SuhaMn 100, Schoolhouae Road Catun,
Sunday Schoal, Sunday 0:30 am
Saerament meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m
Priesthood meeting Wed,.. .0:30 p.m
primary, 'Wednesday ..... 0J0 pm
Aallaf Aoalatv. mm nnaiincad.
Telephone, Gaiun SM or CrisWbal 1007
CURUNDO PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A WRTbi HAsrtad Otaarch"
' MUtea C Leldlg, Mlalster
Phona la M-lllt Of. 13-5100
Sunday School .......... 0A0 a.
14 aim aw anrv tal
MtrnUit Worship pa sdaja 11:00 am,
Youth fellowship .,,.... 4:00 p.m.
Bovanlng Warship ......... 7M pm.
Pr.v.7 amd Pralaa iWad.i TM Ml
A' church nursey It provided for your
1 QUI CATJQl.eO CSTURCH
,' St, aAaJ TtmAreacageJ
At. mraai K. t
Bohr Eucharist! Sunday af 70 Am
Tuaadaya. Wadnasdaya acid Thursdays
SM
Sacrament, at .BPaB aalm fcaV
vice)
rirat aunaay as aacn aom
TatP
Mornlns
FeUamaaln
orakat) a I1M Im
i at ..mm M Pm.
a ar ........ f M baa
Sunday School
drvme saryiae
V
BAHA1 CAJTTEB
BAIUI'B CANTAB
' As First Btraat
Uraanimdon El Carmen, Panamd Otty.
ulnIormal Talka ana wiaeiiasiona
Thundaya ......1:00 pm.
ralaa. torn Ai tnal Ataaaja
I lipstatra Amaricaa Ramar)
Study Osmae,... ..Thursdays. 10 pm
Bpnm pnssioN chuach
Eapalaba SU Paralao, CI.
nr WaMaka PL Stewart Paster
Sunday: U:00 am. Worship Sarviea.
am pm. aunaay acaaoi.
liaaYeama Peonies Society
Wadnaadavt f -JM AUd.waak Christian
CVIlOWWiip. .TT
Tnursoay: tno cnoir neneanai.
Friday: 111 Woman 'a Missionary
ttat.
THE CHUBCn (NT OOD
tin Elfhth Street Celta
Ray. G, W. tMnalaaa. Pastor
Sunday School 0:30 am.
Mornlna Worshlm. ........... 10:30 am
Night Sarviea IM pm
FIRST CHVKCB OF OOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Am,
Rainbow Ctty. Canal EeAa
raa mrngsiiB) raasm
MorrUns Wonhip .. IM am.
sunoay acnoot -... io:au a.m.
Night Sarviea IM pm.
i THE CHURCH OF OOD
New Frovldenca
' Mm. Muli niaaa Pmtav
Sunday Schoal MM am.
Morning Wanhia u) eja.
Might atrrma M Pm-
TH OrCBCH OF COD Bla Abaja
Waate Oscm BdlPth St
' Bay. Wm. J. iiaasta. Fasmt
Stmday AVhoe IMIAi
Marntrif Wnrthlp ltM a.m.
Riant Sarviea IM am.
CaTURCH OP OOO (Peatacesut)
Rev. B. a Wataan. Ovaiaeer
Phono A42t, Boa 13. Gambol
Caurchaa at Para iM, CX, (Arv. and
lira. Herman Q. Whytek Colon. B.P
' corMtnlmFcHAPfx
. D labia Hdghta. CI. ;
(near Diabla school)
(Rr. Cari Tliaaisun, MltiMar
Beat M. DUble Heighte, CL
It as: Rne. Gamaaa 117
aemhaalaea 4171
undav Arhaol 10 M am
Werahip SetvleB 11 M am.
Yotrth tai ka 7 -at p.m.
EvanrallRta Pardee ...... IMS
Wadnaatayt S'ble Stady
and Prtyar ga Ua ...... T JO .m.
Lutheran
. i
SxrrjrMZA UTtni" ctti aca
Baitat BU at AtrM ttreat
Baa. Aaaan r.
tXi. Aaa 4
Auaaay Behest. I'M clam IM la
Divine Aamre 14.11 la
Holy Coamaianon. farat Suaiay af tha
Fanner chapel of Our Sevfavr'a Enie-
mml chapel 3rd St aad Meier do Ave.
new (.netnnel.
7. Eur! W. peaaar. War
SuaAay Acbanl, B'bie Clam t tO lev
Divine tu .ice ltjl em.
H'y CaaovMaiesk, last AuaAar af tna

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. HO Alteon Boulevard.
Sunday 11.1M. Wednesday 00 am
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rlret Charca Cnrtst, aeiaanat, cnttobai
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Sunday School taa am.
; Sunday 11:00 am. Wadneaday 1:00 p.m.
Posts, and Bases'
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Mornlna Worshln ............... louu
Church-tuna Nursery. School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
unoay acnooi tauumns ra.
0:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service .....i... .............. .1:30
Youth FellowshipSunday .... :0O
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ................ t:ov
Morning Worahlp ............. 10:30
Evening Worship .............. 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hato .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:uo
Officer's ChrisUan Union Thurs. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Sunday School :
Adult Bible Class (NCQ Club).. 0:30
Morning Worship ...... 0:30 di 10:45
Youth Fellowship .............. e:30
U.S. NAVAL. STATION. Rodman
Sunday scnooi ,.
Morning Worship
1:30
Morning Worship ..............
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) ; :;?.,(.. ...
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(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
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Sunday Masses 7:00 ai
t:IO
8:30
7 JO
8:25
Confessions, Saturday ...0:30 A
Sunday ......S 8:00 A
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass
Sunday Mssses ...7:45 A
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30
0:41
0:00
8:00
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mam
Saturday Masses
Sundey Masses ........ 8:00 At
Monday Noyena Devotions ....
Confession-. Saturday. 4:00
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11:45
7:30
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Sunday Mam 10:80,
ALBROOK AD FOHCB SAAB
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Saturday Mass v.,,i
Sunday Massea 7:44 at
Spanish ..,..,,.........
Nov ana Serviees-Tussdsy
; Ceaifasslons-Saturdsy ..........
U.S. MAVAD STATION,' luMmta
, Sunday Mam .................
tXf:'i r!t,;.,-:'i
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4:00
t:00
11:00
7:00
7 01
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10
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for stoBBaT
Saturday a.........
tjSO-JWB, Balboa
Friday
aXBTtOOTt AIR FORCE BASE
SM
7:30
Saturday.., .i.. 4:00
UKOIWB i Balboa I
caturasy e.
ATLANTIC StDB
Protmtant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 118
Mornind Worshln
1:00
1040
Prayer ftilowship Bldg. 23
Tueadsy
KYBB Wednmdty Post Chapel
Choir Practice Wednesday
7:00
6M
Post Chapel
jao
FOttT GULICK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wednesday
Lidice Chapel Ouild, 1st Thurs.
1:30
10:45
6:30
7:30
tM
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Sola
aunaay acnooi
1:80
sinrnina Warahla 11M
Holy Communion rirat Sunday
tt Montni
CathaUe
FORT DAVIS
Daily Maas ..........
Sunday Mast
Coniesslsnt: Saturday
Sunday
7:00
t:10
6:00
:ai
PORT ClrtJCK ". i -.
Dally Mass t:w
Saturday Mam 7:00
Sunday Masses ....... 7:45 at 10:15
Confessions. Saturday .. 6:00 A- 7:00
Itf.S. NAVAL STATION, Cam Sola
Dally Mas
Saturday Mam
Sunday Mam
4M
1:30
tM
COCO SOLITO
Sunday sum ........v
TM
rnT r.itr.irK
Tuesday ..i..........a tot
Oraeti Orthedes t
Creek Orthodox aarviem ara conduct
ed at the Church of tha Anunclation,
Via Bellssrlo Port si, San Francisco de
Calais. Panama city, p.. ana tt
the Church Of St. Anthony, Avenidl
Melendez. Colon. R an alternate Bun-
days at 1.30. For further information.
call the Office af tha Army Chaplain,
62-lIlt.
Seventh Day
Adventut
Weekly Servicw in all churches
at foUowt:
SATURDAY: -.
Sabbeta acnooi aw am.
Divine Sarvite 11 M a.m.
Youths Meeting 4M pm.
WEDNESDAY!
Bible Study and Prayer Service
IAt pm.
Pacific' Side Pa nam
Paster W. H. Wellar TeL It-I-UOt
r.ha Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oaae
fto. 17 Cbarrllla ttlh No. 17 Put Put-Ma
Ma Put-Ma Nuevo 8-A St. batween Srd and 4th
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Pastor O, a. Jeffries TeL' sMBO,
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j Church News

BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa
The First Baptist Church is eel
ebratihg the completion of the re
payment on all loans made to the
church for construction which hat
amounted to over $115,000, The Jo
cal contrecation hat had no at
tistance from outside of their own
Baptist organization: the full in
dehtcdnesa .hat been repaid to
members through free-will offer
ings, : r,"r y .
At the 10:40 tomorrow morning
service' the pastor, the Kev. W
H. Beeby, will read a leeter of
coftgratulatidns from the Southern
Baptist Home Mission Board: A
statement of final accousting from
the church treasurer, Daile Keig-
ley, will be presented to the
church. The message at the morn
ing service is entitled '.The Prize
Set Before Us.",
In the 7:30 evening service the
Rev. R. Q. Van Royen will repre represent
sent represent the Home Mission Board in
presenting the board's apprecia appreciates
tes appreciates for increasing the local faci facilities.
lities. facilities. New members, of the
church will express in testimony
their gratitude to those who in
previous years provided the funds
for adequate church facilities, and
the names of the original b p n d
holders will be read before the
congregation. Dr. Lloyd Corder, of
Atlanta, Georgia, office of the
Home Mission Board, it expected
for the evening service.
The Sunday evdning. sermon will
be preached by Rev. R. G.- Van
Roven. The other services of the
church will be as scheduled, 8:30
Sunday School, and :30 Baptist
Trainine Union.
In celebration of the bond re retirement
tirement retirement the officers of the church
are providing a turkey dinner for
the church this coming Friday at
8 o'clock. Th program will be
announced, v v,
CHRIST CHURCH
Colon
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Sriett-in-chargs of St. Andrew's
Ipitcopal Church, Cocoli, will be
the special preacher at the 7:30
Service of Eveiisong at Colon's
Christ Church (By-the-Sea tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening. This will be Father
Baldwin's fihst preaching engage
ment at Christ Church.
Other services for the day will
he the early Communion at 6
a.m., Morning Pray at 8:30 a.m
and choral Eacharist and sermon
at 9 o'clock. The Rev. Henrv
Blake will assist the Rev. J. Pe
ter Farmer in cosducting the
services.
Instructions for Confirmation
are being given by the rector on
Minaay mornings at 10:30 foi
children' and for adults on Wsdnet
day evesings at 7:30,
BAPTIST CHURCH
. Crlttebal
"The sin of omltsion, It t h
subject the Rev. Sylvanut A. iar-r
lew Rat selected fpt hit sermon
ai una morning seryica tomorrow,
Ai.ine nigra service a memor
jai service win-o held for th
late jurt," Sarah Merchant and
xars. iveturta, gameron. two out
siana leaders in Jhe Church who
died recently. At this service, the
pastor will speak on the subject
The following activities for the
uay ara as scneauieoY )
UNION CHURCH
' Maratrlfan..
The pastor of tha Maroariia tt.
I r a. ... r
Bign wnurcn, tna Htv. Theodore
E. Frankhn announced today that
the Sunday Schnnl hae h n a a
, v aa u o t5 ii
nunaay. sent. 29 Tnr Pmmnii..
Day. A special program has been
arranged by the leaders of the
church tchool.
The Sunday Schnnl 'htM... -.:n
stve eviaegce or their training in
J Pecial program duhing the Sun Sun-dty
dty Sun-dty School hour. Parents and
friends art invited to attend the
xiumuuon uay exercises. Mrg. J
. cn We superintendent,
ine cnurch also reported that
the Youth Fellowships have been
meeting resularlv isp. tha
Ing of the school season. T h c y
weeb eico ounaay nignt. At an e
1 ACt inn haM lact CuHrlmv fh dTl
. aoa a-iuiivJAl MJC AU1
lowing were chosen by the Junior
fellowship:
Chairman. Jnhn Wainin- vU..
cnairman, wanda Scott; Secreta
ry, jean Van der Heyden: trea
surer, sue Barfield.
The hieit tchnnl a 0u ormm i.t,nM
V. .?- a -"""
vue luuowing at tneir officers :
chairman. Will Timira... .,1
. aa.iuuwliauil a TAVV"
chairman, Bill Gibson; secretary.
Georgia Smith? troaanrar U...
Smithi Serving as counselors for
uie J union tara Mrs rm tr
Brown aid Mrs. Chester S. Har
wld, Jr. The Rev. Franklin jg the
Kwuuaeior 01 ine seniors.
Jjurinff tha naaf a,v, 4k.
-a too reconvening and now
laaea a regular part in the wor-
Ihln aarvipaa fl V u
director, stated thai a number of
aw voices recently have been
added to the thoir
During th coming week the
Mens Fellowship wflj meet Mon Monday
day Monday evening at t):30 for supper,
fullowed hy a program featuring
uuga x, u r. laieiman at speak
sr. v
The .Ladies Auxiliary win meet
suesaay nigltt At 7:30 p.m. Mrg.
. F. McClelland wiU give a book
report; Devotions will ha last k.
Mrg. CarL Newhard. Hostesses for
tne evening wm be Mrs. Harold
Tinnisg and -Mrs. Leonard Long
Tt. . V 1 : 1 ,. ..... a
iuuuc u inviiea to uete or-
satuzauoBAi meetings.
ST. P ITER'S
La Baca
Enrollment of ranrfirlai.
ttfirination will ittrt at St. Pe-i
tawsa'm aTa...ua f ..
... .uuitu ib 1 jjoca UA JASt
Sunday in this month, when a
class will be organized for. early
presentatioa to the bishop.
Application forms may be ob obtained
tained obtained troaa Urn church WArden,
and each parishioner is being ask asked
ed asked to help build ap the cIau by
proposing a candidate.

v. i

'Intended for children and adults,
the class will meet each Sunday
morning at 9:30 for instruction;
from the Rev. John Spear, priest
in charge of the church. 1 1, ;
Services tomorrow will begin
with Morning Prayer and Church
School at 9 a-.m. Choral Euchar Eucharist
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IATURDAY, SEPTEMBER tl.
19ST
Miami Outlasts Buffalo 3-2
'if : i '' "i -,.V,.i. i .,. .:. '
In 18-lnning Marathon Game
Commission
1

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPJER

To Investiaate

Sugar:

Ray's Bribery Charges

Last Month 'Look' At Minor
Leaguers Making Farce Of
Major League Pennant Races

r
's NEW YORK (UP) A horde of player obtained by waivers is eli eli-lonoiiprs
lonoiiprs eli-lonoiiprs are trettms a last- Bible for the Series.

Oil angeiy enuujiii, inese piayei s
can be decisive factors in decrd decrd-I
I decrd-I nig who wins the pennant. You

'funogOfresh examples current

ly in Sal Maglie, obtained by the

Yankees from the Dodgers, andJ

bod nuzava, purcnased from Co
lumhus by the St. Louis Cardinals

Frank Lane, general manager of

the Cardinals, was frank that heai
noO.ught the left-handed Kuzava be

cause he needed his southpaw tal talents
ents talents for the stretch drive. Yet Ku Kuzava,
zava, Kuzava, who conceivably could win
the pennant for the Cards, is not
eligible for the World Series.

month "look" in the major leagues
today' and it's a practice which
makes a complete farce out of the
major league pennant races.

The liiiDiu campaigns are

predicated on a 25 man squaa
from the Slsi day of the season

until ihe end of August. But as of
Sent.. 1 each club can carry 40

players until season's end to get
a line on the prospects for "next

year.;:
Yeiiihis is the most crucial part
- 6f th( season, when the pennants
are being decided, and baseball
thui .permits usage 01 rookies who
can Knock contender out of the
race.;
"Rookie Helped Detroit

It nas happened. In 1940, Detroit
brought up a strong-armed young
rookie named Floyd Giebell, who
never did anything else, and his

unfamiliar slants beat Cleveland
out of the flag. Even p 1 a y e h s
fighting for a pennant are wary of
taking a toehold against a wild
young freshman throwing aspirin
tablets.
' 7 National League President War Warren
ren Warren Giles and American League
President Will Harridge annually
letteh the various clubs to remind
them of the presumption that they
will not use these "look see"
rookies against the contenders.
But they are used.
'I -couldn't care less," said one
second division manager. "This
season Is over for us and all I'm
interested in is next year."

No Waivers After Spt. 1
t ,v: M 1 ...
J But' butbi 11, by legislation,
could help to keep the last month
honest with a written rule that no
"look tee!' rookies could be used
airimit anv team still alive in the

pennant race.. And, if the game
wanted to be fair to the fans 4 t
would prohibit waiver deals after
SepC l the date after which no
fto: .. ... ':u'.

Maglie is simply another exam example
ple example "in a long line of Yankee deals
which have "bought" the pennant
in the last month ot the season.
Maglie will not be eligible for the

Series, yet in the Yankee stretch I

drive he has won two and Saved

two others.

MIAMI. Fla., Sept. 21 (UP)r-

The Buffalo Bisons and the Ml-

-ami Marlins may be a little

sleepy-eyed tonight when they

resume their final series in the
International League playoffs. 1
The teams struggled through
18 innings last night before the
Marlins gained a 3-2 victory
their first In the best-of-seven

series. Buffalo won the first two

games.

The marathon game finally

ended at 1 a.m. when relief
pitcher Glenn cox of the Bisons
walked Frank Herrera with the
bases loaded, forcing In winning

pitcher Windy McCall with the

Winnine run.

Ray Semproch pitched the

first 16 innings ,for the Marlins
despite a bad case of the flu,
allowing only five hits. Howie

Judson took over in the 17th in
ning. when the Bisons went a-

head, 2-1. but the Marliris tied

the score in the bottom of the
1 7th on a double by Herrera and

a single cy Woody Smith.
' Tl?e linescore;
(18 Innincs)

Buffalo 001 000 000 000 COO 0012

Miami 000 010 000 000 000 ,1023

WP: McCall. LP: Cox.

Sports Briefs

WALSH VICTORY
NEW YORK (UP) It was a
great day for the Walsh family
Thursday at Belmont Park when
Independence mon the Broad-Hollow
Steeplechase Handicap. The
son of the Irish-bred Nasrullah is

&teeDlechase Handicap. The

son of the Irish-bred Nasrullah is
owned by Mrs. Mike Walsh,
trained by her hushand, and was
ridden by their nephew, Tommy.

HAYMOND WINS
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (UP)
Carl Haymond of Los Angeles
won the California Senior golf
championships Thursday with a
36-hole. score of 148. Adrian Mc Mc-Manus
Manus Mc-Manus of Fresno, a two time
champion, finished aecond with, a

151.

Saxton To Retire

From Ring After
'Losing' To Cop
NEWARK, N.J., Sept. 21 (UP) (UP)-Former
Former (UP)-Former welterweight boxing cham cham-nion
nion cham-nion Johnny Saxton said after a

bout with the law Thursday that he

was throwing in the sponge on his

rine career.

Saxton was found innocent of

assaulting State Trooper Anthony
Shupin and of stopping illegally on
a New Jersey Turnpike ramp. But
Magistrate William Hodes fined
Saxton $5 and ordered him to pay

?5 costs for driving without his
registration.

"I ve had lust about enough,

Saxton otld reporters who asked
whether he would resume his ring
career, which has not been too

successful lately.
The incident Sept. 12 with Shu

pin began when Saxton stopped

his car on a turnpike ramp here.
Shupin said when he questioned

Saxton the boxer got out of the

automobile and attempted to strike
him but missed.
"I threw a right and knocked
him down," Shupin said.

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DOUBLE TROUBLE Leaping over sliding Detroit outfielder
Bi Tuttle, Yanke shortstop GU' McDougald watches his throw
zoom toward first to complete a double play in the first in-'
ning of the Yank-Tigers game iin. .New York: Yanks von 7-1.

tditor: CONRAQO SARGEAN (

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams

Milwaukee
St. Louis,
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia

,New York

Chicago
Pittsburgh

W

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85
81
76
73
68
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70
75
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88
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THE GOLD RUSH
with Charlie Chaplin
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THE WILD PARTY
with Anthony Quinn

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Trail (10-12)
JOE MacBETH
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BACK AGAIN

Today's Games
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
New York at Pittsburgh (N)
Milwaukee at Chicago
St. Louis at Cincinnati

Yesterday's Result
Milwaukee 001 100 502 14
Chicago 000 101 0013 6

Teams

NeW York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington
Kansas City

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86 -59 .593
77 69 i 527

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NEW YORK, Sept. 21-(UP)r-

xne N.Y. State sAthletic' Com

mission will investigate Sugar

Kay Kobinson's' briberyrofier
charges at a public hearinei but

n-o-t before Robinson defends

his middleweight crown against

uarmen uasmo at Yankee Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, Monday night.

Chairman Julius Helf and an

nounced that a commls&ion

meetlne on Mohdav momm

wm sei ine aate tor the hearin.
at which "Robinson will bo eall-

cd-as a iwitness to testify under

"I'll be delighted tn aiinear at.

j-i i a . F .

nic iicaruiK ana Clear mines

up,'! sugar Ray said today at his

wauuiig camn at Greenwood

Lake, N.Y. "I believe my remarks
at yesterday's press-conference
were misinterpreted by at 'least

one writer.

Mighty Yanlcees Nearer

Fla

American League

By FRED DOWN

Announcing the Commission
action, Helf and said.v '''I have

read in the morning press,
statements attributed to fiuear

xvy iwranson m whicn ne

charges that oa. various occa

sions during his career attempts
were made to bribe him to throw
fights.

"Robinson made one sracific

charge alleging that at least one

man, still prominent in boxing,
wa,s involved in one such inci-

aent.'"-

Helfand told frlerlds that the

. ... i .

uomnussion is deMrminedl 1 to

learn tne laentity of that man

At yesterday's press .confer

ence, shortly before his- final
sparring session- 37--vear-old

Robinson said he could have be

come a very rich man if he were
dishonest.

Spahn (20-10), McMahon and

uranaau.
Rush (6-16), Llttlefield, Lown,
Mayer, Hobbis and Fanning.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 100 000 002-4 f I
Brooklyn 200 000 0002 1
Hacker, Farrea (10-2), ? Hearn
and-Lonnett; Seminlch, Lopata.
Erskine (5-3). Koufaz and ram.

panclla.

TODAY &
TOMORROW!

jfiCinostL...

DRIVE-IN
SENSATIONAL WEEKEND RELEASE!!

TOWyiSOK TECHNICOLOR!

7:00 9:00
80c. 10c.

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Stousr. So ifeyte headng for

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(Nfflht Game)

St. Louis 012 000 101 27 12 0
Cincinnati. 041 000 000 05 10 1

Mize.ll, Jackson. Martin. Muffatt

and H. Smith, Landrith.

Gross. Acker. Kenned en.n .nH

Bailey. ?.

Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Chicagoat Cleveland (2)
Washington at New York
Ystorday' Rtsults
(Nlaht Carnal

Boston 000 000 0044 7
New York 004 111 OOx 7 $

(post-

(Nlght Gamo)
New York at Pittsburgh
poned, rain).

Panama District
Volley Ball Loop

Tfte Panama District Volley
Ball League will begin tomorrow

ai v.ta ajn. at the Rantn rtn

mlngo Club with the partlclpa.

Tion or lour team in thm ma

jor section. They are Evlnrude

cnamps, uerveza Balboa, Dep.
Mario, and Dep. silen.

In the ladles division. Aber-

nathy, Dep. Howard, Santa Cruz
and Dep. Remon.
Charles Abernathy haa been
invited for the throwing of the

iirsi oaii, arter Jose Remon,

Brower (16-13), WaU and Dale

xwu u-i-Vi wm ana Berra

(Night Game)
Chicago 010 000 1001- 8
CleyeUnd ; ; ; 100 010 002-4 $
'Donovan (16-6f aid BatteJv
Mossi (11-9) and Brown.
(Night 6ame)
Washington 000 000 0000
Baltimore 000 000 Olx 1 t
Cleveneer (7-6) and Courtnev.

Johnson (14-10) O'Dell and

mandos.
(Night Oame)

Detroit at Kansas City (postpon

ed, ram;.

(president of the league delivers

ins sDcccni. mimm nf iat

year's champlonshin will also

receive their trophies which is

un exniwuon at tne tKodak.

The blcrsest aftrni'Mnn nr fhit.

- t w...... v. 1 .1

icttKUB is uie rtan k; mgrn t

mflKlnor their ft rut. nra jon f o 4 Inn

iu mu league.

, He said, "I've been offered
hundreds of thousands of dol

lars by hoodlums to throw fights

wnen i was lavored at 4-1, 5-1

and tJ-1. But you know I was al

ways too honest and too egotis

tical to tose." r

NEW YORK. SeDt. 21 (UP)

The mighty: New York Yankees

may spring the trap on the
Chicago White- Sox by sundown
today but it appears it'll be a
ease of slow strangulation ; be

fore the Milwaukee Braves

choke off the St.- Louis Card!-.

nals' last hopes.

: The stage was set for the final

aot of the American League

pennant race last night when

the Yankees downed itne Boston

Red Box. 7-4. tand went seven

games in front as a result of the

Cleveland Indians' 3-2 triumph

over: the White Sox. That re reduced
duced reduced the Yankees' magic num number
ber number to two and it will come up
today if, the Yankees beat the

Red Sox again and the White

Sox lose one game of their dou
blehoader with the Indians.

The Braves set tne caramais

up for the kill with, a 9-3 romp

over the Chicago Cubs in an

afternoon '..same but the Red

bJrd tefused 'to become dead

birds by rallying to beat the Ola

clnnati Redlegs, 7-5, tn a 10-in-

ning night game decided by Joe
Cunningham's two-run homer.
That left the Braves' lead at
four games and their r magic
numbpr at .five-rwich"- eight
games left; for each team.

HANDY Jim Dorin makes a

living grabbing passes like

this as an offensive end for the
Detroit Lions, yy

DSSN IMARTIN

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"MYSTERIOUS MISS X"

SANTA CRUZ C:li S:LI
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"FAR COUNTRY"

CAMP BIERD f:M S:45

"TRAGEDY AT MTDMGHT"
"Reaaem her Pearl Harbor"

TODAY! .35 J20
FROM li:0o A.M.
The place la the West InSlea
...where the sun hides many

tninga...

C?sty Stengsl's elgtth pen pennant
nant pennant in .nine ; years became vail
but mathematically nssured
when the Yankees built up an

early 7-0, lead and tnen stavea

off a four-run ninth-mnine rai'

ly marked by a tremendous

pinch-hit homer, by Ted Wll

Hams. The Red Sox added three

runs and kavoed White Ford

before Bob Grim came out of

the bullpen to restore order,

Fora, tne, yanKees- yseiy

starter in the world series open

er. Oct. 2. Ditched two-bit ball

and struck out eight through
the first eight innings. Yogi

Berra hammered a three-run

homer for the big blow In the
Yankees' nine-hit attack which
brought Ford his lltr victory

compared to four defeats.
The White sox' lost was

heart-breaker typical of the

heart-bteaking batUe Al Lopes'

undermanned team ha wagen

aealnst the Yankees all season,

Dick Donovan carried a 2-1 lead

into, ,ihe nlrth as a, result ef hU

own noroer ana one Dy oaiicry oaiicry-mate"
mate" oaiicry-mate" Earl Battel only to b
the Indians rally, for two funs.
' Rookies Roger Maris and Dick

Brown opened the inning with

singles and moved along on a
sacrifice by Keri Kuluu A walk
filled the' bases. Maris sewed the
tying run on Al Smith's sacrifice

fly and Bobby : Avlla followed

with a clean single to leic lieia

to drive m the decisive tauv.

The Eraves." wlnnint; tneir

fourtr stra'ght game, unleashed
a 14-bit attack that enabled

Warren Spahn to become the

majors' first 30-game w.vier oi
th wilt i ithmiirh ha neJed re

lief aiH frnm Don MnMahon. the Aaron. Braves

fireballing rookie relief special- Snider, Dodgers'

i.f TnKnv iunn' va Mat.tiewx. mays, uianta

Hank Aaron. Bob Hazle and Mathews, Braves

Del Crandall had two hits each "owe Redlegs

for the Braves as Spahn achiev

ed his eighth 20-game season-

one less than the major league

record for a left-hander .held by

Cunnmgnam, a neaaiy pincn

; hitter all season, entered theclj.

jiiouis lineup as an unsuccessful

pincn-swmger : in the eighth
and remained In the game to
deliver the homer that kept thr
Cardinals alive. The blow, which
followed a walk to Wally Moon.
came after the Cardinals -rallied
from an early 4-1 deficit o
tie the score with single runs in,
the seventh and ninth InninM.

Stan Musial singled home th
seventh-inning run and 42 -year-o)d
Walker Cooper singled home
the tying tally in the ninth. -AT
Pilarclk doubled home a,

run in the eighth Inning to give
the Baltimore Orioles a 1-0 vic victory
tory victory over the Washington Sena-'
tors and Stan Lbn j.ta. ninrh

hit sacrifice fly climaxed two-
run ninth-inning rally, that
brought the PhlladelnhW Phil

lies a 3-2 decision over the -Brooklyn
Dodgers lri the only
other games. Connie-Johnson -beat
Truman; Clevenger In the
Baltimore-Washington pitching
duel while rookie Dick Farrell
scored his. lflth trlumDh for thm

Phillies. The Dodgers had been

eiinunaiea irom tne. pennant
race when the Braves won their ;
afternoon game with the cubs. ;. s,
There was one small r.onsola-

tion for the "Yankee haters of
America,." Williams' hit raised
his average to .379 and he now
leer's Yankee star Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle bv( IS nnlnf.a In t.hivv hnftinn

rnce. tn short, Mantle has about
as much chance In Ms race as

the White Sox do in theirs. r

iiAajor League

i.

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LEADING BATTIRi
( Issed m 371 eWlalal et bets)

NATIONAL LfAOUl

P awl t G AS R H Ptt

Musial. St. L. 129 488 79 ltt .144

Mays, N.Y. 14S 580 ill 188 .S3S "i

Robinson. Cm. 142 581 02 189 .325

Aaron, MIL 1 148 586 114 188. .321

Groat, ritt. lit 481 57 154 .820

Schoendienst M 143 820 tt 192 .310
Furlllo, Bkn 118 390, 61 120 .308
Moon, St. Lu 134 433 85 ISO .304

Hodges, Bkn. 1 144 559 92 168 .301.
Aihburn, PhL 150 601 91 ISO 400

AMKRICAN LEAGUE -x

Williams, Bos. 124 404 89 153 .379
Mantle. N.Y. 242 470 121 172 .S8k

Woodling, Cle. 128.415 72 135 .325
Fox. Chicago ,146 582 104 184 .SIS

Boyd, Balti. v, 138 474 70 149 .314 J

Skowron, N.Y."? 122 457 -55 139 .304
Siever. Wash. '144 534 ss isz .ana'

Kaline, Detroit 140 538 82 160 .297
Malzone, Bos. J4S 600 77 177 .293

HOME RUNS ') -NATIONAL
LEAGUE

Banks, Cubs ... 4J

v 41 :
38

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Pinch-Hitter

I IIIUJHHI

Rockefeller

-rJ MAaoM JOAN eOWTAant
oowotwv o Atwwoae -joaw roiine

HAmveeiAKNTi

tARRYl f. ZANUCX'AUKEO HAHS

In Double Program with
SCOTT BRADY In
THE sTonn
RIDER"

Today -IDEAL -20.I0

Double In Cinemascope
Robert Warner In

Between Heaven ant Bell"

Clark Gable In
SOLDIER OF FOBTTNE

Strikes Out

ww irnnv! ttL tl (UP)

Nelson kJ Rockefeller, a giant In

the business world, apparently nas
struck out in his pinch-hit role to
irMn tha Dndeera in Brooklyn.

The multi-millionaire philanthro

pist has increased the sum nt
would be willing to invest to buy
the land for a new Dodger- ball
park from two' million to three
millimt Hnllari. But Walter F. O

Malley, president of the (Brooklyn

rlub. Isn't lnterestea. y -,
. Rockefeller's newest 1 proposal

ii revealed bv Mayor no Den

Wagner yesterday during a last
Hitrh mitin at Citv Hall. O'Mal

ley attended the session but left
about one hour before it adjourn

ed, brushing off all questions oy
reporters..
However, Wagner said later that
the1 Dodger prexy "indicated that

any proposil involving as muuon

nriced the Dodgers out."

Asked if that meant the Dodgers

would be going to Los Aageies,

Wagner-replied: 1
"That's not for ui to answer,
that's uo to O'Malley."

WafneV said he would notify

members of the city's Board of

Estimate during the weekend of
Rockefeller's newest proposal and

will call a special session if neces

sary. He further revealed that Roc

kefeller's original proposal was de

finitely unacceptable to the board.

"The members felt that it would
! not be In the best interest of the
i city to accept it." Wagner declar-i

ed. "There was no vote but it was
felt that the city would he called
en to take too great a lota." j

' American Ltasun

Sievers, Senators t ...
Williams, Red JSox
Mantle, Yanks' r
Werti. Indians - ..

Maxwell, Tigers i
V RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves . ...
Ennis, Cards
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants
f ? AMERICAN LIAOUE
Sievers Senators ?
Werti, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Minoao, White Sox
Malsone, Red fox

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35
34
26
24

124
103
100
99
96

108
9
99
95'
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PITCHING

(Based M 14 4tAmu)

Buhl, Braves

Ford, Yanks
Bunninc. Tio-ora n

Donovan, White lot

Aiiriey, yanks ; v

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16
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By BEANS REARDON l-
O.UESTION: Jf a batter hit.

borne run into the elands but nn

his way to first base falls and

breaks a lex what hamma? Wkat 1

happens if he is injured any place :
else on bis trip abound thebasaaT

Richard L. Schultx.

Answer: As Ions at tli liall Mf

into the stands, the umpires would
allow a pinch-runner. -,

Q. What aaDDens if a battel KaTt s.

hits the pitcher's mound and an tha

fly bounces into foul territor ha. t

tween first and. home? -Geeffe
Hirchnea.

A. it's a tool ban. : V -O.
With the bases loiiUd I. m,.

bottom ef the ninth inning and
the score tied, the batter Mi a
home run, but after the three nm- -ners
have scored, be tiima from r

third base and. goes directly to
the dugout How is this x-orH

Bob Ryan. r :

A. As a triple but IM bava to

see the player whe wouldn't eon.
tinue to the plate. - ..



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JNEW YORK (NEA) As it comes

Ko all men .-especially W ones
Piere if an end to everything.
i-J it am. na that Rav KOD-

Inson finally will reach the end of

he line, say along aooui
it Mm hriulcri is-rnund middle-

Ireighfc championship match with

srmen casino ,ii"w
im, Sept 23.- ,'-- i
Basilio is bandy-legged anyany anyany-kins
kins anyany-kins hut a plsnir' atand-UO boxer.

he guy from Chittenango gets nit

hiore than is gooa tor mm. ne

ileeder, particularly 'a o o u i 4 iue
H loft hnnka from the nlD

tecause he can't generate power
tha .WniiWof nrntpctinS his

lead by dipping it to the right

uiasiuo can ne lauueu
il counts. The welter champion is
lUite certain to be in all kinds or
rouble in the first four or five

ounds. It will not be surprising to
,ee him on the floor,

ll.it Parma, ran fiffht and at the

finish, it is jmr idea that it wiU be

Basilio snocKing me aging nuu nuu-in.n.
in.n. nuu-in.n. with ift hnnica to the head.

uavi. --- ...
tapping his strength inside, slow

ing jus reiiexes.
ITrl. nna nr thn Other SOei OUt

(quickly,-this one figures to be an

fexciting iigni. ,-, .. ,,.
I That' tne biggest riik Basilio
Lin. th. riexneratelv dangerous

Robinson landing a clean shot while

pt still has ms strengtn. ine ar ar-km
km ar-km Hntahnt hat convinced even the

fonnra ardent Basilio TOOterS that

the is a past master at inn.

SI An Old Formula lor picking the

HlVkVlaVtta AT Tivnii II1S UCCU VWiDV

to infallible through the years. It
f lis that whenever you are in doubt

I labout the outcome, pic uie yuu-a

a ret ...

I There most certauuy uuum
about the outcome of the Basi ho-
. ., 1 HI. J .,1,. MMIIMI

I hrcker is seven or. eight; years

i younger. The1 book shows Robby
I ta be 17,-but some in position to
t I .... Lit 1. 40 TVl a ritfforOTiOa

in age easily could offset Robby's
J eight or nine-pound weight s pull
land 'advantage.! in heiSht IS

m i.tii( hi onnnirn it sooa e

l!...l. ;U. hi th (inlnment to

win if he knows1 what to do with
it. 'He has; the right patternprov patternprov-ided
ided patternprov-ided he sticks to it. This h to keep

I Robinson busy, never give him a
jf i a n.kU a a ail v

Secona l resi. javyuj vv,
tOO. ;V :.' !' i. v '" '-'
There are the pictures of at least
f our of Robinson's starts since he
launched his comeback. Tiger

Rilph Jones WbacKea mm arouna
for. 10 rounds He was frightful

J I beating one Johnny Lombrdr. He
I was just another middleweignt and
I on the floor against hesitating Roc

ky Uasteuani. MO men won me per per-mlnent
mlnent per-mlnent championship of IBobo 01 01-on.',
on.', 01-on.', ; : .:.-V'''v':: vr''

There is the memory of Robin-

I gon fighting the very ordinary Gene
1 Tn..ll tho firct timp' YPS. he

,nt ix hut that was about all he

accomplished. ..

nui uraa strain nn wouia Kei in

a onri ha rartsri nut like Ahchie

Moore against Rocky Marciano,"

Ernie Braca, one of ms managers,

explained.
Tlncilin rinni nnt lira fir CPt dlS

couraged. He canV'ake a i punch

and will take plenty.. ot mem. eui
Robinson will find that Basilio al

so can punch and keep right, pn

niinrhiflff

The difference, as we see it, will
Ka tha fnrra anH nllmhor of Rohin-

son's punches diminishing at t er

four or live rounds.

It i than, that Carfnpn Kamlin

fiA.it.Aa trt Anma nn -anH win a aaa.

ond championship, and the latest

puguistie popuiarny poii.
Basilio Plans

Surprise Style

Monday Night

SYRACUSE, N.Y. Sept. 21
riTPi'. As Carmen Basilio fin

ished his boxing, preparations

today, it Decame appareni. e
will try to surprise Su?nr Ray
Robinson with the "Chittenan "Chittenan-at
at "Chittenan-at Yankee Stadium

Monday night.
Suddenly and unexpectedly
Carmen has unveiled fancy

footwork that he musi nave

practiced from awe to biue,
and circling Uke a distraught

rabbit. ... ....

If. middleweignt ., cnampion
Robinson waits for Carmen to
kn Intn Vi1ru nn a Ktrai rht line

as Carmen dld4g most of h

fights sugar way may oo uu uu-flanked
flanked uu-flanked by the side-to-sldo a-t

Raw-boned, I h t cnewacea
Carmen the former onion
farmerwho.now lives at nearby

Chittenango, N.Y broke into

the scamper for rine iirss vuue
in hi&f career ,,ThUrsay' during
three, founds ylth, lanky Lee
rinr-no ot. t.hS Mftin street Gym.

Welterwifight rule Basilio swas
slated for two, final pounds, of
leather tossing with Owena to todayeasy,
dayeasy, todayeasy, limbering sessions
that would bring his sparring
total to 184 rounds.- ;
, At the finish of the long
training grind, 30-year-old car carmen
men carmen la as Impressive as a mini mini-lature
lature mini-lature Rocky Marciano, Ie ap appears
pears appears at i bis penk in speed,
punching and stamina. His only
flaw to a tendency to remain too
upright and too open when he
attacks. But he was never stop stop-red
red stop-red In Ills 70 bouts. f: i f

5 7T2

question;of reach

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Tlnvlrlanri 9.R. Untltwha. 1

Chattanooga V. 19, jacKsonviue
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Benedict 33, Moriss 6
Hofstra 14, likes 0
Emporia 21, Friends 0
Upsala 20, St. Lawrence 6
St. Thomas 14, St. Johns 7
Howard 13, Navy 6
Pepperdlne 18, Nevada 6
North Dakota 21, Augustana
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BILL ROEDER

' We dont pretend to know much
about high finance but .it does
seem a httla atrasge that a fel fellow
low fellow claiming to be in the market
. r ...riartw ahmilH make

Fnia pitch in the newspapers instead
V going directly to the. gent who

owns the property. -This
was the modus operandi of
. .Ul..ni namaH Illlia WOlfSOn

and Sinclair 'Robinson who made
ieparate proposals to buy the Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers and Tceep the team in Brook Brook-f.,T
f.,T Brook-f.,T it mihiiritv wai what these

boys were after, they got it If

hard to beueve tney reauy wnv wnv-ed
ed wnv-ed the ball club, considering the
nnrnarh thev used and the mon-

ey they mentioned. '' ..

- Mr wnitton Atterea aa nuniau.

He got a fairly polite brusboff but
VT- Dnhinaaa'a hiI ttt 7 5 million.

vaoliua aa.nnrhaii(l. wit aniwefH

kd in kind, it was emDroiaerea

i,ilh m lnns-winilad nluS for Mr.

. k i tirtnt ana so piaimy ma inner
i tr .11... mm vuihlinltv

scheme that he had his own publi publicity
city publicity man (Red Patterson) sign the
reply. -That ia itself was a-calculated
insult, as was the text
. avhioh atatari maralv- t

"Obviously, nothing need be said
about this tvoe of Dublicity."

.. You mar. wonder how Mr. O'-

Mallav ran atfnrd In ha a UDDltr.

After all, he has been crying poor
mouth, basa't he? And $7.5 mil mil-lioa
lioa mil-lioa ia more than the Dodgers are
worth in existing assets. They
don't even ewn their-Jall nark. It

una't in long a that tha Yin

kees went for less than $3 million,
and that bought not only the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium but the ball parks in
Newark and Kansas Citv slus a

dozen minor league franchise! and

' all the ballplayers in the syste
from Joe Di-Maggio on down.
' Likes Runina Dedeers

Here's the way it explains,-as
we see it First' Mr. O'MaHey
doesn't want to seH He likes rnn-

' nirg the Dodgers a"d he knows

promised $2 million a year for
pay TVxin San Franeisco. They're
iuntinf it All i alUMMlIation. Of

course, because nobody knows how

the public will respond to coin-in
. . mu, CI.!.

tha.D nr anrarrainmanT inn- auH

wk-b.w. ... uu .
trnn nannla must ha-nrettv COnli-

dent, though. They're laying out

$6 million just to get tne ban F ran

cisco area ,"wirea up," as iney
..II 11 .' .X.- V f ....

O'Malley is a devout believer in

pay TV, ana u n aoes pay on ne
Lia hAiiDH tn ha in a not where he

can collect oanaspmeiy irom u.
Los Angeies- has twice the audi audience
ence audience of San Francisco, and New
York has twice the audience of Los

Angeles.'- :.r -t

Hope fer FCC Aid.

Wa aakad the kiatron fieoole

vh tha wpra apttlinff for San

Francisco. Why not start right off
in New York where the market is
so much biger? We got a two two-part
part two-part answer, as follows:
1. The competition from free TV
in New York is too powenu!, al although
though although the departure of the Giants

may reduce tnat pnase or ine proo-
lam Fnm iaxt vaar on. there will

rarely be more than one baseball

game on tne screen at a given
tima. Thu. if tha Dodepra alav

hara and introduM ua TV. the

tans won't be able to switch to

the Giant game or toe Yankee
came unleaa the Yankees televise

from the road). They'll have to

pay to see the Dodgers if they
want tn aaa haxahall. For that mat

ter tha Yankees could verv well

go for subscription TV, too.

z. ine cost h wiring up me iew
VnrV araa avmild ha nrnhihitiva

Clriatmn and othar intaraatari mm.

panies prefer to wait and hope for

an f va. ofcukiu uiai woura mow
tbem to operate through the air,
as free TV does, without any need

for a wiring system.
I An FCC ruling is due very soon.
Whether or not it will approve the
use of the air for pay TV is an-

.Afhaa niwitinn Katiiralltf tha fraa

mm ine uutijcn au nc v.i ,Uv..--. ....
. .... . fr : t rl.. v.

He S gOJBg 10 DO running inrni ai lawmu, vutcny iw luaaji nn-
profit whether he moves to Im Ae-jworks, have been lobbying against
geles or gets hi new stadium in i. But it's entire'y possible that
Brooklyn. Second, his price, it he j within the next couple of weeks
had one, would be much, mnrh 'the Dodeers will be granted a new
higher than $7.5 million. Why? Be- ball park by the New York po'i po'i-caue
caue po'i-caue of the anticipated income ticians and pay-TV clearance by
...... L. tl- I- . U f a. I.

The Giants hat already been! that $50 million, Mr. Robinson marksmanship and because ol tm

Colombian Quintet Comlnfl Rain Rain-fercad
fercad Rain-fercad With Olympic Players For
. Series With Local Quintets r
By HERBERT M0ISE ?
At a meeting 'called by Rodolfo
(Fifi) -Tom4 president: pf tte
nama National BaskelbaU Federa Federation,
tion, Federation, several facts, on the uucdrning
international basketball series were
revealed. The meetingas. '.weU
-lij.j th hastrpthall writers

.:.u .llir nroallized Writ-

tir-cie'C'aVtofettogeth

LuisiFmto was eiecieu Viw
with' Jono dd ; Sedas as treasuer treasuer-Secretary.
Secretary. treasuer-Secretary. No other officers were
deemed necessary.' Yv'vi
. Among1 the facts Tevealed. ty
iirt a Ji tha rnstAra of the two

'-u t; thi Panama-

teams puv ,..

nian-Tputsuc w vne

ter are nve vf c, v i
tented Colombia in the i; Central

and South American uiyi"iv.
so included on theJ Medelhn teams
is an Argentine who represented
ui. in tha last WOrld 8 0-

lympic The others were on region region-ii.ip.v..
ii.ip.v.. region-ii.ip.v.. haat nl a vera

ai seieciro"" s i" M. :
in their particular regions. f
V., i.i taam eould be

ine vuiuiiiutaii
called an international aggregation

as they "ve iwice-uij"
"7 "r Kamath and the

klready referred ,t Argentine, and

a Colon-born piayer, vu
topher. Ntmeth was .first natural-!
ized from a Hungarran to au Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine then from an Argentine to

a,e-.j.ii:M ta.m i.nm LafiODOlaO

Rocheaux who is presently work

ing as a coacn-p aver

l'AU"l 1 AenUn.5.

key player, in the world Olympics,

was imponeu w r-

in an- attempt to raise me

ard of piay m inw cuuuu. ;

Albroek Filers Coming Strom
Tnm also released the .Albrook

FUers rostef. He explained that
the Fliers wiU be coming in strong

as they have piuggea neir
snbts with top players Fort Clay

ton,- -....t-i: !..:..

The biggest ore ot news av iuto iuto-inf
inf iuto-inf was that Emmet Bryant the
l ..Ti..j..hm Pliara' ahootme

atar, will make his debut on Pa

namanian couns "' "" Vi Vi-first
first Vi-first game against Marlboro Ci Cigarettes,
garettes, Cigarettes, national and r Isthmian

Champions:

Bryant is weu wown u
Canal Zone as he hss pfacticaUy
-i. tk. Monrii hnnk a on ev-

rewrnicu - -
ery phase of point scoring. One of

bis Dlggew aiiuwuii r V.
o. r.a inn apnrer in tne

recently concluded .Panama Area
Basketball League. m I

Bryant tnen, oecue 01 u a. a.-most
most a.-most unbelieveable and spectacul spectacular
ar spectacular playing on Armed Forces floors,
has become an Isthmian curiosity.
Hi feats are talked about in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Colon as if he were le legendary
gendary legendary and just too sensational
for ordinary players to equal him.
For sure, Albrook's plays will be
centered around Bryant but witn
the addition of other top players,
this squad looms as a definite
n win tha aerial. The Al-

brook Fliers is losded with all-

armed lorces players, secona-ui
selectees and bonorable-rnentlonea

Both tecsl teams to play in this in
temstional series are well known
for their particular type of play.
-.- Ttalhna dethroned Cham-

LCI TtMl
piOns and Martboro, newly crown-
r . aY a mmm la at

ed kmgs, are iop lavoriir.
nama. Balboa is noted for a fast
sggresive game with a tesm that
posse a fighting spirit that had
to suffocate.
The new champ from Colon Colon-Marlboro,
Marlboro, Colon-Marlboro, play the fastest game
een here for several year. These
Colonites literally leave their op opponents
ponents opponents breathles after a few
minute of clay. This team alo

DOees players with remarkable

are hard to beat. Ball hapdling

coupled with their mythical speed
anH s morlrsmanshin iriaka it a

pleasure to watch this team play.

Here are tne rosters ot tne ivie ivie-dellin
dellin ivie-dellin Stars and the Albrookr Fli-
ersti' : lj ::if',' ,-.'. 'i' :
Medellinr Hector Vlelr a; -i-Dele-eation
thief: Dr. Jorge Uribe

Trainer; Ivan Villegas -r Team
Captain (Villegas was selected on
the All-South'" America A e a m: )

pher, Koqvueenaloiai, Francisco
Calad, Oscar Gonzalez, Oscar Vi Villa.
lla. Villa. Lannntrin' RnrheaiiY. ( R enra-

aetniaA Arirontina in Yllvmnit W..

t f '. c i. I i ..

AmrooK rnersr ammet mryant,
All-Armed Forces. Ronny Pears
All-Armed Forces; Verne Clem Clem-mons,
mons, Clem-mons, All Armed Forces; Gordon
Edwards 2nd Team; Lloyd Hop-
. 1 n f m . t- H t t

wuoa, oa leim; om janKovicn,
2nd Team; Dick Hall, 2nd Teamj
Carl Smith, Honorable Mention";
John fTlarlr Hnnnrahla' Uontinn.

Jim Reynolds, Honorable Mention'.

PRnvmtfNrrF. ;ti t CtiPi on

ly five members of the New York
Ransora romninpH ulisi ffneleif H'Sl

for, the 1957-58 National Hockey

League season. Tney are tarry
Calian, Jack Evansf Gerry Foley,
Jean Guv Gendron and Hank

Ciesla. : "i "' I

v PICK TWO ALL-STARS
ttF.W VDRTf tTTP-Dlck Duck-

ett of St. John's and Win Witfong
m f Mamnhia i Qtnlo f tnrisi werfi

.namedvto play:11for theN College
AU-Stars gainst "the Mew York

rinicKerDocxers in a oenetit Das Das-ketball
ketball Das-ketball game at Madison Square

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PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1(90 Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R, da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-173.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and largo
beach house, ona mil part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Bilbo 1866.
For reservation at Shrapnel's San Santa
ta Santa Clara, alio regarding aalo of
property. Phono Thompion, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spaeo for office. office.-Compania
Compania office.-Compania da Soguro building in
Campo Alagro. Air conditioned,
Isvator, eleanarman, big tpaco
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Houses
FOR RENT: 3 -room house with
running pipe water and 500 me- -tars
land at Chilibro $10.00'
monthly suitable for retired C. Z.
employe. 112 Vis .eliisrio Po Po-rras.
rras. Po-rras. Phone 3-2474.-
FOR RENT. Reasonably priced
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Call 1-4098 between 4 p.m. and
p.m. ." v
FOR RENTi Attractive, modern
two-bedroom chalet, never oc occupied.
cupied. occupied. Hot water Instillation.
Call 2-2648 offico hours.
FOR RENT:- Chalet 3 bed bed-;
; bed-; rooms, '2 baths, living-dining
room, kHchen, large porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, laundry room, fenced yard,
good neighbourhood. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-077!,
Rooms
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room. American couple, r ba bachelor.
chelor. bachelor. Corner Justo Arosemene
Avenue and 31st street No- 31.
Phono 3-6092.
SCOUT TO KiCEIVi GOD
AND COUNTRY AWARD
Gary Irving, linear-old son of

.Mr. ana Mrs. josepn a. irving 01
-'Margarita, will be presented the

highest award which the Boy

Scouts of America give for per performance
formance performance of religious duty.
Presentation will be made dur during
ing during the morning worship service
. tomorrow at the Margarita Union
Church U.S. Consul Rogert Weise,
will present the award to young

Irving. Margarita Troop No. 1 to
gether with Scoutmaster,. W. R.
Price, will attend the function' is a
body. Irving is an explorer scout
in the Margahita troop. This past
summer he attended the National
Jamboree Encampment at Valley
F,orge Pa. Dn this trip he was
part of the composite Troop No. 18
Ifom the Canal Zone and Colom Colom-i
i Colom-i bia.
(The God and Country Award is
given for the study of one's reli religious
gious religious faith, service to his church,
faithfulness in religious duties, and
Application of these traits to citizenship.

"QUANTEZ"

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watched from an empty window!... Marking the four de desperate
sperate desperate men who stalked ita silent streets and the woman
who waited for the one -who would stJl be alive at dawn.
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room, kitchen; maid'a
room with own bath, waihtubs,
garage and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292 Cia Dulcidio Gonxales
N., S. A., or apply to the apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1 in Ave. Eusebio A.
Morales No. 4, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: I bodroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent yard. Jose do
Fabrega Avenue No. 12 (Pasa (Pasadena).
dena). (Pasadena). FOR RENT: At El Cangrejo.
Modern apartment, 2 bedrooms,
hot wster installation, garaga.
Phone 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom, bedroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, tiled. Screened 1 $55.00.
Apply 112 Via Belisario 'Porras,
neir Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Comfortable and
cool apartments, living room,
.bedroom, dining room, indepen independent
dent independent service. 4th of July Avenue
No. Tl -3-52, opposite entranco
io Quarry Heights. For Informa Information
tion Information inquire same building from
. II o 12 and from 5 to 6 p.m.
or 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Modorn apartment,
furnished. Sscond Avenue No,
' 39, San Francisco. Phone 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: Apartment. 90th
street, San Francisco, Via Porras.
Porras. Phono 3-2457.
-FOR RENT: Very cool furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartsmont, sea
'view, play area for i childen.
52nd street No. 1-22, Bella
Vists. Reasonable rent. Phone 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. FOR RENT. Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Lefavro Park,
8th Street No. 4. Tel. 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment in best residential
section. Near bus stops. 43 rd
- Street No.. 1 3.
'FOR RENT i Furnished Mod Mod-darn
darn Mod-darn apartment, 6 clasets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch,, garage. 46th St.
Eaat No. 2-6T. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENTh Furnished or tin.
furnished one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 102 Via EspaHa and en entrance
trance entrance Federico Boyd Avenue.
Phono Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apt. in
Duplex house, furnished, fenc fenced,
ed, fenced, yard, garage. Call 6-206.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 and
2 bedroom apart.. 44, 46, 47 and
50 street. Call Telephone 2 2-5094.
5094. 2-5094. FOR RENT: Large apartment 2
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, etc. Ri Riviere
viere Riviere Building 46th Street and
Ave. Justo Arosemene. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1661 between S a.m.
and 5 p.m. or 3-0526 at other
houn.
FOR RENT: Small unfurnished
duplex apartment, two bedrooms,
maid'a room. Suitable for adults
only. No. 17 50th street. Ring
gate bell.
I
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining sitting room,
maid's room, kitchen, laundry,
hot water, screened. El Cangre Cangrejo.
jo. Cangrejo. Call 3-7453.
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MJRIP.'Mk!??.0' or out oim ok oub dfpices Atis-sr -it antm. Panama librekia pkkciaoo-t ttmt Neii agencias
WTKRNAL. DB FUBLICACIONES-No. 3 Ultery Pau ) CA8A 2ALDO Central Ave. 4i i LOUBOES PHARMACY 1S2 U Carresqullla PARMACU LOM LOM-BAROO
BAROO LOM-BAROO No. 2t "B" Street m MORKIHI1M 4th .. 1.. I irvTri. .Din ti.h m. a m. rilMinii SWI infM IINinr.-.US Central Ave.

FARMAC1A LUX 1M Central Avenue

XAtPril'f-ii NB- rABMACIA El BATIJRBO Perea Lefevre
the Bella VUU Theatre, a) COLONS Central Avenue 12.16S TeL 432

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Chrysler
Windsor, hardtop, 2-tone, power
brakes, power steering, low mile mile-age.
age. mile-age. Call 2-3323.
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 62
grey coupe. Phone office Navy
Pacific 2538. Home 2390.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiae
Chieftain deluxe, 8 cyl. Loaded,
Low mileage. 2-d'oor, excellent
condition. 2-3586. V
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
4-door sedan, low mileage, ox-.'
cellent condition. Phone Balboa
2-1446.
FOR SALE :-el 954 Studebaker
V-8, hardtop conv. with over-'
drive. (Sport car modal) fully
equipped, excellent condition,
S1 150.00 Phone Curundu 83-
5278. !.-;
FOR SALE: Popular, economi economical,
cal, economical, sturdy, Nash Rambler station
wagon 1954. Excellent condition.
Priced right, duty paid. Financing
possible. Call office hours. Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2238 or 5219. ..
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1950
4-door ssdan, good tiros, new
battery, excellent condition. 400. v
Phone Balboa 6339.
FOR SALE: Bargain 4-door
Oldsmo1ile, hydramatic, radio.
Phona 2-4508. 9th street No. 6-
02.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Minor
in good condition. Telephone
Balboa 3776, house 2247, Carr
Street.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiae, hy hydramatic,
dramatic, hydramatic, four door sed'an, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful car, perfect condition. Tel.
Fort Clayton, 6212.
FOR SALE: 1954 Studebaker
V-8 contender ooupo deluwa.
Excellent condition, $1000.00.
Can be financed. House 8204-A,
6th St. Margarita. Tel. 3-2981
c ?
YOUR FFKT HURT?
trained Chiropodist will. relieve
any foot trouble, coma,, callous--ees,
Ingrown toe naus, foot, Bias-;
sage, etc. 1
Services "SCHOIX'ST" "SCHOIX'ST"-Products
Products "SCHOIX'ST"-Products -1
J. Arosemene Ave. SJ-il
Tel. 3-Z217
HA5SELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
' TRANSPORTS S BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippora Mover
1 Phonos 2-2451r22562
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding S Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 P.m. Phono 2-2451
LIFE INSURANCE
eta
JIM KILXiE
General Astent
Gibraltar r Us Ins. Co.
for rates-and Information
TeL Panama t-4552
DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap. Tee,
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Gays."
For all Information
Call 2-175L
THE
NEW
canon
CAMS AO
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
It lark
Coloa

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Miscellaneous-
FOR SALE? SPINET PIANO PIANO-practically
practically PIANO-practically new, largo plate glass
i mirror, many ethers bargains.
5066-A. iablo Hts. Ph. Balboa
i 3320. After 5:30 on. weekdays.
- Anytime Sat. or Sun.
FOR SALE: Plants 0932. Ama Amador'
dor' Amador' Rd.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
x!2". Thsy are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco e Alfareria. S.
A., Via Esperla No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Last 'Chance!
greater Indian Hill Mynaha.
World's bsst talking birds. Sel Selling
ling Selling out at below cost prices. Can'
be seen anytime at 885 Morgan
PI,
oalboa. . c
FOR SALE; Rolleiflex tessar f
3.5, used, 75, incl, carr. case.
. International Jewerly -1 55 Con-
tral Ave. Phono 2-1803. '
FOR SALE-R. C.' A. Victor;
3 -speed phonograph. 60 cycle,'
like new. Table-model $40.00.
Phone Curundu 83-5278.
FOR' SALE f Upright plane. W
good condition. Other items. Call
2-2135 offer 4 p.m.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub-
lie, will be received at the of-'
fice of the Superintendent, Store:
house Branch, Balboa, for the
following items:
INVITATION NO. 557-365
Balls, Bars, Bolts,, Chain, Cloths,
Connections, Couplings, Covers,
Drains, Drainboards, Elbows,
Vslvo .'Ports, Flanges, Funnels,
Vacuum Breakers, Pipe, Tubing,
Washers, Cock Parts and Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous Plumbing Parts. TO Bl
OPENED 9:30 a.m., SEPTEMBER
27, 1957.
INVITATION NO. S-57-S69
Automotive Parts. TO BE OPEN-
INVITATiOH !pfO s-57-170 s'
BilletK Bronxe, Bricks, Pins,
Electrodes, Beltind, Trichlore
benzene, 'Range Parts, Silver NU
trata. Packings, Wire Digger' Digger'-Parts,
Parts, Digger'-Parts, '. Tamper farts Welding
Machine- Parts and Threading
Mecfilne Parts. TO BI OPENED
2:30 p.m., September 27, 1957.
Invitation may be obtained frem
the offico of the Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch,' telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. -' '
. FOR SALE: By private collector
large STAMP COLLECTION in
blocks of four. Amorieao (Panama
especially valuable), British Co Colonies,
lonies, Colonies, Europe, Asia. Call 2 2-0143
0143 2-0143 Panama or .write Boa
2131. Panama. :
FOR SALE: Rotary parts bin,
paint sprsy air regulator, plata
glass Vi"x36"x43", gas welding
gsuges, running lights end pro propeller
peller propeller for boat, air seasoned ma mahogany
hogany mahogany lumber. 15 per ft. Phono
2-3636'. Balboa.
TULIP QUEEN TOURS
WASHINGTON (UP OussieJ)e
Zoete, a tall 23-year-old Dutch
blonde, has opened her U.S. tour
as Holland's 1957 Tulip Queen.
Gussie's tour, sponsored by Dutch
bul growers, will-take her to a
dozen U.S. cities Atlanta, Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Des Moines, De De-Detroit,
Detroit, De-Detroit, Little Rock, Louisville,
Memphis, Milwaukee Nashville,
St, Louis and Rochester, N.Y.

THE M0MTE CARLO STORY

It esmld onlr beppon la fsooloos Monte Carlo, Sod
oaJy MAKLO'E DIETRICH ceald ht fabaloakty pcrieot
as the "ramblinf marealse" on the trail of mm or rory
or kotb in the Jnngle of lit err tschts they txll the
KJriera! THE MOVIE CARLO STrtBT" fUn4 h trrhlrs trrhlrs-a
a trrhlrs-a and Wbrttcolor OPENS AT THE CEXTEAL ON
WEDNESDAY ii
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I. mm Avi.Sa.it e FOTO DOMYJuste

I Street PABMACIA "Al'V.Via Peers lit NOVEDADES A THIS Beside
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Home Articles
FOR SALE : Rattan dining room :
and living room set, excellent
condition. Ne. 305 corner of
Mexico Avenue and 40th street.
Phone 3-3014.
OR SALE: Living -room suite; .;,
sofa and 2 chairs,. 2 and 'arid t,
coffee table and 2 tsbla lamps;
1 -baby carriage and ona play playpen.
pen. playpen. Ft. Kobbe, 100-B.l Phone
' 84-2126. .',r V
FOR SALE: 1 Haywood Wake Wakefield.!
field.! Wakefield.! livingreem set includes I
couch, 2 chairs, .1 oof fa table.
.Telephone Bal. 3776, house
'2247 Carr St. r, .
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 12' fiberglassod
: beet w 1 2 h.p. Motor and tmiler.
, Qrfs 0258-'A Gambea. Tel. Oay Oay-ton
ton Oay-ton 5259, during duty beuri..,
FOR SALE: Bargain! 26-Ft.
Cabin Crusier, "CAROLINE".
, 1 00 h.p. Grey Marina gasoline
motor, 4 bunks', teller, 2 foam
. rubber mattrassoe. $1400,00.
So at Balboa Yacht Club. Tla Tla-pbono
pbono Tla-pbono Panamo' 3-2079. '
Dogs
mi.
FOR SALE: Fawn colored "Box "Boxer
er "Boxer Puppies" : A. K.C. registered
pedigree Navy Pacific .1821 .1821-3518.
3518. .1821-3518. V
Old Archie
To Defend
LOS ANGELES, Sent.
Vr-wono, iigntneavyweignv caam
oion Arcnifi MooreoWjao success
fully c?eftnded- lla . crown, by
scoring a kayo oyer Tony ; An
thony last night, said today, that
Leiors taKmg on any neavy neavy-welghts
welghts neavy-welghts he would like to risk his
title.' against: Canadian 'rXron
Durelle who fought Anthony, to
a oraw some wo iron ma ago.
The only flirhts that ageless
Archie has lost in recent years
were knockouts suffered at
the hanrls of Rocky JWarclano
and Floyd Patterson,. ,-'
The chamnion. wh said after
last night's battle that he was
ui wondernil condition ", stop.
p d the challenger in 2:49 of the
seventn rouna of the schedule!
15-rounder before' crowd of
7500 which paid $60,000. r
The matth was even for' the
fin live rounds but in the sixth
Moore let loose-. vol 'ev uf
punches which left the chal
lenger In bad shape. Late in that
heat 'Archie, after punLihln the
game Anthony : unmercifully,
stepped back as . if cxpectlne
Tony to iaa, out wnen he cuon t
Archie. moved lr again .and
downed him with a right to the
jaw. i-
Anthony was saved by the bell
at the count of five-i whue
sprawled on his back. ". ;
The seventh was the-' begin beginning
ning beginning ef the end. MoorcAt eld
legs propelled him like a mad-,
dened bull as he came In for
the kllL and dropped Anthony

Aratmena Ave. and S3 St PAJBMAGIA

SERVICES
3-minuto i car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
' cars $5. Auto-Bake, Trsns-lsth-'
mian Highway near Soar.
The best dinners and drinks
- are served in our modern air.
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotoi Internacional "Pl
to S do- Mays.
Redristate
, IECAUSE I've decided to live
in the United Statos, I will soil
-t- rtiy Santa Clara Beach property.
, 8 acres, 5 furneshed houses.
:, Shop building, 2 wells with motor
and windmill See Forare at Sari-
,te Clara or write Geneva Shrapnel
, 1529 North AHan Avenue, Pa Pasadena,
sadena, Pasadena, California.
FOR SALE-Chalet in Callo 48
fate No.. 10, Phono 3-0319,
during office hours.
Lesson
LKARN BALLROdM Dancing
Adults Toonegers Protoena
slboa 1-4239. Harnett and
v Darese., Waifes "school of dsnc dsnc-ing
ing dsnc-ing knighra of Columbus Hall
(upstairs). Balboa 2-2363.
Would Like
Crown Again
under a. barrare of blows.
7 Referee Mushy; Callahan, then
put an end io the -slaughter.
r n knew- lihacR him from the
third round,", said Archie, when
It .was all over. "I set him up In
the fourth but missed the
chaiice. of mittinar him away.
The; nejrtT'opportunity came tn
the sixth, and this tune I took
tAnUiony said he would like
Another chance at Moore. He Is
n intelligent fighter," he de declared,
clared, declared, "and I learned more
from this bout than I did hi all
my other fights combined." ';
, Moore,. who received a guar guarantee
antee guarantee of $90,000, had spent 45
minutes in the, sweat box to
come 'down to .. the 175-pound
uimv. Auwwujr iuto
poimosr
USOrJWB JoOffer
Concert Featuring
European Artists
, The Rilhna t)Sff-JWB Will Offer
a concert featurine French violinist
Colette FranU, and ureea pianisi
composer Nicolas Astrinidis Mon
limv ntffhr mt S-1.V
' Tickets ior the ..concert will cost
SI for the general public. Service Servicemen
men Servicemen free.- Reservations will be
taken by telephone jit Balboa 107iV
Both artists are presenuy iour iour-int
int iour-int Central and South America
after a successful tour of Europe.
. Rnth Miss Krantz and Astr
dis received their advanced musi
cal training: us fans cmuci
ries. ...
Monday's concert will, include
piano soios and violin and piano
duets of compositions by Chopin,
Uersnwm and Astrinidis Aim sea.
CYF To Hold. :
Rally Saturday
AtParaiso';
. ' V i v. .....
' Continuing with its monthly ral rallies.
lies. rallies. The Christ for Youth Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship of Panama will hold an evan evangelistic
gelistic evangelistic rally at the First Baptist
Church, Paraiso,' on Saturday,
Sept 28, at 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of the rally,, is to
bring persona of different denomi denomi-aatioos
aatioos denomi-aatioos together, and encorirag
unbelievers to accept the Lord
while He- may be lound. ;
Chorusea, songs and testimonies
wui precede tie message.
JT """"a,",aiSPa"aiBSMiea
ReligioUs Movie
'John Wesley' ;
To' Be Shown Here
.'. .
Under the sponsorship of the Cu Cu-nad
nad Cu-nad ProtesUnt Church a new
movk entitled "John Wesley" wiU
be shews five times to the oeonle
of -tie Zone, and eace la Panes a
The places that the film la be
ing jbowa ia the Canal Zone are: i
The. Curunda Protestant Church
a Sepi. M, 27. and 23. On Sett.
28 la the First fcaptia Church
sod on Ort i
sin Church. The time of the
ihowiHis are aii tcumuL t t.jat
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Miscellaneous'
. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. QX.
WANTID TO BUY: Second
hsnd piano for a childr. In good
condition. Phona 1 1 5 Colon.
WANTED: Dutch family (one
child 6 years new 3 bedroom
chalet,; or apartment, Campo A A-legre,
legre, A-legre, or. II Cangrejo. Phone 3 3-6896,
6896, 3-6896, K.L. M.i ?
WANTED TO, BUY ChOvrolor
Belair 1956, tup doors, hardtop
V-B,- regular gear. Phono 1630,
Colon, r i
DEPARTS Arthur E. Elminger,

uorp. boards a plane on a return trip to the II. s. arter success
fully 'reaching' an- agreement with ,tho board of- directors of
Hotel El Panama to take over the operation of the hotel. At
right, is Juali' Vneg, Sale "representative- of Braniff Airways
' -. -v ,'. : r, in Panama. ,' : k.- t
MMasMfesaaMiaBiapailaneM!!

Bronze Star, Commendation Ribbon
Awarded At Review In Fort Davis

Awards of the Bronze Star Med
al for valor ad the Commenda
tion Ribbon with metal pendant
were' maue .uus morning quxuik
a 764th AAA Battalion reyiew at
Fort Davis honoring Pfc, A d e 1
W C nl Af tha nUAtU -mnA. rWfl
LeeL. Douglas, commanding, otii
er of the 60th Armx. Band. Fort
Gulick. T -.
, Col. Walter L. KUlilae,- new
commanding oficer of the 65ih
AAA Group, presented the medal
to Singer and the Ribbon to. Doug
las. 1 '- h -.
In the reviewinff narty. with .Kit
lilae were Lt.- Col. Albie L. Mc-
Duff, commanding oficer of the
764th,' and CWO Arthur W. Sher
man, battalion adjutant.
Singer, whose home is in L
Stamp Collectors
Told Hoy To Gel
Hew Gorgas Issue
stimn collectors desiring first-
day cancellations ox ine ionncom ionncom-ing
ing ionncom-ing commeorative stamp marking
the 75th birthday of Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital may send addressed envelopes
to the Postmaster, Balboa, Canal
Zone, with s money order remit remittance
tance remittance to cover the cost of stamps
to be affixed.
' Stamos will be issued Nov. 17.
Postage stamps and personal
checks will. not be accepted in
payment. .. i
: Envelopes submitted should be
of ordinary letter size and each
be properly addressed. An enclo
sure of medium weight should be
S laced in each envelope and the
lap either turned in or sealed. An
outside envelope must not be sent
for return of the first-day covers.
Each' cover should be pencil
marked in the upper right corner
to show the number of stamps to
be affixed, therefore no letter us
irucuons need be rent. The en envelope
velope envelope to the Postmasters, Balboa,
canal 'Zone, should he endorsed
"first day covers.
'Requests for unusual arrange arrangements
ments arrangements and plate numbers cannot
be granted. -.Request
far nint stamps must
not be included with orders for
first-day. covers, but sent separate separately
ly separately to the Postmaster, Balboa, Can Canal
al Canal Zone. t ;- )-'
To insure ororoDt shipment, of
the 3-cent stamp, orders should
not include other denominations.
TIMELY RESPONSE
KNOrvTLLE. Tenn. OTP)
Detecuve R. C. Caele cooldnt
prove a 13-rear-Old boy had atO-i

lien two tuns, so he told the sus-the

pect. "I want those tuns back

the owners house by 5 p.ra.,that three tenets. f t

iThey were fcack ty J p.nu I

V WANTED Stenographer ospa-f
rienced competent. Shorthand
English- Spanish.' -Good speller.
' Columbia Pictures, Eusebio Mo-
roles. ,

WANTED: Experienced radio
serviceman. Apply at Curundu
Rsdio Shop. 4:30 p.m. to 10:00
P.m.
.WANTED: Panamania fe

male, single, 37, High Scool edu-
.'cation seeks employment abroad "1

i or traveling.- Call Miss Kelly 2- f

0610. Monday-Saturday.
s CORNY CHALLENGE
KOKOMO. Ind. life) Io
wa corn- may be knee-high b"
the Fourth of July, but farmc
John Cheek wants to know wha
it has done recently, cheek ha
a 16-foot stalk of com on hi.

farma South American lm-t

port. : ,1

Mix

vice-president of Hilton Hotels
i
Junta; Colo.. Is assigned as a tar
get repairer, with7 the 38th AAAf
Detachment (RCATX He was a-j
warded the Bronze'iStar for "exJ
emplary. action in combat againstt
an armed enemy" en Aug. 171
1943, on the island of Attu in he
Aleutian Group. At that .time Sing-I
er was a rifleman in the 4th In-
fantry., ..'"
Singer, who has J6 years of Ar-I
mv. service, holds the following
decorations and ribbons: .the Pur-i
pie Heart." Good, Conduct Ribbon J
American .Defense .-Medal, Nation-
al Defense; Medal. World War HI
victory Medal, American Theater
Ribbon. Korean ; Kiobon, united
Nations Ribbon,. Korean Presiden-
Campaign Ribbon and the Com4
bat Infantryman's Badge.. j
He arrived in 'this command in
December last year upon transfer.
from the Erie ordnance .Depot.
on Clinton Ohio.
Douglas; a native of Chester.
III., received his award for men
torious service as commanding of-
iiler of the 282nd ,Army Band,
4th Infantry Training Regiment,
U.S. Army infantry Training cen
ter, Fort Jackson, S.C., from-Ju
ly 6. 1953 to May 110. 1957.
The citation accompanying his
award mentioned that through his
efforts the band was maintained
consistently as one of the 'Out
standing organizationi of its type
in the Army, une of the resuiai
of his "patient and persevering ef ef-orts,"
orts," ef-orts," the citation continued, was
the fact that the band maintained
"the praiseworthy record of over
1200 consecitive days without an
absentee." '
. The 60th Army. Band, provided
music for today's .ceremony, and
while Douglas was in the review
ing line the organization was led
by M-Sgt. Frank S. Pennucci. the
band's first sergeant, and Pfc
Charles SacqHety, drum major. ...
Florida To PeVmif PeVmif-NuHists
NuHists PeVmif-NuHists To Remain
In S. Dade County
MIAMI (UP) The Dade Coun
ty Metropolitan Commission voted
a-g today to auow a nudist camp
to operate in South. Dade County,
but with plenty of restrictions.
"Now this thing will grow like
Topsy," complained Commission
Lhairraaa fans N. Cowart. ena
of the two dissenters.'
Edwin Lee Mason, the other op
ponent, said: i n not is favor
of extending or expanding the ac activities
tivities activities down there. -
The camp is run by Mr and
Mrs. J. Reed Suplee and is lo located
cated located near Horn stead. It has
been 'rtn oa- a "family and
tnenas scale since 1948.
The commission action wnrife
ciidd to exoand membrnhio.
but not its terntorr. and rwu-n
sirtbery surbousd tart,

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ITURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE NDJ1
81 GEORGE W UNDER
THE STORX OF MARTHA WAYNE
On a Rampage
By WILSON SCRUGGS
r-ruAT eppPttoA n ymiit fuel supply
. u..A.F. OUe THREE, SIX, THIS 15
A-. i FOUR, NINE, THREE, f WHERE THE PEVIL HAN
..WE HAVeK5IX TO WO... J WE'VE 8EEN TRYINS
m SHOT.,.
HAVE OU KEN 3
THIS BASE IS UNPEK TYPHOON ALERT. J
ALL AIRCRAFT ARE ORPEREP TO 6ET 4
TO RAisevou
FOR HALF AN HOUR.'
OUT IMAHEPIATELY

s TEBR" AND TAB PIRATE

'WE'RE OKAX50N; lj
COMING HOME NOW.
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18 Battle Streamers Drape From Flag

As Svkes' Regulars Hold

. Th 20th Infantry passed In re-
view belore Regimental Command Command-k:
k: Command-k: mnptiind as the men 01
Skves' Reguiars wound up its two-
Say celebration of Organuabon
' Headquarters and ?dj?ff
' Company,
. Charles C. Earlywalked off wrth

Charles C. Earlywaucea on wj- - ,n deter.
the coveted Howe Trophy Pfe-rP"'1 too man. in the Regiment.

aented to the outstanding compa compa-...
... compa-... k noimpnt bv aominat-
ing the conmunicaUons events m
Friday s ieia uay cumycuuu".
JWTC'i Sfc Humberto Zoniga, a
nine year Army veteran, took top
honors for individual soldiering In
stiff; competition lasting for three
hours Friday's orning Zoniga
was declared the Best Drilled Sol Soldier
dier Soldier in the Regiment.
Eighteen battle streamers drap draped
ed draped -from the Regimental
the- colors passed the' stands this
moring colors passed the stand this
wen's history passed with it. From
,the Civil War to the present, the
ROth has had a major share in A A-sjierican
sjierican A-sjierican history,

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'nr nhwFHT W. GARRETT, commanding officer of the 20th
'KXtoei presents the "Howe- trophy to the first
5&:o?Ha Indq Company 20th infantry, MSgt Jamca
irr e trOD wM presented to Hq. and Hq. Company
'thSmU iri iht organization day field day.
S tFt Kobba Friday and -was presented at the organiza organiza-tion
tion organiza-tion day Pdto Pnoto by BP3 Bill Mutoch)

Finns Mourn Death
Of Jean Sibelius.
Famous Xcnipbser
HELSINKI, Sept. 2l"(UP) A
itunned nation today mourned the
ealb of Jean Sibelius, one of this
tentnry' ost famous composers.
tS, who ould have been
v in December, died last mgnt
"om a brain bemorrahage ; us
tountry home near He"k,i'
. "5-.h .mn mi Sir Malcolm
" SargentVwa. lifting his baton, to
Bel 'SibeuW Fifth Symphony
it' University au m pcu...
Flags fluttered at bilfmast to to-tay
tay to-tay all over Finland. t -Finns
who knew the old compos
. from his walk around his coun coun-ty
ty coun-ty borne, musician . ho had
rorked wilh him, and Finns who
tnew him only through his music,
III mourned his passing.
Telegrams of condolence began
souring in from all over the world
' W news of nil death wai announc announced.
ed. announced. Sibeliua will be given a state
..no... I h final, tribute ot the lit-
3 nation- that considered him its
eaoing, citizen.
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INGRID BERGMAN
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both days ot tne iestivities, ana
iare cioWd turned ouiioi uuui ?
Vimti Kvenis yesteroay auu-
parade t0Qayt.; M
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luiti' urp ih order
r u. toctPi-iljv mornine
riiiitiTarv events .weit wc v
iwenty-two guiaon Dearer startea
the day's activities as they were
viuiwIuiuk nr commands, neatness
in annparance And Sharpness Of
preseutation were among the main
categories under which, the men
were judged. Sgt. Albert Clarke of
I Company came out on top.
Tn matter of minutes squads
from the variousompanies irom
Fort Kobbe to Fort iaws to me
Tnnoi warfar Training Center at
Fort Sherman were taking their
turns on the field,
Best Drilled Platoon honors were
taken bv M-Sgt Fred Demaio of
Company I.
Meanwhile, as tne crowa looiiea
on approvingly, Col. Garrett
whose forerunner,. Major General
caaaate!lajl
Four Dutch Crewmen
Killed As Sea Mine
Explodes In Harbor
MARSEILLES. Sapt. 21 XV?-
A World Ward II mine explod exploded
ed exploded in the heart of Marseilles Har Harbor
bor Harbor toda, killing four Dutch sai sailors.
lors. sailors.
! Police said four crewmen of the
Dutch dredger H.A.M. were' kill
ed when tne deep-sea mine it naa
scooped up went off with a deaf deafening
ening deafening war.
V Dozens Of persons were nureo
by flying debris and splinters of
the mine, police said. Buildings
Were damaged in a broad radius
along the waterfront.
SWIM PROVES FATAL
PANAMA CITY. Fla. (UP)
A middle-aged Miami man was
recovering today from a tragic
night swim in which his wife
drowned. John A. Armstrong, a a-hout
hout a-hout "if) was hospitalized nhortlv
after passersby rescued him as
ne struggiea 10 Keep nis wuc -float
In the choppy gulf waters.
Mrs. Armstrons was sivct arti
ficial MSDiration. but did not
respond.
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Celebratioh

. ft i I .. ll Ii.ua
i.onpMn xvmh 11 y I wi-ii nave
ajdone tne same roae ms newij
duueu uuia, o..v...
Irlov's aftivitips list hand. LlCllt
machine sun drills, heavy machine
gup drills and howitzer drills were
in the limelight.
The afternoon was devoted to
non-military events. The :.te a m
from JWTC posted the fastest time
in climbing the greased pole, one
of the toD events of the. day in
spectator' interest. )
inil Rain R Rprrvhill nf Ha And
Hq Company-climaxed the long
day o' events by grabbing the
prpasprf oie at it ran around Rench-
er ieid.
In the final standings,, CompanyHij
T .i I
I of the Third Battalion, Fort Da Davis,
vis, Davis, placed second in the running
for the Howe Trophy, and H, Com Com-panytj
panytj Com-panytj of the Second battalipfy
third:
' An integral part of today's cerei
monies was the memorial service
conducted in. memory of the mny
men of the Regiment who have
oivpn thpir livps in the nast centu
ry, upholding the democratic wy
o me.
Nickel Plant Built
In Cuba During War
To Be Sold By U S.
wicmwr.TnW Sut. 2V fUP
The government announced yes
terday it nas oecioea 10 sen or
lease it giant 100-million dollar
nickel plant at iN.icaro, vuDa.
The Cpnpral Servicei Adminlsi-
tration said disposal of the plant,
buiK during World War II and
pvnanrlpH Hurinff thai Korean con
flict, had been approved by the
ueiense uepanmeni.
The Nicaro plant, second largest
nickel producer in the free world,
turns out 50 million pounds of
nicxei a year, u was duhi Dy me
government to insure adequate
supplies of the vitul metal during
wartime.
The. GSA said the, government
flfipiHpr? tn epll it lippancB nrlvato
industry Was making substantial
expansions which would meet U.S.
defense needs.
'It also said that under the dis-
, nmal tprm to be announced lat
er, the government would continue
to have access tb any part of the
plant i output needed tor oeiense
purposes. y
Thp (IS.A aairf it wnnlil invitp
proposals from industry on terms
for leasing or purchasing the
plant.
Production was suspended in
1947 but was resumed in July,
1952, and the plant has been un under
der under full operation since.
v v . .. .u ..in.) mwa, ui
nickel was placed in the U.S. de defense
fense defense stockpile. Since then, all of
me plant s production nas oeen
sold to industry and it has shown
a profit
. Last year. a House Govern
ment Operations subcommittee
headed by Rep. Jack Brooks (D (D-Tex)
Tex) (D-Tex) investigated charges' that
"political favoritism" was in
volved in the awarding of con
tracts for the Nicaio expansion
Former Republican National
Chairman Leonard W. Hall was
accused of "clearins" eonstrurtinn
companies to workon the plant
only after they had shown they
were operated Dy nepuoucans.
discussed making campaign con contributions
tributions contributions to the GOP at a mpt.
ing with Hall and that officials of
his arm later contributed 17.500.
In Japan As In US,
Dogs Bite Mailmen
WAKAYAMA; Japan, Sept. 21
(UP) Japanese dogs are no less
antagonistic to postmen than those
of any other country, the post postmaster
master postmaster of Wakayama district dis disclosed
closed disclosed yesterday in announcing
mail no longer would be delivered
to homes with unleashed dogs.
He said Japanese-postmen suf
fer about 10,000 one a year.

Army Protests Russian Interference
With Berlin-Bound Military -Trains

BERLIN, S'pU 20 t UP)
y- .JJZ.v today to Sovi-I
Tuthonti a gainst!
et miWary autnOTiiw
U.S. Army OMca
Ruuiaa interfer
5 Army trsins
running betweea isolated Berlin
and the West
The Army said the Russians
held up an American traia carry carrying
ing carrying food and other perishable sup sup-pbes
pbes sup-pbes for the Berlin garrison for
early tw hours today. It saW
... ci. ArhfA a mail ear
auarters ia Heidelberg todayand
handed a Tiger protest
against the mprwegmiw -v-tioo."
the Ui.. announcement
MThV blockade Of Berlim
begaa with haratsing acUod
against Westeri Allied military
.A:.. k...h.i armu torn 110
miles of 0mmu!ft East German
territory aeparauag serua i
the West.
n.. Ana aitMMtnce-
, tin iv.-
' ..i4 K. a,a inridentS D-
tan whe Sovwt Tinai
. ak am lr fi in.
. the mail --
halted the traia at the Maneabora

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UNHAPPY COMING Earl Richard 'Williamson, 28, former
Oakland, Califs school teacher, looks a bit befuddle. on his'
arrival in San Francisco after being handed a subpoena ; to
appear before the House un-American Activities Committee
on Sept. 28 by Paul Neuer (left). Williamson, one of the A A-merlcans
merlcans A-merlcans who toured Red China without the sanction of the
State Department, had just arrived Irom Honolulu, where his

passport." was seizea.
Visitor To Red China
Claims US Getting
Watered-Down View
NEW YORK UP) Earl WU WU-liamson,
liamson, WU-liamson, first of a group of stu students
dents students and teachers to return home
from a -tour of Keo t-mna, sam
yesterday Americans are getting
a atered-down" and "silly"
view of that country because their
own newsmen are riot allowed to
go there.
wiuiomann '98-vear old former
Oakland, Calif, high schoolteach
er said I leel mai me Anienctm
people must, know more about
China. ', ; .
"I feel that the view of China
that the American people get is
dnwi because OF a
lack of direct press coverage that
it is suiy," ne saia.
The tall, handsome chemistry
teacher said he will ask the
;, rsit T.ihrt es Unton to
help him get back hs Passport,
State Department,. t
t At kiva anv money and
I need competent legal advice,
'I im broke right;' noW
omildn't travel right away J if I
wanted to. But I would lrke to
i rhma in innuL ait;
i would love to
Jee what fhas happened in, the
meantiftie." : e.
Juvenile Jackpot
NEW YGRK, Sept. 21 (UP) -LitUe
Maureen Lyons Jwlly hit
"ESL. .... h,. found $5
in anhwav station sear her
home. Fbidayshe found M to n
envelope at the school where she
is a sixtn graaer.
Yesterday she walked out of a
police station with $970 an
amount she found last June in a
7 i. ... mA ubseouent!v
rewarded since its owner did not
claim it.
Take A Flyer
LONDON, Sept. 21 (UP) -FJr-
i.. ... K. oanr than motoring
for those who like to build their
own auTiane. j
The highlight of the "do
yourself" exhibition here Is s a
"build-irourtelf open cockpit
plane costing a mere $980. It s a
single seater of French design.
The cheapest car Britons can buy
costs $1,240, Including tax-
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the east'-west Germ-
checkpoint
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n border.
The U.S. officer In charge oi we
train rejected the Soviet protest,
, that such trains al-
wavs had carried mail cars.

While th officer comerrea who ion. ..... ;
Soviet officials an East German- Dividing France's Natk)aJ As Astra
tra Astra in crew surreptitiously de- ajmbly are the Implacable? de detached
tached detached the mail car and shunted i lands of the conservative parties
It to a siding. - e the far right and the Commun-
The U.-Army ordered another 1 1 b'oe on the far left The rigbt rigbt-military
military rigbt-military tram bound from Berlin its demand stronger provision ia
to Bremerhaven tor pick up the tie Bourges plan to guarantee
mail car but the Soviets refused continued French control of Al Alto
to Alto permit It. ' ' geria. The communists demand
Two America military "police- stronger steps towsrd complete
mm stood guard berime the de- Algeriaa Independence.
taebed mail car which finally was Neither group is satisfied with
moved te West Germany by an Bourges plan, and toghether they
East German freight train after control enough National Assembly
an eight-hour delay. ' toPP'a bis government
The second incident occurred' If toraorows poliUcaLUlka fail
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snoruy oeiore n- wwai
the Soviets held op for nearly tw
hours another U.S. mibtary train
traveUng to Berua irom jiremer-
haven.
Vh- tr.i. -a', eairvinf eieht r

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$100,000 Bail Set ;
In Case Of Accused
Acid-Throwing Boy
NEW YORK. Sent. '21 fUPY An
aroused Brooklyn magistrate set
bail at $100,000 for accused lye
thrAWAi' Mauri TTalAr tnAav
while doctors fought to save the
eyesigni 01 a io-year-om vicum.
Magistrate John Starkey said
the assault on navlH DTArslrv a
senior at Thomas Jtefferson High
r. I ti i .ii i I
pcnooi, was a wanion tiacK or a
maniacal and diabolical- nature
with complete disregard for all
society." ;
Doctors at St. Clare's HosDital
Said it would he "several davs
whether Ozersky would be bunded
ior .we.
He was truck in the face bv 11
quid lye yesterday hurled from a
beer bottle, Nine-teen, other stud
ents inn rn teainer auttern min
or bums from the caustic acid.
Pnlip aaiH Kstalnr a 17.vflr
old negro, threw the lye btecause
Ozersky. had him arrested recent recently,
ly, recently, nn a mnrals and ao.aault
charge. Kessler was arested on
a street corner shortly after the
auacK'.
Tti pttincr th iinniially? biph
Dan, Maritey denied a mouon oy
Kessler s attorney to have him
commuted as a nosDJiai ior raeu
tal tests. Xi ir.-A:i i
Starkw M tia hiif -luKil tn
formed that Ozeraky's family had
received v three threatening, tele telephone
phone telephone calls since Kessler ; was
arrested. .The high bail, he said.
woum Keep xne ooy in jau. (
"T muMn'fr hav thi Aii-mir itnn
science if somethint haDnened."
Doctors said there- would have
been no chance of savins Ozer-
sky's eyesight if v a chemistry
teacher had not rushed him under
a snower 10 wasn on tne caustic.
Doctors said Ozerskv's fare was
scarrea severely.'. -.
To Save j
Hev French Govf.t
Ends In Failure i
PASTS "Sent, it f'tTPVLA 12
hour, struggle to find a way to
keep France s 22nd postwar gov government
ernment government from collansinff ended; in
failure last nieht but the nation's
top political leaders agreed 4 to
mane one mora isst-cutcA eaort
today. -W t-aX-vij.
' Snrl.lU Prml V TWanrif
Bourges Maunoury h a d called
laHri a Pranr'a nnlitiral nir.
ties Into an unprecedented ."round
Alffpriaa -iiuiti whirh ihraatona In
Itopple his cabinet in, a confidence
yot, next Saturday., : ,
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At !sgU It Bourges complicated
pun for granting limmited self govt
eminent to Alseria in an effort to
-rait the economy-draining rebel-
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rnc jO have beea shoved ta I
the trlk ot a political crisis
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a.nce the end of World War n.
! Immediately at stake Is not only
bom. and a ft
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King Haakon:

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AST n 1 fianf.:: 91 YTTPI .Kintr
Haakon, VII, who ruled Norway
lor 52 yeara, died today of old
age and ; a respiratory ailment
that had left mm on tne ww
of death "f or several wekes.
The sSyear-old monarch died
in his royal palace at 4:35 a.m.
Death came after a period of
almost two years during which
Norway's beloved king, oneiOf
the world's few remaining cons
titutional monarens, naa
tmnhiprf with thfl after-effects
of a : hip. fracture and'-thegjtt-eral
debilities of old age.;
AmacJbr Service

Army Contest-Winning Photos

Priz"i. winning entries in the
U.S. Army Caribbean photography
contest are on dispUy at the Fort
Amador service club. Phlor to be
ing forwarded to Department of
the Army for Judging in the AU
Army and. Seventh Inter-- Serv Service
ice Service Competition. ( :
Photographs selected last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the command finals will
remain on view through Sunday
in the Amador cluk during tne
regular hours I operation:
Today, noon te i p.m. and
p.m. to 16 p.m.
Seven photographers'' com peting
in amateur and professional class
es, shared in the $130 cash a a-wards.
wards. a-wards. 'Prizes of $25,- $20, $15 and
$10 were scheduled for the top
four pictures in each category, but
under contest rules no participant
Lcould receivei more than one place
prize ai any level oi compeuuon.
' Top winners selected were: black
and -white single photograph, ama amateur
teur amateur class, William M. Lax, Fort
Kobbe, for VThe Maestro," first;
Sfc, 1st Lt. Joseph Hirn, Fort
Gulick, "Silent ; Prayer.'V," second:
Sgt., Hirn,. "Gnarled Cpro s,"
third; Capt. Pavid Litowsky, Fort
M.obbe, wt ie 5ee," lourtn.
Black and white single photo
graph, professional class,.; Lt.r Col.
Leslie c. wood, ; .tort Clayton,
"San (Bias Mona Lisa fit f;
Col. Wood, "''Design for Living,"
second; Sp3 -Bruce O.SBleckart,
Fort Gulick, "Love Thoughts in
the' Sand, third; -Sfc? JackL K
Butson, Fort GuIlct."t?,"TImeKss
Hand of Industry, fourth5 r-.$
xiiacx anai wnue victuro : storv.
professional classy, both first and
second places won bv Col. Wood
toe -Bait," ndT'PresidentEisen.
nower -visits Panama." v . r s
. Color1 I transparencies.' amateur
class," 2nd Lt. Paul R. Ellis,' Fort
uayion, rauen rruit"; t,t. EiUs,
"Manhattan." second: Set.t. Hirn.
"French Plaza,'-' tthird; Capt. Li-
lowsxy, -coming storm," fourth,
i Color transparencies, profession professional
al professional class, Col. Wpod, -''San fi 1 as
Backyard," firsts Col. ? Wood,
-iress. up," second; -sp.: fleck fleck-ert,
ert, fleck-ert, ''Cool Perfection,', third; Col.
Wood,? "Jamaioan Joy," fourth.;
Pictures, aU selected in post post-level
level post-level contests, were Judged by Eu
gene jw. uerr; presiaent of t h e
Diablo Camera Club,: C. S. La
Clair. Official DhotoffranhAr tit th
Panama Canal Company- and Re
ne noa; proiessional photograph-
ei- in railing v.:: '.;. -"' v -V
Other.- winner! vhn : o,nrV .
chosen to. represent U. S. Army
anuneas piacea ra post contests
as follows; -!--kr-rl;.q.-,.
- Black and white single, amateur,
Atlantic side contest, all four nl.
es won by Sgt Hirn. Fort Am a-
aor, &P3 Taylor Smith, first;
Maj. David L, Cantor, detfond and
thirds Pfc. Walter Clesle, fourth;
Fort Kobbe, Lt.CoU Silvestre E.
Ortis, first; U. tax, aecond; Capt
Litowsky, third and fourth.
Black and whir ainu n
k!0"1. AtlaaUe side, Sgt. Butson,
iuav .ua louno; -s,sp. Bleckert,
second and third. Fort Clayton,
Col. Wood, first and fourth; Sp3
ft"i Johnson, second and
third. Fort Kobbe, Lt. Col Gene
R.. Welch, first, third and fourth;
Sp3 Billy D. Muench, second..'
- :

iUMSO FERRY Watching the UphanU UVe their daUy bath
is a prune ettrertion for tourtfts at Kandy. Ceylon. Occanonally
, the lest timid, like this pretty pair, dunk aboard the huge
animals foe a tide actocs tho Ganga Rivea.

VII of Norway

Palace 'authorities 1 delayed;
nearly an hour while word was
the- palace when he breathed
his last: i ,- r i
, '
v Haakon was automatically
J M .... .laVjaa- 1.1a Aiiai
nnraMlad -am klnr hv his Mill
OUT, Who will ne lormauy in-
stalled after a period of mourn-
lng..as King OUT Vi. ?
t n o r w e elans: who are as
trongly ; ; royalist as Britons,
were.toid aDOut waanons qewn
Club displays
Hi ark asd white niclure story,
professional, Fort, Clayton first
and second- places won cy o i.
Wood. - i 1
" Color transDar'encicS. profession'
al; Atlantic side. -So. 'Bleckert; all
four places, r ort uayton, coi.
wooa, au lour places.
In the amateur color transpar
ency contests 16 winners w ere
chosen to compete in tne tunais,
but only the ton ten pictures from
the command can be submitted to
Washington for judging. Post win
ner! were: Atlantic Kide.1' act.
Hirn,; first and fourth; Pic. Phillip
H. uibson, second; sp2 Aaymond
H. Bustabade, third. Fort Ama
dor, Sfc. Jerry L. Wrinkle, fust
and .third; Pvtf- Clesle, second;
Pfc. Richard L.' Way mack, fourth.
Fort Clayton. 1st. Lt. Louis 'A.
Kaufman,' first; Lt. Ellis, second,
tnira and lourtn. ort Kobbe,
Capt. Litowsky, all four places.
Pictures taken by Pet. Gibs o n,
&p. irn, Fvt. Clesle. Sgt. Wnn
p,:, Hin
tie, Lt.
Ellis. Lt. Kaafman and
Capt. Litowsky will be forwarded
to represent. USARCARIB in this
'Robert E. Mattielli, craft direc director
tor director with the Special Services OP
nee, who processed photographs
for the USARCARIB contest, also
aranged the exhibit o winning
Florida Barber Held
IJvelWWolWar:
i ORLANDa i Flal UPJi-nranff
County authorities' held a 33-year-
oia oarDer toaay m tne deatn of a
young- Georgia man during an
argument over "who '. won the
war." -..- v., ..' ?: .,
Sheriff Dave ; Starr' said tittle
West Kersey,.; 24,- of ; Stilmore,
Ga., was stabbed and shot to
death at a barber shop nine miles
east'.oi- here." y- X' -f.'---..
Herman Ia Allen, owner of the
bahber. shop. was held" in the
Lcounty; Jail .here on : an open
cnarge.' v:,
The sherif said .a witness : te
the slaying, Harry ; Ryan,, said
only that thr shooting and stab
bing occured' when the two dis disagreed
agreed disagreed about "who, won the war."
Star said Kersey and. Allen had
been in Orlando together Wednesday-afternoon
and returned to
Allen's shop. .Ryan 'was cus-
IUU1C1 ill Miv mi viinii m v m
time of L the argument, He said
Allen and Kersey kept arguing
"while Allen .iras '' cutting my
hair.". Y
Ryan told deputies Alien
stabbed the Georgia man with a
pair of barber's scissors 1 in te
chest and then ordered the
wounded man to sit down. .'
"I told Allen I'd be back later."
the frightened Ryan said.: "But he
told me to sit still and ne a unisn
cutting my hair." ;
Rvan told deputies Kersey at
tempted to"1 get out ef the barber
shop and tnat Alien mm snot, mm
with a Germ a a pistol he was car carrying
rying carrying in his belt-"r ;
V
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Dies at 85;

In a 44-word communique from
stayed by vhs bedsido day and
of Norway died today at 4:35'
a.m. His' condition earlier In tne'
night was not especially alarm'
ing. And the king slept peace
fll 1 lva ll Valf 1 1 fVtAvc. mam at ifaA n M I
heart failure, n which caused
death' in the course t of a fe,w
minu.es. x
The 1 final bulletin was signed
by Doctors H.r A. Salvesen and
uw ,i5Kina. -
tie.aK.qii una Deeu gruveiy :- iu ;
for more than two weeks.-
He had -trouble breatning. ana
the. circulation In his- right leg
was hampered probably as a
result of the two-year-old hip
fracture,
ii..i.u..-ru;.M, ii;.
1A.YMr.nirf Rrirfft
Jailed Illegally J
-TVs IWniNF.S. Iowa ttJP
Chester Brodzenski, 26, began' a
court battle tod a v to free his; 16-
year-old bride from the county ;
juvenile, homev
RrnH7ensVf vnwerl :tn f'fiffht t.A
get her back with my last breath'?
as he filed a suit of habeas or"
pus to win his wife's release, She' 1
titna rT rrA ,i vi tha hnm aa firhait hsftL
IVT o j yisivcu m .a iiviiiv Vfl"-" aaw. . j;
father- filed charges ot contribut
ing to jnedeunquency ot a' mi-'
nor against Brodzenski,
Brodzenski said-his bride, the'
former i Mary Frances Bowman.
was "being restrained and held
against her wiLL without cause"?
in the Polk County juvenile hom t'
- fr"Sh is not a rielinnuent inrnr.
rigible or neglected," he said.
, rne r cpupie marriea' at neamy
Altbrfiia Sept, 10. without obtaining
consent-oi jviiss cowman's par parents,
ents, parents, as required for. girls under
18i s
v'-'Marj) Frances just Wrote down
license; Brodzenski said. "No one
quesuoned ner.'i "r -
Brodzenski,. the father of three
Children by i' previous marriage, -contended
that bv reason of her

marriage, .nis'-' Wiie -naa reacnpA
'her majority" ad therefore wl 1

a mce oiKe

PolisKrDnnlcihg P
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parliamentary -commission report
ed failure today in the govern V
ment's effort to control skyrocket
ins consumotion of vodka bv nrie

increases'. . Vi

The .commission said despite :
higher prices, consumption in Po it
land ha OAn un. 1R ni- ont Tf
irecommended leaving prices alone. '..
I veathir Or Not,

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24 hours ending t a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo- j
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