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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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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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; OCT 7.1957
TOUniST flites :
'- HOMEWARD rad
DAILY NEWSPAPER
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CANADIAN
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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1957
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r Capt. Theodore Brennan,inaster of the Grace Line freight
et. mad the 200.000th transit Of th

Panama Canal by an ocian-soin commercial cesser yesterday

afternoon was unaware tnat nis snip was m -hub
- lu .1.1- ..nrrnin cxmninv ami red-leaning ior a

new paint job, when Panama Afencles ajent Frank .Zeimete
broueht him the mews, at the Pacific entrance to the canai.
- Like a housewife caught unawares by approaching compa compa-yV
yV compa-yV the slim red-haired klpper sprang into action. AU hands
weJeW te parting, and bf the. .fdp VtwMj
th Miraf lores Xocks not a trace of ed-lead could be seem, al al-thSngfthi
thSngfthi al-thSngfthi boatdlnr party fqund the deck atrifle sticky under underfoot
foot underfoot as they walked over Jresh black paint.

of the American Export Lines,

At Miraflores -Locks'; Acting

Gov. Hugh Arnold headed ie
ofjicial party which included
. tnt..... e nnHlmnn Ma-

rine Director, Will Arey, Public

rntw minturv assistant to the

Governor, J. Eufus Hardy, chief

of Pressi and puoncauons a
Fred" de V. Sill, tetired Chief ad-

measurer, wno nas waccnea me
first, and 100.000th transits as

well a yesterday's event.

Others who boarded were au author
thor author W Storrs Lee and Mrs; Lee
Irom Berkeley, Calif., and Hal

Davis and Dan Buscne or wona
Video Productions Inc., who are

filming local scenes for "Treas "Treasure
ure "Treasure Unlimited"- a network tele-

Vision program. :
A ceremony to commemorate
the occasion took place on the
"bridge of the Santa Mercedes,
. while the !6174-fross-tort ves vessel
sel vessel passed northbound through;
Mtraf lores locks 'r-;:'; -..'.:-

Brennan was accompanied; by
his chief officer O. Tetzlaff as
he accepted from Arnold ; -a

framed rCeunncate .v maicaiing

that hiA Vas the-,200,D00tn-transit.
Then he was awarded a small
Mid kev of the Order of the

' Bearers of the Master Key of
t.h Panama Canal.

Arnold told the. captain that

this is the 43rd such key. to De
u-esented.' and he read an a-

Lusing cttation which, accom

v. ..' flrv omti Mrriea l 'thai 3 7 ?V-

' fourth mUestone"' ship to be
'fcWjiarfy honored by the Canal
orattlztlon
. The fitst was-JBteel Exporter

which transited in 1938 as the
100,000th vessel. The second ship
honored was Nevadan of Ameri

can Hawaiian Lines, whicn tran

sited as 150,000th oceangoing

commercial vessel in April
The third was the Edward Liick Liick-eibach.
eibach. Liick-eibach. which broueht the bil

lionth ton of cargo through the

waterway last December.
Rodimon noted the acceler acceleration
ation acceleration with which the Canal is
passing milestones. Though it
took 25 years to put the first
hundred thousand ships
through and 18 years for the
second, a third may be expect expected
ed expected in 1968 if current traffic
rates continue.
The Santa Mercedes is en

route to New York with a cargo

of iron, zinc concentrate, copper,

canned fish and coiiee irom
Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Colom

bia,

Peru Severs
Last Relations

With Red World

Sate

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Reports

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JUST A LITTLE PECK, PLEASE! Athletic Club Queen GracejXombaan gets a peck on
the'oheek from Athletic club stars Carl Tuttle (left) and Joe Oliver (right; after winning

the annual FootDau jamDoree last nignt'as Mount iiope aiaaium.

LIMA. Peru, Oct. 5 (UP Pe

ru severed its last relations fcith
th Communist world last night.

It formally broke off wuh Cze

choslovakia and nskert c z C n

charge d'affaires Joseph Rutt and

(More pictures and story oil back page)
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soon as! possible.

The Peruvian ijovernmeiit charg

ed Rutt with giving the orders for

the Peruvian Communist Party,

ows, Radio-TV Pcdq rams Aim

To Tell 5tor

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READING CITATION Acting CZ Governor Hugh Arnold
reads a citation to Capt. Theodore Brennan, master of the
Santa Mercedes .during a ceremony held on-the ship's bridge
yesterday afternoon to mark the 200,000th transit through
the Panama anal. From left to right, Frank X. Zeimetz,
local manager of Panama Agencies, agents for Grace Line,
Brennan, Arnold and "Capt. Warner s. Rodimon, Marine Director-of
the Panama Canal; (Photo by Jean Bailey)

A week-long program of events
to interest both old and young has
been planned ior the coming week

in observance oi ire neveuuwu
Week in the Carial Zone.
The week will start off with a
hanci anH with a, bi2 parade in

Which firefighters and fire fight

ing equipment from ranama ana
the Canal Zone will participate.
Following this opening, demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations of fire fighting apparatus and

procedures, motion prciures, tele television,
vision, television, radio, newspapers and pub public
lic public seakers will tell the story of
fire prevention throughout the
week
The parade opening Fire Pre Prevention
vention Prevention Week will star at 9 o -clock
Monday morning from Po Po-fraa
fraa Po-fraa Park in Panama City, mak

ing a tour of Central Avenue and
along Aventda A to the C a n a;
Zone boundary at The Limits.
hi the Canal Zone the parade
will follow a route through Balboa,
15th Naval District, Fort Amador,

back to Diablo Heights, L.os mos,
fai4 riavtnn- Paraiso. Albrook Air

Force Base, Curundu and Ancoh.

Also scheduled for Monday are

lectures, demonstrations, and mo

tion pictures at tne uamooa ana
Cristobal elementary schools and
tbe-Cristobal high school.

Both Atlantre and I'acmc J? ire

Districts have planned lectures
and demonstrations at the various!

Zone schools on Tuesday, Wednes

day, and Thursday. This schedule

has been arranged with the coo

peration of school officials and in

dividual notices wjUl be issued 'at
the schools of the exact schedule.

Several public demonstrationrl

have been planned during the

week. These will be directed pri

manly to employes in industrial
areas and in shops: the general

public will be welcomed to any of

these demonstrations.- -?.
Crash fire fighting is to he dem.
onstrated at the Curundu training
area by the Air Force on Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday. This
specialized form of fire fighting is

expected to attract much atten

tion.
Motion pictures and special dis displays
plays displays have been arranged for
showing during the coming week

on the various armed forces re

servations.

The Caribbean Forces Network
is cooperating in the Fire Preven Prevention
tion Prevention Week program and special
programs on fire safety will be
broadcast and televised during the
week. A special feature 16 planned

for next Tuesday afternoon when
a live program from CFN will be
televised. This will show the fire

hazards of small boat.

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No Proof Of Theft,

So Laborer Found

Guilty Of Smuggling

Because ownership of several

pairs of men's undcrshorts, alleg

edly stolen from a ship that had
sailed could not he proved, a la

borer at the Cristobal pier area

yesterday was charged in Cristo

bal Magistrate's Court witn "smug "smuggling"
gling" "smuggling" but not until he had given
police on both sides of the border

a run for .tneif money.
The man, Salvador Jaen, 39,

was arrested at 2:50 a.m. yester

day when he was checking out of

the pier area and customs officials
noticed that he had something
bulging under his clothes.
Instead of stopping when he was
told to do so, the Panamanian
took flight and ran into Colon.
A Colon policeman standing on
the boundary line comer stopped
the fugitive, who was taken to

the Colon station. As he was be

ing transfered to the Cristobal po police,
lice, police, he broke away from the po policeman;
liceman; policeman; About 20 cops 'pursued
him until he. was finally caught.
It was 3 a.m. when he was book booked
ed booked at CristobaL
A notation on the police record
stated: . . i
"This man likes to run bird!
peed. Ha ran from the man at'

the sate and also broke awav

from Colon Police." f

In court, the "lool" he tried to
steal was discovered to be rive

pairs of boxer-type .shorts. The
shin be bad been workinf en. and

from which he allegedly stole the
underwear, bad sailed. ?

JMCTH TRANSIT Th Grace line's freighter Santa Mercde Is lh 300,000th; bluewater 'found hriftianni!adi

omaecisl .v.!p to transit H Janm Canal. r -,y r trbete by 4ea Bailey fined Jaea $2fc v;;

Live Ammunition

Found By Laborers
In Fishbowl Area

Live aKununition found in the

Fishjbowl Area of- Ancon recently
caused considerable consternation

among the residents there.
Parents first learned of it when
a house-to-house check was made
in the residential section, by a Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone policeman who question questioned
ed questioned boys whether they had any
knowledge of the ammunition.
About four to five rounds of 38

caliber unusued ammunition had

been found in the grass by
Grounds Maintenance Division

employes on Thursday.

A radio car policeman was sent
to search the entire area includ including
ing including trashans. The unused ammu ammunition
nition ammunition was recovered and dispos disposed
ed disposed of by the police department.
Police said they did not know
who was responsible for throwing
the live ammunition away.

Sommer Enters
Lowest Bid On
Gaillard Lights

A low bid of $30,000 was made
by L. R. Sommer for the installa

tion of experimental lighting in

Gaillard Cut, between Culebra
and Empire reaches. The bids
were opened yesterday afternoon
in the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights.
Other bids ranging from $41,490
to $62,900 were entered by Bildon

Incorporated, W. A. Rogers, the

Electric Service Company of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and the Consolidated Inter

national Electrical Company Incor Incorporated
porated Incorporated of New York.
An additional sum of $1,500 was

added by the Consolidated Inter

national Elecy-ical Company to its
original bid of $50,053 following the
receipt of the special addenda
which gave notice that the project
would fail within the classifica classification
tion classification requiring the 1100 an hour
wage minimum. Local contractors
acknowledged the addenda but did
not Itemize the additional cost of

the minimum wage law in their

lump sum bids.
.. The projefct is the first of two
contracts to be advertised for bids
by the Panama Canal Company

to which the wage and hour provi

sions of the Fair Labor Standards
Act will apply. The second will be

the work rf widening the GaUlard

Cut at Faraiso Curva. ,These bids
will be Opened October 9.
The experimental fehtint nroiect

crease tne ,canai capacity ana,
provide safer navigational facilities
through Gaillard Cut at night. It

calls for the installation Of non-

shielded fluorescent lights mounted
on steel standards rising approxi

mately .30 feet above the surface

of the water.

Army-Controlled
Tracking Stations
Eavesdrop Moon'

Tracking stations under the control of Quarry Heights

are transmitting reports on the Russian earth satellite as

it whirls invisibly around the world.

Headquarters, US Army Caribbean, announced to today
day today that minifrack stations near Antofagasta and San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Chile, and Quito, Lima and Havana are reporting
to Washington on radio signals received from the 18,000
mph man-made moon.
In August it was announced that these, minitraclc

stations would relay their information through Quarry

Heights, where a relay center was being established by

the siqnal section, US Army Caribbean.

This Army project, part of the International Geo

physical ear plans, is designated Project Vanguard.
US Army Caribbean today gave no indication of the
nature of the satellite information being relayed to Wash
ington from this area.
Elsewhere if was reported that the satellite, circling
the earth 56Q miles up, was transmitting temperature data
in a code kjtown only to the Russian.
Th. Tnfir American (Beodetlftf rlat bulee the Arbit of the'luN

my Caribbean participation 'in ot tw or three weeks sc it ca

Five-Year-Old
Paraiso Boy

Believed Drowned

Canal Zone .police today were
making a thorough search of
the town of Paraiso In an at

tempt to locate a five-year-old
boy missing since yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. A possibility exists that the
child, Mike Blades, may have
fallen into the Canal near the
Paraiso Theater and drowned.
Police said the drowning
theory was advanced after
Mike's fivcyear-old playmaie
reported the boy fell into the
water.
The emergency call for help
was received at the' Balboa
Station from the boy's parents.

Prolect Vaneuard. IAGS respon

sbilities include administrative

and logistical support.
Meanwhile in Cambridge,
Mass., Dr. Fred L. Whipple,
ditMtnr of the Smithsonian

astrophysical observatory and
leader of a team of American
"moon-watchers" said it would
be impossible to see the baby
moon today.
"You'd have to look right in into
to into the sun," he said.
He said the radio signals re received
ceived received indicate the satellite ac-

t.ua.llv was launched "with an

Inclination of 65 decrees."

This would mean, he said, that

the satellite would fly directly

in ,the sun's path most of the

time, makine it mvisiDie 10 me

human eye or to telescopes ou ou-serving
serving ou-serving from points below 60
degrees latitude.
Whipple said it was as hard
to see the satellite now as it
would be to spot a piece of
paper by looking only at the
edge.
The satellite is whirling at
18,000 mph in a steady orbit,
with the earth turning below
it, he said.

Because of "complex motions

then be seen from the i United

States, he said. tl
Asked what was actually seen
last night he said, "certainly our
observers saw something, but
there was plenty of chance for
confusion. Meteors. High-flying

Jets. We think the low number
of reports indicate our team
were performing effectively."

He sal dreports of radio and
visual simultaneous fixes were
"a coincidence."-

French Report
Rebels Kidnaped
394 Algerians
ALGIERS, Oct. 5 (UP) -French

officials charged today that a reb rebel
el rebel band based in northern Tunisia

"kidnaped" 394 Algerian Moslems
from a village near the frontier

Tuesday.

Ninety Seven" of the victims

escaped, the French said.

It was the latest in a series of

charges by the French that the

Algerian rebels have been receiv receiving
ing receiving aid from North Africans in

induced by the earth's equato-Independent Tunisia.

Retired Canal Pilot Wife, Return In Floating Shangri-La

A sleek 83-foot yacht pulled into
the Cristobal Yacht Club recently
with a dog, a cat, a parakeet
and a retired Panama Canal pilot
and his wife aboard.

All seem- to be livine comforta

bly in their floating home the La La-kaoia,
kaoia, La-kaoia, with hardly a thought a-

Capt. Anir Sprlngthorpe, who
was retired in 1953 because of dis disability
ability disability (when he -slipped on a ba banana
nana banana peel and injured his head as
he was' leaving a ship he had pi piloted),
loted), piloted), claims that he's here now!

for a leisurely visit with his wife's
brother, Nelson R. Clark, a ma

rine traffic conptroller. and Mrs.

Clark.

Actually Sprlngthorpe, who looks

too young ana vibrant to be rettr
ed, is only the captain of-the 92-

gross-ton yacht. It's really mama,
(bis wife Marion) .who holds the

ucense as Chief Engineer.

. According te smpside observers,
the Lakaoia pulled inio Cristobal

with oniv five hours oi ocean sail

ing time left They fcad only 100
gallons of fuel, and the ship uses.
20 gallons an hour.'
Seems the former Canal couple

took their time getting here. They

left Miami six weeks ago and i finally pulled into Cristobal,
cruised around Cubi, Corn Island "We always take it easy," says
(off the Nicaraguan coast) and1 the sunburned skipper, and friend

Rainbow City

Civil Defense

The Rainbow Ciry Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps will meet Ewdnes Ewdnes-day
day Ewdnes-day at 4:30 p.m. at the school.
Krs. Charlotte Kennedy will

demonstrate the sin-rival kit and
things necessary for survival in
an emergency. 1 -Ml
members of the town site Ci Ci-vil
vil Ci-vil I!5 Volunteer Carps are
r2i le attend. J i

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Kr-

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wife remarks: "We don't even
take much food along. Just stop
and fish along the way."
The Springthorpes say they have
found many changes here since
their first return after retirement
to the Zone, last year.
"Not so much physical changes

but in the people we used te
know." Most of their friends have
either retired or returned to the
States, but they have managed te
find several who knew them, back
in the days when they lived at
615 De Lesseps.
. t
Both say that it feels "good to
be back home," and their pets, all
native Panamanians including Pan'
cho the parakeet,' seem to agree.
Oh -- the name of the ship?
That's really not for publication,
but if you can keep a secret, it is
the abbreviation for Love and Kiss
es and Other Things.

I..

'1

BACK HOME AGAIN, retired Canal pilot Arch Springthorpe
and his wife Marion break Into smiles as their neat little
yacht tie up In Cristobal They are visitin her brother
tfelaon 8. Clark of Gatun. Sprlngthorpe retired in 1953.
' iPhotet Hindi Diamond)

Churchill Retires :
From Farming, Sells
Last Of Equipment,
LONDON, Oct. 5 UP-Sir inn-

ston Churchill retired from anoth-'
er of this careers yesterday sea

tleman fanner.
The 82 year-old hitoriin, an an-tbor,
tbor, an-tbor, bricklayer, painter, eld sold
ier, sailor and former prime min
liter sold off the last ot his farm
equipment at auction on Chartwell
Farm near Westerham, Kent, v
Christopher Mann, who bought
the Cbartwell and Bardogs farms
from Sir Winston, bought most of
the farm machinery.
Churchill kiself was ot pre'
ent. He ia vacihoniag oa tkav
lUviera. . -.

4.



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jeHlS IS TOUR EORUM THE READERS CWN COLUMN
..
I The Mit Bo it an span forum for raiders ol The anema American,
letters art received gratefully and ara handled in a wholly confidential

If tee contribute a letter don't be Impatient if deeen't appear tha

tfnnrt day. Letter are published in the order received.
"V Pleat try to keep the letter limited to one page length.
; Identity of latter writer i held in itricte! confidence
Thil newspaper assume no respontibility for statement r epmlent
axaretuo' in letter from reader.
I THE MAIL BOX

Bir:

HERRICK CASE

Peter Edson
In
Washington

"What Damsel in Distress?"

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Post No. 1, Balboa, commending his organization's humanitar humanitar-lanism
lanism humanitar-lanism In William Herrick's time of need, but stating my. fears
that in what I am sure will be a generous public response for
his further assistance his faithful Panamanian wife, who stood
by him till she broke mentally under the strain, may be over-
I sent the post commander a contribution which I asked
be apportioned between separate funds for Mr. and Mrs. Her Her-riclc.
riclc. Her-riclc. Mv letter stated: .
"rfhiia .nror. tviot. nuhlir institutions care for their in-

Tl nub nA6 a" .1
mates to the best of their means, such means are necessarily
limited and impersonal, and a little kindly attention from those
outside, fortified with a few worldly comforts and pleasures
that can be purchased with small sums of money, can make
the difference between a dismal, near hopeless existence and
a brighter life filled with expectancy and hope, of prime lm lm-portanc
portanc lm-portanc in therapy of mental ills." zonian

Sir
'Marl E. Flgee writes a good article (Mail Box, Oct. 1) about
the American, William A. Herrick, who was found sick and
dying in Panama City "by the American Legion, but some somebody
body somebody in the American Legion is kidding her. The Legion and
the FVW knew about this case at least two years ago when
Herrick was lying ill in a grass shack up near David. I knew
about him at least two years ago, but knowing that the Le-
rnui on1 fh Amnrirsvn 'Emhassv WOUlfi d0 nothing aDOUt

It. and as I am not a publicity seeker, I also did nothing about

The Lions Club also knew about it

this, just start asking around.
And as to Mr. Timmons, the Legion, VFW, and the Amer American
ican American Embassy, knew that he was an American citizen former
Canal Zone employe, and a veteran of World War II (stationed
at a jungle searchlight position in the Atlantic area). They
also did nothing about his case, so this war veteran was buried
hi Panama City in a pauper's grave, without military or any
other honors. Nice of us Americans, ain't it.

By PETER EDSON
NEA Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON (NEA) The Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration is now

trying to figure whether, it can jus

tiry ana cecommena at tax cut to

Congress for next yfcar.

The possibility that congress will

vote one anyhow, even it the Pres

ident doesn't recommend it, is not

to be overlooked.

Next year is an election year

and both houses of Congress are
controlled by Democrats.

Oct. 1 was the deadline for all

government agencies to file with
the Budget Bureau their first re

quests forlnext year's spending
money. By Oct. 15, all recommen recommendations
dations recommendations for new legislation, with
new spending authority, are due
at the White House.
Then will begin the three-month
job of whittling down the est i i-mates
mates i-mates and adding up the totals to
send to Congress in the budget
message next January. This will
cover the fiscal year 1959, begin beginning
ning beginning July 1, 1958,and ending June

30, 1959.

BUDGET BUREAU DIRECTOR

Percival F. Brundage. has a per4

sonal hope that 1959 expenses can
be held down to 70 billion dollars.
.But his chances aren't too good.
Latest revised estimated on this
year's budget put expenditures at
72 billion dollars. This allows for
cutting Department of Defense ex expenditures
penditures expenditures to 38 billion dollars.
Cutting off another billion might
seriously hurt U.S. defenses.
The prospect is that defense
and some other expenses will go
up.
A government workers' pay in

crease, which the President ve vetoed
toed vetoed last year, would cost anoth another
er another 800 million dollars.
Additional housing aids authoriz

ed by Congress this year will cost

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If VOU don t believe anouier Diuiou ncAi year, uuvern-
m ant 1 n 4 yi j f it t r m Ante haira kaan

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mm.

Bo, Mrs. Flgee, when you are condemning, condemn them
an To me the whole bunch of war veteran organizations,
American Embassy, and many other Gringo organizations down
here (except the Salvation Army) are nothing but a bunch or
lory-seeking big shots. As to the American Red Cross, the
less said the better. ..
Oddly the above information about Mr. Timmons was writ writ-ton
ton writ-ton up a few days after his burial and mailed to the Mail Box,
but they never printed it. Oddly, isn't it, "Tell the People the
Troth and the Country is Safe.", Sure, providing the truth is
ot about the big people. Madder

POME

Blr:

' The following lines are dedicacted to Montessor (Mail Box,

Bept. 38): i
If a novice must write doggerel,
He at least ought to learn the rule
That it takes more than words strung together.
That's the work of a confounded fool.
II
An ape whose tought himself to spell
And learned to hunt and peck,
Has paved himself a road to Hell
Sticks out his crawny neck
When e'er he strains his stagnant brain
To write mediocre verse.
(Each word the reader reads with pain,
Eaeh stanza makes it worse).
HI

If he keeps on (and I greatly fear
That that's just what he will),
He's apt to strip his worn out gear
And take off down the hill.
His time for rhyming is long past,
T'would be nice if he only knew it.
A man should stick to his own last,
Let them as knows how do it.
PLD

ment interest payments have been

advancing 500 million dollars a
year since 1955.

ANYTHING ADDED for school
construction, farm aid. public
works, increased social security

benefits, foreign loans or some

new international emergency will

shoot total expenditures still high
er.
Congressional approval of an in

crease in postal rates would bring

in 600 million dollars more. This
was defeated in Congress this
year.
Personal income is still on the
rise. This results in increasing in income
come income tax collections.
If the administration's anti-infla

tion" program succeeds, it could

be followed by lower corporate
profits next year. This would
mean lower corporate income tax
collections.
The fact that the stock market

is now in the doldrums is one In

dication that business believes the

government will cut spending and

curb inflation wherever possible,
says Brundage.

Walter Winchell In Hew Yorlt

Sir:

PARAISO HOUSING OFFICE

The letter bv Civic Improvement, entitled "Paraiso Hous-

ilng Office," (Mail Box, Sept. 25) was a ruthless, unfair, and
; ; vicious 'attack on the clerk in charge of the Housing Office in
-the Paraiso townsite. There is no doubt that the author of
wthat letter has attempted to use the medium of he Mall Box
widely read by many C. Z. officials in connection with
; ome difference between himself and the clerk, with the hopes
"that letter has attempted to use the medium of the Mall Box
;;aiid Grounds Division sufficiently to bring about some discl discl-'iplinary
'iplinary discl-'iplinary action, or possibly the clerk's removal from the Paraiso
; office.
The alleged charges that the office is being used for loaf loaf-f
f loaf-f "ing, and as a contraband center, etc, are so absurd, that the
writer' intentions are clearly indicated. The charge of con con-'
' con-' trabajid Is worse of all. Whatever made this writer believe
that he could make such a story stick? He may be happy to
HkfiOW that that office has been under constant surveillance,
uot only by contraband and other officials, including the po po-llce,
llce, po-llce, but by other responsible residents, a number of who are

,-strongly opposed and irritated by the illegal practice in the

. it community.
I, If all Civic Improvement has said was true, Messrs. Ran Ran-dall,
dall, Ran-dall, Egolf and Weanan would have been Informed long be
!itote this.

j The letter has been so shrewdly written, pointing up con-

..cuuons mat would very wen start an investigation, mat l
wouldn't be surprised if officials of the Housing and Grounds
Divisions have not rushed out to Paraiso and started grilling

tht cleric there
I am hoping, however, that despite their interest, aroused
by the charges in the letter, that they do not take any form
)'.ci personnel action, as it expected by the author, against this
Clerk. If ever any form of personnel action, adverse or other-
"wise, Is taken based on the alleged charges made, then the
i,aTOundwork would have been laid whereby any person working

4 tin the communities in positions of great responsibility and

J' trust the postmasters, Commie managers school prtn prtn-t'i
t'i prtn-t'i dpals, etc., would be exposed to this type of attack, and
J'left at the mercy of unscrupulous and scheming authors of
! Mail Box letters.
There is no doubt to whom the attack of Civic Improve Improve-IJ
IJ Improve-IJ ment is directed, and his intentions and expectations art clear -It
Indicated.

a verr KespoosiDie sesiaent

WITH TAX RECEIPTS for the
current year now estimated at 73.
5 billion dollars, there will he a
budget surplus of 1.5 billion dollars
next June 30.
That would give the Eisenhower
administration its third balanced
budget in a row. But it wouldn't
be enough of a surplus to Justify
a tax cut, says Brundage.
If. however, expenditures for

next year could be held to 70 bil billion
lion billion dollars and If all tax receipts
remain at present levels, there
would be a surplus of around 3.5
billion dollars. That might leave
room for a cut.

The cut most generally discuss

ed now is one of about three

billion dollars.

A tax cut in itself is usually

considered inflationary. But Budg

et Director Brundage argues that
if a man has lower taxes to pay,

his income is proportionately great

er. And that should reduce h i t

demands tor further inflationary

wage increases.

BROADWAY CURTAIN-TIMS

Come, gentle muse, you've napped

o er long,

It's time again for a aroaaway
song j
Some lilting lines for the old Gay
Way
On which I work while others

play.

Let's sing of love and wine-stained

tiiohte

nanped awav in the garish lights;

Let's sing of youth and tne eracmg

throb

Of carefree hearts in a laughing

mob.
Let's sing of life in the sun-starved
hours,
'Midst honey blondes and whiskey
sours: .

It's there alright, I've seen it for

vears:

And honest, kid, I'm bored to

tPAFS
Tom Wtatherly

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A-MwstiVw4L

C BriteMka jMier tKydaeetfie
Most people think of acids

at part of a chemical labora laboratory;
tory; laboratory; dangerous liquids which
burn the skin and eat holes in
clothing. This is- true of very
few acids, however. There are
many acids we use in our
daily lives in our homes which
are relatively harmless In
small quantities, such as acetio
acid or vinegar; lactic acid
found in cheeses; tartic acid;
ascorbic add, the chemical
name for Vitamin C, or acetyl
salicylic acid or aspirin.

Pan-Maritime

Celebs About Town: Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle (in agony with a leg injury)
sleepless until 6 a.m. on the day
he got 3 hits "to take my mind

off the pain". .Res Kusseu a a-mong
mong a-mong the spectators at 44th and
8th Avenue watching po'ice battle

two youthful mobs. .Anne Bax Baxter,
ter, Baxter, who deserted (Broadway for
Hollywood in the '40s, thrilled a a-bout
bout a-bout her return to the stage in

Smiare Root of Wondertui," re

hearsing at the national. . .Bob
Merrill, whose song, Honey Honeycomb,"
comb," Honeycomb," is the nation's top tune.

Wrote it ten years ago ana cuuiu

not peddle it. . Songwriter Peter

Udel,, who won't have to wait
that long. His break happened last
week when Hoagy ("star Dust )
Carmichael selected him as his
niiahhir Meredith Willson and

wife. His upcoming song-and-danc-
1. 'Tko TW.i.io Man" . .He's

CI IB X lit? -
cornfed Iowa. She's Very Vienna
thv call their carriage "a wed

ding of blue-berry pie and weiner
schnitiel."

Sallies In Oar Alley: The month

of October will be a busy one

for First-NiKhters. .A new show

almost nightly. .This started Lit Little
tle Little Clubbers gabbing about the re reviewers.
viewers. reviewers. ."Isn't it amazing," an
actress remarked, "how critict
never seem to age?". . ."Well,"
groaned an actor, "they only get
a year older every 12 months?"
. .Overheard in Lindy's: ,"How
come there are more TV stars in
Hollywood these days than in New
YorkP". ."I dunno. mebbe they

got better hospitals.

Midtewn Vignette; Tedi Tho-

min, the Deauwui no v. wearnor

forecaster en Jack Paar't "To

night" show, hail from Georgia

and wat once endowed with
thick you-all accent. . .In New
York the was advised to got rid
of if a In a hurry. .She wont to

groat expense to be tvtonxl by
diction coaches to shelve it. .She
landed the attractive h with
"Tonight" and wat cos nee led to

go to a diction coach at one and

set that sexy, touttiern a eiint

right beck ogam, honey.

Memos of a Midnlghter: Rodeen

and Hammerstein's next musical,
"The Flower Drum song," is bas

ed on a novel by C. V. Lee. It's a a-bout
bout a-bout life and love in Sao Francis Francisco's
co's Francisco's Chinatown. .Shades of Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Jim! Milliooarie Philip Lieb Lieb-man
man Lieb-man (Rheingold lager) had the

Nat Cole show rehearsal (in Ve Vegas)
gas) Vegas) piped into "21". .Mrs. Loo
Gehrig, widow of the N. Y. Yan

kees' star, dines at Chandler's

with Wall Streeter M. Leimer.

Her pals hopehe is it. .Darling

scene at Downey when a brand

new debutante Hung itra wherry
short-cake in the face of a young
actor she thawt wat her big ex exclusive.
clusive. exclusive. .Such feudin' and fight fight-in'
in' fight-in' among the' talented peo lei
staging "West Side Story V .!
The Eddy Condon mentioned In a

recnet column referred to the1

socialite not the musician. .

The White H ouse Press Room
bunch eected us to make public
their aprpeciation of Wm. Tab Tab-bert's
bert's Tab-bert's songs at a party for the
White House staff and press crops
. .Richard LupinoK young actor
in the Katharine, Hepourn Shakes
peare festival, was brutaly beat

en up by teen-age gangsters on
W. 20th Street. .The 1957 Film

Daily Year Book th industry's

encyclopedia) lists M. Todd's fa

mous film as "Around the World
in Ninety Days." Slow motion?

Side Shows: Jack E. Leonard's
legend' about the new member of
a Nudist Colony. On his first day
he encountered a member wear wearing
ing wearing a beard which only half-covered
his frame. ."Why," asked
he new member, "do you wear
a beard?". ."Well," was the
reply, "somebody has to go out
and tet the coffee". .Harold Ga Gary's
ry's Gary's report deals with the travtl travtl-ing
ing travtl-ing salesman, who came home un

expectedly and found his wife in
the arms of another man. ."Wo ."Wo-tinell's
tinell's ."Wo-tinell's going on around herep"
yelled the outraged husband. .

See, giggled the wrfe to the pa

ramour, "didu't I tell you he was

stupid?"

Tune-Pan Alley hit writers, who
prefers shabby apparel instead of
Beau Brummell dud. Three of his
top song clicks are "It's Not For
Me To Say," "Momontt To -Re-member"
and "No, Not Much".
. .Newcomer show producers
Mann, Quintero and Connell, who
staged "Iceman Cometh," now the

longest-run Eugeno O'Neill play.
They were so broke they borrow borrowed
ed borrowed chairs from the Embers night
spot to use at the premiere.
Actor Eli Wallach (he wat best
in "Baby Doll"' -ttretchlng his
luck by getting Involved in three
plane crashed in recent, week. He
and hit ton pilot gas-driven. thing,

one of which crash-landed in the
park. .Prry Como, famed for
hit mild public manner, who goes
"berserk" at home where he al allegedly
legedly allegedly lounges in flaming rod or
bright green velvet slacks.

iirlERRYlGdlROUUO

Flaeshio 6th Fleet. There was

a da v. shortly after the first Biki

ni bomb test, when the strategists

figured that navies wore outdated

and that uncle Barn's tieet wouia

sail the seven seas no more.

odav iust the oooosite is true.

I Jh Moscow well ahead of the

bi.tisb as the second navy in the

world and with a submarine fleet

far higger than ours, the U.S. Na Navy
vy Navy has become more important
than ever.

Flying over the tth Fleet, fan fanned
ned fanned out in the blue waters of the
Mediterranean, watching both
fighters and bombm take off
from the dick of the Franklin
Roosevelt every few minutes in
practice maneuvers toward sa

tellite countriet, you get a tente
of security an dean underitond
why our Moditerrarwaa allies ap ap-Braclata
Braclata ap-Braclata Its Draienc.

Various Greek, Turkish and Is

raeli officials expressed to me

their satisfaction over the tstn

ffleet.

The Governor of ftnooes ev

en remarked that two visits per
year by part of the floet balanced
the island's' economy.

In Athens, I noted that the ar

rival of seven American ships

was greeted enthusiastically.

MARINES BY HELICOPTER
To see how the fleet really oper

ates, however, I flew first aboard

the carrier Roosevelt, then the

flaeshio USS Salem. 21.000 ton

cruiser which juts up out ot tne

Mediterranean like a traveling rock

of Gibraltar.

Catt of Character: Al Stilf Stilf-man,
man, Stilf-man, one of the hottest of the

Curtain Calls: Don Rondo's Ju

bilee platter o. "There's Only

You . .Felicia Sanders song

style (currently at Bon Stoir) es especially
pecially especially when she oys wih Baart
Howard's "In Other Words" .

Joey Bushkin and John de Wries'
unpublished song delight: "Other

Voices. Other Rooms . .Dorothy
Shay's delightful version of Irving
Berlin's classic "Always." Her a a-sides
sides a-sides make it a brand new song.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED Bf ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FRE1GH1 AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PER (J ANi CU1LE
S.S. "FLAMENCO" Oct. 7
S.S. CUZCO" Oct. 18
"TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENa7LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons) Nov. 2
(Air-Conditionjed) (Omits La Guaira, Kingston & Nassau)
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) Dec 9
'"""TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "POTOSI" Oct. 10
M.V. 'SALAVERRY" .. Oct. 22
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIO PORTS
S.S. "LOCH AVON" Oct. 14
S.S. "DINTELDYK" Oct. 18
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. "DCTVENDYK" Oct.
S.S. "LOCH GARTH. . . Oct. 12
ALL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL 3-16545
PANAMA: 3-12578 BALBOA: 2-1905

The fleet's personnel were iusy

preparing for a unique and highly

mportant NATO maneuver on the

Turkish coast namely, the Mar

ine landing by both helicopter and

small boat.

For this maneuver, NATO com

manders picked Saros Bay, a thin

finger of water in European Tur-

Key just a iew mues irom ureece.

This it one elf the most strate

gic spots in the world. Directly

across to the south Is th Dar

danelles, whose beaches still

bear the blsachod bone of Brit British
ish British ships, remnants of Churchill's
and Lord Kitcheror's tragic Gal Gal-lipoli
lipoli Gal-lipoli tending where thousands of

British troops lott their lives try

ing to storm Turkey In World

War I.

A few miles away to the north,

Alexander the Great marched his

legions to conquer the Persians.

f urtner south tne crusaders
from France and England stormed

Moslem shores in a 100-year ef

fort to take the holy places of

Chrrst away from the infidels.

This is the crossroads of east

and west.

It it the crostroadt which Rus Russia
sia Russia must take to dominate the
Mediterranean, which the Cxart
coveted for a "hundred years and
which present rulers of the Krem
lin not only covet but scam de determinated
terminated determinated to dominate.
Already the Soviet has three

potential submarine bases Alba Albania,
nia, Albania, Egypt, and Syria and the

fleet recently sighted a Russian

cruiser-destroyer force en route

from Albania to Syria.

When hailed by the Salem, the
i .j .I 1 1

nussian snips ukiii i return tne
courtesy of the sea.
Three Russian subs, attached to
the Egyptian fleet, are one more
than the subs in the 6th Fleet.
Further north, in the (Black Sea,
Russia has three times the "naval
strength of the 6th Fleet. Just why
she keeps it bottled in the Black
Sea remains a mystery.

Janes "Fighting Ships" also lists

Russia as having twenty 15,000-

ton cruisers of the Sverdlov class,
all newer than the Salem, plus

seven heavy cruisers, plus excel excellent
lent excellent new destroyers and over 500
submarines, mostly new.
For the (first time since the
war, Russian ships have boon
venturing from the Baltic and
Black Seat and cruising in the
Mediterranean and Atlantic. In
brtof, the Russian Navy is now
breaking out of itt cocoon.
In Saros Bay, therefore, a stra strategic
tegic strategic neck of old Europe not far
from the Russian Black Sea fleet,
8,000 Marines and 75 U.S. ves

sels will stage the first full hell

copter amphibious landing ever

seen in Europe.

At Tarawa in World War n, 200

Marines were lost in rough seas.
Heavy shelling by Japanese
shore batteries at Two .Trma caus caused
ed caused more Marines to he lost in a
desperate hand-to-hand struggle for
the beachhead.
But in this operation, helicop helicopters
ters helicopters will fly 1000 Marines, eight
men per helicopter, over the heads
of the enemy to attack from the
rear, while other Marines attack

from landing boats.
' Turkish army support will be
given, from land. .
The maneuver will oe watched
by NATO allies, and unofficially
but probably with greater curiosi curiosity
ty curiosity by Russians from a distance of
the Black. Sea., J;ft f
PfOPLB-TO-PEOPLI U
FRIENDSHIP
Keeping our NATO allies hap happy
py happy and cooperative requires under understanding
standing understanding on the part of naval per personnel
sonnel personnel and wisdom on the part of
the commander. '
Fortunately. Adm. Charles R.

Brown, Commander 0th Fleet, has

these qualities, tie s operating not
onlv a fiahtine force but a floating

embassy of goodwill. ;

tua policy is w suiuiuao .eouu
pean newsmen to come aboard and
see how the 6th Fleet is defending
Europe.
Every crew before going a a-shore
shore a-shore is remind)! that a sailor
it tha Individual representative
of his country. Result unplea unpleasant
sant unpleasant Incidents have been almost
nil, pleasant incidents many.
When crippled children from the
Pipka orphanage came aboard
from Athens last week, the ship's
crew not only gave them ice cream
and cake, but, without saying a
word to Capt. Francis T. William Williamson,
son, Williamson, skipper of the Salem, the crew
dipped into their pockets and col collected
lected collected $450. They did this just at a
time a sailor appreciates money
most when he is about' to get

shore litorty.
When Williamson was about to
discard worn mattresses he con consulted
sulted consulted the Greek Red Cross, which
was glad to get 400 of them.
Here is part of a directive which
Brown sent to the fleet regarding
the importance of people-to-people
friendship: "In port our mission is
to romote international friendshi
... Peace is marked by such things
as goodwill, understanding, cooper cooperation..."
ation..." cooperation..." From my observations, the Ad Admiral's
miral's Admiral's directive is being so care carefully
fully carefully followed that the 6th Fleet
has become as effective an arm
for peace now as it could be for the
war it's prepared to fight but may
help to prevent.

Dulles Outlines

State's Policy

Regarding Newsmen
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 (UP)
Secretary of State John Fosteii 1
Dulles has 'said it is State Depart-
ment policy to help newsmen gath gather
er gather news if it is done M without pre prejudice
judice prejudice to the national interest.
Dulles said restrictions on trl
el to Red China do not "abridge"
freedom of the press since they
apply to the public generally in including
cluding including members of the press.
The secretary made the state statements
ments statements in answer to charges that
the State Department's former
flat ban on travel by newsmen to
Red China abridges freedom of
the press.

His explanation was made in an answer
swer answer to a letter, dated Sept. 24,
to J. R. Wiggins, executive editor
of the Washington Post and Times
Herald. Wiggins had written
Dulles Sept. 13 that he was troub troubled
led troubled by the secretary's statement

that "the constitutional 'freedom

of the press' relates to publication.

and not to the gathering of news.'

He said the statement was "at
variance with a broad construc construction
tion construction of the First Amendment. ."
Dulles made the statement April
30 in a letter to Arthur Hays Sulz Sulzberger,
berger, Sulzberger, publisher of The New York
Times.
"The constitutional fretdom of the
In that letter, Dulles had said:
press" relates to publication, and
not to the gathering of news. There
are, of course, many occasions
and many areas where, for secu security
rity security or policy reasons, newspaper
correspondents are excluded."

But Dulles told Wtfgint he did
not intend to imply that newsgath newsgath-ering
ering newsgath-ering activities are "wholly ex excluded"
cluded" excluded" from the protection of the
First Amendment.
The State Department agreed a a-bout
bout a-bout six weeks ago to tllow repre representatives
sentatives representatives of 26 news agencies to
enter Red China on an experimen experimental
tal experimental basis. But nothing has come

of it because of Red Chinese de demands
mands demands that the United States ad admit
mit admit its reporters on a reciprocal
basis.

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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service.

SFC. JAMES M. CALEB. G2 section, U.S.-Army Caribbean, .re .receives
ceives .receives from Col. Jhn D. Cbney, post commander, Fort Amador,
the pre-commlsslon certificate the sergeant earned upon suc successfully
cessfully successfully negotiating the first hurdle, towards gaining a re reserve
serve reserve commission through Army Extension courses Looking
on 5 right, is 1st Lt. Dallas W. Clark, operations training and
schools officer, Fort Amador. Aside from readying the enlist enlisted
ed enlisted man for special courses leading upwards to company grade
commissions in the .Reserve, the Infantry -echoed I courses are
designed for giving th,e Wlvidua greater job gnjg tles tles-The
The tles-The pre-commlsslon courses consist of 17 military subjects
rangng om administration I to tranlng and methods of
8 instruction. (U.S. Army Photo)

Score Your Chances On a Fire
At Your Home

All Canal Zone school children (Grades 1 through
been requested to fill out the following questionnaire on fire
hazards athome reqUested to ask their parents help.
This is a cooperative effort of the Canal Zone schools with
the qanal Zone Fire Division in observance of Fire Prevetnlon
Weecilp:)Cthls6qUestionnaire, fill it out, and give lt to your teach teacher.
er. teacher.

HOBSEKEErlN U HAnan.ua

Yes

No

1

V 2

1 Are storage areas kept clear of rubbish?
2 Are polishing rag's disposed of or proper-
ly stored after using?
3. Are oil mops kept in safe, ventilated con-
' tainers or places?
4. Is gasoline or other flammable liquids
used for cleaning at. home?
COOKING HAZARDS

Is grease permitted' to accumulat eon

2 Is kerosene or other flammable liquid
' ever used to start fires In stoves etc.?
3. Are clothes kept away from heater in
dry closet or dry locker? ...... ......
4" Are curtains, towels arid other cloth or
combustible, materials kept away from
stoves and other sources of heat?
, MATCHES AND-CARELESS SMOKING
1. Are matches kept away from young chll- i
i vt n

Is every 'room' equipped with non-com-

bustible asntrays? ... ..
3. Do all members of the family make sure
cigarettes, matches, etc., are out before
disposing of them?
4. Does anyone at your home smoke in b,d?
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
1. Are qualified electricians, only, used for
electrical wiring and repair work? ......
2 Are all electric appliances properly tested
for fire, shock and safety?
J. ATe there enough electrical outlets at
' home?
4. Are multiple outlets used. for appliances? r
5. Do electric irons have metal stands? ....
6. Are all extension cords kept out in the
open?

Score yourself as follows: Excellent All or mostly "yes";
. th.n half "vs": Poor Less than half yes.

, NORTH It
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WEST EAST
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SOUTH (D)
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Both vulnerable
South West North Eut
1 N.-T. Pass 2 A Pass
2 4 Pass 3 4 Pass
4 Pass Pass Pass
Openine lend Q

Good More than half "yes"; Poor

(Name)

(Grade)

(School)

Ferguson Leaves,
Theriault Resumes
As Acting Director

L. A. Ferguson, general man-

eer of the New yotk opciw"

spending vera weeks in the

Canai zone on y y-as
as y-as Actlne Supply and Employe
Service Director.

TJpon. his departure Raoul O.,
Thermult. Assistant tothe Di-!
rector, will resume the duties as j
Acting Director, it was an-,
nounced by Acting Gov. Hugh
M.- Arnold.

THIS WEEKEND...

PRACTICAL IXAMPL1
WASHINGTON (UP) Econo Economist
mist Economist Dr. Louise Sommer, 68,
steDPed out of the Library of

Congress after research on inter international
national international finance and was bowled

thief knocked her down and stole
her purse containing $85.

North had Just enough cards
to warrant his Stayman re re-snonse
snonse re-snonse of two clubs. When

cnufvi Mt. hin four card suit

North raised him to three and

South went on to game, souui s

no- trump was 10 poiuwi uor
kiH fhr oops a.nrt felt

that they would b more valua

ble In a suit contract man
queens and Jacks.
a iisnftilv the case when

both partners bid their full

strenetn ana maype umc

more, South neeoea gooa piy
and good luck to bring home his

contract.
pq to- pnvprerf his Dartner s

of diamonds with the king

pnrf smith won with the ace. His

nvt. niav was me aeuce oi

spades.
im uiont un with the oueen.

took his jack of diamonds arid

continued witn me ten apuu.
South di dnot make the mistake
nf mffinir in dummy: he simply

discarded the six of hearts.

East sienaled with tne ten oi

clubs and West led the four,
smith wnn in his own hand with

the ace, entered dummy withthe

ace of hearts, led a low spaae
and finessed the Jack. When the
hM hp. drew East's last

trump, played. h,is king of hearts

and trumpett a tmra neart in
dummy. ,

Since hearts DroKe eve.niy tnis

established his seven of hearts

and cave him his lucky but well-

played contract.

Atom-Powered Air

Transport Seen
As Possible

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 5 (UP)
A nuclear powered air transport

which could fly halfway around

th wnriH anri return without re

fnollno ii "nrsetical and can be

built," and engineer of Lockheed

Aircraft Coro.'s lieorgia aivision

Robert W. Middlewood, chief

engineer at Lockheed's Marietta
na niant Jold the National Aero

nautic meeting of the Society of
Aeronautical Engineers that such

a nlane would not nave to use

large,, expensive chemical fuel in
military operations.
With a nuclear reactor as a fuel

source, the plane could carry a
playload of 50 tons for more than

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The engineer said advantages of
a nuclear-powered transport-would
be "easy loadability, the ability to

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you don't believe In the devil, or hell? Or that peo people
ple people are sinners by nature and must be saved? You don t
believe in a wrathful Ood? And yet you believe in the
real values of religion: the good life, moral purpose, and
a spirit of purpose within the universe with which you
can cooperate. You enjoy being openmlnded.
There are churches which accept and encourage your
kind of attitude. And in other churches there are many
who feel as you do. They continue where they are be because
cause because the Jove the church of their childhood We re respect
spect respect the emotional ties, that bind them. We respect
their churches. There is a church for you, too.
Perhaps your church would be the same as ours. We
are concerned with living the good life for lta own values.
In our church you would find stimulation for your think thinking
ing thinking and respect for vour Judgment. We feel tuat free freedom
dom freedom of oellef within the church encourages Integrity and
prevents stagnation.
There la great satisfaction in beln part of a religi religious
ous religious fellowship 'which' encouragea but does not dictate
your religious thinking. '.? That feeling- of being alone
which many .thinking people aulfer:: you don't have to
have it. You. aren't alone any longer. Here is a religion
concerned with building the good lift now, for Its own
value as well as tor whatever-luturt. there may be, for
today's world and for posterity.
WE INVITE YOU -to join onr Service ef Worshra
' this Sunday morning at 11:3 at the UNITARIAN
CENTER, .361 Ancon Boulevard and Mantel Maee,
Ancon.' (
TOPIC:'.inSTORYfOr'UNITARIANiSM

SoViet Magazine
Denounces NATO
Naval Maneuvers

MOSCOW, Oct. 5 UP) The So Soviet
viet Soviet Navy magazine "Red Fleet"
today denounced NATO naval
maneuvers and warned that Rus

sia could destroy till Western
bases around H if attacked.
It condemned NATO naval man

euvers which ended last week as
having "clearly provocative pur

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A3C Roy Campbell, a grad graduate
uate graduate of La Boca High School,
has completed basic training
in Air Training Command at
Lackland A. F. B., and Is now
attending Radio and Radar
School at Keesler A.F.B.) Miss.
Campbell Is the son of Mrs.
Nelly M. Campbell of Rio
Abajo.

20th Inf. Regiment
To Be Reoroanized
Within Six Months

The 20th Infantry Regiment will

reorganize as a battle group of

the 20th Infantry, and other units
will be inactivated during the next

six months, Headquarters United
States Army Caribbean announced

today.
rtther unit tn he inactivated in

elude the 903d Antiaircraft Artille

ry Battalion and Headquarters and
Headquarters Battery, 65th Anti Antiaircraft
aircraft Antiaircraft Artillery Group. In addi addition
tion addition other small support units will
be inactivated druing this period.
Air defense of the area will be
provided by the remaining anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft artillery.
Military nersonnel will be cut in

headauflrters and other units of

the command. Department of the
Army has announced that, in or order
der order to maintain maximum combat
strength, manpower reductions are
being concentrated to the extent
possible among personnel engaeed
in administrative, logistical and
specialized activities.
To effect an overall reduction of
100,000 in U.S. Army strength for
fiscal year 1958, the Army will
nut it military msnBDnwpr bv 71.-

000 by Jan. 1, 1958 and an addi additional
tional additional 29,000 by next June 30.
COLUMBUS. Ohio (UP3 Her

bert H. Fisher admitted to police

that he made a false driver's li license
cense license aplpication using the name
and address of Herbert H. Fis Fischer,
cher, Fischer, which he found listed in the'

phone book. Fisher's plan back

fired when the Bureau oi Motor
Vehicles checked with Fischer, a

city policeman.

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LT. COL. LESLIE C. WOOD, right, chief of Special Services, U.S. Army Caribbean, presents
6utstanding performance awards to three Special Services personnel in a recent ceremony at
Fort Clayton. The recipients are Nathaniel O. Blades, second from left; Mrs. Martha Bruster;
third from left: and Miss Virginia M. Flesher, second from right, Fort Amador post librarian;
Looking on at left Is Miss Shirley Welshlnger, new staff, librarian for Special Services. Blades
certificate was for the period July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957; Mrs. Bruster's for May 23, 1958
to May 31, 1957; and Miss Flesher's for May 6, 1956 to May 31, 1957. (U.S. Army Photo)

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SjfTnypREACHK PUT TO ypu

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
"Once you come you will be sure to return. Bible study
can ba Interesting to you. We begin a new quarter
Sunday. We urge you to come with tne family. We will
look for you."
1 1 .00 "IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME"
'Holy Communion today Is open to every Christian re regardless
gardless regardless of denominational membership. This is tht
Lord's Table not man's. Man should not add to God's
requirements."
6:30 JET CADETS & YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
7:30 "JOHN WESLEY" FILM HERE SEE IT
Here for the first time Is the color film showing the life
of a great Christian man. A man whose faith will thrill
your soul.
DON'T MISS IT IT-SUNDAY
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PFAFF Factor expert is
visiting; Panama specifi specifically
cally specifically to participate in the
celebration of National
Sewing Week.

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She will give demonstrations daily on the World
Famous truly Automatic Precision Sewing Machine

PFAFF . A FACTORY IN ONE MACHINE
Everyone is cordially invited to attend these
Demostrations during National Sewing Week
OCTOBER 7th. to 12th.

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gATURDAI,-OCTOBER 1, 1157 1;
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FC. ARCHIE L. JONES, center, A Battery, 803rd AAA Battalion, Fort Clayton, receives a
"sck full of money" his reenllstment bonus from Lt. Col. M. F. Moucha, right, com commanding
manding commanding officer of the 903rd AAA Battalion, In a reenllstment ceremony held earlier this this-Welc
Welc this-Welc at the A Battery gun position. At left Is 1st Lt. Carl A. Pearson, A Battery' com commanding
manding commanding officer. (U.S. Army Photo)

(cientisls Watching
Birth Of Volcanic
Island In Azores
:ANGRA DO HEROISM 0,
tores (UP) A volcinic island
rai being born in the sea near
' r today to the accompaniment
f violent exploiioni and the pray pray-ri
ri pray-ri of frightened people.
Th island, ihrouded in whitish
How volcanic ash and sulphur sulphur-Mi
Mi sulphur-Mi fumes, has risen about 120
Mt above the sea and is nearly
lOOO feet in diameter. Each hour
tf. lire increases. The sea there
I 40 fathoms deep.
The island is 70 miles west of
nK do Heroismo and only a
hundred yards from Faial
klasd. whose 25.000 residents fear
hey will suffer the fate that be
ell Pompei.
Portugal invited scientists from
111 over the world to view the
'jBectacle as part of the geo geo-hysical
hysical geo-hysical year. Planeloads of Por Por-tiguese
tiguese Por-tiguese scientists were en route
Ynd a Russian vessel with scien scien-"ffie
"ffie scien-"ffie equipment radioed it too was
"""Vtoute to Faial.
... Lt. Col. Jose Agostinho, an
izores meteorologist who has wil wil-"ased
"ased wil-"ased the growth of the island,
tiid the intensity of the volcanic
ruption arc diminishing.
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"But they are still' coming with
great deal of violence," he said.
The birthpangs of the island
"tarted on Sept. 25 when severe
.arthshocks were registered near
faial. Two days later huge under underwater
water underwater explosions tore the surface
" the sea, and some rocks and
a.and shot into the air.

On Sept. 28 Agostinho flew over
, aenrea and reported the violent
uplosions marked the first stage
' tt,. a full eruption. He said a
chool of nearly 1,000 whales were
' Wven from the area and were
; iag harpooned by whalers, in
' ewboats.

The full eruption burst forth
tanday with a roar that awaken awaken-'
' awaken-' 1 the Faial islanders. It went oif
Tike a wildcat oil well, hurling
- ricks,, stones and water 1,600 feet
" Wo the air. Htndreds of persons
Belt, in prayer in the streets of
torta.
Since then the explosions have
teen continuous with the island
mshing further out of the water,
fhe historic lighthouse at Cape
jnhos was blacked out by vol-
5 ianic ash and abandoned by its
; 00 .employes.

PROVIDING ANOTHER SERVICE
TO THE COMMUNITY

i Jiul Sapdid CkuAch
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.

RALLY DAY
8:20 .m. "HOW TO LISTEN TO A SERMON"
A message from the book of James at a time that may
be more convenient for vou than the. later hour.
CHOIR CRIB-ROOM and NURSERY FULL SERVICE
f:30 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY
A1J 8 departments planning full attendance. You're in in-Tlted
Tlted in-Tlted to help us reach the goals.
10:40 at.m. DUPLICATE WORSHIP SERVICE
The added feature of this service Is the
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL for children 6 to 12 vears.
CHOIR CRIB-ROOM and NURSERY FULL SERVICE
t:30 p.m. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
All of us need training to be better church members ;
therefnr thr a j.

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t ler of the family.

70 pjn. "THE GREATEST SUNDAY SCHOOL
, IN THE BIBLE
rh'JBlblf h" ,ts standard of what make a church or
Sunday 8ohool (treat In Godg sight, judged by God'a
ord ar1 not man opinion.
- CHOIR LORD S SUPPER CRIB-ROOM anrJ NURSERY
EVERYONE WELCOME RADIO SERVICE H0X0

Church

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S
Rip Abajo
A full schedule of services will
mark the observance of the 16th
Sunday after Trinity at St. Christ Christ-topher's
topher's Christ-topher's Episcopal Church, Rio A A-bajo.
bajo. A-bajo. The day will begin with a cele celebration
bration celebration of the Holy Communion at
6 m. followed by the sung Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist and sermon at 7:30 a.m.

At the Eucharist, the sermon willjduce the fall program in the

be delivered by the Rev. David
A. Osbourne, former pries t-in-charge
of St. Alban's, Paraiso and
of St. Christopher's.
Annual Contest
The annual parish effort of St.
Christopher's was launched this
week by tlte various parochial or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. The contest will continue througn
the October and November, clos
ing with a grand fiesta on the
church lawn on Dec. 6.
In order to insure maximum
participation, all the organizations
have combined in organizing three
main groups which will compete
against, each other. -Thi
first -comDrises .the:
Woman's Auxiliary, Men's Fellow
ship, and Young People's Fellow Fellowship.
ship. Fellowship. The second group is made
up of the Young Adults, Choir
Guild, and Church School children.
The third group is known as the
"Independents" under the leader leader-shio
shio leader-shio of Mrs. Mildred Wilson a .I
made up of a cross section of the
church membership.
MARGARITA
UNION CHURCH
Sunday will be celebrated as
World Wide Communion Sunday
during the regular worship hour
of 11 a.m. Rev. Theodore K. Frank Frank-liu,
liu, Frank-liu, the pastor, has entitled his
sermon "Unity in the Faith." El Elders
ders Elders who will assist the pastor in
this service are A. H. Campbell.
A. B. Cooper, W. E. Garner, and
J. W. Prim.
Other activities of the week in include
clude include youth services Sunday night
with the Juniors meeting at 5
p.m. and the Seniors at 6:15 p.m.
On Tuesday at 9:15 a m. the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Sewing Group will meet
in the church. Wednesday the dea deaconesses
conesses deaconesses will convene at 4:15 p.m. I
and the choir will meet at 7:30
p.m.
Saturday morning the Woman's
Liiicii us tiaiitiriK every iiiriu-

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Auxiliary will sponsor a coffee
party at the home of Mrs. Harry
Butz, 8209A-6th Street at which
Christmas preparations will be dis
cussed and displayed.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN
Balboa
The first Sunday in October,
traditionally celebrated as Rally
Day at Redeemer Lutheran
Church in Balboa will 1nt.ro-
fcunday School. In place of the
usual lesson the Rev. Robert F.
Gussick, pastor of the parish,
will address the children and
their parents.
Following the service begin beginning
ning beginning at S a.m. the pupils will b
assigned to their new classes by
the superintendent, Mark R.
Brlehl. New children will be en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the parish Center- by
the secretary, Virgil Hank.
Beginning with this term a
new series of Sunday School les
sons, planned to present Bible
trutns at the child s level as re
lated to hia daily experience.
win be introduced. Each child
from tha-flrsfgrfedja through the
eighth' grade will use a text book,
beautifully bound and illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated with attractive pictures.
Those on the teaching staff
for the new year are the follow
ing: Mrs. M. Brlehl, Mrs. G.
snoppe, Mrs. w. Swenson, Mrs
R. Gussick, Mrs. G. Sylvester,
Mrs. A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Johnson, Miss Caroline Zlrk Zlrk-man,
man, Zlrk-man, and Miss Mary Stlndt:
Parents are encouraged to en enroll
roll enroll in the Adul Bible Class un under
der under the direction of the pastor.
The class is designed to make
the Bible a book relevant to the
times and applicable to daily
living.
FIRST BAPTIST
Balboa
Durine the Rally Day services
at the First Baptist Church of
Balboa Heights on Sunday a
registration of all members and
friends will be taken as a part
or a cnurch canvass.
A new morning service will be
inaururated: the earlier service
starting at 8:20 and concluding
at 9:25. The Sunday School Rally
will begin at 9:30 followed by the
usual morning worship service
lt 10:40. New members will be
received Into the church mem membership
bership membership at the close of the sec
ond service.
The grand prize of the Sunday
School contest winners may not
be determined until the 10:40
worship service or the 7:30 eve
; nlng service. The grand prize,
going to the family who Intro
duces the greatest number of
i people to the church, is a din
ner at the Tivoli Guest House.
Robert Snyder. Sunday School
superintendent, will announce
the winner.
In the morning services the
pastor's message will be taken
from the book of James, "How
to Listen to a Sermon."
At 6:30 the Baptist Training
Union Rally with a goal of 200
is being directed by Paul Bu.' Bu.'-fington.
fington. Bu.'-fington. the retiring director of
the training union. The Lord's
Supner will be observed at the
beslnnin? of the 7:30 evening
service. The message of pastor
William H. Beeby will be "The
Greatest Sunday School in the
Bible."
Expanded nurseries and crib crib-room
room crib-room are available at all serv services.
ices. services. The children's chapel, for
six to 12-year-olds, will be held
onlv at the second morning wor worship.
ship. worship. ST. MART'S
Baibaa
The Rosgrv Altar Society of
St. Mary'a Church. Balboa. wiU
make their corpora ta commn commn-nlon
nlon commn-nlon at 7 a.m. tomorrow. There
will be a communion breakfast
afterwards at the Hotel Tivoli.
At 3 .'30 p.m.. there will be a
rotvarr procession and reception
of new memben. Benediction of
the Pleased Parrament will fol
low the procession. 1

Baptist

cuiou MATtioi JLMtalCal
111 Biuja no
Utioii a iia
fnon a-l'u
afi r. fcwiuu, roaloi
Phono
SuiiiM? School
uurniug vv orsoip
Xrani" omou
.veiling Voiwup ...... .;
Prayer Meeung, Wdndy
a.uu, ochuol
Brolheihooo 4ih Monday...
men iurdy
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7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
10. uo a.m.
rUUT BAP1IS1 CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. 2.
027 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer B' Balboa Heiphts
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Becky, Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Baptist Training Union ....
Evangelistic Service
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday.
VMS Bible Study Tbura Tbura-daya
daya Tbura-daya Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday in month)
0:30
am.
10:45 a.m.
8:30 p.m.
7:30- p.m.
7:00 p.m.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at Sth Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. Parker, Pastef
Sundav School
1:4a a.m.
Morning Worship
Baptist framing Union...,,.
11:00 a.m.
:30 p.m.
Evening Worship
Brotherhood, Tuesdays
Prayer Services, Wednesdayi
W M.U. 1st A 3rd Fridayo
&A., d Sunbeams,
7:45 p-m.
7:00 D im
. 7:00 pm
1:30 p-m
rnaaya
Salvation Army
(Non-Denominational Evangelistic
Meetings'
MANAMA CITY
Captain Mrs. M. Grant
14 Jebn-aj-v Street. Phone: 21-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 fai nday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Pans Campbell
Building No 1080, Phone; 2-75?
11:00 iluiinesa Meeting.
3:00 &unda- School.
7: JO Salvation Meeting
tARAiSO, C.Z.
I nvoy gc Mrs. C. L. Moieley
uuiara aueeu
1:00 AYiidav School.
11:00 Holinesa -Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON C'lNTRAL
Senior apt. and Mrs C. Mooruewmy.
'4 tn street. Phone: 38-743.
-OLON 1HIRL STREET
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
.tAlNBOW CITY C.Z. -t.avoy
J. GilL
t. Kias and Jamaica Street
11:00 IIq ne Meeting,
a. 00 Su nday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Kev. Oscar W. Olsea, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 21486 Church Office 2-3236
SUNDAY SERVICES
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service. Classes lor all ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The!
bxpanaea session tor Nursery. Kinder
garten and Primary Depts. Church
6.00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship I
row nign reiiowsnip.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
MARGARITA
The Reverend Theodore E. Franklin,!
Pastor Phone 3-1498.
45 a.m. Church School.
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship. Nursery.
a.ju p.m. sown reiiowsnip.
CAMBOA
Rev. Walker M. Alderton,
Ol' 6-470 Res -130
Paster
1:30 a m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetinrM and waek-dair
cti
flues as announced.
Methodist
lUS MfcTHODIkl CMUBCy
(Brltjtb Conference
Re. William H Armstrong
lCtftj SU Panama City
I a.aa. Momlrg Praver and Seium
1 oa pa Sundae School
T:15 smb. Cvenne t-:aet and Ssi'psasi
TRINITY MkTHOOUT CHIIRCR
life Street and Malendee Avenue.
Cvloa. RJ
JO a.m. Morning Service and Be
1 p sa Sunday leaoet
7:1 a-aa. leeauag Sarvtea.
(Holy Caetmniniae) Jst Sundaya)
Maaaay. i-ja a.aa rraver
KBENBFr.R MrTttitUIBT CMUetCB
dtp. CX
Sunday Service 0 6 sa and 0:11 a.ra
4uodav Srbml fie- all age at Oja p.ra
Twt I avttattao Ta Wmal
Tueaaay 1 la, Pmyas a? eating.

Churches of the many faiths in the Canal Zone, and tha tarminal cities
f Panama and Colon, Raouklic of Ptiiama, oxt'tna' a walcomi at alt
timoi to men ana woman of tha arm' sorvicot, ana to civilian noiflh noiflh-bari,
bari, noiflh-bari, friondi in" strangori.
As a aublic service. The Panama American list holoW, y oanomi
nations, notices of hours of wonhia ana" other rcaular activities.
Littinta aro rotated from time to time. Denominations having anly
one or, two cong rofationt aro listad unWor "Other Churches-cV Scrvtcoir."
A loocial listing is include J for services at -Army posts, Air Force bases -ana
Naval stations.
Ministers, church sacfatarios- and chaplains aro ashed-to Inform the
news desk in writing by Wednesday noon at tha latest of any changes
for the coming Saturday's church- aaae. ;

Catholic
iT. MARY'S CHUECH Balboo
Sunday Mamos: 7:00. S:00. 10.00 ond
12:00 a.m ....
Holy Day Maaaooi aw. v,
"cfm'folon; Saturday. :30 to 00
and 7:00 to S:00 p.m. Thursday, bofor
First rrtdayi 7:00 to :00 p.m.
Miraculous ataoai
I -K UnarflM
r..t,huii claw oltor tha i:0 mass
on Sunday. ..,
Mich bcnooi aiuar v.,u .v
I Wodnasday.
. SACKED HEART Ancon
Sunday Massac: S:SS. 7:S0 :30 a m
Holy Day ma-o: a.m. and 5:00
" conloaslona: s'"rdj M M,1
7:1S to :00 p.m. Thursday botoro rlrl
I c i i mi n m
I V I W m ju,
Sacrad Hoart uovouonai .w n
Catccnism tiaaai
Thursday.
OUR LADY 0 F ATIMA Curundo
Sunday Mass at a:wr ".m.
univ nav Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Conleiwiona: 6:00 to : p-m
on Sat-
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ST. JOSEPH Paralao
nnHiv Masses at 7:00 and 1:13 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:00 p.m
ii;..!,..., u.mm -00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
I m 4A 1 -in 1
Catechism uiaaai aunoaj
"'Miraculous Medal Novenai 7:00
on FHday.
Convert insirucuona ui.u.j
pm.
ST. VINCENT'S Panam City
uhim: 8:00 and 8:30 a.m.
uiu hcv Massaa: 8:30 and 1:00 p.m.
(It it falb on Saturday the Masses are
6:00 ana :au a.m.;
.... .a.
Confessions: saturnay a.uv w
7 00 to S:00 p.m. Thuradaya before rinrt
Mir.m,iniui Medal Novena and SU-
i. nt th. Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
r'.Mterniam tJiaas; mwi
. m .in
Sunday.
Convert waan o."- M "-
ST. THERESA'S CocoH
m j .. u-h. .on am.
niv n.v Mass:' 6:00 a.m. It It tails
I c.w4u 8 1ft a m. I
Catechism trass; a.u k
Monday. rt..
Coniesaiona: m.w i .v
ST JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLB
Parque Lelevre
c i.- C:30 and 8:30 a.m.
SrJli 'n.v. Man: 8:30 Mon.. Thura.
V4 .! S.t First FrlQay maw. s.u
to 0:00
Holy Bay Masaeai w.m
p.m.
r.n.inr,it S:S0 to 4:10 and 1:00 to
S:00 p.m. on Saturday.
MlraculoJ. Medial Novena. Friday 7:00
P'm'.-,.. ri.... tn am. an Sunday
- ruiutsrs iAt Boca
Convert Class: Monday 7:0 p.m.
Sunday Mass:
Mass: 7:uu a.m.
P'y,j;n,?s;turd.y T:3() to 7:80 p.m
Holy Day Mass: im pm.
,u.un, fiatiirdav :30 t
Thu-rVd hefor. First Friday 0:30 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. or
I Friday. .. Th.ir.daT
Convert tiaaa. o.i v-
ATLANTIC SIDE
IT. JOSEPH'S Col4n
Sunday Masses: 5:45,
1:00 and 1:15 a.m
Holy Day R
Masses:
1:45 and 1:00 a.m
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions:
Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
Mtnrinua Medal Novenai Wednesday
1st .i k 1 AA n m.
.Aa 1..1J.. ?.U nam
G .nrarl H BB Tl PM nVMlB r lIUa.T a-
Sunday Evening Servlcee lMj-:
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays ,.,.. ,.
Catechism wiass: ounuj "
11:45 a.m. 3:00 pm. to a.uo P-m-
P; it ar.vrwierii inn ni rouni dicw
d Sacrament all day Reposition et o:m
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday uevouons 10 our umj
of Fatima The Moiy nosary d. .....
f r rnmmiin on insiruciioni. lui v-.."-
Ur.n Mondivi and inursuays e.vu tu
7 :00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAI-Crlst4hal
u mm: 7:00. S:00and 10:30a.m.
Holv hav Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
i -IK n m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and)
17:00 to 1:00 pm. A ner nonary eacn v v-Inine.
Inine. v-Inine. M raeuloua Medal Novenai aua ana
17-lMI n m. on Mondav.
Catech am C ase: Alter a:o snasa on
I CtnHa v
First Trlday Expoaltion aU day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Maas at a:ow am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Massea: 7:30. 1:30. 11:50 an.
First Saturday Masa: 6:00 am.
Weekday Masses: 1-00 a.m.
Saturday .. 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:S0 a.m. 1:15 pm
Confession .. 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 pjn.
every Monday.
Pariah Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 pjn
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group I JO pro.
very Friday.
1st. Friday Devotlona ... 7:00 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotlona .. 70 p.m.
IT VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday MaMesa: 6:30 em. and 10
a m.
Holy Day Maaaee: lira em. and w
am.
uonieaaions: :oo io enre ana i.iw w
IM n.m Saturday.
Catechism Clasai 1045 a m. on Sunday
Convert Clasa avery Monday it !M
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7 JO p.
on Tuesday. J
Sacred Heart Novenai 7 JO pjav i
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 4Uhta
ttundav Mi' 0:15 ajn
Holy Day Masa: 1:00 o as.
Canfaaaioaa: 0J0 to t JO paa. eat Sat
urday.
fearer mair l.liw aim naa on asnnriav
VUB LAS I OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mi
7 JO and
1J0 a m
Holy Day Mi
: 6 JO aj
a, and iJO
Confab one la turds at 7 JO m.
and
axrer air evening aevotiona.
naptmras ay pinuneni.
MirarulouB Medal Novena: Ija ajai
en Tiday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7 JO a.aa' ax
Friday.
aunaay senooi: a jo p m. on Sunday.
Religioue Inatruction Clam for Chil.
dren: 4 -00 p. as en Thureday.
Rellalous Inatruction for adult (Cask
ducted ta Spaniaa.ll 7 J aja Mow-
'cat,
vert InafnieUana ay appoinh

Episcopal
Tha Rt Rav R. Habaf Coodon.

S.T.B
Iht Very R. Mainart J. rctonoa,
a.T.R.. Oaoa
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
UN0AVS
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy. Commlon.
:L) a.m. Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd aunaay). ,
:30 a.m. San la Communion. 3rd Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, j
u in am. CaFticla Dominical.
UtfO a.m Mornina Prayar and Sar
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
WDNSDAYS
SUM am.Holy Communion,
7:00 pro Ivanina Prayar.
HOLV DAYS
Holy Communion.
Holy Communion.
JAILV
:0b am
'30 an
:l a aa.
Morning Prayat
17:00 MU'.da
Missionary
Prayora
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
10
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
140 a.m
Family Prayer and
Church School 1:30 a. m
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Morning Prayer Sermon 11.00 a.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion :uv a-aa
, COROZAL
Chapel ot The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest ta Charge
FRIDAYS
g:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
N fjAMJBOA 1
oa Rlaun'a MHI.'S
TJi- a-.-., i.
.
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon Church School
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon
7:00 a.m
1:00 p.m
:00 p.m.
7:00 p m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayar and Holy
Communion
Evening Prayer
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
f :00 a.m
7:00 p.m
SUNDAYS
4th Thursdays
7:20 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion :" a m
Morning Prayer 1:00 a.m
Evening Prayer i:00 0-m
SATtmriAYS
Family Eucharist e:au a m
Office of Compline 1:00 p.m
LA BOCA
a rtar'a Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest ta Charge
(Also Holy communion isi.
Sunday each month I
Morning Prayer and Church
School i:oo am
Choral Eucharist and Ser
Sunday each month)
mon
10:30 a.m
Holy Baptism
Evensona and Addreae
12:00 noon
, 7:30 p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Wnman'a Auxiliary .
7 JO p.m.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion .
1:00 a m
PALO SECO
Chapel o' the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest m Charge
THURSDAYS
1 :30 a m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jeaae K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
1:45 ajn. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer'
Last Sunday each Month, noiy com
munion.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
Chapel of Our Saviour
WEDNESDAYS
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Weatt,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A, Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist at Senner
1:30 ajn. Infant Baptism.
l.oo iiu. Church School
(heid In Buildink 131)
5:00 pjn. Youth Fellowship
T Ml nm. Evamone and Addreae.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
.SO oin Woman a Auxiliary ana Al
tar Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St Paal'a Church
The Via Lemuel B. Shirley, Rectea
The Re Fits R. Atwell. Daaeea)
SUNDAY
0:00 a.m. Holy CommttAiea
Ou ajn Suna Eucharist. Sermon
10:45 e m Morning Prayar and Chureh
ScAeoi
12:00 nocT Holy BapUi
7:00 i..m Solemo
ruESDAva
1:30 a.m Hal maaunIo
7:31) nm. Evening Prayer aad Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
:0O m Holy CommuBlea
7:oa mil. Evenina Pravar
fHURiiiAYS AND FRIDAYS
1:30 m Hat Communlaai
HOLY DAYS
. 6 00 a na. Holy Cooununloa.
CHRIST CHl'RCH BY-THE-agA
' Kplaeoaal
. r Colon, B P.
(Oppoeite Hotel Washington
The Rev. Jamea Peter Farmer, Recta
The Re. Hearp A. Blake, Aaaettaa
SUNDAY
0 JO a.m. Holy Cammunleat.
1:30 ajn. Morning Prayer.
1.00 ajn. Choral Eucharist and
10:30 ajn. Chureh School.
T JO p.m. Solema Evenaong and
Ser.
MONDAY. TUESDAY 4V THURSDAY
6 JO a jo. Holy Cemmuniaa.
1 04 ajn. Morning Prayar.
1:00 pjn. Evening Prayar.

WEDNESDAY
0 JO ajn. Hely Cemmuniaa.
7:4 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7 JO pjn. Evening Prayer and Isranea
. FRIDAY
1 JO ajn. Morning Prayar.
!: ajn. Children's BuertarlaL
(JO pja. Evening Prayer..- V ..
SATURDAY
JO a.m. Ptory Cemmuniaa.
7. J jb. Morning Prayer.
JO p.m. Evening Prayer.
7 JO pja. Compline and Mditetta.

RIO ABAJO
t Ckristepaar'i Chareh
: loth Street, Parque 'Leievre
Tke Re, clarence W. sUya.
! Priest la Chug
Th Rev. Clarence A. CragwaB.

SUNDAYS

0:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and 8v rmen.

1040 ajra Morning rrayer ana tnurcn

senooi. v -i' '
11:00 noon Holy Bsptiws.
00 sjm Evensong nd Semen.
iMpjn. isi ana ireu woman am
. uarvw
TtlEnV
:10 a.m Junior Daugntars or
. sung.
7 :J0 a.m Vouth rellowshlp.
WEDNESDAYS . !:- ;
g:oo a m Holv Communion.

7:00 bj Evening Prayer and Religiotw

- in mictions.
THURSDAYS
:oo p.m. Glrla' Friendly aoeiety.
S:00 p.m. 1st and ltd, ainaletans.
SATURDAYS ...
a. 'SO urn. Junior conrirmauon ctasa,
Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NA2 ARCNE
440 Franglpanl St. Ancon, C.Z.
Rev, Elmer O.- Nelson, Paster
In m Balhoai C.Z. Tel. 2-2S01
Sanday School tM a.m
Worship Service ... 10:45
Youth Service 4:45

am
pro.

Evangelistic Service ....... 1 :S0 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wed. .... 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OP THB MAZARKNE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysenf
Write: Box 5010 Margarita. CX
Phnne: S-15S3
Sunday School .1:45 ain.
Momlha Wnrshln ,. ...... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service .......... 7;S0 p.m.
NATIONAL; BAPTIST, CHURCH
Panama R P. 2Srd Street tail
ev a. M Brewa. M lamer
Divine Worship
Sunday School
Sunday Masaca
:30 a.m
3:00 d.jj
74 11:46
Rio Abajo,
School
wr.
Sunday
1:00 p.m.
JfcHOVAM'S WIVNESBE
Maatinaa Thursdavs at 7:30 P.m. ana
Sunday at 4UM pm. Win Memorial
100 Balboa Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Keller society; Tuesday t:oo a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:50 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 1:30 a.m,
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CVRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg. Minister
Phone Res. 18-711 Of. 13-5105
'Sunday School 1:30 a. in
(A clasa for every -age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowahin 6:00 pjn.
Eevening Worship . .' .". . 7 :M pjn:
Prayer and Praise' '(Wed, 7 JO p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
OLD lAl'HULil CHLKlM
St Raphael The Archangel
13th 81 TTeel No. )
Holy aucharist. Sunday al I J a.m
Tuesdaya. Wadnasdaya and Tburdav
4:30 ajn.
S scram em at unetiea HeaUni er
vice) First Sunday ed aaeh month an
7d0 aja.
OaHbet. Christiaa Cnare
Panama R.p
Rav T uaiaa. D. D Blghtm
oMinating
Rt
Morning devotion 6:00 a.m.
Fellowship Worship v. .11:00 ajn.
Sunday School 3:00 pjn.
Divine Service 7:30 p.m.
BAHAl'S CENTER
14 rirst Street
Urbanlaaelon El Carmen, Panama. City.
iMormai Talk and uiacuauona
Thursdays 1:00 ,am
Colon, 0th A Ftaat Street
I a ae air American Baaaarl
Study Ciaasaa Thursdavs, 7 JO p.m
. BETHEL MISSIOM CBURCat
Eapalaba St., Faraiso C.Y..
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:11 pjn. Gospel Service.
Monday: 1:30 Young People' Seder
Wednesday: 7 J6 Mid-week Chriatiu)
Fellowship.
Thursday: l.oo enwr itenearsai.
Friday: I JO Woman' Missionary So
ciety.
TUB CHURCH OP COD
New Providence
Mr. Maade Hlaea. Paste
Sunday School 10:00 aja.
Morning worship' 11 JO ajn.
Night Service 7 JO pja
FIRST CHURCH OF GOP
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Ska.
Rataben CHy, Caaal Zeae
Rev. Was. Uvlagstea, Paster
THE CHURCH OP GOD
111-Eighth Street CeiOa
Rev. 4. W. Graadisen. Paster
Sunday School ........ i..,- 1:30 a. m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service I J p.m
Morning Worship
Sunday School ,,,
0:00 aJ.
10:30 a.m.
Nigni aervica ....
7O0 BJB
THE CHURCH OP GOD Si Aaaja
Meat Oscar R 16th St.
Rev. Wat. A Jebasea. Paste
Sunday- Sehaa 1:36 ajn.
Morning Worhip7 10:30 ajn.
Night Service 7 JO p.m.
CHURCH. 4M 6HM (Poatteeeetal)
Rev. B t Watsari. Overseer
I Phone a-421. Box 153, Cam baa
Church at Paratsa, CX (Re, and
Mra Herman 43. W byte I. Colon. R.P
(Re. Fernanda Lo ran eel, Rl Abe)o
mtf. ana air, vnarrea naynes t, ane
Cauv (Re, and Mr. Clifford Greevesi
Sunday and waekdaya aervicee at all
etourene.
COMMUHITT CHAPEL
.- Diablo Heights, CX
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl.'. Thsmpe. Mlabtoc
Box 11. Dlable Heights. C.Z.
Pke! Haraa, Geataea 117
Worahip Sarvie 11:00 ajn.
Taut Serrte'..- 7rM pjn.
vmfiiwf rt vice J 3m IB
Wedneeday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service T JO p.m.
Lutherin
R3TITMFJt LUTHER A CWURCB,'
Bala Read al Wlrtf Straat
RT. aaaart t. Gastack, Paatav
P O. Baa 06. Salcaa
Sunday Schaea, BiM eras 1 t aja.
Divin lai k t:is as,.
Holy Cammimiea, firai Sunday f th
Atlantic Sid
Fersaar chapel mt Our Saviour' Rnte-
"ii oMpei aro au ana Metenaea Ave
Xe Crlatobel. 1
' Mr. Korea H. Heanar. Yiear
laioay acneo. aiaie Clas I: a ja.
utdw service h ii m
Holy Crmmimta. last Sunday mt the
th.

Jewish

jewiis tlaifgro laaara Bid 7M- i
aioca Beau. Balboa, CX Rabbi NathM
Witkln Director.
Servia rridajr.' ..Id p-aa Saturaay.

(See a ,iutlna Jewish arvleea
un'ar,Peta Bases and Station).,,

Conirasanon Kel SrieantA Israet.-Ava-nlda
Oiba. and tb- Street,. Bell Vista.
Panama ettr Service :00 pj .s :
VHKUi'lVft CiiNl!: vMlattUaa' V
arai, Ciiurcli ol .Chrut,, cttetiat, Arts)
M0 Aaaeai Reulavard ;T7
ittanaa) il:oo, MednMuue 04 Ma.
'Buadav Scaoal OiM susi
tret 4,'kareleea Chnat, aatansMt. ianiabal
Ut Ba-eet aoiivai Hiaa.v
Bondaa ehn m m .-.
gkandap 11:00 aJS. Wediteeday t:00 .aa.-

tne
Posts
rAcu-ic sua ; .:
rrategtairt
FORT Alt ADOJt K '"

Sunday Schoeli ................. ata
Morning Worship 10.M
Church-Urn -Nursery School... 10:00

FORX CLAYTON r

Sunday Blcheel tBuildiag He,
120i ,..r 0:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening' Mid-Weak-Service
-... ,...' 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... :00

FORT K.OBBE
I

Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worship ....10:30
Evening Worship .............. 7.-00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio KatO .... SJ
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 0:00
Soldier'e Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
OMicer'a Christiaa Union Thurs. 0:00

ALBROOK. AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 1:30
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club). S:S0
Morning Worship ...... 0 4a 10 :U
Youth fellowship 0:30
I S. NAVAL. STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 0:30
Morning Worship 11 :00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of MaatiO
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
morning vveranip .-..., v.uv
(Holy Communion Finn Sunday
ox jnonin.
Naval Radii Station. Summit.
0:0
Catkeil
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mas ..........
Sunday Masse .......
Cenfeesiena, Saturday
Sunday'
6 M
1:30
J:30
1:21
. 7:00 at
.s.:30 4t
,. 1:00 ds
FORT CLAYTON ,v
Daily Maas
Sunday Massea
Cenfesnona Saturday
!:4A
1:00
0:00
.7:45 J
6 JO at
FORT KOBBB
Daily Mass 0:1!
Saturday Masses 1,00

nunaay atatses a;e et
Monday Novena Devotions ... 7:30'
Confessions Saturday.. 4:00 4 7:0.

COROZAL
Sunday Mass 1030
ALBROOK. AIR FORCE BASR
. Daily Mas
Saturday Mass
0:00
1:00,
12:00
7:00
7:00,.
7:00
Simd.v Maara 7:15 Ji
' Spanish i
Novena Services-Tuesday ......
Conf asions-laturday
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass
Jewish
FORT KOBBB
Saturday
1:00
7:80
4.00
1:30
CSO-JWB, Balboa
rrlaay (
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sarurdav
USO-JWB (Balboa)
aaturaay
ATLANTIC SIDR
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .,
Morning Worship
oieo"
10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 33
Tuesday
KYSB Wednesday Post Chapel
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel
7:00
o:so
7:3
FORT CUL1CK
Sunday School
0:30i
10:4
0:30
7:30
1:30
Morning Warship.
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wadnaaday
Ladies Chapel Guild, let Thurs.
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Sol
Sunday School .... .t .... . j. ..
Morning Worship.
Holy Communion' Firat' Sunday
et Month)
0:30
11:60
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Maaa
Sunday Mas
Confessions:
Sunday
T.'OO
0:30
0:oa
1:46
I
7.00
7:00
io a
7:00
4:o :
1:30
0:00
Saturday
FORT GULICg;
Daily Masa
Saturday Mass
8unday Masses
Cettfeaaien. Saturday
7:45 c
. 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca' Sola
Daily Mats
. Saturday Mat
punaay auaa
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Maaa
Jewish
fort euucx
Tuesday ....
f:lt
Greek Ortkedes
Greek Orthodox services are eenducW
ed at the Chureh of th Anuneiatiea
Via Selisario Porrax. fia cv.-..
U Caleu, Panama aty, HT.r and at
tha Church of St Anthony. A vera da
Melendez, colon, RJ on eltemate un un-days
days un-days at 1 JO. For lurther infnrmtiB.
call the Office of tha Army .Chaplain,
KII).
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weakly Service, in all
aa leUawe:
churcbot
SATURDAY:
-- f
sabbath- aorteel- l;3a--'a.awc..
Divine .Service .11 JO a.m.,
YeuUv Meeting 4 JO pja.
WEDNESDAY: -.. ;
-1 -
Bible Itudy
aad Prayar Servie
tar
PaeiH SM Tasuuai
Pastor W. K. WaUsaV-Tel. rg-J-Uog
Ckba Verde, AV. J. p. a u Osaa
No. 17 ChorrlUe 35 th N. 27 Pu.
Ma Nuevev g-A SL between 3rd and 4th
ra. Ria Aka Uth Na. ST -Gamboa
I .
Paater G. Wtntant Tel.
Pastor A. -A, Grlrola TL
Ipantak Chasmha Paeafbr BMr
Ptr Nerberta CHMrae
o-saa
o-iot
' i. Panama. Calle Darlen No. S
' Pedregai gt Nuev Guarar. ( v
.'AUaatte Sla '
astar G.' A. JUrlee-Tel. JtaKt. i.
Coloa - I
Criatoael English lh at BoNvar Ava. 1
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OF MR. RICHARD OWEN EGGER AT MARGARITA
Miss Hheila La Mar Leach ot ,.Gun,, 0aighter qj Mrs.
feavmond N. leach olswamjsctt, Mai' fprwe&f ijs ijs-fobaTand
fobaTand ijs-fobaTand the late Mr. Leach' Ifeemme the WAt if Richard
Owen Eger last Saturday morning at the Holy, Family
ChUMrEngg"lhe'Son of Mr. and Mrs. eGorge W. Egger
' nVSSVKUm Daniel Renaldo CM. of delated at the

doable ring ceremony.

vrraov fnt t.hp rakp followine trieir

The bride is the former Miss Sheila La Mar

Miss Edna Cordova was the or organist,
ganist, organist, and the chojr from St.
Vincent's Church in Kambow Ci Ci-tv
tv Ci-tv sang ''Ave Maria." Mrs. N. M.
Schommer solo.ist from the p.ci p.ci-fic
fic p.ci-fic Side, sang "Pains Angehcus
and "On This Day 0. Beautitui
KVahseers"of white gladioli wei :e
placed on the altar and baskets of
Easter lilies, white calla hhes i and
white gladioli stood inside the rail
Fan VJSSST

decorated me sam-iuai.r.
were tied with vmgm of wh te

dahlias ana wnne u .:
The lovely bride, whw"
en in marriage by Mr. Reuben G
i u., hrnthpr-in law

KniwrLauu.

make their home at 8102-D in Mar Margarita
garita Margarita after Oct. 8.
Mrs. Egger attended St. Mary's
Academy in Colon and is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Swampscott High School,
Class of 1956. The groom attend attended
ed attended Canal Zone schools and gri.'
uated from Cristobal High School
in 1949. He is employed by the
Marine Division.

umrp a cown with a fitted bodice American Legion "Festival of

t i,nrtert Chantilly lace witn pun" to be held at the Club on

a icaUoped neckline, long sleeves October is and 19.

ending in points ai ine

a full skirt ot peau ae uib o. --i
i i.,rth train. Her finger-

nf F.nclish illusion hung

tip Veil 01 Jknglia" Jlluow" u I tUlltcaoiUil Wi. WB ;
from a seed pearl coronet. She 0f Fun," where they will help to galle has broken training after 59

Carried a nosegay U' wmt iwo- jn vne siumaciis oi we uien auu

nd gardenias with lace stream

ers

: or. She wore a waltz length gown
of pink embossed nylon with three-

quarter lengin wjijvc. "y
Z ui:. .nl matching Dill DOX

hat She carried a nosegay of pink

and white carnations.

kriHffsmairls were Judy

Ann Oberholtser and Shirley Ann

MacDonald. rneir aresses w re
pink and white embossed nylon
wh hah neckline and bouffant

-l,;.ts Thai, nrnrs taffeta head'

- bands' and carried pink and white

carnations. The Drme s nepnew,
r.ro. riavirf Rohertson. acted as

i.u. fe '
ring bearer, carrying the rings on
. a hart'Shaped pillow. Thomaf J.
Vinr ws best man for his

brother. The ushers were: Messrs.
- William Casswell, Charles Louis,
John Rice, Paul Cain and George
(Bonneau. The groom's mother was
' dressed in tan linen street

length dress with an orchid cor cor-..
.. cor-.. Mrs. William Cronan. the

bride's godmother, wore a blue
rayon faille street length dress
and an orchid corsage.
Immediately after the ceremony
a reception was held at the Elks'
Home ia Braios Heights.; The
nmiB orertpA anDroximate-

ly one hundred guests at the en

trance under an aroor oi biccu
, and white variegated hibiscus. The
, bride'a Uble held a three-tiered
- wedding cake. A latice work of
' green and white variegated hibrs hibrs-;
; hibrs-; cus was used ai a background.
The buffet table was adorned with
a large mirror flanked with gin-,
v ger lilies and bamhoo orchids.
. Mrs. Charles Louis was in
charge of the bride's book. Mrs.
William Cronan served the cake
and Mrs. L. A. Kaufer presided at
the punch bowl. -
- For travelling, ths -bride wore
- 'a blue and white cotton dress with
. matching shoes,, white accessories
aiH a pink rosebud corsage.
- The young couple motored to
th Holel El Pa-rma and will Sail

Tine Cindidatti
Will Be Guests
At Legion Fiesta
The American Legion Club has
announced that the five candidates
for queen of the "Tceno Ball," to

be held at tne &t ranama noiei
on Nov, 8, will be featured at the

The queen candidates will ap appear
pear appear at the "Hot Dog and Flow

ers concession ot the festival

now undergoing
Balboa.

construction m

60-Nalion Agency

Chooses American
To Head Alom Pool
VIENNA, Oct. 5 (UP)-The new
60-nation "atoms for peace" pool
yesterday named Rep. W. Sterling
Cole (R-NY) as Its guilding officer
over Soviet opposition.
The board of directors of the
International Atomic Energy
Agency, meeting for the first time
today, chose Cole as director director-general
general director-general of the agency, which re resulted
sulted resulted from President Eisnhow-

er s proposal lor an international

toms-for-peace program.
His election was unanimous
when Russia failed to nut up an

opposing candidate, despite ear

ner Soviet declarations tnai it

would never accept an American
as head of the group.
Cole, 58, of Bath, N.Y., is for former
mer former chairman and present rank ranking
ing ranking Republican member of the
U.S. congressional joint Atomic
Energy Committee.
Vim anniintmont tnr a fniir-VPur

term will go before the general

conference ot me agency next

week for approval, which is cer certain
tain certain H iirl h would resicn his

House seat to accept the post.
He said he would return to the
United States to settle personal

affairs before takmz up his new

position. Permanent headquarters

of the new agency will be estab established
lished established in Vienna.

'In addition to proposing the new
agency to exchange information
and develop peaceful use of atom atomic
ic atomic knowledge, the United States
nut un 5.000 kilograms of

uranium-235 to start the atom

pool. Portugal yesterday offered
100,000 kilograms of natural urani uranium,
um, uranium, equivalent to 700 kilograms

of the enriched uranium-235.

Mist Clair Ogdtn
Gueit Sptakwr
C- M.uu Wiv

Th. ParMfir Navv Wives' Club

will hold their monthly socian on

Mondav in the ciuDroom or me

Cocoli Clubhouse at 7:30 p.m.

The Club's guest speaker for the
evening will be Miss Claire Ogden
of the Bella Vista C h i 1 d r e n's
Unrr.a. urhirh is thp Cluh's ChaHtV

project Miss Ogden will speak

on the history of the home, the
attendance of the home, etc. Slides
will also be shown, of the home
and of the children.
Refreshments will be served
after Miss Ogden's speech. Mem Members
bers Members and their guests are welcome
to attend the social.

Mr. And Mrs. Driscell
Visiting Here
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dns Dns-coll,
coll, Dns-coll, former residents of the Canal
Zone who are now living in Vene Venezuela,
zuela, Venezuela, arrived early Saturday
morning by plane from Miami for
an Isthmian visit. They are the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank H. Lerchen on Ridge Road

in Balboa Heights. Mrs. Lircnen

and Mrs. Driscoll are sisters.

1st pgh, 4th line:
Cole (R-NY) as its guiding officer

3 Young Boys Sent
To Training School

For Torturing Cats
WASH INflTflM Oct K HIP

Three teen-aged boys who admit-
trt tnrtnrincr anH lrillintf turn rati

and four kittens were sent t the

national Training acnooi yester yesterday
day yesterday for indefinite periods.
Tho mnfhor nf the 1i.vpar.nM

ringleader of the group is dying of

cancer in a wastimmon area nos

nit a

i" 1

Juries Orman W. Ketcham. who

handed down the sentences, told
the boy's father, "I hope your wife
doesn't have to know about this."
"I'm glad she doesn't, your

nonor, me inner repneo.
AM ERICANS TOUR RUSS I A
TMOSmW fITPAn 11-man tit

gation of American metallurgical

apeciausis toaay Degan a. zu-oay
inspection tour of Soviet iron and
steel mills and research insitutes.

Urines

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Mrs. Reuben G- Robertson, the donated by the American Legion L ride on a passenger train upon
ride's sister, was matron off hon- to thfrfund for the Teen C 1 u b'retirement,
. wait lnnath ?nwn ..

I, tittii r

Even though the bride orally

thanks a person for a wedding
gift, she still must write a note
to the person. And ahe can't use
the telephone or printed cards
to save herself the trouble of
writing thank-you notea.
A note from the bride will be
expected by everyone who sends
her a gift. J

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NEA Peed aad Markets Editor

GARLIC croutons are an essen-iand toss again

tiai part of the ever-popular Cae Caesar
sar Caesar salad. But here's a new trick:
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One clove garlic, crushed, 44
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shredded wheat, l'a quarts mixed
greens, teaspoon salt, freshly
s.aieu pepper, 1 egg, cooked 1
minute, 3 tablespoons lemon juice,
l cup grated Parmesan cheese,
1 can anchovies, if desired.
Add the crushed garlic to the
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oil in skillet and heat. Add the
cereal biscuits and stir' with a
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blespoons tablespoons vinegar, V cup finely
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cup French dressing. V pound
cooked ham. V pound sharp
cheese, cut in strips, 2 tomatoes,
cut in sections.
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salted water for about 10 minutes
or until tender. Drain. Wash with
cold water. Put macaroni in a
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gar, vinegar, onion, celery, salt, pepper.
Mix lightly but well. Cover and
chill for several hours. Just be before
fore before serving, mix macaroni with
the mayonnaise and French dress dressing.
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range Arrange ham and cheese strips and
tomato sections over top of salad.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 5. 1957-.
Light-Middleweight Scraps
Hightlight Kobbe Boxing Card

, liijp V : t V" I r"'i4 'vV Edtors CONRADO SARCEANT

LiSU S ' .vx L. V- V'

BRAVE BELTERS Outfielders Wes Covington, Hank Aaron and Bob Hazle put punch in
th Milwaukee attack. Aaron, the clean-up man, is the Tribe's counterpart of the Yankees'
Mickey Mantle. Hazle batted better than .400 after being brought up from Wichita in late July.

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Mario Gerhardt removes both
shoes and socks when kicking
for Shaw High School of
Cleveland. The 17-yeaf-old re recalls
calls recalls that when youngsters
played soccer in Vienna after
World War II, those who
owned shoes took them off.

CFN's Sunday TV

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Yankees vs. Chisox

CFN-TV's television "gimi of
the week" will b the New York
Yankees vs the Chicago Whit
Sox beginning at 3:30 p.m. Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Oct. 4.
This game was originally play play-d
d play-d on Sept. 13.

Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today

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Debra Paget Sundav "Desk Set''
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Frick Accused Of
'Continued Abuses'
Of Baseball Rules
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 (UP)-

Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick

was revealed' today as the target

of broad new accusations iiled
with a congressional committee by

a director of the Washington base

' ball club.

The accuser, C. Leo DeOrsey,
charged Frick with permitting
"continued abuses" of baseball's
waiver and draft rules and shak

ing "the fans' confidence in the

integrity of the game" by public

ly making unfair, unfortunate

and completely unwarranted re

flections upon the great American
game and the men who have
made it so."
The newest chapter m the Frick Frick-DeOrsey
DeOrsey Frick-DeOrsey feud was unfolded in a
supplementary statement filed by
DeOrsey with the House Judiciary
Subcommittee after he and Frick
testified at public hearings this
summer on sports anti-trust legis legislation.
lation. legislation. The statement, part of the
subcommittee's hearing record,
came to light today.
The feud originated last March
when DeOrsey labeled baseball a
big business and proposed a ma major
jor major overhaul in the set-up of the
game, including big league repre representation
sentation representation for Los Angeles and San
Francisco. At the time, Frick
chided DeOrsey as a "compara

tive newcomer who professes to
know all the cures for baseball's

ills."

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Two fine light -. middleweight

scraps highlighted boxing action

at Fort Kobbe this wick as the

liehter-weieht fighters put on an

eight-card program before anoth

er full house at Hangar 4.

Pfc. Clarence James of H. Com

pany won a split decision from
Pfc. William Belchia of G. Com

pany m the night's best fight.

Both started strongly witn avi-

lan-style bolo punches. Midway
through the first round James
floored Belchia for a- nine-count
with a crisp right uppercut. At the

bell Belchia had come back
strongly, hammering away at his
taller opponent with short rights
and lefts.

Belchia was missmg a lot as the

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'Company fighter staggered to his

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one. finished with a iturry.

Belchia came out lor r o a n. a

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stalked his opponent from corner

to corner, and, smelling Diooa,
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James sprawling. The crowd, al always,
ways, always, quick to back the underdog,
cheered him on.

But James recovered, taking the

verdict on two cards, 58-57 and 57-

56. The other judge had Belchia

ahead 57-56.

In the last bout of the night,

Sp-3 Alfred Fleming of F Compa

ny, wno nans irom rnuaaeipnia,

tool? the nod from a local boy
Sd-3 Arthur Johnson A Compa

nv's top fighter from Paraiso.

Fleming's height, as in previous

bouts, was again a dominant lac
tor. He won a split decision.

Three lights In the lightweight
division went the limit. Pfc Class
Asbany Thomas; and Pfc; Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Curtis, F Company, took

one from Sp-3 Bobby Houston, A

Company.
The lone non-Kobbe representa

tive, Fort Clayton's Sp-3 Ben As-

berry, outpointed Pvt. irt Class
Jrome Dawson of F Company.
The Cavaliers, defending titlehold-

ers in PAAF competition, now

have a one-and-one record against
Kobbe fighters.

In other action, flyweight Sp-3

Elis Castro, IB. Company, decision decision-ed
ed decision-ed Pfc. Leonard" Martinez, F. Com Company,
pany, Company, and, in a lightwelterweight
go, Pfc. Hector Mont-Santiago, G
Company, won from Pfc. Edgar
Lee Malone of H Company.
On Monday at Kobbe, in addi addition
tion addition to the usual eight-card pro

gram, another Battle Koyal will
be staged several blindfolded

fighters from each battalion will

be fighting it out.

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Yankees Turn
Cold Shoulder
On Reception

Navy Going Through

With Football Game
Against Georgia U.

WASHINGTON (UP) The

Navy is going through with its

scheduled football game witn
Georgia Oct. 19 at Norfolk, Va.,
after receiving assurances, no seg

regation restrictions have been

placed on ticket sales.
The National Assn. for the

Advancement of Colored People

had protested against the Acad Academy
emy Academy team playing in a segregated
stadium.

But the Navy said Thursday

Mel Blassmgham sr., chairman

of the Oyster Bowl committee,

had given assurances that 'his
committee sold tickets "with no

restriction placed on the pur

chaser."
The statement was issued after

a conference between Navy Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Thomas S. Gates Jr., Rear
Adm. W. R. Smedberg, Academy
superintendent, Capt. S!?de Cut Cutter,
ter, Cutter, director of athletics at, the
Academy and Blassingham.
The statement said that 90 per
cent of the tickets were sold by

mail and it was "impossible to

determine the race, color or
creed of the purchaser."
"As has previously been stated,
all of the tickets sold by the

Naval Academy were issued with
no restrictions .whatever," the
statement continued.

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MILWAUKEE, Oct. 5 (UP)

Veteran outfielder. Andy Pafko,

the Braves' most experienced
World series player, took issue
today with the New Vork Yan Yankees
kees Yankees charge that the city Is
"bush league."
The aging right fielder said
"its an awful thing" to all
Milwaukee "bush league," an an-swerine
swerine an-swerine back a statement byNe

husky Yankee who tagged the
city with that label as He. hi
teammates and manager Casey i

Stengel turned a cold shoulder

to a civic reception.

"After all," said Pafko, "Mil "Milwaukee
waukee "Milwaukee is a nice town and has

shown that it's big league by
drawing at least two million
people In four of ftr years."
"That's more than the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees have done," he said.

Pafko, who said he would ra

ther not get Into any contro controversy
versy controversy with the Yankees, said
"Milwaukee wanted to welcome
the Yankees and they should

have been glad to pet a nice re

ception in an opposing town.
Albert Davis, assistant secre secretary
tary secretary to Mayor Frank Zeidler,
was at the Milwaukee road sta station
tion station along with a crowd of sev several
eral several hundred to greet the east eastern
ern eastern team when it arrived here
yesterday to work out at Coun County
ty County Stadium.
The Yankees bundled from the
train to three waiting buses
without stooping to give or take
a word. Milwaukee Judge Rob Robert
ert Robert cannon, a personal friend of
Stengel's, asked him to leave the
bus and acknowledge the receo receo-tion.
tion. receo-tion. The manager refused and
Cannon boarded the bus with
several newsmen.-
Then a husky Yankee began
bustling the newsmen off the
bus and said the whole thing
"is strictly bush 1 e a s ue."
Meantime, Davis had manag managed
ed managed to hand around a few book booklets,
lets, booklets, "Milwaukee, U.S.A.," to

several of the players.
"Gentlemen," Davis called out
as the buses pulled away,"
whether you know it or not, you
have been welcomed to Milwau Milwaukee."
kee." Milwaukee." "It's their business if the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees turn down a nice welcome,"

Pafko said.

"But if it were me, I'd appre

ciate it."

BOWLING CHAMPIONS Lt. Col. J. C Brink on left, commander of the Second Battalion,
20th Infantry congratulates members of the Battalion Headquarters Company for awards
they won for placing as the winning team in the 1957 Bowling Championship recently: at
Fort Kobbe. First Lieutenant William Hullins, commanding officer of the Headquarters Com Company,
pany, Company, stands next to Col. Brink. Other men shown are (front row, 1 to r) Sp3 Jack Leikam,
Pfc. Emerson Oberlin, Pvt. Robert Owens, back row: Pvt. Alvin Franklin, Sfc. Howard. Spen

cer, 1st Lt, Frederick wunams, Bgi. rreaencK ACKerman. (u.s. array rnow;
2nd Battalion, 20th Infantry
Cops Post Bowling Tourney

Headquarters Company, 2d Bat

talion walked away with the 1957
Bowling Championship at the Kob

be bowling alley to climax a tnree
dav post tournament.

Headquarters Company barely
nosed out the runner-up team, the

937th Engineers. Only 62 pins sep
arated the two teams. The win

ners had a total pin fall of 6846

compared to the runners-up 6784
m the event.
Two master sergeants, Robert L.
Doney and Herbert L. Hoff had a
very interesting battle of their
own. Sergeant Doney had the tour tourney's
ney's tourney's highest pin fall total, as he
scored 1568 points, a nd Sergeant
Hoff had a close second with 1447

points. Both will receive trophies

from Special Services Officer Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Carl Wise for their outstand outstanding
ing outstanding performance.
The tournament was rather close
from the starting frame until the
last. At the end of the first day
the standings for the four teams
were 2316 for the winners, 2256 for

the runners-up, and 22U for Head

neers outdid the champs in the
second round, 2325 to 2304, with
Service Company coming in with
1957. The second round splurge
wasn't enough to overcome Head Headquarters'
quarters' Headquarters' last day total.
The winners and runner up
teams will represent Kobbe in tht

quarters 1st Battalion. The Engi- PAAF tournament this month.

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Sports Briefs

BALLANFANT RESIGNS
NEW YORK (UP) Lee iBallan

fant, a National League umpire

for 22 years, called it a career to

day because "my legs can't take

it anymore. Ballanfanc' said he
was going home to Texas "and
just rest." With his departure,
Jocko Conlan, with 17 years serv service,
ice, service, becomes the loop's senior umpire.

K,t)BEK GOING HOME
MILWAUKEE (UP) New York
Yankees manager Casey Stengel
wasn't sure today where he would
play rookie Tony Kubek, his' "all "all-around
around "all-around man," today in the
third game of the World Series.
Kubek, whose home is in Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, played left field in the first
game in New York and third base
in the second. He also plays short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, second base and center
field.

MANTLE SURPRISED
MILWAUKEE (UP) When lum lumbering
bering lumbering Joe' Adcock of the Braves,
a notoriously slow base runner,
kept right on going after rounding
first base on a single to center
during Thursday's win over the

Yankees, the move so surprised
Yankee center fielder Mickey
Mantle that he bobbled the hall

long enough to enable Adcock to

make it safely to second.

Knox Family Again
Baffling Football
Coaches, Owners
CHICAGO (UP) The long

standing feud between football

coaches and owners ana tne bat

tling Knox family flared again
Thursday when George Halas,

owner of the Chicago Bears, hand

ed Ronnie Knox an indefinite
suspension" for "willful violation

of club rules."

When Harvey Knox, who han

dles barbed phrases almost as
well as his football playing son

handles the pigskin, was informed
of the suspencion Thursday, he
retorted by calling Halas a

skunk."
According to Bear officials,

Knox has taken a "consistently

lackadaisical" attitude toward

practice session ever since he,

signed on with the Bears.
Knox said Ronnie called Halas

on the telephone Thursday morn morning
ing morning asking for permission to miss
the morning practice session. He
said it was the only chance be

would have to see his lawyer be before
fore before the lawyer, left for Washing Washington.
ton. Washington.

The elder Knox said, "Halas

said if. you miss practice it will

cost you a fifth of your salary,

you are not excused.
The Knoxes met with their law

yer in spite of Halas' refusal to

grant their reouest.
Knox met with hit lawyer to
-iiscus a law suit the atber-onj
team is planning a K a i 1 1 the
Fsrsover ry Jorfffiihitinn

KREBS TO ALL-STARS
NEW YORK (UP) Jim Krebs

6-foot -8 center from Southern

Methodist, has been added to the

College All Star squad which
meets the New York Knicker

bockers in an exhibition game at

Madison Square Garden, Oct. 19.

US Takes 3 1 Lead
Over Great Britain

In Ryder Cup Play

WORKSOP, England (UP) The

United States took a 3-1 lead over

Great Britain by winning three -of

today s opening foursomes in the

Ryder Cup matches.

Dow Finsterwald of Tequesta,

Fla., and Masters champion Doug
Ford of Mahopac, N.Y., beat (Ber

nard Hunt and Peter Alliss, both

of England, 2 and 1; Ted Kroll
of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and Jack
Burke of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.,
beat Max Faulkner and Harry
Weetman of England. 4 and 3: and

Dick Mayer- of St Petersburg,

Fla., and Tommy Bolt of Houston,

Tex., defeated Christy O'Connor of
Ireland and Eric Brown of Scot-,
land, 7 and 5. I

The only American defeat was;

suffered by Art Wall of Pocono

Manor, Pa., and Fred Hawkins of:
El Paso, Tex., who were beaten;
by Dai Rees of Wales and Ken
Bousfield of England, 3 and 2.
The United States needs to win
only four of Saturday' concluding
eight singles matches to clinch
their 10th victory in 12 Ryder Cup
matches.
The three winning American
foursomes all had led at the end,
of today's morning 18 hole round,!
and all increased their lead during
the afternoon.
Playing in Scotch foursome, tn
which the team members take
turns at making the shots, the'
American teams had their expec-
td trouble with the narrow f'r-

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSFAPER
PAGE SEVEN
Texas A & M
Waking
Vitamin
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Special

Capsules

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lines from the

Soften Effects

clatton

PACIFIC
LEAGUE

Team
Misled
Missys.
Misfire 1
Misbehaved
Mistakes
Mischiefs
Miscasts
Misfits

Won Lost

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. Misleds .3 Misbehaved 1
Their name may be mislead

in but not their .performance
because the Misleds are perched

on the -top lung of the conee
and Donuf league atthe Clayton
Center; Friday irioming they
took 3 to 1 victory over the
Misbehaves. The Misleds mislead

the other lassies because while
the others tet bie eames and big

series, these damsels go softly

and cet enough pins' to win

eames.

Although their captain Helen

Winkler was the only one to

eo over the 500 peak, with a 504
her team mates crashed enough
pins to take their opponents In

came. For the Misbehaves it

was Jo Mack with a 523.
? Misfires 3 Misfits 1

' The Misfires climbed into a
tie for second place, when they
too came out on top with 3 to 1,
over the last place Misfits. Bea

Lambroia aparicea tne Misnres
with a 500" on the button mark.
Marie Moore smacked a 514 and
their captain Mary Arnold con contributed
tributed contributed 502. For cellar dwelling
Misfits, Myrt Mangels chalked
up 533, but the other four ladies
In the Misfit lineup were In dis distress,
tress, distress, and they Just could not
Set the pins and then 27 inch
all to cooperate.
9- Missys 4 Mistakes 0
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Before the nroceedings start

ed the Mistakes were in first

Blace tie.' and the Missys were

way down the list, but the posi

tion was sreversea wnen tne

mornlne's bowlinar was finished

Using their handicap to a good
advantage, the Missys took the
first set-to by aix pins, but the
other games were--by comf orta-

bl margins. ",-?

Bowling League
took all three

Scroungers. .
The fourth place Conauistadores
picked up three points, defeating
the last place Pinsplitters. The
Twotimers dropped tiirce oints to
theMourth lace Deudliners. The

NCO Club team, remained in first
nlgra ac ihtv rireur a Rv

Chief Warrant Officer John P.
Hulka rolled a 200 icorc to take
the evening's high game Jionors..

LEAGUE STANDINGS

Ttimi
NCO Club

Morticians
Scrounging Five
Conquistadores
Deadliners
Twotimers
Pinsplitters

38
28V4
28 V
24
24
20
11

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20
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32

Of Bruises

Sprains

And

Some Trotter
Stunts Well
Tested by Time

Some of those laugh provoking

stunts the Harlem Globetrotters
pull off during a basketball game
as they will at La Macarena
Bullring on Oct. 14 with the Unit

ed States Stars look like ad libs:
You know, quite impromptu.

Some are, some aren't.
Stunting, trtck-ball-handling com

edy routines and situation, jugg juggling,
ling, juggling, hiding the ball, etc., etc.
are in the main the product and
result of long and arduous study
and practice.

The team was launched in 1927,

and this is the 30th year of their

existence. There was no danger
that any member of the organiza

tion would suffer from gout as. the
result of rich living, in those ear early
ly early days. They lived on hamburg hamburgers,
ers, hamburgers, coffee, doughnuts and the like.
In 1929, one of the Trotters nam named
ed named Inman Jackson now a coach
with the organization tickled the
palates of the spectators by jug-
Tine i Ka Hall flnrintf aVffaiMtt T-To

Irene Belefr'teMU!M34leri said he -was- ttredatoft.jje

set and Mabel Leslie a 532. For

the disposed league vleaders,, Vt

Wollstarsky made the least num number
ber number of mistakes and led her team
with 504. In fact she was the
only member of the Mistakes
squad to do the trick.
Mischiefs 3 Miscast I
Inez Davis was the feature
story of this match. She started

out with a 184 scratch, then she
rolled a 159 and she climaxed
the performance with a 202
scratch, totaling a 525 scratch
series. Add 45 handicaps to this
and you have a 570 series. Then
Thelma Gullbert with a 439
scratch plus 150 hdep, put her
mark to 589.
With these two gals red hot
the Mischiefs took three points
from the Miscasts, whose Gladys
Wiley with 517 topped her team teammates.
mates. teammates. The oddity of this match
was the fact that the game in
which Inez tallied a 202 scratch
and Thelma a 173 scratch, their
team lost; yet Marge Sewell was
tops for the Miscast with a 163
game.
FORT GULICK MEN'S LEAGUE
The Morticians moved up to a
second place deadlock with the
Scrounging Five in last Monday's
meeting of the Fort Gulick Men's

DALLAS, Tex. Oct. 5 (UP)
Texas A&M football bUvers are

taking special vitamin capsules de

signed to soften the effects of bruis

es and sprains and minimize the

recovery .time from sucn injuries,
the United Press learned today.

The tests, which have been car

ried out the past year by team

trainer. Charles J3. Smokey Harper-
and supervised "by the team
physician, .Dr. B. Henry Harrison,
are far from conclusive, but Har Harper
per Harper said today that he was "im

pressed with the apparent suc

cess' and that he planned to con continue
tinue continue using the vitamins.

li it proves as worthy as the

preliminary findings indicate, the
"bruise pill," as it has been nick

named, could have a far reachiug
effect on the treatment of super superficial
ficial superficial wounds such as bruises, he

matomas and muscle strains and
sprains for all types of athletes.
Harper emphasized that in no

way is the capsule which Carries

the trade name C.v.p. and

manufactured by the U.S. Vitamin

Lorp. to be construed as a pep

pin."

"It is a bioflavanoid preparation
made from, citrus peel and juices

with vitamin C added," he said
"It has no pep qualities whateV'

er." He pointed out that this type
of medicine has been used by
medical authorities in (he past in
cases where capillary fragility was

a problem.

He said that control? conducted
on Texas AaM players last sea

son, during spring training and

also this fall indicate there is

dfinite decrease in the incidence

of both superficial and deep bruis

es, sprains and strains among

those players who are given the

capsule.

Wes Covington

Solid Man'

Of Braves Now

suit of constant day-in, day out

play and travel with no tsubsti

tues available as the united trek

ked around trimmed down to the

bone. Well, anyway, Big Jack bal

anced the ball on the tips of his

fingers, roled it around his neck

and down his outstretched arm.

The customers ate it up, J a c k-

son's stunts got more applause

than the accurate marksmanship

of the team.

That, was when Owner Coach
Abe Saperstein got the idea that
laughter took priority over dexteri dexterity
ty dexterity and accurate shooting. Bit by
bit they enlarged and improved on
funny stunts. Players were given
a free hand, the stunts that caught
on with the fans ere immediate immediately
ly immediately incorporated.

Football Results

EAST
Ithaca 19 Wilkes 0
Potomac St. 28 Salem 7
Gettysburg 38 Western
land 18.

Mary-

MIDWEST
Youngstown 13 Eastern Mich. 6
Sterling 19 Central St. (Mo) 13

College of Emporia. 28 Bethany

(Kans.) 20.

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MILWAUKEE (UP) Wes Cov Covington,
ington, Covington, who was fitted for a pair
of "goat's horns" in the pre-World
Series analysis, shaped up today
as tne Milwaukee Braves "solid
man."
And you'll have to pardon Gen General
eral General Manager Frank Ltne of the
St. Louis Cardinals if he says, "I
told you so" because Lane singled
out the 205-pound native of Ltu Ltu-rinburg,
rinburg, Ltu-rinburg, N. C, as a Milwaukee
"sleeper" before the Series cot

underway.

The 25-year-old Covington will

go into the third game of the Se Series
ries Series today as the Brtves' lead.

ing hitter with a .500 average and

aiso nas made the outstanding de

tensive play of the Series his

cltutch back-handed grab of Bobby
Shanti's liner in the second inning

or inursaay s 4-2 Milwaukee vie
tory.

That catch was the turning

point of the game," said Milwau-

rankees would have been in front,

3-1, if he hadn't made it and the
3-1, if he hadn't mtde it and the
whole complexion of the game
would have been changed."
The irony was that the Yankees
confidently expected Covington to
be a liability to the Braves in the
Yankee Stadium's vast and tricky
sunfield. Better fielders than
Covinton have had their troubles

out there in Series competition.

The fact is that Covington's

catch was generally omparablel

to the one Brooklyn's Sandy Amo-1

ros made to save the seventh

game of tht 1955 Series. Coving Covington
ton Covington did not have to run as close
to the foul line as Amoros did but
Shantz's ball was a -liner while
Yogi Berra's 1955 drive was a
sliced fly.
Covington's .500 average repre represents
sents represents three singles and a double
in eight tries. He struck the "big
one" for the Braves Thursday
when he looped a single over

shortstop Gil McDougald's head

with two on and none out in the
fourth inning. That blow delivered
Joe Adcock with the run that put
the Braves in front, 3-2.

Two Roman Catholic
Priests To Offer

Prayers For Braves
MILWAUKEE, Wis.," Oct. 5 (UP)
Two Roman Catholic priests with
real stakes in the outcome of the
World Series will offer prayers
Sunday for a Milwaukee Braves
victory m this year's baseball clas classic.
sic. classic. -(
The priests are Msgr. James E.
Dplan, pastor of the church in Los
Angeles where Mr. Fred Haney
attends services, and the Rev. Rob Robert
ert Robert G. Quinn, brother of 'Braves
general manager John Ouinn.
Msgr. Dolan will celebrate' a
solemn high mast hr downtown
Gesu Church at Marquett Univer University
sity University and Father Quinn will present
the sermon. "i j
The brother of Jhe Braves offi official
cial official is dean of the school of edu

cation at Providence College in
Rhode Island. Msgr. Iolan is pas pastor
tor pastor of the Cathedral Chapel in Los
Angeles., v v" V ,.,

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FLASHBACK AN6 QUARTERBACK When Buff Donelli coached the Columbia backs in
1945, his eight-year-old son, Dick, was the Light Blue's "assistant manager," top rooter and
mascot. Twelve years later, young Donelli is much more valuable as his dad's quarterback.

by ;
JOE WILLIAMS
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Ring Magazine
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NBA Classificition

COMET TRES TAPE MIAMI
RING MAGAZINE SPORTS
NEW YORK (UP) The Ring
maaazinp disncrrppH iharnlv with

the National Boxing Assn. today
and named Charlpv (Tnmhst

Smith of Los Angeles the lourth lourth-ranking
ranking lourth-ranking contender for the vacant
welterweight crown.
The NBA, which is represented
on the World Committee, did not
rate Smith welterweight cham champion
pion champion of California ever, amnin th

iirst 10 contenders this month.

, Other high welters on the Ring's
list will cause no dispute. Ex Ex-champion
champion Ex-champion Tony DeMarco of Bos Boston
ton Boston is- ton man. fnllrvworl Vv In.

Logart of Cuba, Vince Martinez of
Paterson. N.J.. Smith nil

of Philadelphia and Virgil Akins of

TWIN LEADERS Dick Prendereast. left. 205-Dound end

from Chicago,, and Ed Sullivan, 200-pound center from Mc Mc-Keesport,
Keesport, Mc-Keesport, Pa., co-captain Notre Dame's hoped-for comeback.'

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CHINESE DISHES
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Now under
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Across from the
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V TAVIN ISAZA
Manager

tellect. how faultless the celebra

tion, no manager ever won the
World Series ... unless he happen happened
ed happened to be in the lineup and playing
managers we no longer have.
But while a manager never gets
Credit for winning the Series, he is
not infrequently charged with los losing
ing losing it in the second guess. If his
moves click, he has merely done
the obvious; if they don't he's a
cabbage head, with proper apolo apologies
gies apologies to the; cabbage.
A manager can't hit for a hitter,
or pitch for a pitcher. All he can
do is use the player he regards as

best equipped to met the exigen exigencies
cies exigencies of the moment. At times this
will call for going against the book,
challenging the percentage.
Like in the '51 Series, when th
Giants, trailing, 4-1, filled the bas bases
es bases with nobody out in the ninth
and Casey Stengel summons Bob
Kuzava, a left-hander, to face the
two best rieht-hanribd hitters in

the NL Monte Irvin and Bobby

Thomson. A triple ties the game,
a homer protwbly wins it.

On the face of it, this was not a
bright move. The book pointedly

prescribed a right-handed reliefer.
But Stengel knew his man. Kuza Kuzava
va Kuzava had speed, poise and control,
and the odds were against his giv giving
ing giving the muscle men a fat pitch.
Later the Yankee manager ex explained:
plained: explained: "I got a three-run lead

so I can give up a couple and still
win. I know they will be goingxfor
the seats. Long fly halls won't hurt
me. Just make it close. And that's
what I get. Kuzava doc like I fig figure;
ure; figure; he don't give 'em a ball they
can pull, so we win the game, 4-3,

and the benes

It was Kuzava who gels the

headlines the next d3V. not Sten

gel. But if Irvin or Thomson, or

even Yvars (another right hand
hitter) had got a long hit, instead

of a long fly out, the enormous con

crete,' content of the Stengel skull
would have become a national

shame.
Still, if a manager doesn't know

his players and when and how to

deploy them, who would? In the
final analysis, man power, n o t
brain power, must be the deciding
factor in the Series. The baseball
gods are on the side ot the heaviest
artillery; they almost always smile
on the manager who gets there
"fustest with the mostest."

ious managerial experience at all.

Not even on the sand lots His good'
fellowship and conviviality endear endeared
ed endeared him to old Ban Johnson and,
Charley Comiskey and that's why
he got the job.
Stengel has been h-alen in the
Series only once since he moved,
into the Yankee dugout This dis-'
Unction ... the word is used as a'
courtesy ... belongs to the Dod Dodgers'
gers' Dodgers' Walter Alston. A pliant spirit
and frugal economic taste a pi
pear to be his main recommen recommendations.
dations. recommendations. Some managers, ot course, .'are
better than others. Paradoxically,
the more pennants Stengel wins
in the Stadium, the more he proves
how unimportant, in relation to
material, a manager is. Stengel
never got out of the second-division
managing in Brooklyn and
Boston. He wasn't a bad manager;
he simply had bad material. And
he was as good a manager the
year Brooklyn paid him for not
managing as he is today.
This thesis finds additional sup support
port support in the career of Fred Haney.
Two years ago he was fired by
the eighth-place Pirates. Today he
leads his champion Braves against
the Yankees in the 1957 Series.
This is not a different Haney... but
the players are.

the Great John McGraw in

Rowland had come into the

'17

AL

Good and Bad' On
All sorts nf manacfra hav wrm

the Series. antiowla'beatWKbatJ-iow-it:s got Jn ue with njan.

Old Guys Gut Lucky
It was nice to sec Stengel come
back from bush league shabbines!
and prove his never doubted base baseball
ball baseball sense. And it's, iust as nice
to see Haney do the same thing.
In the sense that they eventually
got the chance, they are lucky
men and, at their age, manifest

ly very happy men.
We've known Haney since the
days he played third base for Ty
Cobb's Tigers in Detroit.- Known
him as a keen-witted, pebble game
all-out performer with fierce pride
and unswerving loyalty. Cobbjwas
not a popular manger. Many ques questioned
tioned questioned his competence- Not Hajney.
' "No other man in baseball could
have gotten more out of the Tigers
of our time than Cobb did,", he
once told us over a bowl of trita trita-m
m trita-m in-packed sexek in St. L&uis.
"This much I know far sure-4 he
was the best manager 1 ever play played
ed played under."
This is Haney's first Series eith either
er either as player or manager. If his
hitters bit and his pitchers pitch,
he'll win. If they don't, he won't.

afcers.

There is no other way.

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Oct. 30 Nov. 4
Nov. 6 Noy. 1 1

PASSENGER SERVICE

To Colombia, Ecuador, Peru & Chile
SANTA CECILIA .Oct. 10
SANTA MARIA .Oct. 17
SANTA' MARGARITA Oct. 24

TO NEW YORK

SANTA MARGARITA Oct 9
SANTA BARBARA Oct. 16
SANTA LUISA Oct. 23.

CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE
From U. S. Pacific & West Coast To 'West Coast Central
Central America to the Panama Canal America & U. S. Pacific Ports

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SANTA FE Nov. 4

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEB

C L A S S I F I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceansida Cottages
Santa Clara. Bon 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
beach house, one mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
For reservation at Shrapnel's San Santa
ta Santa Clara, also regarding sale of
property Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Genell Bliss' Santa Clara Guest
House. Overlooks ocean... sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by shade' trees. .new
sun deck. .private steps to
beach (2 min. walk). Gas range
and refrigerator. . accommo accommodates
dates accommodates 8. Playground 'liqhted at
night) barbecue, badminton,
pingpong, archery etc. Your own
bohio with hammocks on beach.
Current rates. Navy 3812.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Space for office.
Compania da Seguro building in
Campo Alegre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleanerman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
Houses
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet
2 bathrooms, large living-dining
room, maid's room terrace, gar garden
den garden on 92nd Street No. 108 to
responsible party. Call Mme.
Spoell 3-3652 for information.
Mornings or after 8 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms chalet, with Frigidaire,
stove, etc. living, dining, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, 2 porches, yard, etc. San
Francisco. Tel. 3-5340 or 3 3-3884.
3884. 3-3884. World Community
Day To Be Observed
By Church Wmen
'World Community Da,v wiU.be
observed by the Women's Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary of the Balboa Union Church
on Tuesday evening at 7:3(1. The
devotions will be led by Mrs. A
B. Carroll, Jr. Raymond Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Community Development
Program. Point 4 Program. Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, will speak on the subject
"Community Development: A
New Philosophy in Helping Peo People."
ple." People." Each year church women join
In this program under the di direction
rection direction of United Church Wom Women
en Women to strengthen the founda foundations
tions foundations of lasting peace and to de develop
velop develop international understand understanding.
ing. understanding. Opportunity is provided
through this program to parti participate
cipate participate in financial and material
aid to relieve suffering and
need.
The publx is invited to attend
this service.

MMMniiiiWTt"iaii MiiMtarnii am

"THE THREE SERENADES"
Calypso and Rock and Roll Sextet
and
TO NT & MARIA ELENA
Young dancers of typical Panamanian music
Emcee and Artistic Director
ANGIXO CUNEO
Music fron p.m. to 2: Of a.rr..
,XOTE: Restaurant and Bar Service day and nifht

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, '6 clasets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths living living-room
room living-room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292 Cia Dulcidio Gonxalex
N., S. A., or apply to the apart apartment
ment apartment No. I in Ave. Eusebio A.
Morales No. 4, "El Cangreio."
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo 3
bedroom, 2 bath apartment
completely furnished. Call 3 3-7105.
7105. 3-7105. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's room, hot water.
Justo Arosemena No. 37-1 1. In Inquire
quire Inquire 37th street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment. Lefevre
Park, 8th' Street No. 4, Tel. 3 3-3887.
3887. 3-3887. FOR SALE: I bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and bath. Hot and cold
water connection. Recently built
modern house in front of Park
Urraca in Bella Vista. Informa Information
tion Information Tel. 2-1958.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room.'
bedroom, kitchen. Screen Screened.
ed. Screened. $55.00. Apply No. 112, Via
Belisario Porras, near Roosevelt
Theatre.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
at El Cangrejo, two bedroom,
hot water installation, garage.
Phone 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Hot water
heater. Campo Alegre. Cool play
Tel. 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, cool. Bella
Vista, near sea. Moderate rental.
Tel 35024.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. $90 and 2 room bungalow
in rear $45. See them at 34th
number 22. Call 3-4700.
CHICKS
WHITE MALE
$6.00 per hundred
Phone 3-4514
Managed hv Lionel H. Henley
(Mr. Pete)
Mr. PETE
continues presenting
His sensational
FLOOR SHOWS
TONIGHT, SATURDAY,
3 SHOWS at
5):lin 11 :30 and 1:30 a.m.
Week Nights 9:30 and 11:30
MELIDA and GERARD0
Famous Dancers of Spanish
and Latin American Rhythms

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SIS1 h euBl,!tACIONt-No. Lottery Plaxa a. CASA ZAUDO Central Ave. LOUBDES PHABMACY 182 I-a Canrasqu
BARUO-No 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Julj Ave. J St, a) LEWIS SERVICE Ava. TIvoll Ne. 4 PABMACIA KS1ADOS 1
r-ARMACIA I. I X 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Pa. da la Ossa Ava. Ne. 41 a POTO DOMV Juste AiMensena Av

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 2-door
black, slighly damaged, excellent
motor and radio, fair tires, good
buy for a mechanic. Office 2 2-2731,
2731, 2-2731, home 2-4256.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hudson, good
condition, reasonably priced. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-3168.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Cen Century,
tury, Century, hard top, Dynaflow, ra radio,
dio, radio, ww tires., air conditioning,
two tone, duty paid. Save $729.
Smoot & Paredes S. A.
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth
Tudor sedan, special deluxe
or best offer. Call Navy 3966
or see al 71 l-B Lacona.
FOR SALE. 1949 Chevrolet
Tudor sedan, good paint (blue),
new battery, radio and sun visor.
562-A Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8
Sunliner convertible, sandstone
white with black top, all the ex extras,
tras, extras, best looking and cleanest
'54 on Isthmus. House 1524-L
Gavilan Road. Balboa, Tel. 2 2-3367.
3367. 2-3367. Are you going the right direction
for your auto repairs? Go to 1 6th
St. Melendei. Garage Johnston
guarenteed auto repairs. Phone
456-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: Nash Amb. 1948,
top condition throughout, one
owner, overdrive, repainted re recently.
cently. recently. 225 Boland Curundu
4193.
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac 4 4-door
door 4-door excellent condition, orogina
owner. $650.00 each. Phone.
George 30 Colon, 2:00 to 5:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: Due to trip, 1956
Enqlish Ford. Perfect condition,
$1300. Phone 3-6878.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services ."SCHOLL'S"
' Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. '3-2217
YiSHH
"AIRES"
Cameras
I.I.IUIM II-
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Aeent
Gibraltar r tie Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2- 2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding et
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
CAN'T HAPPEN HERE
ROME (UP) Italian taxpayers
had their best news in years
Wednesday. Italy's tax collectors
decided to go o strike lor eight
days Oct. 10-18, when the next
tax instalment is due.

led and Guaranteed List Your Price
Rillleiflex I 2.8 tessar 298.00 125.00
Rolteiflex f 3.5 tessar 239.50 65 00
peeM3raphic 2 x 3'i 350.00 175.00
Exacta f 2 Blotar Preset 329.00 175.00
Arcus c 3 75.00 25.00
Kodak Medallist 350.00 75.00
Movie Kodak Roval 16 mm f 19 '.. 194.00 94.00
Revere mod. 88 8 mm f 2.5 75.00 25.00
first come first sell
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
mailorder phone 2-1803
Revere Sound Projector 18 mm 325 00 225.00
USE OUR CREDIT PLAN

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central Avenue 12,165 Tel 431
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Electric fan, record,
player and four fractional horse
power motors. All 25 cycles, sae
at 2624-B Cocoli. Phone Pedro
Miguel 333.
FOR SALE: Electric light plant
2500 watts, 60 cycle 110 volts.
Also ornamental flowers and
plants including orchids and
African violets. Sea at 2624-B
Cocoli. Phone Pedro Miguel 333.
FOR SALE: Electric waffle iron,
electric toaster, 2 25 cycle train
transformers; 8mm Keystone
movie camera, 25 cycle 78 rpm
record player children's, 25 cycle
washing machine, 2 boyjs bicycles
24", child's wagoru Tel. 87 87-2290.
2290. 87-2290. After 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Save) money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
x!2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S.
A.. Via Espana No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: RCA deluxe tele television
vision television console with doors. New,
never been used. 60 cycle. $250.
6404-A Los Rlos. Phone 2-4216
Balboa.
Boats b Motors
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1954 Cushman
Eagle Motor Scooter, with extras,
in excellent condition $200.00.
Tel. Albrook 6-7142. Qtrs. 124 124-B.
B. 124-B. FOR SALE: Brand new motor
cicle BSA 250 cc. Only 500
miles.. Price $300.00. Phone
Balboa 1877, for inspection.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
puppies. Mariano Arosemena
street No. 39 Apt. J, above
"Farmacia La Vida."
Korean Killing
By US Military
Police Protested
SEOUL, Korea (UP) Korean
police said today they asked the
foreign ministry to lodge a "se "serious'
rious' "serious' protest with the united
States for the fatal shooting of a
Korean youth by a U.S. military
po'iceman.
They demanded the soldier, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond L. Bailey, of Brownsberg,
Ind., be placed under arrest.
Thev also asked for a joint in
vestigation by the Republic of Ko
rea and the United btaes ana
compensation of the youth's fam family.
ily. family. The case, coupled witn a paraiei
incident involving, the shooting of
two Korean girls by U.S. military
guards, thretened to blow up Dig
ger than the Girard case in Japan
It gave Koreans new ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition in their demands for a status-
of-forces agreement with the Unit
ed States that would give the Re
public of Korea government juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction over U.S. soldiers in cer
tain cases.
Korean police charged Bailey fa fatally
tally fatally wounded 15-year-old Song
Jooir Won Thursday as he and
four other youths were passing a
sidetracked freight car Bailey and
another militry policeman were
guarding.
A U.S. spokesman said Bailey
claimed the boy .was tampering
with the boxcar, and that he failed
to halt for a command or a warn
ing shot. The incident ocurred in
the villave of Kumchon, near
Taegu.
ALOHA
Invites you to try their
"Aloha Special"
...You'll like it!
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel

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1 1 Home Articles
FOR SALE: Innerspring mat mattress
tress mattress $20. Custom-made wooden
frame $10. At 0767-A. Wil-liam-on
Place.. Tel. 2-4291.
FOR SALE: Creme and formica,
dining table and chairs. Good
condition 0772 L. Williamson
PI. 2-4157.
FOR SALE: Phllco refrigerator,
60 cycle, freeier compartment.
Excellent condition. Will take
men's golf club, part payment or
sell for $100, Office 2-2527.
t.o:.ie 2-1674.
FOR SALE: Hotpoint Auto Automatic
matic Automatic washer, perfect condition.
Used seven months. Albrook
2102. Quarters 7.
FOR SALE: Kenmore washing
machine, 60 cycle. Excellent
condition. Phone 3230, Albrook.

Russians Claim Successful Test:
Of Jet-Propelled Flying Platform'

Mnsrow net s-'tTTPl Rus
sia has successfully tested its
ilrst jet-propeuea "uymg pi-
iorm, me newspaper ouykw
Irnvn Rnsstva s&lrl todav.
The vehicle was described as
the forerunner of vertical jets.
Soyietskaya Rosslya said that
the new aircraft was recently
tested at Tushlno airport on the
ouusKirts oi iviuatuw.
In general appearance, it re resembles
sembles resembles the U.S. Navy's "flying
platform."
(The fifst free flight of the
Hiller flying platform was made
in t.hrvTT.rV in February. 1955. It
is a one-man vehicle driven oy
ail-cooled engines).
However, the Russian model
Men Asks Gity
To Incinerate
Him After Death
Aurora ill. fUP),-Aa aged,
debt-ridden man "made destitute
by several painful illnesses nas
asked the Aurora City Council for
permision to have his body cre cremated
mated cremated in the city incinerator when
he dies to sDare his wife the added
expense of burying him.
Charles Mishkin, 81, sent the no
tarized aDDeal to Mayor Paul
F.iran Thursday. The mavor said
ho will hrine the matter ud for
council consideration at its next
meeting Monday.
Mishkin told the mayor he was
forced to this "last alternative" by
rights and he doesn't want to
leave hiswidow with another debt
from a funeral parlor.
Mishkin described himse.i as a
free thinker" and said he there
fore saw nothing "wrong in my
tequest.
"The final fate or deposit of my
body does not worry me," he
added.
Rev. J. A. Spalding
Flies To Guatemala
To Visit Relatives
TVtA Dai- TrtVin A CnaMintY
priest in charge of the Church
of St. Mary, the Virgin. Silver,
CAtv left hv nlnne nn Frirlsiv fnr
City, left by plane on, Friday for
Guatemala, where he will vaca vacation
tion vacation for a month with relatives
and visit Father Edward J.
Cooper.
,
Father Spalding spent some,
of his boyhood days in Guate-
mala and attended school there.
Airangemrnis nve Deen maue

lor the schedule of Sunday and
midweek services to be main-land
talned during his absence.

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MSGT. CHARLES NVfiEZ Is congratulated by Lt. Col. Frank
B. Rlnn, Commandant, USAF School for Latin America it
Albrook AFB, for completion of the extension Course Institute's
fundamentals principles of raided missiles course. Nunes m-orks
. In the jet engine mechanic section ef the School.
. (Official I' SAP ttei) j

PHECIAbO T Street Ha. IS .GINCTA

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iiMHOS 1411 Central Ave.

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SERVICES
l-inute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cart $5, Aufo-BaHo, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For the best in TV and electric
repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. All aery
ice C. O. D.
The best dinner and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plaxa
xa "Plaxa S do Mayo.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Beautiful lot, 1070
square meters. $6.50 per square
meter, situated at Golf Heights,
7th street. Phone 3-6401.
Via. an nrln.er1 pnr.lrtllt. Tt has
lour vertical supports, similar to
table legs, witn tour meiai grm grm-work
work grm-work extensions that look like
Hiving hnnrrls These are appar
ently designed to provide stabil
ity. ?' ;
Afwnrdinir to test pilot Yuyua
the nlatform "han
dles excellently in the air" and
Is capable of remarkable ma maneuverability.
neuverability. maneuverability. This mndel Is different from
thA "tnvino- saucer" recently il
lustrated and described in the
Soviet papular science montmy
"knowledge is strength."
The montrilv carried- a SKeicn
of the "saucer." It looked like a
thick, circular "waffle" with a
standard pilot's control "bub "bubble"
ble" "bubble" in the center.
Quote JJnquote
CHICAGO Gov. Theodore R.
MrKeMin (R-Md.). on the Little
Rock school integration crisis:
"The situation created py uie
governor of Arkansas has done
mnn Humaffft to he Cause Of
state sovereignty and state re
sponsibility than anyming mai
has occurred in this generation."
SACRAMENTO, Calif. Gov.
Goodwin Knieht (R Calif.), onl
Sen. Wiliam Knowland's Candi Candidacy
dacy Candidacy for the governorship of Cali California:
fornia: California: "Senator Knowland's carefully carefully-worded
worded carefully-worded statement is properly as assessed
sessed assessed by all who heard it as a
thinly disguised invitation to his
later 'draft" for the presidential
nomination in 1960."
MILWAUKEE Brave shortstop
Johnny Lpgan, on being hit in the
arm by Yankee pitcner Art Dit Dit-mar:
mar: Dit-mar: "If they want to play that way,,
we'll play it that way. too. They
threw at us, pure and simple."
MILWAUKEE Brave pitcher
Gene Conley, who sufers from
chronic air sickness, on the team's
return from New York:
"I don't want to ily anymore so
we better wind it up here.
HERNANDO, Miss. Seventy
x-year-pld John G. Tatro, on his
m.1ff 2 ?n ." S'iit.
. 1 VTjed 10 days and nights
about this mariaee. The
Lord
willed me to do it.
NEWPORT. Ky. Mrs.. Thomas
Dickerson, on her 13 year old
football playing daughter:
r thnnaht Tt urn c a intra uhon
Sharon came in with some boys
ami g4jfj gne ha(j made the (Otto
pee Wee League boys") football
team, but I told her to go ahead
play if she wanted to so
badly."

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
WANTED. Couple with infant
desire vacation quarters oa Jan
12. Phone Gatun 5-366 after
23rd Oct. 5-534.

DAVID A. LEWIS ("center), chairman of the ground safety
committee of the Albrook AFB Installations Engineer office,
received a certificate for leadership and 'achievement in ac accident
cident accident prevention recently from Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook
AFB Commander. Lewis is preventive maintenance foreman
for the Albrook area. Observing the presentation is Ma. Guy
A. Trifone, Instalaltions Engineer. (Official USAF Photo)

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LT. COL.. HENRY At MOONEY, commander, Detachment 11,
9th Weather Group at Albrook Air Force Base, presented Ex Extension
tension Extension Course' Institute diplomas to two noncommissioned of officers
ficers officers ef his organization last. week. TSgt. Jack D. Millner
(left), NCO in charge of maintenance received a diploma for
completion of th Airman Electronics Fundamentals course.
MSgt. Franklin D. Mastin (right),- NCO in--charge, Forecast Forecasting
ing Forecasting Section, recently completed the Squadron Officer School
course. (Official USAF Photo?)

In the Day's Work
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tool
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24 Ear (prefix
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25 Aged
28 North and
South states
31 Crowns
34 Artist, Diego
35 Small islands
36 Fends off
37 Product.of
Italian cooks
39 Together
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collectors'
data
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product
43 Dutch coin
46 Priest
50 Where sailors
work.
51 What dentists
make
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name
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WANTED: Salesmen and col collectors
lectors collectors for. pur Club System. Jo Jo-yeria
yeria Jo-yeria New York, opposite Chase
'Manhattan Bank.

Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn.
Oorese Waites school of danc dancing
ing dancing knights of Columbus Hall
(upstairs.), 'Balboa 2-2363.
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AC Victory Over Tigers

By TREVOR SIMONS

In the most thrilling Jamboree ever, the Athletic Club

last night became champions of the 1957 Jamboree

close battle with Cristobal High School.
Both the Tigers and A. C. would up wjth a 12-point
total, but six of AC's points were scored against Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal while the latter was unscored-upon to gain the victory,
on their defensive record.
An overflow crowd, estimated ?t some 2,000 people
j&mmed Mount Hope Stadium nearly an hour before the
scheduled time to assure the success of the eighth annual
playing of the Jamboree.
Athletic Club and Junior Col-j the late seconds to Rit an aer aer-leae
leae aer-leae started the night's activl-j ial offensive moving,
ties after the presentation of the i The highlight of the third
four queens and the playing of I quarter was a brilliant goal-line
the US. national anthem. j stand by J.C. against the Bull-
Thp first auarter was unevent-1 dogs with the Junior College

f ul with A C. and J.C. playing to eleven even defiantly declining

tie The excitement a penalty with their backs

Viarf insti heeun to build up as

the final seconds of the first
quarter ticked away. AiC.'s Bi l
Rankin intercepted a pass by
Jerry Dare and ran it for the
TD, but it was called back on an
off-sides penalty.
The Tigers from Cristobal High
Wasted little time in getting
'rolling as they took the field a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Balboa in the second
quarter of the Jamboree. Keith
Kulig. taking the kick-off on his

own 30, broke away irom me
Balboa defenders, and getting
good blocking, raced all the way
back to Balboa's 7-yard line be before
fore before he was halted.
Bill Gibson, whose great pass passing'
ing' passing' was the highlight of the
Cristobal offense most of the
night, carried around right end
tcSfhe Balboa four and on a
quick opener, Cristobal quarter quarterback
back quarterback Wendy Sasso went Tight
through the middle of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa line for the. first score of the
night.
.The try for an extrarpoint
failed and the Tigers led -0-6-0.
Balboa wasted no time
trying to even up the count,
taking the kick-off from their
own 30 to Cristobal's 4o. But
there the offense halted and
Rateman was forced to boot on
fourth down with 12 yards to
go on Cristobal's 42. For, the
rest of the fourth quarter the

- two, teams fought eTentf witn
, Balboa trying, desperately in

the wall on their own one-yard
line with Balboa in possession.

Balboa, had forced J.C. to punt
midway through the quarter,
and then the Bulldogs begun a
concentrated drive deep into
College territory.
With second down and nine

yards to go on the J.C. 20, the
college declined an off-sides
penalty against Balboa. The

Bulldogs continued to penetrate

Qarv Ness carried around left

end to the J.C. 13 and Tom Mc Mc-Keown,
Keown, Mc-Keown, handing off to Bateman,

put the Bulldogs on me j.o.
five-yard line. Charlie French
Went even deeper, just one yard
short of pay-dirt, second and
goal. On third down the Bull Bulldogs'
dogs' Bulldogs' were halted at the line of
scrimmage, and it was here that
the Junior College refused to
take five yards on an offsides
penalty against the defending
champs. Their gamble paid off,
for on th,e next play Balboa

fumbled and recovered on me

six and College took over on
their own six-yard line..
Cristobal upped their point
total to 12 in the fourth quar quarter
ter quarter against C.Z. Junior College.
Kicking off to College, the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers held their opponents at bay
until Harry Keepers intercepted
at Balboa pass and ran it back
to J.C.'s 32. Bill Gibson tossed
a perfect pass that was received
bv Wendy Sasso and the Tigers

were on the College 14. Moving

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WENDY SASSO, whose quarterbacklng for Cristobal Ittgh Sch ool was the best of the night, was the smallest man Jon the
field. But here he Is In big Junior College trouble. ;- ; -

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up five yarcs on an off-sides
penalty, Cristobal hit the end

one once more with Wendy SaS'

so going through the middle of

tne Big conege line on tne same
play, a quick opener1,, that scored
the first Cristobal tally.
Again the try for extra point
was unsuccessful, this time
blocked by the onrushing Col College
lege College line. The Cristobal Tigers
were in the midst of another
drive against J.C. when the
gun ended the fourth quarter.
Gibson had just completed an another
other another pass to Jim Brooks and
was on the College five-yard
line at the end of the quarter.

Athletic Club wasted no time

scoring their first touchdown of

the night when they met Bal

boa High in the fifth period.

After stalling the Bulldogs ana

pushing them back into their
own territory with fourth down

and 34 yards to go, Charlie
French punted and the ball was
taken by Carl Tuttle on the 50
yard line. Picking up his' block blockers,
ers, blockers, and getting beautiful block blocking,
ing, blocking, the key block thrown by
Bill McKeown. Tuttle raced all

the way to the Balboa end zone
for the first score of the A.C.

The action Df the fifth quarter

ended as quickly as it begun,
for, after failing to convert for
the extra point, A.C. and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa played evenly in the middle
of the field for the rest of the

quarter.
The winning Athletic Club
eleven scored their final touch

down against the Tigers in a
thrilling sixth quarter of play.
The highlight of the quarter was
a pass tossed by Bill McKeown

from the Tiger 45. curtis jer

fries, former BHS and JC star,
reached into the air and, elud-

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CRISTOBAL'S PASSING STAR Bill Gibson takes -off against Athletic Club, with his block blocking
ing blocking in effective action,

JJARRY KEEPERS, Cristobal, shows Junior College what
. blocking is about.

Communists Bring
Fish To Catholics
For Friday Dinner
REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO,
Oct. 4 (UP) The Communists
catered to their Roman Catholic
countrymen today in the San
Marino revolution by sneaking a

load of fish for Friday dinner

through the blockaded frontier..

The maneuver was peaceiui.
But there were two casualties: an

anti-Communist sentry slipped and

fell when a chicken rustled in the

underbrush. And the Communist

secretary of the interior was hors
He combat because a fly got in

his eye.

Otherwise the situation re

mained: an anti-Communist gov government
ernment government formed in the 38-square-mi'e
republia.c located in the Ap Ap-ennine
ennine Ap-ennine Mountains of Italy, a Com Communist
munist Communist government is ho'ding the
fort in the government palace.
The "anti-Communists won more
outside support. In addition to rec rec-otgnition
otgnition rec-otgnition from the United Sttates
and Italy, France also recognized
the npw rcirnp t did the Roub Roub-lic
lic Roub-lic oft be South Moluccas. But no
one in the anti-Communist regime

knew where the South Moluccas

was located.

"There is a good map in the
eovemment headquarters up in

town and when we get up there
we'l find out who they are," taid
one official.
Actually, the South Moluccas Is
part of the Indonesian archipe'aeo

and claims independence from Indonesia.

In any event, the Reds stole a

march on the anti-Reds who are
housed in sn iron foundry just a

skiD from the Italian border.

Communis, mil'tumen loaded a
truck full of mullet at the Italian

port o Rimini and snept' it P"t
an Italian roadblock into San Ma

ine two Cristobal tacklers, racedithe way to A.C.'s 18 for the first
all the way for the score. The down. With less than 30 seconds

try for extra point failed. With to play Cristobal made their fi

the seconds fast fading away,

Cristobal made a game effort to

reepver and score a Jamboree
victory. A pair of Gibson's pass passes
es passes fell incomplete and then the

rangy Tiger halfback ran an

'Full Of Vinegar'
76-Year-Old Weds
14-Year-0ld Girl

HERNANDO, Miss. (UP) A

76 vear old farmer honey

mooned today with the 14 -ear-bid
girl he married "because the

Lord wiled me to."

John G. Tatro, described as

"exceptionally alert and full of

vinegar," married Mary Lou Law-

son Thursday in the, presence of
her parents. Then they headed

.Iback to Tatro's home in Zqelmma,

Mo. They had made the trip to
Mississippi so they could be mar
ried.
James P. Sandefur, Primitive
Baptist minister and motel op operator,
erator, operator, performed the ceremony
after the couple got a license in
an adjoining county. The circuit
e'erk's office in Hernando had

turned tbem down.
The wtiry Tttttro said he got lone lonely
ly lonely after his wife died last December..

"Then Mary Lou and I fell in
love," be said. "I prayed 10 days

and nights about this marriage.
The Lord willed me- to do it."
Sandefur said the bride was

auiet and serious bes'ore the cere

mony, but Tatro was smiling ana

talkative. "He is exeptionaiiy a

lert and full of vinegar-" the min-

ister said,
Tatro was driving" back to Zel-

ma, hit vife at us side and ner
parents, Mr. and, Mrs. William
Lawson, in the back seat.

nal bid with Bill Qibson dog

gedly getting away ;from -A.C.

tacklers to go all theway to the
five-yard line, but his efforts
Went for naught on a clipping
penalty against Cristobal at the

end of the quarter,

GERMANS CRACK DOWN
BONN; Germany (UP) Child Children
ren Children under six years o faee were

barred from movie houses in West

Germany today under a new law
affecting minors. The law also bars

children under 12 years from

movies after 8 p.m., and bars all

minors from variety and cabtret
shows. Youngsters under 16 are

not permitted to attend any pub

lic dances. Those from 16 to 21
may go only until midnight. Alco

holic beverages can be served
only to persons aged 16 and over.
Tht new law also prohibits chi'd chi'd-ren
ren chi'd-ren under 16 from smoking in
public.

Former Yugoslav Veep Sentenced
To 7 Years 'Rigorous Imprisonment'

- SREMSKA MITROVfCA. Yugos

lavia, Oct. fi (UP) -Milovan Dji-

las, former Vice President of Yu Yugoslavia
goslavia Yugoslavia and author of a recently

published book denouncing Commu-j
ntsm, today Jwas found guilty of

slandering the government and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to seven years "rigorous

imprisonment

The actual' sentence was nine

years but be still must serve two

years more on his current term.

rne iriai omy usiea tor i w o

days. DjilaS could have received

a sentence, of 20 years improson-

ment, .: y : ..w -'t .

The author of "The New Class.

which was smuggled to the west
and already is a best seller; alrea

dy has been sentenced twice be

fore for writing against the reg
ime. -.;Ay;vV.

small, provincial town, Djilas

heard the court read the sentence

of nine years of "rigorous imprix
onment. -j.-

His second wife Slefania, was

In the courtroom.

The court said that Djilas had

committed an offence of "hostile

Reporter. Charges
Stale Dept. Rules
Deny Press Rights

NEW YORK. Oct. 1 -UP)

Reporter William Worthy Jr, to

day attacked the State Depart

ment's travel regulations, wmcn
bar his passport renewal, -, as

interference with "the funda fundamental
mental fundamental right to travel and the
freedoni of the press."

Worthy, who defied a State De

partment ban to visit Red China
nearly a year ago, made the
charge in petitioning the depart-!

ment s board of passport appeals

io reverse me rejecuou 01 his

passport renewal.

The petition was filed with the

board by an attorney for the

American Civil Liberties Union,

The ACLU said it would seek

court action if this final appeal

tailed. '"','

Worthy a reporter for the' Balti

more Afro-American, said in the

petition he had a constitutional

right to travel to and from the

United States. He also charged no

action bad been taken by the State

Department against other persons
who defied travel restrictions.,'

The petition said that Sen.4

George Malone (R Nev.) "openly

violated the department's ban

against traveling in Bulgaria dur during
ing during the summer of 1955 without
any apparent adverse effect."

propaganda'? .against the Socialist
foundations of the state, and so social
cial social order, defensive capabilities
and foreign policy .interests of Yu Yu-goslavia;
goslavia; Yu-goslavia; c
- The ;court ; also deprived Djilas
of all previously granted national
decorations. It said that because
of his criminal offenses he has
committed be was "unworthy" to
wear. them ?-:y.

Engineers TcrFinish

f.ni"

Al FL Clay fpri Soon

The final phase' of 'Operation
Demolition" is expected to get un

derway at Fort Clayton f e a r 1 f

next week. when, members of the

518th Engineer Company start
knocking-down' reinforced poncrets
frames of four barracks.,.

The buildihgs, constructed in Oc

tober, 1920, and condemened as

hazardous, already have had au

usable fixtures removed.

Personnel of the 51 8th's Third

Platoon,.' under the direction of 1st.

Lt Kenneth Jt. Kramer, will be

m charge of the work.- Heavy e e-auipment
auipment e-auipment will be supplied by tht
Engineer road section of the work.
Heavy equipment will be supplied

by the Engineer road section at
Las Cruces, and. other equipment
is being furnished by the Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation Office.

1st tt. David P. Lpxsen, com

mandine officer of the 518th. ex.

plained that the demolition work
is an operational project for ths

military unit. It provides an op

portunity for men to utilize their
triinine and also, 1a rprpiv furth

er trawin?' through- meeting on-the-job
problems..

Recently, membei's of-the 518th
have participated; inf. others such
projects. These included re-guying
microwave towers at Aneon Hill
and straightening. but rhombic ant
tennae in the Chiva-Chiva art
and at Corosal. r, V v
The buildingrte fce destroyed io. tv
elude one' barracks' fronting on )
Gaillafd Highway and three fac fac-mg
mg fac-mg the parade ground.
; As' usable material is gathered.,
It will be transported To an area r
near the Fort Clayton Officers'; 0 s
pen Mess, to: be;.used lit the con-
struction of a parking lot.

Young Rossellini
Rumored Going
To See Jenny Ann

Jenny Ann Lindstrom, Ingrid
Bergman's daughter; denied to today
day today that Franco Rossellini is plan planning
ning planning to fly to America to see her.
"I'm sure he's not," Miss Lttd Lttd-strom
strom Lttd-strom said. "I have no idea. I
have no communication with
him," she added.
Miss Lindstrom is a sophomore
at the University of Colorado.
Rossellini, nephew of Italian

film director Roberto Rossellini,

Mico Rarcrman'ff hllchsnri KatH in

Rome he would ,-ily to theU.S.f1

late in October. He said he had

registered for a course at a New

York drama school. ;.,-
The coup'e met last summer

when Mis Lindstrom vvisited her
mother in Rome. Sources in. Italy
said he was in love with her and

was planning the U.S. visit to see

her again.

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CAR BRINGS TROUBLE

r UJJOA1 TERRT CORRIGAN geU his pass ofr Just In tftne
Junior College tacklers hit him.

nno. The ish. fittingly enoueh.

were pink in color. I STATESVILLE, N.C. (UP) A

Four militiamen armed with 4-year-o:d youth told officers

huntinf rifles and shoteuns met i today ke drove three stolen

the truck and guided it over twist- cars aimlessly around North Car

ing trails and muddy roads. louna because 1 ve never been
At one point, the truck bogged anyplace." David Mayhew tokt
down in mud in Italian territory 'sheriffs deputies be wrecked the

and an Italian farmer came out -art car he stole on Monday, and
with a shoteun. a Catholic, he was abandoned the second when it de-

pleated with the explanation that loped engine trouble and stele

the fish was for Friday dinner in 'another. He was driving tht third
San Marino. He helepd pull theiwhea arretted for not paving for
track out f tkt mire, gasoline at a terries iULmms.

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