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PANAMA, R. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1957
l -HlS DAILY NEWSPAPER
Sputnik's Rocket Believed
Disihfegrating 143 Miles Up
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct.. 12 (UP) The rocket that launched the world's, first
man-made rrtoon was believed breaking up today.
Dr, J. Allen rjynek, chief satellite tracker at world moonwatch headquarters
hore, said, however, it probably would be two veeks or longer before it disintegrated.
Hyne'k told newsman ft report frorn a moonwatch team at Ft, Monmouth, N. Y.t
i i i 'i'j a- u:- u.i:t u-i u ,nt, was cnminff mart in SDacfl.
of sighting three ppjecis ieo
The Ft. Monmouth (observers, he
said, first saw two objects of
"strong light intensity travelling
in parallel paths at 6:22 a.m.
One minute later they sighted
the third object, which was not as
bnHtid he believad th third
objtct was torn from tho rocket,
circling tha glob with tho sat-
IlitO. It WOl tH fOCKOT mini
gavo Sputnik its shovo in space.
. i :j Mnntniuith TB-
Bort would Indicate the final-stage
5 i.-n nr-wit mac omwuis smaller
and was making its circuit around
the globe faster man
Arnold To Attend
a ",,. r.noi 7nhe Gov. Hugh,
M. Arnold will. leave by. plane to
night for Washingionr t.v. i -?eSd
hearings before the Bureau of
the Budget on the Panama Canal s
budget .program, ior wc yv""
fi8tf,?r;i 'rJ vC hotter
at the hearings fwWch vwilf H
tended by servmi oinw g1"" yr
I. stewaWr., comptroller j Cot
Charles 0. Brac, health direcfor,
'ind L. B. Magnuson, thief of. the
budget branch. ,-.
Arnold is scheduled to make the
presentation to the Bureau on pro-
nooitti nf thp ranal. He is chair
i man Of the working-committee,
which has developed a short-range
Elan for increasing capacity, which
as been. approved by the1 Board
of Directors. The Governor heads
v.a knur's ad hnr committee on
the capacity studies. t
The. acting governor will nave
a busy time in Washington. After
the budget hearings he wil give a
briefine on the short-range plan to
the If, S. Amy Chief of Engineers
and ms staff members, jnonaay
niaht he will make a presentation
on the plan to the research and de
velopment reserve onicers training
group of the Army Engineer Re Research
search Research and Development reserve
officers training group Of the Ar Army
my Army Engineer Research and Devel Development
opment Development Laboratory at Fort Bel Bel-voir,
voir, Bel-voir, Va. This talk will be similar
to the one which he gave early this
week to the Canal Zone post of the
Society of American Military En Engineers
gineers Engineers at the society's monthly
meeting at the Hotel Tivoli. He
plans to return to the Isthmus next
During Arnold's absence from
the Isthmus, Capt. Warner S. Rodi Rodi-mon,
mon, Rodi-mon, Marine director, will act as
Asian Flu Vaccine
Available For Zone
Employes del Week
. An adequate supply of the vac vaccine
cine vaccine .specific: against the Asiatic
strain of influenza will be. 'avail 'available
able 'available eext week on a voluntary basis
to all residents of the Canal Zone.
The injections will be given dur
ing the regular hours at the Out Outpatient
patient Outpatient Clinics at Gorgas and Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospitals and at all the
Canal Zone Aid Stations.
The first injections of the vac vaccine
cine vaccine were given this week to pilots
and shia bnanfinr Mrsoimel: em
ployes of Gorgas and Coco Sohrj
Hospitals; and the Canal Zone
school teachers. f ; -'
Beginning Oct. 21, the vaccine
mill be available to all who have
medical: privileges la the Canal
The anti-influenza vaccine was
received in the Canal Zone this
week. Injection are being given
to all employes and their depend dependents
ents dependents free of charge.
Cheer From' USSR
: WASHINGTON (UP) A Mo
cow broadcast monitored here
bad a cheer-up message, for the
United States. J r
J "V.S. and other scientists, tt
said, "are no less intellifent and
less esnable than their Soviet
x mo uki-uibi un
He said the rocket shell still
appeared to be streaking through
space at a minimum altitude of
143 miles. The altitude of the sat
ellite rtsell was not accurately
fixed, but was believed higher
than that of the rocket.
Robort Davis, a Harvard grad graduate
uate graduate student of astronomy mean meanwhile
while meanwhile roportod sighting two ob objects
jects objects with tho naked aye today
at iarby Bedford, Mess.
Davis said one was of the thjrd
magnitude brightness and the sec second,
ond, second, following by 0 seconds was
about 100 times brighter.
He said the two objects were
Ttraveling in parallel orbits.
Dr. Urmand N. Spitz of the
Smithsonian Astrophysical Obser Observatory
vatory Observatory here also reported seeing
two objects, one of which aparent aparent-ly
ly aparent-ly was Sputnik.
Paper Says Queen
Will Discuss Canada
Post For Mother
LONDON (UP) The London
Daily, Mail said today Queen Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth It. will discuss a proposal to
: Elizabeth andv Prince ,'Fhllip
ieft.? vbyni plane today! for' Ottawa
on the start, of a state visit to
Canada and the United States.
The Mail, in an Ottawa dis
patch, said there was "consider "considerable
able "considerable opposition" in Canada to the
posible naming tof the queen
mother as Elizabeth's official rep representative
resentative representative there
The newspaper said Prime Min
ister John Diefenbaker "is not en
thusiastic" about a member of
the royal family getting the job
It said Elizabeth "will talk it
over with Diefenbaker and in
cumbent Gov-Gen. Vincent Mas
sey, first native-born Canadian to
hold the post
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SURVEYING THE DAMAGE, on the bridge of, the freighter Ha waflan,-Tourist alter Its eolil eolil-sion
sion eolil-sion with the big New Zealand-bound passenger ship Rangitane, is George Buna, a deck
maintenance man aboard the Tourist. The damaged freighter, now tied up at Cristobal for
temporary repairs,, will probably.be delayed here over a week.
crp n F
-i -r --.
He also indicated flie rocket was
traveling ahead of the satellite.
Several moonwatchers here also
reported seeing the rocket flash a a-cross
cross a-cross the dawn sky today and said
it looked like a silver star.
United Fund Drive
Makes Gala Start
With Free Show r
A new song was being sung a a-round
round a-round Hotel El Panama last
It wasn't 'Intended for tourists
and travelers just passing
through; but they liked it any any-wav.
wav. any-wav. Whst they heard was a sort
oi preview ivr tu owwi j n
Baron, the calypso singer. The
subject is the United Fund Drive
. r ,1 nnUmlM Vv tp
in the Canal zone- Deginning
It doesn't sound easy to make
the United. Fund into a catchy
and tuneful calynso song, but it
3s said that El Baron has done it.
With his group, El Baron will
present his original calypso in
five performances in tne uanai
Zone next Monday.
These will be special snows at
gpdtmmvai at thistle stops
alon the tailrbad at Paraiso at
10:10 a.m., GamDoa at iu:ou ana
Gaun at 11:35.
The dancers, Raul and Mima,
will appear on the program a a-long
long a-long with Panama's distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished 'organist Lucho Azcarraga nd
From the Army will come the
Newago valley Boys as vocalists.
A selected group from the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School band will play
on poth sides of the Isthmus.
This is a bis: free show for the
Canal Zone community to ceie
brate the kick-off of the United
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AFTER TESTING GUIDED missiles off CftptWala; the Navy's USS Norton Sound shoves off
today for California, her home base. The 540 ft. long ship used during World War II for
the development of rockets and guided missiles in existence. Tropical conditions here were
perfect for rocket testing,, except that it didn't rain as much as was expected by ship's
Guided Missile Ship USS Norton Sound
Winds Up Week's Tests Off Cape Mala
Th Naw's experimental guid
ed missile ship USS Norton Sound,
which has been testing off Cape
Mala for the last week, leavej the
She is the only floating prov
hg ground for guided missile in
existence at the present trme,,.the
Rarely ent out of the,, uhitea
States, -tnej auwrw-uMWf"-
ance of rocket mfs?i ftndir conjf
ditions of jtetrenrft humidity an
heavy rain," .r.t
On, of the officers of the ship
remarked' that it .'didn't rain as
much as he had hoped it wouiav"
Rut nntsirip of this lack of rain.
conditions here were perfect fr
tropical testing, he stated.
Another requirement for the ex experimental
perimental experimental ship was that it h s
shore installations necessary to as assist
sist assist in the testing. These were al
so avauame m mis area. j,
Aboard tho 540-foot-long vessel
was Capt. Ralph C. J ansa n, with
the Civil Engineer Corps elf th
Navv who was formerly a Ca
nal Zone rMidont. His fathar.
tho lata Hans C. Jenson, was
with tho mechanical -division of
the Canal, and Capt, I t n s o n
who livtd bara from 1917 to 1937
himralf worked in the Section of
Surveys of tho Dredging arid Ma Marin
rin Marin Division.
A graduate of (Balboa High
School. Cant. Jensen continued his
education at : the Colorado School
Ifit Mines.,'He Bd-hir,wiie;,iMW re-
sra:ai roir vHiieneiaei .auiornia,
One of tetheir'liofls; JeiTyi -;wto
is now a Program ; director nd
news analyst for K0VR-TV jn San
Francisco, was horn, in the Canal
Fire Fighting Shows
By Balboa Firemen
Thrill School Kids
Thousands of spellbound; school
children watched the Balboa Dis District
trict District fire fighters go through their
paces this week during a series
of demonstrations on the use and
handling of fire fighting equip
The demonstrations, which were
presented before 4,772 students and
167 teacners on me racmc siae,
were only part of the series of lee
tures and displays produced; by
Canal Zone firemen on both.ides
of the Isthmus in observance of
Fire Prevention Week.
The members of the Balboa Fire
District used both the pump truck
and aerial ladder truck to demons
trate the laying of hqse lines nd
the operation of tne Water tower.
a maneuver which never failed to
bring screams of delight from the
The Balboa 'Firemen produced
their fire lighting show on various
days before students in Ancon and
Balboa Elementary schools, (Balboa-j
Junior and benior High School, the
Diablo Heights Elementary school.
La Boca Elementary school, and
ai. aiary s Acaaemy, a.
While the demonstration was in
progress, the various procedures
were explained to the school chil
dren ana tne teacners by set. r. A.
Mohl. of the Balboa Fir Station
Demonstrations and Fire Prevent
uon Week programs were sponsor
ed in an schools on the Atlantic
side by the Cristobal Fire District
Residents of the Canal Zone,
together with residents of Pan Panama
ama Panama and other, countries in
South and Central America,
joined today in toe celebration
of Columbus Day.
Acting Gov. H. W, Arnold yes yesterday
terday yesterday called attention to a
proclamation Issued by President
Eisenhower In which all Citizens
of tne united states are Invited
to observe the day with appro
priate ceremonies in commemo commemoration
ration commemoration of the 465 anniversary of
the discovery of America.
Heard In Russia.
Eleanor Roosevelt Hold vaif "Ameri-
caa women Ce)ngrfcss?bo? Better
Ljving" weanesasy 'nigm tnat dur
ing : three weeks in Russia she
never heard anyone laugh.
"I have a feeling" the Russians
"have sold .their souis tor a little
economic' security," she said.
Mrs. Roosevelt also said she
"never saw a well dressed man
or woman" during her tour.
The Soviet people, she said,
"have no idea what the rest of The
world is like."
They consider it normal for a
family of three to live in one
room, for five families to cook in
one kitchen and for 18 persons to
share a bathroom, she said.
Mrs. Roosevpelt renewed her sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that the administration ad admit
mit admit more Russians to the United
States. She expressed doubt that
the Russian government would al allow
low allow many of its people to visit
America, and said the U.S. could
gain a propaganda advantage
to allow more
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AT KETTEW Col. Bolivar Vallarino, commandant of the
Panama National Guard (left) and COL Richard W. Wallace,
commanding officer of the Marine Barracks, Rodman, observe
a "Pass in Review" ceremony held yesterday mornin in
Vallarino's honor by marines of the Rodman Naval Station,
and the Headquarters, 15th Naval District.
(Official C.S. Diavy Pbete)
Soars 2000 Miles
Out Over Atlantic
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Oct. 12 (UP) Informed
sources reported today that yesterday's firing of an Air
Force Thor- missile "exceeded all expectations" by soar soaring
ing soaring nearly 2000 miles out over the Atlantic.
The sources said the big pencil-shaped projectile
dropped into the ocean "several hundred miles" beyond
the intended target 1500 miles away.
They said the test the second successful firing of
a Thor in six attempts was to see how far the missile
As usual, however, the Air Force and Defense Dei
partment refused to comment on the success of the fir
ing or even to confirm that the missile was a Thor.
Witnesses who watched the
launrhine from this ton-secret test
center said the firing shortly be
fore noon yesterday apparently
went off "without a hitch."
Thty said the big projectile
rose off the launching ramp with
a "tremendous ror."
Then it quickly picked up spotd
as it headed straight up for sev several
eral several hundred miles and turnad
out ever tho Atlantic in a climb climbing
ing climbing arc.
Th fiery trail diiapparad from
sight in about a minute.
One veteran "missile watcher"
said the launching appeared to be
one T the m0st .suc5essfui .at toe
i "'Tt went off without a hltdh."
hie said. "It followed a straight,
steady course without any wobb
.i The Thor, an intermediate range
missile, is the counterpart of the
Army's Jupiter which was test test-tired
tired test-tired succesfully several months
ago, The Thor's first successlul
launching took place Sept. 20.
Meanwhile, apparently as a part
of the Defense Department s edict
of full speed ahead on the missile
program, a second rocket roared
off yesterday afternoon. Witnesses
said it looked like a Snark, a sub subsonic
sonic subsonic pilotless plane with a 5000
The Thor and tho Jupiter have
emorged in recant tests at the
most advanced rockets in the
U.S. arsenal, tho Jupiter is
known to have soared 2400 miles
over tho Atlantic in j tost earlier
the two projectiles are very
similar in design. The Thor has
guiding fins while the Jupiter does
not. Both are powered by the same
The Air Force and the Army
have been feuding over which one
of the two missiles would be plae
ed into mass production as this
country's intermediate range misV.
Former defense secretary "Cha
E. Wilson, said, however, that the
best features of both could be com
bined into one superior missile.
To 84 Feet
The Gatun Lake level, which
has been below normal since the
rains began in May, almost
reached the 84-foot elevation
yesterday after a week of heavy
rains over the Gatun drainage
During the same period, the
level of Madden Lake rose near-i
ly four feet to the 221.41 foot
The levels of the two lakes be
gan to rise noticeably Oct. 7
when the rains began over the
drainage baabv V",
The first of the heavy rain in
this area were reported Monday
by the Pedro Miguel weather
station where 3.37 inches of rain
fell during a 24-hour periott
Nearly two and one-half inche j
fell at the Chlco station Toes- j
day, and more than one inch of T
rain was reported at five Canal J
Zone weather stations Wednes- I
The greatest increase in tht .!"
elevation of the two lakes : oc
curred during the 24-hour period' t
ending at 7 a.m. yesterday when
Gatun Lake rose from 83.54 feet
to 83.89 feet and Madden Lake
went from 22037 feet' to 221.41 f
The two lakes are still below i
the normal levels at this time 1 f
of the year. Gatun Lake will re- s
quire three more feet of water j
before the rainy season ends to
bring it up to its maximum op operating
erating operating level of 87 feet to whit whit-It
It whit-It is normally filled every year
before the dry season begins.
Careless Walker -In
A little boy from Cocoli was la i
Gorgas Hospital with head inju- ;
ries after he walked into the side'
of a car yesterday ifternoon jnd -4
was hit on the head. 1
The four-year-old child. Mario
Burns, was not considered to-be
on the seriously til list today at
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Bums of Cocoli. The father v
is a private in the Marine Corps. 1
Police report that Mario wis,
crossing Bruja Road near the fire-
station when Mario pulled away; j
from a maid who was accompanvi
ing hhn and another youngster,
and walked into a cur being dnv
en by Set. Robert P. Buna of Ft. H
Buna was driving slowly at the
time of the accident, ad will not i
be charged, police-said. They bla
ed the accident oa the eareUsc"'
SATURDAY, OCTOBER It, M5I
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twelfth anniversary the Canal zone
Groups of Alcoholics Anonymous .have much to be thankful tor.
5vei 1000 alcoholics from teeners to oldsters of both sexes have
snvea our uumoie uuuuj i..-v j ,i,ik
" We are especially grateful to the Panama American which
swiped us get started Dy auowing us me use m u
uteb to the clergy of all denominations who have recognized
out efforts and to the medical profession for the invaluable and
understanding aid cxtondf-d us. u.wiuonn
Manv peocle unfamiliar with our program of rehabilitation
J link that we" mifht be reformers, soap box orators, rabid pro pro-lb'tionists.
lb'tionists. pro-lb'tionists. hypnotists or religious zealots. We are none of these.
Ours is a fellowship of human beings brought together by a
common problem. Our alcoholic excesses are not understood by
those who do n?t usn alcohol as a beverage or the controlled
drinker We can neither justify or explain why or how alcohol
affects us toHLfinal stage of addition. We might offer thou thousand
sand thousand excuses for letting drunk but, never a single, valid rea reason
son reason That our lives hai, become unmanageable was no secret to
' those who loved, respected 01 depended upon us. We were the
lttst to know that we had a "monkey on our back."
The "monkey" remained even though we tried tapering off,
aVarine off will power, won't power, pills and nostrums and
crocodile tears. Just how far down the pit we sank seems to
Have been a matter of physical and mental stamina.
TT We came into AA remorseful, beaten and generally skepti skeptical
cal skeptical We came because there was no place else to go. Everything
seeded to have failed us we could no longer take one drink
without starting on a rat race. Seems funny I know to those
Kino have not crossed the border into alcoholism. Funny, I con con-tied
tied con-tied to the casual observer, but, tragic to the victim and those
concerned with his (or her) life, welfare and future.
. AA is a new way ot life for the alcoholic, and, miracle of mir miracles
acles miracles it works Just how it works and why none of us AA's
eem to have an s.nswer that is all satisfying. Few of us ever
delve into the reason our main concern is that we are sober
And happy about it.
T There are about 10,000 AA groups scattered all over the
World with about one million members. When I mention mem members
bers members I do not mean that we carry a membership card, wear a
lape' pin or have a secret handshake.
'' ,We have no opinions on Politics, religion or the liquor in industry
dustry industry Our ws.trhword is Anonymity, yet you who knew us as
hopeless drunks can recognize us by our sobriety. There are no
dues, fees or assessments In AA, and, we accept no financing
outside of our groups.
' It we can be of any assistance, please call us.
, LITTLE ROCK AND TODAY'S WORLD
t The liberty of government has been gravely abused by the
governor of Arkansas. 8tates rights are sacred. America has 48
separate anu.oiaLiiiLt luj.uk ui guTciuiucfc. iuvv6.vo
foi the proiecwor ana progress oi many gruuvs ui ycuyi.
I Why should the President of these diverse freedoms allow
in. .tot tn mniMt, the dienitv and security of the other 47
Snve Faubus is no torigef an Intelligent human being, he should
be replaced by someone who can solve Jus peoples progressive
problems. 8 m
J Some of the die-hard Southerners do die hard. They have
nincered the progress of themselvess as well as others for a
ion time, it takes Federal troops, courts of law, injunctions,
police and strikes: a Oirty mess upon the face of the American
people. A rotten mess influenced around the world by propa propaganda
ganda propaganda to exploit whatever gains some other nation cares to de derive
rive derive therefrom.
We have onl" one world. We have no other place to go to
fcat away from the things which we don't like or can't seem to
adjust too. Because of ignorance tolerance and understanding
u hard to some by, also compassion and love for the people which
populate this, our world.
i Maybe the uprfme white man should find his place also.
Maybe he is not tro far removed from those he abused and per persecuted
secuted persecuted for the caKe of obtaining slavery and cheap labor. May Maybe
be Maybe his white C?d dors not temper his philosophy with contri contrition
tion contrition and understanding Maybe his religion has failed him mts mts-ferably.
ferably. mts-ferably. Maybe U Christ has taught him to hate those differ different
ent different than himse f. Maybe America should go to the dogs, and
then start over aeain.
' The basic principles cf America, which founded a race of
people destined to bring progress to others, is not stupid. The
laws of the land are good.
' It hurts that some American people are Ignorant. It hurts
that th war between the North and South, the black and white
faces, is not even-now terminated.
' It would not be so bad if it only hurt themselves, but it
cries out around the world, with the billions of dollars Amer America
ica America apends to gain friendship around the world, its own self self-Joved
Joved self-Joved state government is certainly not a good advertisement
tor gaining respect and consideration from other nations. The
Kin Klux Kian has nevei proven its point for the benefit of any anyone,
one, anyone, itself included.
If Christiantf, is to be supported it should match its ad advertising.
vertising. advertising. Ve rr.lglu then have better feelings between peoples
' Christiantly is not wrong. A great number of the so-called
Reverends are wrong; they teach only what their blind eyes see
not. They care to hibernate in a world of make-believe ,for manv
years before emerging from their cocoon to tell people how
io live a life tey know nothing about.
How is it po&iible a man can give advice on love and sex
when he has never experienced it himself, or even cared to?
How can he shut himself away from the everyday exercises of
,the world, his world alro. end still be a brilliant educator of the
Souug? He has nner lived He is more Interested In death than
ie world of reality.
I, They have failed to supply the answers to the aches of
mankind. Their presentation is so rude and class conscience
that it overlooks t)i very meat of their own strength, it would
be better for awhile that the church forget its own holiness, its
S scape from reality, and concentrate instead upon the greater
measures of existing while one is ahve and able to use his tal talents
ents talents for the benefit of himself as well as others. Before we die
e will have workfd and strlved to do our best. Let the church
. teach us how to lht alive later they can take care of our dead
Let the people live first.
M. R. Crewe
POME, MK. II
The following lines, are pointed at Pi.D. (whoever that Is):
With Intelligence so meager.
One wov'd think you'd not be eager
To be en in print, where all of this would show;
What with composition shoddy.
Naught of Essence, Fraught of Body,
Breaking every rule a child ought to know.
Proper rhythm care with meter
Don't make rhymet like "Paul and Peter."
Better yet yout pen forever still.
Stop your all-enduilng bicker,
And confess there's someone slicker.
And that you. old boy, have now gone o'er the hill.
8o If all your chums are snaky.
Your position' rather shaky;
I offer. Jut to you a thought to grasp:
Cease yov everlasting scrabble
To arise above the rabble
- Relax old boy Don! be a Stupid Asp.
(Whoever That Is)
By VICTOR RIISfL
In the jargon of the times, White
House circles are saying quietly
that Hoffa's comet will hum it it-th
th it-th urna atmosohere
which sitzled Dave Beck, The Big
Dipper. There is nenner oravaao
nor gleeful facing of a challenge
in thii nttirlo lust thp rldCisiOTl tO
write a series of laws which will
go beyond Jim Holla personally
and hit hard at the powerful truck trucking
ing trucking union itself in multiple rocket rocketlike
like rocketlike jabs at the rackets.
The battle, therefore, will be be between
tween between the government and the
Teamsters Union as much as be between
tween between the arrays led by George
Meany and those led by Jim Hof Hof-fa.
fa. Hof-fa. The Teamsters' new president
knows this and those closest to
him av that Ir h I ft Hrrffa i lit
tle saddened and a lot more res respectful
pectful respectful of the forces he faces.
These sources also say, and I
holiovA thAm that tin tn Tuesdav.
Oct. 2, Hoffa would have stepped
aside u ne naa a race saving
rhincA anH if the "bova" in the
inner sanctum had permitted it.
On thine la certain, none to
hi own lf Is true. Hp dees net
deceive himself. He knew of a
(riei of meetings held between
government, senatorial and lab labor
or labor leaders. He it hort better e e-nough
nough e-nough to knew that in such a
field he can't win, place er show.
In those bull sessions well kept
secrets, all of them the highest
labor leaders were told that the
White House does not want to pu punish
nish punish all labor unless it insists on
being its union brothers' keepers
and those union brothers are the
The labor chiefs were told that
the exposures of the McClejlan
Committee and the AFL-CIO's E-
thical Practices Committee obvi
ously had revealed a dangerous
situation inside the ir.ulti billion
dollar trucking industry, which not
only employs well over 5,000,000
persons but affects the fate of the
nation certainlv as much as the
railroads, the communications in industry
dustry industry and the musicians field-
all of which have been covered by
In th words ef on govern government
ment government official "... a unique situa situation
tion situation has been cmatd in th
trucking fwld which requires tp
cial solution for special ab abuse..."
use..." abuse..." Furthermore, it was pointed out.
the public is demanding action.
The next move is obvious. If all
of labor, with the hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of honest officials who lead
its 60,000 local unions and scores
of national outfits, is not to suffer
from the toughest laws ever de devised
vised devised to handle a special interest
field, th AFL-CIO has either to
snow that it can clean u the
Teamsters or expei them,
t There had to he a symbol tor
such action. That symbol became
James R. Hoffa, the fourth pres president
ident president of the 70-year-old Teamsters'
Desnite tha hrashnp.nn Hnf f i
shows in public, he does not want
to be that symbol. On Oct. 24 he
will plead earnestly for a year or,
at least, a six mrmth Tfpninn
from the AFL-CIO "to clean
That's whv h tnlH T1va TWV
to quit the presidency six weeks
earner man scneauiea. Hotii
wants to be the one to make that
Dlea to Stav inside tbP A FT -fin
For, one outside the giant union
oi unions mown as me ArirCIO,
Hoffa and his colleagues know that
the White House will move aeainst
them alone. The tough laws can
De -aevisea without worrying a a-bout
bout a-bout arousing labor's 15,000,000
How tough can the government
Set? Touch enoueh tn rlfKnlvA thm
Teamsters' empire and make it
the Britain of lahnr
class power. How? I
There are proposals being dis discussed
cussed discussed at thp tnnmpnt ohl.li
would ban the union shop in the
uuvKiug muusuy. x ms once was
done in the railroad field. That
would mean that a tnirVrn Mm.
pany would not have to use union
men. The drivers could or could
not join the union and any in interference
terference interference with them would he
pumsnaoie by as much as ten-year
Th government could demand
a special board tupervlsing all
Tamstr funds trwaturios, pen pension
sion pension end woffar pcott and in investment.
vestment. investment. There ar such
boards in cnrtaln Industrie. Th
povemment would insist that
thit board tuporvis and police
election in Teamstw locals.
The government could fit
these powers to a new board of
Federal trustees or let the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission hand handle
le handle it. The White House could ask
for laws forbidding a Teamster U-
nion local from picketing a dock or
a warenouse or a railroad depot
where goods are being delivered
oy non-union Teamsters hot car cargo,
go, cargo, they call H. And the govern government
ment government could, and Is considering.
banninf picketing of bufrnetses
just for the purpose of unionizing
So while the world gates sky
ward, pondering the law of fravi
ty, the government experts are
preparing to demonstrate the gra
vity of to taw to some Teamsters.
The Launching Platform
OAKLAND, Calif. (UPV-Capt
w. R. McDaniel made a fine
landinr her yesterday tn a twin-
engine1 Air Force plane despite
the tact mat he bounced tt au the
way down the runway. The trouble
was (1) one engine taught fire
and conked out; (2) the landing
mechanism wouldn't work M the
wbee's had to be lowered by hand
and (3) something went wrong
Walter Winchell In Mew York
THI BROADWAY CROWD
. . 1 J .ifaint a ST h
ara xmixo" utcu
Avenue building surrounded by a
large group of autographters.
Playwright Tennessee Wihams de devouring
vouring devouring a hot pastrami sandwich
.i n i J 1 1 nn Waflt AhTn
at tne uaieiy uuj
. .Metopera chief Rudolph Big
i u; nnKcViiinrl in the Esex
House foyer. . .Julie Andrews
beau, rony wauun ib'"s
i.i. 1 4m Ilia ITair T.E-
iwiin a iiBsiiugui
dv .David Niven, who can t wait
to see reter usunov iiy
al in "Romanoff and Juliet, in
the British Army Peter was Da David's
vid's David's vaet. .Suzy Parker dazz dazzling
ling dazzling the El Morocco crowd and
j. it.. iht aurav with Re-
ne De La Sale (of France), alleg-
eoiy ner secii kvuiu
. .Sammy Davis, Jr. who recent recently
ly recently ..) 4M T.iJ.Mm Asxurirlff
Lindy stayups that he refused
c.ii:.. in futr Allav nandleader
Henry Jerome heard it in the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Edison lobby. .Two Broad Broad-wayites
wayites Broad-wayites were discussing Mike Todd
MlicAn n narHpn fnr a
1 cuiUJft mnww
party. "He's inviting friends from
all over the world!" exclaimed
one. ."I guess," giggled the oth oth-;
; oth-; nn imill tn ifciunmo-
CI Its w
date his critics". .eavesdropped
at Toots Shor's: "I'm getting my
own teevee show!". ."I hope it
isn't mine!" i
Midtswn Vlanette: It happened
last Winter in front of Sir i's,
where the theatrical elite eat. .
Two very young girls, studying at
The Actor's Studio, were shivering
there as they watched the celebs
. .A limousine drove up. in loot loot-mi
mi loot-mi n onened the door for a mink-
clad movie star, who proceeded
to make an Entrance. .As she
passed the two hopefuls, one tight tightened
ened tightened her cloth- coat around her
frame and mumbled: "But can
Mmtih af Midniohteri Her
Maiestv and entourag will wit-
nest "My Fair Lady" on th leth.
.ZaZsa, back from Loncwt, in
Lord Felton (he's 23) stumbling
al over hi monocle. .Dorothy
Melon and actor Donald Mc Kin Kinney
ney Kinney patched things efter a Sum Summer
mer Summer of tif. .Lis Taylor Todd's
latest gift is a pair of diamond
earrings, shoulder-length. .Ingrid
will get 5200,000 tor "Kind s i r"
plus ten per cent of the world
gross ever 4 million. Cary Grant
is her loading man and he gets
more than that. .The producer
apparently in satisfied with lust
basking in their spotlight. .Joan
Parker. Latin Ourtr oriole, iust
had her separation from a Boston
ingr NgalizM. . .Tybee Afra
(h does that exciting (ass. danco
with Fred Astalre in "Silk Stack
ing") gets dozens of rose dairy
from Aldo Diaz, one ef Brazil's
wee I mi it industrialists. .Come.
dienne Conni Sawyer and h r
husband have parted. ..Hava some
marital-arithmetic; Dalo Robert
son's firtt wife will be his third.
Ttememhered ." thp HaIaii Havre.
whubu hFV. ov.. .1VUA. V. MU
play, Is due at the Morosco Nov
inn. .in advance sale is over
$1,000,000. .Even the tryout-town
bookings (New Haven, Boston,
Washington) are almost sold out.
. .An ironic sidelight was reveal
ed by Miss Hayes the other alter-
noon. She is responsible lor Eng
lish star Richard Burton being m
the play. She insited upon it as the
price for her own participation.
But she didn't know until rehears
als started (two weeks ago) that
she hasn t a single scene with tne
Broadway Chop-Chop: The first
"Drama Desk" meeting of the
new season will be at Sardi's on
the 7th. Should be a dilly. Top
producers, ticket brokers, actors
and others will argue about the
tall price of tickets. .So you
want to be a writer? Well, staff staffers
ers staffers on Collier's and the N:Y. Sun
(it faded many years ago) are
still looking for jobs. .The Lux
cancellation resulted in over 30
staffers at the J. Walter Thomp Thompson
son Thompson Agency being jilted. . .The
Don Taylor-Mona Freeman idyll
has the envious signing. ..bod Cal Calhoun's
houn's Calhoun's private heat wave is Fran Frances
ces Frances Gould, Arthur Murray teacher.
. .Jean Stapleton of "Bells Are
Ringing" weds director William
Putch on the 26th. .Sal Mineo's
late-date (3 times in a row) at the
Left Bank spot was Joan Ketch Ketch-urn.
urn. Ketch-urn. .Opera thrush Elaine Mai
bin doesn't feel like singing these
days. A 5-year romance recently
faded. . Add vancy schmancy
wolds: rom a music review in
the N. Y. Times: "Though the
provenance of the text". . .He
Love Letters a Columnist Saves:
"Deer Mr. Winchell: I was Invit
ed to a prvlw of "The Helen
Morgan Story' at Warner Brothers
the ether day, and I last went to
expres my heartfelt thanks t you
for your glowing tribute to my
daughter, Helen. Ther has bn
so much criticism that I was ve
ry appreciative of your warm
friendship and assistance to
her in th picture. Very sincerely,
Cast ef Characters: Arthur Lau
rent, saluted for his scripting of
'west side story, the season's
first big hit. He began his acting
career with "The Nite Wits" in a
Broadway rathskeler many years
ago. .His admirers remind the
colyum that it was "first to ap
plaud him". .Billie Worth, who
washed-that-man-right-out of her her-hair
hair her-hair in "South Pacific" will be
pushed Into a pond in "Carefree
Heart" due Nov. 7th. .Jack Tow
ers, doorman at "Long Day's Jour Journey
ney Journey Into Night." He wa George
Burns' (and Allen) first vaudeville
partner.. .Tina (Beppie) Mersine.
Blonde and Beautiful. Born in Hol Holland.
land. Holland. Raised in Curacao. Former
schoolmarm. She gives a one one-woman
woman one-woman show at the Provincetown
Playhouse starting tonight.
Curtain Calls: June Ally son and
David Niven in "My Man God
frey.'.' crowded with laughs. .The
new book, "The Actress". .Chan-
tootsy Suzanne Bernard (she was
a click in "New Faces') at the
Bal Tabarin. .Tony Bennetts'
platter of "In the Middle of an Is Island".
land". Island". .Bette McLaurin's version
of "What'A Night For Love". .
J. D. Ratcliff's "How Serious Is
The Flu Scare?" in Reader's' Digest.
ti uu lniiJii
' By MfW MARION
WASHINGTON. On of the
most important countries to the
USA ii Cnha. It's imDortant Beo-
graphicauy r buys more g o o a s
from the USA than Britain or
France, is vital at a supplier of
Recently Cuba has been in tne
throes of oolitical turmoil.. Things
- ... n
nave not oeen too stapie. .nevou.
has flared im parts ot the island.
It's a moment when the United
States should be keeping a watch
ful eye on what Is happening.
At this crucial time, however,
where do vou think the American
Ambassador to Cuba, ban .smith,
was busying himself?
Ambassador Smith was very bu
sy, far from Havana, watching
the world series.
i HOFFA'S TACTICS
Stag ,Doj; Th s Sat vpot
squandered rwo wks: of photo photographing
graphing photographing 0V. Reft and fits friend
in H'wood and the sports world.
The mag used very few of thm
depending en their morgue, for
most of the illustrations. . .Ed .Edward
ward .Edward Atienxa portrays an !3-yr-old
archbishop in "Romanoff and
Juliet." He's 23. .Gretchon Wy Wy-ler,
ler, Wy-ler, star ef Paula Ston' soon-du
musigal, "Rumple," will do a
strip in H. Her 4th B'way show.
Her 4th .pooling. .Th 'catchy
theme song for Gisele McKnzi's
nw TV shew was written by Phil
Baker and Sid Silvers. . .After
an absence of 3 years Momilui
(Pearl of the Sea) is back at th
Lexington' Hawaian Room- U
nivral-lnt'l Pictures paid -Richard
Rodger and Larry Hart's es
tate a lot of loot iust for the ti title
tle title "Slaughter On TOth Avenue",
, John Caavtt, on location in
the Virgin Ides, phones his wife
actress Cona Rowlands in H'
wood twice a week. Cost: S440 per
Sound in th Night: At the Lit
tle Club: "On Broadway the clos closest
est closest some people get to success is
knocking it". . At Armando's:
"Watching the scenery instead of
of the car in front of yours is a
good way to become par oJ
Dotn. .At the Embers: "Unim "Unimportant?
portant? "Unimportant? He hasn't even been in
vited to Mike Todd's free-ferall!"
Broadway: Where talent attracts
enemies the, way money attracts
It's no secret that the election
of Jimmy Hoffa as head oi the
Teamsters was a deep disappoint
ment to the forces of clean union
ism inside the AFL-CIO. including
But it s supposed to be a secret
that Meany had counted on two
oowerful executives inside the
Teamsters to stand up against
Hoffa. They were fanar Moo,
former right hand man to Dave
Beck, and John English.- secreta
ry treasurer of the Teamsters.
Here is the private conversation
between Hoffa and Mohn which
took place just before Mohn cav
ed in. The reader can draw his
Hoffa: "What's this I hear
that you are still thinking of run
ning in this election for something
other than vice president? Well,
you go right ahead! 1 think, how
ever that it would be only right for
me to tell you that I have already
picked the man who will imme
diately oppose you for vice pres
Mohn: "Now. Jimmy, who is
it? Someone I know? You know
I have the votes to hang on to my
vice presidency. What are you
trying to puii7
Hoffa: "I'll be blanketv blank
ed if I'll tell you But I will tell
you that it's up to you. B you do
anything other than support me.
you are through. And you know
that what Jimmy says, Jimmy
After that, Mohn bowed out.
The man who tipped the scales
for Hoffa, ironically, was the man
who was supposed to have been
the AFL-CIO's white hope John
English. Meany had appointed
English to Dave Beck's seat on
the AFL-CIO executive board. In
return, English agreed to start a
campaign inside the Teamsters to
sweep out both Beck and Hoffa.
In other words, the AFL CIO
nandea English the broom but he
heyer djd, much, sweeping. i -Meany
gave him the bawling out
of his life for his failure tn act
tmt English was up against one of
me toughest operators in Ameri America.
ca. America. He came out 100 per cent for
Hoffa, the man he was supposed
to clean out of the union.
WHAT NEXT FOR TEAMSTERS?
Here are the repercussions bound
to take place as a result of Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hoffa's election as president of
the world's largest union:
RDreusian Na. 1. UrMliom a
, - .. i.ii.iii nt
Lee, the Teamsters 7th vice pres-
laeni, is expected to lead the anti anti-Hoffa
Hoffa anti-Hoffa forces into a nw rival u
nion under the AFL-CIO's wing. He
has already received (he unofficial
blessing of AFL CIO president
George Meany. Other cleanup can candidatesTom
didatesTom candidatesTom Hickey, Tom Hag-
eertV. and Congressman T..L- fih1
" t "O- vaa aaa W a Vlk
ley have pledged privately to
join Le in lorming the new union.
Lee's lawvers have hppn m annir.s
legal strategy to prevent Hoffa
irom arainmg' the treasuries of
locals that may want to follow Lee.
Renereutalan Ma. lW ...411
probably join forces with John L.
Lewis In a new independent labor
organization. The two labor strong
men have already huddled secret secretly.
ly. secretly. Hoffa has also talked to Bak
er's boss James Cross also under
Congressional fire, about throwing
in with them, Lewis said he could
bring in- the racket ridden Inter,
national Longshoremen's Union
which has been feeding out of the
Mine Workers' trough. The Hoffa Hoffa-Lewis
Lewis Hoffa-Lewis labor organization would be
a haven for unions kicked out of
Rapercutien No. 3. The Justice
Department will try again to send
Hoffa to jail. The Criminal Divi Division
sion Division is studying Hoffa's testimony
before the Senate Jackets Com
mittee, with a view to prosecut prosecuting
ing prosecuting him for perjury. Hoffa claim claimed
ed claimed under oath he couldn't remem remember
ber remember details that he later had jno
trouble recalling before the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO ethical practices committee.
The Justice Department is also
interested in Senator McClellan's
charge that most of the Teamsten
convention delegates were illegal illegal-ly
ly illegal-ly elected.
Repercussion No. 4: The Senate
Rackets Committee will now take
off the kid gloves and pummel
Hoffa with all it's got. It will cross cross-examine
examine cross-examine Hoffa about certain deal
such as the use of union money
to buy lots in Florida to sell to u u-nion
nion u-nion members. The committee will
also try to put enough evidence in
the record to prove that Hoffa was
illegally elected. The committee
believes 75 per cent of the dele delegates
gates delegates can be disqualified.
Secretary of State Dulles has
sounded out Polish American
leaders about a visit from Premier
Gomulka of Poland. If the Polish
groups in this country have no
serious objections, the White House
will invite Gomulka to Washing,
ton ... Dozens of Army Reserve
officers, about to be ousted by the
economy wave, are planning to re re-enlist
enlist re-enlist as corporals nd sergeants.
They have only a few years of
Service hefnr thv'll rat
39 Algerian Rebels
Killed In Explosion
ALGIERS (UP)-Thc explosion
2f rebel arms dump in Algiers
killed 19 nersnni im-hirUna ai; tu-
. J HI
Knife, one of the most feared
men in Algiers and former body bodyguard
guard bodyguard to a rebel leader, French
authorities said today.
The rebel arms were stored in
a house in the native quarter.
Thev exnlfvfori Tnad...
down two houses' snd destroying
another, as a ptrol of Foreign
Legion paratroopers surrounded
the houses to search for rebels.
French police said All the Knife
was responsible for countless
deaths and said his rebel network
carried out 'informal
4of Moslems whn rmnvrifml with'
France or refused t6 serve the
0 Britannic junior Encyclopedia
All through It life the lobatei
continues to grow and shed its
hard shell as it outgrows it. Dur During
ing During the first year of its life, tha
lobster sheds its armor from 14
to IT times. When it grows older;
the lobster continues to "molt"
about once a year.
Invites you to tryNthth
...You'll like ft!
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UNITED FRUIT COMPAQ
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York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Saa Francisco
tad Seattle. .
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER I2,195T7
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I ' I JK 1 - ""
L-1 : ill; 'U
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More Than Million Americans Get Flu;
Schools Forced To Close In ,3 States
MORE THAN 35,000 keymen's envelopes and donor's kits, for soliciting and reporting la the Canal Zone United Fund drive which gets underway next
Monday, are shown being .assembled as one phase:, o the flurry : of activity in progress' this week preparatory to launching the 1957 campaign. The ac activity
tivity activity seen here represents the voluntary efforts of all CompanyOovernment Bureaus and the military services j oined together to make the first United
Fund effort a success;" Visiting the 'Accounting Division Machine -Section at the Administration Building, Balboa Heights, when this photograph was taken
are, standing" left toright. Acting Canal Zone Gov, Hugh M. 1 Arnold, United Fund, executive director- Paul M' Runnestrand, acting campaign committee
chairman Arthur J.'O'Leary, and special assistant to the chairman-John Mo nuanye V ;
Chief To Be Guest
Of Phi Delta Kappa
Carmen Miro, chief of the sta
tistics section of the -Panama conrp
trollers office, will be the guest
speaker at a luncheon meeting of
the Isthmian resident members of
Phi Delta Kappa, national profes
sional educational fraternity in tne
United States, which will be held
at the Ft. Amador Officers -Open
Mess on October 19.
Preceding the luncheon, the Phi
Delta Kappas will meet at the
Jksimnrnlloi.'c' nfiA uhorA. M I &
Miro will explain the operation of
the organization, with particular re reference
ference reference to its statistics section.
Also scheduled to be present will
be Edmund Meisenhelder, munici municipal
pal municipal management consultant on the
staff of the University of Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, who, under the Point four
program, is now a public admi administration
nistration administration adviser to the Republic
Calmar Batalden, Balboa High
School and Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College teacher, is the chairman of
the committee on arrangements
for the meeting and will preside
at the luncheon. All members of
the fraternity, especially- ones who
have arrived on the Isthmus since
the last meeting, are asked to get
SlOle (pnone 2-2380). a1v nnrt. hMA
De surprised 4t they will glance at
the booklet, Hdw Tc- Drive, issued
by the American' Automobile As Association
sociation Association and -used in' the Canal
Zone driver's training courses.
There are 120 pages of profuse-
AAA Emergency Road Service
Extended To Atlantic Side
Under terms of a contract fina finalized
lized finalized this week, members of the
Panama and Canal Zone Auto
Club may have emergency road
service on the Aqtlantic Side by te-
lepnonuig coion 4zz.
The" AAA road service represeiS
tative' for the Gold Coast is Al
fonso Giscombe who operates the
Garage San Jose on ,Avenida Me-
lendez between 9th and 10th
Streets in 'Colon. Service is avail
able' every day of the, week, in.
eluding holidays, from 6:30 a.m.
to 11:30 p.m. "1 :" :
The emergency, road -service will
be available to Auto Club mem members
bers members in any location. But a stand
ard rate of 13 has been' fixed for
calls in Colon., Cristobal. Fort'Gu-
lick, Coco' Solo and Margarita.
Service to Cativa, Gatun or Fort
Dqavis will cost a dollar more. Be
yond these areas, the charge is
based on actual cost.
The first $3 .of emergency road
service in any year for a. member
is free! This constitutes a return
of his $3 annual membership fee.
He pays only the balance, if there
is a balance. Incidentally, road
service can be charged by Auto
in Germany Dies
COLOMBO, Ceylon (UP) Wil
liam Clark, controversial' former
U.S. chief justice in postwar Ger Germany',
many', Germany', died of a heart attack while
on vacation here, ;it was reported
Clark was 'vacationing with his
wife at Nuwhereaeliya She was at
his side when he died...
dark was 66. He was born in
Newark, N.J., son of the founder
of the Clark thread mills.
Clark was 66. He was born in
tice of the Court of Appeals of the
U.S. military government in Ger Germany
many Germany in 1948. He held that post
uniii wnen ne was aismisea
in the climax of a long feud with
then U. S. High, Commissioner
James B. Conant.
The controversy involved the
question of court jurisdiction. In
November of 1953, Clark was or ordered
dered ordered to return to Washington for
"consultations." He refused nad
staged a sit-down strike in Ms
Frankfurt chambers but finally
returned home and was informed
by the U.S. State Department that
nis appoinimem 10 me court wouiu
not be. renewed.
ly illustrated instructions, ideas
and suggestions for driving a car,
caring mc it, using road maps,
and similar miscellaneous informa information,
tion, information, including how -to drive on su super
per super highways,, or expressways.
There are sefctibns on both ma manual
nual manual shifting and automatic gear
shitting, ;whichy are helpful.
The issuance of this booklet 'is
part' of the public service and safe safety
ty safety campaign conducted by the AAA
with the support, of its 5,000,000
members. The Panama-and Canal
Zone Auto Club is an affiliate of
the A.A.A. -
HOTELES iliTERAMERICAIIOS, 5. A.
Stockholders of Hoteles Interamericanos, S. A.,
are hereby -notifid that at 8:00 p,mv on, Friday,
October 25, 1957, a general stockholders meeting
will be held in the Washington Room of El, Panama
Hotel located at 111 Vfa Esp&na' in th city of Pan Panama
ama Panama to approve or disapprove a resolution authorizing
the Board of Directors tp sign a contract' granting a
lease on the properties owned by this company.
Panama, October 11, 1957.
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, .et 7th St
' WILLIAM H.- BEEBY
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all aes)
Believing as we do in the verbal inspiration and
accuracy of the Bible, we make no apologies for
teaching the entire Scriptures as coming from God.
8:20 TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"THE WORD A MAGIC MIRROR"
The Bible reveals the true nature of sinful hearts,
and the faith needed to save men from sin.
6 :30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 "WHY BIBLE BELIEVING CHRISTIANS
SHOULD REJECT THE R S. V."
On the 5th anniversary of the R. S. V. the re revisers
visers revisers are adding the Apocrypha to the so called
Protestant Bible can this be accepted?
"JOHN WESLEY FILM" ;
EVERYONE WELCOME COMPLETE NURSERIES
WASHINGTON. Oct. 12 (UP)
The government reported today
that 1,077,000 Americans had been
hit bv influenza since the first out
break of Asian flu this summer,
The U.S. Public Health Service
said the figures were based on
school absenteeism and ( reports
from physicians and hea'th e fi-
cers through last r riaay. it called
them ."a very rough. estimate.".
The service said 350,000 new
cases of in luenza and, influenza
like diseases were reported last
week-the fourth "Straight week in
which the number of cases has in
Tht health agency said, hew hew-ever,
ever, hew-ever, that the number of death
attributed te Influania and such
related complications as penu penu-menia
menia penu-menia shew ne marked Increase
ever normal occurrence at this
timo of the year.'
Ofticials said the death toll stood
at 21 through last Friday.
Pub'ic Health Service figures
normally run behind those report
ed by local health of icials. Theicascs since July 14. B(ft the ouV
P H S does not report a death un- reak there was believed to b
tu it nas Deen contlrmed by la bo 'on the decline.
ratory tests as directly attribut
abe to Asian flu or its complica
Since then, health officials have
reported additional deaths attrib
uted to flu or flu-induced comnU-
cationj including at least six new
deaths in Michigan, Pennsylvania
The health service aid, th
few deaths 'directly attributabU'
te the flu have occurred mostly
in California and. Louisiana.
Most of thoso hsvo occurred in
ttei'15 to 35 ago arouo and I
most al of thonr wero compli compli-c
c compli-c a tod by ponumonfa.
During the oast week. th.
ice said there was a marked in increase
crease increase in new flu cases in schools
in Massachusetts, New York, New
Jere,' Ohio, and Kansas.
The disease continued tp rage
through the South. Louisiana hea'th
authorities reported 300,000 flu
To Live For Kldi
HAVERHILL, Mass. (UP) A
criticaly ill mother of two small
children todav ienored her hus
band's pleas "to live for the little
ones" rather than violate hr re
Doctors at Hale Hospital said
that Mrs. Elizabeth Denno, 43,
desperately needs several blood
transfusions or she will die from
a b'eeding ulcer. ;
The mother, a Jenovah s wit witness,
ness, witness, has steadfastly rejected all
requests including those of her
q48-year-o'd husband. Gardner, who
vainly petitioned Courts for per
mission to authorize the transiu
Mrs. Denno based. her belief on
a Biblical passage against "feed
ing on the blood of a fellow man."
In the last two weeks her condi
tion has steadily declined until she
is now on the brink of coma and
almost certain death.
Denno. who does not belong to
the sect, said he understood that
if his wife lapsed into a coma he
could authorize the transfusions.
However, doctors said this could
be too late to save her life.
The distraught father said he
win at 'tthe end of my row"
Wednesday when he learned" of the
court ruling. "As far as 1 can see
my wife has a perfect right to
lie there and die u she wants to,"
Several times, Denno has
brought the two children, Darlene,
3, and Nathan, 2, to the hospital
in the hopes that the. sight of the.
children would "make their moth mother
er mother want to live.'V s 7
Flu epidemics have forced clot'
in? of some schools in Kentucky,
Michigan and Pennsylvania, inc'uJN
ing two high schoo's in Detroit .,
and about 12 schools in the Pitta .
Across rom the
"El Panama" Hotel
Japanese Boy Has
Just Odd Crinkles
TOKYO (UP) A rare case of
a person without normal finger
prints was reported today by the
Japanese Aichi prefectural police.
The police established a volun voluntary
tary voluntary fingerprinting system in 1950
and out of the 1,200,000 sets of
prints that have' been collected.
this was the only, such ease, they
A 14 -year old junior high
school boy in Nigova has only
crinkles on fingers and hands, and
these .crinkles do not come under
any known classification, vthe no
A medical college in Tokyo re
ported four families 'In Japan have
members who do not have the
usual; finger markings.
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K-LISTO will repair damages which war
caused by a crane,, to bur eystem and will
suspend the electric service.
Between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. on Sunday,
October 13 in the following areas:
San Francisco from 16 Street to Beach.
-Via Belisario Porrai
Carr. Sabanas frOrrf Ave. Fernando Cordova
to Street 7a.
Ave. T. Cordova btwe?n '(. 7ts St.
Altos del Coif
O. A. De R(nJX, CARLOS MOUYNES
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ifTTENCH AMBASSADOR AND MRS. LIONEL VASSE
0m DINNER FOR REAR ADMIRAL AND MRS. WALES
The French Ambassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse jave a
skinner party at the Embassy residence last nifht In honor
U af the new Commandant of the 15th Naval District, Rear.
Admiral George H. Wales and Mrs. Wales.
22 The party was given at the Embassy residence on I.a
-4'he Ambassador of Spain in Pa-
tWlna and Mrs. Frederico Gahal
-non gave a cocktail party at the
Embassy residence yesKjrday as a
-deSpedida for Embassy Secretary
rretary and Mrs. Rafael Zaera
3Jo wiHleave soon for their new
"-post in Venezuela.
""The Italian Ambassador m Pa
lijima Dr. Ricardo Moscati and Evelyn Guy, Mrs. K. J. llelmer llelmer-Mrs.
Mrs. llelmer-Mrs. Moscati gave a farewell lichs, Mrs. J. J. Hewitt, Mrs. J.
luncheon today in honor of the F. Manning Mrs. R. A. McClean,
Secretary of the Spanish Embassy Mrs E. F. McClelliOid, Mrs. W.
and Mm. Rafael z.aera
Rav. Poterson Will
tit Goast Spaakr
At CoMogo Club
The Very ReV. Maincrt Peter Peter-ion,
ion, Peter-ion, Dean of the Cathedral of St.
Luke in Ancon, will be the guest
speaker for the Caribbean C o 1 1-lege
lege 1-lege Club on Tuesday night. The
meeting will begin promptly at
7:30 p.m., at the Cristobal Red
Cross Building, according to Mrs.
E. G. Bissett, president.
Following the theme of India,
the Rev. Peterson wiil speak on
the Religion of India, and, show
tides on Hinduism. These glides
re from the collection of pictures
published in Life Magazine's re-
I ill i: yZ
Panama's First Lady Mrs. Mercedes G. de la Guardia,
visited Tropicana, to see the Pfaff Automatic Sewing
Machine exhibit for National Sewing Week. Mrs. de la
Guardia is shown here with Mrs. Elsa Livy de Lopez, wife
of the Minister of Public Works, and Mrs. Sylvia Gustin,
Manager of Tropicana, the furniture and home furnishing
UN 7 Al
f arid Qtlterwide
By Staffers ''
P"' 3-0 740 2-0UI
cent series called "The Great Re-
litrinm: rff the Wnrlil." A OUCStioil
-....,'.. Miin.i nfiti inniuit
flllU 113 ITU UUIWI .. V w
the program. Members and guests!
- are envited to bring their bus-
hands for this special presents-
Seventeen new members will be'
' presented to the club as a special
welcome. Thes new m ember.
a' Mrs. i.. r.. Ames, miss ma
ry P. Brennan, Mrs. E. S. Carl Carlson,
son, Carlson, Mrs. J. Y. Christian, Miss
Margaret Clayton. Mrs. Bruno Ei Ei-sen,
sen, Ei-sen, Miss Margaret Gately, Miss
0. Parker, Mrs. I-. A. Roush,
Mrs. H. W Spickimll. 8"d Mrs.;uor unnihor nt Kpocran'a smis was
me neiicMimcin u.iiwiiin-c Who appeared to be his dead tath tath-been
been tath-been announced by Mrs i r a n k er A closer ook nd a pertinent
McGilberry, social chairman. Mr. !question determined that the man
W. T...Clute will be the chairman actually was the fatneri Tj,0mas
oi mis L'uiuinuiee, wmi mis.
W. Argd, Mrs. C. a. Asbury, Mis.!
W. G. Bowen, Miss Thora Baublits,
and Mrs. J. A. Blalkowski serv-
ling with her.
Show Will Highlight
The Charity danc: planned by
the United Chinese Youth group
should be an exotic affair. A fash-
ion parade of oriental styles from
Happy Dreams .
He's a sturdy young rascal wcU Jenlapai. (lowing villi fcaahk, mi,
although be aleep kia kead Wf, ka'a full W fan ami vitality kt kia
waking asosnesMa. It's kaeanaa ka's a LACTOGEN kaky.
LACTOGEN proridea, iai form Baby can easily aUgeat aaJ aialiilsta,.
tka hoi eleaaents neoeaaary to aatiafy ike needs mi kk fax grwia
frasae and body: food to snake good deaee kene ea d Math; firav
litke Buaole; ajniet nerves; a keppj diapeeitiea and a atreaf vigaceva
LACTOGEN is bun, freak, falUnes sni& edified especially (or
NCTl PKODUCT PlAJtB) ESTSOAUY FC4 MFANT FKDM
Burial Of Father
Under Wrong Name
NEW YORK (VP) The final
resting place Ernest Friest was
in doubt today, nearly one year
&ftpr his burial.
- .- i m
At issue now is an unpaid fu-
nerai diii, dui n au
n montns ago wnen r ries oet.nie
vicum of mistaken lty.
1h 52-year-old man war Killed
- i ..
Thomas Keegan of
His family was notified, and one
of Keegan's sons veritied that the
dead man was his father, whom
he hadn't seen since 1947 or so.
Keegan" was given a $900 fu funeral
neral funeral and buried in a Roman Cath-
,im in Bmnklvn
unnerved by the sight of a man
tHp Kepeans rpnnrtprf tn aiithnri
t;ps that the father was alive alter
aii. and that thev had buried
someone else. A police tineer
print check eventually revealed
that the accident victim was fct
Further police work located
Fries' two sons in Connecticut.
They were informed of their fath
er's deah and the resulting identi
The sons then contacted the
cemetery where their father "was
buried to claim his body for a
The cemetery refused to sur
render the body, saying it would
have to have the deed to the bur burial
ial burial p'ot before it could open the
And the deed was being held by
the Martin A. Gleason funeral
home until the $900 funeral bill
was paid from an insurance pol policy
icy policy on the ihe of Thomas Keegan.
REDS EXPLORE ANTARCTIC
LONDON (UP ) Twenty-seven
Russians are headed into the snow snow-cofered
cofered snow-cofered Antarctic wastes on a
1,000-mile expedition to set up a
scientific base near the South
Magnetic Pole, Moscow Radio said
Motta's will highlight the evening.
Proceeds will be given to the
Blind, Deaf and Special Teaching
Tickets at $1 each, may be pur
chased from Sederia Miramar, Ma
durito, Ferreteria National and
Llona Sears Studio.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Church of Christ
V. W. Marrow, Evaag enst
Telephone t-MOl .- V v
MUOA; OU1. UbM Bead. v
Service Sunday lu:e em. use a.
2R1STOBAL. American Laaion Halt
Service Sunday ltt:M ajn. 11 .-00 aJB.
RIO ABAJO: Houm Mo. MM lata St.
aunaay eao aw 7
, UD Mt
V Bid u
CIM.OM MAl tUUBC
311 tfruja Kua
Urawei am tMiDoa
Ami I rauerewuu, Faalaa
iuuruinR Vturuiip 11 .IW a-in
imuuj.fc Uimai I.... Jm p."
Prayer Meeung, Wednwday 7:J0 p.m
Bromei'hoou 4il Monday... 7:00 p.m,
uicn amunJsy 1V:VU a.ui,
FIRST BAPT1S1 CHUKCB
Balboa liaighU, C. Z.
V21 Ancoo Boulavard
Drawn B' ualboa Halshts
Phont Balboa 1727
WillUm a Beebj, raatot
Baptist Training Union ....
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
W M S Bible Study Thure Thure-days
days Thure-days Men'a Brotherhood (Laat
Monday in month)
HRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rav. WendaU C. Parker, Paitot
Baptist framing Union.,,,,,
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
w M.u. lsl a sra rrioaya
U.A., R.A., A Sunbeams,
CapUin A Mrs. H. Craat
i aebit.ur Street, Phone: 21-20054
11:00 iluliness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
-A BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No 1080, Phone: 2-2SS;
11:00 tlulincaa Meeting,
3:00 f-unda.v School.
7.30 Salvation Meeting,
Envoy Mrs. C. L. Moieley
t:00 Sw.day School.
11:00 H.ilirieni Meeting,
3:00 Sunday School.
:30 iiaivation Meeting,
if.,I.1,i.r",,,L ni Mn C. Moonaawvy.
'4th S'.jeeU Phone: J8-T43.
OLOiM 1H1RI, STREET
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
.A1NBOW CITY C.Z.
Knvoy J. Gill,
t;i1i;tfJa"d Jml' Street
11:00 Ho .new Meeting.
I 00 Pi nday Scnool.
7:30 Salvation Heeling.
Eh?L nt w- Ohm, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
9:30 ari Churah School Free bus
service. Classes for all ages
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded Session lor Nfirsery, Kinder
STrV,'"." Pr'mf, Depts. Church
. or cnuaren under 3 yrs.
.00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship p
7.00 p.m. Senlbr High Fellowship.
7:30 pjn. Evening Service.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore K. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2S42. Rea. 3-1 4g
:4S a.m. Church School. Bus service.
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 am. Morning Worship..
Nnr erv for Infants and small chil children.
dren. children. 50 pjn. Junior Fellowship,
:I5 o.m.. Youth Fellowship.
A .complete schedule of auxiliary ac
Uvities and official meetings aa an announced
nounced announced from week to week.
Rev. Walker M. Alderten. Pastor
V : g-470 Rw t-1.10 s
t:S0 a.m Simdav School
l-0 a m. Morning Worshln.
Official meetlna and week-day ctl
ritiea a announced.
nu METHODlirt CHURCH
Rev William H Armatr-ang
l(tk St- Panama CM
t O ajn. Morntrr Pravar and
I On p m atmidav MmmI
1:11 o-aa Iwmr Krsver and
TmiwtTY METHtHrtsT ctrtmoi
7tk Street an Melannee Avenue.
,C9t nm-Merntn Service) end Sety
3 n m Sunday School
Ml m.m tvenme'
(Holy Casnmonkm 1st Sundavat
Monde. I SO nas Prayer Meettka,
ucvrrm atsTNoiitrt chums
Sunday Servtrea em and :! e.m
a HCfsmw n en age at tm
"Tr Inslutlnn Ta WaaiH
v mm, Pravet raun'
Churthet ef the many faltkt In the Canal Zone, and tka terminal eltUe
ef Panama and Celen, Repuklie er Panama, extend a wahtema or all
timet men and woman ef tka armed services, and e elvlllan naik naik-ken,
ken, naik-ken, frlandi and strangara. j y-'."'':'.: v .; yy
At a nukllt lervice, Thai Panama America lists kelew, ky doneml doneml-neriens,
neriens, doneml-neriens, notice ef knur ef warship and ether retular aetlvltlee.
i- Liitlnfls are rotated from time to time, Doneminatieni kavmf Mbj
one er twarcengrefatient art listed under "Other Churches a Serviaes."
A special listing la Included for cervices at Army perti, Air Fore kasee
' and( Naval stations. .. '.;.',.'.' v ;.. .'; Vj-'?':;
Ministan, church (ecratarle
news nesn hi wrnmaj ny Treeneseay neon at tnt NrfOH at any cnanfle
fer tht eemlnf Saturday's church nae, .'
HT. MARV'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Maanas: 7:00. C00. 10:00 and
iz:w a.m. i
Holy Oav Manual Itt t:eO. UU aja
and 1 :0O o.m.
Confessions: Saturday. S JO lo tM
and 7:00 to :00 p.m. Thursriay, before
rural rrtaay: 7:uv to a:u pjn.
Miraculous Modal Nov ana: 1:00 njn
Catechism elaaet alter the t:M mass
Mign cnooJ ntuay uui o n.nv on
ACRED HEART Aacea
Sunday Massea: tM. 7:30 :J0 a m
Holy Day nuuveat tM a.sa. and .1:00
Confessions: Saturday i:ia to two and
7:15 to :00 p.m. Thunday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devouons: T :00 njn.
Catechism Claaai I:l to : Djn. on
OUR LADY OF IATIMA-Curundn
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Mnlv nav Ubu at .O'SA n m
ContoMiona: 6:00 to :4 njn. on Sat'
catechism Class i Saturday g:so to 10
ST. JOSEPH Paaalso
Sunday Maaaea at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at e:ou p.m.
Weekday Maaaea: ...-00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 and
1:30 to 7:3a
Catechism Clasai Sunday 1:00 to 4410
Miraculous Medal Novenat 1M) o.m
Convert instructional Ihursday 1:00
ST. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses: 6:O0 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv nav Mawsaa 89.0 anrl SaA nm
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
b:ou ana s:au a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
7:0O to 1:00 pjn. Thursdaya before First
sriasy v:ju p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tlona of the Cross: Friday 7 :00 D.m.
Catechism Clam; After 1:30 mam on
Convert Claasj i:30 p.m. Tuesday end
ST. THERESA'S CeceU
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: COO la (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Claaat 3 JO to 1:00 p.m. on
confessions: saw to 3 am. aunoay,
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SAIXB
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 3:30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs.
Frl. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: c:oo ajn. to coo
Confessions! :S0 to : and 7 UK) to
:oo p.m. on Saturday.
Mlrscuioua Medal Novena i Friday 7 AO
Catechism Clam: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
ST. rHKKESEs La oeea
Convert Class: Monday 7:39 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 1. HO a.m.
Holv Dav Mass: 5:30 o.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 730 p.m.
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
catacnum Class: i:i p.m on aunaay
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Convert Class i e.ao pjn. on inursaay
ATI. ANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 1:45, 8:00 and CIS am
Holy Day Masses: C45 and 8:00 ajn.
and 5:45 p.m.
conTessions: saturaay a:uu to a:uu ana
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal novena i weaneaaay
15 and 7:00 p.m.
sacred Heart Novena: Friday v:i p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 o.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on Mondays
Catechism Clam: Sunday 10:11 a.m. to
li:as a.m. J:oo p.m. to 4:oo p.m.
First Friday Exposition of Moat Bless.
ed Sacrament ell day Reposition at 5:30
m. saiuroay morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
or Fatlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a m
First Communion Instructions for chll.
dren Mondays and Thursdaya 6.00 to
MIRACVLOTjn MEllAf rrhtlhal
Sunday Massea: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:80 ajn.
Holy Day Masse: 6:0. :00 a.m. and
sua p.m. .
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
: :uu ro a :w p.m. After noaary eacn eve.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:15 and
7 KM) p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 6:00 Mam on
First Friday Exposition all day during
First Saturday' Mam at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
S"1; masses: y:.to, 1:30. 113 mUi
First Saturday Mass 6:00 ajn.
Weekday Masses: .......... 0 a.m.
Sa. urday .. 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 pjn.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 pjn
Holy Day Masses: 730 a.m.' 1:15 pjn
Confession .. 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 pjn
arlsh Family Rosary and
Benediction TA njn
Discussion Inquiry Croup 730 ajn.
. 1st Friday Devotion ... 7:08 pm
let Saturday Devotion .. 1M p.m.
ST VINCFJCTS Ralabaw City
Sunday Mameaa: 630 am. and 1-00
Holy Day Maaseat 60 em. anal C-afi
Confeaslonat l to l a
8.00 p.m .Saturday.
vaieenism uasa: 10:48 a.m. en Sunday I
Convert Clean -every Monday Ta
Mlraculeu Medal Rarecnii 70 pJa
on Tuesday. .j- .-
pSacred Heart Novenai I.8 9jm,sm
IMMACULATE CONCFPTION 41areaT
mtnda Ma- 8:l aj
Hory Day Mam: 538 am. " f
Confassiona: 63a tavT:no sav aa a..
urday. - ..
Cateehlam na 4su an MsniUf
OUR LADY OF GOOD COWSnT
63t eja. and 138
Cenfeetone Saturday at 736 p.aa. and
aiivr an evening eevoiione.
Bspnaraa op appointment.
Mh-auleun Medal Hmni t
Sacred. Heart Roy ana: 138 am am
Sunday School: 1M a m mm
Reiigloiie tnalruettnn Clam far Chil Children:
dren: Children: 436 p.m ex Thursday
RellrJou Inarructian for aduha iram.
dueled In SnenlnhU 13 aae aa Utm-
caavert rjartrucUaM kf eppotn
and chaalalnt are asked to Merm the
. . . .
The Rt Rav. R. Hafcat Oeeden. S.T.D,
The Very Rev. Halaert d. Palsaaan.
- AraCtUv. LJI
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS : 1 ; ,i ; s' j
t:so a m. Holy commion.
t:15 a.m. Church. School (Holy Comr
mumun axa ouiiqay;.
1:30 a.m. Santa. Communion, 3rd Sun
8:30 a.m. Iscuela Dominical.
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, noiy communion in aunaay.
430 an.. Holy Communiaa.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.,
I V. HOLY BAYS
8:00 a m Holy Communion.
V30am Holy Communion.
:l a m. Moraine Prayer.
l?:0O Mi.'-day Missionary Prayera
Church at St Andrew
The Rev William W. Saldvrla,
Priest In Charge
Holy Communion .........
Family. Prayer and
Church School ............
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
. 730. ajn
Morning Prayer it Sermon 11 DO ajn
Holy Communion- ......... S.-Ot
Chanel a The ileet Shepherd
The lav. Claienee W. Hayea.
Priest in Charaa
8:00 ajn. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. tint Friday each Month).
' St. Simon's Chnn
The Rev. ohn Spear, Priest ha Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser
mon 7:00 em
Church School ........... M ajn.
episcopal loung enurenmea a:oo a.m
Evensong and Sermon .....7:00 am
and FRIDAYS -: l
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion ............... COO am
Evening Prayer 7:90 p.m
Woman' Auxiliary, Ind and
4th Thumdava 738 nim
Morning Prayer ..
Evening Prayer ....
, 8:30 a m
Office of Compline
LA BOCA -St.
The Rev. John Spear.. Priest la Charge
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Suaday each month) A,
Morning Prayer and Church
School ' 8:00 ajn
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Sunday each month)
mon ,...... 1638 a.m
Holy Baptism ............ .12:00 noon
Evensong and Address ... 730 era
Woman's Auxiliary 730 O.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST PAW
Holy Communion ......... :w a.m
Chapel o' the Holy Comforter
Vea. L. B. Shirley. Priest la Charge
8:30 a m. noiy communion.
Church ef St. Margaret .
Espave and Rrszos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
9:45 a.m. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com-
THURSDAYS and HOLY. DAYS j
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.'
Chanel of Our SevMa
8:30 i n. Holy Communion.,
The Rev. AIU R. Waatt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A. Oskeme,
6:00 a.m. Choral Pucharhd Js. Sermor
30 ajn. Infant Baptism.
8 .00 i m Church Schoel ''
(heid In Buildink 131
S3 pm. Youth Fellowship
IMub. Evensong and Addram
Snd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i30 pin. .woman a Auxiliary aae Alia--
Guild Mwltouj, y
St Paul' Church
The Vea. Lemuel B. Shirlay, Jtectet
The Rra Ftta R. AtwaH. Deaeea
630 a m. Holy Camm.mleei i
8-00 ajn Suna Eucharist at Sermon
10:45 a ni Morning Prayer and Church
il:0O over Hoi Saatism
7 30 tun Selasan VaaMta'
8:30 a m Holy CAmmimlnii
T:3A em Oenine Pravar and Sannian
: am Holy Comrmmleei
730 ti.m. Evenlna SVavar
ntURSilAYS AND FRIDAYS
I 30 f m Hoi CaaaaiunVaa
HOLY DAYS -,
e a na. Holy Cammualea.
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THE-SEA
The Re. Jamae Pater Former, Recta
The Rev. Henry A. Blaka, Amejleat
; ; l STJH0AT 5
636 a.m. Holy Ceanmunteav,
8:30 aja. Morning Prayer. -836
a.m. Choral Kurhariat and
l:.v ajn. Church School.
738 pjn. Solemn Iveraong and
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
63 a m. Hely Cemmunieav.
73 ajn. Morning Prayer.
38 pax Evening Prayer.
838 aan. Hety- Cemnnmiea.' t
7.- mm. Morning Prayer.
738 pan. Evening prayer and III isa
' FRIDAY 1' -738
in. Mornkng Prayer. ' -8
3 e ns. Chtidren gueharlat, -538
pjat. Evening Prayer.
( 38 ajn. Holy Communion.
7 -o ajn. Homing Prayer. i
IM tn. Evening Praver.
138 p-aa. tmakne and Meainuioa.
St Ckrlstonker'e Chareh
letta Street. Pargue Lefevre
The Bay. claraaee W. Bey.
,,;': 'rrleat la Charge .. ...j
i Th lev., Clarence 4. CragwaM,
Sundays trTy. :
6:00 ajn. Hat Eanununtaat.
736 ajn Suna Eucharist and sVrjnen,
H830 aJv Morning Prayer end Church
11 00 noon Holy BapUam.-
6:30 njn Evanaana sac Bcsmim
136 nja.- let and grcv Wenua'a Aum
fc narv. i
TUESDAYS . f ,'
S3 a.m. i uhler Daughtere of the
8 36 a.m. Hoi Catnmuniam.
7:00 aja. evening Prayer and Raligleus
THURSDAYS :''.' v.
6:06 em. Clrla Frlandi Society.
830 o.m. 1st and ard. alnalatma.
30 ajn. junior' Confirmation. Clam.
' CHURCH OP THB MAZARENE
- 443 Ftangipanl St.! --'Ancon, C.t.
Sav. Elmer O.jNalaea, Paster
Box 287 Balboa. CX.. Tel. 1-2401
Sunday School .:....... '8:48 Ajn.
Worship Serviee .t;... ..,-10:45 ajn
Youth Service 4:45 pm
Evangelistic Service' ....... 7 30 p.m,
rrayer eervice, wea. 1 30 p.m
CHURCH OF THi MAZARENR
Margarita School TJymnasium
,i Pastor Ralph t. Hyieng
Write"! Box 5016 JtargariU.. CX.
- Phone: 14583
Sunday School A4i,- 8:43 am
Morning. Worshln '.. ...... 11:00 ajn
Evening Service 730 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHlttCB
' Penfmt (tjf:S8rd Street Eaat
11 Met a. N fcewn. nliaJater
Divine Worship'... 30 a.m.
Sunday Scnool ............ 3:00 D.m
Sunday Masaae .... ...... 7. 7:45 11:45
. Rio Abate. RJ. .
Sunday School ... .. ,A . I ;M p.m
JlkHOfAH'B WtTNEagKS 1
Maetinas .Thumdava at 7:30 njn. and
aimaava ai :oo am. wits mamariai
u rsihii aaac, naiooa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTJl DAT SAINTS- tMermoa)
. Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting:- Sunday 8:88 ajn
Sunday School: Sunday 18:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday CM pjn
Relief, Society; Tuesday 8:00 am.
MIA: Wednwday 730 p.m. '
Primary! Thursdsy 430 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4127. ..
Building 100, Sehoolhouke Road, Gatun
nunoay aenooi; aunoay 1:30 a.m. -Sacrament
Meeting; Sunday 41:00 a.m
CURl'NDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wsrm Hesrtcd ChurtJi"
Mlllea.K. Uldlf, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 81-5106
Sunday School 8:38 ajn.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship ......... 11:06 ajn.
Youth Fellowship 4:00 pjn.
evening Worship 7:0 pjn.
Prayer and Praise (Wed. V 7:08 p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
olu CAfHoul Utuiica
Si Raphael The Areheage)
13tb St Watt Na 1
Holy Bucbaristi Sunday an 136 a.m
lueedaya, Weojieadaye and Thursday
SaerameHr-ac Unetlna' lailaJIna I.
vlee) Pint Sue) day e each mecith at
88eem SUMbeU ChrtiMa Clnmh
, Panama S.P.
Rt Ray T janom. D. D. Blshea
Morning devotion .......... 6:00 a.m.
Fellowship Worship ......... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 pjn.
Divine Service , 7 30 p.m.
(4 rint Street
Urbanlztelon El Carmen. Panamd City,
intormai Talk and Discussions
Thursdays... ...... .8:00 (Ja.
Colon, 8th Front Street
Upstair American Baaaar)
Study Class.. .. .Thursday. 130. ajn
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba SU Paralso, C.Z.
Re Waldake H. Stewart, Palter
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
8:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:16 a j. Gospel. Service, -.
Monday: 730 Young People' Society
, Wednesdayi 730 Mid-week Cltriatian
fellowship, v v- i ..
Thursday: 6:08 Choir Rehearsal.
rHdayc 738 Women' Miasi artery Se-
' TBI CHURCH OP QOD
v New Providence
- Mr. Klaa Ja mlaiaa m-mtmm
Sunday School 1030 ajn.
Morning Worship ....,..,... llrto aja.
FIRST CHURCH Of GOD
Car. Jaaulea and Trinidad t.
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. Was. Livingston,, Paste
, THE CHURCH Of C4
1M Eighth Street Carta
Rev. O.. W. firaadisaai. Pa.lar
Sunday School a M'a
M,?lln,w.9'BlP 1030 am
nigni acrviee ............... T30 p.
Sunday School ...
, S30 aja.
Ijej4 TfM wPannV
Night Serviee ....
THB CHUBCH OP 4JOt Bl Aka)e
. Meat Oecard Rd-ldth' St
- Be. Waa. J. Paata :
Sunday Schoo ... 8:30 a Jn.
Morning Worahip 10:30 aja.
CHUBCH OP GOD CPaateceetal)
Rv 'R "t WaiaonV Oyarsear
. Phone a-tla. Box .253. Gamboa
uiurrhM at Paraiso. CZ. (Re, and
in, nennan la. wnyto). Colon; RJP
(Re ; Fernando Lerancel. Rto Abale
1 Re and Mrs.. Charles Haynaa). ant
CaUd (Rev and Mre. Cnfford Greevesi
Sunday and weekday eervice at aM
; : ; Diablo Heighta. C.E.
(near Diablo echoel)
Re. Cart P. Thempaaa. Minister
- Bex 38. Diablo Heighsc Ci.
. Pheami Hem- Gamaea til
Church HekVaa 4271.
Worship Serviee 1136 aja.
Youth Service ............. 13 aja.
Bvangtliatie Service ...... .138 aja.
Wadneada.. M. ahaai "
end Prayer Service .... T38 pja.
RfTDrMZB LCTrTtRA CVflaCH
jt BJWe Bead at OTighg Sweet
Rev Robert f. Gaaatrh, Pacta -P
O Boa S86.' Bamaa
Suaday SehaaM. AMe wa 836 a at
Divine tonka 16:16 ajn.
Jiory CeaiaHmtea. ftrat Sunder af cha
. AuaaUa sUaW
' Former isWel et Our Savteurla Ca.la-
---H mpi are ai. ana matevMe Ave
kiew Cristobal. ...
Mr. Fageae H. P sail si; Ver
Snaasy Srheot Bible Clam 838 aja.
THvin ie 1 is am. w.
Holy fommuaieat laat Buauuur af rki
jowls Welfare Hears Bid. 782.1 W
aoca Seed. Balboa. CX- Rabhi Nathan
Barvlew Friday. 138 aja. Balunta.
. i See a'te lllUnsa aC Jewish eniaaa
ure'er Poaia' Bane and SUCena).
Can l rasa rj en Col 8hoarltH tarsal Avaw
tilde Cuba and 34th Street Belle Vista,
rsNaw i. iiy mm sice las jar
CHJUamJi aClkhtA ibituiaB
ilrst Church e4 Christ SctaBtuR, Aaeen
Suoeay 113. Wedneadav 3S mm.
Sunday tcheal 63 aja
Ism t-aorea oc Vhnat, aetaakM, CMateaal
Ulb Street ds Belivai Hlabway
Bonoaf Neaoal ja
Sunday 11:8 aja. Wednwdey (38 am.
PosU and Bases
. i PAanc won
Sunday School ,,
Churcb-time Nurssry School
Sunday School (SulldlBB
Morning Worship 10:38
Thursday Evening Mid-Weak
Service s .... ,. If 36
Youth Fellowship-Sunday .... CM
Sunday achoel 8:08
Morning Worship l3g
Evening Worship .......... ... 7;oe
Worship Service. Madden Wy 7:08
Worship Service. Rio Hate .... SOS
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:0
Soldier' Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:06
umeer uu-iauaa union mura.
ALBROOR Aa FORCK SASB
Adult Bible Clam (NCO Club).
Morning Worship S3 A 10:46
, Youth fellowship ., 636
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
unoay aenooi ..
HolyXCommunian First Sunday
15th ND HIADQ U ARTIRS CHAPS,
morning worship CM
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Statien. Summit... 6:08
S:M m 3:18
Datly Mam 6 41
Sunday Mauee 7:tt 8:09
Confession Saturday .. 636 Js 8:06
Daily Maaa g;jg
Saturday Mama 8:06
Sunday Mane S:M 11:48
Monday Novena Devotions .... 73
Confessions Saturday.. 6:06 ds 736
Sunday, Maw IS 30
ALBRdOK AM rORCB SASB
uaiiy at am g;gg
Saturday Mam "36
Sunday Maaaea 75 dk 12:06
Spanish 7:08 f
novena sarviees.TUMday 7:01 tJ.
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
ALBROOK AIR fORCR BASB
Morning Worship .". igaa
Port Chapel TJV
Mom ill B Warahlit
Youth Fellowship, Sunday'
"7 neanmaay t:jo
Ladle Chapel Guild. 1st Thura. 13
U.S. .NAVAL STATKM. Coca Sola
J moimm 1:36
Morning Worship US
HMon0)Unl0" n1 uno"'
Saturday Maaa ...
r ....... t :a m 1011a
Confessions, Saturday .. 6:00 Js 7;M
U.S. NAVAL STATION. r. ai.
Daily Mass ..i.
; Saturday Mam I YY" C86
Sunday Mam 80
v Suaday Mam
tfrnVitSJS6. are eonducU
Via ItaSltJ? ot.th Anundatien,
1. rf Sf!" 'ss, n Praneisco e
!f 'BtJ City. RJ. and et
the Church fSt . ?
aav. Sre H. R' alternate Sua.
call ?! ri'Z S"1" information,
call the Office ef the Army CJuplaln.
WaJy Service ail ehurchaa 'i
. aa tuevrt:r7
ATURDAT:' '' '' t i
.Sabbath Setwefr fjp ..a..:
..Jtauth'a Meaung 438 pjn.
vTRDKlSDAT: .I' '.
RiMe Study W Prayer' 'kerviat
pja. .. . i
-1'" PaesfW Bide pamuad ' "'
f,frWVl- W.uar-Tel. M-3-3506
Cabe Verde, AveTj. P. So la Oaan
W Nueva SA st between Ird end 4tk
Pastor ; A. A. n-. 1- m
paasah Chereaa Paelfie Side Paa4
a a Pastac Narberte Outre)
Panemi. Call Darlen N. 1 ,-a
. dr8al Noeva Cuarar.
. aL. AaaarV Side'
Pastor C. A. JacMea-ToL 31IHL
Crhaobal Inglish )8fh A Bofhrer Ave.
Crknahol 5Vwtah )s-h Jt ReUvar Are.
' C'-'! Off tvs 1
864I Carllaa Raae Tat SAiS A 3S5Jt
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1957
THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEE
Socia i anil
Curundo Wamen's Club
The Curundu Women's Club held
one of the roost successful card
parties last Wednesday at .the
Community Building in Curudnu.
Highest score at the bridge tables
was won by Mrs. Polly Kaelin.
Second runner was Mrs. Jean
Brady. Booby Prize was won by
Mrs.. Jo Therreu. jviemoers ana
guests attending were; president
Connie Reichart, and the M e s-
dames, Lorraine Zent, Jean Bra Brady,
dy, Brady, Lucy Saxton, Pdily Hamilton
Gloria Brown Ellen Moudy, Meli Meli-da
da Meli-da A. Bembenek, Liz Benson, An An-nabelle
nabelle An-nabelle Leap Thtlma Guilbert. E E-Ta
Ta E-Ta Lee, Cecilia A. Metcalf, Caro Caroline
line Caroline Brown, Marta Cam, Genevive
Curb, Tom Raymonl Jo lerrei
Frances Botzenmyer. J a y n e
Weade, Lorrie Henderson, Loretta
Hayes, Folly Kaelin, Barbara
Fum. Paula Reeves, and Jessie
Kaska. It was announced that next
Wednesday the club will hold
through the courtesy of Mercurio
a display and lecture on Cut Jew Jew-lery.
lery. Jew-lery. Guests will be welcome.
The woman who spends an
afternoon of bridge complaining
about the poor cards she Is hold holding
ing holding is as much of a bore to other
players as the one who is more
Interested in chatting than in
playing her hands well.
A model meeting' of Beta Chap Chapter
ter Chapter of Beta Sigma Sorority was
held on Wednesday evening at the
home of Nancy Ramsey. This
meeting was conducted as infor
mation for the "rushees" of the
Sorority. Alice McGann gave you"
address to the Hushces. Jean uoi uoi-fey.
fey. uoi-fey. president, called 'on several
members to explain the workings
of the local Chapter and the inter
national group. Betty Slaughter
spoke on the aims, purpose and
scope of Beta Sigmn Phi; Kay
Klontz gave a resume of the his history
tory history and origin of the Sorority and
Jean Judge told of all the high highlights
lights highlights of Beta Chapter. Ann Peter
son and Boots Mitchel, co-chair
men for the Breakfast in Holly
wood to be held on December 7th,
showed pictures from Beta Chap Chapter's
ter's Chapter's scrapbook on previous Break Breakfasts
fasts Breakfasts and especially those display displaying
ing displaying various types of hats worn
which is a must at these affairs.
The Chapter's Preferential Tea
is to be held on Oct. 20.
Bids have been given to Mary
Ann Scott. Marv Jean K v a a 1.
Linn Angermuller, Marietta My
ers, Phyllis Brennap. Ann wna wna-len,
len, wna-len, Jo McDonnell and T h e 1 m a
Gets Poke In Nose
GRAND HAVEN. Mich (UP)
Pharmacist John Poest took it on
the chin Wednesday because he
resembles former President Tru
Poest said he was flaeeed down
by a motbrist who looked at him
closely and asked, 'You're Harry
lruman, aren t you ?
"Yes," replied Poest as he stuck
out his hand, "and how it th
Democratic Party out your way."
ine motorist answered with a
punch in the nose.
Poest quickly rolled ud the rr
window. But the motorist kint
pounding on the door and windows
until Poest drove off. Poest re re-norted
norted re-norted the incident to the Ottawa
If you are roirnr tn nlv hridr. ,Alce ana .Pascal
be a imnH niavpr j 7". 1 V"1""'' . an mnerant farmer
snort ir,om Cincinnati, was arrested a
snun time jaier.
All Meals taste
abetters :, Jpij
A portrait of the tropical zone
around the world Is presented In
The Tropics," a book compiled
by three notable experts, wnlch
was placed in circulation during
the week by the canal Zone Li Library.
brary. Library. Illustrated with 130 black and
white photographs and 34 full
color plates, the book lays be before
fore before the reader the almost in incredible
credible incredible array of life forms that
characterize the tropics and
captures the rare wild beauty of
the regions lying between the
Tropics of Cancer and Capri Capricorn.
corn. Capricorn. The complete list of new books
and their authors follows :
Communism In Latin Ameri America,
ca, America, Alexander: Getting the Most
out of College, Bennett; The
Triumph or Grace in the Theo Theology
logy Theology of Karl Barth, Berkouwer;
Health and Hygiene for the
Modern Woman, Bisklnd; Sitting
Bun, Campbell; soviet Russia in
China, Chlan Kai-shek; Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Hamilton and the Founding
of the Nation, Hamilton; Mal Mal-larme,
larme, Mal-larme, Majlarme; Matisse, Ma Matisse;
tisse; Matisse; Accounting for Non-Accountants,
Myer; President Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's Cartoon Book, Natl.
Cartoonists society; Textiles and
Ornaments of India; Museum of
Modern Art; Arms and Armor
in Colonial America, Peterson:
Music; the Listener's Art, Rat Rat-ner;
ner; Rat-ner; Of Sheep and Men, Robert Robertson;
son; Robertson; Forecasting Business
Trends, Silk; The Golfer's Own
book, Stanley; Helping People
Learn English, Stevick; Calcu
lus Made Easy, Thompson.
Added to the Panama Collec
tionThe Tropics, Aubert de la
Rue, Edgar; Designed for Dig Digging,
ging, Digging, H. F. Williamson.
cnuaren s books cnier
Black Hawk, Beals; Third Mon Monkey,
key, Monkey, Clark; Ride on the Wind,
Dalgliesh; Mountains in trie
Sea, Gallant; If I Ran the Cir Circus,
cus, Circus, Qeisel; Neighbors to the
South, Goetz; Queen Victoria,
Haycraft; The Wonderful World
of Mathematics, Hogben; Pldgy's
Surprise, Mellln; For Teen-Agers
Texas Oil Company
WASHINGTON (UP) The Fed Federal
eral Federal Trade Com mission has ac accused
cused accused the Texas Co. of price dis discrimination
crimination discrimination among Us service sta station
tion station customers.
It also charged the company
with illegally fixing the resale
price of its "Texaco," "Fire
Chief," and "Sky Chief" gasolines.
In a complaint, the FTC charged
the company sells gas to favored
lessee dealers at lower prices than
it charges other Texas Co. deal dealers.
ers. dealers. It also said the oil company
combined illegally with favored
service station operators to fix
their retail price.
TheFTC charged that since last
November, Texas has sold gaso
line to some service stations in
the Portsmouth- Norfolk -Virginia
area at prices substantially under
those chargd ceompetitors of these
The commission said this "un
lawful combination is singularly
unfair and oonressive to the nub-
lie, Texas' competitors, and deal
ers who do not receive the ait
The commission noted that Tex
as owns or leases 11,260.558 acres
of land in this country and has
13 refineries in nine states. It said
the company produced almost 150
million barrels of crude oil from
its domestic wells last year.
Efforts For Labor
Bring Union Threat,
Says Sen. Knowland
COLUMBUS. Ohio CUP) Sen.
William F. Knowland (R Calif)
said Wednesday night some labor
leaders have marked him for "po "political
litical "political liquidation" because of his
support f so-called "right to
"I do not intend to be intimi intimidated
dated intimidated hy any such threats," he
told 1,500 Republicans at a party
HUNGARIAN HOUSING WORST
VIENNA, Austria (UP-Com
munist Hungary's building chief
said today the Budapest housing
shortage is the worst ever. Build
ing Minister Rezsoe Trautmann
said 200,000 persons were regis registered
tered registered as 'priority cases." in' the
Hungarian capital. This meant, he
said, they do not have nlar nf
ter from friends or relatives.
Knowland said earlier he ex
pects to introduce legislation In
Congress to give the "rank and
file of labor" a greater voice in
union affairs. The Senate minority
leader has proposed a secret bal
lot, for the election of officers and
for strike votes: protection of u-
nion welfare funds and assurance
that initiation fees and dues are
not used for political purposes
which might conflict with the
views of union members.
He Indicated the legislar
tion would in e 1 u de provisions
against "paper locals' and trus trus-eships
eships trus-eships which he' said permit a
few to gain power over the many.
Illinois Police Seek
Masked Assailant Of
EVANSTON. 111. (UP) Author
ities today sought a masked prowl
er who stabbed a flu-stricken high
school girl four times and fled,
apparently in the belief she was
The victim.KathenneDavis, 16,
was reported in fair condition at
Evanston Hospital, rnysiciani
said the intruder used a pocket
knife and the blade did not pene
An Evanston -police artist
planned to talk to Mis Davis to
day in an effort to prepare an
Chicago authorities were in
terested in nabbing the 'assailant
as a possible suspect in the torso
murder of 15 year old juaitn
The intruder also was believed
to be the man' responsible for
three other attacks on women in
Miss Davis said she was home
alone in bed with the flu Wednes
day when a masked man ap
parently entered an unlocked back
door and appeared in ner oeo
The prowler, described by Miss
Davis as about 22 with crew cut
light brown hair, demanded
He then took a dirty rag from
his pocket and blindfolded her,
Miss Davis said, and tied her
hands behind her witha rope. The
bandit partially disrobed her, Miss
Davis said, and then stabbed her
when she screamed.
The girl managed to free her herself
self herself after the man fled and called
,.,.. ly-rH THirTW-S TIT) If- ,' r4,TX "f
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
,Use it on rice! See how delicious it is
with sea food, sphagetti. meat, eggs,
Add Maggi Ketchup to all your meals
, and everybody will be delighted.
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MODELS FOR ORIENTAL FASHION SHOW Some of the models who will show oriental
styles at a charity fashion shlw be given at the Panama Golf Club, next Saturday ar
shown during rehearsal. Tickets at $1 each may be purchased from Sederla Miramar, &a &a-durlto,
durlto, &a-durlto, Ferreterla Naclonal and Llona Sears Studio.
ATLANTA UP) Timmy Caw-
hern, age 6, was fired with ambi
tion but short on stamina.
Timmy set out Thursday to get
He wanted work as an auto
mechanic, so he walked and
walked, looking for a service sta
tion. Finally, after two and a half
miles, he lound one.
Instead of aDolyins for employ
ment, he burst out bawling.
Back home a short time later,
he confided to his mother that he
still wants to work on ears but
not right away. Too tired.
IT'S A HIT THE PRESENTATION OF Mr. PETE
Tonight at 9:30 11:30 and 1:30 a.m.
Week Nights 9:30 and 11:30
llelida & Gerardo
famous dancers of Spanish
and Latin American Rhythms
(the South1 American Star)
x" )y;( ZJ
' THE THREE SERENADES"
Calypso and Rck V Retl Sextet an4
TONY and MARIA ELENA
Teong dancers f typical Panamanian mnale
Emcee and Artistic Dtreeter
Music frna :M U S:M sun.
Restaurant and Bar Service Day and Night
-SUNDAY: FAMILY MENU . 1.M
. .. (Children's Portlen ... 0i)
. Mnsie by Ray Cex and his boys.
NOTE: NO SHOWS ON MONDAY
East won the opening club
lead with the king and looked
dummy over very carefully.
The chance that he couia nno
some way to defeat the four four-spade
spade four-spade contraot did not appear
too good. If his partner had
opened a singleton club things
would probably come out ail
right, but he did not think that
South would have bid quite so
strongly with three potential
club losers. Hence South must
have the singleton club ana the
defense already had Its one and
only club trick.
If West should hold the queen
of diamonds, a lead in that suit
might produce two tricks but one
more trick would De necessary
and that would have to be in
Now. If West could show up
with a trump trick. East saw a
better defense tnat aid not de
pend on the aueen of diamonds.
East led nis singleton neari
right Into dummy's strong hold
ing. This couldn't reaiiy cost mm
anything as west was never go
ing to make a heart trick In any
This play cooked declarer s
goose. He played the ace ana
another spade in the vain hope
that East would only hold two
trumps, but West won the king
and gave his partner a heart
Now East exited with a club
and waited patiently for the dia
mond trick that set the contract.
JERRY LEWIS FATHER
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Comedian
Jery Lewis' wife and her fourth
child, a boy weighing 7 pounds and
13 ounces, were reported in 'excel
lent" condition today at St. John's
r hospital in nearby Santa Monica.
The Internationally famous
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel
"The Boite with the homey atmosphere''"-
Show this WMlamd
with a new rhythm combo
In addition to the
regular Sunday dance session starting
at noon every Sunday.
Via Espana, corner of Via Belisarlo Porrat
Have fun with
your family and
friends, in most
place in town.
Dance with the music of
Papito Baker and his Trio.
Air r- 11-
Holel International jj
":::Nr? AIR CONDITIONED
LORD DELICIOUS and his Conjunto Pana-Tnn.dad
BRINGS NEW FUN TO THE BELLA VISTA ROOM!
with their two calypso shows nightly Friday and Sat. at 9:30 and 11:30 p.m.
Sunday Thursday: 8:30 and 10:30 p.m.
CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA playing nightly for dining And dancing
Be sure to enjoy the entertainment at the
CLUB 4:30 DOLORES and har TRIO avtry Friday, Sat. and Sunday.
with the BARON as M. C. Featuring this week
RONCO (Tap Danctr) and DAVID WAATS (Singer)
winners of our last Wednesday Night Vtrriaty Show
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE with LUCHO AZCARRAGA and his TRIO
and LOPEZ the MAGICIAN to amuse all ages
from 11:30 a.m. $2.25 per person
Cane Maltre d "betel, I-1J6I
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AJT INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
' SATURDAY,: OCTOBER IV 1951
World Champion Brayes Won't 'S
Few Changes Expected
On Milwaukee Team
In All Six
Editor: CONRAOO 6ARCEANT
By RAY W. DOHERTY
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 12 (UP) The world cham champion
pion champion Milwaukee Braves won't "stand pat" in 1958 but the
changes will be few.
That's the feeling after talk talking
ing talking with general manager John
Quinn and manager Fred Ha Ha-ney.
ney. Ha-ney. i "We haven't had time to talk
abjjit next year. First things
first," said Quinn. "The pennant
was the big thing, then the
Quinn said he and Haney will
discuss "Fred's contract for next
year and possible player shifts,
either up or down, tnis ween ween-end."
end." ween-end." Haney put off contract talk a
few days ago because of the
World Series bedlam. He said
rumors that he might quit be because
cause because of illness were groundless.
"I feel great," said Haney.
Unlike last year, the Braves
aren't in the market for vet veteran
eran veteran players. Wes Covington
has filled the hole in left field
and Red Schoendienst has ta
ken care of second base,
"I don't want to single out
any particular player as the he
ro in the series, said Haney.
"Everyone had a hand in it."
As the Braves' brass got back
down to earth, so did the city.
To return to normalcy was
costly for the taxpayers. The
city sanitation department es estimated
timated estimated the cost at $4,000 in
cleaning up the tons of paper,
beer cans and bottles that were
strewn in the streets Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night in celebration of the
Police arrests tripled, and one;
hospital nurse said the people it
treated for minor cuts ana
bruises suffered in the crush of
humanity "felt no pain."
A local psychiatrist summed
up the whole celebration as a
He said if
.The only ""problems and i really mature it would have
they're not serious yet are the sought other releases for its
pitching corps and possibly the I emotions like "going to the op op-outfield
outfield op-outfield if Billy Bruton's injured! era and reading great books'
knee doesn't hold up next spring.
If Bruton is unable to play,
t,he Braves will give one of their
farmhands probably service serviceman
man serviceman Al Spangler a job.
The pitching staff, headed by
W&rren spahn and Lew Bur Bur-eette,
eette, Bur-eette, and including Bob JBuh),
Bgb Trowbridge, Don McMahon
and Gene Conley, is not- ready
lot the scrap pile. But it could
use a little help.
'.. "There'll be new faces at
spring camp;" said Qulnn, "but
as of now I can't say who they'll
Haney and Quinn agreed that
ii i . .! i, . i
aei.ernima.MOii was me ms h
lacior m tne Braves pennant
victory and World Series triumph
over the Yankees.
The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following radio
broadcast schedule for football
games this weekend:
Saturday Oct. 12, Notre Dame
vs Army at 12:55 p.m., to be fol
lowed by the Illinois-Ohio State
Sunday, Oct. 13, New York Gi Giants
ants Giants vs Washington Redskins al
It is expected that films of the
last two World Series baseball
games will be received by CFN
sometime over the weekend. An Announcements
nouncements Announcements concerning showing
times will be broadcast as soon as
the films arrive.
Today Encanto .35, .20
Victor Mature Anita
Guy Madison in
Today IDEAL .25 .15
Richard Egan in
"Tension At Table Rock''
Alexis Smith in
All fights, ended in decisions in
Fort Kobbe bouts this week.
Private First Class Therman
Jefferson of Hq. and Hr. Co. deci deci-sioned
sioned deci-sioned Private First Class Edgar
Lee Malone of 11 Company in. the
opening fight in the program. H
Company came back in the sec second,
ond, second, as Private First Class Joel
Price won over Private First
Class Asbany Thomas of B Com Company.
pany. Company. Private 'First Ciass Clarence
Jamed took a close one from Pri Private
vate Private First Class Robert Brooks of
G Company in the third fight.
Private First Class William Bel Bel-chia
chia Bel-chia and Private First Class Bob
Young put on the best action of
the night, with Belchia, of G Com
pany, winning a unanimous deci
sion from his company buddy. Bv
the end of the third round both
men were almost exhausted.
Specialist Third Class Bob Hous
ton of A Company then got the
nod over Specialist Third Class
Bob Haggerman of H. Company,
and Private First Class Nick Co Co-logna
logna Co-logna continued his winning ways
by decisioning Private First Class
Bob Gathers of A Company, Co Co-logna
logna Co-logna is a member of Hr. Co. 2nd
Specialist Third Class Tom Her-
sey of Hr. and Hq. Co. had h0 trou
ble in defeating Specialist Third
Class Hal freeman, who hails
from the same outfit, in the final
fight of the night.
Ctptain James J. Boyle did his
usual job of officiating and Mas Master
ter Master Sergeant Milton Moore again
added color as ring announcer.
Highlight of the program was
the battle royal. This time three
men from the 1st Battalion, three
men from the 2nd Battalion and
two men from the Provisional Bat Battalion
talion Battalion fought it out blindfolded.
Instead of the usual one round
fight, it was extended o three,
providing excitement for another
Yankees Could Have Used
A Lefty Gomez After
Thursday's Series Defeat
WAITING IT OUT Some of the members of the top-ranking English women's cricket team
are shown having breakfast in the dining room of the damaged New Zealand-bound liner
Rangltane. -The Rangitane collided with the Hawaiian Tourist during a rainstorm Thursday.
The cricket players are scheduled to compete in an international series in New Zealand and
Australia. The Rangltane is expected to resume its voyage Monday.
Clayton PAAF Boxing Smoker
Produces 2 Technical KO's
Ice Hockey Players
To Get Court Test
NEW YORK (UP)-A court test
of the reserve clause in profes professional
sional professional ice hockey players' con contracts,
tracts, contracts, similar to the reserve
clause in other pro sports, ap
peared likely today after the Na National
tional National Hockey League Players
Assn. sued the National Hockey
League and others for three mil million
lion million dollars.
The association, in its anti-trust
action filed Thursday m federal
court, charged that the defend defendants,
ants, defendants, who included seven individ individuals,
uals, individuals, have "since 192fi monopolized
and obtained complete domination
and control and dictatorship" of
professional ice hockey.
Today & Tomorrow
A GREAT WEEKEND RELEASE!
1,000 year ago, Omar Khayyam wat
poet, a scientist and military leader
o great that an Army of Aain
dedicated to world domination fell
before 'his geniuel Now the screen
relives those thrilling days I
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TODAY MIDNIGHT SHOW! e
MONTGOMERY CLIFF in
7.-00 p.m. "A PLACE IN THE SUN"
TTioiir-Himiiniiii n in inn ii m
KNOCKOUT WINNER John Gables (right), 180 lbs., of Fort
Clayton, misses a left cross to the head of Army Atlantic's Sy
Riggins, 175 lbs. Riggins took advantage of this miss to bring
a snarling left to the jaw which knocked Gables out in the
last bout of the evening at last Friday's, PAAF smoker at the
Fort Davis gym. (U.S. Army Photo)
Over 400 Jam Davis Gym
For PAAF Boxing Smoker
Over 400 fight fans jammed ,sion in a' light middleweight bout
witn Fort, Kobbe's Nick Cologna.
the Fort Davis gym last Friday
night for the first joint Pana Panama
ma Panama Area Armed Forces boxing
smoker. Fighters from Forts
Kobbe and Clayton, Albrook Air
Force Base and Army Atlantic
participated in the eight-bout
The best fight of the night
was a knockdown drag out bat battle
tle battle of less than one round du duration
ration duration between Fort Clayton's
John Gables, 180 pounds, and Sy
Riggins, 175 pounds, of Army At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. Gables, who fights like
Rocky Marciano, waded in with
both fists flying; after two min- i
utes of brawling, Gables missed;
a right to Riggins' head. This
left Gables open for a right cross
by Riggins which sent Gables to
the canvas for the full count.
In the first bout of the eve
ning, Fort Kobbe's Arthur John
son, 12P, pounds, took the deci decision
sion decision from Felix Romano, 127
pounds, of Albrook Air Force
In the evening's second bout,
Albrook's scrappy George Perez,
132 pounds, won a first round
TKO over Darnell Sandford, 132
pounds, of Fort Clayton.
Albrook's Henry Fisher, an
underdog for the first round and
a half, came back to score two
knockdowns and won a decision
over Dave Merritt of Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton In the third bout.
In a welterweight bout, Al Albrook's
brook's Albrook's Sherman Jestice won a
three round decision over Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's Paul Rebovitch.
William Crosby of Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic wo na three round deci-
In the middleweight division
Army Atlantic's Joe Tucker
pounded out a three roun ddeci ddeci-sion
sion ddeci-sion over Kobbe's Tom Hersey.
Another of the eve ning's
highlights was an intermission
three-rounder fought by two up
and coming flyweight San Bias
Indians, who whaled away at
each other and wound up with
the evening's only draw.
Nearly 1,850 fight fans were on
hand at Fort Clayton's R e e d e r
Gymnasium last night to witness
the 2nd Joint Panama Area Arm
ed Forces Boxing Smoker. Boxers
from Albrook AFB, Army Atlan Atlantic,
tic, Atlantic, Fort Kobbe, and Fort. Clayton
participated in the thriuing seven
bout program which had the capa
city crowd on its feet throughout
In the opening bout. Rummer
Dinsmore of Fort Clayton won
unanimous decision over Fort
Kobbe's Elias Castro in tht 112
pound class. Dinsmore took com command
mand command with. ,s vicious body at attack
tack attack in the first round and coasN
ed the rest Of th way.
Fort Kobbe bounced right back
to win the second bout when Ther Therman
man Therman Jefferson scored a unanimous
decision over Albrook's George Pe Pe-lightweights.
lightweights. Pe-lightweights. The Cavaliers Howard Brown
took a decision over S. J. Johnson
of Albrook in the third bout in
which both fighters went to the
canvas in the opening round.
'Brown floored, his opponent again
in the third found to .gain the de
Albrook's Sherman Justice scor
ed the -first TKO of the night by
stopping Allen Mbten of Fort Clay'-
lon in me secona round. The bout
was stopped by the referee after
Justice threw a, fury of punches at
the helpless Moten.
In other bouts of the evening,
Nathaniel Wilcox of Army Aqtlant
punched and boxed his way to a
Nathaniel Wilcox of Army Atlantic
punched and boxed his way to a
unanimous decision over Fort Kob Kobbe's
be's Kobbe's Clarence James in a light
middleweight bout; another Bush Bush-master
master Bush-master Joe, Tacker e!'ed out a
close decision over Fort Clayton's
Willy Ghoston in a 156 pound bout.
Both fighters showed plenty of
ring finesse and polished attacks;
the evening's finale produced an another
other another TKO when heavyweight Wal Wallace
lace Wallace Ryan of Fort Kobbe scored
two knockdowns in the second
round over Fort Clayton's heavv
weight hope Walt Sauerbrun. The
referee stopped the fight after
Sauerbrun went down the second
time from a battering body blow
mrown ny ityan.
Other highlights of the eve evening's
ning's evening's card included two exhi exhibition
bition exhibition bouts. In tho first, Rober Roberto
to Roberto Piirelr and Luis Kantule, a
pair of San bias Indians from
Fort Clayton put on a real slug-
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK, Oct. 12 (UP)
This was after the last game of
the World Series which they
lust had lost and as the Yan
kees sat there with their heads
drooping and their spirits low it
came to you that they could
have ujed the man called Lefty
It carried you back to another
time these same Yankees drop dropped
ped dropped the whole ball of wax and
sat, much the same although the
faces were different, before their
lockers. That was when the man
they called "Goofy" marched
bravely to the door, looked back,
summoned a grin and raised a
much needed laugh by announc announcing:
ing: announcing: "Okay, fellows. The victory
dinner will be at Horn and
They howled and snapped
out of it. Which is what they
needed after falling before the
battling Milwaukee Braves.
There Is no Lefty Gomez on
the Yankees, or any other ball
club, these days. Which probably
is why they talk about him so
much whenever they gather In
those chin sessions which ball
"I remember," one was saying
during the Series, "t h e time
Lefty was pitching after being
out three months with an in.iu
ry. In the first inning, somebody
was struck by a batted-ball and
everybody fled to the shade of
the dugout while the player was
being treated. Lefty just stood
there on the mound, in the broil
ing heat, and finally manager
Joe McCarthy beckoned to him
to come in off the field.
" 'Oh,' no,' Lefty shook his
head, alt McCarthy. 'It took me
three months to get out here
and you're not going to get me
out of this game that easy.'
Another recalled the time
Lefty was1 Mdlng on a train and
studying the batting averages of
the American Leaguers. Finally
he pointed a scornful finger at
the name of Charley Gehrineter,
who was hitting a stratosphe stratospheric
ric stratospheric .380 and said:
"Look at the bum
"What do you mean
'through?' he was asked. "Hit
ting .380 is great."
"Maybe," El Goofy said. "But
he was hitting .380 on opening
day and he hasn't gained an
They always boasted on tht
Yankee clubs of which Goofy
was a member, about how smart
was Frankie Crosetti. So out
day, Gomez fielded a sure dou double
ble double play ball and, instead of
throwing to the shortstop cov covering
ering covering the bag, flipped it to tht
amazed Crosetti at third.
"He's so smart," said Gomel,
"I just wanted to see what he
would do with it."
On another occasion. Gomes
hadn't had much work in tht
spring and he was pitching fi finally
nally finally and setting the opposition
down on five and six pitches an
inning. Finally, Joe McCarthy
said to him:
"I can't really tell whether
you're getting enough work or
not, you're getting them out so
"Well," Goofy said with a dead
pan. "Would you like me to
throw a coupie of line drives up
against the fences?"
That ended .thtt, just as Go Gomez
mez Gomez always can end the conver conversation
sation conversation when people come up to
him and ask whether Yogi Ber Ber-ra
ra Ber-ra Is as dumb as he is supposed
"Sure he is," Gomez cracks.
"He has two houses, two Cadil Cadillacs,
lacs, Cadillacs, a bowling alley and an in interest
terest interest in a soft drink firm. Sure
he's dumb. How else do you gtt
those kind of things?"
But one thing is certain. The
Yankees aren't having the
chuckles they had when "El
Goofy" was around. And they
sure could have used some of
them the night the World Se Series
ries Series ended.
CENTRAL THEATER -r October 15
THE TRUE STORY
OF THE LIFE
AND LOVES OF
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MARJ0RC RAMBEAU JIM BACKUS ROGER SMITH ROBERT 1 EVANS
ging match for tho spectators.
Tho other bout featured two pa pacer
cer pacer weights from Panama,
Young Isaac the First and Kid
Chocolate the Second.
These two lads captivated the
audience with their display of box boxing
ing boxing and punching ability. By una unanimous
nimous unanimous vote of ringside officials,
Doin contests were declared a
The Panama Area Armed Forces
Boxing Smokers wi'l continue next
week with Albrook Air F o r c e
Base hosting the program which
will be held at the Albrook Box Boxing
ing Boxing Hangar on Saturday, Oct. 19
at 7:00 p.m.
Ft. Gulick Men's League
The only change in the Ft. Gu-
TJn'cl f -....v- v...
He AlWAaV ie a cHlff fkf iha njaHlinr
into fourth place with the Con Con-quistadores
quistadores Con-quistadores dropping to fith place.
The NCO Club remained in its
commanding first place position.
The Morticians and Scrounging
Five remained deadlocked in sec second
ond second place for the third straight
week. Each team picked up three
points in Monday night's action.
Skippy Finnigan recorded both
the evening's high game, with a
score of 224. and the high series
with t 564 total.
Teams W t
NCO Club 42 6"
Morticians 31V4 16'4
Scrounging Five 31 Vi 16V4
Deadliners 28 "V) ;
Conouistadores ?5 32'4
Twotimers 20Vi 27'4
Pinsplitters 13 35
Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today I
Basilio vs. Robinson
FOUR BOYS AND
T I V O L I
EL DIABLO DEL
with P. Annendartz
and A. M. Sandri
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A C A N A
THE MAN WHO
- Also: -THE
, Mysterious "Mr, VM.
with D. Moore
with Yvonne de Carlo
with M. Carey
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"THE DESK SET"
Sunday "Mister Cory"
Sunday "The Desk Set"
"BADLANDS OF MONTANA"
Sunday "Man On Fire"
"THE WHITE SQUAW"
Sun. "Solid Gold Cadillac"
"ISLAND IN THE SUN"
Also Showing Sun.-Mon.
tl Aft Ci A Air-Conditioned
2:30 4:25 6:20 8:15
Shipwrecked on a desert Island with TWO MENI
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. SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 12, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN. INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
AUSTIN, Tex. (NEA) -1 When
Darrell Royal took over the.Uni-fu-stmovewatfcmfwy
versity of Texas this season, his
first move was to put Walter Fon Fon-dren
dren Fon-dren at quarterback in the split-T
offense he installed. V
It was not quite as simple as it
sounds. For one thing, Fondren
had been a haflback for two var-
Dickens: Coach They
Treat Like Criminal
By JIMMY BRESLIN
: BLOOMINGTON, Ind (NEA) -tai
Phil nirkens. who is being
niiri to coach Indiana's football
team this year, it was probably
the worst day of his life.
' It: was the season opener and
Indiana was being battered by
Michigan State. But that wasn't
hurting him so much. Even when
Michigan State began to use all o
its 71 players, one bigger than the
next, and still piled up a 54-0 vic victory,
tory, victory, Dickens took it. He d lost
,His seat at Macklw Field, and
the hotel room he'd had at East
Lansing the night before that
wan causing al the trouble. It
was causing all the trouble. It
pieces. For Dickens, suspended
for the aeason by the Big Ten,
was sitting in the stands like any-
- body else. .And the night before,
he'd gone to bed at 8:30 in a
strange hotel because he is not
allowed even tfl stand near a foot foot-ball
ball foot-ball player this fall.
This is thetsirangest coaching
tale of the year, this one about
Dickens' first season at Indiana,
He took over at Indiaiia last win winter
ter winter after a strong four-year streak
as head coach at Wyoming.'
Indiana was the Big Tea's
weakest team and Dickens, a foot football
ball football Veteran of 43, started the
building program for which he
But on July 8, the Big Ten
committee on rules infractions
said Dickens was obtaining jobs,
$50 a month part-time deals with
downtown businessmen, for foot football
ball football players. Under the Big Ten's
new code, this is wrong.
Dickens was suspended for a
year. He is (a) -ot allowed to
visit the practice field, (b)' talk
to players even if he met them
on the street, (c) talk about foot football
ball football before alumni groups, (d)
' speak to his assistants, who are
handling his job.
so Dickens. gets up eacn morn morning
ing morning and g6e to his office and
spends the day going through a
gJMreary mess of office correspond correspondence
ence correspondence for the athletic department.
Next spring he can coach again.
"He takes it," his wife, Ellis,
says, "but sometimes- ... w e 1 1,
the speaking for example. At
firnt, he was able to go before
dubs, and alumni groups and talk
football. It was something, any anyway.
way. anyway. Then the Big Ten said ht
couldn't even do that. When he
came home that day it was bad.
"He went up to East Lansing
for the first game and I know it
must have been awful. He just
sat there and bled inside. 'The
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sity seasons under Ed Price. Then
there wa the matter of Fondren's
bank account. Seems some years
ago. his grandfather founded the
Texas link of the Standard vOil
Company,. Walt's father,' W. W.
Fondren, II, is only SO, but he hat
been a retired independent ou o-
perator for several years.
"If that boy," a Texan drawled
kids nevw lost their poise, ne
told me when he came home.
'Michigan State was just too good.
But everybody did the best they
"F.verv dav seem to come up
with a new way to put more burn-
ing. coals on nis neaa. ine way
they have us now you'd think we
were criminals." V
The Big Ten'S edict certainly
would seem to brand Dickens a
desperado. But when you exam examine
ine examine this code you wonder.
Briefly, an athlete going to a
Big Ten school must have a huge
financial form filled out by his
parents. If expenses for a year
are, say, 1,400 at the school I and
the form shows his father is able
in nav sno then a scholarship of
900 is allowed. The boy's family
must pay me resi.
The Big Ten would Decome a
third-rate football league if this
worked. The Big Ten is probably
stronger than ever, however, for
this is a plan which works for a
school with the richest alumni.
They merely pick up the check fo
the boy's education. This acom-
nlished. thev hand over expense
money bland, cash-under the the-table
table the-table playments because a foot football
ball football player is not allowed fixpens fixpens-es
es fixpens-es or part-time jobs.
"Nobody," they tell you at vari
ous midwest spots, coma cuum
the money being passed around to
get kids into school out here."
But to impress everybody, they
put the clamps on Phil Dickens,
who has to go around as if he
were a second story man. He n.71
team assembled which was Bea
ten, 54-0, in the opener. That score
tels us he couldn't have been do
ing much wrongs
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to Royal, 'doesn't like playing the
split T, he'll go buy it up and
make you 4ise a single wing.'
Fondren is a smallish, 5-11, 165 165-pound
pound 165-pound speedster who posed more
of a problem for Texan before
he enrolled in the school than af-
Georgia 13 Tulane 6
N. Carolina -80 Miami (Fla.) IS
Missouri 7 Southern Methodist 6
Georjb Washington 20 Air Force
Wofford 34 Citadel 0
Northeastern Oklahoma 25 East
'Central Oklahoma 19
Bethel (Kans.) 28 Bethany 0
Vallejo vs Marin, cancelled.
' ; Presents
and His Combo -FRIDAY,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel Y
Oct. 16 0ct. 23 A
Oct. 23 v Oct, 28
Oct. 30 ; Nov.. 4
Nov. 6 Nov. 11:
Nov. 13 Novv 18
Nov. 20 '- Nov. 25
SANTA BARBARA, ; .. ; ... .Oct. 16
SANTALUISA .;r..:-.-.OeC23 -SANTA-
ISABEL .. .. .. ...'.Oct 30
S. Pacific Ports
2-0556- 2-0557 1
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ter. As Rova 1 says. "There isn't
an easier boy on the field to hand-j
le. I forget au about ms money
until somebody reminds me about
it. Most times. I get the idea he's
just the same as I am dead
Fondren's teammates named
TROPHY WINNER Al Benton, a member of the Atlantic
Bkindivers, is shown with his trophy winning Dog Tooth Snap Snapper
per Snapper taken in last years skindivlng tournament. Al, as well as
other members of the Atlantic club will be competing for top
' prizes In next Sundays tournament at Fort San Lorenzo.
Burdette Calls Thursday's
4-Run Cushion' Best Gift
EDITOR'S NOTE: Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette brought Milweukie its
first World Series victory when
hi beat the Yankee for the
third time in the clastic, 5-0,
Thursday. He gives his impres impressions
sions impressions in the following dispatch.
By LEW BURDETTE
NEW YORK (UPi. I've re received
ceived received a number of good things
in my lifetime- but the hist gift
ever was that four run cushion
the bo vs save me in the third
That made my job easy. "'.
Ask any pitcher what he wants
most and he'll tell you it's a three
or four-run lead in .the early in innings.
nings. innings. That gives you quite a bit
or margin for error.
After those four runs, I never
really worried. All tried to do
j was -get the ball over the plate
and let them bit it. ami as long
as I had my -control, I figured
I'd have no trouble.
Truthfully, the Yankees didn't
bother' me when they started gett-
ing on me from the dugout m tne
late innings. They had pulled that
in the first game I pitched so. I
jvas more or less used to it
Pitching with only two days rest
I didn't particularly disturb me at
:the start and I'm certainly not
going to complain about it now.
There was no strain my'artn
at alL Sure, I felt e little tired
it the end, but I'm only human.
I'S-T-f SE rtmc, t thnurttlWm now than be back here
! about after that last olt bad bnl
'made was that the Yankees had
mde eve hits. That meant I
had pitched three sever-hitters In
this series. Maybe seven is my
ln.lr mi m Hap
I might still be out there pitch-Bowi
.. r : : i $ t a .i' -n. -.. j i .'.
him co-captain this season' and in
th first two games it was his run
ning and occasional passing which
produced victories over, ueorgia
and '.Tulane.' ::.";, ?.&;',
But when Foftdren led Lamar
High of Houston -to its first state
schoolboy championship in 1953,
he created all sorts of prob'ems
for recruiters. There w a s n t a
Texas school that didn't want him.
Oklahoma was more than mildly
But what can a coach promise
a kid like this? Name it and he
can pay double fir it. Example:
The million.doHar library at Rice
institute is a gift from the Fon Fondren
dren Fondren family, r
4 To ton it o.'f. Walt said to Texas'
Price, who approached him, "If
you re limited on scholarships and
I'd. be taking one away
other boy, Irll pay my
Geology was the major interest
and Walt chose Texas for it For
two seasons he was the closest
thing to a one man offense the
Southwest had. One of those stop stop-and
and stop-and go, shoulder faking, break break-way
way break-way artists, he scored 96 points.
This season, running Royal's
split T. he threw only sparingly
in the first two games complet
ing six out of seven, one for a
While the nation is being flood flooded
ed flooded with Texan stories ("Got me
a small farm ... only 'bout 200
acres. They call It downtown Dal Dallas")
las") Dallas") Fondren would never make
one of them.
When he was- married last
spring in a big social affair at
Houston' he and his bride took
a quick trip, then came home so
Wait could enroll in summer
school. He lives in a modest apart apartment
ment apartment and drives a low-priced car.
He is in school for an educa
tion,' plans to go for a master's
It is to be doubted, you see,
that Fondren would go into pro
football. Unless, of course, he buys
1 4 J
ing, though, if not for- Eddie Mat'
He's the cuy that sot us off fly'
ing with his two-run double in the
third inning, but I'm talking about
that honey of a play he made on
Bill Skowron to wind up this thing.
when Eddie came Up with Skow Skow-ron's
ron's Skow-ron's smash and touched third, I
said to myself, that's all there is,
there ain't no more.
One more thing about the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees getting on me from their dug dugout.
out. dugout. I think it was Joe Collins
who yelled something about me
throwing spitter. I'm pretty sure
I know why he did it. He was
orobably trying to rattle me.
He didn't bother me,t hough. You
know the old saying: Sticks and
stones and- so on. N
Anyway, I ain't mad at nobody
Ilo Early Closings
NEW YORK (NEA Before
the first World Series game. El El-die
die El-die Ford, the Yankee starter, w I -ed
out of the Yankee dressing room
and was accosted by Pete Sbeehy,
the clubhouse boy. 7
I've sot 'Some pictures I need
autographed for. people." Pete4
said, vwouid you oo uem tor
"Sure, Ford said. -.
"Now?" Sbeehr askedi
- "Sure," Ford said, "I'd rather
" mnmg oomgit."
STRIKING POWER v :
' Boulder, Colo. (NEA) Colore
do has seven of the top eight
backs .from last year's Orange
T1UTTDITIT lf1lL'l ..... I H
Wolesley Super Sports while Ed Henry assists whn the jack. Thsse '.d othe" high Jlnkej-.-took
place on the Istlunian Sports Car Club's ecpnomy run on Sept. 22.
' (Photo: c. Eugene Thiel)
7927, The Year Globetrotters
Were Born, Was Eventful One
rrks. rtt 1Q!7 iatU thf thir-
i;ti Kifthrlsu nf thn fahulous Har
lem Globetrotters basketball team,
...h;.h uill nmo tn Pnnsma to Dlav
at La Macarena Bullring on Oct. 14.
The greatest basketball team me
world has ever known was born in
1Q97 That wns in nVPTltflll Year
throughout the world. That was
the year a slim youngster named
Charles A. Lindbergh became the
first to make a solo transatlantic
flight; Leon Trotsky was booted
out of the Communist rany; uene
Tunney retained his world heavy heavyweight,
weight, heavyweight, boxing Jack Dempsey in
turning the triCK, ana uaoe um
omoToH tho Ampripnn snortinS
world bv hitting a record 60 home
runs in baseball.
It was the year wireless teie teie-nhnns
nhnns teie-nhnns cprvim was iuasurated be
tween Europe and America, the
year Mussolini puuitsneu a circul circular
ar circular emphasizing Fascist government
and 80,000 young Italians, aged 18,
were induced into the Fascist ar army;
my; army; Princess Charlotte, sister of
Leopold II of Belgium, and Klaus
Bernsten, premier of Denmark,
That was the year that saw the
end of the Inter-Allied Commission
of Military Control in Germany
and the problems of that country
were placed under the jurisdiction
of the League of Nations; Princess
Juliana of the Netherlands attain
ed political majority and became
a member of the Council of State;
Captains Charles Nungesser and
Frances Coli left Paris on their
flight to New York and were lost
at sea; London abrogated its trade
agreement with Russia; Masaryk
was reelected president of Czechos
lovakia; King Ferdinand of Ro-
J& Now with or without filter
Relax ... The next act will be better. . Meanwhile, why
not light up a soothing Kool. Here's a cigarette that's just
packed with smoking pleasure . That's because Kools are
. made with the world's finest tobaccos plus refreshing
Ana Kools are now available with or without filter!
They're fresher, too, because they're made right here
in Panama. Only,,
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U Tl M f I I 1 I) T I U I 1 rHIMIlVI
mania ended his reign and Michael
I became King.
The year, the Globetrotters were
born also witnessed the first flight
from Paris to Senegal, 2700
miles in 25 hours by Capt. Coste
and Lt. LeBrix; the League of Na Nations
tions Nations declared a stale of war end ended
ed ended between Poland nnd Lithuania
and President Von Hindenburg re repudiated
pudiated repudiated Germany's responsibility
for World War I.
Yes, that was the year a 24-year-old
Chicagoan named Abe Saper Saper-stein,
stein, Saper-stein, five feet three inches tall
and weighing 120 pounds, launched
a basketball team, named it-the
Harlem Globetrotters. And theirs
Willy the Penguin says:
Don't get hot .
H IT 1 1 1 II' K flT T mm Irl ITTl n H I HilJI
is a success story unequalled in
the annals of the sport. Today this
Trotters are known all over the
world; they have been cheered and
applauded on every continent.
Tickets may be obtained at thei
Kiosko Santa Ana, Salon Estadio;4
Restaurante Iberia, Hotel El Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, La Palmita and the Club
q JORDAN HONORS YANKS;;.
AMMAN, Jordan (UP) Ameri
can servicemen wishing to visn
Jordan will be permitted to enter
the country on thoir mi'itary iden identity
tity identity cards without passports, tour tourist
ist tourist department sources said 'to 'today.
day. 'today. American servicemen are the
first foreign troops accorded this
facility, the sources said.
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THE PANAMA'MRIWN'wAN INDEPENDENT, DAILT NEWSfAPEl ';':tti 'vr.-l'V.'''; .; .:.ip-' i'T "V--; 8
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 495T
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THIS SPAOE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box M Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da PI Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-173.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and largo
baach house. on mil past Ca Ca-ino.
ino. Ca-ino. Phone Balboa 1866.
For reservation at ftrapnel's San Santa
ta Santa Clara, alo regarding sale of
property. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: Spaea for office.
Compania da Seguro building in
Campe Alegre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleanerman, big apace
for parking 26 M2. T.I 3-0136.
FOR RENTi Commercial lite
on Jusro Aroemena Avenue No.
37-11, "Marysol" building. Will
make arrangements according to
your wish. Phone 2-2341.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
living room, dining room, elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, swimming pool at Cerro
Asul, $100.00. Inquire, 8th
ttreet No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: Furnished three
bedroom two bath large fenced
in yard ideal for children. Avail Available
able Available Dee. 1 8 to March 1 8. 94th
St. San Francisco. Phone 3-3885.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
for just one person. $25.00.
;TO STUDY IN LONDON Hu-
got Navarro, chief architect of the
planning and rural housing pro program
gram program of the Institute for Econo Economic
mic Economic Development (IFE) is leav leaving
ing leaving Panama for London this
month to study housing prob-
l.inc in nritain and British
overseas territories. He will
spend three months in England
with the Ministry of Housing,
thje London County council, and
the Basildon and other new
town corporations, the Building
Research station, the Tropical
Building Research office of the
Colonial Office, the Royal In Institute
stitute Institute of British Architects, the
Architectural Association ana
the Town Planning institute.
The Institute for Economic
Development has made it pos pos-ini
ini pos-ini for Navarro to undertake
' this interesting course of study
oy graining iiiiii i-w" u'"""
Hive. The program has been ar arranged
ranged arranged by the British council In
London through the medium of
tb British Embassy In Panama.
' '' BURDETTE "SWEETEST"
1 Chicago ap The Retail
Candy Institute is sending Mil Mil-dukee
dukee Mil-dukee Braves pitcher Lew Bur Bur-dene
dene Bur-dene a 27-pound box of candy.
Named the "sweetest man of the
year," Burdette will get one pound
of. candy for each inning he
pitched against the Yankees in the
' -v World Series.
The entire line of Jan tun, tun clothes for 1958, valued at
SIMM, and individually hanjered in 60 boxes weighing
. 2.481 awaaela was recently flown from Philadelphia, to
Saa rancUce via HAL for the week-long Jantzen Inter International
national International Convention.
ATTENTION, a I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
' Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 closets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th. St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423.
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:. Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386 New Alhambra Apartments
10th street Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms,, living room,
dining room, hot water, $135.
One bedroom furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $50.00. East 43rd street
No. 27. Inquire, 8th street N-.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, hot water, garage.
East 41 street, corner of Justo
Arosemena, $200.00. Inquire,
8th street No. 5-30. Phone ? ?-2718.
2718. ?-2718. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livingreom, dining room,
hot water installation, maid'a
room with bathroom, garage. Eu Eu-sebio
sebio Eu-sebio A. Morales Avenue No. 5
El Cangrejo. $115.00. Inquire
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
maid's room, garage. Cristina
Building,, Manuel Maria Ycaxa,
Campo Alegre, $115.00. Inquire
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. I
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
new building, maid's, bathroom.
East 45th street No. 4-166,
$60.00. Inquire 8th street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR SALE: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
porch, qarage, hot water. "J"
street El Cangrejo, $85.00. In Inquire
quire Inquire 8th street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Duplex
house, garage. San Francisco.
Call Garnboa 6-206.
FOR RENT: Modern "Duplex"
two bedroom apartment. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished or unfurnished. Near El
Panama Hotel in Campo Alegre.
Telephone 3-3379 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apar apar-menr,
menr, apar-menr, Large porch, livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen, laundry,
garage and storage room. 'Screen-;
ed, hotwater. Exclusive residen residential
tial residential section. For further informa information
tion information call 3-1650 during office
hours or 3-2608 after office
hours or holidays.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living, diningroom, inde independent
pendent independent service. 86th St. San
Francises No. 6. Near Roosevelt
FOR RENT: Cool modern three
bedroom apartment in Duplex
House. Upper floor, largo kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's quarter, hot water
and garage included. El Can Can-qrejo,
qrejo, Can-qrejo, Jose Marti No. 6.
FOR RENT: Small apartments,
completely independent. "Via
Monumento Roosevelt." Phono
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via
Porras No. 90. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Automobile
Row. $75 monthly. Telephone
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments
ments apartments and rooms, moderate rent.
1 5th street No. 6, San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. FOR RENT: Atractively fur furnished
nished furnished cool, two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished apartment sea view,
children's play area $125.00.
LEAVE VOlia AD WITH ONE OP OUR AGENTS OR Ot'B OtFICKS AT 13-S7 -H" STREET. PANAMA- LIBHKiJIA fKt:tlADO--l StmltfllO. -P51m
INTERNAL. Dfc PLBI.ICACIONKS-Ne 3 Loltrry Plaza CA8A ZALDO-Cenlr.l Ave. 45 tOURPES fHARMACl-IJW -U 1U", hi"t.tA
BARUO-No 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. 1 SL LEWIS SERVICE Ave Ttvolt No. 4 a) FARMACIA LSI ADOS WNlOJ4 Centejl Ave
t AKMAC1A LUX 1M Ceatnl Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. To. ae Is Osse Ave. No. 41 OTO DOMT-rJulo Arosemene Ave, end S3 rAsnuuM
VAN-DER-J1S-W Strees No. B PARMACIA EL BATtlRRO PrD Ulevre I Street f ABMACtA AS Via Porree III NOVEDADES 4TMIS
the Bella VUU Tbeatro. O COLON:
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Special
'hard-top), fully equipped, in
excellent condition. $1,900.00.
Call Fort Kobbe 4204.
FOR SALE: 4 door Plymouth
sedan (1950). Good condition.
$300.00. 0764-K Balboa. Phona
FOR SALE: Late 1952 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Bel-Air powerglide, new
tires, rubberised undercoat, two
tone green, mechanically perfect.
Phone, Home 5-488 Office 5 5-189.
189. 5-189. FOR SALE: 1951 Morris 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, 36 miles par gallon $300.
Phone Clayton 87-2245.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
hardtop coupe, R and H over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. $500.00. Call 25-2238.
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobilo
tudor sedan. Excellent condition.
Original owner $650.00. Phono
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8
convertible Ford-A-matic, radio,
air-blower, bumper guards, side
mirrors, tinted windshield, ws,
power brakes, etc. 20,000 miles,
see anytime at 5615-C, Hodges
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac Ca Carolina,
rolina, Carolina, hydramatic, radio, heater.
$650.00. Navy 25-2491.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 4-door se sedan.
dan. sedan. Excellent condition, $500.
Phone 2-1662 or 5511 -B Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. FOR SALE; 51 Buick Riviera,
radio, duty paid, original owner.
$500.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: 1956 Fordomatie
station wagon. $2000 cash.
Pyle St. 3-3050.
the MrLevy way. Body Massage,
Exrerrislni; Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained pperators for ladies
nd gentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. S3 -48
Tel. 3-2217 ...
i i. nun
(Across Banco Nacional)
Gibraltar T.ife Ins. Co.
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama r-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phonos 2 245 1 22562
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Claasaa daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
at' by appointment.
155 Central Ave.
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th St. No. 6-J5
Across from the Lax Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
For military and civil service
personnel only in C.Z. write er
phoae for tnlmation Phil Wei
er. General Arent Phoae' t-7S
Bex J114 Paaajai.
$6.00 per hundred
Central Avenue 12.165 Tel. 431
FOR SALE: Small upright Mal Mal-lory
lory Mal-lory piano; Royal portablO typo typo-writer;
writer; typo-writer; blackboard; mistelan mistelan-eous.
eous. mistelan-eous. 2308-B Las Cruces, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Twin oak dressers,
twin oak chiffoniers, youth's
chitforobe, dolly set, mahogany
bedroom suite with twin beds
and double chiffonier, 9 cuft.
porcelanian Westinghousa ice bo
in very good condition, 54x54
metal dining table, 54x36 metal
dining table, metal buffet, fiesta
ware dishes, Rattan desk ane
chair, steel glider, tables, book
shelf, misc. articles 1951 4 4-door
door 4-door powerglide Chevrolet. Tel.
FOR SALE: Save moneyl Buy
Clayco building blocks. 4"x 12"
xI2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco fir Alfareria, S.
A., Via Espafia No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0 16Q.
FOR SALE: Glider, outdoor
furniture, plants, coffee maker,
portable typewriter, bamboo
chair and table, miscellaneous.
Phone Balboa 3250. House
Are you the right direction for
your auto repairs? Go to 16th.
St. Melendei. Garage Johnston
guaranteed auto repairs. Phono
, FOR SALE: 2 Northill agua
lungs and regulators $130.
each. Rubber speargun $20.00,
small spring gun $10. Color Color-master
master Color-master projector screen $20.
Upholstered rocker chair $25.
Phone 3-5362 offer 5 p.m.
WELL ROUNDED The lat latest
est latest in modern building; design
is this apartment. Helix. The
circular building, designed by a
New York architect, has great
flexibility 12-room apartmentj
can be turned into 3-4-room
apartments in a few hours. It
provides large outdoor areas.
HARRIMAN HITS FAUBUS
NEW YORK (UP) Gov. Ave Ave-rell
rell Ave-rell Harriman predicts coinage of
the word "Faubus." Harriman, a
Democrat, said the word will be
added to dictionaries to describe
"an office-holder who has degrad degraded
ed degraded the responsibilities of. his of office,
fice, office, and who has demagogically
aroused the prejudices of the peo people
ple people for his own- personal advan advantage."
tage." advantage." Harriman offered hit pre prediction
diction prediction and definition while charg charging
ing charging that Arkansas Gov. Orval E.
Faubus, also a Democrat, was
primarily to blame for the Little
Rock school integration crisis.
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Cuban Airmail Stamp Marks
FA As first ft-i.gnt
A special Cuban airmail stamp, cowmemorsUnt; Pan
American World-Airways' first flight 30 years fo bevween
Havana and Key West, Florida, is being; maue available
to collectors and stamp enthusiasts.
Through arrangements made by PAA with Cuban and
U. S. postal authorities, collectors may obtain appropriately
cacheted covers, cancelled In Havana on Octocer its, the
anniversary date, and backsUunped at either Key West
Collectors should send 21 cents (U. S. coin) for each
cover to Pan American World Airways, Mall Superintend Superintendent,
ent, Superintendent, P. O. Box B17, Miami 48, Florida. .The envelope
addressed to PAA also should contain the cover that is
to be returned to the senders All envelopes mast be re re-eeived
eeived re-eeived in Miami- not later than midnight October 21.
, The flight 30 years ago over 111 miles of sea in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated airmail service between Cuba .and the C. S.
It was the first overseas flight by a U. S. flag carrier
and set the stage for the virtual shuttle service PAA
operates today between Havana and Miami.
The special stamp bears the inscription i "Key West-
Ma bans, inauguration eorreo aereo Oct. it, 1927." De Depicted
picted Depicted on It are Cuba, the lower part of the Florida pe peninsula
ninsula peninsula and the plane that made the first flight, a Kokker
F-VH plane with the PAA insigna.
PAA has cooperated with philatelists for years and
many collectors have first flight covers commemorating
the opening of PAA routes to countries La aU parts of
the world. ," .
FOR SALE: Complete furnish-,
ings for 3 room apartment with
refrigerator and stove T I -352
4th of July Avenue. Phone 2-.
FOR SALE: Bendlx and Ken-1,
mors washing machines, Moto Motorola
rola Motorola TV 17 inch, 60 cycle $50
each. Phone- Clayton 87-2245.
FOR SALE: -Sears automatic
washing 1 macbine, new in car carton.
ton. carton. $275.00. Tel. 86-5211
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: G. E, Radio-phonograph
consols, with 3 spead Gar Gar-rand
rand Gar-rand changer, beautiful cabinet.'
Phone 2-1662 or 5511 -B Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. $150. n ?
FOR SALE: Hollywood double
bed, $40.00, trade for 25 cycle
refrigerator. 0922 Amador Road.
FOR SALE: Custom made, din dining
ing dining room, living room and bed bedroom
room bedroom furniture with king-sised
double bed, foam rubber itiat itiat-thress
thress itiat-thress and box spring,, All under
six months old. Excellent buy
for those interested in finest
quality. Call Panama 1-6589
weekday. 12-2 p.m. or 6-8
FOR SALE: Cheap. 3 dining dining-room
room dining-room sets, 2 livingroom sets, 2
double beds with spring and
mattress, 2 youth beds, 2 chest
f drawers, ons dresser. Call
08765. Bldg. "21" Franco
Field. Can be seen Sandy 1p..
m. to 5 p.m. or. weekday oven-'
US Satellite Must Go Up Soon,
Or Republican Party Will Fall
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Unit United
ed United Sta.te plan id begin net De December
cember December the firing of test satelites
into outer Apace is in line with
urgent ftepublican political necesr
If it is a succesful firing and
it better be the U.S. Sputnik will
be in oufeT space when Congress
reassembles here in the first week
Anything snori 01 me successiu'
loiinohino n! a snarp satellite bv
the United States before Congress
. 1 11 tx: ....
reconvenes wouia leave ine aiseii aiseii-hower
hower aiseii-hower administration in a bad
Next year i an election year in
which the foreseeable trouble for
the Republican Party and the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administraton a 'ready
is suficient to eive party men the
On the record of the current fis fiscal
cal fiscal year to date, the Eisenhower
aHminictratinn i lin a hi to hold
the spending line at the point
where tne fresioenr. msisiea mai
his department heads hold it Nei Neither
ther Neither the President nor the Budget
Bureau offers more than faint
hope and good intentions toward
reducing spending ana taxes in uie
immediate years to come. 1
Eisenhower must come up with
new budget figures next January.
Another spending program ot 7U
billion dollars or more with no tax
relief seems to be m the works.
It wis"! invite all over again- next
year the high tax, high spending
rebellion of 1957
That would be trouble enough
for any lot of politicians but there
is more. Inflation is still with us
making the high cost .of living
higher month by month.. Elements
of the U.S. Army remain on duty
in Little Rock. Ark., and none
knows how they may, fina'ly, be
got out of there
Moreover, the most severe test
of the Supreme Court's order for
the racial integration of public
3-.inut;' car wash $1, steam ;
debiting; of motor $5, waxing of
, cars $5. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isth-.
mian Highway near Sears.
Tho ttotf diDnors ami drinks
dre served in our modern alr alr-conaitionoo
conaitionoo alr-conaitionoo catoteria, grill and
bar. ( Wotoi Interrnacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata i do Meyo.
AUDY ROGERS, epert hair
stylist . 20 'years experience
recent Stateside arrival,, has
brought the latest .stylos and
mothods to Ganell's Beauty Shop.
Fred Sill To Speak
Tuesday at YMCA'i
"The Panama XlanaJU-then and
now" will be the subject of the
second in the Outdoor Adventure
serh;s at the Balboa YMCA-USO
on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Fred
De V. Sill will be the speaker.
It is planned to show movies of
the f early construction days and
slides covering the present Canal.
Sill came to the Isthmus in 1907
as a civil engineer and is thor:
oughly familiar with thr early his history
tory history of the Cansl. Later he be became
came became Director of Admeasurement
and is now retired.
One of the. ways in which he
maintains his active interest in
the Panama Canal is through his
lectures and commentaries on
large passenger ships as they tran transit
sit transit the Canal.
The public is invited to the "Y"
Tuesday evening and the lecture
is free.'',v : f. 7 1
schools til- is to come inther
Deep South. ''la those., states the
people appear to be solidly be behind
hind behind the determination of their
state officials to undertake mas massive
sive massive resistance. ;
There mav he snm nn!ittal
comfort for Republicans in the
possiDiiuy mat tne Dispute over
racial integration nf nnhtin arhnnlc
will lure northern millions of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes into the Republican Party.
Aside from that, the' Republican
prospect in next year's congres congressional
sional congressional election is grimly unpleas unpleasant.
ant. unpleasant. Eisenhower achieved two per personal
sonal personal triumphs in the presidential
elections o 1952- and 1956. The
Republicans won a spratrh AaM.
sion in the 1952 congressional con contest
test contest but were Voted out of con congressional
gressional congressional power in 1954 and even
last Vear. when F.isnnhnnwr
piling up his presidential points.'
tn tne year since lus reelection
in 1956, Eisenhower's personal
popularity has slipped: Democrats
no longer fear to make personal
inimical attacKS on him. Republi Republican
can Republican politicians are critical and the
word in Washington is that the
party organization, coast to coast,
is in disrepair.
The Republicans are the con congressional
gressional congressional outs and should be on
the po'itical offensive as the off off-year
year off-year campaign approaches But
that is not the way the cookie
crumbles. What used to be re regarded
garded regarded widely .as the Ghmd Old
Party is back to the wall in de defense
fense defense of the modern Republican
administration and of .its minority
position in Congress.
New Propram Hours I
Announced By CFN
The Carihhn Mt t.
CFN) has announced program
changes hi their coming radio-television
schedule which will go in
to eueci tomorrow.
Panorama fnrm.rlv v
long, show, has hen lengthened to
O"" and onp-hulf hnnrd Tha iluin
Will row get-underway at '5:30
the Armed Forces Hour.
The Phi 1a4lT' a Klavnb- a
rm. Kiddie's Korner and Trad-
w rost. has bi moved bask
irom s p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Bv ropolrriin two
t'I". the Atp. Force Pt"
Pnoema, rrv tn bow rfi rfi-h
h rfi-h he srne urodurt'on erso erso-"e'
"e' erso-"e' for V"h r"w -ntil de"v n
Mth rarfin end lv
f!ss, rV)yb' and toformativel
nour ana a naif. .
. i if v"1 7
Panormi segmrn's re as fn' fn'-los:
los: fn'-los: BiJlboard. from 5.30 to 5:45.
with movf echedule ani rl
aniw cr mftts: Rfrt from 1:45
to B.15 which bri" Lsterers no
to date on all military matters;
World News. :15 .to 30: Spot Spot-lieht,
lieht, Spot-lieht, from :30 to B 45. and Sport
Newi froo) :4J to 7. -:
PRAWIR "A." DIABLO
BOX 1 21 1, CRISTOBAL C.Z.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults TaensBers Protoans
Balboa 2-4239, Harnttt and
Dunn. r"7' v A '.:'.
RESERVE APPOINTEE After completing almost 11 years
of .active service In-the United States Army, Sfc. Robert A.
flscus, left, assigned to Service Company of the 20th Infantry,
was sworn into the Reserve, Officers Corps as a second Lieute Lieutenant
nant Lieutenant by -Col. Robert W. Garrett, commanding officer of the
20tlt Fiscus last assignment was as an ROTC instructor at
V Gettysburg College, Pa. (U.S. Army Photo)
Choral communion will t a k e
place at St. Peter's Church La La-Boca,
Boca, La-Boca, at 10.30 a.m. tomorrow, but
on the 'following Sunday- it will be
at 7 a.m. ; 1 ..
The change on the '20th is due
to the observance by St. Peter's
branch of the Woman's Auxiliary
of their 42hd,anniversary.?This is
the oldest surviving organization
in the parish;
Anniversary, plans incude a cor corporate
porate corporate communion that morning,
program and social in tne pansn
hall at 4 p.m., and Evensong at
7:30,. . ..
Guest' speaker on occasion of
the anniversary will dp Sister Es Esther
ther Esther Mary, an Episcopal nun who
is due to arrive from Puerto Rico
next week on a visit to this area.
District officers of the Woman's
Auxiliary; representatives from
other, parochial branches and from
parish organizations of St. Peter's
Church have been invited to the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
The First Baptist Church of
Balboa Heights has completed its
records of contestants, for Rally
Sunday which was held last week,
and will announce two familier
which are to be rewarded with
dinner at the Tivoli' Guest House
for bringing in a record number
of families to the 9.30 Sunday
School hour last Sunday
Other awards will be given lr
departments according to an an
nouncement by Kooert l. isnyaer.
superintendent of the S u n d a 3
The two morning services have
New Automobile Tire Used In
Landing 21 -Ton Airliner
1. ..- 4 - ii..nii .. i
Con t? ncntal Air Lines Oonvair Landing at 'Staple 'Staple-ton
ton 'Staple-ton Airfield, Denver, equfppeci With neW p. S.
Royal Master Automobile Tires.,; x
3 On Augnst 4, 1957, 4J,90-pcund Continental Air. Lines Con Con-vairw
vairw Con-vairw largest airplane that can be fitted with jtandard-sito
automobile tires roared on to the landing stria and taxied to
a halt.- On its nose landing; gear were two 7-5914 c. g. Royal
Master Tires! .": f' -'v 1
. These nearly 100 m p.h. lanaings-were mad to aenionswaHe
the asenndins new strength of this ml'hlsrst of moWr ear
tires. Tor, e this airner, the rew lT. 8. Ttryal Blaster took grk
man tinted the hifh-sreed Impae yoor 's tires might meet Hr.
ea the highway! ' 'r
Built on avtation-tire principles, wit op-to-the-minuto
Jrt-Plane Tire ConstrucUon, thU treat new' tire brings yon tho
larrest known restrrtn of strength and safety against all tilH
. i .'-.'.''-vn.-'. .'
U. S, Compi
npany needs 2, three-
bedroom bouses,; preferibly fur furnished
nished furnished for minimum of 6 months.
Call 3-3105 during office hours.
WANTED: Contax camera us used
ed used ll-A or lll-A body. Call J-
WANTED: For rent by North
American family, .within nex two
months, unfurnished 'four or
spacious three bedroom house.
Call Rambo, Balboa 2-2111.
been inaugurated and will conti continue
nue continue this Sunday, again at 8:30
a.m. and 10:40 a.m. Pastor W 1 1 1-liam
liam 1-liam H. Beeby will continue the
meesages in James. "The Word
a Magic Mirror."
Training Union will meet at
6:30 and the Evening Service at
7:30. The pastor's message will"
be, "Why Bible Believing Chris-
tians .Should Reject the R.S.V." iC
It has Been announced that on
the fifth-anniversary cf the R.S.
V., the jrevision committee h s s
added the Apocrypha to the te'
of the Bible. This was a great is issue
sue issue in the Roman Catholic church
centuries ago, and later became
a great Issue in the Protestant
churches during the IROO's. The
Apocrypha consists of 14 hooks
whoe right to appear in the Bi Bible
ble Bible has been a subjeel of contro controversy
versy controversy for centuries.
Nursery service is provided for
all services; the Children's Chanel
will hold their service only at the
DELAY PROVES COSTLY
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UP)8
"armer Emmett Carroll paid off
an .election bet he lost near'y 30
"ears aeo when he voted for Al
Smith; The wager was a banana
split. "I should have paid off
sooner," -. Carrol! said. "Banana
splits have gone up."
FIRES HIT AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY, Australia All open
fires were banned in New South
Wales 'today in an effort to stem
he area' wrost brush fires in 35
vears. One little girl ha? been fa fa-aliy
aliy fa-aliy burned, at least 17 homes, a
actory and a school destroyed,
'tid more than 2,000 squre miles
f grazing land scorched by the
ires fanned by high winds.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, 1957
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By TREVOJt SIMONS
Scoring; quickly in the third
quarter, after an uneventful
first half of play, the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Tigers posted a 6-0 vic victory
tory victory over the Green Devils
from Junior College at Balboa
. Stadium last night and took
the lead in the interschool
race for the 1957 title.
In a first half of play. In
which each team was able to
post only two first downs CHS
and JC continued to exchange
punts with College's Donald Al Alexander
exander Alexander civine the Green Devils
the best oi tne excnange wnn a
line exhibition of punting.
For the most part, Alexander
kept the Tigers within their own
territory and away from the
danger of scoring against J.C.
College's best penetration In
that first half of play was to the
Tleer 40 yard line, while Cristo
bal, on a long run by Bill Gib
son around right end added to
a Gibson pass to Wendy Sasso.
moved to within 29 yards of pay
But neither team was able
to put together more than a
mild threat and the second
period ended with the Tigers
on the J.C. 45. yard line.
Cristobal High kicked off to
J.C. as the second half begun.
On third down, with College on
their own 39 yard line, Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's Jon McGraw and George
Kirkland rushed in on quarter
back Gerry Dare, causine him
to fumble and the Tiger line-
back Russ Favorite recovered on
Junior College's 27 yard line.
Bill Gibson, Tiger halfback,
Bwept ardund right end for a
live yard gain and Keith Kulig
carried on the next play to the
Gibson, trying fto go over left
' tackle, was tossed for a loss of a
, Cristobal lost the ball on
downs, but were deep in J.C. Ter Territory,
ritory, Territory, so Donald Alexander, who
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BRIGHTON, England, Oct. la d ii-eedonv It .worked at home
(UP) prime Minister Haroidland abroad he said, through
Macmillan said toaay that U.S. 'propaganda and intimidation to
and British possession oi nuclear' weaxen tne west oy lear, sud sud-weapons
weapons sud-weapons "has deterred and still version of areas where our vital
deters the Soviet union from Interests are at stake, the per per-open
open per-open aggression," despite Rus-; version and arming of national
sia's sensational scientific sue- ism to serve Communist ends.
Macmillan, in his first speech
as premier and party leader" be
fore the- annual Conservative
We have to resist these tac
tics by every means In our pow power,"
er," power," he said.
Above all, we must not lower
convention here,; said the world our guard nor underrate our
triple, shield against Soviet Com Communism.
munism. Communism. i. :,r :t rv
. "First there is the community
of purpose and moral influence
or our own 'Commonwealth oi
nations," h said.
"Second, -there is the growing
solidarity of Western Europe.
SPUTNIK SPAWNS SONG
SIOUX CITY, Iowa, (UP) -Seep
- bop, man, it's out of this
world. Two song-writers have com composed
posed composed a new tune titled "Be My
Baby, Be My Satellite."
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
1 prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro graphic
Branch of the Panama Canal
High 88 85
Low 74 77
High 94 92
Lew 60 80
(max. mph) NW-10 NW-15
RAIN (inches) .02 .01
; (inner harbors) 83 83
SUNDAY, OCT. 13
8:01 a.m. 0:02 a.m.
6:30 p.m. 12:24 p.m.
CRISTOBAL COACH Luke Palumbo is carried off
after their victory over Junior college last night.
had sparked the first half withi
nis Dnmani punung 'was caiieu
in once again.
Alexander got the ball back to
the 50, but a Gibson pass, com completed
pleted completed to Wendy Sasso had the
Tigers driving once more to J J-C.'s
C.'s J-C.'s 33.
Then Bill Gibson uncorked an
other lone one, this time into
the waiting hands or Ed aoon,
who took the toss despite a pair
of Green Devil defenders right
on his neck, and was not halted
until he reached the J.C. 10 yard
Gibson, still taking to the
air, heaved another one, this
time to halfback Jimmy Brooks
in the end zone for the only
score of the game.
the field by exuberant Cristobal players
Keith Kulig's attempt to kick
for the extra point was blocked
by- Ken Morris.
Cristobal threatened o n c e i
more when Alexander got off his
only real bad punt of the night
from his own 28 to the 36, but
lost the ball on downs.
The winners muffed another
excellent scoring opportunity
late in the third period, when
thev recovered a fumble by Jim
Morris on the J.C. 20. An inter-!
cepted Gibson pass, taken by
J.C. quarterback Dare erased;
The game lulled along
through the fourth quarter I
until the time-keeper signaled
that four minutes were left in
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KEITH KULIG (21) Cristobal back Is nailed by Carl Meissner
(5) of Junior College as he ran back J.C.'s 4th down kick
early in the first quarter.
On the first play with four on the Tiger 44 and begun a
minutes remaining, Gibson fum-, drive thait was halted only by
bled and Ken Morris recovered : the gun that ended the game.
With Bill Hatchett taxing over
the quarterbacking for College
and on a series of pitch-outs
first to Dare, then Jack Ham Hammond
mond Hammond and then to Dorman Ful Fulton
ton Fulton who went through right
tackle, College had a first down
on the Tiger 34. Hatchett was
through the miaaie slicing off
five more yards and then tossed
a pass to Jack Hammond that
carried the drive to Cristobal's
30 yard line.
On a hand-off to Jim Morris,
the big junior college halfback
was over the left side to the Ti
ger 26 and another first down.
Hatchett had the ball down to
Cristobal's 21 as the gun sound sounded
ed sounded that ended the last-ditch-try
and the game.
The Tigers now prepare to
meet the C.Z. champs in two
Their vital statistics in the
Junior College game showed
them superior in every respect.
They posted five first downs
to College's four.
Junior College fumbled five
times and were able to recover
only once while Cristobal re recovered
covered recovered one of their two fumbles.
In the air, Bill Hatchett was
is now in a state of "continual
Cold war, we call it, a nti-
er-endine struggle between two
opposing forces," he said.
He said communism cnaneng-
Eke Set Dangerous
Tells 47 Governors
ATLANTA, Oct. 12 (tJP) Geor
aias Gov. Marvin Grilfin ha
warned the nation's 47 other gov governor
ernor governor that the sending of Federal
troops nuo Little Rock, Ark.,
"transcends integration or segre segregation"
gation" segregation" and may set a precedent
in the States' internal matters.
Griffin sent telegrams to the
governors yesterday. In them
he voiced in general the &. n t i i-ments
ments i-ments of other angry Southern
leaders who have -called the Pres President's
ident's President's action a violation of state's
"Regardless of the merits or
demerits of the present situation
in Little Rock, the occupation of
that state by Federal troops de
stroys its sovereignty, Griffm
"The question now resolves it
self into one of Federal power ofi
a strong central government a-
gainst states rights," he said.
The situation casts aside the di
vision of powers guaranteed by
the founding fathers in a written
In Virginia, Sen. Harry F. Byrd
D-Va.) predicted last night that
Virginians would close their schools
rather than see them integrated.
Byrd threw his support behind the
gubernatorial canaicacy of for former
mer former State Atty. Gen J. Lindsay
Almond and sharply focused the
approaching election on one issue
the best method to maintain ra
On the other side of the integra
tion issue, Koy wiiKing told anL
audience m Charlotte, N.C., that
the state's school integration plan
was actually devised to "hold the
line of segregation with the least
Macmillan said Britain had a
4 Soloists To Be
Featured In Bach
Opus On Thursday
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f Four -soloists will be t featured
next week Thursday in the inter
pretation- of Bach's Brandenburg
Concertos Nos. 4 and 5 by the Na National
tional National Symphony Orchestra at the
One of the soloists is .violinist E E-laine
laine E-laine Canalos Wui.der'ich, who is
well known in both Panama and
the Canal Zone.
Other soloists on the ; program
will be flutists Eduardo Charpen-
tier, director of the Repub'ican
Band, and his son, Eduardo, Jr.,
who will also conduct the orches orchestra
tra orchestra in Karl Maria Von Weber's
overture to the opera "Der Freis-
cnui? ai me oegmning oi me con concert.
cert. concert. Pianist Rene Brenes, who' com
bines a career as an architect with
his piano playing, will be t h e
fourth soloist with the National
Symphony, under the baton of
Herbert de Csgstro.
Tickets may be reserved at the
f ine aits ueparimeni, xe". 2-ozo.
Plane Crash Kills
Five US Executives
not altered this strategic fact."
. Third, there
with the u s."
He said that the United States
and Britain Jointly are deter
mined on "one. vital aspect of
defense. XI mean, of course, the
nuclear bomb." s
"Nobody can deny that It has
been the West's possession of the
bomb which has deterred and
still deters the Soviet union from'
open aggression," Macmillan
In obvious reference to the
launching of the Soviet earth
satellite and Moscow claims to
possessing the intercontinental
balljstic missile,- he added;
.,-, .''Even the most recent devel-
MANILA, Oct. 12' (UP) The opments, however,, startling, have
eldest son of pnuippme Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Carloa P. Romulo and five
American business executives
were, Wiled in Friday nifrht's
nlane Wash because of violations
or two air regulations, civu Ae
ronautics Administration sourc
es hinted Saturday nl&ht
Thesm sources saw tne wage-"
dy could have been avoided had
the Philippine aviation develop development.
ment. development. Beechcraft plane not vio violated
lated violated CAA regulations by flying
at night without the necewpry
oermit from the administra
tion's safety control board and
by Xlylng "very low."
Those killed in the crash were
Attorney Carlos Romulo, Jr.,
Col. Paul "Pappy" L. Gunn, pi
lot and Philippine Aviation De
velopment company general
manage Allen O. Gorman, pres
ident of the Finaiay Miliar Tim
ber Company and senior law
partner of young Romulo, Ralph
L. Tover, vice-president of the
same firm. Zane- Duncan, an
executive' of the US. Plywood
Company, and Harold 'Broad,
president of the plywood firm
Rainbow City Council
For Nov. Elections
Peace In Middle East Threatened
By Lack Of UN Emergency Funds
UNITED NATIONS, NiY.,' Oct.
12 (UP) Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold warned to today
day today that the Middle East peace
is threatened by a lack of funds
for the United Nations emergen emergency
cy emergency force,
JACK HAMMOND (2) of Junior College is brought down by
Cristobal's Wendy Sasso (6) after a fourth down kick by
tops percentage-wise with three
out of four passes completed.
Bill Gibson passed 14 times and
completed six while Gerry Dare
had no completions in two tries.
CRISTOBAL'S WENDO SASSO (6) Is tackled by Junior Colleges' CarVMessner (5' after' a
fourth down runback. Both, teams made numerous fourth down kicks la last night's game'
at Balboa stadium. '
At Sherman JVTC
Men of the 20th Infantry began
their initial quest for stardom yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning as an 11-man crew
from the Army Pictorial Center
on Long Island, N.Y. began pro production
duction production of the training film,
Vuhgle Operation,' at the Jungle
Warfare Training Center, Fort
The film, which is scheduled to
be completed by Dec. 15, is direct directed
ed directed by George R. McGowan. Both
civilian and military personnel
make up the production crew.
The movie will be concerned
primarily with individuals and
small units, and will be designed
to break down the average sol soldier's
dier's soldier's fear of the jungle and equip
him for more effective training.
The film will attempt to orient
individuals in protecting the m-
selves and how to be more com
fortable in the jungle. It will show
the construction and use of indi-
the construction and use of indi
vidual shelters, the protection
of his weapon, employment of the
individual and crew-served w e a a-pon,
pon, a-pon, camouflage jungle navigation
and how to find and adapt food
and water sources in the jungle.
In a 49-page report prepared
for the General Assembly, Ham
marskjold said the only thing
preserving peace between ,Is-r
raeland Egypt is.tbe 6,000-man
international army which stands
euard along the demarcation
line between the two.
The line is vulnerable and
"the quiet at any moment could
be broken," he said.
Hammarskjold said U.N. mem member
ber member states have contributed on on-Iv
Iv on-Iv $6,330,000 to UNEF since It
was set up last December. He es
timated the cost of operation to
the end of this year at S24,ooo. S24,ooo.-O0p.
O0p. S24,ooo.-O0p. He asked the United Nations
to contribute another $6,500,000
to reimburse in part the govern
ments which contributed troops.
He asked for an allowance Of
$20,000,000 to maintain the. force.
said all should pay.
The Urilted States has pledged
$3,260,000 if other states will
match It.' f l:
"Unless! indeed, the possibility
of UNEFauccesafully completing
its mission Is to be seriously jeo
pardized, it Is essentiaKthat this
vital United Nfttidns undertaking-be
assured, of the same de-i
srree and r.ertaintv ; of financial
support as aflorded;oJpther
U.N.' activities which have as
their purpose the maintenance
of security and peace," he said.
Residents of the Atlantic side
Latin American communities in interested
terested interested in becoming delegates of
the Rainbow' City Civic Council
are being urged by the,- nomina nomination
tion nomination committee to submit their
names for the Nov. 2 election
Candidates for ejection must
have attatined 21 years of age, and
must be a resident of the area
which they wish to represent.
A total of 30 delegates wil be
elected from" the five areas com comprising
prising comprising the council. Areas repre represented
sented represented on the Rainbow City Civic
Council are Rainbow City, Camp
Coiner, Si'ver, Heights, Camp Bierd
and Mindi family quarters.
Ten- delegates will represent
Rainbow City area; Eight for
Camp Coiner; Seven for Silver
Heights; Four for Camp Bierd and
One for Mindi. These areas con consist
sist consist of a total of oVer" 850 family
units, and the 30 delesates will h
elected by. the. residents for a one one-year
year one-year term-
Interested residents should con
tact Dave E. White chairman of
the nominating committee at 3-28-
oi, or the following members of
the committee, Owen B. Shirley,
William Jump or Keith Bowen.
For Visitors Tci US
Will Be Abolished
WASHINGTON (UP) Abolition
of fingerprinting for most foreign
visitors was timed to clear a big
obstacle in the way .of forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming U.S.l-Soviet talks on East-West
cultural exchanges, informed sour
ces said today. -v
The discussions are set for later
this month between Soviet amhas-
Thirty-two U.N. members nave gador Georgi N. Zaroubm and Wil-
contributed funds so far,' he Ilia m S. B. Lacy, special assistant
said, but others, including the to Secretary of State John Foster
Soviet Bloc, nave reiusea to
share the burden, Hammarskjold
REDS GET INVITES
TAIPEI, Formosa (UP) The
Natiinalist Chinese air force has
dropped safe conduct passes over
Communist Chinese air bases urg urging
ing urging Red pilots to defect to For
mosa, it was disclosed today. The
Daises were dropped over all ma
jor Red airfields along the south southeast
east southeast coast of the China mainland
Monday night. They promised Red
airmen freedom and rewards if
they would fly their planes to
San Marino Reds Surrender
Reigns To Christian Demos
SAN MARINO (UP) The Com
munisU yesterday unconditionally
surrendered the government oi
this storied republic to the Chris
tian Democrats but served notice
thev would try to get it back.
The end of unv !an Marino i i
years of Red rule came at a bit
ter 20 minute meeting between
representatives of the two parties
in downtown Kimmi, an uauan
resort on the Adriatic
The Communists finally stormed
out of the mectine. refusinf to
sign any agreement and refusing
to take part in the Christian
Democrats' new government
. Capital Occupies
The Christian Democrats im
mediately ordered Police Chief Et-
tore Sozziito take his 60-man police-force,
recruited from former
members of Italy's federal police,
up the mountain to occupy the
capital of the 1,600-year-old repub
What upset the Communists was
refusal by Christian Democrats to
accept back into Saa Marino's
grand council the 29 Communist
and Socialist members who re
signed Sept. 19. The Christian
Democrats said their places must
pe uiea oy tne next men on the
Communist Socialist electoral
Sozzi divided his men into three
groups. Their first job was to col
lect arms from the militiamen on
both sides to make sure no shots
are exchanged during the transfer
ox governmental power.
He planned to bring another 60
luiraer iianin ieaerai poucemen
into this tiny republic over the
weekend. All 10 of the Italians
were hired by the Christian Demo
Historic Memenf ..
It marked the first time a Com Communist
munist Communist government had left office
without fight in 37 years and
the first time since World War U
that Saa Marino was out from
under Red rule.
For the east. 10 davi this an
cient miniature republic hovered
pa the verge of civil war the
Communists retaining control of
the government palace and the
Christian Democrats establishing
headquarters la a nartly-fmished
factory six miles away. v
There were harsh words and
threats from both sides, iut little
action, the only casualty was a
who trippd and broke his
Dulles on East-West contacts.
The talks will range over a
whoie series of American, and
Russian proposals for closer con
tacts between the two nations as
a possible way to ease tensions
The United States Thursday an
nounced it was ending a la-year
old requirement that all non-offi
cial oreign visitors be finger
, Under the new regulations to
be issued formally this week end
or early next week, most visitors
coming to the United States for
less than a year will no longer
have to submit to fingerprinting.
Exceptions to the waiver are na
tions of Ecuador, Liberia and Peru
countries which require that
American visitors to their terri territory
tory territory be fingerprinted.
The principal objector to U.S.
fingerprinting was Russia, which
charged fingerprinting amounted
to an American Iron Curtain bar barring
ring barring Soviet and other citizens. j
Leads Pals Against
Hunter s Village
SAIGON (UP) A wounded ele-
ant led an assault on a South
iet Nam village killing three per-
Uoas and injuring 12 others, Sai
gon newspapers said tods v.
The enraged elephant first at
tacked the village alone and then
returned with seven other ele elephants
phants elephants for a massive assault, the
reports said j .
The elephant warfare destroyed
part of a village near Pleiku,
about 230 miles north of Saigon.
- According to the renorts. en
elephant wounded by a hunter
chased the man to his village. The
elephant battered the .hunter's
house, injuring five persons.
The hunter escaped injury and
fired several more shots at the
elephant The elephant fled but re
turned three hours. later with re-
n'orcements.; .. ,.
Tnese elephants zjiim three per persons,
sons, persons, injured seven others and
destroyed 23 houses, the news newspapers
papers newspapers said.
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