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

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2()th Infantry nulled In this 325-pound, seven -foot shark at Kobbe beach this week. Helping

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test line to land the shark. (U.S. Army Photo)

Richard Sanderson, Brewer used a 240-pduna

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Hurricane Helene Heading Wi

For Wilmington with 125 mph Winds
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. Spt. ?7 (UPI) Hurricane Helen swum? toward the north to today,
day, today, threitening the busy iort and resort city of Wilmington with its winds of 125 mph.
The Fropieal howler had vppear certain to smack inland slightly north of this popular
bat now-deserted resort town on the South Carolina seaboard, but it still was hugging the
m&at mm 40 miles offshore at 10 a.m. V

Plenty of advance warning from the Weather Bureau and civil defense authorities had
emptied the danger areas of practically all re sidents. Thousands fled inland or checked in at
numerous emergency shelters.

Long fishing piers here that cant beach and small fishiBH

Little KOCK VOt

a sneclal 10 a.m. bulletin from

the Weather Bureau said the
storm's center was about 41

statute miles southwest of Cape
Fear, N.C.

It was expected to hit close to
that spot during the afternoon.
Winds, jumped to gusts of 60
tnnh this mornins! in the Cape

Fear a?ea and gusts up to 90 mph
were eported at the Oak Island
Coas Guard station near there.
Further down the beach in the
vicinity of Myrtle Beach, winds
were ne higher than 50 mph.
' The hurricane was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by driving rain, whipped
to froth by the winds. George Georgetown,
town, Georgetown, south of Myrtle Beach,
had 2.5 inches.
Frying Pan lightship, the
nnfhm ouardian of Cape Hat-

teras, reported winds of 90 mph
In gusts this morning.
WHthtr Bureau warned

that tides would continue to
rise 7 to 10 feet above norm?!
r,H nrnhahiv higher in soms

spots between Myrtle Beach and

Hatteras during the aay.
CivU Defense authorities said
the evacuation of danger sofces
an the beaches was orderly in
most cases, but in some in instances
stances instances they had to threaten
forcible evacuation. No arrests
Were reported.

National Guardsmen were on

patrol to prevent looting of va vacated
cated vacated stores and homes.
Helene chose almost exactly
the "port of entry" as her old older
er older sister, Basel, a storm that
caused heavy damage three
years ago In the same area.
: Marks of Haiei's wrath still
were apparent.
Be Happy, To Avoid
Cancer, Medical
Officer Counsels

HEREFORD, Kflpland (UPlV (UPlV-Dr.
Dr. (UPlV-Dr. I. F. MacKensie, medical of officer
ficer officer for Hereford County, said
yesierday happier persons had
better change to avoid cancer.
In his annual report, MacKenzie
said canceir often followed disaster
bereavement, accident or emotion emotional
al emotional stress.
"This occurs so often it suggests
the emotional unset removes some

controlling force that has hitherto

kept in chec it the tendency to un

con rolled growth of cancerous
cells," he said.

Happiness, he added, "seems to

nave the power to keep malig

nant growths checked."

were washed away by Hazel and
later rebuilt were endangered ?,
gain.. The biggest swayed in th
winds.

The surf was running six feet
htah here but 12-f0ot waves

were reported further up the

coast hear Wilmington.

The area where the storm ap-,

peared headed was mostly va

warn.

About 100 National Guardsmen

and local authorities were keep keeping
ing keeping an eye on waterfront prop

erty and another 60 were stand-

lag by if needed. All non-offi

clal vehicles were turned back

by the Highway Patrol" 15 mile

from Myrtle Beach.

3 Deputy Assistants To President
To Replace Outgoing Sherman Adams

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27
(UPI) President Eisenhower

today appointed Maj. Gen. Wil Wilton
ton Wilton B. Persons to succeed retir retiring
ing retiring presidential aide Sherman
Adams.

The anoointment was an

nounced by White House Press
secretary James C. Hagerty,

who also said there would be a

redistribution of responsibilities

among presidential assistants
but would not call it a Hreorgan Hreorgan-ization.''
ization.'' Hreorgan-ization.'' J
persons, 62, was appointed
"finei-mi AssistAnt to the Presto

dent" Jan. 21, 1953, the day aft after
er after Eisenhower's first inautura-
tlon atxl was Riven the title of j
"The rjeoutv Assistant to thel

President," Sept. 5, 1953 a title
h still holds.
Hagerty said persons would
take over the Job from Adams
"as soon as an orderly transi transition
tion transition can be made."
He said he did not know how
soon Adams would be leaving
and would not try to -guess.
Adams resigned earlier this
week after he became the center
of a political storm for accent accenting
ing accenting lavish gifts from the New
England textile tycoon, Bernard

Goldflne. Adams said he was
acting partly to benefit the Re Republican,
publican, Republican, party at the polls this
November.

Haeerty said a new "overall
rienntv" will be chosen later to

assist Persons. This new Job will
not be comparable to the one

held heretofore by Persons be

cause his responsibilities were

limited largely to dealing with

congressional affairs.

Hagerty announced that Bryce

N. Harlow, now an administra administrative
tive administrative assistant to the President

would also be given the title of

Deputv Assistant, to the Presi

dent for Congressional Affairs, a

new title, to handle the duties

heretofore under Persona.

The White House had an

nounced previously that Robert

E. Merriam, former Assistant

Budget Director, had joined the

staff as Deputy Assistant for In Interdepartmental
terdepartmental Interdepartmental Affairs.
The sum of today's announce announcements
ments announcements meant that there would
now be three deputy assistants

where there formerly was only

one.

De la Guardia
Warns Unions
Not to Strike

President de la Guardia warn warned
ed warned representatives of four labor
unions yesterday that they ran

the risk of losing their jobs if

they went on strike for political

reasons.
He hi also quoted as saying
their organizations ran the
risk of losing their legal
charter to operate as labor
unions.

A meetine scheduled for last

nlaht by labor union represen

tatives to discuss the strikes
called by teachers and student

bodies nrotestlnn a proposed

change in the laws governing

education was not held.

yesterday, Education Minister
Carlos Sucre told a meetine of

parents that the government, is
doiner everything possible to

comply with the "Hilltop Agree
ment."
Sucre described the present
aituation as "very serious," but
he denied having threatened
to close down public schools if
the students plan to hold a
demonstration.

Meanwhile, President de la
Guardia and his cabinet gave
their approval to proposed coii-v
tracts with local ciearette "man

ufacturers on the establishment

of a two and a half cent pro
duction tax on cxaarettes.

It is estimated that thj :jjf
will Broduce $1,100,000 yearly

and tni be used to improve

scnooliniTIh the republic. The

tax was one of the points of the
agreement with which the stu students
dents students were appeased following
last May's disturbances.
It was agreed upon later by
local cigarette manufacturers
after certain details were work worked
ed worked out.
Police authorities continue

to search for weapons and am ammunition
munition ammunition which may have been
hidden by those who had plat platted
ted platted armed assaults on the Ve Ve-raguas
raguas Ve-raguas and David National
Guard headquarters, with a
view to eventually overthrow overthrowing
ing overthrowing th government.

The Secret Police reported

searching the home of Rodrigo

pinzon. 28. at Santiago, vera

guas, and find a empty wooden
late with a concrete botton in

which it is believed that weap
ons had been hidden.

Pinzon, who is. under arrest,
has denied ever having arms in

his possession.
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Margarita Street
Closed for Paving

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To Nix

NIGHT CLUB BECOMES CLASSROOM While two students

watch from the doorway, a group of Charlottesville, Va., mo

thers mop the floor of the "Chimney," a former night club,

which will be used for emergency classrooms as the Charlottes Charlottesville
ville Charlottesville Edhdation Foundation prepares to inaugurate a do-it-your

self school system in answer to the school integration crisis.
Teachers from the. public school system, still on the city pay payroll,
roll, payroll, will hold clases for the first through the seventh grades.

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Louisiana ocnoois uose
To Mark little Rock Day'

First Street In Margarita will be
closed to through traffic for ap ap-Droximatelv
Droximatelv ap-Droximatelv 10 days for repave-

ment with concrete beginning Mon
dav. according to an announce

ment bv the Engineering and

Construction Bureau.

The intersection of First Street

and Espave Avenue will be open

to provide access to tne JWargari

ta Gas .Station only.

MONROE, La., Sept. 27 (UPI
Thousands of northern Loui

siana school children in 20 par parishes
ishes parishes (counties) wer eturned out
of classes yesterday by school
officials to observe "Little Rock
Day," a protest against court
enforced integration of Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas schools.

School boards in all but three
parishes in the northern part
of the state closed white
schools "as a token of sympa sympathy
thy sympathy in support of the people
of Little Rock In their fight to
maintain segregated schools."

Negro children attended their

regular classes.

State Sen. William Rainach,
tiitizens' Council leader and

chairman of a legislative com

mittee on segregation, hailed the
holiday as a "tremendous dem demonstration."
onstration." demonstration." The council had

suggested the holiday.

Rainach said the school holi holiday
day holiday "shows massive resistance to

integration is much stronger

than anvbodv realizes," ana aaa

ed that with more notice all of

the northern parishes would

have called the holiday. :

Schools In Caddo Shreveport,

Morehouse Bastrop, and Ouachi

ta Monroe parishes, the mos,t

populous in North Louisiana
continued regular classes.
Parents continued to exer exercise
cise exercise the initiative they seized

1 3

MONREY BUSINESS Gabriel Alexander Mblyneux, 48 looks sadly at his wrecked car and
wishes he had run over the monkey he saw on Gamboa Road today. He was driving into Bal Balboa
boa Balboa with his wife, son and daughter when, about a mile out of Gamboa, he saw a momcey
run across the road. He slowed down to avoid it and was just accelerating again when a
Buick coming up behind rammed his car and flung"l:o the ditch, wrecking the rear end.
The driver of the other car, which was also extensively damaged, was Lcavell Floyd
Kelly, 44, who was taken to Gorgas Hospital with a chest injury. The Molyneux family sus sustained
tained sustained only minor injuries.

Today

wmm
Trying J
Expected

Segregation 7es'

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when state law closed three

schools in Virginia. President
Eisenhower offered encourage encouragement
ment encouragement to groups clamoring for
schools to be reopened.
Attorneys in Wash ington

were drafting incorporation pa papers
pers papers for a system of private

schooling for 1055 white student

at Front Royal, one of the Vir

ginia schools closed by Gov. J

Lindsay Almond.

Parents have expressed over

whelming support of the plan

Sponsors said it probably would

take as much as, three weeks U

get the system into operation.

In a letter to the head of

parents' group In Charlottesville I

ine president onerea encour,
agement and support to arrj

movement seeking to have the

schools put back into operation

"I fervently hope that soon
the schools will reopen and
that progress toward our goal
(equality) will resume," the
letter said.

Eisenhower said later he hoped

his position on the matter would

encourage groups Dotn in virgi

nU and Arkansas to put in

creased pressure on state and

local governments.

In answer to the President's

statements, the Virginia gover

nor said: "I wish so much the

president would have cqnsldered
the disastrous consequences of,
this situation before the solici solicitor
tor solicitor general appeared before th9
Supreme Court and demanded
the rights of the states be
siicken down."
Almond predicted that mor

school closings to preserve seg segregation
regation segregation are "inevitable."

Texas Teenagers

Smash Windshields
Of Negroes' Autos

TEXARKANA. Tex.. Sept. 28

UPI( ) About 300 high school
students who gathered at a down
town intersection when their foot football
ball football tallies were cancelled smash smashed,
ed, smashed, windshields and banged up the
cars of Negroes last night..
The teenagers broke tail lights,
ripped off radio antennas and mir mirrors
rors mirrors of even pars before police
broke up the crowd in the brief
incident.
Two 16-year-old boys were ar arrested
rested arrested for damaging the automo automobile
bile automobile of a Negro minister. Police
chased the youths on foot.
The minister was unhurt, al although
though although some of the other Negroes
received minor cuts from flying
glass and one white boy who push pushed
ed pushed his fist through s windshield
received a long gash on his wrist.
The I rouble started over two
football rallies that were cancel

led earlier in the week to prevent
just the kind of mischief that took
place last night.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 27 (UPI) The people
of Little Rock are voting today in an integration election
that the National Association for Advancement of Color.

ed People was trying to make pointless before the polls
closed.

Go?. Orval E. Faubus called the special election un under
der under a law which was passed bv a special session of the

Arkansas legislature among o group of anti-integration

measures, me law provides that integration will not go
into effect unless a majority of the qualified voters of the
school district not merely a majority of those voting-

approve it.

Faubus called the election after he closed the schools
Sept. 15, the same day the U.S. Supreme Court ordered
integration to proceed without delay.
The ballot, attacked as "misleading and inaccurate"
by integration leaders, had two choices for the voter: 'For
racial integration of all schools in the district," and "A-

gainst racial integration of alt Schools in the district"

Polls apenei at 8 a.m. and were to close at 6:30 p.m.
with atie of the largest turnouts in the history of school
elections in prospect. Thre W about 42,000 qualified
voters in the fnfotH I ?

Little Rock School superin superintendent
tendent superintendent Virgil T. Blossom said
that "mechanically," all four of
Little Rock's high schools can bs
opened Monday
ut' M safety measure, he
aam, the school board will con con-ue
ue con-ue "wrgency television
cusses through next week
nr?vO?f0,Vad the Rock
private school corporation- has
not approached the board about
teasing the schools 6
But the school board's leiral
staff advised the boarc that thU
must be its stand toWrd taut

Faubus pronounced the way
clear yesterday for operating
Little Rock's closed high schools

as private schools to avoid lnte lnte-gy.tion.
gy.tion. lnte-gy.tion. fheonly possible obstacle, he
said, is an integrationlst vote in

today's special election. Few
persons expect lntegrationists to

win.
Wiley Branton, chief attor attor-'
' attor-' ney in Arkansas for the Na
tional Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People,
said, he will demand broader
Integration orders than the
schools are under now, if they
become private.

As he sees it, the present
school board's gradual integra integration
tion integration nlan. which now includes

only high schools, goes out, oncej

The board leases tne scnows to
private corporation.
"Technically, we might have
more integration if they were
turned over to a private corpor corporation,
ation, corporation, although personally we
would have it because of our ob

jections to private control of the

schools," he said.
"But the minute the school
board relinquish control of the
high schools, we are going to
move against the junior high
schools because the plan has
been abandoned and the high
school phase is no longer un under
der under their control."

Wednesday Morning
for F. H. Sheibley

.-. j
Services at CorozAl Ceme'ery
have been set for 10 a.m. Wednes
day for the late Firmer 11. Sheib Sheibley
ley Sheibley who died yesterday at his
home in Panama Ci'y. Previously,
his body will bt cremated.
Mp. Sheibley would haVe been
S3 years old on Nov. 29. He was
one of the oldest American resi residents
dents residents on the Isthmus and was al also
so also among those of longest resid residence
ence residence here.
He came in 1896 to work for the
old Pacific Mail S eamship Com Company
pany Company but was better known for his
27 years with the United States
Government, and his long service
as Clerk of the U. S. District
Court. Ancon.
A member of the bar of both
'he Gsnal Znne and Panama. Mr.
Sheiblev had also been admitted

to practice before the Sth Circuit;

Court of Appeals in New. Orleans.
WILL ADDRESS DINNER
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, once promis promis-ing
ing promis-ing West Point haifbnik. will
speak at the first dinner of the Na National
tional National Football Foundation and

Hall of Fame in New York City

Oct. 28, the White House announc announced
ed announced Wednesday.

in we elec,0n today "suit
Voe requiring the public
schools to remain closed (SSfrsT
high schools must necessarily be
tentative, as the validity of th
jurisdiction to be rendered bv a
tionr C0IPtent Juristic!
Mm?' DlStrlct Judffe Joh"
Miller refused In Fort Smith
,TUrsi,ay t0 dvlse the
school board whether It can le le-Kany
Kany le-Kany lease the schools for bri.
vate operation. p
He also refused an NAACP re re-ouest
ouest re-ouest for an order forbiddine
thschool board to lease thl
.iudge MAller said actil on
either petition would have re required
quired required his rullne on the consti constitutionality
tutionality constitutionality of three state laws
and It takes a three-man court
to do that.
Out to Lunch
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Sept. 27 27-(UPI)
(UPI) 27-(UPI) E. .1. Evans, administrat administrator
or administrator of the lunch program of Little
Rock's four closed high schools,
summed up his problems this way.
"The food's fine we just need
some students."

Britain Joins
Soviets; Suspends
Nuclear Tests,

LONDON, Sept. 27 (UPI)
Britain in effect joined Russia
in suspending nuclear tests to today
day today leaving the U.S. as the only
atomic power which has still to
dr so.
Without fanfare, the Defense
Ministry announced "comple "completion"
tion" "completion" of the "current" test series
at Christmas Island.
A Defense Ministry spokesman
said later that the announce announcement
ment announcement meant in effect that Brit Britain
ain Britain had suspended tests "for the
foreseeable future."
The last' British nuclear de
vice was exploded in a balloon
over Christmas Island in the
Pacific. It was the fourth test in
a series which began Aug. 23.



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CHILD-BEATERS

Sir:-
liorrah for "Aching Ears" lor publicy denouncing the chad chad-beaters,
beaters, chad-beaters, in the Canal wne. i too .uggest an Aiwuciaaon for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Children, with a heavy fine or jail sentence
far Die guilty parent, or parents.
Locona is not the only area where bedtime is beating um&.
Residents of Ft. Kobbe are also subjected to the sounds of "reams
,f small children being beaten in many instances with a belt by
their parents. -' "v.
A few months ago, after. weeks of nightly beatings tendered to
one small child nearoy, I could bear it no longer. 1 telephoned the
worran responsible and begged her to' stop beating the child. Her
replv vas: "Well she starts crying, so I have to whip her to shut
h$r'up." The whippings served only to increase the wails and
screams rather than stop them, of eiiurse.
:ncc my phone. call there have been few nightly beatings in
that particular house. But chere are other bouses nearby where pa parents
rents parents helieve in ''the belt" most unmercifully.
Clt'kkx in child psychology and a court of domestic relations
are definitely needed here, so that the ignorant may become en enlightened
lightened enlightened and so that base cruelty to little ones may be punished
WVCrely Aching Herat.

TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE
Sir Sir-One
One Sir-One of Shakespeare's characters once said: "To thine own self
be true, and it must follow, as the night, .the day, thou canst nab
them be false to any man."
To be true to myself, I must tell the,. truth about my people.
Sometimes when I look about me and see how they act I wander
what is to become of them' in later years. I, as a Negro, feel sorry
for them. Here are some of the reasons why:
First, we are not wanted:
Second, we are being denied;
Most of all, we are being scorned.
This is because we have forgotten to pray Scma of us do so
only in pretence In everything We do we must be sincere both to
God and to ourselves
Walk around the streets of Panama City, R'.o Abajo, Paraiso,
Gambpa, Rainbow City and .Colon and what do you see? vice and
corruption. Listen to their tone of speech, their vile expressions.
Look at the chothes they wear a little hat of a si that would fit a
baby. A dance here, a Night of Run there. Open the door to any bar,
or an ylittle dive, and what do you see? Negroes, having what they
think is a good time.
To be, decent and respectsbl now seems to be tlje worst crime.
When a man puts on a nice shirt and tie and a well-fitted hat every everyone
one everyone looks at hims as if he came from Mars.
Let us ask God to help us so ihat we can be accepted among
other ias. Let us ask Him help us rebuild the culture that we
have lost, give us bacs our dignity and pride, so that we may bet better
ter better help the new generation that is following ua.

A Negro.

ATLANTIC SIDE'S TROUBLES

Sir-

It's auite a while since the students of our national university
threw our national flag all over tha Canal Zone in Operation Sov Sovereignty.
ereignty. Sovereignty. Their action may have been well meant, but university
students should know enough to realize that it is regarded as a sign
of disrespect to let the national flas touch the around.

Maybe they are not wholly to nlame, seeing that our own Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian government needs some lessons on flag raising. The US,
the riches government in the world, hoists the Stars and Stripes
on military reservations without my bugle or anthem except on
special octisions. In the Canal Zona's civilian communities usually
a policeman does the job, but many times neatlv-dressed civilians

oo ir.. wnen i was working on the Zone, I many umes helped a pol
ice officer raise the flat.

In my cwn Panama it seems that the poor National Guard bugle
corps has to be on hand at every flagpole in the land when the flag

u vcing, i.i 'sen or lowerea.
But i have more imnort.mt thin? than that If. rnnciiW tnHsv

Panama's one millionth citizen is calculated tn hnv been Wn this

lnorth, yet there is enough mdeveloDed land in 'he republic's nine

i-iuNuu-es 10 suppon a copulation of over inn million.

There are loud whispers going round Colon about the way In
which our lawmakers refuse to ease the country's Ijw economic con

dition and high unemoloyment by opening the door for a railroad

from David to Chorrersi. and turning Colon into a free oort.

A annec has said that our diputados should be tried for every

life lost in accidents' on our inadequate highway to the Interior. The
President is not to blame for the condition of this road, and for
other unsatisfactory situations in he country, because he does not

have the power to make laws, but only to suggest them.
Come to think of is, though Panama is the second youngest na

Hon in the Western Hemisphere (th West Indies Federation is he
yon?est) we have had as many presidents as a nation as old as
the US. Since 1936 not one Panamanian president has served out

his full term.

A good nart of the laws of Panama are based on US law, which

In turn derives 75 percent from British common law. In the US

government revenue helos build stadiums, dams, power plants and
so forth. The revenue of the Colon Free Zone alone is more than

5 million yearlv, while the municioality of Colon takes in JO million
or no more. This shows that the Panamanian government receives
more income from the Gold Coast alone than it does from the Pan

ama anal.

How much more it would make if Colon had its own port, for
the Free Zone to use. Cemento ParRma is comnlair.ine about hav-

Ine o pay 16 cents a bag to export Panamanian cement through the

unarnnai piers, mis could be saved.
Two oil refineries are sunposed to be built on the Atlantic side

J w"l never set them till they have permission to build docks in

voion

Shifting the subiect islichtlv, when the students of Colon pro

Ince supported the students of the caoital cUv In their troubles I

as ass nst it. because the students oi tne caoital did notning to suo

TJnrt the Abel Bravo students in their troubles ln vf.r, Tome to

Miink of It. when the students at the normal school in Santiago de

Veraguas went on strike thev didn't even get the encouragement of

a one-dv symnathv nuneer strik r,y t"ien els in

the republic. When thev realized that, unlike the Caoitalinos, they

didn't attract such support they were glad to get back in the chow

line.

Before the schools onened this vear the government announced

ft was readying a 2 mill'on bond isi,e for better'nc the schoo'i in
the canital citv. but nowhere e'e. That is on rjrn wb" T

th:nk the Colon students need have been so sympathetic with their i

. eollf a sues in the caoital.
One the other hand, in mv ooinion the Colon students were 100
wcert correct in stono'ng the land sales in O'o.p the other 1av.
If tne government gets S million or more annuallv from the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic SMe. Why can't ft build cheap houses for the common people
here iust m It does in Pantma?
When Colon was almost burned down in 1M0 we remained 1,Jr 1,Jr-tuallv
tuallv 1,Jr-tuallv teeieetd bv or go"ernnent. D was only thanks to the Uf
Am y and the American Ri Cross that the Are victims had some some-thin
thin some-thin to at ant ten's to ieen in.
When a similar disfr bit th capital eitvnot m Ion to the
the government bad built emergency housing for the victims as
quick s vou could wink your eve.
We in this province of Colon admire tha walthv men of the
capital citv There are those who rave made millions in Colon too
me started w'tb iust a nush cant but todv t" r f-ett(p
fii province, and the Mnr se-ms to got for th deputies who were
lec-'' t represent 't he National Assembly
. J .". ''ms that the new brewer is to close tn the mlvae.
It.. In r-t-n. ffom the i""-or down th stiiiionts. wl'I

By VICTOR RIESEL
No playwright could have writ written
ten written a more dramatic second act
finale than did racket-busiiiig Run-

en Kennedy as he eased the curt curtain
ain curtain down on his recent Teamsters

probe by dropping the name of
mystery man Irving Charles Vei Vei-son
son Vei-son into the record.

Before we go into Velson's role

in this drama, I'd like to do a few
program notes on tins character,

officially n observer for the pro pro-Soviet
Soviet pro-Soviet Harry Bridges on the gangster-laden
New York waterfront.

The government records show

that on Sept. 26, 1951, Velson was
in the witness chair before the In

ternal Security Subcommittee of

the senate. Seven years ago,
therefore, Velson was asked by
that committee's counsel: 'I put
it to you as a fact that when you

were in the Armed Forces of

this government, you were chief
assistant to Alexander Stevens, al also
so also known as Jay Peters, in the
placing of Communist Party mem

bers in the Armed r orces and ask

you to affirm or deny that fact."

velson retorted: "l decline to

answer that question on the ground
previously stated." He took the

Fifth on the grounds that be mieht

incriminate nimself. There were

omer such questions inquiring

Whether Velson had knowledge of

reters' espionage activities Pe

ters having been one of Moscow's

master spies here. Velson gave

similar answers silence.

Yet Harry Bridges hired Velson.

who has since made contact with

notorious New York waterfronte le

ments. Velson's name cropped up
again, last week durine the Mc-

Clellan Committee hearings on the

xfeamsters. Kennedy told the Sen

ators that his investigators had

been informed that Velson had

also contacted a labor newsoaoer

editor named Dick Pastor in the

midst of the last Federal trial of

James Hoffa on a wiretapping

cnarge. rasior is editor of "Loc

al 1-S News." This is the publica publica-tion
tion publica-tion of a retail union covering em employes
ployes employes of R. H. Macy.

Kennedy asked Pastor if it were

he who approached a woman

member of the lurv which acauit

ted Hoffa. Pastor took the Fifth

He also pleaded the Fifth when

Kennedy asked if a member of

the Communist Party asked hm

to approach the lady juror. The

woman is a member of Local l-S

of the Retail, Wholesale and Dept.

More union.

Naturally, all this has disturb

ed the Local 1-S president, Sam

Kovenetsky.

The other day Kovenetsky told

an inquiring reporter that Dick

Pastor spoke to him during t the

Hoffa trial.

Pastor came to me and said

that he had learned that a mem

ber of our local union was on the

jury," Kovenetsky recalled.

Pastor said he wanted to eet

in touch with the woman to do

feature story for the union paper,

a sort of human interest niece.

inis startled me. After all this

was a Federal trial," the union

president continued.

1 told him not to approach the

woman. I told him not to write
such a piece for the paper and to
forget about the whole thing. Then

I got tied up with union affairs

and the international union's con convention
vention convention in Chicago. 1

While tnere, I learned that one

of the jurors had been approach

ed, wnen i got bac... I called Pas Pastor
tor Pastor in and asked whether he had

or had not tried to contact the

woman. Pastor admitted to

Ij
Walter Winchell In New York
O
A, ,...

BROADWAY SILHOUETTES

Celebs About Town: Janet Gay-

no:, tne ins. star uo win an Aca Academy
demy Academy medial, and her husband A A-drian,
drian, A-drian, near the Fontana Di Trevi

on v. 57ih. Janet leatunng a puK
parasol, Adrian's cravat matching.
. .Noel Coward and the, Duke of
Veruura emuracing in Continen Continental
tal Continental fashion at L'Aiglon. .Myrna
Loy and Lillian Gish getting more
attention trom the Colony swank
set than younger stars enjoy. .
Frank Costello, shopping for
cheesecake and Friday night "hol "holly"
ly" "holly" (bread) at the 7th Ave. Dai Dairy
ry Dairy near 53rd. .V. K. Krishna Me Me-non,
non, Me-non, India's big man at the U.N.,
requesting two Italian songs from
the Monsignpre violinists. . .The
Earl of Bedford and the former
"Miss Israel" (Sara Tal) at the
Green Ltntetn.' .Mrs. Harry Tru
man returning Bess wishes to pe pedestrians
destrians pedestrians who recognized her in
the Madison Tnoth S.. noontime

crush.

Sallies in Our Alley: Moss Hart

amused friends at the East Hori Horizon
zon Horizon with the one about the two
Hollywood tots. One said: "My

lather can uck your father!".

To which the other hmpf'd: "So
wot? So can my mother!".
Myron Cohen reports that Dinah
Shore is in great shape far the
new season. He saw her throw .a
kiss at rehearsal and it cleared
the balcony!

Inn rejected the deal to marry
The Tropica n a. A Miami group is
now coiaidering it. .Democrats
hear that Rockefeller rooters are
disappointed over two private polls.
. .Mrs. Les Paul (Mairy Ford) is
in the hosp because of hepatitis,
. .Don't invite Phil Silvers and
Virginia DeLuce to the same TV
stiow. Large feud. .Things you
rarely witness: A Rockette danc dancer
er dancer (in dead center) tailing on her
faneign. Happened the other 10
p.m. She was back on her feet
with the next kick, smiling like it
never happened. .Minor riot at
the Boulevard Over whsther Len Lenny
ny Lenny Kent is funny or ain't. One
party wanted to listen another
didn't. They settled it with bot bottles.
tles. bottles.

Ridgewi

fayort

work

from

modclin,

11

ie, irienai

cluh" ri

that he had, but insisted that it

Middle-oMhe Night Vignette:
Paula Hill of Birmingham (Ala.)
just got to town from Hollywood.
. .For a chance at a hit going
on tour. .Paula has appeared in
several "Dragnet" TV epi6s. has

me! had roles in "M Squad" and va-

was strictly for a human interest

story. I was furious but I accot-

ed Pastor's explanation. The story

never appeared.

Then the FBI and other Federal

agencies moved in. Pastor was

questioned by a grand jury. He
still is under investigation bv the

Justice. Dept., which is seeking to out of here!"

determine it the incident had any
deeper sgnificance. Bob Kennedy
has been probing this, too.

Jrving velson has been organiz

ing and making contacts and ps
ing out funds oh the East Coast
docks for years now for Harry

Bridges, macntne gun tongued
boss of 4he West Coast Longshore

men's Unipn. Bridges is bringing
his Pacific dock wallopers into

Hoffa's Committee on Transports

tion Unity which hopes to tie
all land, sea am) air transDort n n-to
to n-to a single coalition across the
U.S,
And last Thursday, Bob Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy asked Dick Pastor under oath
who suggested that he call the
juror in the Hoffa trial.
Why all this silence by this edi editor
tor editor about a proposed feature piece
in a local union paper?

rious Mickey Spil lane si ice-em -up-

and-leave-emdead melodramas.

. .But the other 3 a.m. (cruising
n"v f ,a
United Press lnt'1) Paula m e t
her first real murder victim on
Oth near 49th and buried her
pretty face in her hands, shudder-
.1.... i

NeW York Lightning: A few

months ago lovely Rosemary

(once Mayor 0 Dwyer's

was an out-of-Sustcnance
came

atec anr? nppatinnal

hs. .Her bankroll

was almost gone when she found
a book in her apariment that had
been banned in Paris. .She took
it to a publisher. .The book is

"Lolita," a fantastic best seller
in its initial month, .Rosemarv.

with 10 per cent, will make about

523,000. :

Canadian.. .Was that Van Cliburn
consulting a lady' astrologer m

aast Harlem?

K j: 1 . Tiii r i

icui'w 8 nine; urcw rear son s
column today takes the form of a
letter te his erandson. Drew Ar

nold, in California.)

Dear Drew,

Washington, D.C.

Broadway Tchat-Tchat: Arthur
Loew, Jr. bought Liz Taylor a
"nmona broocn as a ta-ta gift for
her trip ab-oad, which she can cancelled
celled cancelled to return to H'wood a n d
fape Debbie's music. .Tony Per Perkins'
kins' Perkins' newest fascination is Joanne
Goldner, Forest Hills lovely. .
They say the zillionaire C, V.
Whitneys (MaryLou Hosford) are
infanticipating. . Gov't sleuths
traced Lowell Birrell (sought for
questioning in a stock matter) to
Brazil, where extradition laws
give all the breaks to the waned
person. .Sounds incredible, but
we hear that top Mafia chiefs
seek a public relations genius o
clean them up, etc. Money no ob object.
ject. object. .The mobsters are pulling
out of Cuba in bunches. Las' sea season
son season was ungood and with Fidel

Memos of a Midnighter: Her Castro on the move aeain 1958-59

closest friends suspect Marilyn looks hopeless. -.Albert Anasta Anasta-Monroe's
Monroe's Anasta-Monroe's hospitaliza ion means she I sia's widow, dghtr of a rich To To-is
is To-is Tot Way. .The Vegas Desert ronto merchant, may marry a

TRAVEL BLOCKS EASED
AMMAN, Jordan (UPD Jordan
soon will ease travel restrictions
throughout the country, Foreign
Minister Samir It If a i said yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Roadblock checks will be
slackened considerably. Military
riad checks have been operated
since Anril, 1957, in a martial martial-law
law martial-law degree following an attempt

to ovennrow tne monarchy.

Bolivar Avenue, our main street.

Giag

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Big City Novelet: Trudy Rich Richards,
ards, Richards, the thrush, is the tuff talk

oi Canadian society. . .Sue re

cently maimed Henri Moreaut,
whose family (weaLhy brewers)
is one of the oldest and richest in
Canada. .The clan disowned him

according to intimates, because he

marriea ouv ot ms laitn. .To an
entertainer, no less. .The cour courageous
ageous courageous bridegroom gallantly gave
up his business and other inter interests
ests interests in O.tawa and is now learn learning
ing learning the ropes in a wail ot. bruAtsr-age.

Cast of Characters:, The Press
Box headwaiter blinked hard when
a Mute i6uo pnoneu lor a reserva reservation.
tion. reservation. He is Michael R. Todd,
Comdr. of ihe Teddy Roosevelt
American Leghjn' F6st. ."Little
liicnaru, w'mi maue $5,000 a
week as a recording star, 'now
gets only board and room as a
minis.er for the 7th Day Advent Advent-ists.
ists. Advent-ists. .Sam Levene, one of the
top show-biif successes, tells chums
''an actor's life is.Jhe worst in
the WOrld" Cliflrinn

slow. Witness: comic Bobby Keefd
and singer David Allen, hits at
Down in the Depths. Keete wait wait-ed
ed wait-ed 9 years for his first chance in

oig ourg mgnt spat. David wait waited
ed waited 19. w. J. McCormack, Jr.
son of the waterfront tycoon, en entered
tered entered the priesthood last Week.
He renounced one of the town's
great lorlunes to don the cloth.
The Orchid Tree: "Love Affair"
a new novel by Robert Carson.
He auh'd "A Star Is Born" a a-mong
mong a-mong other enjoyable stories. .
pick Lee's reeording of Ahner
Silver's "Have Guitar Will Tp..

Vel". . The "flifforonK' T,.l-

taste in the cuisine at La Scala
on VVest 54 h between 6th and 7th.

. .1-ilSR l l'k' Q ft ftA

the Persian Room. .El Moroc Morocco's
co's Morocco's makcyou-want-to-dance-beat.
r.uoi tn Nigbi; At Maud
Chez Elle: "She's had more love
affairs than a happilly married
aciress". .At Armando's: "Here
she comes. Warm hands and cold
Cash". .At th Mitofttnno- "IM.

die Fisher hasn't been selling rec
ords bui he's sure selling news newspapers
papers newspapers .At Viennese Lantern:
"Remember when the Crosbv's
were singers instead of lover?"
. .At Cavanagh's: "If he's bry
ing to chec- m, nast "he'd better
start with Adam."

I got up early this morning to

go to work. At first Roberta look looked
ed looked at me hopefully, thinking I

would take her for an early morn morning
ing morning ride. But after smelling my
pants and finding I had on my ci city
ty city clothes, she sighed and went
back to sleep. She misses you. So
dq the rest of us.
The mother cat misses you es especially.
pecially. especially. She has taken her five
kittens from the house un to the

bam, either because you weren't

here to feed them or because she

wanted to teach the kittens to

catch mice.

And the bluegills you caught to

put in tne new fountain in front
of the house also miss you and
wished you were around to take

them out. They had no privacy,
no mud or grass te hide .under.
They didn't imbedded in the ce cement
ment cement to make the fountain look
pretty. They- swam so fast and

bumped their noses on the hard

rocks so much that two of them

died and I took the others out.

guess you can't put wild things

in tame places.

And the oarlock we lost down

by the canal is still missing. I just

haven't gone down to look for it

But the rowboat we painted is
safely tied to a tree, while the
oars are stacked beside the wood woodpile
pile woodpile at the side door waiting till
next summer when you can come

back to use them.

We have all missed you except
the pigeons. They are cockier than
ever now that there is no small

boy to take shots at them, and

they are making more of a mess

on the hay than ever.

I especially miss you. You made
me feel : ng again, made me re

live the o 3 on my grandfather's

farm in Kansas when the dust

oozed through our toes as we drove

the cows home in the evening:

when I used to tramp down the
hay in the hayloft or follow the

mowing machine to pick up the
young rabbits left in the cut hay
after the mower blade passed over

them.
VITAL PROBLEMS

Now that you have gone back

home I have gone back to work-

reporting on problems that seem seemed
ed seemed very far away wheir wei were

at the farm but which are very

close and very real and very de

pressing to a country as mteiH

gent, as ours.

You are going back to Califor California
nia California where the schools opened on

time. BuS in somwtojotUW

South the schools are not opening

at all, and the children who are
not responsible for the bitterness

of their elders have no place to go
and not much to do.
And while these schools are clos

ed, the schools of Russia are bet
ter than ever.

Last May I traveled behind

parts ot tne iron curtain and vi

sited schools and kindergartens in

Rumania as good or better than

ours. They were going full blast,

swarming with good-looking, heal
thy children.

All this is in a country where 40

years ago 75 percent of the peo
pie could not read and write.
HELPING COMMUNISM
- i r 'V i :t & .4
You will learn, when you get i
little older, that a lot of ) peopli
preach about defeating Commu

nism. yet aren't willing tn cnonri

the money or bury their prejudices

m waer to oeieat communism.

The U.S. Chamber of ram

one o; the biggest talkers about

aeieaung communism, also was a
big talker against spendini money
on schools.

While Governor Faubus of Ark

ansas called the Presbyterians
Communists, hi rlnsino nf tha

schools and the bad publicity h

uas given us aD-oad has played
right into the hands of the Com

munists.

I know that VOU weren't run anvi.

ous to leave the farm to go back

w scnooi. However, you are lucky.
For there are some children in
Arkansas and Virginia who want
very much to go to school, but
can't.

And rememhnr slch that in mj

- ..- v. v.... ill VIM
er to keen this

intelligent and understanding of
r ho mviK!.m. II T J i

..... r. uia ui me wunu, we na va
to keep our schools open.
I WOUld bet that it thm .kiM.

. - A MW VUUU1CU
pt tattle Rock were given a chance
to vote, privately, without any
ifr PrP,enla pressure, they

""mu " open tne schools un under
der under any cost or any circumstance.

iuay naro, and come back
next Slim mar ,ho .... l

r we can nsn
down by the pond with a bullfrog

f-iug ior us, and the

y""i. arut oi cows in tne pas pasture,
ture, pasture, and w-;a. IF

wheUer the mud turtles are eat.

Ztn . ,ntl whether it
will rain on the hav we nit iw

morning.

Love from
Yenr Grandfather
- ? s- We are sending your swim-
miner triinV. ,u t. i

j I, IVOOin HOOd
cards the comic books you trad
Pn ar fnn Cina ck.. jm h .

, .v ouob, ana me stun

V j r e ll-Ket you
wanted keep as a souvenir.

CALL WORK STOPPAGE
--ftANCA, Morocco (UPI)
Itafnn SIS00" ?reneral Wrker
union todav called a 24 hour
ceneral stike todav to pro pro-test
test pro-test police 'intervention in a re.
Sw?? sttpp,ge in Casablanca.
Twenty.ftve persons were injured

factoy list ek"" " 10CM

; After the Battle of Sen Ja Jacinto,
cinto, Jacinto, April 21, 1836, the inde independence
pendence independence of Texas from Mexi Mexico
co Mexico was established. For the
next 10 years Texas was an
independent republic with Sam
jHouston, the hero of San Ja Jacinto,
cinto, Jacinto, as president. The Re Republic's
public's Republic's government was pet pet-Iterned
Iterned pet-Iterned after that of the United
' States. The Texas congress
adopted a red, white and blue
flac bearlna- a single Star, from

which Texas derives its "Lone
Star State" nickname.

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Stage Door; The out of t o w a
raves for "Suzie Wong'r indicate
that producer D. Merrick will en
joy his 8th successive B'way hit.
Not one flop ."Campobello" is
the Theater Guild's top dramatic
money-maker in over 10 years. A
touring troupe star s next month
another for (e-nihtors. .The
man behind the opera, "Murder
in the Cathedral," at Carnegie
Hall is former tenor Frank For Forest.
est. Forest. He made his fortune in phar pharmaceuticals.
maceuticals. pharmaceuticals. .Ad Don't Invi.es
to youi party: Jean Coe'eau and
Jean Paul Sartre, the French li-
Iree chaos Thev Invert

er a few months ago. Hate each
other now. .Ava Gardner's con

tract win Metro expires when
r d.
ji" in Rome. A 14 year stretch.
. ..Tananece hnrn hoxitv 1TUU v

bayaski (she had the femme lead

on tour m Teahouse") is wsiting
for the next break waitrcssing at
the Georgian on Lex. and 46th.

. -i wo or me limp-wrist set start started
ed started Slanoinff each nthar at IrH .nrl

55th (the other 3 a.m.) until a
Imp printed his pinky at them and
they fled:

BLINDNESS ON INCRIASI

LONDON (UPI) Blindness in
Britain is increasinc "at an a

larming rate," the Royal Nation

al Insti ute for the Blind report reported
ed reported yesterday. The number of
blind in 194H was 76,00U. At the
present trend it will reach 140,000
by 1973, the institute said in its
annual report '-

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the' State
Pys 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages

or other securities

25c. t 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

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UAW Bargains With General Motors

But 325,000 Workers May Strike

AMERICAN LEGION POST No. 2, of Cristobal, turned over a check for $470 to Lucho Azcarraea
this week as the first installment on their fund raising effort to replace the Hammond organ
which had been demolished several weeks aw. The money was raised by a dance at Coco Solo
Saturday night, sponsored by the Legionnaires. Shown making the presentation are (left to
right): George Simon, of the 'post: Lucho; Carl M. Faulkner, post commander: and O. Alfaro,
'representative of the Hammond Organ Compa ny. The Legion post has assumed responsibility
to raise a total of $3000 for the instrument which was destroyed in a truck accident on the
Transisthmian Highway white on its way to a post dance on the Atlantic side. Lucho mean meanwhile
while meanwhile is using a borrowed instrument

President To Travel West To Speak
For GOP Candidates In Nov. Election

WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
White House snnounced today
that President Eisenhower would
take a major part in the uphill
Republican campaign to wrest
control of Congress from the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats in the November electibns.
The President will speak in Los
Angeles, San Francisco and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago next month, all within three
days. There will be other speech speeches
es speeches elsewhere, plus one or more
nationwide television addresses.
Republican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn, who arranged the
schedule with the President, also
disclosed a GOP plan to enlist
support from the more than 15 15-mpon
mpon 15-mpon "senior citizens" over 65
years old. He said the President,
who is it. gave "very enthusiastic
approval."
Press Serttar James C. Hag Hag-erty
erty Hag-erty said Eisenhower would miUffc
major political sp4Mpip9.
Los Angetes; Oct, 21 in San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco and 0t. 32. in Chicago.
The California appearances
were, aimed at boosting the
chances of Sen. William F. Know Know-land,
land, Know-land, running for governor, and

Gov. liooawin J JMMf canmo.a
fr.r dLrl.tra. Roth RniiVniian fai

tough odds from Democrats who

showed overwhelming strength in
the primaries.
Hage-rty said the California and
Chicago speeches "are not going
to be the only ones" for the Presi President
dent President although no others were
ready for announcement. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower was understood to be con considering
sidering considering one or more major po political
litical political annparances in the east.

with his choice involving Boston,

New York and Fiuiaaeipma.
There is a possibility in political
and non-political travels before
and after the western trip, Alcorn
and Hagerty said.
Eisenhower is scheduled to
speak at Fort L i g o n i e r, P.a.
and to visit New York Oct. 28 to
speak to the National Football
Foundation and Hall of Fame.
It was possible that he might

combine Eastern political activity
with the Oct 28 trip and also
miohl mal'p 3 QllCfifll effort. On

behalf of fellow Republicans in his
home state of Pennsylvania,
f The National Gommitiee will fi finance
nance finance all of the President's flying
campaign trips, paying the U.S.
Treasury an amount, comparable

to commercial charter raws wnen

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Christian Education

Week Being

Marked

By Balboa Church
In observance of Christian Edu Education
cation Education Week, the board of Chris Christian
tian Christian education of the Balboa Union
Church is sponsoring a series of
conferences. These meetings have
been held each night at the church
for worker of different age
group. ( -
Special resource leaders were
Invited to s address the teachers
and leaders on the subject "The
Child We Teach"
Mrs. Maxwell T. Smjth led the
Monday night session for workers
with preschool children through
second grade. Mrs. Edwin Jones
spoke to the teachers of older chil children
dren children on Tuesday evening and
.Tames M. Wolf talked with the
jteachers and counsellors of youth
yesterday. On Wednesday evening
'the pastor, Rev. Oscar W. Olsen,
talked to adult leaders on "The
Place of Adults in the Education Educational
al Educational Program of the Church." On

each night, a survev of teaching

metnods and materials was pre presented
sented presented by Miss Louis V. MeClure.
director of Christian education of
the church.
JJntSSa.t-
This evening, the entire staff of

Christian education workers of

I the church has been invited to at attend
tend attend a conference evaluation meet meeting
ing meeting and to hear a Message from
the pastor on "The Challenge of
Our Task."
The concluding event of the
i Christian Education Week observ observance
ance observance will be a service of dedica dedication
tion dedication of all workers at morning
'worship on Sunday, 28, at 10:30
i a.m. Olsen will preach on the sub subject
ject subject "Hungering and Thirsting for
Righteousness."
Christian Education Week is
sponsored by the National Council
C Churches of Chri't in (he U S A.
I and is observed by member
churches throughout the United
States and abroad.
The Balboa Union Church is di directly
rectly directly Affiliated with the Nation National
al National Council through its department
of overseas churches.
ARREST THOUSANDS
NEW DELHI, India (UPI) -Demonstrations
against the gov government's
ernment's government's food noliry in Pr'me
Minister Jawarharlal Nehru's
home state of Uttar .Pradesh has
resulted In the arres's if some
7,000 opposition party workers, it
was reported tnday.

ACCEPTS INVITATION
TOKYO (UPl)-The Indonesian
n 'tonejr -'- -.
ppr'ed President Rajendara
Prasad of India has accepted an
Invi'ation to visit Indonesia ex extended
tended extended by President Sukarno. The
agencv said Prasad would make
the visit in December.
'it

DETROIT, Sept. 24 (UPD-Unit-ed
au o Workers Union and Gen General
eral General Motors negotiators bargained
for a new contract today, four
days before more than 325,000
GM workers are scheduled to go
on nationwide strike.
Negotiations bogged down
Wednesday, with no major devel developments
opments developments reported.
Wildcat strikes against GM,
largest of the "big three" auto
producers, and Chrysler, the
smallest, mounted with more than
75,000 hourly paid workers idled
by walkouts at GM, Chrysler and
Ford plants across toe country.
General Motors was hardest hit
with 34,206 workers out in 14
plants. Chrysler reported 22,500
idled at 15 plants and Ford had
18,250 out at 7 plants.
The strikes hampered produc production
tion production of 1959- models for each of
the "big three," but Chrysjter ap apparently
parently apparently would be due to suffer
most if the strikes would continue.
Chrysler workers were idled at
the corporation's Kokomo, Ind.,
transmission factory, one of
Chrysler's two transmission
plants, and continued strikes at
Kokimo would mean serious cur curtailment
tailment curtailment of 1959 Chrysler produc production.
tion. production. Part of the threat against Chrys

ler getting out its new models

was removed Wednesday when
workers returned to the other
transmission plant, at Indianapo Indianapolis.
lis. Indianapolis. UAW president Walter Reuther,
who broke off marathon negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating sessions with Chrysler at dawn
Wednesday announced he would
concentrate on reaching a settle settlement
ment settlement with General Motors.
But the UAW chief was to take
a break from bargaining today to
attend a meeting of the union's
National Ford Council to consider consider-approval
approval consider-approval of the contract reached
with Ford.
Reuther, who said he would at attend
tend attend today's GM bargaining ses sessions,
sions, sessions, said a strike had been au authorized
thorized authorized at Chrysler but no dead deadline
line deadline had been set.
He said the company and the
union were too far apart and had
too many problems to be resolved
for a quick settlement.
However, Chrysler vice presi president
dent president John D. Leary, chief of the
corporation's bargaining team,
said he believed an agreement
could have been reached had ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations continued.
Chrysler was to continue its
bargaining sessions with UAW re representatives
presentatives representatives today, but Reuther
indicated he was content to let
Chrysler be the last of toe "big
three" to settle.

Quote Unquote

LITTLE ROCK. Ark A natmi.

man. after nolie rrivri numor.

ous calls about racial incidents
most of which truned out to be

pnoney:

"People are getting edgy."
CARTE RRVTI.TF n. t d

White Jr on setting Up a fund
to defend Mrs. Izola Ware Curry,
chareeri with atahkina ;

leader Martin Luther King:

"We want In an j

- ou v icluiu mat
we do not condone murder or vr

leoce in any form. But after all
she is a southern Negro girl. We
feel She mitfht Ka rniln 1 nr..

love our Negroes here. We are

j wiiu oi mem.

CANON rrrv ri t.u

- wiu. u mm OKer-
janec, after using his truck bump-

iaj uu uiaKeiess car carry

ing iwu women aown a steep hill-
"Thev were uro.,; ...J ---

....... -"5 ouu an earn earning
ing earning film I thnnoht tkn,

, 77 "f" 1 Lllc: were mri-
ing with me until I saw my speed-o-meter
and read it at 75 miles
an hour."

LONDON Brieritte nrw .i

led the "sex kitten":

My parents never told me about

sex or children

at all."

NORTHERN STAR -P if s t
"Miss Alaska" ever entered in
the Miss America contest is
comely Stuart Fraser Johnson,
19, shown in New York City.
Hailing from Douglas, a suburb
nf Tunaan the blond, blue-eyed

beauty is 5 feet, 6 inches taUJ
and weighs 135 pounds.

PLAYS GOLF ROUND
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent Eisenhower went to the Burn

ing Tree Golf Club in nearby sub suburban
urban suburban Maryland Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon for a round of golf, .

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There's Peace that only God can
bringt. Love that only God can
give, Joy you can know only with
God. 1
Have You Given Him a Chance?

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
You will find a friendly people here met to study the
Word of God. If you are looking for a S.S. true to the
Bible we know you will enjoy coming. Bring all. the family
and invite your friends.
1 1 :0O "THE TEST OF VICTORY"
The life of Abraham becomes meaningful for believers
today under the power and truth of God's Word. If you
need help and want to grow then get started Sunday.
6:00 JET CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOL
An opportunity for study, fellowship, and fun.
7:00 "BEHOLD, THE LAMB OF GOD"
You will enjoy the singing and inspiration you can share
in here. Christ is preached as the only way to God. If
you are lookinsr for a church home, come.
"The Church Where Strangers Become Friends"
NURSERY MISSIONARY EVANGELICAL

Jewish Feast Of Tabernacles
Begins At Sundown On Sunday

Sukkos, the Jewish Feat of Ta Tabernacles,
bernacles, Tabernacles, will begin at sundown

tomorrow, and will continue until
Sundown, Tuesday, Oct. 7 Reli

gious services will be neid at tne

Chapel of the USO-JWB Armed

Forces service uenten n naiooa.
This festival, which has a two twofold
fold twofold significance, commemorates
the wandering the children of Is Israel
rael Israel in the wilderness after their
deliverance from Egyptian bond bondage
age bondage when they were compelled to
dwell in huts or booths. There is
also a thanksgiving to the Almigh Almighty
ty Almighty for the gathering of the har harvest.
vest. harvest. It was from this Biblical har harvest,
vest, harvest, Sukkos, that the American
Pilgrim Fathers in the lffh centu century
ry century drew inspiration for Thanks Thanksgiving,
giving, Thanksgiving, a season which reflects
man's confidence that God will
provide food, shelter and all the
needs of mankind.
A tropical Sukkos or booth, dec decorated
orated decorated with palm fronds and na

tive fruits and vegetables will be
constructed in the patio of the

USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center. This will be the setting
for the consecration of the bread

and wive, the Kiddush, during the
holiday.

Rabbi Nathan Witkin, director

ri th TTRH..TWR ARmeri Forces

Service Center, will conduct reli religious
gious religious services for the Sukkos ho-
i i . i U 1 M .U. TTCV

jiaay in uie cuapci vi uw usu usu-JWB.
JWB. usu-JWB. The schedule for the holiday
services will be as follows:
Tomorrow, at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, at 8 a.m.

Services for the concluding days
of toe Festival will be held: Oct.
5 at 7:80 p.m. Oct. 6, at 9 a.m. and

7:30 p.m., Oct. 7, at 9 a.m.

Yiikof (Memorial Services) will

be recited during the Monday

morning service, Oct.

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CHUCKLE HEAD

KIDS HOOP IT UP
SAYREVILLE. N. .T. aTPnr..

dison Township officials yesterday
ordered children to leave thir hula
hOOPS homa when thev an tn

school.

School bus drivers and motorists
complained the

- J 0v. nvj.
the hOODS sninninff whfln hnsrHina

uuses ana crossing streets.

BUT BE CAREFUL

LONufiN niPT Th i..fowt

- vv uie iaaiii

iood delicacy here is seasoned
bumble-bees at 70 cents per can.
They are "guaranteeds tmgless."

NO TIME FOR CARDEMIMA

JERSEY CITY, N. J. (UPI)

uaraemng Dy tne light of the moon
led to the arrest of James Peary Peary-er,
er, Peary-er, 33, of Plainfield. N. J., and
Samuel Clark, 30, of New York.
The Dlants thev nlllrlrpH frnm a

vacant lot turned out to be wild

marijuana, police charged.
HAS OWN TEST
DUNN, N. C. (UPI)- Police

cruet A. A. Lobb has his own

special sobriety test.

The screen door at headquarters
opens from the right; the main

aoor opens trom the left. Any per

son suspectea or being drunk is

placed under arrest if he has trou
ble getting through the doors.

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"THE CHRISTIAN'S SANCTIFICATION"
When God saves a man, He sets him apart for His
peculiar use. Thessalonians chapter three reveals
this purpose.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL Promotion Day
Each department will promote their graduates in a
program that will delight each parent. Classes will
be reorganized in preparation for Rallv Sunday next
week 500 is the goal.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Training is necessary for a person's growth or de development
velopment development of a skill: so it is spiritually. We never
become the Christian or Church member we could
be without training.
7:30 "The Tale of Four Cities"
People and civilizations so down under the weight
of sin here is the evidence how four fell.

Evangelistic -EVERYONE
WELCOME

Missionary Minded
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AGENTS HAD THE LUCK
LONDON (IIPIUNnrmnii Allin

34, hid cigarets in packages to

relatives nere in tub return to Bri Britain
tain Britain from the United States for

a vacation. His eoal to makn

sur he'd have enough of his fa

vorite brand.
In one package, Allin wrote: "To
H. M. Customs. If you find this,
the best of luck."
Customs agents were lucky. Al
hn was fined $56.

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Something
for Everybody!
Thousand of exhibits! Fashion Shows
Car shows Pan-American Livestock Show
international Trade Exhibit and of course
TOPNOTCH ENTERTAINMENT
Broadway show "The Music Man"
The Ice Capades with 3 new spectacles
"Shower of Stars" with Tito Guizar, Ernie
Ford, George Gobel, Laverne Baker and others.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ft, 19SI

Sociai and Otli

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mi di i visits Ul Pf RFFORF.

rRAVELING TO ASSIGNMENT IN GERMANY
Lt and Mrs. Fred A. Cotton and son Keith are visiting on
the Isthmus before reaving for his new assignment in Germany,
rncy are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Cot-
ton,' and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCoy of turunda
Cotton has just completed training at Fort Belvolr, Va
and was graduated from the Airborne School at Fort Benning.
3a. Both he and his wife formerly resided here, and are gra graduate!
duate! graduate! of Balboa High School.

. ,neiu iouowing ine cnuriu invite

Alberto Contt Claims
Sride In Rites Friday
The marriage oi Aliss Rita Bur Bur-fell,
fell, Bur-fell, daughter of Mr. and Mn. En En-nque
nque En-nque Burrell ot Golf Height!, and
Br. Alberto M. Conic, sor. ot Air.
jnd Mrs 1eonardo Code of San
Francisco tie la Calf la. v.as con con-tumated
tumated con-tumated Friday evening in a iwp iwp-.ia!
.ia! iwp-.ia! cerium on v at 0 l i s t o Rev
Church. Officiating at the ceremo ceremo-i
i ceremo-i was Kfv. Marco Jcaneta.
"The brig was gowned in lu lu-ian
ian lu-ian silk o.ucail 'and Chant illy
get, fashioned empire style. Her
iii i!m.-.iu:i cascaded from a
jrown o; orange blossoms. Her
r.aki of l-.JiK.r. .iliss Hilda Segera,
shuSe a bouffant frock o! iky
lnf cuiifon. She wa escorted by
Inrttiiie Burrell Jr., brother of the
wiiit
Hosa Anna Saathem Hernandez,
lorvcd as flower irl and ring
bearers included Julio Massott Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez and Leonardo Antonio
2tw.
White floral decorations were
used in the church and also at the
Onion Club, where a reception was

Boiintii, Pleasure Trip
Max Stempel of Panama City
aailed today aboard the SS Ancon
for a combined pleasure and busi business
ness business trip to Haiti. Traveling with
him were his son, Calvin Stempel,
and Mr. Stempel.
Episcopal Minister
Assumes New Pest

Rev. and Mrs. Henry J. Cluver
of Ancon have left Panama for
his new post with the Episcopal

Church in tali Colombia, ror sev

eral years the couple resided at
Fori Clayton while Revered!1, Clu

ver was field director of the Ame

rican Red Cross, Their son. Mike,
has resumed his studies at the

Georgia Military Academy.
TNTlNUED ON PAGI FIVE)

OPIRA HEAD HONORED
NEW YORK i UPPi Rudolf Bine

genera! manager of ffte Metropo

litan Opera company, was aecor
sted yesterday with the Comman

der's Cross of the Order of Merit
of the Federal Republic of Germ

any.

MEETINGS

lack oetwe tor teclusioa ia this
column houU be mbimHod M
rm-writtM twin aae naMeo
rho boa nymboi IMad deilv 'fe 'fecial
cial 'fecial and OthcrwiM," oi delivered
band te rtw oHico. Notrosa et
Mccriaas caanot be bv
rMephaa.

Cristobal Woman's Club
i ma rDinar rioard meetins of

the Cristobal Woman's Club will

oe heiu xuesuay, September 30, at
the Red Cross uuiluing in cnsio
bal. All officers and chairmen are
urged to attenu.

Spanish Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Conver Conversation
sation Conversation Club will have its regular
bi weekly meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. October 1, at the Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights Officers' Club. All per persons
sons persons who are eligible for member member-ahin
ahin member-ahin in an nffirers' flub are wel

comed to join this group, which

strives to practice spanisn con conversation
versation conversation and further inter-Ameri
can friendship. SPort shirts or oth
or rnmfnrtihle attire will be the

appropriate dress for the meeting.

FISH WP POULTRY

VEGETABLES FRUITS JUICES

BIRDS EYE quick-frozen foods are farm farm-fresh
fresh farm-fresh and flavorsomc. Grown exclusively
for Birds Eye, these rcady-to-scrve
quick-frozen Birds Eye foods arc care carefully
fully carefully selected, cleaned and packed to
meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.

Enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables,
fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year
'round regardless of season.

Stock The Best; Get some today I

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can obtain all tha ntcasaary
nutritional elements for
normal haalthy growth.
BIOLAC has been created
especially to provide the
advuntaw of mother milk,
to provide a safe, convenient
balanced diet for baby.
BIOLAC now contains
Vitamin C

NOTE THESE IMPORTANT BIOLAC FACTS

PROTEIN: BIOLAC aupplles eufflclent
protein for baby's growth.
FAT: The fat content of BIOLAC has
been reduced ro that baby receives
only what he needa, and can digest
easily.
sriGAJl: Lactose (natural milk sugar i
has barn added to BIOLAC to supoly
nertT.

VITAMINS & MINERALS: BIOLAC has
been enriched with vitamins and Iron.
Vitamins A, B, C and D as well as iron
have been added In considerable ouanti ouanti-tles.
tles. ouanti-tles. BIOLAC also contain sufficient
vitamin P. fO as well calcium and
phosphorus, important in b n n rf n a
strong bones and teeth.

Make Mint Music

to Previous Puzile

ACROSS
1 Kind of

4 Duets
I Hymn ending
i: Man's
nickname
15 Be borne
US
unsuccessful
II Neither
16 Perfectionists
11 Arranges
50 Poker stakes
51 Trouble
SI Cloy
S4 Landed
26 Identical
17 Small piece
SO Fasten again
12 Ominint
appellation
34 Take
vengeance
II Gazes' fixedly
16 Offer
17 Bird's bills
IS Golf mounds
40 Bepetltion
41 Honey
42 flight of steps
49 ,'enore
4t Lmotional
display
ll Bumen
62 Operatic solo
IS Harem rooms
54 Masculine
nickname
15 Affirmative
votes
16 "Th
venerable
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17 Furtive
DOWN
1 Cooking
vessels

2 Musical
instrument
t Concerned
4 Vocalise
I Broad
I City In
Soviet Union
7 Ocean
5 Straighten
S Greatest
amount
10 Boyal Italian
family name
11 Cape
17 Dormant
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21 Pile up
24 Nomad
21 Biblical nsme
26 Froten rain
17 Abandoned

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3i Pay no
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40 Actress
Hayward
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41 Billiard shot

42 The
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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTEBOOK:

Lilli Palmer's intimsteg fear she
and Carlos Thompson, mairried
les3 than a year, are on the verge

of announcing an unhappy ending.
8ne was formerly the wife of Rex

Harrison, now wed to Jvay nen nen-dsll.
dsll. nen-dsll. .L'sffalre Liz Taylor marks

the second time Edaie risner

nss tonowed lb Mine loaas ro romantic
mantic romantic footseps. When Mike de decided
cided decided he really wasn't in the

mood to marry Eveiyn neyei, an anile
ile anile started dating her. .Another
big name crooner is very close o
the formal admission that it's sll sll-over
over sll-over between him and hit wife.

. Mickpv Roonev. famous for nis

uamhlini losses, has sworn ofi

the dice and roulette wheelt.
Marv Martin's nretty daughter

Heller and young acior Brandon

de Wilde are a new romance. Cu
nut wa Heller's hall brother. Lsr

ry Hagmsn. currtly fehesrsiti

with Brandon In "Comes a Day ';
he brouelu them together at a din

ner Darty. .The missing safety

AennM, box in the Diana Dors

Tnmmv Yeardve drama is only

nan o, the story. There's also

some $20,000 to $30,000 supposed

to have been bamtea tor tier in
Switzerland which Isn't to be j
found now.
Ccnover cutie Kathleen Neat
walked out o "Handful of Fire"
bcause her part had been cut so
drastically, sne was immediately

hireu lor the lead opposite bflaie

Bracken in the road company Oi
"Tunnel of Love."

Bernie Lang, manager of John

nie Kay ana juiius l. noa, s

honeymooning with his long-time
best gi.-l, Gloria Baron, alter an

alsle-waliz in Branoerry, unn.
Gloria will be seen in tne role of

a yearning tan on an upcoming

limine a v album cover. .

The recent parting of Prince Vit Vit-lono
lono Vit-lono Msssimo and sctress Dawn

Addams might well be a publici

ty gag. Their friends expect inem

to reconcile when she iinishes her
new movie.

Disc Jockey William B. Wil Williams
liams Williams appears to be mightily smit smitten
ten smitten by Leslie Crane, a lovely bru brunette.
nette. brunette. uOIinic Mile WalM.u UJt
on the Maharajah of Baroda at
Luchow's the o.her night their
third public tiff in 10 days, if any
body's keeping score. ..The bright brightest
est brightest song in tne new "Shoestring
Revue" is "Good Little Girls
sung by Jori Remus. It wss drop dropped
ped dropped fVom "Two's Company's a
few season back because Bette
Davis, stsr of that ill-fated prod-

uc, mn. fainted the first lime she
performed the number and was
superstitious about trying it again.
Top model Suz.y Parker in front
of the cameras again after her
Ira sic auto accident, is workiniz

tar harder than her doctors think
is good tor her. ..Local ladies will
be interes.ed in ogling steban,

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Bkld In Everything, Suggest
Women In Ideal Home Contest

Soms of the reviews Margaret

Truman drew in Chicago after
her performance in "Autumn Cro

cus were enough to make her

dad start writing lel.ers again. .

Patti Page's new hairdo defies

the "Empire" look currently de

creed oy the high fashion ex

perts; it's just s short pixie-type

DOD.

Earn" i y closed a Houston, Tex.
theatre because it gave a bounc

tng check t Maurice Gosfield

"DOBerman" in the Phil Stivers
TV show, when he played there
during his tour with "At War With
the Army", .Doris Duke pur purchased
chased purchased s dozen box seals for Da Dakota
kota Dakota Station's Cajrnetta Hall con concert
cert concert l)sV Thanks to her po popularity
pularity popularity through album sales, Da Dakota
kota Dakota is booked almost solidly for
the iext 14 months.
Margie Hart, former burlesque
star, has cloeed her dress shop in
Beverly Hills and is re urning to
the Domestic life. ."Garden Dis District"
trict" District" was murdered in London
but the director, HSrbert Machlz,
seemed to emerge as a new fair fair-haired
haired fair-haired boy,
Shubert Alley quiz question:
What's happening with the music musical
al musical "Packaged in Parts," in which
Hildegaffttc was supposed to star?
. Rav WalstOfl't "devil" anna

"Those Were The Good Old
Days," is riotous footage in the
"Damn Yankees" flicker, accord according
ing according to prevlewers.

Krrrh2 high card points and

nine probably winning tricks.
South had a reasonable two hid
but not an outstanding one.
North visualized a slam but start
ed proceedings by merely bidding
three spades. When South Bid four
and five no-trump, North wss de de-lighted
lighted de-lighted to Show his Ode see and

one king, and when south went
to seven spades, North put down

his dummy with great confidence

He certainly was surprised when
South struggled away and finally

nad to go down one trick.
Obviously the blame for the loss

of the smalt slam and rubber must

go to South. Where did he go

wrong?
South made a mistake that lots

of bridge players make. He for

got that his partner nad hearts nis

two bid.

South merely should have bid

four diamonds after hit partner's

spade raise. Then if North hsn

signed off at four spades. South

mould have quit right there. Of
course, North would have bid four
hearts, whereupon South could have
tried five clubs.
The partnership might still have
retched seven. North might have
jumped there himself, but prob probably
ably probably North would have taken heed
of his rather poor distribution and
contented himself with a Six bid.
In that case South should have
resllxed that he hads hown all bis
strength and pissed at the right
contract.

By HELEN THOMAS

WASHINGTON (UPI) It
takes more than a heap oliving

io maze a nouae a noma,
A hand-and-halr blower dry

r on the wall, alr-conditlonlng.

sound -proofing and a revolving
television set fitted In the walls

between rooms would be a big

help to bear tne nomemakers

tell it.

The National Association of

Homebui 1 de rs soil c i ted their
views In an essay contest and it

got back some dreamy respons

es. The winners, nearly 100. will

attend an expense-free three

day women'a conference on
housing in Washington, starting

OCt. 14.

The ladlea all seem to agree

on one thing, the more bullt-lns

the better. The "family room"
alao haa become a "mast" with
a fireplace, hi-fi, TV, book bookshelves
shelves bookshelves and card tables.
Mrs. Claire Bouton, Birming

ham, Ala., essay winner, aald aha
would like to have "low cabinet,
transparent shelves, lighted
counters, a dishwasher, disposal.

canister bins with measuring

handles, a self -defrosting refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator and a low luminous toi toilet"
let" toilet" for her youngsters.
Mrs. Dorothy VentrelU of Ro Rochester,
chester, Rochester, Minn, wants a V-type
of kitchen "for greater compact compactness
ness compactness and minimum amount of
steps," a counter-top built-in
stove and an oven with a rotls-

serle.

Q The bidding has been:
tat South West Ml,

If Pass 1 past i
a,w ?
Yott, South, hold:
ASS VKJJt7S 44I$ 44
What d. you of i
a-psm The biddins i. t
ever and .till more hearts easy
be Bid, j
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding continues with
two no-trump by West and three
no trump by Bast. What de you
de now? 1
Answer Monday i

'Cocktails For Two'
Singer Carl Brlsson
Dies In Copenhagen
COPENHAGEN, Denmark
(UPD Carl Brlsson, internstion-ally-famed
e n t e r t a iner whose
theme song wtt "Cocktails for
Two," died of t liver ailment
early today. He was 62.
The deep-dimpled Dane, who
had been bedridden for months,
was conscious almost to the end.
His wife Cleo tnd their ton Fred,
husband of stsge-screen star
Rosalind Russell, were at the bed

side.
Brisson first achieved public
notice as s boxer, winning the
Danish amateur lightweight
championship si 19 and going on
to become welterweight champion
of Scandinavia and Central Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. He won 15 of 72 fights.
As a dancer, sincer and Sctor.

Brisson became a familiar figure
in the theaters, movie houses end
night clubs of two continents Af After
ter After early successes in Denmark,
he progressed to England in 1921
and to Hollywood in 1934.
His favori'e role was Prince
Danilao. leadine man in (he popu popular
lar popular ooeratta "The Merrv Widow."

the international singer, when he He played the part 2,000 times in

muxes nis new iotk aooui i ine Kngiana alone.
Chateau Madrid Oct. 1. He's the "Cocktails for Two." which he
handsome chap who caused Ava had introduced in films, became
(iaroner 'o irak the airs dance his signature, but he also was the
floor with her enthusiastic stomp- first to sing such hits as "Roll

lng when he appeared a; the Don Ou' 'he Barrol" and "Isle of
Juan in London two years sgo. Capri."

Muscjeman Hargltay
Gels Tongue-Lash,
Order To Pay Ex
Hollywood rUPtt Muscle

men Mickey Hargltay, husband of

actress Jayne Mansfield, was giv given
en given a tongue lashing and ordered

to oa" 'o '- i in
a S-year-old daughter by his first,
wife.
Handing down the ruling last
night, Superior Court Commision Commision-er
er Commision-er John P. Oliver, raked the for former
mer former "Mr. Universe" with:
"He is more in'eres'ed in his
own pursuits than his own flesh
and blood."
Oliver pointed out that over a
period of time during which Har Hargltay
gltay Hargltay made $69,000 he contributed

She may have to fight It oat
at the convention with Mrs.

Margaret A. Kozak of Sacra

mento, Calif, who says a U U-ehaped
ehaped U-ehaped kitchen la ideal to cut
the traffic.
Mrs. Donald C. Coliver of To To-nawanda,
nawanda, To-nawanda, N.Y., wants her bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms to have one or more
"built-in" unite of drawers, mir mirror
ror mirror and wardrobe. She would
alao like a master vacuum clean

er in the basement with a hose

connection In all rooms.
Mrs. Violet Clnqulgranno of
Metairler, La., seemed to be
speaking for all the housewives
When she made a pitch for a blf
kitchen to be used as a father fathering
ing fathering place for the clan.
Bhe wants lots of floor space

nd ehelves that she can reach
without climbing a ladder.
Mrs. Peggy Loeffler of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City, Okla. wants sound sound-conditioned
conditioned sound-conditioned bedrooms which will
be "islands of privacy." She al also
so also wants an intercommunication
system to keep tabs ori the kid kiddies.
dies. kiddies. All the homemakere seemed to
want one room to which they
could run when the strain of
living with rock 'n roll and
model planes becomes too much.
They called it a "sanctuary," a
"retreat" and other peace-loving
names.
But most of all, the women
want a house their families will
always want to run "home" to.

Chamoun Group Demands

Cabinet Seats In Beirut

BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPl)-Sup-

porters of pro Western former
President Camilla Chamoun yes yesterday
terday yesterday demanded half of the ca

binet seats as the price for end ending
ing ending their opposition to the govern government
ment government headed by ex-rebel leader
Premier Rtshid Karaml.

The Christian Phalange backed
up its demand by staging a, noisy
but orderly anti Karamt demon demonstration
stration demonstration in the Christian sector of
this divided capital. There were
reports that units of the semi semi-military
military semi-military Phalange in the nearby
mountains were sealing oft ail
highways leading into Beirut.
The blocking of the highways,
over which virtually all food for

the city moves, could have serious

consequences, n couio iorce tne
Lebanese army into taking direct
militarv action, a move it haa
tried to bWmflffioW'Mm
sis.
V. S, force, meantime, con continued
tinued continued to load heavy equipment
aboard ships and make other
preparations for a quick withdraw withdrawal.
al. withdrawal. A Lebanese military spokesman
said an airlift was under consid consideration
eration consideration in an effort to speed the
departure of the some 8,000 Amer

ican Marines and soldierst ill

here. Informed military sources
said yesterday the wHhdrswai ws
expected to he completed by mid mid-October
October mid-October if shipping could be pro provided.
vided. provided. Karaml, as rebel leader In the
port cliy of Tripoli, was one of
Chamoun's strongest opponents.
His selection ss premier by Presi President
dent President Fttad Chehsb caused consid considerable
erable considerable resentment among the tup tup-porters
porters tup-porters of Chamoun.
Technically, the rebellion was
over because the former rebels
now formed the new government.
But Lebanon's troubles seemed
far from ended.
Following yesterday's demonstra demonstration,
tion, demonstration, the political party of the
Phalange met and demanded that
the cabinet be reshuffled to give

Chamoun supporters equal repre represent
sent represent a fon. A spokesman said the
Ssrty would be willing to accept
arami ts premletr if "such a
cabinet would truly conform to
Chehab'ft statement that there

only 1800 to the support of Tina, should be 'no victors and no van-

daughter by his first wife, Mrs

Mary Hargltay, 29.
The first Mirs, Hargitay sought
an increase of child support pay payments
ments payments from $250 to $45o a month
in her petition. She tos'lfied she
hsd agreed to a "quiet" Indiana
divorce from Mickey In ISM on
his promise that he would support
their daughter.
As for Miss Mansfield, she told

United Press International after

quished'

ment

in the rebellion settle-

little but lawn furniture.
Hargltay told the court he and
Jayne slept on mattresses on tin
floor, not because they couldn't
afford furniture but becaua they
hadn't had time to furnish it.

He ssld his only Income was 10

Oliver's ruling, "We're very hap per cent of Jayne's income as her
py that this Is ail over end every-'person si manager and $129 weekly
one can get back to normal." I which the actress paid him. Out
Normal for Che blonde film star of this he said he owed thousands
and Mickey was living in a $76,000 on his Cadillac and on a 10 karat
mansion without a bed and very ring for Miss Mansfield.

He said the Phalange would
Sntinue Its general strike, now la
e fourth day, until til demands
were met.
In the former rebel-held sectors
of Beirut, the barricades began
coming down and the former re resistance
sistance resistance fighters were putting
away their weapons In response to
to Kara mi's appeal for a return
to normalcy,
Two men in the old rebel Basta
quarter were shot and kiltait h

Soldiers when spotted carrvins:

weapons. Chehab ordered hi

troops to shoot on sight all armed

civilians.
But the barricades remains! im

around the Christian sector of
Beirut where a crowd of several

thousand surged through the
streets shouting anti-Ksrtmi slo slogans.
gans. slogans. .i '-' f-CJals!.rf ovi-. '.m. 'Mki tut

! I.I J,

Veterinary Corps
Won't Be Abolished

Seeretsry of Defense Nell H.
McElrov has issued a decision

that the Army Veterinary Corps

ana tne Air Force Veterinary Serv Service
ice Service would remain In existense,
according to a recent Army-Navy.
Air Force Journal.
Former Secretary of Defense
Charles E. Wilson had decided in
193S that he would move to abol
ith the veterinary services. Sev Several
eral Several postponements were request,
ed by Chairman Carl Vinton of
the (louse Armed Services Com
mittee during the two years that
followed, until McElroy decided to

reverse the original decision.

.Substantial contributions to mil military
itary military medicine and identic re.
search are made by veterinary of officers
ficers officers in the services, the Journal
said.
Veterinarian for U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean is Lt. Col. George D.
Batcheldor, of the office of the
USARCAR1B Surgeon at Fort Clay,
ton.
The duties of Batcheldor's staff
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from the time of slaughter to the
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and Naval ttation.

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aTt. MAAt'g CMUKCH- Balbea
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12:00 a m
1 Day Maaaeei l.aa, l u:a em
.il a.
eariaaaidM; Srur(U. 1:30 la M
7:00 U 1:00 p.m Thursday. oeYor
7:00 tc 8:00 pm
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after the taN
on Sunday
Mlgp scnooi atuay uui iw p.m mt
weaneeaay.
Sundyto5a. IftffaeTt ajn.
Holy Day aaaaaaai llM a m end 1:00
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coniesaiona: aaturoay a .to 10 :w ana
IS tn :00 om Thuredav before rtrvt
friday :oo
Sacred Hear! Devotlona: tM pm e
rriruya,
Catechlam Claaai l:U to : p
rhunday.
OUR LADI OP ATIMA-Oamnda
Sunday Ma at 1:00 a m
Hdb Day Ma at I) Dm
Coaienalotuil I M u u r n h tit
urday
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echlara Claaai Saturday 1:30 to 10
ST. JOSI
Sunday Maasae at
and l;U a.m.
Holy Day
' Mail at
M pa
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liM to 7:S0.
uarecninn ciaae; aunaay 1:00 to :w
p.m.
Miraruloua Medal Novanai t
on Friday.
Convert lnatrucuona: TRuraday 1:00
p.m.
' ST. VINCBNTP-Panama t.tty
Sunday Maaaaai ttOt and S40 a m
Holy Day
IV Maaaea: 1:30 and 3:00 o m
(It It fall on Saturday the Maaaaa at
. ana lap a m i
Confessions: Sat
lurday 3:00 to 5:00 and
Thursday" before Pleat
1:00 to 8:00 p.m
Friday 7:30 p.m
Mlraculoux Medal Novena i
p.m.
Sunday
Thursday
Convert cum.
m p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THEKKSA'S CJeeoH
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mas: 1 .00 a.m. (M H falls
MCtum C?m?i liao'to l:oo pm. on
Monday.
Confessions: g:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST pft I.A SAI L
Paruu Urfayr
Sunday Masses' (1:30 and 840 a.m.
Week Dava Mas. :30 Mon Thurs
p.m
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7.00 to
11:00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday COO
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
SundaMaMMiW.r
Concessions Saturday t:M to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Mday :80 p.m.,
Catechism Class: t:U p.m. on Sunday.
Saerad Heart Novena i 10 pa, an
friday
Convert uiaaei OHIV P m an inumoay
ATLANTIC SIDt
ST JOKRPM'S-t el
Sunday Masses. :4S, :i'nd.l:ll M
llolv Day Msssesi J:4S and 1:00 a i
ami a:4 n.m,
Confession: Saturday :00 t i:oo and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
lilt and 7:00 p m
sacred Heart Novena. rriaay. 7 us p.m
Sunday Evening Service 740 Pea.
Convert Clam: 7:11 o.m an Mondays
and Thursdays
catecnism CUSs: Sunday io:j a.m. to
11 a a m i:ou p.m. to :oo p m.
first rndav-Exoositlen of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 1)10
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Ladf
of Fatima-The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays bm to
:vo p.m.
MIRACULOUS MKDAIt rUIObal
Sunday Maaaaa: 7 K ItpO and 10 J4 am
Holv Dav Masses: i-OA. :OP a m. and
111! p.m
. Confessions: Saturday 40 to I. DO and
7:00 to itt pm. afta Rosary oaeb ava
una,
Mil
raeulou Madat Havana
1:11 and
iao pm. on Monday,
m Catechism Class: After IM Man an
Sunday.
First FrldSv Exnosltton all day durlna
the School Year.
First Saturday: Man at 1:00 am
HOl.t rAMIl.t CHURCH In
Sunday Mas: 7:30, 1:30, It at,
first
naiiirnav Mass:
JO a re
We
s
eekday Masses:
Sa. urday .. 70 p.m. to
1:00 a.m.
I JO p.m
7:0 p.m
traauiott Modal Havana
Masses- 7:30 am
i S:4I a m fa
its
m
Confession
m
evarv Monday
narlsh Family Rosary and
Benediction
7:00 p m
.every W.dnedy
Disc us's inn IfipulfV Oroup
1st. vattona ,
1st. Saturday Devotlona ..
7:30 p m.
7 JO a
7:00 p m
. ST VlNCaMTB-Balnbayi
Sunday Mas,: I so m
cny
-oo
s m
Hot Day MMi 1:00 a m and ami
Pto.
ConfcMMt: 4 00 I 5:0 and IU0 to
ca t ecnisrn Clasa : m.45 a.m on Sunday
Convert Class- ever Mon dav at 7 ft
Miraculous Medal Havana 7 JO p.m
on Tuesday,
Hert Nov ana: 7 JO pa m
IMMACULATE COHCITK-Gtf
canraarmrptf ajp to f top e en tat.
Sunday Maaaaf'700Mand a .to am.
Holy bay Masses: g.oo am and s od
' ?orifi(on Salurda at 1 lo
m a,, v,,,ii BCVOHUIM
amiann dv, appoiriwiaht.
MirMiiiMi Medal Havana: fjo am
on ii,aaay
fiir
II
lean Novang Im om an
Sunday aatotoi: ijo pm
RIlliua instruction ci.,
.s,,niMi
for Chll.
Fl.lm Si"' t
raday.
far natulla
iOO p.m m War).
nay
Can
nvart Instructions fry appointment.

Ian Monday

Catechism oUn

Episcopal

Th. t Her B Hebe Good.. STB.
Ik Vary Be. Malnart t
MM. Dean
LUIU
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m Holy Commtuilon.
I:U a m Church School (Holy Com
m union xro aunoayi
- I JO am Santa Com mi
trd
ay.
Estuel Pominlaa) till a
J1.-0U a m Morning Prayer and I
mon, Holy Communion tat Sunday.
TIN pm Evening Barvlo.
WEDNkBDAYS
tm an. Holy Crsmnwintan.
7:00 PP Evamn Prayar.
HOU DAYS
IW a pa Hay Communion.
I JO n Holy Communion
DAILY
l:U a. a. Mornlna Prayer
i:o aat'oa aane
COCOIJ
Chuck at
Th Rev William W
Pried
to Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion .....
Family Praver and
7:10 am
Church School I:M am
1 Alto Holy Communion and.
Mornlna Praver A laaaias 11 00 a.m
Sunday Meat month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy communion :uv a m
COBOZAL
Chape I of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence
v. raayea,
meat
W Charge
RID
AYS
:0o a.m. Morning Pra
Prayar,
(H.C. firat friday each Month).
rSAMBOA
at Stmna'a ( liur. h
The Hp. John Snaar Priest to Charge
Choral Eucharist and Sea Sea-SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS Sea-SUNDAYS mon cm am
Church School .j.. ....... If
Episcopal Young Churchmen :0ftpm
Evensona and Sermon 7:00
P
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning prayar ana nory
Communion
1:00
KVaUUatlt 0MMIII I tlw
p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. Snd and
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy communion i w am
Momln Pravor
!"
waning r rarer ...........
7:00 i
SATURDAYS
lamuy sucnarist
Office d campUna ......
am
I
LA BOCA
St. Peter' Church
The Rev.
John Spear. Priest to Charge
Morning prayer ana cnurcn
School
oi:s
1:30 a m
mon
Confirmation Class .......
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Hpiy Baptiam 13 JO noon
Evensong ana Aoareee .... iv p.n
3rd MONDAYS
Woman' Auxiliary r;o p.m
THURSDAYS or ft AST DAYS
Holy Communion :ov a.m.
Chapel of m rte! Comforter
iTl Shirley, Priaat to Cha
Vrn
Chrg
THURSDAYS
1 :30 a m. Holy Communion.
M ABC A BIT A
Church of St, Maraaret
Esnave and Bra? Blvd
The Rev. J MM K. Renew,
SUNDAYS
7:10 a.m. Holy Communion.
0:45 a.m Morning Prayar and
Church School
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS in HOLY DAYS
1:30 m. Holy communion.
f ABA MO
Th Key. Allan R. WnH,
Priest to Chrg
TM Be. David A Osborne,
VIM!
SUNDAY
4 00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A
:W a m infant Baptism.
.t.Wi tin Church School
i !,, It Bulldhik 131,
JS p.m Youth Fellowship
7 t
,dn;hEVl8DnA,,YSA,,dr"
IM Woman Auiiiry ond Al
Snd and
l .30 B in W
tar Guild Meeting.
SANAIMA Clfl
t Pant s Church
the Van Lemuel B dhtrlar, Reefer
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales. Asst.
SIMLA''!
0:00 a m Holy Comm.mlon
J ot, a m Sung Eucharist at Sermon
Ml oi Morning Prayer and Church
it mi Holy Baptism
7 00 o.m Solemn Vesper
I'UESDAVP
lio a m Holy communion
7:10 om Evening Prayar and Sermon
VVEDNEPDA YS
I J cm Holy Communion
7 JO tr,ni. Evening Pray
mURAilAys AND FRIDAYS
SJS n, Hot Communion
HOLY OAYb
00 a m. Holy Communicm.
CHRIST CHI KCH BY-THF-SKA
tpppojll Hotel Washington)
The Rev James reter farmer. Nectar
The Be. Henry A. Bi.k. Asrtftint
SUNDAY
My communion.
darning Praver.
1:00 a.m.
1:30 a.m.
0:00 am
hdrat iictins! and Sermon.
10 30 a.m
nurcn scnooi
7 JO a m
ssanaani and sr
1:00 a m. Holy Communion.
7 .00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 a.m. Evening Prayar.
?s im Morlufraf1
TJO p m
and
FRIDAY
7 0 am Morning Pryr
1:00 a.m. Chlldran' tucharlit
1:00 p.m. bwtola..
I JO am Holy Communion
7:e a.m
Ml p
wJjn
MONDAY
AY
BIO ABAJO
St. t hrlslopher' Chn'rh
loth Street, Parqu LaTevre
The Ml, t larent W.

Homing prayar
(veiling rrayer
Comnlln ,i l

. TURBDAY A

SUNDAYS
1:00 am Holy Communion.
7 30 a.m Sun Eucharist and S rman
II JO a J Morning Prayar and Church
acrrooi
"i'L0 l pi
I JO pm Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
SJB pjb in ui prd. Haaaaa'a Auat
TUESDAYS
ISOpm Junior Daughter! at th
In a.m Hoi Cammnnlnn
7 00 p.m Evening Prayar and Religious
J nUJiauA YS
SATUSDAYi
30 a m Junior Confirmation Clam.
Other Churches
THE NAZARENE
St. Aneon C.Z.
O Nlon. Paitor
C.Z. Tel 1301
1:45 am
...... ... 10:45 am
Kvangellstlc Service
Prayar Service. Wed.
llM pm
METHODIST
Sunday: f a.m. Panama Wesley
10:30 a.m. Sunday School
7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon
sermor
i. Para
Sunday 7 a.m. Parali
10 a.m. Paraieo Sunday School
t;i p.m. rarauo evangelical
Service.
CHURCH Of "THE HAZABENB
Writ: Boaf MargarlU, C.Z.
MongotShlp ','.".!!'.'.'. Sm
Evening Service 1 JO p.p
Divlha Worship :30 a.m.
ounoaj ocaoua ............ .w p.....
Sunday Masaae t, 7:45 11 MB
Rio Abljo. BP.
Sunday School 1:00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Maatlna Thumdav at 7:10 a.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pat, Win Memorial
OS Batbo Road Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHBIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a m
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 1:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday 0:00 am.
MlA: Wdnsdy 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p m
Telephone Balboe 4237,
astnatta ahraaan.
Building 200. Schoolhous Kod. Gatun
Sunday ScfvioT; ondy tMtm.
sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am.
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A WMM Hanrterl Ohureh"
(A class for every age)
Mornia WoMkht ......... list is
Youth tellowehlp ......... p.m.
Eevenln Worship
7:00 P.M
Prayer and Praise (Wad.) 7:00 p.m
A hurch nursey to provided.
VPJP
Morning oeyouon ......
Fellowship Worship ....
Sunday School
1:00 a.m
11:00 M.
1:00 p.m.
THE CHRIST ADF.1 .PHI ANS
t-anam District
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School am
Morning Service ............ 10 a.m
Adult Bible Class! each
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Divine Service 7:30 pm
Visitors are weieome at an services
and clsse.
RAHAI'S CENTER
sa rirar street
UrbanlraclOn El Carmen. Panam (Boy
informal Talks and
'la-a'pn-'-a1
Study CfaVsM?. "Thifrda"y JO p.m
BETBaX MISSION CmiBCPI
Paitor
Sunday: 11 :00 am Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday. School.
y. noi
Service
7:11 nm. Roanel
tjoepei aorvi
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 1 JO
Mld-vek Chriatlan
fallcraiahla.
inursoiy; a:uv tnmi nenearsai.
frldav: 7:10 Woman's Missionary So
ciety.
TUP CHURCH OP OOO
llth St, (Mont Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abeio
Rev. William J. Jehnwtn-P.ator
Sunday School 1:3 m
Morning Worship 10:10 a m
Sunday Night
aery
vie
7:10 pm
THE CHURCH OP OOO
7031 Eighth St.. Colon
Mrs, L. C. Donaldson. Paster
Sunday School 0:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Servle .... 7:30 p.m
THF, CHURCH OP OO0
Now Providence
Mr. M. Htne Patter
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Mornin Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night service .... 7 JO p.m
PIRST CHURCH OP OOO
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad St.
Rainbow city
Bev. William Livingston. Putor
Sundty School 0:30 a.m
Morning Worahip 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night service 7:10 p.m
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
fllahlo Height!. C.Z.
(near ma ISO scnooi;
Br Carl V. Thaaipeen. Mli
V. rhffniDMn, fr1lnHlyT
Diablo Hlht C.Z.
lome, Oamfioa 217
box as. j
Balboa 4J7I
7 no o.m.
nd Prayr grvic t JO p.m
Lutheran
BKOEEMFR LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road a WjajU Street
m,'9tluluk niiek, V(tt
P,0. Box 0SI, BelDoa
Sunday Sebool, RiW Claat lam
Savin iaVvia 10 is a.m,
Helv Communion, firm Sunday al
the hionth.
. AtttfttU Side
Our Saviour rpl.rl Chipel
Third Street and Meletid. Av.
. .Maw Crletobai
Sunday Sehoal. Rlfil Class I am
Divine Service 10:15 .m.
Hnly Communion, last Sunday of the
mrmlt.

CHURCH Of
441 frarurjDam

Rev. termer

Sunday School
W orship Service

Vaaatlk ...I

St. Baabaol The Arrhan at

Holy fochariat: Sund

l:S0 a.m.

ol

Sund

Rt Rev I "jiiO Btshoer

.

manes: I

. ennrch

Sunday school

Wertnl Setvioe

Youth Service

Jewish

Jewhn v altera Hoard Bid 713-1 La
rfuca .iou Balboa C.Z Rrbbi Nathan
Witkii. riiiector.
aWvic Friday 1 -0 n a.,,,.-..
93m pm
M jwlh earvican
and StatJaaii.
Congfagauon 5Ui Shaaritb larasi Ayo
Christian Scientist
mppj am wiaamiay IJI p.m
Posts and Bases
PACI It SIDE
PORT AMADOR
Sunday
School
l:M
Morning Worahip
10.00
10:01
Church-tlm
la Nui
fORT CLAYTON
Sunday School
iBuildlna No.
Morning WorVhip '. '. '. '"' '. i m
Thursday Evening Mld-WMk
YPai4rsBip jt
PORT SORBS
Sunday School ..
l;o
10:30
7:00
woruiip Barvie. Madden Wye 7:00
tup service, mo rtat .... B:U
tin Youth Feiiowahip .... i:M
ler'a Fallowthio T hum. . 7 :0a
car Christian Union Thura. I on
ALBROOK AOS FORCE BASE
Sunday school j
Arfuti nihla, f I... ,wro nu.kt o.aa
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship llftr)
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
llth ND HEADQUARTER! CHAPEL
Morning Worihlp p:0C
(Holy Communion first Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radlt, Station. Summit... :M
Catkalla
FORT AMADOR
Daily Ma
Sunday Masse ..
............ ;au
.... 7:00 it 1:30
Confeesione, Saturday
1:30 7IM
nunoay
1:00 m
tm
PORT CLAYTON
Sunday Maw'pg' WW'! V.Vf'iii'i' i
Canfeealena-Saturday .. j A
45
iioo
SJO
PORT KOBBB
Daily Mas (lit
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses 4:00 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions ,,. 7 JO
Confessions-Saturday.. IJO m 7 JO
COROZAL
Sunday Mam t
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Daily Mass
II JO
Saturday Mam
mam .................
HaOPM ......... 7:45 a 12:00
Si
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:00
Confewlons-Saturday 7
U.S. NAVAL STATION,
Sunday Mam
1:30
StM
FORT KOBBB
Saturday
USO-JWB. Balboa
7:11
4 JO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday ......................
5:10
ITI.A NTIC
I rolfMttftnt
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School-Bldg. SH .... 1:00
Morning Worahip ...... 10:30
Praver fellowship Bid. 23
Tuesday 7H
KYBB-Wednesday-Post hape) 0JS
tnoir rractiee vreoneeaay
Port Chapel 7:1
PORT OVL1CK
Sunday School
JO
10:45
0 JO
V.M
Mornlna Wmshlo
Youth Fellowship.
muiy nw, irnmH. tit it.
Ladies Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs.
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coeo Sol
... I. IL..-..1..
1:10
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship .,, U:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
ii Month)
Calholl,
PORT DAVIS
Dally Mas
7
unday mi
Confession!
0:3
Saturday
0:00
0:45
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Sunday Masses 1:30 and 0:10
Dally Masa 4:30
Saturday Masa 11:30
Confeesione (Sat.) 11:M and 0:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sola
Dally
4:00
IJO
1:00
Saturday Masa
Sunday Mass ..
COCO SOL1TO
Sunday Mass
11:30
Jewlab
FORT OtJLICX
Tuesday
7:15
Oraak OrtkodOS
Greek Orthodox Mrvt are conduct,
ed at the Church Of the Antinr-latio,,
Via Bell sarin perras. San Francisco d
la Caieta, Panama City. R.P and at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
MelendeZ. COIOn. K.P.. on .1 tarnata Sun.
call the Office of th Army Chaplain
82-3111.
days at 1:3. Pm further Information,
Sevtnlh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all ehurehe
a follow)
SATUhDAV:
SabtMtB Bonoai 1:30 a.m.
Dlvln Sttvk 11:00 a.m.
Youth Meeting 4:10 o.m
WEDNESDAY
Bible Stuay aaS frayar Same
'Mi p.m.
Pastor V'wiflar
catx vrd. i
rlW Vth No Pue
No 17 Chord
bio Nuevo 2 A St. belween Ird and tB
mis. mo Abao litn no. it Cambo
and rrilnle.
PattOT O, O. Wllllama-Tel. ( SBO
Paiter A. A, Orlazl Tel. (102
Spaii.O. Charfrfc. Peelflr Side Panaut
pasior NorMrto auir
P.uam. Calla Dartfl Na 1
Pedral at Nuava Ouerai
ABJerir
Pastor O.
Colon
toaTal. H gWt
Cristobal
Crlsienal
mgliah-lIM t Bolivar Av.
nanlsh-iath Beiwar Ave
Central OHIee:
Road-Tel. 2-1151 Sj 1 3531
0MI Otvilan

om

Program At Clayton

Forty officers and enlisted men
of the U.S. Armv Reiervei, now
civilian employes in virions parts
tf USARCARIB and other acitiv acitiv-tiei
tiei acitiv-tiei in the Cansl Zone, last Tues Tuesday?
day? Tuesday? vening began an intensive
program of trtinina it the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB Chemical-Biological Ra Radiological
diological Radiological School at Fort Clayton.
Twentv-three officers and four
enlisted men from the 7490 Rein
forcement Training Regiment, US
AR, Fort Amador, and 1 om om-con
con om-con from tho 7479th Control
Group Mobii le Deilgnatlon), Canal
Zone, heard Col. John F. Schmel Schmel-xer,
xer, Schmel-xer, assistant chief of staff. G-3,
USARCARIB, tell the class he
wai appreciative of their roles
Si reservists, at ha, himself,
came to USARCARIB from duty
with a reserve organization in 1 1-daho.
daho. 1-daho. Classes for the ready reservists
will tik place on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings for a total of
28 hours. The classes art a reg regular
ular regular part of th reservists' regu regular
lar regular training progam. Col. Jostph
F. Eicude, chemicil office, US USARCARIB,
ARCARIB, USARCARIB, gave the itudents an
orientition it the opening class,
which wn attended by Capt. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Underwood Jr., USARCARIB
lenior Army advisor. USAR.
The 7490 Reinforcement Training
Regiment, USAR, ii comminded
by Col. Edmund MacVittic (CE-
USAR).
Travelling; Commissioner
To Give ( nurses Here
Currently visiting the Isthmus
is HumbeTto Pssoa, Internation International
al International Traveling; Commissioner of
the Inter-Amrelcsn Association
of vVorld Scout, for Latin Amer America.
ica. America. He 11 here to give a series
of trainln gcourses for local
icout leaders. Three Isthmian
Scouting Organizations will par participatethe
ticipatethe participatethe Panama Boy Scout
Association, Boy Scouts of Amer America,
ica, America, Council Ml, and the Inter International
national International Boy Scouts of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Pasos' tentative program, as
outlined to local Scout officials,
callS for a thrddJRy training
course Oct. 3, 4 and 5 for Patrol
Leaders; three-day preliminary
course On Wood Badee Oct. 10,
11 and 12; and a one -day course
for Cubmasters Oct. 11.
I As a prelude to these, courses,
Pasos will meet with the officers
and leaden of the International
Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone
an agency of the Canal Zone
United Fond, at 9 a.m. tomorrow
At the Psraiso High School to
brief the group on the courses to
be given and his orogrm of ac activities
tivities activities while on the Isthmus.
It is expected that a good
number of officers and leaders
of the organization will be pres present.
ent. present. Scouts XTrted To Mark
Oct. 1 Day of Prayer
The canal Zone Council. Boy
Scouts of America, is urgine its
1349 members to observe Oct. 1
as a day of prayer for the na nation
tion nation snd for mankind, In accord
ance with President Bigenhow
er s oroclamatlon.
Dr. Arthur A. Schuck, chief
Scout executive of the Boy
Scouts of America, in a message
to Scout executive Daniel O
Daniels of the Canal Zone Coun Council,
cil, Council, said. "Bach of us. I know
covets every ooportunlty to
make the twelfth point of the
Scout Law effective. Also, each
of us in Scoutlne recognizes the
power and importance of pray
er."
The twelfth point of the Scout
Law reads: "A Bcout is reverent
He is reverent toward Ood. He is
faithful in his religious duties
and respects the' conviction! of
others in matters of custom and
relielon,"
Schuck informed President
Elsenhower that the organiza
tion hag taken steps for the
"fullest coooerstion to this no noble
ble noble purpose" and that the mem members
bers members totaling 1,751,000 boys and
men have been reouesterl to
"fullv support the proclama
tion."
President Ilsenhower, a mem member
ber member of the Boy Scouts' National
Executive Board since 1948,
wrote Schuck:
"I Rib heartened by your note
telling me of the support to be
eiven to the National Day of
Prayer to he observed Oct. 1. Not
only am I deliehted that the
Bov Scouts themselves will nar nar-ticipsts,
ticipsts, nar-ticipsts, but I know that they
will carry back to their homes
an Interest In this significant,
and I hope from now on yearly,
event."
Schuck wrote the canal Zone
council that he "was very much
moved by ths thought of an sn sn-tire
tire sn-tire nation on a given day. and
in accordance with forms and
tents of four respective reli religions,
gions, religions, praying to Ood for ths
moral and spiritual strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening of our nation, tor peace a a-mong
mong a-mong all osopls, and for freedom
for mankind.
Schuck RlSO suggested that
tluriny that week Krouta be en
fourafsd to attend the church
or their fRitb rxl engage in
prsysr
SACK ON MOSCOW HAT
MOSCOW fUPn IT. S. Am-
ha sudor Llewelyn Thompson re returned
turned returned to hie deak today after a
tnree week vacation in western

Europe.

Square Dancer Perform
At Therapy Centir
The occupational Therapy Cen Center
ter Center of the Chest Service was the

scene of a dance program Wed
nesday. The Magnolia Squire Dane
ers, accompgnled by Buck Jnnes
and his Square Dance combo, gave
a demonstration of square dancing
to the patients on this service. Ar
rangements for the program were
made by the Red Crois director
with Charles V. Greene. Mrs. Va Va-da
da Va-da Pence, Gray Lady in charge
of the Occupational Therapy Cen
ter, acted as mistress of ceremo ceremonies.
nies. ceremonies. Members of the square dance
group who narticioated were Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Hindsvfro Reid. Lilam Ben Ben-iamin,
iamin, Ben-iamin, Adrian McCalla, James
Newton', Alfred Pinks. Edgar King,
ELECTRIC HEATING BANNED
BERLIN (UPI)- The Commu Commu-niit
niit Commu-niit Eait Germm construction in in-dustry
dustry in-dustry has banned installation of
electric hearths, electric heating
and infra-red heatine for home
and public buildings In a move to
lave electric energy.
BEER SALIS ZOOM
BUDAPEST. Hunearv (UPI)
Beer consumption in this fornaV
traditional wine land his increas-i
ed by 700 per cent since the endj
of World War II. the Hungarian
pren reported today. j
PIRST BAPTIST
Balboa Heights
Recognizing the spiritual, ohvsl-
cal and mental growth of its pu
pils, the Sunday School of the First
Baptist Church .of Balboa Heights
will now its annual promotion day
tomorrow at 9:90 a.m.
Superintendent Robert L. Snyd
er has announced a fine program
is in store for regular members,
parents of the Children and visi visiters.
ters. visiters. The program will feature ileing,
recitations, from the children's de department
partment department led by the superintend
entl.
.All ire invited to attend and
iffy for the Church service which
follows. Paitor William H. Beeby
will conduct the service.

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NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (UPI) Bring on the
,World Series! Lew Burdette and Whitey Ford are
as ready as they'll even be.

Th surest, tin-off on any
pitcher Is his control and both
Burdette and Ford were letter letter-perfect
perfect letter-perfect In that department last
night.
Burdette, posting his 20th vic victory
tory victory for the first time In his ca career,
reer, career, didn't walk a man and
f-b- nf piuht in nitrhini Mil-
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waukee's National League cham champions
pions champions to a 2-1 triumph over Cin-
ftinnatl.
Ford was every bit as impress impressive
ive impressive even though Baltimore beat
the American League champion
Yankees, 3-2 in 12 innings. The
Yankee southpaw, on the shelf
!with arm trouble most of last
month, also issued no walks,
struck out six and yielded only
one hit during a six-inning turn
on the mound.
i The one hit off Ford was a
first-inning inside the park
homer by Joe Taylor. Baltimore
won the game with two runs in
the 12th off reliever Virgil
Trucks and the victory stretchel
an Oriole winning streak ti
seven games. Hoyt Wilhelro,
making his first start for Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore since pitching a no-hitter
against the Yankees on Sept.
20, added two hitless frames last
night before Ford singled In the
third. Wilhelm gave up six hits
and struck out nine in nine in innings
nings innings befbre winning pitcher
Billy Loes took over,
i Burdette's closest approach
! to a 20-game season previous previous-;
; previous-; Ijr was 1956 when he won 19
:' and lost 10. He also has lost 10
I this year. He scattered nine
i hits last night and gave up his
I only run in the fifth when the
? Redlegs pooled three of their
? bits.
f The Braves scored both of
their runs off rookie Jim O' O'-Toole,
Toole, O'-Toole, registering the decisive
I run in the second innine with
the aid of an error by third
baseman Frank Robinson.
', In other National League
nm Qnhln Phirt.s nf The
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Phillies recorded his 17th victo
ry with a 3-2 decision over tne
Pirates; the Giants clinched
' third place with a 4-3 win over
the Cardinals, and the Cubs
pained a solit by winning the
nightcap, 2-1, after the Dodgers
took the oDener, 6-3.
r Ted Williams climbed into a
tie for the American League
batting lead as the Red Sox
. swept a twi-night twin-bill from
the Senators, 6-4 and 3-1; the
I Indians edged the Tigers, 5-4,
and rookie Barry Latman of the
White Sox blanked the Athletics,
Roberts, salvaging a decent
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season after a poor start, shut
out the Pirates until the ninth
when they scored both their
runs. Bob Friend was tagged fori
11 hits in absorbing his 14th
loss. Richie Ashburn took over
the NX. batting lead by collect,
ing two hits and raising his av,
erage to .345 one point higher
than Willie Mays.
Orlando Cepeda drove in two
of San Francisco's runs agains
St. Louis with a pair of double;
Al Worthington saved Johnn
Antonelll's 16th victory when hu
came In from the bullpen to stop
a ninth-inning rally.
John Roseboro and Bob Lillis
had three hits apiece and drovi
in five runs between them in
the Dodgers' opening game vic victory
tory victory over the Cubs. Don Drys-.
dale lasted only 7 13 innings
but gained his 12th triumph
with relief aid from Fred Kipp
and Johnny Klippstein. Alvin
Dark homered for Chicago.
In the nightcap, Dark broke a
1-1 tie when he singled home
Chick King in the ninth Inning.
Rookie John Buzhardt notched
his third victory while Sandj'
Koufax was charged with his
11th loss.
Williams, now batting .323,
moved into a tie with team teammate
mate teammate Pete Runnels when he
collected two hits, including
his 24th homer, during the
Boston Washington opener.
Ted Lepcio's two-run homer
In the sixth inning proved the
margin for Ike Delock's 14th
victory. Roy Sievers hit his
39th homer for the Senators.
In the nightcap, Bill Renna,
filling in for Williams, snapped
a' 1-1 tie with an eighth Inning
homer that brought Frank Sul
livan his 13th triumph. The two
losses stretched Washington's
losing streak to 11 games.
Rocky Colavito was practical practically
ly practically the whole show in Cleveland's
win over Detroit. He slammed
his 40th homer with one on in
the sixth and singled home the
winning run off Herb Mpford in
the ninth. Larry Doby and Frank
Boiling also homered. Reliever
Dick Brodowski held the Tigers
hitless over the last three in innings
nings innings to pick up his first victory.
The White Sox got a three-hit
pitching effort from Latman in
their game with the A's. Latman
struck out nine and walked on only
ly only two in gaining his third vic victory
tory victory without a defeat. Chicago
scored the only run of the game
In the sixth off Bob Grim on
singles by John Romano anl
Ron Jackson and John Callisons
sacrifice fly.

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NATIONAL
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LEAGUE
AS RH Pet.
Ashburn, Phil. 150
Mays, S. Fco. 150
Musial, St. L. 133
Aaron, Mil. 151
Skinner, Pitt. 142
Banks, Chi. 153
Cepeda, S.Fco. 146
Lynch, Cinci. 120
Temple, Cinci. 141
Walls, Chi. 136
606 95 209 .345
590 117 203 .344
462 63 156 .338
596 109 196 .329
520 91 168 .323
613 119 193 .315
594 86 186 .313
412 57 128 .311
542 82 166 .306
513 80 156 .304
AMERICAN
Runnels, Bos. 145
WiUiams, Bos. 127
Kuenn, Det. 137
Kaline, Det. 144
Boyd, Bait. 113
Power, Cleve. 139
Minoso, Cleve. 147
Mantle, N. Y. 148
Colavito.Cleve. 141
LEAGUE
558 99 180 .323
403
554
535
397
509
550
77 130 .323
71 176 .318
83 167 .312
58 124
93 155
93 167
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512 125 155 ,303
484 78 146 .302
HOME RUNS
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
47
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31
31
30
American League
Mantle, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Kensen, Red Sox
42
40
39
38
34
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National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Cepeda, Giants
Aaron, Braves
H. Anderson, Phils
129
109
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American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Mantle, Yankees
120
110
108
103
97
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PITCHERS
(Based en 15 decisions)

Natinal League
W L Pet.
Burdette, Braves 20 10 .667
Spahn, Braves 21 11 .656
Hobbie, Cubs 10 6 .625
Rush, Braves 10 6 .625
i Friend, Pirates 22 14 .611
Worthington, Giants 11 7 .611
American League
Turley, Yankees 21 7 .750
McLish, Indians 16 7 .696
Ford. Yankees 14 7 .667
Delock, Red Sox 14 8 .636
Pierce, White Sox 17 11 .607

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BAREFOOT BOYS Austrian-born Dieter Gerhard, 16, left,
and brother Mario, 18, practice the barefoot technique which
makes them the field goal specialists of Brush High School
in Cleveland. Mario successfully booted 33 out of 37 last year.

Braves Appear to Have
Pitching Edge Over NY

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) With a
pair of battle tested aces in
warren Spahn and Lew Burdette,
a strong reliever in Don Mc-
Mahon, and two off days for
travel, the Milwaukee Braves'
World Series pitching prospects
appear much brighter than the
New York Yankees'.
Oddsmakers Figure
Detroit, Cleveland
Will Lose Openers
The oddsmakers figure the di division
vision division champions Detroit Lions
and Cleveland Browns will lose
their 1958 National Football
League openers Sunday.
Detroit, defending Its Western
Division title, is a four-point
underdog for its opener at Bal
timore against the Colts. Cleve Cleve-defending
defending Cleve-defending Eastern cham champion,
pion, champion, Is a 3Vi point underdog for
us clash with the Rams in Los
Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
In Sunday's other openers, the
Chicago Bears are seven-point
favorites to whip the Packers at
Green Bay; the Forty-Niners are
V2 point choices to defeat the
Pittsburgh Steelers at San Fran Francisco;
cisco; Francisco; the Washington Redskins
and Eagles are rated even at
Philadelphia and the New York
Giants are favored over the Chi
cago Cardinals by 3'2 at Buff a.
lo. NY.
The Lions face a Baltimore
club that has won Its home
opener four of the last five
years. The Browns face the same
situation at Los Angeles. The
Rams always are tough at home
and have won their opening
game the last five years.
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Completes Sweep

If manager Casev Steneel could
be sure lefty Whitey Ford and
reliever Ryne Duren were both
in the same brilliant form of the
first half of the season, the
Yankees' pitching might be up to
the standard of Milwaukee's, con considering
sidering considering the playing schedule of
tne aeries.
But although Ford has Ditched
wen in part game appearances
with the pennant pressure off
during recent weeks, there is
some doubt whether his arm is as
sound as when he compiled a 13-4
record by July 25. He develoMd
arm irouDie soon alter that and
has not won a game since Aug. 8
Better Then '48 Breves
And Duren. who nicked un
few minor injuries around mid mid-season,
season, mid-season, also has not Ditched like
the blow-'em-down, late inning
nreman ne was during the etrly
iiionuis or
Milwaukee's 1-2 mtehinir mmrti
of Spahn (21-11) and Burdette
(20-10) is considerably better than
me pennant winning (Boston)
Braves' staff of 1948, when the
chant was: "Spahn and Sain, and
then we'll pray for a day of
rain.
The '48 Braves never did get
any rain and lost that Series in
five games. Ten years later Soahn
is cagier ana ast ough to beat
as he ever was: the Braves have
a stronger supportine cant for
their two top pitchers; and there
is that Friday and Tuesday break
for travel, which again sets ud
three starts by Burdette.
uurdette is manager Fred
Haney's logical Series starter for
two reasons: 1. In the event of
another seven game series. Lew
is stronger and better equipped
man apann to maKe tnree starts;
2. His mastery over the Yankees
last year is a big psychological
asset to tne Braves.
Burdette v Turley
Stengel's opening game Ditcher
undoubtedly will be Bob Turley
Ku-i). He is big and strong, has
proved during the 1956 and 1957
Series he can give his best under
pressure, and probably could
make tnree starts if the Series
demanded it. Ford (14-7). who
has won five Series games during
his career is expected to oppose
apann in tne second game.
f or the third game in Yankee
Stadium the plans of both
managers are vague. Hanev can
cnoose irom among rookie Carl
ton Willey (9-6); Juan Pizarro. a
left handed second vear man
with a 6-4 record; and Bob Buhl
(5-), a victim of arm trouble for
more than half the season, An-
otner less likely starting pro prospect
spect prospect is Bob Rush (10-6). who is
more apt to be used for middle
inning relief jobs. Joey Jay, once
a starting prospect, is out of the
Series because of injuries.
Mor.t To Cho( From
Stengel has more pitchers to
choose from for that third starting
role, but the quality is aimst'on-
"ble. It could be Don (Perfect
oame) Larsen (8-6), whose arm
has been giving him miseries:
Bobby Shantz (7-6), ineffective in
a start against the Braves last
year; Duke Mass (11-8), who has
sHown imnrovement latelv; Art
Hit mar (9-8) and Murry Dickson
"0 7), the former National
League castoff who still remem remembers
bers remembers the Milwaukee hitters pretty
well.
The Series could well turn on
which manager mukes the rirht
"guess" for the third game as assignment.
signment. assignment. After that, both man-
:"ers undoubtedly will go back to
their aces for the next two
games.
TITLi BOUT POSTPONED
TOKYO (UPI) The title fight
between Far East bantamweight
champion Leo Espinosa of the
Philippines and Kiyoski Miura of
Japan has been postponed from
tonight to Oct. 8 because Espinosa
suffered a sprained finger during

training,

Cup Defense

By JACK V. FOX
NEWPORT, RJ. (UPD The
magnificent sloop C o 1 u mbia
winged home yesterday in the
17th successful defense of the
America's Cup that we took from
Britain's sailors more than a
century ago.
Columbia sweat proudly over
the finish in the fastest time of
the four straight victories la
this 1958 match.
Her hopelessly outclassed op
ponent, Sceptre, could just be
seen two miles back in tne non-
zon haze and the English boat
came limping in with her alu
minum boom badly bent and a
pole wired to It as a splint.
It was as decisive a victory as
any of the yacht battles that
started when the saucy schoon
er America went to England's
shore In 1851 and captured from
17 British boats the $500 silver
mug that can't even be drunk
from it has no bottom.
That greatest of good losers,
Sir Thomas Lipton, never lost
more gracefully than did Scep Sceptre's
tre's Sceptre's gallant crew under Royal
Navy Lt. Comdr. Graham Mann,
sailing companion of Prince
Philip.
Mann was shellacked in every
one of the four races under all
kinds of weather and Sceptre
never made a contest of this at
any time. But the good-looking:
vounsr Briton was standing with
a grin and waving along witn nis
men as thev came in seven mm
utes and five seconds behind in
this last race.
Cunningham took Columbia a
round the 24-mlle triangular
course Friday In three hour-.
four minutes and 22 seconds by
the official timer.
The Americans had won the
first race by seven minutes, 44
seconds; the second by 11 min
utes, 42 seconds and the third br
eight minutes, 20 seconds. One
race had to be rerun because the
wind was so light neither boat
qould finish in the required live
and one-half hours.
The four-straight victory was
the same as last time the na nations
tions nations met In 1937 with Harold S
Vanderbilt racing Ranger and
t.ojvi. sopwitn, tne British mo
tor magnate, on Endeavour II.
But Sopwitn did manage to get.
the last race down to a margin
oi only tnree ana one-naif mm
utes.
Minneapolis
Caps Series
Opener, 6-2
MONTREAL, Sept. 27 (UPI)
Relief pitcher Rene Valdes was
a surprise nomination to pull
the Montreal Royals even in the
second game of the Little World
Series tonight against the Mln
neapolis Millers.
The American A s s o elation
playoff champs defeated the In
ternational League tltlists, 6-2,
last night in the opener of the
best-of-seven series. Manager
Gene Mauch named lefthander
Dean Stone (13-10) to face the
Royals in the second game.
Valdes had a 14-13 record dur
ing the regular season, with
most of his decisions coming in
relief. In eight appearances dur
ing the I.L. playoffs, Valdes gave
up 11 runs in 13 innings. Stone,
who once gained Credit for an
American League all-star game
win, won one game In the A.A
playoffs.
The Millers jumped on Mon
treal's ace southpaw, Tom La La-Sorda,
Sorda, La-Sorda, for two runs In the first
Inning last night and then
knocked him out with another
pairin the third. They added
single tallies in the seventh ami
eighth frames.
The Royals managed only at
unearned run off starter M
Schroll in the second and then
Solly Drake tagged him for a
solo home run In the seventh.
Schroll needed late inning
help from Tom Hurd but gained
credit for his third playoff win.
He walked three and struck out
seven In 7 13 Innings.
The Millers collected 11 hits
off LaSorda, John Jancse, Char Charlie
lie Charlie Rabe and Jackie Collum,
while Schroll and Hurd held the
Royals to seven. Including two
Infield dribblers and an Infield
fly that fell for a double.
Sports Briefs
RIDES SECOND TRIPLE
MAYS LANDING, N. J. (UPI)
Bob Corle booted home three
winners at the Atlantic City race
course Wednesday to make it six
victories in two days or riaing.
ORIOLES' ATTENDANCE DIPS
BALTIMORE (UPI)-The Balti
more Orioles attendance for the
1958 season dipped to a five-year
lowo f 929,991. Last year the at
tendance was 1,029,581.

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W L Pet. GB
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84 48 .553 7
71 73 Jlf 12
75 77 .493 H
71 81 .417 2
71 12 .464 20V4
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Pitt.burgh
San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Let Angeles
Chicago
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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
St. Louis at San Francisco
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Pittsburgh 000 000 002-2 9 0
Roberts (17-14) and Sawatskl.
Friend (22-14) and Foiles.
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Cincinnati 000 010 0001 9 l
Milwaukee 110 000 OOx 2 4 0
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British Don't Need Sympathy
Over America's Cup Race Loss

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By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI)-The vacht
racing buffs have adopted the old
American League war cry of
"Break up the Yankees" today
as result of the manner in which
the Columbia is proving to bet he
gem of the ocean.
There is much lachrvmose land-
blubbering to leeward over the
way Britain's Sceptre is being
sunk. Even some of our guys
seem to think it's the sporting
thing, old boy. to say ain't it a
shame and wouldn't it be jolly if
me iteacoats couia win.
It 'wouldn't.
For one thing, there have been
too many sporting bundles to
Britain of late for them to need
such snympathy. For another, to
a rooter born far on the other
side of those silver-plated New Newport
port Newport tracks, let 'em come and
win it.
Nothing Per Free
The Yankees not only refused
to be broken up but they're still
proceeding busily in the business
of wrapping up pennant after
pennant. Notre Dame and Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma don't give the opposition
anything for free and Rocky Mr Mr-ciano
ciano Mr-ciano isn't going to be kicked out
of the ring history books because
he never lost a fight.
During the Olympic Games at
Helsinki, one British official com com-plainedt
plainedt com-plainedt o an American official
about the bg Yankee parade and
groaned over a potential British
shutout:
"You fellows have all the gold
in the world at Fort Knox. Why
don't you let us win one gold
medal."
To which the Yank renlied:
"We'll loan you all that Ken
tucky stuff you need but these
you have to come win."
Don't Need Sympathy
Don't sing me any sad songs
for the Sceptre. Because if vou've
looked latelv. vou'll note that in
U. S.-British athletic competition
we need a 'hot hand on the high
seas io gei dbck some oi oun
respect. 1
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of the four trophies in competition
between our two nations. TheV
beat us in the Ryder Cup, be-
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iwccu uui kuu prua, nn imp nrsi
time in 24 years; in the Wight Wight-man
man Wight-man Cup. between our women
tenms players, for the first time
in 28 years, and retained the
Curtis Cup, played between our
women amateur golf players. The
only one we have left is the
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Latman (2-0) and Romano.
(Night Game) '!
Baltimore ion Ann ami nnn j L
New York 000 010 009 0912 8 n
Wilhelm, Loes (2 and Man.:
?rd' JISren- Trucks
(2-2) and Howard. r
amateur golfers' Walker Cow
nuu ine America s uup. "T
I like to see my horse win.. And
tf it's a "boat race," so
the better.
My "horse" is the Calumh!
and, dissatisfied witn a winning
streak of a mere 107 years, 1
hone we beat 'em 107 more.
They don't need sympathy. Just
a faster boat. J
CFN To Telecast '58 f
World Series 3 Days
After Games Played
The World Series games will be
telecast over Caribbean Forces net
work at 9 p.m three) dqys after
they are played. College football
pames will be telecast on Satur-.
day afternoons and professional
games will appear on Sunday aft aft-ernoons.
ernoons. aft-ernoons. This will allow the sports fan
to review the World Series and
football games of early October
during the time normally assigned
to sports features on CFN-TV. How
ever, prime viewing time is still
reserved for the hour dramas, va variety
riety variety shows and the better enter entertainment
tainment entertainment films supplied each week
by the Department of Defense.
Since sports shows a e re ied
by direct airmail and must be te telecast
lecast telecast within 48 hours the CFN
television schedule is subject to
change without notice.
Player Of The Day
JIM BUNNING
Jim Bunning, Detroit's Hfltmy
26-year-old right hander is going
to remember the 1958 season with
mixed emotions.
After Bunning posted a 20 8
record last year, Detroit officials
optimistically believed he would
do at least as well this season.
There were times when Bunning
looked like the outstanding pitch pitcher
er pitcher in the American League, such
as last July 20 when he hurled a
no hitter against the Boston Red
Sox. There were other times, how however,
ever, however, when he couldn't get by the
fifth Inning.
He enioyed one of his better
dsys against the White Sox Thurs Thurs-''y
''y Thurs-''y when he limited them to six
hits in beating them, 7-1. The
only Chicago run came as a re result
sult result of Ron Jackson's hotter in
the fifth inning.
The. victory brought Running's
record to 14-11 for the year.

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Another Event
Added to List

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27, 1951

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4 Over Braves

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (.UPJ) Defense
is the same of the game to Casey
Stengel, and it is is one depart department
ment department in. which the New York
Yankees have it all over the world
champion Milwaukee Braves.
The Braves aren't a poor field fielding;
ing; fielding; team, of course, but they are
bound to have at least two de defensive
fensive defensive weaknesses in the series
and when Joe Adcock is in the
lineup they'll have three. The
Yankees won't have any defen defensive
sive defensive weaknesses, unless perhaps
when Yogi Berra plays right. But
.yen so, Yogi is surprisingly sound.
on fly balls and ms arm is accur-
ate if -weak.
Tli Braves' weaknesses, agreed
en by seven National League!
WOLFHOUND IS NOW
LARGEST DOG
By JOE STETSON
Dog Editor
WHAT is the biggest breed
of
dog? -fl
.tere is, of sayrse, considerable
variation among dogs of a breed.
Ttiere is the' matter i how size
is measured height or. weight J
girth or substance. Vi
The heaviest dogs are found a
mong the Saint Bern ards weight
no to 240 oounds. The height at
the shoulder would ny be more
than 32 inches, and ne?d only an an-proach
proach an-proach this figure to be a very
heavy dog, considering the busi business.
ness. business. Newfoundlands ( pet pretty
big, usually suffering fn agility
and balance in the doing.
The largest framed dogs are
Irish Wolfhounds, wlucn approach
the shoulder height and substance
of the Great Dane, but are longer
in body. There shaggy coats lend
size to their appearance. Draocd
over the shotifTerS of a diminu diminutive
tive diminutive owner, they give the impres
ion of being monstrous.
Styles change the comoarative
positions of breeds in the size
category. The Dane, for example,
has been gaining in size, but los-
ing in spring of rib and head sub-

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coaches, managers and
interviewed, will he in
players
the out-1
field and wherever Adcock plays.
The reason is that left-fielder Wes
Convigton is playing on two weak
knees and Bill Bruton, center center-fielder,
fielder, center-fielder, does ot cover as mcuh
ground as he did before last sea season's
son's season's injuries.
Torra Is Improved
"Covington is a liability de defensively
fensively defensively because of his knees,
said one N L. expert. "It is
a question mark whether they
win ha ahl to nlav him in the
big Yankee Stadium' left field,"
Adcock puyea nrst
piayea nrsi
against iu
rs in
the 1957 series and Manager Fred
Haney presumably plans more of
the same. Joe, of course, is in
stance, where the breed was great greater
er greater in weight, and "iore than bal balanced
anced balanced the longer body of the Wolf Wolfhound.
hound. Wolfhound. Twenty years ago, the Danes in
the country wpre greater in sub substance,
stance, substance, as thev should be consi
dering the coursing purpose of
the Wolfhound, and. higher in
shoulder many being 165 pounds
at 35 inches shoulder neight. This
ou'weighed the Irishmen.
Today's Danes are towering e
vert Higher, but deteriorating in
head and body substance and mus
culature. Wolfhound substance con
tinues to grow along with great
er height.
We now have dogs of more thin
36 inches, which can very well be
considered our largest.
gun cm
NOTES
PEDRO MIGUEL
Tomorrow, starting at 10 a.m
the Pedro Miguel Gun Club is
holding another of it's ponular 50-
target, do-it yourself, handicap
shoots, with the usual opttonals
All trapshooters cordially invited.
Come out and warm ud for the
coming duck season.
Dec. 21

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right watch with sails already
J me of the,
imuum a muc
- old America's Cup, which has
uwm wi.wv.
the lineup for his hitting) if the
Braves have a lead in the late
innings he is sure to be replaced
by Frank Torre.
Torre has been doing a fine
job and is one of the most im
proved players on the team," our
NX- expert said, "He has also
developed into a pretty good hit hitter
ter hitter although he is a very slow
runner and hits into a lot of
double playg."
Elsewhere, the B r a v e a are
sound, if not spectacular. D e 1
trandall and Del Rice provide
outstanding catching. Shortstop
Johnny Logan and second-baseman
Red Schoendienst make up
a first class double play combina
tion although Schoendienst is said
to have slipped some. Logan did
not hit well this year but his
fielding improved. Third base
man Ed Mathews is also said to
have imoroved defensively. Hank
fAaron, the other regular outfield-
er. is considered outstanding and
utility outfielder Andy Pafko is
satisfactory.
ehx Mantilla, who filled in so
ably for Schoendienst in 1957, is
rated one of the, best utility men
in the business.
Stickler Per Defense
' Stengel is especially intolerant
of stupid play or defensive lapses
and that's why the American
League champions present such a
cnsD, smooth functioning c
fensive unit. Casey oes to al
most any lengths to shore up de
fense: once- this year, for exam
nle he actually started Bobby Del
Greco instead of EMon Howard
or Norm Siebern in 5ft field for
simple defensive reasons. Casey
explained that Billy O Dell was
pitching for Baltimore so he
thought the game would be close
and I don't want to eet beat by
a ball that should been causht".
"Ten years of Steneel accent on
defense explain a lot about the
Yankees. They may not be the
best team in baseball but they're
the classiest," is the way one
American League manager
phrased it.
Berra and Howard are' both
able catchers. Skowron is no
gazelle around first base but he s
a sure catch and doesn't make
errors. Tony Kubek and Gil c
Dougald form a splendid double
play combination and it gets even
better when Bobby Richardson
plays second base. Andy Carey is
the best defensive third baseman
man in baseball and Jerry Lumpe
is more than adequate.
The Yankee infield reels off
double plays like clockwork and
don't be surprised if that rally rally-killer
killer rally-killer is a big factor. The Braves
uon i hit and run much they
nave several siow runners and a
lot of guys who hit the ball sharp
jy. Against a team like tne Yan
kees, this can add up to a lot of
double plays.
Siebern, timid early in the sea
son, gradually took charge in
left field and is a typical Stengel
Yankee not too mucn ot a long
ball hitter, but serious, hard-work
ing, versatile and solid defensive
ly, Mickey Mantle, of course, is
only a shade below the Piersail
ana Mays cass, and Hank Bauer
could play center field on several
clubs.
Conclusion: A definite edge for
uie lannecs.
Rogelio Alvarez
'Rookie-of-Year
In International
MONTREAL (UPl) Rogelio
(Borrego) Alvarez, 30-year old
Havana first baseman-outfielder.
today was named the Internation
al League's "rookie-of-the-year"
for 1959.
Alvarez, who set new club rec
ords with 25 home runs and 91
runs nailed in this season, won
by a single vote over Bob Giai
lombardo, 21-year-old southpaw
who posted a 12 9 record for Mon
treal. --

D efensively

At a meeting Tuesday evening
the Boat Racine Commission of

the Club de Yates y Pesca de Pa Pa-nama.
nama. Pa-nama. decided to add anoiher e e-vent
vent e-vent to the program of September
29 in honor of His Excellency, Er-
iitsui ue ta uuardia jr.. Presdent
of the Republic.
This decision was made bv said
Commission due to the fact that
numerous vessels have inscribed
in the event for boats of 14 feet or
more, and it waa necessary to di
vide them into two groups.
One group will be farmed by
boasts measuring up to 14 feet
with motors ot up to 35 horse pow power;
er; power; and the other, by boats mea-
luimji mure man i reel wnn mo motors
tors motors up to 50 horse power In this
way the Boat Racing Commission
has bettered the conditions tor the
parlicipents and avoided the "han
dicap" which waa to be used in
the race for boats measuring 14
feet. I'?. Vs-"
At the same meeting. t he Boat
Racing Commission made the clas
sification of the prizes, already
listed, lor the different events on
the program, but expects to re
ceive additional prizes.
Avianca Offers Surprin Priia
The Avianca company has no notified,
tified, notified, in writing, that they will
donate a surprise prize of a great
use, which will be brought especial especially
ly especially to Panama. This notification
was maue uy Jorge Saavedra,
special representative of Panama
and Central America, who will
make a trip to the. United States
to Dring saia prize.
Take Off Te Tabega
Scheduled At Six a.m.
The majority of the particip participants
ants participants in the ski marathon from Ta Ta-boga
boga Ta-boga to Panama, will take off in
their respective boats with all
their gear, between six and seven
a.m.. remaining on the Island un
til two thirty p.m. when the judge
Will give the start sin-'
er participants will leave later in
for Taboga, but from the Balboa
Paraiso Sports
PAR AISO HIGH TAKES LEAD
IN INTSRSCHOLASTIC VB
Volleyball teams representing
the Paraiso High School went oft
to an auspicious start this week,
taking the lead with wins in boys
and girls volleyball contests over
Rainbow City on the latters' home
court. The bovs in their auest for
laurels, dropped the homesters 15
9, 15-2 while the girls spanked
their rival counterparts 15-4, 15-2.
Dolores Peterkin. Asnes Blades.
Zurita Everseley, Vdma Allen,
Jeannette Fyffe and Yvonne Hunt
ers were the big guns on the Pa
raiso suqad, playing with the cool
ness and precision that are the
vital factors of the game. They
were sharp end always on the
plays, and at every moment had
their opponents bewildered with
their movements.
Such players as Frederick Mc-
Kenzie, Ruth win Samuels, John
Hogan, Everardo Baptiste and
James Joshua proved to power
ful for the Rainbow City aggrega
tion, which failed in every at
tempt to measure up with the
tricky maneuvers of the Pacific
Siders. These boys like their sis
ters are endeavoring to make a
clean sweep of interscholastic tour
naments this year, having won
four championships in several
sports against r.o defeats to date
and are now shooting for their
fifth and sixth titles.
VIOLINTS AND QUEBEC GIRLS
LIAD LOCAL VOLLEYBALL
LOOPS
The Violent and Quebec Girls
are setting a terrific pace in 'the
current volleyball loops being con
ducted on the Paraiso Playground.
taking the top spots in the face of
stubborn rivalry from other de
termined opponents of the cir
cuits. The Violents in -their stride
for top honors dropped the Pio
neers Thursday night 15-9, 9-15
and 15-9. They are now five wins
and one defeat' in e atandings
while the Quebec Girls are four
wins and one defeat.
The girls rperesentine the St.
Albans Club are playing a rather
fine brand of ball with a three
and one won and lost column, but
will have to 4e at their v-rv best
to move pass the strong Quebec
a "relation, which boasts the
cream of local female players.
Whatever
Haooened to .
HORACE (HOD) PORD
United Prats International
Horace Ford spent 19 years as
an infielder with National League
clubs, starting with Boston n 1914
and winding up there in 1933. ah
told, he plsyed for five different
clubs and wound up with a life lifetime
time lifetime batting average of .293. His
best season was .279 for the 1921
Braves. After a five year hitch
with the Braves, he moved on to
Philadelphia for a year. Brooklyn
for a year, then six seasons at
Cincinnati before winding it up m
1932-1933 with the Braves. He
clayed 1.449 games in all.
Whatever happened to Horace
Ford vnow hi he operates
restaurant at Winchester, Mass.

SKIMMING THE WAVES Fifteen-year-old Ellta Carter of
Curundu, C.Z., skims over the waves in Panama Bay while
practicing for Sunday's motorboat and skiing races. Elita is a
member of the Panama Ski Club and has been skiing for two
years. ..

Mississippi Southern No. 1
Small College Football Team

By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK fUPn Mississip
pi such major football schools as
Georgia and Alabama m recent
years, was named the nation's NO.
i small college team today in the
first weekly United Press Interna
tional ratings.
o...l ... U 1 V
Mississippi BUUI1ICI II, wait. 11
boasts two victories and tie a a-painst
painst a-painst Alabama dIus a triumph
over Georgia in the last five years,
received five first place votes
and a total of 122 points m the
first balloting for the 1959 season.
Forty seven small college
coaches-one from each state ex except
cept except Wyoming, which has no
schools elteible for rating in the
division will rate the teams
weekly for United Pri;s intern:
tinnal thi first such small col
lege rating in history. Forty voted
in the first ballolini basing meir
decisions on games played
through last Saturday night.
Connecticut, which tackles a
major college foe today and a
four-star jinx in Yale, was second
with three first-place votes ana
105 Doints. Yale has played 79
games against other Connecticut
schools and never has been beat
eh in those clashes.
Idaho State, which goes after
lits fifth Rocky Mountain comer
ence title in seven years this sea
son, was third with four first-place
votes and 99 points. Chattanooga
was fourth with a first-place vote
and 99 points. Ohio, University
Fuel. Returns
To Auburn U.
LINCOLN. Neb. (UPI) -Sopho
more quarterback Don Fuell, who
was involved m a recruiting scan scandal
dal scandal at Auburn, has decided not
to enroll at the University of Ne
braska.
Athletic Director Bill Orwig said
the 19-year-old Guntersville, Ala.,
football star plans to return to Au Auburn
burn Auburn and resume his education.
He will not be able to take part
in athletics at Auburn since Si
has been barred from competition
in the Southeastern Conference.
Orwig said Fuell left L!ncoln
Wednesday after issuing a prepar
ed statement.
"I like everything about Nebras
ka," the statement said, "Every
one was most kind to me but T
think it best that I return home."
Huskar Coach Bill Jennings uaid
Fuell "seemed to be fife gentle gentleman
man gentleman and was academically sound.
I'm disappointed that he did not
stay." ...
The faculty advisorv committee,
which met to consider Fuell's
case, did not make public its de
cision. However, there was specu
lation it voted against extending
Fuell a grant-in-aid without ex express
press express clearance from the NCAA.
A's Announce New
Affiliation With
Portland Of PCL
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPD-The
Kansas City AtMetics today an
nounced a new affiliation with
Portland of the Pacific Coast
League.
Portland was Chicago Cub;
affiliate this season and finished
iuui in.
The A's recently terminated
their working agreement with Buf

falo of tne International League

was fifth with two first place
votes and 67 points. Wittenbere.
another Ohio team, was next wiui
e first-place vote and 64 points.
Hillsdale Mich, was seventh
with a first-place vote and 60
tpoints. Middle Tennessee State,
East Texas State and Rioon Wis.
tied for eighth with 55 points each
to round out the top 10. Middle
Tennessee State drew. two first
place votes while East Texas
State, a 10-9 victor over Mississip
pi Southern in the last Tangerine
Bowl game, received one first-
place vote.
In the balloting, each coach se
lecis jo teams in tne other in
which he ranks them. These indi individual
vidual individual selections are used to form
a consensus only, with 10 points
awarded for a first place vote,
nine for a second and so on down
to one for a 10th place vote.
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ueorge tt. Jennings also annved
this week to serve as the new
executive officer and comptroller
of the mission.
Prior to assignment to Panama,
Dawson stationed in the Washing Washington
ton Washington headquarters of the Interna
tional Cooperation Administration
(I'oint 4) as supervising officer for
the American republics and other
Caribbean areas. He has been an
industrial economist, organization
methods examiner and internation international
al international relations officer.
Prior to his Washington assign assignment
ment assignment Dawson was deputy director
of the Point 4 program in Greece.
He attended Dartmouth College and
the Amos Tuck School and also
studied at Columbia and New York
Universities. He holds a master
of arts degree form Dartmouth.
comes to Panama
ftrom Haiti where he served as
Business manager ana comptroller
of the Point 4 mission. From 1948
until 1950 he was an administra administrative
tive administrative assistant for the U. S. Army.
Then until 1953 he was budget and
fiscal officer for the High Commis Commissioner's
sioner's Commissioner's office in Germany. He re
ceived his degree of bachelor of
science Jrorn Georgetown Univer University
sity University in Washington.
Both Dawson and Jennings are
accompanied by their families.
Mamie Van Doren,
Bandleader Hubby
Splitting Funds
SANTA MONICA. Calif.. Sept.
27 (UPD Actress Mamie Van
Doren, 25, and her estranged
Danaieaaer-nusband, Ray An-
tnony, 36, today attempted to
work out a financial settlement
which would lead to a default
divorce.
Miss Van Doren yesterday ask
ed her divorce suit and request
for alimony and support pay
ments of $2,125 a month be put
off the Superior Court calendar
pending an out-of-court proper
ly settlement.
The couple, married Aug. 28,
1955, are the parents of a son,
Perry Ray, 2.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Oldsmobile
88, 4 door, hardtop. Hydromatic
transmission. Excellent condition.
$1500.00 Call 85-2221 before
4 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
'98' hardtop, automatic. Four
new tires, best cash offer. Phone
6-187.
FOR SALE: 1 958 Ford Station
Wagon. Six cylinder, four door.
Financing available fttr Canal
Zone. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE: 1958 Pontiac 4 4-door
door 4-door WS radio, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Can be seen any tilt 30-D
Coco Solito. Reasonably priced.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford 4 door F.O.
ww tires, two tone green, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $1700.00. Tel.
6-376. House 116-A Gamboa,
fC.Z.
1957 Ford-Sta. Wagon, 4 DR.
tutone, radio, WSW tires, power
brakes & steering.
1956 OMsmoblle-Hottiday, 4
DR, tutone, radio, automatic
steering & brakes, WSW tires,
perfect condition.
1955 Mercury Montclare Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, Mercomatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, automatic brakes & steer steering,
ing, steering, radio, WSU tires, leather
upholstery. ;
1954 Oldsmobile, 4 DR, tutone,
radio, WSW tires.
1957 Fiat '1400'. 4 DR, tutone,
perfect condition.
1954 Hillman Convertible, new
top, WSW tires,
'
1953 Hillman 4 DK, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. AUTOS EISENMAN. S. A.
Open all day. Phona: Pma.
2-2616 2-4966
Will sell or accept trade-in
(Volkswagen or Jate model small
car) for my new 1958 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Custom Suburban 6 pas passenger
senger passenger station wagon loaded with
extras. Original price $4600.00;
your price $3200.00. Also 1956
Vcspa Scooter in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, spare tire, buddy seat,
windshield etc. . $75.00 call
(Curundu) 83-3207 or see It
at 221 2-D, Curundu.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nash, Ladies'
Golf Clubs and Bag. Call Bal Balnea
nea Balnea 2-1697.
FOR SALE: Panel truck, Dodge,
year 1957, located at the office
of the Smithsonian Institution in
Diablo Heights Scaled Bid will
be accepted until 9:30 a.m.
October 15th, 1958 which can
be mailed to Smithsonian Insti Institution,
tution, Institution, Drawer "C" Balbes, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Any and all bids may
be rejected if desired by the Ins Institution.
titution. Institution. Inspection may be made
between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00
p.m. during week days until bid
opening. F u r t h er informa information
tion information by calling Balboa 2485 dur during
ing during above hours.
FOR SALE: A-1 Opel Rekord
1957. 3-2382 8121 Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. FOR SALE: 1957 Morgan
Sports Car Aluminum Body, Can't
rust. Good condition, 10,000
miles. Cost $3000 new. Sell for
$1500 or best offer. Call Quarry
Hts. 3197 days Curundu 3140
evenings, Mr. Day.
Ride To Panmunjon
Aired Five Times
Weekly Over CFN
"A Fide to Panmunjom," which
is a dramatization of Duane Tho-
rin's book which tell sthe story of
young Americans in communist
captivity, is being broadcast five
times weekly over CFN radio.
The series is presented Mondays
through Fridays at 9:15 p.m.
Each 15-minute program covers
a complete episode. Together they
five a vivid account of North Ko
rean prisoner of war camps during
the Korean conflict and of com
munist efforts to get a group of
American prisoners to collaborate.
As a Navy helicopter pilot during
the Korean outbreak, Thorin res rescued
cued rescued many fellow Americans
from enemy territory before he
was captured and held by the com
munists.
He was the inspiration for James
Michener's character of the heli helicopter
copter helicopter pilot in "The Bridges of
Toko-Ri."

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Girl's Bicycle, 26
inch, $18.00. Girl's Bicycle, 20
inch $12.00. House 748-A, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Tel. 4492.
FOR SALE: Gill's 26" bicycle,
boy's bicycle 26", cheap. 676
Morgan Ave. 2-3470.
FOR SALE: Used Maple Floor Flooring
ing Flooring $1.00 poi 50 sq. ft. Pool
Table Slats $10.00 14' Fibre
Glass Diving Boar new
$125.00 used $2500. Apply
YMCA, Cristobal.
DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING
AT
LUM'S
20 OFF EVERYTHING!!! THE
ENTIRE STOCK OF GENUINE
ORIENTAL ARTICLES HAS
BEEN REDUCED TO GIVE YOU
AN OPPORTUNITY. AVE. II
(AUTO-ROW) No. 40.
FOR SALE: Girl's bicycle, 26"
good condition, hone, Batboa
2708.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60 cy cycle,
cle, cycle, cold spot, 6 cu. ft., light
blue, $35.00, May be seen at
5452-B Morrison Street, Diablo
Heights.
Boats & Motors
Trailer wanted for a 15-16 foot
boat. Phone Balboa 2-2444.
FOR SALE: Beat motor and
trailer, $500, Bendix automatie
washer 60 cycles, $40. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 6-368.
John St. Louis,
Former Corozal
Employe, Is Dead
John St. Louis, who lived in Pa
nama City, died early today at
Santo Tomas Hospital after a
long illness. He was 70.
A member of the fraternal or order
der order of the Elks, he was emolov-
ed at theCorozal commissary for
many years. He is survived by
his wife, Mrs. Teresa St. Louis.
three daughters and five grand-
cnuaren.
. Funeral arrangements will be
announced at a later date.
1 1 '. j j i I
Bilingual Woman
Info-Receptionist
Sought By Army
A permanent position at Fort
G-ulick awaits a bi lingual informa information
tion information receptionist, the Civilian Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel officer. USARCAK1B has
announced.
Applicants must speak English
and Spanish and must possess ex
tensive knowledge of the recrea
uonai ana cultural racuiues avail
able in the Republic of Panama
and the Canal Zone. Part of the
duties will be to plan sightseeing,
shopping and travel tours, advise
service club nitrons on transpor transportation
tation transportation facilities and available rates
and offer suggestions on gift selc
tions. V
The applicant must also be cap
ab'e of maintaining stock records,
purchasing supplies and equip
ment, composing and typing rou
tine correspondence and handling
general office duties. The incum incumbent
bent incumbent will be required to work four
nights a week and holidays and
weekends as scheduled. The rate
of pay will be $0.98 per hour. The
grade is LS-4.
Applicants must have had one
year of general office clerical ex experience
perience experience and be able to type at
the rate of 45 words per minute.
The position is restricted to female
applicants.
Interested parsons should contact
the Civilian Personnel Office,
Building 23, Corozal or call Coro Corozal
zal Corozal 2117.
Football Results
Friday College Football Results
AST
St. Vincent 13 Clario 0
SOUTH
Georgia Tech 17 Florida St. 3
Texas 21 Tulane 20
Wiscousin 20 Mini (Fla.) 0
Chattanooga 22 Aoilene Christian
12
Sewanee 21 Howard College 0
MIDWEST
Air Force Academy 37 Detroit
6
Central Missouri Si. 19 Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh (Kan.) Tchrs. 19
Bethany (Kan.) 13 Kansas Wes Wes-leyan
leyan Wes-leyan 0
Southwestern (Kan.) 19 Sterling
13
SOUTHWEST
Texas College 32 Paul Quinn 0
WIST
Denver 20 Utah St. 8
San Francisco St. 20 California
Poly 18

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Two beds, site,
$40.00 and $60.00. Perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Phone 3-6100.
FOR SALE: 10 p.c. diningroom
set, mahogany $200.00. 24
Leevers $75.00. Tel. 6-376.
house 1 1 6-A, Gamboa C.Z.
FOR SALE: Baby articles, tew tewing
ing tewing machine, automatic ironer,
camera. Calle K, El Cangrejo 3-
6526.
FOR SALE: Complete Rattan
diningroom suite, glass top table,
latest style. Exceptional buy,
Apt. A 1527 Almond Street,
Balboa. Phona 2-4335, Balboa.
FOR SALE; 8.3 refrigerator,
just overhauled, new unit and
paint, no junk, 100, dollars.
0759 F Balboa.
FOR SALE: 3 pieces of living
room and studio couch. House
2264-B. Carr St. Balboa.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Maid to take care
children and general house housework.
work. housework. Must speak English and
have good references, call 3-
7796 after 6 p.m.
Margarita Women
To Conduct Church
Bazaar November 1
An old-fashioned church sale
of handiwork and hobbv items will
be sponsored by the Women's Au Auxiliary
xiliary Auxiliary of the Margarita Union
Church. The date set by the ladies
is Saturday, Nov. 1, 4 to 10 p.m.
Mrs. Ann Downing and Mrs.
Hazel Richards are the general
cnairmen in charge of arrang-
ments. The various booths and
their chairmen are as llollowjii
Christmas decorations and ean-
elephant, Mrs. E. F. McClelland;
oaieas, ours. i. rurvis; nan pona.
Mrs. B. G. Sanders, Jr.; plant,
IT T,,t. honHiurnrlr Mh 17!
ill, o. XX. 1JUVA, Iivm, auw. m.
Parrls and Mrs. w. Gilley; San
ta's nhoto booth. Mrs. c. Harroid;
pastry booth and food, Mrs. J.
Iingwood.
Other booths include: Christmas
cards and napkins, parcel post
booth and caricature booth.
Will Visit the United States
Abel Chevalier, of the agri
cultural and Industrial ma
chinery division of F. Icaza y
Cia.. S. A., will travel to the
United States tomorrow on a
trip arranged by the company.
Durlhsr his trip, which will
last approximately four weeks,
Chevalier will attended a sem
inar on sales and1 service at
A. O. Smith Corp. of Milwaukee,
Wis., and will visit several fac factories
tories factories closely related with his
field.
Chevalier, a Panamanian citi
zen, graduated from La Salle
High School, attended the Uni
versity of Buenos Aires, Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, and has been employed
with F. Icaza y Cia. for over
six years. Upon his return he
wl l resume his duties as as
slstant sales manager of his
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Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Ronton
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Modern four bod.
room, three bathroom, ocean
view chalet, tl Coco, hot water,
garden, terrace, servants quart quartan,
an, quartan, 2-2542 4-1 329.
FOR SALE: Cottage, Gorgona
beach, fully furnished, just move
In. Phone Balboa 4474. $3500.
Roo
FOR RENT: Independent room,
to person of good appaaranee,
family house, $12.00 monthly.
"La Pradera" area, opposite fur furniture
niture furniture factory "La Garantia".
Tel. 4-0630.

Home Town USA Will Bring People
Of 13 States Together On CFN-TV

Plans were virtually complete
this week to present a series of
thirteen programs on CFN TV,
probably in early November to
be called "Home Town USA. Thir Thirteen
teen Thirteen different states would be spot spot-week,
week, spot-week, with a single city in each
week, with single city ine ach
state singled out for special honors.
Purpose of the series of pro
grams is to bring together residents
of thirteen of the states how re
presented in the Canal Zone and
let them get to know each other.
Such residents would appear on
the program honoring their parti
cular state and later would be spe
cial guests at a party in their
honor at the Fort Kobbe Service
Club. V :
After the TV program, which
wilf probably be scheduled 'during
the evening hours, the participaants
would be invited to appear before
sound cameras to record films for
use on the TV stations around tnfeff
particular state.
Chambers of commerce In the
States have already agreed to
schedule the filmed material on
TV outlets back home and have
furnished a Wealth of information
about the thirteen states tor use
on the programs.
So far, these towns and states
have been scheduled for the series
of programs: Evansville, Ind.: Lit
tie Rock, Ark.-; Albuquerq'fc, N.
M.: Columbus, Ga.: Omaha, Neb.
Other cities and states probably
Memorial Service
Tomorrow For Late
Mrs. Mary Burgess
A memorial service will be con
ducted tomorrow at the St. Jo
seph Orthodox Spintual Church, at
4 Carlos rcaza Street, on behalf
of the late Mrs. Mary King de
Burgess, who died three months
agh.
Mrs. Burgess' granddaughter,
Mrs. Edna Whittick of New York.
is sponsoring the service, and has
extended an invitation to all
friends and acquaintances to be
present.
The Rev. Eustace D. Clarke
pastor of the church, will conduct
the memorial rites.
Grace Line To Offer
Grace Line Inc.. today an
nounced that it has received
approval from the Federal Mar Maritime
itime Maritime Administration to pro proceed
ceed proceed with the first public of offering
fering offering of UJS. Government In Insured
sured Insured Merchant Marine Bonds.
It Is tentatively planned to of offer
fer offer the new securities about
October 8th. These Bonds, in
the amount of S9.000.000 win
be secured by a first preferred
ship mortgage on the S.S. San Santa
ta Santa Rosa, and will have 100 per
cent Of their principal and In Interest
terest Interest insured by the Federal
Government under Title XI of
the Merchant Marine Act of
1S6. The Bonds mill mature on
Jiilv 1st. 1978. i
The proceeds of the Bonds
are to be used towards replen-
lishlnsr funds used in the con
snma amn
GAMBOA
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Dana Wynter
In Cinemascope
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SERVICES
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T.Y., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Calf William & Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5113.
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
Yd get services the same) day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tiveli Avenue ISJPS
MAY JOIN ARAB LEAGUE
CAIRO (tlPI) The oil rich
sheikhdom of Kuwait is "serious "seriously
ly "seriously considering" joining the Arab
League, Abdullah Almubarak Al-
sabah, deputy ruler and defense
minister of the British protected
Persian Gulf principality, said.
IT'S NOT CRICKET
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPD Two
French firms filed suit here yes yesterday
terday yesterday charging Memphis restaur
ateur Herbert Anderton has been
using blew cheese instead of Ro
quefort in his Roquefort salad
ui casing.
to be heard from later during
series include: Twin Falls, Ida
the
aho:
Yakima. Wash.; Tulsa. OSla.:
ana Fresno. Calif.
Some of the. chambers of com
merce contacted have furnished
films about their slates and cities
and these will be used in conjunc
tion with the programs.
However content of the programs
for the most part will be a general
round of interviews and a sociable
"get-together" of friends who may
have been living and working ne
each other in the Canal Zone.
whn hnvn npvr runt
ii anyone wisnes 10 appear
these programs, he should cbttta
the Information Office, United
States Army Caribbean, Fort A-
The' prospective participant on
tne program, nowever, snouid have
thirteen weeks remaining in the
Canal Zone after Nov. 1, because
the series of programs will not
be completed until after that pe-
noa
4,500 Clerical
Employes Of PAA
Authorize Strike
NEW YORK (UPI) A union
executive committee today au authorized
thorized authorized a strike vote among 4,500
clerical employes of Pan American
world airways. No date for the
vote was set.
Walter T. Colman, general
chairman of the executive com committee
mittee committee of the Air Transport Divi Division
sion Division of the Brotherhood of Rail Railway
way Railway Cletrks said the committee
agreed unanimously to take a
strike vote because more than
three months of contract negotia negotiations
tions negotiations had proven fruitless.
The union, which represents
Pan American clerical employes
in the United States, Puerto Rico,
Alaska and Hawaii, is seeking a
30-cent-an-hour pay increase, im improved
proved improved working conditions and
settlement of several grievances,
among other items. A supple supplementary
mentary supplementary pay increase also is be being
ing being sought at the guided missile
range in Cape Canaveral, Fla., to
meet "the unusual cost of living"
there. "
Santa Rosa
struction of the Line's new
ship, the Santa Rosa. The San Santa
ta Santa Rosa, wrdch went into oper operation
ation operation in June of this year be between
tween between New York, the Caribbean
and South America, is a 20,000
ton, 300 passenger air-conditioned
ship with a speed of. 20
knots. Her sister ship, the San Santa
ta Santa Paula, is scheduled to enter
service October 17th, and it is
expected that a similar Bond
Issue will be sold for the San
ta Paula.
The offerlnsr will be under underwritten
written underwritten by a group of invest investment
ment investment bankers managed bv Mer Merrill
rill Merrill Lynch. Pierce. Fenner ft
Smith and including Paine,
Webber, Jackson ft Curtis;
Smith, Barney St Co.. White.
Weld it Co.. and F. Eberstadt
CO. Advt.
warns today
Sail
6:15 p.m.
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Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Twe reem efflee
suite, 48 m2 available Imme Immediately
diately Immediately in Hie Panama Insurance
Ce. bldg. across f,0m Hotel II
Panama Hilton. AircondiHoning.
electricity, elevator, janitor ant
night watchman service, drink drink-ng
ng drink-ng fountain, rest reams. Coffee
shop in building. See er phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Pa-Insurance
Insurance Pa-Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Mercedes Building. Do luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am.
pie parking spate. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Kicardo A. Mire S. A. Tel.
Jap Truck Driver
Held In Hit-Run
Death Of CPO
YOKOSUKA, Japan (UPI)-Pt
lice today held a Japanese true
unver pertains; an investigatio
into the hltun death of U.J
Navy petty officer Henry S. Reitt
enburg, 40, of San Diego, Calif.
Reilhburff. a fire
bician first class, was knocks.
down by a truck Thursday nea
the main gate of U.S. Navy heac
quarters at Yokosuka. Navy oi
ncials said the truck driver, Idei
tified as Etsuo Asaba, sped awa
but was caught almost a roil
away by two Japanese taxi driv
ers.
Eisenhower Names1
Don Paarlberg
nomic Advise,
WAETNGTON (UPI)-PreskIen
Eisenhower reached into the Agri
culture Department yesterday fc
a new personal economic advisei
He chose Don Paarlberg, an at
slstant secretary and one of th
chief architects of administratioj
farm policy.
The 47-year-old Paarlberg, wh
succeeds Gabriel Hauge in th
pott, promptly told a news confer
enee he would advise Eisenhowe
on economic affairs "in the broa
sense" and would not be a specia
pleader for agriculture.
He also said the threat of infla
tion was considerable and that i
was. very important to try t
check the danger. In that connec
tion, he said he subscribed to ta
Lincoln philosophy that govern
ment should do for the people 0Sk
what they could not do them
selves.
Hauge leaves next Tuesday fc
become a vice president of th'
Manufacturers' Trust Company o
New York. Paarlberg, a formes
Purdue University professor, wa
expected to take over then.
His appointment was the lates
in a series of White Houst
staff changes which may hav
stemmed at least in part from the
resignation of Sherman Adams a
the President's chief of staff as i
result of the Adams Goldfim
case.
Adams still was on the job yester
day and Press Secretary Jame:
C. Hagerty said he had no wort
as to when Adams would leave oi
when a successor would bt
named. Political experts believ
that whoever is chosen may havi
Adams' title but not his sweepinf
authority.
Paarlberg; who was born It
West Lafayette, Ind., now head;
the Agriculture Department's mar
keting and foreign agricultun
branch. Although this was no
spelled out, be was expected tc
play a some what more restrlctet
role than did Hauge.
Hauge, ift addition to being ar
economist, had a. political ant
publishing background and assist
ed in Eisenhower's first election
campaign in 1952. He frequentlj
participated in high White Houst
councils on broad domestic and
foieign problems.
Paarlberg, who was deemed
more likely to confine himseU :
mainly to economic issues, came
to the Agriculture Department
from Purdue in 1953 as an assist
ant to Secretary Ezra T. Benson.
He also had served as an econ economic
omic economic consultant to several indus industrial
trial industrial firm.
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Fail To Put Vanguard Into Orbit
WASHINGTON Sept 27 (UPI) The Defense Department announced today that the
latest Vanguard, earth satellite "failed to achieve an altitude or Telocity adequate to place it
to ThrsTtelHte "rocket, seventh in the Vanguard series, was fired at Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
&dav' announcement said: "After one or at most a limited number of passes around the
earth at very low altitudes, the vehicle reentered the earth's atmosphere and was consumed
hy Afurther data are reduced, the results will be made available."
The ill-fated, 20-inch sphere, instrumented With photo-cells, was to have been the first
ISifce Department announced yesterday tha t the sphere's radio radio signals were picked
np in South Africa, and "sporadically" elsewhere.

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Navy said prior to firing

toe new artificial moon,

ed with two electronic

"pvps" to snot weather disturb

ances and cloud formations around
in earth, that ihe Vanguard stood
only a one in four chance of put putting
ting putting its cargo into orbit.
access-starved Navy scientists

missile men waueu in su

ited suspense for word that

sir seventh Vanguard had De

lved properly and that the new

atellite had begun traveling

around the globe with America's
Brie-other man-made moons.
.

But mx hours alter the van-

vaulted up at 10:38 a. m.

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STARS IN LOCAL FLAY-toes
de Erhlich, Chilean dramatic ac actress
tress actress who is the star of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Experimental Theater, will
play the lead role in. "Nuestra
Senora de Thermidor," a Spanish-language
drama which opens
tomorrow night at the National
Jfheater. A former star perform performer
er performer for the Voice of America. Miss
'Sttfich il also a celebrated sing sing-M,
M, sing-M, of both opera and popular
songs.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
Bnp&red by the Meteorological
and Hydroeraphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
Temperature:
; Jh 79 85
-tow 72 75
HUMIDITY:
High 99 90
LOW 90 80
WIND:
(max. mph) S-7 N-fl
RAIN (inches) .50 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 84

; BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, SEPT. 28
High Low
3:5fi a.m. 10:00 a.m.
4:16 p.m. 10:23 p.m.

a member of the project,
who had seen five previous Van
guards flop, said there appeared
to be little possibility that the 21.5 21.5-pound
pound 21.5-pound moonlet was in orbit.
Dr. Richard W. Porter, chair chairman
man chairman of the satellite panel for the

International Geophysical Year in

Washington, said the satellite was

"detected m a pass over South
Africa." but he added that its

signals "were not picked up at
the expected time by Minitrack

and other radio bracking stations

on the west coast" ot Hie united

States ...
He said "sporadic signals" were

received at Ft. Belvoir, Va., and

Havana. Cuba, and that these

were heard at "such a time and
in such a way that they could

have been from a satellite in Or Orbit."
bit." Orbit." '''
But Porter said scientists were

not able to establish definite

ly that the signals came firom the
satellite's transmitters,
Hagen added that the next Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard would carry a similar satel

lite to reconnoiter the earth's

cloud cover.

Hagen said the satellite could en

able weathermen to find spawning
hurricanes. But he said the moon moon-let
let moon-let would be of no help to them
once a hurricane is pinpointed.

RP Insurance Firm
Sends Injured Man
To Oschner Clinic

An injured Panamanian laborer
who has been under medical
treatment for the last four years

has been sent to Oschner Clinic in
New Orleans by the Panama In

surance Company in a voluntary
attempt on the part of the com company
pany company to rehabilitate him physical physically.
ly. physically. Arnulfo Serrano, an employe of
a bottling company, was pinned
to a wall by a truck which crush crushed
ed crushed his vital organs on Sept. 13,
1954. Since that time he has been

under the care of the best Pana

manian specialists provided by Pa

nama Insurance, which is also

paying him compensation in com

pliance with its insurance contract

with his employer.
However, since the medical fa facilities
cilities facilities availble here provide no

hope for his complete rehabilita

tion, the insurance company has
voluntary agreed to send Serrano

to the Oschner Clinic, as suggest suggested
ed suggested by Panama doctors, in the

hope that be may be able to a a-gain
gain a-gain lead a productive life.
Eugene C. McGrath, the man manager
ager manager of Panama Insurance, said
the vote by the board of directors
to send Serrano to New Orleans
was "unanimous."'
He said the youth's fine spirit
throughout his four years of dis disability
ability disability has "deeply impressed" ev every
ery every member of the board.

Funeral Services
To Be Monday For
Wellesly Waller
Funeral services will be held
Monday for Wellesly J. Waller, a
retired Panama Canal employe,
who died yesterday in Santo To To-mjs
mjs To-mjs Hospital.
The service for the 78-year-old

Mr. Waller, is scheduled for" 1:30

p.m. in he Corozal Chapel, follow followed
ed followed bv burial in the Corozal Ce Cemetery.
metery. Cemetery. A Grenadian, Mr. Waller is sur survived
vived survived by his son, Elgin, his
daughters. Lyris, Lucille, Carmen
and Mrs. Beryl Worrell, and sev several
eral several grandchildren.

Chamber Opera Due
From Milan To Mark
Theater's 50 Years

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LOVE STORY

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TIME!

One of the greatest musical e e-vents,
vents, e-vents, in the history f the Nation National
al National Theater has been scheduled for

next month to coincide with the
observance of the theater's 50th

anniversary, it was announced yes

terday.

After several months of nego

tiations, the Fine Arts Depart Department
ment Department of the Education Ministry
has been able to arrange a se series
ries series of performances by the fa famous
mous famous Chamber Opera of the La

Scala Theater at Milan, Italy.

The group will be presented by

Lugara and Co. of Panama and

Conciertos Iriberri 01 Buenos Ai

res in a series of three perform

ances under the auspices of the
Fine Arts Department and the lo

cal Italian Embassy.

The Chamber Opera, which will

be making its first visit to Latin

America, is sponsored by the Ita Italian
lian Italian government and is under the
direction of eminent composer and
conductor Cesare Brero.

Comprised of singers and musi

cians who have given successim

individual performances at La

Soala, the cast of the Chamber
Opera is made of three sopranos
two tenors, baritone, bass, two

celebrated conductors and a num

ber of artistic direVors and other

technical personnel. In their local

performances they will be accom-

pan'ed Dy the National symphony
Orchestra.

This group has given successful

performances in several European

cities. After winding up their Lat

in American tour, the group will

make a tour of the United States,
before leaving for Australia, the

Philippines and Japan.

US Communist Parly
Marks 39m Year
At Lackluster Rally
NEW YORK (UPI)-The Com Communist
munist Communist Party of the U.S.A. ob observed
served observed its 39th anniversary yester yesterday
day yesterday bin didn't have much to shout
about.

The party, its ranks decimated
by defections, purges imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment and capitalistic prosperity,
made an effort to shake the ham hammer
mer hammer and sickle at a rally in Car Carnegie
negie Carnegie Hall.
But national party membership

is down from the 1930 s peak of

about 80,000 to perhaps only 2, 2,-000
000 2,-000 or less now.
The once blatant voice of the
Daily Worker has been cut to the
whisper of a slim weekend edi edition,
tion, edition, published without some of its
biggest names.
Earl Browder long ago was
purged from party leadership, by

Joseph Stalin. Gone now also are

author Howard Fast, editors John
Gates and Joseph Clark of the

Daily Worker and hundreds of

lesser known leaders.
Simon W. Gerson, veteran party
publicist, was disclosed to have
quie ly "retrenched himself out of
a job" as executive editor of the
Worker four five months ago
after the daily issues were .aban .abandoned
doned .abandoned for lack of subscribers and
funds.
It could not be determined

whether Gerson, the only member
of the U.S. Communist Party
Politburo to be acquitted of. con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy charges, had left the par party.
ty. party. He referred questions about
the Worker and the party to other
persons and qdeclined to discuss
his situation.
Also gone from the Worker were
veteran editor Allan Max, and
five ox six others who had worked
for it in its noisier days.
The U.S. Communist Party has
declined in strength since the
war. Most of its leaders have
served prison terms for conspir conspiring
ing conspiring against the government.
It really hit the skids in 1956,
when it issued a long, self -critical
statement admitting heavy organi organisation
sation organisation losses and announcing a re reorganization
organization reorganization program designed to
hurdle "a critical situation."
The last party convention, in
1B57. voted to break with the

i Kremlin, but this never was done.
The forces of party secretary Eu

gene Dennis, a Kremlin adherent,
proved too much for his oppo opponents,
nents, opponents, despite the vo'.e.
So most of Ms foes simply gave
up the fight and the party.

OUTWARD TO THE STARS (4) Rocket f iwwen

By Don Oakley and

FT

Ralph lone

(1) The story of space now turns to rockets.
Known to the Chinese possibly as early as the 7th
century, by the 13th they were employing them as
weapons. In Europe, however, rockets were mere merely
ly merely used as reworks until the late 18th century.
Then the Englishman William Congreve developed
an artillery rocket During the Napoleonic Wars
military rockets reached high point, then Jell
into disuse. The "rockets' red glare" seen by
Francis Scott Key during the bombardment of Ft.
IfcHenry to 1814 were Congreve rockets.
(2) Space travel was an old dream, and the

wisest men knew that rockets offered the only
practical form of propulsion. But not until the
1890s was any serious mathematical work done,
when the Russian Konstantin Ziolkovsky first ad advocated
vocated advocated liquid-fueled rockets. He also studied the
problems of keeping men alive in space.
(3) In America, Prof. Robert H. Goddard built
rockets to probe, the upper atmosphere. He was
the first to test rocket theories in the workshop.
(4) like Ziolkovsky; Goddard arrived at the
conclusion that at that time liquid rockets wan
the best source of power. In 1820 be launched the

world's first liquid-fueled rocket Its two-feet-'
long motor burned for two and a half seconds. Tha
rocket covered a distance of 184 feet at about 80
miles an hour. It has been likened to tha Wright
brothers' first airplane flight
In Germany about the same time, the Hungarian-born
Hermann Oberth had also hit upon seme
of the same rocket ideas. His writings sparked the
formation of amateur rocket 'clubs throughout
Europe. From one of them, the German Society
for Space Travel, was to come the, builder of tha
famous V-2.
jl 'Jtesto The V-t.

Successor To Tokyo Rose Soothes Souls Of Sailors In 7th Fleet

ABOARD THE U.S. AIRCRAFT

CARRIER MIDWAY OFF FOR FORMOSA,
MOSA, FORMOSA, Sept. 27 UPI( ) A sultry-

voiced Chinese "Dragon Lady" is
beaming a mixture of sex, pro

paganda and soft music to tne
men of the U.S. 77th Fleet from a

powerful radio station in Red Chi

na.
'It's mst like old times.' a nilot-

veteran of World War II told UPI.
"Tbis gal is even better than

Tokyo Rose."

Ppininu's latest contribution to

the airways, dubbed "Dragon La-

riv" nr "Peittinp Ho Iv" bv seago

ing U.S. listeners, apparently has

a wide audience among Dorea in
Fleeters.

She plays soft, three-year-old

hit tunes or America classics,

throws in five-minute Commumst Commumst-style
style Commumst-style news round-ups and lectures

and scolds the American service

men in a voice oozing sex; and
seduction.

Her listeners apparently enjoy

In Paris Sabotage
PARIS, Sept. 27 (UPI)-Alge-rlan
Nationalists blew up an aee aee-t
t aee-t vinna warehouse todav in a sa

botage campaign that increased

in intensity just Z4 nours Deiore
the nation votes on the new cons constitution.
titution. constitution.
Tha TrYonMi itpfprmined in let

nothing interfere with the referen

dum tomorrow, guillotined an Al Algerian
gerian Algerian Moslem convicted of mur

der.
The convict, Behll Ben Abdal-
lah Rniidiprns whin trilled a nro-

French Moslem, was executed at
La Sante prison. He was the first
Moslem executed inside France
since the stanrt of the Algerian re rebellion
bellion rebellion four years ago.
But it did not deter the rebel
campaign in Metropolitan France.
A series of mysterious fires
broke out in Lyons. Rebels threw
gasoline bombs into a textile fac factory
tory factory in Aubervilliers but failed to
set the plant afire. Another bomb
placed against the home of a po policeman
liceman policeman in Bordeaux was discov

ered before it exploded.
Police said Algerian agents ex exploded
ploded exploded several plastic charges in
a warehouse in the northern sub suburbs.
urbs. suburbs. Acetyle tanks exploded in inside
side inside and the building collapsed.
Hundreds of window panes were
shattered over a wide airea. One
person was injured.

the sex and music but find her

slanted news and propaganda

amusing.

"She speaks damn good English
with no acent at all," a sailor
said.
"She keeps telling us how nice

things are back home and that we
should be ashamed of ourselves
coming out here as aggressors and
stirring up trouble. Most of the
fellows get a big kick out of her."
The broadcasts are regularly
taped by intelligence officers

15 Latin American Nations Agree
To Limit Coffee Exports For Year

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. (UPI)
Fifteen Latin American nations
today signed a one-year agreement
to limit exports of coffee and thus
stabilize the mairket.
The agreement, the first time in
history mat ail. of the hemispheres'
coffee producers have worked to together
gether together to stabilize a Jiarket no notorious
torious notorious for its ups and downs, was
signed by representatives of the
15 nations in a ceremony at the
Pan American Union.
The 15 countries are Brazil, Co

lombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Do

minican RepuMic, Ecuador, ai
Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Hon Honduras,
duras, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Peru ano Venezuela.
They account for more than 80
per cent of the world's coffee pro production.
duction. production. The agreement ireplaced the
Mexico City withholding compact

Budapest Has Set
Nov. 16 As Date
For Elections
BUDAPEST (UPI) The Com Communist
munist Communist Hungarian parliament yes yesterday
terday yesterday dissolved itself and set Nov
16 as the date for the first gen general
eral general election in the country since
1953.
Municipal elections will be held
at the same time.
In the last general elections, an
estimated 5,000,000 Hungarians
voted. The Communist government
won 95 per cent of the total.
The vote to dissolve the 298-seat
parliament followed a speech by
Hungarian President Istvan Dobi
in which he raised again the spec

ter of the October, 1956, anti-Com

munist revolution and charged
that the parliament members
must assume "part of the respon responsibility"
sibility" responsibility" for the uprising.

"I make myself responsible for

not having taken cognizance of
the threatening signs of counter counterrevolution,"
revolution," counterrevolution," Dobi said. He de declared
clared declared that any future attempt to
overthrow the regime "will be
answered with our fists."

which expires next Tuesday. Un

der that agreement, Brazil: Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, Mexico, El Salvador, Cos

ta Rica, Nicaragua and Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala succeeded in bringing a mea measure
sure measure of stability to the market ov over
er over the past year.
Efforts to bring in the African
producers on the temporary with withholding
holding withholding part were unsuccessful,
but France and Portugal, in a
measure of solidarity with the La Latins,
tins, Latins, agreed yesterday to limit ex-

parts under their own plan.

All producing nations in Latin

America and Africa also agreed to

go ahead yesterday on a study de designed
signed designed to find a long-term solution

to the overproduction of coffee.

The door, to their adherence at
a la. or date to the Latin pact was
also left wide open.

aboard this carrier. They are

carried bv both merlin

short wave transmitters directed

generality toward tri west coast

oi me united states.

Thev comp in lnurl and atrnntf

aboard Seventh Fleet ships.
Occasionally an English-speaking
male voice, also without an
accent, interrupts the Dragon La-

uy wun late newscasts." xney ge generally
nerally generally last for about five minutes
and give the Communist version

of the Far East situation.

One of the obvious reasonst he
Dragon Lady enjoys a wide listen listening
ing listening audience is that most, of rh

men of the 7th Fleet are starved

tor news.

Thev are sitting ripht nn 'inn nt

v , O O-- w. w.
the explosive Formosa situatinn

but they probably knew less than

French Girl Plans
To Wed Soldier
Killed In Algeria
NANTES', France (UPI)-Ca-mille
Neau will be married next
week to a dead man A soldier
killed in Algeria four months ago,
it was made known today.
The ceremony will be conducted
by the mayor of nearby Lege and
will be legal.
A special French law authorizes
such marriages after the death of
soldiers "in operations for the
maintenance of order" in North
Africa. The law went into effect

last November. The only provision
is proof that .the soldier had be begun
gun begun necessary legal steps for the

marriage before his death.

Last April, Pvt. Joseph fionneau,

came nome to uegie on leave
frnm Alcrorin anrl 9-nnlipH fnr A

marriage license. They were to
wed on his next leave but he was
killed in a battle in Algeria on

may 1

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nFni Y DROPPERA destroyer's sonar unit detects and p.npoinis an enemy iuuni.r.M.

mT.,7-. l.fir helicoDter like this jet-powered Alquette ll TaKes on irom me 'n
Z "o5r the sub tt dJSS a homing torpedo that's almost a sure kill. That's wh.rs behind th.
ntZ .bove taken at Newport, K.I. where the hunter-killer team demonstrated their tech-1
Tu ifSuM l. With a -copter s an anti-sub adjunct, a destroyer's
horizon and kill capacity are increesed by hundred of square miles-

anybody else about what is going
on.
v On the carrier Midway a newt
sheet is distributed each morning
containing whatever international

news the ship's radio has been

ame to pick, up during the night.
On Smaller ships, h o w e v e r,
whose radio circuits are jammed
with urgent official messages, the
sailors generally are less inform
ed.
Officers aboard this carrier?
show little concern over the Dra
gon Lady broadcasts, JmM
Similar broadcasts by "Tokytt
Bose" during the Second World
War caused little damage to Am
erican morale.
Officers believe Red China's ma
dern Dragon Lady is probably a
gootl diversion for bored sailors.

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after seeing this pretty pose oh the seawall at Miami Beach.
Fla.. Who's to areue? ..

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M-G-M
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candid connubial comedy
Jose Ferrer
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Joanne Gilbert
Jim Backus
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