The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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ST.-LOUIS,. Oct 4 (UPI) Tht Federal government

u.S Court ot Appeal m luppan 01 tn n anunar rvaumauvn ,iwr xn navancmem 01
. Colored, People'e request for an Injunction against opening Little ,Rock, Ark.. public
" ich'ods as private, segregated institutions. ,
The case will be heard here Monday.
- ; s The eoverhment contends the Supreme Court's opinfon of Sept. 29 "demonstrates?

, the great public importance of
for an injunction to preserve

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3 "proceed vith desegregation

rrt The motion called for the 'Ap 'Ap-'
' 'Ap-' peals' Court to remand the case-
to the District Court "with exph exph-'cit
'cit exph-'cit instructions to issue such fur fur-,'
,' fur-,' thef decrees as may be necessa necessa-i,
i, necessa-i, ?ry and proper1 to assure, broad broad-'
' broad-' ly speaking, that the adjudicated
constitutional rights of the appel appel-'lants
'lants appel-'lants shaU be fully enforced and
, shall not be obstructed or inter interfered
fered interfered with in any manner by any
per-on,. public and 'private,
, Tha motion furthtr staUd:.
'A' "The eoorts can not allow thj
Cproeass of law 1o ba tobvtrd
. in. such fashion, for olharwisa
kgal rhjhta an Judicial rtma rtma-diet
diet rtma-diet would baeoma mtanlnglasa
FORMS," ...
The government contended that.
. The time has come.- 4or the
,- courts to call a halt to any, fur fur-ther
ther fur-ther dilatory and obstructionist ac actions
tions actions which have no legal sanc sanc--
- sanc-- tions, but which can, nonetheless,
cause delay and produce needless
further litigation." -.
Arkansaa' Co. Orval I Fail Fail-'
' Fail-' U tf yastarday that '.tittle
Rock'f fcJrfhi9h--boos:w1tt
stay cfosad this year unless tho
- Fadaraf floyarnmont yltlds.
As for himself, he said: "The
people have voted end the law
states they will remain Closed. 1
"If we went ahead and used
them (hish schools), the nly recourse--
the Federal government
wniM have would be to Send m
Federal, marshals to eject the
tephers and students," Faubus
said at a news conference. ;
Askad whether he had said,
"I will never open tht ouMie
tchoola as intagratad Institu Institutions."
tions." Institutions." Faubut denied he had.
t. thor nv chance he would

def v the ; courts and rder the
..dnnl ronnenert xeere tw?
"'Thftrr are many things that
r nnssihle." he said.
He apparently ruled out the pos
sibility ot qetying me mui'
trving ).o use the schools anyway
by reading a iormai Biaieiiicm,
whirn xaia in nan:
"The people have votd to Veen
the schools ciosea, ramer wan
open them Ss forcibly integrated
puDnc liwtituiions.
. "Thtrefere, if tha Ftdtral
courts continue 1 prevant the
use of eur own school uildin"
and school funds for tha .pur
v p$a of ductian, than the us-
' ef private buildings and privato
.mic U tha Rarnaivt."
The Little Rock Private Schools
Corporation already has a am am-paign
paign am-paign in progress to collect funds
and open schools in ehurrhes
rumpus ropms and lodge halls if
h F.iehth U.S. Circu't : CourV of
Appeals rules against it next.Mon
The Eighth Court of 'Appeals
tumnnrarilv restrained the Uttie
"Rock scool board,, last Monday
from turning over the high schools
to the corporation on a-lease na na-ti
ti na-ti n nrivate 'setreeated schools.
, The court will decide' next Mon-
days wnetner Hi-.-,mBe
training order an injunction, per
manently denying .the corporation
the use of tne: scnoois. ,"
i "It itmearn that the only oUes
'tinn to be passed i upon i by :the
niirt at St. Louis next Monday is
whether or not It will allow the
nrivata ; school corporation to ex-
If. lao.llv innir0(l tHoht to

: use the leased, school .properues,"
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'Tk lih ,m m nrlwato or-
. noration to use tha proportios
cannot m passed on as a 10901
subterfuge to avoid tntgraton
s vodauto tho only question is

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i.'febe used ell.w-via'i
5: Fauhui said. the. National. Asso-

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vide a high school education, for
KNegros in title'' Rock. fv.f i i-;.i.1f
;.i.1f i-;.i.1f 4,'The matter of providing edu-

?,?cational facilities for the. Negro
A k students has jbeen mentioned," he

fJ' :iaid. ..'(Ivwiir. assist the wivate

! i school corporation or any other

; ;;in providing eaucauon lor regroeo
'Mm well as whites.'i : :-.'' ''
.1 -"However, the corporation will
t require Negro teachers, facilities
: and funds for this ouroose it mv
, be that the help of the NAACP
will be needed, es well as some
i of the fundi being received

Bciccs
School

the issue presented to the court by the pending motion
the status quo.' ,4- V ;

UIO uui 1 cam 01 w uw
In classes Immediately,
Daisy Bales, and the 'money be-
ing spent tor attorney fees for
Wiley uranton, inureooa Mai'-
shall, and others." ;
Mrs. Bats Is president ot
tha NAACP Iri Arkansas. Bran-
ton is th. NAACP's J4o,1 at.
tome in tho stale. Marshall is
tho NAACP's general counsel.
Faubus .said no one has advis
ed him to surrender. He said that
a lawyer's piac to test his school
closing. lav before the state Su
preme Coup is not d&igned to
give turn a way out.
Virginia Gov. J. Lindsay Al Almond
mond Almond announced that he has de deferred
ferred deferred indefinitely a plan for re
opening still segregated grades m
the state s nine padlocked schools.
Ho 'apparently concurred in
tho Jutieo Dopartmonfa opinion
that thik would bo ruled n e.
vasion wndar :h Supreme
Courf. now doctrieo. f
Pinva'B erouDS in Norfolk and
CharbttebviUe showed increasing
desire that the schools be opened
oven tt on r lntegraiea-Daswf"f-i
.ihc'iSno "tehchers makingup
the Norfolk Education Assn. a a-Hopted
Hopted a-Hopted by an overwhelming ma ma-jori'y
jori'y ma-jori'y a resolution calling on the
governor to return six : closed
schoo's to local 'control. A imi.
lair motion was 'passed by Char Charlottesville's
lottesville's Charlottesville's Committee for Public
CZ Cops Break Up

Fist Fight In Front Of Balboa Jail

A eroutt of Pknttmnnlona nrhn
iudulged in a free-for-all fight
on a Canal Zone street today
saved the police a lot of trouble
by having theii? fight right out outside
side outside the BalboalPolice Station.
iJUtv oiticers; nearini? shout.
looked out of the Police station
winaow io see nve men inclucH
ing isiaro A. Beluthe Mora. Dres
ldent of the Panamanian-North
American Society Which fosters
U.S.-Panama relations fighting
for all they were worth on, the
opposite side of the road.
Police rushed out, stopped the
fight,-rounded (them up and
herded them Into the police sta station
tion station where four of them were
charged, .with disturbing -the
peace. 1 -fl-M. F ? l-
NO cbarges were preferred
against. Beluche because It was
ascertained that he had been
trying to stop the fighting. ..
The four Charged were his two
student sons, Renato and W al alderman
derman alderman Isldro Beluche, aged 18
and i9 respectively and Ildefonso
Riande Pefia, ?2, Darlen farmer
and Etelvino Lopez, SI, Panama
uuy salesman. r ( i
It appears Beluche and his
sons were : intending to', visit
somebody In the Canal Zone. But
on Franglpani Street before they
left ; Panama- City, their car,
which was. being driven by the
elder son. was involved in a
slight collision with another car
containing the other two men.
: Thinking the collision was
too slight to make it worth
stopping, the Belucb.es drove
on into the Zone and were
making their way to the police
station to ask the way to their
destination. ;
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Ho Parking Sigh
Out For Cadillacs
At St. Louis Lot
Sti LbUlSMd.' (UPD-A park
ing lot company has' told owners
ot 1959 Cadillacs to take their
business someplace else.
. in a .newspaper advertisement
yesterday City Auto Parks-said:
. Due to the current trend to
ward ever longer and wider auto
mobiles and .the adornment of
bumpers with glass, we regret to
announce we win not oe able to
accept for parking certain of the
1959 model automobiles. The irst
of these, will.be: all of the 1959
fertilise. .-, v .....
If other makes exhibit similar
characteristics, we will, be obliged
by to decline these also."

.", ?Let the people

i4v4P's
Appeal
today filedj a rriptjon in the'
,wnra.nun auiuui uumu IU,
Education
Tho NAACP moanwhilo chare-
od that it has bocoma tha sub sub-oe
oe sub-oe of a "reign, of torrorw in
Arkansas,
. ine AALr statement was a
reply to state Atty, Gen. Bruce
Bennett's proposal to J withdraw
the group's tax exemp ion and
promow a program of "economic
rppnsajs against its members
i Clarence A Laws, NAACP field
representative, said political lead
ers iisirul'ed by rulings of the
Supreme Court apparently have
chosen the Negro organization as
their "whipping boy."
'' Bennett said he is urging South
ern congre&smen to revoke the
fAAv,f i tax-exempt status;;, is
called on local prosecutors to en
force laws against soliciting of
lawsuits; is proposing that's? com.
munities organize to "effect eco
nomic reprisals'" gainst intewa-
tionistsr end asking that .welfaVe
payments t, mothprs nf ilWiti.
jrhildren bf furtyiledJ
wiir, a- comramee cre created
ated created Jn a, tidy the proposed gerry gerrymandering
mandering gerrymandering of predominately. 'Ne 'Negro
gro 'Negro Macon County turned ia its
icjwn sugReving that the area
remain intact but that a "watch "watch-dog
dog "watch-dog connnittee" be se up to ob ob-serve
serve ob-serve racial developments there.
5 Man Panamanian
-At a road crossing Just onno onno-site
site onno-site the police station, however
they pausedat a "stop" fimftte
other car stonnBrf hlm 1 iu.tz
ui "'ere was a furl,
fleer arrived.
. The four rha rr ,
ed on the r own recognizance to
appear at Balboa MaitratD'.
t 'riMr-t r c
v imiqay mornlnir.
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bESEHVlNG AWARD Six-year-old frank Sharpe breaks out
Vith an ear-to-ear smile after being awarded the Outstanding;
Catch Trophy at Thursday night's trophy presentation banquet
at the Panama Club de Yates y Pescas. Frank caught a' 100 100-pound
pound 100-pound saUflsh in the Sixth International Marlin and Sailfish
Tournament to earn the prize donated by pan American World

Airways,

know the truth and" the

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:'A PRETTY PICTURE is formed by the Queens of the Football Jamboree at the Mount Hope
Stadium last night. Queens- Margie Relmann (Athletic Club) Kathleen Cox (Balboa) Patricia
Lawson (Cristobal) and Eileen-Damerau (Junior College) added greatly to the 1958 football
season-opener. i v

Truman Continues fo Give 'E171 Heir-

llaGQcegin

... -A&HUii, wniw, vciv vuri; r"w nwucm nsrrj v. iruiiian uiasiea tue lurrinu hiiu
domestic policies of. the Republican here last night a he continued his "five 'em hell"
Sweep through Ohio.' r
; Appearine before nearly ?,000 uersons at a Democratic rally, the fiery ex-President drew
constant cheers and applause as he detailed what's wrong with having; a Republican ad administration
ministration administration in Washington."-
''Tm aonna tell vou a f ew thl about this so-called 'peace and prosperity' administra administration,"
tion," administration," Truman said.;, "When 1 turned over the government, everything was a going concern. But
this Republican administration has made the biggest mess ever made In Washington."
The former-chief executive charged that t be Eisenhower administration has "bungled
foreign policy so badly that the unity of the free nations' has been gravely weakened."

"When I left office, we were
leaders of the free world with
many friends," he said, "now.
nearly all ot our "friends are
gone."
' Turning to domestic issues.
Truman charged that the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans have given the nation
'Mnflotlnn .an). ruiBcefnn'' of tVia
same time. "And it takes a geni genius
us genius in reverse to do that," he ad added.
ded. added. "They said spend money to
end the recession,". Truman said,
"where the hell you gonna get
the money?"
Meanwhile, in Portland, Ore..
Vice President Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon admitted last oight that
criticism of tie administration
had reached a "crescendo" In
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country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln.

OCTOBER 1951
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the last six months but insist insisted
ed insisted the last six years Had been
the best in American history.
Winding up a five-day. cam
paign swing in the middle west
ana on me raciiic i;oas mxon
told Oregon Republicans' at a
$49.50-a-plate dinner that their
party "has tne Dest case io pre present
sent present to the American people."
. Here to spark tne campaign
to return Oregon to the Re Republican
publican Republican ranks from which it
dropped two years ago, Nixon
urged party workers to publl-
rlr ttiMK nnints!
The Eisenhower administra
tion ended the Korean War "it
inherited" and "we have peace
today without the surrender of
principle or territory." -k
The U.S. is stronger than
any potential aggressor. "Critics
assume that everything tne us.
sians trv will succeed andev
erythlng we try will fail. They
don't know-how good our scien scientist
tist scientist re.: ... I
Quemoy and Matsu must, be
defended r the United Stages
will be forced out of Formosa
"and our whole, line of defense
in the Pacific will crumble."
Jobs in the last six years
have increased from 61 to 65 mil million;
lion; million; wages have increased 20 per
cent In dollars and 12 per cent
in- purchasing power; prices are
up only eight per cent compared
with a 38 per cent rise during
the Truman administration; so
Margarita People
Asked To Aspire
To Civic Office
' Marearita residents who have
civic aspirations are being Urged
not to be backward in coming for
ward. The Civic Council is short of
candidates for the Nov, 4 election.
. So President Tom Sellers plead
ed today "Don't wait to be invited.
Nominate yourselves." '.
Candidates are needed to fill
the regular seats at the council
tahl as well as several vacancies
created by the move to Coco Solo.
The Civic Council urge people
who are interested in the welfare
and. improvement of the commu
nity, and Who are willing to devote
time and effort to the wortc, to of.
fer themselves for election- ..
Because time is getting short
for' making ballots, anyon inte interested
rested interested is urged not to wait until
they are approched but to offer
themselves now.
They can either write to Box
No, 1 Margarita or call Thomas
U Sellers,-president at s-zut.

cial security benefits are un 25

oer cent ana n minion persons
have been added to the rolls:
nome ownership is up 10 per
cent ana the strike level is down
50 per cent.
The vice president said he had
conciuaea since leaving wasn
ington that Republican prospects
are looking up."

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A MERCY MISSION was completely yesterday when a UJ3.
Navy Mission to Colombia aircraft brought two-year-old Rob-'
ert B. Allen, Jr., to Albrook Air Force Base for treatment of
an undisclosed Infectious ailment at Gorgas Hospital. He was
accompanied by his mother Mrs. Elizabeth W, Allen, wife of
Robert B. Allen of the U.a Embassy in Colombia. Above Rob-,
ert B; Allen, Jr., is being transferred to a waiting ambulance,
Capt. i (Dr.) James R. Markette of the 5700th USAF Dispen Dispensary,'
sary,' Dispensary,' Albrook Air Force Base and HM-2 Raymond Simmons
of Rodman Naval Station help the patient into the ambulance.
Crew members of the aircraft were r pilot, Lt. (JO) Walter:
Voorhiees; co-pllotv CPO Lee Talbot; and flight engineer, CPO
Stewart Pool. The crew members are all stationed in Bogota
v and are assigned to the UJ5. Navy Mission to Colombia.
..(Official USAF Photo)

Federation Claims
' I ' -..-an'

Hundreds' Held;

Renews

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The usual Sarurdaymornina crowds iammed" fhe Knew

sectors of Panama Cifv todav

high school students and Education Minister Cnrl ...

ere worsened.

The Students Federation charged that the govern-
ment has arrested "hundreds of students," including mem members
bers members of the federation's executive council and wampA h

were 'n,ot going to continue

uuii uy in governmenr.
A federation communique called for a meeting ef
university and high school students this afternoon af "5
o clock and urged "civic, labor, professional and industrial
organizations" to heed the federation's request for a sit sit-down
down sit-down strike.
National Guard sources todav record th I

arrest of two Teenage students, one of whom was carry-

!IJ u ITIVIUIVT VVV.MUII.
Police also reported that a
home-made bomh went off ear-
ly this morning Iri the xicihity
of the National Institute, where
the Students Federation-has set

np itjieaaqua,rpcrs. 'Varies indii" a '
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and teachers were holding a
meeting In a fruitless effort to
.
find a solution for tne current
conflict.
Fire crackers were also set off
in several areas of Panama City
and one ef the plate glass win windows
dows windows of the Philippine Rattan
store on H Street was broken
with a stone..
The students'clalmed in their
communique that they have
shown great patience, but the
time had come to act. because of
the "constant provocation" and
.persecution by the National
Guard and the Secret Police.
Secret Police chief Hectdr
Valdes reported today" that, six
individuals were arrested at
1:30 a.m. in a vehicle carrying 44
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Strike Call

tolerating" alleged persecu-
s
cans of ether. Valdes said threi
others who were in the car got
out and jan- before they could
be apprehended.
jv" gunpowaer with
paper fuse, which furf t
plode.
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wu iuuna on the student, An Antonio
tonio Antonio Sahjur, 18, police also
found pieces of electric wire,
matches and electric taw. on hi
companion, ablo Palacio, also
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Anares cantlllo, secretary of
the Students JTederatlnn' n.
nounced last nlghf that the
students had rejefeted a govern government
ment government offer" to entet Into talk
on the list of ten demands sub submitted
mitted submitted yesterday by the stu students.
dents. students. According to Cantilln th. tii.
dents would continue the 'strike :
until some satisfactory agree agreement
ment agreement is reached.
The government has agreed
to accept eight of the ten de demands
mands demands presented by the stu students
dents students yesterday. The twe, re rejected
jected rejected by the government ; fn fn-clnde
clnde fn-clnde "assurances that, the
National Assembly would re repeal
peal repeal recent reforms to educa education
tion education laws" and lifting of the
ban on students visiting other
schools.
Cantillo said there will' be" Tie
talks until all the demands hav
been met. ;
Meanwhile, the civic cwrunit cwrunit-tee
tee cwrunit-tee headed by businessman Jus
to Arosemena reportedly redely- -ed
a letter from two-time exi
President Dn Arnulfo Arias ap approving
proving approving tha idea of the ciriej
committee and wishing Arose Arosemena
mena Arosemena everysuccess.
Workman Badly Hurf
In Fall Between
H Tanked Vall:
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T 'f'mr-'- f. '.
A Panamanian worker, Fiden Fiden-cio
cio Fiden-cio Gonzalez, who was seriously
injured In a 20 foot fall at Sosa
Hill in the Canal Zone yester yesterday
day yesterday was stated at Santo Tom as
Hospital today .to be Improving,
Gonzales, 40, a rwelder em
ployed by Chain Singh and Co.
was working on a. water tank
which was being; dismantled
when, he fell down a. three foot -space
between: the tank and a
concrete!"wall,. ; (; 1 '"
With difficulty "police and t
Gorgas doctor administered first
aid in the cramped space. Then
firemen aided in the rescue op operation
eration operation which took 40 minutes,
Gonzalez had to be strapped to
a stretcher and hoisted out with
a rope and tackle.. t 1 ; t
He suffered a deep cut on tha
head, a possible, broken cheek
bone arid other injuries to hla
legs, back and hip. He was rush rushed
ed rushed to Gorgas hospital and later
transferred to Santo Tomas.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 4, 1951

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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SIX MONTHS IN ADVAMC
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THIS TOU FORUM THI MADtM OWN COLUMN

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lattert ara etceivaal ;raettjKv aa ara fcaatflae ia a bally caariUaiai

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axt day. Latrart ara avaluhee ia tha a4ei racaived.
Pleaae try to kaa tM U eae leafta.
Identity at Htftvi writers a) bH i" ttnetaal aaatiatnc
Tbn aewtaapat atsumaa -efS-oiwieilitv, tea statemantt a ah-lam
expressed ia tettars trata raadai.
THE MAIL BOX
OPEN SEASON ON TOURISTS
U,l thoroughly enjoyed reading about uiat lveV'mexcu
agium wiio a'mos raoi over rwcess -"w; Hei eue
"m auupiy ueugnuuL "oh, excuse me. i tnought she was a
toUf?!iust hope that the police take this into account when con con-aidermg
aidermg con-aidermg wSr otnotw press charges against toll nay girl.
bn Imca penect hum. fane cuan'i mean anything oad
for tne Princess. Out a tourist, tnats another mauer.
1 ItokTw?; tne Belgian Tourist bureau sh out c i consider
DrefieniuiK this thoushttui xady with some sort of medal. Or
ey cooTd mange toe posters from Come to see the Fair to
CmVe?y?comofaSr'l must .ay. Or -perhaps they 'rejust
more outspoken there than in other lands. But it is good to
know in advance, dontcha think?

Labor News
And
Comments

Anyone For Bruges?

Sir:

TO BELT OR NOT TO BELT

' "rnr,,frt" (Mail Box. Oct. 3) mlspeiled his name. It

should have been "Disgusting."
If I may address my reply more or less directly to Disgust Disgusting."
ing." Disgusting." I would like to inform him that I too am the parent of
two-two boys who are nobody's angels and get their share of
punishment. They are not immune to a good whack on the rear,
but the most severe and most effective punishment they get is
restriction of privileges, loss of allowances or a no-sweets diet.
Lei Disgusting go rignt ahead ana beat his kids with a
belt if he wants to. As he says, that's his own business. If his
children have good memories, maybe they will say to their own
children some day "My father beat the H-out of me when I
was little and 1 hated his guts." 1W ,
And don't try to tell me I have to see it to know when a
youngster is being walloped with the strap. The piercing screams
through the night and the steady slap of leather against- skin
is more than enough to convince me. Of course, I could be
wrong. Maybe the neighbor, are having a friendly game of catch
with the kids doing all the catching.
Since "Disgusting" seems to be in a quip-quoting m(jod, 1 11
Join him. How about "Let the punishment meet the crime or
that rather-well known verse which begins "Do unto others...

Aching Ears, Vol. Two.

Sir

TACA'S VISCOUNTS

n u tmnt nn nf ThiirsHa v's Panama American it was

stated that the prop-jet Viscounts which Taca International
Airlines are now operating from Tbcumen are the first in the
Western hemisphere.
Except for 60 flying for Capital Airlines and 10 for-Conti-nental
Airlines and nine for Northeast Airlines. in the US; 50
plus for Trans Canada airllnes three tot Cuba's Cuban, air airline:
line: airline: eight lor British WesQndian Airway: two tor Nicaragua's
La NiCR-airltotetfri-for'Ve
Pluna aMtJW anVjhree w ifof;yiP versions, for, the Canadian
and Brazilian governments, the' statement' was perfectly correct.

Why Count?

Sir:

COMMISSARY OVERTIME

For the information of "Somewhat Puzzled" (Mail Box, Sept.

20) the grounds for -the claim that commissary clerk1 re beinR

unrainy treatea are ciear. we worK many noma oveiwme, aim
we are not given overtime pay for this work. We are promised
t,A will ma numManstitAni tlm nrVian fV.A wnrlr 1b, 11 (rVl t hilt, the

work is never Meht anv more.
We have sfew emploves We cannot keep up with the work
and take compensatory time too. We are Mp" this Is not the
cs in other' oxrts of the CanM organization. Emuldves in oth other
er other branches tel' us that when .thev work overtime, they get
overtime pay. We want equal treatment with them.

Commissary Clerk.

Sir-

HOW TO HAVE A MAID

I agree with "Woman Employer" (Mall Box, Sept. 3) who

suggested that many of the complaints by Canal Zone maids
about the bad treatment they receive from wives derives from
the inexperience of the wives who never had maids before.
I know one young wife fresh from her do-it-yourself State Stateside
side Stateside kitcnen who is so terrified of her maid that she stays away
from the house. When she finishes work, she eats at the club clubhouse
house clubhouse and its around reading a book and times her arrival
home to coincide with the departure of the maid.
She regards her maid with a mixture of suspicion, dislike
and nervousness and cannot bear to lounge around and watch
"another woman" iron her husbands shirts and potter around
the kitchen which used to be her proud domain.
She doesn't know how to giveinstructions to the maid. She
doesn't really know whether to order her or ask her to do things.
Her over-riding fear is that the maid will think her weak, see
that she Is not used to having a maid and therefore "get the
better of her," laugh at her behind her back, and take ad advantage
vantage advantage of her inexperience generally.
To the young wife, the maid, then becomes a potential ogre
who. at any moment will begin to urpersede her as mistress
of the house. In the wife's dreams, the maid will poison the
minds of her children against her. seduce her husband, finally
stripping her, the housewife, of all her status, and order her
out of the house.
With this terrifying spectacle In front of her the housewife
hardens in her relations with the maid, snaps out orders, mut mutters
ters mutters complaints, never praises and imposes unreasonable condi conditions,
tions, conditions, finally sacks the maid and starts all over again with
another nne.
I know that some wives are go terrified of their maids that,
they dare not either give orders, make suggestions or reprimand
when they know the maid is takinr tremendous advantage of
them and probably helping herself liberally to half the house household
hold household goods.
Somebody ought to set ud a school for training wives to
handle maids, or at least bring out a booklet explaining the
tchnioues of being kind but firm, exacting but trustful and
the art of sittin" around sinnine cool amber drinks, shouting
Instructions to th maid from the depths of a relaxing rhalr
nd being generally an Indolent and more or less a non-useful
member of society. It, should be recorded that a vast number
of Canal Zone wives have developed the latter technique.
' Emancipated.

By VICTOR RIESEL ;
(This column hat just com
pltod a national turvay of lab labor's
or's labor's political action. Horo is
what was found)
In a thousand headquarters, in including
cluding including telephone equipped ohices
inside highway trailers and in thou

sands ot factories making every

thing from blouses to bombers, or

ganized labor is working dynami dynamically
cally dynamically towards one goal:

It seeks to get every one ot its

13,500,000 members registered so
they can vote in a bloc against
the Republican Party.

This is the greatest and most

skilfully organized single politic political
al political push in labor's history. It is

directed by sophisticated union

leaders who themselves do not be

lieve they can "deliver" their

membership, but they figure that

the first step In their pouiical in

tensive against the asennower Ad Administration
ministration Administration is to get their people

registered. This they're doing by

the hundreds of thousands.

In the final weeks of the cam

paign, another drive win he

launched this time to convince

union members to vote for sped
fic candidates.

This tactic doubled the number

I of registered union members in

ocratic sweep. How? A specialist

in registration was dispatched to
Maine by the AFL-CIO Commit

tee on Political Education (COPE)
A union membership card file was
set up, union-by-union, district-by-district
and shop-by-shop.
A spokesman for the Machinists
Union reports that whenever a
new worker was taken on by a
shop, he was signed up by the u u-nion
nion u-nion and then told immediately
where to go to register so he
could vote in the Muskie Payne
contest. Everywhere this simulta simultaneous
neous simultaneous registration in union mem membership
bership membership and polling books con

tinues across the land wherever

Machinist lodges exist nd there
are ovc 2.00G such locals.
The International Assn. of Ma

chinists, headed by A. J. Hayes,

is a good a sampling as any. in

New York State, for example,

where the Rockefeller Hamman
race is closer than a singin? star
and his 10 percent agent, the Ma

chinists have cut the state into 15
districts. Each has been assigned
to a vice-president of the New
York State Council of Msrhinists.

Using a master card-file sys

tem, the union's locals are be;ng
checked. They estimate that 35, 35,-000
000 35,-000 members will be registered
this year for the first time. Only
in Jamestown, N.Y.. Md the Ma
chinists have no problem. They
found that 100 percent oHhe men

bers of LodCew l88t WelOatt
registered. These Mach'fWtfl?

Dropriately enough, work' for the
Automatic Voting Machine Co.
Across the country, in Seattle,
this union has "registration b"'-

es." It has an arrangement with

the Boeing Co. to have is ripo"
tized reistrars distributed through
out the Boeine aircrft ?. 'rl
rnmpanv suoplies the registrars.
The union ursres its member 'n
ign ri?ht on the floor and make
themselves eligible to "ote ,his
fall. When this is over, the union
will nlumn for re-eler'inn of U.S.
Senator Henry M. Jackson.
One of the most irnsu'Hve re
gistration drives is pushed quiet quiet-lv
lv quiet-lv and soientWcall" J"1'1 'i-

ternational Ladies Garment Work Workers
ers Workers in New York union HeHi HeHi-cated
cated HeHi-cated to the Liberal Party, whose
nominees are Oov. Av-e'l "-Ti-man
to succeed himsel' and Dis District
trict District Attorney Frank Hdgan for
Senate.
i
Dav after day. colWe 5tu',nt.
handicapped workers and "reti "retirees"
rees" "retirees" earn nart time "ne" v
shiftine registration records. Thev
do a job vn e1ect',oie.r-','"'i v,,"i
ness machine could accomplish.
They 'breo'c do'"n th "-

nion members by district, resid

ence and shons. Wi' ,h"
in and. fea"i of union me"ibers
visit non-re?istered urt'on breth brethren
ren brethren in shons and homes scattered

miles apart over the five bor

oughs.

Here there Is a lanua?e hurdle.

Puerto Ricans have not bothered

'n register. So the registration li literature
terature literature is bilinrual an- th vi

!t,n teams soeak Snsnish. too.

Puerto Ricans but only eight to 10

nercent have registered. Te"istra Te"istra-tion
tion Te"istra-tion of another 5.0.000 such voters

and a successful drive to con con-vince
vince con-vince them to vote Sot Gov. Harri-

man could be the balance of oower

in thig dramatic fight to prove
which one ia the "people's millionaire."

Reneat this talw of two cities-

Seattle and New York in a thou thousand
sand thousand communities. Through them
roll union loud soeakers, radio

and television broadcasts, millions

of nieces of registration literature

and special tolitie1 eduction
"virses, as in Fort Worth. Texas.

Here is the forerunne1 of the cam

paigns against Sen. Knowland in

California d Gov. O'PJ'H in Ohio

as well as Rockefeller down East.

Thre will be more eligible vot

ers than ever but the point If,

whom will they support?

"And; Above AM A Stiff .Upper Lip" ; V

iuii w ujb iiuuu iui, ui .. iuc.usut vetiaiimem in this
cret huddle between British For- administration has hounded Lamar

Viiftttm TahIoa A iniwt flrftTYIV.I Matt rv, Mall.. .l ,

ko, Lloyd got nowhere. He found suits and aq overcoat from a tax
flromvVn nnurillinff to lift a fin-1 evader nhn j

7", I w mm WVHVltieu. A 4

ger to mnuence uit itea i.ninese.i
TJiis fear has now spread to Ei- f Conneriy wis certainly impro.

They're Acting Suspiciously

By BOB RUARK

ANCHORASE. Alaska I am I'm tha onlv character who ever

not euuretyetain that there is went off bear-shooting in an Ital-

not ajiMOEtBt

inxSjiofievf

dott o inuruer uie xur

people have been act

ing ifipiciously lately, and

.meirinething.
Some fairly aiscreputable peo

ple 1 know have kidnaped me off
on a tishing trip int he backe od
oi nownere in tnis brand-new 49th

state ot ours. A likelier lot of war

lan sUK suit

Mo exaggeration, this. I was
going to economize on city clothes,
ana since it was hot in Seattle, 1
decided to wear what 1 nan on
and leave the rest in the hotel.
Figured simply enough thai 1 u ue
switching to long-handled drawers

and mackmaws as soon as. I

criminals I never saw collect-! climbed off the iron biru. Turns
ed under one roof before, and out I was wrong, as usual. . 1

while they describe themselves as

editors, oil magnates ana bankers,

1 don't believe a word of it. All

I know is that I've been sleeping

every night with my wallet under

my puiow, and a ponce whistle
strapped to my wrist.
What has got me puzzled is

Mama's attitude. She knows some

Far from encountering any Dan Dangerous
gerous Dangerous Dan McGrews, the first
thing I encountered was a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party, with everybody clad in
decent black except old sporty,
here. .Black shoes are de rigeur
after dark in; Anchorage. Bui in

a way I was, right.. They've,, been

of these ruiiians, and was mosi :having an unseasonable summer

cheerful about packing me off

'with them-while she gallivants, off
toMonto Carlo ob Miami or some
such. ,,' v ' -.l'.
' "It'll do you good to get off
with the boys," she said. "You've
been working too hard lately. Go
and catch some iish, and while
you're about it why not shoot me
a bearskin rug? You looked so
cute on a rug in those baby pict pictures.
ures. pictures. Get me a nice light colored
one, mind you. Not too big."
This is-'not. at all like the
warden's usual reaction to a hairy

safari, especially in company wi. i

and, everybody was: sweating but
mfti-- '.pi T' V .-.j,-
, Wa'Jiventrst,' kf'tA-.cfe-ilo:
inspect a stuffetf hear kin a depart department
ment department story called iMonty's, in ord order,
er, order, fort he hunters to locate the

aiming points. This bear seems to

Mr. Petersen, who seems"? to
owu a goou portion of this large
cnunk ox reale state, ueporsited us
by proxy at. one his lodges, at
BrooKS Lake, ana scarcely nau the
Bouroon oubbled beiore the ex excuses
cuses excuses began to flow.
"I don't think I'm: mad at no
bears," said Texas, "i am a
iisnerman at heart. Anyhow, I
got to be back home pretty soon.'
"That Spaniard must have
known something," said Denver.
"He went to Tokyo instead.!' ;
'. . .Heavy editorial crisis in
Washington," said the editor. 'A
few fish, and then I got to get
back to the plough."
"The bank just cabled that all
the shares were caught in the
forsteris, and the outstanding de debentures
bentures debentures are imdemmfied in the
off study," said Chicago. Then
everybody looked at me. 1
"I shall uphold the honor oi the

expedition if -it kills.'; -M no 'mat-

ter what the6 the? fellows irfy?
sezzi. "Don't worry aboutme, lost
in the lorest with all them bears."

Stifhnn a sob, I weni out into

portionately. It was my unspoken

opinion that he was much too
large to make a rug for any baby
smaller than Primo Camera.
A kind soul named Ray Peter

sen, who owns Northern Consolid Consolidated
ated Consolidated Airlines, entrusted us to the

'-nrer loving care of a pretty red-

this crew. But, in any case, here headed thing named Effie Coffee,

I am in Alaska, a wet-earea chee-

chako.
Man, I got that crazy plaid
shirt, and them wild ri ikluks, and

fur cap like Davy Crockett, nri

ei' i'qh armament to sink the Red
navy.

The only jarring note is that

s

THREE-WHEELER Latest entry In the smalUear swetp swetp-stakts,
stakts, swetp-stakts, this three-wheeled auto boasts a gas consumption of to
miles to the gallon and top speed of 50 m.p.h. One of many
tri-wheel vehicles developed by .the British in the past 20
years, the car is the Bond Minicar.

SEES CAR HORTA6K

SAVANNAH, Ga. (UPI) The

chairman of tne Tnternt com
merce Commission said the eco

nomic recovery tnreafens a se
r horce of freight cars be

cause railroads have defered re

-is of cars during the recession.

Me snoke to the Ameican Short

ine Railroad Association;

.i..,...6 "..0 stifling a sob, l went out into
oAiS7en! 'hr. ftthet-rreat.uiikaown, clad only in
20 feet tall, and was broad pro- couras. and nklian: silk suit

- v-ri) 1 t nirr-' . j
California Town
Sfriigoles To Fight
Hune Brush Fire

vuo chaperoned us as far as

place called King Salmon on the
Alaska Peninsular, from whence

we were decanted into an area
called the Katmai National Parks,
where the aim was to lay wa te
he ra:- '- and smite the salmon
Up and fin. jff

fill"
3 Bell X-2, Sept '56 V 'SJil00" s V 1
5 (LaunchadinAir) I 143,000 fT.v 1 ;
"r' 1 126,000 IT. J s; : : ; V i i
MAti, iMonnadlollooniflV; I
ff.i USAF,Aug.'57 l
iU : 1 loiooosT. fJ -t J
p Manned Aircraft SV '. '" I 'v
JO a (Aug. '57-From Ground) 1 f -s v ; T J
Conbarra-BMarkZ. 1.
;n; 'y 7a30g FT. T01)'. i
' v,'. r"r" "1 Combor Flight I
" 1 T V--) "J; tk I W War II I j

HIGHER AND HIGHER With the Ruuian taunchini of a
pace missile containing two dogs and their successful return
to earth a new frontier in apace travel was crossed,! Pieto Pieto-chart
chart Pieto-chart above shows the highlights of man's effort to n above
the earth,- with eventual goal of a manned flight to the moon.

MONROVIA, Calif., Oct. 4 (UPI)
v re i-tyers fa,r-H the "worst"
from 'he weather tsday in their
s ruggie '0 con'rol a huge brush
fire thickening scores of homes
in the foothilU above this city. ?
High temperatures and low hu humidity
midity humidity twin foe of 'he tired fire
crews ba'tling the fire were pre-

die'ed along with brik. wrm

winds b'owinc 'n from California's
grea inland deserts,
Alreio'y the flames had lick lick-ad
ad lick-ad ovr an tlmtd 3,000
eras, dtroyln at least a dox dox-,an.
,an. dox-,an. itrurturai ir brnh cover covered
ed covered foothills and possibly as many

a ?o jiomes.

There wTe reports 'ha from

one to friii. nerpons hady been

caugh by the roaring flame and
b'irVed. '0 'death but offipUl
checks failed to substantiate the

rumor. ';3 i-:.-

" Chief Ti Ted Becker of the Mon

rovia Fire Deoartmeirf ,td r he

"fered h worst? in e'orts to to-epn'rol
epn'rol to-epn'rol 'ie Wae today. He i1
the weath condit'rm were bad.
A small armviof 1 000 frfrhf frfrhf-'er
'er frfrhf-'er manned he fireline through
he .n'"h" ftehtin the ore,'in
fire jv'M 400 to 500 pieces of e-qi'lnmen-,
1e U.S. Foret ServteeiWeper;
or.. aiv prti' mnt fon l,,f
"hot nootr" dth dfons of a fire fire-annws'n
annws'n fire-annws'n wter ind borate aot'i aot'i-tien
tien aot'i-tien drpp"d from six erial tank-

ker. .r-

Police ('h'ef.F. E,. P'air of Mon Monrovia
rovia Monrovia raid the fire ws 'ar"'' bv
two ven ve'T-nid hva playing
with ma'rhe yesterday.

i:DA!LYi7Asin;:GTo;

filERRY-G0-U0UuD

If MW IAtg

o

WASHTNfJTftV Allied dinlo-1 Tried nn u

. u . . I mv (!. VUUKB.

mats arent advertising 11, bulla hung jury refused to convict.

mey are oany more cooceroea u u-ver
ver u-ver the II.S -i Chineta deadlock.

They fear that the. rest of
uinrlrt mav ha-hullai intA a

which eur allies con-, warn, wnicn e

That should hava ended It.

. But la at week-. the .Tntt. n

the! oart ment .notified r.nmPinM k.

war had to stand trial -again On Oct.

uaine-aay ca received, that

is not of their making, but which news he suffered a stroke from

thev will hava tn fish)

i ms was tne reason ior me se

made almost frantic pleas to John

r osier uuues r 10 maw lure

1 nun. K iigrh rinn. nm mill iiKi.Ajiiit.il

, r ".iwu iw nis various tax ar

iuiu war wa uic uuicse raainianu. reara, violations of the wool'hhel

It was because of the

dent s worry that Adm. Harry

Felt. CIS. Commander in the Pa

cific, recently i held a three-hour
conference with shlaBg.;-

Chianc had been ftreateninr td

go it alone if the 5 United: States

made a deal with Red China .'at

Warsaw, ; and vFelt cabled : the

National Security Council after his
three-hour talk that Rhline win

still threatening to go it alone.
The ; ? Admiral -renorted- .that
Chiang j was threatening not only
to attarlr tha Chlneae nhore- hatte

ries but. to reinvade the? Chinese

mainland. He torn the Admiral
that the Chinese oeoDle would hail

his return as' a conquering hero

and join the battle to overthrow
the Communists.

Felt reoorted to.Waahinstnn that

there wax no nlieatinn hut that

Chiang hoped to expand 1 the Que-

moy ensis into a tmi-scaie -war
which; would pave the way; for

uia X vim u KM uunci

The xerret ennferenea lieturean

Felt and Chiang was the back

stage reason for the blunt an announcement
nouncement announcement In Washington 1 later

that the United State was nnt lin.

i leashing Chiang Kai-shek to bomb

or invaae tne cninese mainland.

in other-words, the Eisenhower
administration finds itself ; in ex ex-actly
actly ex-actly the same position as the Tru Truman'
man' Truman' administration when during
the 1051 e'ltinn:. FIenhowe wr;

criticirine Truman for not nnleaah.

ing Chiang Kai-sheck.-

MYSTERY MAN
Havimr nlaved anme riart In

firt exnosinj Henr f?nmewld
the mysterv man, it may seem
paradoxical for me to a v a kind

word for hini now, f

Henry's trail first crossed mine
wheh I ws investipating the man manner
ner manner tit tehilth f-tAnHa mnA .itamU

of Pan rtieriean Airwav were

lite"'nin on n eonvreHon

Of Hav i l d Tftiffhe,; tieait v nt

Trans World Afrlines in Waahlna.

ttw. Grunewalf and Xt; Joe Shi-

ruon 01 me wasningion ponce
force engineered some of these
wire taps.

Grunewald wa miltv of a lot

0' finagi'ng. But the more I saw
o' him. the more I became eon
vinred that he was a small tool

used b hie operator. When f

c"e time to take the ran. he

tO"v it, :

I have spent hours trying to get
Grunewald tn tlk flbrtnf -, the Wr

comoanie which emnloved him.

wouldn't talk. He, remained
lo"l to the end. 5 ; : i

He tried tn write his memoir

to maVe a little money for his
court COts. But the memoir
were valueless Without the story
0' who emnloved him.

The atnrv remain untold jnd

with his death, will never be told!
nrrin powerful executives on
Madiann Avenue and Wall Street

can now htiit wdrryine.-
Gnmew1d died lnnly and with
out friends. He I had befriended
many. v :

When Richard Nixnn wa run.

ning for th T7. S. Senate

uig act, ana eight-year delav in

filing reports-with the Secu'ritiet
and Exchange Commission.,

which he never reenvevA1

une. justice Department in this

manvtdama got from Bernard
Goldfine. who has not been pro-

wifl
wiU

the

Adams.

not be prosecuted. Neither
chairman Len Hall, whnn.

MOUSe 1 i;nvernmnt n-.-.Aiw-

Committee has accused of violat

ing rne corrupt "Practices Act, nor
the other conflict-of interest offl.
wals forced to resign f rotn thii
administration. They have lnflu.
ece M high places. Henrr Grune.
WSld. tha nna.time. I.fl.... s

- -.mi muuwci pea
dler, had lost his fmfluenee.

- So. notified that e would have
to face e exoenslve, grueling
OrOeal Of annthae M.i. a..

luuu t. xa.1, Vet.

' oaaaea pn to an

other world

doesn't count.

where .influence

WASHINGTON PIPELINI
GOP rhji.rmflin Ufa, at.

has warned the White House that

w'-cmoy cni, mav cot thi
Renubl.cans million of votes. It
will rob the Renublieans sof their
beat pamn.toa .1 ...

-.... wvcan aainsi me
Democrats that th DamneMt.

r tne Jartr of war.'. .Chief
Justice Earl Warre, did wme
nacKst a ffe na rlevin a t..

Itt ----" :.""U1 a USUI'S
9ark ? T ersuad.

uj Ko nong with the Court's
nnanimou" dertaion against anv
further aehnnl inln.t!.

Little RocV." Clirt at foil W

a oeiay, put bowed to Warren'i
plea that the Supreme Court coule
not kowtow to mob violence.

o

The two principal motions of

the earth in space are its rota
tion, or twirling motion like a
spinning- top, and its revoluw
tion; or movement in an ellin.

tical path about the sun. Thesel

two motions determine when)
and how directly tht sun'al
light or energy strikes tbe
earth's surface. Rotation, is thej
cause of bight and day, revo-i
lution causes the seasons.
O Uncyuloiiedia Brltanalira

'n Cat

BRITAIN HAS DIPICIT )

.. !...r ..it '. '" !"
l LONDON (UPI) -Britain ended
the first half of its 1958-59 fiaral

year today with a $1.478. oo.-

.' Ann j.k.ii hi

- vuw uciivii, viiauceiior 01 tne ax
wald sent his personal check for chequer Derek Heathcoat Amorr
HAM DiA VI... M...U J . .....t.J mL .... .. :

-w, iui, iiuuu w5" i aiouiiu 10 jcjwneu. ine aencit was nisher

heln hJm last week, NiXon heloed

v"ngresman Adam Clayton Pow Powell
ell Powell of Harlem to delay tax pro pro-oiHivv
oiHivv pro-oiHivv Powell had influence fl flyer
yer flyer the Negro 1 vote.? Grunewald
ha-' lost hi. influence. .. .f.
Grunewald had been foVete."" of
fixing a tax case,, but the U.S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court set aside the verdict.

than for the like period in the ore-

ViOUS VeSr hut lnivert han .,' v

- 1. v uwu u m u
been expected.

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in news, and entertainment
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WASHINGTON (UPIV-The .Na .National
tional .National Science Foundation an

nounced ,tody i: Hl errand

its system of circulating science
books to high schools this yeair.
To tneet increased demands, the
feundatinn said it was allocating
$500,000 1.1 circulate 350 se's of 200
"carefully selected", science books

to 1,400 senior high schools. ..

' The foundation, an independent
governmvot agency, operates Its
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At' CEREMONY HONORING -US CONSULAR ASSISTANT From left to Tight are J.V. Vilianl; correspondeirt "LEs-'
iiu MnSnia" Alberto Barrera correspondent for ''La Hora"; Alejandro-. Chu Borbua, correspondent for "El Panama
America"-Sotrto YouS consX Assistant ;"Argimlro Guardia, manager' of the CPR Radio Station; Mouefior Jesus
&So 'BS'Rmm:WLeaAa, president of the Colon Junior Chamber of Commerce-John R. Horan, vice-consul
f fh? United States-Mai Salabarrla P.. senior consular assent; Mrs. Aurelia Pacheco Salabarria Bainbridge-C. Davis,
CoSrf thJ United states in Colon; Ladlslao Sosa, secretary to the Governor of Colon, and Rev. Pedro Zuloaga, secretary

to the.pisnop. i t,

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An '' lmnroved version of the

World War II mine clearing

"snake" is beta developed Dy
the U5. Army Engineer Research
and Development Laboratories,
Fort Belvoir, Va., and is current currently
ly currently undergoing testa by troops In

the new, tne ueparunen 01 vc
Army announced this veek.
This new model consists of a
series pf prefabricated, quickly quickly-connected
connected quickly-connected sections' that can be

assembled in less time man jus
predecessor.

Sections 01 -tne suwm:

Ltransported by truck to an as

sembly point. Alter assemoiy,
the unit is towed by tank to a
minofieM where : it' is pushed

over the Held and detonated to

clear the field or mines, une
nrnnnlet "snake' !. 400 feet

long. a -' -n
tvm device utilizes spe

clally designed charges in place

of the conventional cnarsc vi

the old model, resuiuag m im improved
proved improved 'mine clearing perform-

onB ttjiTJi less exuiinsiYc. n ay

Aioi HAsim of free-slidine In

ternal nushing; bars transfers

the Dushin force of the from

a unique tail section directly

through the structure so mat it
acts on the nose section only.
By placing the force on the nose
section, the rest of the "snake"
Is actually pulled in tension.

Detonation ol tne expiosives-

laden sections is accomplished
by firing a machine gun from
the tank into a bullet-sensitive
fuse.

The structure is of extruded

aluminum and -was made under
contract with the Allison Steel

Manufacturing tympany 01
Phoenix, Ariz.

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ipvp mnp. t Wvo. Former

President Truman, in charging
the Republican Party is 'rying to
brainwash the-v American people
into thinking it Is new liberal and
different from Republicanism ot
the' 1920s: .
"The Republican leaders are fol following
lowing following the sarnie misguided poli politics
tics politics that wrecked the economy in

the 1920s."

ram ntF.fiO. Calif. Vice Presi

dent Nixon, in charging the Dem

ocrats wih "rotgut thinking ior

criticizing administration ueien&e

"Tne grjve oanger iB mt

enemy migni weu

claptrap ann maKe me nwc

launching war against us.

WASHINGTON Sen. John C.

Stennis (D-Miss), jusi reiunieu

from a trip bemna tne iron t-

tain, in warning nusia pieacma

a serious cnaiienge:
'w arf ton sure of ourselves.

We must tighten up our belts and

tighten up our system.

WASHINGTON Adm. Harry

T Fn'r rnmmander-in-CMei 01

U. S. Pacific farces, on Dreaiung

h hlnckade of Quemoy island

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"I tmns we win nave aiiuwei
situation like the Berlin airlift
when the United States proved 'o

the world we would come to me

help ot our friends."

CHICAGO Producer Richard

Adler. on why he is not having
Margarft O'Brien, as Beth, die in
his ffflrthcomine television prodwc

tiotl of "Littlff Women"":

'She can" die in an hour show,

Besides, there's also aliout eight

minuses ior commercials, et cei
era."

French Elections
May Give Country
Tvo-Party System

PARIS (UPI) The general elec elections
tions elections to be held in November mav

give France a new two party
system, it was reported today.

A vast shift in political alliances

was being made inside trance.
Premier Charles,de Gaulle's vie
tory in the constitutional referen

dum Sunday set the stage or

creation of a strong Conservative

par'y and a weaker Liberal organ

ization.

Information Minister Jacques Sou

selle isn" o,v,- r-"i

lists were reported behind the

drive to build tne new conserva conservative
tive conservative bloc.

Observers considered Socialist

Guy Mollet. minister of Senate, a

likely choice to lead a new Liber

al organization.

The new setup Would leave the

Communis's out in' the cold.

De Gaulle and his cabinet today

were preparing final drafts of
laws, under which French voters

will elect the first parliament of
the new Fifth Republic De Gaulle
is establishing.
The oabinet must give final ap approval
proval approval to the text of the new
electoral laws and set the date of
the general elections, now sched

uled for the last half of November.

The new electoral system will

aim at merging France's numer

ous political parties, which have

kept governments shaky under the

expiring Fourth Republic, into a
few cohesive political blocs.

straight-stitch model

Quickie Divorce
Is 'Aim Of Brando's

Spouse Of A Year

BEST FOOT FORWARD Members of Cub Scout Pack 15, march to the flag' pole In front of Headquarters, 5700th Air Base
nrnun ht Albrook to stand their first Retreat. The 776th tiSAF Band played Retreat and the National Anthem as Air Police

men lowered Jhe flag.AThe Scout group is under the direction of Chaplain (1st Lt.) Robert o. Nelson with Capt. Albert P. J16 Forbes is slated to hang for

V4CUH ROHVOVift. -;', .".:," ,. : wwv

Scotch Murderer

Marries 2 Weeks
Before Hanging

EDINBURGH, Scotland UPK)
Murderer Donald Forbes, 23,

was 'married to his mistress to

day In the Saughton prison chanel
directly above the room where he
will hang two weeks from now.
By special permission, the gov government
ernment government agreed to the ceremony
so the prisoner's children one
born and one expected will
have a legal father.
Scottish law -knew no precedent
for the compassionate action,
Forbes' 22-year-old sweetheart,
Rita McLean,, received a wedding

license in an. Edinburgh court

Tuesday. Then she won permission
for. the ceremony to be held at
the prison.

Two weeks from today, on Oct

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress
Anna Kahifi. sultiry wife of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon Brands will seek a "quick,

quiet", dwdjfce from uthe unpre-H
di ylH0at0r? hee- attorney sakM

BeyhTOa'Britker, representing!

Miss Kashfi said the 24-year-old
dark-hairod beauty would seek a

divorce on charges of mental
cruelty.

Apparently the bfow which

broke ur Ihe marriage was Bran

do's 'failure to show up at Miss

Kashjrs birthday party Tuesday
night.

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for only

Monthly
installment!

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"NECCH1 has' forced other machines to go in for a lot of
improvements to meet competition," Readers Digest.

"Due to sturdiness of construction . The advances modi
by NECCtil in the Sewing Machine industry ...It was
decided the NECCHI would best suit our purpose" ....
From a US military report.

"The Great US Testing Seal is awarded to NECCHI for
performance; for sturdiness of construction; for availability
of parts and service." The only sewing machine that has
ever won the coveted award.)

An independent American REPORT TO CONSUMERS
has classified NECCHI, once again, this year r the BEST
BUY. "'

SEWING WEEK BEGINS DAY AFTER TOMORROW

Memorial Service

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The Salvation Army -Colon Third

Street Corps will hold a memorial
service Sunday night in honor of
the later Brigadier Thomas Lynch,
retired sectional commander of
the Salvation Army in Port Limon,
Costa Rica.who. died in the neighbouring,-
republic- two? Weeka ago.
, .,;;.-.,:1r '.;: -'"-V-S-. -; -.:
Brigadier ,r!ncK then an ad adjutant
jutant adjutant -ot the; Salvation rmy Rerv Rerv-ed
ed Rerv-ed as commanding officer of the
Colon Corps prior to his transfer
to the capital tity where he" open opened
ed opened the iirst-Salvation! Arm 'sow
kitchen on the Isthmus,f with the
logan'So
1 A Cativa 'religious worker Mrs.
Gwendolyn Burgess ; and a Colon
aewspapernian, ,B. A. Campbell
tre a mong ; the specially invited
speakers who will take part on the
memorial program arranged by
the commanding officer, S-Captam
Sislin Taylor.1 -n. ;
i The Service with begins precise precisely
ly precisely at 7:30 o'clock Will be presided
by CapU Taylor, assisted by local
officers and comrades of the corps,
wWch he' one 'served, as.an offl

the murder of a night watchman.

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ROAD CROUP WINS AWARD

J- GOVataly (CPIAn .-Italian
jury Tuesday y night .awarded
the annual ."Christopher; Colum Columbus",
bus", Columbus", com municatiioiM prize to tb
International -Road Federation -of
Wishing'on, London and psris.
tindidates from 26 nations com-
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INSTALLATION CEREMONY TONIGHT
FOB ffcOKO MIULtX KA1NBOW GIRLS
Mis Mickey Walker, dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Georxe
Walker ot cocuii, wiU be installed this evenuu woriny
advisor ot fettro Miguel Assembly Tar, Oruer of Rainbow
lor uirli. Tha rYic U planned for sl p.m. at th An An-coit
coit An-coit Masonic 'temple. ... ..
An Informal reception wlH b hld t the ba nonet hail
following the installation ceremony. AH parent and friends
arc Invited to attend.

ataaio Farfan Wives
Have Monthly Cot, a
The monthly cotiee meeting of
Radio Faiian Wivei wit held at
the hbrery .his week. Hostesses
for the event ware Mn. Charlie
Jackson uC Mrs. Henry Beechner.
Ociootr birthday bsskels were
presen.ed to Mrs. R, G. Kelly and
Mrs. K. A. Miles, both newcomers
to Faiian. Gilts lor their new ba babies
bies babies we r received by Mn. F. J.
Sarins Mr. D. E. Wilson and
rs. E. M Bell.

tails On Cruise
Mr?. James A. Esstwood idled
yesterday from Crls obal for S
month's cruist aboard (he SS
Trans Canhbean. He will visit the
pons uf Cuba, Bermuda Puerto
Rico and the United State.
tun Church ladies
Have F:rs Fll Meeting
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Gatun Lnicr Church held its first
regular meeting of the fall season
Thmsday morning in the church
parlors
Army Puts Excess
Property On Sale

mm

property no

Comments on Uinsiopner Col Col-jiuuaa
jiuuaa Col-jiuuaa were Btc"-u ... mt meet

.ag jy Hev. immiai ri"iMin
ll.S HUillCsj UW4Vii-v. CUUIU.ua-
.ion couet mu ouamess meeting.
Return Te l!tei
Mi.er txicrotg Visit
Air. iD" jur. iii-unan iIielke
have ic.iiiiieu lo uieii' uume m in; in;-ituuoiii
ituuoiii in;-ituuoiii jeacn, nw an cx-
ienueu visi. whii utii' uauuier,
mm, Weyikf Cotuiia, uiei coilias
anu Meir Oiiugnier.
Vltltln Here
Up., ami Mn. Charles K. Mil Miller
ler Miller im Ui" i'liiteiilii isavoi Uis.net
have hid as their house suesi Ail'.
Michael U. Mine.- m mcuiiionu,
Va. The Vipuor U the brother ot
Captain M.Jier.
General To Visit
PR Inslallalions
Maj. Gn. Charles L. Dasher,
USAttCai.b commanding general,
will imave bv air Monday for Puer Puerto
to Puerto Ricu where be will mike his
first oil'i'iat viiit to U.S. Army

keen mtlwitte la taw
ceiuma Meaie wmHit
ma aemaai lift
cil-a Ulktrwis,' or n4
a.aa te NelM f
MtchDM Maaei H
i..a.

A du.lnguikhed aervice award
hat bUA pnaenved to USAROr USAROr-lb
lb USAROr-lb for iuccwiful participation
the fedeta- Service Campaign for
Nitiimai Ui-nlth Aienclei. Accom-

p.nyinj the award wai a lor jI
apprecUtlon to Maj. Gan, Cherlea
L. Dshe1' fommanding general,
from Satretary of the Treaiury B.
..nderior., tedtral chairman of the
1951 campaign. ,..
AndeTtn thanked th commend
for tta record In the solicitation
and $W: "The fine responia halpi
aeaure expanded program, of mo mo-dical
dical mo-dical rewarch, education and erv;
i: Mfh of the 10 national

health agencies"
Upon receiving the awrd. Dash Dasher
er Dasher tpiecd' his gratification t

tended pcrM-nni PPfec'iiUor o U
oeraonnei who contributed m men men-fng
fng men-fng the campign a ucceM.
The asenefei concerned are. A
miMTncer Society, American

i nouae wm o u-.rt A'aurlation, ArtMlMi ano
UMv meeaug Hgart a iiaw Mulcui,r

Dinner Out Of Cins Prom

Versatility 01 These ;Fcds

BY OAXNOR JrlADDOX," NIA rood tnl Market! Idltur

Here art more wcipei uied In chopped patiley, ti cup cnimid
a camte oo0i dinner or ouf cottage cheeie, 4 cup nhreddad
that coiti under $2 (bued on New cabbage. -York
CI y lupermarkit prices for Combine ivaporattd milk and

Historktt Jtilety
i Meet rimoay
The 1'lvoD uuett Uouae will be

MID e7-fir Wl w.WM "' nL...MI,iiem

01 the .4nmi.o Hia.oncal socie- Xnv A socia'ion of America,

iy lutau.f ivenini at nei-;" r Association for wi

lilf Will ..! i- vitiArrw

Hlth Naronai iviuiulhc -t'-SfeieTv
Naf-fnal Society for Crip-

Auguit).

Buttered Oreen Pen
and Whele Onlarn
(Yleldi 4 aervlngi)
; One can (1 pound) peai, 1 ciri
(8 ounce ) omom, drained; 2 ta-

bleapoom butter, v teaapoon ceie

lemon juice, I ir is dry muitard,
lugar, nit, pepper, onion piriley

anq qwuge cneeie. mix witn cio
bage, .
Ouieb Cherry Upeide.Dtwn.Cike
lYItldi fevinffi)

autn to ine puouc, wui t;

Socittv Nt

luee irij

feature cummfcnU by inree aemor
reaidenii wnu played mteres.lng
ro4e in tevoluion period here
between lWa-06-
The penktis will include A. V.
McUeruy, lormer newspaper edi editor.
tor. editor. Alia? Aininta Melendei. and
Richitii b. Praicoit, who wai
an empujf oi the Panama Railroad.

One-half cup lugir', I table

ry nit. H tenpoon roiemary, op- Pn cornuarcn, teiipoon

tioml, ; aiii. i can (i pounaj rea lour pit-
' Drain pea liquid Into iiucepin; chirrlei (watar pack)1: v
ball rapidly until liquid ii raduc I "ipoon almond flavoring, H
ed to about one-half. Add butter, teaappon red food coloring. 1 pack pack-celery
celery pack-celery lalt, rosemary and drained aged iponge eaka layer (I to a
pen and onioni. Heat to lerving package).

temperature.

Light Touches

Amwer to Prtviout Puxxlo

A saw ot excess

longer needed by the federal gov

ernmen: nil- Seen announced by
thp nrnrtAtlv Hicnnsal ntfnmr IT 6

Army fbbpan Bids, which' mult USARFANT and MDPR.

be sealed and submitted in four
CBDies. wil' be nnpned it 9 ami Also miking Ine MTl

f ie iL WxA nt staff rotirpsentatives

vvny, is lilC UIU IUUIII VI r M ...

Building Co-oral. inapect reserve componen fac4H-
ArraiiEemerti to inspect the pro ties ami active army laatiUatlons.
perly can be made by eonticting They "r Jh" F, 8bmelJ,eV
the oroperlv disposal officer at assistan1 chief if staff, t-oi-
85-4i49. Wsl'er J, Preston Jr.. 'm
Anions ihe i'ems offered are sev- chief ot ati.ff, G-l; Col. William
rat cjfc ivllh rii'trt varlnnc air E. Eclt'eS. COmOtTOller: Lt. COl.

Red Space Expert
Foresees Unmanned
Mars Flights Soon
MOSCOW (UPI)-Leonid Sedov,
a leadiiiu Soviet space scientist,

Forces An.ilits and the Military PrBf.alle 'ZhuV tL mn
ni Hi t ni Puertu Rico ited spice flight! to the moon,
D1D.f,,her KtiSna-nd orien.a- JSSSJT'
tion wil. include all activities of JL1"

clip ivam n wp utv v
of the li anniversary of the
t n V, i n rtt Cmitntlf 1 Ait uirn.H

a he trio win oe ? --:;;.-.

ilativpc whn arp to 'h W t-ommumsi rany newapa

craf! parts ?r. outboard motor, ra

dio p: 'elvi'is sets and surveying

quipment, MisceUineoui items

Silver ra E Ortw of the G-2 Sec

tion; Lt. Col. George w. Caner jr.,
of the G 4 Section : Rober M, Don-

refrigei-to high speed drill and

modiuea'lrn kits.

includf loot sets repa parts for i ley, chiet of the civilian personnel

manasnnfen! oivision, u i seciinn,
James M McNamara, program
coordlnrtlan asilstant wifh'.tV of office
fice office jf the Comptroller and Capt.
Johi A Hettinger, aide d camp
to Dasher,
The ercup, is to return the
Canal Zone October to.

pr HriMla

"The lime is not far off when
we will be able to launch manned
rocket aiupt into interplanetary
space and to other planets. But
before then wc will doubtless have

at SrtK.e ij Tuberculosis

Blindness "'""ir lt.j crebral
AisocUrlon an! UlvlUd LreD"
Paliy Asi'0Ct")B'-

Vell-Wlshers Held
Back A Kinn
leaves Ho$Hal
vww YORK (UPn-The Rev.
M 25? FK".deho" ?M

rr 8riefi Hm'
Fridav ''Completely recovered
,r0Ab,;t' Vtf emen held back
crowd of weil w m as J- mj-
, dStectlvt w,lk.d from th, hoi-

P plilre Commissioner g enhen P.
Kenne-lv v'sited hf m nlster w
Hs Kltn' room shortly before
hU dsparurc. .
The cler3visn..who tert a noy noy-rott
rott noy-rott th- rnlted In inte-ntion of
buses ill Mffltsom'ry. Al
v.. ,-.u tnanri the next 'nr'e

Interplaneiirj flights of automatic weeks nf Wa eonvlfjnee i
l. l.l.l..f.!.l.. I .l Jl. ,.!.. rl nlana ''within Ml f

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Hotel El Panama. Directly on all ..public transporta transportation
tion transportation routes. Ample private, covered parking facilities.
Up to 2500 Sq. Ft. available in on area, or smaller
offices. Contact Mr. de Lima "ELGA" Elsctrlo
Distributors, Ine Tel. 3-1650, Panama.

Creamy Ceie Slaw
(Yleldi 44 servlnas)
One-half cud evipaorated

2 tablespoons lemon Juice. Vi tea

spoon dry mustard, 1H tesspolns
sugar, 4 teaspoon salt, dash of
pepper, 2 tablespoons finely chop.
ped onion, 2 tablespoons finely.
Army Says Visitors
Bureau To Absorb
Some Missions Duty
In what was described as a
move to "personalize" support

bv Headquarters, U. S. Amy
Caribbean, of military missions
in Central and South America,
the Military Missions Section in
Headquarter, USARCARIB, on
Wednesday, will be Inactivated

ana a visitors Bureau win oe-

oome operative to absorb at
least some of the functions pre presently
sently presently beinc carried out by the
Military Missions Section,
Officials o f Headquarters,
USARCARIB, said the move

would establish more practice

ble ties between the far-flung;
mission and headquarters at

Fort Amador, While the visitors

bureau will work with the mis missions
sions missions personnel on a purely per personal
sonal personal level, administrative ac

tions required by the missions
will be carried out bv the ar ar-oropriate
oropriate ar-oropriate staff sections within
headquarters.
Formerly operated under the

Headquarter commandant at

Fort Amador, the visitors bureau
in the future will be controlled

by the Chief of Staff,-USAR-CARIB,
The bureau itself win be

beaded by Ma tor Otto I. Feler-

tein. now neaa or central a
mefica operations. In the Mill-

tarv Missions Section,
Other members of the Mill?
tary Missions Section affected
by the tnsctivation orders ef effective
fective effective next weke Include Lt.
Col, M. F, Moucha and Capt,
Robert A, Fielder, executive of officer
ficer officer and South American oo oo-erations
erations oo-erations officer, respectively, for

rne Military Missions section,
both of whom will be reasria-n-ed
to hte Office of the Assist Assistant
ant Assistant rhlef of Staff, 0-8, USARCARIB.

, Blend sugar, corns' arch and salt
In frying pan the seme else or
slight larger than sponge cake lev lever.
er. lever. Add eherriea with llonlH

milk Cook, st,lrrf.!gonstanny, until mix

ture bolls. Stir is almond flavor

mg and coloring, Place cake on
top of cherry mixture, (Reserve

secono layer for another dessert.)
Cover pan: continue cooking over
low beat abou' I minutes. Invert
on serving plats,- Serve warm,
plain or with whipped cream or
ice ores m.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written tor NEA Srvl

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IFermer ;
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light source -4Uhting
. evlee -.
I Iky Bight
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II Ans .
II Nights
Mere events
14 Stanley
' Gardner
UCever "'
II Of brain
' membranes
llSultmskers
IS Ledger item
Weight
measure
UJssen's ship
(myth,)
14 Pace, as ef
a herse
If Ihtreaty
IT list Greek
letter
10 Awaken
11 Cased fixedly
14 Xesiteted
II Holding
II High railways
IT Beams of
light
tlPeemi
40 Heap
41 Fruit drink
42 Bright blade
41 Disparage
41 Pleasure
ground
II Butterflies
15 Direction
II Islevaa
14 High note in
Guide's seal
It Issentisl
. bains

II Advantages ;
IT French coin
. POWX
I Ceeted with
shiny stuff
I Oparatic sole
I Stirring up
: rebellion
4 Citrus fruit
I Stst
I Monthly
;THrd Oreek
letter
I Musical sign
I Allowance
. (or waste
10 wing-shsped
I I Depend
IT Nullify
11 Water lily

t-rJ 1

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II Reposes
14 Yawn
11 Russian lakl
II Move a
bicycle
ST Exsigersted
medHtiM
11 In this place
15 Roman dlt
II World.
II Positive poll

81 Brought'
forth young
40 Talk Idly
41 Mimlckers
42 0raf -.
41 Sadery.
' 44 Mrs. Trumsn :
4SSaurel -4T
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DeQaulle Offers Moslems
Development Equal Rights

Mrs. Gus Davis of Morehsad
City writes, South did not know
whether he was bidding six dia diamonds
monds diamonds to mske or as a sacrifice,
He did know that he could not be
hurt snd.lt seenied silly to take
a chance and let hli opponents
play five spade s. Since West

could not open a nesn ana ine
club finesse worked. South

brought home his contract. 1

would appreciate

ments."

lAwmmm

Ctm ikrt with frianrfly
Ppl ia Sibil Study, Prayar,
esd WaiWa . : THafa'i a
le Hat aaly ya tan III.

Wllltswn N, leeby, fester j

BAPTIST

CHURCH

(JUST ACtOII SIOM SAISOA 1,1. ITATtOH

titan r Vlkars, Am'I Faster
RADIO OUTtBT-HOXO, IM KC
Wi Kiaath thriii
CruaKUS Rlsail Coming A(at
LUlan la "Manna In Tha Momln"
Sally Stes a.m. HOXO

RALLY SUNDAY ALL SERVICES
8:2010:40 Worship Service
"GOD INSPIRED BIBLE RALLIES"
A church rally i not Jast a man-mads plan to Incite
interest there are God riven reasons for a church
rally.
Choir Special Music Children's Chapel

9:30 Sundsy School (ClRiiei for all Bps)
Every department is readv to handle their share of
the over 500 expected. Vv need your faithfulness
tomorrow to make our aoal.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Our sroal is 200 In training umon-200 people trained
for faithful church work will mean more souls won
for Christ.
7:30 "Finding The Way Homi"
If any man misses salvation, it's not Ood'l fault. He
has none thinw to help you find the. true Way
in Christ, .,.
Youth Choir Lord's Supper Miselon Program
EvanaelUtle i
NURSERIES PROVlUUl) - i VERYONE WELCOME

Western Electric
Wins Contract
For Missile System

A 1135.000,000 research and

development contract award to
the Western Ilectrlc Company,

New York, N.Y., this week will
continue rapid development of

the Nike Zeus anti-missile sys

tern, the Department of the Ar
my announced,

component tests of the sys
tern already have been accom

pllshed and further development

or mkc zeus is being pursued

vigorously.
The Nike Zeus will be a third-

generation surface-to-air mis

sile system designed to give th
Unltrv states an anti-missile
defense against Intercontinen Intercontinental
tal Intercontinental ballistic missiles armed with

nuclear warheads.

Approximately $21,000,000 Of
the contract is earmarked soeci-

ncany ior research ana develop

ment while tne remainder i
primarily for procurement of ex

perlmental supporting equip

menu ana missiles."

South's bidding was excellent

indeed. He certainly had reason

not to let his opponents play live

soaaes ana ne was fortunate

enough to bring home bis slam
contrsct,

your eonv

Wests' two soade bid was a

slight gsmble but it got his side

in the right direction. His

double of six diamonds wss bssed

on hope that he could aet that

contract ana leeuns tnst tne

would be way overboard at six

spades.

Of course, six spades Is lay

down, All West would lase st

that contract would be the ace of
trumps because two ruffs would

set up dummy's heart suit.

Kow we And s player who went

wrong, cast oio tne nana Beau Beautifully
tifully Beautifully in the early stages, hut

should never have stood for his

nartner's double Of six diamonds.

East had a perfect two suit hand

and his nartnr had frei blrf

his second suit. East could not

afford to live no the possibility-

of a slam for his side and should
have gone to six soades in spite

or nis nanner s aounia ot tne

adversaries' six diamonds.
ie

Q-Tht bidding hat been-
Eaat s.,ta Waal North
I Pan Pais Double
Pass f
You, South, hold:
J7I5 TAQS5 4)QSt ST
What do you do?
A BH anc iteart nly, In thia
;sh) ynr MHoar may MuM
In a vary llsfct imtn.
TODAY'S QUESTION

Your partner continue! with s

CONSTANTINE, Algeria (UPIV (UPIV-Premler
Premler (UPIV-Premler Charlei d Gaulle to to-day
day to-day offered Algerian Moitemi a
flv.yar development ; program
and equal political rights with
Frenchmen to bring about a pro profound
found profound transformation of the
Moslem Nationalist rebels to end
their ,"fraUcldai" 47-month-pld war
for independence and join the five
year cultural, social and economic
program. He made nq toncesslons

eitner to me rtois or w i

gerlm French letuers wno nave
been demanding rougher French
rule In Algeria. But nowhere did
he spell out the political future of

Algeria nsen. nsen.-fha
fha nsen.-fha oremler. addressing a

crowd of 7,000 persons In Constan-

tin Mit that last aioo oi nil a

hmip tAur of Alserla. promised

that tha B.milUon Alcerfan Mas-

lems would hsve. equsi poiracai

rights with tne v,aw,w urppani

If tne wwiory ano wim trmmn
Man in Trance BfODar.

At least, two tntros of in -gerlans
elected to.th new French

Aiaamhlv in elections next Aovam

har mint ha Moslems, he ssld.

To better the lot of tne wosiems
in a flvs-yesr erish progrim, De

Aaulla npnnnaarit

-Rilling islarlei and wages In

Algeria to isveu comparam w

r pinna nrnoar.

- p.: ...

- Distributing ew.ow acres w

land to Algerian wosiem rarmera
i BtillHIna new homes for 1-mll

lion Moslems snd giving new jobs

to 400,000 Moslems,

Pravlrfini shoolini lor two.

hiprfi nf th Moslem children by

the end of the fiv.yar period,
with steps taken to bring eventual

lull eflucation oenents m tne wr
iUnrv.

Pi Gaulle pledged that the first

phase of a huge agricultural and
industrial development program

would b completed" by the end ot
five years, including development
of oil and natural gas in the Sa Sahara
hara Sahara Desert, new ports and' high highways,
ways, highways, more chemical plants and

Better sanitary acuities.
The program will begin in tho
immediate future, De Gaulle ssid.

The premier only vaguely de described
scribed described the political future of Al Algeria
geria Algeria itself.
He said: he wanted to bring
about what s he called the. "pro

found transformation of Algeria

through a program under whicn

loo million men have decided to

gether their future in liberty.

equality ana fraternity, -'In
any cue," he ssld, "the fu future
ture future of Algeria must have a dou-

til Kaala firtt lt nartimilap nsr. i

soniiiiy, seconaiy, us tignt soua soua-sritywith
sritywith soua-sritywith the French mainland.,"
' His proposal for Moslem repre representation
sentation representation in the French assembly
hss been opposed in th psst by
French settlers in Algeria who
claim it would give Moslems 15(
sests in the 620-seat chamber.

CHUCKLE HEAD

ANOINT IKILITONS POUND
MANILA (UPD Skeletal re-
maina nf filloinoi who OrBSUmsbly

lived ages before Ferdinand Ma

gellan came to me rnmppines
have been discovered on Cebu Is Is-Isnd,
Isnd, Is-Isnd, it wii reported today.
ALCOA MARKETS WIRE
PITTSBURGH (UPH i- Aluml-

num Co. of America announced it
has placed on the market a new
line of aluminum magnet wire
which is expected to compete in

Srice with copper for us m iucn
evloei as motors and genei?alors.

Chaplain Kennedy
To Get Treatment
At Walter Reed
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Gregory R.
Kennedy, USARCARIB deputy
chaplain, left by air for Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. where he will un undergo
dergo undergo treatment at Walter Reed
Army Hospital.
During his temporary absence,
Chaplain (Col.) Silas E, Decker,
command chaplain, Is .handling
administrative matters, and

Catholic services at Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador are being conducted by a
priest from the office of the
Bishop, of Panama.
This weekend a new member
of. the chaplaincy who has been
assigned to the command, Chap-

kjaln (Capt.) Louis J, Karey, is

expeqiea w arrive ior amy ai
Ft. Kobbe. Father Mariano
Walls, auxiliary chaplain who
has been serving at Ft..-. Kobbe,
then will be able: to take over
the duties of Catholic chaplain
at Ft. Amadbr until Father Ken Kennedy's
nedy's Kennedy's return."

Billy Graham Sees

'No Shortcuts1

To Heavenly Gate

CHARLOTTE. N.C. (UPI)
Evni?Alii: Rill v ftraham tnM a

"youth n i t Ii t" audience here B,d of ne o-trump, What da

last that there can oe no "anon ou d0 now?
cuts" to heaven. 1 Aaw TM..r.

Aimina his sermon at the teen-.
Igars whu made up the bulk of
the more than 13,000 persons at-

lending the service, Graham ...... .
stressed that success in any fiald.lnto in. kisgdem of heayen, Gra Gra-is
is Gra-is the re&uJ: of hard work snd nam iid.
sacrifice You tell me how much your
religion cost and I'll tell you how
"You cannot hit two home runs much it's werth. For It's worth
is a ball gams like Mickey Man- exsetly what It eoat,"
tie did today wlthou' paying a I
terrifU- price lo training and ten- The overflow audience Included
ditionlng. Just as there are no l.soo parsons who cam here la
short cuts to success, tnir art Si special buses from Kaanapolls,
no bargain prices for entrane N.C.

Opening
TONIGHT 1

. p

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mm

mm

mm

ISABELLE

famous International

sinring star

S ft h

mm

.1

(direct from th Maya Exeelsior, Guatemala)
who will delight you with
hr sparkling collection of sonns.
1 Twle nlffhtly (except Monday)
9 & 10i30 p.m. in THE BELLA VISTA
Clirence Mirtln'i Orcheitrs r
Be eerer ne minimum



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4
SATURDAY, OCTOBES 4. lilt

, rai r anjwia L wnicjur am .DiDirmbniT daut xewspapei

ISTHMiaCi GHURGH? MOTIVES

Church oi Christ

AALUOA OSSl.' Ralboe ReaA
near Bjtmoaw : --
1 .00 PJB. 1
CRISTOBAL. American beejC HeU,
olcm Sunwy W;f
1j ASAJO; Hon h tm W
iuilMt .4 AO Mi
Urination
' IMS.
Sunday MQ9l
vwee .:
tulll -'UlVlUlU
lp UOOrH
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baptist
LuUi V "... .'. lu V"'
1M P-w
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130 p,UV

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; gSjBaSI'P mrnvrnw-
i wan niuuui -.--
firs? An? church
' IJ Ancon Boulevard
William H
Sunday School
i;;niritrtlatirvlc. ........
m.ui "-HlWa- RWdy ua.
IttTn" irVftSha'-'i"
Monday n R'
9:30 a.m
1Q;4 a IP
I ',30 p,m
IiW pm
M p
atw J
i m a a
f: -'iTWff APTIM CmiRCH
TaaraMlia. Canal Rnni
s R,'willdall rc ''
. urid irii .. . JJ'JS
Evanina WOTMHP .'"
Prayar Sarvlcei, WadnBdaya
W .U tat r Prldaya
Prtisaya'iiSif'-.1"11
t :0 n,m
1:00 pm
IM PM
irt'i.j nit
Salvation Army
Ni-"'militl'nal f vnaeltt
1 Maatiit
PANAMA CITV
Mi or Mra. W. Bishop
IS Tabruary Street, Phone:
28 20054
11 niO WOlincap
1:00 Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO, C.Z.
Envoy A Mrs. C. L. Moialay
Guiana Street
llsOO tfellnaaa Mtln
COLON CENTBAL
Sr. CaptaTit A M", H. raM
14th Street, Phone 3143
jl:oo Helinaw Waatlni
8:00 Sunday School
1.30 Salvation Mailing
COLON-THJRO STRMT
gr, Captain S. Taylor
n:oo onnaw
j:oo Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meeting
HAINROW CITY. CX.
Envoy J. uiu
Voo Sunday School
f; JO Salvation Maattnf
Union Churches
BATh a, O-car W. 0.a. Partor
Valboa Road .at San PaWo Straat
Paator'l phona 1-J4M
Church 5lfla,MM
a:30 a.m.-Churoh School fraa bu
.trvioe, Clataaa (ar all .u.k
10:30 a,m.-Wawhlp Sarvlea -Church
Tim. story Hour for
and Frimry wpiwrmi ;. v.
J:3 f mltOO p.m. .Jiuu;or W"
t'orSanlor Hlh Pallawihlp.
"ilar'a.arltifva! and Rnllvar Hwy.
TO Wia K. PranMla faitw
?Sini j5ica, I-Ja4i. Ran M4M
ahll
I'aatiWul. auxiliary ac
.. f al niaannaa aa, an
;'wncd from aah ta wae- y;
q MRO-' J'JLtA. Pattet
in, hiito w "'TV..-
laa,- S'lM,
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Official maatlngaSnd waaalay
Ttla a annmmr"B
-is:

Ckurckei ef Mi mmv.MHM hi ike Canst Zee, pea tk HmiImI iin
wi ink m wrtttnf ky WWnti tkt lfi tny knM
, MiMf, bwrch Mrtan4i kf Uim art nM t lufw m tk
timi t mtm 4 wma ht $tm4 ttrvUw, H iWIIU ntiflh
, frltadl '"::;?f n.. :- -i -'.' :- ;.
Ai Mkl MmM. Iht AiMrttan lirti ktltw, kr
iftiaai, HtUM tt kwr ( wnhr thai raaulft atfiyttiat.
LMiiifi r hh4 Iiwb tim r Hma OaMminarltni ka?l ,.
at a tw (rrtM ar littaa' vna'ai "Otkai Ckarikn 9 larvteaa
A tpti IMIm it clw)a1 fat artf a at Armr Air hnt baiat j
!aa Haal afaliaM. -'-J": : Z ..

Catholic
SuniT Maowi.f iOO, M I04 an
il:W) a.i :..- -.. .....
Holy Pay uummi v. km
ntf 7:00 to :U0 a m Thurjr attnr
rint rntMiy w i
avatwi liOU P-l
mi Mon4y
on vunaay
sun
Miffh-flchooJ cm aara a.
Wadnaaaay t
AVWU) HKACT'tAmw
Holy Pay mM' HM am anj ItMi
8 Conwion. Saturday t-W to ;W ina
ill 0:00 am Tkuratay kalnra fir
friday i'M a.at,
nrai Haari DavaOanai 9M aa
frijtaya..
catacniaai ciawi wiw p- vn
OUR LAD 0 rATIaA-Mnta
Sunday Urn ai 1:00 a m.
Holy Day Mam at l;M p.m.
CenfwvtHmai 0(00 ta 9
an Baft
caiaeniam vtaaii aiwoay a"
10
a.m-
RX. JOIsre-ParalfMl X
Sunday
Holy Da
Maiaaa at m ana a; a.a
av Mav at tiOU t.
Confaaxfonai taturdaf l ) i and
WHkflav .Huui: . wo a.m.
Cataehlam' Olaaa; Sunday HOC ta 4iWi
"'Miracuiou Mtdai Novanai li
.mi Vrldsv
Convart utatruttlonai fhuraday 1 :0
am
Ml'. VlNCtSNTB Panama Mty
Sunday Maaaat. tm and $ M a.m -Halv
bav Mawaa. 1:30 and 5:W P.m
(it h rail on attwoay m
00 ana aim a m i
tiontaaiiona. katurday :oo to :00 and
.00 la i'.W) pm Thupdav fcafara Pl"
Friday iao p.m
Miracgleua Madai Huvana and ta
uona at tHa Croaa; frida.v 140 pm
Calaehlam Claw) Aftar 10 maaa a
aunday
'l.lii.Malav
Ccnvwt caa aw pm maw7
T. TMIiUKSA'S-Vaeatt
flonau mm a 30 am.
Holv bay Maw .oo am (It I fall
,n Saturday -1:10 a m i.
Cataohlam Claw J JO to tW am W
Monday
kl JOMA RAPTIS1 W. I.A SAI.M
pamut Mfavri
Uion a SO and 8:30 a m
Wa.1i lava Mass 1:30 Mon Thur
... ni Vaiilav maaa. 1.00 a m
Holy Day .Jtaaaaa o;o
Canlauionai 1:W la 4 HO an IWO
100 pm, on katuraay .i,
Mlrirulnui Mtdal Noven frldar '1
OatanWB CI". : P" Sunday
Copvert Claw: Monday 1:30 p.m
Sunday Masai 1:00 a.m.
,i ... n.u u a..' I nil n.m
Confioiw Siturdiy 1:30 to 1:30 p.m
u-rt Novena T OO om or
convari vhw.,.
ATLANTIC SIDt
IT J08KPH S-I oloa
Sunday Maea. B-,A'W!rdaM5Jm
Holv Dav Mawaa! 1:43 and l00 a m
id (Aft P.m .,,.
Coniesatona: naiuro
MtrasSiw.BMedai Novana, Wadnaada
11 and 1 100 P-m
Stored HeVrt Novana, frlday ': pm
Sunday Evening Servicaa 7:00 p m
Convert Claw 7:13 om on Monday
and Thuwdayn r
Catechism Via". aiHiiuJ -1:45
am 1:00 p.m to 4:00 pm
B.wiH.uWlvnnaitlnn of Moat Blesa-
ed Sacrament all day Bepoaition at :0
am Saturday morplna
ririrt Saturday Devotion is our
of Fatima rna rtniy nwarj
riMf rnmrnimiAn instruction" iur cimi--
dren Mondaya ana xnuraaaya mm o
00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MRDAICrtsiahai
Sunday Maww t oo, i-poand io-.30a.rn
Holv Day Mia"ea liM a:oo a.m and
3:11 B.m 'w. and ..ri
conrwsiona; iitunwi '-w --I'M
I'M --I'M tm liOO Pm Aflat Rneerv aaeh eva
ding.
Miracuioua Medal Hovenai 1:11 and
7:00 pm. or. Monday.
Catochlmi Claaai Anee 3:00 Maw or
Sunday
First Friday Bxpnainon i
lh School Year, 1
rirat.patureeyi
HOLY PAMILY CHURCH In Margarlla
Sunday Maaaa' fa, g:. 1 "'
First Saturday Massi
1:00 a.m
Weakday Mwe. ...
Saturday ... 7:00 pm. to
Miraculous Medal Nnvena
Holy Day Masses 7'JW am
Confession i:4l pm to
every Monday
arlsh Family Rosary and
Renedletlon
ovary WednearTay
Discussion Inquiry Oroup
ovary Priday
Mat, rirlday Devotions ,,,
let, Saturday Devotions ,,
1:C0 a.m.
1:00 p m
7:00 p.m
1:1ft pm
4:41 om
1;M k m
IJt o m
1:00 p.m
10 p m.
ST VINCEMTS Rainbow CltJ
Sunday Mamam- 1:M am and t0
a m
Holy Day Maseeei 1:00 a.m and l:0)i
am.
Contassiona; 4 00 la liOO and li la
1:00 p.m Saturday.
catecnism ciasei iviaa a m. on punot.y
Convert Ciss every Monday al 7:01
o.m.
Miracuioua ateoai novenai yam pm
en Tueaoay.
Beared Hi
ReaM Havana 1O0 pm. fi
Friday
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -OatO
Sundav Mam ana a.m
Holy Day Maaa: 1:01 p.m ''
iConfamlonai a:jo to 7:00 pm. on Sat
urday, :
Oaleoniam Rlasa 4 '00 o m mm Monday
"UB LA'I Or uimn cnURSRV
.'-v r- i fjossaB ';,.;. i J. .',
Sunday Maasmi 1:09 and US a.m.
Holy Day Mamie: t v p.m. and (:
iaalMlona Baiurday at I iW i.m. and
aftoa all avanuif davetiuna, -. ....
apuema ay appouttmani,
Miraeuiwia Medal Navanat. 1M' pjr
aft Tueedey. '
Raered fcaarl Nevenai it p.m an
rriday.
Sunday Icheoll 1:10 m, oa Sunday
Religious Inatruation Ciaaa foe Chll
dren. 1:00 p.m. mi Thursday m
Rellgloua iMtmoUon (or adulta (Con.
ducted In Spanish!! liOO p.m at) Man
eeivert tmtrueUan by appointment.

Tkt M, Rat Htkw Ut4Mk .T B

rka Vary Rav, Mainarl
S.T.R. Daaa
ratafMa,
M.tia
TMR CATNKDRAl OP. IT,
LUKS
SUNDAYS
SUNDAVa
7.M ijn
Holy Communion,
f:U ajn
Chuith School I Holy Com
a:M ajn unta communion ra aun
KMiutia uumuiitMi ....i.. flic iw
U iHJ am Morntna Prayar ana Mr
mon. Holy Communion it aunoay
T.00 am Evanma arviaa.
VYKUMUaUAYS
Holy Communion
rvamna Prayar
HOLli DAYS
rioiy Communion
Hnlv Communion
DAItt
7a an
a:Mi aJI.
H a m
a. ik a m, Morninn Pray
iy:oo Ml. .day Mianlonary Prayar
cocou
Church ol st Andrew
The Rav Wllllair W Raldwla,
Prtaat In Ckaraa
SUNDAYS
rluiy Communion ......... tJOam
Family Piavei and
Church School .i..'. .1:10 a jn
(Alio Holy Communion 8nd
Muromi Prayai A Sermon a.oq a m
Sunday aach month.
AEDNLSDAYS
Holy communion a:w a.m
COROZAL
. Chapel ol The Uoo4 Shepherd
' The Rav Clarantae W Hayaa,
Prlaat la Charia
fBIDAYJ
l:oU m Morning rrayer.
(H.C- Mrat Friday aach Month)
QAMUOA
l, simvn'a Churnk
rha Ra John SDaar Priem m Charge
Chorai Buenarut and Set,
SUNDAYS
mon ,
Church School ....
Episcopal Young Churchmen
1:00 a m
a;i
00 p m
1:00 p m
7 '40 p.m
Evennong and sermon
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and P RIP AYS
Morning Prayer ana noiy
Communipp
ivinini Prayer i
w.MNa Anvillarv and and
100 am
1:00 p m
WEDNESDAYS UHURSDAYS
Holy Communion
1:00 am
Morning Prayer
Evening Prayar
1:00 am
1:00 a m
SAfUHOAYS
I amiiv Eucnann
1:30 a m
1:00 P,m
o(t)c,o( CompHna
LA iOCA
' 1 oi aalai'a Chureh
The Rev, Joha Spear. Prleat In Charge
Unmlai Hravar and Church
School . , :OOa.m
l ..... MiSa am
Confirmation ClaM 1 :30 a W
Choral Eucharirt, and Sar
Holy Baptlern
Evanaona and Addreaa
11:00 noorf
, 7lU pm
ard MONDAYS
vvomani Auainary ...
1 :30 a m
I'HURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion l;0ffe m
PALO 8ICCO
Chapel o the Holy Comtnrter
Ven L B Shlrlay, Priaal ta Charge
CriClRglJAYS
1:30 am Holy Communion.
MAHUAHJTA
Church of St Margaral
Kpv and Srair Rlvd
The Rav. Jieae K, Renew, Rerior
gO.MlAYS
7 .30 a m Holy Communion
l:4 a.m Morning prayer and
Church School
ti ,00 a.m Choral Euchari't.
J'HimSUAYS am HOLY DAYS
l:M a.m. Holy Communion,
PARAISO
The Rav. Allan R. Wenlt,
Prleat In Charge
.'he Rev David A Osborne.
Vicar Emerltua
HJNDAYr
i:P0
1:30 a m
K.M0 1.
(llC'O i
Slid u.m
1 lei mi,
Choral Euchirlat 4t Sermor
intent laptism,
vhurch School
Rulldlnk 131
Vmith FelloWShlD
Cvumiona and Addreaa
tad and 4th WEDN
IOAI3
Auxiliary and ai-
I .so o woman
Ut Guild Merting.
PANAMA CITT
St Paal'e Chunk
I'he Voi. Lemuel Shlrlev, Rn-tor
The Rev. Carllon O. Morales, Awrt.
i.tML4-,
6:00 am. Holy tjommunioei
a.iu. Runs B-.urharist ai Sermon
0:4o a. Morning Praver and Churcr
Schpol
12:00 run t Holy Beptlam
7 -00 e,,m Solemn veapara
I'UISDAVP
aian n. Hnie Communion
liaopm. Evening prayer ano oerraon
WEDNWDAYS ;
e:oi. t o' noiy wwi'mumwi
7:00 p.n.. Evening Prayar
I'hURWiAYS AND FRIDAYS
1:30 ni Holv Communion
HOLV DAYS
a 'oo am. noiy communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BV-THE-SEA
Eaiscapal
Coftn. R,P.
(Opposite Hotel- Washington;
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
Tke Rev. Henry A. Hake, Aarlilanl
SUNDAY
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
3:30 a.m. Moraine Prayer.
l.'Ofl a m Choral gueharlat and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School,
1:30 p m. Solemn Evenoona and Ser
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:00 a m. Morning Prayer,
:00 p.m. Evening Prayae.
WEDNESDAY
l oo a m. Holy Communion, f
t:nn a.m. Mnmlns Braves.
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayar and Sermon
FRIDAY
i on a,m, m
:00 a.m. Ci
.00 P.m. t
Morning Prayar
hiidren a sucnaruni
venina rrayer,
SAfURDA
TUSOAI
1:01 a m. Holy Communion.

7:00 a.m, Morning rrayer.
:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
I'SOom Compline and Meditation
MONDAY, rtJWDA5( THURSDAt
: "If 4;M:gi0. eilAJ Ht-.
Bt. Chrastopher'a Cknreh 1 .,,
loth Street, Tarque Lfevr
The Rav. Clarence W. Hayea,
4vh-- ' '':.,,''":f':W'':n:''':r:,

" prltt la Chaw
Tha Ray, Claraaea A Crafwall. .-
. I Aaatalaat .

UNDAVS .
!,o a.m rtoiy vonimunionr
:M m luni Cuchiriat and Rv rnion
M a.pt Atominf Prayar And Church
,-, School, v
tl noon Holy RapUm.
(:W a m Ivanaony ana Carman.
MONDAYS
f jo am in ana aro, wamaAi aui
;0 pm i uatar Oaughtara M isa
VoutS raHowahli,
WEUN taUATl
10 pjn Ivtntni Prayar and Ratlifau
inairueuana.
rHURSOAYK -,
1:00 pm Olrla friendly Society,
' 1:00 B.m lat ana Ird. llntlatona.
8ATURDAYI .
wi junior- bonurmauon ciaaa.
Other Churches
CHURCH Or THa NAZARKNR
44a rranaipani St. A neon CR.
Rav. Klmer p Nalaon. Pator
Ron TO SalboaTx.!. fal I HOI
.Sunday School :4t a.m
'Worship Sarvlea ... 10 44 am
Youih Sarvlea .... 143 pm
Kvanaallatla Sarvica 1:30 p.m
: Prayar Sarvica wad. ... iwin
MKTHOUIST
Sunday) lam Panama Waalay
jb:jhi a.m aunoay acnooi,
,1:)Sp.m. evangelical Sarvica
and Sermon.
Sunday 1a m. Paralao
' in a.m. reraiw unoj v.iw
" 1:11 p.m. Paralao Evangelical
Sarvlea.
CHURCH OkIhT AAZAKKNE
Margarita School Qymnalum
. Paior Ralph U Hyaoni
Wrltai Roa Hit Margariu. CZ
.v. Phonai I-1M3
Sunday School Ittam.
Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Cvantng Sarvica i;3P p m
NATIONAL RAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P 23ro atre' Earn
, ktev a N Hrown,- umiiiti
Divine VVorahig .........
Sunday School
Sunday Maaaaa
Rle ADaJo,' RJ.
Sunday School
:30 a m
3:00 D in
ll4i Ul46
3:00 p m
JUMUVAH'S VYITNLS8LS
M.iliu. Thuriidavf at 7 .30 p.m. ano
Sunday al 4:00 pm Win Memorial
oa Haibva noaa paiooa
CHURCH OP, JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTUR OAi SAINTS (Morman)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Prieithood Meeting Sunday 1:10 am
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a,m
Saoramam Meeting, Sunday 1:00 P.m
Relief Society, Tuendav '00 a.m.
MIA Wadnandav 7:80 p.m
Primary; Thurndav 4:00 p.m.
Telaphona Raihoa 48?7 -Atlantic
Branch
Building 800, Schnolhount Road. Oalun
Sunday School, Sunday .1:10 a m
Sacrament Meeting! Sunday 11:00 am.
CURUNDU PRrrTr-STANT CHUHCH
"A Wsrm HeRrtsd Ohiiroh"
Milton K Laldtg.. Minltw
Phona Re. 13-1111 ..Of
Sunday School ,,, ... 1:30 am
I A elaaa for every age) ,,..
Morning Wonhlp ......... I
Youth Feiiowthip aw; Pm
Eevaning Womhln 7;00pm
pfaySr and Pralaa (Wad ) 1:00 p m
A church nuraey in provided.
OUI CAfHOUt CHURCH
Rephaei -JM ;AnaTa v :
ink At Waal No
maW Kimharlst Sunday a' :v am
Tiiaadan Wednesday and rh
hiirsdev'
am
. Saaramenl
aif tinetion
IHeaiint aai
yic. First Sunday
7 0 p,m
01 eaw.
Mount HaUbei Chrlatlar Chnrak
Panama R. P
HI Rs T '" 0 y
. Ofinan
Morning devotion
Fellowship Worship
Sunday School r,
liOO ajn
11:00 a.m
3:00 p.m
THE CHRISTADELPHIAS
r-snama District
Hall. Rainbow City
c ahnni am
Morning Service lu a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
j' .i 7 so p m
' 7:10 o m
",T BKK.m. at all services
and classes.
RAHAI'S CRNTER
a4 First Street ..
Urbanliaclon El Carmen, Panama
iniormai taw nv iTm,
rhursdays.'.-, ,.. .s .fg. --Colon,
Colon, --Colon, Ilk Front Street
i.ui.Ih amartran Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays, 10 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCB
Espalaba St., Paraiao, C-Z..
Rav Wildab. H Pajtor
Sunday: U:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p m. SundeV. School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 1:30 Young People's Spc ety
Widnesdayi 1:30 Mid-week Christie"
Fellowship. ....
Thursday a:uu 1,1101. nci...
Frldayi 1:10 Women'a Missionary So-
claty.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
11th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William 1. Johnaon Pastor
B.mriav Sohrtnl 1:30 am.
Morning Worship 10:30 a m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St.. Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 1:10 p. m
THE CHURCH OF OOD
New Providence
Mr M Ulnai Pastor
Sunday School jo oo a m
Morning Worship ":00 a m
Sunday Night Service .... 1:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOO
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow CHy
v William Livlncsten. Pastor
Sunday School 1:30 a m
Morning Worship,. ,. J0:30 m
Sunday Night Service .... 1 :30 p.m
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Height, CZ.
(near Diablo achool)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Boa 31, Diablo Height C Z.
Phones: Home. Oamho 217
Church 'kalbaa 7f
Sunday School 100 a.m.
Worship -Service 11 :00 a.m
outh Service 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Sarvlea 7:30 pm
Wednesday i Bible Study
and Prayer Service i30p.m.
Lutheran

RPPEKMRR tUTHf.RAN CHURCH -Belkoa
Road at WifM Steael
Rev. Robert P, Gusslck, Patter
P.O.". Box Mi. Balboa.
Sunday School, Rlble Clss a.m.
Divine Service 10:11 am.
Haly Communion, first Sunday af the
month.
, Atlantic Side
' Caeo Solo Chapel
Mr, Frederick S. Illicit. Vicar
Divine Rarvlce 11 a.m.
Holv Communion, last Sunday of the

month. ,'-.,, ':

Jewish

jrwun tValtara Soara Sid JM-X Ua
O'i Roail Salboa. C RfPBI Nathan
Kitkli. iiii actor.
Serv a rr day I JO bjb katurnay
t am v
i Sao kO uatlnaa ol jowlih earvica
upf'ar nau Raaaa and Station t
kanjtaaMiion Kol Shaarlth taraai Ave
ilea C.iha and 11th Street Bella Vlata
Pnaml City Servleaa 1:00 p.m
Christian Scientist
irat Ckurcb at Chrlat, Scienlun. Ancor
. NO Ana an Roulevard
Hun day 11,00, wadnaada i:pi j
4undav School a.m
iri inarch vi CAnai, Mianuau Ctiatotxi
uw ptraai aiouvai iana
4un.. vnnoi atati tm
Sunday UiM tm.. Wadnaaday 1:00 p m
Posts and Bases
PACklC SIDfc
Prcteatanl
HOHT AMADOR
Sunday School Oi
Moinina vv omnia
Church. time Nuraary School,., 10:00
ORT CLAYTON
Sunday School
(Ruildini No.
lite I
Morning Worahip
:00
10:30
Thursday Evanini
Mid-Week
service
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
CORT K.OBBI
Sunday School
Morning Worihip
Evening Worship
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worahip Service. Rio Halo
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship Thura, ,,
Qttlcer'n Christian Unlon-Ihura.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship ...... 1:30 4V
Youth Fellowship .,
US. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School
Morning Worship
:00
V:00
io.au
7:00
7:00
S IS
1:00
7:00
OO
:3I'
0.30
10:4i
1:3(1
11:31
11.00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) ...
19th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning worsnip i -'t"
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month i.
Naval Radit, Station, Summit...
1:00
1:00
Catholic
HURT AMADOR
Daily Mass ,,,
Sunday Maasaa 1:00
Confexslona, Saturday ,. :3U
Sunday ., 1:00
:30
1:30
; ,:io
1:35
.lUH'l CLAYTON
Dally Mass
Sunday Mastee 7:43
Confessions Saturday .. 1:30
i4
y.un
1:00
ORT KOHBK
Dally Mas
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses 1:00
:
:0U
11:46
Monday Novena Devollons
ConfasslonsSaturdsy 1 :00
7:30
7:30
;oROZAL
Sunday aaaa
hlrhuuh air roRCS bass
Dally Mass
un,....u Unmm
10:30
1:00
7:00
Sav'Ms V. 7, 7:41 IJ'OUI
" tilT &vU.Tueida'y' 7;
Coniaaaiona'SattU'day
7i
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Maaa
Jewish
0:30
FORT KOSRE
Saturday
.':0i
U80-JWR, Balboa
Friday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday , i
USU-JWB I Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC S1DS
Preteslanl
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Mornlna Worship
Prayer Fellowship "log i3
Tuesday -.
KYBB -Wednesday-Post hapei
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel
7:30
4:00
9:00
10:30
J.'X)
8:30
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wednesday
Ij.rlies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs.
9:30
10:46
6.30
7:30
1:30
y.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday ocnooi
Morning Worship
11:00
Holy Communion
First Sunday
of Mocthi
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
7:00
1:30
6:00
8:45
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
FORT GULIC'K
Sunday Masses a.w u
Bally v Mass
Saturday Mass "j
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00 and
9:30
4:30
11:30
1:30
y.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Pally Mass ,
Saturday Mass .......
Sunday Mass
4:00
1:30
9 Mi
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass
11:30
Jewish
FORT GUL1CK
luesday
1ll&
Greek Orthodos
Greek Orthodox services are conduct'
ed al the Church of the Anunciatlon,

Via Bellrario rorra.1, osn srncicg o
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P., and at
the Chureh of St, Anthony. Avenldn

Melendez, Colon, R.P., on alternate bun bun-call
call bun-call the Office of the Army Chaplain
sa.311.

davs at 8:30. For further Information.

Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all ehurchea
pa follows:
8ATUHDAY I
Sabbath School 30 a m.
Divine Servlee 11:00 a.m.
youth's Meeting 4:10 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study
1:30 p.m.
and Prayer

Service

Pacific Side Panama
, Pastor W U. Waller Tel 2S-3-3a0t

Capo Verde, Ave J, F de la Osea
No. 11 Chorrillo Mth No 17 Pue.
bio Nueve 1A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Rio Absle Uth No. 17 Gasnboa

and rriJoiee.
rastor O. O. William-Tel. 1IS0
aatr 'A. A Griule Tel. 1-101

Spanish Charshe Pacific Side Panama

..- Kaainr r nrrtaarin wuuua
Panama, Calle Darlln No. I
Pedregal A Nuevo OuararA
Atlaatle Bide
A. Jeffrles-Tl. 3HJ6L
Pastor
G.
ColAn
Cristobal Engliih-llth e Bolivar

Ave

ristobal Spanish-lath A Bnllvar
, i i ',. rf'anlral Tlfflpe:
Central Office
0F44 GaviUn RaadTeL 2-1831 4 I

REDEEMER LUTHERAN

Rally Day tar Sunday School
Balboa Atlantic Sid Services
At Cat Salt .'
Rally Day for the Sunday hcnooi
at Redeemer. Lutheran Church in
Balboa ha ibaen announced for to
morrow, bs nning at a a.m.
Claiiei will be promoted and ar-
eaniied for the year ahead, &acn
child will receive from the pastor,
the Rev. Robert F. UusncK, i cer-
tlficite of promotion
in tne primary aepanmeni
nursery clan Jus bai been added.
apart from the Kindergarten which i
hai functioned in the past. Cours-1
es of study with g bound book fori
each child are traded Htcordina
to age level. Through the eight
Shades Bible stories from both the
Old and New Testament" are cov
ered, as well as ehureh history
and studies on the practical ap application
plication application of Christian truth.
New children will be enrolled
Ihjg Sundav hv the superintendent.
Mf. Pnnolrl Date.
On the Atlantic aide a change in
the plare of 'vorshin hn been an announced
nounced announced bv Frederick S. Illick, vi-car-ln-fharoe.
Fofmrlv at Our
Saviour's Episcopal chapel in New
Cristobal, Lutheran services will
nnw he celebrated every Sunday
at Coco Solo onanol at 11 a,m, Vi Visitors
sitors Visitors are always welcomed.
ISTHMIAN BAPTIST
Cristobal
Consecretation of leaden and
church workers at the rooi'Pintr
aervipej.tha recention of new mem mem-hrT"
hrT" mem-hrT" at the niffht gp-vlcp. and the
Ordinance Qf the Lord's Simper
sre the ch'pf enf"rp -.t th Tifs'
Isthmian Baptist Church, Cristobal
on Sunday.
Suitable arraneements nave
beeen made to tp'''' carp of n...
usual larse crowd that will wit witness
ness witness th gpryipp at ni"1!! whcn f'P
"right hand of fellowship" will he
extended tn a number o' liolicvpr'
who rprently followeri their LorH
pnd Savio"" thrn'''', 'he iH-tors r
baptism. This service will becln
at 7 n.m.
Following are the services list
eri tn take place:
9:45 a.m. Sunday School for all
aces, with Mrs. Doris r)nbinon
suneriniondent for 'he new church
year, U a.m.. Divine. Worshin;
at this service, new leaders and
new workers for "ip Sundav
Schnnl, Trs'ninR Un'on. Woman's
Missionan' Union and Men's Broth
er'ond, will be e' apart.
5 P.m., Men's Rrnhnrhood with
Brother Alexander Reld as pres-
irlnnt At fi 1 m. C?rl C Din1'. t";l1
fake over the leadership ot dc
Trainins Union. He wll be instal
led) in office tiy 'the nuteotna tirrec-
fnrjtiiHi Mavis Cathew'ood, ,.1
n.m. p.verunif wornnip .Hiju ic"K'
ii.J r in'k,w,ho, i ''"THn netrti
tinri'nf neW friembeS.,'The nietpr"
will deHveV a sermon on "Yield
not to Temwat'oti." 'Hs top''1 for
the morning service will be "Your
Body, the Temple of the Holy Spir Spirit."
it." Spirit." St,
PETER'S
La Boca
Besides making their monthly
Army Announces
Changes In Staff
Assignments Here
Majorschangeg in staff assign assignments
ments assignments to Headquarters, United
States Army Caribbean, today
were revealed when announce announcement
ment announcement was made that effective
next Wednesday, Oct. 8, Bt'lu.
Gen. Milton L. Osden, present
deputy commanding general
and chief of staff, would re relinquish
linquish relinquish his duties as Chief of
Staff and assume the sole duty
of Deputy Commanding Gener General.
al. General.
The announcement said that
Col: John R. Wright, Jr., the
rjresent Assistant Chief of Staff,
G-2, U8ARCARIB, will assume
the reestablished position ol
Chief of Staff, tfgARCARIB.
Col. Alphonse A: Oreene, the
wesent CWef of Mllltarv Mh-
"iong, will ocoupy th G-2 posi position
tion position vacated by Wright.

I
I

BIRDS EYEquick-frOzcn foods are farm farm-fresh
fresh farm-fresh and llavorsome. Crown exclusively
i for Birds Eye, thcic ready-to-serve
quick-frozen Birds Eye 'foods arc care carefully
fully carefully selected, cleaned and packed to
meet top-gradc U. S, Food Standards.

Stock The Best;
Ave
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corporate communion, the Worn- charUt will be celebrated with sp
an's Auxiliary of St. P e t e r'sjeial intentions for the geneTal con con-in
in con-in Church in La Boca will meet af- vention of the Episcopal Church,
jter the choral Eucharist tomor- which is convening at Miami

i row .morning, .

At this meeting, plans towards ; The Rev. John Spear, priest' in
the observance of the forthcomina I charge, will officiate at the celeb celeb-anniversary
anniversary celeb-anniversary of the auxiliary will ration and deliver the sermon. He
be discussed. j will also hold the weekly commu
nion service at Pedro Miguel 9:30
Starting at 10:3ft 'a.m. the Eu- next Friday morning.

Fur the Best
in new ami entertuimueiit
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

BafSSjmmVaalBBarJRRRJl

stse

HOUR: 5:00 a.m. 12:00 m.

-Calle 18 Ete
y Calle 3 de
Calle 19 Este
y Calle 3 de

-Calle 20 Este Bis entre Calle 12 de Octubre
y Calle 3 de Noviembre.
.Calle 21 Ette Bis entre Calle 12 de Octubre
y Calle 3 de Noviembre.
Calle 2 de Enero entre Calle 24 Este y Calle
.26 Este.
Calle 15 de Febrero entre Calle 12 de Octubre
y Calle 26 Este.
Calle 25 entre Avenida Peru y Balboa.
Calle 26 entre Avenida Perii y Balboa.
Calle 27 entre Avenida Perti y Balboa.
Calle 28 ntre Avenidaf pef h y Balboa.
Bu.4jiMr(u)Si .'

-'SAVenlda Cuba
-Avenida Justo
Calle 28.,

HOUR; 6:00 a.m.-ll:00 a.m.
Calks B -ntre Calle 25 Oeste y limite con
la Zona.
Avenida A desde Calle 25 Oeste v Limite de
la Zona.
' Avehlda 4 de Julio entre CalJe Calle B y Je Je-ronimo
ronimo Je-ronimo de la Osga.
-Calle 25 Oeste entre Calle B y Avenida A.
Calle 2 Oeste elitre Calle 3 y Avenida A.

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FISH Ve6 POULTRY

VEGETABLES FRUITS

Gof some) today

Beaen, ria today tirougn .uct,

Dear Friends:
As I am continuing to make
improvements in my service to
you, I'll have to suspend the
electrical services in the fol following
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Opposes Big Bob Rush
In Righthanders' Battle
By LEO H. PETERSEN
NEW YORK, Oct. 4 (UPI) Don Larsen, who
achieved the miracle of a World Series perfect game,
carried the New York Yankees' hopes for a miracle
comeback today against a Milwaukee Brave power powerhouse
house powerhouse eager to wrap up the 1958 Series in four

straight games.
Down two games to none, the
''"etabattled ankees faced 32-year-old
Bob Rush in the friend friendly
ly friendly surroundings of Yankee Sta Sta-glum
glum Sta-glum the house that Ruth built
" taid the symbol of the world fa fa-'"'mous
'"'mous fa-'"'mous baseball dynasty the
, Braves seek to destroy.
The odds-makers still rated
the Braves an 11-5 favorite to
vtn t.h series but for this eame

,. they were laying 3-2 odds that
the man who pitched tne per per-'
' per-' lect game would stop the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee steamroller.
" The weatherman warned of
possible rain that would force a
postponement and give the be beleaguered
leaguered beleaguered Casey Stengel a
" chance to reorganize his pitch pitching
ing pitching staff. Charles Segar, secretary-treasurer
of baseball who
b acting for ailing commission commissioner
er commissioner Ford Frick, has sole authority
to order a postponement, in the
. event of rain.
Stengel's lineup was uncer uncertain,
tain, uncertain, pending the physical
condition of left fielder-catcher
Elston Howard, who receiv received
ed received a knee injury in Thursday's
second game in Milwaukee,
but Braves manager Fred Ha Ha-ney
ney Ha-ney was certain to go with his
left-handed hitting array
which has Bill Bruton in cen center
ter center field and Frank Torre at
first base. This is the lineup
which routed 21-game .winner
Bob Turley in the first inning
and went on to crush the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, 13-5, in the second game
of the Series.

BOB RUSH
As the scene shifted to New
STork for today's third game,
with a capacity crowd of 69,000
anticipated in spacious Yankee
Stadium, the Braves were riding
high. Only twice in World Se-
,,ries history has a team won the
first two games and then failed
". to cop the championship that
happened to the Yankees a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst the Dodgers in 1955 and

Jto the Dodgers in 1956 against
tne Yankees.
The Yankees, naturally, were
reminding each other of 1956
and saying that it could and
will happen again.
But Stengel's men also know
that should they lose today, hls hls-jtpry
jtpry hls-jtpry will be completely against
: -them no team ever has lost the
..first three games and then come
""'"tack to win the Series.
Stengel himself appeared
pleased by the selection of the
' fast-balling Rush as today's
. Braves' starter, croaking "that
, ; could change a few things a a-round
round a-round here."
In naming Rush, Haney by by-.
. by-. passed two younger hurlers
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rookie Carleton Willey and lefty
Juan Pizarro because of their
inexperience. Rush, a husky
righthander, had a 10-6 record
this season and a 3.43 earned
run average but is supposed to
be fairly easy to steal bases a-gainst.

DON LARSEN
"Experience means a lot," said
Haney in explaining his choice.
"While Rush never pitched in
the Series, he does have 11 years
of major league ball behind him.
Then, too, he keeps the ball low
while Willey has a tendency to toward
ward toward high pitches."
Larsen, who stands six-four
but still is an inch shorter
than Rush, never has recap recaptured
tured recaptured the glory that was his
on Oct. 8, 1956 when he
pitched his perfect game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Dodgers in the fifth
game of that Series.
The big Yankee had a 9-6 rec rec-cord
cord rec-cord this season, was bothered
by a sore elbow for much of the
year, but made a remarkable
comeback In his last two appear appearances
ances appearances when he held the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles to a total of two
hits in 11 innings. In an effort
to relieve the strain on his el elbow,
bow, elbow, Larsen has gone back to
occasional wind-uns instead of
the complete no-windup style he'
used In the perfect game.
Stengel made no secret of his
disgust with the Yankees' play
in the two games at Milwaukee.
"Our fielding has been ordin
ary, we haven't done much to
show that our pitchers can
Ditch, and outside of (Gil) Mc-
nouga'd. (Mickey) Mantle, and
(Hank) Bauer, our hitters don't
look like they can do anything
with a bat," he said.
"There's something radically
wrong with us some mace." the
Yankee skipoer summed it up
"We've got to figure out what
it Is."
Or Case hasn't pot much time
left to figure it out.
Athletics Swap
Chicn Carrocnuel
For Dicc Williams
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)-The
Athletics swanped shortstop Chico
Carrasquel Thursday for Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore u'i'.itv man Dick Williams in
a straight player deal.
Williams averaged .283 this past
season and is an outfielder who
also plays ell three bases.-Car-rasquel,
once ou'standine for the
Chicago White Sox, batted only
.234 for Kansas City this year.

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World Series
Facts, Figures
NEW YORK, Oct. 4 (UPD
Facts and figures on "the 1958
World Series:
ODDonents Milwaukee
Braves, National Leaguecham Leaguecham-plons,
plons, Leaguecham-plons, vs. New York Yankees,
American League champions.
Winner First team to win
four games.
Results to date 1st game:
Milwaukee 4. New York 3 (10 in
nings); 2nd game: Milwaukee
13, New York 5.
Remaining eames and sites
3rd, 4th and 5th (if necessary)
games at Yankee Stadium, Oct.
4, 5, 6; 6th and 7tn (li neces necessary),
sary), necessary), County Stadium, Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, Oct. 8, 9.
Starting times New York
games start at noon (Panama
time), except Oct. 5 game, which
starts at 1 pjaa. (Panama time);
Milwaukee games start at 2 pjn.
(Panama time).
Series favorites Milwaukee,
11-5.
Third game favorite New
York, 3-2.
Third game pitchers New
York, Don Larsen (9-6); Mil
waukee, Bob Rush (10-6).
Rival managers New York,
Casey Stengel; Milwaukee, Fred
Haney.
Umpires Al Barlick, Tom
Gorman and Bill Jackowski, Na National
tional National League; Charlev Berry,
John Flaherty and Frank U U-mont,
mont, U-mont, American League.
Radio and television Via
N.B.C. Radio-TV Networks (TV
announcers: Mel Allen and Curt
Gowdy; radio announcers, Earl
Gillespie and Bob Wolff).
Financial figures for first two
games: Attendance, 92,734; net
receipts, $554,527.20; players'
share, $282,808.88; commission commissioner's
er's commissioner's share, $83,179.08; clubs and
leagues' share, $47,134.80.
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) Navy
coach Eridir Erdelatz breathed a
bit easier today on learning vet
eran tackle Bob Reifsnyder may
return to action this month.
"To me that's great news," Er Erdelatz
delatz Erdelatz said when informed by Dr.
George Berne't that a support
could be fashioned for Reifsny Reifsny-der's
der's Reifsny-der's injured achilles tendon.
Bennett, a specialist who has
trea'ed many notables in the field
of s'xrt.-, reassured Erdelatz
Thursday that Reifsnyder, the
1957 Maxwell Trophy winner,
could posih'y return in time for
the game with Penn Oct. 25.
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handling and signal calling is not among the Nittany Lions' problems, if any. They're strong

Braves Strongest N.L Team
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breaking record-breaking catch of 15 in two days off Puerto Rico. They were
hooked in International Game Fish Tournament competition.

Sports Briefs
BEES SHOW PROFIT
SALf LAKE CITY (UPI) The
Salt Lak2 City Bees baseball club
has reported a profi: of $15,000 in
its first year ir the Pacific Coast
League.
TWO TO 'STARS
NEW YORK (UPD Backcourt
aces Vern Hatlon of Kentucky and
Tommy Ktiarnp of North Carolina
have been chosen to play for he
College All-Stars against the New
York Knickerbockers at Madison
Square Garden, Oct. 19.
CANADIENS GET CUSHENAN
MONTREAL (UPD The Mont Montreal
real Montreal Canadiens have purchased de de-fenseman
fenseman de-fenseman lan Cushenan from the
Chicago Black Hawks in a straight
cash dea' tu replace injured rook rookie
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Yankees Confident
Despite Losing 1st
Two Series Games

NEW YORK, Oct. 4 (UPD
For a team with its neck in the
noose, the Yankees' say hang the
odds.
The odds-makers have made
the Braves 11 to 5 favorites to
win the World Series, but you'd
never guess it Ifrom the casual
and' almost confident air of the
Yanks.
There's no panic, no pessimism
and certainly no talk about the
Dosslbillty of bowing to the
Braves four in a row.
But you are two games down,
some realJst reminded Enos
(Country) Slaughter.
"Who's down?" shot back the
veteran 49-year old outfielder.
"No one's the least bit down a a-rouril
rouril a-rouril here. We all figure all we
have to do is win four out of the
next five. That isn't the tough toughest
est toughest thine in the world.
"Remember the 195 Series
with- Brooklvn?" he asked. "I
remember it, dor?one well. They
beat" us. 6-3 in the first game
and 13-8 in the second one.v Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone thoueht we were all
through. Put then we came bpek
to olr own nrk like we're do doing
ing doing now took three in p row
from them and won the Series
in their own back -yard."
Don Larsen, who coes for the
Vonks todav. ln't the silhtest
hit fae about- the uphill bat battle
tle battle which faces the club.
"Like Slaughter says e've
com from behind before-i-a lot
of times." said the big right righthander.
hander. righthander. "If we can win-tod" v. I
think we'll go on to win three
straight."
Larsen, never one to blow his
own horn very muchsay he'
confident about the outcome of
today'! game, y w";-''
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BRAVES STRONGEST SPORTS
tUliuRi, NOTE) Johnny
Logan, vanked ou. for pinch
hiMr in the ninth inning of
WanCM!y'f game, blasted a
tiri-mnirg Singit Thursday
that provec tne "heart" of a
si ven run ra.. ai.u a la $
vie ory tor Milwaukee. He
tells ct hh impressions about
the gamt in the following dis dispatch).
patch). dispatch).

By JOHNN LOGAN
Mil WAUKhE (IJPI) They
jerKea me out ot" there for a
pinch niuer Wednesday, but I
guess'l won my ietter yes'erday.
1 iuvc was disappointed when I
got ;ne .igi.al trom the bench to
come ijad m ana han up ny
bat duvinp the ninh inning of the
opener.
Bu what could I do? I'm a
"yes .an ;. by najure. X any anything
thing anything ih-manager tells ome. Es. Es.-pecially:'iii'
pecially:'iii' Es.-pecially:'iii' the? World Series it
u .udoiup 'osLe, j. real really
ly really feit t redeemed myself wheti I
ripped that s ngle and it was
a real long single off Duke
Maas, ii. 'he tirsi inning. It scored
Hlnk Aaron and Wes Coving on
and nuve! Del Crandall from
first t third.
I -loulun't help but feel a little
chipp:.
"Congratulations, Logan-," I said
to myself. "Nice to welcome you
back on board again."
After (hat firs' inning, the
Yankees seemed depressed to me.
Oh, I don't say they're dead yet
by any mo.ir.?. But at least they
must be getting the idea that our
vtnr" '-r them last year was.
no accident
I've been trying to tell everyone
that npan from Being a pennant pennant-winner,
winner, pennant-winner, we're one of 'he strong strongest
est strongest ch bs to represent the Nation National
al National League in a long time. But
you'll alway run into some know-U-MI
wh; keens veiling we don't
belong in the same class with the
Yankees
We're nor cocky and we're no'
iindercstiriatinp he Yenks. I
know and o do the re" of ihe
fellow, that the sight of ""snkoe
Stadium will be a tonic for the
Ys"ks.
Bear one 'nine 'n mind, though.
Th"s where we beat 'em last
year.
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rorher T)u-rorher 'ls mm eve" to frin'onr
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CoWns. fnresjiw tVi trnm nojil nojil-ViilUv
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Orv" lioranco lkv "act 1'ke
tiiev can do no wrong."
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row tl 'V- VV.r'M SJaoS.
"This Milwaukee club Is loaded
with confidence," Durocher ad.
"They fee! they can beat unvnne
In the wnrld and the wav they're
goin?, who can stop 'em?
"Renrernhflr when the 1054
Can's rot hot ell at once? Te
same thing i? hannening now W'tji
MilwHul.ee. The Braves are mak making
ing making the double nlav well.
like .Toihnv Logan, who hadn't hit
too well all yearj suddenlv is bust bust-Ine
Ine bust-Ine mi wih Wtfvbase hits. . k
'Bill Brulon Is hot as a pistol."
Prior to.thf start of fhe Series.
Durocher p'eked the Braves to
win. But he never guessed they
would have a chance to make it a
sweep. ...
't"Maybe theyVe not ; t a 1 k 1 n g
about four in a rowbu' you can
bet they're starting to think about
it," he said.

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Over Redskins Tonight

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point choices to defeat the Colts,
at Baltimore and the'. Washington
Redskins are favored over the
Cardinals by the same margin at
Chicago in Saturday night's na national
tional national Football League action. V
i ln Sunday's games the Clever
land Browns are favored over: the
Steelers by seven at Pittsburgh,
the New York Giants by 2V4 over
the Eagles at Philadelphia, r the
Detroit Lions by three over the
Los Angeles Rams at San Fran
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The Colts drew a record open
ing day throng of 48,377 Jor their
28-15 triumph over the champion
Detroit Lions last Sunday and ex
pect another big crpwd for'tlreir
clash with the Bears. The Bears,
who swept their six pre season
warmup games,, opened with a 34 34-20
20 34-20 victory over the Packers..
' Battle of Backs
Johnny Unitas, Baltimore quar
terback who. led the league in
touchdown passes in 1957 with 24,
threw two against the Lions with
Rav Berrv his ton '-tareet. The
Baltimore game Will match .two of
tne league s tmest oitensive decks
in Willie Galimore of the Bears
and Lenny Moore of the Colts.
Both are fast, excellent ball car carriers
riers carriers and receivers.
Eddie Lebaron, Washington's lit little
tle little quarterback, and Dick James,
a lad who can handle halfback
chores on offense or d e f e n s e,
sparked the Redskins to a 24-14
victory over the Eagles in their
opener last Sunday, The Redskins
tackle a Cardinal team which took
a 37-7 whipping from the Giants
la.t Sunday.
; If the weather is good, the Steel Steelers
ers Steelers expect about 40,000 fans to
help them open their home cam-
naign in their new home, Pitt Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Coach Paul Brown has
warned his Browns, who scored 16
points in the final neriod last Sun Sunday
day Sunday to edge the Rams, 30-27, to
expect another "wing ding" a'
Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh "''lost a 20-7
lead and bowed to San Francisco,
23-20, in its opener.
Steelers Stout Defense
RoW aeVelartd IbaiCoach iBud iBud-dy
dy iBud-dy Parker's Pittsburgh club have
stout defensive units. :sThe Br0wn?
allowed 172 points during the regu regular
lar regular 1957 season and the Steelers

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were second in fewest points per-'
mittej with 178. i
, The Rams resume "their red-hot
California rivalry with the Forty.
Niners after bowing to the Browns
ten Lou Groza's field goal with lest
than .30 seconds to play. T h e
Forty-Niners had to work hard to
edge the Steelers, winning on Gor Gor-die
die Gor-die Soultau's -field goal in the final
three minutes.
- Petroit, .defending league "and
Western Division champion, faces
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The Giants won handily against
the Cardinals at Buffalo N. Y..
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the passmgj gained 207 yards
throgh the air "against New York.
The Giants figure -Norm Van
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enced experienced oasserj. will, give their sec secondary
ondary secondary a more rugged workout
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Golfing r Doctor Asks
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From 2 Policemen
DETROIT (UPDTen strokes
or more added to a man's golf
score is worth $25,000 damages in
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man, Pear-man, of Detroit.
Pearroan, 57, a psychiatrist, li
suing two Detroit policemen for
false arrest and Imprisonment on
a 115 drunk charge. He: tsified
in Circuit Court Thursday that be-'
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7 over pa at the Grosse He
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jn Vi( hih P0' (f lOW Ws.
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As It Did Buckeye S ophs Of Past

By KAY I KISSLER j
COLUMBUS, 0. (NEA) Ohio
State is ranked as the team to
lop for college football honorst his
season. , ;'
a major, reason is bespectacled,
red-headed Bob White, who was
v almost too good to believe as a
. iophompre last year, '
White came along toward the
i end of last season and carried the
Buckeyes to another Big Ten ti ti-Jle,
Jle, ti-Jle, the Jtose Bowl victory and
contention that Ohio Statewas, fhe

nation' number, one team,. ,, y
T The 6-2 215-pound bundle of bad
flews who plays center and full-
" utMh siich- 8taggeiir1m.,
t pact that it immediately stirred
a few skeletons In Ohio State's
closets
Would success take the same

toll from White that it had from

Inch r 'previous" Btfciceye sopno.
more' phenomena as Vic Jano Jano-wlrr.
wlrr. Jano-wlrr. and Hubert Bobo? Or would

White simply keep his balance
; and co on to greater sights in

the Howard Cassady manner?

It is,' tee many ceaehtt have
found in the past, awfully easy

to ruin youn? college Kias Dai-
lance with a flood of newspaper
lieadlines and back-slapping. And
' White came to Columbus with a

bundle of press clippings irom
his Covington, Ky., diggings.
; Brint'this up and' Woody Hayes

and everybody else connected
iwith Ohio State points to the sCv sCv-fith
fith sCv-fith srame of last season a show

down battle witn ruettea iowa ior

the Big Ten title, wnite was pm
in as offensive fullback full-time
for this one! It was his first real
offensive shot of the Vear.

Trailing lows 13-1" ine

fourth quarter, the Buckeyes took
th hall on' their v32.5 Oft seven of

ihe pext eight .plays, White sha sh shied.
ied. shied. sniasheJ and destroyed Iowa's
rdefense' a lie gained 66 of the 68
w.rd fhr Ihfc 'wlnnine touchdown.

Tt was a shockinr exhibition of

ot amr l "a ourr neaueu

nhl( wi telline neoole in the

Heressins room: 'Heck you know

I wasnt touched once at the line
of scrimmage. With the blocking

w had it wase asv.

m 1U carries aeainst Iowa,

Michigan end Oregon; the latter
in the Rose Bowl White ground

.imt 645 tarda, an average of 5.6

yards per crack. He Became

near-legend in theNfootball

scioua Midwest. ;
White is an honor student" and
straight-thinker, but Coach Hayes
at first was worried about him.
He was being tabbied as a sure
Al America; so Woody calmly
put Mike Ingram, a freshman
coming up, as first, string fullback
during spring-, practice. Ingram,
Haves kent saying all spring,

could do everything. In the intra-

squad game he had Ingram on the
first, team, '.White on the second.

Ingram- promptly flunkad eut of

con-

By HARRY GRAYSON

MILWAUKEE -(NEA Frank

Scott goes to the World Series
like everybody else waiting x for

the bic sweep of the bat or well

Ditched came means ? more l to

Scott, the ballplayers' agent, than

anvoneJburtne athlete involved

Scott., you 'see. nat lour time as

many established major' ; league

ballplayers under contract than

nv ciUDHZ. lnciuauiK u lue

ur exceDtTed Williams -.-andl

Stan Musial. The one-time student

miinaiier of the Pittsburgh- iooi

ball squad has more influence on
hie leaeue Dlayers than ailybody

else. The reason is plain. His gets

then ttionev for versonal "ppear

antes, endorsements and wnamoi

and no one evet squawked too

Inndlv about that'

. Srntt ttends. tne world .aeries

as a neutral, rooting for the indi

vidual, hot the team. What he

wants is a eiamour ooy. a nero

Ml whn sticks out to such an ex

tpnt that he can oedled, through-

nut thi country and L n a o a.

Brave or Yankee, it makes no qu-

"What Ii could nave done wun

p.oner Martin after he swiped

everything but Mickey Cochrane'
glove in 19SU" he sighs. "Or a

euv like Wizy oean aiier ne

climaxed his tremendous show in

Detroit a mil"

SCOTT. A HANDSOME tittle

Srotuman of around 40. sits, in his

Hiusdale, in.j., nome at nigm wun
an eye on the television screen

a basebau game on it, w course
and a telephone handy. He roots
for, anybody and everybody.. The

first feat of derring-do prompts

him to dial a TV nroducer a num

ber. He practically threw a fit
when Hoyt Wilhelm wheeled in

with his no-hit. no-run production

"Say." Scotty wiU say to we

nroducer. "Whitey Ford has a one

hitter Eoing. This will be his up

teenth victory, you know. Has the

best winning percentage of any

active pitcher, etc. And ne can ao
a better square dance than Red

Foley. You tan naye n i m ior

$1,500 on Saturday nigmv

A 14-karat celebrity emerging

from the World Series can earn

425.000 more in a moth. An aver

school and Hayes opened Jail age name throwing his weight

troinirto niith nn hnilt-in whin for around in the Series hops in ap

. . I m. ... Ann. A. Jti-nA

white Dearance tee irom w w uu

Sure. I was going to use Bob Where ne. was collecting w ior

all the time," Woody said. But approving a T.-snirt, or sometning.

he had it made just because he the price goes up to ji,ow,
ii tho star lact vesr. Actually. in

T Hirfn't hav- to." SCOTT, WHO WENT TO $32,000

wun jeuoy waaier on me m,wu

Afior thn nuad shaned un for Challenge, can't afford to be

the season, Woody Hayes summed superstitious. So, while Don Lar-

ud Bob White witho ne line. sen was weaving me omy peneci

V, Hnn't an vrrhne with red- World Series nerformance

heads," he muhed, years ago, Scotty was on the long

Howard cassaoy. you se,, was instance ..pnune. i ,iuncp omu-
. I.'.. 1 AUm j4AwiLAtTAi4 nn.

a rednead, too. uun imnwi uh- iuvmuj-i .wis

"t"M on uie racmc vcrsi. iuu. u-

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Mickey Mantle, left, and Eddie Mathews

Oscar Fraley's Foliies
Weekend Grid Winners

By, OSCAR FRALEY (Texas ; Sta'e. MonUnaf ovejrVSew
. 'Mexico Utah over Idaho and Wy-
MILVt AUKEE (UP1) Fraley's omin ovir Denver.
Follies and the weekend football The South
"winni-" along with a few re- Illinois aver Duke The Yanks
flections on the World Series: still hnx Buidet e uses a saliva
Game Of The Wek jspt-eibn)
Michigan Stale over Michigan Mijs ssippi State over Tennessee
This is one of those backyard Milwaukee fans don't think the

) brawls which can go two days Yanks have a prayer.
I from the jack but the odds'book- Georgia lech over Tulane r- I

makers are., quoting look a bit loo got- ro :hink different,
much irom here. v Auburn over Chat anooga, North
The Est Carolin State over Virginia,
Armv ovtr Penn State Like Georeia ever Snuih Carolina

Ryne Duren's fast ball. VPI over William and Mary:
Princctos over Columbia Gene Clemsop over Maryland, Vander-Conley's-flannels
remind me of bilt oer A'ibama, Wake Forest

the sack dress; over F'oric State and LSU ver
Syracuse over Holy Cross Close Hardin Simmons.
as 'he bran balls you'll see. Th Southwest '""'C
Also: Btowrt over Yale Cornell Oklahoma over OregonTheje's
over Harvard, Dartmouth over more talk here about fishine and

IPenn, Navy rve" 'Boston U., Bos- huntin? han basebalf.

ton College over ViUanova, ttut- Notre Dsme over SMH 'The
gers ove- ( olgate. plaver enersllv prefc fishing.
The Midwest i Purdue over Rice But most
Ohio State over Washing'on of hem mt want tn "lnof"!'

' Spahn says publicly he didn't call Also: Miami over Baylor! Mis-

Stengel "a 'Clown.' i souri over Texas Aggies., Miesls-
Pitt over Minneso'a It was siDDi ovpr Trinity. Texas over

'off the record" talk. tti th tptt n.r irti,ui

Indiana over West Virginia He Tulsa ove--- ri,on. and Oklahoma'

didn't : wanr r to hu4 Emmett iState over Wichita.
Kelly feelings: I ?'

Another Boxing Program
At Ft. Kobbe Next Friday

Th Pros

ii r : J

Also iowa uver Air rune, .. ,..
Northwesrn over Stanford, rJvSSu
. r,,'t fj.Kracka Card- Browns over Seeler:.Li-

over low? State, Colorado over

' TOURIST ANGLERS
REVERSE, CALENDAR
By AL MeCLANE
Fishina Editor
TT won't be lone before the trout

season beeins in South America,

and according to our agents a in
Chile and Argentina the gingUraf gingUraf-t
t gingUraf-t ..Mil ho heavier than ever

11L II 111 Mww ;

Ynii cet lot-Of good lismjlg

and hunting below the equator

mnnesi Drices. s ..- i-

; Now is the erne to plan your

trip. The two msot direct sources
of help are the October issue of
Field and Stream whichT'leatures

a round-un on what s avaname,

and the New York office of Pana

sra Atrwavs.

The uaoo Bianco iiuu iu ram

tnr inutanoe heretofore an ex

clusive $10,000 membership aeai.

ts open ; to i a iimiieu iiymuci vi

guests at $25 per day. ljiis is a
verv hanHsnme opportunity in the

land of 1,000-pound black marlin.

Willy PoUak, at Antumaiai uiage
in Pucon, Chile, onv accommo accommodates
dates accommodates 36 peope for his fabulous
rainbow" fish on the Trancura
and Tolten Rivers.
Willy is crowded once our
snows fly in fact, some people
make a standing reservation from
year to year. He charges $20 per
day for a deluxe room with
meals, plus the use of boats and
car.-
. : You won't have too much diffi

culty reserving a shre-the-bath

hosteria in the boondocks, but it's

important to. be able to find one

yanfage ot the difference' in time,'

j'f Levr Jjuroette'f traveiea ;iu,ww
miles appearing .In SO cities from

New .Hampshire tr: Los ;Atlgeles

after; thrwe repelling the xanKees

la year, ago wita me lasi -m in

nings scoreless.

he last 'three neadlinerg have

been pitchers," reminds, Scotty,

uTances between p aces yoTll "Johnny podres in 1955, Larsen
antin on, tremenrfnn. be great to have A hitter f or t

gentina are tremendous

The gent who doesn't have a
fabulous trip in South America is

the one who didn't plan properly.

You local tourist agent can

help, but the chances are he nev

er heard of remote watering holes

crowded only with ducks, geese

and trout.

change. How about putting Mickey
Mantle and Eddie Mathews on the
road at. the same time?"

Frank Scott would mop up with
something like that, but will set

tle for any authentic celebrity.

He can't miss for there is at

least one in every package.

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Kansas and Houston over Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, i
it The West
Calif wnia over Washington State
The bluenlate special.
Oregon State over UCLA The
Yanks are baseball's biggest tip tippers.
pers. tippers. Sou'hcrT) Cal ..over North Caro

lina Ballnlayers do'e on steaks

ons over Parkers: Forty -'N'ners

over Kams: uiants over magaes.

Also- Arizona. State, over West ing Tuesday.

SAX TON FILLS IN
- HOLYOKK Mass. (UPD-Min-ny
Sax'or.. former world wltpr wltpr-weight
weight wltpr-weight champion, will substitute
for Wal'cr Bvars a?ins'- Barry
AU'son in a 19-round bou,at-rhe
Valley Arena nex' Tueav nieht.
Bya"-s injiired his hands in train-

Albrook Bumps Navy 91-66

To Capture 18th Victory

CFN Radio-TV

Sports Schedule

Established 1S93

SCOTCH WHISKY

- -. CL :- ann rnni

f oo. ball rsnngs (firs. -place votes

and won lost records in parenthe

ses):

(2-0)

Team
1. Mis.. Southern (12)

2. Ohio U. (2) (2-0)
3. Idaho State (3) (1-0)
4. Chattanooga (2) (2-0)
5. Miami (Ohio) (4) (1-0)

Lehig'i (Pa.) (2) (1-0
East Tex. St. (2-0)
Connecticut (1-1)
Mon ana Si. (2-0)
Butler. Und.). (2) (2-0)

205

126
117

112

94
87
80
78
64

KOBBE WRESTLERS Private First Class Yyle Seiser, "The
Tattoo Terror" and Cp4 Clarence Amende, right, "Liberace,"
look as the Frankenstein monster, played by Marine Cpl. Elwood
Tompkins, is led in with a heavy chain. These costumed charac characters
ters characters were part of the special show put on at recent Fort Kobbe

boxin matches when they participated in a tag team wrestling

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UPI Small College
Football Ratings

NEW YORK (UPI)-The United n..TTlZ. v.,v

f"ts nAj -C.!Le.!e h.V announced the f o 1 1 o w i n g

sports broadcasts for the coming

weekr
Radio

; Zl Game, 12:45 p.m, Balance of

World Series schedule will be in

effect If games are necessary;

Monday, Oct. 6-5th World Series
Game, 11:45 a.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 7-Between games
Program. S p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 8-6th World
Series Game, 1:45 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 9-7th World Ser Series
ies Series Game, 1:45 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. U-Football: Ar Army
my Army vs Notre Dame and Navy vs

University of Michigan, 1:30 p.m.

Stateside football scores will
be broadcast as follows: Saturday

11 p.m. news; Sunday about :!?)
p.m. at the end of World Series
Game on radio and at the end

of the professional football game
on TV about 5:30 tp.m.; Mon
day :45 p.m., sports segment of

Panorama.

TV
Saturday. Oct. 4 Tennessee vs

Auburn, 3:15 p.m. (game played

Sept. 27) S
Sunday, Oct. 5 5 Professional

football, 3 p.m. World Series
Game at 9 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 6 -Boxing at 10
p.m., Mike de John vs Nino Valdes

.Tuesday, Oct. 7 World Series
Game at 9 p.m.

' Wednesday Oct. 8 World Ser Series
ies Series Game et 9 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 9 World Series

Game at 9 p.m.

Fridau, Oct. 10 Wrestling at

10 p.m.
Saturday,' Oct. 11 College foot
ball at 2:30 p.m.

display.

Another in the current series of

boxing matches will be held at
Fort Kobbe's Hangar 4 Friday,

Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. A full card plus

a special event will be presented.

Light middleweight Bob Cathers,
a newcomver to Fort Kobbe box

ing this year, scored the first

knockout ot tne six-weeK-om dox dox-ing
ing dox-ing season to defeat Charley At Atkins
kins Atkins during the last matches. This

was Atkins' tnira lignt ana nrsi

loss of the series.
In the opening bout welterweight
Vinny Murdocco took a split deci decision
sion decision over Lee Little. Murdocco.
now holdiifg a two win record, suf suffered
fered suffered his onlyv defeat of the season
at the hands of Little two weeks
ago. 1

Clarence yuinn aeteatea samuei

Second 10 group: 11, California
Poly at San Luis Obispo (2), 62:

12, Middle Tennesse State, 58; 13,J

central juicntgan (it, oa; n, neni
(Ohio) Slate, 52; 15, (tietf Juni Juniata
ata Juniata (Pa.). Bowling Green (Ohio)
and Memphis State, 45 each; 18

(tie), M a i n e and Wittenberg
(Ohio), 40 each; 20 (tie). Hofstra
(N. Y.) (1) and Louisville. 37

each.

Whatever
Happened to...

HAROLD (CURLY) STEIBINS
In the late Jock Sutherlasd's

las year ot coaching at Pitu,

burgh. 1938, he developed what
came to be known as his "dream

backfteld '' One of 'hose great
backs was Curly Stebbins. That
team had an 8 2 record, not as
glittering as the nine victories and
a tie of tne 1937 season but it was
a ereat aucress far Stebbins in

one respccl. He had fumbled sev seven
en seven times against Fordham in '37,

during a tcoreless tie. In '38, he
was appointed Pitt captain against
Fordham and, not fumbling once,

led the Panthers to 24-13 victory.

Wh.Mevcr happened to" Curly

JOIN COLLEGE ALL-STARS
NEW YOBK (UPI) Archie

Dees of Indiana and Dave Gambee
of Oregon State have agreed to

1oln the Colleee All-Star basket

ball team which will play -the Nw

PAF Company Level

Volleyball Tourney
To Begin Oct. 22

The Panama Area Company

Level Volleyball Tournament will

be held at the Fort Amador Gymn

asium Oct. 22 to Nov. 1 U.S. Army

Caribbean Special Services in

nounced.

The double elimination tourney

will be comoosed of two teams
from Fort Amador. Fort Claytn,

Fort Kobbe.- Army Atlantic, Al

brook Air Force Base, and the I5th

Nabal District.

Semi-final and final matches
will be determined by three out

of five, game series.

(U.S. Army Photo).

Howard of Panama in an exciting

three-round battle during which

both fighters seemed to be well-

matched. Quinn's record has been

steadily improving.

Jerome Dawson, the 1957 PA

bantamweight champion, lost a

r ose decision to Donald HnnDer.

Both boxers had one fight to their

credit.

The final fight of the evening

and probably the closest was

between Arthur Johnson and Caul-

drado Williams, the latter from
Panama. A guest referee, Temi
Olasiregui was on hand for this

bantamweight match, which John

son won by a split decision.

A special event featured the

half-way point of the regular

bouts. An Australian wrestling tag

team meet was staged with "Li

berace" and the "Tatoo Terror"

opposing none other than Dr.

Frankenstein and his Monster."

Football Results

FRIDAY'S COLLEGE FOOt FOOt-BALL
BALL FOOt-BALL RESULTS
Geo. Washington 11, Furman I
Detroit 26, Quantico Marines IS
Eastern Mich. 21, Younftstown 18
Washburn 26. East. New Mex. 9

By S. Sgt. RICHARD
SCHAEFFER
The Albrook Flyer's gained
their 18th win in 19 PAF cape
outings Thursday night in their
last home appearance of the sea season,
son, season, ,defeating Navy 91-66.
Navy gained an early bulge at
lt-3, and held an 18-16 first period

edge, primarily through the ef

forts of Faijner-i.'oacn Kay ses.Diiij
who lMrewVifi 8 couriers; 7 .'A

Navy center Bernte uevers wag

outstanding In the second stanza,

both in scoring and rebounding ior
the'losers. He garnered 11 of his

26 points in the quarter.

Emmett Bryant, PAF's fabul fabulous
ous fabulous performer, meshed 15 of his
game high toral of 44 in Albrook's

26 point third period. The Flyer's
held a 44-34 ha If time margin, and
increased it to a comfortable 70-46
count by the three-quarter mark.
Guard Ray Nesbitt added 22
points to Navy's total; while
Llovd Hopwood followed Bryant
with 14 for the winners. Center

Lon Stepehnson and Guard War Warren
ren Warren Smith chipped in 11 each for
Albrook.
Lloyd Hopwood of the Flyer's
and Bernie Devers of Navy were
easily the top rebounders in the
contest. I

The Albrookites thus far

averaging 93.5 joints per contest;
while Emmett Bryant increased
his league-leading -figure to an
even 41 point '-tvettge; per game.

in aprenminaey.-contest, the Al Albrook
brook Albrook i TenagePS; defeated Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu for the first time this seaon
by a 54-48 score.: Lloyd Spradlin,
ledAlbrook with 20 counters;
while Curundu.'s star guard, Last Last-inger,
inger, Last-inger, topped, all game scorers

Pes
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Hopwood
Stephenson
Bryant
Austin
Smith
Fireoyid
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Name. 'T,"
Devers
Bell
Nesbitt
DaVega
Burmeister

Flyers

Halftime Score: Albrook 44,
Navy 34. i

Poirtft
2
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Points
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7
22
3
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66

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Starting Lineups
For Third Game
Of World Series
NEW "YORK, Oct. 4 (UPI)
Probable starting lineups for the
third game of the World Series
today :
MILWAUKEE
Bruton, cf
Schoendlenst, 2b
Mathews, 3b
Aaron, rf
Covington, If
Torre, lb
Crandall, c
Logan, ss
Rush, p
NEW YORK
Bauer, rf
McDougald, 2b
Mantle, cf
Berra, e
Skowron, lb

Slebern, If
Carey, 3b
Kubek, ss
Larwn, p
Umpires: Tom Gorman (N L.)
plate: John Flaherty (A.I..)
lb; Al Barlick (N.L.) 2b: Char Charley
ley Charley Berry (A.L.) 3b; foul line

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can" Republican" over his campaign .trails
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Her death at her suburban In
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though she had been confined to
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Taft was best known for
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Win" headline m a
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dential presidential nom'nation.
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Taft died of cancer.
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she met Taft while his father
w-s Present and her father, the
lata T.invH W. Bowers, was solid-
the William How Howard
ard Howard Taft administration. They
w- married on Oct. 17, 1915.
Mrs. Taft helped organize the
Na';onal League of Women Voters
and was active in th? local chfn-t-
until 1941. In that year she re
signed because of the local
I-" "lie's suooort of repeal of the
Neutrality Act.
11 'rS Taft is survived by four
ions. They are William Howard
TVt III, former ambassador to
Ireland; State Rep. Robert A. Taft
.lr a local attorney; Lloyd Taft,
inrmm aceisiant nublisher o! the
rinr-innali Times Star. receriuy

sold to the Cincinnati Post andr""i that were preliminaries to
t. T,n q mpmhpr of the the independence 'evolution ai''

Yale faculty.' Lloyd Taft is travel
ing in Europe.
MOVIE ADS TONED DOWN
ciwn vnrp M1PH The gov-
.rnmrnt 'todav banned all movie
-
oftuprtiements showing scenes oi
" . e
kissing, passionate embracing or
killing. I' said the rule was part
of a drive against juvenile delin delinquencies.
quencies. delinquencies. PICASSO BUYS CASTLE
, AIX' 'EN PROVKMOE' Franc"
UPD- Artis Pablo Picasso has
p'M'' nearlv one million dollars for
300-year old castle wh!ch for
ropriv belonged to French Marshal
Philippe Petain, it was reported
today.

GRUNDIG RADIOS
We have a complete line of HI-FI Crundig radios
made, in Germany; also tape recorders, dictating
machines, table radios and automatic changers.
Come and see our new line. Special prices
for our C. Z. friends.
Mucblena CASA SPARTON
' Central 26-109 Calidonia

Apartments

FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Via Parras
No. 120, opposite SAS. Phone
3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, private en entrance,
trance, entrance, light and rode gas. 114
Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: In new recent built
house, two bedroom, living din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, kitchen, laundry tubs,
hot water, balconies, garage and
other commodities, all indepen independent
dent independent apartment, $80. Via Belisa Belisario
rio Belisario Porras. Entrance to Carras Carras-quilla,
quilla, Carras-quilla, beside old Eden Theatre.
Tel. 3-3547, Martin.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with all conveniences,
high In El Cangrejo, Edlficio Ca Capri,
pri, Capri, Call F. Call: 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom aoar aoar-ment,
ment, aoar-ment, living; diningroom kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, independent service, to
beach front San Francisco de la
Caleta, Ave. 2a. No. 1, Tal. 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
kitchen, independent service.
San Francisco de la Caleta, Av.
la, No. 43, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, garage, hot
water, maid's quarter 68th St.
El Cangrejo, Teresina Building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Military inspected, $55.00.
Phone 3-2068, Via Porras No.
99.
FOR RENT: A modern apart apartment
ment apartment beautifully furniture. Du Duplex,
plex, Duplex, near bus stop. Tel. 3-2085,
2-2948..
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment, bedroom and dining dining-room.
room. dining-room. Call 3-2737, $50.00.
Witnesses To Tell
01 Revolution Days
At Society Meeting
'The '1903 Panama Independence
Revolution recollections of three
eye-wtinesses who at tha) time
were a youth in Panama fJlti"the
girl who carried a vital secret mes
sage from Colon to the plotters in
Panama City, and the Panama
Railroad telegrapher who handled
all official communications on that
critical day will be related Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at the Tivoli Guest
House.
The occasion will he thp nublic
meeting of the Isthmian Historical
Society, to be held in the Tivoli
ballroom starting at 7.30 p.m.
Theme of the evening will he. "We
Were There Panama, 1903-06."
The program has been ornized
a preliminary to the observa observations
tions observations of the Theodore Roosevelt
Centen'al nexti month.
All three of .the eye witnesses
are widely known on the Isthmus.
The man who. as a vouth in W3
in Panama City watched the excit exciting
ing exciting events is A.V. McGeachy.
editor emeritus of the Star and
Herald. He will provide informa information
tion information on the people -of the dav. onri
on places and things of signific
ants to the events;
The gin of 1903 is Miss Aminta
Melendei of Colon, who will des describe
cribe describe the happenings on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side" and ten of her excitii"
locomotive-eab ride; : across the
Is'hmus with the secret message.
The raklroad telegrapher who
was at the heart of communica communications
tions communications on Panama's Independence
Day is Richard I). Pre'eott. tp-h-nif-M
communications engi n n e r
wifh the Panama aovernTnt. H-
wiil te" of oitched battles and
oiner nisiumances -m"- n.p raw
ne wa nescnoe tne exciting
C'onts of the da" i'self.
Thp prosram will be conducted
by the Societv nresiden'. rod5"
Burnhman. All persons interested
in the period uner discussion
have been invited. Old timers
among the Pii-nre
I a-'-
"H in jdd their recollections, to
those of the three sneakers.
FLOODS HIT FRANCE
N1MES. Fnnce (UPH Torren Torrential
tial Torrential rains and flah foods have
'aK:P J, TVVv": ;;P -I-
Mlflll in sun mci ii riaui.r m uc
it Vnor-S
last 24 hours,
'oHov. Thf r-
borders on the Mediterranean and
the Pyrenees.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OTjB AGENTS OB O0R OFFICES AT 13 ST H" STEECT, TANAHU HKD Sf Vl'-.uUrff'KJi.8
INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES-No. 1 Lottery Plaza CA8A ZALDO-Central Av. 45 ) GOURDES VWLCY-ni Im Carnsfluilli MC1A LOM LOM-BA
BA LOM-BA EDO N o 26 "B" Street MOBRISM-4Ui of July Av. & J St. .LEWIS SEBVICE-Av. Ttvoll No. 4 C J" "s l".-???1 I
FAHMAC1A LUX-I64 Cmtral Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE -J. fco. d ta Oas Av. No. m2Jvil-9lSSiuminA
KARMAC1A VAN DER-JIS 5 Street No. S3 f ARMACIA EL BATURBO Parqu tefevre I Street FAXMACIA "SAS Vie PORRAS 111 NOVEDADES

ATH1S Beside me Dcua vihi innm
Automobiles 'j
FOR SALE: Lite new, Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 1957, Bel-Air, model V-8,
WW tires, two tone, automatic
transmission, 6.000 miles, can
be financed. 3-1710 mornings,
3-0868 afternoons.
FOR SALE: BARGAIN! STA STATION
TION STATION WAGON, MERCURY 1958
9 passengers, 4 doors, two tones,
6,500 miles. Tel. office 3-0030,
residence 3-7596.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1950,
four door sedan, R&H 350 Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 283.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
convertible, new, Dymtflow, ex excellent
cellent excellent tires and top, radio and
heater. Price is right. Call 828 828-3409.
3409. 828-3409. FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac,
hardtop, Catalina coupe, fully
equipped and in new car condi condition,
tion, condition, want to sacrifice, for older
car, trade in. Call Balboa 2-2472.
FOR SALE: 1956 Opel Station
Wagon, good condition. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Call 3-7342 office
hours.
FOR SALE: 1950 duty paid,
black Nash sedan, new uphols upholstery,
tery, upholstery, radio, good tires, seats
change to turn beds, $200.00,
or will change for motorcycle.'
Tel. 3-2737.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 bAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and' deluxe hotel
$180
leave evey ues. and Frl.
' FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-16G1
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
S IP
INIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewfinder System
Panama
Colbn
'Nauahty' Briton
Slips A Mickey
To Countv Council
ANDOVER, Eng. (UPI) The
somewhat nettled Hampshire
County Council said today busi businessman
nessman businessman Eric Neate could keep
hii old weeds for all they cared.
The trouble is Neate may be
stuck With a border of such weeds
as stinging nettles, deadly night nightshade
shade nightshade and dandelions around his
factory where he manufactures
pvr nylons.
The trouble began when Neate
wrote to the county council sub submitting
mitting submitting a plan for a floral border
"H the new plant. He merely
"W he Wanted t0 Set 0Ut 8hrUbS
Bp'VV m k ,nu ni,nt
such things as urtica dioica
(stinging nettles), taraxacum offi officinale
cinale officinale (dandelions), which he de decerned
cerned decerned as a perennial with yellow
flowers, and convolvulus sepium
(bindweed).
He also threw in such things as
Crataegus oxyacantha, "a charm charming
ing charming shrub with white flowers and
red berries".
Back came the letter stamped
apnroved.
"I suppose it was naughty of
me, but they needed the mickey
taken out of them," Neate said
today.
County Planning Officer T. F
Thompson defended his clerks for
not' knowing that wee" w any
other name is still a weed.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Hemstitch ma machine,
chine, machine, button machine with ma material
terial material to cover buttons. Pleating
machine and pleating forms.
Steaming; cabinet and tables, very
low prices. Also diningroom fur furniture,
niture, furniture, Westinghouse refrigera refrigerators,
tors, refrigerators, China closet, gas stove,
' wardrobe, dresser, beds, chairs.
Other household articles. Apply
over the Chase Manhattan Bank
1 1 th St. Bolivar Avenue Tel.
233 Colon. 1
FOR SALE: Fall dresses, suit,
coats, new and used, sise 13, 15
short, shoes, size 5-B; pocket
book stories, trade or sell.
Tel. Balboa 2-3619.
FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandali 81 -bass
accordion with case, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. House 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Beautifull llama
rug. Brand new. Tel. 83-5126.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds,
reasonable, house 5422, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. FOR SALE: French course $20,
Holt spoken language series. 24
record and text. Phon Panama
3-4679.
FOR SALE: Light plant, 9 kw.
1 1 0220 volts 1 phase 60 cycle;
$400.00 A.C. generator '-
110 volts, 60 cycle. $40.00.
Motor 1 Vi h.p. 60 cycle w,..d
new $70.00, various other tools
and equipment, 761-B Balboa
2-3630.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18 foot runabout
and late 1956 Chevrolet, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, station wagon. A bargain
you can't miss. Tel. 3-7744.
Fiber glass your boat with BOAT
ARMOR, 44 inch cloth. $1.88
per yard. Resin, $7.80 gallon,
factory sealed. Guaranteed not to
run, go further and last longer,
easy tp apply. ABERNATHY.
Now and Used wood and fiber
glass boats, 10, 12, 14, 16, IS
ft. Also large stock outboard mo motors.
tors. motors. ABERNATHY.
One of th finest outboard cabin
crusiers aver offered for sal in
Panama or th Canal Zone. 21
foot fiberglassed, fully equipped,
beautifully irefinshed, 45 gallon
stainless steal gas tank, two 35
h.p. Johnson 1958 motors, ex excellent
cellent excellent trailer. Actual cost to
owner $4800, will sacrifice lor
$2800 cash. Worth seeing
whether you buy er not. ABER ABERNATHY.
NATHY. ABERNATHY. TRY FINDING HIM
KETTERING, England (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A motorist owes the town council
nine pounds ($25) for parking his
car in a downtown area. But the
council probably will never col collect.
lect. collect.
The car was parked In January.

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The President of the banal Zone United Fund. Gov. W.E. Potter,
congratulates Bill DeLaMater, co-chairman of a special football

eame upon plans for an "All Star" game ro De piayea ai bsudob
o.i.! WoHnosHav Nov. 2R at 7:00 D.m. With all PrOCSedS JO-

ing to the 1958 United Fund Campaign. Teams will be composed of
the best football players to be selected from Balboa HigH School,
, uioh Snhnnt Canal Znn Junior College, and Canal Zone

Athletic" Club. Coaches will be
l?"rrrfc::-rT
Brown of the Junior couege ana
Two teams wU be picked oy an
' frnm a nnnl nf nlavers from
will have its name inscribed on

Home Articles

FOR SALE: One wringer typ
washing machine, 60 cycle, $ 1 5.
One mahogany bed, double,
with spring and foam rubber mat mat-trass,
trass, mat-trass, $50.00. 041 9-B, Venado.
FOR SALE: TV RCA 24" con con-sole,
sole, con-sole, very good condition, $185.
Phon Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set
(Philippine Rattan), rfrigratr
(8 foot), stove (4 burner- and
oven), one wardrobe full-Unght
mirrors, on dressing table etc.
Apply Osorio, Avenida Manuel
Maria Icaza No. 5, downstairs,
near Raymond Clinic.
FOR SALE: Modem Simonr
ateel bedroom, suit, twin bads
with inner spring mattress, large
chest of drawer, vanity and bed
side table. $150.00. House 5292
Morrison St. Diablo.
FOR SALE: 6 piece Rattan
bedroom set, phone Balboa 2765
after 4 p.m. on Friday, all day
Saturday and Sunday.
FOR SALE: 7 piece Rattan liv liv-ingroom
ingroom liv-ingroom set, on mahogany dres dresser
ser dresser and stool, on mahogany
chest of drawer, two night tables,
one rocker, call 3-7839, 68th
Street No. 2, Apt, 4.
FOR SALE: Norge gas stove,
phon Panama 3-5079.
FOR SALE: Mahogany- dining
table, six chairs studio couch,
coffee tables, lamps, bamboo
chairs, cabinet, 0918 Amador
Road. Phone Balboa 2-3166.
Fireman Answers
Call To Own Home;
Wife, Children Dead
CHICAGO (DPI) A suburban
Skokie fireman collapsed with
gnei wnen n answereo a lire
alarm at his own home. and found
his wife and two young sons were
killed
SkoklevPolifje iChief ,Will!artt;C.
29 died while trying to rescue
the Children. Her JOn, ftonaiaa,
was found cradled in herV arms;
Another son, Robert, 6 months
was found in a "bedroom crib.
All three apparently were over-
come by smoke in their second
floor apartment.
, wt,1T, bm 1 J
Her husband, William, 29 rode
a hook and ladder truck : to-th.
,,?h.Srtt from back
enter the apartment from a back

driven back by smoke and flames, men and women Army-wide for
When informed of the tragedy, prornottion, proficiency pay, and
Hughes collapsed and was treated further career development.
at a hospital. One of the major applications
Mrs. Hughes called the fire sta- Qf the enlisted evaluation sys sys-tion
tion sys-tion over a special alarm tele- tem will be the soon-to-be es estrone
trone estrone from the home to the fire tabllshed proficiency-pay Plan

denartment. The mother started
to give he'r 'address and then
shouted! s .,.
"Willie Hughes- nouses wuue
Hmrhes' house!" .
The couDle' two other children,
Jacqueline, 8, and David, 6, were
in school at tne time.
Ross Anderson and Larry Horint of
r f rr nhaiTi Stewart
i
a special United Fund trophy.

vvauy u u .77 iV ,S m nA .rationed In th fianal Zom from -47 to '48. He lolnert the UiL

HOTlia iS 7SS to 1950 'Am1 '52. He took part m landing, atlwd Jlma during World War,

T.

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots $00 and 1.000
mater, in th Nurvo Hipidrom 7
Urbanization, across th demon
Racetrack! All Jet with trt
front, sawaga, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
WANTED
WANTED: AKC Boxer etud
fawn. Writ bos 915 Panama,
Tl. 2-1344.
WANTED: Practice "piano,
Phon 2-6386, Balboa, C.Z.
WANTED: American couple,
no children desire 3 bedroom
unfurkished apartment, El Can Cangrejo.
grejo. Cangrejo. Occupancy Nov. 1, long
term. Box 1781, Balboa.
WANTED: 4x5 camera. Phone
84-4203 (Ft. Kobbat),

Prestige Of Enlisted Man

In New Personnel Management Program

U.S. Secretary of the Army
wilber M. Brucker announced
today an overall personnel man
agement program for the Army's
enlisted men designed to en
hance their prestige and improve
their effectiveness.
The new program, to 1 be
known as the Army Enlisted
Management Program, incorpo'
rates two years of .Army devel
opmental studies and the phno
sophy of recent military pay
legislation. It Is designed to pro
vide more attractive career op
portunities by Jthe introduction
a system to evaluate enlisted
personnel against Army n wide
standards; extra pay for great
er proficiency; a system of cen-
tralized assjgnment for the top
two grade non-commissioned
,, fv,of n. nff,
cers and, college training in sci
entific, technical and manager
tal areas at Government exnense
JHeart of the hew mariageirnt
program is its enlisted evaliiaV
nun syausm., xma ayauci, ujjcv
ated primarily through the En'
listed Evaluation Center at Fort
Benjamin Harrison, Ind., pro-
yides for a relative evaluation
0f 'the proficiency of each sol
Uer based on written and per-
I lAmwniiAa apt-b rili-ie n 4nK if.
AUAIllCfcAlw5 IVOIO, Ji MO n JUW
fectiveness report on the indl-
M j b hls st commander.
The evaluation will insure the
..,. nf ty,a hAst ollftilf)e(4
whereby extra nay will be a-
warded to the most proficient
enlisted men as reflected by
their proficiency scores.
Recognition of the Army's en,
listed personnel who carry heavy
responsibilities has been provid
ed by the addition of two new
pay grades to tne top or tne en
listed pay structure. Promotion
to these grades as well as to
other enlisted grades will be re
lated to the enlisted evaluation
system. The Army plans to ad
vance at least 14,500 to the top
grades (E-8 and E-9) during the

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8lC CHARLES P. SMITH signs his reeniistment papers as

ri,rnttinir nffirer and Ret. Leo P. Chamuaene watch. Set. smith served in the u& Marine

vw.o. army tumvi f y :':-':,.:.

, .SERVICES
v

y TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
, You get services th same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
. LOS ANGELES trained teehni teehni-eians.
eians. teehni-eians. Crawford Agencies. Phon
2-1905- Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Complet, lasting repairs.' All
makm of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellis Williams and Alfonso Shirley
2-5113, f
' ,' Opening-
Under new management
Balboa Beauty Shoppe r
'Tuesday October j"
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m,.
Betty Ro
Introducing new Gyro Later
Professor, graduate of University
,of California, M. A. degree from
Oxford, secures excellent results,
tutoring college andf college pre
paratory subjects. Phone Panama
2-1451, Mr. Francis Fielder.
next four years.
For those non-commissioned
officers who mak,6 the Army a
career, permanent promotions
are now being made for the first
time since the Outbreak of the
Korean WrT Permanent grades
are given only 8 to individuals
who have proven themselves on
the job in the temporary grade,
thus giving the qualified profes
sional soldier added recognition
and a permanent status.
Another aim of the Army En
listed Management Program is
to aid in the development of
oromisinz. enlisted men by fur
ther training and education.
Upon entering the Army the
volunteer, beginning, in January
1959i will have the opportunity
of enlisting for a particular oc
cupation or hjs- cnoosmg m
which he can show sufficient
aptitude. ,.
f iln'jadditlon to the mtmy; service-Schools
available, career
motivated soldiers1 may how ai-
so apply for college level train
ing in technical, scientific, &nd
managerial areas at government
expense.- Since March, 1958,
when this opportunity was an announced,
nounced, announced, the Army has received
1290 applications for college
training, and 127 of the appli
cants are now in school or a
waiting admission to 2T accred accredited
ited accredited colleges. It is expected that
approximately 1200 soldiers will
be-admitted to college during
the next four year? under this
nroirram.
To insure timely use of the
skills an denhance the prestige
of top non-commissioned of fl fleers,
eers, fleers, the Army swill centralize
the assignment of the top
erades. E-8 and E-9. In a meth
od somewhat similar to that
currently in effect fd officers.
Permanent chances or station oi
these non-commissioned officers
will be controlled by the Depart
ment of the Army.
Part of the new non-commiS'
sioned officer career plan is a
change in the Army's previous
policy that certain enlisted men
with 20 years service couia re
main Indefinitely in the United
States. The new policy, based on
operational necessity, provides

Lesson

, WANTm. km .vmmmJ mmJ- 1

countant. Writ' starting xpe t J
rienee to Laik. Apartade 3031
'Panama, R.P. i
WanteeT young accountant ?
CP. A. not oldr than 30 year.- j
Beside accounting training must'
b bilingual and experience In)
correspondence. Good future i)."
a wall established company.
Please write re age, experience, V
personal references ana picture) V
to P O, Box 4247 Panama City.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS'
DRAWER MAW, DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX -PHONE
BALBOA 3709
Reliable maid. NaaV Excellent ,y
cook, good laundry, excellent 1
housekeeper.' Call Colon 483. f
INVITi n6TEU CELLIST
WASHINGTON (TJPI) Cellist
Pablo Caaals was invited today to
come here to be 'honored by tht
Organization of American Stteg
for his work on behalf of peace
and better world undexatanding.
To Improve
that soldiers will henceforth b
subject to overseas -assignment
until their 27th "year; of service.
Those already stabilized- will re retain
tain retain this prerogative, but special
provision is made to Insure tht
availability of E-8 and E-9 per
sonnel for overseas assignment.
The Armv Will ulsn Intrnrfiira,
a modification for -temporary
enlisted promotions based upon
wa.a,C UOC VI 0, lJlHJUOlH1S m
promotion qualification score,
as a screening device. The plan
will provide an Army-wide sys system'
tem' system' for enlisted" men and wom women
en women to prepare themselves for
promotion on an Individual bas basis.
is. basis. Another Innovation Is a
plan for' making 20 per cent of
all temporary promotions to

8 and E-9 from among outstand outstanding
ing outstanding men and women who have
between eight sadrlS years of
service. This plao.; will: give ag aggressive
gressive aggressive young no0mmlssion-
ed -officers a chance to get ahead
faster, as well as redpghizing tht
value of experience foe the ma majority;
jority; majority; of promotions. j
The Army will continue Its
program of separating from the
service those soldiers, who are
unable to handle the complex
jobs of today's Army. During the
past year, thev Army has given
early discharges to 70,000 men.
The discharge of ineffective
men from Army rolls has already
resulted in an overall improve improvement
ment improvement in the level of training, job
performance, behavior, and has
caused a major upward trend in
voluntary participation in ele elementary
mentary elementary educational courses.
Navy Divers Find
3 Bodies In Wreck J

yi ruiiui riuuc
KEY WEST, Fla., Oct. 4 (UPn
Navy divers today recovered
tne noaies ot seven men wno were
oVinarri a nnrrnl nlnn that rilaatv
ml m a1. 1
i nree vi me uuuies wertj luvui,.
in tne sun-merged luseiaee of us
mane.' There was no sign of u-
other three-
Maj. u R. cnase, USACARIB

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The Bulldogs from Balboa High School came to the Atlantic Side last night and
went home champions in the ninth playing of the annual football Jamboree.
It was the fourth time since trie inauguration of the Jamboree in 1950 that the
Bulldogs have walked off with the title, as compared to twice each for Junior College
atid the Atlantic Club, with only one Jamboree title for Cristobal in 1951.
The Jamboree victory last night firmly places the Bulldogs as favorites to cop
the Interschool title which begins next Friday at Balboa Stadium with Junior College
scheduled to meet the Tigers from Cristobal High.

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TC''r''ri pec. vsses a pass in
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CHEERING their team to victorv last night were these lovelies from Balboa High. Sharon De De-Vore,
Vore, De-Vore, Gloria Ely, Barbara Klipper, Eleanor Stancook, Sarah Whltener, Barbara Bartleet, Did
Bremer,, and Mirna Pierce make a "T" for Team, and back the winners.

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Photos by VERN RICHEY
Story by TREVOR SIMONS
An overflow crowd poured Into
Mt. Hope Stadium and saw the
Athletic Club go Into an early
6-point lead against the under underdog
dog underdog Junior College in the first
quarter of play, and then watch watched
ed watched the Bulldogs tally once a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst College In the third con contest
test contest and converting for the ex extra
tra extra point to go into a lead that
they never relinquished.
Early in the first contest Louis
Taber, A,C. linesman, recovered
a Junior College fumble on the
JC'47 to pave the way for the
first score. With Joe Cicero
skirting around the ends and big
Bob Morris smashing up the
middle the A C. marched to Col College's
lege's College's 10 yard line.
Cicero then went wide a a-round
round a-round his own left side to score
the first TD of the night. The
try for extra point was missed.
The two rival Wgh schools,
Balboa and Cristobal, battled to
a scoreless tie in the second act
of the Jamboree with neither
team being able to penetrate
any deeper than to the 25.
This uneventful quarter wais a
display of fine defense by both
teams and two good offensive
backfields that should be the
cause for some good football this
year.
The Eeynolds-French-Ness-Cage
combination started to
pay invidends in the JC-BHS
contest that followed as the
third quarter of the evening.
Taking the kick from Junior
College and running back to
their own 44 yard line-, .the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs never relinquished" 4he ball
until' they had hit paydirt
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With each of the four Bulldog
powerhorses taking turns and
making liberal use of pitch-outs
and hand-offs, Balboa High pa paraded
raded paraded all the way into the Col College
lege College and end zone for the score.
Charlie French, taking a
hand-off frOm Reynolds found
a big hole on the right side of
the JC line and went over from
the two.
Gary Ness, on a hand-off from
Reynolds, went over for the ex extra
tra extra point to move the Bulldogs
Into the lead.
The Tigers made their best
bid against Junior College in the
fourth contest. The Tigers kick kicked
ed kicked to JC and after seven futile
attempts College was forced to
punt from their own 35.
Humphrey, taking the punt
and getting near perfect block blocking
ing blocking all the way, with Russ Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite handling a pair himself
for the key block, raced all the
way and seemed surely headed
foi a score when Bruce Sanders
caught up and nailed the fast
Cristobal back at the Devil's
eleven.
After a paif of plays, the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers found themselves back on
the JC 19- after Sanders and
Trimble had nailed Kullg on an
attempted pass play. With the
College defense holding Stub Stubbornly,
bornly, Stubbornly, Cristobal ran out of
downs on the JC 13.
But the Tigers were not to be
denied. Hitting with a purpose,
they lorced College to fumble
on their own 22 and the ball was
recovered by Cristobal's Jose
Crooks. With John, Boseman
smashing up the .middle lour
Up For Sale On CZ:
Two Tank Trucks
-Furniture Van
Two lank trucks and a furniture
van in. sirong the surplus items
for sa'p bv the Canal organiza
tion. Seated bids for the purchase
and romow.l of these items will
be received at the otnee ot me
supenntendentt of the Storehouse
Brancn a'. Balboa until 9:30 in the
morning. Oct. 24. w
Minimum acceptable bids for
the ank trucks, which are 1941
models, are $480 for one and $720
for he other. The minimum bid
for the furniture van, a 1950 mod model,
el, model, is $540. These three trucks
may bs seen at the salvage sec section
tion section if ihe Balboa storehouse by
calling the foreman of the sec section.
tion. section. Other lf ms up for sale and the
minimum accpetable bids are as
follows: fur tractor-mounted drill
machines, ,0 each; drill sharpen-
i blacksmitlr furnace, and gas en
gine $K)0; skid mounted core
fell. f48t. two air compressors,
$1,500 each, two motor generator
sets ti'Mi. one lot switch
gears and relays, $1,500.
Also on nale are two centrifup
pumps, a gag) engine core drill,
and snare parts for the
mounted rill machines.
tractor-
Informa"rn on these items may
1 be Jbisir.ed by calling George
i Gregory, general foreman, shops,
'at Gambca.

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CHARLIE FRENCH, after taking the handoof from Joe Reynolds (15) plunges over the goal line last night for the TD which gave the Jamboree victory to Bat.
boa's Bulldogs. Junior College's John Feldt makes an unsuccessful attempt to stop French, while Tony Womble (71), Larry Self (72), Dave Adams' (84).
and Reynolds for Balboa move up to offer assistance. An unidentified Bulldog player has two J.C. men. stopped behind the Action, and Gary Alexander of

times, It was all Cristobal need
ed to push across the score.
Their efforts for an extra point
failed.
The Bulldogs iced the decision
with an insurance touchdown a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Athletic Club in the fifth
stanza. A beautiful fake by
Reynolds and a hand-off to
Charlie French midway through
the contest, put the Bulldogs on 1
the AC 1&
From that point, Ness team teamed
ed teamed up with French to push
deeper into the AC defense,
with Gary Ness finally going
over from the Rams' one-yarcl
line for, the score. Ness' at-
tempt to ran for the extra
point fell short.
The Tigers tried desperately',
to catch up to the leading Bull-
dogs in the final period of the ;
Jamboree, but an iron wall of -;
defense snuffed out their hopes.
Three times during that period
the hosts for the Jamboree drove
deep only to fall short of the
score.
Early In the quarter Bose-,
man's drives through the mid middle,
dle, middle, where Cristobal's line really
shone bright, took the Tigers to
the; 18 where they stalled. Not
long afterwards a Cristobal drive
to the Rams' 5-yard 'line could
go no further. As the precious
minutes ticked away John Pet Peterson
erson Peterson recovered an AC fumble
on their own 20, but could make
no more progress.

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DON ALEXANDER J.C. quarterbacks is caught by Charles Detore In an attempt 'to gain yard yardage
age yardage against the Athletic Club. Ed Cunningham (14) and Tony Dyer (29) for the Athletic Club
and Bob Priest (55) lor J.C. move toward the action from behind. i :;

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JOE REYNOLDS, fleet-footeld Balboa baok skirts around end against Junior College.? Blocking for the t Bulldogs are ; Charles s
French (84) and Gary Ness (center). A Junior College tackier prepares to bring Jleynolds down, while Jim Bensbn (66) and
John. Feldt (3) move in to help;' ; '' ' i.-v

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Bids Are Sought
For Renovation''.
Of CZ Houses i,
Bids ere being accepted for Im
provemenis to a number of hous
es in tl.e Canal Zone, according
to an announeement by the Kngi Kngi-neering
neering Kngi-neering and Cons ruction Bureau.
The work, in general, ; consis's
ot pal so paving, roof extensions.
! and installation of new doors for
houses in the Pacific area,, and
providing aluminum jalousies foe
various types of quarters on both
the Atmn'ic and, Pacific sides of
the Istntnus.
Plans and specifications for the
above work will be issued Oct, 8
wifh bo to be opened Oct. ?9.
Copies cl bid schedules and spe spe-'cifieations
'cifieations spe-'cifieations msy be obtained. in the
office of ihe Designing Engineer,
Balboa Ile'ghts-No deposit is re re-ouired.
ouired. re-ouired. 'j
COROZAL CROSSING P-l ". '-The
The '-The Cororal corssing will,be-re
stricerl ro bfle way traffic from
Barth Road toward Gaillard High
way. Monriay nd Tuesday be
twwn T a.m.: and 2:30 p.m. ac according
cording according to in announcement 'by
the Engineering and Construction
Burea. . ) t
During this period, necessary
maintenance work will be perform performed
ed performed on thot leu and roadbed of the

' Panama railroad.

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Paul Wilson's
Funeral Service
Set For Monday
Funeral services for Paul S.
Wilson who died early Friday
morning at Coco" Solo Hospital
will be held at 3 o'clock Monday
afternoon at, the Masonic Tem Temple
ple Temple in Gatun.
v.. A. brief .Episcopal graveside
service will follow at about 4
p.m. conducted by the Rev.
Webster of St,; Margaret's Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church in Margarita.
Pall bearers, will be Albert
Pate, Nick Ohlson, Starfprd
Churchill, George Radell, Fred
Newhard and Grace Thomas.
Sheraton buys hotel
MOBILE, Ala. (UPI) The 106.
year-old Battle House : Hotel at
Mobile has been acquired by the
Sheraton Corporation of America
from Southern Industries Corp,
Neither side would disclose, the
sale price,

J MARJORIE HORNINGSTAR I

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This is Herman Wouk's great novel .that more
tion ony otier belongs to young lovers of this
generation. This is the picture thai more than
any other is the story of every young girl who
ever ifocf h choose between decency and de desire
sire desire See Gene Kelly and Natalie Wood in
"MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR" in coor, OPf AV AV-NG
NG AV-NG ON TUESDAY AT THE CENTRAL v.

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Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24 :
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama 'Canal Company;
uaiboa Cristbbal
TEMPERATURE:

High 83 80
Low 72 75
HUMIDITY:
High 98 7
Low 75 78
WIND:
(majt. mph) W-8 V-15
RAIN (inches) 0 6
WATER TEMP: ''
(inner harbors) 82 'Si

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, OCT. 5
High
7:52 a.m.
8:23 p.m.
Low
3:04 a.m.
2:33 p.m."

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