The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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
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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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Zonians Urged
To Vote In Nov.
US Elections

The US. Citizens Association
today urged all Zonians to vote
In the, November elections and
also 'urges civil servants to know
their rights in engaging in poli political
tical political activity. M
A spokesman of the associa association
tion association said today "in the United
States, voting -is Privilege but
also a moral obligation and the
Hatch Act provides-that Civil
- Service personnel do have van
nrivilege"' 4 ''
He said that while the Hatch
a ywnvithits civil service oiii-

- .,' cers and employes from

an active part in po m c
agemerft or in VM c
tvii. u Ltinlicable to par-

- tlsan political activities i only,
v..,. or enffape in; activities

. concerning an election wWteh to

not specifically conneutcu

a state or national pouwvi
' tyMore can e learnedtby send-
r.rrO nf "Political AC-

tlvity of Federal Officers and
, Employes" pamphlet 20. co Su Su--
- Su-- i.Tif. nf nocuments, u..

?3SSXt "WlnttoB Office,

. wVitntnn 25. D.C. The cost of

' this publication is 15 cents.

'-n- Wlation b turning

over all. Its files on the Canal
. ...L.m.hv ("; notf be-

v iore .the fl.SC.ourt of Claims to
t vny further inquiries ?huldAbe

or.latlon kept records of tne
- case but some of the people m
wniwpH or nnt, members.
ntinrr f rfplpcat.es wilt be

. ,called on Nov.. at 3 p.m. in Dla.

hlo Heights Community uemcr,
a membership drive Is under
mov arm i triftkini! considerable
gains.- Those" who are interested

In inquiring apout me s""-;
tion are urged) to contact M
Snyder, president. ; v
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Capt. Legge Off
For Contention;
Vacation In UlS;
rnf. Robert i'. Leefie',; 15th N
' val District Medical Office left
by plane eariyt tnjs morning lor
Portland, Ore., where be will at attend
tend attend the convention of the West Western
ern Western Orthopedic) Association.
After the convention, he plans
to loin Mrs. Leeee. who has been
visiting in SarTIMago They., will
return to theJ(sthiMus later this
month. -W?" ,'.'
Dr. Legge il known unofficially
as the "dean"fx)f Navy orthopedic
surgeons, and' IS recognized as one
. of the United (States leading aoc
tors in that iield.. ''
Corgas director
To Acf For Bruce
: Col. Thomas, a. Faison, direc director
tor director of Gorgas-.Hospltal, is pres
ently actinic 1 as Canal Zone
.Health Director1 during the ab
sence of Col. Charles O. Bruce,'
Bruce left this week on a brief
vacation trip to Peru.. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Bruce. The
Health Director plans to return
to duty witnm about two weens
5? Volunteers

y When the figures were all added
, up and the Fort Amador Summer
, v Recreation Program officially clos
, ed for 1958, the program commit commit-i;
i; commit-i; Jee this week "found that 50 vol vol-tinteeers
tinteeers vol-tinteeers workers contributedjnear

1 2000 hours of their spare time,
to working with; 347 children from
fFnrt .; Amador Quarry Heights,

t military personnel In Gov. Wil-

t nam ii. iouers.omce, uvrgas
Hospital and thev American Em Em-;1fcXbassy
;1fcXbassy Em-;1fcXbassy m,Panama.,i:', V-v'. --j-
Activities Included tennis, swlm swlm-i
i swlm-i ming, gym, basketball, track, golf,
iyf;i! & fishing bowline the library .pro-

1 4 gram arts and craft the Little

Theater group'and the rifle club.
.;;? rLt.. Col. Ernest E McClrsh was
; i; (V' chairman of the program and
. ? worked closely with" key colunte colunte-ykj
ykj colunte-ykj s '; eri in developing all its phases.

: i He became such a familiar figure
'' to the children-. that one hot aft aft-'
' aft-' ernoon a small lad enrolled in the

fishing activity entered the col

Europe s Shipowners

US-owned, RP4lag Fleet

By
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WASHINGTON. Oct 18

formal action to halt the growth of Unowned fleet flying foreign "flags of con convenience
venience convenience -diplomatic sources said today ) ?,v y'
jSme 4.8 million tons of ; U.S. -owned pipping now Ss registered In four nations
Panama, Liberia, Costa Rica and Hondur'ai.
As a result the merchant fleet of Libs ri'4; has just replaced that of Norway as
the third-largest in the world. i?
: Other European seafaring nations hays also been hurt today by competition from
'flag of convenience" carriers operating undir more favorable conditions.
I Jo date no formal protest to the United States has been lodged against this' prac practice;
tice; practice; But the nations directly: toncisrned 41 ay met on and off Jn recent months to
try and work out a common' pditin. The y have not yet succeeded.

The United States contends
that American ships need flags
of convenience in order tomeet
foreign competition.
Arrangements have beett
made with the four small na--tions
involved that permits
the United States government
to obtain direct control of
these ships in time of war.
,The U.S. Navy has strongly
opposed any chance Jn the
present system.:
The European powers would
like to see American fleets un under
der under foreign flags reduced and
have U.S. firms charter their
ships.
They contend that American
defense needs are covered by
their pledge to put their mer merchant
chant merchant fleets at the disposal of
NATfO in time 'of crisis, ;
convenience iieets nave increas increased
ed increased 50 per ehti over the, last, two
years alone,
American banks and insur
ance companies, thev s a y,
have given liberal credit to
exile ship owners chiefly
-Gre'eks t who operate ships
Episcopal Bishops
Send Pastoral Hole
On Racial Strife
MIAMI BEACH, Oct. 18(UPI)
The Episcopal church ended
its triennial general convention
with a strong plea for better
race relations and a resolution
condemning "civil disobedience"
to federal authority.
At the final session' bishops of
the church Issued their first
pastoral letter in almost two
years. They admonished Chris Christians
tians Christians to "obey the laws of this
land" and do all in their power
to substitute reason for emotion
In the solution of America's ra
cial tensions. :
The 2.500 word pastoral letter
on racial strife called for Chris.
Man leadership to heal the na
tion's 'urgent and frightening"
racial divisions, av
The letter will' be read irom
the 'pulpit of every Episcopal
church In the nation during the
coming month. v ';
In a resolution adopted short
ly before, the 650-member House
or Deputies condemned "civil
disobedience and urged all
members of the church to "face
seriously: their obligation to con conform
form conform to federal and supreme
court orders in regard to giving
all students equal access to our
public schools."

Score Success In Kids Summer Program

onel's office ; at I Fort Amadorl
proudly bearing a very small,
and very ripei iisn wnicn ne naa
caught earher in the day: he
wanted the colonel to; see now ne
was making out. r1
Arts and crafts proved to the
most popular pastime with the
children,' and muc of their.handi-'
work went on display at the Fort
Amador Post Exchange near the
end of the summer progranh Pro Proceeds
ceeds Proceeds from -sales of the -items,
which were .very professional in
appearancet went (o youth ectivit ectivit-ities.
ities. ectivit-ities. '. .', ; : '.':-;,:
The entire program was formul formulated
ated formulated bv the Fort Amador Youth
Councif, Of which McClish is the
thalrmanl CdT. S. E; Tsylor and
Cdr. John M. Reade, both of 15th
Naval District, and .Capt. Lowell
C. Wooten.of Quarry Heights as
sited Col. McClish in organizing
the program.
, Taking part in the instruction
were, Tennis; Daniel J. O'Brien,

(UP!) Eurp. marttim

under Liberian or Panama
nian registry. ;;
These exile owners and Amer
lean oil and ore carriers oper
ate a more favorable tax set setups
ups setups arid' their operating costs
are' lower than those of Euro European
pean European ships, the European na nations
tions nations claim. They feel this is
unfair competition and they
want.it stopped.
. Norwegian shipowners must
par 70- times 4 as much' in taxes
as exile owners. European of officials
ficials officials argue.
UJS. officials said, any prot protest
est protest the Europeans may want to
lodge will get grateful consider consideration,
ation, consideration, but they; have not noted
any signs of : an Impending
change in the UA position on
this problem. r '"
But they al -dlsnuted the
Europeans' argument. ,They
made: these j pdrjbput; h
prottlem. --
Any foreign Jlar lsv fits
of convenience for -a.U" 8.
shipowner since It is i. mch
cheaper to- operate his vessel f
under-foreirn registry More
than. 1.3 million tons of U.S.
owned shipping sails under
the British flag, for example;
The United States govern government
ment government is in no position to' tell
private companies and banks
what to da as long as U.S. laws
are not violated.
--The United St-s cannot
depend on foreign .lipping In
time of war. or national emer emergency.
gency. emergency. It meeds Its own ships to
carry vital' re from Venezuela
to factories on the east coast.
NATO Shipping would be in no
position to do this and similar
jobs.
Charges that flag of con convenience
venience convenience shins are- substandard
are false. They cite evidence
that ships built abroad for A A-merican
merican A-merican owners meet all U.S.
shlpnlne standards.
Profits accrued bv Ameri
US Soldier Drowns
In Costa Rica
An enlisted man assigned to
the U.S. Army Mission in Costa
Itica apparently was drowned
Thursday afternoon when he
fell from a boat traveling on the
Sarapiqui River, near thet Costa
Rlcan Nicaraguan dot d e r.
Search operations are being eon.
ducted from a base camp estab
lished in the area.
The soldier was returning with
two other mission members from
a liaison visit to a border reve revenue
nue revenue police unit. Another member
of the party dove; into the' wa water
ter water to assist the man but was
unable to recover. him due to the
very fast current. V f
Identity of the soldier Is be
ing withheld pending notlflca-
' tion or Ms next or iin.
Pfc. Paul E. Wolfe and Sp4 Thorn
as N. Beiaing. awimming: ric.
Ray King, Ens. Glenn qarroll,
Pfc. George Knetz, Mrs. John
R. Wright, Mrs. Preston ; Clark,
Mrs. Dorothy Farnswortn, Mrs.
Albert C. Davles, Mrs:- Priscilla
Da, Am Mi Mrv Ralhirnla and
John belabar.i American Red
Cross field director at AibrooK
AFB.
In gym and track: S.F.C. Charl
es J. Wetits. Sp5 Billy E. Chaney,
Gordon Balbirnie, M Sgt. Primo
D'Andrea, Sp5 Irvin Haynes and
Carlos Cordova.- Golf: Capt.' Eu Eugene
gene Eugene T.B. Sullivan, Mrs.' Jean Sul Sul-luvlatt,
luvlatt, Sul-luvlatt, Ens W. Sherman, BMC
F H. Drew and stet A, R, Kline.
Flshlni: SMCA Adam W, i Rels
and GM2 Monwell Evans. Bowling
CWOS.Pat Kimbley and Phillip
Vescio, M-S8t. Pnmo D'Andrea,
Mrs. Jean Sullivan, Mrs. Marge
Moore, Miss Sheri Goeser ; and
Miss, Carole Berhardt.
In the library program t Miss

Irked

nationt are considering
can-owned ships flying foreign
flags eventually are subject to
U.S. taxes, even if they are
plowed back into construction
of more ships.
Officials cited the record of
one Panamanian subsidiary of
a U.S. firm that paid $37,000. $37,000.-000
000 $37,000.-000 in U.S. taxes out of a
total $75,000,000 profit.
U.S. banks and insurance
companies must consider exile
owners good risks otherwise
they would not back them.
They suggested that the prob
lem would be solved if Greece
made conditions attractive e e-nough
nough e-nough :to have exile owners re
turn their ships to the Greek
flag.
BRUSSELS UPI)I -r America's
first commercial jetliner spanned
the Atlantic from Baltimore to
Brussels Friday in 7 hours 19
minuies.
Pan American World- Airways
clipper America a sleek luxury
f.ner swept across the 3,900
miles at an average, speed of 540
miles an hour.
It was the first commercial let
plane to link the two continents.
British overseas Airways uorp.
has been flying Comet jet IV air
liners between New York ana
London, England, for two weeks.
Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower signal signalled
led signalled the dawn of the U.S. com commercial
mercial commercial jet age by christening
the America at ceremonies in
Washington Thursday.
The giant silvery craft then
streaked the 40 miles to Baltimore
in 7 minutes. There it picked up a
erouo of American government
and newspaper executives for the
non-sup mgni io ocusse us
four lets generating 14.000
nounds of thrust apiece,, the
America sped down the runway of
Baltimore's Friendship? Airport.
Gathering tremendous momentum
the plane was airborne at 7:53
p.m. '.
Seventeen minutes later, Phil Philadelphia's
adelphia's Philadelphia's lights winked below the
left wing. Another eight minutes
and the brieht lights of New York
flowed Manhattan's identity high
into the sky. Now the America-
was gliding through the star lit
sky at 25,000 feet. This was in
deed a magic carpet.
within the nlane there was no
sense of motion, no vibration. It
ompH as if vou were relaxing in
an overstuffed chair looking
nut at the world through picture
window in your living room. The
treht was magnificent ton aerial
oioneering. A sliver of moon
hung in the star-studded sky.
- Virginia M. Flesher, Mrs. Alphon-
se a. ureene, mrs. carmen rvnuwi
es, Mrs. Edward- Sidberry, Miss
Sheri Goeser, Miss Donna Brlg Brlg-andi
andi Brlg-andi end Miss Margy Hurtado.
Arts and crafts: Mrs. Natalie Grif Griffin;
fin; Griffin; SFC Norman K. Cbgg Clev..
eland Thompson. .Mrs Forence M.
Jagee, Mrs Dorothy Bodemer.,
Mrs. Florence Cole, Mrs. Bettty
Pugh, Mrs. Dorothy Ashton, Mrs.
Tjve McDaniel. Mrs; K. F. Goesn-
er, Mrs. Mary jsasiwooo, mr,
Maxine Morris, Mrs,- Ethel Snee,
Mrs. M.Ri Broadbent. Mrs, Melba
McClish and Mrs. Rosemary Calk
Mrs. Priscitla Readei Cdr. John
M. Reade and Mrsi Ei Drew as
.uuii in th r.ittl Theater eroun
and James H. Wittrup assisted in
the Vlfle club.. ?
The uroiram Is is partially fin
anced by an allocation" from the
Canal Zone Summer Recreation
Board (U.S. communities), which
is one of the 17 agencies again
participatiB la the United Fund

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VIC HERR, Balboa feigh School music director, is on the re receiving
ceiving receiving end of a Syjnphony for Sponges as James Ward and
Grace Hehsler make him face the music at the Balboa Teen
Fair last night.

Far;pelowus, lightning flashed.
Someone mght be having some
worried moments flying through
that. But noi us, now flying at
38,000 feet All was serene. So
smooth was the flight that you
could place a full glass of water
on the arm of your chair without
raising a -jpple in it.
The dawn was an upricot glow
ajs the coast of Ireland drew clos closer.
er. closer. And up here, you could say
" 'Baby, it's cold outside" and be
so right. For outside the window
the temperature was 74 degrees
below zero.
London looked gray belov us.
Then appealed the white cliffs of
Dover, the French coast, and soon
neat little Belgian farms. Brus Brussels
sels Brussels and its world's fair looked up
from off the left wing.
The America,' its historic flight
ending, descended through the
arch of a double rainbow a
happy augury.
The time was 3:12 a. m.
as the wheels touched-down. A
new era was born.

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THAT'S THE ARM OF THE LAW wielding that hammer mighty effectively at the Teen Fair.
Policeman A. L. Blystone pounded the nail home In four easy blows, better than par M the
course.) The Teen Fair la in full swing again tonight at the Balboa Teen. Club, from 5 o'clock
till 11 o'clock. ; "
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Teen Fair Crowd
Awes Organizers
Organizers of a-H'Teen Fair" at
its opening night bast night at the
Balboa Teen Clulj were staggered
when instead of ? the anticipated
few hundred turning up, over 2, 2,-000
000 2,-000 people cramnjed into the club.
It was packed? so tight that it
took half an hoiir to walk from
the back door to the front door of
the club. ;
Estimates are that if tonight's
fair is as well patronized as last
night's, $2,000 will go into the Teen
Club kitty. The club building was
started last November and the
club was opened this summer but
part of the building including the
ballroom is nbj, finished yt.
Work yet to be done will cost a a-round
round a-round $3,000.
Prize winners 4a st night were:
I. C. M. Fadden, Curundu, two
round trip tickets-to Mexico Via
TACA 2. Mrs. Lee Trower, two
round trip tickets to David via
COPA; 3. B. Sandar, Panama,
three' portraits by Charles Belden.
The chairman of the Teen Club,
Mrs; Rose Casey said today "pco
pie gave out fair wonderful send
off, I want to thank every one of
them,'!

Friendly Approach

Seems
Getting

Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter is greatly dis disappointed
appointed disappointed that his good intentions to set out a friendly
approach to CZ-Panama economic relations "seem to be)
getting lost in an argument on controversies at the gov
ernment level."

n speaking to a group
Wednesday night Potter said

was a gold mine for any Panamanian, businessman who
cared to hustle, and to meet CZ standards of quality.

His remark to the effect

produce a product of adequate quality, he did not see
what it mattered to Panama where the Zone then bought

the product it wanted, brought a stream of editorial and

other criticism accusing the Governor of sponsoring open -violation
of one of the clauses of the 1955 Remdn-Eisen- 1

howertreary. j
The treaty clause in question is one which, accord
ing to Potter's critics, names the US as the only other per-
missable source of supply, provided it is "feasible" to
procure the goods Stateside. : r
' Itafnr Ifnvini feirVt fnfe !4ftMir-pAf La

winwwv w mw mi innrnrr uxiwun ViOiMSMIIIcn IU PC On U
businessman-to-businessman basis, Virhouf debate on
treaty matters. On such matters he necessarily followed
the US position.
Potter also recalled that in his Sept. 26 letter td the
Chambei of Commerce, which paved the way-for ...the
Wednesday meeting, he wrote that "if it (his letter) mere merely
ly merely causes argument, then it has served no useful purpose."

Potter left today on an official
business trip to the States, dur during
ing during which he will attend a gen general
eral general meeting of the Pacific
American Steamship Association
to be held In San Francisco.
He will be accompanied on his
trip by U. Col. R. D". Brown, Jr.,
engineering and construction di director.
rector. director. During his absence, Col. John
D McElheny will act as Gover Governor.
nor. Governor. E. M. Browder, Jr., will act
as engineering and construction
director during Brown's absence.
The two Canal officials plan
to return to the Isthmus within
about a week.
An El Panama America edi editorial,
torial, editorial, charging- Potter with
"insisting on an error" in the
light of the treaty, said that
the root of the matter" is that
the Canal Zone wants to con-

To Be
Lost'

of Panamanian businessmen
the Canal Zone market
that, if Panama could not
tinue to have the right to buy
freely in aav country In the
world items Ivhich enter
Zone free of duty.
the
"This (dutyfree) nrivlieira i
not enjoyed by the residents of
the United States, nor by those
of Panama.
"And In the new treaty what
was precisely intended was to
prevent the Canal Zone from
continuing in the privileged po positionthe
sitionthe positionthe only one in the world
of supplying Itself from any
pan, or me worm witn lmDorted
items .free of duty.
"It was intended to eouallzs
the residents of the Canal Zone
with the residents of the United
States and with the residents of
Panama." ..
Focal point of Panamanian
criticism was the Canal Zone's
periodic purchases of New Zea
land and Australian beef. :
In his Sept. 26 letter to Pan-
ama Chamber of Commerce
president Gustavo Trius. Potter
stated that In Fiscal year 1958
the Panama Canal bought from
the Panama abattoir some t.-
341,350 pounds of chilled, dress dressed
ed dressed beef, but for various reasons
had to reject 419.650 pounds, of
20.5 percent of the animals
slaughtered for sale to the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal during that year.
By contrast with the 419.650
lbs. of Panamanian meat re rejected
jected rejected for being sub-standard
in various respects. jinJy 81.020
pounds of Australian and New
Zealand beef were boueht by
the Canal Zone during: the, nerr
lod.
Panamanian comment on
Potter's Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce speech has focused
principally on hl "-frepdont of
uvnr" viewpoint In regard
t he freav, ,-
There has been scant. If anr
comment, on such other of pot potter's
ter's potter's TX'nti as:
fin not Wnrt in anv way
to back up on the hhih stand stand-ords
ords stand-ords whi'-h tn nnst, vearx we
have, att tried for food products
in tA United STtes."
"trb C"1 Zone Is a e:oM
mln (for Pnpma bu it ii
f"fi?m,nt"v iwrori" for anT

nation to rest -IN whole eron
omi" fnre upon one product
or area."
- wWhy. wasn't" Panama's sur
plus of milk last year made in
to an acceptable dried milk pro product
duct product to sell to the Zone, which
buys a million pounds of 4rlea"
milk' yearly T','.vii -,' .,
"There ts nothing lnAths
treaty about payin US waaei
to everybody.''. '7,f. -V..-."..1
"Wages in the Canal Zon
are between 200 percent and 3
percent higher than (for equl 1
Talent johs) la Panama,"
, ...'I

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FAGS TWO

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWSPAPES
SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1951 r-

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MU-iay lattaia ara avbluhta1 ia tha ar4a racanarf.
Platte tn la kaaa tha tartan limitad to ana P9 lanath.
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r TVut Mwaaaaar iiiumii ae raipentibilihr lei ilalamanH ei eplniem
ayrassed m letter tram leaden.
THE MAIL BOX

B.H.S. SCHOOL SPIRIT
"ii -i
" I would urge all worried parents, and BHS principal Ted Hotz
in mnnnnii. oil .if rhx (nr t.hp artinn of a lew of the students. I

would urge Ihese same people to
credit is due. 1 think the players ao

, But why should we have school spirit? It's fine for the boys on
the football learn to have it, but how about the rest of us? Principal

HoXz would not giv us a pep rally for the biggest game oi me yrsi,
the Jamboree at Mt. Hope Stadium.
If the parents want so much to worry about is, 1 suggest they
do' as they sit m theiv nice, air-conditioned offices while we sit in
our nice, hot school, with planes constantly passing low overhead
ma.-hino: Hriiiini, niit.irl till it sounds as if we are in a dentist s

chair. All these aids to education give us a headache, so they don't
give out aspirins in the clinic any more.
There ha? been outside criticism of our football team because

we lost the game asjainst the Athletic Club. AC has a neavier team
than ours, and their players have been playing football for years.
If anyone wants to complain about a football team not doing as well
as expected, may I recommend the CHS Tigers at their last meet meet-ingwith
ingwith meet-ingwith Junior College. .... ..
Getting down to a few other published complaints, is BHS the
onlv school with students who drink? Is CHS too much purer?
And what about the post game training diets of the Junior Col College
lege College and Athletio Club football teams?
Bulldog.

SANTA CRUZ SPIRIT

Sir:

as any other school on the Canal Zone, but as a parent I am getting!

tired of hearine from mv children of three of four fights every dis dismissal
missal dismissal period. Most of these disturbances, as I hear it, are over what
the teachers mav let the children do. and what.thev may not let them
do. Well, sometimes children can get too demanding, and sometimes
teachers can get too strict, but I have a feelin" that somewhere in
this Santa Cruz situation a little tact and sympathy for the kids could
go a long way towards keeping the peace.
Parent

SCIENCE MARKS
There is a Pacific-side science teacher whn does not grade right.
He found that he had mad a mistake in checking the paoers of our
last W. an- iH he would rhange the grade on the oanpr. This
wouH hR'-e helned manv students set a h'her grade. Good luck to
him oh his next exam; I hope he grades right.

E
ei-.

I am assuming. "Anxious ror My unnaren (Man box, uti.
14) was referring; In his dumbfounding letter to the Junior
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) class being conducted
at Balboa Hieh School. He states, and I quote, "Does anyone
In a responsible position know this goose steeping Is going on?
I should say so. Everyone from the local school officials ud to
the Department of the Army in Washington, D.C., knows what
is going on. I'm not referrlne to the "goose stepping," as "Anx "Anxious
ious "Anxious for Mv Children" calls It. but I am referring to the usual
training program the Department of the Army and local schools
officials set forth.
If he did see the kids "goose stepping" It was strictly on
their own. I kndw students will attempt to do German or Eng English
lish English tynes of dismounted drill to compare it to the U.S. type of
marching. This may be what he saw. I don't know.
The grourj of students he observes were probablv just be beginners
ginners beginners learning ihe art of handling the M-l rifle. This Is the
rifle referred to as "Spanish American war vintage." It Is also
the rifle used In World War il and Korea, and also round the
world today bv the Armed Forces of the U.S.
These students, were also probably just learning how to
march and execute commands together, which would account
for all the "bumping Into each other." It is impossible to teach
this subject without somebody noofing and goln In th wrong
direction. Until the students learn, which comes only with
practice they will be' "bnmrjlng into each other."
Does "Anxious for Mv Children" object to the fact that the
students are taught a little respect? I wonder If perhaps he
objects also to the discipline they are taught.
The ROTC also teaches leadershio and responsibility,
which are definite assets to the Individual as well as to the
community. It also teaches a person how to get along with
others and to work as a member of a team.
This teamwork is the same as a person would get playing
football basketball and various other types of sports, not in including
cluding including 'bineo, which is illegal in many parts of the States.
I would encourage any male BHS student to take ROTC
durine his high school years. The lessons he will learn will ben benefit
efit benefit him the rest of his life, to say nothing of the advantages
he will have If and when his time comes to serve In the Armed
Forces
I had three ye&rs ROTC in high schqpl. and I'm glad that
I did. It taucht me a lot. and put me just that much ahead of
the next man.
Stateside Graduate

FIVE AND TEN

Sir
You rerentlv published a picture of a U.S. citizen receiving
a 10-year service pin. The lucky (and high-ranking) employe,
looked mighty satisfied with himself. What's he so excited a a-bout?
bout? a-bout? Practically every colored employe in government service
on the Zone has more than 10 years service.
I presume those "Five and 10" medals are a publicity gim gimmick,
mick, gimmick, and that for the next year or so we will have to suffer
an avalanche of such photos in the local papers. Fellow name
of Peron hM a word for this kind of nonsense "Little deeds
by little men."
y Not Medal Happy

PANAMA

CAIS FILL YOUR NEEDS!

give our football heroes credit where

a wonaenui juu tuua.um6
need of a PTA
Disgusted Student
STEPPING
AMERICAN

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL y
Gentleman Jim Hoffa, who neith
er gambols nor gambles,-nonetheless
is staking his position and
power on a winner-take-all toovc
which could well cost him the
Teamsters' Union presidency in
the next 60 days.
It will take all of Hoffa's steel
nerves to play this one through.
If he wins, he will be the leeal
president of the Teamsters and
not its "provisional" chief. He will
be rid ef the monitors. He will not
have to answer to Judge F. Dick Dickinson
inson Dickinson Letts' Federal court.
He will say, and have the histo history
ry history to prove it, that he was re-elected
Teamster president by a con convention
vention convention approved as legal an:
democratic by the courts them themselves.
selves. themselves. If he wins, that is.
If he loses, Hoffa will be but a
local union official again.
If he loses, he will be stigmatiz stigmatized,
ed, stigmatized, for the first time by the Fed Federal
eral Federal court, as unfit to be the Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' president on the grounds
that he has failed or refused to
clean up his outfit.
Jim. Hoffa forced this showdown
by calling for a new national
Teamsters convention. Then he
summoned at least 12 of his most
competent attorneys to a parley in
Chicago during the end of Septem September.
ber. September. There the heavily charging
legal battery dug up enough pre
cedent to provide authoritative ar arguments
guments arguments in court for the holding
of a convention over the objections
of the Federal monitors.
Hbffa and his colleagues told
their lawyers, who are headed by
Ed Williams, that they wanted ev
ery delegate elected and every
convention move made with abso
lutely unimpeachable regard for
the laws of the land andthe
teamsters. They then scheduled
the convention for some time late
in February, in Chicago. At this
moment they are negotiating with
two large hotels.
So meticulous are they that
when they noted pillars in the hall
they particularly wanted, they
realized that some of the deleg delegates
ates delegates might not see the stage or
hear the speakers from their fold
ng chairs. They then devised a
system of closed circuit television
to bring the verbiage and visages
of the Hoffa leadership to eve every
ry every corner of the room.
This they will do by hanging a
monitor from every pillar and
lest that reference be misunder misunderstood,
stood, misunderstood, I mead a TV receiver. Plans
call for 60 such screens to be spot
ted around the hall. Hoffa wants
no margin lor error or complaints.
For at the climax of that three
day convention, its chairman will
announce that nominations are o
,pen for Ue presidency.
e onlv Dlaee Von ran set a
bet that there will be ODDosition
will be at the rendezvous noint of
the next lunar probe rocket. Of
course Hoffa will be reelected.
If there is a convention at all, that
is.
There may not be such a dieni-
fied gathering. It is now in the
hands of an elfler of the Federal
Courts Judge F. Dickinson Letts
Within the next 10 days he will
rule on whether Hoffa mav or
may not actually hold a conven
tion-and issue directions for the
election of delegates from the 900
Teamster locals.
It is in Judge Letts' courtroom
that Hoffa will need his vaunted
nerves of steel. For, if the Judge
rules that Hoffa may hold the
convention, the jurist will be say
ing, in effect; that the Detroite'
has cleaned uo the union anr1
that there no longer is any doub'
about the democratic nrocessc
wunin me leamters national or
gamzations or its locals.
But if, on or about Oct. 23
Judge Letts rules that there shal'
not he a Teamsters convention
he then will be saying, in effect
that there has been no cleanuo...
He will be saying that the un'or
shall continue to Ve monitored hv
a three-man board. He will define
the powers of those monitors.
Among those powers will be the
right to remove officers who do
not meet their standards.
There is no doubt that the ma-
ority of the monitors then w;ll
vote to remove Jim Hoffa. He
will, of course, go into court. Un
t'l his final anneal is heard and
decided, it will be Judge Letts'
-ourt, and pot Jin Hoffa. actual
ly in the Teamsters president's
chair.
Tht modern square dance
probably started as early as
1650 when John Playford pub published
lished published hit book, "The Dancing
Master," a book of country
dances. In the United States
"country dances" with the
dancers in two lines, like the
Virginia Reel, were most com common
mon common In Revolutionary times.
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BROADWAY
Celebs About Town: Alf Uin,
ana t.ynn jontanne, connug ou.
or Ine Visit" stage entrance.
iiiey are j.'oadway s weal.hies.
larmers. Own 100 Wisconsin acres.
France iNuyen, wnoae queen-sie
bu.idup made her a star beiore
Worm ot iuzie Wong openeu.
(Vive La France!). .Princess
iaiia Tarzi (or Aignanis.an) enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the Central Park carousel
nn ner 4-year-old ugntr. mrs.
Richard Rodgers, just bacK irom
Greece, hearing uer nusbanu s
tunes for "Flower Drum bong
lor the lirst time. .German ac-
ress Karin Bay delighting swank
cafe-gaers by glancing at .ner
watcn in her gasier Anne
Bancroft of "Two ror ihe oee oee-saw"
saw" oee-saw" getting 2-dozen roses (no
card) niehuy in her messing room
She Wiet hLtt last month during
.ier vacation in Haiti.
Sallies in Our A ley: Two veter
an Broadwayi.es were depressed.
"What are we going to dD," sigh
ed one, when loots onors. is
gone" "Oh", comforted tne other
"t h e r e's always Lindy's Ren Ren-ben's
ben's Ren-ben's and Girls". .Arthur Sognq
knows a chorus girl and a guy
who can't get mained because oi
a difference in religion She wor
ships money and he hasn't any.
Memos of a Midnlghter: All that
jazz about Fess Parke: and Tina
Ixiuise being a Big Romance is
just pufflicity for their next pic-
ure. Marcie Rinehart is still his
girl. .Virginia McManus,, acquit acquitted
ted acquitted in that v ce-raid, isn't serious
about suing New York City for
Tase arces. and a million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. .How friendly can you
get? Time mag refers to the N.
Y. Philharmonic maesiro as "Len "Len-nie
nie "Len-nie Bernsten." (Reahhhllly?). .
Drama Critic Whitney Bolton, in
a cai- wreck, lost ony a lront toof.
. .Critic Brooks Atkinson debunks
rumors that he will resign next
May. .Alan Freed, rocknro'l
star, says Mrs. Freed divorced
him in Mexico (mutual consem)
but that he has not re-ma'Tied.
. .Society's Liz Chester Schell's
new beau, Cur. Swif, bough, her
a toy poodle. She named it Phi Philip
lip Philip in memory of another French
toy she once married. .Former
Paradise nigh club cut e Dorothv
Spence- and husband Wm. Tuthill
ended it after 16 years. She's in
Vegas. He's in Madrid forgetting.
Big Town Fairy Tale: Bob
Dunn would have you believe 'hat
he was an eyewitness to the who'e
th:ng. .A little reen Martian
landed his Space Ship in fron1 of
a kosher delicatessen on the Low Lower
er Lower East Side. He saw some Ba
gels in the window, went in, and I
said: "I'll take one of those!
wheels for my space shin". .
"Is not a whee1," said the man!
behind thi counter, s a Bagel.",
. ."No, no," persisted the Mar-1
tian, "is a wheel!". ."Look." 1
said Mr. Delica'essen. He cut the
Bage', smeare it witw cream
cheese and told fhe Visior to try
a bite. .'."Hummm." hmmm'd the
Martian, l cking his chops, "diss
vould go great mit Lox."
Broadway Underground: Sen.
McClelland's racket probe-s, stu studying
dying studying he Mafia, encountered a
shocker, especially for show fo'ks.
The sojons established 'ha' many
mob-backed jcyn's (fron ed by oth others)
ers) others) are hideouh for "necu'lir"
females. Two o them being prom prominent
inent prominent TV favorites. .Ted W i l
i;ams, the homerun sta-, chang.'s;
his lady friends iustl'ketha He
is currently aiming at Melissa1
Weston. .Add Dp- Invite-- wi j
ter Slezak antf" Jerome Cowan.
Their feud date? bick to "My 3 ;
Angels" In which both apoeared.
. .Rosallng Pa ge, the lark, will j
get a larje buildup from Epic Re-1
cording v execs. .Johnny Mathis
is very busy romancing Carmen
McRae (Village Vanguard) and
Thelma Carpen er (Cafe Bohe Bohemia).
mia). Bohemia). .Bardot's movies are ban
ned in Spain. v

Off-Broadway Story: He's in his.
iiu-2Us. Has a aegree trom Car Car-.iegie
.iegie Car-.iegie Tech. Gave up a good job
vkii a ball pen linn iO projuc
a play. .Ren.ed a theatec (for 3
years) with his savings. Tneu
oiared raising tunds to put on tnt
show. .Tapped his Kin, hu
riends anu acquain.ances for the
loot. .Hired a iormer schoo mate
.o direct. .They formed a troupe
of excellent players, most of them
unknown. .Heneairsed lour weeKs
and when the curtain lifted open opening
ing opening night they were broke. ..Tneir
play, Chekhov's "Ivanov," was
decorated with the most sugary
notices this season. .They help helped
ed helped young producer Dan ei HinecK
borrow $3,000 to advertise them..
. .The ads brought in an average
of 500 calls daily to the. Renata
Theater and the golden,. promise
of the Theater is once more ful fulfilled.
filled. fulfilled. .Giving hope to the many
youngsters who flock to New York
to make theirfortune.

State Door; Susan Hayward ii
Ihe only Hollywood player in W.
Wanger's upcoming picture, "I
Want To Live." Th rest of the
casl are from the B'way stage. .
Eileen Heckert (of "Dark At Top
of Stairs") will be replaced next
monlh by Audrey Christie, whom
fhe understudied in "Voice of the
Turtle". .Roberta Brown, pretty
brunette, who was in Ihe Copa
line, is the hatchick al Nino's
Continental. .Reccoding star Phil
Everly (Everly Bros.) m y get a
call from Uncle Sam. To help
keep the peace. .Eva Gabor's
"Lu'u" colleagues report they
he,ard her say: "Ben Gazzara is
the only man ever able to domi domi-na
na domi-na e me". .Lindsay Crosby dat dated
ed dated dreamboat Sandee Pres'on at
the Left Bank. .Diana Thomas,
harpist at the Sherry-Netherland
Lounge, is actually Jane Fargo
Thomas, heiress to the Wells-Far-go
stage-coaches.
Cast of Charac ers: Frieda Van
Rader, at'endant at the Embers
Fowe- Room, is back after a
year's leave of absence. She tour toured
ed toured Europe, the Riviera, Monaco,
etc. Lived in the swankiest inns.
Frieda saves her tios and goes
on a year's European binge ev every
ery every decade. .Maestro Leonard
Berns e'n lives only a baton's
sweep from Carnegie Hall. He ar
rives at the famed concert house
in a chauffeur-driven imousino
whenever he appears there.. .Hel
en Laurenson (she wrote "Latin'
Are Lousy Lovers") now owns a
Greenwich Village moving f i r rr
called The Padded Wagon. ..Abbe
Lane (Mrs. X. Cugat), once a
soxy redhead, now a soxy blonde,
who owns five $500 w'gs in avari avari-ous
ous avari-ous shades.
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New York
Club's Howard G. Rack, formerly
m iiadie ana Rank. He will play
or Princess Margaret Oct. 22nd
a Lonaou ai lae oavoy. . i e.ri
Stevens' recording of Irving Ber
.n s All Aione. .JacK & Ae&
aurant v344 W. 46th) which gets
i large play from ihe show-iulks
set. .Perez Prado's 'Guaglione."
Sounds in the Night: At Arman
do's: "She's easier than a iNoel
Coward heroine". .At Cafe L' L'-Aubei'ge:
Aubei'ge: L'-Aubei'ge: "As affected as teevee
French". .At Cavanagh's: "She's
a tween-ager. 'Tween 30 and 40"
. .At Boboli: "I feel sorry for
Debbie. The worst Torch is the
firs. one". .At the Penthouse:
I'll thank' you to keep your new
nose out of my business". . .At
the Tender Trap: "Eddie Fisher's
getting more space running a a-round
round a-round with one girl than Trujillo,
Jr. got 'playing )he whole field"
. .At the EdettRoc: A' new
woman to him is just another salt salted
ed salted peanut;"
Tracking Stations
Chatted Over Relay
Through Pioneer
INGLWOOD. Calif., Calif., Oct.
18 (UPI) Maj. Gen. Bernard
Schriever, commander of the Air
Force Ballistic Miss'le Division,
says America's lunar probe roc rocket,
ket, rocket, Pioneer, has demonstrated
that a space vehicle can be used
as a communications link between
two widely separated points on
earth.
In a progress report on the Pio Pioneer's
neer's Pioneer's 79,800 miles climb into out outer
er outer space, Schriever Said the probe
even though it did not reach the
moon as hoped "validates 'the i i-dea
dea i-dea of using space vehicles n'
various types to improve vastly
the effectiveness and methods, of
worldwide communications."
He said tracking stations at
Cape Canaveral, Fla., Manchester,
England, and Hawaii were in
'ouch with each other by using
'ie Pioneer as a radio relay sta sta-"i
"i sta-"i during its flight last week weekend.
end. weekend. The general said the idea of us using
ing using an object orbiting m space as
communications relav'.Tioiqt has
long been thought a distinct pos-
:biiitv. but that "th's was the
"irst practical proof that such a
ystem is feasible."

jiiain.iH.E;;.

. .; v iiii

MERRY

WASHINGTON Political melo
drama has been taking place, in
Harlem these days. Here are the
scenes and what's happening be behind
hind behind the scenes : t
SCENE 1.. Conzresman Adam
Clayton PpweU.one pf ; the only
, U r
iuui i-egio raemuerg oi ougrcss
introduces Congressman Ken Keat
ing, New; York candidate for the
Senate,, to a. Negro rally- and gives
him his blessing-Powell is a Dem Democrat,
ocrat, Democrat, Keating a Republican.; Nev
ertheless : Powell 1 comes out for
Keating, though t simultaneously
supporting Gov. Averell. Harriman,
Democrat, against Nelson Rocke-
eller. i-'fr vf ,,:
v SCENE r- Powell reverses
himself and Comes out for the
Democratic senatorial candidate,
Frank Hogan. He deserts GOP
candidate Keating. In fact, Pow
ell endorses the entire Democratic
ticket.
BACK$TAGE MELODRAMA
The chief actor who influenced
scene 1 was Vice president Nixon.
He didn't appear before the foot
lights. He was in the wings back backstage.
stage. backstage. What he wanted was to
have Keating, running for the Sen
ate, make a better showing' than
Rockefeller runnins! for governor,
For if Rockefeller wins the gov
ernorship of New York- or even
rolls up a sizable vote, then he be
comes a formidable candidate a
goinst Nixon for the Presidential
nomination in 1960. ze
Adam Clayton Powell, therefore,
operating for Nixon, tried to swing
the Negro Vote to Republican
Aeaung tor tne benate and Dem
ocratic Harriman for Governor.
Powell had started working with
Nixon when he first got into tax
trouble, in 1956. At that time, Pow
ell, by careful prearrangement,
had gone to the White House, and
made an ostentatious announce
ment that he was supporting Ike
He then addressed Harlen rallies
urging Ike's re-election. Afterward,
the Federal grand jury which had
been probing Powell's taxes got
word from Washington to side
track the Powell case.
Last spring, however, the jury
got out of hand, knocked over the
traces and indicted Powell regard
less of-Washington.
This fall, Powell, pastot of the
biggest Negro Baptist church in
the world, once- again was back
ing mxon s man. The Justice De
partment in turn was expected to
slow up or sidetrack the trial of
tne Congressman from Harlem.
However; the accusation that he
is playing politics with justice has
begun to get under the skin of at
torney general William Rogers.
Suddenly, Powell learned that a
date was to be announced this
week for his .trial. ,,.
, Suddenly, alsohe ihrew? Nixon's
candidate overboard, announced
for, the entire Democratic ticket,
End Harlem, Melodrama.
FRANCO'S LOBBYIST
(
The international ball is one of
the gala events of the Washington
social spasnn inn Kinnnv onoc
to the children's hospital, and so
cialites come an the way from
New York and London T
This year. Mary. Martin will sing
and the motif Will bo Snain Rnan-
ish dances, Spanish songs will give
me country of ueneraussimo Fran Franco
co Franco more publicity than it has had
since the Snanish civil wa
it was 1 not unnatural therefore
that beautiful Mrs.- Cici : Carusi,
patroness of the ball, should seek
our me $iuu,ouu lobbyist for Fran Franco,
co, Franco, Charles Patrick Clark, and ask
him for a donation. :.'
Clark was delighted to show

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Mrs. Carusi around his office with
pride, introduce his staff, dem-
onitrate ht tolt-n- u
yen showed no sign of displeasure
wuca aw., uarusi. as-ea mm for
a contribution. Sue'ppstinff h.'-.
ureW $1000 he wrote out check.
Mfa. Carusi. lurfv with
Of humor. tnntr tha rhaolr ; u,4k
- r T.m ;
thanks,- and was about to depart
when.. she ; ga ve. sent to, her hu.
"Left hope," she isaid i gaily,
this check doesn't bounce."
TO Inhhvl'st riarlr hi
. v wm ut
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"What do vnu man mo Win-
remark like that." he bristled
esDecially in front of my staff?''
v. uoi apuugizeu ueposit- ;
ed the check, thought no more of
the' matter. r
.Later she. got a call from Clark
Wantinff in Vnnur mhir h.
have to pay $30 for a ticket after
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tomarv. "Fvrvnn
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we couldn't get them in the haU.V
i am insuuea," replied Fran Fran-co's
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"If you feel that wav T'lt
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Mrs. Carusi" XT
Clark dppliried Nov -..-.-
however, Clark's secretary, tele'
phoned,
"Mr. Clark." she said, "wants
me to tell VOU that h ha
payment on. his check."
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De Gaulle's Success
In Aloiers Swings
French Leftists
. PARIS, Oct. 17 (UPD-France's
non-communist let was back'-
Gen. Charles de Gaulle today with
Stalin". -aw.fnnnri .init.r U
wake of his dazzl'ng success in
forcme Algeria's French rightists
to knuckle under.
Defeat ef the r!htit tt.mr,t
to stape mass protests in Algiers
vMraav a-ai-st "e GaHlle' d.
cisions touched off amazing
chaflPPS in Frnih nnlitina T Aff
ists who have long oooosed him
.f-v...M in.-, uingiii: iiiuvcs J
a giant step towards peace in -Algeria.
Yesferdav the rightists tried to
buck De Oulle bv calline for a
general strike and street demons demonstrations
trations demonstrations in Alfierr. They were to
protest his -orders pulling the Ar Ar-mv
mv Ar-mv out of politics in Algeria and
setting up fre,, wide-open elec elections
tions elections there, next month.
, Both the; strikyand ihe rjem..,
, n" Orations colltst. completely.
They met total public apathy at"
well as strong oooosition from the
Army leaders who have long been
the backbone of the rightists move movement
ment movement in Algeria.
The rpsult wa tn mo to hnna
wpra noiitner hi. nwMMtiM ...
here for peace in Algeria shine
brighter than ever before. The
French left responded at one
with cheers for De Gaulle,
PIONEER ON DISPLAY
x COLOGNE, Germany (UPD-A
model of the American Air Force
Pipneer moon-probe rocket went
"i display yesterday in America
House here.
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GRADUATES of a Traffic ITainlng Course recently completed In the Balboa Police District under tutorship of Sgt. R. A. Engeike (right front). Torty-seven
seigeants and policemen received certificates from Maj. B. A. Darden, chief. Police Division.

jfjA MOVIES-TELEVISION jf(
by Ertkint Johnson Hll 15

. HOLLYWOOD (NEAj Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively Yours: A movie western so
.ilt Tnhn Wavn hag to have

help-from Dean Martin and RicH

ky e;son as a niue oie wu wu-tamer
tamer wu-tamer isn't the only sign today
that the code of the celluloid west,
em has been buried on the Sunset
Strip.
Columbia is about to film n
outdoor action thriller titled "They
Came to Cordura" and unless
there is a big rewrite before fum fuming
ing fuming starts on Oct. 6 it will be a
milestone for Gary Cooper and
Hollywood.
This feDow Gary, see, plays a
coward! But. that isn't all. -Gary
Cooper, fastest gun in the history
of the movies, gets killed. Killed
daid, that is.
So there, TV, top that. With or
without commercials.
Carroll Baker-"Baby Doll"
is supervising the answering of
of her own fan mail. Mother Bak Baker,
er, Baker, who had the job, got "fired.
By Carroll. Over "Herman.
But it really was a case of Moth Mother
er Mother heinc lust too interested in peo

ple and their problems and giving
advice and getting 'carried away
and conducting Jenithy correspond
ence with people all over the world

Especially wiin nermaiu
Tarrnlt nulled the rug out from

mother's fan-mailing, she told me,
just before starting work in, "The
Miracle" at Warnef Bros. She was

in New York at the time and she
nri her husband left a theater

aH a man rushed UD to her. HtS

rm- were outsoread. and he

ahnnted. "Carroll. Carroll." and

lie aiH his name was "Herman."

"Well." said Carroll. "1 didn't

for the life of me know who Her

man was, but I dinn I want to ot ot-fend
fend ot-fend him and I said 'HeUo.'Then
he asked about our baby, what
my husband liked for dinner and
a Jot of other personal things and
Herman was still there on the side side-vik.
vik. side-vik. waving, when we: fled.".
Next -day Carroll checked Her Herman
man Herman out with her-mother.
"Oh, yes, dear Herman," said
her mother. "We've been corre corre-sponding
sponding corre-sponding about you for months.'
So that's why Mama Baker has
been demoted to practically a
stamp-sorter and envelope-sealer
while Carroll is keeping her fan
letters "friendly," she told me,
"but at least fairly impersonal."

is laughing about people wonder

ing if there is sadness in no long

er heing a star. He told me:
"Everywhere I go people say,
'Hi. Joe.' That's enough for me."

The old-time comedian s view
of today's fast-talking, fast-maving
"omics: "Thev all move too fast

They press. To last, like Jack

Benny, a comedian has to float in

waltz time."

Kids as Elvis Presley fans I ca"n

understand, but a school-teacher

f tha nrosiHent of a Presley fan

club? Well, that's what Clyde Cox

of Harlingen, Tex., claims to be.

He wrote me a letter, chiding my

misconceotion of the mf luonc f

Elvis Presley on our young peo

nle," nd said: "l am a teacher of
Spanish speaking beginners, but

many of the sixth graders of our

school belong to my Elvis Presley

fan nub. Thev have, according

to Clyde, "a tenderness and

thowhtfulness which only. Elvis

inspires in people."

Stamoed on Clyde's letter to me

were the words: "Magic Elvis in
the Magic Valley Ctyde Cox, Pres

idem.

Magic indeed. What I would
have to say1 to tf.!de'if ri.'onfy

knew more Spanish.

Army Personnel

To Attend Schools

And Conferences

Three men from the Panama a-

rea, two officers and one enlisted

man, are in the states or are pres pres-sently
sently pres-sently preparing to leave for arm armed
ed armed forces schools and conferenc

es.- v.

Already in the states is Lt. Col.
Wallace Martello of the Ordnance
Section. He is attending the spe special
cial special weapons employment familia-

riazation course at the Armed
Forces Special Weapons Proiect,
Sandia Base, Albuquerque, N.M.

After the schooling ends on Oct.

24, he will attend the organization

al analysis course at the Ord

nance Management Engineering

School, Rock Island, 111.
Scheduled to report to the Si

korsky Service School at Stratford,

Conn., about Oct. 22 is So5 Charles

F. Chaoman of the 937th Engi

neer Company (Aviatjon). Fort
Kobbe. This helicopter factory

maintenance course ends on Nov
19.
Mai. Frank J. Jansen of Head

Quarters and Headquarters Batte

ry, 4th Gun Battalion. 517th ArtU ArtU-lerv,
lerv, ArtU-lerv, Fort. Clayton, will attend the

U.S. -Army Air Defense Conv
mand's safety orientation confer

ence at Ent Air Fores Base, Col,
orado Springs, Cold, OcW 23 to

24.

29 Army Volunteers Begin

Orientation Course At JWTC

Twenty-nine volunteers from the

Army and two from the Air Force
this week began an orientation

course at the Jungle Warfare

Training Center, Fort Sherman.

Ten members ot the wavy vol volunteered,
unteered, volunteered, but because of obliga obligations
tions obligations received after the training
arrangements had been made,
were forced to withdraw from the
course. Officials of the 15th Na Naval
val Naval District, however, asked that
thev be allowed to attend another

such course in November, which

appears likely at thuts time.

The volunteers joined C. Com Company,
pany, Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, or the orientation course

sia.ed to last two weexs. wnue
experimental in nature, this is the

first course of orientation accept'
ine volunteers.

Sa'ected to attend the orienta

tion course ware: Maj. Ralph C

Sineer. Medical Corps. Technical

Services Pacific: CaPt. William H

Radentz. Dental Corns. Technical

Services Atlantic; 2nd Lt. Dave E.

Howard Mortar Battery, 1st Battle

Group, 20th Infantry; Sgts. James

H. Moulder and Dean raaovon,
Headquarters Company 1st Battle
Group; and Sgt. James R. Roane,
Headquarters and Headquarters

Comnanv. USARCARIB School.

Representatives of the 4th Gun

Battalion, 517th Artftlery include:
1st n Trvintf T. Shennard. Head-

nuarters; 1st Lt. Jesse "). Lant,
B. Battery; 1st Lt. Ross A. Kut-

Those bare backs almost back
to back' in the movie, ad sections
these days are rather startling.

Brigitte Bardot's bare back ana
Marlon Brando's ...MB's for the
reissue of "A Streetcar Named
Desire." Marilyn Monroe now
has a horse named Ebony stabled
at her Connecticut home. Saddling
up for a western maybe? Which
way did she wiggle?. ..Joe Brown

CHUCKLE HEAD

GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE
DETROIT, Mich. (UPI) Hart Hart-well
well Hart-well A. Johnson won ,a divorce
from his wife today after testi testifying
fying testifying she 'used her maiden name
and introduced him to her friends

' as Mr. Johpson, her chauffuer and

business helper.

APOLOGY IN ORDER

NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York. Times apologized today, with

tonaue figuratively in cheek, for

raluna Olean. N.Y.. "a bustling

industrial city of 23,000 alert resi

dents," a "sleepy-looking namier'
In a news story.
The Times auoted Olean Times

Herald, columnist Gilbert Stinger

as promising to show the limes
correspondent the "hot spots"

next time, he was up Olean way.

ARREST APPLE PICKER

KOKOMO, Ind. (UPI) -r- Donald

K. McDermotL 52. arrested for

picking two bushels Of apples from

an orchard, told police "I thought

l might .i wen get them petore

the frost did," j -v .;
TASTYIRE'w'i-

BLOOMINGTON, ILL. (UPD-

Al Jackson .called the: Fire De Department
partment Department when a fire broke out in
I' iv r but the smoke-eaters fouhd
the lire out when they got there.
, nksoii hid nut it out with a bot bottle
tle bottle ;or steak' jmucM',i

to

the

just p

U'a J edition

utl

oftfc.

Anniversary
Cook
Book
on sale

THE MOST COMPLETE AND PRACTICAL COOK BOOK

tier, A. Battery; 1st Lt. George

L. Suva. C. Battery: and 1st Lt

James D. Harrover Jr., Battery.

umere irom me 4in Gun Bat Bat-tliion
tliion Bat-tliion are: M-Sgt. Joe Milam. Head

quarters and Headquarters Bat

iary; srs Homer F. Cobb, O
Battery; R. C. Musgrove. C. Bat

tery; Ralph D. Eaton, D. Battery;
James Jackson Jr., C. Battery;

numer i. nomine, a YA. Battery

jonannes Hegefeld, C. Battery

ano Albert Johnson, B. Battery
A Battery; William A Litch Jr..

a Battary; Santos Figueroa-Cruz

d oantery; reax RuberNegron,

Battery; Harvey D. Seale, A
Battery; Bura H. Boswell, B Bat-

lery; auene S. Haislip, Bat Battery;
tery; Battery; David A. Feller, Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters and Headquarta-is Battery; Ro
bert C. Link, A Bat ery and Cor Corporal
poral Corporal William A. Arnold, Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and Headquarters Bat Battery.
tery. Battery. The two USAF representatives
are Sgt. Walter L. Goodwater
and Jacob Decker Jr., both of
Albrook Air Force Base.
This special orientation course
was made avaHable only to milit military
ary military personnel in th Canal Zone
by the 1st Battle Group, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, which operates the JWTC
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher
commandine general Ti s Arm v

Caribbean, is scheduled to present
.the coveted Jungle Expert Badges

iu uiune participants wno success successfully
fully successfully complete the -course of training.

Excerpts from a number of out outstanding
standing outstanding novels and travel books
are included in "Tne Book of the

Earth," an anthology placed in
circulation this week by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Library.
The book, edited by A. C. Spec Spec-torsky,
torsky, Spec-torsky, who is the author of "The
Exurbanites" contains both fiction
and non-fiction works of such va various
rious various types as Scotts' "Journey
to ihe South Pole," Steinbeck's
"Tortilla Flat," Marquis' "Mehita
bel in the Catacombs" and Bee Bee-be's
be's Bee-be's "Jungle Life."
"The Book of the Earth" is de described
scribed described by its author as "A col collection
lection collection of writings about the ear.h
in all its aspects."
The complete list of new books

and their authors follows:

NON-FICTION Part of a long

Story, Agnes Boulton; The New

Serve it Buffe i K. uroDacK;
CP. A. Law Manuel, A, J. Ooppo-

How to Make Money Make

Money. Henry Gellerman; The

Swanee River and a Biographic

al Sketch of Stephen Foster,

Fletcher Hodges; Mathematics for

the Practical Man, George Howe;
Papier mache, Lillian Johnson;
Modarn Applied Photography, G.

A. Jones; Frank Lloyd Wright to

1910. li. V. Manson; Are you uie

tenine?. R. C. Nichols; On the

Art of Livine Without Tension, Da

vid Seaburv: The book of the

earth. A. C. Soectorsky; and

Deskbook of Correct English, M
P. West.

FICTION Fire in the Bush,
Paul Bernier; Blind Date, Leigh

Howard: The Seasons of Jupiter

A. S. LaH: The Executioners, J.

D. MacDonald; and Final Expo
sure, Paul Mansfield.

ADDED TO THE VERTICAL

FILE How to Plan a Success

ful Children's Party. F. W. Keene;

A. Primer for Parents, Paul Mc Mc-Kee:
Kee: Mc-Kee: Visit Peru. Pan American

Union: Visit El Salvador, Pan A

merican Union; and The Seven
Keys to Betta- Faster Typing, U.

S. Civil Service Commission.

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Felix B. Maduro
Mottas
Morrison
Almacen Zig lag
Tropelco
Halman, S.A.
ZONA DEL CANAL:
Jewish Welfare Board
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Defense Dept. Sees

New Space Flighis

With Plane Targets

WASHINGTON (UPI) New

space flights, possibly to the
planets, were seen today in a De

fense Department order for new

rockets.

Officials said the Pentagon has

ordered two more of the Air

Force's successful Thor Able

rockets for launching future space

vehicles.

Meantime, in a speech Tuesday

night at Chicago, Deputy Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense Donald A. Quarles

hinted the United States might
attempt two more moon shots

this year one by the Air
Force and one by the Army.

Quarles told a news conference

that the Air Force, whose "Pio

neer" reached an altitude of 79.-

212 miles, was expected to try its

third lunar snot tnis year, it is

"within the realm of possibility."

Quarles added, that the first

Army attempt would be made be
fore Jan. 1.

The Army has declared it thinks

It has a "50-50" chance of getting

its rocket in the vicinity of the

moon if it gets a go ahead. A

Jupiter missile would be the main

stage of the Army rocket.
The two Thor Able rockets.

counterpart of the missile that

launched last Saturday's moon

probe, were bought several

months ago by the uefense De

partment's Advanced Research

Proiects Aeencv.

No definite plans yet have been

made for the rockets, tne or

ficials indicated, but they could

be used for exploratory trips to

the vicinity of Venus or Mars.

One official said the govern

ment wanted the new rockets on
hand because it ta'kes Wnger ,w
get a rocket ready for flight

than the "payload."

Dear Friends:
As I am continuing to make
improvements in my servica to
you, I'll have to suspend the
electrical services in the follow following
ing following areas on Sunday, Oct. 19:

Hour: 5:00 a.m. 12:00 noon
"Avenlda de los Poetas" (Barraza)
South Avenue from 16 West to
21 West Streets
"A" Avenue from 16 West to 17
West Streets
"B" Street from 17 West to 27
West Streets
16 West Street from Prospero
Pinel to Barraza
17 West Street from "A" Avenue
to Barraza
18 West Street
19 West Street
20 West Street
21 West Street
22 West Street
23 West Street
24 West Street Street on project
25 West Street
26 West Street V
27 West Street
Pedro Obarrlo Street
Juan Mendoza Street
Prospero Pinel Street from 16 West to
20 West Streets
Mateo Iturralde Street.
Jeronimo de la Ossa Street from 4th
of July Avenue to Estudiante Street.
Bocas del Toro Street,
4th of July Avenue from "B" Street to
Jeronimo de la Ossa Street.

Your electric servant,
K-LISTO KIlOVATIO

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meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.

Enjoy your favorite" fruits vegetables,
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AMBASSADOR AND MRS GABALDON HONORED
AT LUNCHEON AT UNION CLUB THIS WEEK
Another social event coMipnmentlng the Spanish Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador and Mr. Federico Gabaldon this week was a luncheon par party
ty party l iten at the Union Club by the Minister of Foreign Relations
and Mrs. Miguel Moreno Jr.
. Ambassador and Mrs. Gabaldon left the Isthmus today for
Santiago, Chile, where he will assume his new post.

Birth Of Hoovers' Son
It Announced Here
Announcement has been made
here of the birth of a son to Mr
and Mrs. Howard W. Hoover of
Inglewood, Calif. The second
Child and second son has been
named Randall Scott.
Mrs. Hoover is the former Miss
--i c.rnt Hmchter of Capt.

and Mrs. Richard C. Sergeant ofj
Balboa. The paternal grandfather
is Walter H. Hoover of Cruno.

Calif.
Fort Gulick Wives
Entertain At Coffee
The Fort Gulick NCO Wives met
In the lougc of the club this week
for a welcoming and farewell enf
fee. Mrs. E. J. Berger and Mrs.
W. H. Dodson were hostesses foi
the event.
Large red and green leaves
were combined with tapers for the

table decorations.
Members and guests attending
were Mrs. Nickey DeMaio, Mrs.l
Alice Flights, Mrs. Alvina Mills, i
Mrs. Sally Beckely. Mrs. Nora I
Perry, Mrs. Flo Henning, Mrs :
Virffinia Craie. Mrs. Martye:

Saunders, Mrs. Phyllis Cardwell
Mrs. Betty Vasilake, Mrs. Isabel
Santos. Mrs. Dotty Foster. Mr.
Anne Solis, Mrs. Kate Killup,
Mrs. Gil Brown.' Mrs. Terry Trask
Mrs. Nancv Williams. Mrs. Anne
Balcazar, Mrs. Jody Morris. Mr.
Anne Wilson and Mrs. Betty Lind
qulst.
Hand Blocked Cards
To Be Shown Sunday
The annual Christmas Card ex exhibit
hibit exhibit to be held Sunday afternoon
will feature a number of new de designs
signs designs hand blocked by members of
the Canal Zone Branch of the Na National
tional National League of American Pen Pen-women,
women, Pen-women, which is sponsoring the
exhibit.

The event is scheduled from
four to six o'clock Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon in the Little Gallery of the
Tivoli Guest House. Punch will be
served.
Mrs. Muriel De Young is in
charge of the exhibit this year.
Mrs. Dorothy Thornton is chair chairman
man chairman of the workshop committee,
which produced the hand blocked
designs.
Elks Pirty Tonight
The B.P.O. Elks are having a
cocktail party from five to seven
this evening in the newly-decor
ated lounge of the Elks Home.
A Latin American combo will pro provide
vide provide listening music.
The restaurant be open under
the direction of Mrs. W. H. Sparl Sparling.
ing. Sparling. All Elks and their guests are
invited to attend.

2

Itch aarica tar laclutiea in this
calumn shaiils1 a tubmitttd M
ttav-writteo term and mailt
tha ao aumbtr lilted daily ia 'fe 'fecial
cial 'fecial and Otherwise," or delivered
bund to tha aHice. Notices 4
nttetinit cannot at accented
taitphoaa.

MEETINGS SAT.
Baha'is ot Canal Zone
The regular adult discussion
class ot ine Bah'is of the Canal
Zone will meet at 10 a.m. Sunday
in the Community Building at Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. The public is invited to attend.

Sail For States
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O'Herin
and daughters sailed for the States
this week aboard the military
transport shin USNS Gibbins. Alt Alter
er Alter visiting relatives in Ohio, they
will make their home in Nor
folk. Va.. where Mr. O'Herin has
been assigned with the Navy.
CAMEL REPLACEMENT
TOKYO (UPI) Communist
China has reported the
production of an automobile with
s nrnnlW in the front and cater-

nillsr tracks in Ihe back for use
in the vast wastelands of the Gobi
Desert. The Communist New
China news agency said the car
has been tried successfully on
ndy stretches and high dunes.
The auto will replace camels, now
the ma.ior means of transporta transportation
tion transportation for geoloeists, prospectors
and other travellers in the Gobi,
the agency said.

Girl Scout Council Mooting
All registered adult Scout lead leaders
ers leaders are reminded of the C"nl
Zone Girl Scout council to be held
Monday afternoon at 1:30 at the
Tivoli Guest House.

TSEfJ MAKE fRlfJIOS

Mamie Pays Vislf
To Kindergarten
Of Her Childhood

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (UPI (UPI-Mamie
Mamie (UPI-Mamie Eisenhower passed up her
ihn't'i politicking yeste rdiy
and paid a visit to her old kinder
garten Instead.
While President Eisenhower
was addressing the Na'ional Corn
Picking Contest 10 mi'es outside
of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Eisenhower
went back to the Jackson elemen elementary
tary elementary School, where she attended
rindergarteii 55 years ago.
She comford a shy, frightened
5-year-old girl, chatted with old
trends, and beamed at a child
who held up a sign saving "Come
again, Mamie,' as she lef.
A crowd of 1,500 g-ownuos and
278 children greeted the first
lady. All but four of the schoo'
ch"4rrn were on hand. The ab ab-f
f ab-f '--re home sick.
Barr, 9, and Sandra
Su. A. started off the cer
emonies by presenting Mrs. Eis

enhower with a big bouquet of
flowers. Sandra, a third grader,
later answ :red "yeh" when re re-por
por re-por ers asked her if she had been
frightened. She reported Mrs. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower told her "Thank you."
Mrs. Eisenhower, who attended
the Jackson school for just one
year befoie her family moved !o
Bone, Iowa, then presenied
school officials with a picture of
her kindergarten class, date May
13,1903.
"This is from my memory
book," she said.
The school officials, in turn,

gave Mrs. Eisenhower two ma

roon school pennants, asked her

to sign the school s guest book,
and led her to her old kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten iroom.

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When someone in the room

with vou is reading or trying to

concentrate, don't keep inter

ruDtina with chatter or With

anestions that could wait.

Some persons can't seem to let

another person work or read in

peace.

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
.-V 1
by Dorofhy Killgallen

Muiic-Mindfd

Answer, to Previous Puxzte

ronoma Lino

Sailings
Dr. and Mrs. Ezra Hurwitz are
among the Canal employes re returning
turning returning to the Isthmus on the
Panama liner Cristobal which
sailed vesterdav afternoon from

New York, according to the ad

vance passenger list. Hurwiiz is
Superintendent of Palo Seco Le Leprosarium.
prosarium. Leprosarium. Other Canal employes and
members of their families sched scheduled
uled scheduled to sail on the Cristobal
tire
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley H. Bailey;
Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Camp Campbell;
bell; Campbell; Norman E. J. Demers; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph L. H. Demers;
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Felton;
Mrs. Robert L. Hackett; Dr. and
Mrs. Ezra Hurwitz; Mrs. Helen
McKeown; Mr. and Mrs. James
C. Reld; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
V. Russell; Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Schmidt; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
C. Tompkins; and Waldemar R.
Zlrkman.

"o pushing or pulling ..
no "guesswork" ever. .

n" Ill I lll
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ill! ill issasiismmiiTmnrornTn ii r o r zrr .- -a

I I I The Parker 61 fills

A local real estats agent assign
ed to hunt for a three-room apart
nent in the most fashionable sec
ion of the East Side tells intim

ates the tenant will be Frencn

mannequin Bettina, once the fav favorite
orite favorite companion of All Khan.. .Le .Legal
gal .Legal eagles at Capitol Records are
suing the Remington disc firm, al al-egjng
egjng al-egjng Remington's "Music Man"

cover looks too mucn iiae capi-

ol's. What makes it doubly hard
to bear: Capitol's platter costs
j. hi while Remington's sells for a
mere $1.49 ... Judy Church, who
was Wool worth Donahue's constant
date on the Continent this Summer
is still the number one belle in hit
engagement book now that he's
making the Long Island scene.
Grace Kelly may regret the
pounds she's added since she be became
came became the Princess of Monaco, but
her Philadelphia mother is reliev relieved
ed relieved to see her "natural weight."
Ma Kelly told a reporter writing
for the next issue of. Redbook Ma Magazine:
gazine: Magazine: "Hollywood kept her skin skinny
ny skinny because of the wide screen. I

used to worry about her. She was

dangerously thin. Now she has
some reserve."

Count Basie's jazz trombonist
Bennie Powell (the cute one on the

end) has become a benedict. The
bride is Evelyn Jackson of Chica

go ... Dolly O'Brien remains the

marvel of those who punish the

parque at El Morocco. Her latest'
starry-eyed admirer is the youth youthful
ful youthful John Cobb...For the What-Will-They-Thlnk-Of
Next department:
Ladies with Bonwit Teller charge
accounts may now put movie tic
kets on their bills. It's a special
"Roots of Heaven" offer, with a
chance for the little woman to
snag two on the aisle while she's
acquiring a new Dior or some oth other
er other feminine frippery.
Monte Proser, a veritable phoe phoenix
nix phoenix when it comes to rising om
the ashes of night club flops, ex expects
pects expects to be back in action on Broad
way again this Winter with his
"Tropicana" revue. He's said a-

dieu to Las Vegas.
The reporter who did such sav savage
age savage pieces on TV quiz fixing for
a national news magazine had at
least one very reliable source: his
wife won $1,500 some months ago
on one of the programs under fire
...The Sardi Set is agog over Pe Peter
ter Peter Ustinov's rumored asking price
to direct and star in his lust-finished
play: 22 per cent of the gross...
Lowe'l Birrell. supposedly on the
lam from the SEC and from time
to time reoorted in Cubi and

South America has been making

almost-secret appearances in the
U.S. for conferences with asso associates,
ciates, associates, '".
Singer Jimmy Dean is losing his
floor manager. Jon Stone, for a
couple of months: the chap's so
versatile he just can't be fieri
down. In addition to throwing TV
cues to Jimmy five afternoons a
week, Jon plays championship ten tennis,
nis, tennis, paints well enough to have
had a one-man show in Boston,
and acts in his spare time. It's

the acting that's taking him away
he'll olay in Maxwell Ander Anderson's
son's Anderson's "The Golden Six," opening
soon at the York Playhouse.
Back in the 1930's. Joel McCrea
bought a 2400-acre ranch near Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood for $50,000 with just $5, $5,-000
000 $5,-000 as the down payment. Just t
other day a syndicate offered th'e
actor so much nrr acre that he'd
realize almost $10,000,000 if he de decided
cided decided to sell. ..The Air Force is -ea-dying
an ingenious plan to photo

graph the moon at close range via

camera-equipped satellite set to

make headlines in the near hi

ture... Elaine Stritch will be guest

of honor at a theatrical party at

Brown's after her opening night

nerforniance in the new musical

"Goldilocks." Hostess will be her

agent, Gloria Saner, who owns a

large piece of the restaurant.

Mrs. Hazel Sharper, who made

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local headlines with her traffic tic
Kets, has become a journalist:

she's writing the shopping and

nignuue columns for tha weekly
"The New York Age."
Hal Roach Jr.'s aides hint that

he's in erested In buying a major

league nail club to. give bim some
thing to do aside from his film
stuaio and broadcasting chores ...
Singer Bill Hayes appears to have
another hit with his recording oi
"The Nine Lives of Elfego Bscs."
(And if you think there's no end
to the show biz gags about thai
nie, you're right!)
Mrs. Hal LeRoy managed to ar
range her dismissal from Hacken
sack Hospital in time to attend
her husband's celebration of his
25th year as dancer, but confid confided
ed confided to guests at the Roseland par
ty that she might have to bo back

for more surgery before very long
...The McGuire Sisters planned to
use a "hula hoop" number in their
repertoire when they opened at the
Chez Paree in Chicago but aban
doned the idea when it turned out
that Phyllis was the only one of
the three who could master the
hip-twirling art.
Lana Turner's gay appearance
on recent dancing dates indicates
she's recovered from the Johnny
Stomoanato-Cheryl Crane tragedy
...Writer Meyer Levin is apt to

take umbrage at this bit of b 'v

hoo" Robert Thorn, whose play

saii'ng To Kyrantlum win co

star Roddy McDowall and Gladys

cooper is being heralded as "the

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By MRS. MURIIL LAWRENCS

You can be sure that:

Your husband will soon tire of

telling you he loves you if you are
always asking him if he does.
The man you're married to may
sooner or later justify your suspi

cious if you don't trust him out of

your sight.
Buying you a gift will become
a dreaded chore if you make a
practice of exchanging the gifts
your husband brings you or won wondering
dering wondering out loud why he didn't buy
something you really needed.

Your husband will resent

ion u you are torever talking a

bout it or forever saying "my
money."
If you side with your child ev every
ery every time vouf htuhsn,. trie to dis

cipline ,him Jyou'jil, Joon havi tjiej

job of child-rearing all to yourself.
Your husband will soon learn to
'tune you out' whenever he wants
a little peace and quiet if you in insist
sist insist on talking all the time.

As a baby, when John felt hun hunger,
ger, hunger, his mother behaved as
though she felt it too. He'd wake
up from a nap to roar for relief
from his stomach's emptiness
and the'd rush to fill it. Sitting
down with him and his bottle,

she'd smile into his eyes, sharing
his bliss as the warm milk sooth soothed
ed soothed the hunger.
He was nearing' three the day
he discovered that his mother no
longer shared his feelings.
She was pushing her shopping
cart up the front walk when he
sDied a discarded lollipop half-hid-

vour'den under the hedge. To find that

The compliments other women
pay vot'r husband will be twice
as flattering if you are stingy

with yours.

If you keep talking about the
men you might have married your

husband will have moments of
wishing you had married one of

them.

it tasted like other lollipops thrill

ed him. It delighted, not just his
sense of taste, but his sense of a a-chievement.
chievement. a-chievement. But when his mother
turned to see him sucking, it in

stead of sharing his bliss she ran
to him snatched it out of hisi
mouth crying, "Where '; onr' earth
did you get that filthy thing?"
John fought her for repossession
of his lollipop. The violence of his
opoosition upset her terribly.
Yet if a little child doesn't ex express
press express opposition to us, he cannot
grow. It is through his opposing
feelings that he begins to develop
his own identity.
Out ot long experience as a
child psychiatrist, Dr. Frederick
H. Allen has written some very
important words for parents.
"Through giving AND WITH-

tne mother

son and the child gains thereby a
feeling of his own separateness."
I have deliberately capitalized
the words "AND WITHHOLD WITHHOLD-ING."
ING." WITHHOLD-ING." If we understand their im importance,
portance, importance, they can rid us of our
fear of discipline.

We have to withhold things from
children as often as we give them.
If, every time we do say "no,"
we fear that we are being mean
and -unkind, our "no" becomes
infused with anger at the child
who forces us to say it. This it
very hard on him. He may begin
to feel that there's something bad
about differing with other peopl
and, to avoid our angry "no,"
start pretending he feels no oppo opposition
sition opposition to anyone.
That's when we start having
real problems.

HOLDING." he says.

If you criticize the way your defines terself as a separate per- China.

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nusoana noes a joo wnen ne is

trying to be helpful around t h
house you won't get much help
in the future.
If you honestly and truly think
you have the nicest husband in
the world and let him now it
he'll do his darndest not to disap disappoint
point disappoint you.

BELGIANS MUST VOTE
BRUSSEL8, (UP) Belgians
voted yesterday for new town
councils for the next tlx yeart.
Voting was compulsory for both
men and women over 21. But not
all of the six-million voters, will
have to cast ballots. In 330 of
Belgium's 2,663 municipalities,
there are no elections ax thert
are no opposition candidates.
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TOKYO (UPI) The Indonesian
Antara news agency Wednesday
reported that Indonesia signed a
contract Tuesday to buy 65,000
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For the past two months Harnett St Dunn have been work working1
ing1 working1 and rehearsing rery diligently to perfect a forty-fj
minute show that they plan to do at the Ft. Clayton C.F.N.
Radio and f. V. Station next Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Many
now and note! dance hate become popular this year and these
hard working ballroom dance Instructors feel that the public

would enjoy seeing them.
They will use forty students ten couples ranging in age
from six to twelve and ten couples from fourteen to seventeen.
The program will be as follows:
1 1. The Freeze Novelty Jitterbug number danced by tht
senior group.
2. Cha-lypso Newest Latin Dance sensation performed by
Harnett k, Dunn. x

J. La Varsouvianna American Folk Dance by the Junior
group.
4. Jitterbug Speciality Danced by Brendlta Barnhouse and
Joe Reynolds. This young couple have been acclaimed by many
people as the best dance team in the younger set on the isthmus.
5 Bolero-Rumba Performed by the younger Group.
t. The Chicken Also a new and popular dance with tha

"kids". This is danced by the senior group, Harnett it uunn
and six and seven year old Temmle Rettie and Stephen Hume.
7. Boogie Mambo Recently the Mambo has been greatly
influenced by Boogie Breaks and Modern J an so the Cuban

have incorporated this styling in tneir mmno nence us
name Boogie Mambo. In its more modern form the Mambo has
enjoyed a greater surge to popularity.

I. Hand Jlte Another new novelty number danced'by tha
smaller group where the hands execute various motions to
Swing rhythm while the feet art. constantly doing the basic.
9. Turkey Trot The dance hit of the "twenties" and will

be performed by the senior group featuring Sheila Holcroft and.

Andrew Hlnley. This talented young coupie received mucn ap applause
plause applause at tha recent Harnet It Dunn Dance Jamboree where

they introduced this number.
Following the old time Fo-trot Harnett It Dunn will do tht
smooth and modern "Trot" called The Slicker Fox-Trot. The
intricate dance patterns and English quick-step have made this
dance a popular favorite with all good ballroom dancers. All
contests In the Fox-trot are based on this styling.
10. The Hop This Is the finale where both groups will
perform to a novelty Jitterbug rhythm.
The show was directed by Mr Dunn and all choreography
work was done by Miss Harnett. The following students will
participate in the show: Sheila Holcroft, Andrew Hlnley, Janl
Wilson, John Bundy, Donna Searle, Thomas McGrAw, Linda
Cash, Danny Aleman, Temmle Rettie, Stephen Hume, Sandra
Cash, Ray Duncan. Dolores Barnes, Bar! Schoch, Su Su Schlat Schlatter,
ter, Schlatter, Tommy Starkenburg, Bonnie Crowell, John Scott, Janis
Brogle, Lewis Enkelke, Valorie Spencer, Rox Chase, Donna
Trasavage, Robert Chandler, Irene Haseman, George Sllvas,
Susan Unrau, Buttons Starkenburg, Maria Fernandei, Fred Fer Fernandas,
nandas, Fernandas, Donna Grady, Douglas Prtester, Bonnie Bell, Erto Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, Teresa, Aleman, Bill Enkelke, Phyllis Crooks, Douglas
Crooks, Brendlta Barnhouse and Joe Reynolds. Advt.

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Margarita. Canal Zone
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'dunda School
Mornina Worship
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Guiana Street
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14th Street, Phone 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
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Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Pastor's phone 2-1486
Church office 2-3236
9:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m.-Worship Service Church
Time Story Hour for Kindergarten
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Cradle Roll and Nursery.
. 6:00 p.m.-Post High Fellowship.
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Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res 3-1498
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Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a m. Morning Worship
Ni.r ei- foi Infants and small chil children.
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615 pm Youth Fellowship,
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ST. MART'S CHUKCH Balboa
Sunday Mamsas: 7:00. :00. 10.00 and
12:00 a.m
Holy Day Maaaea: iii. m '00. 115 a n
nd 5:00 p.m
Confessions: Saturday. 1:30 te 5:00
and 7:00 to t:00 p.m Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:00 to g:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7 JK pan.
on Monday
Catecblam class arter tn I Ml csaas
on Sunday.
Hlgb school study Club t JO p.m. en
weoneeaay.
SACRE3 HEART An con
Sunday Masse: 6:55, 740 A 9:30 am
Holy Day mamas: SM am anj 5:00
.m.
Conteaalonai Saturday 1:30 te 5:00 and
7:15 In 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
sriaay cow p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 1HK gm en
Frldaya.
catecnlnoa Class: 1:11 to 4:45 pjm. on
Thursday.
OUR LADY. Of FATIMA Cnrundo
Sunday Mass at 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day. Mass at 9:30 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 djil an Sat-
urday.
catecniam Class i Saturday 1:30 to 10
son.
ST. JOSEPH Para lae
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 9:16 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: . :00 a m.
Confession.' Saturday 1:30 te M and
6:30 to 7:30i
Catechism Clam: Sunday 9:00 to 4:00
p.m.
Miraculous. .Medal Novenat 1KMI n m
on Friday.
(jonvert instructions: Tbursdsy l; w
p.m.
ST. VINCENrs Panama City
Sunday Maases: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv Ik MauM! a30 inH ft fWl hm
(It It falls on Saturday the UunH in
:oo and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
I :uu to s :uo D.m rnursaa vs baiora First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tlona of the Cross: Friday 7:10 D.m.
Catechism Class: After 9:30 mass on
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Clam. 6d0 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S tocoU
Sunday Mass: 8:30 am.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 a. m. (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class : 3:30 te 6:00 p.m. on
Monday
Confessions: 1:00 to 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST., JOHN BAPTIST OB l-A SAIXg
Farque Lefevre
Sunday Masses 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Uavs Mass: 6:30 Mon., Thurs
Fri. and Sat, First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m
Holy Oay Masses- 6:00 am to 6:00
p.m.
Confession; 3:30 fte,l(.:3.Q and ,?:U0 ,lo
8:00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous aieaai nc
ovena
Friday 1:00
p.m.
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m on aunoay
Si. rHERESt-S La Boca
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.m
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a. m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:31) p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pm..
Catecnism uiass: i:is p.m on sunaay
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday
convert nam: :au p.m on jnuraaaj
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S Colon
ay Masses: 5:45, R:ou ana :ia a.m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 9:00 a.m.
and 5:45 p.m
Confessions: saturaay :uu te b:uv ana
7:00 to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. Friday 1:15 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m to
11:45 m 3:00 p.m to 4:00 pm
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m Saturday morning
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
7-00 p.m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Crl5lohsl
Sunday Masses : 7 :00, 8 00 and 10 :.10 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m and
5:15 p.m
confessions: Saturday 4:00 te 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m. After Rosary each eve
ning.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 pm on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 9:00 Man on
Sunday.
f irst Friday Exnosit on all dav durine
me acnooi xear.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Martarita
aunaay masses: 7:.iu, 9:30. 11:50 a in
rirst Saturday Mass:
Weekday Masses:
Sa .urday 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Nnvena
Holy Day Masxes- 7:30 a m
Confession 3:45 nm to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday.
6:00 a.m
8:00 a.m.
8:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
5:15 p m
4:45 p.m
7:00 n.m
Discussion Imufirv Group 7:30 p.m.
vcry rriaav
1st Friday Devotions ... 7:00 pm
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 7:00 pm
ST VINCENTS Ralnhow City
Sunday Maraess: 6:30 am. and 8:00
a m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m and 6:00
0 m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 nil liw t
8:00 p.m Saturday.
catecnism ciase: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Class every
Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena
nn Tuesday.
7:00 D.ro
Sirred Heart Novena :
Friday
7:00
IMMACULATR CONCEPTION
Sundav Mnw 8:15 a.m
Uatdn
Holy Day Mass: 6 AO p.m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 1:00 p m. on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Clerhlm Claw 4:00 o m nn Mnnrlav
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gamttoa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 9:30 am.
Holy Day Mssa: 6:00 a.m. and 6:00
n.M
Confeaaldn Saturday at 1.00 p.m and
fur all evening devotion. .
Baptism by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:00 p.m
on Tuesday
Sacred Heart Novena: 1:00 .m on
Friday.
Sunday School 1 1:30 p m on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class for Chil
dren; 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Religious Instruction for adulta n-nn

ducted in Spanish)! 1:00 p.m on Mon
day
Convert Instruction by appointment.
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Episcopal

The Rt, Rev. 9V Hebe Goods. S.T.D.
The Vary Rev. Malnert J. Peterson,
S-T.B. Dean
ANCOnt. CI
THI CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKR
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 an. Holy Communion.
9:13 aan. Church School (Holy Com Communion
munion Communion 3rd Sunday 1.
9:30 a.m. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun
day
Gsvueia uorrumcai :i a m
HUM ajn Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:00 p.m. Evening Service.
. WIDNUSDAYS
6:30 aril. Holy Communion.
7. 00 pre stvenlna Prayer.
1
HOLY DAYS
4:00 an Holy Communion.
8:30 am Holy Communion.
DAILY
a. 15 a m. Morning Prayer.
17:00 Mto-da) Missionary Prayer.
COCOU
Church ol St. Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest in Char
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Family Prayer and
Church School 9:30 am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer
at Sermon 11.00 a.m
lay
month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion
9:00 a.m
COROZAL
epherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Chan
FRIDAYS
8:00 am. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
QAMBOA
St, Simon's Chutch
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
SUNDAYS
mon 7:00 a.m.
Church School 3:00 pm
EDiscoDal Youna Churchmen 5:00 p m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer
and Holy
communion
9:00 a.m.
7:00 p.m
Evening Prayer
Woman a Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS St THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m
Morning Prayer 9:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 o.m
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 8:30 a.m
Office of Compline 9:00 p.m
LA BOCA
At P.lar'a rhittrh
The Rev,1 John 'Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning prayer and tnurcn
School 9:00 a.m
mon 10:3(1 a.m
Confirmation Class 9:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Hdly Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 1:30 p.m
fHURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ... 9:00 a.m.
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L. B. Shirley. Priest in Charge
THURSDAYS
8 :30 a m, Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espav and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
8 '0 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt.
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNIIAft SUNIIAft-e:00
e:00 SUNIIAft-e:00 ., Choral Eucharist it Srmor
9:30 a.m. infant Baptism.
3.00 1 church School
(heio it Building 131
5:00 u.m Youth Fellowship
1 ) 1 m. Evanaon and Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 .30 0 in Woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting,
PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Chutch
the v.i, Lemuel B ghlrlev, Rector
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
SuNLA
6:00 a.m. Holy Comm.mton
9 00 H.m Sung Eucharist Sermon
0:4b a .11 Morning Prayer and C'hurcr
School
12:00 nic Holy Baptism
7 '00 i.m Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
8:30 a n Holy Communion
7:30 om Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
0 01, in Hoiy Communion
7:00 u n. Evening Prayer
I'HURMiAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 n, Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
6 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon. Ft P.
(Opposite Hotl Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
6:00 a m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m Morning Prayer.
9:0C a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m Church School.
7:30 p m Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. 6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evenln Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children' Eucharist
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
6:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
130 p.m. Complin and Meditation
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher's Chnreh
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev Clarence W Hays.
Priest In Charge
The Rev Clarenre A Cragwill.
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6 00 am Hoi Communion,
7 30 am Sung Eucharist and S rmon
1040 a.m Morning Prayer and Church

School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
9:30 p m Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
1 JO pm 1st and 3rd, Woman' Auxiliary.

TUESDAYS
6 JO pm Junior Daughter of the
King.
1:30 D.m Youth Fellow.hln
WEDNESDAYS
9.-00 a.m Holy Communion,
f 0 o.m Evening Prayer and Religious
InntructJnn
THURSDAYS
6:00 p m Girl Friendly Society.
8.-00 D.m 1st and Ird Sinalatiuia.
SATURDAYS
9:30 am Junior Confirmation Clam.
Other Churches
CHURCH OP THR NAZARENE
448 Frangipani St. Ancon CX
Rev. Elmer O Nelson. Paster
Box 397 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2-2602
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service 10:45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service 1:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... f 40 p.m
METHODIST
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Wesley.
10:30 mm. Sunday School.
1:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
Sunday 1 a.m. Paraiso
10 a.m. Paraiso Sunday School
" 7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 19th 9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wataon B.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday, Oct. 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa
ration Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:80
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
luesaay. uci. zist 7:a p.m. uins
League. Mrs. K King.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice.
CHURCH OP"THl NAZARENR
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: 3-1583
Sunday School 9:45 a m.
'Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7 :30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P.. 23rd Street East
Rev S. N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship 9:30 a.m,
Sundav School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masse 7, 7:45 11:45
Rio Abalo. R.P.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdaya at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays si 4:uu pm. win memorial
806 Balbue Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary. Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sundav School: Sundav 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 .m.
CURUNBU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldtg, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-5103
Sunday School 9:30 s.m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11 :00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship :00 p.m.
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praia (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey In provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St. West NO 1 r
rtnl Cticharlat: Sundav af 7:30 a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
:30 a.m. ....
Qnrmnt nt nncMnn iHaaiins ax
vice) First Sunday of each month at
1:30 o.m
Mount Hallbet Christian Chnreh
Panama R P
Rt Rev T is Tries D. D. Bishop
officiating.
Morning devotion 8:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 1:00 a.m.
Sunday School P-m.
THE CHRIST ADELPHIANS
Panama District
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sundav School s.m
Morning Service 10 a m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m
Divine Service 7:30 o.m
Visitors are welcome at all services
and classes.
BAHAI'S CENTER
64 First Street
Urbanlracldn El Carmen, Panama Cltv
Informal Talks and Discussion
Thursdays 8 00 o.m
Colon. th Front Streets
(nnstalr American Rstasr)
Study Classes Thursdays 1:30 p.m
R ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espslsba St.. Paraiso. CI.
Rev Waldah H Stewart Pastor
Sunday 11-00 a.m Worship Senrle
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7-15 n.m C.nsril Service
Monday 7:30 Vnimn People's Society
Wednesday 1:30 Mid-week Christian
F-lowshlp.
Thursday: 8:00 nrtoli Rehearse).
Frldsy: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
CHURCH OF GOD
15th Street. Parnue Lefevre
Overseer A. J. Anvlck
Sister C. F Werttes, Paster
Sunday Worshln 11:30 a.m, 7:30 o.tn.
WeV!v Service Monday, Wednesdsy
and Friday 7:30 p.m.
THE CHl'RCH OF GOO
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.l
Rio Ahsio
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sundav School 9'30 a.m
Morning Worshln 10-3A s.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
THF CHURCH OF con
7018 Tlehth St.. Co!"
Mrs. I,. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Knnrtsv School 0-10 m
Morning Worshln in-sj) a m
Sundav Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHtTWCB OP GOD
New Provider"
Mrs.' M. Mines Pastor
Sundav School Ifl'OO a.m
Momlhg; Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor. Jamaica It Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sundav School 9:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, C Z.
(near Din Mo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 39 Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phones: Home. Gamhoa 211
Church Balboa 4211
Sunday School
Worship Service
Youth Service
Evangelistic Service ....
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service
10:00 a.m
11 00 a.m
1:00 p.m
7 30 p m
1:30 p.m
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert t. Gusstch, Paster
P.O. Bo 86, Ralbo.
Sunday School J Bible) Class 9 a .m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
month.
Atlantic Side
Core Sole Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Illicit. Vicar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the
month.

Jewish

JawHn Walter soar a Bid im-x l
Boca Roaci Balboa; C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Wltkli. Director.
Servlc Friday 1 M am aaturiu.
:3l on
(See lutlna el Jewish sarviro
under Bnie Bases and Station 1.
Longiaaauon Kol Shcarith laraai A.
nida Cuba and 36th Street Stile Vista
Psnam City Services fM p.m
Christian Scientist
CHJIU11AA atlANta, OaOKCMKk,
ir1 Church ol Christ Scientist. Aneer
tM Ancon Boulevard
Kuida) H:uu, vVecinesda 8:94 om
Sundav School 9 JO us
'rat Chun i Chnat, eeteauai, LrMlobe
13th Street Bollvai -Highway
4uno 4cnnot 9:9n am
Sunday 11:00 am. Wednesday 9:09 p.m
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDt,
a
Preteatanl
FORT AMADOU
Sunday School 9:08
Morning Worship 10 oo
Church-tlm Nursery School... 10:09
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School iSuuiu..s .....
136) 9:00
Morning Worship 10:39
Thursday Evening Mid-Wash:
Service 1 :30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 9:09
PORT KOBBI
Sunday School 9:09
Morning Worship 10 JO
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hato .... 8.15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier' Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:09
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASS
Sunday School 9:3d
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 tt 10 4J
Youth Fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPIL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy communion First aunaay
of Month).
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:09
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass 6:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 It 8:38
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 it 7:30
Sunday 8:00 3k 8 2$
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mam 6:4t
Sunday Masses 7:45. A 9:00
Confessions Saturday .. at 6:00
FORT KOBBI
Dally Mass 6:15
Saturday Mass 9:00
Sunday Maases 8:00 It 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 A 7:30
roROZAL
Sunday Mass iv:
iiaannr air FORCE BASK
nailv Mass 8:00
Saturday Masa 7:00
Sunday Mass 1M It 12:0
Rnnlsh T:00
Novena ServlceTueday 7:01
Confeoa(on-Sturdy T:0v
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mas -v
Jnilsh
rORT KOBBI
Saturday 3:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday 7:36
a i RRnriK air rnnn basb
Saturday :o
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday i:39
ATLANTIC SIDB
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sundav School Bldg. 333 .... 9:00
Mornin Worship 10:38
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 353
Tuesday
KYBB Wdndy Post Chapel
Choir Practic Wdnaday
' Post Chsptl
7:00
6:36
7:36
FORT QULICK
Sunday School 1:39
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesdsy 7:39
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:30
U S, NAVAL STATION, Coco Sole
Sunday School :-
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
cf Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mas 7:00
Sunday Mass 9:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Sunday 3:4S
FORT GULICK
Sunday Masse 8:30 and t:30
Daily Mass 4:30
Saturday Maa 11:30
Confession (St.) 12:00 and 6:ao
U S. NAVAL 8TAT10N, Core Solo
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Mast 8:30
Sunday Mas 9:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass
11:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
.. 1:15
Greek Orthodo
Greek Orthodox services are conduct
ed at th Church of th Anunclation.
Via Belisarlo Porraa. San Francisco de
la Caleta. Panama City, ft P.. and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avnlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P., on jlternat Sun-
call the Office of th Army Chaplain
82-3119.
day at 9:30. For further Information.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services In all church,
as follows:
SATURDAY-.
Sabbath School 9.30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7:30 p.m.
Pacific Sid Panama
Pastor W H. Waller-Tel 26-3-3306
Cabo Verde. Ave J F de 1 Oeaa
No 17 Chnrr e 2Mb Ne 27 Pu.
ble Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
St. Rio Akaje Utb no. it Gam be
and rrlielas.
Pastor G. D. WultamsTel. d-616
Paster A. A. Gritxl Tel. tVltg
Spanish Churches Partite Side Panama
raster rororu uin
Panama. Call Darlen Ne. I
Pedregal ft Nueve Guirara.
Atlantic Sid
A. Jeffries Tel.
Pastor O.
CnlAn
88 426L
Cristobal English-lth Bolivar Ay.
Cristobal Spanish-1 sth A Bolivar Ave.
, Central Office:
0M4 Gavilan Road-Tel. 3-1859 I4I3I

$T CHRISTOPHIR
Parajua Lefevre
Tomorrow, the 20th Sunday aft after
er after Trinity, special "Tlunkggiving"
services will be conducted at St.
Christopher's Episcopal Church,
Parque Lefevre, in commemora commemoration
tion commemoration of the sixth anniversary of the
ordination of the Rev. Clarence
W. Hayes to the priesthood.
Born in the city Of Colon. Fath Father
er Father Hayes received his theological
training in the United States and
was ordained to the priesthood of
the Episcopal Church on St.

Luke's Day, 1952, by the Bishop
ft. Heber Gooden. On the day of
his ordination, Father Hayes was
appointed priest-in-charge of St
Colonel Al Gorgas
Goes On Active
Duly Al Clayton
Chief of the dental service at
Gorgas Hospital, Lt. Col Lewis F.l
Fontaine. (USAR) last Monday be-
gan a two-week tour of active Ar-
my Reserves, the colonel is al
second lieutenant in the Army Re Reserves
serves Reserves in August 1942. He has J
served at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga .j
and Carlisle Barracks, Pa. He is I
a graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh, and a native of Char Char-leroi,
leroi, Char-leroi, Pa.
He lives with his family at 21S
Gorgas Road, Ancon, and is the
holder of the Soldier's Medal.
Fontaine U a member of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Dental Association, the
Blue Lodge, Scottish Rite, Shrine
and the American Legion.
Following his tour of active du duty
ty duty at Fort Clayton, Colonel Fon Fontaine
taine Fontaine will return to his position
with Gorgas Hospital.
Baha'is Will Mark
Founder's Birthday
Tomorrow Evening
On Sunday at 7:30 p.m. the mem members
bers members of the Baha'i faith of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone will commemorate one
of their holy days by celebrating
the birth of the Bab, known as the
herald of a new era.
This day will be commemorated
by the baha'is throughout the
world.
Mirza Ali Muhammad, who aft
erwards assumed the title of the
Bab (Gate), was born at Shim,,
Iran, on Oct. 20, 1819. In his 25th
year proclaimed his mission of
heralding the coming of a mighty
educator, who., would qukkeaUi
souls, illumine the minds, unify
the consciences and remold the
customs of mankind.
After six Vears of Intensive
teaching he became the victim of
fanatical persecution and was pub publicly
licly publicly martyred at Tabriz in 1850.
Altamira Club's
Hallowe'en Hop
Set For Tonight
This evening tt 9 o'clock the
much-talked-about "Halloween
Hop" of the Club Altamira will
begin at the Balnearlo Balboa in
Juan Diaz, with Willie Moro and
hi "super" Orchestra.
The last of the fund-raising
drives of Altamira will not be
without Its reciprocal features.
In order to guarantee too fllht
service and moderate prices the
bar will be operated bv the
group's personnel, with "Titi"
Gray as chief bartender.
Spectacular get-ups, distribu distribution
tion distribution of gadgets and a unique
form of decoration is expected
t'- lend an atmosphere reminis reminiscent
cent reminiscent of the good old Hallowe'en
days.
MILLIONS FOR AUTOMATION
CLEVELAND,' Ohio (UPI) -American
industry will snend an
estimated five billion 'dollar to
automate its manufacturing and
data processing facilities during
1959, according to a study of 17. 17.-000
000 17.-000 plants just completed by Auto Automation
mation Automation Magazine.
n

NO COMMENT
Come, ee and admire the
NEW SENSATIONAL
1959 GERMAN FORD (TAUNUS)
Styles in 2 and 4-doorg in Sedans and Station Wagons
Economical 4-cylinder motors
Oil EXHIBITION TOMORROW SATURDAY AT
AGENCIAS COSMOS, S. A.
CfWNER OF Q STREET AND NATIONAL STADIUM
Phonss: 2-4586 and 2-4680 Panama

Christopher's Church where he
continues to serve.
The schedule for Sunday is as
follows: 6:Q0 a.m. Holy Commu Communion.
nion. Communion. 7:30 a.m., sung Eucharist
and sermon Father Hayes will be
the preacher at this service. 10:30
a.m.. Morning Prayer and Church
School. Noon, Holy Baptisms.
At 6:30 p.m., there will be so solemn
lemn solemn Evensong. The Very Rev.
Mainert J. Peterson, Dean of the

tatnedral of St. Luke, and long
time inena of Father Hayes, will
be the special preacher.
The community is invited.

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in news and entertainment
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9:30 SUNDAY aCHOOL (classes for all ages)
If you love to see God's Word taught in Sundav School
then you will be pleased with our S.S. Last week saw a
,1fwrecord attendance. So why not bring your family.
We have a class for every member.
1 1 :00 "ABRAHAM, HAQAR, AND ISHMAEL"
Listen to the life of one of God's great men. His life will
admonish, Instruct, and correct your life. God's Word
speaks concerning the Arab nations their origin and
destination. Know God's Word.
6:00-JET CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 "THE BLIND MADE TO SEE"
Christ was more concerned about the spiritual eves than
a man's physical eyes. His miracles were to open men's
hearts to the Truth.
SPANISH SUNDAY SCHOOL OPENS NOVEMBER 2.
Listen to HOXO, 760 Kc. "Panama Pulpit", Monday 9:30 pm

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8;20 & 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"MILLIONS LIVING MAY NEVER

Continuing In a series on Thessalonlans, Rev. Beeby
will preach on the rapture of the church. Dr. Blocks Blocks-ma,
ma, Blocks-ma, president of the Christian medical society will
participate in the service.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Robert Snyder 10:40
0:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
The early years are the important vears: be sure
your child comes regularly to Sunday School. A
strong adult department Is provided iot the Bible
training of all parents.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
In six departments there's training for "the entire
family. A trained Christian is a useful Christian.
7:30 "A PERFECT CHRISTIAN HEART"
Don't miss this special service. Miss Lucille Hearne
will report direct from Quito on "Two Girls conauor
the Aucas". Dr. Blocksma will give his testimony on
Medicine and Missions.
SPIRITED SINGING BELIEVER'S BAPTISM
Everyone Welcome Nurseries Provided

WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UPIV

The Civil Aeronautics AfV
ministration la purchasing altr
high-speed equipment to trans transmit
mit transmit weather reports fast enough
for the jet age. :;
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CAA Administrator James
Pyle announced today t h c
agency has awarded a $2,170,744
contract to the Teletype Cor4
poration of Chicago for pejv
orating machines capable of
sending and receiving 600 words
a minute. Teletypewriters print-
Ing 100 words a minute will bfj
used with the perforators.

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Held At Fort Kobbe

Boxen la the Panama Area are presently preparing for
the 1958 Panama Area Armed Forces Boxing Championships
to be conducted at Fort Kobbe Not. 3 to 29.
Smokers are held at Fort Kobbe every other week and
pugilists at Amador, Clayton, Army Atlantic and at Al Al-(rook.
(rook. Al-(rook. already have begun training as local fight fans once
again await the popular indoor sport.
This year, as In other years, there will be 10 weight
classes.
They are: flyweight not to exceed 112 pounds;; ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight from 112 U to 119 pounds; featherweight
from 119U to 125 pounds; lightweight from 125W to 132
pounds; light welterweight from 132V4 to 139 pounds;
welterweight from 13914 to 147 pounds; light middle middleweight
weight middleweight from 147 U to 156 pounds; middleweight from
156(4 to 165 pounds; light heavyweight from 165 W to 178
poifhds and heavyweight over 178 pounds.

1st European-Type
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SEBRING Fla. (UPI) The

first European-type Grand Prix

automobile race ever held in the

United States has been scheduled

here March 22, it was confirmed

Friday.

The Sebring Grand Prix was

originally announced in Paris a

week ago at a meeting of the
Federational Internationale de

Automobile.

The race of powerful formula-1

and formula-2 cars will be leld

on a Sunday following the annual

12-hour international sports car

endurance race on Saturday.

Race Director Alex Ulmann,
who originated the Sebring races
in 1950, said the formula-1 and 2
races had been approved by the
Federational Internationale de
Automobile, international race
governing body with headquarters

in France.

The Grand Prix drivers will
compete for points for the world
champion driver. In the sports car

endurance race, points are award

ed in the international manufac

turers' contest for -the champion

car.

In contrast to sports car races,
Grand Prix cars may be special
racers with none of the restric restrictions
tions restrictions placed on sports cars in en

durance races. Formula-1 cars

are limited to 2,500 cubic centi centimeters
meters centimeters engine displacement, non non-supercharged,
supercharged, non-supercharged, and 750 cc if super supercharged.
charged. supercharged. Formula-2 engine dis displacement
placement displacement is limited to 1,500 cc,
non-supercharged only.
Race Director Reginald S. Smith

of Miami said "the two-day racing

program . will be the most ex extensive
tensive extensive ever offered in this coun country.
try. country. We'll have the world's great greatest
est greatest drivers, as usual, on Saturday,
and now the world championship

race car drivers on Sunday."

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Kiphuth To Retire
As Yale's Swim
Coach On Nov. 17

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI)
Bob Kiphuth, perhaDs the most
suecessul coach in the history of
college SDorts, will retire as

Yale s swimming coach on Nov.
17 when he reaches the mandatory
retirement age of 68.
Delaney Kiphuth, the world-famous
coach's son and chairman
of the Yale, athletic board of con control,
trol, control, announced Wednesday night
his father would step down and
also said a successor would be
appointed "soon after Nov. 5."
The athletic board is scheduled to
meet on that date.
Kiphuth, born Nov. 17, 1890 at
Tonawanda, N. Y., said he will
remain in an advisory capacity at
the university which he served for
over 40 years. Kiphuth became
Vale swimmine coach in 1914 and
became a living legend on the
camous because of the succession
of great teams he produced.
KiDhuth, who insisted on the
hardest-conditioning program pos possible
sible possible for his swimmers, won over
500 meets and lost only 12 during
his 40 year career. 'He had 175 175-meet
meet 175-meet winning streak from 1924 to
1937 and lat lost to Army in 1945.
He coached U. S. Olympic swim swimming
ming swimming teams in five olvmoiads.
Asked to pin-point the most im important
portant important factor in making a great
swimmer, the barrel-chested Kip Kiphuth
huth Kiphuth replied: "Mileage."
A stern task master, Kiphuth
forced his candidates to spend
long hours at calisthenics and
muscle building before he even

permitted them to enter the
water. So difficult was this con conditioning
ditioning conditioning program that it was said
on the Yale cammis that the two

pools in Payne Whitney gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium are filled completely with
the sweat of his swimmers.
Tim Jecko. John Marshall.
Jimmy McLane, Wayne Moore
und Sandy Gidionse were among
the great swimmers he produced.

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World Champion Yanks Pikers
Alongside Pittsburgh Pirates

Mantle Of Greatness Not

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By OSCAR FRALEV
NEW YORK (UPD-The mantle

of greatness wasn't fitting too

snugly today on the shoulders of a

young man by the same name.

That would be Mickey Mantle,

who burst on the baseball scene

billed as a player who merely
had to go through the motions to
be swept into the Hall of Fame.
But Casey Stengel, his manager,
indicated in a roundabout manner

that master Mickey had better

get going.

Stengel named the three most

valuable players during his 10 10-year
year 10-year tenure as skipper of the
New York Yankees and, although
Mickey has been with him eight
years, the Mantle name wasn't
even third.
Old Casey named, in order, Joe
DiMaggio, Yogi Berra and sur surprise
prise surprise Hank Bauer.
"Bauer tries and runs out
everything," Stengel said. "Man "Mantle
tle "Mantle has everything to make him
the greatest but there are times
he doesn't look like it. The whole
thing is up to him."
Blasts Homer Fever
Stengel also had harsh words
for a "home run fever" on the
ball club and pointed out that
he's rather have a single that won
a ball game than two home, runs
at the tail end of a lost cause.
Mantle, it can be pointed out,
won his third home run crown
this past season with 42. But he
also batted a mere .304, drove in
only 97 runs and struck out a
total of 123 times which is his
all-time highest.
It also was the third time that
Mantle had struck out more than
100 times in a season for a total

of 776 strikeouts in eight seasons.
The flagrancy of this can be fully
appreciated only when you note
that it took Babe Ruth 22 years
to compile the major league re record
cord record of 1,330 strikeouts in a life lifetime.
time. lifetime. Mantle, at the rate he i going,
is a cinch to break the Ruth
lifetime record in another five
years.
Ruth never struck out 100 times
in any season and, when he did,
he looked good doing it. Mantle

merely fumes back to the water

cooler and gives it a wrathful
kick. j.
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Stengel Reprimands Mantle

Such a scene during one of the

recent World Series games at

Milwaukee drer a vigorous repri

mand from Stengel right on -the

bench. It was noted that the next

time he sat down, in a game in

which he went hitless in four

trips to the plate. Mantle did it
in quiet anger.
One of the reasons why the

Yankees got rid of firebrand

Billy Martin was that he al allegedly
legedly allegedly led Mantle astray in so so-iourns
iourns so-iourns among the bright lights.

But those close to the club insist

that Mantle simply wasn't grown

up and began to believe his press

clippings at too early an age

Somebody should point out to him

that, when he reaches 27 on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, he is no longer a boy.
In all fairness, he had a heroic

1956 season and, in addition to

that batting title, also has won

three home run titles. But only

twice in eight years has he

knocked in over 100 runs, the ball

players' own criterion of battirj
greatness.

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NEW YORK (UPI)The Yan Yankees
kees Yankees sliced their World Series
melon like world champions, but
i hey 're pikers alongside the Pi Pirates.
rates. Pirates. Maintaining their traditional
World Series generosity, the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees cut in such t part-timers as
Sal Maglie, Virgil Trucks and
Murry Dickson for huge chunks
in the division of the series spoils

made ublic by Commissioner

iord Fnck Thursday.
All told, 32 members of the
Yankees will each collect a full
share of $8,759.10 in the mail today
while 31 members of the losing
Braves each will receive $5,896.08.
The Pirates, who finished second

to the Braves in the National

League race, came through with

the most generous gesture of the

year and maybe even in World

Series history when they voted a

full share of $1,507.04 to their bat
ting instructor, George Sisler.
Not Raaalar Coach

Sisler. Hill "of Famef"is not
a regular member of the Pitts

burgh coaching s'aff but he puts

m long nours 'caching nrate bat
ters how to hit, is immensely pop

ular wi'h all of them and the size
of his share was a token of their
appreciation.
"I think this is the first time
a baiting coach ever was so ap appreciated,"
preciated," appreciated," Frick said. "I think
it's a fine thing."
Frick also said he thought both
the Yankees and B'-aves were
"very generous" with their splits,
n The Yanks voted a half share
($4,379.54) to Maglie al although
though although he left the club June 14,
three quarters of a share
($6,569.33) to Dickson, who joined
them Aug. 22, and full shares to
Trucks and Duke Maas, who were
obtained from Kansas City on
June 15.
The Braves listed financial
awards to several non-players, in including
cluding including door men and parking lot
attendants at Milwaukee's County
Stadium.
Duren Ctti Deduction
Yankee pitcher Ryne Duren will
find $250 deducted from his win winning
ning winning share as a result of a fine
levied by Frick for a "check-up"
gesture he made at umpire Char
ley Beery during the sixth game
of the series. And 22 members of
he Braves will find $50 missing
from their shaies for prematurely
disclosing how they voted to split
their money.
Both the winners' and losers'
share were the fourth highest in
history. The record high for a win winner
ner winner was $11147.90 each member
of the Giants receivedi n 1954 and
the record loser's share was
$6,934.34 set by the 1956 Dodgers.
A full share for the second-place
White Sox this year was worth
$1,518.94 and for the Pirate it
wast $1,507.04.
The third-place Red Sox rew
$995.90 for a full share while the
third place Gianls, who voted
fewer full shares, netted $1,031.14.
A full share for the fourth-place
Indians came to $518.61 and

$567.23 for the fourth-place Red-legs.

Editor; CONRADO SARGEANT

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Winning Bet Is Muscovite

Main Interest

Breed Improve

In Russia s

ment

Racing

V

By ANTHONY AUSTIN
MOSCOW (UPD-The Ministry

of Agriculture- conducts horse
racing in Russia as a "testing

ground for the improvement of
the breed," but just as in Ameri

ca, the Muscovite horse player's

main interest is in winning a bet,
From an official standpoint,

G a r n y r and Zaryad, the two
Russian horses which will race in
the $100,000 Washington, D. C.

international at Laurel on Nov.

11, will not be running just for

the prize money like Dourgeois
capitalist nation entrants. The

Soviet steeds seek a higher ob

jective. 1

The two three year olds are
"horses of the people." Thus when

Garnyr 'and Zaryad finished one

two recently in the Moscow Der

by, the importance ,of this from

tne boviet standpoint lay not in

the payoff at the parimutuel win

dows but m the future of the two

horses when they are stationed at
stud farms after their racing

days are over.
Horse Players Same

for while horses have all hut

disappeared from American farms

they still are much in use at the
collective farms in the Soviet

Union and are an important part

of the national economy.

But although "improvement of
the breed" may be the official
reason for horse racing, thousands

of Muscovites have other ideas

when they flock to the running

tracks during the summer and

harness tracks which operate

throughout the year.

The Russian horse player is not

much different from his' counter

part in Western countries. And

while Soviet racing is surrounded

with some controversy, in Mos

cow and half a dozen other Soviet
cities it continues to enjoy the

status it had in Russia in pre
revolutionary times.
Tn-Ruble fats

The ornate Moscow Hippodrome

is said to be 150 years old and

here on Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday afternoons; an average of

Sports Briefs

EMLEN TUNNEL RETURNS

NEW YORK (UPI) Emlen

Tunnel! returns to his bid slot as
safety man for the New York
Giants in their home opener Sun Sunday
day Sunday against the Chicago Cardi Cardinals.
nals. Cardinals. Tunnell has a consecutive
streak of 119 games.

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CHICAGO (UPI) England's
Cyril George Jones, a runn'l?
track builder, has started a sur survey
vey survey of soldier's Field to deter determine
mine determine the best type of track to be
laid for next year's Pan Ameri American
can American games.

10,000, with 30,000 on Derby Dtj, 2
show up for the racing-1 ;vv
The minimum bet ii ,10 rublei i
($2.50 at the "official exchan
rate).. This amounts to about two
hours pay for the average worker 1
and there is "win betting only..

ine usual net is tne : "double."

picking the winners of any two

consecutive races. Picking the

winner of just one race is "ordi

nary" .be tun g and since the pay

offs usually are so small, most
bettors go for the double.
Jockeys have a guaranteed
wage of 700 rubles ($175) monthly
augmented by a percentage of
the handle depending upon how
they finish even though there it
only win betting.
Baskelball Coaches
Predict Celtics
Will Regain Title
NEW YORK (UPI) Coaches
of the eight National Basketball
Association teams predicted to today
day today in a United Press interna international
tional international poll that the Boston Celties
will regain their pro champion
ship and that Elgin Baylor of the
Minneapolis Lakers will be rookie-of-the-yesr.
The coaches polled by UPI just
before Sunday's start of the new
NBA season, unanimously picked
the Celtics and the defending
champion St. Louis Hawks to
win their division titles.
They could not agree unani unanimously
mously unanimously on which team would win
the championship pliyoffs next
spring, but five of them cast
their vote for the Celtics to take
back the title they los to ha
Hawks last April. Two picked St.
Louis to win the playoffs and one
voted for Minneapolis.
In forecasting individual honors,
the coaches' consensus favored
Bob Pettit of the Hawks as the
league's outstanding player and
Baylor, the 6-foot-S forme Seattle ;
University All America, as the
best first-year player.
Six of the eight coaches east
their vote for Pettit, the talented
6 foot 9 forward who was he
NBA's third highest scorer even
though he played several weeks of
last season with a cast encasing
his broken wrist. Pettit averaged
24.6 points in 70 games and was
the league's second highest re re-bounder
bounder re-bounder with an average of 17.4
per game. He averaged essential essentially
ly essentially the same figures in 11 playoff
games last season and scored 50
points in the Hawks' 110-109 title title-clinching
clinching title-clinching victory over Boston.
Baylor, the most highly southt
player in last season's college
crop, won the vote of seven of
the eight coaches for rookie
honors. The other coach picked
Connie Dierking, the 6-foot-9 for former
mer former Cincinnati University center
now with Syracuse.

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Norborn (Bunny) Berkeley
The 1915 football team at the
University of Virginia holds a spe special
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nals. annals. That year it became the first
Southern representative to crack
the ranks of the famed BiB Three

Of that era with a 10-0. victory

over Yale. Bunny Berkeley, a
fiery and imaginative-law student
at Virginia, quarterbacked. that
team with considerable verve and
starred in the Yale, game the Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians never, will forget.
- Whatever happened to iBunny
Berkeley? Shortly after returning
from overseas service' in World
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of Bethlehem Steel and still is In
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KOBBE BOUT Lindsay Beltran, a local Panamanian boxer, holds
tight to the "legs of the 20th Infantry's Adam Gutierrez as he goes
down in the third round of .their fight at Fort Kobbe. The Beltran Beltran-'
' Beltran-' Gutierrez fight was one- of eight hard-hitting bouts set up by the Post

Special Services otncer, -capi. James coyie. iue reierce wasier

Sergeant Joe Chapman.

U.S. Army Photo.

Kobbe's Billyc West
Chalks Up Third Win

By Beating ex-

Champ

Billye West of Fort Kobbe. an
outstanding newcomer to the local
1 boxing scene, gained his third vic victory
tory victory in four Panama outings beat beat-'
' beat-' in? the 1957 Panama Area Armed
1 Forces heavyweight, champiom
if. Wallace Ryan as the: current se se-ffries
ffries se-ffries of bouts at ?ort(Kobbe near-;
ed completion., .?

In ernd atvle in 27 seconds of the

ilirst round. With only a few se-

iondsiused to feel out nig ioe
f est came i in with :hopping
' that, stunned Ryan and then
Mowed with, a right that settled

jim on the canvas. .....

lit All three of his vctories have
ICcome via the KQ or TOO route.;
p In the lightweight class, Kobbe's,

Don Hopper took a unanimous ae ae-cision
cision ae-cision over the heralded Clayton
. pup'Hst, Sammy Ibarra. y 5
i Aiwa va' the iggressor', Hopper

, animous decision. ;
A cut over the left eye of. higi

Suhldrchor

liydiiVAs Slcond
'Horseman' jijteir
i NEW BRUNSWICK, N, J.. (UPI
Harrv .Stuhldreher today joined

Elmer Layden as tha second of
h legendary four horsemen of
Notre Dame to V elected to the

football Hall of Fame.,

Stuhldreher quarterback of the

Notre' Dame192224 backfield that
included Layden, K 3im Crowley

aw! Rip Miller, was one of nine
n$w members named to the hall.
V The. six. living selectees will be
honored at. the first annual award
Hinner" of. the National Football
Foundation1 and Hall, pf Fame at
the Hotel" Astor In New York,
Oct .28.'"f ;-r-rw""'

President Eisenhower plans to

be on hand, to jjreet the ,new

corners. .The President ; also will
be honored with the foundation'
first' Gold Medal award for hfs

contributions to amateur football.
-3'. '- i C t

v Named to the hall In a 'noli of

the nation'r f 0 0 1 b a J 1 writers,
broadcasters.": sport Information

directors and fans werei

Stuhldreher. Marshall Goldberg,

naunacK ana. ruuMck at Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh 1936 38r Francis-" (Pug)

Lund, Minnesota s All America
halfback 1933-34; Harry Kipke.

Michigan halfback 1922 and

Wolverine coach for 10 years:

Fran k John (Dutch) Schwab,
"rd at Lsfayett: 192122: Harry

Kilunger (Cy) Young, halfback

nd rnifrterbcfk Washington and

Lee 1913-15: Charles Barnett (de-

rossert), nuarterback at Cornell

1913-15; David C. Campbell (rie (rie-feaserfV,
feaserfV, (rie-feaserfV, end at Harvard 1899-1901.
and Thomas Albert Dwifht (Tad)
Jones (deceased), halfback at
Yale and Coach, at Yale and
Syracuse.

So. A$s'n Experts To Operate

Same Teams Next Year

By PAUL PHILLIPS

BIRMINGHAM, Ala: (UPI)

The Southern Association cau

tiously agreed Wednesday the
same teams would be around
next year and passed over the

league problems until next

month. . 1-1 frwi

Charlie Hurth of New Orleans,

bresident of the class AA league.

said It would ''undoubtedly op operate
erate operate in the same cities In. 1909
as now-constitute the member member-snip,
snip, member-snip, depending on any possible

realignment action-taken in the

Nov. 5-e realignment meeting in
Memnhla."

Hurth told newsmen- "i aon't

want to tell you we dont have

problems, we do have proDiems."

But he said the directors 01 tne

eight, team league weref 'opti

mistic.'"

One official asked whether1 he

should be "optimistic or pessi pessimistic.
mistic. pessimistic. Last year in Atlanta: I
said I was optimistic and read
where 1 was a damn-fool.' Let's
AOt kid ourselves."
The Southern directors also

agreed to meet' Nov. 5 during
the. realignment meeting called

of the Minor League.' Six leagues
have been invited to attend the

meeting1, Including the South Southern
ern Southern which Hurth said he "antl-

clpates' t would oppose realign

ment.-'-
Among the problems still fac fac-lne
lne fac-lne the leaeue are television, a

minimum aruarantee for visiting

cluba 1 ana the time-consuming

Shaughnessy playolls. .
f. Eddie Glennon. general man manager
ager manager of the Birmingham Barons,

asked the directors to. adopt ai jordaVfly

prupu&ui giving uu

minimum 01 $zu per name, uic
league office $50 and $125 to vis visiting
iting visiting clubs for rained out games
The directors agreed to carry
the matter, over until the next
meeting.

Ralph DupasVantl
Title Bout With
"'1

Akins 'Real Bad'

MONTREAL (UPI)-Ralph. Du Du-pas,
pas, Du-pas, who celebrated his 23rd
birthday a day late with a shut shutout
out shutout victory over favored Gil Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, said today he wants a title
fight with welterweight champion
Virgil -Akins "real bad;"
. "But I guess I'll have to mess
aroundwith the fellas in the top
ten first," he laid 'because Akins
is already booked to fight the win
ner of the (Gaspar) Ortega (Don)"

by George Trautmen, president 'clslon.'

Glennon also urged the

Shauehnessv playoffs among the
top four finishers of the South Southern
ern Southern be eliminated and the class
AA winners meet the Texas

League champion Immediately
after the, tegular iseason. The
Texas League would also have
to drop its playoffs prior to the
Dixie Series' and .Southern di

rectors withheld any iinai ae

t j P i$s-m '"" irin .1'v M l.;.

ly favored Art Johnson of Fort

Kobbe was enough to have tne

bout stopped and give Panamas
Patrocinio Allen a TKO win. The
fight was stopped by referee Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Boyle in the final seconds of
the opening round.
' Last year' ban t a m w e i ght
champ, Jerry Dawson, gained
a split i decision over Ernesto Reid
of Panama in a wild session, Daw Dawson
son Dawson survived a cut under his left
eye to ab the victory. j
In ether bouts Adam Gutierrez
of Kobbe decisioned Lindsay Bel-.

tran; Bob Gathers of Kobbe TKO'uM

Clayton's Otis Ford in 35 seconds
of the opening round; Charley Ad Ad-kins
kins Ad-kins of Kobbe gained an unpopular-decision
over Ben Gulley of
Fort Clayton and .Thurman. Jeffer

son of Kobbe decisioned Lewis Del

Cid of Panama.

At intermission a body bupding
and weight lifting show was stag-
Another series of bouts will be

held Friday; Oct. 24, beginning at
8 p.m. at. Hangar-Four. r

UN r ijb
NOTES

Due to a delay In shiDDine ous

prder of 12 .gauge ammunition,

which has not yet arrived on the

Canal Zone, there will be onlv 20
eaufre and 410 trap and skeet
shoot at the Balboa Gun Club this

Siturday. Oct. 18. Shootinp will

start at 2 p.m. Bnnayyour 20 and

410 gauge shotguns.

The Beginners shoot at 10 a.m.

will have to. be postooned until

we nave ithe 12: gauge trap loads.

We have plenty heavy hunting

loads in. 12 gauge. Any hunters

who wish to try out their tuns

with these loads are welcome to

blast at the elusive birds.

JOE WILLIAMS

1 :

Monday night the jubilant, jo jo-;
; jo-; vial Yankees were still strikipg out
! Mathews clobbering Burdette s
dry spitter and gleefully exploiting
the peanut brittle character of the
Braves1 defense. l
it may be reasonable to suppose
Mhrt by now the most satisfying
and savory of their numerous vic victory
tory victory fetes is drawing to a close.
after all, at 68, Ole Case has to
get some sleep. .And if this sup-
position is correct, perhaps there
(kwi'l be no violent objection to a

-belated look at tne tooiDan scene
RAH; RAH, RUTGERS: Right
off you somehow find it difficult
to believe that in many sections
of the land the season is yet young.
Here in the East, the tanks of the
onderfested already are depleted.
' The survivors can be counted on
the leaves of a shamrock. Thev in include
clude include Army Navy and, Dart Dartmouth,
mouth, Dartmouth, as well as nrehistorin phe-
. nnmannn in dpar old Rutgers.

- iha .rhonl for which the- orinal

I, Joe College is said( to have been

WilDn' ,10 Pie. in winning 'B'v
H-ieht Saturday. Rutgers did not

n: tVe Tichmnnd exactly like Grant

did (the Nsllv series naan i Deen
invented then) but the Jerseyaps'

23-12 margin was empnatie enousn.
f Rutsrer. n.nen't'l an othrw' nh
;fi undistinguished schedule by
KtrWn the -'""h'rted wev out o'
Princeton (28-6) nd if thev show
mn H th -wav. thew eouH duSlifv

lfor a bowl on that performance,

1. l'M,rT ti

; COMi AND fiET Its Mathows
fanned agaln...excuse, pleeze. The
" switch from hRfwH to b)"
even o a typewriter, can ,be an
. awkwird. thin. Our -cb:

jr ?v in tne cast, 01 course, are nrmy

V tvA Nvv.- Roor" the ser' i
"over they may have established
imselve as national forces. The

' Cadets took giant sen dn tht
( direction bv upending Notre Dame
n the letter's backyard, 14-2. and
hen was the last time a Note

ame team failed to score a touch
own in an Armv eame? A fum

tile had diluted the ouality of the

Cadets' first touchdown to, as if

.determined to prove they neeoa
such assistanc, thev actually

deemed to dare the Irish to ston
as they romned M yards on
. ri-tic -ne$ ad whooo-df-('v-
dashes In the closing moments to
nut over an unneeded albeit de-

' corauva iu. ." V

except Navy, explaining (1) Notre

Dame had begun to overshadow

Navy in campus emotionalism ape

this was not desirable; (2) as a na
tional institution,' geographical li

mitations, imposed by annuals, had

to be discouraged. TheJSuowav A

lumnr had their own explanation:

A frequent loser, this was Army's

way out. This time the SA will have

to come up with a new one. .The

Irish were lucky to win last year,

and tnere never was a htfie when

it looked as if they night win Sa-

turaay.

a.'-

fi) THiY OUIT TOP: THtTW"
VA the last of two-game series, and

l( th o'i rival mav not jresue a-

gain ior nnumur m jcui. i mv

CLEAR SAILING: In Los Anee

les some weeks ago Eddie Erde Erde-Iatz
Iatz Erde-Iatz was trying to tell us what
kind of Navy team he'd have this
season.' He had lost 21 starters and

the entire left side of the line-

not only of the first team, but of

the second and third had been

wiped-out. "This is the biggest

rebuilding job we've had to iace

since '50. The notent'al is oromis

ing but inexperienced. If we don't

make too many mistakes and

don't get hurt too badly, we ought

to develon into orettv pood team

as we. along. The Middies came

rorn behind to bat Mhiean Sa

turday and we d have to say that

nnices 'ne e "rpttv tov team

Typically, Erdelatz unveiled an

other "Deadpve-DIrk" passer. Th'S

one is Joe Tranchini; it was his

37-yard .pitch fo' Dick 7,embr",V

that cut mustard. .or do we mean
iced the cake?

Bob Turley Named UPI
AL Player-of-the-Year

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (UPI) Bob Tur Turley,
ley, Turley, the strong right arm of the
New York Yankees' pitching
staff, was named the United Press

International's American League

nlaver of the year Thursday in

one of the most widespread votes

in the history of the award.
The 28-vear old Turley, a na

tive of .Trov. 111., led a field of

eight other players named by

UPI's 24-man Board of Experts

consisting of three writers from

each city in the league, runey

received seven votes three more

than both Kansas City's Bob Cerv

and, Boston's Jackie Jensen.

World Series competition did not

count in the balloting but Turley

proved his class against tne mh

waukee Braves by beating them
twice, including the seventh and

decisive game.
In American League competi
tion. Turley compiled a 21-7 rec

ord, that made him the league's

To Yanks

Lays Down Law

For Next Year

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) Casey

Stengel laid down the law to his

world champion Yankees for next

year and made it clear that it
applies to everyone, even super

star. Mickey Mantle.
Stensel. who heads for his Glen-

dale, Calif., home today with a

new two-year contract tnat couia

bring him nearly $100,000 a year,

eot a number of things off his

chest at Wednesday's gna signing

ceremony.

The 68-year-old Casey predicted

his 10th pennant in 11 years, then

suddenly grew solemn and warned

some of his players tney 11 De pea

died "if they fool around too

much."

Of course, Stengel certainly isn't

going to trade Mantle but a sus

piclon existed that he was trying
hard to light a fire under his cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated center fielder when he

named J e UiMaggio, Yogi Berra

and Hank Bauer as the three
greatest players he' has managed
since coming to the Yankees in

1949.
What about Matnle?

"Well". Casey said, "he has

evervthine to make him the; great

est. but thcr? are .times he doesn't

look like it. The whole thicg is .UP
lo him. I know he can do it,, and
I'll tell you something else, I'm
very glad I have him."
Getting back to the possibility
of dealing off some of his play

ers. Stengel mentioned no names

but did say,' "a player can't be

satisfied with life ana remam

"That's the way I like it
though," he said. "I like to keep
busy, in fact a fighter like mes
a boxer, has to keep busy to keep
sharp. This is my third fight in
five weeks." ,
The New Orleans youngster, a

75 underdog, was never in trou trouble
ble trouble against the fourth-ranked Phil Phil-adelphian
adelphian Phil-adelphian who entered the ring,
with, a 7V4 pound weight pull, tur

ner went in .at 152 while Dupas
welched 144Vi.

Turner, the heavier hitter, never

coma eaten tne elusive uupas ana
viewed the derision philosophically

ano realistically.
"You can beat Akins easv

lurner told the speedy Dupas as FfiAT QF STRENGTH Rogelio Paredes of Panama lifts 300 pound
they met in the ring, following the hh hfiv.hiMin, show which featured a Fort Kobbe

MnauHiwm 1 'M- k (

biggest winner, had a 2.98 earned

run average, pitched six snutouis
and struck out 168 batters. His
win total equalled the highest by

Yankee pitcher in 24 years.

Mickey Mantle of the Yankees

trailed Cerv and Jensen in the

voting with three votes followed

by Cleveland's Rocky Colavito

with two, Bostons Ted Williams,
Chicago's Sherman Lollar and

Cleveland's Cal McLlsh ana vie

Power with one each.

For Turley, the 1958 season
marked the scaling of heights
which had been predicted for him
since he joined the old St. Louis
Browns as a hard-throwing but
wild kid strikeout king in 1953. He
is among the first to admit it took
some four years for him to de develop
velop develop "from a thrower into a

pitcher."

Yankee coach Jim Turner is
credited with achieving the trans transformation.
formation. transformation. When he was acquired

by the Yankees in their famous

17-player deal witir tne Baltimore
Orioles, Nov. 18, 1954, Turley was
a pitcher who simply rared back
and threw as hard as he could.
Today, he Is a well-rounded pitch-ery-extremery
fast, with deceotive
ho-windup and seml-windup deliv

eries and a brilliant slow curve

that bewildered the Braves in tne
series.

unanimous decision. "1 don't wa

to fight you no more."
"You sure got a pair of legs
boy", said Turner's manager,
George Katz. "You were just too
fast for Gil."
Dupas, who says "I have to
fight to support my wife and six
brothers and sisters," won every
round on the cards of the three
judges who scored the fight under
the five-point must system. Judge
Rene Ouimet had it 50 38, Judge
Jim Regan had it 50 38 and Judge
Leon Germain had it 50-35. The
United Press International scored
it 50-39 for Dupas.

C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule

The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following sports

broadcasts:
Radio
Sundav, Oct 19 Football:
Green Bav Packers vs Washing
ton Redskins. 12:45 p.m.

Saturday. Oct. '5 ootball
Auburn vs University of Marylr nd.
frvilw'P(i by Armv vs University

.of Pittsburgh, 12:15 p.m.
- n 1 1 1 r i ,, r-t

aia"sicie ion'oaii scores: Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 11 p.m. News: Sunday, about
3 p.m., at end of pro football
game on radio; about 5:30 p.m.
at end of pro football game on
television; Monday, 6:45 p.m.,
sports segment of Panorama.
Tlatfslon
Friday, Oct. 17 Wrestling at
10 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 18 '.- rFbofbatl;'
Ohio State vs Illinois at 3 p.m.;
Roller Derby at 11:15, p.m.
Sunday Oct. 19 Pro Foot

ball at 3 p.m.

around here. That s a sure way

of getting fired. We may have to

make some trades we don't want

to make."

The Yankee manager came

right out and said he was after

a pitcher and an outfielder.

Again, he didn't mention any

names but it's no secret he would

like to obtain either southpaw

Billy O'Dell. of the Orioles or
Pedro Ramos of the Senators to
strengthen his pitching staff. The
two outfielders who appeal to him
most are Roy Sievers of the Sen Senators
ators Senators and Roger Maris of the
Athletics.
Stengel looked chipper and full
of pep as he waved a contract
aloft for the benefit of photograph photographers
ers photographers atthough he said he was tired
and looking forward to "a good,
long rest" at his home this win winter.
ter. winter.

boxing match. Musclemen from the Republic as well as the Canal
one appeared in a program staged by Robert Schiiltz, instructor at

the Balboa YMCA-uso. v.j. ""'

Will Norm Lewter's

62 Stand Up Under

Weekend Onslaught!
Will Norman 'Lewter's 62 stand stand-up
up stand-up under the weekend onslaught
of golfers seeking the first an
nnal United Fund golf trophy?

Thp Canal Zone ooliceman, who

snorts a five handicap, shot a fine

67 over the Fort Amador Gol.f

Club's par 68 layout earlier tnis
week and as the weekend ap approached
proached approached his net of .62, still held
th lead. ..
He was lucky, though because
actually his score was bettered,
yet it wasn't. A certain lady who
hall remain nameless with an 18
handicap shot a sparkling 79, bu,t

she had failed to enter uie iour-j
nament.
There is no fee involved in the
tournament but each player par par-ticinatin"
ticinatin" par-ticinatin" must forx over a dollar
to the United Fund just prior- to
teeing off. The tournament ends
tomorrow (not today).
Friday morning more' than 70
players had taken a crack at the
beautiful United Fund trophy. The
winner of the tournament iill
have his. or her, name engraved
bn the trophy and will be given a
small replica for petmanehf pos possession.1
session.1 possession.1 .
In addition, the winner and the
10 low scorers will get some fine

golf merchandise awards sucn as

Giants Buy Hurler

And Sell Another
SAN FhANCISCO (UPI) The
San Francisco Giants announced
today they have purchased one
hurler and sold another in an at

tempt to beef up their pitching
staff.
A club spokesman said the

Giants left hander Marshall Ren Ren-froe
froe Ren-froe from Phoenix of the Pacific
Coast' League, who compiled a
12-11 record this year with pen pennant
nant pennant winning Danville of the Car Caroline
oline Caroline League.
Renfroe, who hurled five shut shutouts
outs shutouts for Danville, has a season
earned run aVerage of 2.63.

Pitcher Don Johnson, who fin

ished the season with a 0-1 record,
was sold by the Giants to Toronto
of the International League, the
spokesman said. He was pur purchased
chased purchased from Toronto last July 5.

Monday. Oct. 20 Boxing at'eolf bags, shoes and ballsl

10 P.m. I In second nlace at this writing

Thursday, Oct. 23 Fight of

th' weex at 10 p.m.

was pretty Mrs. Jean Sullivan, a

it handicapper witn a -net ot m

Friday, Oct. 24 Wrestling at Three persons were tied for third

10 p.m. with 6fis M, Roberts or Albrool?.
Saturday, Oct. 25 Roller Der-'Mrs. Pearl Trim of Diablo
by at 2 p.m.; College Football 1 "-ghts, and a Mr. Tritaici of Co
at 3 p.m. Ion.

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V MORAt, VICTORY: Mathews
took, a third Strike. .Ooos, there
it goes asrain. Pitt failed aga'ns
Michigan Satte but, even so, joiri joiri-ed
ed joiri-ed Armv H Navv in comtn?ndin

respect for Eastern football. It was

the Pawners first de'eat; In our
starts and by all accounts their
b'ck could have ben better. Twice
they lost the ball less than 10
vrds from th goal line and 6
57-pard run for" a seeming TD
was called back. Even M'ch'gan
State's" fourth team (to hear their
nitehmen tell' it) Is suwose" to
annihilate the best In the East.
So, for whatever value l mar
have, let's give the Panthers a
"torM victory as thev join some
0 other; Eastern tams in defeat,
nemite; the c' tht the season
' 'i s'd young thar Yankees may stin
rarry'n c with their World
Series celebration. ;

FRIDAY'S COLLEGE SCORES
Richmond 26, Geo. Washington 6
Chattanooga 18, Middle Tenn. 7

P' fe f-"nM Severance in Sivaimmi w to, murm ,ui. i
Vil, Army ruled out all annuals Alabama, St. 10, Morehouse 0 1,

Gen. Charles Dasher
Medalist In Amador

Club Championship
Mai Gen. Charles L. -Dasher,

commanding general, U.S.' Army
Caribbean, fired a net 68 Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at the Amador Golf

Course to capture medaiist-non
ors. 1
', '. :'; ''''' I'Mu-i

Jacks finished one stroke behind

Gen. Dasher, flntsning witn a
sn 7ft and net 69. Cant. Rus-

U netted a gross 92 and a net

71,,. i ;
' r.n Dasher, with 'all 11 handl

cap, toured the 18-hole Amador

lavniu in siroxes to give mm

winning 68.
A medalist trophy will be pre

se'nted to the 1 general following
the last dv of play of the club

championship.

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Bernard Kennedy, in dismissing
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of a Peoria synagogue bombing:
"I would stake a month's salary
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -Dr. Wern Wern-her
her Wern-her von Braun, leading space sci scientist,
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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17 (UPI)
The Los Angeles area swelter sweltered
ed sweltered under a blistering sun which
sent the thermometer soaring a a-bout
bout a-bout the 100 degree mark in ma many
ny many sections yesterday. It was the
hnHrsi rlav of the vear. but it had
one compensation-the sun burned
away an eye stinging smog.
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tinction distinction of being the hottest city
m Southern California 111 de degrees.
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800x La Boca.
LEAVING ISTHMUS. 56 Ford
Thuderbird, white, all extras,
Panama duty paid. 3-3484.
FOR SALE: Stud'ebaker Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, 1951 foor-door sedan.
$100. Call Sunday morning.
House 5414 Diablo; phone 2 2-1581.
1581. 2-1581. FOR SALE: Ford V-8, good
condition 1956. 5280 Diablo,
phone 2-3280.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4
door, station wagon, 9 passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, power glide. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-4823.
Miscellaneous
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: 6.E. wringer wash washing
ing washing machine, $50.00, 60 cycles.
Call 2-2818.
r n v.. .,.11 w
run jmll: i t-v.a zt yer-
non. Very good condition. Call
Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: DuMont Hi-Fidelity
Set, New Yorker Model; RCA
Victor Radio-Phonograph, port portable,
able, portable, all in new condition. Call
Curundu 4127 after 5 p.m.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FERROUS SCRAP
METALS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
A.M., October 24, 1958, in tha
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for appro approximately
ximately approximately 6,000 net tons of Fer Ferrous
rous Ferrous Scrap Metals located at the
Salvage Section, Balboa Store-
house, telephone 2-3110. Invi Invitation
tation Invitation Na. 5-58-419 may be
obtained from tha above source,
or from office of Superintendent,
Storehousa Branch, telephone
2-10866.
FOR SALE: One wheel chair,
practically new, Telephone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0618.
FOR SALE: Sewing machine.
Ball, portable $40; gray audo audo-graph
graph audo-graph recorder and accessories,
$200, Balboa 4273.
FOR SALE: G.E. console radio radio-record
record radio-record player, modern mahogany
drop-leaf dining room table, eight
chairs, three piece mahogany liv living
ing living room suite, misc. crystal,
China, decorative ittems. 6427
Dos Bocas St. Los Rios. Telephone
Balboa 4436.
FOR SALE: Perfect 1957
Sweptwing Dodge, hardtop, spe special
cial special tropic O.H., radio, w.i.w.,
power steering, powerdyte trans.
$1850 plus acceptable older car
2-6370
FOR SALE: 12 shares 10
prefared. Finanxas with 6 shares
common. Call 3-7833.
FOR SALE: 32 grades Masonia
ring. Tel. 2-1630.
Amigas To Be Hosts
At Hard Time Dance
The Amigas de Caridad, Colon's
social welfare organization, will
entertain scores of Atlantic and
Pacific siders this evening at a
"Hard Times Dance" to be be
held at the Strangers Club.
Proceeds from the dance will
be used to provide Xmas treat for
Colon's needy families, a program
which the Amigas has been car
rying on for several years in ad
dition to other charitable work
conducted throughout the year on
behalf of indigent residents.
Several prizes will be raffled the
evening. Lalo Ceballos and his Im
oerial orchestra will furnish a var
iety of dance music for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. "HONG KONG" TV
Telephone No. 1624, Colon
Office Hours from Monday
throufh Saturday (until
further notice):
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 rf.m.
Please do not call after
2:00 p.m.
Mcn, Shirt Factory
Designer, Part Time

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Call Panama 2-0228 Office Hours.

AGENTS OR OTJR OFFICES AT 1317 "H"

Lottery Flasa at CASA ZALDO Central
4th of July Ave. & J St LEWIS
m tmtlSFHnin exchange J. Fea.
S3 m. FARMAdA r.l. RATIIRRO Parooe

COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amndor Gnentere No. 1

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Mahogany twin
bads with springs and Beauty
Rest Mattresses, also mahogany
desk. House 798-X, La Bo
Road, Balboa, C.Z. Telephona
Balboa 2431.
FURNITURES BARGAINS!
Floor aamples.
Some slightly damaged, mostly
new.
Heywood Wakefield Furniture
Tropical style Rattan, spring
cushions, chain upholstered in
fine covers:
1 3019 2 Piece Sofa
Regular Prima $249.95
Special Price $106.00
4 92757 Wrought Iron
Patio Chairs.
Reinforced plastic cushion.
Regular Price $22.95
Special Price $11.47
2 3001 -B, Living Room
Chair Lawson Style. Washable
plastic upholstered.
Regular Price $27.50
Special Price $19.00
1 3001-$ Sofa of solid
wood construction.
Upholstered in washable plas plastic.
tic. plastic. Regular Price $44.95
Special Price $35.00
4 14001 5 Piece Dining
Room Set.
Mahogany chairs and table.
Plastic upholstery.
Regular Price $99.95
Special Price $77.00
1 Special 3 Place Bedroom
Set.
Bookcase bed and 2 night
tables.
Mahogany.
Regular Price $179.95
Special Price $ 99.00
4 3065 72" Sofa-Plastie
upholstery.
Reinforced In Various colors.
Regular Price $109.95
Special Price $ 88.00
C 400$ Sofa Bad laty
to convert.
Sturdy rigid frames.
Made In tha United Stares.
Regular Price $139.95
Special Price $ 99.00
I 3011 fofe for I
Persons
Regular Price $199.95
Special Price $ 99.00
7 11017 Chair, plastic
upholstery.
Regular Price $31.95
Special Price $15.98
5 11018 Plastic uphol upholstered
stered upholstered armed chair.
Regular Price, $41.95
Special Price $20.9$
8 110198 Plastic uphol upholstered
stered upholstered captain's chair.
Regular Price $41.95
Special Price $20.98
THESE SPECIALS
ON SALE AT OUR
LOS ANGELES STORI
DON'T WAIT!
USE SEARS EASY
TERMS.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S.A.
FOR SALE: 3-pieee aofa set,
0932, Amador road.
FOR SALE: Never used gaa
stove and 30 gallon glass-lined
water heater, in erig carton.
$100.00 each. Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE. Round oak table,
six chairs, blonde finish, $50.
2308-B Las Crucas, Balboa 3715.
FOR SALE: 2 bads without
springs and mattresses, 1 bed
side table, 1 large chiffonier.
Mahogany, blonde color, $200,
House 123 Ridge Read, Tel. 2 2-1694.
1694. 2-1694. FOR SALE: New 60 cycle Cel Cel-ing
ing Cel-ing fan, call Balboa 3028.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 60
cycle, sanitary, stainless steel
interior, miscellaneous household
items; Gamboa 389,
FOR SALE: 3 pieces mahogony
living room sat, plastic cushions.
6418 Doe Bocas, Los, Rios.
FOR SALE: Apt. aixa 60-cycle
stove, good condition. Tel. 3 3-0940,
0940, 3-0940, between 3-5 any day.
FOR SALE: Washing machine,
60 cycle, baby bad. Balboa 2 2-4491.
4491. 2-4491. LIMOUSINE- PRICES UP
DETROIT (Un ices on
both th edn anr1 M
the 1959 Cadillac "series 75" have
iieen boosted $1,000 over H58
els, according to the Cadillac di-
ision of General Motors t orp.
The factory-suggested list price
n the se'1"" 's $8,750, and the
limousine $8,950.
Needs the Services of a
or Full Time.

STREET, FANAMA UBRERIA FRKCIADO 7 Street Ne. It AGENCIAS

Ave. 4 LOUKDES PHARMACY 1SZ
SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 FARMAC1A
da la oesa Ave. ne. l a) roTO UOMI
Lefevra I street
Street FARMACLa "SAS
HJU.
WANTED
Wanted smooth tires, suitable for
reconstruction. Recensrructora
Nacienal. Peru Avenue 7.
Phono 2-0406.
WANTED: Te purchase
195$ station wagon, 4 door, In
food condition .Call Panama 3 3-1
1 3-1 104, 8 to 12 noon end 1 :30 te
4:30 p.m.
WANTED: North American
family wants three-bedroom cha chalet
let chalet with yard. Call phone 3-7547.
Clubs Held
Basic Training Session
Over 25 persons, representing
seven different Cub Packs, attend
ed the first in a series of three
Cub Scout leaders basic training
sessions held last Wednesday
night at the Panama Canal Com
pany Training Center, Balboa, to
learn "What Cub Scouting is".
A clear picture of the objective
and ideals of scouting and how
thev are achieved through the Cub
Scout program was presented by
instructor Johnny Gough of the
Canal Zone Council No. 801 leader
ship and training committee. The
presentations inclitied .a 40 min
ute colored film strip; pos t e r s,
charts, exhibits, lively discussions,
ques'ion and answer games, a
songf est, and other related de
monstrations.
Those assisting were Capt. Al
bert P. Viera assistant Cubmast-
er, Pack 15, Albrook AFB; Nor Nor-bert
bert Nor-bert H. McCauley, cubmaster,
Pack 2, Balboa; and. Carl Widell
chairman of the leadership and
tiraininif committee. Those who re
gistered and received training at,
the first session were as follows:
Cubmasters: Norbert H. Mc McCauley
Cauley McCauley and John A. Morales; Den
mothers M. Burkenroad, J. Hat Hat-trick,
trick, Hat-trick, Z. Naair and Rose Brogie
of Pack 2.
Cubmaster: R. Hellmund and
den mothers Caroline G. Smith,
Crisetia P. Pope and Victoria Os Os-tenso
tenso Os-tenso of Pack 4,
Cubmaster: Capt. Warner S.
Rodimon, and den mother Shirley
J. Vaucher of Pack 5.
Pack chairman John R. Gough.
Den mothers Helen F. Cox,
Rose Hudgins, E. M. Dillon and
Jo Ann Shjey of Pack 10.
Instit. Rep. S. J. Kaplan, Asst.
Cubmaster, Roy G. Barret and
commlttemen, E. L. Roh, J. W.
Winn and W. S. Johnson of Pack
13.
Asst. Cubmaster Capt. Albert P.
Vieira, and den mothers Nona M.
Vieira and Geraldine Glass of
Pack 15.
The two remaining sessions, en entitled,
titled, entitled, "The Achievement "Plan
and "Den and Pack Activities",
will be conducted on Wednesday,
Oct. 22 and 29, respectively, ai
7:30 p.m. The achievement plan
will cover the entire field of Cub
Scout advancement, including the

St. Peter's Woman's Auxiliary
To Observed 43rd Anniversary

Plans have been made by the
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Peter's
Church in La Beca for the observ observance
ance observance of its 43ra anniversary to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Foremost is a Eucharistlc serv service
ice service starting at 9 a.m. instead of
the usual hour of 10:30, to be of officiated
ficiated officiated by the Rev. John Spear,
Special Program
Tomorrow AI Rio
AbajoSDA Church
A special literary and musical
program will be presented tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 3 p.m. the Rio Abajo Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Day Adventist Church.
The program, entitled an "Eve "Evening
ning "Evening with Friends." is being spons sponsored
ored sponsored by: he Missionary Volunteer
Department. v
Representatives from various
churches will contribute items on
the program, among these will be
representatives from the Nsrarene
Church, Panama Christian Church
Isthmian Bap'ist and Church : of
God.
Gues's soeakers are Earl Clark
from the Christian Mission Church
and Milton Corbin. Musical Items
will be 'endered bv the well-
known "Ryan Sisters." the Hr-
monette Quartette and the Stal Staling
ing Staling Teener,

La CamaauUIa PARMA CIA LUM

EST ADOS UNIDOS lit Central Ave.
Jtuta Anaemen Ave. and S3 at.
-Via PORRAS 111 NOVEDADI
Commercial Sites
Large space with drive in door,
suitable for shop or storage. Alse
large office apace or bachelor
apartment at Tl-1 32, 4th of
July Avenue; Inquire, janitor or
phone Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
Boats fir Motors
FOR SALE: Boat, trailer, meter
complete, 2-1569, Balboa.
FOR SALE: I beat,. trailer, new
35 Johnson, m.m. under water
camera, Tel. 2-2589.
parents' part in handling achieve
ments and suggested ceremonies
for recognition.
Under den and pack activities,
the training experience will cover
types of activities used in den and
pack meetings, will show wereto
get ideas, and will include an ex
planation of the seven parts of a
den meeting and the three pairts
of a pack meeting. The steps for
program planning will' be careful
ly explained. Colored filmstrips,
other Visual aids, and actual de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations will be used as much
as possible.
All cubmasters, Institutional re
presentatives, committemen, Sen
dads, den mothers, assistants, and
interested parents are invited to
attend these last two sessions.
Training certificate! will he ie ie-sued
sued ie-sued for each session.
' ... ' .-,'
Humberto Pasoi
Gives Training Courses
In the series of Leadership
Training Courses conducted over
the past weekends at Colonlas
Infantil, Las Cumbres, by Hum Humberto
berto Humberto Pasos, International Trav Traveling
eling Traveling Commissioner for Latin
America of the Interamerica As Association
sociation Association of World Scouts, for
members of the Panama Scout
Association ind the Interna
tional Boy Scouts of the Canal
Zone, several leaders of tne m
ternatlonal : Boy Scouts (an a a-gency
gency a-gency of the Canal Zone United
Fund) participated.
Accompanied by Scout Execu
tive Wavmond Georee. Pasos
visited the Atlantic side units of
the International Boy Scouts at
Rainbow City and Camp Coiner
on Oct. 14, and the Pacmc siae
units at Paralso and Gamboa
Oct. 18. During these Tlslts Pa Pasos
sos Pasos met and fraternized with
over 400 boy members and lead leaders
ers leaders of the organization and
taught them some new songs
and games.
Following the final training
course given for cubmasters to today,
day, today, Pasos will leave the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus tomorrow, for Guatemala,
where he will conduct similar
training courses to the one he
administered in Panama, to
Scout Leaders of that republic.
priest in charge, who will also del
iver the anniversary sermon.
In addition, there will be a get-
togeiher in the parish hall after
the service, A program has been
prepared for this phase, during
which Mirs. Frances Summerford,
director of the District Sewing
Guild, will be the guest speaker.
Other parochial branches of the
Woman's Auxiliary have been in invited
vited invited to send representatives ta
the anniversary observance.
Throughout its existence, St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's branch has been very helpful
to the church in raising funds and
taking care of the altar and vest vestments.
ments. vestments. Members have also assist assisted
ed assisted the oriest in administering to
the sick or shut-in members of the
oarish. The present adminish-a'ion
is headed by Mrs. Lenore Prince
as president,
COLOR TV FOR REDS
STOCKHOLM, (UPD-Regular
color;- television broadcasts in
Moscow will be inaugurated in
December, M. Novokovsky, chief
of the experimental studio of the
Russian Communications Minis Ministry,
try, Ministry, said in an interview pub published
lished published here yesterday. Novokov Novokovsky
sky Novokovsky told the Communist Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Ny Dag that daily trial color colorcasts
casts colorcasts have been of very good
quality.

Real Estate

FOR SALEs-Lote $00 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodreme
; Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. AH lots -with street
. fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 1-2567.
; FOR SALE OR RENT -Residential
heme en Juan Dies and Ta Ta-cumea
cumea Ta-cumea highway. Wonderful com-,
mercial conditions. Easy 'pay-
meet. Telephone 2-1312.
FOR SALE: Farm Arraijan 9
hectares, twe story- house, fruit
trees, ready for chichen business.
American neighbors. Information
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yompany, Fort Gulick,;-racked.
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Dulles, Advisers Complete Plans
For GenevNegotiationis: Vith Reds

WASHINGTON, Oct.17 UPI)-J
Secretary of State John Fostef
Dulles and hiiis top disarmament
advisers have virtually completed
preparations for the forthcoming
Geneva negotiations with Russia
on a nuclear test susDension. of
ficials said today.
In a series of conferences Yes
terday at the State Department
guide lines were laid out, for the
American delegation' at the nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, beginning- Oct. .31, to. be
attended by the three members of
the "Atomic Club" Britain, Rus Russia
sia Russia and the United States. V
Next week, officials said, Bri Britain
tain Britain and the United States will
turn rinwn Rlifiaia'i tmooimtinn thai
the talks be raised from the am-5
bassadorial level to. the foreign
minister level, however, they will
leave ine way open for toreign
ministers, to attend at a later stage
if developments seem to warrant.
Britain and the United States,
who suggested the conference
have said they will suspend all
TllK-lonr tecta frnm (W 91 if ttut.
sia does likewise. Thev have of
fered to renew the ban annually
if the three nnwera maVi arln.
quate progress on working out an
inspection and eontrol system to
ponce uie Dan.
The task of the negotiators
will be to work out an inspection
and control system for enforcing
a nuclear test ban on the basis

Tunisian Presiclenf Talks

About Split With Nasser,

TUNIS, Tunisia (UPI)rPresi (UPI)rPresi-dent
dent (UPI)rPresi-dent Habib Bourguiba of 'Tunisia
said yesterday he servered diplo
matic relations with President
Gamal Abdel Nasser's, United
Arab Republic because Egypt, con conspired
spired conspired in plots against his life ond
his government.
Bourguiba made the charges in
a wildly cheered speech before
the National Constituent "Assem "Assembly.
bly. "Assembly. The reception made lcear the
assembly's endorsement of his
diplomatic Tilap at the Nasser gov government
ernment government Wednesday.
The break pitted one of the
Arab world's smallest and young youngest
est youngest countries against the biggest
and most powerful It followed n
acrimonious exchange between
Tunisian and UAR delegates at an
Arab League Council meeting, in
Cairo. ', 'l""
There, Tunisia accused the UAR
of meddling in Tunisian internal
affairs and trying to dominate the
Arab League.
Bourguiba, in 'an obvious refer reference
ence reference to the charges, told the. as assembly:
sembly: assembly: '
"The split, which has 1 occured
will perhaps serve in the future
to bring about a closer drawing drawing-together
together drawing-together to consolidate the friend friendship
ship friendship of-the Arab countries and to
permit a real cooperation on a
solid. and clear basis."

WANTID: f Competent expe experienced
rienced experienced talesman far appliances,
. Hi-Fi and associated eradueta.

Apply to Mr. Aleman at Tropal
ce, 45tfcj street and Via Espafta.
Miscelldneolis'
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS T,
DRAWER A DIABLO -r. :.xf.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CJLl
PHONE BALBOA $70t TV 1
Te reconstruct a tire (signifies,
economy. We. guarantee ear'
f; work.' Reconstructed. Nacienal,
Peru Avenue 7. Phone 1-0406.
Motorcycle
FOR SALE: Leaving tsflimtxv
58' Lambretta 150 e. Twt)
weeks old. Original $475, celling
$375. Call Panama Y-1948.
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UP a proud record when the r.i
presented : y&. Army Carili
ABwXrfTBk M MIDOSP nnMrl IraA A HIM k
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occasion, adoui 4uu,ooo oi tn:nl
anven aurinir tne past year. ,m
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of ttchnleal ojroemenf reaoV
od last August; at omv ipy
oast-west sciontltsts.
The scientist!- agreed it woul4
be "feasible" to asUblish a work
able system lor detecting virtual
ly all hut very smallest nuclear1
tests by setting up 180 monitoring
stations in various parts of the
world.
ThA Kncaisn k
insist that any inspection stations
on weir lerruory De-manned by
Russian nationals. The two west
ern! powers are expected to de de-malid,
malid, de-malid, that the inspection teams
and' 'stations be of, Internationa
composition
; Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles held a long afternoon meet
mg yesterday with his top non
governmental advisers on disar-mament-chariman
Mn r Min
dent of the American Red Cross
ox tne chase Manhattan Bank, and
Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, pri
dent of the American Red Crosst
an former North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) commandef
in Europe.
Ambassador James 3. Wads
worth, who will head the U.S. de
legation in Geneva, and several
State Denarrmont wvnat4 :
. vn?l
present. Earlier, chairman John
a.,. jyicvone or ine Atomic Energy
Commission and Allan w null..
head of tho Central TrJll!..
. : t . .iwucwv
Agency, went to the department

As for the nreaent fc. iV'wt T;

want to put the Tunisian peopl
on guard against the danger front W
tha TTAJJ inJ n.kl.u :

-..w. a.r uu "iiiLii uununuei o ji
threaten That i r.Taf.Ai

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it .necessary to break diploniatie
relations with Egypt which has not
cessed to show its hostility; ;'
Bourguiba .said Egypt aided1 la
plots: hatched against him andiflisj ;
government by Salah Ben Youssef.
his-former lieutenant who is under
septence of death here and hat ?
been granted refuge in Caire Jar 'An
Nasser,. -v,

"We have the proof that our4iv
agreement, with the UAR is mor
than a simple misunderstanding." i I v
Bourguiba said. ..... v J

. m uiuci m uu 1119 :
exhortatitins for the overturning Vv

" 'c iftimc m mis couniry ana.
the assassination of its thief wera'
brought to Tunisia by (a Tunisian
who crossed the Egyptian frontier
J"ippe" wnn .papers ana: a; pas

port delivered by Egyptian author 4
ities,; he' told; the asaemblyftgji;

4"Thi Nmeans that the Egytlan v
niinister of interior is participating ;
in thA nlnt. Tt ia tVi.f.. la.i
that Egypt tided a pint aimed at
the assassination of the chief ol'
Tunisian people and at the over,'
turning of tha present regime-is
Tunisia." i 1

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'Black Christ'
Boatload Of
For the past few years service-
men assigned toJJ.S. Army Ca
ribbean and their dependents
have departed the Canal Zone
from camp Bierd dock on the
Atlantic side and traveled to the
small coastal town of Portobelo
for an annual pilgrimage.
Command Special Services Is
again providing transportation
to the world famed Panama
town and on Tuesday, 150 men
from the Panama area will
make the long sea .iourney to
portobelo and the "Festival 01
The Black Christ."
The legend of the Black
Christ goes back to the Span Spanish
ish Spanish colonial epoch and the
rampaging period of Henry
Morgan. For 300 years Porto Portobelo
belo Portobelo has interrupted its nor normal
mal normal routine each Oct. 21 not
to engage in a huge commer commercial
cial commercial fair (Portobelo was one of
the greatest commercial ports
of the Western Hemisphere
during the 17th century) but
tocelebrate the religious festi festi-Tl
Tl festi-Tl of the Black Christ."
People from all over the world
irlake the journey to the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful little town to take part in
the observance which had its
advent In 1658.
There are many legends deal dealing
ing dealing with the arrival of the mir miraculous
aculous miraculous wooden statue, which is
paraded through the winding
dirt streets of Portobelo during
the evening of the festival. One
historian relates that at a time
when a great epidemic of chol
era raged on the Isthmus, a

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strange box was seen floating on
the water near the beach.
A group of fishermen went out
for it in their cayucos and suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded In bringing it ashore.
They were astonished when they
found that the box contained an
image of "Cristo Crucificado."
The statue was taken to the
church and the legend states
that from that day the pesti pestilence
lence pestilence began to die down and
within a few days had complete completely
ly completely disappeared from Portobelo,
although it still raged In other
parts of the Isthmus.
This early delivery from the
epidemic was attributed by all
the faithful townpeople to the
presence of the image of "Je "Jesus
sus "Jesus Nazareno" and they im immediately
mediately immediately p r o c 1 aimed the
Black Christ patron saint of
the city.
There are many other legends
in regard to the discovery of the
Black Christ, the most notable
being that Catholics in Spain
dispatched the statue as a gift
for a church in Cartagena. The
boat on which the saint was
shipped put into Portobelo (as
most of them did in those days)
for fresh supplies and provisions.
Upon finishing his business in
the famous commercial port, the
captain put out to sea to con continue
tinue continue his journey. But before the
vessel got more than a few miles
away, a tremendous tropical
storm blew up unexpectedly and
forced the captain to return to
Portobelo.
Five times the boat tried to
sail and five times It was
1:00, 2:45, 4:40, 6:45, 9:00 p.m.
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V .. Story by TREVOR SIMONS
Pictures by BILL KIRKLAND
Despite a total of 95 yards in penalties, three of
which were 15 yard "unsportsmanlike" infractions group grouped
ed grouped closely together in the final part of the fourth quarter,
the Balboa Bulldogs held on long enough to notch a close
13 to 7 decision over C.Z. Junior College at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium last night and move out into the lead in their de defense
fense defense of the Interscholastic grid ttile.
Balboa's reserve strength could not have been mani manifested
fested manifested more convincingly than it was last night. Gary
Ness, one of the most outstanding backs on the Cand
Zone, was sidelined earlier this week with a broken arm.
Then with the unsportsmanlike penalties called on the
Bulldogs in the fourth quarter came the ejection of two
of their strong backs, quarterback Joe Reynolds and full fullback
back fullback Phil Cage.
Ness' younger brother, Dick, Buzzy Rathgeber and
Dick Scott more than filled the gap in aiding Balboa to
their first interscholastic win of the young 1958 season.

Coach Stu Brown's J.C. Devils
had their moment of glory for a
short while In the first quarter
and, if only for a while, seemed
as though they could topple the
favored Bulldogs.
With Ray Oakley sweeping the
ends and George Trimble dig digging
ging digging at the middle of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa line, the Green Devils moved
from their own 40 yard line to
the Balboa 23. Here the drive
seemed to slow up and J.C. was
on their fourth down with still
five yards to go for the first
down.
Don Alexander brought the
fans to their feet when he ap appeared
peared appeared to be hopelessly smear smeared
ed smeared behind the line of scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage by the rampaging Char Charlie
lie Charlie French and Dick Scott. But
out of the arms of the two
Bulldogs came Alexander, and
sweeping far to his right, rac-
thwarted by great storms which
appeared without warning just
as soon as the boat leu porto
belo harbor,
Finally the crew decided that
the saint must prefer to stay In
Portobelo and they threw the
box containing the image into
the clear waters of the bay. The
townsfolks were shocked at the
crew's lack of respect and re
trieved the statue.
To the present-day citizens
of Portobelo it ts unimportant
which of these legends Is true,
for they believe that they have
abundant proof of the miracu miraculous
lous miraculous powers of their saint even
in modern times.
The Image is the size of a full.
grown man and Is made of wood
of a dark brown color. The
church which houses the saint
has acquired numerous treasures
and iewels which are also a
great tourist attraction.
At p.m. Tuesday the tolling
of the church bells announces
the beginning of the religious
ceremonies inside the church
and at 8 o'clock the procession
starts.
The image of the Black Christ
is carried, on a platform through
the streets of Portobel on the
shoulders of 80 men. The pro
cession winds Its way to the mu
sic of violins and completes Its
lournev at midnight when the
saint is returned to its resting
place inside the church for an
other year.
When the saint Is laid to rest,
the townsfolk and visitors de
vote themselves to all sorts of
games and dances. The merri merriment
ment merriment lasts until dawn.
Then all types of vessels slip
out of the harbor past the ruins
of an old fortress, destroyed by
the pirate Morgan. On their de de-Darture
Darture de-Darture the thousands of tour tourists
ists tourists look back on the wonderful
coastal town that was discovered
and named bv Christopher Co
lumbus on Nov. 2. 1502 Porto Portobelo
belo Portobelo Beautiful Port. f
Presley Described
As Key WeaDon
By German Paper
BERLIN (UPD The official
East German Communist youth
newspaper said yesterday that El
vis Presley was a key weapon in
U.S. atomic war strategy.
The newspaper Young World
said Presley, now serving as jeep
driver with the U.S. Army in Ger
many, had no voice, was not an
artist and had a "limited intel
lect."
! What then, the Communist pub
i lication asked, was Presley's func func-'tion
'tion func-'tion In U.S. wo'ld strategy? It
came up with the following an
, swer:
' "Those persons plotting an
1 atomic war are makinp a fuss
about Pres'ey because they know
youths dumb enough to become
Presley fans are dumb enough to
fight in the war."

ed all the way to the Balboa
10.
Trimble and Oakley combined

to move up to the Balboa seven
from where Oakley swept around
his own left side and Into the
corner of the end zone for the
score Don Alexander completed
a pass to Bruce Spurlock to give
J.C. a 7-0 lead.
It took the Bulldogs only five
plays to erase the J.C. lead and
knot the count. Starting from
their own 48-yard line, Phil
Cage, on a reverse play, took the
hand-off from Reynolds and
raced all the way to J.C.'s 41.
On the fifth play after College
had taken their early lead, the
Bulldogs executed a perfect buck
lateral on a direct pass from
center to Cage who drove for the
line, handed off the Reynolds
who lateralled to French.
The fleet-footed Balboa half
back swung far to his right and,
getting good blocking, went vir virtually
tually virtually undisturbed all the way
to the end zone for the score.
Cage added the conversion, car carrying
rying carrying over the middle to tie the
game at 7 ail.
The tie was not long In being
broken either. After taking the
kick-off J.C. ran up a pair of
quick; downs to the Balboa 47.
Tafl Says Farmers
Being Regimented
By "Left Wingers"
PHOENIX, Ariz., Oct. 18 (UPD
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
Taft Benson charged today some
"left-wing elements would cur cur-tall
tall cur-tall freedom and r e g i ment
American farmers and ranchers.
"Many of them are self-styled
agricultural experts," Benson
said. "They want to regiment ev everything,
erything, everything, curtail production oh
the basis of obsolete formulas,
and generally run this country
in a way that would be ex
tremely damaging to Arizona
and the entire nation."
Benson's remarks were con
tained In a speech prepared for
delivery at a breakfast meeting
sponsored by the Arizona Farm
Bureau Federation and the Ma
ricopa County Farm Bureau. In
1 I A l 1 1
meatting uie speecn, ine Agrir
culture Department billed It as
non-political.
Benson delivered his "left-
wing" charge after asserting
that Arizona farmers, have made
"tremendous agricultural prog progress"
ress" progress" In recent years. He said
this was done under a free en enterprise
terprise enterprise system. He said "free "freedom"
dom" "freedom" is the reason why farmers
in the entire country are such
successful producers.
Benson said his basic and con continual
tinual continual concern as secretary Is
"to further Improve farm Income
soundly not with short term
political panaceas which are
unfeasible, and which disregard
sound economics."
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrog'raphlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa
TEMPERATURE:
High 88
Low 74
Crist6bal
86
78
HUMIDITY t
High
99
71
f8
68
NW-11
Low
WIND:
(max, mph)
RAIN (Inches)
S-lft
.12
WATER TEMP!
(Inner harbors) 83
BALBOA TIDES
81
SUNDAY, OCT. 19

High
8:27 a.m.
9:08 p.nu

Low
2:20 a.m.
1:52 p.m.

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BALBOA'S Dave Adams (84), with Tim' Days (37), Donald Kell
Bill Gibson and hauls him down.

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DICK NESS (39) coming a a-round
round a-round his own right end, is
tackled from the top down by
an unidentified JC man.
But here Bill Gibson fumbled
and Balboa's Jon Snodgrass re recovered
covered recovered on the Devil's 47. Dick
Ness; taking a hand-off from
Reynolds swept around the right
side to the College 38. Another
buck lateral, this time with Cage
skirting the left side of his line,
put the Balboa back into scoring
14 Amateur Radio
Exams Available
In Canal Zone
Canal Zone amateur radio exam examinations
inations examinations and Federal Communi Communications
cations Communications Commission conditional ex examinations
aminations examinations will be conducted 'it
the Army Education Center, Build Building
ing Building 214, Fort Clayton, at 6:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, Oct. 28. Arrangements
were made by the Caribbean Com Command
mand Command J-5 in conjunction with tho
U.S. Army Caribbean education
director, and through the cooper cooperation
ation cooperation of the FCC.
Only 14 examinations are avail available.
able. available. Military applicants should have
certificates from their command commanding
ing commanding officers stating that they are
unable to appear at an FCC exa examining
mining examining point because of duty out outside
side outside the continental U.S. The per permanent
manent permanent stateside residence of ci civilian
vilian civilian applicants must be more
than 75 miles from an FCC exam examining
ining examining point, to permit them to re receive
ceive receive ihe FCC conditional exami examination.
nation. examination. All interested individuals mili
tary and civlian should nrocess
applications for station licenses
through normal channels to Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Command J-5 before tak taking
ing taking the Canal Zone amateur exam examination.
ination. examination. Individuals should apnly to Rich Richard
ard Richard Clark. USARCARIB education
director at Fort Amado- 3116 In
arrange for examinations at Fort
Clayton.

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territory, but the play was called
back on a clipping penalty a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Bulldogs.
But that only prolonged the
inevitable. French, on a hand hand-off
off hand-off from Reynolds, went off
his left tackle and through a
big hole In the right side of
the J.C. line, all the way for
the score.
Scott failed to get around
his left side for the extra
point, but the 13 points was all
Balboa needed, to ice the de decision.
cision. decision. That was all the scoring for
the night, but by far not all the
excitement.
Balboa displayed some feats of
daring in the late minutes of the
third period, partly due to their
confidence In their reserve
strength to hold J.C. away from
another score, and also due to
a shortage of kickers with Gary
Ness out and French still not
completely, recovered from a
snrained ankle.
Fourth down and eight yards
to go on their own 16, the Buii Buii-does
does Buii-does lined ud in punt formation
hut Instead of kicking. Cage took
off on a.wlde sweep around J.c. s
left' and was not halted until ne
had reache'd to mid-field stripe
Junior College fans had
something to holler about too
Couple Matched
By UNIVAC Will
Marry Tomorrow
HOLLYWOOD (UPD A man
and woman who were matched by
an electronic computer analyzer
will bp married tomorrow m tne
First Presbyterian Church rere.
The couple, brought together 11
months ago on the "People are
Fimnv" TV show, are Shirley
Saunders, 36, of North Hollywood,
and Robert Kardell, 26, oi van
Nhvs. Calif. The program s mas
ter of ceremonies Art Linkletter
will be best man.
Neither has been married be
fore.
The match is the first arranged
through the electronic gadget
UNIVAC which has resulted in
marriage. The machine digests
data about Dersons and then
matches those of similar back-
erounds.
The couDle will appear on the
show Saturday night and then
leave for a honeymoon in Hawaii.
Bright Students
To Be Awarded
Varsity Letters
ASBURY PARK, N.J. (UPI) -Bright
students at Asbury Park
High School will be awarded vars
ity letters like the ones given foot
ball heroes.
School Supt. Harry S. Hill said
the awards will mark ''a return
to scholarshiD for which schools
were established."
The scholarship letters, will be
slightly different from the athletic
awards. Athletes will wear a
black A with a blue border. "Vars "Varsity
ity "Varsity students" will wear a black A
with a white border, featuring a
gold lamp of knowledge in the
center. ,

Include songs such as:
"Manuto," "Levantate Muchacho,'1

"Panama Vlejo," Chupando
"Caramelo," "Tabofa,"
"Fello," and many-others.
Get one before they ar
sold out.

er (75), and Charles.Rente (82)
BILL GIBSON, Junior College
quarterback, looms up with
no Balboa High tacklers in
sight. However, out of camera
range BHS lurked, and Gibson,
was stopped.
when the Devils droye to the
Balboa 10-yard line, first and
ten, only to lose the ball when
Phillips fumbled.
Once more In a punt situation,
Chilre Girls Give
Musical Program
El Hogar Maria A.uxiliadora In
Chitre was the scene of festivity re recently,
cently, recently, with the Herrera Gov. En Enrique
rique Enrique Perez thc president of the
Lions' Club, Meliton Rodriguez;
wives of three Point Four offi officials,
cials, officials, and citizens of Chitre in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. The 61 girls of the school pre presented
sented presented a musical program, after
which refreshments were served.
Perez and Rodriguez drew num numbers
bers numbers in a lottery. A jeweled neck necklace
lace necklace was awarded to one of the
older girls, and a large doll to a
younger girl.
Wives of Point Four technicians
and women techniciatts of Point
Four gave a CbristmaVparty for
the school last year. The Lyons'
Club of Chitre has also been help helpful
ful helpful to the school in the. past,
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Others attending the program at
the school were: Mrs. Ralph Will,
whse husband is the director of
Point 4, and Mrs. Louis A. Gattoni,
wife of "a Point 4 technifcian; Mr.
and Mrs. John' Lloyd, and Mr, and
Mrs. John Reams of Chi t r e.
Kearns is with Point 4--

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moving In to helr. taies 3 Cm
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early in th fourth quarter, th
Bulldogs chose toiun. This tim
they failed to make the first
down and College took over on
the Balboa 18-yard line.
A stubborn Balboa defense a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a tired College eleven,
actually moved the Devils back
to the 25 front where they
punted on fourth down.
JjC. tried desperately to re recover
cover recover and, aided by 45 yards of
penalties in the final two min minutes
utes minutes of the game, moved to th
Balboa 24 yard line. But tha
Bulldog reserve strength was
just a little too much for tha
exhausted Devils and Balboa
held out long enough for the 13
to 7 win,
French, playing his first full
game of the season, had a total
yardage gained from scrimmage
of 104 which included ojne 41
yard run and another 28 yardi
to the tw Balboa touchdowns.
Cage amassed a total of 77 yardf
io oring nis two-game tota
yards gained to 150.
VesI Indies Premie
Sir Grantfey Adams
On Canadian Visif
OTTAWA, Oct.; 18 (UPI) -Wes
Indies Prime Minister Sir Granl
ley Adams arrived today for i
two-day visit to the capital.
Adams and his wife were me
at Union Station by Prime Miniistei
John Diefenbaker. External Af
fairs Minister Sidney Smith, Se
cretary to the Governor Genera
Lionel Massey and a group o
Commonwealth high commission
ers.
The visiting Pirlme Minister In
spected an Army guard of hono:
before departing for Governmen
House, the residence of host Gov
ernor General Vincent Massey.
The West Indies Prime Minist
arrived on the heels of a visit bj
the Federation's Governor-Gener
al, Lord Hailes. He and lady A
dams will visit Arrid. Que.. Mon
treal and Toronto aftar their tw
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